r .sa'Jjt-t! V
tai sii ijli's-'io-j -jVul -j
nl f- A.2rfni oa'iSftft pMi&TK. ".lanva'n
if ttV Iv !:-
JJIte ruhrx too
t t rntf -riJ
VT ri 1) d Kwtd
nfj- ' no ha
. f-iff rr'm .li
i;-!-!- ill If
wJt. 't i ai -Ajuk- V lul wxt!l -fi:I-ioi"i odt lo -l!s vlic-iX .?t(ir vUtvi iliAtyafalU 4 bivi 'lavuih zu&Ulz t,r,i.aj Uimioj. ;:'5'.3 UidJa .vx
rf.fir Ttl'.t;tUi at. il.l
b'.ia i;Jii '-ib-iu. -;i !.-fit
. . . .
.bt I. 17.
31 ilj''1 7
? "lfiiA Vr.t Vij vtm'iX u . itiA Ltii ; .f l; LI j:I 1 nilMi vA&Tt I i IS T!
i - - ' -- - - - - ......
ta.tt' m'J i;! f ' Jj! !"'.?
. IFrora tUe Eufanl Xews
nris even-tide upon a summer's day
m bold acclivity and nestling dell.-
AWDg tse gTatenil slopes and vallejs fair,
toxartant verdanJ waved and trees were there-,
ADd flowers of sweetest scent and loveliest tone.
Filling their golden chalices- with dew. ' '
, ; i ; ! (!.. . ! 1 i - .
rieaTing.the; hills, inU4al majesty
A noble river rolled towards the sea-i t i
KeflecUng lierji $ad thett the sunset dyes
ln"coiuiterfelt presentmentTpf the sklea. ;. i
And onward 6UU, wjere loamlng breakers surged
o'e ocks and reefs, enchanting Isles emerged
AS BezzounuuoauitM uvh't "s
AwS purple, nAstjtt elejjriEJ Bcxding teamii.
ZtfterlaJ as the Imagery ot dreams. .
On either naod alons the sinuous tide
AnDpenlng landscape,' picturesque and wide;
In continuity of hills find fields,
Kich In the garniture cultivation yields
Th distant plains, and nearer helg-hts around
wi(i BBj,,iiiia2'S ianirttHfesJcftvriie(ls "
Katare and Art thus vielng to display
New beauties on the river's winding way.
STanoEBa iprf ad'
oul flora aitdleni clt
its sounds of noisy pleasure,;
.toll and strife.
Were far rem'dtedF and yet' mid tile fepase
Prevadlng, there, were vplce which Jose f
Attuned dntb iarmbni In keerfni J
With ui scetil th vdlcept svatejswefptn!
onwararoreveT, aeep as ocean a roar
Remotely thundTyi pa soiat rugd shore
The voice of leaves and birds, the whlspTlng brerze,
The soul of rsl(--UrJCrXiD,t52rt;3-Wfifle
chime of evening bells from distant spire -Mke
tar faint echoes fined the vesper choir.;
Fair Hollywood ! With sacred awe profound
I ctoidiipon thy consecrated ground, '
utere dearest1 Idols human hearts' have known
By Death; thellread lconoclas o'erthrown. ' '
Ue iovr,' j Therej too, tha weary find, opprest,
Keath sculptured stone or, springing green, sward
, nst . i ;
The universal lesson these proclaim
- At ever thrw" the ags still the same
" In monumentalpli'n Brrntipeless aei
, Dustunto dust-ties6iil httiod wflo'gattl
I.. I). M.
These verses were written by the giftel
ami attract ijre-fridjwj of Cofijucl John E.
Mooret of Abrniiu'.' "Jefir thtivvar lie
was a4T5'er, legislator and' jiue a
. niaiffdt'Cted filfJUr -jst? I'liug character
and uing tuleitt;ftfl '4eloved for-fl;e
geniality of his nature. Earnest in his
lM)liticjiLit4WK; je fnxW aavc iys JMVjto
his c6ufitr.v; 'and Ine' railly l.eantiful
lines we print fo-day arc a toiuliing tri
bute worthy of- the patriot 'dead whose
nrtal remahis lie'in the honored rest of
the Virginia Cemetery.
FAITHFUL IN LITTLE.
BY HESBY STHETTOX
Author of 'LosfeGiy.' c.
r. Ik "tiik Spuixo Time.
Ah ! how the long houi-s of the day
dsagged by I haT been an aijiveTvo!
liaru aU my and iiov tliei'e, vii$noth-.
ing for nte to do. I begged that I might help
to scour out the old men's ward, thinking
1 might get1 A 'word iviUli ; rabotife ; but
. they said I was past the age at which wo
men were set to work. I askciL the mat-
reftftff meiftne se'fc tCtf KAt'sTiH
told me that it was all done by the girls
ii? the workhouse. J, saw thea Jiow the
poor old women about me had'suiik low-
er JW? mMlWt-piiH J&leObeitftr
but the same fate.
The only times of the day rVhen lett
myseii alive was iiuningwjd Tiiht, W1611 .
l-i,iT were reattH uie wg room. e
vw. .... a -sr 1
old folks weertjeqnired to attend. forjliglcJvereemity, shosifrtl. T&rtwas why
me roonrw-a4?wd ana aranffttv:: bnt 1
missed it oj;inytliBrg
oacli other's faceR, aucLwef
together whilst we were ti5il3irtrle
i'raTerraad repeating the. same words,
hen weiaid, 'Our Father,' I Vbuld have
pt silent, hearkening if I could catch
Ms Voice, only I was afraid he might be
uearkeiiyijr fof-jiine jjind-I sniH its and
litfehedtill at times I fancied I eould hear
word or two from him amid all the li u 111 1
Iht baby sob in its sleep, though there
may be a hundred louder noises about
r. as we 3-ent out from prayers. J
eoald alwjy-ef anMiilooijigpJ
ards rae, with his patient smile upon his
uiuif, wiin jus patient smile upon t
?M ' to go to n,y heart to thiHk
fuim dragging himself across the yard
nen the rain was falling, orf ItL ii&fiv
As under foot, and him so weak witlt
rheumatism. But than, it wjS our olltf
comfort, hi., as w-ell as mine ' and 1 nev-
Bat w hen Sunday afternoon, taut?) sumE
" ?inaa our, half hour, togetlier, we had
Ty little to'say toone another. We sat
81hy Hde. sjjent, for. the ipbst yiiUjand
i-rangers, fhat had ."seen usl VoulThave
thonghtwed noTigtif for one another.
