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W.b-viroac.uded 1* ?3*1 cur large andoomplet*itock of
WifTTBt Citnit M. Bid IraxilBi-OOtJontforMenandBoy*,
*t*OB_tTBBi>i'7i."* in rit.iat p-eparatorytoremoval.
W* ar* deUrm-ed to BBBB out the t-tir* Stock ln the pr***nt
?taat. brii.7 wbat It-j.y. Thia preaenU a ?kbit b~*8~BltB
**pr*vi~*t7ao_p-ete ourit. from the LaKa.*'. Bt* a of Maa'i
aaiaaaaf Om laiaaaalfaMBaaaaa oo.>-i B tbe city,
At F.xtbb*B!1 laa Prkbi.
Baaaafi i<; i-i ??* k co.
Na*. ?*, -W aud !*.<> 11 road way.
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Ib-bovbd tnajtcn Yokb HaiBTt,
Pateuted November 1, 1><69.
B Naw Sttlb ot Sbibt. Wabbaj?iut> to Fit.
Mi?* to meatn-e at 818. *1'. 824. etc , .tc. par do.ea. Ne
ordir aaal* tot _*? than haiI a dosen Bhirta
B 8 t - o B Bkotbbbi,
No 409 Broadway, New-Tork.
8a/TtoU*ala Bad* iappH*d on tbe uiuai terini._
.ri^towN s Bronchial Trochi'S
Cort Cooph. Cold, Hcartmru Influenta, any IrriUt
pitrn er Sortntn ot the 1 hr?,it. Htiiete the ItarK
tr.g Congktn Comumptton, Dro'.ehitil. Attfi
nn, and Catanh Clear and OWt ttrei.'jth
to tke eetn uf
vriu.rf ai'K.ktK. A'.l> ariliBHk.
,?_ ^ %Wi,e ol the -up-runc- ol che.'ktng a Cougb or
- Come -n CokT ln Ita hnt atage . that -h'.rl. lu the begtmiing
woald yield to ? mlld ie_.dy. lf nefllerted .oon attack* th*
Laon " Beonrt,', b'otehu,! TrvtAtt '* co. iaili.lt gdemulct-at in
ggfllSeaU. liliy Pulmonary ard Bronrblal Irritalon.
'? Tbat troobleln my Thi?. (for which tha " Tto
,Ar, aie a i]~c_ii), bivu * a? de uie often am, re
Mhltpemr.'' _ _
N. P. WlLLII.
?' I reoommend tbeir ott te Prmi 8r*kivBsi>. "
Rev. _. H. Chapix.
" Have proved ext.emely aerv-i-bie for HoakiB
Rev. Hbitbt Wabp Bukcrbr.
" A?i oat InBiat rt-lief in the d_tr*__g iabor of
brtathlng pacoiiar to Aituba "
Rev. A. C. E<*oifllT074.
" Con?in no Opiitr, or any?inBlDi-irioui.''
Dr. A. A. H a taa,
Chemut. Hottcn.
" A ilmple aad pleaiaat combinaUon for Corjuit*,
Dr O. F. Bn.ai ..w.
Hjitort.
" BeaeSclal la BaoTtCBlTia."
Dr. J. I*. XV. Lahb,
Bm__
" I bave piov-d th*** eacriieat for Wj_e_'-i**u
Co.oa." _ _ _ __
Rev. H. V*. W AHita_.
Botton.
" Banehcal tahea r omp.!it~toiptak, *_firr_f frum
Cold."
Rev. 8. J. P. Ajilbkh.**,
St. Loti:
" Irrac-n al ln remDviag HoaraeneM and Irrita
tion ef the Tbroit. *j ciilb.? wlth Si-KAh.ani and
S.M.B-1."
Proftiacr B. Stact Johvio-,
/.ci Granpe, Oa,
Teacber of Mutir, Southern
.'e _*le Coifege.
" Great beaeflt when takeu betor. and after preach
Ici, at tbej. preveut Hutiaenet. From tb.-ir put
?flttct I think they *U be of permaaent adva-tafle
lo mr.''
R*v. E RoaLBT, A. M ,
Preiident of Atheu'i Collegv, Tenn.
"*""""Sold by ail D.-jfgt.t.at Twa.iii ma (im-i
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9ia*T PaaairB at New-York State Fair, K.Untra.
i ia*i Caaaira at m ionil Falr. St Lo?i,
Fia*T faaaira at New Jeraey State Fair, K_?betb,
f 18.1 f_BBII a 8t m.n.rr aaa County Kaixt,
Taken thia Fall by
Wl.ST 8 iMPROVKD PUMP.
TB. Bep-ter of The Tiihone aayi of lt: " Of Pnmpi for
firm oie. I itil) look opon Waat't Porop of the ord?ary t-e,
aa tke b*?t that 1 am acqaa-ited wi.h, It I" ln* ail Iron, not liable
tjo aet oat ? ret~ti, at d t?tlly lepaired if lt doe*. ai.d not liable
go ttooe* up lo Wli.ta.r. ll operatel eailly, both at a luotioo aud
1*0**1 aw.ii.i. "
Tte D_ly Newi Reporter aayi: "I will not neglect lo notic*
ao luTintlm whicb itrui k me ai lapplying a long felt need
'an?ad Ih* houie. ' We hava bad fo.copuDopi ln plenty
Betor* B*w, but n'.oe toeqnai Weit'i luproved Double-Ac.Iug.
Aatl FreafailcA, Lift?g and Korc?g fonip, iold by J. ." Watr 1
Co., Ns. 17?Bto*_8ay M.T. Tnit I'nii.i. it wouderf.iliy limple
aodpowerfu. ai d sill won wlth equal beaoty ln deep well. or
abnUow waten. throHiug a itream to a great dlalanne. Iti*
akaoar* ha8 by Mi H ei. * irleotific gemiemau, who Mr?* aad
ntotta th* ovletrkted Ot). Llgbtuiug Rodi."
W* *.ae make large ilzei of thete Pumpi, adipted for every
pAata wbere Uquidi are to be ralaed, and we cau fund.ih tw-ttf.
a_ay lo ooavlnc* any Luv-irer th? they are th* Baar and
tiurui ln n*e.
Ptra 8*4 Uiai cf ali tlndi on haad
J D V\ aai k Ci . No 179 Broadway, N. Y.
B/_-H't-) 'liOi'oP)iut(ir.s iu th.- beat and cheaptiet
artirie lor Urwui Beautifllng, Clear.a;r .-, I cr )in. Preaeiving
BM IrUtrtortog ihe llair. Ladiei U- it. BoMhj UraggltU.
CATAKACT \Va.SIUN(.--.1a( B1XB.
Thr he.t ner invei.t-,
No h nn: Vt aud r*o M BAB.
8i i ui.i.s k Hiati. No. _4 Broadway.
B40. I'ARK-R SEWINO?__.( 1IINK, fM
Fiuit Ci_? IJi.i'm-lbTiikriii.
Bapul aad Noiieieai uud.-r fneuta uf Uowe, Oiover k Baker,
W ae*ke: k W i.luB, kc Ai.-_a WotBD.
Oflii-. Vbkn.7* iv 4 o , No 44A Broadway. _
Batchbior's Hair Dik, Wig and Toupee
Bactory, No. Ib Bond tt Pnvate eutrano* for 1*?ei. Tbe dy*
appl.'d Ifl Me aky-'jght roomi_
_ 1'OWKB Cl.OCKK. KlI.ll.ATOItS, ANU Oil ICB
CLji.lt? Ihe moit at curate tirnrkeepen ln the world.
8?BBI b Co , No. 4v*7 Broadway,
DfiBBY'8 C'OMI'.INATION liAMri. LOCK.
(PatecteLl May IH 1W~ )
Tb* itrODgeit. aln jlert. and moit durabie Lock In the world.
