Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 26, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 26, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. iHHEH GORDON BENNETT, PPOVK1BTOR AND EDITOR. ilm m. v. wt-j ?n or kaseau a>d tvlto* btb. TERMS. m*ht* aJmmr. THE DAILY HK.t.lLD. 2 cent! per -opt? t7 per hmuhi. THE U tlEKLV HERALD every hiitord.iy cenlt per MWV> or |& per un???i; l*e Europe in Edition $4 jer ianum to ?my pin t of Urtut Britain, a?J 16 to ?ny part vf the Con tinmi' both to include poitupe. VOLirHTAR V COR KA Si' OVi ? E Jrt E , containing vnper Mm t iMari, tvliiited from u?y quarter ?/ Me world? if nil be liberally (kiui for. W Or* Fobkihn (!ohrmv?1' ? CUTS AMI riHTKULAIILY H.vll vBTrU TO Irtl *1.1. LkT *m> Pack*. >.b h? > a. ALL LETTEJiS by Mail for VvJucripti* it or with Advcr tttrmeut$ to be pott puUL, or Ikt p?tuge will be dettuded from Ju um mru remitted. MU NOTICE t.ihen of an?iyinou* remminkat^ni. nil 4t not return thane rejected. . JO H MINTlNa executed with iinlwn, iheapr eti, ow4 ^epat.h Jdv VERTlSEMf.KTS rcneir-e. e"enj &iy. Voum X3t N?*.S4 amusements TP is evening. 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S?hacriptM>n? and advertleementa (or any edition of Mo sow Tons Houui will ke received at the following atnoao in Mart-pe ? lr*?*r<>oi.. . John Dunur, No. 3 Para?!?e (street. homo ? Kriwarda, Raadford k Co.. No. 17 Cornhill. M Was. Thomas k Co., No. 19 Catharine street. Fabjb liringaten, Walla k Co., 8 Place de la Boone ?W eooUats of the European edition of the Huaiji wis eabm?e the aewa recuved by mail and telegraph at Mo dm i n% U>e previous week, and to the hour of ?irtsatwm. Newa Cur tba Pacific. Bo eteopahip NoMharn l<>ght, Capt. Tinkle ugh, ?U1 kin tk.i port t? aoorrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Tor fmla Areoaa. A* Naw Yom kinuui ? California edition? contain all the latent n<:we by mail and telegraph from all govt* of the world, will bo fii.l>U*h?d at eleven o'clock to-morrow mentor Agenta will pleane lend in their to early aa peanible. I**e Ntwi. We are Mill without later news from Europ".. 1U eteanuhip A. ti antic u now, provided she left Limpet I at tbe day appointed, in ber sixteenth day oot. We direct attention to the ifl'.ter of onr Albany ootieap* n kat, under tbe telegraphic be id. He m> interesting developments respecting the poUcy of tbe administration. Tbe report aad UU r*< oasmondmg and providing for laying Mb op- .ii raliruad freight, it aewna, is tbe work of Am mSeorTi y of toe Committee of Way* and Means. A (tutor proje t for making ap tbe deficiency in aae wll' be prrasnted 4n a day or tiro. Pianciaro de Arrangoir, tbe special com appointed by Kanta Anna to receive tbe I tairtehw-nt of the tlfl.ooe.MM to be paid under Qalsden treaty, hat recently erased to be pnb ad aa oddreaatohn contrymen, jartifying his In deducting ont of the $7 ,000, (MM received ? aortein par rentage for hie commission. Ecnbo died m tbia addrea? are some forty oBcial and private daoameata bear ag on tbe aatyect, some of which we highly m,?"ertiag. a* evincing tbe extreme e?rn oataeeo aad ainty of Saata Anna to save tbe ten auUtona from the ulatchra of Mexican creditors, aad from the rapocunurea* or possible dishonesty of Mextcaa offc tela. Hat we have selected two docu- j ?rata bearing on a different snbjeot? namely, the ai .tt-tmont aad tr?<t?p.>rt*tiou to of ? ftwia? b"4y guard tar Santa Anna. Thit matter mu h atteattoi. both here and in Kurop?, a in* ago bat IU truth wis odi Holly Jeim* 1 sa the part ?f Max too- We now place in cloae prox ?Mi the totter of Manor Pocheoo, the Mnxlcan Mm (Mr ta Knu re, to the Par ? joaraal /.a Pa'rit, de ay hag the tenth of the run* <ra titan cuTent on the ?hi" t. aad a U.p*omati nete from th?- same Senor la Oaa. Alataate. tbe Mex r ?c Minister bare, notify tag him of hie per^eae ta draw am htm immediately tat IfiflO uW, f u the p -Tp-v* of aeadlag oat to Mex mm> tkr fctme w?? raiment* ordrrod by bis gor asawi*. Tbeaa two letters are carious and late MStai tT as rsMbtttag the vrr*< i us haracter of Me* ma* Ml* ?* ?>. <*?? Ituaa (hVaragaa) r rraapoadeat . writing on tfee 4th af March. far" lata ? an taterea'.in^ report of the awvemewta af < Voarl Hheelar. m his r?pe ity of I 'aiW Mt*'?a Mioteter, ma ? hi* arrival at San Jaaa As Mtcaragaa ap u. that tiaw. It sppe&ra thai aasae ?ItaaaUra from New Orlaana mioag^d ta gat IMsbuhs attached to Ms aaite. aad by their sa ?smtaf with the aatlre partiea of Chomorro sad faatttloa a"?m of moa*y f-om the a a* . ta laantttaM of wv, ml avert acta. have m -Italy raaapmsalted the Ma aal g ad fa'th of onr govern ? t. Whaetar waa at iaUwt data osraitinf the k' af the n * datirw, hefl*e taking ttir'.W aal alia* T*.?a etler ai'i be fcaad aseful, pro ?*?? .. .?? ' <-i on an Ameri-\n i 4 reach a* fr> ? the repahlioa of Cm taai Aoseite. the star**? t ear fsnt aa asatta aad atora e* war wa* -?i? ?liy dtstroylag the ham laterca* ai .Xa.iaaia i>a**4SMb aad Hoa ?area "aaae had .?a*d a maai fealo rala to" ta th* at* l ias> ih at the ftictikad ptaxa of tanaaya , % rapy af ? ta 'h wa pah'Mh . ww <wiip aJ?Bt at Ah %a vtria (Kgjrpt) g**aa mm- aank- *tu rma'laa with rrgatd to .ha ra aaat <???*?'* aU?*by two crtpa wt rV? ran be ob> tatasd fn m Ua stiat *aa ! a Ive moat ha. Tbe aw omb *l the enpartam .mm af Mr l.attia. the /ttaoverar M Ma ptwan ay stab sa h aa tapaMst raaa't i ??> tass >d ? Ht') a*t#?'"t by Mr IW- !??a, our t'ja aal Uaaee^ ta Kgyy* Tka eswaaiva mda?fc*a? < ?? .? ksaw ? a* the Paw afx Ou aad CsomMo Verba, V ?? ito4 at U? rm nar oi ?md aad Jaha slasata, h? t ya ?aa total'y 4a dieyd hf * -a yeMaraay ? r?.ag. Lauv iaata<i ai h?a ?ta. a*>?4 ball a# whtoh ? f ?va-ad by soar aaaa Tl Ik I frtMMNl f nr'" ??