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Strand ?V. ftft^orlwuihj Eribstttfc FOUNT) TD BY IiORA.CS GREELEY. SUNDAY. JANUARY 31, 1886. TWELVE PAGES. THE NEWS Tins MORS ' I Fokf.k.n.? The Queen's private seen tary called ?non Mr. Gladsone, reno betwe ti I i nee e.ud Madagascar.: : Reported intention of Hie King of Graced to abdicate. ? >.x li on In England, killing bt? persona Mutiny on tli** Amelie un ship Frank N. thayer. Dombsi ic?Reason why the eiram ol Iht United Btatesagainst Chili bas nol been paid. Un Telephone Beandal. Trial .?f the Wilkinsons nt Syracuse. - ll yoi < arter Harrison's enter? prise. ; Report of Special Master Dalia* on tbe JerseyOantral lease. -Ai orney-Ueneral Gat-1 land trying to rei.uso B cl fault, r. cratie senators supporting* il"' President. Ohio BenBta Committee chosen t.. Investigate the election frauds, Escape ol six boya (rum the training aqnadron at Newport, Cin ami m ni kbar.?1 be steamships Berrie mid Kootdhtad in ci halon, : Schaefer aron ia.' 'Hi? llard mat ch. = A woman murdered in Mulberry ?i, ? : Mon bayglan in Tarrytown. -?- = James D. Fish bronghi hera aa a witness. ?: Newark lilli, ntls quanalling.: = I'tiimi Ferry franchias Bold. =s Bennion of Yassar alumiue. Quid valneol thc legal-tendersilTerdollart4121i Brains), T7..i('p cuts Stocks rule-1 litiii with I ''ii :1 . - tiiHiioiis: active- anil stioiiu at tin- cud. Tux Wkathkb.?TaiBcai ohaerrationa indicate cloudy, follow. .1 by clearing, eoldei weather. Temperatnre reaterday: Highnai. ;!-. ; io?.it. 'JO ; aTerage, 3:p4:. The Tarrytown bnrgiara are itt it .-if-'iiiu ; but lins tune with los than their ii-ti.il succetM. The hotiaeholden who wen- attacked Friday night hiavoly Bred <?tl a putol and thc honse brcukiMH lied. Thiaprovea that it ia possible to frighten tuc t hie rei and thc residents ought to take courage. It is nor too late yet to estab lisli an ellicieiit police force, nor io aelecl con* gtablea and other officials who, after they gel VaiTiints out for the arrest of persona nhoitt vhorce fruilt nobody lias arneb doubt, will aol *' gue8.s we'd better mit arrest them." The Legislature is now a month oM. and a tata criticism of its performances is thal so far little work has been clone. A number of bills of local iutercst have been introduced, and aev iTiil have been passed ; but not one of thc gnat measures of public concern which it has been confidently expect jd thig Legislature would consider has been brough! forward. Delay and dawdling are not lo the credit of legislators tinier Republican or Democratic; and il the gjMtlasaea at Albany want to please their eon* Btituents they will set to work to get Something doue. when they meet to-morrow night. There in reason to bebieve thal revolution Will speedily break out again iii Panama, ami that reason is the fat t; ai when thc; Colom? bians put down thc Ual trouble they did not bang Aizpuru, one of the rebellion's leaders. Clemency is a beautiful thing, but the wisdom of exercising it depends upon the character of the beneficial jes. If they are men of honor and intelligence it may pav tobi- merci lui ; but when th. y are Worthless fellows like tba mass of revolutionist* In Cen? tral America and on the Isthmus, to -pare their lives is to sow the seed of futuie trouble. Bul in any event American interests on the Isthmus wv ill not sutler this time aa they did before, Our Atlantic licet (what then- bj of it, is down that wav, and can speedily reach the scene of the trouble. Wt should not bo sui prised to learn to-day that the directors of the Union Ferry Company aro very sick, owing to the painful shock which they experienced yesterday when an "outside party" had thu assurance to bul at public auction for the lease of tbe city's fran? chise now held by this corporation. Moren vi ir, the bid was for 12^ per cent of the gloss receipts?a price which the company in a hol? low tone of voice htwl declared WSW extortionate aud quite beyond their means. .Still, wve notice that they did not deem lt aries to Kt tbe property pass out of their hands, log they promptly bid 13*4 ??cent ami tims obtained the lease. Tho city, which is thus I4 of 1 percent ahead, owes a larger or smaller debt of gratitude to the "outside party," who bj doubtless a man that knows a good bargain wvhen he sees one and was not misled by thc feigned wailings of the Union Ferry people over decreased profits. M. Zola ought to make a note of thc murder in the "House ot Blazes"?a huge tenement house at No. 140 Mulberry-it. In this terrible place yesterday morning, a disreputable woman, no longer young, was shot by ber lover, >ho was jealous of tbe attentions Offered to her by other mcu. He waa a kt e]ier in thc- Workhouse on Blackwell's Island and became acquainted with thia woman when slit: was sot there (<> serve a term of imprisonment for disorderly conduct. So Completely taken was lie. although married and the lather of four children, that he helped her to escape by rowing her to the city in the smallpox boat, ile- knew the woman's char? acter well, but loved ber enough to Kill her out of jealousy. Altogether the glimpse that ia afforded here of lowlife in New-York is not much higher than the lowes! phases ol'exist? ence In Paris, There i ? large deficit In the Spanish budget. It would bc strange, Indeed, if there were not. I >. ii its are the rule in Spain. Senor Camacho, the Miittst r of finance, propose* reforms i be is sine will establish lina-!.-uti i!ibriutn. Thal ls what be said ;> ye li? er so ago; l ut thc trouble waa he cou cl not gel his ri t? rms established. The) \ -.ni against the official grain. For instance, he wi cly proposed to eui down expenses. Thal sent a thrill of horror through all the official .dat es in the Kingdom, and SeiiorCamacho went oat of the ministry takiug his reforms with him. Vet li.