Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 13, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 13, 1860 Page 4
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w 4 IsKYV YORK HERALD. 1 JANtN UUHDOI BKNKIlTT, gMTOR ANI) ntOimKROR. OFFICE K. W. teVNtK Of NASSAC AND FTI.TOK RT3. TPHMS <w'< # rfw... N -n^ I bjtmaflttiff V lh? I n'. k of ? fuler. roetaps H<i. ; not ?c irfti at .'ufcf*ii 1 \ oliunt XX\ HO. Itf J AVfKVMKNTS TIUS ETKMNQ. *l8U>H GARDEN'. Brood*-?y ?POCA HO* Tli-Boi *? !> (Uli WIVTKS OARI>KV. BrrcJwxjr ?COLLI** llirf. WAU.ACK'S THEATRE. Hr<vwlw?j _Ohkai ll?r>l.v ItOSftKKKKl'CK. I.AC PA KKENT'S THEATRE. No tru Brr.adaay.-TrOOO* Mt Youmi. Wirt t?u Olu C??*? i.t. HAFMM'K AMKIMCA.Y ilL'.sKTM. Biwia-sT" 0?y wd Kvru.a^ <lllDtlimA-LlTIWO fl.MO*ITI'-l, *VfTR V A NT1*" MTNKTRKIJi Mnrlwnx* Ha!]. 172 Broadway ? Banxi^uca * ???? <** t AJUcaoaAiiaa. K'Tr/Vl MAMinW. Broadway.-O?0. Ourutt's Himfyiti/i fti ^ot*Ud, IUi'C*'. HUM. 4C.?^U1UI UOftlL ITAT'OKAt ros< rr.T HA1MON, NaUaaa! Theatre.? Boston L)i---ts Bgn'-asgoaa, kc j?a. v. '1 AKfKij, Fourteenth treet.?Tooti asd I?Htu*i -T4J. CO?C**f. ( AM '.K3'jRY CONCERT rtVLOON 063 B">viwayKo.''? DjlSCH Bwhir^CC* AO Ktvt York., Kit<l?>, .July i:t, two. Thr Ntwi< The F.urcpean mails to the 30t!i ultimo, brought by tin Arabia, readied thia rity from Boston last evening. The rhief point- of the new*. received l>y trlc pTuph from Halifax. ha\ e heretofore been published. The letter* from our correspondents i ?t the principnl European capitals, and extracts I fiom our f ie*, published in to-d#v"H paper, supply the defai.'*. The steamahfp North Star arrived at this port yesterd.n noruing from \spiiiwall, with the Pacific ctuuA. aadll.514,^1 in treasure, which was shipped fioui s<in F'ancisco on the 20th tilt. The advi.en from California and Oregon, and Other parU of our I'ueific poaateaaujut, have been mainly autcipated by the overland mails; nevertheless. ?e publish m another column a letter from our correspondent at Han Francisco, i staining a ?/?/?>> of the news, nnd an interesting account of the closing a< .-ae* ot the Ind.an war in the Washoe mining region. Tin- volunteer corps had all been di'baaJed and the war whs considered at an end. By the arrival of the overland mail we have Kvt Fiancisco d.iteo to the 2*<id. two days later than tho~e received l?y the North Star. A< counn Iroin Oregon *t.ite that the official vote in every county i:i Oregon except Wasco gives Shiel, the deiuocra lie C.tU.'lor l orpov h majority <>i iirinnj. tit vot-* over Fogan, republican, and that the return* from Wasco county will increase that ma Jorily . Tin- Ix-gisliiture i- from eight to teu opposition miijc rit) on joint ballot. The ii?-^ from l'eru is important. Our relation* with tli.tt lepi.blic wire approaching a eri-is. The United States aloop-of war Wyoming had arrived at ( a!'jo. v* ttii dei-patche* toom Minister, instructtug turn to peremptorily demand a settlement of tlic claiiiir growing 01 t ?>t tho avir.ure of the ships la . > Thompson a .(1 tleorjiiana, and provisions (or a joint commission for the settlement of all outstand..13 claims of our citizens. Some delay bad. however, occurred in consequence of the resignation of the Peruvian Minister of Foreign Affairs, uud it wa- not impiobable that cur government would be compelled lo rfw t to ion e l? fore the tie maud* would be ronvii.'ti ?ith. lu c4.*e of non-compliance with the demands of our government, the American Mi:n..tei w a? instir.i led lo rlo.-u* the legation. The Peruvian Minister at Washington has been notified that uule?-hi* government accept* the ultimatum of the Uuitc-d State* his pas-ports will be iuitiished to hint. Il.e difficulty between France uud Ptiu had l?een tinally ?.Ph.-?tcd, though not natil ;< bombardment of Callao waa again threatcued. In Is/nador Hie troopa of General Fianco had I ecu committing frightful cxccsaca on unoffending people. Uolivia was still watching Peru, no hostilities baviug r.? yet < omtu* need between them, and the likelihood of su<h win being leadened by the probability ot a revolution in the latter republic. C hile continued her career or peace and prosperity. Congrcs* opened on the 1st of Juno. In N* w Granada the revolution w?* promising iu the usual tardy manner commou to Spanish America. Neither aide had made any active warlike demon-t. ation. A new tailro.td contract had been tnaie between Costa Ittca and Mr. Ainbroic Thompson. of New York. A State Convention of the supporter* of Hell and Everett for the Prctadcncy wa- held at Utiea yeuterdsy. Ex-Governor llunt made a report of the precsedtagi of the Baltimore Nominating Convcn tkwi. and a resolution wa adopted providing for the appointment of a committee who are to form an electoral ticket favorable to the election of Dell and Everett. A report of the proceedings may be found in another coltunn. The Democratic State Central Committee met at Album yesterday, and appointed the lith of Aug^ist as thr time and Syracoae as the place for holding a Sti?te Convention fot the nomination of Preoideutial dec ton aud caudidatea lor State officer*. A mteti:>? of nati <*ial democrats, composed of many leading politician* of this city, was held laat evening lit the I'niou Huwr, Union aquare, for the ( uipo*e c f organizing a Central t *utp*ign Com mittee favorable to the election of Douglas and JoboK-n. Supervisor Hiigg* occnpied the chair. A commiMee of one frcm each ward was appointed to report a plan for a permanent organization. Mayor Wood wa- present and made a speech, in whirli he declared that, while he wa* anxious for a combined democratic ticket iu this state, he would oev? support Douglas with all hi* might. beinM convinced that JfcmgU* had a hold on the oia?Co of this State which rendered it