vVs'FerV s6 dulf, 'vdtV&f cliang'ei $
rht there wa iroiing to tell, and
Tttasotn uld 4e ver get his tWights
1$ aboujt in words. All I knew from
nm thAt his ward was just like mine,
fiued v&hld men, with all the life gone
Aia . lLJ-'!
:ltthginIHe was warmed, and cloth
;SSa8tI,,!,K bllt tha
had. .mir. ,ftrnnoH out.
"'"ent outside the workhouse walls,
tfWrTofJjerse6f iinloost: We
Permission to go out o the same day;
"flTransome was waiting for me in hfs
orkhouse clothes when I went through
!.k . doprs, a chilly
JThpecetuberbut it didnot rain when
' ilii-.I; l:.lt !!;!
agahf T6'v a"litite
i time, only wi6i 'brbTceri,hiWs,1'Ia;i'sViiijg
ithatwWld trail US baelfnV,,i;,, 1,1 E '
Theproflchori'se faiV W'tli'tV taracfdrfoT
the toivn as aurjoW Jibme'aud. becft.iise
towards piat, to.u3h wb kuew it would be;
cone, and had no more a ptacc.savc in our.
agajosjt us, biit we .arcely.pofe j&fap, (vf J
it. AVc were togetlicsr once more 4nit.f-
the diirk shadow of thb workhonseWaIl3:.,)
Butjwhen we reached1 the tof'of' Ihie"
street where the diiigT used to ,be( ,ad
turned the corner .f Uie,last house, to,ee
the gjipt-wliere out cottage once stood,
ihg there stin ! : Not one1 whitrchabgedj'4
rnerejwas tne popiar tree, wjm;A Ie
Wieihatciied roof, alireen
iniost- jiiia jioafecHeeic, alia thf lncnce
, a j '' a a
creepers nangmg apout-theni, anq ra
bushe$T)r rosemary and laveiuiefTjrrsras
had left thfeafc t -NoM' eowkttwt believe
mourning over it m mv secret heart as
pulled down aijil destroyed ; and. now;!
saw it unchanged, not n beam, not i ii hand-
fnl of thatch gone ; only there ;wu's ' no,
smoKc irom tne emmney, ami tue Kucneu.
shutter was not taken dowi. Transome
lifted (he latch of the wicket, and "we will
ed dourn the old path together, as if f we
had only been to market, and -IrJiad
the Itev in mv basket. We 'snt
down j on the little bench beside the.
door, iind looked in wonder, at one anoth
er till J -could not see him through, my
one o Iny dreams. Thee and me eoniin'
home to t;i oud house ! Is it true, think s
ta ? Qrip my hand hard if thee thinks it's
it's true!' I answered, and the old
might hare left us alone in it all
le instead of driving us to the work
h ! hush ! lass,' he- said ; it is na' 'u'
r him. God sent us there, and v'e,
mil 11 never set oursen again' Him. But
He's keepiir it for us till we're
o - come out o th' house again.!
11 come out at once, I said, 'if we
could (j)iily have the old house again at
rent ; I could win bread for thee-J
. Let us leave the house at once
and cokne baclw'
Allv,' he answered,' 'we're bound'
to waif th' Loi-il's pleasure. Th' Winter's'
frost aijul snow han to come vet : and we've
rt her bed, nor chair, nor table left.
Ti Clin 11 ii1 1 .ct t'
111 IJ1 11: lcl-o .
We sat there all the afternoon.' chilled
to the pone; -yet happier than we had
been splice the evening T ran some came
home Yyith the bad news that we wcre'o
quit. Li lass from one of the house hwd
bv canle to us and told us how one of the
1- after we left that part of the town ; and
iif:.llrlV$l begun to fall off, no one
hud tftke&ffie. myj set4he looms at
bud taikel5t4Ju mif set -the looms a
work abain. Man 6Jnie houses in th
1 w , my i .
Avork afcrain. JlanvseJliP Iionses in t!ie
Un old LinihrrKii.ni mt nnU?d
ore in its pladrVw)
3d to go aivav aF
twaraeil. wnernpwi; liaa SO Olten WOrKCU :
, t B ' . W - - -
togefliqr in the cool of the day." As we
made cur way slowly back to thenar-5
house,-1 talked over bur plans as if I
were a H oung wife again, and lie had only
just weklded me. As for Trausojne, he j
atioke-lbt feAv words aa-usuaV, -only-wut
teriug joliimself from time to time, 'I' th'
than half a mile from the workhouse : vet
Transqme, who was weary-f could not
ouickeiiJws lame feet. Heiwde-umhitrrv
ekfecel uuder shelter ; Wl'lWeded
nU( m iyud him so tolet me stay beside him
with -a Ibrltet Wihan'Ustfar.' TTe r'e1
y ,-w vw K'v.u.vBK. UtWiiii' V a CV 111 I Kj
. 1 '
s lonirks I could, that he could not-sarWlief 'WAtfttAryrtrfrrr.V ' poligamolis
ic 110. For the rain did not take away
I.?- ,i..i,7A l.n. tiw. ..... '
u(i(; til. n ' 'ui ,llJ Jiviuif ui i j i v. uuu
plans from 111 v head ; and I scarcely felt it
tVrJaiyfself J)nV?or im,Jvliose coat was
getting staked through and through. lie
was slAefiif ntff Wofd
e&'aSS bright light in his eves, and a
f sratle upon- his face,' as he kept saying '!'
