Tho Cincinnati Gnuf.e in concluding an artielo on the Postal bill recontly passed by the House, thus "speaks out ia meeting :" " Congress and the Postmuster-General aru in total ignorance of the real necd of the publio mails. Thoy are inefficiënt, incompetent and utterly uncertain and uutrnstworthy. Thei-e is delay, derangomrmt, and incompetency overywhero. - The remedy -equires thorough organization, capacity, and biisinoss proinptness and fidolity in all the details, and that is just what the governnlent po-toffice cannot have. It is a politieal machine, lts iucomj etency is so inuch an aoceptedfac that it is thought absurd to hold it to ac count for delayn, rniscarriaires, derange inents, departmental hiilnts wlnch ignor the public convonience and the demaricl of business, and a, notorious systemati iieglcct of oertain kinds of well paii inatfr a unworthy of att :ntion.