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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 12, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts FRIDAY JULY PRICE FOUR JgOSTON THE AT LJSSSBB AHD SIXTH AND LAST WEEK OP THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT XAST MATINEE OF THE July EXTRA Benefit of Announcements Doors open at and Begins at 2 and jjyS H E GLOBE Cheney Floyd TJNABATED SUCCESS OP AND a and theix HUMFTY DUMPTY THE MAMMOTH IN THE1U Brilliant and Original Xxlest ThcjitTC in Steam Ilm Nightly in improves with EVEItK AHD Wednesday and Saturday NO ADVANCE IN jy86t O S T O N DAVEES AND SARGENT I TUB THREE Veitriloinism and Matinees each Wednesday and Saturday MAN KNOW THYS ELF JOUEDAINS GALLEBY OF 3I7 Washington opposite Haywarcl A thousand startling and thrilling models ot tho human in Health and OPBII from 9 to 111 Admission 50 11 AND MAOMS The steamer leaves foot of India for Nahant and 5 returning al 8 and and Fare 00 Children half Excursion tickets to Nahant and inchullnR admission to the Maolis and conveyance to and from the at Leave Boston at 30 and 5 Leu 12 and Fare 50 Maolis Gardens and Special arrangmenl can be made by excursion for which anil apply to the on or at the MAOLIST GARDENS J AND The steamers and leave India and Lampers simultan six times At and Saturdays al 6 25 cenlsj round admission Io the gardens and conveyance to and from the boat at SI and one of Douues unrivalled Flub SUNDAYS Leave Boston and touching at Na at and cents round trip aul SI 40 ditto aud Din Picnic Sundayschools or Associ ations desiring to avail themselves of the unparalleled advantages ot the Maolle combined with the most complete and enjoyable excursion in Massa chusetts for terms and FEAHING ludia jylOtf TpOUR EXCURSIONS STEAMER JTor Downer Landing and LltuJi fieltls TIME Leaves Litchliolds 234 Broad at and Xcaves stopping at and and Slillle tickets 15 2 for 25 50 for Litchflelds Grove has been newly fitted up for Picnic find is to Weather SUNDAY Leave Litchllclds Wharf for Nantasket Long Beach nnd Downer at 10 aud Leave Nantasket Long stopping at Downer Landing 12 and Faro to Nantasket Long Beach and 50 Fare to Downer Landing Including admission to Mel ville Garden and bl tf EXCUBSIONS STEAMER FOR HULL AAD HAXTASJiET LONG SEA FOAM TIME Leaves Litchflelds 234 Broad and Leaves Nuntaskot Long Beach and Sea Foam slojipillK at 11 1 are 15 cents two tickets 25 cents 60 tickets There is aDance Platform at the iltted up for Iicnic Sea Foam House is open for Weather SUNDAY Leaves Litchfields Wlntrf for Nantasket Long etoiipliw at at and Leaven Naiitafiket Long stopping at al 12 and 50 ceuls forthe round CONNECTICUT AND PASSUMP V SIC 1UVERS DIRECX TO Wliite Mount Lake Montreal and AMERICAN Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHING and WATER CONVKMIKNCES AlsoPASSKNGiiR ELBVA LEWIS RICE ft initr BE L L E V U E 17 13 Beacon Stn The finest Family Hotel and best location in the Contains all tfooiiorn including Passen ger European Excellent accommoda tions for transient TffrRSTCLASS PRIVATE BOABD JL Rye Rooms very and thoroughly House Accommodates Address Rye The ONLY FIKSTCLASS HOTEL in the New elegantly unsurpassed In richness of ap and the best point from which Io visit the Isles of and the lieaches of Hamp Yorkaud Direct railroad communi cation with the Whtto via North 8HOBE SUMMER G L A 3D K S iFb This beautifully located for Transient or Summer is now For Fishing or Boating it has no equal on the whole New England Eight trains daily leave the Old Newport liailroad for JAMES July MAES HALL YORK MarsliaJl The location is exceedingly Fishing nnd Gunning facilities with the famous YORK SAKDS but a short distance from the Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or on ar rival or Noon train from Address MARSHALL p A R K E R On the European SCHOOL HARVEY MILLS O O D This House having recently been put In tho host of and newlv Is now open for IEBMA KEN11 AMD TRANSIENT Parties looking for Board at the Seaside for the will find this a quiet and flrslclass place of resort in every GOOD STABLE aud GOOD BOATS connected with the and competent men in FRANK ALPINE Gor limited number of summer board ers can be accommodated at the above House during the coming Pleasantly and In the im mediate vicinity of the dilterent points of Interest among the The subscriber will spare no pains to a quiet aurt pleasant HOMH for all who may favor him with tbelr Good Teams constantly on For particulars as to please address A R B A G U T AKD HOUSE Excursion round trip ticltels to the above by various routes for sale at reduced rates at the General 87 Washington Clark ABCUt SUMMER and Lowell 8 G M Boston und 5 j River j j 11 Proille 1 i Twin Mountain 7 White Mountain 10 Crawford 8 Newport Jltiike Pullman Palncc Slcrpiiiff Cars on mylif Ko chHiifC of curs between Boston Lowell nnd Sherbrooke iorWhite Mountains leaving Boston by tho li tiulit lodge at iiiver Junction iiml leave next morning at jyl INTERNATIONAL 1872 1872 ATLANTIC EYE Will open Juno Eastern Railroad to North Hampton