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THE NEW YORK SUN.
1RIPAT MOKSgO. SOT.
Oar cut and Country.
The raftd erolh of our country- and her pro
criM la Agrlcnllnre, Vrtt and Sciences, hti been
aasf it a matter of tatonbinmtnt, not alone It
EnepM&t, Vot aran to onraelret. Beginning
kick but ft fetr jwri and tracing It to th pn
Mat time, hfrxd to th eonttmplttlte mind
thtm rich and nob!e for HbJ. Oar who!
eeuntrr, IiiniM busJnest relttlont and growth
forth bat I trenty-yearr, no. .J11)1"
mtat cfaboot th " proportion ,bl m"
try tbit city ,h ,,m' T1' of Um
Whoever eHj to mind the condition of our
efty twenty year itnce, will bt most wondr
fuly laapretJad wllh tht cbangt. Than, tht
principal butlnesa don tu below Wall ilfett.
rearl, Water, Front, West, IliRTtr end tb low
or firt of WlllUm itreett contained tbt lee ling
bolMt'bonM. la Bleecker, It on J and r'uurih
street! on tbo Wait and Ktst nadwer, liter
and Kutger't etree'e on th east, resided oar
Merchant PAcee. The heavy shaping la port
almost xcto.ttal ley along tb Hut Hirer
atde from Qulncy to Burling t.ip. A hw omul
bct lines accommodated all tbt uptown travel,
and tbey ict'cely went a'jora tb Dry Dock,
r.igntb ittat and (l.tenalch 5ilg.
Real ci' at lathe, cen'ral perUf th Island,
altbovgS laid oot In lo', was of an tld by tba
acre, Ouf placet of worship wer all, or netily
all, at or below ITouiton alr. Tine paiht aid
pla5irvgronnd were almwt n iknown Wash
ington 8-ioare, then const lerel out of to m, the
Park, St. Jane' S laare, and tba til Btlierr,
were ta lead'.as places fjr recreation. No Tel
egraphs, f.w ttexn presses, few ralroiU and
Presto! C'baKga! Tba new scene tttlkti tbt
era with wonder and aniizement. Large pilot
cf gnj granite and matble ttores and wre
bonwa Ttxe np ta llrosdway, Vouttlandt, Uy,
Tark Tine, Murrar, Warren, I'banbara, Real,
Dnan, and n:anjr oilier arrela, whera Ufor
wai a wilrferaeM of rlcket two-tory buildings
latentloni f.r hoktlng pxxbi by teim, wbcra
(Wore tba porter' back tarred all purpoaas, ara
nw common. Fifth awnue to Murray Hilt,
and other ttreata far Wyond, ara eoTarad wjtb
the priratt rrliJencei of merchants and bulae u
mei of the city, that la In elegance and mig-
niticanc with any on tba face of the globe.
Both the Ealt and North ritera, fur milei In
extent, ara filled along tba plan with bcary
ablpptng. Innumerable ocean iteamsblpi are
Conttantlr coming and going; railroad diverge
to all point, and city cara miwtly bave succeod
l tbe o'd omnlbui lines. MagolHient templet
of woriblp loom np foni ono i nd of the lttand
to tbe otter. Union, Tompktm and Medlsjn
a H-arca, and list, ard noblest, the Great Cen
tral I'iil, ara now added to the place of recre
ation. The Telegraph furntahoi newt front
tboannds of miles inlets t'me than It requires
to wtita It. Steam pre'set that throw oCT their
twenty thousand Impreislons per hour, ara al
mMt constantly In motion; and Manhattan
MjoJ, from tbe Battery to Harlem bridge, Is
fillad with IlTtng, mortng, breathing humanity.
Nor It the change In tba ejuntry less great.
Ttka (of example tbe young S'.ate of Iowa. In
110, Iowa lial only 10.000 Inhabitant. In 10,
taebad 190.000, and now tba bai 0,13.000, as ap
pears by the cersu just taken. Iowa w at the
first free State beyond the Mississippi, and the
rapid ttrMet (.be Is making In population and
waalin will soon lscs her far In advance of
aome of her older rnmpetltort. Other new State",
Wl conrin nnd Mtnnnuts, are not Ixblnd In the
match of liriprw esent, and these new common
wetlirs at the West bid fair toon to out rival
eonie cf the older xuVosrd .Siatos. The nnther
of State, Virginia, must wake from her slum
Urs or she will loon l distanced by thes young
rnurj' Ilium Sh.mw ami (?iiaiu iti:
It "Stt,i, "ir if rauuJ tlir," J.luatre
ttl. ew VorL : Harder . Hi-vU.0'.
This Is a Tjlume uf well-tuld and intcres'ing
s!or!e, and Is a valuable acquisition I) Iht hu
nuirokt literature cf tbe country.
We bare rewired from tbe pub lsbe't, Mes.T!.
ii!o. W. &. Join A, Woon, the Norasber
nan-btr of 1w.t'i J.yie utd CommTCial ?(
rteir. Aljj from Mr. lUftriu t, publisher, the
No ember i-umber ot the AnWrtCi and Me
thanol Jovrml, A',o Gulba'dl )uadr'Jle, by
Trof. l.ri.Mi A. Wissru. n-nrr. Watuss
&. Co , ruUishrs, I'rom M. Urn i O., pub
Ushers, tbe 12tb No. of the MmUiU Cuesl,
We bare received the first anil scsond num
Iiers oftbeourni'.lmtriYaii Vfoinet. a new
weekly pater, pul.lWied In New Yotk, Boston,
and VbilaMbia, j DaxTas . t'o.
Number 1? of Our Mimical Frxmi, Is receh 1.
Hots i Tutscr, Af.et.f; C. II. Srymobb S, Co.,
The ;laj Nrnnrn,
Tbe follow Ing letter was read at the recent
meeting of the Harbor Board of GjUay, anl as
the vessel alluded to and her excsllont ommand
r, Capt. XicBouRitN, leave this port on the re
turn rojana 'November 10, a ro-public itlou
of the document In our cuUmuawiU be, no
I lis atsl'rn to'li tIUa, V.n Dr BtiUf was I Intlabube. no lma.d tLIf rnfcd art'o
ra tJx. Dt II biJIliaoo-a.-iaw, Kimsiu, t .IL-aM ! b" '' "" ; ", ,
f.da?.et!nscrUaia prot ll.ne laot.ei la his era- I Just at IM. ti-e. b.- "' ?fJ.Trt"l
tbt iiu W.rVtht ert ear, .hence be eittaeted it. I yttit,d, ..J ''T, Pft iV!..??, JSH'
iu -' mv . -..- i . us.rtk.B. .vM I .vi.i. . , . tftt. ht 1 T,r ostuani next moroiaff.
i. w.a ka mi .mn n m. via. .. hu. h . . v. mv.v
i.. a m t. iMhVAk in the a1envn.
la tbe fiTMentf" wtrtl, a Jperate assault waa
rr s J bj tLe u Tlfrt" on Ut Reformers, lust SI the
tltl..l prn(d. A Alan B. Ktli, who'era'.i ilry
r coil mfrclitnt on Cltrman etrect, we approteliliiff
the polls, la as met by a vartr of ruffltw, ono ot
e h joi sustc U1 1 1 tli kct from bla band, aad at tb
ran e mon-e-it annther knocked him down with 1vn
k&nrkt-a. Mr. K. de'ended blmflf a well ash
to .Id w.tu tJ cane, uttll be ri slned hi feet, when
be drew bit rerolrtr. ImmeJUtelr aerertJ ni
rere 6-ed at bl, wtthwil strtkln t.M Prrnv
tnpl.s.lfromMsiM'Irenttratril the tlilah cj one
cfhUaf'.'a'd, nexed Hiam "", '. '
trestcd and ok refug In a bo", wnltUr be ' was
f..llowed by hta ewa'ent and .hot. A oanpene
trated bt he aJ, InmctUnr a mmtal wound. Oeo. U.
