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ft THC NEW YORK SUxT
tuVIljieil dallr. ttin,lara avcea,..i i.t i. .....
llilitf ilifc-a. or. Fulton niid ieai -jt., Ml, ,it.
n i Bto mihwrrll-! in New York ci y ml vtclnlt v at
KlaO'nWK in V ,,.1., f (!
LIT I 4 VI t k Ol 1IITIR IUT1 .. .-
S- When petit by meal, Joiir Dollars per year.
Cironktioa 60.000 Copies per day.
THE WFEKLY SLN If rit.uah.d et T5 cental
ftar II intuitu $1 1 alnlonr4eleiiita
MOl'ES 9. PKAf.lI, Pmprlctor.
WAXTKlv-. GOOD (i S COCK M KKR.
Apple Immedtttrlr, cither personally or n. let
tcr.lo tlA8r LL IIKiH., Laror.. and Ua. t'lvtuna,
-ttyllroadsUNeaark, N. J. K5S'1
WAXTI.D THOUSANDS OK C.fcJLS (AX
art fond tdeces sttfiC lliid'nn et, fr all kind, of
work. Lmdorerewantina-heli,hy learlna their ad
Jree will lweulad or money returned ditiiatinna to
50 ftonth aa led) a maid or acaundrees a anted L,
t TATK. ofJ,l.'.J
WANTKD-UDIKsTAlT.lir TO Ol'l'.
rate nn Sinner's. Howe's and Wheeler & Wilton's
r-ewlns tnachlnri tractlcenn work until p. i-fift. and
recommended to eltuatlona, aim) maculues for .ale
Ml'lycorof olivrraiid New lloaery. oo3lJl
TUAXTKl) A SM.KSWOXIAS'-OXK who
v haelaenln a fur store preferred. Appii at tlie
v - itore U Urand at. o.'aJ'ill
WANTKIWA ,01'XU OlliL, AMLI'I
ran or Herman, to do the hontework of an mrl-
ran ramuri one who ran apirfiate a emfirttMe
f nod waelii r and Irom r, and a good laiu cook. Ajily
1 need to l-elnr emon children
want ho a
ihtudar etNo.l)llvii.nn it.
7ANTKI) MX OlltLS 11)11 VISIT. THIN'
v coats: must be eond button hole ntakera; and a
rlrl to do a-encral housework of three In familr ; mnt
e a eood eervent, and eonie well recommend d only
180 Weet 4-UI et. ofi dMU
rAXTT.D-j coon tailokf.nm: to
V work on pant, after machine t to rood hand ran
font and kixkI wasce. Apply VJ'o I ront et, llronkli n,
lid floor. oJiWIM
WANTKD-AX ACTIVK AXI) IXTKI.t.I
m lit Ikit 1 1 or n reare old. harlneatote for
Arawluir. to learn the ennraviuit buaiuee., lunit Ih an
Amerlcau with now! rifi rtucc Addrcaa X. . . , Iwa
4 Bun ottlce. o.'rtlflM
WANTKII-TKKsOXS WHO WIsU TO
have leeennM on Mlnver'a ...win tn(ulil.ia !....
rar, and learned well In the IniKlneee, and n-rom.
nended to ateadr I'laeea, luiulre at .11 IMni-y t,
firit floor. wit ItMfUi
WANTKIe COOI) tf)VT lIVI.sTKKt AT
WiT Wlwt 8Tth et. Good wanna and itnadr era.
flonucut. rtO rM
WANTKIi TWO Ill'XDIJKl) II VXDS
for making white ehlrtattr h-in! . aluoeonio
Iiiannaior ntaaina wnuo enine i) ni4.niiiH.ny ri iiitr
Ju two dollara deKMit, at Jl CurtUudt at, up etaira.
; 1TANTKD 8 OK 10 GOOD 1 IN HOOK.
" ere; hlnheet waiti-i paiil. Aln firawe(.kto
IIAUI r.n & A.MU.-L' I W .W. VmV AI.
WAXTKI) A SIIIHT CUT rEK-OXT. CA
pahleofaiinerlnteiidlneand maoaa-lna themanu
ffartliriua. ou Wheeli'rA Wllenn'e aewina mat liima
il. pertnient; none hut thoae lierfiftly camMe ami well
reeotnmenaea ueea ai(ii at iu eiiin Yerrhoiia-, ti
Ie et. oiifth
WANTTJ)-FIT. STAVniS AXI) FIXIMI
era, Apnly to ". W, LAoAK dt DON, S! llroai
flTAXTr.D-A VOl-XO UVDV OT rUK
"...l"0""'11? apiiearance, to tend auitar itore. Apnly
Kt Hi Oraud au o Jo ft-? J
WANTED IMMEDIATKLY, AT J. MIKT..
MAN'S, Enildoyment lnetltllte, M llroadway.
tp etalra do women and rlrla for aa nianr eilendiii
euuatione now rradl hinlieit waaee; no delay whaler
ja rowd employe I daily, leet ottlre lu the nty.
.iee coat liiuiMi and two farmer wanted. &VI
Y7AXTKI) LADIES TO I.EAliX TO OTT-
rate on Bliiw-r'i and Wheeler b Wileon'a aewin
' tnai hlneat the hlndlne ..uim and lieniinlmf tuli. .
can li-arn atradetrme from (1 to$i. Apply at the
omer of IVarl and Banda eta, orer the rriaerr etore,
iirooklyn. ortl Uclni
axtkd ron Tin: UNITED STATES
inf'-rtuallnu. applr at the prlnvipal reerultlna rendns.
eoiia. lUCedarat. ocJVH1kUI
WAXTED-LADIES TO LEARN' TO op
erate on Wnaer'a, Wheeler it Wllaon'a, and
lloweaeewlncraarhlneei prartloe until perfect on all
kinda of work, and recommeuded to ahopti hlndinn
and all other flaaaee tailaht perfiat lennona al'en
thronfh the day and after A, evenlnga j term -M Aluo
all klnda of eewloi machiuea to let. tall at H.I1 llenry
ft, ncarUrmud. orll ilwr'IH
TirAHTTED FOR IT. S. ARXIV 100
V tlve men. Iay from $11 to fti per month,
tioard, rlothtup, aVo. Alao nmali Una wanted. Apply
ai lui awcruitiui viuova, 3 vuawiaui ai, or .?-. noiim
WANTED LADIES TAIT.HT TO C1K
Xftteoo Sinfcr'atand Wheeler & WUiouiiipirlnf
nttuhtuHibr.Hlnt('r't Utetrarliert practlra until pr
fi-rt on all klad. rj work, nod ffroaimwndptl to Unit
nftrr l&rnlnr. llladlUft. ttirklim nd hftuinrfn mititTtw
Vnrludd for 1,N, Kmp.oytr nuitplliM with th rc
it o.M'Miori ki pitvuiou ii; ai4o oii.riort wiiiieo.
Vtv mv v
WANTED LAM1.H TO LEAUX TO OPE
rt on HinTrt, Whrclcr A Wl.mnii iik other
H-wlitK nmrliini, nd irMilr till pi-rfmt, mud tail.
jt U MilU rmniniirimni iu pit '! ihiipi mm nirriiiDrIi'(J
m wliif niM'Mnc for mIv ud to Itrt, at 111 Alleu at.