til. Spring-time r . ; ..,
spite 01 uic lam 11 Kii u my n-.n
the WorKnouse-gates ag.1111. 1 ruunouie
and we had been happy together once
njore; an'J.uou'. we must go our , separate
ways, aud never see one another -save at
prayers until Sunday afternoon came
agalii', Tlie g'rt was lit inside, the doors,
and 1 could see his face .clearly ; and I see
it now whea l shut myeyes. ii suppose
rliprp. must have Iwsen wrinkles on it, and
the eyVf were sunken and 4 dihiy ;iipd.' Vt
ie eyV were sunken and , dihiy
as'ohf ahd withered, and his ha
was old and withered, and his hair wasu
hin ai4 giey ;.but to me it was like the
face of an kugel. with that Ibvifig.jrjati
light in his eyes, which had been shinning
tlTere whenever I had seen them, ever since
we chme into tne house. i' .
.Tiu.- ik' I i '1'- f - . . -
JMvrlassr Jie i said, UoldiHg. me by the
jiand, Jw riutj;.Iay hono'dV W
t h' LorA. When me and, thee V
... . i i. , (-if
we liiverlaid a innry' agen a rainyimqwgid'ome
i4lkm V i9tTmxitt e ia ,tc Janti dill ' -
T ii f T
Jiff) ; Yu?ftierc f awniver rcclcorfecf ijia?
thee an me 'nd ever grow outl. But (vha't-
miUingMdOjiftjuaejaiiiriiUj Jie4d 3 m he
cAiili WAkeojV ifirtinds'ft lose ieigh
t autcinoth9i.iTheiljhe cut ihii way;
UMtn.v: paineTTIiiiytnld!2iibk. Ihdil' ba
powes pMfk n7iJf OM! v he,lei f .tliougU
thought oTTransoine going, and now he d
feel 'at i.6rieiiSine 'thereVI-Hvrpt 'sorfe
for. troable aand roito.' Ii begged evei-r
bodi',taA eamg neoy.Mi.ci to takt message
ftjot wtht?jigika'WrTirufroHt- spit
oliniyplf. .altynttfwrthi p?oiiu,I
across The ifotr ro.the lire-place at the far
eridc)f!iei'ara.fiaTiti'fak uff WaW:imrrt
the blddvraep-cyTrHfr inbou rt...I' r?
stAoicIgflu stiff, Jiand towards the;
1 J 1 11.1 ,1 w
wnen an 01 a suuuen tne uoor at. tne other
end of the long room Avas thiWni bpen,;
aflrt a glihilTofde called' oat to mo,' h aimvp,
ski W,,y9iqe, that raMg tluwigUjniey.'AlUie
1 rwywroe , jo rs to go H uek ,to,0tfM, ,ipn,:k7
ward for yo re man s deeiti . ,
.-Oipff ;'-.if? :. ti3; k
,Ui I. ,7ii n.;ilill ; tux;.-
i i JCjill )
.Mini ilfctMflWljpbrt IisieK-l ti.jj.
tbfi -Cffcqp,gJierei)!nwbMe Mm ,cros
shoulfl .in.aJUoveTtiBjhWfi woieof St
Sophia) u, loufib; .rsjwJCi AheiJtrvatjf of:
Ueigradei, q.citujiy.Qrjuovtf.ogOy Ue Qt-,
toman, -fiXRU iH.;Elii:VP.;.Vuis;ct$ed io lie
Jeared as an aggressive forcjeiiitaswuqb
a, Uinrjjing f?nflwente.1totduy Aa :it , wns
AYhe pjsfttitjpopJe fH.-aMtjMU'dog qf
Islaiujbjpkejovgii Jim arrjee 4hi:had 4'or
cent,iiitej5di,vide4.Ue East? ia t
The Ea4e;;n,ipjf sjtjou Of .jkvhich liavie
lizard 4&q rnjch, js im neiv, thing., IMs j lift
as o.;as$ie,T.urkUh .--ocqwijji tft tht.
aiicu?n; Christian cipitaliAlldthefe-uevex.
1 ling .bujeix a jLipie-wheu ,tJio,Eurotea iowr
ersuttles ftit.Vit-WEsa.-uy .othe? coitests,
aud not aly(ays.tlienT-vv' ,e ftblcrttforgot
1 th,e, presence of ; thse ij vmlers. , for two
huiidiedyeai, they were, the terror, of nil,
Em-ope until, at the.cse of the seven
teenth century, theyeajho Vf ry uenr cap
turing Yienua.' AYith that iilure their
aggressive fort?c, beg;ii,to (lecliye, tlie mil
itary -and rcJiouS; entljusiiiUi that had
made them invincible dying ont-asit ceased
to berexercised, and tliey. have, sunk more
aud,np3re to the. Wve of cpnimon buudiLs:
but to Uje peppje pir uvliou) they have
still herd swav there has been nosccuiitv
arid to the neighboring: nations no lasting
peace while these bandits maintained a
fobUiakf rtf their eirhrfirVd terrirory. FM
it must always be . remembered that ihe
Turks are not in any sense the owners of
ki.i.l in . 1
'Turkey in Europe, lmt' thd holders of it
r merely? -TfteyVlr- graft1 tiietnselx'es
lilMn nd-beciVnltt rt' pdYt7 or:H& rtal'ior.s
land thfnMid tt'ot'niVek tyehple 'to
tlieiMMthina nlte',oiw na noil, as J
been dose i (he PA4t; ' trrey spiy ; fairre
and quaTfned f rrettteelve.'!ini 4T"eopTp:
whb-lmt0d tlitsw, irtt Trnoni they'brbflgnt
intA ttfttJettitft ftytfre nhirsAvold; roblnrVg
urrtilehtffettf'tVrth'g, Mih ojiprdssroli
kWrtWl&f. htrie hiillio4rsr'tJf 1 CTiilsfraiis
hopelesRly, sto'bje lorflfri' iitrrrohs bf
ha UMift'taitfra-, J fhHttgli' 4iWta Jtohdhb a
w-itiim uinnv- ainr a cuiiuiu mrasuit ui
..! -I IT .4-
sneecss, nm nerer TjeeTrauytiung nut an
rorlB - W
swottl ftifti&ifftiidV of h! tfbsfcenfliir sei-f es'
fof' - 'ljenHwa aWfcufeMrtifled',Miderfiidt
Though in Europe, it is not of' ' ttfii1.