Eye Beach whore Coaches will be in Telegraph OUIce in PHILliKICIC ATLANTIC HOUSE WELLS Tliis popular house will be opened Juno Nowly f urnlahed and lighted with gas located close to waler with superior and gunning facilities bostonlhocoiisl bowl Fine JuADHiLLic HAND in A now and ileet 110ton Yacht for Eatonfl eoiiche leave Wells Depot on arrival ot and 3 al trains from Extra conveyance on arrival o nil trains from Boston and FBOSi Also Great Falls Great IJ1BEB1ONT HOUSE BESTAUBANT The proprietors of the Tremont Houso direct publl attention to the Cute connected with Entrance o belli Tremont and Beacon It Is on attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and ite cuisine is acknowledge to be the best in the Ito patrons are served from an early hour o th morning until CHAPIN mar g T CLOUD HOTEL BKOAUWAY AND 43d N3SW A firstclass three blocks west of GRAND CENTHAL same conducted on EU ItOPEAN and containing all modern improve RAND JAMES BOSTON This largo and elegant estublishmonl is situated 01 FRANKLIN containing every modern domes tic convenience and including thy largest IUK most perfect steam elevator in the Every de pattment of the house ie in charge of experienced per and the whole is under tho careful persoua supervision of the If our patrons will kindly send us word of their in tended either by telegram or by wo shal be better prepared for their mtir4tf CROCKER HOUSE Twelve milcB from N Accessible by the beEt mountain roud in tno and ii to New York than any other hotel on the Elevation above the Hudsou Hiver feet extending over square mwurpasmj for beauty by any in the Celebrated for its In vlgorating Temperature at all times 15 to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph in the Open from June 1 to October Stages iind Carriages will be in attendance upon th arrival of the trains of the Hudson River Railroad am the IloatB from Albany aud Now JAMES Agent at Cuteklll for CHARLEb BEACHS Mountain je22lm CHAELISS FcTr HO L V ROUTES VIA Fitcliburg and Cheshire NOW READY FOR SUMMER To the IrumoiiB Afliromliick Luke Niagara Wliite PALACE CARS BETWEUN BOSTON AND RUN ON THIS LINE Chulre secured at this Call or i end lor Circulars before purchasing tickets our routes arc veiy desirable und at low Line 82 Washington Gemnil A GENTLEMAN of larfe business ao mialutunrc and touil would like i Mtuhtinn CUrk tor ur to hitvV clmive ut Hit ol icul AilUiesb POPPER AND Tons Siiiiciior Iimut Copjicr Extra For Mile by CUOCKKlt BROTHERS i H New This Hotel is Bituutod in the immediate vicinity o the Custom Post and portion o the and IB tiistchiFB in all its I 1ms one ot Tuttw latest improved Steum Elevators ti only house in the Dominion having The paiiort and bedrooms are und well vcntlla and arranged for private parties and Peifionfc deriving n pleitKiiut summer wll find that the Victoria otters peculiar Ht John Is eiieily trom I twenty hours by rail or in thiftv hours by The climate in cool and Invigorating the scenery ii the neighborhood is very and iu the iiniuudlaU vi cinity are pleuHauc good Lute of the Revere House nrvlWSM5t F A L M O U T II H E I U H T S TOWERS Tint ommodiouK and wellappointixi beituti tifully Rituutcilon rulinouth will be open to the reception of guefits It hue u line view of Vineyard On und the Martinis 1 liIn the immediate vicinity of jilcosimt und uutuiiiiitbid liiciltlieB lor Boating and ISiini but u minutes walk 1roin Iho lanrlin untl the It will he in dully wit Murthuti Viiifyurd unU Mow liuiUurd b The IHW extiiieUtn of Old Colony IlaUroitd to Fa uiouth tu In1 hy illlentil of iluly ttmMr to ivuvh Oilh seaHide re faort without the mU incident to u trip by bout tEOlCUL TOW Ovviiji OPEN JUNE THE OCEAN Rye Take Eastern stop Ilye Beach Late Job Jonncss PINiE POINT HOTEL AND LOV AT QDINOY good Din ICish or and tho most pleasant spot on tho 3outt shore to spend a day or week with your HOWARD Streamer Massasolt leaves Lewis Wharf at Sundays at Come down and try JfOTEL RANGE 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with one large or two or more small Hollers and for warming buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all the latest im Greenhouse Boilers and Pipes Dwelling Houses Fitted up with FirstClass Bangos and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers anil Pipes for Now York Uaugos at New York French fianges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part of the United States or C o H N SUITS SUITS SUITS Watson WILL OPEN ON JULY 1000 The balance of a Manufacturers and will offe them at a GREAT REDUCTION jProm Former WATSON 269 WASHINGTON 7 Winter A C O TRIMMINGS AUD THJBEA1 STOKE Store to be occupied August 1st by Norwe 26 Winter FOB GIRLS SPECIAL ADVANTAGES Its healthy andbeautif ul Tlie most Elegan and Convenient School Building in New England Teachers of Superior Tho equal atten Hon which the least advanced pupil receives with tin most The opportunity afforded to those de eh ing it for a complete educallon lu all branches o The HEBT of facilities In Music and Pupils received at any Address tho Principal MISS MA CHIN ALL