It cai. b* tber. ugl.ly aDd i^tiifacto-i!y explain.il to any one ln
hlt*-. ?*_flMt A. S. Maki in k t o., Soie ManntBctaren,
L---i:,'n.'.rKlcSTliiKiii _A_ti.l,
No 835 Broadway, mr Worth Bt-. N. Y.
Bcb,;iibb__ Fihb pKO'.r Sai?? (WUfltr'l Patent)
Of iil aii.i aad patBrna, cuncautly on haad aud for aale on tb*
a.oat '.voiabi. _ta a _A B M. k Co.
MoRtlll BD'fl Mm.ii* El B-W-TKB,
Tbe Hft ii tt. World,
-ocent.a bottle
D. C. k-oi?hbad, M V , .No la Uaheret , New-Voik.
Bo'i by al' (jck 4 |)rnt;i.U
B>_-JN?-8 PRF.PARBIJ Oiik.
" BvorybiiJv ibould baae a bo.t.t "?(Tribune.
FOB 8__ t IlkllUIKI
Maatifartared by H C 8r*_Bi?s lt Co.. No. 4C Cedar-*
Pv-tOfilc e addrett, Cox NfJ MM
TH* STKRI (JM one BMPORUM, Wholuale and
?Mflfl ?? Abtbosii.No Ml Broadway.
Catalog-i*. aed on rei-ipt o* i_?p. PhotafrapMc materiali
for auiteuri aud tbe tradr _
Ar* A' 7>-R Ml'K! kttT if ABBBB 18 TBB PBBSa8C8
oi BfitAofiiaaca.?Tht Net OrUermtBet of tha *-"_;
rt-rxTdt tie followi-K tragic occuncnce of the previous
i ..nt
At 10 o'clock laal nli*ht a Bhot-ic. trH)_<-y w_s en
Bcttd tattnli'-y tu tbe bi_j/*oI iha (.era.;? __MB8roff
CoDrert Ih. I on 1-o-dr-t Btreet, between St. Chirleii
BDd ("art'tdelet. Ti)*v were -.?'*"*i-./ iu the drama of
Th* W oif. aad at tbatrnoment "rrtre actiri. a *rieiie iti a
?a_*blirg h(.t_~, wbere a yoti-K "B"in ia rlt-eced of his
iai duae, atd, when he tharK-a the Kambleia witli
cheatL-r -*? etat-bed afid UU-t .loin Kru.er waa
Blaviii; thejjBrt of the gambler, Ktuile S eur that of
.be'rniLeo yi uti)f tnan Kruifer had not been iarii_l)ed
wilh a eta^fd-fti'i'r by ttie property man aiii 888188*88
B r**J one from offioer Berwin, who waa the Bpecial
T~Ik~B?aii in (oncert llall.
Io acli-g ?ncb ajeneB with real dai/pere 88 the at*?_?(*>,
theiereon who ankee the bluw -e*-_B his elbow out
M-8888 than the po>nt of ihe weap >n, aod t_9 pei_on
wro prtteiid* to receive th* fatitl trirtiBt leaiiB back
wa/dB, eo that theatrikerBellK)** commK affainrt hia
bieaat ei"|B the aoti-u. _4BB*rw8B ouhappily -ome
wbat i.toi~Bted and when he ebould bave mrown
fckuatlf b-ckwa-d he tDlUetily *to -|tx. forward.anl be?
fore Krogtr could ch-k rhe itnpe u* of bia a"rt_ thi
dkgvor had g b* into the li^ht ade of fStuner b no k,
OpcLiing a u., h to the ba.k booe. Tlie a.fortnnat
a_U?r wa* ioetaatlj c .rried ofl tbe tingt- and eent la ttie
Charity Horpiial morthliy woonded while Kro-rerwaa
tpW_n i-thafoacknp by otti er* Daltoo aud Borwin.
ThacBitain waa down but a Bbor. time, the pool of
BflBfli -*-* w**hed nj., aLd then it waa annoonced to
th* BflflBBBflfl tri.ttha dra*a could noi be conclodt.,
Jbot t_Bt a faroe w*-u d I* mba itnted. Th* andi.nc*
rrlaodad oii w*Btlhecuit*in, ar.d for a whole h)ur
tbo toliow _ct4>r? of S-aner axart-d theuiaelTeeto mak*
fnn while tbe -uditor* loufreA and applauiled a* if
Ib* apUI-a** ofa au-'* Uf* blood waa a mere Inlle.
Mr. I)*Cordovad*B-/*rB ?t CliBtofl HaU thlaaren
lag, bia po* a on Broadway. Mr, Vo CordoTa a uaat*
wa* ia aaVeria ntly omitted from a liat of leotn-*?ra rt
cwuAy pubL-tifd ia tbaaa cdua-i. ,
JVVjW-1_j?~c _)>-iJi-i_i e^-ib-kiiai
m
TrTlTi-SDAT. KOVEMBKB 8. 186..
We jeaWday prinU- and sold 7.,.r>00 oopiea of
Thi-. Daily TRim.'fir.. The utiiTerBal demaod for
1-t.rre-. atid trustworthy election returna carried
the aale of the paper up to thia rather unuaaal
figure.
m
The Young Men'a Kepublioan Fnion of our City
iniitf tbeir frienda to join them to-night ia a meet?
ing of congratulation over the election of Lincoln
and H?_lin, at the Ntuyvesant Inatitut.. We only
legret that a larger hnll could not be procured for
the occaaion. Thia Auociation called the first
meeting ever held in our City to reap.nd to the
C'hicago Blttninatione, orgaii'/ed the fmt Wide
/.wake Club in our City, and haa eirculated .!,1M51,
0(>) page* of Kepublican document* during the
late canraas. Ita a orkini* niembera have & right
to rejoioe, and to.mght they moan to do ao.
en
The enormous \ote polled on Tuesday in eome of
the Election DiBtricta of thia City, the onusual
number of candidateB for oflice, and tlie frequency
flf acratchee on the varioua ticketa, rendered the
work of the Canvaaiera anything but ehild . play.
In aome of the Diatricta, their labora were pro
loDged untll nearly noon je?t?rdaj. We preaent
this morning the voto ofthe City by Ward- on State
Ofliccrs, Judge*, Surrogate, Superviaora, and Keg
iater, and the vote on _at.embly by Drntricta. In
collecting tbe*e returna, we are under obligation to
the city railroad oompanieB and to the Police De
partinent for facilitioa afforded ua in the prosecu.
cution of the work.
.-*>
KingB County, and ee^ially the City of Brook
l)n, LaB dono nobly. Fusion diew on thia Couoty
for H',000, and got on') 4,658. On looal officera
we havetjinade a clean *wc.p?the only Democrata
elected aucceed by the pruviBionsof the law, which,
like the New-York .Superviaon' atatute, requirea
Juttices to be eflflflflfl equally from the two partien.
Tbe Buecei-Bful candidates are aa folloviB :
flaiiiT laJlBBJ F. Campbell. Kep.
t.'tt<t Judee?(it-orge G. Keynolds, Kep.
Foiici Jttttitt C*-M?*8*f I'eiTy, _?p.
Jusitces oj th, Pear, IM Dut.?Michael Walah,
Dim. 2d Dirt?John "Q-incy Adamt, Ker.
Jwttirtt tf tl^e Cottrt of Seuion*?Wm. II. Hoyt,
l't_... and iMchol'ie 1. S~_w*Lt, Dem.
Sup'Witrndtnts ol tht Foor?Jflflflfl C Dey and
"Wm. M.Mnvhmore, both I'ej.nblioaiie.
Ctltmtrt JeflB S. Kydvr, I..p.,Keni K. Hegeman,
Kep.
