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The royal speech nt tho d_s*o1ut_o*_ of the British Parliament yesterday wu* aa neai ihe ol' .1 " campaign document" aa 'he dignity for throne would pennie. It had a good wordwho lor tbe farmers, all inti are reminded that a royal commission is tryino to promote their welfare. As tbe writs for the tngBICAN choice ol' now membera were re uly for dispatch it will ho legal to hoM some boioogfa and Jnift lo ^bdetiiocmcnio. county elidions next weeli. The n-rurnuiir minn. O-Bcera can, however, defer tho periling for peI- '.'il 'Lune OL Awr. 1 Ml BaMxim. am' uui-OtAi 71, Poop- l*t t-ntnmn.niiumn. riods of from oil to nine daya, snd the roting (MiHanlih* TIA I'uqt.5ll> BA-Kisg IL Ililli. 1 b 1X1* .lil fi, 1 (IL (Mi may not become general until a fortnight Oil eiiimnn. Bi-ii-, iiaki bs lin hage !-. ennuin. heiioe. These officials aro likely tn hasten or -lil' lorie II. -im NuTirM O'A Pat* 2d I'limtl I'A*-' I"". Ai ill Min* -i delny the polling, according as the lnten N l'i.i. ;. and (lill eoiunii.s. ii'l 1 ix their party may demand. Dm** Marimo- Ssl fate Btii r-lnmn. -*».. Nm t --"//, /¦«¦(</_. (ii n nalino. III. i,vi list*-.*, i-- (l//i I'mje- 'Jil euluma. .¦¦!)*¦. Dr. Dix's unknown perseontor ia unknown no Mi KJHIBBIOBs '.ii lane A'ti audmun c.luinna. Otb V /.(,'/' ri*'- i* loller. The process by which his identity bas BRATMAirn I iAm I'- ,'.(/ /'t/.r-lith rullliiin. id Page Otb roiumn been revealed, and Iii* arrest inn been secured, Hi 11 v. av 'i Phi t I'll ..iiiitni'. BoTBI ls told elsewhere. No one will be reluctant to nos 64- Patt.lal and 2d enlumna. Isnm i I.avx m hool* i'-i/i Pate .'.//I believe, after reading titi-* .tory, that the pre¬ M*''i.i di a thi -iibpates ."tb mi'* Cth column diction that thc trail of "High Churchman'1 eolnasn, r-ih io//' ii.i and Uramo- iM. 8(*i Toge. Stn wonld lead .ut lor. Alli udallin; Mi*' i ; np to a blackmailer ol low degree limns. mid Otb has proved imf. T e motive of the fellow was f>»Ti pcmi< ni*-* fir. Pans.Isl volnuin. I'Kll'-**! il'' POSS 4'h ullin,-.. plainly d desire to extort monev. not only by Sd linn. lin p 11: SAi.r.* nv ai hun.:i, Page.i" oolnmn. 5th cotnain; petty annoyances but by disgraceful threats Mai- Sd Page tv. in i sr toa* lie' which mc now made public for thc Bra! time. munn Pt "¦. I: 11 mm, / we I, i. ixl \. hi to have been engaged in i in lu. n- it, 1'iie. 3d anti l'h He is also discoTcrcd hu antics of asimilar kind in London gome yean coil.um*. r.th rowan. l'h itVAMBRi " it IL' Pate 4'ii minimi. ago. Curioaaly enough, the recolli etion oftheee Poos Pl-MMMi Iiili'/i / i-,.'- 'Jd ll nu.I 1 fo- uni exploits f',.*t suggested bs name to the detectives. He should have prompt justice, and

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tte, \>'A tl ej ni' thoroughly respectable mui of hi^h standing at their bornes. Dr. Smith seems i" have established sn enviable reputation m tiie southern tieroounties. The retiring offloei;. Dr. Vanderpoel and Mr. Briggs, hare made excellent records in their respective im itiona, and deserve the thanks of the public for fm;!.fit service. It involves no reflection upon tin new incumbenla tn et pre the hope thal they will prove themselves equally ns-ful. -«... The:e is a cheering prospect, .**t last, that