KINDS OF FIKSTCLASS SEWING For Sale on Easy at 11 TEMPLE MACHINES AN TO MACHINES SOLD AND PAY TAKEN IN WORK Wliite rejitl I1 TEMiLE FMWilm BLACKBURN 130 CONGRESS JOU 03 CK B TJH N S FITCHBURG Comprising tho various numberB of sail Belting and Hose Duck for rubber Also and oilier Wide Duck inanuf acturod Aslibm iiliam 39iiicli Itrown Asliburnhani Cotton in all P A P E B HANGINGS PAPER FOREIGN and FRIDAY JULY A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH GOODS OP OUR OWN IMPORTATION AUD FROM AMERICAN Gregory 225 Washington LATE ASTLES J Celfbruteil From original will bs dtnjiiiinel bereto fore by one of the liiu torinir 7t Ticniunt JVetuotit uiviisMVYtl IEST of New Relations wilh Spain SECOND from our Own Correspondents In Rhode Pennsyl and THIRD Intelligence Earl Kussoll on History Threitonod Strike in the House of Com mons A Result of the English Strikes i The San Juan Boundary Question Tho Old Catholic Movement in Turkey A French FOURTH in on Cur rent Notes Commenting on tho Days Showing how our Exchanges Look on the Baltimore Nominations Law aud the FIFTH Matters Telegraph Latest News from all Record of OutDoor SIXTH England News Latesl Events In New Massachu Rhode Island ami Gos of Sagacity of the Swallow i Juan SEVENTH Naval and Marino Kitchen EIGHTH Where People Dine Matters in Boston aud its NEW The American Journal of for has bcenreceived by Williams Ills full of curious information regarding coinage and specially valuable to but not without a charm to the general Since tho sub stitution of the greenback for the dollar and the gold and silver are so rarely that they acquire a kind of almost interest in reading about one revels in a series of imaginative When an English lady express to the Persian her objection to his she they worshipped tho he quickly you would worship you ever suw We fear thai if our government postpones indefinitely llie redemp tion of specie it from an opposite be all up witli tho Christian A sense of mystery must gradually bo associated with tho precious metals anybody who establishes anew the worship of the Golden Calf will bo sure of a throng of devoul disciples and Chris tian dnlles will bo preserved only among that small portion of our citizens who pay or perform their duties at tho Custom But it slill appears wo go on though tho people have no practical evidence of the fact In their Here is a respecting American which must till some minds with amaze Tho bill before Congress providing for the revis ing and amending the laws relating to tho Mints Assay Offices and Coinage of the United has had llie effect of opening up a budget of facts and statistics of more than ordinary interest to the public The chairman of the committee before which tho bill is made a report not long since before the New York Chamber of giving in a suc cinct form u history of the coinage of lh United and its workings for the last thirty four During this notwithstanding the suspension of specie payments for ten iho with its including the Assay pfiice li Now coined tho euormous amount of an average amount of yearly The coinage of the last ending June 1BV1 amounted to consisting gold coin stamped gold silve stamped sUvcr nickel The present coinage bill hiiti boon in force withou alteration for thirtytight Ono of the change sought in Its amendment affects that section rolatiu Io the imposition of charges by government on retin stamping and coining tho metals used in makin the currency of the It is argued that 111 government has no right to make any charge bcyoin the actual cost of for llie reason that the goli and silver of the country belong to the people and no to the The actual cost of rctining goli per ounce does not exceed one and a lialf am yet the mint charge ranges from eight to eleven cents Tliis method of turning an honest penny was discard cd by Great Britain and France half a century ago a unworthy a great It is hoped that It will a once be discontinued by our The editor of this Journal of undei the head of attempts to put in eircula lien the following facts and jokes is the best coin A is onethird of a A red kind of wood is current in Angola as A thing sometimes brought to counterfoil In Africa the a small is used as cur Shipping gold to Europe to pay A million dollars In according to the figures at the weigh about two An ornithologist wants Io know what of eaglo flics the Golden eagles fly the we are sure of Bezant was the name of a gold coin struck at By zantium in the time of the Ciiristiun In tlie pod of the a species of Capsicum is used as a Littells Living for the present haf nine attractive AVe have been particularly interested in the taken from the Cornhill Mag on Gambling The science ol probabilities shows Ihul as at presenl prac is a species of ulupidityas respects the ordinary player all the chances are against him but what infatuated gambler ever thinks if lie science of prob or what Starr King called The Laws o Disorder It would sccni Unit the study of matho matics should bo recommended as the best means of extirpating the gambling and Tho writer in Cornhill tells some