Bmmtl Comm'-rio/icr?IIc_cr L. Baitlett, Kep.
m
The rumora atloat fll a letter to he written by the
Preaident elect, intended to Boothe the nervea of
thoae who have perai?t>ntly denounced him a* a foe
toj the Constitution and the South, Beeni to ub as
devoid of intrinaic probability aa of poaitive aup
port. If those who hate hicherto inei*t>d on be
lieviDg Mr. Lincoln all that he ia not and ahould
not be, will cindidly read hia Diecussiona with
Douglas in IQ60?-~B__ which we ahall be happy to
aupply them?they cannot fail to aee that their
feara are fallacioua and their imputationH ground
le?B. If they will not regard what he ao plainly
declared loDg before be wae thonght of for Preai?
dent, and when he was appealinj*. for aupport to
the citizene of a Free State only, they aur.-ly cannot
he eipected to place confidence in profeBBions
uiade under the immediate impulse of the threata
af the Fire-fatera that tbey are about to diaeolve
the l'nion whereof he haa been choMin Preeident.
" If they believe not Moaes and the Propheta, nei
" ther wou'.d they be pertro&ded though one rose
" In-m the dead."
Tlll: i.niiio Hill ) i.
[OR?_? aud Hamlin have the MB Flcctoral
Votea weclaiuied forthem in our laat?17 more than
enough to elect them. We preeume they have Ore?
gon pretty certainly, snd perbapg California alio.
They lo*e New-Jtreey, wherein Fusion is report***
to have S.000 majority, and to have elected three
of tbe five Members of Congrea*?Perrj', Cobb.
ahd Steele. We truet that New-Jeraey will atand
alone siuong the Free States in opposition to the
ureat Free-Labor triumph.
We do not imitate our cotemporarie?, in Bettiny
down tho Southern States by gueae, as having voted
thip way or that. Delaware, North and South
Cfllfl?Bfi ha\e gone for Breckinridge; bljeaouri
pretty burely for Ilouglaa; Kentucky and Mary
land fur BflB) Viiginia ia probably also for IJell,
but thit- is not oertain, and we can alTord to wait
ft.r the retuins. Suffice it that they cann.t affect
tbe aui?pii'iou6 result.
Ol lt **# - I'r*
?i -.hi rifir. in fAr Co?nfr?.
All. j.a_y. :i?41i<)nei_t. 3/nX
l(r"t.uie. l,66.r)i()iiondaga. 1.80!'
CBBaiaagBa. '..l.'?0|()ntario. 1,837
Cayaga. 3,__6 Otaage, aay. 100
CliatiUU'iaa. 1,'..l.) OlleHDB. 1,61!l
Chemnng. TjiiOiOewego. 3,6?i
CI.MiBuirtJ. l.'-r)0 Oteego. aay. IjSQO
Cliiton. 71 - KenBuelaor. 'J.r>
('(Iniub.a. -50 1_ralo|rt. 1.?'?<?<?
Cor land. 1,800 -i-beni-ctady. I.n
Delaware. 1 000 Sclinyltr. i-i'O
Dut het-B. 1 OOOSr. Ijihkim i. 7,000
Kric. 1 000
Eaaaa. 1 ?-00
Fraiklin. 700
Kulion. !ttO
Sttub*n. :i M
Sailbik. '.'40
Tioga. -
ToinpkinB. 1,343
(i-net.*._._>9 Ulsttr. ?'?OO
lleikimer. S090|WaR8B. "00
.leflenaon.:i MW Waahicgton. 2,700
I_**i?. '.??.'.'?IWayne.2.700
IjitiijysUin. l.f-4..lHl\VvoniiDg. '.',0011
MadiaoB. 3,3*13 VaMa. I.'.oo
Monro*. .'1,4-1
Moatgomtry. BM Totnl."Oi.iilO
Maga/a. l,'.'?.l
Fuiinn ttojarttkt by Oenttlari
Albany. l.-JOO.Ki hm-id. MM
(irt-eie.iKcokland. 8fll
llamilton, aay. *JO0 Schoharia, aay. l/.OO
KiBSf. 4.9S0 Sollivau, a*v. 600
New-York.893.1 W._t~_-Bt~.. l.'.lfil
PnUiam.'. '*.' -
iiuttut. 60H1 To?a!.4I,hi'4I
Lincoln ? iiiaji.rity in the Stal. (very nearly, 11,7 *>4?.
Fuller return* may reduce this, but we think not
beiow 10,000.
We think Gov. IfOBfi in'n mnjorlty eicot _a Lin
coln'a. Hia vote it not flfl-tfl ao heavy, but Mr.
Urady has polled \nrhnyn lo.OOO io the State,
which (MBBM flfl- of Kelly* vote. Of courae, the
whole ltepubl'can Stutt* Ticket ia elected, and
probably by at leait 4(',li00 majority.
The old Senate (Kepub.) hoida over.
The new Ataembly ia aomewhere near N Ke?
publican to ;,- Fution. Tue majority oanaot well
be lf.- than 60,
We truit tbe MeuibeiB of Congre.- atand M
Kepublican to*. Fuaion. Still, we do not feel en
tirely aure of Van Wyck in the Orange andS)l
veater iu the I Irter Ditthet.
Ob the whole, we think Near-York haa done
pretty well, though naked, ahameieaa bribery haa
reduced our majoiitie* in Columbia, Mootgomery,
and other couutiea, awe-dd tbat of i'uaioa ia
Albanj, ani carried thi klakny aad .Scheneetady
C. DgtMi Diitrioti ig-i-Mitu.
THK CATIVhrW,
The politioal conteit jn*t cloaed bo fluapicioualy
baa preaentcd aome aapecU ?<> peculi_r aa to de
err... more than a paaaing recognition. Let ub
endeavor to depiet them.
I. Kor the fir?t time, that great, eompaet, pow
erful orgauization, the Democratic party?more
powerfulby Tirtiieof iU di?cipline th?n eveu by
ita _u__erie__ fltroDRth?entered upon a Prefli
dential cnnvaa? with two divene tieketa nn_ oTgan
ization?~niy, with two clcarly inc?.inpatilile
creeda or platform- aa well. We regard thk divia
ion a> one roain cau-e of it? overti. ow. Trne, the
couritry wai tajt for change?tbo feeliugthat fluch a
change waa needed waa very general?and the
nambcr that deaired was greater than that of the
?till formidable array that dreaded it. But the
Oj-poKition wbb iUelf irreconrilably dit-ided?the
preatige of aluioflt unifonm eucn-flfl (without which
the moat extenaive political patronage U a aource
of weakneflB rather than of utrength) largely con
tribut.d to render the Domocracy invincible?
while the preponderance of mateiial intereats
(rarcly more potent than in our day) fleeined
to favor ita retention of power. Had but a flingle
Democratic ticket been preeented, ujion a C-intnon
and eenerally acoepted platfoim, the chances wiuld
have been in favor of ite election. Bat?to go no
furthcr back?from the date of the mon?trou? at?
tempt to torce the Slave Conetitution concoetad at
Lecoinpton upon the proteatiiifi I'eople of Ktnsaa
by the fltrong ann of Federal power, down through
the elaborate eflortfl to faaten upon the party
through the Scnate an aflirmance aa a party doguii
ofthe right of Slavery in the Territorit- t" Con
greasional protection, to ita logical i-equence in
the diemptions at Charleaton and Baltimore, the
Democratic niachine would aeem to have been run
for the eipreafl purpose of eecuring a Kepublican
triuroph in 1*<<H). The partial fnaion, with the
general and frantic activity of the last two monthfl
of the canvaaa, but meagerly atoned for the peraia
tent iiiadnt-fl of the two precedinR yeari.