- is the only Spaniard who has any financial idem worth considering,and it he had his way, perhaps, he could do si i hin i for his unhappy country. And it mus) be ad? mitted that in tho present condition of affairs he bas a tatterchance than ever before. Spain's condition financially ia bo bad jual now .hat c vin the courtiers begin to think something iniist be done. MR. GLADSTONE'S TASK. The Queen never fillers in her constitutional duty. .Much ss she dislikes Mr. Gladstone and distrusts his policy, she recognizes in him the p itutiunul agentof the majority which baa overthrown the Conservative Government. Site may not lie convinced that it is out ol the question either for Lord Hartington to he ul a combination Ministry or for Lord Salisbury to retain office under pledges .>i support from the Moderate Liberals. Bul ii must be apparent to In r?ami abe bas singularly lucid intelligence, in political clines?thal no other statesman can e,eui..ct tl," Government mit il Mr. Gladstone has made the at temi t nnd Failed. 'I be Liberal leader has accordingly lu en summoned lo Osborne. Tbe difficulties with which bis path is beset nre very many and very great. So Prime Minister of the century has nnderl iken to lorin o stable governn.ent under less prom? ising conditions, li is not only a political crisis, in which parties are rent with intestine feuds and hopelessly divided <m ] nblic nuea tiiin^; bul it is also a crisis in the relations ol England and Inland. The chances of failure largely outnumber tbe chances of success. With an experience ranging over half n century of public life, Mr. Gladstone will be inclined to overrate rather tuan uuderrate the enormous difficulty ol his present task. Hut bis ctreei ami his cbaracti r leave no room lol reasonable doubt that be will make a resolute nnd high minded effort to bring order out ol Ibe date of chaos to which English politics are now ro Cllll I'll. In the judgment of our n jnlar Lindon . or rcs]Mindenl the long t bri ntcnod breach betti t m thc Whigs and the lindicals is now au open rupture. Lord Hartington, who bas been Slr. Gladstones mosi powerful allj since ls7 1, apparent!) can do longer be depended upon to aerve under hil leadership. Sir Henry Janies, Lord sis.onie, and otinr prominent Whigs will prob 1.1> be equally reluctant to return to office. Wh l? the mimi er ol' Moderate Liberals, who voted with the Government in the critical division was small, there waa a largo body of neutrals who abstained altogether. Mr. Glad? stone's Cabinet, if be succeed- ha forming one, will be menaced with a Whig "eave." Hon formidable this new group of Adnllnmites, tip use the word which Mr. Hii^ht grafted on par? liamentary cl ct mn, may prove, it is not safe to conjecture. Hut it i~ ? matter af certainty thal there will be Whig d<-eilcis, ,'tlid .-inc.- the Liberala evin with a full list of teats donut have a clear majority, it is plain that tin mu Government will be largely dependent noon Irish support. i bia, of course, i- the central fact in tbe pres? ent situation. N<> Prime Minister can govern the country against the will of Mr. Parnell, and consequently no Ministry can hope to remain in office without making taree concessions to the Iii.sh party. There are valid reasons for believ? ing thal Mr. Chamberlain and tbe Advanced Liberals are prepared to do this. The auppori which Mr. Gladstone has unoxpeeb dly given to the agrarian propoaala ol the Badicala will make it easier for them to follow his guidance in Irish mattera, even if he drags them to the edge of what many of them look upon as a precipice? Home Knle for the island. Unquestionably tin new Mroiatry will be recruited from the pio greeaivi elements of the parly, and will be more homogeneous than the hist ope, albeit less capable and experienced, ll will be a Cabinet in Hodge'a interest, brought Into existence- by a vote in favoi of the agricultural classes ami committed to large mea utrea of an agrarian nature, to which the Wing landholders are bitterly opposed. But it will also be a Cabinet prepared to take np thc Iriah question and lo settle it in the Irish way. Action respecting Home Kule may not be Immediate. Indeed it ivill be Mr. Parnells true policy to conciliate public opinion in England by sc lt restraint and moderation In speech, and to allow Mr. Glad? stone time to approach the question with dellb eiation. Hut the new Libel al Cabinet must eventually como to it, oi else go down at Mr. Pamella bidding. HIE Hi:Ultu: EXTRUSION. Governor Hill should promptly sign fin Bridge extension bill, and then- ought to be no unreasonable delay in providing the relic! tor the Bridge pasaengera which has long been sought. .Soon after the liri tige railway was opened it became, evident that the projectors ol' the structure had greatly underestimated the number of people they would he compelled to pro\ ile accommodations for. The station at this end especially was found inaeicjuate. Traine only two cars in length could be switched. The necessity for mores room waa apparent, but the eflorts to extend the station met with serious opposition and it was ton nd necessary to appeal to the Legislature. The bili paaacd last year, however, was not perfect in some points and embraced other matters than this; ao Governor Hill, for reasons probably not unknown in Brooklyn, lound excuse for vetoing Itt although thc Bridge tares had been reduced and the railway wjus being worked to its full extent. There was no decided opposition to the extension except on the part ot Mr. title n dorl'cr, and it was absurd for