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? ..?_-?wTHsBT>e-M_re_ w?-e allowed
UJ?Tr-e report ta favor of _eanil-Butler men,
noreoeated by the Commit*?, was nnanlmomUy adopted
Oa-MJBB-a.?a- Butler, Ward Six waa next oonsld
ored Somebody called out " platform M while be waa
talking on the floor, and be remarked that he would take
Um> ???BBBB whenever It waa necessary. [Loud si>
pisase and laughter.) Geo, Bhattuck. a Proni'_T
Booton lawyer, explained the case for the ?on*MT"
who are anti Butler men, ?bowing that colored "*" ?*J
Cambridge voted there, and by a double *_*Jg
several timea. The farts wore supported by
?eo. L. Ruffln, s oolored lswj er, who waa s
tive last Winter, B*ve the other *?<"___%??___
denying the statements which had boea m*9^9/moUa
mildly applauded whin be ^J**^^om*m, had
sworn that be aaw colored maa MSBJBBii ""
Kaid a short Urne before that be a**Mm*}Jmt?TZ C-slT
from another. J.idfio ^^^ZmtT^relood cries of
man of the Commutes,j??a thor? m ^ ^
.question." from the Bo*- nae*. W-^ ^^^
stored. Judge ?"?"'L^Eit, -? that
simply a? a aa^*T tte MU-Bntler men were
e-tablishcd tbe felS WB ?" ^rtmtottbe minority
?ibiiged ta -**.__^gZ_l-aaM-a-BtB. The
r ..?iniltu-e argued ^*? Uon _.? ^
v.*. wa. take? by ***??m? ?i .trength of the Butler
the r-uh. ___ nBir --? TOTS.
Thooe in f.vorof the Mt!? tuen.voted for the minority
report, and tho- oppo_d ?gainst The whole vote was
/ _T Por Butler men, IN; against. -7. This gave 117
laajority agate* Ratler men. Dunug the count. Gen.
HuUer sat upon the platform to get a better view of the
situation. The reault of thi? test vote was received with
?ud upplsnse snd enthurlaitlc cheering on the part of
?he Wat?bur?? -ten, and ?oemod to astonish the Butler
.ii n- i
? IM! Till!? IlLTLKR St BTKRH'OE.
Oen. Bul cr at once took the floor, und ?aid :
I iirwirv Baw to i.riii? to the attention of tbe Conven
tuas tsrt that has liei'U brought to my knowledge, and
I dealre that tbe officer? at tbe door of the Convention
?hsll testify whether It la ?o or not, vis.: that on the
ruin? out "f ,,ie delegates at uoou from the hall the
i, te? run short some hiindr? d or more in number; that
la t? ?y. when th?- delegate? rame in they gave up their
tiela? sad i?e fur?' l ho de Wa tes had all gone oat the tickets
vrrerzliuu-:? d. Kow I doi-lre that flint fait b?' inquired
Ja. , ta'i'sasr, if it be true, there would be unauthorized
?.rain? to the hall. I ask the President to iuquii-e of the
,61 si - at tbe door if stich la the fact
A BALLOT FOB GoVF.Kr'OR.
The matter wa* Allowed to drop for the time being, and
after some motions whioh were ruled out bad been made,
_. Biee ol Wun <?.?U-r irovod Uiat a committee of one be
t|i|N?uted to receive, sort, and count roto? for a candi?
date for Oovernor on an informal ballot. Cries of
" Formal !" cam" from all section?, and Mr. Rice changed
t; i* s formal tele. A committee was appointed, and
?,i n. Bntler lmmedl.it? ly ?ought his friends for imtne
hue consultation, aa the case looked rather dubious,
ballot* acre distribuiod at ouco, and at 9 iniu
uiati of 11 the voting txg.in by counties, the
drli-Rstes pa*siii. over the platform in regular order.
?vir. soon arter the voting began, the Chair cautioned
?Ii arl ega'csto r? main lu the hall after voting, as In
?mu? roaatr* there might bo more votes than were al
: ivred ander the call. Upon this, Gen. Butler Jumped up
?ai renewed his assertion about unauthorised persons in
f ne hall, but met with a uni versal rebuke, and got down
?gain, the Chair declaring the motion out of order.
During tho progress of the ballot it was found that Gen.
j'.utl'ir'i lDMonation about unauthorized voters, which
'io ti?*?* urwnthe f.ict that the doorkeepers of the Con
-. entiian in returning ticket? to the delegate? as they
;i?v_r_ out, found themselves with an insufficient supply,
:? e_?lly refuted by the policemen, to whom he refers.
lu Addition to the honorary members of the Convention
sod the reporters who were admitted by tbe rear en?
tra?o?, the officers ?ay there wero a ?core or more of
clergymen of Worcester and neighboring places, all
of whom ?ere furnished with spec al tichcts.
Ia leaving the Hall most of the latter class quite
naturally went out by the front entrance, and tbe door?
keeper*. U'liig, of course, unable to distinguish them
from the Ut-le gutes, banded ibeiu tickets which they ac?
cepted, witiiout being aware of tbe result. When the
t.ikets were exhausted there were about 100 In the bill,
il >? ?bout 2u of whom were entitled to delegates' cards,
ti? others being members of the State Central Com?n t
tM ?ad representative? of the press.
The result of the ballot wa? aa follows: Whole numlicr
?if ?me?. MM] necessary for a choice, 689 ; Wm. B. W ash
_rne,IU, Ben). F. Butler, ISA; A. II. Klee, 1 ; CB.
The remit was .greeted with a ?form of applause, which
l_t?tv* minutes, and cheers were given for Mr. Wash
1?___ There were 11 more votes cast in some of the
v_it?ttiMthe counties were allowed, but that did not
?.1er tb? result
On/ CCIoek.-The resolutions In brief favor the honest
payment of the public debt, reduction of taxation, and
viul^ervioepatona,commend the acts of the Admin?
istration, declare -gainst all class dis Unctions, urge leg?s?
imos in the Interest of ship-building, reen, tii-c the loy?
ally and patriotism of woman, declare that tbe woman.
Mo?av uioienieut should receive careful and respectful
<i_9id.Tat.ui:, and compllmcut Gov. Claflin.
" Et TI KB WILL HOT BOLT."
Oen. Butler rame forward and said : " Butler will not
>ilt ! Oeotleuen of the Convention, I auppooe It may
sot be uninteresting tor you to know my views of the
TMult of to-day's work, and If It please you that I ?hall
tut. It, I feel myself allowed so to do. (Cries of ' Let
u hare It." ? Go on.'] After ;ho retirement
of Gov. Claflin from the canvass, I allowed my name to
te Before the Commonwealth, and, when I Juaged it
i*??uty, followed such consideration? as seemed to me
?: ia order to induce some reform In the Republican
party. How I was met is a matter of history?met
*'. the press ; met by the organization estuti
liibed by the patronage of the State Government ; met
etea by the Senatorial delegation ia Congress, which de
W??d io?o the arena of State politic? ; met even by
**?ot my colleague?. I endeavored to treat them each,
aa tod all, aa Republican?. I endeavored to hold high
bl banner of the Republican party, I en
?nttd, aa far aa In me lay, to so
(o?net the party as to lead to Its greatest
-?taloess. I was then root by men who threatened to
Wit um nomination of the Republican party in case I
*?_?mated. This would have Justified me, in my
i>??meat, in repudiating the action of any Convention
''j v-k? men should vote and declare their de
Vi?mui? to bolt before I submitted my
<?_? ? It. But I am a better Republican
"-???Tare. (Applause.) Having seen that this Con*
Tetiuoa has been conducted generally In the spirit of
'??roe??, thAt there was as little of frauds and mistakes
?? can be Incident to any Convention, and having fairly
Mbuuttedmy claim? to It, and not believing that the
r-t heart of u?e peopl. of the State ever
?CToed for ? moment to the declarations made
?f niy icalou? opponent?, I feel myself
(.?und br It? decision a? a man of honor. (Applause.]
th i Wltt thmt l h*Te Mid cni???h- But there 1? one
*** } c*uuut iwrget to say, and that Is to give from the
Tery ?lepthot my wai Ma hB%n my t_anitB_najr( ti,a__l8
?coiawoid-mymostgnitaful emotions, to the almost
_____ ,t,,0<1 Uo* ?o me by dsy and by night, even
r_ . ,,***,n,t al1 Promises, threau, and Maa
ii.ha.enu **ime*mmti To you T ._. ^^ _
frT_d? __ BuUer"'] 5o njan ever *** ?ch
to <w * ""^ a? man wlU ever labor more
_.m,n * *"* l *ia- Ar"1 m??<le of the
wl__r? """T---**. I M.v-the light ?hall
AdraiarV rvJUTen*Uon. **t IU purifloation, for the
L*_T'I'MtUfl*bDr'iorUie ?"Pnroaslon of vioe, aud
u?ihmT** IDU*'0n? And I ?y to roy friends that,
~*wyuidPIlttrely to ^ organisation, as we are
?Z*J*'u*? -? that <.r^?MisiMiaa we go on and Utior
**?m S* ?*_K**i " ,tr **** we ***ttoa out.
i-s?"*_**$.**_"?*'-?tdJus?- In the people of
vu***T^o]!!m **^m*v* ******** or later we shall
?ma w_,a 11_ ** * ^-Bhs-m ssaiaasy and klndnew
^m!_l__. _T* tW*t*d thim ^.t?ow me ta
l,n?aaBT_. ay thanks, snd hearty congratu
Vt ?J r*r *****? ***eh is not weakened by the
lo bs ?___.' 2_"-'' There m iala** more
?t^ ml^*** **"' ***** tnt?ee, more to be
^wafc-?T^[_____.*Bd **? oul' tt,n? l
**i tim poJ, ?-I *** ?Mollty of my frlcndi.
"Okiu.l! _-_*** *,l>*_1 ? ?-d klndae?? the great
A____ _?.*__**_. ?* ?y 'orx, so far a, I am
?di -^ ^*e*^y*Xytblchlatit and have acted
w ??rSSiMT?r_?____!Tl _?m'M u ?o?tt
? e??tac, m_ m^ei ?^ M
*f*Ft as repreamted lo thU
?4-e that, so that thU Com?
ead te every mlaor partie o
**r ta he, the great g?^
ahiwealUat tho aattoaaf u?
waa reaotnlrialed. with the ei
am* of Booton (or Attorn^.
