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THIS NEW YORK SUN.
PATL'BDAT MOSKiyq, ocTOTlRR I, MX
lrrrM la Aaiirla.
Tiir lit war wonderfully n,ulcken,l the mind,
eft who control the policy of the Auttrlto
lieverrinieot. IT-hv diecovered. tlat (Ten
legitimacy" cannot uWy depend up0 mm,,,,,
fore for M m!ateiijifnd tint tubjocl. have
rifibli widen Emperor, thould respect. Wo hitva
Str-ade noticed th Imperial decree, Issued ilncc
tha clone of It-, conlerrlnfr upon lha nnn
ClWJc MbjecU of Fraicm Jonrni, In Ilun
Ery, Croatia tod SUvonla, a measure of civil
, tad political freedom nLkh th hayj not hith
.tWntJojtil, Tb decree grant to th lv'
ndpat.IkxtrciM0fJl" .ertanti the free
tie. Nw ctnf 4elr Wilgtoai cere mo-
.jnlnbtsfo -" ,-M av be erected, and their
ul hav onreetric'eJ freedom In their
-4ilng, u wU u In the administration of the
McnacDtt, baptism. merrUiCf, and other
chart- ordinance. Tb deme, as nillit l
IrJrrmI, he given RTat satisfaction at Vienna,
It U expected to proilnc a l'.trr Mlntf
towvrd Auattla throughout tb Oermanic Cn-
It U further Mated, that another decree, d
lined to regulate, In a nnlfbrm manner, ami upon
liberal princliJw, rrlietioui worship In th Jew
Uk synairo, In Austria, will toon bo Issued.
Under It, the Jews will acquire th civil and
political rights (f which they bav Ion beon
deprived In AutUia. They will cease to beex
cledej fwaa th risbt of hot!in lainled irop-ertT-,
and U1 be enabled to enter fwlj' into any
InJaatrial or ooanmerclal oprrallnoi permitted to
ether fubjreu. In fact, It ii expected that all
persona, batTr their crevl, will I ahimilat I
to Comaa Catbolka In tb free exercise of tbeir
religion, and lathe esercUa of tbelr chil and
political right. Thliwilll peat liter, for
varifor Anatita, ami remove from her a itlg
ma wUi.li has alienated tba finjthii of th
liberal -mlnJM wen of all countlie.
TV Two Mtll.e ui II alf Debt.
Mast of etir cilliena are not awar that they
Kill be called upon at the approaching- Mat
election, to vote upon a proposed amendment of
the Constitution, to proride for th payment of
an ueconilttuttonal canal debt of two and a half
mink dollar. Iboee who have bad the mu
ageroont of th financial affair of the State, 1
umed the rMponrlbillty of making contracts,
and laeulng ilrafli to the contractors, In pay
ment, In direct violation of tb provisions of I lie
Constitution. To redeem these drafts, an amend
ment to the Constitution Is necessary, and tlis
Legislature pro Ided last w Inter for tl.o submis
sion of such an amendment to the 4ople.
Both the jiolitieal parties, In tbeir State Con
ventions, hay ncommendd th redemption of
th unconstitutional draft, ami as th people of
Nw York are opposed to anv thing Ilk repudia
tion, th constitutional amendment will, un
douttedlr, be carried. Hut, at lb same time,
they owe It te themselves to condemn, In an
emphatic manner, the reckless conduct which
baa I posed them unnecessarily tolmreasod tax
ation. The Canals have been a fruitful source of
speculation, corruption, and fraud, and we fear
that they will continue , while the; arc under
A lIlSTOHT 'K TIIIC tVllld I'aiiTT. I!$lt.ifi:
AihUyOrmtty. Jfcatou : Ca'isnv, hfiiijiuaa A Co.,
This Is tninrlnd as burrlm! irlanm at ItiM nr
ty, with a description of some of 1U main foa- I
tures, and the process by w hlcb political organU
rations are effucte.1. It also outline) the history
ctha political parlies of the United State up
to the present time.
IU'irr'aHaitriiAJTi MaaazivR. Th Octo
ber Dumber I issued. Uieu. Y". and Jou.t A.
Wood, TubUsliers, 112 Fullon street.
Tme niolac Atrwaiaots.
The Watcrlow n li'furmer, of w hlth Mr. Joiix
A.lUtiHicK, who went up with L MoOmi",
la tb editor, baj tu3 sut.Jolnod tjwcuUlions
V?Ut in fate of tbe lost baUountstsi
The most tl,,fol aiiptclienstnns are gttninir ail.
1remaey In the intnds if our cl I, lis trertiii( ttie
UU of Muars. 1. Mx:stik and IIaiumnik, of otiixn
no ttdiuzstiav trtntiesnleln" tiMy hMl ovortlie
towns ufAutwerp and I'oisler, wuue fo-ty ,r tlfty
mlnntea afU'rthuir aiibltme asveiiHi, n til tills viIIim",
on Tkurwlay last, at aUout t. u'ulock 1". M. Tn.lr
general cuurSH, a far as ooutd lie olMmrvi-d hj hmm'U
tor bte, and thoa who saw ttie IwiUmiu ptts nvur
them lu her course, was as near nittttMt artran
h judged witbfMd tnstnunentat tarnation, aul
Dearly th whole diitance tuy wvre jtulgwtt'ilw
fnn three to fmir mites liinh, iini( swlltly
at the rate of a mile lu a minute and n'f -many
tuink even fastor tl iii that. Tney
ao many conje, ture hj t tllr fate. Tliulr
Kenera'iy diclarvd lutention was t" a'klit In: 'r
dark ; and tks Uuiltml aniiy of I.k.I, anu aud
clutlilug, with which they supplied th mIV"S, cur-ItiUratt-ii
this aujNieitiiu. Ilut the acuslnu w.s
aoflue, aud their movement away so dire ., rapid
audsmoa trtat many belUveit that, tnsntrwt ly
an amblttnu to do niut than had been tmd, and
make a rermte'4e vovage, led them t a eudin tholr
fu-st lairtnaM,, and rumaln up moat of the nlKtit, or
u&oteully totiR to paaattitthe Ktwteri, Btata. Aud
that, la tbe etucuUnn of this uri, tlH-y hve t n
laaeu more lionuwaruiy man idi'v imi ,tois,, ana
tnaieed of alng luto tbe sittled porti'iia t Nw
Kuglaud, aaud over the intoruilnaiilo fore which
atrtuuea away iriwvcu iw aui me i,u i i, oi.
lAwiriee. Anlnrtion f the map will show that,
follow tutf the course they iMfau'd f,ir the first hour,
While wtthiu obsi rvatin,it would cany them er the
(northern pat of Veraifut,New Haiipslilre and M'n-,
or part i if Canada, a Ijoipiiig tti Nee II iuwx-k,
aiJl, if still siUl.Uo.1, tut tt.eOulfof bt. Ijlivrvuce.
rfhlacuunie, compaii-d wlt'i tlio vtyaieof the same
balloon fn in Bt. ljuls t', IU nd'raon, wl'l tie foun t a
JeualM exteialia, of It. It fiay iminmby lie lu
kired that, approaching the (lulf of At. I.asirriiee,
and obseivlug the great etpau-e n? water, tliey
-thought It th ocean, aiui lati.e, thai, a'tcht on It, r
atteaijit Ita J aasagr, tliey I refer, el t. risk ahKlitt'14
lu the ediden,ew of New Ilrtuiswli'k. when the may
b now making thib way out. Hut thtsfi urs-,
U all eotvlecture. Boixie tuiuk they umy I a,e a4,eid
ed so high as to la-come turied wltb eild ; otvrt,
that tbiy were ob'tgrd lo a'hjht In the won Is Ii tne
northern part of this Mate. In r man pioue : a
atomi. Put wltfn hut eien they wore alove the ro-
gtonsofatonu. OlLers thiuk they cromHl the It vit
t. ia-reijoa and came duwn lu the forests ol Cuna
tlai trnie, auav fiat they have rmeael tbe At'a.ill.i.
Ilut whatever theory we adopt, we pray 0al may
graut their sjeody aul safe return.
Ibe Eomo(N. V) SentinJ has the following'
A ruiuor was current lu our village. brought b ths
VTateitowu train due liere at I ') I' M , to tbe etrvt
that It wasreitd In Wuteitovn that atettor ha. I
tneeu riiktd up ui Canals (mar Djlowu, we believe),
imnurtlDg to have Uen written by La Mocvrais,
ntatUtg that llsmm a ".r o' the l.a 1'hUUI wai lu
tmue, aud that ths ro aas su tangled up that th
valv esai'd li"t l oprwd I" lit out tlie gas, so as to
allow the lUoon to comedown. We give tlie elory
aa msirteJ at the di oa the arrlial of thecals.
We will add that we plait no tellaui-e ujau It.
Tbe following dispatch cam to band Uit
night by telegraph :
tub macu roi la iioriTti,.
tTatertavn, S. '., .svpf. 80.Mr. Lk MoCntsin
waa last even a, llarriavilie, !ila Canity, passlig
over t New York wilriteas, etlil going dui l.aat,
and at a prvat elevation. A rrwaol la oit-rud y lilt
brothtr, of 10I fortbedia. nary of th a-r..iiuill
khvs, aud WI for their lslls, if .1. ). A paly
goo to the woods to-morrow t prowculu tlie aearoU.
Tbe DiUa Accident wl Albion.
Th Rochester Union, 20th, Inu the following'.
Cue of th moat filghtful accidents whlcli rwr .,
eurred lu Western Nw Yoik, teok place Mm
lng in the vdlage of Albion, Involving a leurful loss of
valuable life. At the time we writ the e't num.
Wr i klllnd la utknowu, but the diad were wll
known rltlieuBis Orleans cotuty. ...
Cue of the young ruau from llruckpoit, who has
been practising and walking the ro;eover the Canal
at that place, went to A'blon yosUirday to give an
eiMbltlin of rope wa'klng during the holding of th
Ortaaua Uouuty Vair. lie txteull a io,ai over the
Caualtruniabliakof atonsto the Mansion Unite,
juatwartig Malu street llrlsge. aud alaiut five o'-cioDktuthaa'Va-uis.ueouiuii
need wa'klng and twr.
o!!,li-" TU '"" Mil ' ' t" ro w
crowded with poi4e is, ,. ,! m wui, tit
SLir th.'s; s i- ,ui i-uSS -
wlkl.V out, and all .. wVA fLd "u- "tdm, J J
bridge wut duwn wlih a ra.eawlng ii the
water, lu one pr.uUcu..s mas. Undo,. J, i Zf
luoludlug all age and b.AI,, u,, wiji'.tj',.'
of comae, feUthe boraeeaut witViitaWa
ud ULr ira'erlais sthe bridge" umbtia,
It aiiueara that th largest numtatrof i..u...
ouths w.st si J of the bridge, that ling nearest to I
Uenim.eudteetwrut dowu fir, thus giving thai
'faflmg rasa of bumau beuiga, auimals aud uiatarl- I
talis altewla aa well asdowuward uioU.ui. 'iM I
. .l. Ik. I.l.a l.lllna t. ......1 I
era aectlou of th brtdg falling la-4 must bava
luinaayu-aertblurulue. th. brtdgs iwaa of 1 Th.cntwywu
iress, tavrtty cut aiJpafy wrought. It broke lulil mlln. .' . ...
eectliai nn rrsjmniir, and went loins uiatou m
UK eanal, buryuag, of oairse, everythlug that went
bafor H beuaatb tu weight. Th rxcltoiueut which
foUowtd cannot be described It msy, perhap, be
Ilundmuorpeo),! were (U the uumu uiaca
(!, aod hjhii to builtogs arouad, t rUn the rvi'
C walkhur 1lv wn allnoPl ls.ralr.o.1 I.. ,. .w L,
liTMJT.1 ?.T" ?" 'bow. who arre
rrnij',,.i.,2r"i4..lo?''.U,f''1' '! 'osewh.