one man to f tami in the way of the millions who usc the Bridge yearly. Tin- extension, it is probable, will bo speed? ily built. About 70,000 pa-M'iig.Ts are now Carried daily in tho Bridge eera I with tin-in? creased facilities double that number can bc transported. Te dfl this, however, trains twice; as long as those mn at present must be run at intervals of one and a half minutes. This is thc limit of safety, ami wo may assume that 140,000 passengers daily is the limit of the Bridge's carrying capacity with the present hy ?tem. lt cannot be many years, though, be fore mon! tlinn that number will leek to cross the Bridge every twenty-four hours. What thou ? Will a new extension, In order te awiteh longer trains, bc necessary i Cir will it be time then to build a new bl idge T The extension will bc a blessing 10 every one who crosses tlte- East Liver in the crowded morning and evening hours. But more than this is needed te make Bridge travel comfort? able and sale. The present gnp must be abandoned, modified or supplemented in order to make lecidenta like those ol' a lew weeks ago impossible. Thia bi a pressing Dei .1. Then freer exits and entrances timi moro ample sta? tion platforms should be provided. Theatyle ofcaraahould be changed so thal theyi emptied and lilied rapidly. Th.- usefulness of the structure ia bound te increase and will be limited only by its nltimate capacity. The Bridge cnn never poy for itself tbal ls, for ita co ' but it i- not unreasonable toexpeel thal ii will bc self- m If it earns the inter? est upon it- cost, besides paying the running ex? penses, tbe people of Sow-York and Brooklyn will have i i [dain of Ibi it in ment. ___^__?__?_? INTERNATtOS '/. COPl'RWITT. Tho condition cd' the Inti rnational < >pyrl| hi movemcnl isnol full of promise. The League appean to Be divided, ono part} demanding a simple enactment h ised upon considerations of st rici in-* ice. and Ihe other, in despair cd t hat. oil. ling to lake somotliing lesa. The measure recommended bj the League has been Intrusted to a Senator who sins that be no lon fer belie vea in it. and certainly the prospects of a bill dis? couraged by its verj introducer cannot ta i brilliant. Vt ade - hive sent their representatives to Ibo Capitol to try to distort te the prolitol a few a reform on fool for the honor and advantage of thc whole country. A medieval gentleman baa been arguing before the Senate I'ommitt. c that any c i] ? i ight ever is wrong. A Kocky Mon man pooh-poohs al tin- argument of justice, nnd thinks that the poi ni is whether the great American people can iii: kc nnything out of th. recognition of authors'right . Ali!: ugh the discussion an idea seems to run that the con? trolling consideration niusi be thia: ls it cheapi r to Im; books ihsn t i ste 'I them I all of the .I . fl thia drift of ii..' controversy j not many of them nek no wi it ; bul ino>: of them ire more or le ? hil m t i by the fear that the ; ?? L'nitcd H are not will out hoi i or to tl ;.i.', m.I.- i they cnn see moue i I --ion. This is a di lusiun. Thc < < ? ? i u i -ssinen wbo are afraid t.> oflciid tin i- coi <l I out* h} ? lpn irt lug internation :! copi t i :ht have grosi !-. n ? st itu ited I ' I ho < I the people. American ivan! cheap books, but want e.. i 0 ? \ cannot !t ive honorutdf. The} aic to h' CI.Hl."- il i ' h"se read ; ami i , eu il il w ? rc eel tain tlt.it tile small ; ci if ihe wt Uer would come dirce it ul ti;.- reta;! buyei. ? ? .ni I mi ! in amount. Inti i has h en di t. ,,!? .1 - i tn, ol ihe people, but In tbe i ow .i die e of tl , lu are ntl id to trust the p >| iel ?>! justice, I bc polii :? t m m ho take - it inted thai Ihe people ai li ami hi_-ii-mi ,if .1 ;\ il. ? dnin liing remarks committee on Fridaj ought to cb ir the air. Ile made an cltectual miss er to ing the clamor ti-. ip books." I il ? would pr ibab!} liol I'tt' .? ul books al all. The ant liors ten \h - or less is too am di an item in the cost t ie felt by tue re.ail purchaser, rho price ol books is regulated b} the den inda of the market. In Lugl nni tho conditions : vor small editlo high jii i.-.-.s; in the United Stat ?? re ? Is11r ?- - large editions at low prices; and a t ever th.- trade requii ea it will get. Till, IAsl. VF I ll.'. 81 " INC-IU ?// V. Commissioner I'ecV rays there arc in Now Voil, two hundred thousand women a ho make their In ing b) se a;;.,: and the n shorn exist under conditions ol tbe most crash ? i vu ade and ine ? tani toil. The se pool creatures are I ie helpl m tbrallaol so-called "sweaters w; men abo take contracts te furnish large quantities ot garments to the whole and t.iail houses, and grind their workwomen down to the lowest pittance that will support life. The tt sweaters " h.iv.-no bowels, aud the .-.apply ol sew ing* women is to constant nnd huge that resistance to tbe starvation - ottered is, in the abs' ooo ??f organization, ont <?t the question. Referring to tin-stare ol' things ba a recent article Tun Taint ne observed iual it was tull of difficulty. It i , but foi all tbal it ought not to be abm.1.mid aa incurable. Attempts to improve tin ituation bj appealing to the feelingaof the employers have alwaya failed, ami must fail. In mattera ol business economy will always cany the t!a\ ngamal generosity, aimply because In commerce the survival of the fittest in neitbei more nor leas than thoauccessoi the most thrifty in the long run. Ettorti by charitable organisations have often been made. When tender hearted people read about the- hardships of the- workingwomen their first impulse la to relieve thc immediate Buffer? ing by playing the part of a little Providence. Such impulses nie no doubt to be respected, but they an- not practical, and il followed more oil. ti end in demoralising th.