?ariy retirement of Earl
'?f Ii?and, boa been circulating
?s with the Maw,als of Hart
. not only upon th? 1st?
?lone ? iKilicy rcouires tin
i lull-eue? te Dublin l?stk.
GENB-&AL POLITICAL NEWS.
V-BODOA EEPI?BLICaIH 8TATB CONVENTION.
THB PARTT UNITED?A N?W PLAN OF OROAN
Richmond, 8apt? 27.?The Republican? of
Tu-glnia met in Btato Convention today, the object
being ta adopt a plan of orgaulxaUon and platform for
the leglslstlve campaign now about to opea. In the
peat, ?nob Convention? have toa freqaently, In this Stale,
besa marked by sceues of disorder, bat It waa evident
I on the sssemhllng of tba delegates this morning that a
better spirit now prevailed, at least so far ss could be
evinced by a general d?termination to do all the
wrangling In canons.
A caucus was therefore held, when the contending
wings agreed wbo should be the officer?, and who should
be Appointed on tho Important committee?. The lion, a
H. Porter was made permanent Pre-idoct, tbe Hon. W.
H. H. Stowell, Chairman of Committee on Credentials,
and the Hon. John F. Lewis of the Com?
mittee on Business. During the morning ses?
sion several persons offrred resolution? indorsing
President Grant, but all vere referred, although
evidently in scoordsnee with the eeiiae of the
Convention. One series proposed Gen. (?rant and
the Hoe. John F. Lewi? of Virginia fur Presi?
dent aud Vice-President in 1873. but it was
lust. The striking tentare of the morning sealion
was a r. solution declaring that the Old Line Whigs are
the natural allies of the Republican p.rty iu sympathy
and principle, although not so in the South in name ;
and cordially inviting all such to come Into the Republi?
can fold, and participate in any benefit? that may accrue
This proposition wii? greatly applauded, and will prove
popular In the op uing campaign. Bpoecne? were mude
by Col. Ordway, 8ergeaut-at-Arms of the House of Rep?
resentatives, aud Cot Hinton, Secretary of the Republi?
can Congress Executive Committee. Col. Ordwsy's com?
plimentary remarks sbout Gen. Butler were greatly ap?
plauded by the negro members. At night an elaborate
and apparently efficient piau of party organization was
The platform adopted reaffirm? tho devotion to the
principle? of the Republican party ?a announced at the
Chioago Convention, and pledges the party m Virginia
to the support of a tariff v. Inch, while securing the
necessary revenno, shall give Incidental protection to
American industry; a national banking system, uQbriling
a safe and uulfurtn currency, and absolute security to
bill-holders; the policy of extending Government
aid to the States in improving their river?
and harbor? : the absolute payment of all
obligations of tbe Government, and a sufficient yearly
reduction of the national debt to convince the world of
our determination to ultimately extintrulsh it, while nt
the some time we carefully avoid burdening the people
witb onerous and uunccessary taxation; that we
heart Hy indorse the administration of President Grant,
und aro unanimously in favor of bis reuominatiou in
The Convention also adopted a platform of State policy
embodying a spirited arraignment of the Democratic
Legislature of Virginia for increasing taxation unduly,
reviving the whipping-post, enlarging the powers of
county JridgcF, aud excluding the colored mau from the
A resolution wns also passed calling upon Concreta to
give better facilities for the removal of causes from
State to Federal Court?. The Convention adjo.irncd .it
ll.jO p. ni., after a most harmonious session It was the
best repreeentatlve assemblage of tho party ever held
TUP. DAYTON SOLDIERS GRANTED THE RIGHT OF
Colcmbus, Ohio, Sept. 27.?Attorney-General
Pond decide? that the inmates of the Soldiers' Home at
Dayton, who havo resided In the State a year, and have
no other residence therein than tho Asylum, have u legal
right to vote at the poll of the township iu whit h the
Asylum Is situated, since the passage of the act of Con?
gress of Jan. 21,1871.
THF. ELECTION IN NEW-MEXICO.
OFFICIAL VOTE FOR DELEGATE.
The following is the fnll vote of New
Mexico In the late election for Delegate to Congre?? :
Krp. Bolting Hep. ""??
Ooumeic*. CB? ra?, Sent. Gall-?a?.
Berna Hilo. 713 -??- TO?
Hain? Ana.37? 7S ?W
8 .nu Fe. 11? ?9 717
Shu Miguel. ass lim su
?lora.:..MT ** VMS
Colfax.V? .... a??
Rio Arriba.M4 ICO 70S
Tana.iii ?*> ?i
Valencia.?51 U Hi
Socorro. alt .... TM
Lincoln. 23 .... M
Grant.10.? a 173
Do?aAua.178 .... lia
Total.MM 2.5 'I ?.no
Total vote in l8???: 14.367; tot'tl vote in 1871: 15,489;
Gallegos over Chave?, '.(,385; Chaves and Bena over
Gallego*-, 149. Majority for Chaves iu lad) : l/J'-iO.
NATIONAL COLORED CONVENTION.
AN AMNESTY REhOLLTlON PASSED UNANIMOUSLY?
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 27.?The National Col?
ored Convention this morning, after the cloning ?peech
by Mr. Mahoney of Indiana, carno to a vote on the ma?
jority report of tbe Business Committee on the subject of
amnesty, which waa adopted unanimously. The report
reaffirms the National Republican platform of 1868, The
Business Committee then reported a serios of resolutions,
taking strong grounds in favor of the Republican party
and nominating Geu. Grunt for the next Presidiut.
JOINT TEMPERANCE COMMITTEE.
MEETING IN SYRACUSE?AN APPEAL TO REPUB?
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 27.?The Committee
of Conf?rent'? appointed by the State Temperance So?
ciety, the (?rand Lodge of Good Templar?, and the Grand
Division of the Son? of Temperance of Eastern New
York, beld a joint se asi on at the new Tem iterance Hotel
this evening, if. S. McCollum wa? ap.ioluted Chairman,
and the Rev. S. B. Dickinson, Secretary. An Invitation
wa? extended to all the friends of local prohibition wbo
were present to take part lu the deliberations of the
Committee. The following resolutions were adopted:
Retohcd, That a ?ub-corainlttee of three be appointed
to ask the Republican Slate Convention, which la to as?
semble to-day, to reindorse local prohibition, as advo?
cated by the organization represente?! on tbe Joint Com?
mittee, VonMstiug of the Hon. John O'Douuell, the Rev.
fcj. B. Dickinson, and Dr. J. C. Gallup.
Betolved, That It 1? the imperative duty of every tera
5e ra li ce elector to support aud vote only for such cund??
ate? for Senator? and Assemblymen as are known to
favor local prohibition.
Betolved, That all temperance organizations of what?
ever name are earnestly requested to cooperate in a
uuiled eSbrt to secare the enactment of the proposed
After considerable Informal discussion in reference to
future meeting?, the form of a law and plan? for circu?
lating petition? to the Lcglslatuse, the Joint Committee
took a lews until 5} o'clock this afternoon.
TLe Philadelphia voting lints show a total
of 150,65?*, or au increase of 6,632 ?mee last year.
The Omaha Herald figures up tho majoiity
In that State, against tbe new Constitution, at hoa
Gen. Thomas Kwmg, jr., has nade another
speech In Cincinnati ou National Labor Reform. The
moat of tbe discourse wa? devoted to au atteuipt at re?
ply to the late ?peech of Gen. Sherman.
The total expenses of the City Government
of San Francisco, lui lulling ?alarie?, public Inn ?dinga,
repair?, etc..Tor the fiscal year ending June 30, 1871, were
?.?19,117 IS. And the newspaper? grumble at municipal
77ie Jtocliester Union (Dem.) rails Gov. Hoffman
to account for hi? partial repudiation of the Democratic
heresy. The editor say? :
"As Gov. Hoffman tbas assume? s position in direct
opposition to the National and State Democratic plat?
form? upon which be waa elected In 1868, lu direct oppo?
sition to the State Democratic platform upon which he
waa reflected in 1870, and in direct opposition to bl? own
view? declared upon the ?tump wbeu a tucoe*?ful candi?
date before tbe people for the office be bold?, It I? at leaat
due to those who nominated bim. and supported him, and
elected him upon those platforms and those view? that
be ?hould cive hi? reason? for thus adjuring a plain,
uuequivocaiarttcle of the Democratic creed."
