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I II Ml fee All. l C - " FATUltPAY. Jl'SE 25. 1b7. AmiKimnm lo-dnr. nuoiv TMMN T . ii SBesrrry 1 Scire Cry taw w I be VifirdcM Ef:' Re .. tlllti Avenue '1 hrilrr -I HI S. Opera KIM I - - l Mi atyiasle ftliW l i Til lm rnHi TbbbiI "i I. I'l t Miifiii i i Mart - Mil : ThtiaVydrtuMlonofTm SrN firing J. tfit latt tutk, mMcA rAttVs. o tatutfoM, June W, vat M foiio.f : ,!'k MoV inn. ton Tbttr4ne iff 'MS iJSSiliii v 100:160 li .. W.m , ' Aggregate Mtg elr?ilatim iW trvA eo3,ooo. aiftfoyi iuity drruUition dut ivij (he red;. 100,500. Dai'; nr. i .'ie d'ir tn! the pmttUi itdk, ending Jnne 18 a(rO,033. Important from Ciibii-Tlir Spnninrds nenin Drfrntfrt. .Wo learn I))' a luivato letter from Xitc- i iL atinn, Amb ft andcans loft to ton wall in- fi rmnd, tint lbs Bynnlnn battalion of Bm tjiieintln, wliirh was sort out fi im Nuovitas tin May S, for the ruirjiose of pnrititrinfi Ik lrriscn(cfs and crew of tlx- ItMiMrGsafga B. I'l'ton, has mturnnd to that pod iNnlntssbni In nimilrrs ami vvitli Otlwr niniU of having tniffi red in action w ith tho patriots. 'fills accounts for the fact that the pun boat Trimifo, which WM to have bmkgkl to Huvana the arms ami anininnitiou rvHirt.il ISy the volunteers rs iMthbJ been rnptur from the rarpo of the t'pton, arriveil in that titv without anything on board, having ap parently dmiiiieil those, valuable captures by Ihe way. tlnmtltnn Fish, Snln.-y Webster, and their lielntious to Spain, "Wo arc glad to NOOrvj the cinMimntniiee that an advocate has becu found to defend the Ppanlr'h administration of the Stnto Depart Bint kqf Mr. Hamilton Fish ngninst the (pinion which prevails conocruing it anion:.' 0 largo a portion of the paopln, Tho de fence, 10 bo sure, is not very clear nor very strong, but it Is better than none, at all. It In found In llarp.r't Wtdttff, and it consist Id the phraao of "the absurd aspersioua Bpon tho Secretary of State." , What arc theso aspersions? Why, they re nothing moreuorl as than that Mr. Fish's Bod in law is counsel for the Spanish (Jovern toent, and has Wn puid by thai QoWfUSHM as mu -h as flT.000 in g il l t a time fir his t rvices ; and thut, in OBDNqMH of the pe cuniary relation between ;he s IB l..w ntid , Fpain. the father-in law has ban induced to pnuse the Spanish side, and to a andon tin1 Cubans in their UrUfgla for in l i-i)'l-ncc and freedom. In this an a!'ard nc jh r 1 Siou ? Let us consider the testiuiot-y. For some time aiWI Mr. VIM WSie See Ittary of State ba Wai nn Mtapolian frioiid of Cuba. During this period he to no im portant Map bearing upon C'ulinn iiff.iira without privately conferring With Mr Mo jt ,i i LmUfl) the chief reprc-rnttive in thii country of the Cuban people. When Jlr. PATJl 8. PVlRlltM (MM over to thti country and made at ran.rem nta for fcuildiiij; gunboatl to re 'nforcu tho Span Itdi fleet on tho coast i f Cuba, Mr. J'l-n was still Bra in his attachment to the party of librrty in tho bland. As coon as (ho ,'uniMiati were fuflaoionlly advanead to wnr i eomplattoB he caused them all to bo gulml. so that they were in tho custody of the 'United Stat' s authoilt.es when they w. ro finished. Iu short, he did eVervthiiiB for Culm ' thut could possibly have been done by him, end pave a great deal of encnnragenenl to those who were knoun here as agents of tho It vc 1 ut onary mow mtnt . i The Spanish QoTernmOBt now put theirln tercats in the natter of the gunboats into the tai d of Mr BtDXBI Wi:t sTKlt, Mr. Fish's on in law; und, ns has since appeared, the ipaalards paid to NVcnsTKBafoeof 17,000 In pold for his n-r ices ill the ease. Tliis hav ing beeD dune, the ardor ol Mr. Fish in tils I'aban cause at once began to cool off, at.d by the time, tho gunboats were completed and ready to sail, it hail entirely disappeared, and hostility had taken its place. Tho gunboats srori' released and we.it to Cuba; and tliey have since been orcipicd in increasing Uio lifflcuUlca of the pair lota. They have also aptuisd und taken to exi cution some natur alized Anieh.-an citizens, who had becorr.o luch in order to testify their devotion to tho taiise of freedom during our civil war. , GTbeas, than, are the simple facta ; Mr. Fn!n tens a friend of Cuba and of freedom. Tho HjmniHh (Jovernment paid his son in law f IT.UuO at ono time, uud wo know not how much on other occasions; and Mr. Fisu thereupon become, a (rlend of Spain and an tnemy of Cuba I , Is any farther cvidi nee needed upon this HMt I Ofll Ihsll wo be told that tho asper sion is absurd, beeauso Mr. Fish is other wise a man of rpcCti,Ul character? Is not the very fact that, being Secretary of BtatO, Mr Ptin allowed his son in law to act ',. ai eoansel for the Spanish Government at all, and to receive a fee of $l7,0u) gold iu such a cone, alone SAO Ugh to destroy ths varn.sh of rve-ivli.l ty ? tr was the character of Mr- Pisu over an more respectable than that of Jons llirxuorc DAVIS, the Assistant jsCfC II tary of State, In the same otilce In which Mr. i ii is himself tho principal 1 Is he any more respectably eosnoeted than Mr Davm1 Iks B he come of any hieher UnangOl And y t it has been proved by the Laglalaturt of Ktaiaehuw tts tl.at this sumo Davis, the son of h ms1 Jdiin Davis ',of MasHaclmsetts, a man of tho most elevated soc-al rcla onahl s. hu taken a bribe of $00,000 to betray the tonddtng etoekholdcn of the Erie Itallwa, who bad elected him one of BImUs er.nfi,!, ll,,1 inr,i,li I T),,m bo worthless mere respectability is to nuiitain a m.tn tgnlnil poeunhvrp Uuup tations. It ihuw also how rash aro those who, upon tho evidence of reipecta fcility and deportment aloue, undertake to sot side fuels so notorious and so weighty as hose thai wo hru recounted iu regard to Vr Fllll, I Tho popular conviction that Mr Fish has tie. n controlled in bis condie t toward the Cubans by consideration for tho pecuniary , Inten st of his atjn-in law is preatly strength- rML " by tho la. t 11, ut, uotwithstuuding tho rvrelat.ous ujado by the U)L'islturo oi Mas sachusetts, he lias for months retained Mr. Davis in ofllco in the most confidential rela tions, and in a place where dishoncty and treachery can do the preatcM injury to IM (lovernnient, snd secure the great' t pi c ini rry pains for the guilty party. If Mr. Prjll wi re still a man Of lUck tfMHOndent and lofty purity, of such deiieuto conscien tiousness, that the mero intimation of his nc til g from base motives becomes nn sur I ity, Would ho keep In luck a place and in Mck rlnlions to himself a man gain) whom the LogMtlUN of Mas achusett has proved ehitrgi s so damning 1 IaiI thoso who lightly undertake to set as do such IVtdenO as wc have iddQOad) pause and relbet n moment npon the ret in ttoH of John BaHCROFI Davis in the State Department, beforo tin y pn -.line again to pnnla.m that pure Msd spotless innocence still belong to its head. f.tcht on l.tte Insnrnnce. Tho fiu ts respecting the paid up lifo Insur aneo jvdicy intended for Oen. OltANT are p.radnBllr cominff to the MUftrM W aro Informed hy the l-Wening roH that tho ehemo was first , started by Oen. Unit ur 1'onTl.n, ono of tho military secretaries at tho Wklt Honse, and Mr Jamt.s Wiir.Ki.rn, hi brother In law. WiiKF.t.F.n, it seems, is employed as an agent to procure business for the 1'quitable I, ifo Company, and, as such, receives a hand some commission for every policy that Is issued upon his solicitation. A paid up lifo policy of 90,000, which would cost t'.'T.OOO in ealb, would give to Mr. WitKr.l.r.n about ft "00 as c mmlssion. Accordingly, (len PonTR is said to have w itten and put into Wtmum'l hands a letter calling upon friends of the President to subscribe the sum of $27,000 for this purpose; and with this letter Mr. Win.iittt went about among some nroiuiniut Iietoibliean politicians and office holders, endeavoring to obtain their subscript ions. In this city. ie; we undi rstand, he succeeded in procuring subscriptions to the amount of J.