II. The "Wide-Awake" and kindred organiza
tioufl of I-?'*_??that ia, tae embod)in? anu drilling
ofthe younger and more aTdent members of either
party for eflicient aerviee in the canvaaa aa well aa
atthe polls?waa ar.othrr striking peculiarity of
the lato c.iQtext, contributing much to it? interent
and ita aniuiation. The embodied thouaanda wl
marched in flerried raukfl and wheeled at the word
(.f conimnnd were not inerely auditors at the pub?
lic gatheringfl of their reapective parti.a : they
were conacioualj a part of the attraction?we m_y
aay, of the appeal for ayuipathy aml f_vor. Tne
"Wide-Awake" organization hflfl unqiieetioiiitbly
contributed largely to tLe auapicioufl refliilt.
III. "While the circulation of r-peeche., C .ci
paign Livee and pamplilet J_?_ay_?the flhflli
uaually gflflffli under the appellation of Docu
menta?haa not been remarkablv large, the num?
ber of meeting- and oral addreaaea iu thie. canvaflfl
haa been far beyond precedent. Wre ju<l_.e that
the nutuber of apoechofl uiade during the r.-cut
campaiKii l.aa been <|uite flfflfl! to Ihfll of all that
were made in the previous l'reHidential can.a?-efl
from 1780 to 1860 incluaive. Many of the-**- were
of eour.i ijuite coamionplace; bot the appeala?
to nauie thoee oi*iy who apoke on the Hepub
jgflfllMU iffflfl-lfl P. Chaae.BeDJainin I. Wade,
Thomafl I'orwin, Koberl (.'. S'henck, .John Shcr
inan, Fiederick Haaeaurek, and Thomaa II. Pflfll
of Ohio, Thaddeufl Stevene, David Wilmot. An?
drew II. Bflflflfl., nl Thonitu William. of l'enn
Hjlvania, Williani L. Dayton, ofNew-.Iet.ey, Caleb
B. Smith, Iltury S. Lane, Oliver P, Morton of In
diana, Lymsn Tnimbull, Owen Lovejoy, Oliver II.
Brafl?flfi and Daniel Davia, of Illinoia. Hflfli]
Wilaon and Anaon Burlingauie of Mafl.sacliu_.etts,
liancifl P, Blair, of Mimouri, Cafl.iuu M. C'iay of
Kentucky, Carl ISchurz, and Senator D'olitt'o of
WiMflflflb, William 11. Seward, Davil Dudle)
Field, William M. 1-varta, Henry B. Stanton,
Lraktiia D. Culver, William E. Burleigh, *and
iiiatiy othera of our State. with hundreda ..f hardly
iuftrior apeakera, whom we cannot now name,
vi ere unusually MgflflA and etlective. Hundreda.
we preaume, Iike Joaeph Hoxie, Geurge W.
Curti.. Daiiiel Ullmann, JflflM A. Brifi_;a, ('eorg
G. Bellowfl, Ac, of onr City, have epoken aliuoat
daily for the laat two or three montha; ui tflf hflfl
epoken lean frequently, but have at all time.
htui d iflfliy t(? eerve the f;o(.d cauae flkflflflflflr
and wherevcr tbeir aid waa deinaTided. Bflvflf flfll
tiiere any approach to a paralltl to the efllflflfl-WM
and induatry of the canvaaajuat((.inuleted. wliere
toallpartie* have bouuteoualy coiitribuied. We
eetunate that not le*8 than ten thnu-iii'l n.-t
epeechi a bave been made in thi_ State al flfl, and
probably tct Iflfl than filty lhouaand within the
bmita of the 1'i.ioii, t.. perauade their hflfltflffl td
help eleel or di-feat Lincoln for Plflfliiflflt ifl 1800.
Aa a ?fltaifl] flflflflffleDflfl, the public luiml ia pro
bablj far better in-tnicted fl ith regard tfl tln- IflflM
involved in the flmtflfl. th;m it ever wan bctme.
Tliat tlieir -hi'iild 1>.' a hrgr ai.d ^er..-ral [flflfflflfl.
in the actual and Ifllfltiffl vote td the BflfflMfafll _,
flfl iflfflrlfll ;i matter of AflBflfl, if flflfl fli*flff<
Ifllifll orily dareall"WU8t.. flflflTflfll tlie Sl?vi- B-fltfll
.ib thoroughly :ib wehnvejUr-t tttnttti thfl I'n e.
we will ('('.ilidi"illy midcrtaki-to carry the foitner
al?o in tlie next BflfltfflM by a haadnome inaj'-rity.
IV. The very general enliatnunt of th-< llercan
tiie and Capitali.t ilaeaea in tln- 1 union cauae by
thriflkl of apprehcnr*i..n that Ikfl I'ni.in waa abuut
ti. I.e diiaolvcd in caae of L-flflolfl'l electimi, waa
anothtr aalient fcature of k-WflflflfflM, Kflt-dflf
Iike it baa been aei-n eicce the Bflfl| ccutrovt-ray flf
I- '.-.'-u; and even that did not compare in the in
tensity ai_d unaiiiiiiity of the cmnuiercial furor
with that whoae reaulta Wfl flflfll OflflflMflatfl.
Many of our mercha-.t? muat have really bflBflffli
that the |Slave State* where abtut either to break
up lhe I'nion or (what wan regarded aa abi.ut the
aaiiic, .-t< |. biijiirg giHida ofua.it l.inoolu ahnuld
bechcted. We c.i.lidently truwt that neaily all
w).(, iiidulged or ttlected theae apprehon^ioiii will
live to njoice with ua that they v.ere h<> ill f..uuded.
Thtre hflffl been I'reaidential couteata more flfl.
eited, moreenthuriiiKtic, more demon_itrative. than
that of 1600, lut none in which fl Iflfgei MflflMI
to. k a de^ii and Mflflff interobt. and we think cone
wbich cootrituted inore fully tn the Aflflfhtflflflin!
of the publio mind, the education of tle- m..ra
e. ,-c of the nation. That the reault may I.e fllflf
ruled to the __?__?! good of our country and o
mankind muet be the prayer of every patriot, phi
lai.tl.ri'j.iet and Chriatiaa.
''Difleolution! D_B_..liition ot the l 'nion ia inevital.le
"if the Black Bepubliranstriumphatthiflelectioo."
Thifl haa been tho cry of The lltrold, The Eipretf,
and 77ir Jour>,al of io?merce aay Jay for ? few
montha pflit.
"So help ib* Ood I never wiil aobmit to tke
" elootion ol Lincooi," tk.1 Ue Uat-.-. Wn_, m *
bmU aj*. ch of f. ir boura'duration eo Morda*/
laat. -a-Vf, a-aaconadng jiarn*-! Lincola vt
eh-ctoJ. Ifl*",? "Wiafl' atooka have fldranced in
plice._
THK BKBiri.T OKB8.
A eareful car.Maa of tbe re.nrna in tbia city
-.bow* the (oL'owing i-*u!l tip-n I'-cal offieera:
For Judge of tbe Si'.premo Court, Oeorge 0.
Jlarnard, l'nion Democrat, haa BMM Notea, to
36,406 for Iionnty, Pi. publican; Ilarnard'a major?
ity, 17,-'.'.'.'..
For Judge of tbe Supeiior Court, Jamea W.
White, Kepul.'.ican, B88, by our count, .!*',->-?:!?
n?ba'ffer,Tammaiy, :>l.?7l- TaUmtdge, Mozart,
M,680| White'a BB. -irity, Ull-, with aeven dia
trictHOut. Thete districtt uive only #11I-'n-ioo
majority for Praeidont. White ii pretty certainly
elected.
For Kecorder, John I. BflflBflflB, Tarumany, han
m\\14B\ Van Puren, Kepublican, '-,550- Ruaaell,
Mo/art, 16,888. BflflflBM over Van Puren, 4. UM,
with nine diatiicts to come in. Mr. City Judge
Btif-ell it effectna'.ly ifpudiated.
