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" Oar UIIinI* Cwmfwidenc*. Chicago, HI , July 24,18&8. Tkt .*1uu'uiVl Oemfliet?I'lant iff the .ln(i D.ruyUis Mm ? (VtIteration if Black Rryullican* and Dmu*:r Ut? ihmyiai to 0* Raked both Wdyt?Who the Anti Douglat Jemdert are?Public Opinio in the North wtt?Oungretrtonal NomiiMtiont in Indiana?Political Peeling in Wuttnitn, Iowa and Mittouri, tic., rfc., etc. Voir nrtlde of the I'id init. upou the course of the IMbiogton Vnion Uiwtrdi Senator Daaglu, ie producing profound sensation here. It is useless to disguise the et, even by tbeee who due Ire to do so, thnt the New ohk Heraid is i power in this country, end makes s tap impression upon politicians of every olsss and hue ireegbout the length and breadth of the lend. Men everywhere are beginning to ask the question tick you so emphatically put to the Washington Union, gist is to be gained by a party war of extermination silt Mr. Douglas? Why desire his defeat?" You .? given the answer, which will readily oosur to every I rami'tar with the politics of the Northwest. "It will ninly be the loss of the democratic party, not ' now, but henceforth to I860. The policy of filiation is the course of wisdom." In this artlyou have struck the right chord, which must rate throughout the confederacy, and it has arid just, in time to throw a wet blanket upon the vemcnte in this city for the last two weeks for porting the coalition between the nmall band of federal leholders who claim to be the peculiar friends of the Bintstratlen and the black republican leaders. It has been well known for several days that a con i Nation betirmb toe representatives or thMe two anches of Ute opposition has been pi lug on here, tbe nit of wblcb has been an undemanding that a public eetlxg should be called in the name of tbe democracy, . which speeches should be delivered by men claiming t be democrats denouncing Mr. Douglas, and urging Is dereat by every means at their command, tbe epubltcans undertaking on their part to ruralah tbe anf Hence to whom these speeches ould be delivered, and to eport and publish them in all the republican papers of he State. This meeting came off on last Friday night, tnd was composed of nine tenths republicans, the residue eeing bolting demosrats, and a few regular democrats looking on from motives of curiosity. Mr I.iosoin war present, perfecting thoee arrangements for a joint cam palgn on behalf of the allies throughout tbe The plan of campaign agreed upon is that a professed demo erat shall be detallod to foltow Mr. Douglas, In concert with Mr. Lincoln, tbe oue atu?king bun In front and the other In tbe rear; the one taking the roost ultra Southern pro slavery platform, and tbe other tbe meal ultra abolition and dtaunion position, thus oxpeslag htm to a raking ire wtth the hope of reducing nia torco by drawing men to the two other fictions. It is also undcrctood that tney have agreed to bring out a professed democrat la opposition to Mr. Douglas, with the undurstaodiug that tbe republicans shall vote tor htm in those counties where they have no chance to eleet their own man, and that in these eounties where the republicans have some cbancc of success the bolting democrats nhall unite with them and vote for tbe republican nominee. If the Legislature can he carried in this way, the opposition members are all to go for a black repaobcan or for a bolting democrat, ac cording sa the one or tbe other shall have the bast chance of defeating Mr. Douglas. It will be seen at a glance that a coalition or thitkiod before the people during a campaign of three month), ce meeting and bar raoulziog the exit emo men of each side, will result in a prrmanentooaluion, which, after the November , election, will be aesentially black repuollcmo ana abolition la its character; and that all tbe bolting democrats who go against regular nominations in Illinois, under tue pretext of fighting Mr. Deng Its, will And thomre <w in tbe future In the republican ranks. Ton etlecl of thw coalition, If it la successful, cannot fail to be precisi| ty what you bave predicted, by giving the Htate of Illinois ?which has bitnono been democratic?.over Irredeemably to the black republicans, xot only this year, but In 18tK). In this point of view your article is timely, and, as f have a'ready said, la producing an immense sensation It ha? b?eo supposed heretofore that Mr Burhtnan and Ms administration bad fome sympathy la thin war'are against Mr. Ikraglas. Toe real facte or the caie are now leaking ont, from day to day, until the origin and object of the conspiracy and the persons playing t*c moat pronimenl part in it are becoming known Mr. Cook, the I'oetmaeter of lire city, has within ine ia.it few daya exhibited to various persons oooiidentially a letter from Mr. Slldcll, Senator from Louisiana, urging Uie boittng demo rata to defeat Dcug'aa by all the means m their power, m matter whether It shall result to the election of Mr. I.itooln or any other blaMt republican or afeuitianiat, and pretending to quote the authority of the ad m in ir trail on for n?~ Interme idling in llliiol* p-nucs. It In aieu said that letters from Mr. Bright, uf In liana, are beim: freely used for the name purpose, and that Mr Coot pretends to hare a letter from Secretary C ibh en doming the position of Blidell. The conspiracy la belie red not to oxtund beyond thcae men and their Immediate followera, and looks to the democratic nonucation in 1900 rather than to lb# success and harm my of the demoaratie party. Toe issue which the Vni m is making and Uymg to engraft an a part of the democratic creed, clearly abowa that paper to be the organ of lb s clique rather than we expounder of the vtewa sad prtnciplee of the President, lor It contains a savage attack upon We recommendation of Mr. Buchanan, Wat the example of the Minnenota case shall hereafter be followed, requiring the constitution to be aubm tted to the people. Why are these assaults made upon We President a position, denouncing It m federal interference and CnagTess onal dictation an odious as abolitionism, naleea the object be to displace Mr. Buehabaa and all hla frtonds who agree with him la principle, la 1860, a* well as to get rtd of Mr. Douglat aa a rival tretore the Charteatoa Convention)' This a becoming the general impreeeion amoag fee democracy of Illinois, and la baring great effect la atimulatlhg them to united an J determined exart'ons. This fact.oa of bolters Is a mere fragment, c imposed of diemf>pointed, reckless politicians, who bare never been considered sound democrats. The lea lor who heads Weir Hate ucset, Mr. Iiougberty, of I'nlon county, hae bolted the regular nominations of the party for more than ha r the tune in the last tweuty years He waa a violent anil Nebraska man, denounced We author of the Nebraska bill aaJ all who supported it, and amited with We republicans la 1844 to defeat (ieoeral Shwlds sad eleot Mr. Trumbull to We t'nilod Slates Soante to bin place ! 'tin Reynold*, the ??dt candllete on the mm t cfect, Humped the St*to In 18&4 a^ainil tbe Nebreeke bill end against Mr Itouglan *? one .?f lie sup porter*. Tbe two leading Ken .n thie dtp who ere now engineering tbe toovemeot against Mr P-uglei were both Yea Raren elector* In 1%48 exeunt Cue enl while tbe7 bAve einoe pretended to oome berk to tbe democre Mr party, he** never pet been ebl# to ?* hi re It* . mildnec* So yon will Had it ell over the diet*. Men who here belonged to ell pertlee In torn* end to none Tor any eonaldoreble time, end who do not ooeeeee tbe conHdeore of tbe democratic party, becauao Uiey would not oonlorm In lie usage* end itn orgauire'lin. ere now combined with tbe republican* to defeat tbe dom *r*U; nominee*, ad especielljr to cruab Mr. Doaglei. 1 bare been *urpr'*ed el tbe e'l'iaoimity en t moleretlon lib wh en be in nble to denl with ell three htMtila ele menta. U* eppeela directly to tbe democracy o. tbe dta'.a enl tbe Union, to ronauut'ooel men?mm who adrora'n eet o?al prln. ipie* and nre m p wed to *ecuonal pertlee bate nw support. He doflr.ee lua pr.ac.ipla* slowly no I dtaliaeUy, to that no men cut miriulcnienl them, lie tea*en e direct uwno with almiitlonlcai, fraasofilsm end reaetirtani of ell mod*. H* declare* himself tbe foe nf al' ?ec"(v,el agitator*, end toviteo ell mee woo support tbe . eWi'.ti m *i.d the r'f :,!* rf 'he *j*ti'?, a-d ?*e ?? tioaai nr(tm aauoas end aecunsiel partin* to rally under tbe democratic organ nation no Uio only oae wucn ceo preserve tbe I'plott. ft m evident from tbe indi. attorn which been already beea fumtahed that tbe maee-w of the peop'a are wita him and era determined tosneiain bias. I predict that Iliinola will give e larger dam tcrel'r. m?r>rfty (his fe<l Ui- the bw dm* for mat v year* rhe pride nf the people ie ar. .ted. tvr | atnotism te rached Ifcay abr nk fr m the lisun >n um menu and re vol u (h.u \ ! ? i-i.ee sr.. Mr. 1..0. in ai. I bin sup prrtera: Uiey 'ear the result of nectloael perPns, whi.