- It ha BOrJe-ofimvffignlty'of M6Iraiirrne-
dair feinrweTik'e'rfmt'f1 Pefa; HftfrtrMa
real tiatioft tvltri anhtiona! lite aifdliisto-
ry. -'Th4'riisffry,of thesil Jieojilf4 is Enfo-
iitf,theetirntHdt rii!es over them
is Asiath'nhdth'erft is tid pkdut of sj-mpa-
thirfeetweert thH Easf afd Weit: As terse
lefrrf 'oltfon'imt rfCrlrisfrUfi : the
arid'fttoKrffilttied'alfi 'Irtri here'i.k piecfe of
tlift:(-tll( firnhTifJWIssfri Aci-
..v . . . . ... ' i " . .... .....
arte artBfyqntrrterd iti the'rfneietit'capital
' of ClitisWr&wtr, srrifl serHng5 btt't1 fts-de
! taclrihdirts t6art'f'ml 'errtvlize'nll 6f
Tnik', by his
' cohfetftntibfi hfotrattingr J the fmrda-
1 rfiC7itA rtie'Ot.Hl talttij is-against ev
eryTnaBrwj oew not irreressJtiifegiail't?
to tae rTOwcRTici necessarily eyery
matrts naiid'fi'rt been against hiiit" Eifner
Austria iRa&lfr orbth'ltve bfien fight
ing - hiTW-'ftliinisV-'triMiTirtbrsly srnte ' hi.
firsts inrbml AfetJnmde,' Hhd Russia alone
has'had'half a?ddzeTi ivk wtlnh "the last
centdry arrd tMs:1 We,iiotrrelf remote
as-edrei nawti drtrWrf ihtbitlie klges
of th irrein-tttsifcleJ beVnflietf 1 The 1 terror
isinjiootjg,mArHtaihe4 by 'rhfe Bafbary
pimtearvTirielilt isMe eSf theiifghe'sgr6Tiek
6f thct'AuWianfivy'txylrarte endVfTW-ift
buHwl iiiasrraffori bf hrw'Mbnaimeklay
isnVbas ojrtteed1 nd liarrased iirilriOns
of yfe&pM bjtid Kkepf 'tjdf of Europe ' under
armk.-' .' V1' V" " '
tt'.whfifnM friltir ttfter IrrVwaVwirrr Rrrs-'
- -, r ,
SialUPin"v i-iiiiwcvi ctrauueu wiuiiii
.ofcTanscune..no!a ranswered: .'111
iwe Ilia vsrilff aii'jnar-be Tjell'lel us. co
lJutalliJiat nicut 1 eould not sleep, an
fliemmoMidg'TroWnd ihhViM iie'avv
10 iiiui, one, 1 mz no.Mivc . iacw , Tr
illin All j-tliev were a long three. .
thaVxiAy tHefe, Titrt'iible'to'stli' hHml
'iiawiVai - cilwVijU : '..rtui '
SALISBUEYV ' b0.iJiAPEIlijif 2(i "1877.7 , r ;'4
Vvt? v mgV M!.e f0 i8li tostand Ay!iuiifc fiCtaslti"
gerous, ,Kua antt. Austria, liad. secured tead hi liue3v Btit;thigsMiTfhf1iinW
Greece was established and the cruelties
of tlie strugcle'had .faded from memory.
and tlie extentipn 01 the British empire
India made it seem important to one 11a-
tion at least; hat the key .to the
Moreover, Turkey had been keeping quiet.
mini r. ,!.i v 1 J.Ttf'
undeserved crcdi4in tlie-'Ay'estjMde'fe'n-der
of the onp'ressetf bv refusing tjie sur-
render of the Hungarian and Polish refuT
gees. All these iliings "xvde it possible, i
when the. next war vyith Russia br,oke oat
ntHijJj for her ic? obtain assistaice from
England 'and "France who' helped her to
secure' the' promise from Russia 'that tlie
safety of tfie dttoinah Empire'sli'out'd'nbt.
agaiti le tii'ralened except by tlie general
cbilsent of Europe.' The treaty of Paris
put Turkey tl nil er 'tne joint guardianship
of the European powers, rndividually,'
they were ndt1 to disturb her collectively,
they were to keep her in order to insist
upon? the protection of her Ghiistian fsftb-'
jects,"'and to preserve 'and defeiid Jier hen11
trality.' Ilnfltr this 1 measureof seeniityi
att'aii's in Tirrkey have gone oii froin bad
to worse;: 1 Tavihg gained a sort; of reehgi-'
nition as a civilied power, tire SfiltahV
gwernmente begaii J to mako tn oof of J its
citiiizafion bj' borj owing nwrney ' -nbi rtud
tfaine3ease tlie costh luxuries oflhecjortrt'
'iind defanlting on the interest. But tlK5
boiTowdd'itlony did not lighten the bur
dens of the people. The tax gatherer
weal his rounds with increasing frequency,'
'seizin? whatever he could ti v his hands
on niS'd those who resented the robbery
were shit or stablxtl and their houses giv
en! to tho flames. ?;One outbreak' after an
other, ' Greeks ov of Sclavs,; in t'retej in
tho Herzegrtvinain Dalrhatia, in lrrlgriia,-
Vas 'finppressod-with most horrid cruelrr,
until the civilized ..world conld no ' liMfgei
hold its peace- Th-Ilussi,i insisted that
the treaty o Paris should eithor be enl'oao-.