An election is to be held in Rhode Island on
tbe 9th of October for the propose of voting on some
amendments to the State Constitution relative to the
right of auftrage At present any native male citizen of
tbe United Sutes wbo has raskled in tbe State s sufficient
tia?, and paid a tax of at leart li within a year pre viona
to any election, may vote at that ?lenton ; but n atti ral
?sad elttsesa, la order to beeoime voters, most previously
become freeholders, by poseaalng untnenmbered real es?
tate, worth at least HU. It ia now proposed to extend
the right of ?utTrage to all citizen? of tbe United State?,
wh4_-sr native or foreign-born, wbo can read ttie State
taaaaUtattea, except that no person shall be allowed to
?ots on aay proposition Involving tba sxpenditure of
money, nor for number? of the Common Council of tbs
"ay at Providence, uniras be nae within a year paid a
!?_..OD,_pro?ert>' valued at at least Ila?. There U no
?tettbt that the siueudment? will be .adopted.
J a* con?
Lewis Francis, colorid, is nominad
iib!?? lu the tv,-.,,,,. Wari, Newark, N .1
'ihe German independent Organuation of
Hodson County, H. J., has mails the following nomina?
tion?: gbsiilf. Wa Van Ksuren : Coronan, Thomas
Wandle, *. i. I?? wen thal sod Dr. Bri eg ter.
The Gorman Democratic Committee? of the
Tenth and Twelfth Wards, at their masting? last night
Indorsed the action of the Gannan Democratic General
Committee In opposing the#Tammany Ring.
The Republican primaries'of Hndaon County,
V. J.? were beld last night, resulting In s large vote in all
the district?. In the Hld Assembly District Benjamin
Van Riper withdrew his adherent? from the RoSan
Catbollo Institute, and adjourned to Turner's Hall
A meeting to ratify the nomination of Cor?
nelius Walsh, the Republican candidate for Oovenior of
Mew-Jersey, was held at the Opera House, Newark, last
evening. John W. Taylor presided, and Sen ?tor Pre
llngtiuysen made the principal address. He urged upon
the audience the Importance of setting ?aide narrow
Srejudlce? and throwing all their weight Into the clec
ou of the candidate?. He referred to Mr. Walsh'? early
career as having fitted him for the office. Ile had proved
through hardship bl? integrity and uprightno??. John
C Davidson also malle an address.
The lid Assembly District Democratic Con?
vention of Weateheater County, at White Plaina, yester?
day (T. Ka Downing, Chairman), elected tbe Hon. Clark?
son N. Potter s delegate to tbe D?mocratie State Conven?
tion, with Stephen A. Marshall as alternate ; Stephen A.
Marshall, a delegate to tho Judicial Convention, with
Judge Hart as alternate, and Benjam?n Hetrenian, O. W.
David?, A. O. Wllsea, Jonathan Turd?-, and Darius Lyon,
delegates to the Senatorinl Convention. Tho deleg?te?
were tumrnoted to vote for Joseph F. Barnard for Justice
of the Supremo Court, and tin Hon. Win. Cauldwell for
State Senator. a
In accordance with the resolution passed at
the last meeting of tbe Democratic Reform (U'Brieu)
Democracy elections for delegates te a General Commit?
tee were bald, last evening, In the different Warda, and
\Mmt_t off generally without dlsturbsnce. In the matur?
ity of the Wards the elections seemed to excite but a
very languid interest, and the votes cast were very light.
Among tin- more promloeut delegates elected are : Mai
Goepp, Wmi. H. Wickham. Abraiu L. Lawienoe, Leander
Hork, David M. Kohler, Gun. Christian Sohwurzwalder,
Charlen Johnson, William C. Burrill I, George W. McLean,
Jenkins Vau kchaick, Nicholii? Helier, Win. I). Booth,
Imcu" W. Knglanil, Samuel O. Courtney, Matthew Burns,
Nie li?las Judge, ex-Sheriff O'lirien, Henry Hughes, J..Im
Hart. J. N??i-...i Tappen. Willi.un Campbell, Joseph Mey?
ers, aud Benjamin Wood.
TIIK NRW B?HM AND TOT NATIONAL BANKS
ACCOUNTS OF UKFAULTlNli REVENUE OKFICWU. 1
I BY TKIaBOBAPH TO TIIK TOBO*! I
Wamukoton, WedDOMlay, Kept. 27.1871.
Only ?ir.myi.wo of the bonds of Hie funded loan sub
?cribeil tor by the National banks in exchange for Fivo
Twentics yet remain to be sent off. By the 51 li proximo
this amount of bonds will have uti li. ni bigued, and the
last subscription Oiled.
Tho National bank? nre rapidly responding to the
recent order of tho Secretary of the Treasury, and are
withdrawing their flve-twi uty bonds doposlted with the
Treasurer of the United States as a security for th?.ir
circulation, and aro placing lu thoir stead the bouda or
the n"\v fun led loan. About $3CQ,ooo,,>jO of five-twenties
bave been beld In trust for li.nil, < ti)i to ihelsauo of the
order abovo alluded to, siuce Milich |90,0 w.ooi have been
withdrawn and canceled.
Wot knien coinmeuoed laying the basement wall? of the
newSI.it? Department, to-day. It Li proposed to pro-??
the work forward vigorously, and to have the entlro
bnseuicut story and a wall completed during the present
season. It Is understood that imposing ceremonies will
take place ?,t the laying of the cornel -stone, when, it is
expected, Secretary Pish will deliver an address suitable
to the time.
A considerable number of tx-rcvenue officers have re?
cently settled their accounts with the Government, som?
pa} lue their differences in full, while other? were al
lowed lo compromise by their bondsmen |>n>lng parts'of
balance? dun. Some balance? never will lie collected
into the Treasury. An old balam e oi alton, S300,U03, that
of Gea. James Steadman, deceurved. will, li is said, never
be patt!. Commissioner Douglass and Acting Attorney
GeneralDi Isis W had a lorn; conference yesterday icla
tive ta tbs prosecution of numerous revenue cases now
pending, and it ?in agreed thai winn: satisfactory set? le?
inen tn wcro not spoedlly niado the cases should go to the
courts for adjusiruent.
K?iK)rts in the fiovernmcnt departments show the sln
guiai tail that while much procreas bus I? en made in
bringing ?bout Improvements In the manufac?
ture of most kiud? of ?rints, gin ia produced
to-day by the same method adopted year? ago.
Tue distillation of tbe pure article 1? principally
cairieii on in Oonuectieut, and under the prescribed for?
mula used over a half oentury ago In Holland. A Vast
quantity of au article oalled gin, however, Is made from
hightville? or whisky, flavored with JunIi??-i berries,
and tbun put upou the market and sold as "Puru Hol?
land Oin." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
PAYMENT OK TUR TKAOOTU Till SUPERIN?
President Smyth of the Department of Public
I list i m non announced to tho Commissioners, yesterday,
that Francis A. Palmer, President of the Broadwav
Bank, bad advanced the requisite fund*, and that the
teachers would be puld to-day. Tho thanks of the Com?
missioners were tendered to Mr. Palmer. Amos O. Hull,
In a coiiiiuunli.ati.>n, ?aid that bills against the Depart?
ment to the amount of (12,000 had been placod in his
bands for collection, but that ho did not wish to enter
lute any litigation. The subject wa? referted te the
Finance Committee, with power. The sum of $7,290 was
appropriate.I to p ly Ibu salarle? of the ?cbool-tcacher?
under the charge of the Commissioner? of Charities und
Correction. Au cveiiiug school wa? ordered for Cai
The Superintendent of Schools rniido tho following
80l'BBIBTB?tnB!?T't OfffMSL I
nb-.tukk. a???.?*, urn. i
To the Honorable tke Board of ftMU Inunction?GniM.uut*:
The ui<1er.i*;ntnl retpecifa'.lr r. portttt.it lince the oprim?; of ihe*rliooli
ontl.t ?Illili:*., thct bate all b-?aa ?luted, bj blnaerlr ..r bli ??natani*.
*!:?! it it.?;?rci.iiii nitie ?i tletr (-oa.ntion ta I ireueril orjiaiiili.iB. lid
of ll.e itMi'lmra? of papila therein
The .-ti.lr Dumber ol pupili pr?tent oa the day of opeaiug ?u ii
In the nor?1 Onmrai* Schooli.II 4?n
li u eli, ti. Urtreia?! Seh..?!*.l?Jg}
li. the I r ra .r l?et. .rtwunu..IBJ61
I? the Hriratn .school*..I??'
laibet'ulored?elrOoU) . <*>'
Makin?. In the ti grfgate.N?MS
Li?! ft ?r the B'imiter of pupil? preient it the openinj iei?iou wn
T9atSS, ..r OS len than tbe number aboie reported.
The tvlmle iinralx-r of pnpll? pr?tant is ill the ichooli tt the lut ia?
ton lo Juli, preii.ioj to tUutlDf for the taration, ?ti 63.J5U, while iu
J ii) HI70.it ?-?? 6...496.