-h wiet, if tnoeenful, n?u t In eMeee ng the people v tbe two nertien* and to weaken its the bui'ia nf tbe I'oinn What I bare aalii Of li iron may o" ?a*aii n ioc mau oat of Uio darr.otrary la all the Nnrthwaatom *'aie?. la Indiana moat o( ih? - aa 1 iom* for OM|rn? .ion imad br the de.n -a y oc u?iy too poaltn.n of Mr luurflaa. Tony ar? aail laooaipino. an I op wed to Uio Kogli'U bill, but ere willing to abide by too [? nlar tH* under It, and bona to t!w '? .Tutoat ci wr1 by the al?r i in In Re-mat, and Oia ilemiara'k) p*rty reunited upon tta ?ld baaia. Cat. Walker?a gallant democrat, of lb? antl Leoomptidi tar r -bai *t baan n<mli..'led Tor C>ngra?a in tha lAbnrt* dtntri't, d Indiana, n th food twoe,-* na of <? ? orar Mr Oilfag, tbe oa k republican member ri a rrten<ia ere confidant ihat be will oa t'o'-tad nalwt U>a oouree of the Weaii ngton l ni. n eod of tha clique of pa'ttloiaoa who ooatr?: h, ahall rnm ? a rplu a t.iat -lata ? mtlar to tha one ttaay ara trying to fat up in lie no* An anti torn mpum mar, op.ioeod to thr Kop wh bill, baa also hoaa nominated in tba -tmtri-t m Itdma whir.h in now rapraaaotad by fenarat F dey Ha la a aonn 1 damorral. onnformt to tba nmgaa cf Iba pany in all tbtcfg, and, lika Mr Poaplan, la eaalnua to aaa tba narty tarmoni/ad on aooad principles, ar t will uy-toabte lly lie elected iT the harmony of iho party ta not dtauirbed by thle fart ooo coarae wbi-h w baiag purine I. In tha diatnrt lataly rapr.w. otad by .1 ?lin U l??ria, to In l ana, an anil locompton man haa b? n BOOUae'd *,(? f, P pro-peria of an-mm. la Mr llnghaa' dmnrt tbora 14 a dir m of the party, wltn two ran". ra? > . aodnlataa ir tha llald, one la- mi t .o an 'ha otbar ant'l-?",mp?n which will probably h |bo . ff?rtof ale- if arabMhli ran It Iba Umii -at , arty K baa'an lo that d 4 r > It will ha owtrf ? Irly t? tha "iraa r id b* tha Watb IBV'"" ' ?!> > ' -I 'M I I ( 1 < n .<0> I.IT ? I'm i - ' iMMf 0*?: of |V> 1 *, lull), t'lire > me P*rty te ' ud rot. (',n?tii ) defraud All of thie di* r? in? n f*i denvorelu-party retell' l1"1!; l-imf-c >'ir?? po"?' '1 la 1 '.lino* In err<. iray r* di-.< one and d'qnr?n!?tu.? There < nroat njrnpatcji thrrigliont ".he entire N Hin?rc# wnb the Illint'r denx* racy, in r>? of the f?'I lli?' ho wee Urn only Mteie the* never <11J do<.ert ber Mir et a jvreiileHml ele<l>?n, and hen neror oa't her electoral vale Maine! thr d?too-relic r* it'le'o. H-ri ii inielo harmony Witbtheeenitmrnt* rf reven teatbeof the ptople upon U?'? qiiM' >n, who MM remain aetnclnthe le<m erotic or?ao ration and -reed am fey ever did, they d i . tr to bar- an' rntroTrrny In (he ,'arty c- of pai' '"?. they are an* one lennMaie the aim n'ntrefi ?n of I reaideot li'h iionan ai l render it an ;eptnt>le to Ute l-so| ie an p-*? hie and will do < r no anM .?< ,e fictd nem Hi m on tbie I'"'mpmn >n ho I' prnecnpt in ! to be Tinted ipon ail wbo hal r. >l? 'MCD'h c ioi u llooe lr " . r ?|,| oa i'.ni to h< ie m, i ?nd ' ? ere to be fnirtne.l and pee?ec< tod Ik euro ?y three rme^ rnUoan marirti iaa, rii< r m and le eet mnel bo the <v>n erqiietre in all the Horth reatrrn > iter 1 here Jeat r?l irned from ntmir Mironfh nort no of Wroorntn, and hare it?t?? wine- <d rr> <re co*h.,?'?en and a mom unaalmoae *?(ttiment nay where then I (bund in 'iiet M.nte *n bebalfft Menem,- f\ -ly'a- and hie met* >o I' an into# f halt bn farond unon the de n crony of W>> - i by wti < h tl ey o'o binud It <b .en b?i?re. > , ? I M.~Vrr t ? f ' r- ? n . .1V the n ?j . 'y of the* a v il ft w in tb< I . f I m,in Senior, while they will deeply regrst the neoesstty that ounce la them to separate from an administration which they are anxious to anpport and aualaln. Tbey do net understand why It la that a system of persecution is kept op upon a peat ieeoe, which can only renolt to the benefit of buck republicanism and tbo deetructico of democracy. 1 am informed that the same slate ol feeling exists throughout Iowa and, indeed, in a considerable portion of lliseouri. You will perceive that many of the Missouri papers which nave heretofore denounced Mr. Douglas and his course are now taking sides with him, ss the only means of insuring the harmony and suooeus of the party in that .State. These facts may be relied upon, and sustain your position in the article to which 1 have referred, that the dofeat of the democracy in Illinois in the mode proposed by the Washington Tnion will Inevitably bo the defeat of the democratic party In the I Presidential election of 18fi0. 1 agree with you, that It Is unfair towarda the President to believe for a moment that he can deeire such n reault at approve of the course which is oalculntcd to lead 0 It If we are te preserve the organization ol the party and to defeat the black republicans in 1800, ws must let by gonsa be bygones, and rally the party as n unit upon i la old platform, leaving nil matters in dispute touching the true construction of any article In that creed to be adjusted by the Charleston Convention. The resolutions of the State Convention of Illinois are tolerant and liberal In this respect. Tbey do not make anti Iocomptooisui a test; they do not proscribe or denounce any man who differs with them upon that subject; tbey declare that they will abide by the Cincinnati platform an it was adopted, and as it will remain until changed by the Charleston Convention, and that they will proscribe no democrat because of a difference of opinion in regard to I-ecomplen, provided he supports the nomination* or the party. If this liberal and generous course shall be pursued towards all democrats who ditfer In opinion upon put issues or minor points, there osa be no difficulty In effecting the reunion of the party which will give it mora strength than it has had for years j?aat. iliO aniUM' UN wavu uwuiw HUU p??i iuuu punmuu i bu led oil In tbis work of conciliation, which, if followed. will unquestionably roe to re harmony, rigor and nntty to the democraltc party throughout the entire Union. I may write you another letter when events shall transpire which 1 may think of Interest to your paper. Our Madrid Correspondence. Matmin, July 17,1868. Difficulty with England for Abate of Spain in Parliament? Prance Warn* Portugal Not to Visit Her Vesxelt,and Desir ex Frienixhip urith Spain?The Oidium anil the GrapeAmount of Skerry I Vina Imported?J 'reei-lent Pierce in Anilahuia?ChinercProeprrity in the Philippine 1*1 and*? Foreign and other Ap]<ointm-:ntt?Com i>my Formed to Lay 7i i 'graphic Wire* fn/m Cuba !/> the Unite-1 States and the Spanish Main?Ike yueen Goes on a Journey tjAsturixs ami Ta!.cs expressive Leave qf '.he Diplomatic Corpt?7he Nt.ui Count. U of Slate, tfc. Within the week ino Spanish government has sent to the English a novo touching some language used by Lord Ma'mosBury an J the Bishop of Oxford, respecting the con duct of this country with regard to the slave trade carried on bolwcoa Africa and Cuk.a, a tuple that if nut handlod dip'omatically well, may lead to tome, still further cxproe iona of opinion. No doubt that billot is just the thing; it is from the pen of O'ltonneil nimself; having not a word too little nor too mnch, and tempered to the proper lono. All Spain has confidence in him?for that be will mark the line with hie pen for a proper adjustment, and leas ho will not take, any more than IT he hud laid it off with hisaword to he decided by a buttle. He will prooably call England brigand, braggart; but so excessively One that there will be nu such expressions any wn?re to oe found. I have heard on most excellent authority, that the other day at the Paiace, on the cocniug in uf the now administration, wus directly received irom Purls the order ol' the Legion of Honor for tee Intacta Don Alfonso, a matter that the newspapers and clamored tor as convenient from the time of the child's birth, until ti>ed of writiog they turned to fresher subjects, forgetting it altogether, an that to enhance the uosor ar autograph note list come with it from Napo eon, and a dupl cute star lor the Conde l.ucenu btmaelt, though some say he wax put in possesion or that honor at the time of nis d'etat in July, 18 W; but be that as it muy. It Is too heavy to he relisted by uny ripaoiard,and the Emperor, should the fact get wini, will learn for the thousandth time that Spal l is nit I Hi* fnr tha ventikitkm of a Frenchm^ii't opinions, whether good or bad Hut that great man i? hinu" If doing a lltUe quiet negro business, and w.il not be inter/lifted tie has warned tbe Portuguese, as we bear by telegraph from LlRbon, ibai about J any of b*a Mi jesty a vest-els of war look'nto any 01 bis merchantmen tie will lead ibem to the bottom. Jobn Bull may tbmk wbal be pleasus or thia all rod to bte ally, ae well 01 tbe motion at the name time of holding out of a friendly hand to tbe Spaniard. Tbe Don appears to be neitncr pleasod nor touch ibterertod In them.