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Oeorse ponent of the sentiment of the Pacific coast '. n called : he \x ill be preaident of a ooja- upon this question, the other a well-known F. Be i to ('iiim t'i renae mir treat*/ relatlona. writer on international law, wbo has had a prac¬ _=.onty of 60 of tbe dele- tical diplomatic experience. These selections C mention. Ufa elected tu tbe Kai have been mule with admirable skill to Bernie Bl the h in .it < f the highest learning nnd the bi st nii.il Convention. rn in flic considi ration ol the I e i ll.,-ikinier, bas been the same time that evt u the meal radical views .flt med lo- the Benate ns t_t.it.. Asses- tuc allowed a voice'. A measure recommended Itb, of Allegany, ns Health Ofti'tr al this port. =-_--Clii.f-F.!'_h:ror llHrimiri by such ft body ns tins is almost cw iain to com¬ Nary, died nt Nerf..Ik on mand the nppiov.il of tho const rvative pinion l Oreel Western of tho country. It is not likely to ki ti.-!. Tb i At] nama extreme opponents of Chinese immigration, ..¦.*, dd der a n. I. ll .__=. tined at a (-rand hut it is plain on the other hand that their deI veal rn, et .erday. in b manda are to be fully ami fairly beard. t tha BroooUyn \. '.in I'.; tbe Senate i proGENERAL GRANTS RETURN. im- au aadataat-librarian i tba Qeneral Giant has returned to the United In tho i. ra Award bill waa nnd '.. 'Pown¬ Btates after an absence of more than two 1 Ron se, all. :.-'.' i bill wi i "tu,,.- ,i rtntll midnight, when the months. Dailii', that time new developments have taken place in the political Cn ld which a* 1' ed without reaching un> City axu Pubcrban..Tbe paraecntor of Dr. Du a sagacious mau be cannot fail to observe. led yesterday, and confeaaed his erina. When he left thc country tiaro was reason for wai I.-hux'b nt ill was flied. i.'.Jsupposing that a large portion of ihe Republi¬ ix resting bearing in tba Mcirill will can party desired that he should again bo a can¬ "f the atriki * have retorned Moat Presidential office. He li,iii been uiivo Coin- didate i-i-the to v.-iri. ,t rei rived on his return fimn his Journey around i "f. rh'- Bailroada oonaidered plan of Kock Island tho world with extraordinary demonstrations aiihj" I :i is to ba aub-Bltted to the nt' esteem, and before bis departure for tho 1 be irark Conferanea of tho Bout_ the city of Philadelphia displayed In his Cbnroh began its .e*_ions nt honor a pageant that might well be compared Mi Kplacopal -A f. rrylmat mn Into a Mboonec in to the triumphs of the Bomen Emperors. It r on. : ia_7Departmeal was not at all surprising that the ox-President Um North Rifer. : OOO ni bot il-. _=-_____ Golil va!ne cf should imagine that tho pi occasions, inti w, Iku.the le, .1-1 tinier direr dollar (412L> in-ninxl, 87.71 artillery salvoes, banquets and shouting ccu;-. -' ks :n ;ivf ami lower, eloalng weak nt a crowds,*of which bo heard and saw so much all part ri' re.iivfiv. fioin San Francisco to Washington, 'lin-. Wiaihki!.--Tiiiiir-N'- local abaerrattona in- the way desire on the part of the <Ui_ti Hiller uml clear or partly lontly wculhn'. signified an eager back to the White House, followed leta in tha day by Inniaaalni people to send bim I Clou, lim -A Tiii'TllH.Iii.'ti I Xi s'i Kilt i ili^iiimt, 88 ; Many older anti latter poliiici ms were of tiie Mime opinion, and made Imsto to cumin!