Hiuee tbe 11th mit. Hie retnrni irubniilfd to m? ?how that 15,553 puplt
kite Is-tjn mlnnttr.l into the ?moo* vheol*. inatry of Hiern, htiwrier.
trtnifrrt fro? olber arboola, iu I, therefore, nat Increiilnir ?Se ?___ pt?
numls-r >f |Hiiiila uu 1er inttreetioB, while ?am ol theee aew ?rlmiiriont
a? joortK ebliilr n pl?e?.l It the ?rhool for the flirt time, and tberebr In
ere?iiti(( the atiendan.? in the luwtr fraile ol the I'nmtrT Depart?a ntl
tad .school*. Si-Ti-ralof th? former ?M conirqaentlr oTrrrrowdml. and.
?toe? the openir?; 4?8 paplli hate been refused tdmlt?loB Into thete
?< h?...I? n .'??..'? .'i. nr? nf a want ff teaouimorti'lon. The whole nnraber
of puiuli rtfmv-d idmiatlon for thu ein?? in ti! oiher tcbeoli wa* nnl? JO.
Of ilifl.M*) tru-bnti enployAd la lb? Tanoni Oruamir ind Primarr
Schoo?. or.lv ha. ora Ulleot cr three per cent, failed te report them
telte* for dot? ponctaillr on the d*r of opeting. Of theee, oin? were
dettiti- I hi Hin- ?? buiio/r the Ttc*tii.u onlf une drub occurre.1 amou?
the trichera. m? l....-d lu tb.i Board?ila?! of MU* Rebec.? Harrieon. ia
a*?iiUiit in I'r.'iian- Department ?f Grammar School tia. U, a tsry
worthy ?ni conaclentioui letinher.
The eonijition of lbs tcbool-bnildlnp rentrtltf ippetn te b* rood,
tlthoun'i in a te? tome re, a rt ol t tumor ekamcter tt? uijentlj neoieil.
The sen?-.al condition of the temporary quarter, occupied br the male
?nd female itoartrnenti ofUranaur rich.?.! No. 23. U tu fair. Mrtup*, ti
cool.! be eiprri, J nu I. r the ciretumunceai bat lb? i.uemenl-uoiDte occu
?tni bj the pnuiarv department of laid Behool nee it to b? tburoutblr
cleti??!, illt.nreeted. tod whitewtihed. to realer It St for oee?p?tlon hr
t?- ?(?!!? rt tuil papili, lad auch elean.?iaf, Ac ihould I? ?lo?? without
It ii raj dttr In report that the teheolt of lie Btfhth w,rf ?_?? **"
miuedot the Uti. in.Lat lij in., ?ol fa.led I > uu*rrtb\? \o the tlter
noon. caintrarr to the irereral promiota of l*w reenlturi*; th? a?e?.ona or
the ?chutl?. Priwarv- hchool* Noa. :i ?nd J4. the Pnm*ry Dopartraent of
(elored hchoSl Ko. 2 aad Culoreai Behool No. 5 were alto MM ho
for? the pmiK-r lune. All other tojoolt ander Ibe ibirge of Ibu BotrJ
c. ntmu.d ttwir t? ??ion* until 3 o'clock p. m , ?* requreJ M l*w.
I c??n,-r?tul?te th? Ho?id on th* larg* ?ttrB?*nc? of pupil* ind th? tni
pii-ioei no t.o>encornent ia other nepocti of t new term of the tcbooli.
? mi truit that the ef.rla of th* teacher*. *ad all oilier* eonaeeteil with
their care inJiuairu. ?lou, mar dur.o?: the t. rm he rrowue?! ? ith tuccett.
Hbbbi Ktuota, < it? S?i-not?ii?l*?u
The Trustee? of the Colle?,'b of the city of New-\ork
met, ;tnil directed that the Balarte? of the professor? mid
teuciiers. uuiotitiUnn to t36,uoo, lie psid. A rcqiilsiilon
w.i? i?udo upon Conlrollci touuolly for |l2,uKi, to pay
War DbpabtmbbT, >
Office or the Chi?.? uiosal OrricEB. ?
VV ASHIBOTO?. I). 0., Mept. T, 1871-7 p. Ul. )
iSttiiOr??? for the patt turnnty-four hours
Thr-, tmrumetcr ha? fallou decidedly at tbo
RtKky Mountalu station?. The high prensure north or
Missouri h.is extended lu Influence? ?outh-eaitward to
tbeliulf. The prcMiire contlnne? ?julte low in Florida,
where cloud? and Habt rain continuo. Tbs low barometer
lu Ncw-EuKlaud ha? apparently extended eaatwaro, ana
aaecond area of low prt^Mum, with bri?*? wAe'tv1*
wind?, Is reporter! from lake Ontario. This latter has
probalily come from Iaake Bupertor, with whloh region
teleirraiiliax eommunloatlon ha? been Interrupted for a
weeli. Fro?h uorth-weat wind? ?re reported from the
lakes, ?nd uurtherly wind? in the Oulf Btete?, exoept
Houtheru Florid?, Partially cloudy and clear weather
ha? generally prevailed to-day.
Rliing laaretneter with pleaaant' westby Is probable
for Thuiadsy for the Moutbsru and Gull ?tate?, aud Mi?
ling barometer with cloudy weather lu the North west.
The storm on Lake Ontario will probably move east wara,
aad extend to Maine during the dar.
HORRIBLK MURDER-* TK.VNEBflEE.
NA8Hvn.Lt., Temi., Sept. 97.?About 1* o'clock
yesterday afternoon Sarah Hamblln, wlfs of John C.
Ramblln, left ter boms, on horseback, to visit soms
friend? in the country, aud not returning before night a
messenger wa? ?ent for her, whaa It wss dl?oovered that
she had not reached ber dastinstlon. Search being -?-de
her dead body was found In a oornfleld sbout two miles
from her non_, with her throat cut. She bad evi?
dently lu en Mvtabed and then murdsred. Tua boras
ant f>?itn 1 rirnnln?'Ioo*A. Thern II iinnh ex. It.-meiit.
?units i?i? Dort will .e made Id dud the twiartnitats a?
titi? bold, foul oriuit?.
disraeli'.*, speech xisnrntapBrrED ? ttte
qi-cen's health?MOI trott the sur
FEUERS FBUM THE WEIT ODIA rTt-HICANEB.
LOKDOW, Wednes-sy, ?Wj*. TT. ian.
The Pall Mall Omette denounce? 7V Daily
Telegraph ot this morning for the misinterpretation or a
sentence In Mr. Disraeli's speech In regard to the Qaeen,
as flagrantly dishonest aa ever appeared In aa English
Journal. It declares that If Mr Gladstone MSeps auch
company oa the editors of that journal, none but tbe
rabble will follow bim.
Tho health of Queen Victoria baa not Improved. Mr.
Gladstone la paying her a visit at Balmoral.
A vessel named the Muahroom waa run down aad sunk
yesterday by the steamer Bagb), and two persons
Subscriptions to the amount of ?1,000 have been raised
in Loudon for the sufferer* by th? hurricane and earth?
quake on tbo island of Antigua.
The Princess of Wale? returned to England to-day from
The Daily Neies expresses the hope thnt Mr. Ashbury's
yacht Livoute will meet with fair ular In American
waters, and not lie jockeyed out of any triumphs which of
right belong to her.
Tb? relatives o! the Fenian Informer Talbot, who was
shot and killed several months ago by a tuan named
Kelly, have preferred a claim for _ ),<oo against the City
of Dublin, as couip?insatiou for bis death at tbe bands of
TIIK EMPEROR JOSEPH ABOUT TO A?UMCATF.
Vikmha, Weduesday, Sept. 97, 1871.
A rumor ia current hero that the Emperor
Francis Joseph is seriously disposed ta abdient?-. The
cause assigned Is despond.-ucy at hi? conscious unQtness
for tho constitutional crisis, which threatens tho dissolu?
tion of the Austrian Empire.
THE PEACE CONGRES8.
A NOUr til?SION?Till COMMUN? depended.
Lauaanmi., Wednesday, SopL 37,1871.
The Roasion of the Peace LmffM Congre??,
to-lay, was tumultuous. Many of tbo speaker? defended
? the acts of tho ******* Commune.
rai pr?s?mr state ok the insurrection.
h.-um urn araciA- oonwunmi
Havana. Sept. I?.?One of the moat original
i liiiii,-* ull'ereil to the impartial observer In this land of
sugar and tobucco is the sudden chango in the opinions
of those who call themselves Conservative? and Liberals
at tho sumo time. They believe '.be Cuban Insurrection
completely emin.I and the Republlo destroyed, and the
least news of defeat of Hie Spanish forces, or tho Inva?
sion of a part of the territory already pacified, fills thein
with fear. To the sensation caused Binung the Spaniurds
at the success of the landing of the ex
l"1 Ilium of Quesedrt, succeeded the conviction
that the territory comprising the Villas, Esp?ritu
Santo und Moron * were entirely pacified, and
then fore the fear that the Republicans would suddenly
appear in tho Western Iiepurtmcnt was removed, bocauso
the Spaniards com-ldere?! the trocha impassable, sepa?
rating as It docs the Canagucy and Oriento from the
rest ?if the island. But it lmppeued that. In t-plte of the
lion, .ed trocha, the patriots again im mied Moron, Esp?r?
itu ?Santo, and the Villas, and then the Volunteers became
dismayed and completely discouraged.
The Jurisdiction of Vill.i-Clam has been invaded by the
forces ?if the Republican Commander Femaudo Socar?
ras; and II what the Spaniard?! ?ay la true, the Invading
forces wero ~olng to the Crenaga do Zapnta, a place of
great Importance on account of IU proximity to the
va__Me aagal plantations of the Western Department.