H,.lfTJrfI '"""V1"''' ' reseiuvt, an I
ill iKHtln cf tlerlca.1 urn ,ittkai n in rmi.
"'Z m'tnt'UMii ."'. "' r W .atrleau
..T.,,i, .' ". "T" f"m" "Pn b brtue, two tr.
E25,.!!." m I"!:- Tlw. """ 'l"i
rf? .t rt " 1 '"""'H'd "t from twoU. f,,r hun
dnd,thi lo,. tof whom went Into the water.
At last accounts dams had been thrown acros
tbecanManllho water wim Mng drawn ff,
when tbe full exteut of the calamity woulJ b
A Kl4sa fi Trlaee Napeleea.
A llnrhatu tP"' ',M revived tbo story tint
klngt'cm Is to 1 prepared In "' forth
rerhew of the French Kmperor. The writer
pretends tlat Irani and Austria haie coma to
an understanding In regsrd t tbe matter, and
tl at the flsn joprod Is as follow! !
Tl,e Arthdiike are to edi to ths head of th to'is
i.f ll.p'l'ii'fc'. ss chief ot their family, the lights
lilrh they re)tivly sras to Tuscany and
MiNletia, and the Kfrror Faa is JuaBm, In his
lum, Isloceslethe eatneto rrtnee fUrotin. Tli
I'rinro Is tlien to sld to the, pneelons Terma and
tl e m rVI"Tia, and tte wliole a to form a klnsdom
of Ktrarla, i which he latolm Kl.iir. Nerertheloss,
as rriratds the Imitations, tl,e I'neoe Is only to g
ern tliera aa a vaeaal of tin Ulnmh, and Is to pay
homatre and Irlhiit to the Tni. On his part, the
rmririif tha t'niih Is to usi his lufln"Hc' with
Vm-tvib F4Mn to Indnre him tiersiul ths tMi
illations of Ceritral Italy to irlve their siirTraae lo
I'rinr Nimtan. It Is said tint It wsa In vrdsr
t., aulttmt Uils plan toth KmfMr Narotaoa that
1'rliic Kh iusii ! MrrrsaNifsi went to St. Hauveur.
Tlie iraons who ritit thuee niniors lu clrcuLati,,,, a,ld
tl.at the Archdukes have given their ooitsent to the
pan. Ttie Duke of Mudrna, Hey my, will n,4 even
ank fiiracomrM'iisatl'in, as he has no chUdren, and
av, on his ihatJi, tls (stat'M rtvett to tbe Crvwn iif
Austria. (If the 1uke of I'smia, iintlJnir la said i
rnit as to the son of I.coroi.1, II, of Tu any, r'sint.
simi IV., It is said that an rpdvalrnt has been pro
niisiii iiim n, ton re-moaemng rn tus rasi, wnicu
would I t'KKihjeetnf the i.-" Vintro-Krenrh all'.
anee. His even said that th on. wnaatKrt, made to
this riinie may be the throne of the IianuUan
The Eafltah llaatrr.
The joi'le of tbe Far West are laughing tt
iheMeacf Hi linn. (inAXTl.r limmLKr, tha
famous Ilritlsh sportsman, of hunting burTalu
with bounds. The St, Joseph Daily Wut says i
If the hound can rmlybs persualed to run tne
jiuflaJ.i, the tufriilo will ourlaluly Pin from the
hmindsi and In a country where the vent herds
strife h out as far aa t'.e eye ran reach, an I the
Kama Is i ver nut of sight, avpt at nltrht, thee
would I no enil, it seems, to Ms spoil. Hut hy run
nln,r rtrer the ptairlre from which tbe frraas has lieeu
hunMHj, the fiNt of hlsdiars wihiM Imi won, out In a
dsy, and thny would lH5irioe a hurdor, and a draw.
Iwik. If they were kept for anteo,e and elk alone,
the ihaiitvs are that tlwywoulil lie lt In the first
chasr. or In rase they could he raMed ofT, that they
wmilil bee me vh tints to Indian arrows. Hurelv If a
ditrof any disoilitloncoiiM condure to Mr, tins
l's epott, or aid Mm In the captor of game, an
ordinary cur would lie tieH. Of thee we have aa
alnindeurct and, aikltig the irentleuian'a pardon, for
the Imirtinenrw iA making th murffeation. Its tiwt
Utter lcav his dogs wdh us and take ours with btm.
Tbe Newo by Telegraph.
Majtutic Tilfnapk OJteti, A'a. WuU itrttl, and
Attor ieuee, main fiKrane.
Yellow Fvrneleaj New.
AVw Ih-lriiM, Rrpt, 30. We have alvlrel
from liniwnsvllle. Tense, saving that the yellow fe
ver la lasliig there, and for thirty mtte above,
(iituial Ai.vaasi was preparlni to march on the
city of Meiieu with a force or .msi men, consisting
of cavalry, Infantrv ami artillerv.
The deh at of the I.llierals uudor (len. Daooi.t.&iio,
at Ion, liy lien. Won, Is confirmed. Wolu's
foroe, however, were di'cimabvl.
Mibahon I aal r-(Ulillslieil th decree of gjsti
ak, or l "l J, rorliMilmg romlgnera entering Meil
co with arms and Invading designs, under the ieu
ally .a liealh. '
Tl i'tlehel .llaleh.
Jfi-itmit, 8rj4, 80. Tlie match between the
i iiiiou w, r.iigiuiu as wiia live or CsnaJa, and the
"" -i'and sis with At nr Canxla, terminated fits
evening, the formor Nlng vlctortiais. The KiiulUli.
nun Iraie In the iniirnlr.g for New York. Th score
of sll tngliuid ou the 1st innings was P0.
lAter froaa llavmaa,
AVic OrUatm, Sept. 30. Tlie Steamship Plilla
delphla has arrived herewith llavata date of th
It was nimorwl tl at (lenrral Coicua w,sil.l tie re.
Uevcd lu N'jvwuher, by Oenerat A.
UWiinqfon, irjit. 80. Mr. Lihiioh, the new
Itrarlllsu MtuUter, accoiniautod by his launly, hat
a, lived l Washington,.
Arlxi nn daUa of the 1Mb. tnst., are received. The
pneeiiUtioiioftheaitlctee purehaat'd for the Tenuis
and Martivpa Indiana, under the act f Congiosa'if
I'ibruary taut, was madeby l.leut. Mower, on the
10th ol Hepteiuher. Ihtweeu f.tur and five thou
sand liid'ana weie prerent. Alsiut V.lMS, tarmtng
ttiiplemiiits, seeial tniiUHaiidKiiinds of tiarley and
iither giain lor aiiit,axea, Ac., heaidi-a aevural thou,
aanil ards ot i th, lallcoehlrts, tobauco aul beads
The reason of these large presents was explained In
asanh by l,li,ut. Mowhv, ami In reply the Chiefs
exproMid great satisfaction at the kindueas of their
(ireat father, the rreslilent, aul prnmlaiHl to cou
tlnuuili UiugOiNl conduct whhh had tiroiighl them
so gnat a reward. The ruin land Maricopa cultl
vatlthlsjiar 15 000 ftcree, and liave Biipp'ted the
Ovrrland Mall Company with large ipiautttei f
grain. Ills esm'ted that nevt year their cro will
Is' largely lnm-atd through tho facllittee given them
by th Uovoiuiuiut.
I'hUtvUliihin, Krpt. 30. There was a great and
curiting tn.l of And claas etram fire oigtucs this a'.
terttiMiM, at the AKrlcii'tural I-air grounds. The roin
petrous wre the tills nils and Waalilugt U they
weie i rv uliadv tuaUhid.
Tin' lair chswil this evoihig, with an aildiMa aud
award of piemluuis, lhe I ail was a dulled sut
tcea. Agilrartarela Taicaay.
7lierorresmiiileiit of the Newark A'lvrtufr,
t c tho folli viingai'cuunt of tbo tuotle of gath
ering, the li.innst in Crntral Italy:
To-day in this uiiiettientH i-ebtiiry4o-e cm h. i
siuibaktd women ami guts Culling, iir tiu'klng
iator, the grain, with tl!.shaad, twilvis Inch sick
te, and Isaliug it iriit, aheaf by abeaf,ii, a stine,wittl
the l.iii d, a.ihd only by a rough etiek. Tlireiihlug
iit-tiiiiui ills are alinost unknown lu lumauy t and
thi'li, what a winnowing, without machines, lollows
ll v rtaig. It is done lu thiswise: Tkegialu
lieajsil u.ii the ground in one place. Is tbruwu by
etioM Hula thloiigh the air to nm.ltier place, the wind
Islog wianowt-r, and au sad t blow nwav too
chad as it (suisi'S. One wutchfa this ts-hiud-the
tones o4iatloii will. Ins teeth on tslge with the aeuse
olgnltv tin ad, and tne pma'tt oUaUng hU"iivik
of dill In lta') liefcn c him.
The riuiTMT.tirr KriiM.'Oi'Ali Cokxtiox
RsHTniiATMN ok IIikiiiii ()m':hiiiiik.1 lii
Third n.eitlng of the eesshn .if the Kplecojiil Cou
viutiou, was held yesterday at St. Johu's cbajt'l. A
resolution was riHiitud froui the Cisnmittce on e'tu
fuis, which was ali'it4it, which amends the euth
article, so that "In all matters which shall come be
fore the Convention, tin clergy and laity shall dolllie
rate lu oue lody, and In Voting the vUrgy shall vot
by Individuals and tho laity by congregations."
The case of lliahop OnI'IXIs'H who was bus-)-nlcd
friau lhe iffice of 1'iabop, wai taken up.
It airiiiB tlat after doing a nauec of fifUxu
jeais, lliahop Oanutnosk, who s;s In his uieiuo.
rUI that he is " not eiempt from human fntl'
tics," iiiLiiioriullu the boune of IHshopa, for bis
restoratU'ii t the Ihhhopiie ; that he has borne the
siiiUuce 1iiik"1 tipuu him with bitter angulsli.
and a jti'iilul reuse of liiiu.lllhtion, withoit inur
u.'irtig or I'.iuipiauit, and be lnpes the honor of
the ihurel. I us bw'u amply vindicated by fourteen
jtsis uf pun'.ahiiieiit ui silence and svclusloii. In an
ante-dsted Uttei t" Ulaliop roTTia, be, (lliahop (l,l
voluolaiily unilei takes, lu the cvuitof hla resba-a-tlon,
to itsiguthe eserclse of administrative pow
er. lu the afteroorn a resolution was offered, a ilhorl..
lug the Fu-rvtiir) to transmit to the House of llisliopi
th iiieiiioilal for the rcatmatiou lliahop ouaii.
isiMi. Motions wcrcmadeto lay fie reaulutijs on
the table, to iustpoiie action, to ameud, etc., wl.iih
were rejected. Tt nembei sAe for andagalust
it, eatery Wt did, nd great icltemiut pre.
vul'.tJ, during which uiotlnwa mads toadjouru
ins ii; wl Icb the rrealdent tholght was carried.