*4 rati* *f ta tha Irtfto tM laratl| 0* bn4Mad\| am h* by a arqe #aH*tiy /fta se? m* ta pta*e the ear*>tag a* the aaaoi ? hryiad ? daahh Wa pah* ah alaawhaoa sa ac onwat af Iho aofiMr ?f Mt? Mary <?waed a paaag m wrtwd w<>?a?a, rw akOwr a taia ?My, by eaMag hat th oat with a saoer , ah? m a It of ta 1 1 usasei or* wosa ~qgrtsl trtaia tm taha paw da*tag ta* p**w term of the Caat of Oyer aad feral a or. The Ar* w U aeehi ain v ? > t *j ' patsam- ev*. y fe'.W wrttar. Ohoa^i eswd tha I ram taa V at tHfeai, pa ti r*a* j in aaw* oar Ma ai paid lottee wtli pas thveo<h IS* ?alto after tha t- at af am *p a Ai. ieueva aat peapaid alii ha seat ta the taw* tsaa r aMka. Tbta Ufi ahoaid he maw* t < ?? tar aad a>4a. flisstai onrhot t?a* ?n?4 Cm M?| eaaj bat aw ag ta taa aapaa-* '( Ha A ? iaa i w s aa*a. the aalea did not cxoaad kbort l.MO W?a. F'.mi ?i rather firmer for eoaesaa |n4*s with ? Mr bulntn doisf , ihkf v fur laml m4 E*atara c? snm^tioo. Wheat vu qaiat, i*4 a? aate* of aonr&t report td. Cam wa? *r !*a aft tfcs. a 9?4e. *or white, ud No. ? MM. i* yattov. lVovbicDa wct? wHhoct <"*?*? at aoami fd oostlnmd quite Ann, with pret y tim aa**. i? chidiLg acn e lute purctu-rrS oa 8- atbe ?? accv-iat. Onr IpuiMl HrUAuni-Danli'i Krtarn- j Vttwllofl at 91 ad itd and Waaiil 114ft.' ? .SuaictblnK In Dm Wind. Our telegraphic de*p*tch*a today, from Washington and Philadelphia, in r*ferrnec to the rumored reconstruction of th? Cibinei and our diplomatic corps, are very carton*, aad strorgly significant ol something in the wind. The debate, on the ether hand, in the Cortex at Mndrid on onr Cuhui imbroglio, whioh we have abo transferred to them columns, ?howa vary conclusively that the Spanish Minister of For eign Affair*, Senor Lazuriaga, in apprehensive of some impending danger from the in<iigu*nt return oV Mr. Soule to the United State#, aad has all at once bfcome extremely amiable aad conciliatory. Who has given him bid cue? The English embassy, perhaps, or Monsieur de Target. We refer our readers to his remarks in the Cortes. A more peacefully inclined gentleman cannot be found at this time in any European cabinet outside of Prussia. And thin is the same Minister who fcad no time to answer or even listen to the demands of Mr. Soul? for a liquidation of our outstanding accounts! Now, however, Senor Liwurlaga pleads for an armis tice ? pleads for peace, and protests that Spain is not at all disposed to chaffer upon the indem nity in the Black Warrior and other case*, but volunteers to foot the bill of costs with her characteristic magnanimity. All this is very tine; thongh it simply amounts to nothing but a confession that Senor Luiuriaga is very much frightened in view of the peculiar acts, facta, and circumstances resulting in the final depar ture of Mr. Soul? from Spain. In this speech of the Spanish Premier we have also the origin of that false report in the Washington Union, that there hud been a set tlement of the Black Warrior case. This spcech shows that this reported settlement amounts to the single declaration that Spain at last is graciously disposed to procecd to a considera tion of the subject. Senor Luznriaga, doubt less, deeircd to anticipate the warlike reaction which he apprehended would follow the arrival back on these shores of Mr. Sonle. This appre hension wae very natural, after the cavalier treatment which our Minister sulFered during his official residence at Madrid, and the cool hauteur and contemptuous indifference with which all his approaches for specific negotia tions were set aside. But, quick as Senor Lu znriaga has been to protest his amiable incli nations, it is very likely that his protestations have come too late for the desired purpose. What does Spain want t Sho wants an ar mistice?she wants ^time. She wants to hold us on the conciliation and pacific tack until her protectors, England and France, are relieved of Russia. Then she will wheel about, and pro test that she owes us nothing, will concede nothing; and that she defies us and dares us to interfere with her internal or external regula tions for the island of Cuba. This is what we may expect, if our administration shall prove to be credulous and green enough to swallow the sugar-coated promises of Senor Luzuriaga. But the sensation here which it was ex pected would follow the return of our Minis ter, has come. The publication of his official correspondence is producing a prodigious re action, uot only against the further continu ance of a milk and water policy like that of Marcy, but decidedly against the Marcy Ca binet, and in favor of a new one, upon the de cisive platform of the Aix-la Chapelle manifes to. Ilence these reports from Washington and Philadelphia of a projected early re-construc tion of the Cabinet and our diplomatic corps. Soule, meantime, can afford to keep quiet yet tor a season, while his correspondeuoc is working so strongly in hi? favor. It ttiere were any rcliuucc to )>e placed upon the plans and purposes of Mr. Pierce from one ?!ay to unother, we should feel bold to say that, tr? m present appearances, indication.*, facts and rumors, there will bo a new Cabinot, on the Aix-iaChapelle policy, and a corresponding re organization of our diplomatic representatives to the Western European "Powers before the tirst of July. Nay more, we should feci pretty : anguine of an extra session of Congress, and of such recommendations to both houses, con c< riling our affairs with Spain, as would fully carry out the recent bold and emphatic sugges tions of the Washington Union. If these sug pstions were intended to feel the public puis?, we ni?pect that even Mr. Pierce is convinced th;U action, ami decisive action, is the very thing desired by an overwhelming majority of ill sections, classic and pai tics of the Ameri can people. Why then hetifatc, and delay, and prevaricate any longer'.' Why throw the golden epportunity away? We feel entirely convinced? we have not the shadow of a doubt- that some such new Cabinet .V that laid down at Philadelphia, fol lowed up by the call of an extra session of Congress, and the recommendations we have indicated, would speodily re-establish our forlorn President upon a broader, Monger and more ( on sister t popular support than that which he has lost. As matters now staid his ease is most desperate, and requires the boldest treatment to save the patient. Poultices, and palliatives, soothing syrups and narcotics will not avail. His whole system mu?t In* thoroughly purged. His spoils policy has Uen very dbnstrous, and the various prc < iptioi s of M;?rcj, Koxsta, diplomatic Indian I UnK' ts, coats ami lireech' S, Cuban advices "il all, have only reunited iu reducing the ad n ? i tration to i-k >i and bone. Mr. Pierce ap pr> it?