When all believed that lu Trinidad there was perfect Kfe
curlty, suddenly a Republican force apiiearcd in the
\ icimty, ?cued several citizens and soldier?, and killed
six of tho lutter. Other bands have alao appear?? In the
same region; the mott Importent are those under
Jose Vera and Cir?aco Lasa, who was once a slave of the
decea-sed planter. Hefior Cantero. A great many persons
have been Imprisoned, suspected of sympathizing with
tbo Republicans. In tho same place the Spanish soldier
I'laclilo Lsipez (terete was shot for having wounded an
nilli-er. lu the ) i'11 ni let li m of Remedio? and Kit per un
(J into have also appeared force? under tho known and
tiiiM Emilio Espinosa. In the latter place and ?outh
i we rd It seems there are great number? of Republicans,
judging from Um new? glv n by the Spaniard?, that
tim " Gulas ?It? Kotlas " hail killed IS men lu au engage?
ment. Considering the poliry udopied by the Cullin., it
is probable that til" loree., engaged in the tight were
considerable. People who nre acquainted with tue coun?
try, and sympntlnzs with the Cubans, say that the Ke
piil'iicuu torres were coMiniandod by Villegas and a
Kpaalard mun ??! Vlllauilr, who, since February, I86V, has
been la Hie OBttloQ of the lb-public, loved and res(ieuted
by till. It Is reported by the same persons that Lit-o
l'l-iui (reported as killed a long time ago) is uow lu tbo
neighborlio d. II" bin! gone to Camagucy to get sonto
arm- anti munition?! of war brought over by the expedi?
tious lately landed ; liar lug obtained them, be recio-.-rd
tim celebrated troihsL proving nins its lnutility. Tho
trocha was the hope of the spaniards, anti the baaa of the
military combinat ions of Yiilniaarna whose military
genius ha? not yet shown Itself during this campaign.
On the other Mile ol the trocha, women, children, and
old men, suffering slckneai and starvation, have surren?
dered to the flpniiisli troupe, together with some few mon
who i au bar ann-, but who luck the nndaunted courage
neecHHai-y tu liear privations of every kind. In the Elst?
ern Uepurtmeiit, Maximo (?oin? 7., u Dominican Republi?
can (ienenil, and the most distinguished of all who fight
for the mrtependene? af this Island, bravely aud success?
fully utt'teked a?rerai places, chiefly in uuautenumo,
?nd burned to nadies valuable spanish property, cur
ryiag ?iib lim many slave? ami protisiou*. Vin
cciiu- Catite and Molesto Diaz do not re?
main itlie, nor Jesus Perez, whose forens
an- the best org.mizcil iu the liberating anny. In Tunas
ami the Burrouudlng country tho Republican element is
very strong, aud tim Cuban ranks have been Increased
by additions from among the Spanish sol Hum. The lol
lowing proclamation, issued by the Captain (?.lierai,
show? that tho Spanish ?illina* aro not as faUhlul a?
Hi _y ure rcpri-sented :
? To the Insurgent Hands of Tunas : The resources of
this im isdicuou being so oxhausted, and it being at
a great distance, from the active opcratioua of
the armies, you have be.cn cuubled to enjoy a
relativo tranquillity which he who ii lu open rebellion
against the laus must not expeet to last forever. For
you has arrived the timo of expiation. It is necessary
that the assassins of our sick soldiers receive
their punishment ; it is necessary that the dead soldier?
nulli!mol by you should havo earnest companions ready
to punish those piotuuations; and, with this object, I
have lsaiied orders to all the columns to surround you
everywhere. Only u truo and -minen repentance may
mulgate your faults and diminish tho punishment you
meru ; lay down your arm? benn o the first lorces attack?
ing you, or tekc the consequences of your stirbboruucss.
And you who, badly advise.I,descried from the army to
,ipin ..i in the ii..?ai n .si.?ii, seize those you call your
chiefs to-day, und ilelrver them up to the first troops you
see In your iront, uvoidlng in this way the penalty the
ordinances impose upon j mi. There is a way for you yet
which may lead you to the homo of your fathers; take
It, or sutler Uni penalty fixed in the nnliuty ?do to de?
serters lu campaign."
The activity observed among the Cubans Is owing to
the expeditions landed by Codinn, Quecada, aud Aguero.
The spanish papers huvo not said a word about the first
and the last, aud th)? leads mo to believe that they did
Bot know of the landing lu time. There are ?onie fear?
enter?lned In the Jurisdiction of Colou?one of the rich
eat of Cuba?caused by the discovery of niauy tin boxes
of petroleum aud some other ob|<-ot* good for setting fire
to the plantations. The people ussert that those objects
belong to runaway slaves. As long as the Cuhaus do
not form a strong army in the Eastern Deperttneut, an
army which will act uuder the command of a geueral-iu
elilof, Bo that they may with ?ucueas fight pitched
battles, they will hu veto wait for t-onie time before they
gather the fruit? of liberty. They waut anus and ammu?
nition more than men, and when they huvo those thing?
l?ey may ullord to give up the policy of dootroylng
houses and sugar plantation-.
ItiL FOULS ? FLEES IN WISCONSIN.
TIIK SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN DEVASTATED
HOUSE rt, STOKES, AND VI BBS DESTROYED?
THE CONFLAGRATION STILL IN PROGRESS.
Milwaukee, Sept. 27.?Later n*-_ from the
fire raging along the coast of Lake Michigan between
Mauitowoc and Ahuapee, ?tate? that the flames are sweep?
ing away bouses, barna, stores, _od piara In its course.
Henry Marshall of thi? city, who eaeaped through the
Ure at tbe risk of his life, and wbo?e horses were bsdly
scorched, coanted n bouse* snd barn? reduced to ashes.
Tbe losses in Kewanee County will reaoh a quarter of a
million of dollar?. The famille? are burying their house?
hold goods In the ground to as ve them. As sil communi?
cation has been oat oft, the exact sltaatloa eannat be
oscertslned, but it le feared tbst, unless rate seta te, the
damage and looa of life will be fearful. The wella are
all dried up, snd the Lake la the oalyrosort tor water.
A rOR-ST FIRE I-f UTAH.
Salt Laki Citt, Sept. ?7.-A tremendous
Are Is raging in the timber of tae Bog Cottonwood Mining
DUtrlct. The town of Silver Spring? narrowly eaeaped
destruction. Taree eaUre towo^ps were swept by tb?
(temes. Several vaiea-le asU-a ara ??i la danger.
Albaj?t, N. Y., Sept. S?.-T-B Epkoopal Dto.
cesan Oouveutiou mat la St. Peter'? Chart- thU morning.
The attendance waa Urge. Toa aurala? prayer was
preceded by the ?ssewbllng of the clergy as ti? real
denes of tbe lector of St. Peter'* Chut?i, thaler. Wo.
H. Am veiy, w braco tbe/ walked In prensas tun. clothed la
tbete mua i rubes, te tt? ?bore-, wbeie religioaa eemeee
were bald. -? Vit rio?* of the service* the convention
iM-ganlsad f.?r the |NM-Maa me*ting Tbefollowtagare
Us u_-?r? of Hi- '?Bisnlinr ? tue hi. Uev. Wu_ U?xwo_
Doaae, 8. T. D., PrattIdeat; the Rev. George C Pennen.
Secretary: tbe 1er. George nabar, UB-BB Bimafaryi
ead 8. S Marvin, Ti easter. Altar a ?bort ported apaat
la transacting routine boslne?. a reoeea waa taken ?11
8 D. a. Tbi* evening a rateaionary meeting will be bald.
when sddreeaes will be made bj tbe Bishop, clergy, and
laity. About so clergymen aad BOB lay delegate* will be
U atteadaaoe at tbe Convention. Ameag tbe dletln
guj?iied otergymen pr?sent la the Lord-iti?hop of ?aman,
ii. P. e\t the afternoon session various OomuiiUee? wara
A REFORM IN EPISCOPAL CHURCH POIr
THE DIOCESAN CONTENTIO!*?A* INDEPENDBIfr
The annual Protestant Kpiacopal Convention
of the Dlooeae of Eastern New-York opened yeatertlny
at St. John's Churoh. te Varlck-st. Bishop Potter of thia
diocese, and Bishop Quteterd of Tennessee wero present
te tbo cbanceL The sermon, pn-ocbed by tbe Rev.
(Merge H. Houghton, D. D.. was an exhortation to the
members ot the Convention to act In a spirit of unity and
brotnerly tero. After Urn aermon Bishop Potter sarnia
lstered the Communion. The Convention tteelf was
called to order st 1 o'clock p. m., the Bishop of the
diocese, presiding, and the afternoon session was
?evatt! to the organization of the bax ly
Man? of the delegate, fruin the eouutr. hs.t
failed to arrive te time te attcu I this seddon, ?nd th?
roll of meint* rs was, therefore. Incomplete. Tbe Re.