(HMI ; an 1, as the Bnrmtflg Pott states, he had also real ted IO,OOOfrom officeholders and others in Philadelphia. Among the sul seriners in this city we lenrn that the Hon. Mosks II. UniNNEl.L, Collector of the Port, was down for tho liberal contribution of 1.000. Mr. Hi'NliY CUTW, tb handsome and wenlthy bank, r of Wall street, was also down for $1,000, and some other officials and jxiliti c'.ana of various rank had signed the sub scription paper. Tho Hon. Thomas Mrn PBV, koWOVer, though k had leen apld ed to, bad not iguod. ficn. JOHM, tho Postmaster, wes mentioned in n memoran dum in the hands of WRUUR, and the vkjeot was aiiout to l urgci upon kl at tention WkaS the publication of the scheme by the inde;iendent pteMMNMod its further progress. It was expeet. d that Oen. JottM Would furn:sh at least fl.OOO. Mr. CoitvKt.l, the Se.rv. vi r i f the Port. Oen. Mr.UltlTT. the Ni.vnl Offleer. and Judg For or.lt, the Rub Tnasarer, hud neiile r of them shown any will infTiese to contribute, though wo dare say bey had been applied to. Home contri butions bad also I eon promised by subordi tiatu ollic uls, and there is no doubt that the w hole sum of $C7.000 would have been made up er- this, and the pol'cy pnt Into the hands of (ion. GHAVT, but for the untimely noiso made about the matter by tho uied dliomo newspaj crs. The qnest!on recessarily arises whether Oen. Ouant had himself given encourage ment to this precious operation of his sec rtary and se retnrv's brutlier-lu luw. On this point tho only poaltlV evidence is af fonhsl bva correspondent of Til BtTM, who tt:itil in a b tt. r ilnt I the 20'h ii.st and pul Ushcd on Tuesday Inst, that when Oen. Poit Tt.ii lately puF. d through the c.ty, ho per sonally assured some of the gentlemen con cerned that the President not only took an interest in the subject, but that he was dia lurked at the slowne?s w ith which the sub scription was made up. In regard to this point, however, WO have no other testimony than this allegation of our cotrespon i nl ; but it i somewhat confirmed by tho fact that lha subscription was started on tho strength of a letter by Oen. Pout r.lt commending tho undertaking to the President s friends. Is Ii likely that in Ids Intimate relation to President Ouant Oen. PoiiTKU would have presumed to do this unless he had reason to believe that it would be agreeable to his principal ? Oen. GbAMT'I fondness for preseuts ha 1 e n too often and too conspicuously evinced to be a matter of any doubt. Nor i there nny reaaon why, after having received houses, horses, libraries, and alnust every possible form of donation, and after having shown his appreciation ol h.s benefactors by appointing so many of them to valuable otlic.es, tho President should look with dis favor upon nn cfl'jrt to bestow upon him an addition.;,; testimonial. At any rate, it is for him and for his secretary to show that this scandalous undertaking was set on foot with ml his sanction ; and It will be difficult to muho peoplo behove that if tho policy had been made up and tendered to him, ho would have r jectcd the compl.meut. The Jens in Itonmnnla, According to oiliciul sLutit.ta issued by the Oovi rnmetit of Iloumanla, the Jewish population has increased in that principality fn in 00.000 iu fj l'J to upward of -100. 000 in 1870. The Jews there are aaid to enj oy all possible freedom, and to posset 170 syna gogue, while tin ro aro only 03 Human Cfttkolln, 12 Protesmnt, and 11 Armenian church' s in the country. The Roumanian Oovominent has lent a number ol young Jews, at Its own expense, to complete thai! education In 1'nrin, and ha conferred a pension unn the widow of Dr. BUSACUB, a Jew, w ho held the position of Profl s.ior in tho Military Academy, and at whoso funeral an eloquent address was de livered by ono of the most emineut Christian prelates of lioumania The Houmir UW jour nals eauiion the world against the fal.iii pub lication of the Alliaure ItrnHUe of Purl, which osorintion is i n.nsihlo fur the houx recently practised upon this oountry, Tho Jews are a prosperous iu Iloumanla as they aro in the United States, and this i saying n good deal. They had better leave well enough alone, and lie content with their advantage as the chief moneyed men of the country, without aspiring it tho fame timn to the laurel of fictitious martyrdom. We are u lad to ccrccivc that Qcn. Ouakt ha withdrawn the nomination of Mr. Wfltf nnir.r.n as Consul at nuchnnst. We have the highest regard for our Jewish fel low e tlrens; but there Is no reason for tax ing the American people to establish a con dilar sineeure of $1,000 a rear upon the ground of protecting Roumanian Israel tes nitainst more or b ss imaginary pnlSMUlllfflh The DtClSln In the Real Cose. Tho Court of Appll has affirmed the ae tlon of llM Oem rnl Term of the Supreme d irt in tho case of John Pi.ai., and that murderer is at Inst to be hanged. This decision i a most ho lornble endorse ment of Judge HltNTtt, lieferewhom KlAL was tried. In n court room crowib d with tl I angry friends of tho prisoner, and him self thrcatene I by them with vengeance in case of Kr.w.'s conviction nd MrMfM, Judge Ilvr.NAnn was equally fearless nnd fair. Every ono of his rulings is now sus tained bv the highest trilomal in the State ; nnd the juMice decreed in his Court, though long delayed, will at last be done. I-"iirnni ss In tho administration of the criminal luw is essential to the public safety in this city. The judiciary shows itself re solved to sdminktteT it rernnltess of politi cal pn ssure or threats ; and in this course It de rves the support und hearty approval of every good citien. au iiuii! Tb Senate Crash lbs in come Tax. The Senate yesterday struck out the odious, unconstitutional, and unjust income tax from the Hill to Ibsluce Int-rnal Taxation. This is an encouraging and auspicious determina tion. Wo trust the Senate will persevere in it. The Incomotnx party iu tho House is fnnntical and obstinate, but It should not bo allowed to have Hi way. It Is not alone tho principles of justice nnd fair dealing that are involved in th:s question, but the existence of the Republican parly. I,ct the Senate stand firm and keep tho glory of abolishing the income tnx. Mr. OObOWIX Smith has not increased his reputation in Hagtad bv c illinir Mr. llnavru a cnwnrd in return lor buvtng been called a para site. The worst of it is that the PrQfOfa epithet would hare hern strictly kppHblt I hi adversary if th ISttW had decline I la tl ; 1 1 1 him ; vhilo no far it docs not appear that he has de puted either Mr. (iar.r.Lrr or Mr. flonxix to chal lenge the suthnr of " Iithsir " to mortal rnmbat. Ii remains now lo be se n, however, whether Mr. DisRasli will rcient tho SbSlg of cowardice. In the meanwhile, it is rather tube regretted that Mr. Sami did not send his invective against h itstLl hy the submarine telegraph. This would have heightened the druinutic fleet of the thing, nnd la flashing hack iusuli Tor insult world have given a new evidence of its tnany-t-id'.'d usefulness. We re informed from Washington that the Cuban Kink!, wlinfo scheme of sailing the island to tb Totuntstri ws ftnt nssd public in the celtimni of Tor Sev, Miil lives, ate! nS liepe reulaiog its i teal ptejt Oen. Bkn.iamin 1' Hi'TLKK hs got his finfrTS into two of the most InSMUslSSg pW Of the age bis brother-iu-la'v hetni t'onsul-lleneral In tl B central money market of Knropo, at Krank f rl, snd hit npbW ofllclatlnS in the tunic ca pacity iu lbs nssdgasrtn of Kastcrn dvltry mid complication, ut Alcxsnilriu, bg,;,l. Who will day h.reai'.r Uiat BtWMSm ! OKire bruiua limn hesril ? The feeling of the Cubans toward the op- prcsscrs of Ihvir counlry is well express, d in the subjoined proclamation just circulated in oue of the districts of t uha hy Qa Calixto BMi Of the put riot srniy : "CvnaMI Evi rv I that nM shows th end or the blllu.uit ipuj ie ItmuJlirKinl In llie fle'.d of Tura to te rr, liea.i the iAaai aars, ,ni ran mil ie l.o tiny iltnoand that tin-i, .nU be itlta fi asd. You will BOOB i-eo lite it-ribinalion of tbc Jue.l 1 O 1 . O' wt'htl.e cownnll, IiutilonD.vut of bantu Doniiho. wloch 1, lo be foil I hi Uull of Cuba uud I'ortu ftino, tlie lull bulMurks of Gotaio tvrauny In Auu-rli a. aa a 1rrd pnintlinii-ut nv flb ml I ) Die Aiiiility upon the no it hirsly i. alien tliai did not conqasr trot trttlbld tli mirultlve IfttohUaOlfl of tl.e ialanU. Noble slat of Pir.Aitro. Hobapiii.v anil Almai.iio, leiurn lo your ut iiiu.liuMive niDnatBia ol As ur ls atel (' lUlonla. ami fertilise them If yen can ; but SWSf forever from iliete bappy Ib-le's, srtt, so have wri'ten in bin sly lurrows u,o aail bisloi ol veur oarbai'eus donUn' lion. Awav Iroui bere 1 Were yea 10 n in Un mon ur, your liateil oolilacl ab.ne would be sofllrietit lo sin the Ithei ty of our eounliy. But, tielore leaving. tte to tit words, aMhra salu 'o ynu by ev, ry cubi.n : War wit' out unicv to tit s.p;m.h udven-Itin-r, who nriot-u lure tattered and baisfoot4 Who, after bOWUtl Hb Bad P0WrM by stesiiLs ant plumtrrtng. lin- enitravorct to S1ngnlh the sources of knowleitze suit wealth In om country. Wll'i the-e tin re In no pearc or iriclnlship poarlble." This is strong aud sincere; uud iu author, who has since been killed in battle, luiuuil it. Th ttpaninrJt nuit UoN Obbn We see it stated that Mr. Onoitor. II BoitEn is a candidate for the Iter uhhean notninalion at tnemb'T of Conizress for tlie Se anil Ihstrict of l'enosvli nnia, now rpVSSnlsd by the Hon. Ciiaulu O'.N'iiLL. Mr. llossn is a gentleman of genius, character, and varied accomplishment. He is a prominent nirmher of the Union L tuiue iu l'biladetphia, and in that capacity bus rendered important servico to the Kepublicuu party. His election to Congress would be a graceful acknow ledgment of his merits nn the pari of his i ditical associates; and honest men everywhere would ban reaaon to conrutulatc lbinSlvl on tho event. It I difllcult to rule two horws, or to bo on two lid of a question ; and Ibl difficulty U not eacaped by our distinguished contemporary, tho Trikunt. On the Hill int., the day iller President Gbam suit his Spanish uicaraga to Congress, tho Tntunt !dl "We do not say Congress ihoiild rccngnuo belligerent rights." On the 23d itiit., rlter Mr BmSSS'l Cuban reio luiion hud been reponed to lb S, uulu, the sumo journal expresses dim rent opiienn, saying : " We cannot hut believe that the tnore dgnlfld and wiser course for Congre-s to iursu" is the limpl dclrtlon of aVmsrioan neutrality in Cuban uflaira." Hie recognition of blllgfney is nothing but a proclamation of ncuti.d.ly. It is Manifest timt ti.o TV final has not succeeded iii endeavoring to txprws Udilf on both lid of the IMM question. Oen. BOTUUl'l nlation to tho BOLtlH Wnttl putent, which drew out the violent debate of WsdntSdsy ll tho House of Itepreacntulives, becomes rather complicated when examined with the help of the GMt't sflelsl report of lbs de bute. It appears that in July, Mf,O0Ui Hi Tl.tn wrote to the Commissioner of I'ulcuts asking to I hi nd uvainal the extension of the patent, say ing thsl " there are reasons w hich render it for i he ii tcrcat of the (iovernment, ua well as par tie in Massachusetts, that his claim ai.ould be SSUlinSel before, any extension is Malt," In 18o8, a yrnr itflerwurd, however, Gen. BrT- i.Kit retained by Bourn Whit upon the othi r side, uud mude a wi itten argument before lb Supreme Court, receiving or hia services on Jainiiiry 25, 18(19, t-.oOO in cash nil counsel fee. f inally, at tho present session of Congress, a hill was passed authorizing Wuitb lo apply for an extension of this patent, which lien. Uutlbr hud thus alltmulely opposed aud advocated. Thi hill the President vetoed, and when the vote i .no to Le tukea iu the Hon upon tlie quviiien of aastaiuiu or overruling the veto. opposition was mad to Mr. Bctibb's voting or speaking upon the question, on tho "ground IBS, he had received a fee In connection with it. Hence sroso the animated discussion in the House of rtepresennuives on Wednciday. We are Indebted to tho late Board of lb ilth for enpies, beautifully bound, of their Aaanal Report for the jcur IIM, The publication of ibl report probably oU lbs county five or six thousand dollars. The money I USrtsd, The re;e,rt is of no use to anybody but the pub lisher, and to him only fir tho profit ho makes on it. The Pyramids had bnrely recovered from nVtvl nmn'.cm -nt In looking down upon a ne phew of Oen. lleri.r.n enthroned in tho capital of Ik Pharaohs, when their capacities of nslonish ni nt aro anew tried by the arrival of an army of American officers who propose to help tho Khedive to put down the sick man at BUnbonL Somehow or other, Americana; are nowadays nee b d everywhireto cut the (lonlian knot of bnioutt questions. IV Mm. who in these latitudes is Sailed a Chinese filibuster, is wnrsh ipTu'd smong the Celestials ns a Yankee god; and ac cording to present indications, the time Is not far off when our coiintrvtnon will rank as saiuts in the Egyptian Klvsium, and be worshipped ss was Isis of old. Who would not liko to ti.ke commission with (S.nA) a yesrfrnm the Khedive, with a hope of a pleasant place in the society ot Mohammed at some fill ire period Old Kgvpt, from which the ancient Israelite fled in dismay, has become the place to which the more modern Americins rush with delight. Suoh aro some of the pleasing changes introduced by modern civilisation. The Denver Rfgiitt r states that Bmnn wi Toons is not (forth seveniy millions of dollars, as is commonly reported. Tho whola Mormon possession do not amount to over forty millions, and the titliings which go to Yorxn sro not more than 1180,000 a year, bcddH which he hss not above two millions