Km, a Liotberof tbe atawe. M a'." aaultd br
tbe samr Bn;, and aiiat b I o ba'la In the arm, and
on la tat 'nr ' wounds are not eotutdsred din-
teio-ii". a lor who wts near at tbe time received a
tt.ialilc--t, and w tVaighl to lie nmrUlly
wou led. Hi nsniedldnottransetre. Ailer taesi
ccr -rencet norctoru.tr venMtedutar tbe jnl-.
News by Telegraph.
4Vii is(t; 7Vraj.. Qdce, A'o. 43 Fall efrMf, and
Atlor Umtt, inatatnrranee.
ArrUal rhe Aaseriea.
Sjclf.'tt. X H , .Vor. Z.Krmnj. The Royal
mail -tea.n(.p Anterlca Cspt. Mota, from l.tfer
rro). ro 8i uJay, toe kJ Ocb.twr, ws abtnalled oft
la-ifax at thieeci'elxk tbit aternoon, aud doubt
lessnaclitd berd.k before Sve o'clock. No new
la- cms t laid over tbe No-a neotla wires, and
tbe pnmimMloa It ttat t msnagers tbersof Lave
refined tofriJ tbepreM dUpeVsb. aultbst tbe
tor eiprest lsen route for this pac', auJ will
ti 1 Irt bei 1 f morrow morning.
1,-ll'tmnrf, Xor. 3. -The Inquest on the body
f WuiTt, tie rowlr ho was toot jerterd la tbe
ta Ware, Is conclti'led. Tie verdict of the jury Is,
t.iavt Lt ws k Cle d acoldsatslls by a stray ahot There
as 1 eviilenr to show that Drriv, who was ar
n ted u the cbsra; ot committing the act, bad
eoiihirg 10 m wu 11.
Tbe Ttturot from the Slats are verr roesjre, tnd
-irtu lAtliirtu fever tbe tlriniKrats. Frederick ooim-
tj ,.'ithl'lttlcti give Hon msh, Ameilctn, for Con
go ss, al.t 400 ma orty a ls ot t IJ. Wa-htng-Ifi
reiinty gWf llotivtato majority, Aaoe Arua
Jc' 00 intj (Clh IftKtikt) glrr Uinuis, IHmocrat,
tct (YtrirM, If maj( rlty a gam of 0.
Pet'irncfrrm Cecil and Howard eouutlea abow a
IrnKrtlegaiu In three ouatee of four members
f ILS Hoi se aid tao Brnatoie
The rot una Indicate that the Domoerstt will
bave a majoi'.ty In tbe Hoim, but there la doubt at
to tie Swate. Tbe rt turns from tlit cltj wsrd
ar n't yet compete. The American will have
about a vrntiutbcutaid majority, which, of eouno,
ecunttbclrBtatttkkctby a heavy mejorl'jr. 8
far, there apprare tola no change In tbe Congree
tonal delrgaiton. . . . . .
Tbe Iviueat on aTvta I n. eoooliiilel yet. The
C'ei.tta' K.form Committee bare he'd a moetlof, In
which Uiy erptMfcd thtlr '-deei-ent ludlgTiaiUoo
an.i rii.tria at tb murdrr of their reimectalilo and
rtocllent ftllowcltlsrn, AniM Bsana Kita, Jr., at
the roil of tb lEth wa-d; aod abM reaolved toat
tend bl funeral to-norrow morning, iavltlng a'l tbe
lovet of law and order to unite with tie fan iral pro
ceMlob." Arrldent on New Yark CVnlral Raltread.
Albany, Xur. 3. Between 11 and 12 o'clock
last nlglitafreliilttralii, citsUtloir of 41 car, ran
on tbe track at tb entranoe to tbe city, on the
heavy !own frraO, and on n aching the comer of
Vau Woeit street, the locomotive, one of the largest
on tbe road, wasovrtuu.ed, ard a gentra! amtah
upfilloeed. Iligbt of tbefrilabt ear were flhiver
ed to atoms, aod tholr oontsi.i scattered about in
all dlrectii n. Tbe remainder ot tbe train was mora
or leutojundby U concuatloii.
The locomotive waa very bad'y damsge). No
llvrs were loat nor ant one Injured. The accldebt
was retired by loe on the rails, rain having fallen a
ahoit tin a pitvloua aud froi-n. The train actually
ran away from tbe enalnesr. All tba Intake were I
d n aiut attll the moment um waa equal te fifteen I
ml'.f on be ur. Toe engineer eaya lt I fortunate the
tialn run off where tt did, as It would bave been tm-
poenllilo tn cbccK u be lway ueii; entering iu
taanenger ileixt, where far more asrioua result
would have tu owed.
Vrnllcl af Ikt Acrl.lrnt y the Chlraa and
Nor. b Wrelrrn Hallroed.
rTiifrtoim, ll'i't., Xor. 2. A Ccronera In
nnet was te'd thin aftemiKia, upon the bodlea of
those killid by the railroad acc.dut"i!terdT, aad a
virdlct toat the arcidet.t ws unavtable and not
tbe fauH of ar y jwrson la charge of the train, was
scedind. It I etard by the offlc'r of the road,
that girat pair. bare been taken for the purpose of
avoiding accidents, and that the fatal train was
leaning at ee.tc not eioeedlog Sftcen miles au
Arrret oTAIIcaed Horner.
BmUm, ,Vr. 3. John II. Pogs, Da VI I I.clCtl
aud AooTuBiriiorafois 8irr, wtm anested yea
tenia on board tbo abamnulp t'.u-opu, Just before
el e U ft tbe dock. They are eharged with obtaining
a 1M from tba Nvnn lltnk of Nsw York, on a
rorted cluck, purporting to bo signed by lloniav
UoftMi: a'o fur another forgery, to the amount of
II8H0, on theCiminouacaltli JUuku! Nsw York,
lie cane was Invratlgated this afternoon la the Police
louit Mr. Huinos, lDirtilli'r oftbi Naxwn Umk,
and Mr, Aitvaxina V. llonnvsoH, llh grapber, of
M Fu ton stnxt, N Y , apprarlng a witneatee
Kotswas diechargid, the cildonre not lmp'litilng
hliu Th f 'irtLer examination of Ltti 11 aud Hisaor
was iitpited till 8 iturday,
Itiirnluii r the 1'rnibrukr t'oiton JIill."