William E. Elgenhi-odt,D.D., waa retained ?s Saxretary'
and Oen. George W. Morrell and Mr. Rugglca were ap?
pointed a CvuimttUe on Crorteotlnls. The only matter of
interest at the session waa the relouai of the applications
for admission to the diocose of Crace Church. Millbrook,
I io i chess County, mi1' the freo Church of Mt. Mary Uie
Virgin. The refussl to admit these churches was based,
in tim first case, on non-coiupllance with certain legal
regulations, and in tho second esme, on the ground that
the tenets held by tbe church were not explicitly stated
Tbo most interesting event of tbe Convention was the
informal meeting held last night by some of the mem?
ber?, te the Sunday-school roora of St. Ann's Church,
t?igh te cn t h-si. The meeting Was a sort of general caucus
of members, without reference to church politics, held
for the discussion of certain business features of the Con?
vention. It seem? that the elect ion of officers of tho Con
vc ut um bus heretofore been ?xiuducted in a method which
many of the reverend and lay member? of the Churoh in
this diocese deemed objectionsblu. Tue Secrctery con?
sulted with the Bishop, and a few others whom he selected
and acting mi the advice thus gained, arranged the ticket
himself. Tills ticket was laid uef-ra Ute Convention and
always elected. It waa thought by many that this was
not lu accordance with the spirit of progress which should
animate the ( 'burch,?uni that beyond this it did not farrly
represent the Convention, Inasmuch as it excluded tho
minority from any representation. A meeting wa? held
ou Tin . dar night, and a committee appointed to make
up a ticket, and test night this Committee was to report.
The meeting was presided over by the Kov. Dr. (tours,
rector of 8t. Timothy's (.'haren. Prior to hearing
the i eport of the Committee, several of the reverend
delegates addressed the members in cxplauatlou
of the necessity for rotation In ofiloe, and the infusion of
uow lite aud additional vigor lute the vaiioua OB?Ma It
was claimed l?v tims ? gentlemen that i be retention of
the same gentlemen In office did not give the various
si bonis ot thought that representation which alone could
inure to the ultimate benefit of the Church at large. Tho
Rev. Dr. Tuttle said that he had heard the idea of hold?
ing a caucus spoken of In disparaging terms, but the pre?
vailing impression waa that a fair and manly discussion
of the matter, upeu to every one, wa* perfectly proper
aud in accordance with the spirit of the Church,
inasmuch a? the controversy did not trench
on doctrinal points. The report of the Committee
wn? finally read, It being prevteusly explained that in
making the ticket the placing of the same names on dil
ferent Committee? had bien avoided a? ter as it wa?
poHsiblo. The ticket wa? then read, and it wa? resolved
to place it in nomination before the Convention! to-day.
The following are the nominations :
OK.uni- to TBS rxosRAL council.
(*?*? Bted T. Ilaicli t. O. b. ? Otto. B. Drain, U. D ; Cornerina P.
s? i?- Ii. D.; Maand il.>lling?ortb. ti. D. ; A. II. Carier. 1> l>., I ran .a
Vitrou. l>. U. ; K. A. Wat-lsm. I). 0J Ii. K. boor. _
Aaymen?BtoSaSB t. Nia*, liolw.t B. Parrot!, (?en C'o W. Horrell.
Andrew li. boulau. Charl? I rae/, Jaaira V. ti* l'eyeler, bdatarJ
Ilai.b', (ir?,r,a C. Miller
f Ititi-h. B. B_?. ti. I).. Jain.-a Sur- Clark. Charlea Baheork.
(?.?.ru- II. Il..a?lit?_. D. D., Il C. l'otter. U. I).
Lutmen?Oatt** C. Colline, Jarata Poll, Hamiltos Brace. William
M. Kiupland. Wa. Ii. AjplawelL
C7/.w-.M..r/an Dix. I). P.. William E. Kig.'nbrrjJI. D. D., William V
Montan, D. il . I ?aiu- II. l'otite. I?. II.
?lymrn?.suulieo 1'. Naab, Llu, il M. Well,, lie-rr Driller, LL. D.,
1 his ticket embraces the names of clergymen and lay?
men of High (.'hurt-li, Broad, mid Low Church proclivi?
ties. After the taucus members went to attend the re?
ception held by li.-hop I'ouor at his re???euee, Mo. ?B
" HING" ON TIIK WHITE EARTH RESERVATION
?REMOVAL OF TUE CHEROKEE- IN NORTH
Washington, Sept. 27.?Gen. John A. Logan
seut a telegram to the Secretary of the Interior to-day
stating that be hail received a dispatch from Indian
Agent Whom at Fort Laramie, who represents that a
"ring" Is runuiug the White Earth Reservation in
Dakota Territory, and unless it 1? broken up, be, Agent
Wham, fears serious trouble.
Col. Cox and friend Lang go to North Carolina to-mor?
row night to remove the Cherokee? to the Indian Terri?
tory. Clothing and other supplies have already been
forwarded. The ?ecretary of the Interior ho? sent these
Indians an minns?, through the Commission, assuring
them of the continued protection, good faith, and tmd
ness of the Government.
It Is understood that the papers in the Hodge Court
Mart lui oast) have been received at the War Department.
It is by no means probable that the sentence will bo pro?
mulgated until after It? approval by the President.
There Is no doubt, however, that it will be matte public
at the earliest possible moment after the return lui o of
AFFAIRS IN UTAH.
IMPORT\NT DECISION IN THE ?. 9. DISTRICT
COURT?POLYGAMOUS JUROR? REJECTED.
Salt Lake City, Sept. 27.?In relation to the
challenging und rejection of Elders George Q. Cannon,
H. B. Clufson, and James Townsend, as grand Jorors,
they having testified that polygamy is one of the funda?
mental doctrines of the Church of which they are mem?
bers, that they believe that polygamy Is ?r?v?lation
from God to that ( huron, and that they do not believe
that a mun living In polygamy is guilty of adultery,
Chief-Justice McKean has Just pronounced tbe following
'? The ?ophlam hy which polygamy is sought to be Justi?
fied, as lielng In harmony with American civilization, la
that polygamy i? a religious practice ; that religious tol?
eration 1? one of the fuu lamentai principle* of American
Institutions and of the Federal Constitution, aud that,
therefore, polygamy Is protected by the Constitution.
and all laws enacted against it are unconstitutional. If
the mass of the American people were barbarians, or if
the patriarchs I or the tribal system of government pre?
vailed among them, it is needles.? to say that our Consti?
tution and institutions could not exist. It is not a little
huiulllnting that it should seem to be necessary to add
that our Constitution and Institutions do not
require, nay do not permit the toleration of
any practice which wages war u goliat the
custonce. of civilization. There have been religions
which have required the offering up of human sacrifices
to the sun, and tho cttstiug of infant children to the
..ne?...iii s of the Ganges. But, if such deeds wero done
lu this country, la there lu all the land one man so dis?
honest that he would attempt to Justify them by the plea
, of religious toleration 1 But why waste time In discuss?
ing suoh a proposition ;ts that Involved te this easel
When the burglar is a fit Juror to Inquire
Into the rrimo of burglary ; when the robber
is a fit Juror to inquire Into the crime of larceny; wheu
the assassin is a fit Juror to inquire Into the crime of mur?
der, then tho bigami&t, who swear? lu substance that
crimes are his religion, may he a fit Juror to inquire Into
the crimes of bigamy aud adultery. But, thanks to cen?
turies of Christian civilisation, that time ia not now; aud,
Judging from the steudy progress of the human race,that
time will never come. The challenge Is sustained, and
the tu ive J uiora named are rejected."
_Prince Iii .ntirc k will remain in Berlin until
tbe opening of the German K?-.?lnta(, on Um Ulli of Oetotier.
....The Grand Irtxig. of the Locomotive Firemen's
I'm.? baa elet-tnt tbe i...!...rim narae<l officer? (or ter mu?an jt-ar:
liranii Msaier. Iltur? H?|?mai) of rxbrseclady, tt. V. | Vi???(? r.u.l Maa
ter. John \ liaibem of ToroDlo, C. W. j Cr aad -ecreUrr, Ina* bosk of
Uitrahuah, K. V.
_At a meeting of the Trnsteea of Lafayette Col?
lege, la Ba.taa Pens., rriWrder. Mr. A. Panie? ol Hallet?? far? $_)),
COI (or th? rreelion of a new hal Minx f?r *b* Srteolifc- D>|*rtraenl, tim
Treat*-. a?r~eief to ralee aa erjaal na tor tbe geaeral eudew-eat.
Thomee D.__wa, Praeiutal of the Ha??rai- and M __oo Caaal Oo_i_or,
waa ?lacla?! a Traealee ?f the Colletr.
_The Nation? Connell of United American Mrv
ehasle* bal alerted tbe followlog<?__?)* ?mern tot (Se rowing ?ear:
Hit ?mai CeaiKSlor, Abner tSperha, New-Y ort, VieoComeilor. Harry
V. ?ndenos. Near-Yelki Meeittery, A. H. .ed?treats oT Pra-rrlraala;
Treaaunr, lube Walker af Mania?- : II ?rabal, I. Q. -oboioi of Maasa
chaecua ? aad Pruiactor, X. Q. Xeatna of I -liase.
The stock of the __gfl.ni Nuraery at Fluah
tng, consisting of upward of l,orxMMa tia??, will he, saM at
suction by Johnson ?_ Millar, commenelag Tueaday, Oct.
I, the sale to continue from day U day until the entire
?lock la dispon??! of. The nursery la en old ona, and la
well atoc_ca with all varieties of fruit, ornamental and
abada tree?, Including a large number of oholee ever?
green?. There la also a largestoek ol evergreen, lunlper
?nd arbor vita? trees, which are aald to be the finest In
Usoaontry. ?iireerjrmen aad others will tad Als aa
unos-ally favorable opportunity te replenish theta- stoek.