* them lOTAf-t. I'd i UVllHire. L'-l'n sri vt | to the third-term movement in the belief -'if Kanaaa BepabUcRn CooTcntion will be that an irresistible popular current was running which wd_ld lloat it along te atti for Uiui ic bj a broad majority. Shortly after General Grant went to Cuba, it 0 lb n Mr. Towoajiend of [llinoia mdt ts arith hot,imo apparent that tho advocate, of his Dom¬ B_ii__" uiiiiii'iit In- will iliu un oj-rcKious aas. ination had made a mistake* The people who '1 lie will of tiie late Janies Lim ox, wliiirh \v;;i shouted for (riant in the big cities he visited be passed wen- not .Cered td probntc jreatcrday, baqmatha the and at tho railway stations at all. lu fact they I.i> great etttate to his .dater, to whom is thinking of lin- Presidency bulk of inti HMM tl tl.e wink ol completing the Lenin had hardly begun to consider seriously tbe the Chicago Lii'.iii'i in aceordanec with the loumleiV de- merits or the differeni aspirants forex President nomination. Their cheers for the rigi -_ wen- li'it cheers for the next President. Tiny Stunt' vii'iii. Miir prices were paid nt.tlie Brin- wanted to see again thc hero of Vicksburg and ley booh ask featei_f_*f. The ramHi of the wilo Appomattox, who bad jual received such unpar¬ thea lat vindicate the wiadom of invea mi nt*, m alleled honors in the Old World j bul tbat was ran- booka, which pay handsome diTideoda of all. As to making General Grant the nominee then lori;', pjoaani '<> tb* owner all bil lifethur: nndeoot of tim Chicago Convention, thal was quite an* ilicy cell lot more perhapi in inoney other matter, and was not to be Bottled by inns* ? It involved the violation Ci'iiiiniiiec on Taxation, hands ami cannon. 'Hie I.oj.'isl:i!ive of tiie unbroken traditions i-f the country, the whit h ki epa .teadilj at work, has reported a exalting of Giant above Washington, the tak¬ bil) fur th" tiix/i'ioii of non-i.-rodent-., which i-i of extra ballards of defeat by furnishiag the douiiilf.-* tit .Igaed m pair to prevent the eva- ing Democrat a arith an issue upon which they would a nominal icmO-OO of taxation bj Betting up the aggreosive and popular side. Evi¬ denc; in othei Suites. It ptoviden thal all per- have tho third-tern proposition needed eaudently, aofiM doing bnetiieaa in thiK State, arhoareao. consideration. The mure and resideota, ahall bc taxed on all anna cnplorrd lionspeoplethorough ii Ihe less they favored etmsldered the or otiiits. la theil mi...nt ss, whi li- niiiiiey lt. .**iinii it became plain thal no strong popular Genera] Gran! \Mr. Lamb, the acting Bask Superintendent, di round for the candidacy ofin the field be w s onljr by ha* been lequiied hy the Assembly to lay U'- i*i.rd, iiml thalefforts of k»-pt influential politician., in loie tiie Lt_*gi_d__s_*n tho resulta of hii* laTeotica- tin atraauons in New-York tildi* 'iito thc inuiitlioii-td r__pc_i.ttoreof i-nv- control of tbs party machinery Canvasses saade ia Ia obc___o_ioe to thia call, the (acts ami Pennsylvania. snd among aJI dam all h_gahaako lin lushed and will be found .uinmed parts of thc eountry lune been Republicans, from members of State Legiala up in our Albany OOROI 'Oinlencc. They n_ake miks to ob-oure ratal roten, bod the uniform inteii siiiiK read in.rr, nnd will benefit, those who of idiowiii'. a majority of more than txxu uie uovv aeun*, and tinge who may hereafter aei teeni) to one against th;< ex-President. Polly toni and ollicers of (divings banks. as tnistees fifths of the Republican newspaper*, deeiai d The Boan of -tepteaa_itart?ea ec_it___aied ».