imponsible for any headway to be made against him within the democratic organization. The committee will meet ?gnu> next Monday evening, at their new room*. comer o( Bit/adway and Thirteenth Mreet. The fire at Wf?t Wanhington Market.on Wednead?j oT?k? consumed one hundred and eighty two wooden *Uantic?: the U -* i.? rutiiulrd at about (ifly thousand dollar*, very little o( which i? corered by imuiiw . A full report of the fire, with a lint of the name* of the aufli rcr* will be found ibewbcie iu our tthOBa?. Ic Majot Wcod'a communication to the Board of .Aldertren asking that b'Jy to confirm hi* act removing frvn oflae AUr? W. Craven, Engineer, j BiidTbcma-* W. Tappan, AaaiaUnt Cotumi-^ioner, in Hie Oroton Aqueduct Board, be ata'ea the cauae to he ''nerio4ia disagreement* and inwibordination." Tkt rea?oi? thua giren are rery vague, and qnite j unsatisfactory to the pnhlie, In order that the citiaeua of New Yo?k may hare a clearer underKtaoding of the matter, it may Ue proper to etote that the disagreement* and in?ubor<Un?tion amount to about Uiw:?Tliat a large new conducting pipe 14 to be l?i?arr<-?w the High Bridge, and for that putpoae the earth covetiog of the old pipe* baa been removed to allow the neunary maaon work to be laid for the bed- ! ding of the new pipe. Mayor Wood deairea tliat tin- work ahall be wo performed that a carriage wev ?x trade ?croaa High Bhdge for the accommo- j clat on of the reaidenta in it* Vicinity, and alao to { fi rilitiea for the extension of a fa?bion#?blr <b vr. Thi* proportion a portion of the fU * ?' r? icrt to, alleging that to Bake a carriage vr, > tk biiUg'.- weuld cadtpget Uie etwc < 4 e, 6uJ Uitorr..j>t l ;e fee prog' 0*<of pfdi Sr***. iii ctoatqueacc cf iU uarroHnea* The i. *r btl.iu io cri.; twcu?y-two fee v-ie rU feet seven < n eacli ^ de??t I a-t, it i-itleged, w rvquirtd for foot pft^cugers. The number cf victors on board the C?reat histrrn v< -terday ras< ,''-*4 ft"'1 about the same uutn ber \i?iu-d tlit* encamj'nu'ut of i < National C?uard on Mjiton I.: .1.1 7V~ two interesting sighta ?re n n thr piuicipa! f leets of atti action iu the mc tropi.ii^. iti. fiifMiKii! o.riouiM-1 in the est Washington m tiKi '. j :vpert.\ !?vi suit wan concluded yesterday i.i tiic ."-ujiivuic Court, before Judge Ingnhum. The Ji.igc took the papers, and will reader hi., de i isicu at a tuture day. The ruah for licences to the Excise Commissioners for the past few dap is something entirely unprecedented in the history of the Commission. Yenterday the applications were ao numerous that an AilimaU ftf 1AA to 4l.A.,nkt ?<v K* a annfAvlmft. tion to a number which tlie Conimi.?>ioners themsolved hadnotcveu tiie time to count. Thiais, doubtless , ratted l.y the fact that only one more meeting takes place ttiu year, alter which the opportunity for taking out licenses will hare ceased. Thn Board announce that their final mooting will take place 011 the la-t day of the present month; in this view of nffjiirs, fi; the purpose of affording all who de&ae lull na-ans for complying withthe law, and that a!! who will be able to lake out licenced, must have tl. plications filed at Hr. Ha-kett's office before the It'.h instant. Inr nates ot c >ttca y outer day embraced about "00 bales, rhif tiy to Fpr.jr.jjis l*nc*fc were nneban^el, ind w st;ll quote middlirg ui^Ddsat 13,S'c Hour was in (air demand, chlcfl) fri'Ui the ho::i trado, wbili prices for Some grades were r^mor S ntli.^rr. fliur w >* \n goot demand {or ok pol l to tiopical purl- Wbesl wne uncbau,se?l, witb a steady demand aud a fair amount of tales. The d"inaa 1 (or com *as good aud at steady prices, with a fair amount of: ales. Pork was ls.-.s active, while prices were firm, with scales of now mr-j at >19 25, and r, w prim* at $14 26 Sugars were firm and i:i good derma!. especially rc flnitijj qealitir? l'he sale: embraced about 2.600 bbds. ami IttS boxes, at r:.tes given iu another caiiaa. Cuff.* wnMirtnly beld but ?i qu:et Freights caalinued firm, with rngsf^morts o: w!i at ia buljf aad hag. at 8*{ -n 1 a 1 )t in .-'.1 p'b ba$- a1. 9!., and i 000 do., b; steamer aad iu steamer's b .^-, at 101; cheese,'by st*am?r, a? 60- To Ijoudon, 5.000 bl>': fl jur at 3s.. and tome w belt a! 9 <{d , lu stiip'o bag-, nu i 10 000 staves, at p. ? Mr. Bn cL?ii?ii on the Tine Pollt) of tlie Divided Rimu< rat} iu ThLa C ampaiicn. Wo have been recommending to the two faction into which the democratic party ha.- been <li?*tr1st/l Hn nnllr t in fn-'lfyn rif ing each other, instead of devouring each other. We hare been tirping upon thorn the practical withdrawal of Mr. Douglas a* a candidate in the Southern States, in exchange for the withdrawal of Mr. Breckinridge a* a candidate in the Northern States. In support of this plar. of operations, we are happy to recognise. North and South, the signs ot a powerful movement, and that foremast among it? advocates stands the President ot the United States. In l\ii speech delivered at the White House, the other evening, to a Breckinridge herenading party, and in favor of their ticket. Mr. I 1 Buchanan, speaking ot the democratic nominatj ing two-thirds rule, said:? Tins rule w.n * m-?m piilar in the ediQce of national convention?. K/d- v;* it, aud the whole mi t bjcom.* 4 ruin This v'Stainm* pillar ?xi broken to p:ece? a: Uil ; tiniore t>jr II*1 OmvMiti'Hi ?)iick MHiilniilnl Mr. I>oug)**. ] Aiierth. ih bo.*) wu.un 1 r.cer a national convention, j ud no lietn< ti *1. however devoted to regular mm:::* ttoui-. was bouud 10 (sue tb? nominef bis eupj'irl. he i v>as Iff! fre? to act 4'cording to the diclatm of his owa 1 jurtpn<nt ?ud toi."-Ci tc<\ And bere, in pat-nag, i may j il>MT ?e that I In- * ? lout of the l??lniriU rul?" n by the evenia pit-.