ed or abrogated; that tlie powers .mioiiui
keep Turkey 'in order or leayellnssia'free4
to deal with the question herself. '
If' is hot necestry to suppose that Rns-t-ht
coiHern for the Christian subjects of
the Porte is purelydisinterested1, nor'arc
we obliged to impugn her motives.. because
she may entertain the hope of future con
quest! Russia is the representative of Hie
orthodox Greek faith, and the Czar as the
temporal head of the groat Russian Church
nius-r be the patrol! and protector of his
co-religionists everywhere. Russia, more
over, is the great S'clavoi'iie empire, and
the Sclavonic tribes in Turkey look for
protection to the Czar. There are Sclavs
A who are not Greek Christians ar.d Greek
Christians who are not Sclavs, but these
two strongest ties of religion and rare
bind Rnssia in an! obli.ation felt by' no
other power to defend tlie oppressed sub
jects of the SulfanV iOf co-arse under all
tliis lies the dream of empire. Russia, 01'
i the Russias, Waft but an aggregation-' of
hnli'-burbaroas principalities at the tinte
of the fall Of Constantinople. The future
empire .rns then but 'crystallizing otit of a1
mass of unsettled tribes. It was 'not till
the close of the nfteenth centurv that Ivan1
the Grea't assumed the title of autocrat M
all the Russias, aud" nearly two centuries"'
more were required5 to perfect-",' Tinder Pe
ster the Great", tle organization; of fr pow-
erfiil European empii-e. But the double
headed e.iglo that Ivan 1 "placed 'upbHirs
cseutcheon, by right '.f corish'ngutnity
with the overthrown imperial hon.?e of
Constantinople, -proclaimed him the heir
4iof the Byzantine Empire, aitfl everyone
of his snccesAors4ias looked fm ward tothe
time wlierrtllat engle-standard should le
planted again ujiofi the Bosphorns, 'and h'
clrristiatl emperor lie crowned again before
the restored alter of OonstahfineM grand
cathedral. Tlie Russian claim npon By
zahtinm may le far-fetched and sentiment1-'
al, but that it has been, in one form or
another, persistently held, is an easily in
telligible fact. Of j late years, however,
trace has lieeonie a more important faetoi-
thaii religion in the' Eastern problem, and
tho scheme of a Sclavonic empire has
grown in favor as the German empire ha
.grown. - Bismarck's plan for preserving
the balance of tilings was -to strengthen'
Russia on the Sclavonic sidef bukin Rus
sia, at least-, no'' plan of Sclavonic 'union1
can; lie. considered that dots not ut Rus
i at the head. .. ' 4 ' '
That Russia expects to accomplish any
large part of these schemes now is dottbt
ful. ' The tlispositibn to be made of Tur-!
key lias le?ii for too long a centraVpoint
between Europe and Asia should
in the hands of. a weak neutra
anu naving comparatively lew massacres,
-'4 t'4l ' ' v' l't S..'AiL:.'4SO'
and a little further .on , she , earned some
in Euroan diplomacy, and' tie powers 1 "HoiKVrra montfi and to pay Tire i.egis--haTe
had too many 'consultations about it 1 wll h ir 'as Understood s to1,e'
for its -to suppose that they will ieave one
of tiieir number to wttle the question-unhindered.
Lord Palmerstou made it an
Krticle in 4he political creed of England
that tho-uearraliry of" CoristatiHnbple' is
essential, if not to the peace dftlie wbrlct. At
least trt the security of the new Empress'
dominions. Austria hdn a ctatirr', 'pa theft
more valid than Russia's and quitb as
strortglj held, to' represent the EhiprfeTof
the Hast,' and it'WHer-eagle, if any, that.
1 . ii- . l J ,
fit !i. tT '.i v!r:h t-t.l s.'.ftti'(rt t, :
ence.intlie Eart wkhwtOnyo'tal oon-f
ing deeqt gbyernment tP,it&sibj6cts$ an)
perhaps,; coiapleto the Wvemn!Krf thd
irorthVW liHnc?nAliriesi1nnrfrtlifcm ferr '
Wg, the- c4ayonjt; qlinj, bel)ifqrward
the empiie of fth-e-Ifiititrej of rvhJeli the
Czar, as the chrttriptoW of Efisf ef itIXtikgtti
may h& done wjtjv tlioj nisentr of Etiropd
if th'erCiar prosper5 its hisndans', nnd-ttfet'eV
is enough here to ' tixflipt 'tte,"aWJlfofittljf
any sovereign. That the expulsion of the
Turks from Europe ll be ultimately ac
complishwl i leyorid'dnbt, but it will
not be5 riecomiiliahtnl in .t' AaJ"bra,V6ir.
While 'they'reniftirt tTiey inusti ahVAys be !
source of tvoublef-artdW man 'can' fdretelT
what ; coritl ict'a aid 'wnat; criiin'ge Si at
may involve i but?:f h'ttt'tli'friii' Whieli,ii6w
seoins imminent! Mir'tffclend frnTl'tTie
:: Hmiit hee suggested,1 Scarcely phibable.'
And yet the fall of the Ottoman Em-nte'
cannot he-far drsfAirt'if1 re f etiff thc''!c?s
son bf history arlglit, audit wnr'peTfsli
as'tho 4 Miphate perisKed'hnd' as the By-
zantimc EHipire'lk'riMtWy'itS oTvri cpr
ruption and decay. .,
,- --, O r ( .