deposited abroad. Out of theso tithes he hus to maintain a considerable BUmbT of minions, and pay large sum in get ting foreign sheep Into the fold. Hi specula tions in establishing n cooperative trade in Utah have turned out hudly. lln stores hav never puid a dividend. Two thousand lulMfMI aro at woik upon the Bonder IntSfOeOSnHl Railroad. One sec tion of tho road is already opened, snd it ls thought that the work will bo f'nished by tho fall of Itfl, A line of Kng'ish steamer ia lo be established between San Francisco and Honduras in the completion of BS road. This wiil dii crl ill lbs California and Central American trade from Panama to Honduras. The distance he Itveen Ben PrOMteeO and this city bj water w ill be reduced to fourteen days, and to eleven days to New Orleans, It is an interesting fact that of the twentv- flve members of the Hous- of Representative who disgraced themselves on Tuesday by voting for the admission of Wmittbm ur, nineteen voted qnsrsly against ii, k- Onbnn resolution, aud three ubsUinid from voting ut all. Tin i ill to equalise tknbounUss of soldiers has passed the House, and aivnita the action of the BennlO, Why Ol t -crve the sailors the sapie ns the soldier f The men w ho enptnred Vew Orleans ai d tho Ballon of the Wyoming have waited years for their priie money. They ask Cont;rcs to take BOW decisivo stop for or ageiit their claim. Let both soldiers and sail ors recuvu equal and eiact jiuticu at llie same tinio. Some lively gol 1 sp citations have be'-n ii ing on here lately. One of the I'resident'a private secretaries ia said to havo had a hand iu them, bike A. T. Stw,bt, these young fellows BSSn to have a great baukcrlug after mouey luakiog. However, they come honestly by it. TBBBMCBXTtOr I KOXJCr BBLT. A Smart X'miin l.envea New Vnrlt-llow lie Hnliheil her lliiabuixt of 1H,M Hlie tlura lo Europe fur n I. He af Qwletadj oud LiiNi . Three weak bc a wi ll-drcsaed woman ar riveil ui thi city via the Hudson ltlver Hsilroail there was apf.rently Bothtug wroux about her. btie was tno le-t 10 deaaaaaor and of a taciturn di poslt n. For iwo nay Hopped at the Metro pi l.t in Hotel, and tin n went to 1W East Twenty Iblrd I treat to boi.nl. Oo Sattiraav Ivsi be went to Bnreg la the BlSMMr City of WaablOKton. blie gav her name a llr, Bssttng ; laid that she had separated Irom h r husband, aud tbat au equal di vision of property ha.l been mad b--for Ibe separa tion. Hi r i'jare sho Bj aiuountcd to a trifle over 0 USI. and she eil ibiled lioverunent bonds and lul!- to inal amount in iupport ol bur lest rUO. When skUU wbyabo deuiuj lovi-il Kuroye, -lo reulied : i I wish ro live h ne 1 ,1s", oaver niarrv i am Tbe Iniere! of ibo money iu my pMia will lBD ISS SnSII SSath. I have seen uuoilgb ul life, and oily desire quietness and peace." It a w appear- that Mrs lloellme was the wife of Mr. Km i ieW Hoi llimr ot "fuiucv. 111. Sr. lloellllia Leoi a jev. Ury siiop on liuoipshiro etreet In that eiiy lor seine years, and auiansod quite a lortiine I iirouuli Hie aslvteo uf Koine frierds no resolved to sell out bis BSStMSS. ai d sswk a belter Held lor oper aliens in t all urnia. 1 bi was done. On closing un ins uecuunls Mr. Iloedio rleare I abuul lls.Ouo. Havlag great confident u in hi wife, ho pave her fl.isio witii winch to come to this city and buy u Block ol jewelry tufurnisti Use OaiHornu -'jr.-. Mr. HsMlai W lo use tbe remainiig llloot) In our- cliaslUf a place or bllsuii'-, in II. e Far West. At Ilia - m,..i nrf v.ui' maUe Utoi a bll le wbirh lo keep hte moaey, Tu sill ugMd Usxt for sreater a- cunty li e money n.oiild he seweU up in tlie belt. Mr. Ilo. tbng liun.le.l l er tbe uioney. nlie walks 1 let another room for thread au-l a needle, and on returning handed bun the belt The oa lay lu a lump w ill. in it. aepareuttv perlerll, secure. Mi. HoeHiag In due lone lefl Ouuiry tor Now York to lav ie stock as urranaed ; whUo net husband, Willi lb II4,QU0 Bnr, as lie supposed, In III Hell, SSsartesI lot i llUOeal. Tbare be arrived lu salny. and coinmenred iirrangi-menls lor tartiUK bn en . larie sen obIi twantsi tiding from bis wile and no- New Vork aayehsea to sonslnSs niwraiiun. be aoticuiatoil lldines and the expected purchase Bevel ceo. r i . a becaiua anilely, and axielv an w into alarm. 'I lie loo.,- r.i-h be had about Mm belni eshSdted, he Ii id recourse to Ibe belt. The hell w as opened, aud nibliad ul hank uoles lie loiuid onlv bisiik ua per uul a, ill ol the 111,1X111. The w He bad su. ','BslullV tlokld blue Olid M UOW 111 tuiupe. Tbe liuabsnd, bioken-liuarU-d, bus made no cdori ui Uud uvr. Hon, Dsaat'a Knuitab. iaas th FrenH'U The eoniph lion of the line of telegraphic SO nuui' Btinn osiwueii Amount ami India I un Tat of no i torn. oi 1 1 1 : . rest, and ibe messages Intere laimed boi nei a public dlaalMrlM t' n iisinoryl it ought to have at lisisi been done III S od Kuglish. Proi -.1. nl rVlOr, I one of Ms liles-age- lo on tre-s. m i use ol ibe pbraee, " ail the woild and tho rest oi mankind," which excited oniu aniuseuu nt for its Birptnanea ; but OM Zack I beaten jy President i., . i's eoogntakiHons to the vloeroy el IndM on "tb ceoMo of your (trautrr will InelaiMci or the world." Ol couis be ineiuil lo uy too le- BlBlnder, Tho President ibonM red eel that when he write a 'otter or a iMaia upuii uina't.T of nu'ille eim cers, his lanuujga Is the MklMg I lilted Mutes, and ii u no hgbt liilmf M in ike thirty lull -I. on, of people cotuiioil an absardlty in f'e short sp.iee of I've lines. The President is not lie only high , 'fill r at the rapllul wbooth i Is In this respr rl. 'ii. Oaeerabin-c 11 el Ins Army eoafase hi lis" nnd "win" In i quite hopeless un. I pain ful manner. Ildei I. tl I K igllali ot tbo liovertuiient I so mu. h ut hoi tSal t uimros will seat elablill a Da part was I ol Hrswntsr. to bu eouduciei by OsBtBSt oBlier In' i mi llie Secretary of :-., Ilarper't JfdnAy lor July opens with a his torical sketch of it o Vaildolt persecution lu the aeventeeutli cauttiry, lllu-truted wilbu miuiber of blood tSrdllM picture, taken from coiitempora BeSI I BgrVlng, Ol the manner In which the poor ntonstslnMN were tortured by their foes. Ao urticlo on ocoua lUsntSTI furnishes to thne who have never mutte Ibe V0fn across the Atlantic a tolerably eood idea of tbe way II Inge are tn.o, . u I on board a first cluas tuamer. I'ho lover of blogrs pby will tlud eulei lulnluuill iu skel :bua ul Frederick tlie (Jreat, JaAB Auali a, atel WI lllalli M. Tbackerav. An irtlei on Itupeil's Iilld aud Its people come vu v aecitptably now while ae aiucb utieiiiion le at Iructed to the Vi'moifiog ravolulion. There are tbe nauul chamilPv little morwe, goeetpiug Kusy Chair talks, and wail tlllistl Editor' In er; Ibe who forming the terj slreeuiitual kiuu u reading fe- bol ntan 25, 1P7(V THE WAR UP T WLNNIPEG A STtmrr:r nv i tiVMoWi nAY aovKiison tVBT i JiKr;f. All nhnut ihr frtimlry nnd It Pcnplr AThnl ffrrnnffinrrl Ihr OlAlr-nlty - A few Ynnkrp lNrrilrd In Hun Mm niriiimiit l.nv rrmir muf Un It hi fIiiri ninl TTNMII In Mnnttnlm. A tnrnihor of Ilio Srw plfiT Inut evenin:; eallrd rn tlm ITnn, WtlMun Mnr .i.alt-h, mho for tlie M font ti i n yrnra hM hwn sitivprnor of ttic BldfOS'l Hiy poarnpinns una k)t Ho'klik