For Surrogatt, Kdward C. We.., Uoion Demo
ciat and pr.'.tut incumbent, haa **6,7tl0 aotea;
David K. Jaquen, Kepublican, .^ilb* Weat'a ma?
jority, '.?:', .1..
lor City J udge, John IF. McCunn, l'nion Demo?
crat, ha* 41,1T.i-,- Sedgwick, Kepublican, .'I7,.f77*
Livingi*ti>n, Piteckinridge Democrat, 6JW\ Mc?
Cunn over Sedgwick, .!,571-two dLatrieta not in.
For 1>)*iatfr, John Keyaer, Kepublican, haa
3J,r-.7.i; Lynch, Mozart, Ba\BtBi Krennan, Tam
many, *>.'),:MII?five diatricts not in. Keyaer'a ma
joiiiy ia 1,'.'I7, which tho mitaiug di-tricta may
aouiewhat reduce, but hia election ia conceded.
1 ,r Superviaor, William K. Stewart, Kepubli?
can (now in oflice), haa _-,-M| Srnith Ely, jr.,
Tamnii-.ny, ln%tBft\ C'ol.8chwartzwaelder, Mozart,
15,1 Ct, Stewart is elected, and F.ly, being next
tiiphe-t, ia to be appointed.
For CoiiRrega, Benjranin Wood, Mozart Dem.,
ii choeeu in the llld District* JflflMB E. Kerrif-ao,
Mozart, in the IVth; William Wall, Ke?., in tbe
Vth; FrederickA. ConkJiug, Kep., in the Vlth;
Flijab F. Ward, Fusion Dem., ifi the Vllth. aod
bflflfl Delaplaine, Fuuion Dem., ia the VIIIth.
We have elected siz Membera of Assembly in
tbi* City: la*t year, we got only five. Fuaion car?
ried in three or four Democrat*, who conld aot
otberwiae have been elected.
The lateat and fulleBt City IffiM ihow bm fol
IflMfii
R~. Tam. B or. lrt.
iS'urif. bm ' 'owri.id, .0.') .vj.'.h'O ....
tiuwtrior Court.:i_,_H.I -11,771 30,899
Rr, order.18,360 :?'..74S I6.88J
Bmtrogote.:t?,.'.l8 ..V'tf) ?
CtyJitdge.*B,?77 H.j4H 6,-0
Jir^.t.r .-fiL_SS 'J&.'W 30,918
_ _}, i ? itor....'.'.31, .M -0,087 --..''GS
Iu the firtt eight Difctrictn of the State we lost*
two and gain two Mt-mbert* of C.-ngrea-. The ma
joritieaare aa followa:
I..EdwardH. Kflutli. I). (gain/.1,000
n..Hasai ?. OflTai, D. (gflfi).8,03.
III..Hen Wood, D.!?_?
]V..Ja_t. F. K*rrij.'iin, MV/. I).1,481
V..\\'illiani Wall, K. (gain). KW
v*I..Fl888BB? A .'o_kiiu>.. K. (_B_a). KM
VII.Klijah Wurd, D. IjM 1
VIII..haa. DtlapUtiu*, D.~,?-7:t
The __MB_VJBBB fllflfltfli it) thin City are at fol?
low*:
/,, | Mn.
I. JbBB CflfiaBU, Ifdfi. D. IM
II. William Walali. 1). B_
III. Okri*. P. Woodriill, M-z. D. lili
li. r.-wif IIopi-B, K. (saiu). 191
\. Joliii J. Shaw. R. 4:10
VI. BbBBBbIT. WtrntBtt, D.1,7!.
VII. Dani.-I Yoimj., D. (gain). 790
VIII. Amlrew Craft, K. (gain). iBB
I\. II. K. Sbeiwood, K. 4:W
\. Luke F. OaafiBBfi 1 - (gain). 4t'J
M. John Hard*., Tam. Da (gain).1,7-.
Ml. O. J. ('.luipbell, Mflfi. D. li.'.
MII. Cfififl. K. KirdBall. K. ri-ain). M0
MV. B.O. Hutfhinga.Tiini. D. 4.1
XV. Ue... W. Vniian, D. 000
XfX Dtimih MeCfiBfl, K. (ffiia). 4
XVII. J. J. afflBBB, Tam. D. 317
Theie ib ;i very heavy inajority agaimt the Suf
frapi- "-Bflflfl?BflB.?jierhaps ".h.imJO.
TIIE 1*411 14 1 \M? TUE BBI.IBTRV.
4 >f all the aaaaaaiaa ofthe Kepublican party
none have been the objects of more vehement and
bitter attack than the exieting Metropolitan Police
mtflBB, atd the law ttt the registration of voteru.
On the very morning of the election. the anti-Re
publicitii papers overllowed with denunciations of
tlu-Police, as Kepublican hirelingM, who, under pre
tenie of preferving order, mij;ht be expected ti
e.teit tLe wb) le iiillueuce of their olTieial potition
-ti,al authority in a mere partiBan 88888, to the
????BfBai the-.arious partien iimted in flflflBflflflflfi
to tbe BepfifiBeBB8| BOC was tln.4 attack upon the
Polii?(? limited to the newspaper*. The C0111111011
Coui.cil fii the C.ty, in their applicati ju to the
Bfiflt?f, lor the BflflB???M_t of Bfflflifll doputioi to
att. nd at the polls, gafljT their indursement of
fafiSaa charge* ngainBt tba impaitiality and truat
wi'itliin. et iii tl.e Police.
Iu like manner tl.e Kegintry bw Bflfl BflBfiBflfl* a*
an attack upon th'1 rij*ht? of voters; enaeted, r.ot
withaviewto preaomng the jmrity of tbe kflOflt*
boxet, but io the hope and denign of depriving
roten of their ripht*.
We trutat the tiection of Tfiflfliflf will forever
ailence thete calumniet, and lead to a guoeiou*
rec.'gnition and nrkiioisii-dj.:)iit*iit of the uierit-i
ai.d brm to ml ( periitiuii of buth tbe .letropolitan
Police e)utirn atd the mwgjmttf law. It it agr.-ed
111 all hand* tbat, in npite of the political excite
meiit with va.Iii.-h the city had been agitated for
wi"ek)f**pri ceding the enormouH vote throwo, and
tbe uiiivertal intt-reat felt in the rcMilt, the election
wa* CHiducted thrcii^hout in Ihe moat .juiet and
otdeily lnaniitr. Ij.eu tim moat violent anti
KapfifittfifiB ii-'iruBl* admit that the police, the very
argaaiafifMA and character of which aeem al.mo
to Bfl?kB to cruub dow n all the dinorderly elementa,
conducted iteelf with tbe moat eiact impartiality.
Nor wero tbe iiieiit* of tbt-Kei-iitry law any tho
lt'Ka coiiBpicuout*. Wbo can doubt that bet for tho
rtgittry ar.d the faciliti*. aflorded by it for tho pre
veiitivjii a'.d dttectiori of fraudulent vote?, tbe bai
Iut-l.o.*.. 1 Wi ii1-! ? .1 '? I.. t-ii atuilt-d tu a must BB"~flflfl
evtent7
The two uio(*t eaa-utial re.|iii?:teB to the "BflO
working ti a GflVflfl inent like ourt, are protertmn
to the Im .ib lide citizent in the free 8BBfflJBB flf
their right of toting, acd the exclution of illegal
vt.te*. Tl.c.-o waa a tLme wLen this city 888888*1 in
great dangtr ol h-nng ".I.'-.- two e*iential aafe
guard*. Ttuitdt and fiaud threateaed to deprive
the e! 11r-?? franchiae of all itt value. Luokily,
we have '.?>.* d the meana of ettricating ounelvea
fniij thia iini k'l-i. Cuoapicuoua among thete meana
are our pretect non partiaan Police aad the Kegia
try Aet, two benefactioni to i ur city of whioh the
Kepublican* may well be proud.