> agatnat hi* nomtnatioa, At tbe -i'm" tims M heimn" manifest thal the opposition lo bim pri-» nt yesterdai', as on lin day Infon the 4 of a large body of mem¬ among Important elements In the Republican traordiuaiy siKX'tucle bers combining to pre vt ni n ctificati.in ol' a party did t">t arise from preferences foi ftand in the lte-iidid pine* tiling*. A in ijori'y candidates ot from Es tr of defeat nuder bis lead of the majority took this atg_d lad Mobbonly ership, bot f:*»m a settled conviction that the i third adhered to it tn the end. Mr. Blaeklmni I .ni election of a Presidenttli direction Ictm would oi peraooal no far as to s.iy that the ruMU__JDO*aa coaiaent nee- in- a dangerous step tn tgouistn of eanaiy to rt .uh an imnudiate roto would aol be government. Very prononnoed aolthoa! whose in the in xt iwclve QJoathOb Thli io vaon this sort c.ime from the Gr natone, w given Republican nominee eau bul it vaporim, of the vaporing, of com re. ihe' ireai* ia own baencaa. votea no <)hii>, Iltiliota i'lnl Wi con in.carry tin f kind nt which a tn-ui Willie liepiililiciii) ('pinion w.i* thus taiving is diasraoef-i, ami tho dUonit-ny Tbe

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face the impending portablesrticlesof ilghprice. N't th ng seemed tee for it. They provided the? could c<-t Government from the r_w.lv, ad the handles of ***araraelseredil urabiellas sol rescue sad Even ii.. cond par) of the oath would l>e too "peiil iioful tinusurper ami destroyer.'1 contracted to buy tba in in m's conscience, and _t al a I ui'li- '¦ bis empty with ihi-.ruins "tones. They \ dla Mirsfleri ter 700,000 fianea. bonghl sa. eu caa lint trilling with tin committt a ina:! m (hat hungry throng grasped a d the a few congi iml toity hoi a .*, nr.ti sedated a i>riv;iti- rall* ch willi lioih bands, and exclaimedi Aa Tor Mr. Harhi n he m. tb' the hoimr* pani li:m I'1, th.- ,**'.;ini*h-Aiii< rican ('* >v- ii;, .i bc made ' <> propo-ition. whatevi i i" bi "Wi-nie 'reaily' and we are 'able.' Oh, -'» way cur .id a yacht. Within a year they mauatred propo Won fruin i, eniiiii iiti* and people, but quite cut off Ile bolds it ;..s so much ¦¦ablel Give os Boniething to rescue, and give tc uni,i i_sb_ ti tba extent of overha'f a million of on in (lollara. I he dare tlxcd for payment was in all cases opportunities ft' knowing whatHi ii- back again rendelr*,"the money.does not often make tbe ec- "il io aa quick !" and aa be tbep leal world at h.mi". Thu- iar we have only contemplated tim pre- tl Brat of Mnn-li. In February tbe couple went to to "f what qnaintance ol' $1,000 he does not propose now, and cannot long remain ignorant o! this incomparable platfi tn. .even- Parla and th n to London, amorement tbat soeme Tbat is ahout the ;i mp .... v iti th -ince In* went away. IU- mun. are to have excited un suspicion umoug their creditors | appened see of bia position as testified hv him -t If. teen resolutions follow, hut though they a amall ut on tlc first of Mureil news came to Rome that Mum -Ntf that hf i the choice <>f only his testimony that the s.-h mi and able their lustre ls a little dimmed they hail iron" io America, taking arith them an imI *' i his only chance i'.\e-\' m!y can see from furnished him for the hy Hie refulgence of what goes before them. n of Ins ji dh, .tity of baggagS, A few days Inter a lies in the hold which i.