-? the urgent net? -dty forborne new and )?>*< rful no .411- o! relief uiul restoration. He ? a -jt b ?? . imNt ile a- not to perceive that Sp T.Cuba, ? dcw poll y, a new Cabinet, and an ? \ i ? ?<s?ion of Conur* -? aic Ids true remedies The r cart! on is upon hi in. the plot thickens in pr> s?e*. tb? present invites to action; '? future is fu.i of danger? the immediate ?m>if ib< r< ' nothing left but Cuba to stand Nt? r?lly iiotliing. 1? Virginia, that last 'lta<t' l"f Mr. 1"? roe's democracy, worth sov ii I* tlx- <l> n critic paity' Is Cuba.' Oris ? fot'ii* p? i ? nt country worth securing? I? j?*? lo tM ' in) ill thcM- inquiries, then, we ur^e upon Mr i'i.-rce and his advisers a p. n t.'aWuet and n ? ?r? Msnisn of Congress. Uft ke< p M~- Hw1 at hone, if he is to goto Hfatn to mum negotiation* upon the basis of u > ?t?eev flavored protestations of I.n t w?a. Ke?p Hr. Podge at home to avait t',? ? > .e? ?f an ? * *? H?sion of Coofrreaa Bast Smo*s The Latest Hcmco. ? We know M lor. guage too strong to characterise ike r ikiti.U'<n? announced under the above title. TVy ?N brtfdM, disgraceful and un fe*lin: iu ' ".ry po^dble way. Toe idea I e*kit>iiir? R like piga or fat poodles flw ? metking ' j it io rev- ltiiitf and sorepi' ^nt to al' ??ubl died notions of decency, f'jat jt }? Mtrj rbi-M ,fcai ">7 <?? ?ould 1)6 fr^and toen tnt iin ?'.ill lew to encourage it u would be urt an proper to make a t-how, t>r the mothers lUiiitelv'*? fur iti fact tb 4 M(! cannot very *? ? lbr ? vkibited without the other. But, apart ir m tfc- mnbecotuing character of such exhi bit ? s, *i)cre are c'?her considerations which are tn tMent tu oondemn them. They are not ii;?rHy ''tlUl and contemptible, but they are po^itivet^ dangerous. Only fancy the influence likely tohj produced on the general health of rhlldirn by the congregation together of so many infants, having in them the incipient reed* of the diseases incident to their age, such a* the measles. smallpox, and other conta gions maladies. The nursery is the proper place tor children, aud the idea of removing them from it to the overheated and infectious atmosphere of an exhibition room, could only have originated in the brain of a he art) em and c axe-burdened -bowman, who is accustomed to extract gold from the miseries of others, and who thinks as little of making his harvest out of the sufferings of the infant generation as he did out of those of % poor old worn out negroes. Barnnm is in fact trying to brave the moral sense of the community by originating these preposterous and brutal experiments. Ilis last shameful em-ay of this kind was the show of mock Khunghaes and Cochin China roosters, which has been so severely, but humorously, caricatured up in Burnham's *'Hcn Fever." If there was any useful object to be gained by these exhibi tions, whether of fowls or of babies, some excuse might 1m> found for them. But liarnum pretends to nothing of the sort. Ilis only pur pose is to attract visiters to hia Museum ; and provided he fills his pockets, he cores but little what the public may think of his procec iiugs In a postscript to his autobiography, he will, probably, at some future day, give ns an inside view of his own opinion of them, which will, no doubt, be as edifying and instructive as his commentaries upon the previous episodes of bis audacious and unblushing career. In the meanwhile, it is painful to think that there should be found in our community ladies of respectable character and position who do not shrink from lending their names to these dis gusting exhibitions. They have evidently been duped by Barnum into the belief that they are advancing the interests of humanity by giving their aid to this great baby move ment. Ladies are proverbially weak on this point, and we have no doubt that the caauistry of the ingenious showman overcame any linger ing doubts that they might have entertained as to the propriety of their conduct. We have said enough, we hope, to convince them that they can best farther infant development by confining it to the nursery. Exhibition rooms are not, like hot-houses, favorable to artificial growth. Nitixjutication in Nrw Voiik. ? The select committee of the At-ecmbly on the mbjwi, have reported through Mr. Phelps, ol Onon daga, a bill entitled " An act for the better preservation oi the constitutional rights and liberties of the people of this Stat*-." which we re-publhh to-day. Ah will be perceived upon looking into this measure, it is nothing more nor lews than a bill to set the constitution at defiance, in the nullification of the Fugitive Slave law. The bill provides in behalf of fu gitive slaves 1. ? The writ of habeas corpus. 2.? A trial by jury. 3. ? Fines for die arrest of persons as fugi tive slaves, who are not such. 4. ? A denial of the jails for the temporary safe- keeping of fugitives. An interdict against all puMio officers of the State assisting in the arrest and restoration of fugitive slaves to their masters. <>. ? A similar interdict to the State militia. 7. ? Repeal of a conflicting law. 8. ? Penalties to Stutc officers who may pre fer obcdience to the laws of Congress. 