Tl following naolutlon was af cited i
tle-olrtd. TLat th remission of the stence of
tb Id. lUv. lliahop Oai'iaisiaa would be accept
ki.ui..ii.i.i..,in,.tu.n. utaiuth condition that tba
I Mt4.-ti....i...... th mn.laa uf eolaouiial laiwers aud
omcui In thU ibocene, aa set forth la Ids letter lo tne
kt. Kv. Iliabi I'onna, laid before th!a couveutuw,
Uannextd to the same, or suxh ruatrk-tloua made
rclaUvetu theexirilseof powers, ss the llouaa of
O.l ... . ..
I biahiisi luav aee fit.
accurdinulv directed to truaa-
mlt ths action U Oia Couvei.Uou totb Houe of
lah.ir. Th majority of th e'erg y lu favor of th
Ni thing further it tmiortatc occurred. After
nadlng the mluuWsof the season, the cowvaitmn
aJjo'uut(! im( tit at lu hour last night,
e ii "'il:fu ' M"' M'iktul many
wire InJ und and l-rht ,, kt thetr tvc hy rue
Um . il,.t wci,l ! rW w HI, tl.ecrowd. Tb-y fl.mnd.
FAtrg' trr.AM Tfow. The rI,,,r rrltel
ra! Hi fair papuuds at T.i ace Osrden, "n ThureJsy
ner:ng, priTelllrg K-tlf flinmgb th strriai fn.m
Ui lliilsmi lver Uailroa.1 dls, lo Its destination.
Yesterday It was iihil.ll I In motion. Th engine
tr. of the machine reeeiiM a lailroa-l locomotive,
with lha forward .rtl "f I1!" ld and tank r.
moved, leavlrr only t.e Mler tropir, to which 1 el
lachtd a sii.a.1 ale.1 tender. Inder and about mid
way Utwren tte lendif and bolle', Is placed alarg
d-um or roH-r which Is a substdi.ts for wheel.
Motion r enmmnlraeil Ii the drum from th
I Moos nn either side of II hol'er, ty msaua
of c g wheels. Tl e front pari of th tnachln serve
as a f re lot, la whhh the flrmnn stand to feci tb
Are, or, hy means of a bandy lever, raise or elaks,
a.sUot'y, by steam, the eigte, plows followtGgthe
nglne, The front ,t of th Cre-bov nets on a
r'ld truck wltb twe wheels, lb surface of each of
which Is probably 11 or I. Inche wide. They tniv
aa fteely as the front whie's of a coach, Isslng gidded
by a Stirling wheel at command of ths engtneer,who
stands on a sma3 platform to the lift of thi upright
tsaler. Tlie roaihiii i alseit 14 f hi length,
weigh ten tons,! ml runt neirty $t.00r). Ob soil
aU td for It, an aor can be ploweil mil minute
ay atity acre per day.
Th plow Is on exhibition in a yard on hundrtl
fid wpiar. In Ud rc tha engine moved for
ward, lieiokwerd, aul around, tuniing In a sjav of
alsit thirty fo t,over a siirface purpoaa'y left uneven.
This pregrewa was iruvle with tb graateat epfsirent
ease. It travels equally as well up, over, and down
hit!, aa It docs on a level grade. A plowing trial la
to te given 1fore king, and Hamilton Park Is men
Lisied as th loca'lty,
I'AisrnKOS &r. A Isrpe painting about thir-
t rn feet by nln In else, is exhibiting at TM nroal
way, It repie eta W Asniaoroa resigning the oora
n.and of the army, and comprise aliout aeventy
figure, twenty-nine of which are portraits, beir of
them ling at full length. A. II. Krroma, 4 11 llniwl
way, U making a etoel plate copy, which, wit h
gmsl, for that of Insure "first bloa for Lllwrt,!
executed by him, wss excellcnt'y well dotie,
(lot ni. A Co.,llr'svlwS)-, op.ialt Tiviok'a saloon,
have on exhibition a most easing atsw p sketch, by
Itoss DosinRrB,and in their wlrelow an oil lamtaeape
ahaylng sontie--aoex'piisjtely well dono,tbat the spee
tetor eanuot ln.lp a Co. miry maila forthwith. It
tii;'lt to le ren. In ths gallery a's", Is Wisvianu.
tbb's almmt unrivalled pl tore of "the Wether."
f Tb new np town store of this flnn, on DrswABr's
blis.1, JTi Ilroailwsy, Isolunsit ready for occupancy,
for which (Ion lu A Co. are gi ttlnn'rely. A lot of
new paintings, by Unas Posnisra and others, are In
tbecustom house awaiting Its oitilng dsy.
ArADi.Mvor Mcic Tin last nh;htof tha
srss. n, Cast night! wltb lion (ilovannl ou th bill,
waa abiltllant one. Tlie last and flrand Karswoll
Matinee la given to-day at 11 ichaik, the operas lie
Ing Kniaid and the Ilarlier of Seville. Theae Matl
tieva draw out aa much (or more) Ilrauty and Kash
ioa aa do the regular evening perforutnncoa.
T. V, MieAdiir.n I.ktcrk. Mr. Maianra
lectures at Cnojr Istltute,nn Tnonilay evening next,
lbs snhjeit will be " do.ATUAii Bauri thlean
TorjJO I.ITTI.F, TIIK EllBAKI) Dur Vr.Ttf
Ton. A corrosKin.lcit, who call himself a ibi
techve, seeks to n.ake out a case of woo In regard to
Uils affair whether true or tint our reader will
judge. He rnijS
I have just ntnnisillo rioihen from an Interview
with Mr. Moaiua, of the firm of Wissmiw, l.imia
A Co , l.ivrua's tat employers. Yocau and Club.
ilrtcctlvi s, aud l.irru, hlmsrlf, ell agine In stainisiur
thla awful crime niam an aswa-lata far his sgul.'r lu
years and die. Is if dark and fearful daring. It ap.
jiears that young l.rm a, for several wet ka st, has
lieen In tlie haliit is inenllng, after business hours,
and clneely aseoclatlng with apparently, dicldmlly
ap arently, a geutliman of thelancy nnlerurswraJly
kuowp, among the many aliaaue be goee hy, with tbe
kuow.ng laiee, ae the "Jfcwton thk-f.
Thlaiiillowhecam eiiamorwl of I.rm.a Selng
him In a leetionslhle sitnat'on, digged him night aud
dayi was always eorldmitally at the comer aome
near street, with a friendly word of rocurnltlon, wheu
Litti a wiaild come from tlie office on somo mission
to a liank. of nurse, on such occasions, his comim
jiywaarroffored.whentlieslseofths chock, which
UtT. hapia neil to have for deposit or otherwise,
was disinterestedly discussed. He dressed lluei
ciau.try oplo miM think him the lino
Hsvuen.ot liioadwayi kept a ndstreiet, or ratlior
lived ujion a mere pittance which the h-art-Loken
creature cois ruruWi lilm with fnui, her d.ra.l .1
tainiliKa for he waa what they style a "lovarj'
ni-oHu ainooK oiv piaycii 001 atoris,-' jMMirotl tales
love and alventuro luto his diij'a eat; Intro Inced
him In gambling bells aud haunts of imitation
until the boj'e head burned with a fever to In
a "sisiit" tos and so exjireased himself.
Hre tie wnbh's pursiae was half accim
pllshed. He hail little trouble In atisflig tb
lsiy'e iiuiseleiioe that It was no harm totakea'ew
thousand from ench rich men aa hla employers.
They would divide, and tiavol always tiinitlier.
Tin y would Mai such alkhts over this wl le wort 1 as
no boy of his age could Isutst of se-iug. lie omiro.1
1 li vliti-n tl.at win n a gssl check came Into his
lands, all he In I to do was toCrasr it, pla-e the
fluids lu hla (CiuaistVl l-st friend's bands, and no
power of HHiital man or detective Cisi'd ever tlnd It,
Ih allies, he atds. It Is no crime: they can't do a thing
with J oil i ten irraught I It la only a breach of trust.
You will leave the atWatiuu, aud what's that after
you got the money I
l'ufoituni,t.ly, the boy deposited the money not
In Ciiam'n I ends, but in his ln.it. Ho kept hts
own counsel, made hla own Investments, and did nut
eecui lo kuow any ''Cimi-n" until lately.
Pi-kino the past monlb, imys the Putt, while
the wuikuu n were making n'paiis aud altoiallnna to
Itev, Iir. llslLiiwa'chuich, a large and well-dreasuu
uiau, appurtidly about foity-flve year a of age, euter
ed the bidldiiig. He wa'ktd np the aisle J toward the
pulpit, but no partlcu'ar notice was taksu of him at
the time, as It wss rupwd that he had mcro.ycotue
to liaik at tho Impiovimiiita to tlie church, Alwut
teu iiilnutni alter he had i ntertd some of the work.
men otmrvtd the stranger In front of the pulpit.
Here he ebsal, iiiaklug all sorts of motions will, his
arms. He would flist r.ibw one tnd theu slap it d wi
on Iim btjai, i tp atiiig the iiti'tlon several times. Theu
he would gotlimogh t'.e name movements with the
other hand, and finally Map Isth lauds a.i u I his
blpe. The iitttidioit of the ssixtou was then cilled
to the elngnlar cond'ict of the man, hut lent I,"
might la, a Maniac, and do Injury to solne of the
church propeity, be waa allowed to proceed a abort
time loiigtr. At length two of the workmen wont
round t'lwaid the man, inteudlng tube lu anarch
of aomitlung In the jaws. Whuu they came b
blin, they hsikid at him. The mini euddcuty
topd lis actions, and llcreoly eyciug the wmk-
lorn, said: " lo )oi kuow me I I aiu dial At
nighty i 1 am the Loid (.0.1 1 Isg.aie away with
you, oi I'll ik nd )oii t" belli" lu snyiug this, he
ralsvd binirielf to bis full height, and a read out
Like an entiled preacbir at a camp-meeting. The
wuikmiiii bowivvr, tuld nothing to thi man, and
be kilt ou re rating Ids e'.thi'ilty and the punish
meiil k would Inflict .. they retuaed to leave htm
as dlirct'sl. A (siilceman was anon arter procured,
aud the etraigir, who was eildi'nt'y deraugij,
takeu tu th I'uUc t'oillt. It wss uleHMeiitly as
ivitaliied that be was a Wcetern msuof reputable
uoiiu. eth'iiK, but uuduly excited, as waasujpieod.
by tlie nceut controversy reajHicUug the "Ureal
Tun "Anrora (!uanl,"of Yorkville,numberini
over one hundred men, went to Wuehawken, V. J-,
on a Ui git excursion on Tucsdiy. A la-ge number
of valuable prist were di-tribiiord among the Iwat
iiiaiksniin. In the evening, tbe Compauygavea
Hall In the large na.ua of tlut Third Av, uue Hailrna 1
Ivp. t. Their was a crowded attendauce, aud the
darning was kept up until day-break. AUaved
An amualni; occurreico at on of our theatres,
)aa grown a rew- days i'ld, by press of serious ne as,
but it dcseives Its tmu. Uue night, a lady at Laraa
Klusb's Theatre, ro.lu the midst of the audience,
lolentl raciaiuiine, othat ,t waa a aesaou for prayer
luntilig," and calling iijsin her tiearera logo tu aud
luive a gissl time of it. lifooume the woman was do
ranged, and eja-cdily silenced. The tnctdunt was ra
latcd lu a tUih of 'lodua" young mi u of uilrth and
fuu, In the i it j --where oue of tlie meiuUis c'liliwid
it us a Joke of his own, the lady Whig asserttd te
1 uve won $.'h by her isld behavior, This waa told
antuid as a gmd thing, until it Ux'ume fssteued ou
tie uu inter who asaeitcd it, who then wanted to get
out of the (liaigr, as it had created trouble with th
tlnatrt tnaiiSecra. 1 he (sisitiuu became o dissgroe
able, that bo lias bt en obliged to deny it .by a public
ci J-quik a wuruiug to joUra.
rostmaster Fiiwlbr, to-day, received an or
der for one million of tl new government self-ruling
stamped ruveloa, mainly fir tbe sup4yof
Uokla, educational Icatitutlona, City authorities, etc,
TB Flerer.ce Nightingale (Uo41 Ship)
cam up from tu lower Day thla morning, and Is at
er.oh.or off Waten lalaud, whore h wlU remain U'0.1
wiukr, when ah will be takes alonfsid th 1'uVts
Ptor Pwk. at Qurut.n.