* fi.end. $1,000 he exhibited was nf -lin Tiie whole combination waa adopted without a banker la Rome received ii letter from the husband, lint, and B natur Cameron have occasion by bis co-conspiratora. the Si Hitor (joni. teat tho will makin, bin wife a rich heiress It is a neat crime for s legislator to accept ri protest, snd we rdiouM have thought that i"r and iiiiiin the delegations from New-York no bad been let SsMe, and that they had pone to Amer¬ tie se bribe. But we think if there be a greater crime convention would have been i' i'iwas. mood Trouble ica, iioi'iiig with seraevscaaeeand Indefatigable efr Pennsylvania. What will lie do umler afterwards. B it even on ai,tl 1 In: riijihii circumstances*. II;s will known qualities of tl,.ir own statement, have achieved it,that they wrangling th!. nomination of delegates to th.- fi rt to rec*ain tue position they had occupied in tbs with lin". ,i\, first, persistence and ind ¦xibility of purpose might skilfully led White into off ring aad paying the Cincinnati lion. one Nicholas Van world. len! to the opinion that, having onee made up when thc fourth I oem is Ju*t now the yearly talk of the enor* will not retire ni" v j second, that tiny declined to do tbe Blyck 'mi- named foi to him delegate, that he his n,iml to lie a candidate, he wis made mo is prices which deaden la iee will be compelled him thing which tiny agreed to do aa a considera¬ disturbing objection even though he should see th feat staring to resign w s not sound ii t"'.(- faith; thal while nomi¬ to chin,.' for that commodity during the naaning lor the money, which wain the face; bul "ii tl.e othei hand, good si USC tion fraudulent Legislature | simply that they nally .a Demo lid he hell office auder a Republi¬ In order to reimburse thesaaslvsa, Our_nl» third, his character, from a nil vies bonaeholderaand to all nnnaamsra i., not te i* an equally conspicuous trait of tbe money for their own private and per¬ can itv administration. No othei man in anti makatotheir eontraets too early. It is nor by any and in all bis c ii', rr be mis' never lu fore thrust keep benefit. .lust ht ilia' testimony stand, th r tliDtig had ever heh I office of any kind, oi,i' I'tni-eli forward to graap after place and power. sonal means certain tbat tbe supply will bs so exceedingly not these men tendered absolutely in¬ ihi i' foi mutum rouse them. Why should anticipate. The great office*, military uml civil, which he ami are hv their ow n si itt monta T in tin' whole party 1 -'. 'it as thi* asgsoious deslera Beena to cent on tho man have tin- only office to 78 per has lnM lilllie t'i liiin j hr il il Int mn after famous mon- plain ami to tile emergency. Ile The falk of a usc oi from BO conclusion ls Van Sj,; u;l* equal Hui tinof last yiri* nil nonsense. The local mipthem. Wtii lu- now struggle foi a nomination that Swan ind Harrimanpalpable falsely,and arose grandly and reached foi the bair of his testified otlisr itv ol' tin- Republican ply will m. lon itetlly be short j but on tbe .*-eine walcha very large maj" that they mver received a dollar from White. enemy ami the English language nt tbe hand theproduotion in moro distant regions 1" Stow ii| on him nf thc party do not wan' to There eras a greal point to hr gained at tbe time. He said hi' had been alu-memberremem¬ to have been pretty well ap to the averais, se thal could it is merely a question of frc,ht. With 000,000 it upi si lhal every min who Democratic party ever since time by making pbospi my tr. mr. Pacific coast. I In tbs Adirondack rearioa, ami aprober, ami he li tl always taken pleasure in h> lng Francium Chronicle, confiding in re- In hi bock from tin' Fusion conspiracy was .a member. Whereat several gray-haired delo- tons barvesce The San portionats storage In other chu aa, m _eer_M_rare.lv of theCitis-ns' Pro¬ bribed, and Bwan and Harriman performed the porUoftbe timi attitude ita readers upon infamdtts part nssigned tie-in of victimizing .i were disposed to Interfere, murmuring, ry that ti.'