- objects than in helping tlu-in to b.-itii things. Temporary palliatives are little less than useless. What U required ia t?> increase tbe value of the labor ol the sewing-women. There aro but two general modes of doing this. One is by diminishing the supply, and that method cannot be em ployed In the present ease. The other is by cuating a cont nil,n g force on behalf of tbe workersbj organisation. Hitherto thal has not been dom-, bm perhaps the difficulties have been overestimated. At all events organization .?..ems te oiler the only avenue of escape, and I the workingwe.-u have any real friend* it is thia method ihe) will have tecourse to. lt might be thought that the mah- workers would have been first te go to the relief ol their help? less sisters. Some talk there baa b.en oi assist? ance from workingmen^ organisations, bul nothing has been accomplished. The two hundred thousand .'.ewing-women toil on with? out hope and without rest, and the bttSj world though charitably disposed, uteara them bj because it la too busy. Tbe most aeriona hindrance te organisation oeneista bo the fact thal these women aro per int nally running a race with starvation. Thej cannot have their work for anything, I,.-, alxtoea hours a day nf it onlj rafflcee te procure the most meagre subsistence, li, therefore, they are to he organi/ad ail the work must be done for them by such as have leisure, or can make it without endangering their own lives or the-lives of then children. Herc is a dctinite work which offers itself to those who aeek to help their fellows. The end sought is a poe? tical one, and with organization iu attainment is virtually certain, ll workingwomen unc? over reinforced by ku aeaoeiation like the Knight* ol' Labor we ahould soon CCCSC lo hear pitiful stories almut prageeol tiltv nuts a dav for sixteen hourn' labor, mid the occupation of tho Ma<Aeators ?' -vould bo goue. Failing orgnniz itiou however, Wt are compelled to cx press the opinion that the situation of these poor sewing-wnineti is unlikely to ta improved. bismarck Ind tue voles. It la well enough known that Bismarck ha? little liking lor constitutional ami representa? tive government, but even bia marked prefer? ence for an absolutist, system was never sci frankly exhibited as in his remarkable speech before the Prussian Landtag on the expolalon of the Poles fruin East PrUSSIs. What he puts forwatd as tho explanation of that high-handed measure will not indeed bear to be regard, d from a liberal point of view. The Poles, eaya the Chancellor, have not been loyal to the Em piie. Ceitainly there ia no reason why they should be. The Empire .simply stands for the brute force which in defiance of everj piinciple ..I' justice ami equity elim embered theil conn try, parcelled them ..ut like cattle among greedy robber-kings, and ever since has been doing ita I to destiny tb ir nationality, even so far in more than one instance as to forbid , them te speak tin ir own language, lt is not , much mo:.- than a century since this great crime ; waa committed, and the Poles are a people tenacious of life and with the Instinctive passion foi libcrt] strong in their blood. That as German subjects they should prefer the ic ? ol thi 1. b raia te tho feudal absolutism ol Prince Bl*rn irek is natural, But this choice, nccoruiug te the Chancellor, bi the excu e foi ti. ding them only lesa Inhumanly than Liouia ie Fourteenth treated the inhabitants at the Palatinate. lt seems scnrcelj ere.iib!., that the Mini of the German Empire should entertain bo cynical a contempt for iii ? whole modern demo? cratic movement as to enforce, with eh ii.mt hardihood, ii lineof action which according to his own showing is a reversion te mediaeval methods, ami is moreover in violation of the imperial constitution. Bul Bismarck has "ot been content with avowing a policy audi tts would bute comported with tho insane savagery .pf Frederic William thc First of Prussia; he baa procee ded to threaten tho iteichstag with what rn,iv easily bo construed to dj an either a r.nlicil dept ivation of functions or a dissolution. (J courao his pretence of uni.pie patriotism ia 1.1 t.l;, a co ve i bu 11 ? ion ol' Rel ? -ii opposed to all constitutional doctrines tbal : he ? msent ol thc le . nnol be obtained for them. He has expelled tho Boles to reduce te- Lib tal iimjoi t.. ami ho declares thal h.- is piepared tu gu much furtbei ??in tho defenco j el bise mn!i\ "; tb il in fuel he will not hesil ito ;, . date or break up iii Beit itself, ii nu othei wa} remains b} which t.> btain his ? ill. Tbe Chancellor certainly has the couran i his npinions, and not less certainly their main coin these days requirea courage. Noth '?p| - bim either in carrying out his meas? ures, lt is not enough that the I'.des should b ? expelled. The poi ibilif) ol Iht lr return ? lu- guard. I .? ina) b} t> rbi Idin s ti to marry women ol tbe doomed nationality. Prince Bismarck ma} have h id .1 double motive in tu? pi!, tim.1 ..? the Liberal j ?rity. Ho m.i ed to . . ? England how / would : ,| icsti p:i ti 11 c uno in his ? ? at Pai uelllsr.i would ne ?1 tho L ichsl I.-. . ron if it ii j tu <l siro} the institution to olin I tr. That is the absolutist way ol g ll.rs. It 1 admitted thal it bas in this stage of tue world's progress un ante d luvian tl .\or. \\ :*!i con ide r ? ant tiro that na ti munopol it il phone ne-. Buring tba Last four months all t ut farts ol this acandsl have appeared in 1.11: I lum m nuil li iv-.- 1.t, 1. p.Mt.'.'.lv its. m." d. lt is some wi I h.-tn iinii tie- matter treated by "?;t'ii,| ..r 11 -. 