- pai la that are playing out, except that he Aids It difiiiuit to ctmpreosed bow that larguage m tbp Biltlab Pari amcnt, to insultingly him, should not bo considered at ail lojurieua to tbe r nonor by tbe pcwerlot A merit an people, that they can hear it said 01 them tbere by tbe head of the church end tbe bead of tbe Stale that but for Great Britain, tbe breadth of ber morality and tbe force of her lmpcndtog armament, tba rich laland of tbe Spanish possest-ion Would be wrested from IU owner* and appropriated by citizens of tbe t'tilted Siatsa. Tbua little is tbe p.'or mind ib.nk.ing of the achievements of Pelacgo, talking ae nothing about reli glon and gropirg as it were in tbe cells of Csvadongy Tor some truib loat and loft tbere by tbe old prieew, not suspecting the intense lights of a Iresb civilisation. Tbe oidlum, which made Ita appearance some weeks ainoe in the vineyards of the province of Cadiz, fortunately to this moment has not ocade great progress; thocgb the grape crop la far from being secure, as it is out uatli tba fruit baa raacbed a stele of Jutoe that it la safe from the attack o| tbe evil. Tae wet is somewbal feared, tnough tbe actual fall of water so far bae no: been Immoderate aay where In Jbe Peninsula,except Valencia, witnio the latt two weeks, for It baa been obeer red In otner years that the oldium gathers strength with every increase of moisture. 1 he great arbors at the I'lasa de Mine, near Cadiz,ba% e all to a few vines been eels id on, a circumstance not unexpected, as all experience baa shown that tbe high bowers are earlier and more violently attacked by the disease thaa are the plaata trimmed to a low staff. Tbe amount of wine exported from tbe province of C?dtz In the first e.x months of tne ysar is leas than lliul sf the tame hum 1a 1867, the dirwcace being about 14,000 botaa:? XXipmiU. frrm Xrrtt. Prom Purrtn. 1 ondnn 3?, W2 25,001 V Dublin 0,379 039 W I iverpool 5 083 3,03 J lilaagow 2,370 135 U*b 1.702)0 00 Southampton IM _ Bis f Ml 450 ? Hull .UO 870 New York 181)0 ? libralar 172)0 ibOU llartelllee 33 ? Havre dt (Jrace 30)0 12 Riga V ? Alicante... 0 ? llnnlin 1)0 ? 91. PetereburK ? 4,907 10 Tamp CO ? 2.350 BoaUiu ? 496 Rio laaeiro ? ?o Qanbwi '..... ? 32 8 OKapora..,. i..? ? 10 M. ? 4 Carl-hamn ? 3\ Taogler ? 2 Unborn: ? 1)0 Total of arrob* 54.393)0 40,142)0 R it over ?M? rbarmiLc oouutry an I that of Cordova, Seville, i.rai.aia. where toe Aaerman Ulaiater baa of late baen virltmg, that 1 featdaat !'; rc* m now unveil.ng, hiving re??ntiy gone limber from Uab >a, by tba way the taal lo iiibraiiar and Oadiz H i? the iloent ?eaeou of the year now la that no per b land of the Oelipbe, waere, m the morning, Use aoow la brought I rum the peaae of the mouatalna to be taken at nighi o eheebat, with ilgtfretsn aod Micky with their own boner aod grape" of every tba| e and color. Tka wait to hear abettor that re<i m it m a t etala Ibr Irn wad lata aimi<*K*. uk rg in iba dookeye and raaMnate. and tba able bodied Arlaioetan, b' mtug the pay oounog, in giriair Dim tno ? of Urn MMi There ia >l>vit nap Hit.1 of that reentry, it le aai-1. anbject lo pmepemef an 1 Oilloguptua ri< heat In the aorld nm?ig Wit m m Main ran***, flt for wh'ii and ol raa wine rhr il mriahiaf condition of Up lliiiippiae lilac J?ta the ufciect of remark, and la judge of Ilia cniuplaut* Ibat noma to the Court rrnm mere. il ta owing, la gr<>4 part, to Iht energy and entwpnaa of Uir Chmeee. II M attd taat they abeorb rverythog owimerce, Hip aril, and all thi broach ta of industry; Ibat thptr exocsiiea aumbera crowd op tha capital, and Ibu aaoli la Ihe rape er<-n Id Um> prov nnea. A petition baa ram forward hegguig aoine rb*< k mght bp put an thane abun-a, and Utat nar re forma be introduced?at lenat to id* atteot of p*oh hittag lb? ( 0'nam an from hating auyinlug In do wttb mm merne It la Ibe old atory?Uip r<aaon for an pel I ng oooa Ilia J?nri and Ilia Moort from tlim paainaitla? Ibey are too induauioua. Bee daa IDa foreign apprtotmenle?*ot?poe?d la tnr lent m likoly to take place, and wbir.b bare alaco been made? are tboae of Torre Ayblon. M nlater In Portngal tranat.T*..1 In li.ilrla and Itiav ai ia n n IT of Cee'.o f" tilel. of All'Ho (Iftlwno. transferred to Portugal from Turin, Parma, Tuecahv , Ac . of fMego Oof Ho Qnant-la, appointed it Tuecany, Hardin a, Ac ; and of Tall'* Olroo, Poke o* " una and uf Iaiaotado. to Ku?atn~n poet that magnificat nobla fill! at hla own coat. The Department of Ctlwial Affaire, (l/irrrrim dt f'Ur*m*r.) la pot ander the charg t of Auaueto t'lloa, formerly ? inn se ..rotary of ? ate, rlct letdro idea Arguable*?la tte oatnm a boreai of the Caere taryrhipof ttar, (now filled bp D'fi.n.noll. Uh-atoer W'ta the Presidency of the Otuncll of Mtaiefm ) to the Tap unrv 01 the port of H?. ana la appo.at vf 0>n Joan B*?tteta la/?ga, Capta'n la Uie tavy The onmorona dally paperr of Mi frit here been engage I the paat week fn dlwunaio* tho ubiac'. of a royal gran to a Bpanlab and Hpantah American company , wa rh pro tceo# the laying of a enhma-lae tel-grathio cable from Otba to Naw York, and alio to farm c omit true'ton* o. I ka character between that Itlend and other poio'e In ih ffrat Indian arolilpelago, a< al?o. In dlfTaraat dlrerilant, with the -panlab Natn Tbo propowtloo he* b?eo ntlre-rally well received; and from the truar.ia thrown ar.viod the propo-ed charter, an w?n aa from the high roepect* billtv of tfce naoiea naaw autl? being iboee of btnkera ard mm of \? litlcal ataodtng?H noloubUtlly rc-eiree the confidence of the government of the Queen. Too support from Ravana, in :ta degree. la not loan Wrong. Toe nodee'akiog < order the rot# n.aiagcmeut of H<>reuo J. J rny, Pen , nbo In nlaa tbo draigner, and la eairf to bar* planted the .*11,pan an t arranged ton partkminr* of tbo proposed charter, in all ita parte. Ho w*i; are all i-,<r-e*ta mate to hear and the nafrl v of the pobltc eocwred, that, from pfrfenl nitpeara?'en, there cut b* no toubt the royal concertino will be given wuntn a few weeke (>n ihe 2'at of the month the ?jn-en win leave MvfrH fbf tJ jon,going by wav of Vallal'did, a >mpnii?a<i by the King an l he? children'. the Hecrctvry Of ?1 ?te oeng to a ten acre n?r Royal Sighnaw proponee to pave a flew weeks n lie Principality o' Avt"HM, and p?rnapt mtg eitend her joiiroey toGetC'e. fbe If e"tef of Ihe Na?v roea tl tl i r hy ?*> , t > :< e C'.lt '*11 1 f*"e ft*' n?-v tf wart'ahelfa fa: 1:?, t'llca, pw.t*ro, aod -'an t "a IBW YORK HERALD, TIL rw, on lb? arrival there of the Queen and consort The retinue will be very email. Beyond Ihooe mentioned, toe pereoce of moat estimation are the Chief of the Halberdiers, the Duke of San Miguel, the Duabeea of Alba, and Marabal <> Donne 11. Yesterday evening her Royal Majeety received the entire diplomatic oorpe present at the court, In an audience of leave, which may be considered aa wiahlng those august gentlemen good healths and appetites in her absence, aud as entertaining u lively hope that notwithstanding the weighty business tbey have in hand and the tmmeneeiy com plicated difflu Hits they each and all have toeettlewitb her government, ehe meet earneetly hopes she may not have the pleasure of seeing a single mother eon of them until she gets bock to Madrid. A royal decree has Issuod, giving a new organization to the Royal Oouncil, hereafter to be called the Council of Btate, Vonsqo de Estado. It ie in ten articles, the most Important features of which are that tho new organization la composed of the ministers of the cabinet, a preaident, thirty two couosellorc, one law officer and one secretary. Tho members shall have an annual salary of 00,000 reals \ lion ,$8,000) aud teverally the title of tocelencia. The qualifications for scats shall be an age not lees than thirty yeais. and to have been President of the Senate or Chamber of Deputies, a Cabinet Minister, Captain General in tbe army, Ambassador, Vice President of the Royal Council, President of one of tbe supreme tribunals or of tbat of accounts, a minister of those tribunals for a term not lees then three years, Royal Counsellor in Ordinary, Lieutenant General of the army or of the navy. Ten of the member shipe may be Oiled by peraona notable for their acquirement or great aer vices In some arm of the government having also by virtue of their particular offlso discharged the duties of ?, His. The names of the parsons tba compose the Gmsejo Ue Estaelo have jest appeared In the decreea published In the official gazette, and are aafol tows:? The President. Martinez de la Rosa; Counsellors, the Conde de Clonard, Rodriguez Vallamoode,Garcia Gallardo, Ruiz de la Vega, Pacheco, Pidal, 4010010 Gonzalez, Bertran de Lls,Gomt/. de Laaerna, Pastor Diaz, Bermuiez de Castro, MarqurS