A OOOD MANYM'OaMENWANTED DAILY
Cl Oood Rltiifttlonm food ! Kirlft ltel landed,
inil ftiill .rl wanttMl iinmcdintt'lr t thn Imaitutt
tnd Home, ULlffUthpt, cyrO.UtTf, l's'1 n(u
iulr. oii V
AN ArrilENTICE WANTED TO THE
tV mettl idftn ninrnvlnr-Noim Imt a irood. utrndv
lid r-prtbU lo, lit or IT yvmra of an, ihmm! tppl,
Aiimt hftth Irmi of rfrTf-nrt and hvw a twtn fjr
Irawtiin. UiuLre t it C. MUMUi -- lroadtrii-, r.r.
Aalknt. or JO U1.U
JPUR LINERS AND UOUE F1NH1IEK4
' watited. at .Ml MaIIhq Lane t good haud mm1
vatffaaJidittttdf work aiUlw
VVlU .UtUT IH'tMl Hut
OOD MAUD KtNlslILKH AND COIN
ulaherawantMl t'Hherto lump or worn txthdv,
I at WOllroadwaTi uoou, at tin Uroadar 'I hcatm
VU i II.
TAl'ANNEKSW.VXTED 1 ORNAMENTAL
J Japanner a bo la a eood etriper. ateadr i uiplnri alao
a Ik) aiTiiitomrd to d i plain ork, J. II rtUlrlla;
iN, niton at, upatalra, o'Jitj'li.t
LAitii i.vnniT to oter.vti: ti:k.
f'jtt ou keih r V WUei n'a liuproied aealnii mv
hlnee; chareeeooly 1 fortho f llleonrie, rrer ptrt
f tlie inarhlne thoroiirhlc eiplalued and ttiwht. N.
It. .'I he lieminlna an I telllnif anaaea alei f atlitht. Aw
. to 1 J" 1 kilty eiatli it.Ut itb aud "tli ava.o.'l tVOI
PERSONAL INFORMATION WANTED
or JAMrit IIKNNKTT, County l.aud Aleut, late
3f.i7 Itroadwaj', N, w V ork, be hla wife, who can ait
aotrace of htm Nwpiper thmnehoiit the Httia
draee onpr Addreaa Mra. I'KKMbLlA L. IIKNNKrr,
Sew V ork City. 0'kU'131
T) BOOK SEWERS WAN rED-COoD
aeweraand a arlrl to lav oil fold leaf, by J Ml.tf
SOMI.KVII.I.K JIUuniKB, id and ti Centre rt.
rIN ROOVERS WANTED 2 OR.1(.(K))
tin roofera; thoee arctlatoiiu d tl etoveaork prm
ferred Call thla niornlua at WILLIAM T MW.
ULV.lJOthet, near Hd are., Harlem. octtil'lul
ITTT AND PANTAUKIN D A I S T K R S
V wanted i eood haude will cet Rood waaia and
iteaily employment alao a prraecr. Appli ie Norfolk
OILERS FOR SALE rOTR CVI.INDKIl
t hoilawr. btl ft Ion lv 80 dlsuifttwr ! Ilmr mrm aiv.
oud hand, but rood for 5 mra arrrfoa. IVlca imi ear),.
j AI.irrl.nderlo.pr. aeof'-T-t rl. In vool ordur.
NEW AND SECOND II VXD SEWINO MA
chlnea ifor eala Wheeler Wileon'a, Mrover and
llakera. and ot hen. Machiuea uouaht, eirhailfed and
repaired. Ladiee learned to operate, ifll Canal et, 3
loora eat from Kroadway, JuIlN L. KOCKWKI.L.
SEWIXO MACHINES FOR SALE-SIXO-ra
ieuuln,Sof No), one No 9, one lliwe'a Urea
alaa for ieUertua, and two of II iwe a amall alae, cheap
fir caah or earhauaa fur Wheeler o Wilaon'a I Iron t
tilea. allk, neadlea, ahuttlca, ate, fir aale. All marbiuea
repaired In a faithful manner and warranted Nk
rhlnoo u lot. MUOUK it CO., I'M tlm at, near I Iraud
SEWINO MACHINES FOH SALI-SF.C
O ond hand BlaaerV Wheeler Wllaon'a. and (lro
m IUker cbeaplor .!.. IfcaS "&"&. .
.Iianvad. and ret.alred. The onlv vull.rT . . V- ..
dtyiuraeeondhand maehlnea. Wanted to purehi.a
oreaehall tha Wheeler k Wllaou'eTO. TwJ
or eaen all ina nueeier eiwiiaooe,
i IN,- M0 Broadway, room 8, up rtilra.
HAVE YOU A COUGH? ARK YOU
t troubled with a tlckllan la the throat r la roor
oujh dry and huaky I Then be earenilcei rid of it aa
".f poeeiblefor you may, throuth your own no
'fKoa throw n upon your bed fur the lat time with
Ju?d'ulaouraCONdLMr'nON. Ua not delay
iHHi miS'S1'''! l ft "t, then aa iait
.uZTVi J '" .VS 'J??!'!"- or a ouii.nii ;
S"m - ii F0L',0l KXTEXMINATOB ,
" for IL aud row will Cod thai had ran
f" "". iret you weald here found almoat lm-
ariHataawllnf fr'oe aala. t
-.... . 1-. r . .i um mmii mm w
wholaaaU and ntall at 44
lii WHHSr WUUa.bu,,h, ,a4 ,, ,Hli, br dru,.
THE NEW YORK SUN.
THURSDAV IIORXIXO, OCT. 7, 1859.
Scnmor Urndrrlrk! llelra.
Tac cstkte if tha late Santtor BROtirnt.'it
h Upti claimed by two aoond cousins of th
dcccaeci EimtsD Witm aiiJ Loci Urnm-a.
Mr. Urokirick haj Irother la thbi cimntrr,
but L u killed mny jcrj go by tho cc"l
d.LtI exrUtlon t,f Immb-ihelL The W,
Wcter, U Informed by I relalh. of Mr. IIro
itjiu K, that tho tlKhtful bclrt to but lftr,r pro
rarty, (atiiutUd (t on tiumlrcd nd thirty
thoimn.l dullara, but cr.cuuilreJ by eighty
elht thoiiuiiil dollari tf mortgagra, are two
0UPKilrl) by tb nam of McDoxm-LL, now
lhln In CarilftloKMll, In tht ouaty of Cork,
Ireland. Tte. young laJiea arc cousina-germaii
to 11 r. ItaniiBRKh. on hla motber'a IJo.
It Lt f-ai.l that Mr. Baoi.rRUK bad nt
lome (ccunlarv aUtanc to bla orphan
cou.!c after hU emigration to thla coun'ry.
Jnforinatlon baa been forwarded to tha MLmm
MiDonkkii, of tenaU.r Biionr.iiiCK'a death
anJ tbclr claima to Ida aatat.
The 1'craU'a Nrna.
1 lie steamship Tcrala, frt m Liverpool the lith
Inst., arrird at I Ma port about 3 o'clock yester
day moralDK, anJ a brief aummary of the newt
waa iiublishtJ la aioconj editbncf toiterJir'i
The ncwa Is hut 'two d;s later, aud not of
Thn Zurlih Conferences had not reached any
di finite result.
M hta,tlch.:f,l,J;lih -"-The Cnreaa
Idih U to lullow the oiiuferencea at r.nrWh liaalan
c ;tiML All the gnat puwera, uwludUi EnglauJ,
will be rcprcaeutoil.