- public should ratfor bc tbe waul 1 so tective Union, eongratulatea u That's enough.let that settle it. There isn't of ice. We have hf onie do without it; to ll that tm- tir beni fit 'il ihe conspiracy' Had ami lt ia the (Ltwn of an era of prosperity, under tbe White ilv- know hew to ".lui iniii in th" party wi.o tan say that." would them tu be boped that a liberal spirit will be maoifesBrd beneficent operations of the new iiml liberal White actually paid sm ten monej tethey L on. He proposed ti went 1!.ii Van the ler by tboae npon whom we arodependenl for supply. constitution. Ye! one cannot he certain that ha vi' been too glad to xvh.it little it octei the*t somethingSi.vik man ulm bad qucstiouet io tincha the viol.nee of th.- mob has bun effectively Lat ure for thc sake ot ii came to Mr. Ilea faith "which will for tie time I teing hiing him 'I he ur had checked, nor shall wi' Know whether the peace eachleft. Mm wini: pockets paying $1,000 on his knees, an units iii i o*i ion for the gen- Hill. public holda itt nose over yi ci.se. foi characters from ii,iii- own assured or not, until Francisco haa been Mr. Townshend was mee ly following oar! tbe th" wi.ieh were aol worth half the sum, thev were ili nm.ii ot flie Second Ward." lie h d been we discover bow the rerent thi ison ni to hull. Their Ku on brethren had asked if be would leave tin- Democratic party if general policy of hia party in nnaggling thal bill United Staif* Court against the anti Chinese compelled "No, sir, you intotbi amittee, Mc couldu't carry hm tin- collapse of the con- he were no! elected deb gat clause i* to he received, and what tin- Sand Lot-* become hankiupi by ; I'lu i> "i'''illy 'lii'i in -ilv, he w-sorted ll i, iiml ih practicable way iu do not h..-. low the 1)i-i mocraticmoelat* may fall .mint.11" ni'" ratioIIconrsr ol -o peaking, to ilia Hie Chinese do usu party tm.an to of with allovxtd by theqaBo ul whii! lie raised nial nun. aden d "mattel p.i tv > bim, ol ri nu wbenthe days grace i:i ihi- 8 .ile. I -''..iii ai frays h.' a Di mo fl tiing if n liol i- to the Legia attire for tim put. waa aurpriacd te Hud of Health expire. Even, however, '. There waa great applause aftet this, ano Van The Ohio Republickn, who knot of staunch Ri pub.lil.ill 'lilt -ii [ r. '.all ..it! ll t"iMi rn bia State "a vt bted, the t spec! -1 era of prosperity is en¬ pu si*, ch las elected. II o ghi to ! ave been. lieini t\ im ol al declare that they will, under no tm um* ..! tl Ward*' dangered hy Influences much more formidable An an elementhi,init the i ase ihni.much Wi Nu. Whethei i'i- "ii Lim ld have ne difBoalty rippi ats vote fort and Gannon. It we wi h than thone of Kearney we au- imf Infol ul d, but the in ea R, While i* a young hwyer ot' exe ptionally Undina similar koota in every town in i very to realise what California has to dread, i in his oilier Stale. 'ii' ill il li I' 'l'll--t livery min who lulks With bia cramento. Jillie ill,il ll; abould listen to her lawmal kitiixx* three or mon h. Van Sljck should lie photo_rruph i:i.jt on ihn Swan iiml Harriman li* word won il hill was under discii Whi"i the revenue ol tins ku_L I' ia it'- publicans foui d< i li rat, andright uni wi i ie in Maine liefore au impartial tribu¬ do this fact, cr to go ahead ts folly ti. disamse to I some of ita friend, denied that it imi-oscd cass* the tempt Cf it, trusting d, 'I y urge nal lu consenting to wauk with auch niWhite away. taxation. Now tbat it h | 'i-eome it largely. I bere ia do a it appears that Mr. UN. WO A, '-'-'I t" soy other i andi* to sign il on the plea tha double .