de Gerona, Marquee de SemeruehM, Infante, Loxan, Cantero, Lnzuriaga, Lands, Mayans, Cataus, Garcia Lambs, Heros, Sierra y Moya, I/jpez Balloeteroa, Oaveda, Tames Bevia, Antonio C&bailero, Antonio O.aneta, Eecudero, Lite vanes Calderon, Zumga y Linarea, Queaada?32. Considering the character of the Consejo by this list for "a liberal onion" of parties. It is not altogether the Pantheon that was expected of harmless old gentlemen whom a sop and an honor would quiet until it should pieaeo Sod to call on them. OurPlstatoga Springs Correapwnalenoe. i'nitfji pi atks iiotet ,) Saratoga Situ mis, July 30, 1868. ) A Touch of November in July?Fir a, .Shawls and Overcoats? Siatislics of Arrivals?Dis'inguithed Gwsis? Ultimate of Visiters on Iland?Carious Jit volution 1 rt J^tll Dress?The Quakers in the Ascendency?A Qua/or Meeting at our Table d'Hote?A I'erpl-ring Question? Adince to Invalids worth He numbering die., Ac. Fires, thick ahawla, overcoats, rubbers and umbrellas are all useful articles In their season; but at Saratoga, in the full bloom of tho summer campagn, (bey are, as one of our youog belles has datolily expressed it, "a horrible bore." Yesterday, ou arriving here, we were ushered in before a lively tire In the parlor, and a cluster of divinities aroucd it, as demure and comfortable as If U it were a day of "fasting, humilaitton and prayer." This morning we lind that the threatening clouds which have been thickening and blackening around us for a week, have settled down into a regular core astir, and "the cola November rain'' bu brought the tires and wrappings of winter into active requisition. The usually gay and bustling activity of the village bas been superseded by a general collapse. If the place were under siege by a beieaguring army it could t carcely woar a more deserted kud melancholy counlouance loan under this chilling and cheerless rain. And yot I have no noubl there are upwards of four thousand visiters in tne village at this moment, an 1 that two-thirds of the number have come deliberately for whit Captain Nlmrod WildRre would call a "high old time " At this house, "the states" as it is called, there are, including children and the servants of visiters, sums uine hundred gurus to be provided for; and "seeing is be'teviog.'' We were placed at first amon;* a large ptrt y of c-ilonlstt? tbat is, we were billeted at a convenient priva'e bouse; and it was only through a onerous cscbange, clfectrd by our landlord, tbat we nave since succeeded in procuring a lodgment under the root of our b.-eaxrasl tsblo From the extent of iLie great and thoroughly disciplined etiah llrbment, including its collage appendages, it ought to oe snflloient for the stowage of one thousand |>eople aud friD this estimate aud iron the numbers da'.ly colonized, nine bundled for " the dtitee" is not extravagant. lbs aggregate arrivals at the principal b >leis hsrc yes ten ay, according to their respective registers, were as follows ? 1'ntted States Hotel 71 Union Hall 49 Aitgress Hall 7U Columbian Hail 27 Marvin House gf> American Hotel 1 Btndb's Hotel 7 Park Place 7 Commercial Hotel 9 Uxcbange Hotel 0 Total fi Add to these the arrival# at other bousea, and she grand tots' for yesterday (a cold, cloudy and very uaravorable day) were probably uot leea tban three hundred and fifty Upon the whole, the present season will perhaps bs as good for the hotels as the last. Among the notsbtUUes sow at the Plates are Baron Mtoeekei, Russian Minister, I.e Oompts de Treiih?rd,-^c retary Freteh 1/egatlon; one or two attack * of the Kpaoish TewetiMt 11 ran I sarins Cseturer (Inn Us CftsieaM LouleUna, ax Secretary of War. ex-Governor Seymour and other*, Including quite a sprinkling of tbe dark eyed bidalgne, senoras and renorttaa of "the ever faithful Island of Ouba." Should Mr. Buobaeao succeed la the annexaMan of "the llower cf the gulf,'' and should her people be citizen teed, after Ml* fashion of General Kearny with the astonished native* of Nee MlMM ll to my, a town full at a time, by proclamation from some housetop overlooking (he plaza?the visiters from Cuba to our summer resorts would doubtless be Increased to time* and hundreds Instead of lens and twenties, liber ! ally scattering their money from New York all the way round br the lakes. Niagara, the SC Lawrence, lake Cbamplsln, lake George, the White Mountain/*, Saratoga, Newport, k<- Moot of these now bore bare male, or will make, what they designate, this wpopr a four iu monde. Wben we were last bare, several years age, the fashion of fall dress lor dinner was so much the rage that, to an appreciative philosopher, old "beoby" or "old hubby," the visible array of the charms of the ladles was perfectly dar.r.lmg to behold But what a change ha* rime over tbrse spirits of our dreams of that day' It may be the 'Inclemency ef the weather," or It may be owiug to the m'stertous Influences of the lato great religious a sakenlog. or perhapa wo nay charge this wonderful revolution to the tloauctal revulsion of lb'>7, or perhnp* to tbs latest caprice of the Kmprese Kugenie, or something of tost sort: but whatever the causa, the Tact I* most remarkable that, instead of Me hitherto liberal manifestations of scowy ' necks and shoulders at tbe dinner tables of Saratoga, tbe exhibition of high necked drsaars yeiterdar at the lalIf d Kate of "tbe States' was as perfect as anything of tbe kind r juld be at a Quaker meeting. It wee a aurpries ?It was a damper?It was a problem a* perptexiog ae tbe square of tbe c.rcle: It had the look C a conspire ly, tbte remark.*fie tpecu le of several hundred fashionable lad us si diencr, all bnt'oced up a: close to the chin as lbs Marin# corps of Govarncr's Island Now, la tbe abstract, your woll Ted matron it en irely rigat la adhering invariably to the high neck system bat wben be* breuCiu! daughters adopt ner fashion, and Hedalnfully deprive as of any vi? ble I lea of their exHillH perfections, except their eyee and noses, we must be frank eaough to say that we consider t a n? - "it abridgemest of our em*t.l-i ti"nnl rtghls Wholly nnprepa*ed for this Quaker meetins at clneer. we thought that, oerhans. In the bill room we ro*bt be favored with aome'.hW nnrr to aceotdaaca wib mr eereoty Or* years' flee* (old men. remember,) of full drew: but m the evening's nop I tbe HU'ew ?t the t 'uioo . et'Viofreea Hell, tie seme raid ad her k>ti to toe htk??<i eect nf toe old I'linum ?u the order of tbe a ghl We charge it me oiy to the ?et lb?r?for it oeo ? be the le*h?o ead ?re era ewatttog anil mwly for a clear day ead hot too, Ui the hope the', thet Wit tettit too qneet >u ?* net the g takers end the rorlitoe Hoe'ly, for tbe proa. el In it be ue lereto.od the* -*re toga ib tbe etvii-ue* r*e*oo belongs to toe iter lee of pleeeore, ead not to la veil 1e who inhere lo tbe virtaee of Cnrrree n eler. Tbe trrelm he.I h -uer driak tt ef home, et twenty ire rente e hott r. if he moot here it for no tfe'Dif bet e k"*>l orretltntion cen stand tbe ?tn;>? ro et Saratoga, even Tor a fortn gbt ead toe * ?trk men" bare mnrt atetd be ea lev end or e philosopher to reetat tbe temptation M the gaf world arruad btm. 4sevo<ieg. Djeri ot? damsel obesrved tble moraing, " T.ord bleee trior iioirfct eoai we Joe't come were m to a water core?If we did, we wo?Id go to the weter rare rtowe the rtreet. end he wrapped ta wet ebeete half tbe day, ead live na bran breed end t"n?res* water bet thet s el ametnre? we ram' hero for foo ead well, 70a may guess the rent.'* Commissioner* of (emigration. Tbe refuler weekly meeting of theee Commieilooer* we# held et the office. la Worth etreet, et three o' clock ye# tcrdey afleraooa?ti'lllan Verpleack, K?q , rreaidettt, m the chair. 9trerel arenanta ware ordered to be paid I Of IDITimniWP U Hir IIIWI ?|'| J'HIW m lll',uir.J ,Uf? the claim* of Mr. Gregory, lata keepar of tho iieepi'al baltOlng* rtPegtna'a Point, rapjrted that thera wa* no legal nor moral obligation on Ui? luard to pay Mr. ore cory anything beyond aha' wan agreed apm at f r*t, ntmely, 5i a day to oorer all eipw>?*a. Hat thry t'f?r thr'"-* recommended the rayaieot of a few Ilea* la h; bill, amounting in too whole to $27. The propotitK* wa* agreed to The following I* the weekly Ma>nxat laid before tb? Board ? Fiu'granln arrhrtd to.fuly 2$, 1MI 44.Sit " 11 "Inca to Aagnrt 4 $,531 Total 45.05s To *?ma date in 135? 113,359 1555. 1H57. 1$55 Tnmatae on Ward'r lalan I l.J '5 1,319 1,0Vt . " If trine Hnepilal 145 1<?0 1M Total VWO 1.2 JO Paltrier m bark lac nary 1.19f>$ $41,155 59 /tggragate receipt to.taiy 25,1555 $105,054 59 Received unce to Actual 4, Tor commutation of alien pawengera 7,115 00 ?? 115,112 5$ Total $I47,$P5 45 Meb\irMm?ntn a* per prevljw acco-mt to Jnly 25, |5(5 . $126,725 50 Pa'afceof C^^T'^>t??