NOBTHWOOD, Ñ. H., Aug. 23. Deak Sik - Your letter exprossing tbo wifch ot' j'OursüU' and many friends to know tíows of public duty in the approachiug Presidtjntial aleetion hua been '.. My ;tiswer must be brief. I malto no secret of niy coiiviotion that the highest interosts of our country remiiro ths olection of Mr. ftreeley, or of my intcutioii %o vote for hiui. At thu 'eums timo 1 cheerfnlly acknowledgo our indebtednees to General Grent for his 5 in the "Var and for muoh of his r.iliumistration as President. My thanks ro duo and gratei'ully givcn to uoy countryuioii who i'f'lt and feel toward mo tho s ■riiiments you expresa. My health -was nd is too prjearious to allow a wish for tho obminatiOB. Evorything and mure than could be hoped f rom me may be oxpsetod from Iloraoe Greuley. Tours truly, A. E. SoholntTRgor, Esq.