Conrri, ,V. It., A'or. 3. The Tembroke
IVtlon Mills, at 8unck village, were doatroved by
fin. t'ds mnug, together ith a dwelling, and the
Iilcker a-id count vg rooms on the rppimte sids of
he river. The l.ss Is 130.(lft0, of which about
sun (00 Is li silted. Ttc mills weia owned principal
lv by Misr. WtLn & Minor, Til mis Una , W.
ItousiTS and M. roi'(, all if llo.tm. Neailytwo
lundiedai'.dn'tyopora'ivrs are thrown out of em
ployment by til ca'aiuliy.
At the Snrloai Ihey foutd anotuev nH train, under
At Sue "l"" ''-..,, Ky.hS .Ks ..
tn cnaige 01 a mi. --, " - ..., -- - -.-tie
Just l.ef'ir arrivii g, KiaoaiD want ahead, and
discovtred a hand of Indiana ttempediogTetiia'
cattle, all of wblcta tby drove off. Taiwx wropoeed
tbat tie; should atop at the mouth of the canon,
ard wltformoreaomnleet eome up, to which
luamatreed. but Barman drora on a few miles
foKber Into the canon. Tsisa aaked Basrrtto to
let J blm hi horaee to recover bl lost rattle, but
fnrrrteo tripled ttat hlthoreea were for the us
of bl own ecmpanr cvUettvely. Tama then ap
plied to Kreotio, who Immediately loaned blln hu
1 a the meaawhlle m -f Rraram'a rattle ba.1 got
n.U-d op with Baarrsau's, and fee followed Sat
rssu, wlo had projrreacd about three ml'ee, to re
C"Vtrtdiiitock. lis waaarotapanledbr hit brother
and Mr. Ilaaaixa, our Informant. They hal got
within sight of BarrrttD'a train, when they etw
giuiTstn a&d bit man fired upoo by ludUns, woo
were tn crnsllerabls f wee. Kmoaio, hit brother,
tnd ItsasiKt wheeled UulrlKrand fled back ti
waid their own tiuin, but were eeet by a party of
ti lity Indiana, whereupon they took to the moun
ta'ns, rmrried by twelvt l-ditar, while th r4 went
nn to Leip In the Sght tgskiat Batrrttn. Kiuio,
Lla I rather, and tUaaiHa wnrt trirtued for three
wetks, diuirg which tbne they e insisted on berries,
nr.ui: game, 40.
In tbe metnwhilethsl'. 8. troop la I'tsH luvl got
me information of what ws going on, snd a de
tschmtnt waeaent out. Tbe troop found Kifrotto'e
carrp unmc lasted, and were Infjruied of th circiin
ttaiices. A party wis emt to traoe up Ktnnarn, and
found him after aome seartk. I ndar eacwt of the
troops, Kiitrsm, with hts brother and II swains,
were rest red to their amp. The eoldier then went
out to hunt up the Indians, and succeeded in finding
apaityof twelve of the depredators, ten of whom
tirovtd to be whites, M irmons. The whites were all
hung by drum bead cxiit maitia', and the two In
(flaust.r 3rd !(.
HiitiTstn'aatraln tt at bad lieen attacked, consisted
of tailve men and several women, of whom eignt
men and rie womai were killed. Another womtn
and Ler husband, together with their child, aud an
tnfaLt aged etabt month, mounted a mule and flsd,
but the Infant Tell off, and the tiarentt could not stop
to recover It. A day and a ha r elerwsrds the babe
wasfi nnd lying whers It bad fellen.eid quite onkurt.
A teamster was shot wldle drlvtnit Us waiot 1 he
fell beck Into the vehicle, and a Mornon m winte-1 to
alanine u, wner, ouscovenng some wuskkv in a i'ig.
be took a drink, fm J that tbe teamster waa not
quite dead, when he esc'almed, "Usoin you, atu t
yon dead yet," and then boat him on js head with
the stone Jug until sign of life hal dera rted. t)a th
neit mrraleg a train of ote hundreds agon and 49
men Lad aasumUed in the cansn near C -k Bj-rtnga,
wbtreBnnratv had been atUckd,and tbi-r pro
creded on their Journey wlw KiKoaiata the adrance
and a man ca'ned Oa la tbe rear. Cajn had got
abont half way through tbe canon when be was at
tacked by ts aformonsaud Indians, who thot rour
A rty tnder Kirrain tnd (UlK ImmallateTy
went In purauit and continued It for a day, kl'llng
onstndisn. The company bad become separated
again, and at Btons Point tb Mormoca and Indiana
tamMdrd GthN'a ratlet but Uiy were all reNv
end except thlity bead- That nlgbt thirty Mor
mon and Icdlaus again attacked Oaim'a camp, but
weie repulsed w tb tbe loss of eight Indians killed.
Anotlier train led by a Mr. Anomaow, consisting of
II men and a boy, was wholly destroyed at Uravelly
Ford, with tba exception of tie boy, who eflVcU-dhi
escape. Tnrasa train of lt men lost three who
were killed by Mormn-a and Indiana; he alto lost
five borsre out of thliteen. After leaving twnty
mile statu n, the immigrants bad no further trouble.
Me. llswtisa rou'd not It collect the dates of the
.Vrn(itnat, Xvnmber 3. A fire In Apollo
atuttto-day dotrtiyid aoven building. Lis .
Arotbertreon Cliliiewa street, destroyed half a
tnuate of small buildug. Loss 1.000.
Piurnn, Xvr. 3. IluKroiin'e chair factory,
situatnlln Wist Slstb tticet, In this otty, was l-a-tiojed
by flis last nlgbt. It was insured for ?J.0UO.
lHttiltrg, Pa , Xor. .1 Tba bilck dwelling
at'arhcd to bt. l'aui's Cathcdial, ocoup'ed by IllHhrp
u'O'Mn.a, waa initial y dsatrojed by lire tkn inorn
ii.gr. l.-e ab ut t'J.OCO; fully lnvuie I.
A 1 turbos bcenreoclrud hi re, elsting that Ojn-
eiat 'laiss, for many s ara Uoveinor of Chi bush' is.
in Riuuuy es; rctiii at S4 runo, to consult witu Judge
doubt. Intarestie to ibn nm.rn... r.t. 1-. . .. I ""' rttertnoe to the e iiiKtructioo of a rallnd
, .. .. .....hiiiwu iu , mrougn ubuiuakua, under tbe grant to llai
ami 1 item, uy the llluturoof that State.