- ;. around u?. Uml it been faithfully ! cliMTvrd, no candidate could have been nominal..1 .ii'.tu. t the will and write, ol ;t'.rn< st every Certain d-m"<1 ithIic State tn the I iiion, ajt'iiuttt nearly >11 th* dt-nio j ci ttlit. > natoia, and ui'.'ic lliau three fourths oi lh>' demo1 eta tic reprmnlative* mCueari*? (Ohwa.) t purpiae j I) avoid entering ujk>u any aiKuaSion reflecting the ex J . u*-M? troai the CoOt inttoi. of regularly dee tod dei,'^ai<-1 tr?>m diflert i.t dem< t rave StMe? It Mie CnartUum trh ! nwxnatri Mr iHmtf.a* vcu w* a rtjuia- democratic I'jn itn'iVif), ?V '1..I* cnnffAi*.f th*/ %* ta IS? nmt 1 ofidtlt<-i in that re ;?'. '111* Convention tint uotni1 l.uted him, although ?t * as i tni-osed of nearly all the <ort*iu democratic Ptal did not contain the two | 1 Inula, awl th'rrf'Tt rwy dmuicra/ u a/ Ul-n-: ' ? a hf th\r>k f jfr, utthrnl run'itng toin'e' l? 91V r' t. tk* pa > ff/ (Applause, and ciea of | 'Ilirte c htvrt lor ItteoWmriage and lane ) Holding thu |4'mImhi I KlK.il |? 'lit I."inf < ( the u-Moi" vtli) I pr< ( ! Wi Brwkuiili'OT In Mr. rVeijjlv*. TAi\ / thai! Jt tn 'nut c.'ti luflirii; t" !?.( rfr 1 itiih on iwhfitivaJ ih-rn ' . a' or afiu .S'a'< irfiti . -u,"i r haLlin,idiffrrmt ci-rtt'Ti jrnn >1 i/trlf; the mai'i vlyrrf c all (!"?I ttrnn , rr: v h 'krr trh .iTtrn to tl' <~rv err tY.r t thrr urn-; of our rr; , 'vnaJ 'In 11 -n. ? to itrfrai fjie rlecfwnnf thr rrpti lutta I .iultd.tfes, ontl / ?hall iwtvr nfir\+ nny hotw*: a*i limv aW? lOt'TM iaUvlat?t to a-ron/ fi-h 'Nil rtf t Here the view* and tlse policy of Mr. Bucha nan are very clearly and broadly laid down. ' Every democrat i* at perfect liberty to vote** he think." proper." Mr. Buchanan, repudiating the doctrine of Territorial popular sovereignty, prefers Mr. Breckinridge to Mr. Pnngla*; but he does th'u? without attempting to interfere with any individual democrat, or any State deinocnttic organization hi I ding different opi nion.H." He thi s fully and freely, in advance, consents to. and approve* of. thin proposed policy of giving Mr. Douglas an unobstructed run in the Northern Sutes, a* a democratic equivalent for a free course to Mr. Breckinridge in the Southern State* Every inducement ioffered the two faction* to agree t<? thi* plan of operation*, while every consideration ol ccn.mon sense is opposed to that mutually destructive tomfoolery of two clashing democratic eWtoral tickets in any State. In this connection the Richmond K-ij.ihf hits upon the Preeident's views*, and. in a calm and feasible article upon the subject, proposes to accomplish the defeat of Lincoln by permit ting the majority of the d? mocrntlc party in thi.Stale. that State and the other, to control the minotity in the matter of a common electoral ticket. Thn?. says our Richmond coteinporary, "in the Northern State* where l>jugla< h^the majority, we woi.Id propone that iVuigla* electoral tit kct* only be mn provide<| thut in every Southern Stale onl> Breckinridge tiiket* be run." A fair cft?-r. \V? entirely concur, too. in the opinion that, while und< thi~ democratic programme Lincoln cud lie defeated, nothing !-< than hi' election can follow the foolish experiment. for example, of two democratic dec, t< ral tiiketn in the Stale of New Vork. On the other hand. a? Mr. Br? ckinridgeand hiplattorni m ike up exactly what wa? wanted by lli.< ^milhi>rn diMivu ' .1 v ir.il . ? \l TV .. *1.. , \ .... ? ? /. - ...... hi? platform meet all the demit, da of tin- Northern democracy. the pair of t'ji'm. each ope rating mo?t ndvl?nt'*K' o,' ,''.', 'n ' '* own ?v tion. ma j poll a mucli laTger popular an<l electoral rcte than either could po?nitdy muotfr a* the candidate of the whole party upon any platform. Tim*, thi* very divMon i>! th< part/. If properly managed, may r? milt in a victory which otherwi* would hare been lo?t. Mr. Buchanan lndic\te? (he way to thi^ rictory. The New York democracy an?l the Virginia democracy ?n? moving In the rl*!]t direcli*?n. A Mate Convention on the subject ir to be held in Virginia on the W thof Ana v Let the party in oth< r States follow thi- x unj le, and doiibtlfw, in di e waeon. we nh.ill h ne the two faction.- of the democrncr fifh'ing i.ndet the bwt pOMiblf programme of co f>er.t'ion for a cn:?hing defeat of "Old Abe Lincoln" and the < l,c?ii>r c' unctW den<xr*Wic Pwi deal * NEW YORK HERALD, 1 A hcntcnlr ct tl.e JtpantM flmbtii}* (>i(t to ti?e Polite. ^ e publish u< another purt of our impression of to-day ecm" exceedingly int*restin<r correspondence apropos to the recent visit of the Jupw.phc Env0)8 to the United Stutee. The correspondence openn with a letter from Captain l'uponl. the chief of the Naval Commissioner* appointed by the President to take clame of the Envoys, to Mr. Belmout. the agent of the Rothschilds. Captain Dupont sends to Mr. Belmont the Bum of twenty thousand dollar*. which amount the Princes desire ahal; b? presented to the police of the cities which t'aoy visited. as "an acknowledgment of the efficiency of the police in contributing to their comfort.' It seems that at firnt the money w as tendered tc Captain Dv.pont for distribution; but he deciia cd to accept it, on the ground that it wa3 the intention of our government that the Envoys .L... IJ _ -1 *_ - 1. k?.A a".,r UUl Uf )MU IV t?uj Ca jnum uric. B k?