Krr. Ds. Ditr, of tha Irish Deputation, de
livered a Iccter bwrt night, at lb rreebiterlsn
Oiurc1i,eornr0Uiitnand forsyth sts. Well at.
laejweeta, AecMesata, Ace.
TERRtnui Zxtixmcm or a Doruut at r
Girarii Horsr. A terrlUa and fatal explosion
occurnd at tbe alwve named bona, about kalf-paal
o'clock yestnrday morning, killing Imtant'y a
p'un.Ur, named Joins 0'Coaae, an (mployw of D.
A 8. Tarrs, No. S Wet Droadwsy, and sverry, If
not fatally, scalding aud otherwise Injuring the tngt
r.ctr. Tli I'Sitlculars In the ease areas follows I
There was b us at tha Olrard, en th ground or
cellar fir, two steam IjoCers, on need for beating
th house, the other to run a small looomotlv engine,
for pumping water throughout th building. Th
boiler attached to th locomotive engine was found to
os la a leaky condition, and for th purpose of havrag
th Irak etopiied, aa wall a to have nw fauoeis
placed on each boiler, on Thursday afternoon th
fires wet (ernutted t go out and steam
to go down. Arrangement were mvle
to have the isaler repaired oa Thursday
nlghti th man that waa to bav Sxed th boiler
fall d to make his apieerain, Mr O'Cnaaoa, th
wlnmber, fixed tbe noceaaary faucet on th bol'cra,
and It being near th dawn of day, laid downna
a beneh wltb th Intention of staying there till mone
lug, Insbad of going to hi residence, which was In
Die upis r part of the itty. Abrkk waD of six teen
loolieebi thick nma, ley between lihd and th hil
ar that s4isled. At about 4 o'clock yestenhir
moriilug. water was puraiied tnti the bot'era.au.1
si.-ain ralw-d by the engineer, who aat hlrnsslf down
In ths taller na,m, hut wh4l er he permlttn.1 htm
m If to fall asleep or not la not learned. At aim it half
p.t stx o'clock, th boiler attached to the engine
ei4isled wftha dull, h'avy, gurgling soilnl. Isrr-ng
c loildcrablj the Ulrarl lluiian and the h sue In the
vicinity, causing the greatest consternation among
the Inmate of the houafw,end an alarm of fire which
brought a company of Lremen tu th sunn or disas
ter. After procuring lights the fireman iVwendad lo
tlielaaler roistifsud tliera witntesed a truly melan.
ch.Jy sight. The exploded boiler hail tieen thmwsi
Into the centre of the rN)m, nearly li feet from Its
original fiundatlou, while under the ruins of th
boiler was the greuilng and writldng bisly uf the n
glneer, who wsa severely sre'ded. lu the southeast
comer, nearly W feet from the holler's origins! fnun.
datloii, tl.e lifeless bs1y ef O'Coaana, the plumuor,
waa f'Suid. Th bodje were 'pdckly rauiovwt to
AUrwaids, th engineer was entiveyed to the lity
Mostntal. The Usly of o'Conaoa la horribly rnau
gledand mut.let.il. The let hall or tbe skull, with
tl.e biaitis under It, was cisniiletely cerlml away by
a piece of piie, a tsntlon ra which was extracted
fr.su the remaining ert of his akull. His nose wai
equally divhli d lu the centre, tlie front tveth kmaiked
nut. the lott arui alsive tbe elbow broken, each leg
broken twice In different laoas, and otherwise the
bisly was horribly bnilsod and a,lds,l.
In the tsaler pm, every thing was loth most per.
fei-t confusion. Tbo vpl.silon must hava bjn !m
luenaiy iowerful, as the beams and biairds Oomp'si
Ing the ceiling a'e.ve, are literally torn to shred and
splinters, tbe had ami Iron iSpe setavrabst, aud the
matble ft. suing lu the tierlwr ahnp Immediaioly over
It is scattered and be-n to isoce, being mlxwl up
wim iragmuntsoi oroaen luruuure. i ne wimiows
were shattered end nlastsir Jarrtil down In the dining
rooms and front iart of tbe house. Th boilers, at
the Instance of tli pn.pri'.tor, underwent Inspection
a short time since, and were prouounoud safe
by an exrertm.'e.l and pra.-t'Cl engineer.
Tliserpl'sb-d bolinr waauftheodM otgomery style,
and waa ma.le by IIlasb Co., In 1V1, for J, u. Ui
vis, at that bine propriebir of the Otrar.1.
The body of the duoead(J'C, nob was, yeatenlay
afternoon, removid to Ina lata reaidsoce. His broth
er shegtd that UieeXiloalon was the fault of tbe
eni Ine, r, who, he characterised a an Inebriate, aud
not i,siaJlflad to take charg of tho engines i that he
had iioexrnni' except aa a flremanlii tbe John
.n House, from wham place he bad been turned
away. Buliseqientiy, nur ..l.'t-r J"1. -i Uiw
Johnson H'Siae that a high opinion was entertained
there of tbe en wer.
Our report. n visited the engineer at th City
Hiwpltal. His statement Is that hla name la Jons
Isaiaa, Is 11 years old, has been engaged at hollers
since he was ten year old; th boiler wa is I.uotj'e
Imsnoth make, was three year old, and made to
ranvfllYyiMSin.hi of stam safely; b fired up at
half leo three, earlier tlian usual, liecause h h'le.1
thu boiler with ootd water; at tha time is the explo
akm, the Isillrr carrlnl a head of thirty-eight pouu.li
uf at, ami heha.1, with the plumlier, tarea up all
night arranging tli fittings to open and clean the
luslerout; the Utler b'ew out at the drum heal:
thinks that the exphauou wai caused by want of
The engineer, although only M year old, look
nearly 40; he received had blow on the back of his
head, from a fragment of the boiler, and Is acaldod
down tlie teirk, oa oue knee, and, luring his own
words, hi "hand Br blind;" notwithstanding his
inb-nae lu he auasrered tbe qiuvtlonl of our report
er with alacrity.
The caure of the explosion, further than the atnve,
lias not I tin arrived at, but itwli tie Investigated to
day by Cnronir O'Kstrr, who. In the afternoon cn
nnrlrda Jury. Tier, a'ter Inspecting th ruins,
were diacbargtd until 10 o'clock this morning.
Tiik FtixiMi Waix CiauALTr. Coroner
Jaclboh held an impiest on Friday, at the oth ward
I Hillce station, iipvutlMlnily ia Joms (4Peaav,the
itdivk'ual who was killed on Thursday arternisi by
a wall which fell upon l.lm at N.-siH aud SIS Ureen
wlch et. It was lu evideuce that dooeaeud waiin.
poyedtowhitswsditlie walls, which lial been re
cently bullt,aiid that he ma le application to the buil
der hi have aomo blacee, which wore Id hi way, re
moved, but the cutiactor and his foreman refuaial
to reu.oe tii,m, aud tlie dis-oaao'l then k nocked them
away, ami be this me4iis,catis.id the watt to fail. The
jury n ndrred a vei d 1 1 as follows : " That decease 1
came to his, hath bv iujuHee received hv the falling
ol auar.awallat Nis.313 and ii tlmenwlcll at.,
and tbe accld.uit wis caused by hla tarnleasneea 'n
retiHivliig he braiivl from tlie widl. We further
ci uaure tl.e i intnutor and (orvui'vu lu licit keeping a
strict watt h on said hra.-ee and walla." llecaand
w as a tia' Ive of I re'and, ltd years of age. He leaves a
wife and tw. ohildien, rea.illng at Jvi.iT Markitat.
Set, ihk im Jiiar.a' Wiki. Coroner Jack
man lieid ou tlepieat )eatt rday, UMin the Ii sty uf an
unknown man, appaicntly a Herman, found 'dead In
.loin a' Wisst, near the jmicl'ou of Tlat at.andav, A.
A In ttie latiellod 'I.au.lanum" was tu ono of his
s-krts, and a )aa.t mottnm examination sltnwtd
that his di ath waa rallae J by that drug. ! icased
w as alhriit "A years of sga, aud wore a gray sack
ot, ilaik cloth pauts, la.e.1 b.s4s, whlto Miruilk..
vefrt, Ae. A phicv of paper ou which was written
"Wl Klmet." and two handkerchlofa, on of wlilch
was marked ocaaoi.iMBT. Y.. Hill,' were fount on
hie jicrtou. Th jury rtudeied a verdict of ' d tl
AHnrsrurAt Ai.iM.rn Horsk Tim:r. A
yourg ii.au named Josxs, etuis Koaiasrs, alfjs
11 II Poais was ar.ested ytaterday, oil euapicton of
Isulig atl.li-t, ai d a'tir Isiug Incarcerate,! a ehott
thue, coufeaai d to bavlne: a winter stolen a pair of
horai'S, a sleigh and bulbil i rots, from a livery etahle
kiejsr lu Waterford, I'a. He drove tils tea u as far
as saauble, the first day, and toward evening met a
rhrgyman, w.tb whom he tiw-ltsl it orT for a one
hoiae tiaman.l 11 to lsv. The next day ha a. 4.1
this, and w ith the proceeds started for Nsw Orleans,
kccti.t'y he ntumiM to thla city, and aUadman wbo
knew him, caused Ills arnwt, and he was locked up
lo await further exainluatiou.
Aixm.rd l'.Kt'Uivr.K or Srot.rx Gooi.
Jiwkiii 1'ol.loi'K complained to the mlice, of havlug,
whtU croiwiiigthe liattery, taven kma-k-d disru ami
rotittdof watch chain aud ava1. The hi'Ics, as at
lei:eil. cuiuibt a la.y weailua the seal at the omuer of
Iir, suiw jy ai'd Wall atreit. The ret ot the articles
w.ie triusd, as a leged, to a piau naiued Coaesn
Ikissks, III ItiH'b.r etrcvt, who la likewise charge.! f.
Is, a Ited-lier, aul to have iuducod the tbeit. 11 dh
CaBamlsaleaer f Fallce.
