the live Rite was all of the institution of of its TAYLOR AND LANGSTON. J. WILL THEY FORM A LAW PARTNERSHIP ? A PROPOSITION UNDER ADVISEMENT. It is rumored and upon good authority authority that Hon. JohH M. Langston has had submitted to him a proposition, proposition, from Mr. C. H. J. Taylor, at firesent Kecoraer 01 ueeas, to lorm a aw partnership. Mr. Francis Glascoe, a negro Democratic Politician, who could not remember anything in the celebrated trial, was the Embassador from Taylor to Langston. Mr. Glascoe Glascoe informed Mr. Langston that he had been sent by Mr. Taylor to ask him if he would like to form a law partnersnip witn mm alter tne expira tion of his term of office. This of course surprised the Virginia politician, politician, but he informed Mr. Glascoe that he would consider the mattar. Then remarked Mr. Glascoe ; Professor Langston, would you have any objections confering with Mr. Taylor r Prof. Langston: None whatever. The Bee has not ascertained as yet whether this conference has taken place, but as soon as it does the readers readers of The Bee will be informed. Some few days ago Taylor was admitted admitted to the bar upon motion of District District Attorney Birney. Prot. Langston was seen on Tuesday, Tuesday, by a representative of The Bee and was asked if the above report was true. He would neither deny nor confirm confirm what was said, but left The Bee to infer that such a proposition had been submitted to him. he while. one white aoun uac the read BISHOP BROWN'S SON AP- and which ano ingly the A Rey. bet.