\ Princes pot over the difficulty cleverly by re que* ting Captain Ihrpont. us a personal favor, to o?k Mr. Belmont, an unofficial personage, but 'the ton in law of Commodore Perry," to mike the distribution. The Captain could nc longer refuse, and Mr. lleloaont wu only toe happy to second the ui?bes of the Envoys. The fellow ing table bhows the amounts to be given to the police of the Fcveral cities:? CUicf. M?n. A'HOUhfi t> 160 Baltimore I 400 UM) Pliiiadrlphia 7 711 ?,300 New Yot'L 13 1.51*5 1.7.30 Tota! #20,000 We commend the correspondence and all the cutumftt&aces connected with this truly imperial gi't to the attention of our reader?. The whole affair, in ii inception, detail and management proves that the Envoy of the Tycoon are Prince- ii: fact a? well a- in name. In Europe it L- customary * h bijjli dignitaries, when travelling iu foreign parte, to give money foi charitable Institutions, to hospitals, Ac But the Japanese Princes, whiie here, saw the police <1 tily, aud viewed them a among the tm> t u*e ful of 0':x institutions. The gifi has the double rrerit ot being, first. a courteous acknowledgment for services rendered, and second, a.i a charitable donation?the money going into the fucd for the relief of the widow- and orphans UI JlUilL*."UH*U UU" III cu? vr. It will beseeu that the New Yoik police have the lion's fbare of the princely gift. This fact ia a e-trictlj" mathematical one. bu at the same time it ?< a silent recognition of tie superiority of our police. In Washington the police <lid little o* nothing except to grard the treaty box. in iidllioioie there wa? taidly auy opportunity for the display of the force. la Philadelphia the police were utterly incompetent. They permitted the mob to Intuit the Prince, to pretut upon their carriages, aid to unnjy them with ruljrur gesturen and rikald remark? The 6treet crowd at L'hiladelphui behaved in the most disgraceful mannpr, and the police could or would do nothing with them. In New York the police behaved iplendidly? on the day of the reception, that o( the visit to the City Hall, and generally in ma.nUining order in bud about the Metropolitan Hotel. The ta*k wa* a difficult and delicate one; but it wa-? admirably performed. The only fa n pot during the whole etny of the Kmbnssy in the metropolis wa# on the night of the ball, *hicii *m?. in the bands of the Aldermen and Couucilmen. who brought their congenial wociaten i.noc the floor, and allowed the nat.iral. vtilgai Aldertnanic instincts to have full tiwiiig. thin making tli?- place a wen* of debauchery and license rather thnn of inrrcent recreation. Throughout the whole of the Japanese vwit the New Vork police behavel In the mr^t gentlemanly war, and we are very glad to he able to announce to them that the Amba^udors kept their eye3 open while here, that they recognized the efficiency and pcditenu-f of the force, and h?ve given the right rcyal proof of auch recognition. TlU PfF^IDRNT 01 T!li. UXTTEJI SrAT?.-i HI: Qu ) s o? Fnoland?A Famij.V COSJUroxarvCK ?The correspondence which took place between Mr. Uucbanan and Queen Victoria relative to the visit of the Tiince of Wale*. and which wu pi;blb>2ied in the Hilui.Tt yesterday, i- a noteity in its way for Ktu.ilicity. good ??en.?e. nnd the entire ulf><?tice of nil that ceremonious diction and fulsome vcrMnge which ordinarily pertain to the commuuic itio i of the rule i s of great empire*. It is. in fi.c t. a plea ant. friendly correspondence bdveen people who felt them el v.1? members of on*1 family, and ebows how strongly, after al the democratic t-entiiu?'nt of thie republic po d<>? even tin courtly circle* of the mother country, up tf> the very throne itself. Mr. Buchanan e*tend.- to the Queen a k nd!y invitation to her i?on to the hnppitalitie* (f his home at Washington, in a homely Nnd gnol naturcd fMbtoa. catiHy devoid o( n*elc?e *erbi age. or the complimentary language of cnirt Just n* n republican President ought to do ; and the Queen, responding in n like spirit. addresses him :i- " my good friend winding up her lirief autograph letter with the word*. "Thf Prince Coiwrt wishes to he kindly remem) ed to you. I remain ever your pood fiiend. Victoria It.," the last letter abne indicating that the communication w.i- indited by royitl finger*. It is quite a domestic correspondence throughout, and will do much to obtain for tbe young Prince that friendly, unceremonious, but respectful. leception b<'rc which lie i.? manifest ly entitled to. nnd which hi* m -ther e\idently expects M our bund*. It i? a mutt i of great congratulation, meantime, thit the n-rangerr.^nts for his visit to New York preclude tt>e posibility o( his fulling into tin- band^ol the Aldermen. . Puavi.nu Off Docouah avp Rri %:mum? Au\i\-t Otukr.?It is fooieahu imu*ing to observe that while Ibe Hi Umond tbe biding organ of Holland Kverrtt in Virginia, is zealously urging the claim* of Mi. [touglaupon the Southern dmnoeracy, Ike New York Trilfint is as actively rec?>mtn?*ndii>g the claims of Mr. Breckinridge upon the North n demo crtcy. Of course the object of Ike II"* >'./ is l?t make an opening through the broken ranks of the SoMtbern democracy. through w. *?ich Mt. lu ll and hi* party may come off t'.ie victors; while tbe object of the Trihtn* i< to use Breckinridge to break the annointed head of tlie Northern democracy, so thit "Old Abe" m.?y walk ever tV course. We ppreliend. however, th.it tbe democrat* will hard!) consent ttius to I'*1 killed outright by allowir.g tbeij heads to le knocked tcgeUiet. Nor*.i or Skrtb. Mr Buchanan has beoo giving them s? me hint- which will probably recall fie*r ?? tkete aewao l/et u? wnit a little. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1860. The !>'?(? of ISt-w lork?The Alarm M|trt?diiif tn tlit Kepnbtlrai lamp. L&-*t ?wk the rejoicingis cf the republican* o\i r the divisions of the democracy, and in \ iew of the certain success of the great Illinois rail splitter, were strangely disturbed by a dismal groan or two from the venerable Tburlow Weed over the dangerous confidence ?nd lethargy in his party camp. Now we perceive thai the alarm Bounded by the famous Albany compiler of "statistics" on free wool has been taken up by the lion. Massa Greeley, who appears to be w much perplexed with the t ote of New York in November next aa ever he wits with that troublesome thousand dollar Do* Moines improvement lobby draft from Orsimus Bcnajah iiattesoa. Thus the uuseftsy philosopher of the Tribune ndmoni-hes his party that this great State is not to be carried without a Btruggle?that the elements of a formidable hostile combination cxi.