CutlLOVTttowa, Paiaoa Kn lai.'s Ilsmk,
October 111, t. I
fcir-1 fiel moreol'ligid than I c disci.be for
your introduction of me ti Csptalu Ni uoison, of the
att sniaulp Jsmsi, whkh t-onvi yi d toe fro u jour poit
to New lot noland aud New York, I bare been for
thelaatscrm years travelling by tbe Cuuard tine
from Liveiiuul to Ualifax, rcturnlug bome, aud hav
paid 70 guii-eas on summer eloue for aiy aisg by
Uat line. Dnrlng tnj espsrienot of 41 year at aoa,
34 of which I hare bei-n msiter, I never as mora
car nd att ntlou paid to any t.lp or tb patseagent
tlan Ct Niououoa, of tbt lial aay Bteamsblp Ja
am, beistcwed upon the vcttel and tbe pasaeoger en
truated to ble care. I w a uovtr mor ilcaaod or c m
fottable bit any ship, or tnaie a more agreeab'e pts
asge In my lit. The Jason is a good blis ami waa
wl' maoszed In aTry .pprtni!t by lit jtlJtrs.
My bus nrss lying In this way bsing louaUutiy en-
ttgtlLabtli'glng new abl fim tbe C4juiee to
Ivrriool fur sle, my pinion may be of aome va'ue
to youta Gal way, audit strikes me I may wilt you
ibis letter as aome entail tokt o of tu r rwuembranct of
our klailnete to me wtrn In your town.
With brst regards, believe me, dear Sir,
Most truly jours,
Jiatt Siirasxt, Er, Calaay.
Vree Huflragr In I!allluiei-r.
The Baltimore pupert cjntaln longaconnts Cf
thetctce. of rowdjlam enae'ed at the polls, In
that dty, on AVednetday. Tba Americana
charge tba rcejonblbl'lty on tb IUformers, and
tba IleArmors charge it en tie Au.eikans. The
Baltimore Bm ttyl 1
la the first Ward, Eowaan Cocav bally
atabU d with awla, and teveial pirsous terlous'y
latea. About ball-past teu o'clock, a man nained
Ktur started np the hill to the pullr, and, when
about a bundled yeid dierent, he waa aesatled by
fire men, me of whom oV att him a blow hioa fe.lsd
him to the gicund. II tnatautly regained hi feet,
end, drawing a revolver, pursued snd fired (hot
at his eatalleota, aud thitw bt j.Utol aOer them.
In th Third Ward, Mr. Hanav IliaainoIr (Lum
ber Inspecfw, No. en Itond St., west In bsnlnd tbe
barricade to voe, and, being pressed and j mimed by
the loogbe, leatsggired isitside and fall dra4. The
puialoau whs trs ca'led siy it at tbe drath was
Uiaaa.tor,1nj,iy. x n'au railed Da. Cao
taw waa badly UalanaSiut 11 .Vook.
. .! v.i vT, ,wrij tue re waa a eoene of car.
bine blm srtth an sirt. aiwt i...Mt.... J
IP&L"- Th? "?J k"-.- "'hit of
atanjB Mtm at trirv ihui vaiivsji ata aian mm till, aim uttia ..
arnortiniabotwtifirsd. Mr. M.asv Brass rt.
hal tw) ball In bi i leg, nut of wbloh ,..i
sl.r. uMi tLe limb, and the ot'iec was toib-ddal s .i
S lnnbet below where the Ont ttnictr, tud wblih was I
aubaequtntly taken ju try lr. il.XLtr txr. ansa.
ua, under tbe grant to IUst, Or to
l.'cut. M at la aeitiiualy II at i.l Taso.
'Ai'il.WiAil. .Yoormfier XS. trotltn.. ,., ..!,
took plara ti-dey In the goff.Jk rark.bctnevn rtcl.
ruaud llroan ck, th f.,rmer wiuntng tn threo
stialglt brat. Time '.'VH',, i.W, tuA 1tJ
Lanoit waa altertlaid totmt also, but was with-diaau.
Ft nra lor the Mnf.lv of Hnnln K .llulla.
St. Jjxiit, A'or. 3. The Wottport correspon
debt of tbe Jlrjtulilh an ray that four Santa 1'e malls
are now due at Independence, and that seilousappre
beiudKUt ara felt for Ua saf ty of bulb outgoing aud
iuoomlrg tartles. Th sm corrtajioudeut alao
rtatea, on the autkorltr of tbe mud rartlee IWween
Couiull tiiove and r'oit Kiley, that blueteeu return
ing Pike's Teak enilant have beea nmrvlend by
the Indiana on the (.lain alnce the Vlllia of Uie
cbii-folth Krowaa at th fvruier iJace, about two
row a I Arrnaat-aarnt betwrrn the Valird
Mulea and Cnnndu,
H'tiiiinlon, Xuv. 3. Tbe rostmastcr Gene
ral ba concluded an arraegrment with the Cauadl.
an I'oat UOiceUeiiurtmint, by wbkhthe matla are
to be trasspinted for the eea-pUge weekly between
1 ct roll and I.Werxil, via I'oitlaad, In Wlatar, and
the rtrer Bt. Lawrence in summer the sarvlit to
commence by tbe trip n' the firt steatuor outward
from Portlaa 1, on the XrStb Inat. It la toteudod to
bave tbe malls, or euoh a may be tliereby eipscted,
t"r and from the Weatern, N..ithwrt-rn,and proba
bly nmeof tueHouUiweaa-iu Stab-a, tent Inclosed
bagslatweeu Chlisco snd IMmit, on tba one aide,
endUverpiot aud l.indon on t'je Uberi and for
this pure the Uiltlah P.at tllSol II partmout has
Uenrt.u,at d tv csistltute Chlo-igo and Detroit
rrehargauiloeafor the LulWd state aud Urltiah
tllto,l.1n,,w.Ilrt.TO C"'1"" lr bieoustl
tntel sn e'chaog. n1M. lly tu, ,jUa , ta u
between 1'orVand and Cbloio Is to ot 4H llours, and
wtiu tbe service oommeoes., there U1 L. a,! ,,n.
bnkenllne o' railroad the whole wsv. This will be
aveiy dirtHt line bet seen the Kar Went aid Europe.
MilMoerilU, tin., Xor .3. The Legislature
mrtteatrrday. LsutSNu Ulnar waa cboecu I'real
dint of t rnse, and Is.uu lavm iwakrr of
thallouas. The uiwsate waa eut in; hi quit
lengthy, and out fKid eutlrdy to suit aifalr.
HulelaS; bi WaakJuatoa.
II 'uihiigton, X'-r. 3 I-w u Joiiw, a young
cikaln tin Laud Oui.-) committed auldde thi
morulng,by 14nlrglilsbislnt out sat I JWA
I'oi mutt. BninitcAn UAitricATioN
Miriuto at ('oorm Isririrrit.-A llepubll-
can meeting for the tatificatlonof the Biqiublican
Btate and Couuty tickets, was held at Conner Insti
tute but evening, fang before the hour for com-
tnenemtnt, the kau iircsenUd a tea of upttrned
faces, mors than 1 M0 being present, and tba stage
waacrowdtdby alarge and respectable body of poli
tician. Mr. Wis. M. UvatTs presided. Vice Pi eel
dents, 110 in Lumber, and II Been tarles were choseu,
and Mr, Evan a delivered a fsw remaikt, thanking
hit audience for the honor coafened upon him, and
defending tbe doctrine t f an Irreelatible contbet.