-.Man ami Harriman, opp the Governor i-i mdui for tbe a keof t e ultimate suclt is a pty, t \ .ii th ii ming iii women Btudent. of medicine, that the pa on whispering to the wayfaring of a corporation to the individual I ol But tl.e Lt at is i'i"! "¦ hal i* -it true modfrom a fraudulent st'..'n !i tin atock repi politician who i dis at Cipher-Alley Cae i.ml l '.. nu'* ruin have by their and instruction, bot no caller has yet could not bo definitely *e tied. A periodithe corporation Itself; tint winn a note is -. indicated him t u ir oi cai.-ia auyining which sounded like a determiaa* mdticl L to w on ilu- subjt ri takes pla given in pay ni i:i forahorae.it ir- right o tax de-line, without Thia timi i' la in the ti. ii im' to ran again. Ile can'twarned the country two tn tin un il tin-1 orse to i's full value, and tin n the t be bas conti.nu ii Philadelphia Alma.!! be ruin. il co that whi o ons niau bospil if it were anotb TOWNSHl vi) .! \/' HU i the cu house, Ibe I dj : nil 11oi iii bj ii.-i demonholdsacargo of greill and another i.n lull I'l Ln_r would snit tbe Republican of the Hld .x' lr. 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wbo not speak plainlj as thej should before an au¬ mu -i in isa risk. Vv ill the party consent rn taite nf re I dit oe made up of both young men and t. \ oi Ihe I in rr mc imi.-iti- mil I'liuisi s oi lectnreaopen On thc f I e il 1 i with Gei purty is dist mci fu! to womeai in Philadelphia a Women's kledlcal centlv. hm ls to liiVu only a .anne out¬ ami rr ndalous in ii'- exireme. Profosidng io College, In wi li li the tuition and demonstration line ot i ie General's observe-looa to the public, ile of free trade, cover the w bole Held. If a lad*, student chooses bc in ling In his ih_ rniiii ltimi Iq apeak of iii. meant for men, because she be- politics onlj in me must gooenJ way. "Hs bad not lh lill.CI. In in tl eg v peri whi I ll .'. ll foi hei full then. in lbspeudiug polltioal movementa, eui,ti in Lia o luake up ber mind to go as a .. for tiley had i.i-i ii .!". without any of the fastidious ns. ive own interest or taut of auybodj else,il 1 bot lUr iui*tii_* »ted I'-, bis | the I ami -i n itiveness with which ber sex approach ineiiT in lu.tli N'tiiiii ami .-toni li nu.*t lu' pul taken into r...n win. h she atudii ed rotes tn certain dietii.-ts uv the who Il waa not a question who cool hs ld tl" wonders, il uni.hi ho all the modesty that, after assum¬ maumu I. mt vxlm c.mid be elected, ba iction ol ii tinra ing il.:.< attitude, she can afford. If the Mr. Ral dill, .'ml have m .' bring ber coinage to this sticking political le ida the I'- mot ratio .ni.i in :!n committt po,nt. she should content herself with Ibe condition of Northern sentinenl waa such that gi vi ,i (.! a ih.ii i:n fiction mi tin- tariff could be expected. demonstrations meant only for women. eu would sustain men and principles, « uh r ii. li they wei, .i"i ai .iii i.i .ii ord, in liciana Bul d' she v.oni deal with the adence of mi di* mn e tin 1_ -, liv. re beyonu a peradvt alnre what tl >v i i'l rho shout the nu- a* a mau, she must give up tho pleas ne "i lo mal ju ty Mo oi :n xx ic*) il x -;i io me i¦ Hi.it nothing whatever trial, tbe ml ¦! ik< bing like a young maiden. Thc old saw iinm. m the day of Ii- ll i'd ttlNortherntl people, u* » ,: ll and Mr. Banda! .null ni this case: ii i( one ol those caki 11 "iii.! I.t- done ITS '!l rOOl '."