^on#ra 'and $R>,5<? ?5 Tha Htavl tb*a a-'juiT'e;, n? further bugmeei V of an';. LFRSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1851 The Negroes In Comnell. W1BT INDIA EMANCIPATION?THE END OF THE NEW BEDPOKD CONVENTION. New Bedford, August 2,1858. Tb# Convention reassembled at half paat two o'clock, and prayer waa offered. Fire members of the Society of Friends, dressed in foil Quaker oostame, entered the Hail and took seals upon the platform?Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Howland, Win. Penn Howlasd, of New Bedford; Mrs. Mary Nichols, of Whitehaven, England, and another Quakeress. The H wlands are among the richest families in New Bedford. A song wis sung, entitled "The Slave's Lamentation," Iter which Mrs. Mathew Howland addressed the Oo ventkm. This lady Is a very One looking middle aged wcman. As sheroee tospoak ahe quietly removed her Quaker bonnet and stood In her plain cap. She addressed her black brothers and sisters with much solemnity and feeling, exhorting them to serve God faith tally as the best means of removing their dliabilttiee and Improving UieOr condition. Our worst enomlse, sho said, are those of our own household. Her address was purely a religious one, nnd at its ooncluskw she with her riiendn withdrew from the Convention. The President began to urge the brethren to hurry up their speeches, but without much success. A gentlemanly barber from Boston called for the reading of the reeolu lions, but being opposed by Mr. Esmond, he withdrew his motion \ whereupon the President caused two of them to be read. Rev. Chskucb W. Dkniro* (white) now took the platform. This gentleman is a Baptist preacher, whilom an editor, and was Consul at British Guiana under Prank Pierce. Be said that he had longed for the proper time to come for him to present to his countrymen the knowledge be bad gained of British Wett India emancipation, and he thanked Cod the time had now come. Mr. D. went on at some length, but flailed to throw much light on this dark subject. He allowed that the emancipated negroes did sot take much pains to justify their emancipation, because the money paid by tho government fortnem did not go into their own pocketa instead of their masters. The arts locracy threw obstacles in tne way of success, and It pleneed the f.ord to throw a drought in the way but be would pledge hvs word as a Christian thai every nigger there was willing to work ir he could be paid ae much as he aaked for hut labor. He wouldu t work for e man who didn't pay?he'd see him hung tlrst. (Cries of "To he shoah," "list's right.") The reverend gentleman began to expatiate on tne improved condition of i he colonies, when be was choked oil' for a while by the reading of a report from the gmmmnm oo Rules. The rules only limited the time of the speakem, and was rejected. Mr. Detlson got the tloor again and bored the audience until he was again gagged by the reading of tbo Urrd Scott resolutions. Me Ored a Parthian arrow as no at down, by saying that ne intended to apeak again le pursuance of Uim eubject. Rev. Father bksson, from Canada, the original Cede Ti.rn, speke to the Ored Soott resolution. His ideas were ireoborent, his Isnguage difluse, and his speech wry much in tho Srutnern negro otalect: but Uncle Tom put tbo Qrst bit of life into the convention that it had yd received. Reuiond bad called him a Canadian disnarag'ngly, and the old fellow retorted lb r. be did not come there as some others had, to "gat"?he wauted to see something none. He landed OhMMM a? the only couitrv on which he bad got his foot where he was perfectly tree Be thought the Ored Scott decieiou the 'Woes (tull dat eber come out ob a man s motif." He waired ibem la move in the richt direction, but didn't know what tt At way was; but above all, be ' wanted do goose ccokod in time." His speech wm i iter larded with remarks which by their oddl.y and blull crarieness ke dt toe aucietice in a roar. v Mr. Rvmond#i*)io t? a f!u?ni sad fiery orator, it'ose and rebuked UWaged fugitive in .to indiga*nt strain. Ilia object In coming to the Convention vw to induce the colored men of Ifnorucbuiei'a to defy th? (te lit ion o' Judge l.tccy in all ua practical beiiriog* upon them, nod not to indulge in levity to create a laugh. He Intimated that He i hod was afraid to stay here and help to fight the ba'te, bit be catne into tue States, when he wanted money to live upon in Canada lieuson was lor making tne best of thing- Hfere aud in (juiada; but this making '-i.-v.-f ' things" was what kept the colored men down ax they are In Pennsylvania. The colored met) In 1'eoDnyhaola ought to refuse to pay taxes until they are a'lowed to vote, aa they do in M iwtchutrtta: and ho wauu-d the cilored meu in tbia State to r.ive (he ini'itary to understand that until bey are grant rd equal rights with the wmtee. If everour-iouolry should, be invaded by a toe tboy will tike the side of too invaders hen the black man ban all hit rights, there will be no more manly and respectable cltlssn than be. It ass bla desire that all cowardly b'atlc men who are not wil bng to help to bring about this reform, should go to oanada or somewhere else, and stay there. For himaeif, be would say thitl ullhcugh Judge Taoey m'gat have nine edmiaitnn and wealth than htm. he wool ! deny, before Cod, all Israel and the Son, that be had any rgota sop<rtor to bis. Remond's remarks were received with en ihusla'm. Ronotr Miihiiih (black lawyer, of Boston) next took the floor, and after some preliminary talk complimentary to Remood and the chairman, r?marked that the Bred Scott decision bad tleited the colored roun's rights more deeply and universally than any other decision on law. He wee happy to knew, however, that it was not sanctioned by the bench or the bsr, from the highe t Justice to the lowest Chief Justice Shaw repudiated it, so t aaya that colored men have the same rtgnia aa the wbivoe. Mr. Morris de< tared that Me colored men had no right to go away from Maesachusetts, where they are ueeled 'o fight for tteir rights. He vciy modestly averred that attempts had been mate to selooe him to Liberia, where prospers tor the Chief Justice ship of the colony were held out to him, hut be preferred to remain In Boston and defend men of hie own oolor in the Police Court. After expatiating upon the work to be done here, where siavery is only to be aha llsbed by the strong arm, be denounced the Liberty (,'uerdt oil Boston in set terms, denying Ma', there wae la New Bedford to day soy colored young gentleman of cha- ns raanvuhilsx frffrn ILwtnn Jraued is s snMlar's uniform. Mr. Morris, who started the HtwiMoit (luarda In Bieton. and failed to keen the company together, eu Crtlcularlv aevere upon bin b-ethren of the Liberty tarda He then treated the Ored Hooit decWioo wlUi contempt, pawed over the chance which ha* taken place In New York In reference to prriultcee ap t net color, and awaited the Fugitive flave bill He believed Majiachunetu it about right He would put hie foot upon the law, and if any fugitive comes to New Bedford and attempt* are made to lake him back. let the I r lends telegraph to Boidon. and thence hundreds of man wouli come down toaeaiet in the rescue inhere It- trouble in Boston, let the New ivedrnrd men (of c >lor i come up there sad help the fugitive. Let the women oomc and spread around them tho fnlda of tha'r amp's . armonP. He told the doty of a big woman who, when bhadrech, the fugitive, wan arrested In H.etot, stoidnn the alalia of the Court r ? m wdh arm* akimbo, and tier "noble fret'' spread over the (lairs, an (hat nobody could para her, and when sho go', a chance she took the rutawuy oy thehalr and lifting blm up sa d, "hod blew ye, honey' have they got ye'r ' and carr.ed him down the stairs till he coeld take to hia hecla, and w;w neat heard <A la Canada. Father Haven* got the door, and chuckled a good deal at the (hiring op be had given Remuod fie ww gtad Kctnoad and Morns were gvog to light He bed no away because I he wicked pursued, a- d he ta >ugbt it ww tome times b*dt>r to rno like a man than light like dig?thai a good run la better than a bad ataod Father Hans* la scribed his fight with the ilriuah at Uiadentburg la the last aar. and repealed that be wanted nmetbleg doae , Mr We II W.ciw.of New Bedford. of a very (fnpwal inmplrxKn aid lugchr.cua manner, drprccated ramvkt wbkb would suae laegbter.a a'n to wha-^i oiored people ere too much lec'ined He felt aenoudy, aa<l he wanted the meeting to take a religion* turn He war wiled to 01 d' r The I'red Scott reeohi'lonr Laidog be-m deemed to* l*rg sad windy, were now rthJ^PaMHal t*? the orn n litre, alter which MPs earMfiaatctae, a ' >rtague?c young lady, with a alight taiat of African biool, read a p "ir in which (be came do an oe the fugltiva Mare hill, tl !