Hon. Tiiouat Coaaiiv then took the fljor, lie
thought It wat a pity people oou'du't somehow vot
for filneljiU'S Instead of men. lis believed he was
the only representative of tbe o'd Wh'g party upon
theeaith. Us dwelt at length on the Importance of
ertry man's Investigating tbe principles for which
hevitid,and the duty of every meats vote. It was
(very nan's duty to go to the poTt, aud If he didn't
go, hi ought to be tun ed out ol the church, and
dromond out of th Cllntry. After a tliae th
qieaker b. jran to get warm, and deliberately took off
hi cravit, remaiklng, " Daadies In New York
don't do lint. All I aek Is to be allowed to get rid
of the Inlcrbal heat which lain me."j Mr. Cotwm
nexteUered lntoahu-no-ous detlcltlou of popular
sovereignty, wLlch convulmd hi hearer with laugh
tor, II compared Diikimok' party t Ja
hod's rattle, ar.d tipreised strongly the love
of the Iep'.e in the wokt for the conaQtutiou, they
were nit succeptiMe of the violent i-olltlcsl epl
demk which raged In the extreme noith and truth
With an anliuatsd sketch of the cablntt and Presi
dent, at tbe time of tbe passage of theMiasuuilCHU
promise, the sptaVer then cnutrtu'edat length his
o) inline on the eiibj ttof cot gresaloual lights. Con.
grca bad a right to u.aV laws for the ptvtcctlon of
abiveholdere, atd were to asalft them In tbo re
taking efercai-cd slaves, ltevert'ng again to the
duty of voters to elect good men to olllce a law.
makeia, ha icmatked that a man who Interfered with
otter, lit tbe dlii barge of tbla juty, dotetvod a gal
loar.a'id tveu bl children to lh third or Ami th gene
ration sctiocly should lie allowed right of c.t'ienahlp.
He con pared tie o'd Klrg Saul, of sa:rcd blatory
to Mr. Itmiiajuti, and siul, thut, Uk Us nio.b-1, Mr.
II. bad lieoouie Insane when the cares 1 f office came
upon blm, and ha persecuted Mr. lugai.i, tb
David it lis household. After an ex)oalton of bht
pilnolil(S,algrtut hugtb, on the subject of Slavery
ton extension, Mr. Coa in alluded to the Hirer's
Ferry ttTJr, aud teaarktd, tliat as all hi hearers
hiiddoultUes studied gergmpby, and knew where
Tu'tlo Cieek was, ht would say he Cldn't b.llere any
seventeen ntn and five nlggeie, with any number of
frleuds la other States, could have seised a lager bier
lie cuneludid anddht loud applsuae, was followed
by Senator Divm aud others, and at length Mr.
Jautt C. CatTtt ofiortd a series of remlutlans
espreaslve of Indignation at the ptoatltutlon of the
Ftderal Government under Democratic rule, to' tbe
alave power avow lug a determination to roalatthe
le-opontng of Uie tlavt trads expieralng attachment
to tbo 1'tderal Cm stltutlon, and a rtiaJutlon to avuil
'iiteifeilug with slaves tn the Mates In which It axI-4.
ed ooLdi mnb.g tbe di.tuiUnce In Virginia, but
Mew big In tbe "ad pnMratlon by a Virginia Court,
In tbetilalof a brave and misguided man, of tbe
tlme-houoied safeguard of liinocouoe, a new Incen
tive to our cffuits to prevent the extension of the pu-
nk-loti system of SUvery'Vcompllincntlngtlovernor
Mots sir- coLdcniulng tht action of tbe Board of Fa
lsi 1 Wee tu the appointment of Kegudrara of elec
tion, and lastly approving In strong term of th
nominated State and County ticket. These having
been adopted tbt meeting adjourned.
Tbe Mo; art Hall Ceneral Committee met hut even,
ing, and dei Utd to bold their pttmery meetings on
Thuisday evening, the l'tb November, for tbe pur
pose of eleetuig dolegatea to tbe city oonventiotia.
The mosey collected for electioneering p lrposea, was
dlstiibuttd, to be ued on the Morart caalldatca
only, allowing none to tie Vnlon Demcc ratio candi
date. FnaAKDo Woon waapretent.
The Amcricar. In thl dty bold a maaa meetlog
bi the Wrecker llufJdliigs hut evening, for tke pur
pose af tatlfj Ing the elected State ticket. The Hon,
II, J. limit, Hon. Wh. A. (icisT, It. P. Aantiwe
and (iroaui Ckjrwav, tba Ind'an Chief, were the
rnly epoakeis. Mr. t.eui-ie Baoots fated to make
bis appearance a adett!aed.
CnittriH Or CctrKKRtB. Tba monihly
tnoetlrgof tbit boly wat hell at 1 o'cloc'c ysrVer.
day F. M. Psurus rtarr, Prttldant, la the Chair.
ThScrttry read a eorrttpondtnet between Mr.
Datttt and Lord Joan Brteatx, relatlvt to th gold
rWal awardtd by tba Chamber of Commerce U tba
British lavalotnetf 1 who twisted In ltylng th tale,
grtph caVt. Mr. ZUl.tlt had forwardtdUo msla's,
and lord Joem BtrssiLt ackniwltdged their receipt.
Ten new memlert of tba Hoard were elected, Cticl
Ctrant wa aUUed a membtf ot th Ooxttltteeot
Mr. naoaai W, Bldnt submitted th report of the
Commute on Hsrbor Encroachment, Av, which
stited tl at flv acre were taken from tht Uarbw
by th West Washington market, and abto that
there was an eneroachmaot on plar 41, N. R. The
towber tstension and othe 4soes at th Cut River,
were menbowd aa encroaohment. The dumping
(rounds at th It It ver, were alio aondemns J, and
amendments to existing enact aentt were proposed,
by which the Itirbor CommlMlonar shiuld hav
the power to remove tht encrca'hmenti at onci
and punish thote who Ctutod them. No dirt ahonld
be dumped on th whrre,and be City.tasnectw
alould hav kjw ready to removt all depoilt of
Hth on the plera. Tie report eonetudsd by paying
ajusttr.bnts taProfesAor i. I). Bantt, and rtcom
mended that th flettery st'enl.in sboul I bl pr
aeeded with at once, so as b pot a stop to tht con
stant encroachments reiuHtsg from the wtshlnr
away of thebalf-finlshedeinbankaKat. Tbe re,iort
aaddocnmeutwtrord red to be printed.
A reeJutlonappilntingaCm-uittce t) wtitnpin
the Mayor, Street Cim-ntsiloasr, anl t'l I o C ira
mitteoson Wharves and Plert of th Oonmin Coun
cil, asking thalr early action ontbeaubjtct of tht
lltttery Kttsnalon, olTired by RoTU. Pusi.rs, anl
revtostlng that the outer or sea-wall bt c mstructed
foi tl. with, was ndopttl.