9. ? Expenses of thin new law provided for. 10. ? The act to go into effect immediately. This is clean work, and if this bill be passed, there Immediately arises a conflict between Con gress and the State, and the anti-slavery agita tion will receive the e-scitiug impetus of open and defiant nullification. Snch an act is ( an appropriate appendix to the re-election of Seward, and iB a practieal dcvelopc meutof his seditious and disunion programme for future operations. We shall see whether bis followers in the Legislature have or have not the hardihood to carry out a measure so fraught with the elements of agitation, sedi tion, revolution, lire and slaughter ai thin. Pass this bill, and <*very man may as well resolve at once whether he is for the Northern or the Southern confederacy, for it must speedily ripen into secession and disunion. W e fha'l watch the fate of this new and most impudent scheme of nullification with the deepest interest. It. is the test question. Mom: Satanic hiin run Satanic. ? The west- ! ern papera say thai the New York press is un- j dergoiug several changes; among ethers that several of the daily journals- among which tnc i Tribune and Kxprrtn stand pre-eminent? are now more satanic than the "satanic" itself. We leel flattered by the allusion to ourselves. Our | country cotemporaric* are slightly mistaken. By dint of constantly aconsing fh" Hkimld of satanlc propensities for vulgarity, slang and scurrility, several city journals have come to believe themselves at last, and seeing that the Drruij) was successful, while they were not., i have innocently supposed that its success must ! be dut- to the ?|tialitics for which they gave It credit. i r<.m thin discovery to (lie assumption of atenic characteristics the interval wiw short; the Tnluti' . Expr>*t, and others, very soon Ix'gan to Ik* j-ciii rllcnis and abusive, expecting in their verdant silline-s that they would suc ceed better in OODneqaoDce. They are better able tbn *(? to report how the dodge succeeded. Mej"while, as the Legislature ha.s appoint d a cOMmittee to inquire into the condition and tnodvn opt rati<h of the New York press, we msy expe ct some interesting disclo-ur' s \ Uti regard to the marner in whicJ. some of the journals are got up. The epithet of sntanic Is likely to become vnl.>ar and common. As to the facts which gave rise to the committee ? the i se< nes which took place on the occasion of the ' v!*it of the Legislature to this ci'j - we &ppre- , head the ff mmittee w'Jl not find anything to question or cavil at in thr rep-rtof the leading journals. To try to l?y the blame of the ' jUkm and rowdy im which took place on . occasion on interlopers is a very em ill P yeoeeding; and one which will serve the cham pagne drinkers in the Maine law Legislature very little. iDdeed, looking over the whole affair, it appears that there is much better rea sons for the Mew York press appointing a com mittee to inspect and report upon the Legisla ture, than for the Legislature to perform the tame office for the press. Kissavk'h Case? Valce of a Penitent Speech ?The Court of Sessions has been en gaged for many days past on the trial of a man named Kissane, lor extensive forgeries on the Chemical Bank, in this city. The case exhibit ed some remarkable features, more especially the coolness and enterprise with which the scheme was devised in so distant a place as Cincinnati, and the ingenuity, skill and deter mination with which its details were carried out here. But the speech of Kissane and the sentence of the Recorder are the most sugges tive points of the whole affair. From some admissions and innendoes in the declarations of the prisoner, it is evident that bis conscience was ill at ease during the trial, and that there were other offences preying on his mind. He endeavored, indeed, to cloak them over with an expression of contrition; but it was apparent to all present that he labored under the consciousness that he was an old of fender against the laws of his country. His previous history goes far to establish that im pression. Every one recollects the extraordi nary circumstances connected with the burning ol the steamboat Martha Washington, on the waters of the Mississippi, a few years ago. Se veral individuals, all occupying respectable business positions, were charged with having conspired to set the vessel on fire, with the intention of defrauding a number of Insurance oflicep, both on this and on the other side of the Atlantic. Kissane was one of the parties upon whom suspicion fell, and his case was investi gated in one of the Western courts. I he burning of that vessel was a terrible affair. It was proved on the various trials that she had been laden to an unusual extent with boxes and bales, apparently full 0f goods, but in reality containing nothing but, rub bish, and which were insured extensively in various offices throughout the country. At a suspicious hour, and under the most suspicious circumstances, the vessel took lire whilst pro ceeding down the river, and numbers of unfor tunate individuals perished in the catastrophe. And yet ail the parties concerned in this dia bolical plot escaped punishment, and have lately commenced actions against the different offices in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, New York and other cities, in which the cargo was insured. The share which Kissane had in this affair no doubt caused him some severe twinges of conscience on bis late trial. He felt that his evil course of life could no longer escape the punishment which conduct like his is, sooner or later, certain to entail. Thanks to a few rhetorical flourishes, he got off much easier than he expccted. Our amiable Recorder, who seems to be the legatee of the legal lore and kind heart of our late Recorder Rlker, was moved to compassion by the apparent penitence of the sinner, but nevertheless concluded that be must "suffer some." He accordingly gave him only two years aud a half in the State prison for a crime which, under other circumstances, would probably have been visited with the full punishment specified by the law. The Mission to France.? Several of our co temiKiraries, both here and elsewhere, still harp on the mission to France, which, it