1- 1 fresh " flatt' ami worked up w .t'.i 1 har ? ' ? ry aa a tioi ? : ' "! '.1 tn- good-natured and i.. overlook all it - large pretensions to original du covery. Its coarse In denouncing tbs nen ..!' :; s ,,-..., part] li tabla that :i fear vsgiiru of i I "?! Bte ol imall ari aunt. Bi to enlist its powerful sid in tn thees ? ? ? BU l.lN V. o ai" :...t utying th.ii Governor Ci ttenden, ol Miss.,itt;, l. .1 lit tu.in foi public ofttce, lull lt B Bimi- ' Lu sta-i lard ot \px n We re applied t<p all the j office-holders In Washington, it would leave thc Democratic piny verj weak. ? ? "? Sam " I M 1 ? B !? di) good man. H. ht even at tbe thought of doing anything naughty, winn tho <? Pan-Electric tempten were siviv sticking their great Mocka ol stock undei 'h. nnaesol CoiiaresBincn the. hal the hardihood to approaeh " miiisiii. " Did be weakly yield in that moment of trial 1 11 i? 1 he smother hii moral in stiucts sud pocket the stock t Nm h.-. Hoaimpl) pat In-, nose down and amelled the halt. Then h< folded up tbe anare* and aenl them back v\uii .1 Bcorafnl lettertothe wicked persona who clued tims ti attempt lo rob hanoi bis virtue. Ihe K imf ul letter w is as follows : tn. wt Mu. k.i.,1.ii-; Preaumtag na what you have Bt? ; Bruten me and not navim r cot veil ymir poem :n.,I 1,.ii lei ii rstandlng tte na;un- ..f tba shares srUlett rmi srn.i mr, 1 um bothered and aaa .miy i.iivo tba in 111'!? ni bj MiidiDB \..111>,ok t;.r shares, which 1 < m-iose brrslu Idou'l uippoae tbej sre a.1 for anytbliiK or rou wool I 11.a i,.i seadlug tu ni ur.mu,I no ilinoitly. V mi s nv H li rr--,..-.!. Bi .s. c',.\. The s, nm tim rebuke a blob tires every line "f this epistle WSS Well-deserved, ll will teach t hex' had who tempt Congressmen a needed leaaou. lue next one who tries hts siuuons game on " Nain'' Coi will 1.1 i.e. bolter than to send bim shares thal 1 aot gu 1'"i anythiug. The price of hts virtue ia not a lot "f a .1 ite paper. The Philadelphia MW* explains to a correspond eat that a mascot ts "a hearth angel, s child that bringa good luck." ll Hu Hale* happens to know of a mascot thal ls out of employment 11 ought to ? bat bois headed for Washington without de? lay. President Cleveland's Cabinet is in urgent ueed ol ti tua cit. ? ? - lt maj be ne e lary for us riolenth to attack that innumerable and growing multitodeol states? men who an: callina th" lion. ? >aui" Randall a hog. There should be no mistake shout tba popular t- mper es to the telephone scandal. There i 1 not in tba le .st a desire oa tba part ol anybody to 1 roted the Bell pt.teni Bight <.r wrong, these ie nosym path) with the Bell Company, lt la believed to be au unreason.iiili- .ml grasping monopoly. Its Ber? rica In tbs city is . i-i tandy hap| w.us.. probably, than in uny other city ot iho Union sad tbs ehargea ure extortionate. The Ball people any Hutt not th ev hut the local OOUpany sh.mid he held isapoiialbU. bat the* public do not draw eaeb Baa distni. tunis, 'rim Bell Cosaaaay ia sdioae, ami probably desarves ts be, Ali the mum, that dosi not warrant tbseoRapl speculation in Paa-Klectrie fork into whish the tiovcrnm. nt has liccu m v.iul.ci. Neither have these Bsaernpaloasofflcera ot tue <loviiiiiiicnt baan eagageelln anysSorl te benefit tho 1.plo by a aheap telephone service. What they want to do tn Btmsly to gat tho chain 0 tho Bell telephone hus had, and Basks us mush rooney ont af tbe deer people for the Psn-EIectrte atoekhoblersaa bas already hoon msda tor the Hell stockholders, -? That excellent chanty, tho Acion' Poad, is tu have a iii-m-iit on 1 hurs.i.iy afternoon of thia week w Inch might to a.ld a large sam to itu T1.111 ury. The pt rf..nuance w ill eena! ?) ,.1 g iri|ii.> nuit iti.-eut Wulluck's. tho Mailis-.ii Square, ami at Daly's, to lie given bj the eeaapaaiaa of theaa three thou? in-., wbleh will ia tara appeal aa essa atags- on oas at 'i o'clock, at ti mi another, sax!al -1 ea a third. Three audiences, therefore, will enjoy ths same enicitatiiui.-nt. Reserved seats will bo sold at each house, but ndmis-jnn tickets bought at one box-otiice may housed at any one of the three thea? tres. Here is au excellent opportunity for tho pleasure-loving public to obtain much amusement ind help ou a most worthy chanty at tho same time. _ Clootn Will he cast over young men about town She cuni a living by tho BWSSl of their wits as they read tho bill which Asaeaablymsa Crail has list introduced in the Legislature. Tho bill pro? poses to amend tbs Penal < 'ode so as to make an at cinpt te defraud a buardin^hous'- keeper a inhs b unea nor When the Preaideat anspenda (.tulumi ami Lamar, it will lint bo necessary tor tho Senate to t-k for tho papers in the ca e. Mr. James '.. Blaine baa ewell popolarltv. No man enid bare brought a larger amount ot ability sndez x-riencn to the i'ruldauoy of tha [Jutted Btatea.- [New Muk World. Ani he is josi aa popular, Jnal as able, ."tel just as 'zperienced ai beever was, while in the matter of ilnck ami cheerful content with hui lor tn life, be s withonl ? peer. When things go wrong, hit ge and spirit rise to meet tho occ talon. When In-y go rig it, he stun bera hie elation in philosophy, le ia really a wonderful man, and occupies a bi:: in t tc admiration and re .-::r.l of millie na of a.. fellow-cit ixe us. lt iii good thing for honest asea an I a I u.i thing i s, but ai tura us s t iriso, tra nd will out, -?, rberesolul lon a; I '. is pending in t!ia Assembly uithori/ing tho Uovernor to appoint "sn Arbor 'av." that is, a day for general tree planting hool New-York, ought to pa s. Buch adey ian ligured io the calendar ol i the States or a number ol ye ir- an 1 lias Issen atteuded with [ood results. It - i tresa for the bigbwsya v iii.ii might otherwise never be nlanted; it leads to i .