Tiik regular weekly meeting of the Commit
akuiera , f the 1'ollce wait held yeaterday aftsru'a.n, at
tie, I'olloe II. ad tiuarters, lu can-el seaslon. AH tbe
mi-mis ra oi th Hoard were preeeut eziie4 May.
T ANN,whl was d. tallied at home by ckhass. lbs
coiiiplaint u-ado agamat lr, Ai.skbobi H. Jobkm, oue
of tl o tallies suigonus, on a charge of r.eelvlng a
tlbirriom isstroluianCiiawHSBUMsi, of tho 94 Tre
ctmi, waadiimUe'd. W. K. I'laiane, a patrolman
mth.Jllh I'recimt, wasdismlsaedfrom the Hejiart'
liieotlortntoitcatioe. Tbe cbarg against this lJ
lli'iman waa lustiest the iuetlaatiou of Oommlaakiuer
Hsu rv, who waa inaklug a toor tbrough the Water
street dai.ee hoose tu company with aive a' police
ca -talus, several uigbta aluce, and In oue of the dens
jsilliTii.au To iaua was found stritchid out, tu full
unlloni,,ou a lounge, Ui a lst!y stats isTint.ixk'.
thin; the islniercla ins that Ills U.pior waidntgg.d.
IIbsbv II. gratia, a patrolman lutbeild 1'r.M'tuct,
wastimdthlit) days tor being f.iuud tu a srter
hones, lu uuiform, playing iar.s.
The n signntiou .fpatrolmai Jous H. rnlis, of
the list rivcliiit, waa received and BOCiptLd.
A lesoliitiouwaiolfjredby Uonimisaanirr Howes,
and pasnd, t. tlie i fleet, that a committee ol four
shou'd l appointed to select proia'r tsens to act
as Si(l CICIKS lu tne Metropolitan ..aii-i.-i, a, ,u vu
suing iliftion, and that of the two clerks t be se
lect, d In em h e ectiou dutrlit, oue shou'd be a lie.
publican and th olh.r a Itomotr.t. MiyorT
its. Commlsa.,.uer Btii.i wan were upp iut -d t act
as a Committee for tils city, and Mayor l'ow bi.l aud
C.sunrseloni'r HTaaaansa lor lha city of llro ikiyu.
The Con mittee are to remrt at the next mectiug of
the lloaid, Oct, Ttb. Tho Hoard theu adjourned.
LkdAL. BEPOUTtf FltlDAT,
7e Ciue of IMlte M'n" Hum. Tk Ap
;iiotii o A"riinci WhitUn Thl case was
eumme-l up, on the part of the t boner, by Mr,
A.I in, wl, and ou the irtufth rea.Hiudeut, by
Messrs. lAnvpie and N nt.in.
Mr, Aal no a-t r'aimil that tha father was the nat
ural guardian .? th child, and also It l guardian for
punsvea of nurture, and that Its appniiiticsnhlp was
void, at tt praaent time, ths child having been
taken outetde the jurisdiction of tbe law of the But
In which the Indenture was made ; and that, Boere
fore, the father oould take it, wherever he found it
Th counsel foi the reapniidtnt cimtended that the
Indcuture was valid, It having beou filed with th
proier officer within six day after It wai
exicute.1, aud that the child was now as much sub
ject to the claim of Mr a. Burns, as It waa In Colo.
Mr, I.amiue contended that there was such a diff
erence between tbe provisions of the Ohio statutes,
and tlie provisions of th Common Law, aud th
statute of thl State, ai not to eutitle them to th
regard of tho Court In theduclslon of the esse. Tbe
inalter was adjournid, alter argument, until Batur-
before th summing up commenced, Mr, Cook, by
counsel for the relator, was put upon th stand, and
testified that b bad never advised tt to b dime, or
Intended blnalf to setae lb child without
.. t.S Whltlno. was alSO allOWd
to teatifv that th child was a healttr one.
"... 7 . r... iW., ii.il been
anel ha4 nut bn lck but tittle. H "
ct.el to wttv-4 It eu o-l or lw waalon, - M
u lmw as lo lha coiira of study aad irealmcnl It
waa subjected to. lis did not think tb ehl'd wonlj
b Injured by Its leading. He had heard II rtelta,
and never observed that it v. ss vliausted after such
7" TtnpU anl Ta'jjor Drtnni . (As
or and IM ef aers, t'p. thosnialng of th Court,
couusel fur the defendants moved that th complaint
In the can be dlsmlseeil as against th HtaU, on th
following ground e That Its till (even, if proved! I
of uch a character that it canmt maintain an ac
tion, either of ejectment, or for pmfttat and as against
the other p'alutirTs, on the wblMonal grounds
that they have failed to ffn a levee from tlie Mate;
that their pti.ten.led lem Is void, s any rata, f ,r
want of authority In tlie Uwsnra tsmaka III that tb
Commissioner of tli said otTi's hl no authority to
make iwh a leaee. (Doe. I U. t. UU K., p. 611. 8ee.
T, same p. tVM. (tec. a )
OsinaH then tvmten.led thai In th enntemplatlort
of the law, the tide still ebbed and Mowed over all the
land In eontroverey, and the wave stCl dried
gainst th bulkhead on West stree. Th only
action th Slate amid maintain against the city, If
any, was a proceeding to abate the ti jtsanr which
the buildings erected on thl property weuld be held
to be. The Stats could n. bring an action of eject
rnentfis: piemiae It had never been solandof i nor
could It receive prints for tb use of Its nsvigahl
waters. (V. 8. Constitution Art. 1. flee. 10, 1.) Tb
State cannot, therefor, bring an action for th rents
of Us market.
In ormclusion, counsel deprecated tba pnwirton of
th Mat la tb enntoet. Her position was an un
dignified and melancholy . She had eondsacen.1
d to oosne Into Court and contend for th rrtf.lt
of a huleaeoe M had permltb d to lav set up and e.m
tinned toe a long number of years. It now ask el
tut only for tU i-mfda of inch a nulawaw I th
last, but de mand.d lo tat put in tssMaiwion of th
ulsuion, an a to continue tt for tb future, and
kmirer I ave the proceeds.
Mr. Btuocbtoti reilleil to tha argument, enolend
big that toe Wat could reenver th pr.ts g a nul.
sauce at up on her own ttrrltory by stranger,
fmn tb party so acting In violation .a her right,
taking In all rest ect the nppoait ground of teat oa
th fait ofthe Consswtlon.
J m lg Deau then moved that the p'alntlrhb rulr.
Oil to put In erav He eotn4alnta, et,lf the jury found
for tb pUunlirTs, they eon Id n4 find a common ver
dict i the plaintiffs, Tak.r and llrennau were no
longer leasee of th State, and war therefore, only
Joined for the purrswiw of recovering tl rent and
profits. Aa th Judgment In each case must tar aepar.
ate and distinct, the partita should bedlsjotned. The
Court overruled the tmlon, aud directed the cane to
f.noeed, holding that Taylor A Br n nan war proper
y Join, d for the puraes of their action.
Mr. IltifeWd thun ofwned the case loth jury on the
part of thedefeudanta. Ha waa not igtha opml.si ig
I s c'sinael on the other aide Mr. Btroughton, tli at
-aaedidnot afTord Biifficient giound f.rpuhllo
excitement Tl.e can was one of the greatest Inter,
eit i ami f that reason, must excite a deep Interest
In tl e public mind.
Usuiael then sued to tlie title of the different par.
tli b to the property In ipiestl m. It belonged to th
fity of N w York, first by prescription, au I sooondly
by solemn grant Il'yoml tro to which th mem
ory re nian runneth not to the contrary, the prnjier.
ly In question belonged to the city of Nw York. It
was a so granted to the city of New York by the
Iiorigaii charter of lCKI, an'l hy th M mtgomery
cbaiter of ITlin. Mr. Disteed then read from the
Imniran charter, which ceded to ths Corporation all
tho land unappropriated and not patented on Man
hattan telaud to f M low water mark meaning, as
counsel argued, low water mark In all future time.
Tlie Montgomery charter had granted to th city a'i
land f.sir hundred font brynnd low water mark.
Mr. lluateed contended that th. ae char.
tcra granted the fee of thl prorty hi th
Corporation of New York, and that It was ai
fixed a grant cou'd ntake lt,to any point our Aua
lirtd fett tieynnd lout wafer mtrs-, which m'ght by
any means, at any time In the future be established.
Mr, r.varta suggested that that doctrine would make
tbe city owner, at any time, four hundred feet be
yond the isiiut It bulhled out Mr, Disteed respond
ed, " Yea, If It taik them Into Jersey city, u.l an
neie.1 that p'are to tlie United State of America."
Ths Cisirt said that tb d.a-trtn would enaMe th
City of New York to so fill In tbe river annually, un
til the people of Jersey City would be overflowed by
tte jludsnn. Mr. Dusteed said when that time
came, the qneellou wlllM b between th people of
Jersey City and tbe Stat of New Yorkit was now
between New York Mtate aiul New York City.
Judge Potter then said that all proposition must i
so far rvaeonabl a not to be absurd ; and h was
of th opinion that such a doctrino would soon ap
pear ridiculous when followed to lis legitimate re
sult he would tak tb rssinalbllity to over
rule that point at once. The quest! a having
been thus aiimmart'y dumoaed of, Mr. Husteed
then passed to the point that the owner tn fee of any
e;ocrty, waa entitled to all alluvial formations, or
accretions, which also gave the city the right to
mails laud on thl or a.y other border of fi city.
Tbry ehould prove, said oounael lu clnalng, that they
bed only uaed the land In question, when It bad
ceased to te land under water, but had become land
blah ami dry, adjacent to the cityi and en the prtn
clije ust quisled, they had a rluht to It M'. Ills-
teed theu concluded ly saying tlut I no m .'.er what
wpa uoiia oy lam envy, n parvy wa arter ner, nn
the principle, "Yiaiahall, or you alian't: you will,
or yisi wonti you'll let d d If you do; you'll be el d
Alter a reoews of three minutes, Mr. Burroll, on of
th dty urveyors, was called, and state. I tint that
he fully, agieed with the witness for plaintiff, Mr.
Smith, In regard to tbe survey of th grant tl Trinity
Church i 1 have, twtareen Use yeara 1S4T and it,
s, en the land bare Iwtween tbe bulkhead and where
th vesael lay) thl wa between Kultm and Veaey
eta. th formation I refer to as land was alluvium!
about thla market it wa usue'ly very filthy, and
arreted a stench t tha boats that came up hare were
ouly O) ster and and market tastts.