>ui s -<hi oettaton ?ji i i.o:.ic arc in ?ns very ndin-ront rbyn-c*. The meel.og t"i?n ed)ouroe 1 till The tvenirtf eeeetco <ru opened <a t qotrter before tight o'clock. with ? colored enthem fhc Rue ueee Committee -eponel en eddltmel i>e?'J> of reeomtlneie. eone of which were mir eleertleementi f r certain mechanical tneenti jm of col -red wen Tne Pred soo'd reeo'elton wee how-omI) contrasted. rte foiew.au ere the only renolqtirne of inpcrianre before Ute One reel on f solved, Ihet the Orel He*< dnrtetvn end Heoointerpert. the Piipttlre M?ve bill, le tbe rre*te? ?r*| *<sd the m high bended tr.nrlce ever inflicted 'ipno eor rMw* of people, ?n1 we refer') end * CI tree' th? m e< eo-w "rmn'e rllleclee eld wtll mtet'betr riernt:nf of them et whelererooet Merited 1,he pnei'tm of the emeri -en church ?rd clerer to the emnee of obpreeeefl ml I lu>n a klth?iknith, end their complicity with the Pontbern church tn rerpetuwinf be hetnhle etetrte of Ameri tn elee-rr, eell for the n?ro>et end < nttb'iel protest end rel'tile of every lover of pure re.i |k>D eed every friend of wen Reeolved. IK! nniornd AmerWna be they olerevm.m or let wee. who anmete ere'eelaeU-el re'eUone w?t any pro alevery irfkntmituee, oaeapy Ihet reereuit puet.i >n to th'lr brethren end elitere tn bunde. equivalent to the', ef the tortet in 'he American Herol Uoo The Cnti**** invited one of the ingeo "ta ICecke to abow hie wech.ne lor patting oat dree, bat be wee not ("cr throning. Hr. J B. SntTTt, of New Bedford, w?t mw Introduiod to the eu'lienoe fhle epeeker wee e eery block end very 'lignifled pereon. He en melverted upon the dirt ectioce of oo'or yet eslettng Id Me?enc.liti?etle. enob tie plating be f'"< ihe oemee of bu-n mon up-.n the imt of vrtert too letter'.the exeloatoa of tha bl?<k man from tbe jury bo*. rtrtniu eoeial dtvm-t'one dlmty hinted at, k". Pawion to (ho I 'rod HriHI decleioo, ho daciarrd (hot uuder (hot !|.o role r- I p-oo h?? ti" r'ghu , on I V, . 'h? figit lovo o readered more n n?af? id b - 00 or Vet* ((> (.' >r 1 U> day tbu *?o pror torn R mi In <lt<) Too rrIig 00 *te 1 of the day were atruay'y lea-moted for prea-thln* (bo 1 dootr'oo <>f boll Oro. whereby they renleret tbo ! block man cowardly. It ?ai a ?oto'r. t>u four whleh preveated n "gro?a from at*erVru (bolr rtgbta by force. fbo wbtto maa p-eaohee war: ho boo attod of bottle*. bat whro (h* blwt m?o prop-we to . fk-ht againat tholr oppreeaoT* the white pr?aihere (ell tboin to "trait Novo time." Be tra* for cv o< off oil luperatltloue fear and etrlklsg for freedom now Cm n 1 e rion'-We I a m*r.< matter >if o ld*nt rt I* not really bellered to be of aay c ma?iaenae to anybody, and he wno would pretend ta droy any man b'e fjfhta an (he ground of ro?p!?*ion i* a fool ct a Knave Tna ob je>-tion ia wH made elnrerely, for if the b a*.ka were I r<|Oal I" tbe whttee la thl* rwontfy th?v wouM only hove to ray la tha white maa, "haid* off," am u*js >ai I lake hw hand* frctr their t iroat* Immadtatalr He wm tot ure that tha reaiaal of the olaaa trade wault not, order ficd'a prorlderae aad tbe Pre! Moll dor eon, give the Meek man equal righta hy increaiing their number* The Porter * ?pep. h waa raaairaff witn great ap.rlaoae and anmeraue grtne The Knaroe (tommtttee report# I tha* tbe tr?*a?ry larked twenty fire do are, ant oitamd pern?iea?u l> make a eol'ectlBg tour through the an ttenrv CtiAKta* I:?en Ra\n>vt> in th? tnvanahl'e took tbo etand, aad an, -,he l f irth one of tho?i 1 neecue* *t dh weVj* j?*r?' trill tn the ff?.?? ** '? fliim oj* erabl* 1 t m to r? a?x# f ill of the meat bate* apltiaoii ?n 1 (ba ta w rlrnlent denunciations. Be *u pioud or the accident of hie complexion, eo long m the pale reel A monetae ere proving tbemsel ree each scoun irele as they ere by their treatment of the black man. The Dred item de-clstou came in for a large aharn of vituperat on. aulfclarrtnoa and hia party were defended warmly. He denied tbst the old whig party, or liberty party, or free toil party, or democratic party, or republican party, ever had gi7eu the colored man the righte he baa obtained. Knpo dally was he glad that tha republican party bad at last repudiated them, For he waated a climax in thin matter. It appeared that he wasted a bloody climax, For he raid that if this Convention could pro Ju ;e an insur motion in Sooth Carolina it wonld do a good worn. He did not object to the revival of the slave trade, Tor this might bring a criala. Some black Willlxm Wallace would yet arise and commenee tbe work of revolution for free dom. Kemond concluded with aa avowal tbat lie was a traitor to the constitution, Congress and the Supreme Court or the Cnitod states. Ho wanted the world to un demtand that the colored men woull aiwsys be traitors to a pro slavery government?e government like this, which would bo scouted bv the Hottentots If Hod Al mighty has any thnndorbolts ne (Rernond) would invoke them upon the heads of the Uoited States government. Thum. M. CcturriK (blsck), of Liberia, made a eoporiflc speech, and sat down amid tbe most nxpreulve alien je. Bobkht Mokkis, of lloston, next look tho platrorm, and exTialiated noon the triumnhn nf ihn ....... , i> Uu? Ohusctts. He didn't ipee with the speaker who found fault with the arrangement ot colored names oa tne voting lists. He wna a republican, and wu always bound to tump bin district Perhaps, In the course of time, be would be rewarded like others by a seal ialhe Legislature. "And wouldn't I llko dotT' (ramullueu* applaone greeted this bold aspiration.) Mr. Morris recommended black men to yet money by industry, economy and temperance, and thus secure to themselves a higher influence. Immediate political action was urged upon bis New Bedford brethren, who might put their best young colored man upon the representative ticket and run blm In. He claimed that the black voters of bis district seoarel the eleolton of Ausoa Burling tme. He rehearsed with maaii glen the scenes of triumph on election night, in which the colored men participated. Morris' speech was received with enthusiasm No more business of Importance was transacted at the evening session, snd the Convention adjourned to Wednesday morning at leu o'clock. The colored members of the Convention were highly gratified at their success in keep lug the City Hall well tilled, in spile or thw opposition cele brsttons. Tits dam bake, at Dunbar's drove, was well attended, ord the banquet of shells was eaten to the music of the (colored) Providence Bran Hand. The military marched about and rhowdered to their own great satisfaction and the admiration of hundreds of wenclie*: but the mililarv ball was a complete failure, the managers having uuaooonnlablv forgotten to provide any music. At ono or the halls, wiiore a dance was advertised, a "kissing party ' was substituted, and the sable brothers and sisters varied their amusements by marching around to the tunes of revival hymns. At snothor hall a douce was kept up nearly all night, but tbe "festivities" were slightly mat red by the almost tital extinction of the gas near midnight. A Sad Story. [From tbo Detroit Free Press, Aug. 1.1 A man named Dr. Woodruff died at it. Mary's Hospital yesterday afternoon, and was buried by the Sisters of Cbsrlty. He wss taken there on Monday in a tit of lo lirium tremens, and tank during the period of bis stay until yesterday, when death released him of his torment. TO bis history during tbe last three years there is attached a tale of happiness, sorrow and degradation. It is the result of intemperance, that bane of all contentment in this world, and runs as fo lows ? About three years since, at tbe age of twenty-three, be married a beautiful young girt in Now York. At taat time bo was sober, Industrious and temperaie, and was a kind husband. His wife loved him at a young wife always loves, ani tfcey were hippy In the enjoyment or toe no* life wbiun opened upon them. This lasted a year, when by some means the young man contracted interapera<.o habits, which soon grew to such an extent that he was unable to control them. Being a man of strong taste* and panions he gave way to tnom, and ruined himself and bis family Some months since be moved t.