-'-in ral ditl'usion ol knowledge n regard to trees; t helps t > nourish a pnblie sentiment wbieh shall ?onie li. ts .'a the woodman and bi d he ii teni '-ti folllug a tree whit h ought to stand, and it - opie au additl mal holiday. I he resolution March ?_'" as Arbor Day. The date is toe ?ail,. Give tbe frost a chance tp? g t well out ol he 410,eel. April _' i would be better. -? rd in a to / -?? :,i- Pkagnne Slr. Hill s mentioned with more ri peel than any Governor ? I > 1 ? -v fork huco tilden. We gather from this bat 1 lovel mu j ld l ;s given to talking iu hia sleep, ? T"t Tami 1 hos received a communication from banty Hill which confronts s pressure .ur columns. We cannot reduce the pre mg tie ni t ire '?! t be ll, ol' 8. H., \ ho W0 Bl ', vie ? 1 rv. ? s from publication and feed hem io tl b oil .1 it, .'? aud ar hose 1 iain prime condition. While at banquets will tbe ll. of S. H. allow us toofler .. 1 a -tloa ! We ob-.-I ve II.at l-l th ? m.-tn under consideration lia rashly rhymea ?-tat -. 1 v th u nation." Now of course geniaa teing a law unto 1 h 11 a right to do .-o it ibo wants to aud cannot ben strained bj an iujnnc ? ;. or other court process. Hut a bard who uipirea to be elected National Hard of the United 'tates ought to have mme rearect to the ears ol tbe noss s. And the ears of tbe masses decide on tho . 1 li iii.it thal tbs relation or * nation" t > ? statet nen " although intimate is not one of rhyme. \ few q An/.m. 1 Hard published a po ni h he made a lieudish attempt to rhyme . " niuo.1." ; killi d him lily, ? On ol tl two jnrymen in tbe^shalor case who itood out for acquittal 1 id to the other, * Well, 1 viii go for conviction if you will." lt is tb s I. Ld t ng whi. h bringa untold di* resift In tbs popa ar min.I upon our mn system. There wa-a tn,iii p i-nt, and i ? ? ike bim a 1 om li t if another to '? PERso.y 1/. M. Hr rte, tbe ** father < ?w lives st ? aue.and na,-. !? >conie .11. it traill. .1 BriUsb subject, I Clllg du. Ui ? 1 real ian! Claret md bi <a;,i to reeelrs lift/ dally nows ?apsra, 11 Pseba, ttl ? i irkisb tmbassador le Enghnd, . one ..' tba moat ?? xi.-rt rifleman In Europe. Ur. Oliver Wended Holm 1 Inquest visitor 0 t).I e ,, of ?. "The clint son ol tbe greatest Ps llamentanan la ? Ir.w. II. Ul tdste ie- bas been my .cl b] ? roung man, strength. In tba lan Parliament be iiienl mm ? ma la tbe darae*) .oin,a- be could :'.. an '? '?? ll h. ula 11 1 speech. Ho iiw?y? iuft ttn> 11. > 11 - <- ar Bea ins rather r isa ;<> ip th ' be blmaelf g tn from V '!, ? ? . .e.! ; .1 uinl tost ouljr 11 r.nt ,111.1 B ball I U i. Aili,a.. icu Farrar bi r ? M that lunn*; bis loni,' lourney through the Ualted states bc iailrunkeunass tuan rn a single walk in l<ottdoa. la tbiuks Amsrloa ls tar uii.-.ni ol Euglauti to teuiper 1 ni 1 fl irk. Mr. .1 . I Lowall will spend sererol moaths la urope this ye ?r. Tiio Qu en ol Saxonr lias mads terse '.f the patna of a Iva-yesisohl Woy al Chemalts, abo ls a musical prodigy. TUE TALE OF TUE. DAY. lent Clerelaud ls said to bara growa tired of tsarina tba Marine Banal pla)'"Itali to tho Chief." ;..-.-i-1 p, Mr. ('resident, re i'll eoly hara to listou to it hree j our- mora. Spropaa of the Greeks who are making so much loni the East, a good story is told ol a former dtp ma it, oin . a resident of Huston, ?rbo lind p n-x-d most ol ne in < ire.. Being u-nn-i by a Ito ton pbllaa .iiriiplut what waa the best thins lo ssml tbe Ureeks, tiie lui ,11..,;.-.t tartly replied, "neap, ma'am, .su.111." ? lloaton transcript. The great Worth, of Parla, ts cl 11 that tho mo.lorn * m iMf .-.ti les " of ure m st.111.'.i tiv tba bena m mia uro ibout run out. Batarally enough tbs mm who mahn ii. ? m wanta the styles to be unstable. in Bortbttmberla id, Englaa I, they still rotalu tiie old ?imioiii of holding Inquests ove t Bl st At I HF. B41 I. lier fin'P WM fair Beyond ? omi are, ll.-r maimer baugfatluns supnowj I iii?.iii.-iii. m.a jot i. mi eu itel, Thal tblues sre ran Ij whal tlier seem, i brea words *tie spoke, w M.'ii like th.' stroke p e .l.niiii, lu fragment* rent my dream. ?? v mi nunoe ;" 1 sala, Kha turned lier bead. Ami smiling, answered, ?? 1 should scream." ?I Now Haren News, rna .sj. Paul Pioneer Ptvm ls grieved hseaaaa the loeal ilergj doa'l allude lo iii" lea pal um Bod toa srlatsr c.?r ilval m tin tr sen.mus. it s ns: ?? if im. TalBMaTB vera iccupylng a palpli here, he wu.ii 1 give us m exhibition if iiifur.itiv.- pynteebalca win, ii tbs stormtag af tba oatie can hardly equal Much oetaatisl ilmlbM aa tbe [teat while thn.nn amt the 1* ryttil .it), with boya ami tiru vila. ;iii; in tin- streets Ibereof, urn aifgntad. io tbo ilergy foe wii.u they are worth." A BWBKT OISL KOCTUBXK, I. Tba pretty matdea, * Ith itu- chucks of pink. Si booie st nlgut dotb si .\. Tba tasatBui ion "t lha rollor rink Has passed as ..)? 11. lu le'.ure moments now sin- cuitlv.itos Tba chaste ehryi an them nm 1 Mir traded 1 it ber pretty roller skates for shewing s"1"" m. Nu iniir.i Hhr iblpa out to tiie inulli.ee Co shoat bi r tani > bose, Bbc li, lpn bal mother on u wusliiii^iiuy Tu nun clothes. IV. No meris ar.mini Ile- I neilin, rihod elllpin cn .1 ci mil *s arm sba whirl , Bbc itays a' borne al nish! and sows, or rips, l.tko lill good 4,'irK Whut cuii^r 1 the ehrtnge tn her 1 Tba leealpi Mses mi.11 things matte !.-,k-I|,s ciii.i Hi r beau took out auoihei- kui to nkute AuU shu gol mad. ?[ItoMon Courier. Tue Chinga papen an nleatsly .usrus-dug the " w?g :lo of iinicoiiti'iii." Tba Chloago papen snow a ?? wag ;to " wbaa they soo u. Mrs. (loilfreyiiein eotered Mri, Muleahsn'i nari neat ihis morning,sad, after piescuting b.