The wltiii'iw waatlen enawvaminedas tie survey
inula by him at the tiudano of Comptroller Flagg,
lu IsMI; thai survey ha desired should ! ma.lo that
he might know whether Washington market wai In.
aide or outside the city limits i witn.ss said he
nieoe sueli a suivev. tod a mania It which ha had
recently ks4ct for lu the C"Uiroilci's office, but
t-ai'd in t find It, but which ho believed to be th
same alluded to In the comimuilcation of Comptroller
KhVg to tha Common Council, In relation to that
marsit, In which le a. id it did not belong to the
City, but bi tl.e State, of which he waa svtlsfi d from
a survey lie bad mala. Mr, Klagg recienniendal that
tlie city make no more Improvements on that proier
ty for that shs; witness teatified that high and low
water marka were at preauit only Indicated by the
apsarauceof the jivriwndlcu'ar ante of the build,
lugs c noted u th proiairtyt that these buildings
vert ynadt bj earjvnttr. This question was to
show that tbry leers not I As natural formation of
thr rbbina and flowing of th fife, as it had been
contcndi d that there was mslung dous on the
tindery lu queatlou, except what nature brought
J..hn Hrower, sworn I am a butcher, doing
biislueas lu 0t b atn ct I wai clerk of Wasldngtoil
Maiktt under Msyor Htr(Kr; I tiave been ao
quait.ttd w.th those premise for fifty yeara; I re
elect the circumstance of the building of the first
bulkhead, went of West at rw t ; lu '41 the tide was
ao low that the anil was bare, and w oould not
(it up tu th bulkheads by the length of a plank
a sae-eof 11 feet i thla Boll waa alluvium from the
rlvur. Ttila witnoaa agreed with Mr. Sorrelf, last
lmfoiehlm tn th ataud, tu lhe material matter
Wilson J. Hunt, a grocr, onrner West anl Fed.
bui streit. cats,! I a-n familiar with the Markit In
question; I have Iweu In business In the netgh'sir
hisal since IvIS or 1S10 ; I wai tb. re before tbe
market was built ; I lecollect fie first bulkhea.
wrst i4 West at reel that waa built i the olasa
is Iswta that came up to Wtwd strew, at the tun tUe
first bulkhf ad was bul't, were am!! fiah, oyeter, and
market boats; previous to 1s21 or '13, all etassas of
vessrlscame up to Wist street. The witueaa then
dee. rllied the crafts that came up aUsit lsl',, 1c
since that time, aud atates, flubstantiatly, what ha
iteu tea n rep. ated lu previ.sis teat-mony.
Juatua H. I rte swicn 1 am now running a boat
Is twee u Albany and tola city i fn.m 1414 to HIT I
had a lace of buslneea (gnaxry) nearth Washing,
hxi Maiket. The teattmony ofthe wttiuaH was
merely as to the time of the building of tbe bu'k.
hida, Ac, which lias all Iwen before rcimrti d. He
thought, subsequent to ISiT, large bowls did but come
tiplothcbu'khiadson Weet street.
Isfsel Kaud','i4i, swornl have lived in Liberty
and Chanibuis street since ISIUj I am a physiela
I kuow tie prcinl s calle.1 West Wasilngt m Mark
et, and was very familiar with them up to 1330.
Hr. Ilamlnipn then ttatoei inai it was tnnugnt ne
cessary at tlie time ol lining In of these slips that It
atasild la, done.'.to i reaurve the tiraltb of the city, aul
Alter the couc'ushn of the evidence of this wit
ness, the teatimouv of ths case was cbswd and the
Jury discharged unto Hatnrlay. Th questions of
fact which are to tar contended for by ciemsnl In
aiimmUig up, was then settled upon and submitted
to the Ctsirt, after which It adj-ainiud.
.tfc.'ywo'on, iinyl kit It'll uiuinsf th SnprrriMrt.
Th j'lijde rt rel. SlrSjirdon llaktr rs. tht
L'oiird uf .Viiierrfsnrs. Ou th Application of
Judge Idiiiieids, Jiutge Ingrahtin granted an altern
ative iiMM.dw.tiiiM aaluat the Hated of Suiairvlaore
dlniling them to pay to tlie p'aiutiir jr.U.000 f ,r the
exiamara tneiirieil l.y the lioard of I'omuilaaiuner
of ittcord. In having the records of tho Kegtater aud
County Clerk's cthce pi luted aud bound, or to show
cauau why they should not javy.
Tho order waa uow rvturnahle, and a few daya
longer were given the respoud. uts tu prepare re
Prime I'Attg. All tJerlie are rngacad In
finding a alts fur a Central Park (a 1 New Yotk.) It
men." that I'ncpect Hill I conceded to lain arest
town and all tho tei rlea. It la two mile distant from
WAiriiMAJi Diiowgiii. A watthman, famil.
larly kuow n a l'mx, engaged In guurdlng tbe brig
lAiira, lylug at leula' whaif, fell oveiboard ou
Thuieilay blghi, and waa last aren aliout V o'olia k lu
the evening. Yesterday momlng, hi bat and on
sin was found. His faithful dog remaiued at tlie
p'ace whai It la supssied his master fe.1 overboard,
aud cesild not lai luducwl to have,
KiNoaCorsTY BFrrni.iCAN Nomimatiois.
Th It. -publican Assembly Convention met lu tha
several districts last eve lng, and nominates! the gen
tleiueu named aa caudi'latt for th Assembly aud
Ikiicgatea to tb Judiciary Convention :
flral l)lHrx-t Aaeemh'y Oo. W. 8nu.wxl,
IKiegatta 8. M. Miskib aud Fatacia F. IUllon.
scend IittrM Aaaembly-ll. U. lUenr. Uale-
gatea F P. Crivxaand Litis uianasva.
7'Aird fnslrfcl-Asserobly llin. U. U. ncvxt.
I)elcgat.e-Oeu. 11. H. Utava aud Osoaox Q. Hex.
""ourta Pisfrfef-AaaemlHy-THaovjoaa TiLvoa.
neicgatoa TimnAB 11. Boimaxi ! K0!
"r'lt PfsfrW-Aaaembly-Looiisi C. Aanio.
DeSe"te-Ca. Jo", V. W. UT-Am.n.
Bir-ucAa AaagMnTT Hoi Ano.-LMt
-.mtegth.aV-JuWlc4uxdeegate.to thJth Asaem;
bljdh?rltrodltl'oi.m tfall, corner of Bwenaud
MeeeTrole eta, K. II. 8. B. Cou waa choaen Lhalr
T1 ..Aa.w,.TaTLoa.suretarr. l)r. Faauj
h!tbtiiiu. was nominated for R' mbr of Aaseox-
I H. Terniu. was noounaiea lor smir "--
,: ' " d .. B - ,,! jeyis (9T, le
llV4B.Ta P. vow, - u- i
5ae lo ' Judiciary CvnvenfVm. Th Rspubjlcaii
elryaa-a to tt Mb Assembly District Convmtoa,
ft at tb Odeon, but adjourned U Monday evening
without mslilrjj any nomlnatlnna. Th Arn'rlcaa
delegate In tba fith Aaawub'y Irlstrtet CoDVebtloo,
also mat at th Odeon,but a ljourued without making
Bfu. ITuvitow'a ewnrnio Hnttrr.
if rs, WIrTLOvyi , .jperlenc 1 name and Female
Fhyslctan, has a Beothlag lyrnf for Chlldrea teething
which greatly taallltatao th proeeas ef Teething, T
softening the gams, redaclng ell Inflammation t win
allay sll pain, and laser MrenulaU tbe newels. De
prndepoa It, Mothers, II win rlv rsel t yoartelre
and relief and health le year laaota, FerfeeUy af
la all ease. Bob varywher. Prle ealy a ent pet
Snrnn'g Ho. 2 Sbtwtski Maeinn. ,.100
tiaml 'a No, 1 Sna MtrvlTe ......,
SINOnt'S STAMUARI) MACHlrTBa for
purpose r well vwowii to e witnouv any so
rival la tbe market Much baa reeratly be i
enbllahMl tw reeard to varlowaatllelMBl mad. bv Sew.
InsMachtn , gerurer's Msehloewmaks tb bsUasfe
ever Invewted. ani e it iw the Kt style.
FAMILY SEWINe! MAC'HtNM, at SS0 ITS,
are capable ef p forming, la Uv best style, all th
swing of ft prrvftte family.
IIvwmtw. Ostsa gBnvoaii sjo fA,
L H. BIMa I CO, N. M Brnadway. l. T4
No. la rwltoa st, Brooklyw.
Kxovr It! Society should know It at least
that portion of society who wear Hatethat Ksox'a
Fall ang Winter fityli are the most eleeentever prw
itareil. Ksns' ewtabllshmrnt at tbe comer ef Broad
way anil r ul'en sri et. Is one of the InstibrtlMis ef i4o
Ihnm. end all wh deslr to bslnfasUKm purehas
tbeir list of Xjiox.
I.KAgr Kooral ! Lkat Kvra! II
I.F.AKY FfXJFfl ef all kings fwpttrad anl WAR
A.NTIrn WATKR TKinT, with the FATI2IT MICA
and FIFROL'8 CEMENT. Ostl ami saa samolee, and
rerereniwe. .r,risr.rii iiinu ar v.tr.
dear, or. Whit st
Wacom' Italia amd tiir Scikviui.
Wooytef street Public hont and Jsn street M. R.
8 School, te tha number ef ano, maoethe lour of Italy
at on and a half aud four o'clock yesterday afternoon.
FAI.f. Sttlk Hat, A vd Ca Every desira
ble style and quality unsurpassed by any. First Pre.
Biluiu. I soil' Rutin endChlldrrn's data
KELUKJll. Manufarturnr, Ml Canal street.
Forw CilARMisiri Tnixos '--Two excellent,
ileess this srternoen. and the MrsTpaiora Srasaora,
tvatslilatlMaeoa'e Mlanir. The Hale Sisters, tbeae
Inimitable artietea dance dlvlmdy oa both occassoua.
Wnrr.i.-n A Wnoi'a
Orhce. h( Hnadwar.
IstheTleet and Cm-aprat article for Dreaeine, TteautL
fylng. Clranlne, Curling, Preserving and Restoring
Uielfalr. Ladle try it Bold by all Druggist.
Fnvgf.r 4 Lthh'i 8k wo MAenmn.
Warranted to rive tietter satisfaction than any other
machUie In this markit or nowaey refundMl.
M.H.-1'aiea KxiKiriauUKs). So. Wl Droadwsy.
Bah m.r'a Cri.itniiATra
Family Maehlm-a-rrleee redue-l Irom fflo to $fA
IIAllTUULF Mtnufacturlag Co, 4 Hroadeay.
PBAry m t'cnrn, however caul, by a new
Metho.1. Ad'iresa ir. It., tarn i. eersonally or by let
ter, at No. VII Uraadway, New York.
orsoMgi RBOrl.lllinTAtaj A PnRrniiiii.
ral examination t tOWI.K. A WKLLr), 30i Uroad
wy, to lern then true vocation.
For tiik KtrtRif)it to th(!rpat Ots.te
IVrla of ln Island, en Sunday, Oct. H, take tbe
Bte'ftiiiboal llaoae, Law. Sue advertlsemeut.
Hr&u- Ute IlftlsM-i-.
HYTr UFi nALS4M CONSTANrLY lit-CKt-ilI0
Id r"--'-'' --(IhI". FortKall t-ri
IM irmetlf Im t-wrf broi-thttlB-i of th Loitl
But ft hiu rerformi .or rnrth ar other
rlirleiinrlnirth. iiTMpt-risi "I tli Ao utlrWf
Tifi-1ileonipaD1, nad with frm2f Ctr ami In tb
-in maaucr it wai wbra flrvt lutrodnCM t (h pnl
lie I it hai mafia Ita war thr uball worthleai ooiu-
llitKIJUf MKIUCINKOF rUE A (IB.
BhMimatUin, irrlula, aalt rhm, rrnl , bar
lerilrh, and lika dbwaM. of Hit Mool : tlrppa.J
liTff aoti kldni'y rouipltluU. trnrbitls c, ar all
driven from thavyitAm by tot potpn t purifier of tha
b tvwi ffm YprT rorruirtlnn and lnfrtlia.