Tl o Pai U CoMlMulionnrl of the 1 Uh, lil.lnh an
ailklejelnuodby HecrtUrr ll.)i.irao, eUUn tliat
the octy quentlou t lie a. ttled at .'irkh la the I. m.
ii it .' "" e'.Miig owera belli atfrool on
II ither lnu, tLe early olKuature of the treaty La
eipriteJ, and tho iineatlona not acttled at ilia) Con
faience will lie aubnilttml t.1 a flnniTMM i.. ..
Lllng of wl.k.h all the European l'uweta are agreed
Thalwdnn Timea'a ParU correer-mdent eorrob v.
tatea the atatement from Zurich that the I'niich i
renin cnt baa denianiind an lmlomnlty from TieJ.
ment for the eiaenaca of the late wart ala the
t;mrtit r.f the arreara of cnali)na la onnnectlon with
the I'lret Kmplre, due (mm the Iinbard Venetian
M.it fund. The com apotulent kaika uiiu it ai
h'gbly imlnlile lliat theae demanda hare boon made,
knowing the limited flnancea of Hardlnla, with the
d.Jei-t ot ol talnlnir the ocaeion of the trorlnoce uf
Bavoy and Moo to France.
BTen ahl. of the Kngtl.h channel fleet were under
onlera to ireau for aea immediately. Among the
number waa tne Hem, St runs the desUntUan of
wblou la said to be Vancotirar'a laland.
KaaaaT jOMir, the Cbartbt loa-ler, had been adJu.
dieatod a bankrupt.
TbearcatKawterawaaattracttiio' rreat crow ia of
ezcuraioiiiaU to Uolyhea,!, ami theQ icen waa to r1.
ait ber durliuf her aolxim In Walea ou or about the
17tu luaL Nothing dolluite la knwu aa tn the ulti
mate moTemrnta of the "big ablp." The Lendoa
Tii editorially criUrlaoa her performaooe between
rort'and and llolthead. and drawa uafarorable de.
ductluna from the epeed then obtained. II thinks
that unleea the Ureai IJartern praaenta a mora deci
ded superiority to smaller Temela than she at pras
tut eeeua to do, she will hardly be taken for a mo
A phroon ahooting match, "Kngland reraiis Amer.
lea, Mr. Kiku, of Indiana, repreeenUng Amorka,
and Mr. Kazan, of Uampehlre, F.ngiand, waa eom.
menced at Newmarket on tha 13th ca tvtobor. Mr.
t'aitak tiled (Vbrda out of tl.a tlrrrt M, while the
Ame.lcaa representative acurvd 41 blrda out illus
Tl e Ktrt eror bail returaod to Tart.
It la stated, by way of Draw!, that on the ooca
atoii of theviHituf the Kmperor to Ida-deaux, auait
of the Italian realdeuta in fie town were arrested
during hla stay, but were released alter hla depart
ure. Tbcae arroau were made on eooount of a dis
patch having boon received from the prefect of AI
sera, stating that fur paaspnits bad beenetolcn
from tho Sardinian ounsiilaW In that plate, with
which fisir Italians had started for Kranoe, and
peHsed through MontjieUer, where further traoe of
tbem was leak,
'I be monthly returns of the Dank of France abow
a decrease In the cash on hand of oter lift) -one lull,
lions of franoH, and an tucreaae In the bide discount
ed of oer thirty-one millions.
The Fntiih tnops ssaomhlod for operations
a,, aim t Morocco, are iwtlinatod at about twenty-two
t iouand men. lUeudvanoe waa to take place on
A French gun lioat waa trying to make Ity war by
tbu l.aiurued- canal aud the l.aronne titheAtau.
tic. The object la to ascertain whether war vests a
of small draught can proceed from une set, to the
other without siaaliig under the guua of llllxaltar,
A tnanllpstatlon took place at Rome, after the de
KilurooftUoiVpo, lu honor of the HerUtiilau Uln
t, whore taoaiaitts ho.1 been sent In by the Ion
tiflclul tlovernmeiit. llfleon thmiaaiid irutiiis left
tin Ir cards at his house. The Fiench K-nera' las lad
orders to preveDt any evtcrnal demonstration.
FietiiJi BeiuUrmia guarded the appnach to the rati,
deuce of the Kardin'an Mini-dor, and patrullod tha
atti ts in tlie nelghburbiMxL
TLe ssesselns of A .mi, at Pannt, wore being
pios cutod with energy,
Thetowtisjieople of 1'aiua bad liegun to deliver
an their arms. The .Na'liu.al (luar.laand all elasaea
o' the towi aiotiilo were auinliigan address ef tuaoka
a id adbesluu to the liictatir Faaiai, for toe ener
gktle measure a he bad taken
.teureim uuae oi -luacanj oaa wnneutouui
ImitUajis tu aliataLu from every attompt in favor of
bo re establishment of his d nasty.
Tho rejiort that ktauce reipiliea riedoiotit to pay
an Indetuntty for the exnacs of the laUi war, was
everywhere discredited In Italy.
The banking house of Nossiia A Boaooco, at Ml'au,
bad subschliod 10.000 fraooa toward UajuaALiia
fund for piircliaalng miuktts.
II Is staUd tliat tie wbolo Neapolitan frontier was
lined with trootel, and the Monteuwslnl furtiBed with
A dleraUu from Florence states that the exequatur
of the Aiutrh.au Consul at Ujhoiu bad been with
drawn rn account of bla having eugaed In political
Intrlguca. AncxptanaUiry dlspatcti bal Ishiii aeut
to rrisldint HitiuaaN by the l'loreutuie C'aUlnot.
Constantinople ailvloca to the Mb Inst, etata that an
Auiericati filiate bad arrived at Jaffa, demanding
the extradition of tl orlglnatoia of tue murder ootu.
tnltted thete three years ago,
Draprralo Kncounler vstla. Pirate Camlets.
The Iknnba,t . India, Blandwl, of Sept. 10th,
gl ci the rt(culara of a dperate encouiiler
w Itb rilrat enni lets nn lm.F.1 ll.. .k n
which left I'enanK for lioinbav on tho2llh of
.i une last, oaing on board arty pirates, who
had been sentenced to transportation, and 21
oilier conUti. When three days out, tha con
Ic'ji broke loose from conilnement, and en
deavored to gain poasesslou of the ship. They
attacked iho sentry, itabbed him to the hoarl,
and rushed aft to sc-Ue the oiliceri. The Urates
foacht with nuirUne spikes, firewood, curry-etulf
trriiinuis, ami everyiiupg iney cuuiu ray ineir
lands nn. They were met by the ciptain and
several of I lie crew, who fought with the despe
ration of nun who knew that their Uvea depend
ed on their exertions. The account thus details
Ik tU tbe cipUln and guard fired Into Item as fast
satbey could load, ualug also their cutla.e and
bayt ntt s n aei p Uiem at bay. They bad desperate
men to deal with. Nosismer wasa mualot Srel
than anudiwaa made upon It Ufore iteou'dbere
Itavded, but In no one uvatanre did they luoaad hi
wi ensuing It from the grip that he'd lt fur Ufe or
diath. line bay out t waa their only spoil. During
t whole time the ke4 up a shower o missiles
described hove, and it Is only wonderful tliat more
mischief was not douo by tbem. Inch by
Inch, bowevor, tha captalu and bis party
gained ground, alvanclog purpnady with ca
tH.n, lcat from behind the water casks, a rush
might be mido ujam tbuin, and their arma-thelr
al rationbe lelsed. And here we have to record
nn lostanee of ooursno as rare aa heroic, H wis ten
minutos or ao after the outbreak, amid an uproar as
If of bell Ut louse, arising from men who were thirst,
lag fur blood, the cIUiu's wife twk her part la tue
fray, by loading and oontluulng to re-load her bus
Land'si Utola, and ialrgtLeiii up trmn tbs cuddy
skylight. As each hatch waa gaUifeVH waa aelsid
b tho guard and fattened do an. AAer an Ii sir's
bard ugbting tha euiivloU were driven ou tu tbs top
gallsnt fore.-4lls,wkavret bey were charged with tba
bayonet, and sovaisl run turuugh or driven over the
bust Two or three were seen to lay hold of the fore
topKeUaut studding asu, whioh wealyia.on tbe fore,
castle, and Jump overboard with Is. ThL c.