-r neighbor sr it ii a siiiuli pail of sauerkraut, Bald 1 " vat kimi nv dingi vhs bom pio suckles, rut at Keck iTssbUO Hull, lust iilkrlil vas 1" " Well, he me Bawl, Mia. (lo.lfroynti.ln, there tho iuure*i lookiu' wbselbanen yoi- iver not syn asto. <>nn lt tin wIihIo heh..tn.I Hu i.a lo estell a hlg wbikle lu f runt. t luau ssu ou tho lop aud pumps wl.l lils !.?.-., au* ihuy I'm altin* BBSs go wld the spado uv a locomotor engine heurln' they run a ni !e no bhmVb a tniuuit! MMay/be itvouid pas gonai ting it my ? urti tile suckles, twa be on der (co ut 8*0901 vovk.."?iu,7 Mrs. OiMifreystcin, us ulio took her departure.-.kn-??. ton Freeman. " The Mttitii-soU pupers warn Igsnisat rlsltor* ls areld drinking too deeply of tba rich vvlut t Btanealjna la that State, until their BBSga BBS acclimate I to lt. And tn tb. lr dimple matter of fact way they relate iiinn<-r?us instances of men arba rashly bnnhtBj lin- ah- out ibero have been nia'lo Intoxicated, and ut last havo tit;, 4 nn air drunk im'.-. grSVS. SH thia ll very start Iteg ; for lu otii.-r states people BBSSSSlly Bm of vi tint of bro'ttli. Wo understand that the Smiths of tho country a.'a very lnucli cluirrined that they make BBab a Wagga ?awning ls Oessnea Tbay fear th it asa ? Joe " nvsrsk ?aorspnaesti lbs rival aetna/asla, wttlgaB lg .,.j3 Ila I work during tlielr aba "Ob, by tbe way, pa, dear," said a Hartford yenna lady as sue bade bim go?p.i anning, ?? don't forget sraaai you come home to bring one af th se-one af iho .c?ono of those?yan know, those notate mashrra" MOh, no Indeed. Anything to aacourags you lu ihs household ur--. An yoe going to he the cook I" "Why, no: I1.1t you know I'm going to petti a Illy of tba valley on the masher end, and ? elem ms vino ou tua bundle .uni send it to tba mission fair," ?? Uah 1**?[Hartford Peat, .1// 910. OPERATIC MATTHUS. Fiiie;i:!(lie-iiee--i;itieii'leel the operatic BjsjttBjassj yeatorday la iplla af the dlaneiagtng weather. At t..? Acidc-my of Music- the American Compass r.'jeat.d " The Koala Flute" under the direction of Mr. Ellnrlcba, Mr. Tbssns'l MBSbta assistant The Baan forsuutn ; ted tint of lan weds easby algal ht in.iiy partleslan, tbs ann aotisesbls ladirteiual im provement being ta the eon of Mmiamo L'SUobsooS, oho sang bn two florid abra bi naab bottoe style, wita anne am, liui'.-r tom. ami BTOBttf elasticity tli.ui 01. uer Brit essay. Ibo stage pteturn save boos penn i-,t?-o or three of then oooipelllug a monow of admiral lea nbteh dareloDed Into hsurtr apptsun wiien they van disclosed. Ibo Bonaaasi dfatlogas sod aonsosnnMS wnn wh.ch Bohlekane i. r's stroan pbsstaamaanti is tilled was deb rared la a hms aonstralaed bmwboc tuna iirf.ireauiiiiiucii.it I.- ce istralnt srbtah welgbtssl tha j, . ormauce wfWodue daj sa teed te be lilted. Tue concerted pieces were all glvua witii admirable sptra) 1.11,1 lill, IllgeOOe. lom ope ras trill be given ibis w. ek b> the Americas ? 0,1 j. .a, : "Tue Maxie Flute" on Monday, " 1, ,,-, iv 1 "'.!?.-. 1,11, ? 1 ii Merry \\ ives of WI id tor " on Friday, and "urphaua" on eaturdey ait.-, ii,is insum excellent aud ratted eutertaiuui ut le i b. n itrous ol the nea I .... ,..- lt* in o repres. ntatiou ou i-'ri lay eveniu. .- ii 1U auu purposes a novelty. Weeannol ree.-ul a ? ,.: Ni, ol..i'tu .1.ib uinl tba ... ii will be used waa ipee .... prepared for ilia \ i.'-i li .1 . es-fi.i muslos e. i, hasevcr "'en put. (ts music i-i delightfully awiudi on and rivaolous sud Its ennmblae ara Iud o: i : UIbx life. 'the eau will lil i in to ibe majority of the heal people ia tn.mp in ., a.i I tbs fair ? Kore 1 will iu opportunity for a ballet walch lc oat te bu left M ropolltan Open flonse the Ital of tbs fJer? mau c-itu lia i.y 11 is follows: Monday, M Faust"; va . - ?!' " i-.\;!i iiii..-i | Fu,i..\, '??- i-i i r'- "Kicis" li.r.t tia.',, Saturday after? noon, "lui .tlelstersimter," Opera lours wm reicret that tin- Brat per.uripauee of - i;.. .md "Tb* Merry Wives of windsor," fall mi ti, nigbt. We an; cou vine, t thai n.c'i in-ti'uti .n, would ? ??? lan Vee . ? .'cn lol- Hie third Fraulein Illili ;,i. ?._- . ?. ? 1 tue impression creates! by hi r ? itlons of tbe beroloe 0. ibo 1 1 .-!? i ,1 . : .,; 1 , occasion wm Herr Urary, if rretritt. Ile flited the nd* mntanent. - ll IB !ls' ill... BOtlllg, aud Uri . .: I 1 .illy. MU. LAMBERT'!] CONCERT. In Steinway Moll last night Mr. Alexander Latubei 1 g .ve a eoonrt vita tba a-s.-u iaee of bb bi i Ira conducted b) Mi. Van .ter btucken. Tho woik f tba on bootra BotMdoof tba aeeompealnseots to boats* itelu's Concerto tor Pianoforte ni !) min.ir ant e boptars ?? bin Polosala," was limited to the ?? OorioUa " nu r air fi .in Bach'*Suits lo Deployed by ail the violins) and a scherz 1 by if. W. Porker, ii ymag BoM .u iau. bul reeently re turned from Montos, shan M ito lissi wita Rbelnberger. ag ?if thia . 1 oBtheprogrea.wis an titer evld. ? . total \ ,.:, li :...- .. i' .11 1 Ur. Van ii.-i ti toe ken in all .ns ? ? nee ins t.-i'.i.. to bis u itii s laud, i . 1 . 1 I, tu p. minor) .*? cot ;u itn ?' ??? ii mxh .-:.. f ? ? ? ritlclam auder or dinary circumstances ny real m of tic itrlklng itkeoeoi between ita dn > i one al Haydn's ni,nu. ta; im: ii-* tin- stork .'t 1 young american ;t .ie .:;??,ii,ai ce m i tba .un :.'.vs bisrliiK wlilrb lt lecelv. I. TUe writui,- is throughout fluent .nil .u it, iii-' baudliue of ihe Instruments ii I tu ? ire ,t ii-., of Ute Ila) l:il-h th.-.ie. not Bl a . BS* ? i: iv,-i. in., composer Usteeed to ai- flfn ' iseat In I Hi. LHubert's rn.md potties! work; wn il..in- ki i,.- -0.0 j.ica -. w ... i were tbe Bieb-Jaumg Toe? . ; ii_-.i.'. -. buuiann's ?? Vogel als Propuoi " .nil a ?? rn- ? ,. M. M ,-/ki a sui .1 r.it.i.-i' ti.ll ng . .