Our Stat.* foe* ha-dicine.) far Llucoln aad
Morgan, but tbe Pratideut and Su-parinteadeat of
t_.? C.?jtral ;'-. nl ti?* c'lcVd t-cru*.WiM
to Congrr-a?tbe former by 600 majority in tbfl
Albany, tbe latter by 400 mijority in tba Scha
nectflrly diatrict. It ifl oot odp word too much
to ny that theietwo dtfltrieti har. be*? pnt against
Mr. Iiincolii'fl Adminiatration by the power and
pitrotageof our Stata'fl wealthieat corpora tion}
for Mefltra. Olcott and Mix could baye been beaten
by no otJier men than the Preflid. nt and Sup-rin
tendent of that Roid. We have heard tbat thn
Sup-rintendeiit, at least, if not tho Pre^idect alao,
would r_*ign hi* Kulrond offi'e it elected to Coo
greiifl. We hope to hear that thia haa been de-".ii
tively Nllllfli on.
Tle ,\. Y. Ttmes will doubtli--? learu w.th grati
fication that the " fierce conteit," wbich it lat*ly
reported flfl " going on in the Bepublican party "
if Hfl upper Diatrict oi Westcheiter County,
" with reference to the nomination of Mr. CflflNJ
" a? Member tf Asaembly from that Diatrict," bai
iH-en terminated. Tbe B, publicana of the Diatrict
do not ?eem to ha\e been either aurpnaed or ap
palkd by the fact tbat auch bitter PflrfMkfc a?
Oalvin 1'roflt, norice Bailey, Froat Ifort.n,
Ctarle* Wiigbt, Ac, were doing their worst to
beat the Repnblican candidate for Aiaombly, md
be it elected in apite of them by over 000 majority
?about twicc what wu given to Mr. G. B. Hub
bell, our lat. flterling Kepublican member. The
" peculiariflflWMI and inteust" which The Ttmes
diacovered for invented] in that cauvaia, and
which (it fliiggented) palpably re*|uir.'d Mr. Camp'i
withdrawal, ?eem to have takeo on a modified
form, and Tlie Hflfl*! apprehen?ion that, unleafl
Mr. Camp ahould decline, " Mr. Marahall ha? the
" inaide tiack," would seem to be efleotually diaai
j.attd._
The Albany Arnvt,, in car .aasii.g the re.ult- of
onr recent election, e..ultii_gly saya:
" We have wlped away the groeeer di _T-(tt ef our Itate-Uu.
Mi Ut-adea, and Mjer*, and tl.e more *h*i_ie_ee? of flfl predatory
tnbe, who have iufeated our I_eg_?Ut--e, aiid Uuflht * loaaon
Bvm to I.ittli.i-hn.'*
?Did The Argus ever hear of any of " the pre
" datory tribe " "more stflflMMfll " than .Spinola
Yi-t he riniaina at Albaiiy, with a majority of the
Gridiron Democrata of laat Winter from thia City
and Brooklyn?if not, it ifl no fault of Tht Argus s
political frienda, who renominatetl and did their
beat to IflflM. them. In Sarato?a County, the
ruaioniata not only ran their own Oridiron mem
bera, but took up one diacarded by our ..ide and
tried to roelect him. In view of theae hcU, we
Bubroit that modeity with regard to "thepreda
"tory tribe'' become, the Iiegency organ. Wt
urged the people to vote down the Gridiron men
regaidle-s of party; The Argus reaerved all ita
tbunder for thoae MMflJ them who happened to ba
Kepublicana._
Ki'SNV Frsios.?Jamea Lynch lo?e? the Rep
iaterahip in part becauae tlie Know-NothiogJ Ku
sii'itietfl would not vote for an Irinh Rooian Cdth
olic, even for a purely mini.terial or exeoutive flta
tii n. In the IXth Ward aione, we learn that
Lynch'- or Brennan'a name wascut or eraaedjfrom
no leaa than nine hundred PWflfl ballota. " Vote
" the whole!" " No acratching "' " Be true to
?? each other '" ahouted Tht Eiprtst from day to
day, with better effect, appareutly, upon the Iri.h
than upon ita own more e-pecial disciplea. The
Mozai-t lriah generally voted f?r Frederick A.
TallmadKe, notwithatanding his known devotion to
"Sam;" but " Sam" did not forgct the nativity
nor the creed of .lamea Lynch.
Tiik Pkinck or WAi.ri irB-OUMfltV-1Theilander
atart-d by oue or two corn epondent*. of New-Vork Republlien
loornale, that tte Prlr.ce of Vflfllflfl wae iDJuitod aud nearly
iuol.l.?d aJnrit.p lilattaj. at H_flBflMflfl\ waa thoro'i.-biy re"-t* d
here at the tloie, deuled by tho. t w ho eccoaipa _ied the Prinoe,
ly the Kl hr* ot'J pap<-r?, aud extn by raeoib* u of the royal
tht, Hut, of .oune, B caluniay Hi*'* faater tban lt. refuUtion,
?d-lflflflfl Iflflfll flflflfl flfl el-botat- artirle on tlie *tat*v
I wu**, tm kuown to have be.n without fouiiditlou, to va hi h
ire __*__. The ***** ******** of the poor whit* population of
tbe Sooth I* at the *ame tln.e mallgned. Tht Timea takee for
jrrantadall the partl*an ec-u.ration* of the Black Rep.ih!..-aii
joirrna'* \?nip* up *tor'e? that have long be*n eiplodrd, ani
cru.m.'.iUon the wholi-aH.ira* tlie natural recilt of the *^rtof
iuatltutlnnaealitlngln tbe 1 uthern State* ot tiii* L'nlon. Ttiaa
na uial re*ult of Rtpnbllran abuae 1* thua *eeu Our country 1*
bald i.p to the ??ru of the wo ld.ln*t*ad of dotrg whatthey oan
to at-n.re for u* the reapect of Kurope the*a uupalii ,tlc and
tieacheroi.t AuWf-MM i.otculy di*clo*e to *t*anger* tlie teally
wesk poi.it* ln our *. henie of goveruoiei t, but UiTeat fBlilttefl
wl.lch loielgii, r. iladiy .. i/e upon and tpread widdy Vo theiuti
nite dit. recltof tJbo.e wliooii_(inated them.
11 e ei.tlre ?nic!e in tht l.urtdon ltntei fall* to the ^TOQnd.
and fall* of lt* polirt; *i.ce flflfl oi.lv wi re the ttatement* ntitrue
on ?1 leb it diiat.* with auch avitiity, but tlie (eneial cir*-utii
ttannt dc oot eiiat wbich lt take* tbe o.'._*loi. to dr*g into
publicity. When the gentleruen wbo attend.-d hia Royal
II Igbneta ahall a.a.ire tbe Kig i.li that i.o hui Ii ina ilt, a* are d*
.c;il*ed wereoMe.-ed 1 i:i. at I... l,n , nd. iie'l;i|? that uatiou will
l**iu to dlelni.t other .tatenieuta colored by party ranccr, aud
t_Mflflafl|f-SBBfl*_?__?-B-ffl-.. Su Iruj,however, ., (cr own
coontrju.en take tbi* delixht in mallflnlBfl and abn-li _' wbat
eabt*BflkOO|flfl. WflBeed not be tuTyt'ttri it *tr*n*er* i *-a.'
to avail theuaeUe* ofthe oppoitunitle* th.i* attorJe.l to ei___
? rt'tnd di.to.t tt'll fnrther tbe BnHklr leanB-iutatloa* oi
Ameilrathey tecelve. IN. \. Etpree*.