HYATT 8 Vim balsam U th- onl Inward m.lcl
that baa Lorn known to mra tMuU and rnnr
A FKW F IT8 ORE4T CLRKvj !
HYATT'S UPS HAL-U-1 rtirad nr wtlVi of A f M
tf nlrratii (rr(paUA when dsirfori couW do nothlof
f r htp. and ah waa appr-Dtl dt-f. Jamu e
LiN, IV Hi-tnti" rtncH
II tVlTTH LIFU ItVt-aAMmirMnaof ompllew
tlou of dinMH-ai brviicbttU, coiiito, pln In tha br-t
and tii). livarconiplatnt and dppsla. I wa roduoad
to a tnrra kItua. It aUtcuradm f pbw of a
vrre rtmof lnlkxuiAtnr rbeonxatla o. Mra. IIaimouu
4.M Ilu.l-n at.
1 wan alUitttMlfor DltM ytrt wlfb aa nWr, which
my phf(Hn aalti amputation would onlrcuro
llralt'i Ue Da-uun Cored rots.-Mra. Maatui, Melroae.
I waaconflnftlto mrroomhr a af r oaM of rh-m-mtim.
I tuoh Hratt'a Lit- H-l-am t la four dar I
waaontof lb bomm, and tbrre bittka curad mow -UL
rrloclp.ld fur HYATVfl UFK HUtAV, SVJ
Orand rt. New Yorr. 8oM If UA YE, 17 Fulton U
7& oicta ft bottlf ; alt for 4, -71
C'leta f Txfap?f-iiirr -It Varaoa Jw
tlon Nn. i O of T .will liolla p.iMlcnT"tln-t their
ItalL lt itowtM-r. tii.4l4tiirtlav)rvr Worthy Ura-d
l'-troo Jurt.T. KKHtU in-tall tlw oiliN-r (IcL
Th n'Wtiitf will lr aMrvM y aivrral tMitlnin
and bnribvrai of lite Orlrr. Tha inmn of the dif
fcrnt t'niiratir'orKnai''ain an th publl are
rtf.HTtfully luvltU GKO. 0. PUVrT, f, I V
llarala-'a Qalrk Ilrllrf-3lr atlfBcf) ef
Ita fnat rn'-ti.- voeir. Tha rVop'e dm It. Wa
have aoiil In the lat twrnty lira daya mora than two
tho-Mnd lioitlt, and are eontiuuaUr reciWlnjT itw
rvliiire from ws-11 koawn rltiumaof it wonifrful
and aj-toulfhirn curative puwvi. It will runt rhmim
t-np, roukb, pain In the tretirt, back or Uniba. dr'0
trv rullt (onttiace, neuralala, pilaa, rrup, hxaJ
arliv, catarrh, UnteiicM of ail fclbibi, or paiua art in it
from an canaa. D. pot VCb lio-rr. Foraia.4l Mud-ounteWilhi.daf.a-id
Notlcr--Tbt-tf ,vill ba n. irrtlnr f tkfi
Trai)AtlantlMtwkir bM on lloodar.tha ftd cf
ct4lafr. fortbeitbctlunuf fm'ra, at th Oramarcj
rara ikhih. ani evttrv niwmter u roueaua w l pra
I - -, -mi rvrrv iiiuu
acuU 1'. COKVWN.rapt.
Tmpranrr l1r?lac .f lb tmmbara
and friidtiof the fiif akt r-and S!nni 4eMrut.onof
ISew York apd Hronkh n. will in et on Baturdi- vvvu
UirtbelitolOrt at l'-a Itow rr, at Ho'.lofk p.m,W
nominal and alat't ullirert fur the ntuinit 3 mouth-
The watchword toctia aud a'l Intarraud In lb eleo
tlor.a ie- Hetarlv at th iuttiiiv, and elot tnarUht
mtn In fhe rl htplaoe, that tha ouuiiuit 3 month mar
I triitlr.l with aMindaut puottva, lu threelamatia
ol ttie Cnnikaid aril a the o.nnV rate drinker. Wo
alMmrdlellr Invite all trntprraece men vbtvUh
wt II to th rauae, to come an I Join our rank a, and let
ua try to mtke a mora uoiU4 eeTort to imi down a far
a our lull rue la concerned, tha tearful driokinn
cuitomaof vnr cl.la. Then ftir a lou paL, aud a
itrtioit will, a1 a pull a)UitHber. Wa ahall mcenrn
1 1 ir I) alt that a i drafre.lf wa are only united. K. FA I-
M.K.Iresldsul, J NO. ULUVC.K. BocrsUr r, IW
Nellee Balieta Tb" Baaer ml New
Yoik aud vl Inity, are vvNineated t attend a nteetlo
of the Journeymen- Itakers 1'nlte.t Aaviclatlau, at
tin ventlmi Hall, 1TV Wwstsr at, ti-t Ul-wker anl
ibai'tnu, this, H iturday rventne. tVI. 1st. al S n'rlork.
ssrnire aiu lie eoiueinine nrousnr ra-i in- in" m1
In w bleb all are e.,iall In . ret, rf.
JAMKj I'A 11 K-
CU,riea. lifcKYrEKWIL:K, Hoe. prolsiu.
Tilrraa Criisef Kr IVar ef lHI'J, efth
Slstaef N.w York. K Monlhly Mrs-tins of Ills Or js
while h.ld at lli-al-iort. ra, rli Mspeoard st, ea
MonSay eveolne, l,iliils-r Hi), tan!', at 1H n'rlek.
I'linltial attoiiilane Is M,uaHed It ertler, THOIlAR
J I HI Ml all, 1're.tl AUU'M COLKMAJ., Kei'y I A.
W. JChKl. bee, IM
rtemr Nilee The Mall far Rarapo
yia IVa.tbaBii.tan eml Havre. T I'. H. Steamer NKW
YDrK.. wij eloMet tbu ultie ou SeAurelay. tbe 1st
elar m October, at HI1 'eWk a m
Iim 1AC Y. lOWLEtt, Po.tuia.ter.
Meeka!." Iasi'lle A epeelal aaeetlaif
of tba iDttuUwlll la, hiht at tha rnouia, W Fourth
sve. en atoeeay eveeins, OL 8, at Ho'eloek. Urn.
hera are p.itieularly rwiueateet to attea.t, as huslueas
of Imeortanea will dime taai-re tbe uitlus. rJy ne
aerHAVlllll K.NAll'.rrt.lelcuU UAKL.NERVAN
K-i !),. .. oclla-H9
ll.llewav'a Plil. Haw pw'af! ad Da.
tleu'lv ternearethemaladiearaeuliai'ie the ntler
eexl 1 lieM fills aautly stin.alst llieaat'n anl re
ttureaUluuttioual eturauimiiieuU to health. Menu,
factory, tWMalelen Lane, S. . Ill
T. F. Irleakir's Ilar before lhe Tasa
Uoere Club, eu "Joaatbau Irt, tbe Dean of 0L Tat
I trk'a," at tne Uea.pi r lii.tiUtr, Tuesday eveuln. ta-t
4i b, alt Rat. Tiekru k r sale by the member. ul tbe
luh anil tbe Irish Neva tluanl. Also at Ihinlnau's,
til Hreadway llsverlv's, II Fulton st; Hall Hoo'a.
music at.ire, tbe Irish Amerlran, Irish News uflleaa aaJ
tha luatitut. Adiulw lou lib cents.
The Failie Mslhsw Tesaperware ll.Woele-
y wtllhol.! a pul.lle Teniperano meetlntoa Soaetay
eveelus nexl, l cl-Vil, at their Hall, Wit Unioius st,
1heullowinssei.tleiiien will rakou Jainpeiaeeej
Mr John tiluve, Adni Funaaau, r. Feieut'r ana
ethers on which eeis.lore, the at baas Msun,of Urook
llli, thesrrat teniierauce via-allet. will he pieaent.
The I'lil.lie are n speetlu y luv it-et to attend. I lojirs
rprnstlo'eluek. ly order e.f tUW'l U CAKKf,
r rest. UIV'D1ULT0N. See. o
Natlee The ne.Hiwr Ooanerly Msetlear
""."r' n .. .. I'.ll. A It anrl. Will
ef the St. Jaruee Honiaa Cath. T. A a Society will
li held at their meetiu rewuis In i,velt st, ou
e.,i frtx Tariel rnvssA flaw mm.
-Jlmrtt of heeuiitol end useful alLVEK-HLATKD
TAHoVt VM.VM- Coaiiwnies er lndlvulual fur
wCkMl promptly at the owtartees. ly
Bll5 LUCIUS UAKT. i aad Barl f Sll.
sjast DeBntea Ilevaraa Olasae, i
af VillUHia IIHUB-.IH .1. AI1KNT
riABUAIN, pure Jule of In Urapa, tluctuiwd with
k.v, Kheabarb, Juniper, Per a tan IWLvc.fot
vyifAIC.M!.KVOUl, UtgPtPIIO INVALID.
t U aon clautioely iwiXHunieSklled fuc alaeas e
It la eouecie iitiou y iwtXHuaiiesk laid fuc disease or th
stoniarh. tKmekh"V kldaeya. ".yt
Quart bottle tl, at Wi!'Jjiu'11 5?:
way,Ue)Bwety. Dpot Vatl st. s WIM
Urease-1 Walakete ! ' Maatjaekea, aaJ
yeur heaid woa't vw. uaa Bay Ouasot (e.tsldlahed
li) w blch will fore Us beard to to In ali we-k
lTeMoibat fe, wnhtet atanxer Injury to.tbe
IkiuT I?er B. O. URAUAal, lull Naasae. tt ill
COTTOM (ETNB AND DM DOB TlfTOB.
OENEIl Jj NOTICES
JAittEs o. cooru,
coMin-nosr.B or dzcm,
OTW rOMC SIT, OfT'CB,
A, ClMhln. A.
RETAIL riUCE3 CUK&8.VT Or TDB MAJrOlJ,
Err-ygiT- cxoTUDia wAnraovrs.
M AND CS rtLTON STBEET.
BETWEEN GOLD AMU CUTT STK E
Osattmer bnstness enat
i all evsr sac ana espe. .
Qooel Mark ilnth froek eoat. f t
Kin Maek elnth froek eoate I e t
The i est r mich eiotb froek eoata l & 4
Oa Imevs tmetne ptnts.
rliB 4rs eant
w f tdUvestJairs if !
et. !M2 2
....,.., .,. ............. 1 v at
All th new sSrt
Paner velvet vesta.
j irnar vest.
Come We Week doth en Its,
i;sasimar iux to praten. .................. .
Jit, tl, Iti tli. itf, $H m. wt.
Ah W -. Aa, Ai. A.
KOGKRII V RATHOl U
. , FOR TUB FALL OF DBS.
Deis-Bios4 ta maintain tbehlshast BOatlU, U thi
. . 'llrrllNUTllAlJl,
aennlretl by ear llouaa ta ea-xy year el iuiin m
slnsas, w open the
with the - a
MOST riT-flSlT! TKr
eT kir.Tf FAPIllO.NAULK CI)TI1IN).
ever presesitsd te ear fallow citliwne.
VARI Y OP BTYLKa,
ELK) A NT NDVrl.TIK.
8t.KVjCKAIII.il Ill'SIrtBAt 0AaUT.