-t that skilful managers are hard at work to bring these elements together, and that there U reason to anticipate before November the formation ''ofa hybrid, tesselated. three-legged auli republican ticket, on which all thestrepgth of the hostile factions will be concent rated." Ac cordingi.v our aiarmea pnuosopner, wr.a lue earnestness of a pood night- watchman, strikes lUo pavement with hia baton to waku up bi- sleeping colleague to meet this formidable hybrid conspiracy by which they are surrounded. He lustily cries out that "this state of blind security, of heedless trust in luck, be not allowed to continue another week. Admit that it could not hazard tbe electoral vote, its inevitable effect must be to Buddie the next administration (Old Abe's) with a Congress hostile to it1- principles, jealous of its popularity, and deteimined to cripple and battle its every effort'' What next? An early State Convention is demanded, a powerful republican electoral ticket, and nn earnest proclamation that 4*the republican party is sternly opposed to the jobbery and bribery which have disgraced tbe recent legislative history of our State." Here we luve a republican weakness?an ankle bone out of joint, if you please?or a sore spot in the ribs ol Thurlow Weed, which brings him face tu face with the incorruptible (jreeley. Here hone-t men of all parties have a common ground of 'action against Weed'? republican lobby, in a mutter which loudly calls upon the people for re form. Taking uj> the thing with the whole schedule of draw backs against the republican cause in the Empire State, we do not wonder that the calculating Greeley, a* well as the statistical Weed, fchould be somewhat frightened. First, upon nn impartial estimate of ihe whole popular vote of this State, m.ule up from the returns of all our State eb-ction.* since 185C. w h the Presidential vote ol that } em us the basis of 0111 calculations, we Gnd the republican party, so laU> us last November, in a popular minority of some 40,000. Siuce that election we coutr ?d that the party has been lesing instead ot gaining ground. Tbe nomination of Douglas for the Presidency h.T?, at a single d:?*h. carried awuy the anti-Leccmp tou democratic element from the republican cami>. which is the loss of that balance ol power whereby a republican Speaker was elected ul Ihe late cession of Congress. But Douglas w ill also carry off a host of original Van Buren democrats who voted for Fremont. In the next place. Mr. Seward's faithful adherents by thousands. who have been waiting for five. ten. fifteen or twenty years for hi? nomination for the Presidency, will be found wanting on election day. because their favorite was betrayed aud sucriliced for a mere mi! splitter at Chicago. Nor is this all. Cerrit Smith is the Piesidenlial favorite of (he abolitionists, pure and simple. They repudiate Lincoln as an artful dodger, aiul they may potudbly shorten his New York vote In November to the extent of twenty-five or thirty thousand. Add to all llif^e drawbacks the shameless and unparalleled party jobs of bribery and l<A>by compounding referred to by the 7>i5u'i? for the benefit of Thurlow Weed, and we have material* enough upon which to muster a decisive tr.ajoi ity against Lincoln in November. Thi* majority already exists: but to render it decisive. it uu.st be biought to bear upon a joint stock anti republican electoral ticket. In this way the Presidential election may still be turned against the republican party. Shall it bo done ? We are glad to hear from the vigilant Greeley that "okilful managers are L?rd at w ork to form such a coalition," and that wr may confidently expect in due Aeason ' ? hybrid. te^elated. three legged aati republican ticket, on vhich nil the strength of the hostile factions will be concentrated." Dougla* men. Hieckinridge men. llell men, Houston men. and nil. Tni- M*yob asp the Ciiotov Board.?Some ?>f our republican cotemporarie* are making n great fn*" about tbv removal, by Maynr Wood, of the Kngtneer au?! A.i*i*tanl Commi.?nioner of Uie (.'totoa Hoaul. and renewing, la the old fa.Mfi ion. their attack* upon " hfc Excellency" the Mayor, a* Lord John Unwell recently styled bim. The Hoard of Aldermen hare postponed any action upon the matter until thi* evening, and tl>?* Major h*." not nominated anv person* to (ill the place* of the official* removed for nllfged disagreement* and inaubordinalion. It the Aldermen do not iw (It to act upon tho ouwupe ot " hi- Kvcellency" the Mayor, there may be Home developements made ot a startling charactet v ith reference to the Croton A?|iieduct Department. Mayor Wood may find it n< ce?uty to indite a document showing the ev- I l*trnce t>f M-^eral grow error* and wrio.i* mi* management in the Croton Hi ai d. If the Mayor would pursue the same course in relaflon to every other public department in wb'.rh fraud* and mismanagement exiatV* ho ba? done in thi* ca*e. be would be supported by the whole people, without any reference to p??y Tiu Ha.soino iv in> Hat. According to the i. il hiims 11 icKr?, tin- pirate, will be hmped in public thif day at noon, on Rodlot's lflaud. We tonld ha*c wi*b?il tbst the execulion had been more prirnte. It ha> been nlonir time sine Hie Min ha* looked down upon nuoh n ici i f in New York ltay a? this day will wit nc--. Already *e perenivc Indication* of wtul the day will brinp fortli. Steamboat* are adur ti?