nettlpinont, with rr itl.'nrr it Fori Uarnr. II It KxcHrney 1 (t Fort Otff at ont thr mltlll' of lout nunith (M.ty), nnd n now ntnpitlnr (it tho HrrTOort llou'o in MM ci'y Hp !i hi fofhlf hoMth, nud in on tils way to I2ng.fi lid nith Id, fimilv. QOT. Mnrtrtvl-h f,w a M4 MM ITrnry Hir'n, a Ith pTiormou prrrcntlvp ticiiltipn. Ifn is n ti Up ninn of fliio nrlrntinc cnltnrfl and nhrrwd mminon pfnwp. On cntrln(, hH prlnr at tho Tlrffvoort Iloap, ntVr Imvinf Krnt np onr lottrr of Ititro-ttir-tinn, wo fonnd thp Oovrrnor rrrllntnc fn iin wny chntr, and evldontly mnrh oi rrome with MN o, prrflvo hrnt. Conitrcus.y ru'uKnn nn, ho tald, with mnfh tffort : " Will yoa plrip make T"nr Inqirlrn (M hrlef H pollp, ss I prnt; with trrrat dlfflcuHy, and cannot toll a protoncrd ponvprJatlon." Krnortrr-I will fn ult ynur w1Iim. nir Trr h:ip It would br mort' aTrrcahlr to yor, to jnr'tp'Tf' thr IntfTviow. If n, U will Klvr ni" pl ainro lo call whnrTPr U mmt ptiita ynnr conirpnience. Oot Mactivlh It 1 not likrly thut I ihaTl ercr lip nny hottor, lr. l1pap to prorrpf. Ri'purtpr - What w:ii Hip Inrlttnp, plTHal nnfip of tho n-Velllon, or lata trouhtpa, In the Winnipeg rouniry t tttp nnrERNon nrn ivrs to xrrt. Oor. Mactavlh 1 cannot tell jon, fir. I do not tl Ink it would hp prop r frr mo to ny anythlna: ou lhat ul jt'ct. I have hren CJorernor or that Terri tory for fourt'n ypar, and ihould anytlilr-t ho puMUhpJ aa from mo In relation to thoe difflrul tl. -, my itatimrntn mlvrlit bo contmed m being porionil; tlioy nilt'ht nlso be mWntprprPtcd, and ti ry mUht ocrnrlon conipllcatlor.i and tn "Mrs wMrh no onr rould hare Imacinpd wonld flow from tlipm. For all tlirp renionn. and for othrr also, I dpclino to aay jnytl.lng whalovtr on poh.ifal mat tern, Koporfnr WoflM It be atrrrrnble to ron to fv any ItsM of ptAtnU uforMsUloa 0OKOafHljij tho Wlnnlrajfl rountry, which would bo o( Intireat to tin- pfihllrf v Mnetaviah No, tir. 1 have nothing to eny li il.'t t l,.p. rtrr Tn mnt hny trithpr" ! a vi deal of ic'.pntifli Information conceniinj t'ip rp'ion oTer wh.ph yi'U hve rnh-J for tlM MM fonrtpen yrir. Ynn vlll pardon me h-r tnkinir ti e l.herty of r.--n-ark'-'iT Ibat V"nr rnnt il dpvplopmen' Indirat" an onanreanbli1 bunrpr for aclentlflc knowlnlfp and a rrpninrr wl lch ppnnlta nothing lo ei-cupc hl h onrc romt-i rtilMn Ua araap. liuT. .Martu 1 hare dproti d nil my b 1nre tlmp to adrntlflp piifrnita, and hav" madi tn oh MrTtlkaM of tlip Mil e'lmaie. ft ulur , nnd tiurre of the ronntry. I 'iad lod omcthlni: of Ibf kind lo kt p irum rial "ig down int" nn otPr. Rrj tut r-1 huvp rrnd a roed d M ibOfH t! tlrlt lah i o-wmelona In tbo Northei, I ao u -tated that yn t il"P ily buatiida of whtnl to U.v MN Ihetp, and h ip a aun crop rvery yo.tr. a 1bI-hi:i'kk?kntatiom ixpoarn. Oov Mclavl-h (wtMi lnrrealag cnorcy Thit la not nn. I have repeatedly ala'ed that It In got i t?o'l aaiiPtillnril rountrr. Th" rlimatr ia tint nnrertaiti. 1'wi lTe returna that la nV)eJM hua lels ot heat Hff ITtry DMMl MiWPtl, hiPh alvea ua ti ntv-u ur bnthtll to tli" acri' 1 a ttwk avprat-e crop. In many eaaea tt In only nis or oiehi returna. that i. IvwKc -r nxlini I n-U'V tu tu arip. I.ant year wp had lorty t uahpN In .omc pbpe. tut tl...t la tn u RtJ, I hy. known a lrot ao havy thor on iIip loth lay f .L'nl tnat tt tror al thr Wheat, Wl n- ver kti'iw a lrol w ill come. I lie wnoat la killed every var In l:ire pacpa it nnntr , eerecl ally iMr I M iike. Lake Wini.ipwr ta nut orwn till lane. I'lilllv wind blow from It. and m i c M Inai over the c utiry, ami tlee ginimt-' fruvti. W" nl-e no In Han rorn there at all. K-pt r'tr Art- Ihw hVoaari tliere moatly KnlU'i Sf MgtaTtn Ttni there rre not miry lirg. llb ttere. T'ip lmrljrant are moail 8cot.-h. Reporter W h it wn yenr form of nTovi ruripn t Utiv. M .ptavli Thrr.' wia ibe (hn rnor, ft CoVllCtt an.l mairi:rats,a nptn',,'l bf UlO OOTaniOr. The t. tin. 'nee of MM liVHriiim m wis nf a iujI u. tnrt. ratal r lu.m un oflln. or i outn-.il one. Jtppnrter It WiUl l :: r .'ill t'.. : , lu fucT, if cot In theory. Ut'v, Mirf:iTl-h Ynn, tt wm patrU-ehal. lt p4iru.T-Wi.ru lite bcuteu uu.Uiioa tu be rebob Uoaal v MaetavlhVo. nor were any of the inhabi tant. Tne nniiT" ptvpnlnlion the Uli breotle iro piiii t rtbU'. Tiny aru Unoiant, hat INn uro irust worttiy. and aro men or goo'l common mnw Reporter 1 lure duoa n it aeem t fcavj Ucou any ma'erial Ibcrt fOf i rebellion. Ihen t GOT. W i. ia t-!.- Nuneal ell. The r.madiin trad er v, hocamo u; there were Ike only dtaconte' - d pt ifona. They re udvuntarer, wlih hardly a ro 1 1 tf to rub, and i ocha: i McK'-nny wna one t.f i hem, .m l HcbuHx w e anotlier T hoy were In partiu-rebip, and cot i. difllculty, and Oiiatly di Vldtd what pi oila thev I. ad b twi-on them nitfiout looknuj car fn by to the riu'h'a f th"lr credltora. Thi' peorijf tircan.p hitterlr incenaed arainut rVel nltx. and looWoti upon htm aa u h .d man. Unfortainiiivly, when rnv nv i l cane out there be took Hchnt'z hi" chief a'Tl.r. ThN at once ael tlie peoi ! aeaniat I nn. Tlu-v ei ten le i their pr' ju.lii -" ntttn-st Sehulli lo llie o.ernor, and tt ai tin nee brtli Impoaalbla for kin to tain their My trovt rnrneiit ftj wlood out. and I w fore tb.it nf GOV 1t Ilouiral Ce nhl be mule leiraMy rperi .ve it warn necei try lor lha tiofii ti iatue bcr pror.ama turn. J'hH Ur M . -i. did . t do. M P Bgal had Ma royal commission aa (lorerpor. bt.t It wa practieallv h ope rative ti l li e myalfpr. claiiatiin rhru d Kive It viiet.ty. Ucllonoal ietid a piocla mition ntniae'f, hlih he tboui:ht w nul l ItTyt the pir p. .-r, but it did M t. Tbt.iM''t le u.1, ' Tin- ot-1 tovernment l wiped not. and there I, no new jov ernm iit put In Ita place, jn l we will liavp a pro vi "tonal rovernment M Mt-l.iual eiliibu. d btf royal C"mmiaiun and aaked the pople to look at the Uu eu'a tinaturo. Tut-y i. ' loot at it. l-ui aid taty dM not kuow wh ther it waa Her M.n -If'l -igralure or not Tn) are a pnelical, le n.- Minnie pa tiple, hii1 dJ not car-- i MlklW foi ufflcnl dignity, or the jtomp and utui hernalia uf govtin tuout. V hat a mau can1! do in hie 8UIRT AMP TROWaEM out ihere, be can't do at alt. Tbe rohea of offleo won't help him a hit. There U nothltikt tbere for a poiidt-roue governmental machinery to opcru'e u on. The Influence of tne t.i.vernor ami tne inagMiateA niti-t be DeraOBtl, aud n p-rv tMve aa the atmoa phere. Ii tin-1 . like oi t trn-t them, tktiy will UDtg them, and uul i. a W.im a Jud M MaH they trut make- a di iMon, they acrept it ua tno law j but when a duile that they ditrut ajuwtl a decUion, thoy ld not regard tt aa Uii Uw. Qovara ment is u ptatclicul ii. ii out Uu-ie, to be adiain ia IfTM lor tlx boatfll and to meet the Wftl U Of till pauplv, li Uovemor McDout; il hud got iVw VaBajOMM from Malta or Mlaaaaata i aal kli OoTcrnnieat in motion, tin y ctnild have done it lor htm wllhnal an) Iroabla, Mv Irund llail out there, the blacka'uitii Iron Oragoo, would bava aal the GovaraaiaBi in rw nlna order, complete In ill tt hraiuhea, in en BiaaMta, H I a pracilcal man, anu umi d the uuoule. and know.