f rotn tbe poop and quarter deck, aa well as tlie dtrka
nru uinn ivu ww imus uiaue QUI.
Ths deck now being eloar, Hghts wars brought
n any attenipts had been made to gat lights durmg
tha tight, but aa soon aa one appeared It was
knocked over by the convicts, and the whole wurk
waa dona la tbe most solid darkness. Tbe sights
which, tba UbU revealed were of the borridsst.
llsre a mar. with a gashed face, there another cut
almost In two, there another riddled with the
Xt ha .one yea, yet living with four
bulkts through Urn. The aspect of the plaoe waa
, a '-bouae. Bight dead bodies were
ifoort i t..,wr,w nd oo the main deck,
Including tha Eiuopsaa se.try and tha INistuguese
ua-ortuaately, no doubt that ki had left bis ustbT.
low, atd come on deck, where he la supposed to bare
tllenasi.ep,bHngftsbbel wlthoutattakenlojf even
h' !im.hi 'l"t" uloh was In hla band ashs Uy,
lladbelsenathls pist, or even awake on deck,
a'arm might In all probability Lists been given snft
clently early to have prevented the convicts gaining
be deck at all.
Tl,s poor c.ikwsi shot by accident, Uig mi,
tip with the convkta. Tlecanwnter and an Araj
twamngtrumpedoverbosrd. Tie former fell lot.
tl e big) t of the he fore she, t, got Into the fore clialns
auu uiaue uia way an, tue Aiao was utver teca
At da break, a man was found banging on to the
niddor. A rct lhig litduwo, he was nau'ed iiji,
and waa found to Lave lieen shot through the Icy.
On search being ma.le below, live more lli,a s-re
f. tnid i4 men who, nn rrcelvn-iff enmuh. hat .n
llow lode. It was found that theconvut. rat !
Ursl the duor In altiar, thee. Tn.ih.H .1 . ..
!!'! Il'-L.'?. " !'. t" '.s o t iem, whlch.wdh
'nlT'w"' '""rr,u w!-m IUfgiiar.1 were en
aided to ktep dwn, they ill t,
lt'l"!l,'',".ll1', T" nteil, when It waa
iaS;Llrt.Ut,,V,,',,'U 'n dr1 orud.sng,
laentr e'gLt out of alxtr who came on deck. The
r.na'nltithlit two, with the ecpt'on of I' roe
wounded, weie tresl.d to three d.wen each At
bslf 1 ..t nine tbe srnrtiM gave fe a arm that k.is
rf the cmvtct, had sll-d their log Irons. Tne
giut'd was ca'led and secured them. Ou overhaul
lig tie temalirfer.ltwss found that many ol the
irons wrre ton large, aid ther went ace irdlngly re.
ductd. A w.kvae sujht nm.t lloru'ny btre bctu t,
Tiir r.ewlyapptinted lla ship of the Moili
If rranesn squsi'ron, the steam gun lsat Iroquois,
has, for aoiiedara nasi, Urn receiving stores
at.d other reUiMtcs for active sire ice. Nho Is
ptdertd to be rtad.v for tea b the 1st if Novcm.
'1 ho arrival of the steam frigate San .laclncto
011 the coast of Afiica, leaves oi.ly one trsevl of
the new African a inadron (the Mohicau) to
reach that stalion. Ihe I'ortsinouth, Oon.lella
lion, Suniilcr, and Mystic, hate already arrived
on t be court, and tba store ship bupply 'il ou her
1 he (leneral Court Martial, which has been In
session at 11 rook I v n, for Ihe trial of Lieut, I rv
Ai, Il is excte.( will adjourn to-av, siss Jis,
The 1.8 steam corvete Iirooklyn baslisd
her repairs completed, and w ill pro.-o.nl at ouce
to take on board stores, pro boons and other ne
cessaries, fir her roiiiliig crube on I be Cuban
Theovethiiulingoflhe sleam frigate SitSttue
luutna still rontinues to progress siowlr, an I a
Hew lloor for licr eiiuilie.rouni is nearlf r.nm.l.1 .
el. ' '
"iho V. S. steamer Walkcr.slilllncominlislon,
hua lu lloated Into tho llrooklrn dry dock fur
repaira Uhe vcickcU CrawforJ, Aarins, and
W, fm"ll"'"'jlngatiil revenue cr.ifi, are
still in tbe stream. Ihe old time-worn frigates
JtramUwine and Totomac arc in ordinary.no
-.aiuiiiauuii wuuicTcr Having owen ticld oa
them for months. Thaalonpof war Falmouth,
whkh returned from Ilrail last sumnter, U ly
Ine near the I'otoDiac, and mav probably be fit
ted out fcr sea in a short time!
A commander In tba UriiishNavy list recent
ly been visiting our navy yards, collecting In
formation aa to how matters are conducted in
furious 1'rruk wf Nature).
Mr. F. T. Bom, of Livingston rountv, ex
hibited to ua yesterday a vegetable curiosity
which instances the occasional wildneaa of na
ture's freake of Imitation, tha most singularly of
anything that we evr witnessed. It was a per
fect model of a human hand and arm below the
elbow, cast if we may use the e xprrseion In
corncob. It waa simply an "ear'1 of tha In
dian staple, from which the kernels had boon re
moved, leaving an infantile band and arm, some
what nk marked In appearance, from tlie In
dentions of the grain that gloved it, but perfect
in sha, aa though a sculpture had wrought it.
The exactness of the imitation will not 1m
conceived, except by those who bate seen it.
With the exception of Ihe fingers to which
tlie freaky "dame" could not pjssibly, w itli tha
clumsiest material she used, give quite due
length and sleLdemesa there waa in tiling for
tho artist to take exception to. The thumb was
fashioned and sat precisely aa It should be, the
hollow of tlie tiilmwas exact, tha wrist was
flattened and the arm rounded, as a siulptor
would have done It, and to all its Lines and pro
portlona thera was not the slightest dev latlon
from the human model. It waa certainly tba
s' range si luiiu niton that we ever expect l
soo. It haa been extensively shown, Ina private
way, In various parts of the country, and ha
everywhere excited the utmost wonder and Ins
terest, It seems to trry one Impossib'e to
ascribe it to ' 'chat ce;" a cauiw appears to be al
most an unquestionable necessity of a conee
querce so dolinite; and tlie theories It has pro
voked are as curiotia aa itself. ttnj),ilo t rirvis.