curious blithe bus omitted one which we have always thought tci bo specially A French of gooi1 fortune and mature found that all the happi ness that he could get out of life was in the excite ment of the gaming He avoided all the estab lishments of played with coolness and in avoided heavy and discovered thai his income wiui not only yearly exhausted but tha heavy inroads were being made on his capital He went to as to a AragL questioned him as to the amounts ho risked tlie houses he the hours ho dail devoted to the These sat isfaetorily Arago briskly Then yoi must have lost francs during the post How do you know bnt by a very simple Tiie odds arc in favor f he bank and a litH ciphering tells me the amount of your coidributioi to its annual But then i could not exis if 1 had not this Can you tell me how Ui pla so as to lose only about a year 1 1 am afllictcd with a bort of madnuss I know that can never gain in the long run but I dont want t Can you afford to low tniuc ft your Arago then told him If be frequented only fair and honest gambling he could manage to keep his losses within the speci fied The writer quotes from a story which curiously illustrates the scientific theory of A Ogdcn wagered 1000 guineas Ui one that levui would be thrown witlt a pair of dice ten Miceetfcive The wager was accepted though it was egrcgloutly unfair and si range to say his oppo nent threw seven nine times this point Ogdcn ottered 470 guineas to bo oil the Hut bis opponent declined though the price ottered was far beyond the real value ol He cast jit once more and threw that Ogden ven his The question comes amount should Ogdin have ventured against the single guinea of his untngonift Here is the iisUumdins statement a pair of dice there are thirtysix pOMiblo liltd six of these give sevvii as the Thus the chance ol ieven is one aid the chance of throwing Vcvcn ten times run ning itobtained by multiplying six into isi1 fu and placing tlte resulting under to represent the luimilv fruciioiml thunce It will lie found thai the number thus obtained is mid of that guineas should Ijive wagtiva liiUiiitt arc tlu chiiiutt 10 occurcnco of ton successive throws of lien against nine successive throws the fair odds vould have been to or about forty Kiusand guineas to a But when the nine irows of seven had been tho chance of a enlli throw of seven was simply oneslxih as at first If there wore any truth in the theory f the maturity of the tho chance of such throw would of course bo greatly But vcn taking Uie mathematical value of the Ogden need in fairness have offered a sixth art of guineas the amount of tho or GO guineas to bo off his So that his pponent accepted in the first instance an utterly un air and refused in the second instance a sum xcecdlng by more than three hundred guineas the cal value of his It is great stop from gambling bolls to the heaven f Jeremy Taylors theology but In the present nuin icr of Lltlcll wo have a loiter from the Slmkcs icare of hitherto It was sent to tho Peoples by a friend of the md its authenticity is Wo give it in nil received the letler you were pleased to nention in your last sent an answer to yr second luestion wJiich you prudently did ask upon tho reverse of the The summe of it was this that f yon iind your doubt quiet and resolved the scru ile thai arises at any time must be laid aside by tho lirect empire of tho will without any further dis course of reason For a scruple an unreasona ble fear and it commonly proceeds from a good nit from a fearful heart It is a tondernosso of but such an one as Is more like a soro than delicacy of a good is not always i temptation to sin sometimes is but it Is alwayes i ncedlesso apt to tire a religious person i to make the service of God become a Madam f you dare trust your you may proceed to ac if you dare what will you be guided by And you must never if when you are answer ed you cannot be at rest but that is the infelicity of a scrupulous conscience II will take any answer but trusl none there is a stone In the foot it you hold foot you cannot go forward if you set it abide But Madam all tho Divines in he world agree in that though a man may not Joe anything against a doubting conscience yet against a scrupulous ho Your most humble and affectionate Servant Signed JKH THE GLOBE The hot weather has little effect upon the audi ences at tho for the steam fan makes the temperature at the theatre as comfortable as during tho winter The attractions of Ilumpty Dumpty seem to grow brighter as they grow and with tho exception of tho inlant prodigies upon tlie the entertainment is thoroughly Fox ranks at Ihe head of pantomime artists tit and the tricks arranged by him are fully equally to those of tho famous Kavel years To tho attractions of a cool theatre and a good is added the luxury of good who conlrlbute In a largo degree Io Iho enjoyment of the Notwithstanding ho immense increase in the expenses attendant upon the production of tho various parts of the pantomime and the accompanying variety no increase lias been made in the admission BOSTON Tomorrow night