> Ypsi lanti, where ins parents reside. Things went on from had to worse, until cotstaut abuse, neglect and il! treatment compelled his young wile to leave bun some tlx months sines. She oamc to Detroit In the hope of hading somo means of livelihood, but was disappointed. At one of tho hotels In the lower part of the citv she fell in with a mti, who [ riva led upon her, in a moment of doipa'r a', the foriorn situation in wnvh she found herself amice strangers, tc fcrsake the path 01 virtue He took her in a short lime Is s house on Broth street, kept a', the time by Harriet fry, since dead. Bcr husband followed her to Detroit, and, ascortsining Ccr plaoo of resideoce, sought bcr ?ui, threw himself upon b< r for support, and, in toe depth uf bis infamy, lived upon the price of bertransgression bhe gave him money to keep him from starving, and be spent tt for llqnor. Ate wni a beautiful woman, young and pleasing, and found plenty of friends and mcusy. Abe gave him all of the latter mat ne wan ed, and be speedily went into tush excesses that be became prrstrated. Unable to take cars or bim in the house whvre she 'lved, she rented a bouse known as the Oudoo lltnise, formerly a lavern, ou tbei corner of St. Aotolse and Wcodbridgc IrceU. and sot up a houte of tho same des cripUr.n as that In which she hid been living. Thus gaiaing a bouse of ber own, she took her hut band into It and nursed bim la bis dire extremity. Misfortunes never come singly. Some men, who bad not the fear of xbe law before thoir eyes. Invaded the bouse on Saturday night a week ago, and raised s row by a general smashing up of doors, wtodo** and furniture In consequence of ibis, the young woman, Altoe Woodrotr, was arrested on Monday morning fur keeping a dier. . t. r 1., I.,,.,-. K...- I.... I., r .1 .1,. im mm uirhli.1 lying in the bouse at the aime time, dying with delirum tremens She ?u put In Jail and the tame day win balled out and cave bond* to appear lor trial. She Ix < be tried to-morrow, In the TUcordar'a Cjurt, for a trim' forced upon ber by a man wlijse dying legacy war tbi feluo'a oell, and upon white reina'iii the laal tikena o allection will scarcely be expended ere Abe who a% r i tbeu will be brought tojnigment lor grievous traoagrea none agalnat law and society. Bucb Is ll'e. PBKSON Alw Ir R A. THIBRACnRAU HILL CALL AT 110 RAH1 Nineteen ih street he ?Ui hear 01 eemelhlaK to bis ad\an lege. T AM ARXlOtJRLT WAITINO FOR YOUR NRW Alt X dress Ton will hare soon that bottle of Krangipanl, As INFORMATION WANTBD?OF JOim RVARN; Wn?N last heard of waa at Wilmington. N. <5. By addreeelng R. W Rraas. U ltegrsw street, ttroiklvo. N T . he etll hear of snmelhlrg to his *d radars. N. B. ?North 1'aroliaa papers please copy. INFORMATION WaNTKP -OF MAK!? WiI.MlN, ANA tire of county Clare, Ireland. She baa llred here about terra years When heard from last, about four months am, she llred In Twenty thirl streei, la this city. Her samara. Anne sad Klixa tluealee, wb > lire at 47 (Treeawlch street, will be most stulotis to hear from her. OFRZ ?THR RAtltlAOR BBI.ONtlINd TO MR LO)?H* has liet-n recrlred from IJreroool. sod can ba had on application st the nffieeof Llrerp >->l New York and Phtladrlphia I.trsraahlp Company, lb Bn?d*a?. SF.Ol 1.1) 1I1IH bK tmUKIl Kit HI v-1 Haa'i .JAMKi' (Iraham 11 Is esrnentlr entreated he will send or rail for a letter adiiirtsrd to him at the New V .it Post olllce, M a iritnu " To A. I'.-TPK or-TRKO INTERVIEW OAR BE II AO *' No. 41 Wail a'.r-e'., room So 4, tin day, Thursday. at 11_A^M. iajst and wjiii Forsr?~ns ?vsday mormik i, outiir anon* at Cllftoa. a aai' boat painted jr?*n m ita i bottom an1 blank u tkc top, ahr narrtra a (lb and uia'.aaall; 'h* boat la lkft-at loop a\ ply o Jaiaaa Willi i. o< Ifca akaaa at oiifim LTiKT-oS-TIJ no IKVTANT. A HOLD FMCIL OA a*, *rk?d I? T. 'ban from c Th* flalrr will fca lib#rally ^warded by laaaiag It at Ml Brntdway. L<?t<?r "tolk5-a not* or mornmyw* lit*.o. ? lart tonrdrrofk A. *oUw Tba nubile la ?aitlno?d ajaiaat bmiaj aa*<l do'a ft A htlTroR, .m& Fourth am ObT-OJt RORMAT *V?!?IN^? AJOUSt 2, FR >d WO. j lg Raft Thlrtr Oral arraft, a amaH blank and taa Kl-rW doc. Anaw-ra to tka aaana of -'*aa. By ra'uila| am to Ho. IK ( >? Thirty cat frwl. or t2 Barlinf altp. ton dollari rowant wUI ba paid. T OtlT-C>)? TVKTDaY rkjht. about 8 OTLOCK. Ji ?*?r WaaHinf'. in mark*t abla-kaod tan tnrriar alot. *#ry fat; bad om a w.irkad nollar Wkr>*rnr will raturti bar to tbr hl*rnaa Houan. i'< hmadway. will rorotre Sa raward. post omCB ^IITIIT. r ..T , ,>* , K M'Tt. V TIIR MtllJt for i'AI'Kor ma and Ro i'h Pari II* roaat. pnr I'alted RtaU-a IkraaiT ?( 8Kb' TATI.'iP. will elnaa at Ihla oBco, am Thursday. tin Mb day of August, at oar o eloek. P. M. iw a ao v. fowt.kr. fnfatlf._ HZ vachti1to. ~ "V4CHT WAWTRn-Alt or*!* BOAT, M to v r?R? J loa(. of tutUrmat oapacliy u> sou U or 11 pnraoai. ami ha a pood aallnr, In (rxvl ord?r and at a low Ajruro; a on* aall boat prafarrod. Plaaon addr*aa H B. Wilte, Tookarn, R. T., stating wh*ra lo h* **?n. ortra A) WATCHKP, JKWKLItY. AC. _ JBWB1.AT VK*T LOW. . Thf aabftrll *r la anlllaR all daariiptloaa #f walahd* and t .ad lea earrtapa, Idamoad Hn#? fine Md braaalafa. t'baialAiae ebama, Ou?rd ebalna Vaei rJMlaa, Ktnria. Nearf plna. Men re Hnttnna, Kara aad aeaia, Flala goid rlaaa, K??J rta?a. (Ibid apeetae lea, Gold rronaan, Gold aye flaw a. Pnra pnld weddleg rlo**, <iold WMMi Gold iMiMaa, Gold nrrkleraa, Gold peaeila and paat, miTM Dtpklo rlaia. Pllrar portemnnoaia, FtlTerfrnM hWeon. OFO. r. A I.I km importer o( aautbea aa 1 Jawalry, W boleaa)? and retail No 11 Wall atreet, aeenud llonr. VlT ATCH*. ^G OUtA* I)~KJLT R ? ?T WaTi Mil Gold aad bleer KnglGb palamt lerare, detnrbed leeera, la flnae, capiat watrbee, po-ket ehriaomatore. Ind?p?nden< ivor.la I'# um>nf kor?e?, d-em.-ed aad nam*1 *'->?? ? I'* ladle* aad all otfter kin , f,? .. .. ? tana uk ial price. wal-bro'Akra n *i-ihanfa Krory ?* ? > ,a mpanled wttb a writkm anima'oa. daao~i aad repaired at Icaa 'hum uetal prices PRO 0. AU.t*. Importer of wa'-h^a and Jewelry. wholesale and eeta'l. No 11 W ail atr?et aaoood iloor aaar llo.v1w?T nFRTT?TRT -TT*Tf? FXTR AOTRP Iff TIN PW-OWrte, without tb? altcbloat pain. b? at new and or flna' pro reaa-not (rearing lb la adrrlrabl" ayttam l< praetteed by mo paly. Rafarances pl?oa if r?<inl'M. _ PR. R. 0. wtRKIN, .va < 'dnel airoat aear W>wter. NM| rw INVRWTTGll or A RTTFT' I Alt TRFl '"ll, W1THout ia?ul plate elaape. or attiwttnjt tba roots, whir* aro three frmrtbe lighter lh?a porcelain. eea be bad only of the original lateatpr. Pr. P. H a|(;*XM<> NO, 1'ilM daa tlettoiae Wnm. o'a Moepi'ai. JC*dla>u araan*; oil-o. N\ Al HI?eoker itree'. Iba ? >* aeaait'ea teelb i led, allaial tbo lea*'. wl'h a no ? rr eten?l the wdo? of tb? ne' iear ?**>i Tba poblle are rau'ioned aaa'oat allapnrlaat mwnpif l>r N a finoatioa Tee'b i*ar??ed oa gold and pUilna, wuteta Mnnooa fimr when deal*>'J, In Iba beat man oar. Tba ro'a??nroa R!T'n If ra "load. Mt*C .Vt . IORTKl.N OOi'R IISNNFWT NRAXIJF, FQUtkTal**! J yearaold, pnra tondna porl 'nalei *1tv 1*4- r?ib i reeled <m ftw WM<I neo. by tb" bot*l?, d-ia?i> ' gallon ? er. ? an ara 'aan'TTca. of bo# and min w I >>e va iW 1 rimr. >tf?. AO. U. B KIRK, M fnlvoa aaraat. # _ 3 ART MMHK .??. (."tALi. FAHHinNH?LH8K. r k 8. Mlf.U"' A CO. here remoTod to St2 and Ivl way. and in preuared U> exhibit tnelr fall owirimf ot f (71.0AKS, OIRCUaAltS. Ra'lLA VM, A And tavtln the inspection of wholesale buyers. LALIIIFTOMII MOSQUITO WETS-CHRAP, TAHT7 A?D I durable, will bl any lorm ot hs?ist?*d >o aalo on aid II at pleasure. alao Plimpton's secretary bets. wa. bold by the patenteee, at 02 MkUa drt-et, New York CKIRTH -TWELVR PPRIIfO SKKLBTOW 8RTHT J tl 26j ij ldsprlnr riuriton adjua'abl* nuatle, beat par -m ;n4 well made, ft AU, 16 spring, $2: rbtldri o'a I spring. 26 eeeta. Dealers supplied It arrtitg. flA p?rdoren. C. L. HARDIHtl, 281 Spring etreet, batwe< u Varlak and Hudson. TO HKfRT MAJICPACTURKRH - PLEASE fALL AT No. 2fl l iberty ttrent, N. V , ad ! buy |o ir steel springs, aa we are selling u good an article ax nan be found to -be rltv and at aa low figures. We man ifa'ture onr o ?o xpringe, and w?i raat them io lie of good sprtug temper Alao n'?aalou xlldia, Ac ' itRoWN, Agent. DAOUERREOTTPE MATH, A new article, ao:d at wholesale er.d retail prloea, f> orreapond with hard tlm? a Please give u. a -al' at 28 liberty at. New York, Aug 2, 1.H6H J. C. BROWN, Agent. mo CA8H \NI? SHORT T1WK BCTERS ?MITCHELL A 1 McLCINIO K. 69) Broadway. oppod'e hi Me ropo.itan Hotel. having le?e.ed u e above eitenalve premises, wld ties for the inapetuon of wholesale buyers, an entirely new and yeieot stock of r lb bona auddreaa trimmings suitable for brat clean trade. dpuclajl mutlcjkft. CONGREGATION RHAABAY TLyTLA.?THRMRMHKRN are hereby lavMed to attend the funeral of the it'e Mr. John Bennett, from the home of h'eeon In law, No 87 Beat Thirtieth street. thiaday ilhuradaylat 3 o'clock. B. M , prectiely, without further notice By order. MY KB H. 1HAAC8, Sc.re.ary. Linosry BLUES, independent corps, armory 481 Hroalway.?Mew Torn, Augntt s, 1868 ?The memberi of 'hi* commend are hereby notified to attend the re?n ar meeting u above, thle (Thnreanj) evening, at 8 o'c o.tk oreclieiy. By order THOJIaM PAlCS, O.inmaodant hiat tt.u. uihmah, beeretnry. Mabonic notice?the mem3erh op piramid lodge, No 16 are hereby au >moae<l to alien 1 the iiett re*nlarcommunication of thl? i-odge, el their rootne. ooruer of Twenty filth street and Klghtb avenue, on Tbureday evening. Auguat 6, at eight o'clock. Hyorder. ) K ll.tKdaE. M D , Secretary. MABONIC-TIIR VRMHKR8 OP ADELPHI 1/iWIH 13, P. A M are particularly rr>|itra'i>d to at'end the fuae ral of our decrai cd urother, .lohn