..The New York, siys, tneinvstjoon"
spicihms lvlic of the great salary grab'tlcf
is the President's pay', -which' '.was'.'ra'fs!
to.f5,00T) from Sbuy, lp-'tlie! Xtptu-
nity.iU'. Grant aul thepcmiteiiceof: his
peciiliar lik hds; who tliihfld;ooTitTol'of
l)oth branches of Congress ;'ifnd the Siii
detiiriTid tLaf ttbe,cut dovn to the pj-igi,
i:al amount. , . . y ' - ,
As soon as tV fcaret-liaggers ssteppetl
down and out 8rtuth t'Arolhia'the V-olof
lilu' obliterated itself.'; .The nie; cinpa-'
i-s of colitred. miU' ia in 'Cli;"iisioiU
once ijcsolved tu siye vwdiid aillegiaiice'ta
Hampton, and tin white ritioc'lRh whidi
convulsed the nation during the campaign.
and the colored militia. now fraternize like
hands of brothers. As it is iu South Car
oliua so it will be in Louisiana.
It sometimes causes mystification' that
a Christian country like Eughiud should
sympathize so actively with ' tlie, Turkj
who i'ollows thp doctrinctiof Mahouud.. JjtJ
must be remelnliercd tlat niany-inillions
of England's suliects in the raSt afe Sins
snlinen, and theji Turkey owes Great
Bntian :;'0-t3,n.I,22.j principal and
11,!)J,5 interest on the same. 'John Bui
does not let his Christianity shind in tli
way of that colossal debt." ','
The old Whij aiid lein'ocratrc' I'tarffes"
are represented ras lbljows. iu, tlje. ytate..
government i Gbyenoaud rfi;u.Ters qVi
li'ie WJiigs; Secretary, of rla4evl Auditor'
ami 'Attorney Genenir. Demrbratsi'Prtfief J
intendent of Public Inst ruction, Coulm'is--'
soner of Agrieultiie ilfffnidjuOfiit General,
, under age betre YlitJ War; 'now',' new issue
Democrats Th. Cougrpsionii . dejega-''.
tion st:wjds, . Ytte,-Wvuldell, Davisaixl
YaiKce, Whigs;' Scales; Steele, ' Bobbins
,a n d Brogden-, ' Deal ocraf s. fta I. IVcjrs.' ' J;
Bkx. B rTi.ini says -0hfo-gve
hl fired IWpiibiican',ifioTirvi'lUsF"t'lff
f that she ought "to :ha-i"nibfeoffl?l'Urifl
lhyn.n Old m'i isqitfninjr 'af tTie:
President of fhe United States, 'the Ch'h5f
Justice and one AbcTafe' Justice 'of 'flit'
Snprettfe Cbrt," tlie Secretary of uieT
Treasury, tire tVeneral ot" the' AthiV;1 fhe'
Lienrenrtrit Geiieral, one'lajbr'Ghiettrl
seventeen of the field bfHcefs.'' Tet like1
the horse-leech's daughter the average
Ohionn cries "Give ! Give!!" '- ' 1 ' ,L '";
If is the first time in'the histmV tiT
th at' the Presidential inhc't? of1
scales of justice,' the sWoli'd'aiiii'the1
puise of Uncle SatriV goVerhmfitt li.Vve'
v. . ' (. ... . r.w I 1 'J L'.ll V l
been coneenfratedtn the h;itias;t,T cinzj ft
of brie -State.; ' - 1 Jt y ,
" ..... ' .'-.ii"-',4 '-! ,trdid f ' . tt
t The foilQiviag. tejipgii aj. fwwtWuUiu-
tou to theiCiuiciuuUi, tei4iay piidi
sonie events th.a.t liav.r. .pttlel-0.We'ef
of.te.SojdhXiaroliiiii qncstiqa -i ,','fiiiftvutl
had been raised here for. GpYi. 4ihauiy"M
lain sulficient to maintain a regiment of
picked nieii in the' S'crtitli'Varidiiia State
lloue-firr a month and to pay tire Lt'gi-
called together. - Tire ' money ' was ' to In
piMd in installments, ' and" those1 h'aving
ihhtge of tiie,riintrr"'Wert'greaHyrli
ed at CnamlK'rLiins,ten'aeTtidh '"f
. ". . . '.T '.... .. t 1... I Tlt
N. i 11 i ''" -. r-
JiarKei nauics. i n&, b-tiroijeaa wirif
iiTnl Vtin itiej. Misril nik.'-.rliL'SLJ vmicih
qtias i of errithrj" bevdird - ktS ' IarItfbJ
Wdiice'tlie poyer pjf iiwe;ne-,
ees in the RaTeii orovisina .maxket..vadt-linvatations
Jtcrdayr Corn and iefalr awui lf?i4
nve ceTlt3 fa" bhV. wheat advwfid
taipoi, rruj rTyWIri-tious are tit.WWegliieflyJo.plani.w
tendency. Hal. Xetr$.
.ul J )o Dic-nx va& is uj ja j
v tomIe liftij j: ni";l r.i;tu .
exiectation 01 a great war in Europe is
realized. ThisimprHring-event, the mo-
mS &il&h VTfaWQ. market .for
F1 ? ? - . ....
banks jl finplompnt .for wtheif
wiUuu le. ensuing twQyeara.me.itUan
Will Attempt to lIoM Over.
it is stated that the old board of direc
torsfjf the' fiisalie Asylum are opposed to
yh hrrng to their successors. ' If will be
remembered Unit the gi-buhd upon which
a hew bohrfl' wrfs 'appbinfed wiis tfult tile
tetmy (. tire rhetuliers bf the former Ward
had expired by'lintitatiorf m'bj'tlie failure
of the SeuirteTo confiiin'. VThVolil bbafd,
however iiiUlntafn fliaf'they are' entitled
to;fefaintrrt)se.isi'ou of their' offices1 until
the timelfall hiii itt; for 'tlie 'new board to
take their place under the' recent act bf
Assembly, to-wit 1st day of March,
1378. Towliat Sfftftnt, jtjip qldj J)irrt will
go 111 tiieir opposition is not known, lhcy
mutresis't by legal-'Means' or nrny fou
teirt 4heiiiiielves with sutrendering under
-rr 111 .vi.f. x h ''...mv - 1,1
r 'AuEtro)itoif Fmpirs'sioH. A' report lifts'
gaiiieil ciin-ecy among smire of the cotton
dealers' U the'eitVfhaf ''section 1G- sched
ule' li of the ievenuc net', levies a tax' of
Slttd hpon every person who stores cotton
aad' receives a compensation for such
storage. We have the authority of State
l rename Worth- tor 'say fng that this is a'
false construction bf-rlie section. "Nothing
in it can be construed, in his opinioh'j'td
anetafl'ativthliig'f the-kind. Thenclaise
oftlieiseetiorn Ihtd i'cfer'en'ce 'to can" milt
be made 4 o apply to wftfehotises'''wJliich
arekept for the exclusive purpose of ex
hibiting! hml sefling'cottoii aad lurs'no
referequ-e : to warehouses where cotton is
simplyTtored. The alarm of the Cirtton
men oii'tlris jioint is. -unnecessary. IZtil.
c. .JiettiynatUin of Commhsinncrt.