-d to take people to the Island. a* if i( wete rt plon-'iiv oKcnmlon. One announcement ixheadrd '-llo' for the Kxccntion" mi instance of *' I*r ?r In truly r?voltinir It will not It p< vible, of course, lo prerent a galliei ing < ( the Num of the community ne?r the i?lnnd ?h<re lli?k- will pn) Il ? jn*t penalty i.r the liw.aod it i - n<i| unlikely thai the publicity Of l!x> cx<*c? livtt w?U dHnnl from ? ? ruluo a-t m an example to evil dorr ; but we tr.at, for the credit of the city, that no decent person will v'wit the island to-day, unlet*- reqnired to do 80 in the Une of hi-s duty. "His Excbujssct tuv; Mayo*."?Oct- of the Tribune philosophers, more learned than the rest. has worked himself into a dangerous state of mind over the fact that the Mayor of NewYork is alluded to in the correspondence between Lord John Russell and Mr. Dallas as "his Excellency." when the proper title is "his Honor.'' Thi? is declared to be an unwarrantable interference with the prerogative of the Governor and the President. The Tribune man has made a double blunder. The term "excellence" is freely used in diplomatic correspondence when official personages are alluded to; by the action of the Common Council authorizing the Mayor to invite the Prince to the metropolis, without regard to the action of the State Department of the general government, placed Mr. Wood in a higher position 1 than that of a mere municipal officer. He assumed, for the time beine. diplomatic tunc- i tlooB, and was addressed In the* usual manner, which originated with the French. Of itself, the term "excellency" means very little in Europe. On the Continent it is applied to official personages from foreign parti of any grade. To go further, we have no doubt that Hon. Massa Greeley himself has been addressed in Germany ati "Your Excellency," and hi* friend Seward was invariably so accosted beyond peradventure. With reference to the President's and Governor's prerogative the Tribune talks bosh No official of the federal government has a title of any kind; the proper titular designation of the President is simply the President; and so with the heads of departments. The application of the term Excellency is a matter of courtesy, and does not do any harm or good. In the States, except one or two in New England, where some of the old colonial forms, when we lived under the King," are retained, all titular prefixes are dropped. As a rule, our officials are not particularly distinguished for grace or dignity, and the application of titles to ?? ~ 1-, 1 Tl.,. V,IM/ Yr>rL UH'Ul in au.'iuu. i uv iuaj vi v/i ?? * v??, whatever else may be said about him. is a well mannered man. admixing the foriiler i.. rt with the suaviter iv rt\odo very judiciously; and if anybody can stand being called his Excellency, he is the man. Govetnoi Banks, of Massachusetts. who carries the title by right, also wears it well. Greeley, we fear, would And it u little too heavy at first: but if we could only pi?t him in as Governor for a couple ol years, he would scon get used to it. and might, with our aid and counsel, wear it as jauntily as he does the "old white coat.,? Phoorfs.s or the Census.?We learn from Washington that the eighth census is likely to be completed at an earlier period than on previous occasions?the work being pressed on with great activity in all parti of the country. We hope that the census marshals will be af luxiiru rrrrv mum/ in uuuiiuui^ lur urirsmi r information, in order that we may not only have (he census laid before the public in pood time but that it may be complete in all its parts. The progress or the country for the la*t ten yean presents an interesting problem and most important feature in the world's history, and it is mofct desirable that it should be faithfully recorded. MORE NEWS FROM EUROPE Arrival of the City of Baltimore off Cape Mi Sr. JoHV-t. N. I"., July 12. 1*60 A ship rigged ?ore? M<*am*lijp, dotibll'-M (lie City u UaJtmiorr, irotn Liverpool 4th, via Ifueenstowc 6tU last., for Now York, |>s.wj Capo Race at rlovon o'clock tbis furetioou. 81m- <ris flrst *eeu Homo Bllt-m mtlca raat o Uie Cape at niue o'clock, l"il a thick fof setting In she |<a**ed o(T to the aontbwsrd, ao lliat the newfiboat w.ia un able to board ber It la barsljr poa*ible (hat the can con taming the near* Tor the prw was thrown overboard, and that It maybe pit Wed up after the fog lift*. Win J west. Thermometer 00 WPWfi ERftM TUF NATIONII P1PITAI Oar Special Washington f>r?patc h. Wawivt.ion, July 1Z, IHfiO t?>?ioR Knows. o? m-Mivinrri. orruao to bh^'-kismhui A>T> LAM?(flMWUON TO l>Ol 1.1.All l> TMK K.KT1I. kTC\ Senator Bro?n, of MnfeiMipp., *lio s;>oke at tu/ritiflj cation meeting of B.eckmndgo a iJ (am io tUic c ty but Monday night. having aince lea! the letters of lh<?o two gentlemen accepting the c?m<c:?ti<>ii, and finding th?t Uv-y douot dv< lere is favor of Cougrw?u>nal protection of fet*ytry in the Territories, withdraws hi* support from tlio tii krl, acJ ariuo>.iii . t tbc opinion lU.it the position of Breckinridge and l.anc >? no belter for tbr Soatb tb*n th*t of IKmgla* and Johnaoo I have the higboJt authority for making tin* anuoum meet Senator Bn*n and Uinljlcft Ibi morning, o ruiV for Musi*/ tpju. Tbe opinion i? expreMel bervbv promts- ui font horn ncu, that if the combine! o;>pja,iioa 10 Ilrekinridge rhow their atrenglb io the 9*it!i Mr B-?'l wtl; carry a larg<' majority ot the Mouthers O" rurM tkia can only be doco with the aid of th<> P>ugta* party, an t lb'7 i?m to be directing ibetr euergn** >a ibe South to tint point Tl?c Brc';inruige men oflrr tx t freely that tu? State canuct be nam<j th.it will (ire tv> ?)a? an electoral v ie No taker* A dirtincuifhtd Southern Senator said to day tual anr prcmiiirat m.m in tbeSwth who dai<v! ch ate the e!ecti?u of in tin- South wouM t?e tiurur ' ineflgry u.vaoiVe rrosrie-w is rn??Tiuini. I'lomioei! democrat'. aue here from IVuuylva ui.i *.