bcnneti, from hla la'e re-? dance. No 87 kai' Thirtieth atrrrt, between 1'hi d and '..rj. Irgton avenue*, tbla day ilhuredayj a' t o'clonk By order ? M. ISAAC MAKK8, Secretary Notice?cokdioirbes pee steamship yiuol from Liverpool nr< Iterehy nmttwul tha*. rue <*i,i dorbarge, under arnrrAl order on Friday, 'he Oth Ine , at I o'clock p. M. All gootla not p> riul led will be em to .. .hllo tore jjhft u. 1>alk, a< rat naw Tohk, auguat 4,1868. Notice ?all pkrsonh arr hkrebtcau:ton?i? agalnat trus'log or harboring any of the ?r?? o? mi rt-amahlp Vigo. Mctluigan inarter, from Liverpool aa debla of their conlrau log will be paid by tbe cao'tn >agent JOHn o. daI.f. Agent, 16 Bro utw r. Notice-the annual kbport to ihk btocic and bondholder* of the Sandusky "ay am and c n on oati Jgle Mad River and Lake Xrli-l Kallroad i'om.iany Ui lat July last mav be obtained by ihoae interested on anpl'ciiiou at the ofllce of BOBRKT IKLVitafON, no. 64 ?Vall *tr. et. Thirtieth annual a.b of tbf. amrri j*n tnatlLile, at the Cry at-1 - a ace. In the city of New T irk ? Tbe mauagrrn anuou o: tlia>. the eiklbttt in will be open "n Wednesday. the i in day of September neat the Palace will be prepare! or tie reception of gooda oo ado alter 'be 7th of ftep'emoer. Ma<'h,n?ry m i h?avv ar lclej will h-received anil atirid after the liratof.lulr T he t xhlbtimn iv Intended lo unlove vachinerr and new tnven'lon*. mtnu facturee of ail dc-crtotiona, ?n<i h rtlnulLiral piodf'l-id* I everv kind, ilold. allver and bronze medal" at.re-cup* an I diploma* will be awaroed on Ihe report of e-mpet*nt and mparual judgea The mtnageri would laapresa upon eibl bl'era ibe Importance of making early application fur ion apace they wlab to occupy Clrcu'are couialniLg full p?-llculara can be had by applying to Wm H l/*on*?d. t'arrea ponding Becre'arc of the IoatHute. 851 Hroidwav, n?-v Vork, to whom all ri Bmunlcaiiona ?h> uld be addressed 11/ order of the v erect'gcra k w. o lt.Hti.nf! ainkr Jr. h'tt. John w- Cnasem*. fee. HTSTCAL. AI.OT OF AKCONO HANll PI ANOfl-KR.IM TDK BZdT city makers, as Nuim A I'lut. > nub tin Nunna k K aner?for tale ti rv I iw I ir oaah 1'iar. a to lei. A. HRa N riHK, 47 Amt'.y t'Jttn. A FAMILY LKa VIRil Tint f'TTT WIU. ?ntr X. THAI* pianoforte at ?1(1(1 inatrnm. t1 for nearly hai' l"i'x, wnbatojl: full 7 oetava, rneewaod, round ooroera, nearly Dew, warranted by cite mikera; eni.-nmd tone, bet rt'olly ornumeuied cum Apple a' (lie rreidnme iiv <foosier t A MAKi) AIN rOK CASH -MaiINI'VI KV T KflfiK VO ID A. 7 octave p.anoforte and atoal; rouon c >rnere. eery li ,e naed At tWil Mann, -By maker, suartnteed for two va?-a. Joleaa than ?*), splendid tone, rlohlr linuh-.l CISC Apple at fbe owner'r fetidmne, No. 7 flee in 1 elree', ana.* B-oeery. PI A NOB AND MBLOIBOMS-OF BUPCK10R Hi KB, at treat bargains, aeeond bfd piano* at to* follow.nk eitr?m*ly low prioe* $45, M), $110. f I J* and $!?>:> tlwn wi) airlof rune to real, and rent allowed on purchase. for a ale on mnaibly payments. Pianos 1 need ami repaired, UCBAO* WA1HB8, Agent, No. 13.1 Broadway. MK88R8 1 HICKCRINO A 60N?, HAVIND RKMOVRD to their rew wajreronma Jfn AIM Broadway, wraer of Fourth atrrel.i are prepared lo oiler lAelr frleadeand tbe panlie au eiuniuve aeeortmeot of grand. parlor rriu l. ?|uar? and upright pianofortes. maiinfaet ore! eipreeely for thta Mty. finished In tarhioa atylee of nana ?ad at p rises wbieb ran not tall to p man. Plan.if ."n made n ort'er to a lit any style of fnraHnrr. act all Iratrumi-nta warranted to give . sure suite, faction Pianofortes to real apon favorable Krai. INftTRV6TMM. A0OOD HANDWRTTINi) IM JCHft.T DFKMKD TLB peaeport to mercantile rupees The skilful pen in t a and correct aeco 101 ant anl'ormiv obtain* 'be ore'ereare 10 all plaeea of t-nsinesa trust. Mr PaTNR'4 uatnadi A3 liowrry and 'Jfl't Ki.ltoo mr-et Hrook'm. being a-ramj-d Into nnaerone apartments, afford aupertor aoojmaaoiailooa for eeleei olaoaee or rtrlcly prirale leeeoaa. AOADRMT Or PBNMANBH1P AND BOOKKKUPlRiH, ."aj Broadway, eorier of Franklin street.?T?e enlecrtber re??lyes new pnplla. day sod evening, for . lass ><r private inetruraoa id writing, bookkeeping Ae Hk*?w guaranteed to all, old aad young I .ad lee' class at II A M 111 ivmi a 11111 iwuitu BOOKKCTPIVe. *0.. SO WALEHB STREET -B. R. FOnTER, M'Jm af 1 Hnnblr Kn ry Kl-i *id*i<?l. ' and other popu'ar worka, (Iraa Iwni. da? aad omlo|. la Writing and h Ktkkarplng, at k-a ref 30 Wtlkar auaat, I yonfi g gaatlrmaa a re >|iiaMh?d for meroaaMo pu/aclta la aauprdluoua aad aapartor Maaaar. More, lbofold he heard vat/r fr?r->h hoard'ag a*bo?l, llodaoa i?rraea Hnhofcna. N. J ? Tb? anaim! anaaf<<B baaina t < (. iaa'<?r l Pupil* r*--?irai at any IBM prorloua. (Treulara at No. 6 Broad auaat F.j-auMjr laauraaoa ''oapaay. Howes ataprmt or writiro, bo-bbpiro and arithmaiic, W7 Broadway, i.Baa Ri 1 ? >.ad>*a or gantlnaan taught a tin*. didtoata, or hold, maroar i> a>)I* n( paamanaklr la twalra ' ??? W.-dding and na i* of ard* aad oraannnla! panmaotklp aiaritad iaal If not a-ipailur to plain aegraviag. fETARTRD?A OOVERRERH, to tea<ii a i,apt tiir Tt bfMdhM "f a annod Eocllah adueaHoa. at b?r owa houaa. Addraaa Edward. Berald o?ea. atatlag r?.aid?a?e, tor ma. Ac. WARTKD?BY A LADY WHO IIAH HAD BEYER yaara' aipmlaara aa a taarkar, a ?i'tau -a a* #-.r*raraa at iha So-iiA Tb?* boat of rafaranraa #i*?u and r? i .mi Addraaa aalMfodoBta Boikaatar. R I. TV'ARTID-BT A YOCNO LADT. A SITU ATI Oil AS TT loarhar ?if m i air Pranrfe aad i ano la a ?orn<ar. o? a* got --raaaa la a prlrmt* faailly <lond *af*r*r -a? ( aa aad reourad. Addraaa H. Ollatoa, wn-l.'a co-iaiy, .a. t mmcLm BLA*r:AiD iiorsr, mroadbay ard TwnLrrn atrmt. Raw York -'aakiooabiy Incatad, offer<or aaparw.r a?-on>.a- U'!"oa to faoia ? and olmi *r?? .mg or board In#. T raailtat board SI par day, by tAe wa?* a: lowrr ratea. Public faror raapsaUi'ly ao*laltnd. Rt. ARi'aRij A BACT.KU.AR. 1R FARIR PEOPLE mHARBTARD TIT AT TO K 3ROailrr la to lira at a ko"?l la Raw Y >rk tkay wtu amp fconaa. Ian-"ad of board lag at tka dtaarird llonaa, drovl ??y and Tw*lfik ktrrrt, at kail tha oat for atary lui'iry. SMTTTT'ORIAR HOT'RB. BBOADWAT, CORNER or Houatoa rraat Raw York. t nitdacted on th? Snropaaa plan. Rtaala mown V mat*. 73 ma'* and SI par dar. room* and parlor*, 91 M ui $1 prr day. Meal* a' all hrtr* ana irdara*. Or ?3 par day for roonM and hoard at option. Tbiahotal will ha found by lb* iraraUof pibtM" to at no* of Iba moat d< ?lr?bla atoppiaf pl??'?i la *ba city. tt'a -aairally loratad. aad b*a all iba appolntntanta of 'ba bi?b?at rrlj 4 boaJa aad ikn yrtcanam lata by otia i iar>r to "*a bar T'ai.i.t ho tai.lt po -piiancs bgtkt. jtreadm atraat ? 'lara tlmaa.?R. PuX ba?a to labtrat 'ha pn Mia la ranarwl ibal ba ha* furalabad r?<aia and it *>d bad* * f I M par waak or taban by Iba month 91 par waak. Tbo b-ital m op*-n aifbt aad day. CLUTHIXQ, 4tC. " lit qcamtty or ni* rural*? lutt orr flL eb'blnf oaatad, fk>r tb* Noirkcrn and Wcatarn n?rlata, fir wbl b Afly par nam mora tbaa thai' tnppoaaA ralna will ba pa'd by aalli if at iba rora of addraaalap Tb ?. i). Ooeixy, ft Oatra rraat Ca*t orr ci/ thino - it m woutti tAinni riOy par aaat mora than 1* flraa by <rhar* caa ba obta.nad fir Ur?a ><r tiaall into by applylnf par* mally or thronfb noat to J A MM Itm **T, Mo. ??i Paart atraat, naar i.tiaibaa* f i*tlek1* HAVI*<1 L*?t orr t:i/)tht"0 TO v dtap'rt* of can .-aralf Iba blf ba* prtea for tba *ama by railing at 'ba mora or addramlag dotn * irpby. ?ff Paarl at Iani*?? a*n ok*rt,**kk haiiwi AirrcAirr orr J clothing. naaonrfban I faralt<tra. Ac , to dlapona of aTl rrratya tba *alr ralia la ea?b by aaadiaf t-j or nddraaatng *. MI b TP., 'ft-: *??netb taaaaa. batwaao 1 waaty awraatfe aaM I Twaaty rifbtb atraata. ??r iinn- a or ornr*ii 1stari.imiurt.o* iiai.r I W iBI.-ieM n n* >n*n rfuod I ir?). k. % ~ __ I cntUiiin v ualnte* with lb* hpntno** for wk*h he *' |rt*?? country of *"*? . ?*?r I'inoWnc or >rt low ' WlUtom.f nr?. rtar th- r*rry. Apply at itf Bm?5?nT. A. RKBBR. JOAL. (y?Ar' V '** LAYTXO IT thrir rrPrtT ^ -OT*- MmdT ?t*:? u l firh^.Tf.'^ST rn* **". aOM*) rmooJoJ'l?.7LlL ? n coyo" of Kin* ud <dreen? eh irtMi, ?? itilL.T ?i *57 Bm?? ?tre?t tiki Mib trmt n?ar Rloraathateaua. MAT. ftl inul. flOALTABD CP TOWN RBOPKnRn.-I HAY?OPKWRO \J t?? eJAl j M 1 .? Rof'y elilh ??r~v near *>T?nih ??*?>? , irofc which I w 11 deMrermil ? U>e low pr-e?"? T ?m now mil *** for fmai my yard* la Kmc Mrwnt, i Ana "reel ?od l? iarn Arm*. Maf MRTOl. W-1"TK1>?TPN OR riPTRri TOfl Of COA?. POR " wtieh tmpnrted Ho',?ol ?<e a' m*fhe pel* will bw *'**? la pay moat. A<l.1rem Ooai tied, HArait o?l *. W?TRIR?<I?< Ay \j v- . * rir?v T l' ; ? ; ? ?* rr. Mm(*?itay. a*?em tllebe.1 ar ' n-?" <ae**inj. wllb A ? ?ni? ' ?n > -.?i ' < "A '??iee? 1 *<-? ii h ?n ht aorehie > >?ral a?ln<t#?l ar*t]>man wUb % >,? t?> Alt'* **1.11*0*8, %??, Ida 8. WaAerleo, Statica B i'cnt 1 T.