is said, 1 lerce intended to give us but did not. They need not trouble themselves on that score any longer. The mission to France, or any other mission, is not worth our taking. When a new man Las been elected President in 1856, w% may condescend by hard solicitation to take the post ol Secretary ol State, in order to reorganize on a proper footing the foreign policy of the go vernment. Hut we would not keep the office oyer a year, and then we might be induced by kind treatment, (but not by subscriptions of Moo 000. as in the case of Daniel Webster,) to take the post of Secretary of the Treasurv, or ganise that dilapidated department, and put it in proper training for prosperous financial ac tion. After thee labors we should retire from he IW LI, pr. parc for 'Jreenwood Cemetery, aud * iUe future to the Know Nothing j TliK Ckm tui, Park ? Day after day Mayor i Wood improves. Ills next proceeding after 1 breaking up th?? lashionaldt! gambling houses ? : or taking preliminary steps towards that end ? I wiu to veto the resolution of the Common I Council curtail in g the Central Park. It is very : lianl to t-ny how ttie municipal )?odicn proceed ; j en v, hat principle their legislation h based, or w ith w hat design half their measure* are planned. With regard to thin resolution which originated in the Hoard of Couucilmen, the simplest in j terprctation appear* to be thai it wan suggested ! Ly a spirit ot speculation. Some p trliett who?o land>> were in tho vicinity and would have been ; aflectcri by the curtailment of the Park were in 1 1 all probability at the bottom of the scheme. It in not unlikely a* the Mayor hints in the begin- 1 ning ol hi* veto message. that some diiap|M>inted advocates of .lones's I'ark had a hand in the parage of the resolution ; desiriwg of course I to kill the Ceutral Park scheme by inchea. ; Fortunately. Fernando Wood was true to hi* duty and the attempt waa frustrated. 1 It will doubtless be renew*. J, ami it rests with the citizens to -ay whether or no trie j Mayor shall be sustain* d in vhat be ha- done, For our part as we cannot conceive anything | more imperatively needed by the mochancA of this city than a Park to breathe lt? *h air in, *0 I we cannot think of a scheme more wu-tby of piihlic iiprabatioa than one to curtail tb*' xiae of that Park, or throw any other o?"it?elc in the way oi its completion. If any one wanted to enlarge it, we wouH support them. When it is proposed to curtail it. the l<a ?t the public can do is to declare its dis-itisffcction in a tone not to be misunder?t?od, and to give to the Mayor their full roant< sianec and support. Tim Imma?ii.atk Coxou-tion iW TIIK V 1 't ui> Mart. ? Yesterday, in the Catholic Church, was tbo Feast of the Annunciation. (>o that day, according to the (Jospel. the ativ I ap p< artd to the Virgin and announced the coming ot the Savinr. This Is -nppo-^l by >m-? to lie I he tame ax the Immaculate Con ??p? ion ; t.ut that is one thing and the annuo nation in an other. Th?* Immaculate Conception of the Vir gin look place many jeara preriow. Tbe reli gions services In many of the Catholic ehnrrVs yesterday were and in s,.m? a ere splendid. William H. Szw&bo's Purposes on tbk Pmkbidkncy. ? The ]?!*" of William H. Seward and hit) friendB is to oarry by fusing all the i-sues of the day in the nyxt Legislature of New York an they did In the present one, aod ftien procure from that body the State nomina tion for the Prtsidetcy. Mr. Pierce's treachery to tbe democratic party, and the breakiag up thereof, left the door open to Seward's re-elec tion as Senator. Tbe anti-slavery issue, the temperance issue, tbe old fossil rcmuants of the whigs, and the n* w police bill, are all iu teudt-d as various instruments by which the Presidential nominati<>a of Seward in the next Legislature might bo secured If the Know Nothings in this State unite in opposition to Seward, and the democracy of Tammany Hall reorganize their elements, a fight will take place between those parties, aud Seward may be demolished in the oonfiict. CiviD In. ? The terrible oyster hou?e critic of Forrest's performances appears to have caved in very Buddenly. Why so? We tell him there is no occasion (or alar ja? that For rest has too much good tense to interfere with so active an agent in filliug his houses; and that Marshall is too shrewd a manager to per mit a libel suit to interrupt a sensation which pays so well as this. Moreover, notwithstand ing the verdict in tbe Fry cane, a public jour nalist has the right to criticise an actor's or a manager's shortcomings. Don't be frightened off by the Fry verdict. That was a bad an'J unjunt precedent, as we shall ultimately prove, even if wc bave to carry it up to the highest court in the State. Go ahead. Forrest has a broad pair of shoulders, and Marshall has no objection. Don't be alarmed, Mr. Fry, or Mr. Sly, by the Fry case. The law will take care of that. Forrest is not Fry. Incipient Emkite at the Academy. ? It is very difficult to keep harmony behind the scenes of the Italian Opera. On Saturday morniBg last a row took place at the rehearsal, which, accordingly, broke up in confusion. We understand that a formal complaint in writing has been mado to the Committee of Managers against Signor Badiali, and that he will be hauled over the couls some time to day. We alwaye understood that the admirable Badi ali was one of the most quiet and peaceable of tbe troupe. What on earth is the matter? THE LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. Kon-Arxlval of the Atlantic. SUxdt Hook, March 26?10 P. M. Wc bate do tiding! yet of the ateamship Atlantic now fifteen and a half day* out from Liverpool. The wind la weat, aid tbe weather clear. Important Cabinet Rewi. RCKORBD RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CABINET AND TUB DIPLOMATIC CO BPS? A CLEAN SWIEP. Washington, March 26, 1866. Humor*- are again afloat of a reconstruction, men and policy, of tbe Cabinet. The