? Thr ffijwifl has no ri^ht to be iijnorant of the
widely-known fact that The Timet (London) nent
oce of ita flflfll truated correH|iondeutn to accom
paiiy tlie Hoyal paity "n their Americau tour. and
thattbiri corre.poi dent wan with that party at
l.uhinoi.d, and report. the insulta to the I'rii.ce by
the " wLite traah'' of Kiehmond aa having been ?if
fered under hia (the aaid correepondentV ? pcaonal
obeervatiou. lt ib expreaaly ou that eorre-poiident'fl
ippoit, and net on any " Black BflfflUiOflfl ac?
count, tbat The Timeo's editorial Btricttirefl are
baeed.
Yur.tty Foir for thifl wtek hn. a ca|.ital picturc of
the ilepl.'tatlt-reault of I.imo.u ? Naflflfl, aa depictod
by The llirnlil and Btpntta At Kflaaty/WrMfll
in tlie iiisarij.tion which _uco:np_ajie" the wfl, " Ou tho
hotiee-top Iloiace Orctli-y ia, of conrao, aei-n fiddlin^
ovHr the ruinj of onr kfllflflflj coui.try. T<> th., latt.
yon bflhl Id thfl pnre-minded eud ii|.vi_.ht J. O. B. nhat
dng up nbop pi_pai_i(.ry t<> Mtfllfltflg to biflnaiivi
liii.l. Cowfl ^ra/e in Kultou airtet. DuolfllflA ?vfl
rywhere, asd the world done for Keacrall*."
. fl
Thk Pflfclfll CoW-KflIM >.?Thfl followi.rg uotico
waa rec_ived by O. neial l.en-fldy yfleterday:
Ce.lTH*. Dai'AKTUBNT .,* Tl.? MerK.a.-a,l.ir*!? l'o, I. ?, I
Hn Ytaa. bu, ., i<?^ . >
ji.uirA. Kuaaai, taama**ad*n~Dt*t .?-.*. Atau.eet
ti g af tbe Kerd leid tlit day. lt o*t
Henjlni, Tbat tue tbaikt of tl.i, Boerd are emt-.ut'.y dne to
fll u en:b*m af Ihfl Poll-e for Hielr eflicl.r.t xarai-e ln the bmI
(. i ai.. e of (x-aie aud (flflflfl il. tbe cltlee Ol N*? I ork and lilook
1)1 01. tle i I. it.it.
t**m***\Ttt* fla Ioiaarlnt. uc'.nt be lirr. vd to i-an-e tb?
fota-?. Ir * rvio._.ti< L to be reaj tc "hn for. r in tt.* tea. rul Mation
ll ,. . laNrwYothaad Hr.kvn.
Van re.p, atflllf w?m, .SKTU C. IUW '.AA,
Chl.l' Lteik.
a '
AflfllYBflflflfll ot* IflflACAPKOT '.) Ksoiciait?
The Aceriemy ?f Medicu.* ttlabrated their aDtiive'eury
Ih t ItflBflM ht tlie MflflflMM -flflflfl flf Mfl -Dflorinl
Ka(ie!y ..iiter of S?cond avenne and Ll.-veuth fltrae:,
Or. (i. liuch, \ ice r.tBideut, iu tLe clair. Tlie atieuJ
aiice wbii ttttfttti uiainl? ofthe mfldical fuotiliv, their
fritiide, and familiea. 4*t the platform wara the fol
lowini? K*ntlemen: Vrce I'rteioenU l>ra. .loel KoeUr,
(..(-ryt liucli, iii.il M. D. Van 1'elt. Kz-l'reaidentu,
Dre. Valtullnfl Mott, Iaaac Wood. .1. N. Si&ivh, aiid
Bflfl .ifldar. TrnBteea, Dr.. Jatob Iltunen, f, Ander
h.'ii and .s. T. llublatrd. Korei^n and DomeBtio Cor
re?ponding SacreUtry, Dr. .1. W. Oraoa.
The extrtiet* of tbe evening were opened with a
prayer by Uie Kev. l>r. Hetbuafl of the Twenty ttiat
?treet Dntrh ltefonnedcboreh alter whiofl ths I'reetde ? t
Dr. John Wataon, wia lntrodac?d, aud raad lh? aanval
otatioo, whirh txeaUd on acientillc, p_ilo??phlcal, eda
aalionai flnd medical aubjecU. The a*-e-t*.T wai dii
mitted with i beui*-_ctiJ**.
TBE LATE.ST NEWS.
MAQMETIC TELEGRAPH,
From Waahlnfiflfl.
-ptMrial flflfllk U> l be N. V T.lbuoe.
Washim, rou, Wedneaday Nor. 7, Up).
TH Rflitr.i.Liofl in iii-Ki.KNToa.
J'). -.di-iat Buchanan, if it ahould prove tne tkil
the aecederain Charleeton, 8. C, have taken pn.
itiaion ofthe United Staten fort, wiil be coccpelled
by bu oath to dnve the rebeli fron that proparfl
?.f tbt (rflitadSUtci.
nisi mon.
Mr. Buchanan'? i.rgan, The CtrnttHttimt, om
tain* thit morniag a moat rabid d-floaiaa
article, a-aerting that the 8outh cannot ?ab
mit to the Adminiatration of Mr. l.iacda.
Traitor to bia party, it can hardly be etpected
that Mr. Buchanan will become one al*-, ta kia
country. Tht re ia c-.naiden.b_e eicitement, w*t
the Heeea.iouiBta are leaa violent thia evening. Tka
idea that ir.atead of be*longiog to a large and pow
erful nation, tbe/ may become cit _?___. af Soutk
Carolina or Miasiflflippi without any protaotion
abroad, and witb Iittle f.r no power at home, do*. aot
exactly plea .e them. Beiide*. Unele 8am haa alwayt
pleuty of money?aomething of which tke?e bouuI
aed powerleaa Htat. a will not kave to brag, if
hey go out of tbe l nion.
ANOTHER hKN.SKl.KSM OLTRAI.K.
A mott diagraceful attack waa made by tka
Breckinridge "Natioual Volunteere," I*_t oight,
alter YZ o'clock, upon the itepubiisan Wigwaa- ot
Indiana avenue. Fortunately the Republicana had
a few minutefl previoualy adjoorn-d tbeir ine-tiag
and left, othciwwe we ahould bave kad floeoe* al
bloodabed. Tbe mob demolwhad?hiviag roe
cetde-i in breaking open the dcora?all the faroi
ture inthe Wigwam, brr.ke the window?, and oar*
mitted other acta of vandalifliu. .Stveral of th-ta,
have been arreated.
toik*kmo?taU4tr**a.
Wa.shington, Wedn.eJay, Nov. *, Iwfl.
Thia morLing, at 1 o'cicck, a party of atxmt -01
nroc-tded to the BepuMic*.u wigwam, brokeope* t_*
dr.oiB, rur-b.d iu violently deetroTedtliedifTereut fo-<mt
ot ftirtiitiire.took nway __?_____?? ??_! Ha-ilaa *t**tt*y
er ar.d aeveral Wid.-Awake noiformfl. I-istol* were
tired, and wirdow Hgbt* lafluflrfltT brokea. Ouiy
tix cl the many who had aaeenibled to hear the t-oetifla
re'mna were Lu the bailding at ihe timfl. Smo ttrttta
lave be*n made. There wan much general diflordoc
iiuring tbe night at publio piacoa.
Llneoln'ft Eleetion in the South.
Aflflflira, Oa*, YVedneeday, Nov. 7, 18-iO.
The Oatarkttaa Afmury a&ye tha uews ot l-tfl
Mflfl'l elect-on at Char.et.-on wa* received wiih !_?__.
c.Ltinued ehcering for a Southern Confederacy.