> erl Hat LidcoIu will cur.v that SOto b) a i! ?-ci?t<*<l poplar majority. * * T*u?.. *imi wwii Mi iro> ut rmuM MVUHM' W r? I learn from Mr. Outline. Consul lo the Amoor, thai hla prqj. . I for telegraphs r- mmi nii iliim from Karen, the enatnrn termini:* of |ele~r?phn commnnirat on id I tro pean Ti.ji* a.to Hi* mouth of the Amoor, and IV' antlinrt* inp titmice of a turrrr tor OMilnuine the line thi ?i|)i lli< llu* t?n |>?<-flM>uas in As'itaiid Ameri< i,a- ?n?e.| hi my dec|?u!i taxi night. wm more readily alodial L? ibe Pnf-iao government fri m the lad of the fal.oi o' lliv AtlaHic cable Tlte line from 11??? month o' the Am mr to Cfci'forma, vUt ttticrtng fMrat--, will requiro In t i > 'cable, and that not longer ihvn *?*t) m ilea TWV M* Tim* IXWAK * :*?** AT*>X? l> KVN?A?. 1kl trlKtlM fot the New York Indiana within IbC. New York reservation iu kaiiaaa liav lug t?eet> made nad approved by the Secretary of the Interior, the r. ntmdei of the revertation hw been turned orer to the t;<n,er?l lAiid OfPie for di-ponal a? fther pr.Mk- lani,?. and pr< i>* r lt>*Ut(l.?r> lo tli.it cfle< I luo b< tia'i>r:i.H It 11. lo< al officer*. wot miiM - o? rn* Kiwnn or wan | Her -far) Hov.t w til lea ire for ln? > m e in a w It;. J. ii1 he al*-ent al>"i.l two wit If, t> g c? led 11>.- e >?y In :'e:a of a private n it ,re CM I' ukarrf ?;i !> irt ID" S rrrtai) <ft*'?: ill f*<jt II y"? all# r, ISttu fimn l*lke'a Praki tfr. J*ly ia. n?o lb? Piki > fVak es >re-H, wti arrlvi-l It- ?r?? imr, we Imae l??f (oliow ag fm\?*' fiT-i .! ' ? ' IH1?i Yislf.'a) i.a- a,.|iMi|?r'.i;. i> i Jral. >i I tie ii.it xxl' liirlUt) by II*. t.a: r ?! t* . a-tori md < Ui'r lute r? alirt-; c ?eir> .The day t*i t off *-ili'it .r < id< *1 oi iWtnrtMuioe. MirntliiVl. i'i 11 <1 ?. m I lie 4l ldr? u. the recent favw i??(m hiIm A|i.?iv? 11. ? ? aie rr?llrmfil |4?,* < *? ia Mill ih>>i, h',| |n?r?r m alowlv. A. avna? ' )( ! It-a'ti'iai aie ret 111:1 t lo In Sn"?, a> d in %; >' ? I m t' - s a. ?!?>? *? ' . >? 1 inn . ^ T'<* il'jc ?a t?.'l. >? THE FRESIDiarriAL CAMP UGH The 1 ork. (aUl Electoral Cor.Trillion tnc*, N. Y , Ji.\J 12 IH? Tike Cuiistituliaui! L'moa Couvent.on of the frteuiU oi Boll and tvervtt mi-1 at Mechanic*' l*?l. at twNV3 u'clw W to-day. Ttw attendance wsi- moderate it pout at numbers, but hghly respectable tn character Amjog thoee priYCDl rert Hon. Krastus Broo?m, lion. C.oorg* Bnggs, Hon Wit liuigtonHunt; Judge WiUiias, of Or*pgt>. Judge Kidd, of Albany; Hon. l/wcnw> Burrowe*. of OrKu.i-.ii lloc. Win. Doer, of Oswego; Hon. Joom C U wM. or Rensselaer; Jacob P. Kaurot, of Ontario, amH?;o C A tcroggs, of trie. The Convention wa> called to order by Joxv?C. lUuarr, of Reuaeelaer, who named Jacob P. Kaurot, of Outar-? county, temporary chaumau. (Applause.) Mr. OK^tkd, of King*, moved that Mr. Genrgo A. of New York, be temporary 6?vreUry TU,* notttiaf?l.a? was greeted with loud appUuse. Or motion of Mr. C. B Pkkkka*, of M<?'tt<?>iisr?,(a committee of six w?. appoints oo credential* On motion of Kxifrn - B ?>>*?, a committee o! n.a? wm appointed to report oa permanent organization. 8)uio desultory confecvat tou look place on the r^'jU of the members present to seafe, simif pe<-.on cu*Vieo? atf the title of R Graves, of Kings. to a scat. The Committee on Coulested Seals decided tuat it* G revet > i? entitled to a s.?M, Tbe Convention then took a rece? till tlue t'c'. yx On the i oassembliug of the Convention at thre? o'ciooic. Kk^mlv r.HOO*-, from the Committee ou Pcrmaacat Or?? meat ion, leportod a* follow*:? J'rrsidrr.t?tieneral Amos II. lYcseott, ot Herkimv Yvt /"resirfrnfj?Isaac Teller, of l>i'.t?'hns? WU, .->?>?< rll.rk ofMlull-nt. Inr.n.1, H..~- .? John, of Orange; C. C. Kfrsn, of Km?*; Aiwa Spencer, <V Tompkins; David Rui.-iell, of Wellington; and jona* C lirartl. ot Rrn.st>el?or. Sttrtktritt?(.eerge A. Hilwy, of New York, HjarjrC Collier, of Broome, S ,S. I'onieioy, of Niagara; L. W Clark, of Monroe, uud (.eorge B. King, of Now York. On taking the chair Mr. I*unooit briery returned thanks for tlio honor, lie nerd not remind the Cou vent.in that this was an important meeting They had asr-embled to deride what course, as Uniou lavug men, they were to pursue at the ejection O* had met with them tn IMS, and he did not be Iieve one sit gle uinu present regretted tbe vole h? tli-tj cast, nrvr did be believe any bore prertent were 1<m* op posed to the organization they theu fought ag? us' Ului tliey wrrc in 1H66. (Cheers.) That orgaBiaHkm IliJ thrown overboard the mott prominent and beat known btatoman. uud taken on one lee* dutiuctly r?eogu:>:#d a* republican; but then sectional prmrtplpc remained |o-* eic< ly the same now a - in 185Q, and the Union tneo couil no wore support them now than they could then. (A;> planse.) He believed ;the Convention would never de sue, directly or indirectly, to put iuto the I'rv?idi>ntUi chair the candidate ot a sectional pirtv ia Sttter hostility to one section of the Union The democratic part7? which ouce took the position of a great national partywas now broken in twain, and one half of It was as .sec tioiialaud as objectiot table ai the republican party at the North. This Convention was. he trusted, as much opiK*ed to sectionilism in one division of the Union as iu the other. Thoie v #t<. however, a party ia the hoid upon which they * ould unite?a party Ui ?t recognized the constitution and the Union as their platform. He lud been in lavor of the itnmination of Houston by that party?