plan now appear* to be an entirely new Cabinet, the present one to be disposed of an follows ? Marcy To England. Cu thing To France. Darin Brigadier General. Campbell (Catholic) To Rome. M'Clelland To China. Dobbin To Caba. Guthrie To Kentucky. And thin piogramme, or something like it, U to be carried out very ?oon? because whyV Under the old law our first class diplomat* abroad get an outfit of nine thousand dollars, chargi '* $4,600; but thin law expiree on the 30th June, and the now law, which then come* into efl'ect, ntope all outfit*, and aubititute* an addi tional > alary of from fire to seven thouaand dollar* a year. Tbu*, you wiU perceive, that by making thee* proponed diplomatic appointment* before the 80th Jane, the appointees get their outfit* :iod the increased salary besides; but if they wait till the 1st of July, the outfit* are all lout. You may, therefore, count pretty surelv upon a great cabinet and diplomatic reconstruction before tbe 30th June. Buchanan and Dallas are bath talked of for the State Department, and one of then will likely comc in, in order to give old Pennsylvania a lift next fall. Cabinet Hm?i from Philadelphia. CABINET COUNCIL HETWEE* GBOBOE M. DALLAS AMD PIKIUUI POITLB ? REPORTED RKBI I.T. rmi.ADEl.PRl4, March 25, 1866. lam juat informed that Mr. ?ouli , invited over here by Mr. Dalian, had a very interesting conference with him yesterday, on the rs-organiiution of the Cabinet. Kun.or anyn that Dallas i* to succced Marcy, aud that as toon us thing* c:in be arranged there ix to lie a new Cabinet, xiid a new set of diplomatic appointments. I am further advU? d that Eoul? and Mr. Dalian have almost a' good an ic-olred ujton tne folic wing ministry. ? State Department lieorge M. Dalian, 1'a. Treasury Howell Cobb, Ga. Interior ....Gov. Wright, Ind. War J. O. Breckenrid^e Ky. Navy 1'. C'oali'-, La. 1'ont Ma> ter W. M. G win, Cal Attorney CJeneial Henry A. Wine, Va. Of cour-e, SouJf in the choice of Dalian, and ia, in "p?te of Marry, still a favorite ol the i'r? ident. Wine, it i* supposed, will i.e ? ? ? t < sited, and munt be provide ) for in 'lie ? abinet or in a foreign mission. You know that old Z*ck Taylor appointed Mr Cl.iyton to chcose bin Cabinet; and why nhoul.l not Mr. l'ieree fall back upon that plan'' fitly upon it, there mnc.u etliing ot thin sort m tbe wind. Saiih han tot been n> quiet for nothing. l.nltnt I hum the State Capital. THE MIW KIN ASCI VL 8 -in*** OF THK UTAIT. OOV BUN *MST ? TOLL ON KAM.r.OADr*, KTC., ETC. Ai.hant. IU'-cU i"i, IBS. An we adeied tt r roadera of the Hihaui iu advance, the < nf Way* and Mean* of the llou-e Intro duce* * bill cn '?t tin!* j to impane toltA on r.iilroidi. Full toll* are rnconnm-ndtd on tliu Central, two tbird*on tl>? |?d "n* hall on the Northern or < ><d?Tnba-jf toad* 'Mi * is tbe ;>lan if the Auditor in opposition to tb? State Kogineer and th? Canal Oummi?? oner*. Tlie latter attribute tbe tailing "(I during the lut year of rear hall a mill i n of oanal revenue* to riahci of a meiely <? rary < hut*< ter, which aiiould create no ap ?nk> ntiow lor klir luturj. large <|tianlitir? of lumber ha*e b?"n wl'hhek* n f'arada, up- n wli rli theie wm a <?( tn?nt; per cent, under the eip*ct?t.on t.liAt tb* le.ipr" ity tioaty ?vuM >oon iro intocilet. I'pan thl? art 'eh alone a detleiency in toll" of aixtjr thoatand i?1Ut> he* aerrred during the pt*t year. Sow that ;heie le to le if e trade tn that article, and a)*o in lt.?nr. gram and iat oua other*, there it (food reason for beleiagtbat not < ulj will the ?i*ty thousand dollar* b? rt-otereo, but a -uio e.Mially Urge be a-llel to the WdH *? |u*neU?M anamlly, for all Mm*. llie *<. ?k ofl iu toll* on wheat au>i .lour liu h*en np *?>.:? of ?ii hL?!r?i tl.ou.aad dollar*, <??ing to tie (dilute . i the wheat crop over a Inr^e orient of our .? i? the 'imlnunt pr..eeof Brain aa'.'l.irit -u ? tbe rai| p ng ol largo ?luaniltiee by railro* I, under th ;[(:?!? I.?i0r? entoiUiatd by owi.rr* ol it decline "i e r.<? -ane article! ob ikl r*?on tbe (moow4 oy ?ati?l l e Male liigi&err and Hureeyor U d* lelodly ?uu ? . ? (/hatiCJ l!y ept?ie?< to tolling tailruao*, .ml ?t inn* v." ug *rguir* ui ? *bo*ing that II h n? ' men, in ?t?a-l ?f mere Wanting politician*. ?o t let h ?ee tbe k it). ?-??t of the tanak the date need f?\r no -*>ro f'tit.n ?rf? rairooda or an.i thing ei-e. flMctnahl, h? ??)?, ate thua .1 iitl^ t il? to take cart of inem-mlee* at )i- for ib'ix enwrgem -nt an'l completion, ?H'( re at a n farvrer a *?irce<if !?*? ?ha uatt> ie wealtn u> tbe Mai*. I ut the v eera nf the Aadltor, no 'iUme'r caUy id op. pi >it ?i> ,n 'he aell weighed opinion of the pram il m o i a< I?K 'be raoa>* in coarse have been ado^'el, and a bill t? Boa In ike A?*eraidy littpoeiug taxalloo npiti Height carried hy raiirnao*. ml of t .e I'nmu.itte of Waya and Mean*, con ? otiaget Bee who rep- rte.| the renwn? and roe bill on ralsroay ?aly ??e, tlee?r?. Rtat hlord and (tie* >n, fol ly Iftit I be moment tie leport ut- reai, Mr ^VnT-na in-1 Mr ,t}tl ea bet! ? lpr-- ? < ;t? t>rm ?d tWe bnoae tbat, la a * \j er two the) woald prtneat a eoaatet report. Mr iiay another aaei >er r *e lu in I Mboe, aa?l ?t*l#4 that there wer? op.n.oo< ?4r*oei I in the repot*, if faeor nl toll ?g ra Iroula wit>ab he <IU a .t ? a^oeee tf 11*1, la truth, tie HiM agreed nf n by the ? Omiair.'athc aaaw in ? the He iee ta a ?eey (..e. nut We shape, as only two out of fire of th? Committee ?? Ways and Means endorsed it an a whole. Col. Ma>..