Mr. Ciiaki ra At i.iwim, tbe Superintendent of
tie I'aciflc Mail Steamship Company a w irks,
at Henicia, California, haa lately constructed
and laut.chcd a steamer at that place, of a novel
model, with which he expects to attain a high
rate of speed, with that great desideratum, a
light draught, bbe is alaiul list fact in length,
and about l"i feet beaui, with live fort depth of
hold; is schooner-rigged, tnd provided with a
two-bladed ro poller, works 1 by aa oscillating
engine, remarkably compact In tho ace occu
pied by the machinery, and requirLng a very
imall consumption of coal. Although only
some !KJ tons measurement, It la believed (bo
can earn coal enough to perforin a voyage of
H."W miles i while ber sailing qualities give
great promise) of speed under canvas. (She la
built or laurel, the same kind of wood used la
tU construction of the V. 8. steamer Saginaw,
at Mare la'and Navy Yard, a woud which, if ex-
1rlence should denionstrato its powara of dura
ilitt, will prove of great value to tbe commer
cial Inletesla of California. '1 ha present steamir
bus lieen constructed by Mr. Aliisoi more as
an experiment than aa a matter of spooulatton.
Her coit w ill be about $11.00.
Ilnntirr of Hiriiiln the Ica lu TvtIIUht,
In tlie London and Edinburgh l'hllosopliicil
Maga'ne Is an account of auJiloa loss of the
wer of distinguishing colors, produced by over
taxing tho eyes, A sea captain, who was la ths
hubit, w licit time hung heavy on hia hands, of
occupying It by w irking at embroidery, was one
afternoon engaged upon a red flower, and, boing
anxious to Imlsk it. prolonged ,1a labor anlii
twilight came on, and ho found it dulicult to se
lect the suitable colors. To obtain mora light,
lie went Into the comparlwi-way, and there
continued hU work, Whilo thus taxing his
eyes, his power of distinguishing tha colors sud
denly vanished, lie went upon dock, hoping
t hat an lm rrase of light w ould restore his v Ision.
In vain. From that time to the present, more
than ten years, be haa remained color blind. Mr.
Win re ttiurrB,who brought this cat to notice,
ra.vg that, afitr tbe great VxhiMllon of 131,
set eral Instances came under hla noth e In which
the aentibility of the retina was temporarily
blunted by the excitement to which It w at ex
)cd in that brilliant scene.
Money Value of tbe lata War.
A statement lias appeared In one of tha I'aris
lan Jooixals, of the cost of the late war In Italy,
which is rah to lie coiroct. We learn from it
tbe following particulars i
France ooutractrd a loan of flOOCM.OOD. The
whole tf this wsa rut Ulabutatd, but at least tiO.Ooo..
0WI waa si(wi.cledou tbe war. Auabla baa aut
a lout tiuu ooo.ooo, taklig Into aoouuiit only the two
loans taken from the Hank, aj.d tba forced lusn lm
puwdoa Veuloc. I'ledmont oootractod a loan of
klO.bouooo, aiailriowedI.oiK)ooo frMlM from tb,
llauk of Turin. It is said alio that France reudsnd
her large mateilal sasjutauce, In mouey as well u la
the tcuuttlous of war. un the whole, bar exrendi
tun was about i 000 000. TU iUr gutoa ol Italy
borrowed about $ LOCO UOO. Tbellritiab ParUmnt
allowed &ti.cKKl not fur warlike preavratloua, whlih
would bt t have been made but for tl thtfaUtlng
aa)ctofan"alra. Fait of ULa sunt waasiuoiuled du
ring the war, tLe balance baa alaos been dibunel
The (J. ra.au Histea obtained S10.1KX .ono In loans
on account of tlie war. llis-la wsa ivit to aa eineuae
ofabotitthluuVOU. Total oust cf the war, (..
UOO 000. Thus It will bj seen that tbe gams of war
requires very large sukeacvery exut of which la
loat tis the p.ay Is over,
A Novel Iukataud.
IIow Sim corn bread may I made, will ap
pear fitiiu the fol owing story, told by an old
gentleman in Western aukanaat t
I have la-cn Uvlfg down here below Fort
Sc.tl.fsr twenty years. 1 he dek In my offlce
ts at tha head of a long flight of stairs, and (a
the baste of business iny Inkstand Is often
knocked off and rolled down- For a long tlm
I could get do maieriil that would stand this
image. Glass waa out of tba question. Mton
broU like crockery. 1 ha bardoat wood I could
llnd soon gay w,y, fiDtUyl , lacky thought
struck ma, I aeot up to one of my neighbors,
"Wfj 1 for a aiVoa a ktr eons 4ri.
After wirdngawrerrJ M toola, 1 ancceaded la
hollowlnst li oat, and aha(4nglt Into aa ink
atand. J " teayaar. ago, an J. atrangor
J.T Bt!Jtiit lJu1M wof alaca, and I reckon
It U good fvr at least twogaoerallona 1 soger I"
P' "J cmiingiuroinju ltu a KMIr, r wldch thr
had aoniebiiw gained laweaaiim, a bar of a prison
door forward, then partly cutting thniirfh tbe Inside
rtit on tar on tbe port rd Jr. w I Ich en .'.le.1 1!.. ,.. to
as I -aaj . ST aw aaumm V
NEVf YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOIlBIt 27, 1859.
Written Exprr-adv or the Nrw York Muu.
THE MYSTERIOUS RANGER.
A Talc of the Mexican Wart
Itv T. Ilniitlltwti Vunniidn.
.In..r e AIM,- " Tht StilUr rttl,l," "II ihl
f.rnfi," " .llmonf," "Jf(t ITAarrii,, r(c.
tllK nANtirtl TBK SCCl-r TUB ADVlirtKK.
Lite Mitiva'a son he at..Mt.
Ami shook bla plumes, that heavenly fiag-onco Eltoil
The evening put cf a brlg'it r'ay in tho latter
Yin tne latter
part of A, rn. vra, taking its farewell ih of It.
ndiranc. Ills teal urea were rough, Irregular
and swarthy, with a heavy gray beard at Ida
chin, a bold, hooked no-s, and gray eyes vv h'ich
sparkled with gay, bumoroua light, In atrange
cnntradiatlnct ion tohls stern brow, and otherwise
formidable aspect. He wuarrajadln tlie com
mon dresa of a Texan Hanger, with fringed drab
l'Pgiogs, blouse, or bunting shirt of th samo
material, with a cap wrought of th ikin of
tome forest animal. II was, la briof, such a
tlguro, which w lib his long ilile, upon which
he rested hia arms, and th 4itols and knife pro
truding from bis breast would make ono feel
nervous to enaounter in times of peace, though
bis duplicAtoaarebut torn mon.lgbl sat all llmei
on tb border.