Mr. Menus Matar caltdtht attention of tht
ClianiUr to gieat frauds perpetrated at tht South,
In the adultei ation of 04ton, by packing tsud la tht
bales, and thut Increasing the weight lis read re
ci'utlont proposing a remeJy,and also requesting the
rrestikntot toe Cliambrr to a ldres the Chambers
of Commerce of the various eitxi of th e dton-g row
ing dlatiM, In ordr to procure legislation on tbe
ubject. Tb matter was finally referred to a com
mitt, consisting of Meter, llwirr, II O. Dtiwaa,
TitttToR, aud Tauvyrr.
Mr. Tnoaet Tti-rsToa rond a eoaaraunlcatlou fr jra
Professor O.'rmT, of the Dudley Observatory, at
Atlieny, a relation to establishing a Mtjn-tlc 0"
ervatory In Nsw Yoik, and olTirlng to make sujli
errangt mnta aa wou'd give the correct time to Niw
York within a fraction of a arc md, on the stmt plan
ado4ed by London, Liverpool, Paris and other large
I'.uropetn cities. According to thl plan, a time
ball, about six feet In circumference, will be elevat
ed so aa to lie conspicuous from tne harbor, and will
be electrically connected with the Dudley Observa
tory. As the hour of noon approaches, the ball will
be elevated to Us position, and at the exact Instant
will be re'eared by the action of an electric current
from Albany. Of course alio wanes will be male
for the clKftrt nee of time between that e'ty and New
York, and aTl the necessary precaution taken to in
ure perfect acctacy. The matter wat referred to a
pedal oommltte,KnJastlng of Moaire. Paarr,fuu.rt,
Tn-nvm and O. W. DursT.
An appropriation of 100 to pay for a thousand
ooples of the report of the Select Committee on Quar-
auUne,wae then pvased, and the Cbam'jer adjournal
Tea Pi ut v. Thai list cf the 3 fib. a'reet
K. E Chuich bal a tea party It analog, la tke
tbLJtlu The object wit tt aid la pe;U-g tor f ur
nUMag the church and paronsgt.
Tire Socittf Bstcat.ATErjof thl city met
la Convention Us'l, Wooeter street, la t evtnbg,
and elided their offltlrt for tht tcrilng year.
An Fxrt.tteinoK TttSt EdUorqflh 5a
I botloed In your paper of the V9thttlt., a statement,
that three twist iwtntltn, Ba-ned FtriraTacit, Mo
Crttsr, and myself, were brought before tbe Mayor
on the day before, and a charge of defrauding 0r
man emigrants pr -el against them, and that all
thrie were committed by toe Mayor to tb Tomb.
I with tony, in behalf at rojself, that tb etate
ment Is fa'se In vtry pattvcu'ar aa regards aa o&teae
oommlttad by aiyaelf. True, I was arretted en sue.
echtrre. but It was Dutwovrd. and I wss at once
teleaatd. 1 am cot, nov hare I ever bsen. a dealer la
ticket a, but a hotel keeper, and nav lot blag to do
with any tlake operator or sMndkrwhttevsr. In
ssit tb abov correction, and tM'gt yours truly,
Proprietor of Freeman U del, U Cedar (t.
Inineeia, AocldenU, tc.
Sttrtni bt Takwo Laotiastm. Coronar
Jamiisa he'd an Inquest! the New York tl.amttel,
up n the body of a man named C texts Joaaa. who
onmndtted suicide by taking a large quantity of laud
anum. Deoramd was an Internee ate man, and dur
ing one of his drunken fits be f. 11 end Injurvd him
eeif severely. Wbll lck tn bed from th tftVcl of
tbe 11 he resolved to commit unlade, tod S'ndlng
his son (or f"ur ounce cf laudanum, h waltowed
thesanre. Th deorased was conveyed to tbe New
Yoik Hoe Ital for medical attendanc-, but all sT.Ttt
to save bl llf proved unaval.lag. He expired la
about half an hour after be wss admitted, verdict,
"suicide by taking laudanum."
ThkHomtcitii or Ciunits Con tire. The
Itqutst in tbe cast of (tmLtaCoaa, who was fa-
tauy wotinatii at a aiaturuenc tu the grocery (tor,
No K0 West loth street, a few evenlcg ago, was
held at the New Yntk Hospital, yeeterdsy, by Coro
ner tfcmruaa. Theevtdrnce elleited weal tu enow
that diciiwd ws atabb.d by iw D-ixasu wbll
L waa endeavnrloir 1 1 prevsnt a fight which era
Bitng on between Doaa tx ar.il a man named Jouis
oaaOHSN. Tbe Jury rendered a verdict egallat
Diixstnwho sra thereupon committed to tb
Tiub to await th action of tbe Orand Jury.
Plan or ma Iir.irnm. WAi.rrn Ilioottt,
who waacHdet.tallr stabbed with a bsvonet on
1 Tuesday afternoon, wl i'e on a ta-grt excunrion witk
tne uotisnun U"aros, aiea yeateiray at uie New 11 ra
Hospital, from the effect of bis lojurlet. Inquest to
dsy. Dxath moM a Kali. Coroner .TaciMtw,
held an Inq'iest at No. 101 Avenue C , upon the bidy
of Jonn KtrsHiB, r stive of Ireland, aged 41 year
who was accidentally kll'ad by falling down stairs.
An Inquest wat a'ao held upon tb boly of a child,
ft years of age, named Catiiasiit It sow a, who wat
killed by a shutter falling upon hor head, at the bouse
No. Sil Twiirtb strtet. The Jury rendered a verdict
of eccldi ntal death la each eaae.
Oiinii.Ulov, Interesting services were bad
at thg lalght Street Ilaptlit Churub laM evening,
wheie Bev. B. GtiiLt, Mltsiouary to Japan, was or-dali.ed.
IJfr 11 iid 't-nft on Ibr Plains.
'I be San 1'rmciu.o If era! J of the Clh Instant,
received by u.e Ov.rlf .id Mail eunt tin tne tub-
IwVbAlitbe left Irm, near the tu'd-r, on. u I l-,,Ctjrt'tJei' "Vki by Mr. Jamm M.IUh
wUcbaswabaxl tbe bone aud pestod anftraly tnrougb. I ''"". ' 0 )ad arth ed at San JTrancUco ri-J Salt
L..M.dM.1ilklMtikKit amhtddad ltli in
tie linvb. " II alao received a be 1 In the tight leg,
juat U'ow th knee, which aavtred a b'od vtHl of
ouaidara't !, r using a Urg flow f blood, and
m ,. .M !.. jO.IM.Slnn wal mtO tOtlM
Tote of a vefoTto. , named Krawuaitiaa, waloti MM
4be Urea auot, xruon vw em 01 on amtmim. . .
X ep"tuf hart (-) Johoij wa raqftN t
2i rii.U,.r "." 1r number of train on the
Ji!i?w2.m argrtKile W over one huu
iITsi. L!l. r,J.0M' uv huudr.dmsai
T i..7.'.'. np uv m'l parte- of f.wu
t!"i"iil?,,lu.,U,W.r1,",,h- fael. trdu trtv.
tkd about five, ten, fifteen and twenty rallea apart.