~ resident of Alleghany county. In not prepare! to iu- ire constituents (or sending their produce to the New York; mnrket en the Itrie road. Titer* ia another vi?w of thin question, of whlci we have been f-iUy advixad for weclu mil in?nth~, and which wo have wltbbfld from public view, in aotieip* - tion of tli* cootinc-tcy which liai now arieen , and it in line ?The railroad managers wl'l not oppose tbe impo nition of tolla v< ry itrenuounh . but will demand froir * the legislature, ae a quid pro (uo, the privilego of in creasing the paxsenger fare a Uu<f or a whole cent pei m )?. The law now reetricta tlicm to two canto. T^at tin* will be done, If poiaible, there can be no doubt. Th* administration organ saye: " 11 tol'a are imposed tempo ratily corresponding nnvilegns will douotlcei be extend I'd to the roads " fcucb " correaponding privilege*" art au increaite in tbe fare of paaaengers, and nothing elce Tliey will be perfectly willing to pay toJn eight month* , iu the year, dnriog the Mason of canal navigation, if they can put up naaaevgsr rated throughout the year oae quarter or a third. For instance, the far* beiwcun thin city and Buffalo is now six dollars and fifty cents ad to that half accnt on three hundred and twenty liu> m'lPN, one dollar and sixty-three cents, and the lam will be eight, dollars and thirteen cents; if a cent a mil* 1* allowed, then the charge will be nine dolUrs and ?e ven'y-aix cent*. The number of passengers curried over the ro?d in 1858, (the report for the last yeur is not jet piinted,) is '165,203, by adding one dol lar and sixty thie* cents to ea:h of t)x?ee pu eeogere. the company wculd have received the addl tional mm of hIx bnnrtre'* and ninety-asven thouHami eight hundred and five dollars, witho Jt a dollar of extra coit for locomotives, cui s, superintendence or labor. In 1843 an average was fskvn, by which it appears that th<! number of miles tm veiled bv passengers, or number of passengers carried v ie mile, was 40.Mil, 264. ivsices esklng the legislature io increase the rnted. of pa*sengerfa>-e, a demand is ulso to be mads to bridge the Hudson at Albany. This is a very Important con sideration with tht railroad companies connecting K**t and booth with the Weet. Travellers who are con stantly detained in crosaiuy the river will be relieved from th* dangera, delays snd embarrassments, by bein-c rolled ov*r in cart. Still the great comaer :ial interest* should not be hastily or unadvisedly thua seriously i interrupted. Tb* ftovernor'x private Secretary, and scon to b* New York Harbor Master, who was cow hided at Congresit J Hall a few dajre since, has appealed to the polio* oISc*. | Colprel Hamilton waived un examination, gave bail, an>l . th* ease will come up before the 8peclal 8eaelt>ns *n Tues i day. It will than be seen whether Chambers, the diet* tor to Cot. Clark, Is to suffer the indignity of having hi*' ?nee twisted, and subsequently pubMcly eipoe*d to th? merciless operations of a cowhide, with impunity. ' lb* New York l'olice bill is apparently defunct; th* 1 meeting against it has about put it to rest, though it 1 was whispered last evening, that efforts would be mad* I ?o galvanise It. near the expiring momenta of the session . Mr. O'Ksefe deserves much credit for bis axertioos ia 1 preventing its passage through the House, with railroat'. ?i>ee?', as "is n tended by the conspirators. He baulked | them *fl*cfuali.. I IiOW lUgn ol the Potomac River. j Washmoxoji, March 26, 1855. i Tb* water In the Potomac river is very low. The j Southern mail boat ran aground last night atAquia. i Creek, but got safely off again to-day. The weather U j moderate. The Rsaaertd Bauik OelUeatle i In Baltimore >. Bunion, March 25, 1856. ' The report of a defalcation of sixty or seventy thou- ' send dollar* in one of our city banks is in '.orrect. There ' will, however, doubtleaa be a run on the Bank of Com- j merce to-morrow in consequence of the rumor. v i We hav* r*cetv*d here New Orleans papers of Monday r j but they eon tain no news. Katal Rallroeul Caaaaity UncA, March 2J, Joeeph Ward, drover, of Mansfield, Ohio, wu killed this morning, in attempting to jump from the freight train at Orlskany Corners. He was going to New York, with eattl*. Municipal .domination In Portlsiid. Portland, Marsh lb, lB.'li. At a very large and harmonious meeting of the cittaeu* on Haturday ever lag, James T. McCobb was nominated a* eandidate tor Mayor, in opposition to N*al Dow. The Ship Harkawsy. ( iiAKLSHTO*, March 2ft, 1856. Th* ahip Harkaway, which was ashore off Cape Ho mauae, got oil ou Thursday, but was obliged! to throw overboard a luge portion of her cargo of salt before doing so. rib* was fallen in with afterwards by tit* steamer Dudley, leaking badly, and towed Into port. Weather at Boatosi. Boftiast, March 25?0 I'. M. Tbe weather here to-day has been char and eold. A' stiong Northwest wind ia now blowing. SVarheta. PnonoBrca. Marsh 24, 1866. Cotton ha* been la active demand, and the market closes with a firm feeling and an upward tendency. , Wool? Tb* demand ias been fair, at ftrm price*. Sale*, OO.wm |b?. Printing Cloths? Market firm, ?ad aetiee 8s lee, 61,200 pieces. ' 1 Dr. Hauler oat (onennaptloa In Children.^ Utter No. XII. To tsi Editor or tns *?w Yoaa II > baud - Sin? la this letter I purpose to puist ml tlie irniane* >1 eoasuui|ition is childhood. sad to doeeribe the cauees ?hirh produce it, sod tbe sympt. ms t.y wliieh it may be kuowu It ie a treTsfliBK opinion, but one wholly iaeerrevt, thot eeesamptioB is mult et'Biinue fwtweea tbe bi s of twnntv and thirty. It we spsek ot this disease ia ike adult, m in tboee alwvs tif le. u years, this ie eorrecl; i.ut u.ere is ao pe riod of bnmau life rfnriiir. slikh eAnsiimptiou is m prevalent orso fstsl as between tbe sees of tl.ree auo rfteen yeee? Dr. I*?p> nine loeod. tbst ot nine hundred end tocoty deaths oecurriux Id une ul tbe public bospltsls for children in Paris, five hundrrd and thirty-eight? mere thin oae-balf? wer> from oonsaunptive diweae. Tbe i uBunon belii-l that consamption ie s disease derive i only fr?m iaberitanee. it e .ross error. I*. is in niae ease> out ot ten, the ogipriuxof our hstiits of life In * few tit stsnecs tnbrrelee hevs be<'n f.und in infests ?t birth, bwt never unless tkr mother wss suffering froei eontrtned eee sumption. With h<r whoie svstrio, and tbe l'lo<xl liy wbivl tlir iotant is nurtured, seturati d by the teWculnus poisoe Kern ratud in the lun*f, it is es>y to aadn.?tsBd bow thie roiisi rtion sl.onld ? 