J?ersou? ieairin? to altead the sale wUltaks tbe rtorth
Hhorts HaU-oad via James?ip and T_lrty-_ur_?t.
The ?rubject of wo-jan'n right* or wrong?,
or both, has even psaetratad Ia?at aad the chief de
elalaaer there U a lady bearing tbe very HI?loalsh name
of Bree Bungamba ilaree, who tattara* la ?fee prtasipal
cities With much
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Ik***) *m\\mr?l*-1,vOa 1*1?. _l?.nr llu,?*? hu.? ?aaai -?- -?
mnLk*****m, M. (J., ?arpt ?r-SisriU l.r-iatlaa Ir?. R?*?? Irm ??
?.' do tor Hir_-?d. ead ti ? for?lo. L Cram TbIBIMIBI ela*, at
a? fe? talla? Uti) sal #1 la M Vlrsta. T*f ?mit ? ?I ?*?
LATEST SHIP NEWS.
I*y>re4herghtpwet*?rat Third Fage\
fteeetehr? Ummtrl. mturkttt, KaraMfaai. t% ?tt-?*?? aaJ ???a I
BiVrtflphi? (of lattwraeel, IT, A), Mrlaaaah, Trtaldad ?dara. *?*
Hawptee lUaSt ? St;t, wit* a?)****?
TreieUeT. tTewher?. g C. Liar!? Brae*. Ot**vAtma. a? ?X
Jarla IWkle?, Alaa-adi? NeSte Be?edl?*. Ballia
H. l-artee. f IrrlBii. W. 0. Betta?. ViaraW
A. Ttrn?r, Vlctjala. awMaaM*. vtrtiii?.
?taK iWlia Trrtll. fairR-er "
Ja*. Bli?, ?ot-ata. hiBftaa. Paertethrt.
Leer? Biiteaaa. Ht Ht a .-??a, Mew Leeewe.
Mriaasti, FrytMeth. I. **, Ni?nate*e. Partite*.
M. A. Pr-daur?, It?-ieeet. K. T. trisa?, Pnrtueea?
Pie*?* Machi**, ulm Brtitari. IS li let-, ?A
H A. neerin. Paru??!. 01. ' Mall. Orteawiah.
Chea, P. rtttehlat. ??w?bbb?I Aaatma atttrte ?tarli?-.
D. A. Bern. Proridence. Vi***? Qmru Preti BaBBB
i H riunteU.rritiiienuu. Wijlitrtlwri.
Rn.ua k Elie?. Utr 'ort. J**. Tints, roeibtA.
Jaerah filmer. New H ???. P. P. frad?. ?iwKim.
Oeldti UmtM. New-Beulete. B-ty. utmUtb, Vaw-BtwIkwA,
Iledann New-Load??, J atti A?CrewBaw, ?lamil,
Key, Dttratoa. 14a ?ghee. ttnuUtftrX
Predeala.liw.HtTa?. ??>. W a-iataJ, hew Ha??t.
Iwlpki. Ntw-IUt-a. Jaita latiftw. Patt bbbMbbb.
Wr*. Moa**. 1'ort Johteea. T. Pahel Pen Jtaeaee.
<le?. S. Pito?, Part Jeaatw*. J M. Ka-BL P?i lotmtrm.
h A. Fortrtb. Part ieaaeaa. Get. SaaM, Partiiakata
epebSc. P.rt Jehtmr.. Wr I rt_jBw, Pert l?ha*ee.
li. Wella-aa. New line?. HaiiSta law-Hat??.
rolla? KnitSt, Hock aad. I??eert H. tH-lh. Ht-t-BatMaaSL
Marr Potter. X.aierk?!. ? U. W?etworBb Cakav
Bt??riA WMtarlj. .Hiahiii-jiJr, PlltldltBa.
H. H. Mooni, ProT-eeac?. ?. le Bel*?. ProTtoei.ee.
?Wat. Prorldesoe. Lner Bakar. Prertileocr.
Urttii Bril Prirn'roet. Marr Miller. Pi-.rtd.rac?.
A M. Aefcta. Preridcaee. I? R. Kelli. Br??*os.
Atsuautt, l?r??v'e?he .. Chara, Mew-IU???.
t. P II li m ??i I hariet Weoi<er. New Oar-a.
??te la?llek. Mtuyon. I. K. Melftt, Metella.
Satabbab Oa. Set?, n._An..tw ?Ma?Ma? Maawelia. tree?
___"_*? Jb-BbwK flea Hew-Yeriti wreckiaf Ke??_n.p A. ?1
m_^?T?5,i"a?:-?aji?_,e_, f?r New lork far eua! Cle?j?.l, wtaeh
_**r,"**-?~- Wb__, lar ??t-Toik; mar. Prsak Ula*. U* Sa,
Mjrjft. ia balle?!
p__\___??\__ma_ tumi, r.-jjaultd, a. t?M? N?rrh 0*ie6t*,?W
Ba.a_*ce. _mt?4. -ark lum Billia*?-. IW P??-rrh Reed*.
. __ pokkxum POETS.
Lo?iioB 0ept 17.-.Tk? Berth Ornate Llord tlaataihip? Doaaa*
Cap? Krait. Irem HewT?rk Som. U. tad tht Matta, Cl < B~k?B???_,
?eeded fc B 'lJmm** ""?fc'"r'" m sturtlsg, ?ad ?m>
Headqaartcre tar tskat?t TTrUtkaaa Wtttchea,
POT??a It Ce, n BeetVtt. N?w-T?rk.
taMMlMSf Ike bbbbbbVSbbbbbM ht ?BtaewSHBatw Aeeete?
Weddin? ?nA VIsltlM Cnreie, laHlal Staarw*? Belt P?ete
Wa. kvaaoBU.'! Som. IM Pbltob te., orr. Oto Pavea Cttctwa.
BATtBT-HIAOHT-Ot Taudat. Sea?.?, it the itMoVaee ?I* Mat
brtd.-'i per -nia. br th? Batt. Kienerd Meredith, AaSrew J. Beiltf I? U.
Bunal, dau^bia-r of Uitrj Ia. Bl*?!?, ah a< lieeeklra. h? ?__.
BEOWKR?HAKTLBY?O* Tdfttdar eienl*?. Vpt M. it lb? Madlasa.
?qaare Pre* .rtorun Church, M th? Ret. I???? tv HarUir of I? .lavk-l
ri.iia, Join Lefor Brewer le AJeaa U, roeacet ttaafkler ol EoUrt BL
DISIIKOW-PERKISS?Ob Tharalay, th? Hit laat. at th? re* deaea ef
the tin.te'i pareuta. Pert Wiih.aarUrv, M. T.. br th? Bev. b*nJ .'
ta.le., I). V., utMtltd br th? Ret. Dr. Richard H, Dickiitoa. Mr. Thaw.
A. Lnibrww of Util at j I? Mia* Lae;, d.?,htef W Um** B. Ptrfctaa
ryj. Ko cania ,
TAIT?MAOABTHT-Ob Bepl. 14, at Pr-.rih-?A. M. B. Cbtrrh. br
Ker Oat?. HttUmaa, John Otu. Tail aad Ataen taeeratia M*e*rth/.?l
of ti ndt?. ' /
THOMPflO.V-COROVKR-Ia BewT.rt. May ?4. he the Bar. Wa.
aUkuta, D. li., Duttot ef Sprltt?-?!. Pie* i/tenaa Church, W. A.
Thoiru^oa to L;dla M. Coooter, beth of KreaheU? li. J.
Freehold, K. J., perier? etta?? e ?pr
VAM HIPBR?RIPLBY-Oa B>p4 TI, b? Rer. R. 0. Hwe??at" O.
H. H. i*,, alter te Qram Part?a?-, ?aagtiltw et Wa, U. Kiplef
ef Oil* eil/. _
AU Notices of Mamaget mutt be indorsed with furn
natte and aeidrett. ^^^^^^^^^^
ALDBV?In ibit tpf, ob Wedaetdiy aoruiag, Sept. ?7, C?rae!?a Hoatte?
well, wife of Jin? W. Aldea.
BeKutOB aad fr?en?!* of cae ?itailr, ?Be _M_?*aj of IL? Slaatee-et.
Hip ,?t Chareit. Me ra.peetfallr mt itext te iMeatt the fluir?! fr*ei ha?
lal? reaiiaewe^iil Hecead ave., ?a 8*t?i_i. 3Mh laat. at 1 p ra.
BCRShrrT-?9B Wedueeii/, Ses?. ?7, Lore*?? D. Barden, (a IS? tttb
?ear of bit aie.
Notice of the fanera! bertwfter.
PAV18-AI M;Mle, Cesa., Sept ?, Hirt P. Darli, ia the 68th rear ?I
Ibefrr-.li of tb* finnie ?re re*pectf*llr io?real te ? Head hi? fanerai
on Prk,*?, the ."Jib mat., ?t I ?'cloek p. at., froa hit late rc-aaenaa. ??
Weat Twenlr-fillh su The reatta?* will be tekea te oreeowo???! fas
Ft-HKR-Seildenlt-, en "etnrdaT. tMlnel.it Spe*e?r, TVtrt Te?. M.