KXTRKUK nir.APNHM L
In4ewenweef reaterlal aad rtn-Bahri. it
'aix Ourrmae roa vu nsL ta
aaiaap lie vsi WBoui law ra .
lo an th departnieats er our bwataeaa. t t
Men'a, th Uny
r's and the Order Ileartmant.
Wlt ASK ULT O.N rklCM
AND WE TAR NO OTUBt .
.. ROOEES BATMOrTD
weolJ seirsaet to psrwnts that t hair eta: t
FALL ULJITIIl Nil KIIUMllva
I new evntMt, and enmpr as enoie
ihi.mii nkw nrri s fuk tiir si
jaeJUsllPf aepent ureas and laoey suit.
Bchoenl suits, store snd vfllesi sairK
everroats. ti aeeka. A.
CITKAIt ITS TltU SICUB-
a d es tu caaraevenetise cs taia I
BO0ERS A RAYMOrTD
Atsneomniend thflr Kltensfv
KKECUANT TAIUIRIVO iKPAJtTaf3TP
T ui attention of dtlai n. ant stransera. U ts stoeaw!
1 wHfc ..Mrh Pall irnl 1Srinap -J - - - d S .
and Besltsh superflne and srrvlceble elotrat, eeawl. 1
tuerse, vesttnxa. Ae..!, reewlveet dleect fma t bea I
fun-Ian nianufacterlee, and a rt asasatM i
jtODERATR PRICF.SL ,
UUA:. or STTL-, i
pr.RFiilo.i or m I
DISPATCn W EXr'UTLNO ORDER
Th undersigned sriarantee
g.iw.rslm, te Every Casio r.
vre.a.n w ..waa.,..,.,
VYholeeaU and hVUU Cloth,
H', Vl. 110 Fulton Hi sal'
0ppo.lt the M. Y. Urll eflVee. " "
. CtoUtn. ----- - -,-
TUB LAEQESTUI TUB CTTT.
IVuTI by rTlt.RABT0EU expressly toe
HO TO AND It dOVTRRT,
Th larreat aasortinnt ef fashlonahU ran aad ai
tar Uotbln ef (very variety, taste aod atrle ever 3.
fereijindwlU besoldtas. U lay ar state
e i pyssz.
sn one wa
.Th nrelartlete that can he had la tb world, a-H i
ployed la the Custom end ethar dssaitiaiaite of tb j
uiiaamaoi. s U1UU, PISBS au Bno: BVaMIn IB
alrsa'i eprtmnC s MT, Th aTUl
nD ftk Irt Tarae WeexTwr Flaw Material
rams, from No. It to U , I and -rtv yarn New. 14, If. r
s, yu, and 14, warranted superior quality. For sale a
Fa ry Head Fsuaeny flssi
NOTICE TO DEAU S.
Be stows, oniha, brwahea, pufuiaaii, oBet,
end eotton Upe, eewinxsllka threads, saew4et. 7
ephvv wool. Ae
Buuns rroc ii xo per aoaexy am. r
ilavine mada nia
vtnp tnads niany additions te our stook '
meat we sr-
(teat asmaa to cash purehaseee.
a. T. A W. O. PRANXARD,
Pferflt Datek farete. ai
and Fnltoo eta-Dlvlne servlee every Shb M 19X
SM o'clock p.m. and Prayer If ertio la tbe evw
nln at I 'elock-Sahbalb Bcbool and Ulble Ct 4
a. in. and 1 p. m.- rrtday even Ins: Prayer Meekta as
e e cioca. a aauy rrarer ataetin ireaa aa x ww ea
AU are Invited aud seats furnish- Id
Bealah Parvtentar Mapllal Okarrk MA I
Tlro.dw.y, eorneyVOthst. Rider P. & PROMB,fre
Hnlltvau Co . N. Y , will (D V t-reach oa Huadara, )
(lit. yd and Pth. Servlee st KlV ni. Bad Tw a. m. 1
1ivers of pirtleular aod de-Units stonement and eat
vatlnn hy sraee alone, are eeaetlally lavited. eat
free for alt, 1"
le BVitas Ckareb, Breablya Ray. , B. i
Till KSTON will preach tomorrow, at lOVf a I j j
o'ilocr.sii'1 alitnaa the Cbilmeu'e raeetla In tte I
evenin , at JH o'clock. IM I
I'rer. Blalllsaa preaebre alaleelly at Calea
( hipsl. eiir ofl.uth rt and lle.Medway, ev y 8abei.ih.at
loH em. and at IX p.,. Rveoin suliji-et to-caarrvw
- "I h I i.trriidlat. Alme uf foula. nrteeva lliedk
and tba ttesunenlaa." Dests free and straeisrs met
teater Yrlrtsa 1'wrpw l INI 'J will aa.
cor tt Itroadwav and Oliver at, uu Sunday, Oet td
at . ..'clock. P. M-to attend Clvluesrrvloeia a tawy,
tIM llaiitlat cbun bin Ulnar t by Invitaen. II
cuenely theKev. IL l VA KJ TON, Pator. U 'temry
veteran attend. If weather permits. Hemeuitve- aa
reM.lullou ye.il I asai-il uaanlnnaudy. Hy order Ii, H1Y
1IUMI, Ceh idAAU M. FUYIbaAdjt, Ui
Aaterlraa tlbl I'alwa Tae Aaalvereu-w
ef thellltile t'olou e immi nee on WedmasleytMixt let.
nth, at llo'elick A. MMln the church, eor of lireaae
auel hiiaaleth ata. ilia nieweluaa well ciutluue raira
Iny, altvmjob aud vetili. thruuph tw dare, lewr
eailu rapnrts on the proynas of the revlaioa eftbe
ke.alUbllil.ls will U pre eutad. TbafolhtelDaiaa
ether sptakira, are tseeeteet toaddre the Uateeu sr.
Ilaiketl, Mass.) Key Mr. Kveua, Unoa i Dra. Eaaa.
(leuant. Arailtaae, W.rkotf, aud Cl.shora, M, Y.
luv J. Chaiieu, Pa i llrac cearide. lad i Thea.a.0
llindersou,Ky.Prof iecavul V. ol.lls
Tklily vraih twreei M. IC Chare
Pr.aehms on Suudav, rd Inst, at !njj a.ex.aadjJ
u eu- L tba 1'a.tur. K.v. JOHN H Mf riMlRi.L. riH.
Bul.Jiet at lu a u-MKeuampioa of tb Body.
Text, Hutu. B, r UU. Bacraiaanl at I p.ra. BWl hi.
Itr. J. H.rvlee villi Pre. eh (D. Y.lat
I.enii'ltlne Hall, "th st, Ilk ivcmi Sabbath, d lot,
at llV o'clock A. at., and at h to 1 o'clock P. IA lab.
J.rt in the evenlus, Ksakteu a Vlsloa ef dry bea-o
slur hich, a special outl.i tioo 111 b takeu aa, lit
TTbe Itev. Y. M. Htk wf Alabaaaa evil
Ieeaeh to-nienow mnrnlt In the Aaaoclate IteVw i
'realiyttriao church, cor of Tboiupaja a d lloittoa
J. I Illbwp la la 'preark ta-aiarave
evenlos, si TH lorV, at tbe sanctuary, IIIHPlstst,
subject: Ibe ftilflllmet.t of the Propbeeliae the
see, ud eeoului efChrUt, the IllllUiluat, Ac, As." hU
A naptlel seaadty Hrhael Ualaa wtl b
nrssolard on Tueailay nsit, I lei. In th First Dat
thu.clilBrorn,. M.h. Y ), .tVoeloe. p. . 4 Joa,
stitutien will ta, rrtw-nteti. I very peraun wha dalra
to unite In fornilo HaiSlat Sunday aVb.ml epailaa
llop, w hleh will wa-ure to Suneay rM-keols th'irea la
s'ruitton tn theitoctriiMa, uf Uu, Ulhle, wrthvul rwtrta
tlee or ennipronilie. Is Invited to attend, and U.i sari
ThRT. rr rassmlacw, l It ajaa,rf. J.
hath niomiuii and eveuio next, at Mo it IHlvaHa'
list Cbureb. eor ilst M. and oth ave, at Itr A. M. aa
I p. II. M
CaPr Iaatllat Ualaa Illlrlea Servt.
csa w in Biinasv, net, vu. ttav. r. n..anrisMwi
preaeh In th large Hall at II p. an. Lalua iraee
meellni st p m 1 roerauif pra er nveellaf at aaa.
nd als uduitbi tba week. H
rVrarww aa Ik Hahkalb O.astlea -Tba
Riv Ir. IiOWIINII, Pastor of th Iwaeaa l.ptlet
t'lure-b, I ellerd st, bear Criulue, will preset aaxt
Sunea. niomlDf and eysDio Subject for tbe ,vea
Ins, Tba tll-torv ol the HsbhaMi as ao lawtltatlau; Pw
tiurehae, JewbhaudClirlstiaii, leubjert f .r tt led
iuwlosHiinday eveuius, llet. Plh. The Chr tua, Qe
bathahlaasiuf aud not alsirdeoloMaa. 16
Tb aweober f lb Depaiatlaa fr 1 lha
Fresh terlau Chinch In Ireland wilt preaeh ea Binder.
(k-Uid. aalolloas: Dht. hlioAH at let A. M la lr.
Phillips' Cbuirh.eHh ave, aor. of liikrtt aim P. at.
lulbeAaaK.1. Presbytsrlao Cbureb, eor. ef Loustea
and 1 hompeou sts, aad al Tie P. M, la the South Uutak
Lhurcb, tan eve, eor. of .1st at. (Rev. Dr. atcAaleVs).
Bev. Mr. IHI.L at lls A. U, In Trinity Mstx F.yta
Church, la Beta st, tet Th an K.havia, at P At,
lu the Ilrlek Ckureb ilr. prloB'si,bth ava awr.a
kith at; aud at 'I I' U, In Dr. Iluflsld'a Rhii-ek. Pth
BVB,er. nlalst.l. Key. Mr. WILSON at 10k A. at, .
la the Bev. Mr. Vaodike's Caorch, In Hreetly"! la f
tho aft. moon ss advertised elsewhere, and at la) P at,
luth tlUv. Mr, bockweU's Church, lirooklya. 11
b h.. s,a....l Itiaprv eatewa. Be
Cllntoo-Kev. J S ISBall'wlllpreacballoV A. M.
pilject .Has who ts bjIsLI, HHavaiaudal I S-H
Sib3eet.Tberl.hn-r.arHi 1-u larus. bacraxiitnt aad.
UvsteaatatlP.M. Beau free. lie
OatJeer rrvarhlaa Tke I,rV wftlla .,
there wlU b -eachle st Cihtle May at aaA
JO A M. and at foot of Delai cey st, B It, -l i'vi P bUT
W. Abb' Ckarrk far Ileaf Mate A
Ihetr frlenda ISth st. near Mb av. trj aarvleeaal.isS
AMsniiTSPM Blsn service at 'AIM. rLaTldl
(iALLAtUKT. the rector, will preaeh the "
ver-ary seraioa lo auorrow evea'a. Tb a"!'."1
Akraedaa atejeaja C.iaa Cak lka-
Sska- . PiwMb Cblldroo'. awla( a
Ha VS. W-tw3Sf Mr. LUCIUS UAJUJU".
tlsia Aawawasa BilaerB, aw-iaav
srrOBiiSTrti F. waorrw. at llstaodl
5v ftaNnayV thai Wcsrb, Fhevaea, TJftk