'lit tvs- n mothi-r and ibild lint that a parsnt who i> not 'ufi^trini from consumption in her u? t |M-r-on can convey it to her ehild, ia aa at surdity? as gri-? a? to atinsiv I at srt eudd i ouvey smallpos witeoet havia. tliat dieeaer. iLilstun h?vs be.-n born wi'h thesr whe. holly studded over with ui pnstulee ul smtilnea but th proves no morn tb tb- |>ns>il llity of trsa?m.?eioa whw. the rereat b ' ??? jwrn, in evsry eneh eaee. Ik mother Wf ? siifle. '> ( Irom it If a child is ? . rn ef a pnr-at in liraitb it t an > have oonsnmptiou froin tbeoperat. u of eauses ae eBtii - i lel-enUrnt of its par>-atnga as thes? Whieb produce stioa er ferrr l ids briaics ni to a ciinsiiirration ot what >as><s will pr* dutr conMiinpti-in in t hlldrsa. Among tbent.or, imi-nreair trom livin* in narrow alleys sad in dark and ,11 ventilate i apartments? t ant ol cleaniluetf. whicli still farther e<tds the iiujinrity of the air?had food, wlneh prsvs nta tne III stri'tijith of th*i system ien r developed? ami ins it ticieat clothing, who u exposes t lie si to colds aad iaiumiua tioBs, arc ever m oporotlio; and here ih>r? are the ti'ni causes wliicb va^endt r evnsumption. /tmong tbe io n these causes are only varie'l Instead of spending h*lf th. it timn out ol floor* for air and exercise, they ?re eaervaiet by uoritineinf-iit in hot nnrw-riss. II they do not want f. ? lood, lis quality is equally pernicious. In too niaav ia stances they ere allowed aU the varletlee of th. ui.le, aai in addition psmper^d ?tth -tnetmeaK and lusuriee I they tin not eant 'or clothier, tbe custom of dr*?i rhiloron with bare neeV r' I limbs etposea tbsm to sti freatsi injury. When tlie limbs are eeld and blur tr i? want o! circulation, tb ? vital uigans ot tbe the luiija l i-ait, liver aud stoma' I.? are overloaded wit! i lood and ii? a Slate ol irritation. Alm*al all eolds, ernsp< end laflau metions are caused by tlis <vpo#nre ol tb? *?tremiiie? lmn is an altar upon which the fond but injndicif ? mother daily ofTora her ehild a -airiboe to the evil timi 't fashion! In ol'ildrtn, ronsnmption doee not msnoti it eel t ? ee'ive simptoms; hut there are lertain suns by ohkh .? ? destructive liiflnesce on tbelr health may be kii'ivn. When ever you iinil a child autjeet to eruptions ahnel the ftr ? ith pnllv snd t bapp- d h| s sud attended by wa.iie,-, t a may suspect the i tu-e to i in the lungs, t here a p??ui . inllsmmktion of tbe e ye-, ini-ing great drnad of the liihi and a constant itesir* to bury the tace iu a pillow. lnotb? isetaaeea ?e lind pnsiuien * . ut the ed?e? o' the eyelids t eruptions behind the oar. eelllnr of the /lards efth? neck, or soreness and rtir, aln ? trum the nose? all ol whit elearly point us to an unhealthy state of tb.- reaeral eysteia which too often aprin 1 from the presence of tnu.-"lee in th lUllflU'. Thonsh no child ran he ln? subje. tod to bad a.r and i . enflii lent lood, clothing snd ei,.rci?e, with"ut >n.-en lerinr cnn'iin'i.iion. there is n art at ?liflTeren.-o in their l.aMlity i sunt r trim these ii,tln"i.ies. 'I hose most liable as* remark able for iatelli|enee beyond their years ? for erdent all* tion ,nd lively imaginative a in da. II. oee tae tenth ef tbe old adane? that such children are " too wise t., ? ve.-' CbU jTrca bavin): a pale party "inpl xion, and tho..* with la i?e av?f ebi-sts are ale I very liable r ? s?n.:r n si dlaeare ol the lunt ". After consumption in tbe child it fully < n ?kl.-he,i. . pjmptovii nrr rert- mild; tin ie t# no DpitMai; ? i?r. t very r?r?l y. Thf ? em.v h occnrt id p*r>x9?ni<?, bo I ?? ?? not. MuAlfi?iitl y irg^nt <-r lug to mhhh of itteanw The mutt- r f : . d nplton th* ri?bly ?willo*,Ml, &ti?l t'?. r. t -re, rxcitos no *m in-?^il of r.??,bl m eatii. we Hud m v oi?i?re on toe torehoad and t?n. praa, anil about tha i*? ? k. Tlie ?ligbt favor tnat m i*, col monly ascribed to werais." or to toms di?ogde- of tti stoma, l rlerei-oit u dUrahva, bnt its eeui-ectten v.ii . th" luess Is enlln ly -v e rl?. ' i d, m.d fenerally, when ael ?i lbe child is ohrervcii to . r -.the 'luiclt-r than nst*r. I Ho the cr ici si-n of ill ul?- a ? i tLo irafual waetinc nwiy . f tin ll> sn anil HrentUi. A ? bao.e of air or of <!>st i-,a; >nt tb- instill for a few *? k?, hut th ? itr.prov- n?i,i oni, ttmioran? death Won foil .. s fr-^m "diartrhu a' or "lever In the treatment of this li-caeeTa chiMren uo i r lour . V. srs Ot arfe, wee p.r n.e much diOcutty from Ui KtiwillintBees to nsethe Inhaler; tut above tl's c#r i i', perhaps, bo discaso t at > i ei d e more rromptlv t?. ti si Kent. I lave many litili : -tlenta from Ive v %r- n-war i" th, iahal.n. io.Vf ^s, ' a . , c?,77?;''.'L M llf ' ""rV we ? omi-iil. d i e I irf t, tJLTn i anU by aomt?lli. ?Ven I. , T ?,l|lr * " *t,: * *"? '?> sot m. Mwerfoi y on tn? di t;a*fd ?nrtoeo of th?i iitr. ** i f n for nil i tin a^stemil tht i tail >' am to ?? iti ? er at, to." I rcco, ,j Is mm h more s|ir?il> ,i. .n x' loiter f ! ,1 consider the r u ui t i-estiapti' e. 1 ft ohedo ut servant HiillliKI- 110 N't Ri:. ? n, ,-i t ll wartM ol the i . -. ,r..-. lway, Srvt \ ik, Mfsr>h2<i, IHii Tlif Pogtu-rM'otyiM Ktrllrmciit nMU IU;f? ?? ??' r>r> *B'I tiji' , i;i? (ra? l<. pmtir f>< nr?n? for 25 and "4> ?*?i t?, ?u<i ?b? admin. r . f Uie !??>" t' fra^l>. tKf wp*, A<-., ,.o iu for tb?:m in tit rlt?* ?> ??. ki *1 *??. CI11I11 mill * olor' -l I'tioli^rnplia, a( Hr*??ily'?. X>9 fcrr,?. W?y. ?**r 1 hot?P"o?'? I.i'*. ?l .nrt k . I it,iai?t?r? mil. ???- u-rrr'.'>p?i 1* otctjt ?t?l* MiinrnlnK l#rii)llln*.-finv ?p?it nt B?r IhnUiBiew'n in1* won -iin-ic-' rv tb. ??. ?t .n- ?' ini . ir>< ?b>r -tyl >? < vi., li -1. E. I UAH I IIOM'MKW \?? *nof?ilri([ Kttlt, Ml llr . I*?)r. Th?* Witwllnwn Mnnalttli, on ihx dtVrijA. !?* ? *1 K. ? -- ' tn l?t ? 1h : - f?l" ?! l.f r?t* M ? "llh hftti kM i?f . * iwii ik 1 ml?f, ** * rt> ? hot l%

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