At A_ru_.U, ttern indignatiou waa expre-aed. _>u
ferent portiona of the South, which have beea haatd
from, lavor c__ing State Vouventiona to daliberata oa
the coure. of policy. ll waa reported in Cola_-b-fl
laat night that the .South Carolina Let-iaUtai- wl- flflaai
B*nd a com-ibwoner to the Georgia Legialature fl ota
fer abont prompt action.
?-milh Carolina l.t-yMut nrr, Ae.
C"i ( "im', W*****_T, N.t. 7, 1860.
Joint reeolntk'iifl were adopted in the Soalh C_roJ-_
Lee_*latn_T Thurtdav, on tbe que-tion to call ? Coa
veniioa ofthe people oflfceSiato for the r-or_rani_-a
tiou (.f the DaiJi ia, and preparations for the detonoe *t
the State, Mr. Hnist nigiDg in ihe Hoofle, the reflCa.fl_.ofl_
that aaid action eticuld be " prompt, imm-diata, flaqaal
itied erlective and decieive in caae of Lincoln'fl ?lee
tion." , .
WLliam W. Boyce, M. C, flpoke fn.m the ?t/.p? flf
the Congalflfl HoueeonT-e-diy nig.t, urgiog flfleeflctfla
in ea-e of Mr. Lincoln a eleetion. He waa foUawed ky
other promii.ent Caroti-iiana.
Convictlon of IJtnU.
PHir-AiiEiPHiA, Wtdneeday, N. v. <*, 1"*50.
Byflr'y, Mflrflttfld of f.-rging election retarna ia tba
IVtb IHflti.ct, haa been -entenced to two aud a hai/
veaifl' uspiiaomnent, and f-!00 tine.
The Bnrnlng of tbe Vil Houne.
Coi (-im ?. Onio, Wedneedav, So*. 7, H60.
The eniire Hflfl Honae waa conaumed. Tflfl ion ta
the buildiDg ia |150.IH)0; inanred $10,000. The laat
i n furnituie ifl $10,000; iosured |10,0<10. Blyn?'?
jewelry atore, AlUn a\ Awl a ahoe atore, Riohirda ?
dry goode atore, Clark a .-!ioe atore. and Kofle'a o.othiog
satore w- re burned, but the gooda were moetly flaved.
().it(.r Hall Waa damaged. 1'ua total loefl ia f-OO.OOQ
to f fOO.lXH).
i:\iru Pobt Bmm
Fort KflaflVBT, Wedneeday, Nov. 7, .860.
An extra Pony Kxprees with the electioa retoraa flfl
CaUIornin left htre lor Carson \alley at 1 o oloek to
day. It took abe a conaidorable enmber cf priratfl
U-l'-grauia. Botii rid. r and fcorae were taBtefolly deeflr
and wi.h ribbosa, Ac, and they depart._d aaad tka
cheering of a 'ai y and entUuriitatie gathoiing. Thifl
rau ia eicecud to be qah ker than any ever yet otadfl
b,twten ntre ard the ou'er station of the California
telegraph liuea. Tbe poniee leaving St Joeeph on Tbuia
i'uy, "-tti, and Snnday nK-ruing, 1 l'h, are alao t) oakfl
il'.nll,.- qoiflk time, callinghtre fur thelaieet telcgra^tiia
(.flflfl
Tee coath of the \\'ce'ern Stsge Co., which left
Omahaou Mo .day n_on_ii,g wiih me mail.-and a laM
ct \ny\va tti ti parmen.er. and lapiflW mattet, ptumad
h, re > aily to-day. >N tather u_iid, fl uh tokena of rain.
TLe l'lk. i l'eak pUgiiaui aie haeteaiug both to aad
Irum the minee in goodly i.umbera.
BflFflflLlCflfl Joi.LirictTioN3.?At nearly all of tha
Bflpaklflfl Head.niartere ofthe eeveril Ward Afl?o
cia'icna throughoat thfl cty jollii".. aticn meetin^jfl were
beld inei niglit -a.d there waa greal rejoicing at tho
_.*i.eial lertik of the tlertion. At eciot of the _ae?4
ii gs apeecliea were made and aonga flung, whilfl at tfl*
oil.t-ra tbe aaaemblagre entettd into diacuatiou relatirt
to tlie flflfll of (iill.-rt _t S atee, coontiefl, and ciUflfl.
i;\erytcdy waa in good Immor aod everybody ttttttA
un re pliaetd with the party ilian before the elooiija.
Here and iL.re mi. tt have t*een fonnd a deaerter fron
the Dflilfl ranka vaiily endeavoriDK to eonvinofl paopb
that he waa a ataiincb U, pnbhcaa, aad voted tbfl
i'i_..t .ii tha .!y, iuid tbat tbe only reaeoa why hfl
joio?d the Fueicniflta waa on acconnt of hi. employe-fl,
who feared that tha Uflkfl fl .aid be diieolrad if L_la
itln waa tlccud.
The IricnoH of John J. Shaw, Member of A*t*m\*ty
.! t Irom t) e Vth 1 -it-ti ict, turued flfll ia proceBflioa,
flfchflflifl andtorebee, H'.diuarthedt'iroagh Broadway
and olde: tureeia of tl.e K'__;ht_i and Ninth Warda.
Atoat t'lirty or forty of ilie f'ienda of Mr. WaH,
( (t'_'te.f.n;:iii eled, manhed np to the Kepublicaa
lleh'1 jUbrter* No CIS Bicadway, aad thenjfl to tkfl
htadqu.Tlera .tdr K-| ul.lican Ca_n(aaign Clab, w__>i_
tliey tm* H'Ciic! oy Mr. Draper io a flkort bflt p?-hy
t\ etcb. \ .dferor.s vht-erB were gi, en for Liaooln aai
the Bepn'-lican eaudidaite ^enerally.
At Ytt Sniyveaant Imtilute, the hoad ;aartar? of tka
l i.i' i. U.'i'Qi.iia'an Clnb, thflns wai a large aad e_thfl
aihitic Bflltlng, IflflM hea were made by l'arka (I .
wir. OtL DflffflflJ-fl, Mr. HiL, aed Mr. Warde*. Thfl
lhiter apoke at greut Hflgflk) and related many plaaflaf
r> iui_,irceua?# cf ti.e tariy hfe of Mr. Linooin, and ot'
Hfl daya whea tl.ey went to teho.l together. Mr.
Ward. n took l.ia rtaud *a\on the top of a.able, aad wa?
Imdly clitfied. Tbree timea be endeav.red te wHk
draw, bnt ihe flflfl___Hfll_Mflfli tbat heahould "go?a.
'lii-.-. uihlai.t drmotatratioufl were c mdactfld witk
grest decon-.m :.'??? at the city, aod m_iug waa ioaa *t
aaid to wcand the teniibi'.itifle of th* ovfl-tkroax?Ika
I Uriillixtfl.
It ie tn cuntemplatioa to have a grand jolUhoatioa
iK-ctiigat the t'ulare (.a.Jeo, and a paradfl by Ita*
\S ide Awakea, ou which oivaeiou many r.-nt'-aaiM
from ont of town wi'I bfl preflent a*id i.-trticiffl-lfl ua tkfl
domonatration.
CoMMII-llONKflSOt Kmk.ratiob.?Thfl Wflflk-y.-fl-ft
niflnt of thifl Board thow tlu_t 91,773 emigranta flH'-d
at tbu pr.rt sinca tb? firat of tt-e year, being an taerflaifl
of VI,7.7 ln ctmpfl-iioo wi'.h laat jttr. IjEf eou
liranta anivfld laat wflak. Aggre?ate rec-ipte, $.4fl -
-fl i>.?. l)a.boi>fl_afl-itfl, PtAABm *?? Ba-aaca ut
baak, $r.?,ir.v W.

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