(applause)?but had cheerfully yielded to the wit o! llic majority, nun w as preparea 10 on wnavevcr wouiJ Ik rnott likely lu tecurr the ittocwk of Hi'11 anl Bverett iu the I'mon (Applause.) The Committer ou Credentials reported a lh?t of dete gatt>, excluding A. J H Pegamie, who claitncd a soat m a I'd it* delegate from New York. Wlicn tb<' question was put on adopting the report, M' ProANOT protested against its reocptiou, ou tha grotial that to was regularly elected delegate from the ward of New York. Mr. BLMtwior-*, of Kings, slated that P?gaaa? was a . well kuown nieuibt r of the republican part;. It was the (tr.tr of I be Convention to protect itself against spies l.-oitt hostile organization. Mr. ProANK* made an ineflectual eff trt to apeak, but the Cou\entkMi adopted the report by a uuanim >tis vote After the adopt ion, Mr. Pt gamvk agar attempted ! > tddrefc. the Convention, but not being a member, he w?.not recognized by the Chair. After declaring that he wiuld not be pu'. out, except by physical force, be took a seat. Mr. .Us. P.. Thowwojt moved that the delegates to tti* National Convention be now requested to report (t l<eers.) Hon. wa-1hm.to* Hi nt, as a delegate at large to ta? Baltimore I'nion Convention, stated that the Convent.oa had l>cen called together by an organization, with John J Crittenden at the head, to ot.ee more endeavor to uplkOkl the constitution of tho l'i.ion,and defeat s-VStonal and duuniou schemes ot those who strove to involve the nitk>a in sgitslion and hoctioual strife. A projiorly couuittiusl authority bad called topther a ( "n vent i hi of Union m^a at Uaitimcre, and the privilege of attoudiug that Conveo lion as a delegate was one of the proudest pririi.^gM ot his life. fXIcratcs from all States of the I nion, from North snd Nv.th, were there, aal he believed there never assembled a more patriot ie, intelligent body of men, mbco Hie adoption of tlie fejerai eooHitution. "There were some men there whoso names were known throughout the I'nion a?sbieacd e*per:snc??d statesmen. 1'bey pledged th< mselvea to stand b> the t nioc. and the couvtitotion The namee prescated to Ida Convention for a choice as candidates, were auior.g the blest known in the histofy of the country. Am >ngvt int'iF' huiuii it .'I'liu .1 i nurnc.i n, nii.i a maji>i nj ot be Comeuiioc vould have tendered him the nom-.uat.ju had to not refi;:-icd to .illo* his rami' to be u*e<l lor aucii purpote. The 0>nventiou h?d Anally chosen John Ball, of Tcuueniee. (I?ud applause ) A delegate Irom New York (Mr Hrooka) who had favored before that uom.'.ia tton, Mr. Boufton,of Texas. had moved tb.it tb* nominal ;<? bo uuaniraou*, which wax done. Tte nun.* of Kdward l.veiett was then, by om onauimoo* vote Iron line end of tbc I'uion to th? other, rhonco tj the *(V ond place ou the tiCk.M (Loud a|i|.Ur.*e ) (>o the matter of platform they bad eipciietieed no embariaattueul. TU?y diactrded all word1- capable of coottrucliouii n?Mma enough to suit all MCttons alike, an 1 resolved to tnarrU t-> bat lie u|m?i tho?o principles which pr?v tiled at th; f*iuUtioo of the I'dioo It had be<-c made k% a charge u^uit Un party that Uh'} lgoortd the <j>i?stK>n of da very?that they failed to e\|>rcK-their afi-.tinvotf 01 th.it overshadowing i#*ue. He a<-Wed li at the time the Declaration of lnd< |? ndeiife wa.< higueo, or when the voh-tilutua vf Ul* Inited Male* *u alopted, the question of silvery wou'mI have twvn permitted Ivdiiivb thefraternal d?iibmt?u of Uk latbors of the republic* If so, the liacltratioo of Independence and < ooHiiution of the tuilel Mates would never have been adopted. The friend* of IV*U and Cverctt were told that It wa* I *elc?* to support thoae candidate*, for they could not be elected, and they cu^ht therefore to (to ovtr to either one n th.- , i , t Hronger pirtie?. Now. there arc four candidate in the lii ld. It i? ptyper lo a.-? ime that no sectional p.irtr? that m. no |?rty minir* oely in one section of th? I'ni'*, like the republican party, can tlaim the election by a ma joctty of the people They hare their party in one see in>n <1 th' Union only, and in that, if in a maturity at all, they have a Urge minority a^aiuiit tbetn. If elected, Uieu, tin ir election could onto be in the electoral Coiiefrr, rvprrarutiiig a rIium itv of tlw of tb{ '.'ttiOJL, |W4 onlv one ^ fnK-n *( thai Vet ! t*il>ilcaim talk much alwut an oU-ctj.* by tbe people Waa lln" a?itli an t i*iicteiu c<JfflU?irUlte<! cy tbe conetitutNHi He beltoved it waa an elei'W) "?ucb to bi: beptored and likely to prove fatal to the I'niofl. M? wv ju favvf ot throwing the electios into Coogresl ?f IW part) luiiuiiiflu ihc whole I'mou cuuld receive a ma jority o( the people of llic Colon in lui firor. It wi<i Mm Iiui 11P1HIIA, was no rof.suiiil?l 111*1 II C< ' i I 11Ot cltct a >'r**iil<'?it u) nrcoi (Ikiicp Willi tbo oliiirfaitm uudi*r tlio ccnUitUion M - undt-r aucli * at*l* ot *fl*ir* Ut<> n.u nt(?l lo I* otocl-vl. Hid li? ni'i il* mil) m*u tin I < oi.U be rtecl'-d, ut John Ifcil.-f T''Dt'p???* ' (App4*'i?? ) Bow wm? it pot.i'hic to lliruw Ufrfottm into Cvrgrwi? wtwn it w :is fotm'l th>t na candidate could ?" ' rr a n.?>-?rttjr of I1m> of th* v.In>l(* uuioo In In# Midaitwut 0Ti*ry lovfr of M* I'lltou Kim lil llir?w ? nl?" bin | rri>iUi? i'g Vi.l unitr to Mmr# furh a r?'<-- lit If men wln> MIW tv?J >>olilK'?i wnt'intnt in coir.m<Hi < *n r. wt<?n# and unit* t.' ?,tai? ' a^.lalion and MrlJr i foo a t an1 craaU *iwli.ma> lute Im twi oo ttina* who arret i . n.num ini'Mf an.1 bar" a nwrw'ti mimlry t" < Why, n (iwll frtinr, i *iinot llioae ?b.i li-vc ti?? I ?*>? and rryrrt tta>> c >n.*?it<i t on crniti.nr ?od untie to do a (trval aod r?j act' (Trp mriiiioiw ppiat't"1 ) A \oh -.say that ovi aira n. (Ij*. ttx-r * ' <?li*i?ra. J Ilr. Him?So.no I Ua\i> aaid it i.nrr. naw w?t mo ait u|<cti it H<- dr< l?r<-?l 11... t iafctiuUioe from lt?<? Snuili yavr indWMwi of tb? ancoraa of lite Cnion tirM in a larm majority of tbr SMtr?. 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