K. D. Jones, Chas. B. Cole, J. B. llob
gijod and Andrew Williams, Repnhliean
eominissionersof Granville county, yesterday-tendered
tiieir resignations to Gov.
Vance. The resignations were uecepted,
but the -acaaeies have not vet been tilled.
The purpose which these commissioners
have in -view in resigning is' to defeat the
decision of the Supreme Court which, at its
Lust session , ortWed them "to complete the
canviss of the votes cast in the late elec
tion in that county 'from the face of the
rctrmis. 'They bad refused to do"t"his for
, the reason 'that sucl a" canvas -would
have eleeted Moore sherilT of the county,
and pot-' in -other otrieors to'whoni they'
were'hostih'.' -It is claimed'-that "uotwirh -startding'-trie
resignatlim of these com
nUfeuViSien ! theK wSlt be made to finish
ttlo ertnvass-df "the. vote' heretofore- men
t ion ed: from Mhe face of the returns'' or
elsT! Jnilge 'Bdxton will put tlrem in jail
fori rofiiRitl to bley the mandate of ii court.
' ,?r'; ' ' ' '.m, ' ' -- '
, Prof, '"arl of the R oy af . ea iU' 1 uy I oji -don,
iias' y4-esnte to the Society o Avis
a tfi scaler V vmci 'if is belie ved will i en -
derahTvmits'bfowork,' Wweyer ui'iu
-I'Jsiir U ?-s:'J-rV'V ' r . J.-U'
ei4i!that'ir any i'vpii. article s . (ixjMse'-i,' a tl
a mgn temperature, 10 uie aeuou ol suiici -
IheKteof 'klqlliij. iif'-will become covered with
a film 'of MaclC oxide, oV a thickness which
,is 'determined tiv the' degi-ee of tempera
tiire' aiid uy the leug'th of exposure. The
,ox1'(Vi' 'is' harder' than the original iron,
-aii'd adheres to it even more firmly than
the ' particles1 of iron adhere to each other,
so jthat there is a gain not only iu cJiymi-f-itCrut
'also' in echanical "resistance,
frhi black oxide dif& rs totally from the
x.ide8;'tliatjia!r(e formed by tlie ordinary
ii'xpwirq o( i 1 qu. to tBi 0sph eric in fl 1 lences.
jlt-ia uninthreitoed not only by moist air
.nnt-hthit eorrbsive ' substances: If
rZhiX Me any . flaw' jn he coding,
irijja juKjPiiWj is uvigueuiy remov
ibwHOiavt of the surface, the common
tjhlatlott'will occur - vl.iere the irbn is
jth'uhTrtiripilofected. But 'sach "bxhTa'-
Jiork'sUicly'liyiited to tins, uiiprotecUnl.
MioitlOB', tuiu litis not uie . smallest i?unen-
cy-iitlir'to' spread laterally under' the
Llartf' Wfde!'pr 'tb! tfrtlt'cV this from the
subjacent p:rta. , , ;
thb'.sab.je'c.t ,nof, cbl
beith fMjr.at home and .noe4cX)rn-i'oi
...fli.i'i ''ill Am. .VeTtt r '-0 .i.ifc
U.--v ' i.
Mrl 1 Edr4rds? 4ire eateh -natnlnfifct,
tvO loJve U6 n sboyrUi aJijet..
Lcir!B.'lmJ p,caifciona 1ii'-iejirtiUvDstiia
ti.ms." -iiu 'Kitl'"fTe.'1i.V,mgiTe to' ;
oi'Porae one 01 i.u,ov'.i ul im iiur.
seers ana oirus.
Yofkef-ald1: WVttlf begeat
ge, as if by niasic, in case tue general
' Somenegrbes propose to' fu-.-et in this
'city on the Tttf Vfay of I;iy.'. to' toisiier
on i za tion. They hd
1 i -f,:t.'U 't;v-t'VM
l? :s .ta i7pT I
i JLi rl iit'.-ff ;',' Ui'.t Mi' t .jJ ill ic i
to that state which will never end; and
this will approve IlTetf toTSe wisdom at
tiie.last,, wjuiteyor thp ifvorld'jAdgiiit it '
ttWYsr-r JWvfWJt. - ;..''1.5'! - oi:jil fdi al ,
"--- i 77?.1U k-iUi jft'Mu( iOaf
ilere thou art.but a stranirer travelling
10 rn country; it is therelore a hurre follv
kiuvukui uiu 10 iouge iu uy tuejway.-r
JfiVMy.Taiibr -, . - ,
The day is jjerrtly sbiking io tl 'e,las,',
Fainter find! yet m6ro falnl.tlwslinlisujt
glows : . ; -. ., -'ri'iHilvi
O Brightness of Thy Father's gtbry, Thou
Eternal Light of IrgTrtr be With as now r
Midaigiit gloriods' rroonO toipOT
-f the. i--l-.'fvw! l ..A 4in
a Happy is he, alone, to . whom the, Jordj
imputeth not transgressns to iiie Jlim
propitious to me.. against whoini alon I
have.einnexl. When my soul tetoUbld
Vvith the view of her sinfulness, r Joblrafc
Thj liiercy and am refreshed! jSU.Bfr
iiaril. . ; , , -,. , .Un-vt-- 2
t In order to render men benevolent they
must first be mado tender; for. benevolent
affections are 'not the offspringpf reason
ing; they result from, that culture bt the"
heart, from thoserrrly "iTTrpresioTisof
teuderiiessjratude arid , sympattly,
which, the endeaiinents f , domestic, .life
are sure to supjily, and for the formation j
of, vlich it is the best, possible school,--Mart
Half, . v. , -..a.