will close the engagements of tho Yokes so that those who want to enjoy tho dehghful entertainments which these talented artists give get their tickets at A matinee will be given Miss Jennie Houard and others appear witli groat acceptance in tho comedy of Checkmate at every Monday night will bring tho season to a and the varied attractions offered for MGlenens ben clll will doubtless cause a general BOSTON The trio of Dayics and arc drawing crowded houses to the and tholi efforts In their respective lines of vcntrilo quiim and necromancy succeed in keeping the audl dices In so good a humor that the heat outside is on tlrely forgotten und the evening passes away pleas nntly In the enjoyment of the novelties presented The imitations of celebrated actors by Craig are con sidered the mosl attractive part of the arid the representation of tlie wellknown peculiari ties of Bostons Is nightly encored New features arc added to the programme each even and repeated visits are necessary to see all tin performances of the three worthies who divide the honors at this Performances are giver every evening as and also on Wednesday and Saturday RELATIONS WITH FASHIONS FOR fays Lo with its bright sunny the pnr for garden although by the end of the month prepara tions for travelling will bo the order of tho The immense variety both of material and of trimming IB nlincipt task of selociion a somewhat diflicnlt one for llie modiste hut certainly nothing can be more charming than Iho elegant costumes now Althoigh tho Pompadour patterns on a blacli ground nre still they have pretty generally given place to those of a white or palecolored They are made in but arc more used fcr the polonaise or than for Hie whole the petticoat being froqnontly a plain it has been said thai China crape would no longer be fathionable tills is certainly not yet the Never has il been made in more beautiful colors than lit owing to tho ease with which may be gracefully and its softness and beautiful it Is one of tlie materials moot bullablo to summer Notwithstanding the Hummer we Iind vel vet to be one ol t bo favorite It is put on all Nuts of fancy On satin and on Hilk and woollen gren on or black velvet predominates it is always admitled to be extremely and no well with any Woollen guipure of iHIicrcnl similes is much worn the colors or or more in favor than The luce match ing the drcis Is not likely at to be it foi ms such a very pretty as well as velvet and are still much and are often bound with a Tlie fashion of scalloping tlie edges of flounces or bias bands is very il is so very pretty nnd inexpensive a style of trim especially suited to young ladies the scallops ticlng merely bound FicliUF arc again becoming fashionable they are niiide of China tulle or simple ilchu merely crossing In and Ialling In ends al tliu the pcjihim with a hood and tassel the ihapeil nirule in and fasteuel ami there by lunvs Cliinn crape or ribbon others printed behind and in the or Clewed shawl the emU huiiging in front llil ikr the White bodies arc made as plaited and vith insertions of lace or The only novelty about them being a colored lining of or and a of thu same color on he ihoulders ami the bottom of the Jtobi ot of a dulicutj shade el with five lianow plaited flumiCeo of blue sep arated by wide hands of ribbon Thu covering this skirt is of blue with Iompadour Wide velvet bands loop it up ut the back near the but at the left nearly at the a very large bow aud ends if wide velvet ate iowt of velvet arc also placed on the body and In older Io give oar rtudci as exact an idea as pus HMc of the bomicts likely to lie worn during this sea we will look littt at tliu different shapes IIUID in favor and llrtt have the lint and high which is sometimes raised toward the while moic it is iiattined so as to lit over tha lop ol the Then the hitfli ill in nt and low over the or the narrow dhulcm fdimiitg a cuiltd round Alter tliese tlie nitber a large short the but falling MiH over the witli Miriatuiiis i viry skilful modiste knmvs so well to ale llie models all thy ele uid bei cluing ccillures be n and seaside the limits are worn to hade tinface than of late IScrmiu ol cohered with guuze or clltuiic eilliir ot Wliite or colored with u lifuouct ol on tbc iiown or the Montiy oi colored or white Irimiued laid and a lutnih if llinvers with long tuiilb lulling a the iiotli these clyLs are much but Uu r of is und is certainly iimct i i nvi culeriiig the nick us iVr tlie IOW A PORTION OF THE UNITED STATES PRES IDENTIAL CONFLICT IS TO 11E FOUGHT ON THE SOUOK HOUARD ELE THE SVANISH GOVERNMENT OFFICEliS SAY CONCERNING THE SITUA A Madrid letter of June published in the New York Herald of contains the following There is some excitement hero as to the demand hat has been made upon the Spanish government or the release of The doctor is now n prison at Cadiz under tlie observation of the American The circumstancethat such a Icnmnd linsbeen mode indicates a new policy with jjmin on tha part of our government and answers he multitude of onquliics mid speculations as to vhother Sickles