T., Jaaea II. Ptahcr. i?te ol thi* Mty. ia the 11th rnr of hut ?ty.
B AINK8?At Patvthkicpaie, oa Sesead dar a?rala?. **? teat., Knaklta
Htiat*. in the 74th /ear of hit af?.
IleliUte* anal friend* a;? ?Tiled ?a? ?ttend hi* Araeral ee Fifth da; *Aer
aeae, the 23th, at ? o'clock, (Toa hu late teatlease, Na. ?J Um!?
Haai't?? _ Cama??? ?ill tea ia waltina, apea the traill el the lu-.?
? clock tra?a flea Ntw-Xor?.
Philadctpm* paper* plea?? eopr.
HOPP1HO?Mrs. Pbebe W., relict ?f J*a?a F t?epte?. ?a We*Ue**a,,
Hth iuL, lath? (Mth rear of her a??.
Funeral ??.mee wiUhenekl at 11 a. bl. Prhlay, JSxh rael, it btv late
rreuieace, Columbia, Morris Ce?. B. J.
JOBBS-Oti Wedaetdtr, Sept. 77, Kill* 0 , witt of Chat, ti Jone?.
RcliUrw ?nd friea?i of tie lamil? tre re?pe?-t.ullr inriled to altead th?
taaeral from St Johi'i Chareh, al Cold H| r.B|, U L, oa S*tard*r, the
M_ But?, at 7 0 clack. Carriage? ?rill be la waitiaf tt hreiMi ?sue
thrirriral of the train tilt BBBM Hinter'I Point, ?I 8:3? *. a. -*?
tarBinf trala letTea tjntsti it 5 B. bl
SANDIUVION-Oa We-tmUy aortiajj, Sept. ti, UTI, Han- Bl ??at
?on, ia the Mtb rear of hi.? *?e?
Panerai umlrui hum tb? (*Aareb of the BhsBBBB, eeroer P*rk it?. aaS
Thin ? fourtJi-t?.. l-'iid?? aoralBg. at 1? ?'?lurk a a. Bein ne?, fr.eada,
an? tia aaatcal protealoa *re re*pe?tlalljr turtle?.
SCRIBNRB?Ia Daeerae, Bwitteriaad, Aafutl U, tt trphoid fut?.
Charle* Saribner. i?td ?Dttirt.
Tht rehttiTe? tad friend* ara -?apeartftll r lafornetl that the ftneetl wil
lair pl*et aa Kr.d*? Sept. 29. al IO .?'clock t. a., la the Ur.rk Church,
eorr.er orThinj-trTBalh-at tad fifth tie
TITOS?On Wednettdij. Sept 97. Delea? K. Tit??, ?got 41 yttwu.
The reluira* ?ud Mead* un roanect/Bilr laTitad to altead thal
froa *M We.t Fortirtb ?t, ea Priday, Bep*. ?, it 1 ?-clock.
The Kxrentlve <?eaawlttM fef th? CtTIZBNS aad TAX.
PAYERS for the PINA8CUL URFORM ef the CITT Bed COL'MTl
The unili-rtiined, meei ten ef the 8ah-Coaralttea en Wiri tutd Metas,
retpectfallr toDcit ?ubecnptioa* le the Fiad fer dtfrtjriaf the ?i?ii?t
of the atioT? C'ataiaittee of hwtaatr la perfontiag Xb? delr detol?e4 ??a?
that Committee it the meeting h*ld ?t tia Cooper Union, ob Mondar
eieniLt. Mepteaner 4, lill. Bach mbtcriptioai aay ha wat te Bau
Saaer, e?q. Treuerer at Be ISO Braadw*/; to ?.thar of the i_td?ntfB?S.
?r to coli.icWra.iul? ippomteJ for tb? perpttee, who will thew taet?
JAMK8 M. BROWN, PAUL if. 8POPFOBD.
HKNKY CI.BW.1. WASHIBOTOB B. VKRMICIB,
8AM L D. BABCOCK. WM. M. FLi 'iiiS,
B. B. rHKRMAK, J. BBUOMAJf.
JHO. A. 8TBWABT, BUOBBB BALU?.
HKNKY O. STKHBI.SS. Ckairaaa. I m_.ntu-.
_WM._P. HAVEMKYKR.Jt'iie-CitalraaB. J ?a**atam> _
The Exeeatlve Csmaltteeaf Cltlaeaa aatt Taxa??yew?
for Ike Financial Keform ef the City aad Coitntr ?S
Ne w? VorU.? 1 he Coamitle* to Rnrain? inte We Al?ete?! !'. tod? ?ej
the City tnd Ctranty of New-York e.rnrailr mitti all ctuiea? who bate
a perte all knowlcl ^c of f?ct* which wouiti be of ?ertioe le the C? uauta?
to Bend ? written M?t?aent of the atme', *iktr<?..d to ile C.'umitlee.
Potl-Offtc? Box 2,3U. WILLIAM !I. WUK li AM. Ch_,raaa.
JACKSON 8. 8CUULTZ, (.KO. C. B.tMilli li',
frkdel 8ciack. j. m. iulsted.
john whkblkb. JOskph biumkxthal,
J. J. O'DONOllUB,_ISAAC H. BAlLli?._
K. de. H. T. Ambon? & Ce.,
OITOSITB MBTBOPOLITAil lit).?..
No. 391 BROADWAT,
dil ?l-.-Btion to the (BllowiBf B??eliiec
ROBINSON k CllBBRIlala'S CLOUU AND 8BA BPKRITS. Al?
Late prue thea. A 8 pertoa? of tatte ihoaid t- lect lome They hate ttr*
catTcd twenty aeren aed*l* ia Baroue.
QtTERNATIONAL BXH1BITI0N. cHereo, atqaiiB?.
Q8RMAN BTCDIB8, hy Hinch.
BWOU8H Maa??8, flea Leeda? SBttae Ceapaay.
BKHiiy BELLB8, froa Lcaratche* tad oil en.
LAMTKRN 8LI0B8, new, piala, aad colored.
MILK VkXVET PASSI-PABTOUTK, neweet ?tyle?.
8TATCART. tteraeaoopie. aaw, ead beaalllul.
VIEWS OP INDIA, reatrktbly Inc.
BNGLISH CFXEBRITlK.-i, choice collection.
0RAPB08C0PB8, a fieak iaporuti??.
ACTBKSSI?. hy Seastty. Uaewer. H.well, Brady.
CALLA LILT, ts exonlait* new chroBM.
gtUIiHKD BT It RUF.ROS. Brarorl.
PBITH'S UNI YKBNAL 8KB1E8. Beartlfal lilO phete* of til nutt?
of lb? world.
IMPKBI AL PALACES AND BOMB, hy Ltntr. Terr las.
ALBl'MS. CHROMO??, PRAMB8. STUCK.?.SCOPBS. VIBWa
P0NTI8 MBOBLB1-O8COPI? AND THAN: .' IRK.ICI KM.
K. ?ft H. T. ANTHONY e% Co.,
Ko. SOI BBOADWAI.
- I.lfe Aetoelallua at Aaaarlea.
OFF I CB. B BHOADWAT, KEW TOBK.
BaMy and fair telara ta pelley-bolit-a. Beaaeay aad enerf ? ia aa?
11_.mil All prolU Kjuitahly dl?idr?l a-~a( potxy?hohaera.
Polirta rtoa-ferftiaa?. fair tortenSar taree ?ettaateed hy rhartar.
Brary Biete bbMSSSSI sara re, imaat.ia ia the Oan?nl Bttaitl at
Dinctera. WILLIAM BARNES. Acitury.
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Whia? Preach CMw Diawa Beta, 1ST ptaaaa, ?.a, Whit? Pt?ah
CMyg Tee Strtt, tt Bttesa, WtUtj Celt??? Chaaher Set?, U pttott (*?
*U*k teedi), tM IS, iTeey-haedUd Diaaer h_-*e (Whadlild aahrt. ?* ?
thadattee, ?Irrer pla led Tea ?.rta, t ?Maa* k?M ?Uta. Biataiiaity ?Be
pam, tt* IS-, BUtwytoWd (aBBhtte,? mt mt?Ub, a?t?.?*****_?__
tah? Baakali, S?. Aba, a Urra aiirtBMil at* CatSa?? tad itltmtU
' (toveaty^tesB n??*Wtw*rT?w?jtaa i mi lisi?is
?0Tl?3B.-ie*aat>w?t?-Sa*\aiaBHIiB f?*Wt**f\ tmmM?
?l??_iB?wtwTHUlT?-?w<By)*\jriiiltlB?1 l??l?faw??.aa |-Tt-1?
MmWtt P. MAWna. uam
i?mt mptwamtfam. ?waTBtaaa. .. _ ...?,
r t-r^-DuUue bnm Uti
ffaaaaai *a* ?**?"? w?f ??*?*
A^raa>??AMni bwtlay %?umook fe Ot, ill Br?adw.r
muammuTmtimi t?fis_*'?tittm ?*ttsm7~~ '
aaa?M)?V? Mattett'-The Milli for Knees? Xftttr. ' the Vari -'
?Balta? ?ATI HUAT, ."??pi ? l?ni, ?ill e'.u- * thi? ?a<v ua Terell, et
lit ? 1? ?>? *A?dae?dty it II le., ?a l'burvl? ti 111 a, a lui ?a ?al
,ri*; ?I II a. PU. iOkt?. Parta-Uta.