His companion was as much unlike hlui as
could well b Imagined. He was at leajt ten
years bla Junior not mora than two-and twen
ty with foaturei of rare beauty and fascination,
though a shado of deep thought or sorrow restod
on them. Ilia c.vra wore blaik and planing,
wl Itu bis riven hair curled In luxuriant nutssoa
alamt bis brow. Ho was dressed In a blue frock
emit, with gilt buttons, that fastened Ittolho
throat, and he wore a lieutenant's epaulets
upon his rhoulders, and a hand-omoly
mounted swor.l at his side. Ills leggings
or trousers, wore fringed like his com
lanionj, only Ihey were blue. Notwlth
Mnndlng bis youth, and inferior pin sica! pro
portions though he was well formed ami muscular-It
waa plain to l seen that tbo tall ran
ger treated him will tho titmoft d. ferenco and
rect, vv blch did not stxim to arlso only from
tb feeling due lo the siiierlor ollit er, but somo
myslcrloua inllueiice that sunounlo.li him. 11
mi matk tholr com cr'at Ion.
"lhcre seems to be soma tllr among the sol
diers there, In the neighborhood of tho t.i-ucral'a
jV.T'uic," said tb younger, "twonlor what
lt tan moan."
"Can't jaiesiliV sav," rcplla-l the ranger.
"It's clean boyaut my rtik'atu' : Mailer Ju.
" IIow ?" ricd tbe young nun, quickly . tavt
log on btin a glance of rebuke.
" Alt ! U'g pardon, L Lefivuaut. I mean
"Have I not forbale you bay you not
worn rover to mention that nam in Mexico,
without my rmWion " excliiined the yvting
"True aa (Jo-pel, Uftenant," repllo.1 th
ranger. " Hut jcr iuut furglv me. Kit 0
leu's mem'ry Uut as keun as It was occt uu
it tline,nnd l'a cnllad ou by the 'tothor io long,
ar.d Ioy It ao well, Hint it comes kind o' aw k'.
ard to tall er Lrftenant Jules Travis. Uut I'll
try not to forL.it it aj In, for I don't like to aoe
that fire lu ycrcj es whenever you Hare up. I
iwcar by htHiky I'd Mamer so lb flash uf a
Kirmantho's rillc than to no thorn o e o' yourn
when ver mud !"
The ranger s;oke In tonca of dcop fueling anl
light tc-r roach, which soemed to move ths young
(filttir, and extending hla haul frankly, he
"Ktrglve me, friend Kit: I was too hasty. Vet
ycu know the duep and weighty roasoai whlih
I have for concealing my ram the very mo
tives which havocautod mo to enter tlda uni-
palgn. I am beret blot ou, the foul wrong
don to ine and nilnoj am here fur a deep and
lasting revsng. tortus I have united with
v our corpi of Texan Hangers, and have sworn
to fight under your banner. You alone possess
my secret j ou lesrned It, ai we roamed th
is-airles together, and became aided as brothers.
Guard It aa yon would i treasure, leit If whla .
ptted ev en to th air, It would reach th ear of
''All right, Lcfieiiant," raid the ranger, with
bonctt frankncavi. What Kit Gal en iwarsto
do, irr kin depend on ai certain at tbe ring of
bluethund. r," patlliighli tlllo. "As you say
In youraxlle, as we've roamodtb forest and pe
rarle In search of the buffcrlow and mustang,
we've come to be like brothers, though, aa lt of
fn bapreos, I may be tbe oldeV, but you've got
tb most icoso and eddicatlon. Yer locrei's aa
nfe, Jules, as If It was hidden la one o' blue.
thunders bullets, and It la the heart o'aKer
uaccbe, who, as thc djn't ou'a'and muih 'bout
thtacletcuof 'nattouiy, wouldn't U bkcly to
find neither. But who cornea 'er '
The latlt-r remark was ma. lu as a corporal of
th guard hastily approached the'tent. IT aj.
luted tb vcung otticer, ash drew near, and
Do I address Lieutenant Travis ?"
'J hu jcung tfllcer bowed aatenl.
" Captain Walkor wlthei you to reiwlr Im-
tncdlataly to the Jfaryw of tha Couimandor-la-
Chief," laid th corporal.
"Onto Instant," waa tha prompt reply, a,
he retreated Into his Uat to make some prepara
s rS rh 2a?vV wLTSi&3pxWwh
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lare p sJn which extendi from the western bank
ei me Mississippi, at.d gra luates away Into bro-
ktn tab'e land, ard tUlrg ground, beyond Point
1 ho scene w blch w as presented to the eyo of
He UbdJtr, was one of units jal and peculiar
inlsiisli ftrlhat bn-ait plain guarded upon on
s!Je by lie lathcfof Waters, and on th other
byttobrtkrnrl'ge, T.Mch wemed to surround
i. on tLo south, lik a horse-shoe, had recently
lircriretlo bivouac cf an army, and tha long
rowitif wl lie tenia belonging to (leneral Taylor's
ha-tliy galbrreil coinma'-d, were now glitlenlng
In the last tajatf tk sun.
1 he war alarm hod rttrg through llislaud.on
icqt.cnt un tbe atiLcxatlon of Texas b dis
pute alout trie boundary of the Kio (irxnde, and
the brutal and cruel murder cfCoL Thornton and
ins party. Ibotooombiiied causes hai Induced
tl e governmebt to order (leneral T.) lor.whohad
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TllK AKHAstHINH FOII.KOk
" hafi aatlr, cortoral ?" asked Kit Oalen,
aa the messenger waa aliout to depart.
"There Is new from Kurt llrown," aatd th
corporal. "They are urrounded on all sldee,
and being bombarded. Tholr situation Is most
"I'aintere and Injlrsl you don't say so,"er!d
KiL "Ihon there'll atHin b work for tb Rang
ers, and hot work too. Thank goodness we're
allera ready, and I'm moughty glad It's come,
for this Is gittln to be too long a camp for m."
Msunwhlle, Jules Trav Is, th young Lieuten
ant, rroceritod to the tiinrwm of Ocneral Tav
lor, where he found th ortuyno oil veteran au'r
rounde.1 by hla ofllcere, calmly engaged In aur
eylnga map, whiclv waa spread lafur him,
ml marking well each lajnd and ford of the
river, aa well 4oa. h J-vc of probable ambus
Th joung olllier had no sooter entered, than
his superior, lb brave Captain Walker, cam
forward, and Introduced htm. (kid "Hough and
Heady" pcac tu his manoi ral-uxl bla heavl,
and fixed hla clear grey eyei ujwn him with a
searching glance, as though lo read his soul.
'I hen apparently satisfied by th unllinchlng
dimness with which our horo received his acru
tln.v , be asked i
"Urtenant Travis, are yes well acquainted
wilh the various route to tfurl llrotui?"
"l'erfi,otly,on both banks of the Kio Uran la,"
waa the calm reply.
" bear that th garrfton neets our iniin
diate aislatanco, and It la Biro-wary to send ftvr
ward a scout, whore trail we may follow, and
who would prevent our falling Into an ambus
cade, for w bh h the ohaprarel along the mut
i.(l'.rs Mich rare oportgnilios. Could ycu lead
tbo part) t"
" 1 can do my bad, Uontral," was tho modest
bat Mnlident answer.
"I hen take a squad of tblity horse -Rangers,
If jou like aval h ready to start in an hour.
The reluforcemsDti, under Itrlgadisr-Goneral
Y orth, will fallow at dav break. Sft must us
di-pach, fid" fort llrown malt not tall into Ihe
bands of the euemy."
Tho young Lieutenant returL'ud to his quar
ters, whew ha found Kit, to whom bo reported
I ha new s.
"I spoa I've to go along on thia Vr experdi
Hon i" b ntked.