Pss. The following is from. a. recent
work on British 'imlnstries : 4.4A .icalcul?i
tbn made 40. years --aga statetl-that for
home, use aud export purposes 20,000,000
piu were required daily ; in rEnglasd,
The real quantity now purchnsecL daily is -0,000,000,
of which Birmuighiun pt adu
ces 37,000,000, leaving 13,000000 m the .
production of London, Stroud, ail! Dab
Ua where pins ,iie also made. Tlie weight
of- wiru coniuiied .-uiiiually in tlwlpih,
mauufact ure of England is about -1 ,27ij;
tons, 01157,120 "Wwe-eigUthif which
is iron -wire, used in the manufacture of
niouiii'ng aid liir-pins.. The.bi-asst ytixb
consumed amounts to 2,."KK),000 Ibswhkh.
at lid. per lt. in jnoyvilueri'aches the
sum of jL' 1 14,."d3. The iron-wire consum
ed is 344,00 lbs., its value 7,T33W fed.,
iihd to be added to these aniouiitV'are'Hie
wages, paper and ornamental envelopes'
boxes, wear and tear of machinery, mantf-
facturers' profits, &c. Mourning," liair,
eutomologieal, and 'papei-ed' )ins 1. c.;
stuck in rows realize a larger profit than'
pins sold by weight. Taking it all togeth-'
er, the pin manufacture of the United
Kingdom is not over-estimated at the ag
gregate amount of 200,000." ! ' ' '' i!
A MAID'S NEW SHOES. -
(?hn Francisgo Chronicle.J
Yesterday, on Tost street, the atten
tion of a ChronU-le reporter 'was called to
a-' large attendance on the sidewalk, and
approaching hastily he was.askmislfed to
see a well known and celebrated D6arity
of San Francisco; who was'being rttted to
a new pair of shoes. To hear'tlre:undis:;'
guised admiration with which every p'art
of the maiden's limbs that wete coyt :'
shown was greeted bv the crowd suggest- 7
ed the-truth of tlie-reirtark that has b'fteii "
been made against the lack of -d'elicic ' -shown
in enr Westerr?i(hnirafioii. Vhaf4
a ou v exclaimed one; 'iAndtnAtankle,'"'c
I otwerved anofber.- - ''And tlrose; clean-ctft J
limit,1 ejaculated tFe other; arid the ob
jivt'of their fervid vein-arks' did uofr 'ap-'l!
'. pear in the slightest ilPgree dfscoricerted
' by this outspokpn admiration. At List; '
tlie pretty, gary-loolciug series'' were" ncl-'
iustetl to n nhxtv, and a gentUTn'aii"ie
..taFdiecf him.-ielf from the 'crowd, examined"
tlfVr.i" with ' a critical eye and footed the4""
billf- Aiid then they took-their depifrt ore
together. It. wois Bud Doble and the
Goldsmith Maid, the latter clad in plaid,
with a iimgiiitieent black' trail without;
any 'r ' nt(;
4-.? , . ...... ,r i
. -i : I t.
AMERICAN INVENTIVE PROGRESS.
Under the above heading the Scientific
American of May 7th has a long and inter-.
esting article, from which we make the
following extracts .'' : ' c-:i
To show with what rapidity inventors"
made itnprovem-ent- on inventions efn-
biMlying original principles, says the wrf-
ter, it may he noted that in the early days
of the. sowing nnchine 1 IG-patents- were
gi-anteil for' iinMovenrents thereon" in "a '
single year- and 'out of tlie 3.!' 10 patents .;
issued in Uie- yes ir l&17f:l&'W$tt-fdr'tm
proved cottdn-giusHud presses, :104r bi
improvement on tho- steairi enginenrfd"
0i for novel devices relating to railroifdV
and imiroveuieits in; the rolling-"stock".
In the lj4,(thi-ee yearsjifter the publica-? ,-,
'tion of this paper, was cojiiin,eiiedbut
OiO patents were granted;' but, under ihfe '
stiiUtdus of publishing these inventions hs
t!ey eie iiatcnted, tea yeairslatevr-irt
is 181,015, - i ." r l(T: .Hs?1 ! .
Aud yuriosiv hejo ivS.d'' .J18-; jjkp.
IlTOl I "TO 1
1tt j'ied. We fiaHU ,by'it'fctil'Coaiirtiii
-thafj.up'ji pplicatiqus have, breu ade.,u
.through the ccieiitiuc .American. Pidyit .
AgQyWr'Pateitts'1nt?ie United States'
and abroar'.'"iThis avera aTm-t' feh ' 1
.!U?iv:iltH,i,er d,V, .SiiMby es.;liifh jli,5,
OVi; theiitire i ei iviiwiUvifMb.e leU-. (
iion :iit iftofr tliaVr'onV im irrta Ut h'fcto,;J
f timber of patents issued in this cointrY
up to tlie time ot writing.
1-455, the nimiUer lm. iUprevwidrvixfiilil'a
veajLriiuig; 3,710, while up, to Jaiuiar.V 1,
lSiK),'r.s arcadV stated ,"' the aggi-e'gate ot,
patents Js--Ht jiniotHitetltbl7,4(j7 since u
'that-timaiuSdrup thf present th tfituil-
i-tliTori-TO ieie oiiroii voi k, extenullifi:
Krtrvtwenfj- hior'tn V-J.aire-4 n
ioi iluriug wliit a l7f,74V mrenr'1i-tfi