The emigrants got aloog vrttbout dimcelt; until they
airlvad a Grarel.j Ford. tUauun'epaityctmpad
ail their anlma't to grass About dark, tut guawl
lesyling ,' JVU aUrvored rtM Vaytuj re-yew 1
CoKTnAtTt Awaaiirn. Yesterday afternoon
Street Conimleele.er Sunn awanled th followlag
ooiitrii-ts -Ver flagging, re-flagglng, aettlng and
re-setting ufcuib and gutter ttom-a, in 41th atnet,
betwttn eth and flh aveuues, to Ws. D. Swaavt to
be d.oe lu 10 dtjl fur 90V. For fir.oing the vac tut
lots bounded by BTth aid Sdth streets and 4th avt
t.ne to bo done In 10 c"ayi forltlB, to Jons J.
MiiVUowM. Fot building a house for Hook and Lad
der aniu)' No, T, on Iks south sids ol ltMh street,
tetMtu 3d snd tth avenuas ( to bo completed within
four uioi.gis, for tUmi, to Jens E. Wvwot end
Wtt. t'aat, Ja. For flagging 4 feet wide 114th street,
betaten Sd avenue anl Avet.ua A, and isjth etreot,
bttaton Clh aud sIU srenure ; to be done lu 11 day
for J1.701 W, fo W. D. Bwsavt For ottlog curb
and gutter stoixs, and flsggb g 4 fact wide, on Ub
tveoueUtneeu lWthanilCO.byituetsi to be done
In Wdajt.fjr ooj lo,Jto 8. D. Mooaa, For aegu.
la'ing, giadlcg, letting cut and xgi-tter atouat, and
nsggtng 4 fct wide, on COM. (tract, between Broad
way and 6th svtnuei to le dcjje In 130 days, for
B..S0T bu, to Tuoxua J. raa. For reguhvtlng,
grading, setting curb and gnttar atone, Sagging 4
fest wide both eireet, bet ween 8th aad Mb avenue
to be done la lot dsjs, for 1 1411 4 to J'ei li,
Cofst il I'oMMrrrrK MFrrrao. Tb Special
C.nimtttue of the Boaid of CouucDuien t draft an or
dinance to make provlaiona aga'nat aoddenU a 11 ng
nm tee exploel of steam boilers, litl 1 a meetlrg
yeeteijay afternoon, tn the Couiidlmen'a chamber.
Several gettlemen ixnt, favored tli Committee
with tbrlr vleaaoutb subject, but no busbieee of
Importance was transacted.
Iiik AxiecAt. Mranva or iiir SirrK
Fkam'Aise IiK BiharAisAMR was he'd a few
Csjs slnoe, when tbe Preidl.ntlM in. L. DtCantar,
ubmltted the annutl report. The funda of tbe S
elety, lt appear, amount to $13.!4 43, whiehhtx
ben Inverttd In bond and mortgsgtl. Tl rocelpla,
Including a ba'ance of tl " 1 I" the treasury Ijit
star, amotmled to e.0H 41. 1 TOI were r;lrl
fiom I'M) subscribers, and $i30 00 fiom the French
Conauhite. The French population In general c m
ttibuted $1,003 79 1 $2tfT were retntned by person
who were sont horn 1 1 1'ram a at the e vpense of tbe
French Society. Interevt received amountel to
0.MI B0. TLeexpenir were tS.T90 bO, testing a
bnlanceof $440 W lu the treasurj-. f 1.140 35 were
dUtrlb'ited among lir and destitute Frenchmen') 0
perron were sent home to France at an expente of
l.t91 G0i $BU SI were pa'dfor 15TTI pounl of
brtsd, snd iK3 C3 ere expended for coil while
ft 800 were Invested. The Society lately received a
ligacy coiutsxing of tbs house 1ST Oreene street,
from a Moils. K.rlianv, dxtaiinl, tn this city. Tbey
routenplste I stablUhliig a French Mniptttt, and
have appointed acommlttcc,to whom tbe metier has
Tim CTr.txiiiiir Wmih WirniitvN from
tbi Bnr.Mi n List. 1 lie steamship Wer, ori
ginally apolntl to sail fioa Southampton on the
loth ult , bas be n temj orarlly withdrasrn from tht
Bremen line, and wll not resume has trip thl year.
Tnr JiVixit. Aatt. a. Tba mjntbly
niietlngof tbo Board of Director of this lustitutlrn
waa held on Wodnetdey evenlnf . The Superintend
ent of the House of Reception repoited the number
of child ren rt malulng In tbe Asj lum, oa the first In
stmt, to be 110. The report of tbo Superintendent
of tbo Asjluro,lnli5th etroe showed tbs number
of children In that department, on the lat last , to
tare been 411. Tbe health ol tht children, at both
bouser, bas been good. The t-tal number of adutla
ekLi from January 1st to November let, III.
Lnirnrs Kir. lltsRT Waud Bti'HKn,
lectured hist evening, on llargaia Maters, at Rulgert
Institute, rrof. CianuT, at the Demllt Iustltute,
on DiiKase ofjba chest. And the third of tbe Brook
lyn Taberrarle course, Re v. W. II. Mtuwax. Sub
ject "Yourg Ame.-lca."
Tnr. Sanitary Association of this city met last
xenini at tke Cimer Institute. Tbe subject of aan-
I Itaiy reform waa talked of, aud a commltte,to wbljh
was added the nsxes of Wilson (1. Hoar ami t'srsa
C'oertt, weieapclutedtomemoralb,e th Common
Council for tba pexiuge t f a sanitary ordlnanoo suita
ble to the waid of Ihe dlyA
Tb A Mr mean (irxxmAi'iucax ahb SrATti
1 it al S rrrr. TbU toclety held Ua November
uu.iUig,bv.t evening, at CUntonUall. A reeo'uUcn
wae t OVrod aud referred to tbe Committee on Topic
andl'rordliiir. In relation to a meeting In com.
memoi ation of Caai. Rnna, the flrat geographer of
tbe age, tnd tbe founder of Comparative Oeograpby.
Apfr on th present condiUoo cf Xovland, and
trauelatcd by D, W, Fitaa, the Secret try of the So
ciety, was rtad.
Tar. thlp Neptune' Car, 1 CIS toot register,
wae, yeste-tdsy morning, taken on the great balance
dock for repairs. She will be stripped, recaulktd
and newly coppered.
The A.MiniiAS IittTrrtrtR held a meeting last
evening at tbe Cooiwr Institute, at which were pre
tented Reports of tht General Committed. It was
teportedtbatth receipt of the recent fair of the
American Institute amounted to $13.000 1 that there
bad been $13 B)0 expended, and that there remained
bll'a still due amounting to $2 B00, a deficiency
wh'.eb, It li alrged, wa caused by the expense of
tbe Agricultural Fair and the Steam Flo. Tbe
Treasurer wae ordered to appropriate umclut
money from the trtasnry o( tbe Institute to oovsr th
('HAi.r or Fw-oiiotrs Amiolt. KrartAtxt
Btvaan wa bmngbt before Justice QcAratrrHreM,
en the charge of aaultlog Jons Otatirrr, of No.