I ifiours you shall alwayi U my compan
ion in danger, as jou aro my friend and ond
dant w hen out of lt," laid tlut oung man.
"lhanker, thankee, Jules and if Kit (ialeu
don't Stan' by je till he's gin' his last kick, then
spit Llm with j en word, aoon's he .howl tbs
"No fear of Uat," said our hern, smiling.
"Hut now ta'l th men together, and make
I lady fur our ilJu II la fortunate there will be
In leu than half an hour a squid of thirty
men and bones were drawa up in front of I lis
General's Marquee, ssch man standing at btl
borto't bead, the bridle in band, ready to mount
at a moment's notice.
"I legret I cannot go with you," laid Captain
WelLer, aa he shook hands with hbi itibordlnaU,
who bad just received liU lastiuclions. "3ut
I am compelled to remain for a time, to boar the
btunt of the sklnnl-hei, I will loon aoe jou,
honevr, at Fort Drown, when I hope you will
bo able to give a good aocouut of yourself. "
"I will never rtach there else!" waa th quick
rrpl.v . 'To horse!" lie addeij, la a clear, rluglui
In an Initant the thirty rangers vaulted Into
their laddies, causing their horses to career, oa
Un ir long sabttl clanked against their ilJes.
Tho moon, which just began to poep above tha
chapperal, and dispel th gloomy shadows, g la
toned on tb long carbines wbh h awung at their
batki, aa we'd as tueir scabbards and other weap
ons, presenting a band of as foniildablct men a
could w oil be found.
"Forward I" cried their leader, tbe young lieu
tenant, and aa each l.orte felt the keen rowels
of hid llder, be sprang forward, and tha party
iwcpt away towards th north In solid phalanx,
curvettlng among tb tenia cf tb camp, until
they faded away lik a phintom cloud ia th
Tb night waa beautiful In th extreme. Such
a night as can only b seen, felt, and enjoyed in
lht ilim, where th breath of winter la seldom
felt, where the air Is ever ladonad with th per
fume of sweet wdd flowwi, and th loan Is only
broken by th blue range of far-off mountains,
and the grove of palm and orange; whom the
lei ltd forests of ytllow chapparel, look in tba
mooakHsajrulduxraUsofKold, rising as 'twere,
front the morass, and ft rtrj breath w breathe
aemi a aephyr wafted from Aidsnn.
Th troop rod on, In a due northerly direction,
for an hur or mor. In aim oat prfct alleoc,
1 keplng, much as possible, la tb open coun
PRICE ONE CENT
f x aJtlon oo the banks of tba Rio Orande, which
b tad cros.
crossed, and was ntrw awaiting relnfoTce-
Mexico, upon tb other haaJ.was aroune.1 to ber
rtry centre, at tb prospect of Invasion. Santa
Anna, ber most skillful General and statesman,
was recalled from exile, while Morons, La Vega,
std others, entered into lb preparation for her
dcfutise,wllh all Ihe dispatch and energy of wLrlch
they were capable.
This Iwlng th state of things, upon th even
Irg on which our itory opens, w will pnxxel
with our narrative.
At the hour mentioned, two men were di.cov
ete 1 standing In front of tent which wassltua
tcil on a flight eminent to the right, th vehicle
was over ahae'ed by a large palm tree, and Hank.
ed by the dense chaprel which skirted th ills
tint river lik a wall.
Ono of tho men was tall In stature, belngover
lit feet In height, with broad, angular shout lers,
a a .
' 0"K' T 1"' lsT " -rtlT Bthe.
.-, auu irgs mat uispiaved great power of
try, and as okllng th chap arel, which was coa
st autly infested by Guerilla's and dosrat ban
ditti. V ben they bad traversed som ten mllea
lbs land became aomew bat broken, and presented
several small v alleya. Oa reai bins on of the.
th Licutoni nt taking tlie lead, suddonly change-!
nil course to a direction almost due east, aid
after a fw rstnutM riiM, I bo party found t hem-
si Ives In a narrow pas which led down to th
river, at a point which they were not a little
urprlsod to llnd pcifiotly fordablo.
Without a wonl of command, the yomg offi
cer simply pointed with hli sword to the other
hot, and spurred Ids horse Into th it ream.
Tli men speedily followed his example, and a
few moments found taem on tho Txn ilde,
with starcoly a thread wet. Ililnglng hla hors
to a itow walk, our hero broke noiselessly
through the chapparel; fur the distance of two
huiidrodjards, when be suddenly emerged Into
an open rango of tlmlier, lb mossy grass of
wiucn almost entirety broke th n..Uof thelr
hori-es feel, which enabled I hem to renew their
Journey at greater spoa.1.
They soon compaaac-d aov eral leagues fit this
way, and b.tvlng met with no opposition, wer
becoming somewhat curohwa and free In their
manner, whcutludr la.ler suddenly retne-l up,
and motioned Hum into silence. Scarcely were
thy able to check their excited and restiv
stwls, w hen a loud, thrilling shriek i mimai'i
atriel rang oa Ihe air, and tecmod to rend tha
"Forward 'crie.1 their lernler, aa he spurie.1
toward Ihe ehappartd, from whence proi-eedoil
tbe sound. Forward! for wo-tuin and hitmani
1 ho band of rangers dashed af .er him, and
bunt like a s tot in through Ihti tall reed.
Al Jules Travis leached within somo thirty
vards cf lb liver, be naw by tb alrsggllun
beams of tbo moon a bight wbh Ii bred his blood
lo vslranic beat, and sauted hltu to set bla
leet j on edgo.
Wx rullian-looking uumllai were astudtlng
an old man, whom oa held by tho hair of the
head, while tbe rest piled their stUlctotu, and
two others wire holding firmly In their grasp a
young and beautiful girl of their own nation,
whoeo crlei they war trying to etlile.
Upon the groand lay two men apparently
sen ants who bad Uen slain by tl lulliaus.
Ai tli mxlden uttered another ihrlek, one
of the guerilhu raised bis stiletto to strike ber,
when bis arm was suddenly savared from bis
laajy, by a Itrokeofliavll' aabre and the next
instant he and bbt companion 111 dead at tli
''Ppon them, comrades. So ipiarter," ho
Clhd, lit ho claspoil tb tVliitbig maiden In Lis
Hut bis men needed no inch cuimand. Dursl
Irg through ttebrslea, they took in the seme
ataglane, and rushing upon th others, who
no looner law tbem, than w lib Ihe tairified cry
f "Vj'inos ' AnuritAiio, Fymii I they dashed
tow ard th river. Uut not on reached lt alive.
Th vengeance of th rangers was complete I
"Saved '." g;pd th fair maiden, and sank
Lnaeuilbls Into tbo supporting armi ot our I era.
To It OWikuW.
MAIL ITEMS, Ao.
The estate of the late IIoiuik Mav.v, la
Mauachiiselts, ts appristtl at tl'.OJO. Ue aim
had som property in Ohio.
Tn attamer Washington was sold at San
Fianclscn ou the !kl Inst., br the If. S. Marshal.