roolly meant to return to to remain us or to go homo again n a kind of Cutacazy disgrace at the request of the Spanish It Is amusing to see how those stovles find currency One journal assured us that the general merely came back for his family another that the Spanish Ministry had intimated to Fish that a new Minister would be more accept iblo to The Spanish mind rapidly arrived at the conclusion that America was in n line stato of terror as to Cuban affairs that the earnestness of Sickles upon tho subject was not welcomed at especially to an administration that dreads the power of Spain as keenly as that of On llie other wo can readily under stand how any American in active espe cially with political purposes and ambitions at would hesitate before giving an unusual fragment of his life to At its and with all the color and grace and harmony and vivacity that we see In tho Spanish there is a monotony and reserve in a anxious that re minds you of what a convict colony might bo with the population in a state of I can see how Spain would be tempting to a literary man full of ro mance and Impressed with tho poetry of the like or to a politician out of and well on in like But Carl Sclmrz went home as soon as he heard tho cannons ILring In our rebel and I can fancy that with tho uproar and uncertainty ot oar coming Presidential and the keen nest which the true political soldier feolii for a wellfought only an unusual reason would keep Sickles out ot the It may be safe to assume that Ids unusual reason does Grant means to light one of the battles of his Presidential campaign hero in and Sickles has returned to begin The battle began with tho case oC You have heard all about the a doctor pretty well on in years and In practice in Cionfuo was supposed to have taken an active part with the and was tried by a Spanish which in the most unaccountable manner did not put him to bill pronounced a sentence of There was really no ev idence implicating tho doctor in tho bill ho was persecuted because hifl most ot active young at in tho rebel Cuban One nephew was the famou Frederic Fernandez who was the Commadcr inChief of tho Cnbau Cavada had scrvoi in our army as a colonel at among other and at the close of the wa was made consul at Trinidad do Cuba by Mr Hero ho resided when tho rebellion brok out Ho took command of the lunar rectionary forces and did what lighting h until upon one occasion ho was captured am tho next morning shot through the head by ordoi of a Spanish There are other Cavil das still in active and beyond the reach o the Spanish So Spain Iui6 dealt with tin because of the sins of his Tin authorities have been encouraged to do this by tin attitude of Governor in all of his cor respondence and utterances on the has seemed to think that Houard was somehow rightfully arrested and at that he had no claim of No one doubts that the secre tary holds such a position honestly but upon tin Spanish which is not apt to bo severely honesl in its political tho hesitation if Fisli was regarded as an expression of our fear of the enor mous power of While Sickles was absent on wedding tours and campaigns against Erie we have been mildly seeking gentleness to mak ing throwing out hints and hopes gently intimated desires that Spain in its infinite mercy would remand the doctor to his family and friends So far as America is tlie Spanish miiui thinks that our administration is hi terror of its arms and So far as Cuba la Spain hai no abundant As I have the average Spanish mind believes that nothing has prevented tho United States from taking Cuba by force of anna but a dread of We have been and are an something like a nation of Our whole course during tills our patience under out silence in the presence of atrocities which disgrace the meekness with which we have sub mitted to Interference with onr commerce and the rights of our come simply from terror in spired in American minds by Spanish There is another party party of politicians in desperate ono might see no better remedy for tlie misfortunes of the countrj than i war with the United With the dis mal outlook spreads before tho Spanish states almost bankruptcy money borrowed for the exchequer at thirtyeight per malversation of the insur rections in the rebellions in the JJastiuo re high taxation and constantly increasing budget kings mid pretenders warring upon each there is no better relief than a war with the United It would postpone the evil day it would stitle and unite all par tics it would strengthen Amadous on his quicksand it would summon into new life all the dir chivalry of the Spanish character and revive the glories of Charles Involution would be silent in the presence ol war and revolution now advances with such menacing aspect that we question wiiether even war will awe it Into When Sickles returned here from his wed tour and Flic campaign bo found what is calle 1 a abinct A Minister had been found will his arms in the A hundred thousand dol htrhhad been taken abstracted fcom the fund that is set apart for the uses of the kind of sacred savings bank devoted