-. was Inscribed by the i-.iuni.i--r to Mr. Lambert lu the bublusteia concerto Mr. I.i.ui>crt . .v.tii ii usury rutar. and m thu iniudle 1 teul I) ind : -'i-'.n iy, ? r 1 .1 a Fugue wa* the I 1st satisfaetory ol li s performances, biter repeatedly acknowledging tn wann t.. '.ni- of applauae th t followed hil .? -. ha played a Cbupluesque bli by ll"lt 1 J//.'. CROWLEY GETS A BEDSTEAD. puovidino roa ms compost or a ciiimpanzki ? His I.IVK I' IR MUSIC Mr. Crowley, iIto cuimpanzce in *',-titr.il Pirk, r.st."i tn .1.r bedstead last Bight tesl boa ben pre* ruled for bim In hts room la tha ArnaaL H.-is Bowal bis tblrd year, aod is more than three feet Ugh. Ka In bnn in te- habit nf arrappiag himaelf sp rn a blanket la aaa coroor ot his room ot Bight, hal San titi removal to whiter quarter* tren themookey koon BM ei mush disturbed, ifo wooht freqaostiy get up abd walk ob sit in- norn bj a distracted etato of ii.im 1. s,. Hi it i-.I.iL. ," ms .instant OttOOOOM* sue: - ?! thal he wanted 1 be 1 Ilka bi boc peoplo, in.stija.l of bcug . ;o itretebhttnielf00 tha hart lour. Tbe bedstead is af oak, abool tl/? feet in length ami three feet \? t'l.-. dring ab indaai room for Crowley to strelcU himself and turu over. 1; ?n faaused n S iou lo tba lier oitb stroog Iroo brocoa to pro v.'iii c : 'w- . j from mov iu . ll about the r.ioiu. A strong . suv i-? , pi tl li '. with -,.. lust will terre .is .1 rn it treas tor him to rest on. Crowley tuspeeteit the ano ;...ivof furulture with apparent B4il*facUofl wbeB lt had bees i.i peed iu in- room. Ile crawled tm.br it, bil eren> wise, i .;..'. ita -ti.:i_iii, nun then perched u m-i-if on thc i.e ..in p..r.l aod icriuned bis satis action j: - ?:j..-r intendant CuukUn una thc groop wbo wore woteoiag him. - d,i yo 1 like lt I " Bski d " .r ike." ins Bttoodaat, ?? Veo it I," replied Crowley ut tbe choicest chimp .u/.cse ., oe mg 11,- tee iii ac.nu. ?? 1. ii m... is , iv-.," , \ liaised "Jaka." "flu hs says ? in.1 .a,' that mc. ui ???. Do you waul to s;j lobed. Crowie) '. " '? 1 )? ,-.4 ," -.'i nii.-.l Crowley, ibaking Ins and. - Will j 11U .-.l an apple I ' ?? \ eu :ii: *i .'lu-ii: " c 'rowley >nout eil esip . itteaily, and s|p iuu_ 1.11, ne bed io nie rutilus of bis quarters, ss /? m. tbe apple ..1..1 sating it deliberately, Tba chim? panzee'* lea in is now ko,-.I aud be welcso Hfiy pounds. Care is taken lo pr-Hect bim tioea the cold, us b;-* lunga an Hdl ?f.i? from aa attack ol I'll. Hill.mia that le- eXperteUTOl liSt winier. Twice a dal after coting lie lek - isp '? .,(tba emulsion of cod-liver oil, or .. blob bc b is 1 ea >aS f..ml. ills looks do not Improve witb uta.owing ta the M/:y of lill lu.piitli Slid bli t'.it iio-e, but a le u bil h.ur ll buaseti ..jul nts coul bi u-ii.-i for receiving rlsitors Ba has au air of foh-ltfii gentility illsslreiig - nior hts vize, but be continues to be in ^o,.. boater, -h.kus h ....is witb visitors aud oouteata Ina.-If wltb trying to ju,, ob th,-ir ringa, He not ? bu time tryiui; to play al niuepius. To music bets -u? ceptlie i and a ben ins keeper pia) 1 ou thc atoota .ir^*u Crowley listens wnn Bcstaey. "Hwnl Violets' I favorite aud when ll ls played he trias to daorw a Inn ak dowu in th'-1:1,1,1 approved minstrel fashion. Il ? utilrr itauds tba instrument and wben lt ls banded lum 1 ? it to ins limulh sud iiio *?-,... 11 to rapt o luca t ie meads The full growth ol ihe cblmpouna t-? aol ut 4iiied mini thc toelftb yen-, (rowley is skeet iub brown aud Buperluteiuleut Conklla tbt iki that tbe chances of keeping bim an now good, slthoaab n weald h ive ,ii."i .ni several oec poohs U is bad not neem IO Carefully WOtCUed by -? .1 ..k.-.'* 1 lotti > .ml Uis sre now widely known aod ibej ban raaaaaa nally from all parts ol : he country. un: iRioy ball in rm: icademi OF vt^ia. A I trice illili, el bridge will Ih> eraetaassj the . . of thc v?? ul u-.y ol Music for tba Mg prcoaastaoll the Jolly bnons 01. th ? eecsalon of tba aoaa u man,0|V mle bali ou Moil.I iv Bight, I aniury S. lu the pa- .ul Will bo knights la armor, grosso of HVtaSleJDBl deities. Carle it mes .il 111. 11 and cine ni I vent a and nUrlOSl Ult* As tech group pm in ll wt 1 poon ia ibe eeetn al in bridge, form a tableau* and deaeea 1 lo tha dan. bm fl.-ot lu thodlaploy will ot Prino Oarstral anal nm, OeAmn> blue nat her gay eonpaaloas. Anon sad tbe ^ius ssai tbs watid'a eoajponra, alomus Terpalchore ind PeUg. I'be subject ol romperouee will bc dlspond ul belan T bein is and ihe conn of I'miee Carnival. Baeobus aud bia followers, hound witii cbolua. la tao custody ufa number of Prohibitionists, will bc led before tbs ?,,uf*-. Alter tho argument* hive ben keerd thc prisoners en be rele.i-e.I BOd B bailie Wilt fol OW, BOdlBg In file .1' fest af the temperance men. rue sUver qucstlee ead "lue* snbJocUof o popular klBd will be humorously ir.-aiad a, so. i no several oommllleec v?ill be atiire.1 In ihe.isji lumea ol tbe middle ik"s. rhc ."ixe, ure nearly ail ?iw aud tho salo of tickets U lar^e. THE PURIM ISSOCIATIOS MALU 'riic-eoiiiniitte-e- liuvilii; liiiilV'e of tho gtnBaJt* menu I or the I'uiliu k saoOiallOB (Thant J Hail, to be le tm Teared bj. Nbrsny llaMtheMeCnawUtaa opera iious^ ure mabtSg ?rciit eM-itlons to nunile ihe nodal ns well BB the IsSHBBBtl success ol tho hall. Tbe floral d--. orations, wlneli are to beor novel aoolgo, will be placed |pr,nes? paUy around the lobbies aud rear of tho daaolos aaag, lew lu.\es lem.lill ui.s..,l ai.il lim oalc Ol' IK iirl* I \0oon ibut ot uny former > bot. .-? ?-? .. WHO COULD I niMs- .'iiiiiiiWIsci from Tnt .l/'mi.v Kci>mt. It appoon to us not univ naiurai but proper tbal Mr alor Miller should uavo moro respect for tue BsmoBQjOsm Slate ( ouvciitloii aud Usplatforiuihau lor Ihe .Veie-isrsi fi rn rs.