-- U.a Wind of u L'ovuriiuieut the) need, end they aiva confl lence in hiin. Such a Maekanrilh can carry UM day out tb-'re Mramat uny rwai Gojvaraar 1 h el aorrv tor McDour l He iM statesman and a Ketitlunan ot nbi tt . but lie did nut UaMnaaMd Uia people iebolta who -.ia in- rotaf aotiaai and ouu Of the thief aaajaa lif hi lallure tsirowaereat lion in 1 ai.ada, 1 aee ll UM CH UlUi Hould Lia.e thi Uuutle to loaru the Lrutli about bltti, mid al.unL I 1 1 Bfataatiad MM Ol prapaVlf .u their bt-hilf, they wuuld drop nim at one'. livp-irUr How about the butllea that lure uki n place OUt tin ie? t .... U. .. .. I.I. I'l..... , Vaah a 1. Oil.. tlii rc. A war would rum tbe couutry and Ica.e It lUftttlltt 1 do not think there will be anv war. Tne peoolo will accept the term which the t'a ia dUai how ofler, and arnlOO, I believe, are a Ltiat B m.t Ooraraor arua nn apBAuttad Oaoaall of flvi or aeen, and a Lesiialnture c'onalaUag of an tipper and lower bonne, e'eeied b tho people, the Tei i iLory to m nUlad Maaltoba (inv. Maetiiv iah, who h:.d been anltaitad dm Ing. Ida itutenienl. hero teeiaed utercouio nu aihlMI Hull t uud u u took our la vo. - Killed hy her It leett-H Suitor. In Ashley, M ., U we- k, Mian Abbla Bom naff waa itaoka! to the buart by Aaibroaa Coa, a rejected suitor, lu tho bouse ol Mr. tsvigo, primi pal of Wakon omiu try. Early on Htiuday mor'unr Amirop CMe antrd In Ahh y. and went to church for the parpo I af nee inc Mi-s bmnuiera. Dunnif the aoivice hu waa aeon tu pull out uf I i4 p ocket and MaBDlBI lha hulrhi i knife with whl all ha nlterv.nrd k'lled In r. WJiatV, llie i r icp wero over he allied oir alma I of Mij I honuitafa aal h-T party. At about noon Ml Mgai iner and rrof. Wltklai Wire Heatetl In Mr. Urt.".'--' raaaptlan room aMVWfakaf, Mr Wutkm saw Coo ipproaahlag the boaaa and Uno Aiug taal thu vIhu would be aanOJ Iiik to bi- rMWnajUllMi he inhl hor that Coa waa comimc to. When t'ne enter oil be ap- proachod au i t i. i nui i.. m who dnl not take tt, Pitt made a motion lo leave (ha 10001, Coe ri iiietiid her to llaf itllJ Uhked q Invu a few moment' ilunerMlion Willi her. Hhu irrautt d bia reoueat, uud Mr W ulkiua ret) foil, Ural whimper ing to her that if alio nuuiied asetatatico hu w. id he in the ueit loom. A few momenta fterwnrd, Mr. OrlfCfa approached the receotion room door, und lound it wio Un ikad, Aa he ante rail tu room where Mr. Walklaj boil genllouion were atartled by au jumnao.) aimuk, ami. IBtlelpatlDf the Wort, UlJ i uehrjd to the duur, and forced tl open. A d rem I nil ipuclacla preeentcd Haelf. M .Sin mora waa atrutcbed on?the floor, the hit il kntfe stick ing In her br-' ist, and the Hoot Mrfarfd With bo? lood. Close hy sUmmI the aaasm The vtetnn waa dying. Mr Watkins . ..-i llie muniertr. uud threw htm to the yrotiud, wbora he Liy withoat ofleriuif an raiattauce. WALT4CK iOOVVKr LY IX COVItT. Judrr natilniil MakM Hie I.nwvrra l.ntigh llnhraa t'orpim -A LUtla I.nwver 0 n Jrrnt Thinker - 4d?tct lo Tlirnlro iJnrra At about noon jcstenlar, Mr. Abo II. Hnnimrl, well known as the rlcnntlc atiacclato of William F Ho tp, Kn.. entered the room ol ti e Hnnreme Court. In which .ludo Oeortfo 0. Barnard was holding Cbnmbrra and Pr'-lnl Term, and approached the Bench, atl wai followed by eight or b n atont la 1 la nun. Wlia ba reaahed the rltlllgi hi lOOM out of bin rapacloua iw cket a large leCftl document, mi l hmnpd It to the go d tooklng offcer of Hip Coatl wVo .trod at Hip left enrol of dm .Tnrtire. He Ihea fell Me!-, and WM loit to eight aaild tha crowd ot hit rcMnora. , -( du Darnard. win was at that moment s.n n.: order- and hewln? rs part hyr-nji. J took tin Mr. I!ummel rapcr. The following con yerntion then took n cp: ... Had p Bam od - What's this, Cotinafllor! WOwaat thu man relfaed 01 bail, and onpr gnoa nan, ioo. Mr. Hnmmpl-It'a a htibM rorpuM, your honor. .In Ice Ilarn trd What ha he done? Tne Cfiarnb.of the Bar Disorderly eondnct, air ; dlsotderly e.ondne. .in ' f Barnard rirhtin". I snnnn-ie. Anliaaai ) i WM fined 10 for diorderly louducl. But I waut to know what he baa dona. The Cliernb Yes ; nnd be was reqn'red to giro bonds to keep the peare, and has been ehnt up ome time. Now we olmr Titoort ball of I,000 which we w i'l forfeit If he isrulltv again. Judge Barnard But vou do not tell me what he has r'one. What Is his name f I don't see ll here. Mr H. (faintly) It la Donnelly )nur Honor. .ludiro Barnard-The Wnllocka Theatre mn wbomlretnaed to let ont the other day I Wed. I thomrht I would amoke you out, sir. (.rent laaizh ter among tin-members of llie Bar printout. Now tell me what lie did. Mi . II He a'rech-d hlmdr, sir. tLaotr.htor. .1 .1 i Birnard Is in it ell f One of Mr. ilnmmei'a fi iciida Yea, air; Just this way. And the gentleman took hia hankerchlpr, and holding a corner In cadi hand, atretehed ins arms iibovc hia hegd, mid Raped wofully. The Court aud ' i'" l.iiifthed very heartiiv at tliis. JiiiIlo Byrnard Dova ibe District-Attorney coa aenlt Mr. n. no does not appear to oppose, though potilled. And. vour Honor, think I stnll cmvmca tbe tleuerai Term that thu sentence ks lllouul. Judice Barnard The important qupstion here In this eaaa, Mr. Iiummet, la wont thttik. You ace, tliou.-h yonhould aive utturatice ;o moat Important thoughts, you could not bo a real tblukur. You aro pot nsttnrady maa ivc. Iaauhler, iu wbtch Mr. Haaaajit i oo I boartil. The Jud(re took the oath of tbe nrety off red, and then nid, " Now. where l Donnelly?'' A mnlium slfed, llrhl-whikervu man, who was sitting near lha luither wall, nrosc and aMVOacliad the t mi nnr, lb- looked very bbevpiah, aud bisejti were caat to the floor. .Inili.e Barnard Now, Mr. Ponnelly. I am irolntr b let yoa Ml ; but you ajial do one thing. lb train from ,: i g into tlo-atres hereafter. I find1 It bf at to keep awav Irom them, and It undouUedly bo the PMine with yon. You ra.'y go. air. The rarlv then left tbe court, Mr. Hummel nlmot conee tlrHi in the mhll nfthem. Tho Jadgl ratped the amused peclatore to order, and t ie luriaer buab aaai of ll. Court waa proceeded with. ror.D-.viaf nt n i:t:Ln;ioy. The Nnnforti o i. , , -. -.,! v n .lrnn irer -The MelhoHiate -Kick hint Out. Tn thr MMar or mssut. Sir: In my but from Pulntli I spoke of the gaMhal and snreesfnl bmker Heury Clew, nnd tbe Philanthropic Joy Cooke. Now, a word about the (takers, tho Nuotackctera, and this wonderful town. Cool as antnmn, no moGqn!to, air as hr.Kln? aa Mtnni .nta, uud no rerano, no gnats, no bedbugs uor ntaaa Onre H.fs town ran down li e trrers almost with 1 11 9. tOO people dwelt herr and not a treo as blab ns jour second window. Now 1,000 people, rich aa Crocus nid as letelllirent aa Boston, rn-t out here With nat baaiaaaa enough to keen a Petroleum V. Niihbv rosroads busy. Thirty ndlea from the main laud, right oat to ao-a, with tho ocean storms howl ing ull arm at, dwell theme rich obi sea naptaina Tlio only article of export! know of i elnms ami bouses. A Vtiuki r iui unit buuo Im been auld hero and ratmari d to UM inaiolauU fui autuu aorl ol atop for moaey-i'banccra. XMMnNla there waa not a minister nn the Uland as 1 harm J, thuuith 1 tta. mviurornietl. for one did preae'i tu the eruninn. Think of It 0.UU0 people aud nispreichcr 1 p I thought It my duty to c to rhutcb. and to the Q.i.akura I ucut. Uuvinz M i'e 1 VI If ami waitid a hXMI Hnie, u spirit ha imr r irad no one to attaraaaa. I poaa ta aay a arora upon that faaMratifal Charity Of the (uakern anl unity oi love with all the churi ti hero on earlh, when, lor aoiiis tnai beihli e-iuM. nil I llr Inv the ewj nf my jib. tbe le.i ler of tb i.o -Hiu ; look the Oaml of her neighbor, v. btr upon the whole batch of solemn bro nlhrlnis roe and, as sllent'y aa the Arabs of the clarsic tent. ( le away. lenvtnR me and the empty walls to baton to iny e;otUeiice, Now. I do nut ie member eer to I avo ! en (hus nonplused B .'ore. In ahart, I fall played out. Of couree, 1 tbuok tho dut ott ray feet. In tho eveulug I a'tended the Meibcxlist church with my wife, as quiet a 1 ody as a Quaker. W" eto'wl some time, wtten. not iretclnL' a aeat, I iraJkad In ai tiok one tieknrt'i to one Capl. Wi ri ii. In Itaa limp than did the (J trd.eia rererse their luetics, In- turned un it ul bUJ pee,. 