to election very much in tlie manner of a certain political manager In New It made great Ministers resigned and govern ment was in llie air waiting for tlie return of Marshal who was in the llasque country putting down the liuwiuc As soon as ScrjMuo and the new wan put into a note was plunged the Spunish govorn liRlit by our Miuitlcr of a diameter far dllleivn from the furincr mild and muddy did little more than intensify the in their belief thin we were afraid of their In Iliis note culled attention to the case of ilouaid as one which had excited the niist serious apprehensions in the minds of tiie 1rcsident and tho He shotted that llouurd wusa native of of French parentage that he studied medicine there and graduated at Medical College that he took uji his residence in the Island of Cuba to practice his profession that be never waived his on the regis tered his name as an alien as pro vided by the municipal laws of at tho flice of the constituted authorities that his family continued to reside in one of his being at this time a practising physician In Pennsyl and that in all respects he was a citizen of the United States und entitled to the protection of our This being the as was shown by doeu mentmy Sickles proceeded to show Unit by the treaty of between Spain and the i United no American no matter what ollenee was charged against could be legally tiUd in or any Spanish exempt be 1 lore the regnlaily constituted without ct nsiderint the of Hoitards guilt or iu I the general showed that bring an under the protection ol liten died Klitemeil by a eourlnumiul in direct violation ot its Spain was voniptlUd to rclciisc Alter reciting the fuels at the I gtncrul c ndvidfd bis note by suj ing that he was in 1 slnictcd by the President to make a jiereliiplery dt maud fur ibc In the ordinary of noti1 oi this iliis idle country of wuald Uiiitli a month or tuo fvi au Jar orrespondenco with the Spanish authorities has encrally licen ot this sentimental 3y this I mean that no matter how urgent ster might he there was no propelling or Impelling owcr behind But tho Presidents instruc ions in this new case did not admit of any he Ministers were Informed that the demand was n earnest and that we must have an rcnswer before Congress as in the event of a refusal to release Houard the Presi dent might have a communication to make to Congress on the If Sagasta had re mained in the Minister who resigned the other because of the mysterious disappear ance of the reals for election there would probably have teen an issue made upon the Houard of diplomatic relations and no end of so far as I un lerstand tho character of he represents hat school of truculent statesmen to whom I rc erred a moment when I spoke of men who saw no way out of the present embarassments of the country but a war with the United A unscrupulous worst example of the worst type of Spanish states the Influence of Sagasta has done more harm io and to the new dynasty which is striving o find root than can well be Mar shal Serrano succeeded And more could be icjicd from the largeminded who had tho courage to pardon the Basque rebels wd deny Spain that for which she stood nulling ftiKi than from any of tho men low in power or apt to gain As it there the effect of the new policy of the President us expressed by was seen in tha con Inctof the Serrano Instead ot waiting for x month and permitting the note to drift through the bureaus and translation clerks of the Foreign ay Foon aa it was known that the President was in that ho meant what his Minister and a good deal perhaps that he had asked for Houard and to have no refusal that in fact if there were any complications in the a manof war would he around at where Houard is now In assist Sickles in simplifying as soon as the Ministry had really comprehended tlie fact that an earnest word had been spoken at the note was taken up and considered in Within three days from the delivery of the the General was informed that it had been under debate and that there was no doubt that the doctor we Hid he The Spanish through the new Secretary of State for Foreign Informed Sickles that the who is now at would be Considering that Martos has only been one week in the promptitude with which the demand of lie American government was con ceded Is as gratifying as it is Several rea it ia felt conspired to hasten the Sickles note demanding tho release is said to liavo been peremptory in Its and indicated that his visit home had been followed by a new policy in Cuban In addition to the the General is reported to have lost no occasion to press upon the Spanish Minister the absolute Importance of settling the matter at as I have already had promised to release the but he was whirled of his place almost before ho was warmly in and could not carry out his Then came the American tlect to Gibraltar and within an easy sail of And suddenly the rumor spread that the American shins had eonie to take tho that they were under the command of Sickles and that they meant to bombard So when our Minister made his formal call today upon the question