Twkki r T ears ago tbe number of colored men
In Canada eat was 3. It IV, now there, are more
thantOIMX), In four muntoi afwr tluv passage
of th fugitive sbtv law 10.(s) ponred Into the
Tue Comptroller General of Georgia reports
in amount or cau in in treasury at ).ooi.i.o-
in pot nc neni ami ooncs outstanding atuouni
to (.'I 8.M.7WJ the treasury receipts during the
vearanm up l liU.uUO, an I the axpenditiirvs
Tiik Snow M.l. family, of Worcester County,
Md., may bereufier be rolled a-n'
ocrats. Its old ps'rlarch of ih r.mlly, on his
deathUd, dev liul a lute method of getting hem
back into tl traces, by Jf "'1U "larg
property only on comJi' on of tUir oe ng U.ino
cratZ T b faml y '" nearly a hundred.
Wnim efw dais, ebear baa betn making
lav oo am k sheep the fartosra In Btet
son Maine. Thursday night. Mr. BAMinU.
Cian set a trap, In which llrulu, an hour af
terwards, was caught bard and fast. A rlS bul
bil Uniabed blm. II waa a large one, bis weight
being estimated at (bur hundred pounds.
(iax. Kitxooo. of DrattUboro. haa Intro.
duced Into th Vermont lUlatur a bill pro
Tlclmg for a borolc statu of KruAJt Alum, to
b phtoed In th publie grounds In front of tba
capital. Shoa'd th bUl pasa, tha work raid U
enlmsledto Mbad, a yotULg Ytrmoat artUt,
who baa exhibited xtraorutnary talent aa a
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
TMLMJ-CASn IX ADVANCM
A A tfa4 1 auaavnaaw.. -.-. sumW bu
ewUbUahmeut la entirely eloaed oi ; Th9
Loin Ji!Ubd Otoarooii, son of tb Mar.
qui-, of WmtmrMter, was at Han rrarctse
tv 'l:'..0' (Sr' h4Tin lrtrml ererland freirT
tb Atlantic State by wy of Salt Lake.
eati 'l if iV T'-K". fottmiU a pair of
war 1, wrertalned, were takun from tb firwirtlM
last week it. .IfTf1" .""""nenl, and coStarf
laai week was tried fur th frncj Tn. rJ.T
charged at length on tUeltw, ndt'b wW
half an hoar'a debber.il. mm.JlZli r?rI."'C
hT.iowrwofera, l"imao " -
Tire Onaha, Nebrarka Hty, Hevmhlienr, says.
i iiuc irantis were perpetrated at th recant elec
tion ef a Delitjate to Congress In that Terrltorr
equal to thoee at Oxford and Klckipon, Is Kaa
ass. hetntnsfrnm Fort Kearney giv East
nnoox: twohnnrfmland thirty-efght majority,
while k is araerted that not twenty II v legal
Titters reeMo there. 7b Mm paper notice that
dlsoov cry t.f an organlred gang of robber in that
nelghbuibnnil, implicntbig an x-8iskrof Um
t sua of l(epreentalves, an x-8hriir, oaf
several other promirent ritlens.
A rcititrtroMiriT of the Frl f7ovf, writing:
from Franklin, t'enn.. sayst " Th oil foeliac
bit not yet subsided line I wrot hut, lk
welltken of by Ju.lg Tiionrau, la rr
last kt Hill In existence I nrlng tb sosamer
mot th. when tlm wa'er U low, tb oil is quit
percep iMe, and becomes at time quit ottenatv.
1 bia is tb case witb other wells in to wa. i her
are vntieu points near th creek and rive
where tbe oil cores from th larfac of In)
ground In such quantities as to h imeiled at
quite a distat re. In fac, the oil sices are qilt
numerous in the town and v kit ity. Vra par a
tlons are making for dilllng In several place.
These aitea are quite as promising, as far aa eat
able Indie at linn are concerned, aa that of tb
co'tbrated we 1 of Mr, DriAax, near rttuivUI.
Mj ownoplnlmltth.it oil exists In Immens
quantities benea'b the inrfac her, aa It ha
pro! ably len acciimulailng for ages, but tb
dlfliriiltv mar be lo atrlks tb exact rslni b.
nea'h the 11 rock,
it m- an amusing scene occurred In tb Court
of Quarter Ses.lnns, nt I'itttbur.h, whe' a lory
c .nvbted a man by mlatake. The rircamnancws
are as follow s: It apars that THuwaa O'Coa
Jor, conttabloifthe Ihird Ward,aaiong others,
had retutind I'.vtiiUk (iivnuiv, of IHamoud
allei, for selling liquor without license. Goichi.t'
not appearing u answer lbs charge, a proceta
was Issued for him. and nlaraut In ihm h-n.i. tm
Slierls tfheer. 'ih ofHcer returned his maa
Into (curt, when tb latter Indignantly denied
that he bad vr aoM liquor In tb city. Thai
testimony waa al given in, however, and tha
man waa fined :Kiand costs. After th trial,
the Court ascertained that they hl convicted
an innocent man, that although ths man before
them wa named I'atrIi k (ioKatLT, b was not
the i-eraonofthat name wbo live.1 In Diamond
alley, A motion waa loimn.tui.1.-n...l. . .
uvwinai; ine motion
motion was aa spee"lily granteaL
as rtlscbnrgrsl, much t baa satls-
and lUTitr. k w
faction aad th relief nf th Court,
NEW YOF.M, Wedaeaday, Oat. M
Tlie Aftlcs, from thla port fur Ufwrpool to-day,
took imt Trl.Kt mt In specie The buatnaas of tk
Fennsylvanla Central IUllroad ebow aa limais af
11dO IT Tb New York and Bandy Hock Tat.
graph Ccmpany haa declared a dividend of t Ma
cent, lavjalae November Utv UoUera of thesotipeaa
of th IflstssalpH RaUraad Cempaay.du lat Movaaa
lar, wlO b paid by Mr. Ac IL OaarM, Ho. tB Wat
at roc t.
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lluuas and lot, Kuglltk batym.tt, on 6th ar J
House aud kt No. 184 Taut 13th at, Kilo,
with furniture ILK
Dssoaect hmis on Kith st, near MsJiaon av,
House and h t on anth et, near Kb ar. ISilM HI K
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KW YOBK CATTLE MATtKkfr.
Wtooar, Dctober Mtk, IMS.
ra ss et star st rorrv-rocmi rresxr. "
To day. Laat Vuk.
Ileal quality A W MU
Madium quality I c4 K .twe4M
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tleueial sealing p low I lu; Mi
Amaae of aliaalss about,., T)J jlt IX
lUuaaiKa Bssr OaTTU. Tb total eopcly La
tl U city and Parian, M. J., baa bawn lit taws
tli hugeal nnaabv raotdvod la a fecur Uuaa, Tsa
oonaeqtuoa kaa been tba pries kav declhwd fwlhy
ooeoeut parpoemwd, aadbtoi uttl liuilm .it-it-
iDfattb. reduction. Wl quote all ssias '
arerag TV exada. Bam buy vary Mara a eeala
Vaaia. Tb trad he bssa aajdaral at (at.
tt latter tor extra. . . .
Mnajsl OowaW utto a dooun of tuksTJ
bead, with vry Utue Vait aud a aT7J
aale at axnaro. , . . -a-
tuae, per asat. lb avsra rt?; gJSl'.!ay.
aidauumtwori4oresstsa war tai ttarst as
H" ... . , . .ii.i l aWiln hi wrina i skat
"-""TTlTiTT.:. mlTl.m i-m-...
supply la anea-saaasi sw a
dwtlds'7 ki prtnts own fed.
e- aaatastaavi ew-r- ..-I.