A NEW PARTY.
At the Anti-Blaine meeting yesterday, called to organize a Republican bolt, President Eliot was among the speakers. He thought there was very little prospect that the Democrats will nominate men whom Independents can support, and he therefore argued for a new party. He said he could speak for the young men-for those who have become voters during the last ten years-in saying that they are disgusted with platforms which read double, intended to deceive, as well as with the parties which make such platforms. The young men stand ready to welcome an honest party with an honest platform. President Eliot disliked the name Independent. Independent movements are sometimes necessary, but not very much can ever be accomplished by them. Let us have a new party, with a new name, fresh courage, and a prospect of success.