of Houard came The according to the most authentic narratives in said that he trusted our government would change the tenor of its demand for tlie delivery of the instead of arguing of citizenship or the right of the two nations in the to make the request on tho ground of mercy and as an act of as a personal favor from King Amadous to President and there would be no Our Minister said he had made his and ho wanted It consid ered upon Us The Spanish Secretary replied that ho understood that Instructions had been out from Washington directing tho application to bo imido upon tho ground of that the Spanish Minister had so Sickles replied that of course his could only appear in his note us JJut at the same time Martos could noli exaggerate the gravity of the situation that the President was very much in earnest about MurtoB suggested tnat under the and oven conceding all that the American government set forth in behalf of the Spanish had power to send him back to Cuba for trial before tho civil All that the American government complained of was that he hart been tried by a military The right of trial by civil court re mid unless the Americans would make tho application for release upon the ground of there might bo danger of his returning to In that case the General Is reported to have said ho would dcmnnd a copy of tho record of tlie doctors and show that even upon the record there would bo no ground for remanding him to and that he could not but think the result of the remand would bo to increase the gravity of the Maries hen replied that there was no idea of re manding the that he would bo and that ho merely throw out this idea to show that the Spanish ground was not altogether It is expected the order for release will bo sent to Cadlx without So ends the Houard and so begins our new policy with You will no doubt hoar of the release of the doctor before you receive this As was said in tlie Grant means Io light at least one of his Presidential battles hero in If ho wins the Houard I think has been whole Cuban question will bo reopened and America will remonstrate as she has not done before against the whole course of tho Spanish policy In that The cruelties of the tho shooting of the and above all the circumstance that slavery is permitted in will be brought to tho attention of the Spanish A deep interest is here as to tho policy of the and unless everything should lie submerged in a new with another king or pretender coining over the bor der nnd in flight for or going down to a ditch an poor Mexican Maximilian tomeet his fate at the hands of a corporals this burning shame of ehams and follies and misrule should break into a new tho most interest ing question to Spanish and American men f vr the next six will bo the development of Grants new policy witli CURRENT Louis aspires to become the centre of the nar rowgauge railroad system of the United A Philadelphia paper tlghs 1or It will have to wait An upon fowls shows that they die after two months tippling of Since McCofh tool charge of it has received gifis mnountiui to Wills essay On Liberty is being translated into The strikers in New Yorlc have cut down the amount ol new building going on there nearly onc as compared with lityt There is a society of Mormons in who MI all respects conform to the social ami spiritual habits iu vogue at Kail Lulce Four sisters in Iowa are said to have inherited a French estate which gives them francs Aristocratic Fiftii avenue now bus its sidewalk who actually have the audacity to dis lilny their wares upon railings oi undoubted respecta So many nostrums for building up the system arc now in the that the old method of doing to by carrying briclib in the hat iikiIy to bo A lump of pure weighing half u was recently found by a mvro woman on u plantation ill Vniiii The was hoeing cotton and knocked the lump over with her An girl who wanted to be married tho oilier but wasnt old got a friend ot twentylive to personate her at the clerks and by lie shrewd dodge secured a JoKh Hillings says We read that Esaw sold hiz birthrite for and many wondered his extrav nguiice Ksaw discovered arly winit many a niiin has discovered that it is hard to live on a As a general thing we nrc inclined to believe that suicide Culls to eiVcet its if Hint object be to render the victim any more happy or comfortable than he was before but the Chinaman in who killed himself to escape from the no doubt has a brave girl of named Emma Her fathers house being attacked by u burglar tlie oilier the herself in un absent brothers am witti a so the rascal that his recovery is A boiimrang was recently exhibited in the Califor nia Academy ot elititined trom tinIndians j of San lago The 1 is UMTilied us King used by the i ot that in luvciMly ilic MUIIC vuy us Uul iu which it is nsal by tlie natina oC 1 A writing to uu proposed to fupjily him with length ot ftiul tor any Tin1 trjly wus prmtienl Send me a yards strong enoiigh Io tlbli for con pr und thill the tnguf u as 1 urn feinjj io the We of Wight for a weeks
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