1 iel pis soon aa pua-Ibb- hy tbe neit boat for a Chnatiau lunO S i i i j . . i JuueSO, IhPJ. X. Y. Z. OnatTJCi AMU i'J .i.vi tf ui.' Ji:ssr;iiT. The nry of forrr hy Old Aa J rv mnUe Hlorer I'nv kin H.inrU Hill f -Siorer gcta J aall( v nud WBtata .Uore ot li. Totho , ttturt, 'iht Situ rin : In rur MMMal of the IML and again in that of tldl date, in ymir report uf the case uf Mary H HuisMd mnaiM-t Win. iStorer, Jr., you Mala that alio hjt-a tiu lor Hun weo-in boar. I whuh I oweii her !.en I lei '.tie houe. Allow mo to BOO tr diet the tatem nt Mioet cinphntlcully, and ab-o lo S(.tuiael rujht tu tbe cise. Mia, Manefl:d, tu her loll, alUxes aathlBf of the kind, but that I contract ed ' b Tier for l '-ai l tor Bnyaalf and fuunly from November 1, or then abouts, to May 1. On Hia 10th of January I left her hotue with my family, and took board elsewher", (Of reaous not nccenMtv to a ai1 here. Thi tuit is brought to ruiover the aaiouut of 11 per Week for (he three weeks Iroui the tmio I hit to February T, at which time ahu Wua dlapotacaa ed of the prenil!. Yon w ill aee hy the receipt be lOW, glvoaio Mr -, Mansib d. that I uaid board In hill lo the tune I R, nnd (but 1 did pot b-ave, at you Btate, " wttbut the pi eltmio iry eeremony of Heltliu ' for wnit I hid h i aio( Ihfl l.lb of J inn. ary, the date ui tbo r. ccipt, Wga the day on winch I loft her hpaati aa I MB NM to j. by MTaraJ w ituen-.. nrturr. Haw Yt ilk. .binuary If, MW. Wm Storer, Jr., tu accuuui wun Ura. J. . MaaUb hel 1 : lh To 1 wee!.' board .1.00 To balance due fi t) To latra luvaia 1 isi Tota! H (JO Cr. To kaf returned. , 0 U I . M To urn pay laet time l uOf" 10U l i t tl .M Repdred pavment tu full to da to by check on tbe First KaUoaal Bank, datad January n, l , , for 00, and -i:ued by ai Stot nr. dr. Mrs. .1, V. M anpifld. Ity tTiviug this a place in yuur column in at en spicuoU ' a maoner i tae error waa pub.i-' ed, you wi.i graatty oblMi yoara. ao Wab aVTOIUU Jr. Ngw . oiig, Juue .I., lift The report, aa pubbalittd in Tna Brv, was copied rrbatun from Mif. T'jii-i: l-l'a coippbiini. nt it ! iv on Judge urti-'a tleek. Mad the jury acknowledge I tho juattca of the enmphuut by t; I vine her Judgment. i t' Ut .ui. oi iiuiutc asisaalty'a L7acla iu u I'oor-Mouac. Voei th . i i rn.r Itttitocrat, June '!. Mr. Leotia-d OraaUf, nn n.iclo of Horace firuelcy, uf lug N w Yo.k 7'r tsVt.c, and brutlu r of Eaaahatti Orealay, lloi iaaa father, long niuco daaak dlad in ana MMoif poorkoaaa bara kaal alfftt, afotd igaaad uigieci i-' Ufa, H- wan 77 yaajvolajEa, duntitute aiol lov -stinted, and camu here about a n until ilnaa aaarly paoailaaaf a&d ick, ami put cp at a In tel. He so-m, however, became a cb rgu on the couutv, ai d Wis ronoyad to the puor boil"!'. Ho graduallf I u da, by day, aud last BUtat l-ia soul paaaad nfonaatM to h .. ., aud u-da ma body bi s a pattpar! lir.ivn. Hahudbeon llvbtg fat some time on the ch.irltles 0 ii son ut lb aver Fallt, Minnesota, but a few mouths -Ince the son dlad, and be eamo down hero on bia wav lu another M.n living In Fund du I.ao count v, t:iis hu e. On wriliur lo him for money, Die answer came th.t he waa nek and destitute alao, so the old urn i had friend write to bis iitpln w Horuee for lund, and uo gOMtlM be gave up m daapalr and died. We aoderaiaad tint ibu Com. ty Poor Ooanaalttaa have wi nteu o Horaea (ireetev anfcing for money tedafrey the ripen' t bi- Utj .1 ami funeral. The con .ty pliystcian also wrote (o Mr. noraoa Qraalai iuuu tvuclu atuco tuu ooudliloa ui hi uncle. Lei lor w ere lound upon hia pei -on from Horace Oiealar. UivIuk the obi n:un iiifonualioii roueeruing h t 'iurly. It i jm he baa ono broOior livimr John Uraalay, egad t la I. iMdarry. n. h., ami tnat a aiater, Mrs. Mary i o.luy, Uit-J mno muntha liiia ui Manflhftttr, N. n Tbo Vohi OfUeo Eacuinlou. Tbiac MMeyel ia Mi bin: HavltiT heard that a portion of the letter cai rtera o b'aw York lit intend en ire.' a Huuday eg cuialou and uvulo, tlai m ia lafoiltl tAI pith ic that the carriura and clerk Of Liia ioti I ar III liaVfl hotblng whatever tu do with any 'b t i anon of 'in sutii.Mh das. CLI CK AM MM'.II US. br axiom k, l'oaT orrn a New loik. Jnuc H, Uoi. Convnnlepr of location, and many other adv in laffNi have civou remarkable uereea to the Mutual it i i Savlu,;a itanti in thr -un bui'dio -Ada. KptToitln To BtAlsTR.- Mr. Uewia ,T Curtla, of Not waU, l.onn., ba tn-eu eiit reiv ( i! jit "I cat ari u and VCrj b.ot ti.ioal by )r tbiwe r tvi Waal ai , but 6Ui ehd 'Ui ava.- i,. hi;u jfui. -littta joiix nr. at, to uk iiam;el rata aeaaaaita' HEctPtton os Till. A I I I ! ( MO V. Wlmt Itunl ivnulil line islown on n Vr, Tiinl Soi nrnrte br Serial as n JnMlCS In Ni'W STStk. llh llie I'itii Aunt al a Mnii nals no Kvmpnlhv. The t'ourt nf Appeals in Albany jeau nlnv li. posed ot m miit'.en fur a noiv trial In tin iM of Julin Tle.it. lrenlr sentriiecl tube ll n . ' for Ilia Piur.lrr ol OBSSr PincllcU. El-JucKro S I' I ,r' IhSSSSnS IN the condvuineJ ui.ui.li. i I .am to Inn ing lelegram ftoiu tbe Clork of lb I ei.it: ' Alii.nt. .Tun H, l-;.' '.Imim'nt tnrrnl m tl a Ileal ease, snd t art ) erSari a aSs m u anMsasaL As soon as tbo Jii lito rS8SlT4 the dl . x rent Ibe followln letter to Aetllnl WTlll ! SMl nf Uie l ltv I'risntl : Dbah Sib : Will vnti nlsn.i. ,ss peT r- ' i.' f.n'Sj, and tn him thai I .iseeln.r vereivi-i a telncram iren IM I onrl of A lineal. rm liiat the laK;uial 1 tSmmii, ami that the Mmreme rmirt i ! -I ii'roeeeft at nncs in exernii.in of llie sumr p f,!,,,. Ilosp. oilnl v V'nirs. I STtAlfl. M,n( FlM.sv, Kn . aaSnUM Tfardrn. Mr. Fii.ley at once, nnin ri celut of the rnTr.inrrH eoiion, piocoejoii to Inform Bssli Tie fosnd tba mnidercr at thocn l of ens Bf tho corridors en ;nse; In unlmntej convors.illon lt!i a foll iw prtSW 1 r. I! called Bssl on ono sjj,., au I linp.irte I to III tbe re suit or Jii'ice intsn'i meUon, rte ii fer it n,,mi' seeineil be Iblered, nn 1 then NlA " I etrfli il ftil ( 1 knew linsr It WOSld be." Mr. Ftnb'y ! ndrreo) iu synipnibb nni tbe prlssnsr insslf' tntm ia Bilenco. A short time after tbl", Hesl 1 1 ill n I 1. c :i i vi .1 reuisiued there during tb rest of lbs evening. ,.' A tNTsnvir.ve allti the doomed nun ws. conrteonly cr-n'id ta i inn rsfisrSsf by WArSsn .Toim ntacom. I' si wa found In I I cell, No. Tl. nn Ihe leeoml Her of tb men' prison, nnd at the Line tue r.nnrt. i n .. lust the cell was