- in I 'i .t it* decision noi both .ai and keep. lt ls i v. lon to tue pal ci,:it -;.. insure which you cannot I be Gel .1 : ;.. ni tin* -in mai i '. tore] tariff took no 1 'h. .: ot a Union lu -uri ri*o. Tin' i!t. *;n :i.' w' .f!i openi ! with such prcmatnre sold iei sron ld beau onoom monly shrewd move tot Milli throngb tin Mt. Townshend, theretore, waa pre fn sim.'-, ti i* made '..ttl.- progress weeks. Tha alma ue l>' nu" in ic paity tu aa c.m hv Mi" last three "t tits ceded and prompted i»j the deception of which inuit. ods t call followed tba m.-it>!***i and opened have bis partj as a whole is guilty. Th it partj this their ru ty innis, and the mir*., ratkina Councillors and "overhaul tinm." it be I there xv,ll be a lovely (hrht. The Coon¬ uot dare to assume thi ri ponsibiltty ol rcpeal- ol the poplars have slowly creel from under bri to rn; uni "itp, arni yet il ii it il pn ktj warm no.\ their acalea. lin* twigs ot the willows t;a\r ni uti sa xv ii ked poi ni rs,.. bo imp_*v_ apon in e\ erj convention and iii ever; nii" s brighter yellow sud show a xx ai in.il pt li Ult y gel Ililli d in,.neem Ills COI inn' ii mi ni-.1, to (lu iii the roten who gathering mist "t psis foliage. A mora rivi alone lu a room be will set ah tbe "overl of Winter -.rain andi nita tina it lin .ms to a hoi* i"i. tung lu tbs fields li, mn rr with the brooks in tbe reduce duties a* soon hm il baspowei io imus of green along the margins "i the after all. the lil.len captured twentv-two delegatss to tba But slay, il. bo. No lin-.it cm be in ire disreputable t' n meadows hav/i slowly widened. the season bas mst Peunsyhaiii.i Democratic Convent concealed that lOeu aol to um Maia. .Mm yet tliev sa.. th,i ul which itu Di ni'eratic party his Imn fact cannot be cheek. The bird, try tn a decided and between Mr. Barnum, the mule broker for Reform, i. ehacfc* gnilty in tins matter|lils fellow Illi'Illlli'l Town with beet "f ir, bm th. fnll-l bloated aol III II- tba ri a "sun thing" of JV shiugton .llrllll, who tit (livia* tbe redwing, blackbird andm**a<low-larkdo not har¬ lingara liommalion and ot defeat, ls thia duti tho (.iiid i" th.- propel reference of a proponed mil, monise with tbs sin i> whistle" of tba north* r ruters refer to when they aey uml mini Democrats who deliberately and ra There were no languors of Spring fever in gaining f ¦-. snd lbs yoong man's 11 iii v di ci iM- their ennui it innis, pretending brees* pi aii r uator si.micv Mattbewa say.* be knowe that to want free trade or tariff reform while so or¬ ilni not lightly turu !¦> thou _rh of tl i uliiinn salad, wltcti S itor«i Kellogg aud butler were admitted is li is us taral thal forebodings of evil to adventur¬ ganizing the House ns io defeat both, there ;. 1877 lt xx-1- t ion! <>i honest] ous vegetation should come with tit.- renewed n.i perceptible distinction in point n the two partiee thal both men ibooM ro* demand tor ulsters snd hoi drinks, but main undisturbed till tho end of their trias, : ie or In roi. ______________ perhaps nothing less sensitive than tbs peach crop nu of th-ir titles t" ln< accepted .:* a-j ..uhas been aertously Imperilled np t> date. 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