rCUtn OS hi bed. When BniOS, ho stepped lo tbo cell door and peered Mrt to sin ill lode therein. Hep rtei John. I win! to have s Utile Ul w.Ui you. it' !! -Who are vou Iterorier 1 inn n reporter. Ilea What inner? ReporUr For Tan Btm, MSll bavo nMbbsl lo ssy lo Tits Int, fora lo-morriw. llernrter Why nothing to say lo Tits Hr He il I never did any harm lo Tan BtTN.bntft Firs ale.s Ih-en doln; tne all Ibe lujury ll cau. i Bspsrwr 1 una sot 'll Ktal u has called me a thief, snd .a1 1 T -loir n boat from Thirty llrst stieet. and that I ktlli i Kme dlck DSSS ho seduco,! mv iler. Neither nf tlies stories I true. 1 hive lour st-der. aa raspae tanks w omen as nny In ibe cily an I I SSVST WSS atTWSta for BttlS In inr Hfo. n to police hoadquirters, and you'll fludiuychamcleris nctter thau San Uk iJ ever was. I ll ;i irtsr BstS not other Joarnals said the sams lbln Kval :io. Trrr Sii h is been I CLAMOIUNO I'OR HT 01.009 ever since T came hero, and now I sormo.e t'-e. will tl It, an1, be s.illslled. The fuct Is, thi re'l tlslfn in thii Ctrl when a man bus the pre with Ii in. hn none w-ien the pri-ss Is aaln.t him. and 'lor mim Ins wanted me lianred ever since I ws i.rpested Tl ev :iv 1 m fi politic, in. hn' 1 never h. hi .n "flee, In my Ufa. I M n hyn.worbisn nn, aad bv heen ever since I eo.ild o arv a pil of sratcr. Bcporter Doa't i' Uuab the eildenee nt tha trial wnrrintcdwlint the newspapers have ! i Bo d Not what Tn Hun has said. I ti'l von If has l'en el im Tlug fur my blo id, and waking pe pla iMiUuve I m' ei -HIT TO IS BiMdSri. It ha never loft me ahme. I am Fnlrr 'o reake a full statement of ull the blew In niv csee 1 pto. ml let Ibe imblle Bee whether Ihe lies t , nnl ind are true. I shan't do this in yel tyuslslll, I ilmi'l want that. I wouldn't rlcs a 0 lOr It. I lia I (ifn my .uiomeut to the pre ... sot senertssn. Tteoorter When li 1 Mi. l'.uley give yen Ur news abnut the deel-lonf . Heal Hot ween 2 und 8 o'clock. llcporier Wete vou surnrlsedf I Heal No. I BZpeoted it all alcne. T d '.' eol et. peel justiee. II I bad had a new trial, I would bava shown some new laets to pruvo thai J ua. . wpua in killing Pas llak. Heporier ln vou supi-ose that anytblnj Bior can. be done lor you f ite... No i innpnssl h ive o go. IdtmHsv pect iinlti iiis em lie done 'or me. Hi port' i Are you ,:,i isuod tual .. our coli'isel la done all he can fer yon .' Hen! Yes; Jlldro S'usrt did a!! bee -.M; but there' no Justice for n as, mn aha Shi sfaa w aaalaat hlsri. tsupti"S, tae papers will be sailaasal uow ua Uirng i maid, Krvaii BSTvan. Haworier nave you recovered from yo.-r alcb ut-- I Hcnl Oh ve. I hi I a sick spell, but I nev.r wsn better and stronirer lu my fif tn I BM BOW My snlills never "lore butter either. 1 wa- Uiliugal ood bvp Just before you m to the cell. , ' Heooriev How do lliov treat you heref Heal 1 never was treated belter in my lib. I have overylhlni; want. A. Ken: was not Inc ine I to ei ter Ir'o s-' fer'heta coiiver.auou, Ihe bis rsporlW allleil loin goool i iL-i , MXiaic j.v ir.i.t srnr.PT. , . v Thofilooli Fxelinnso Hlvalltng Ihe STonsfe I liorua of tb t'ollsenm'rho ITtVitae nnA Tuiirlne Aniniiils liHllwtlnii n SI"ilodls iunp-Mecitug-1'uu uh the Tbri monies, ter nl WO. Toe member of the Slock Exchange nr i ofcAb for Ibclr erccnti Icltica. Let a m wly-eb-eie,! metne her or a noted visitor ruter, and hew;' o o it pretty much the lima sort of Initiation tb t a rreca sailor gets when be fust BSMSB lb It I I I i if aa, oi l member make bis a pearancc w ith a Bi i -Irair bat. he Is pretty certain to undergo n ilea) ol ridicule which will put Ms good humor to no Ordl narv test. Occitslonally the pro;rammc i. i edby au Imoromplu concert. A doicn Jolly folio rha Itytbs p BOBi 'uinlllar ;ur ; and haul! ''oflnl line Sg when a lusty bf B of (art fi'tr Tolros i ise. striko the ci dine In NSSnSUt I ' he, andl tl.bi tne entraueo with roKue; melody. Tbere is no interruption I" business. Pvi -' tii:B foe onus le'ore. Lake Hhore. Ei e. Central, on w hatever BUS ho b l ailing feature, hi '!! ildv rold wiih the nnie frintie errrcy. Blind ml abov lb sound nf lbs sw elling harmoay, bi ihoasi oiba logout of the ordinary routine nf bWlnesfl wrra t.klug place. Indeed, now aud InanSflBOSt inter tsted smzer will chop ii word In two sb muldl of a line, and boltlue out ol llie tbroug ol SnOrbhl t. re will rush down and shiut, "I'll like t la response to aome offer hi over open our '.I And there are some magnificent voice ae. IB thi-n and tbatr time is excellent. , Tbe luimrdiato cause of Ibo dSntlrtl ' vta the M-t to Ihe Rxeballf of Mr tins II,. . tmo St IbS rJSpl Buss trfinpt llwasntonc proposiil Ibsl son Biing bs bsdi sndsnonn aochmeni r,e rctun agate proyoaiUoBS nlduuigo loc-u .i i Ana.i ihe prlneloal artista veers Messrs nn II, it ll. I! ,ii, II o i "iinmelln, 11. I.. Ci - 11. ii - i or, ti. 1.. Balnht, K. 8. Muni " F.iaa (in min is, Charles Htokes, ft 8. Clinjiiu Va ft Webster. (I. Skints. 0O, Palmer. Oen KIT. These worn the brltdit partlcnlnr SMn, ' grand eln.ru of al least fortv well Id a" . I be concert whs ol eie 1 with " M , i '''S nl Thee," Mr. lias ll ill lealln ta the a.; I it'dT Bwnortad hv Mr. It ft. Had as bo am-.".. Nevt to the above, Mr. Oromnwll Sfa pa ' uiosi marked tieraon In t I BOtnn' " ' i . t-l.i-aly atliru I tn debt BSBbslaOBi, a elarci ' coat, vlolel nick lie, tied thrie dUtl spiral stu Is. Bs wis slitefly notleaibhi r Wit I Which lie bent ti ne nith I.I- bd loneance was loudly ROPlandect, IB I, en r tho i.ivor mai.lfested, tn perfortner ten' ' a new flehl, and gu '.I hi Hn I . This would no uoiihi have In i with a giislo, bal nol some I' renittlo' !y dl Irlbute I eaple of , . smnns tb nnlnsors, end lo the ito ever . I oily, It was lollu I thai fht WollIU i er tl have been a novcltv in d PBrprl.l a "' ' In by oalaldera, This anwewbal Bisri '5 M liuily of lb piece, but on the v. hoi I "nr very a bIi. b llr. a. ll. nU rartlenforl dlsilnsi -' ,r B 1Mb, tb Btseeato eblnglvei " Reflect, His mascHip as all sliat ' Ion tt lo'ibl dnisnd. le w to .m and veal, un luvmole blue cn.it. a.. Phi 'I' i hsllS Home Aaln" wa n O'lered wi'h mo eft'i In Ii e.l, it was !"" a, . doobl iv . coneert, and wa Ik only perl rraai , vn i momeiii aervsil to Intrrtupl the -ol l.iisin"s. Hsrillr I'll tie opening , struck, when lb Ion ler MSniSrl, " 1 f evj.ies.-ed in tlie familiar vords, look i ' , the i li'it't couiliany. 1 la e waa " in tin i.oii-e. tir. Dvrlt' th- do rki , , iHi.-essi.r of ll.at Co. He I. as .1 ' ' ' '. I,. i ' e ll nni iii . d-os not bellevi I ll ' St lei iii i try to got past wlihoot a llcki t, t . " lto"lile, the I'l nine Kloner," W a w bni' ie.ie i no very narked lniprei'' ,', ,,. Brua, airoovr. aomewhst nuirrej by l l-oe, who. Ill UlO Curd lill" of ll'e i , hf Billowed bt wf out, no noran ' am lu . , tualied Irom Ihe orlietr Into the pii Vilnn ind on Labs Hhors. Tho cl'msi ass' , ',, died." It as IBBI aim Vigor th' iiiinr. s)ssr. Cross, llosBlnxer, Bf -' ..Jd Stokl ". and I lupin were couBplCSOUli an ' ' deuce of pious training. irebttrTl After tno Cone. ii i r. v.--- J k.i ils, I'almer, and Kl) .lelij'iled t1 " " i!rk ui" ' I e.-p. Biethei," . Mr Webster' rSSOSS! bH led Mr i- i. nor aliciliue asm) CBCOIululflli aJHaaflflsG!