001 Hoiiiiton street, with a ocket knife, trtainling
hbw In tba head. Tb accuaed waa hsld for rtt-sl-nation.
CAiiDRai or ax ALtrnrn IUnr.it r Vr.
TUCtanisoniit, an alleged burglar, was detected
in 11th Avenue J eater J ay mrroimr. by Polloeman
Clow, of Hi toth precinct, and thane was given him.
The office rirsuedtbexfigttive for soreral Uocke,
when tb latter Jumped down an embank stent, and,
In endtavoilng to escape, broke hi leg. He wa
taken to Ilellcvue Hoe-pltal for medical treatment, but
when hia health ts restored, he will be transferred to
A OAwrnDATit rs Trccm.. Jamm frti
oraaore, a first waid politician, end at present an
Independent raudldate lor the Legislature, was ar
rested, yrrttrdsy, In th offioeof tbe oieik of lb
ummonixKBou.aaii in aetauit 01 tnepayeaent or
$10 file, waaaai.t o tbe Tomb.
Ai.trorn PicKrorxiTa AitiitTcn. Two
boys, named Joins Dust end Joiik Cnsaaa. were
arimted yerterday mornlcg, cha-ged with having
ilcked the pocktt of an unknown woman, while
ivikirg at a target oorapany, at tba corner of Avenu
H aud lith stnet. The ptnierty was recovered, aid
the t!ppncd thieve committed for examination.
Donrd f Aldi-mi a.
Tbe Bond held a regular meeting last even
ing, Aldxman M Sittah In tbt cbar. A rero'ut'on
pisred at tbe last meeting of tbe Boatd, ctlDng a oon
wnllon to apUit DllTrict Court Clerks, to mett
N.ivtmber lutn, wa rtselnded, and tie 11th named
as the day of meeting. A'derman Lrna presented a
reeolution, lncrena'og the nlariea of th Superintend
ent of Fire Apperaiiia, and th Superintendent In
thaEt ert lapartmtnt to th sum of $1,000 per an
rumj which wa re'errtd tothe Committee on st'arle
n J offices. A petition wat presented from pmpstty
ownrrt on Hat ttieet, for a grant to tuna Una of
atsg's from Scojndand Third avenue t Central
Taik. Referred. A communloatton ws presented
from the Ciut.m Aeineluct Departmorit. stating that
the sppioprlatt'-n fir -water pipes and laying" waa
nearly exhausted, aud aaklng for au additional ap
pMpilatlnntf $8,000. Laid over.
A rrpoit wat received from the Comnttteeon
Btretta, recoinmendlng a conenrrrnrt with 1'ia res
bitlou 1 seecd br tbe Itosrd of Councllnen. awaidlno
1 tbe connect fer ' Ing Fifth Avenue, from Washing
ton rquare 10 tia snret, to gussets tciDtr, lor tue
sum el $S4(S. Aloe.tr 1
A resolution paeeed by the Common C iiu.l, l-p-nirltlujr
the mim of $5 BOS, to comptote
buidingof tlie llttx Ward Station limit-, aulacnt t
this It. wid for concurrence, was ivferred to the Com
mittee on Reralra a&d Supptlea
Atdcrnau Baaiir eu.red a res-ilittiia, reqnestlng
the Conq troW to approve the sureties of U11 1 ri
t MatTijf, tliecoiitiactoreorpaelPganw riot on
Tomi .kins' Mai krt, and d.rert'ng tbt Stmt Com
1nlMlo11e1stos11bn.it thfir bid to the lanrd firth
with. Adopted. The ll-al J then adjourned to Moil-
llonrd of C'oitiii-lliiirn.
A tegular mooting wat held yettenliy after
nom. A ietltlrn was received fiom tie Atsociatlon for
the It- m-flt of Colored U'psna for re'luf. iferrod.
Tbe Ci iiqtroller wsa rc-jueeted to Inform tbe
Board, at ita next mtetlag, wltat stew have been
takon to canv out the teeolution ol tbe Common
Council of ltofl, directing a leave of a ferry fro la the
foot of 14th street, last It ver, to Hunter- Pol at,
M'. Vk Tin submitted tbe f JJowlogr
11 ntrtai, it is customary to cerebrate ut a iveom
log manner tl anniversary of the Evacuation of the
Citv of New York by tbe Hril ah, there'ore,
Jtsanlrerf, Thai a cvnmitte of three from each
Board be arpotnted tn make the necessary arrange
ment therefor, and tks aunt of $3 000 be appropri
ated for thle irpoee.
Councilman Orraasoa moved to amend by making
the sum $1,000. Tb amsudment wa acoepted, aud
the ptper wai laid over.
Mr. Las Tmoved to dint-barge the Special C-rmralt-tee
on the eubject of widening Broadway, and asked
to withdraw the leso'.ntlon preeentexl by him at the
lent meeting. He teed be had no Id -a of forwarding
any railroad contract, for be wat oppoiiod to a reti
red In that street. He edlertd It with the sole pir
h ar iSiniproelng Die street.
Mi. OrrsBBrn said he was sorry to see Mr. Laar
take ary trivial Imputation In such a serious manner,
eieclaily bo much ao aa to withdrew the ree-lution.
Mr. Lxat'b rcqueat waa granted. A great portion of
the evening wa spent tn aiqioliitlnff Insiee-tors and
Canvaneere re election. Too Board alj-airned to
emctint ttptad-d f frod wti MtTUl . niavbet
of rtiaenere, f 1 number ooraniKe! dirtnf the
year.ltci, Jbeia-g-d, 1 078 1 deetha, I; rtmata.
"' ?J.n ca perem, 9 81 pet day. Tbt
urn ojglfij ta, been paid t tbe Cenn'r Treanrer,
for labor of na-, rnVners, atd ! 14 for f.
rttofSwu711 ' tl" -,a'a-u li-a,the
DAoorrreai SjAi jr RT ,,. FATimt.-0f-fierr
Berroaa, of tbeath rreemct Police, arretted
a men name dBatur, who reeidee la Steuben treet,
near Myrtle arenue, on charge of drunksnnea. ft
aprared,txjbaeqect.r,ttai , lutae morelag i etll
td bla daoglttr, andrauted her t etoul of bed.
and got work, ebe being employed i Vi raetorr!
(he again fell ae'erp, and the father took a beetle of
boding water and threw It open her. She seta ee
retly molded, but th Injurlca are not of a danger
one ebarecter. Bht will, however, be Incapacitated
from following her tuned ooenpanon for eometlme.
The aocuted wa oommltttd to await lamination,
Tako-o Hit Owk raorTT. Lwrn
Tttau. waa trird, before Justice Coanwaxt, yee-
teroay, rer iTeausg tour oar or iron rrom a man
named Wnrra, and wa honorably acquitted. It ap-
?aitrg, from tba statement of Mr. Wbitb, that
nau. bad bought aad pail for the Iron. The
oruiijiaint wae mad by a polioemea, who arretted
the at fstdant In tbe ct of remOTlng the property
from K.t pren.bKi of Mr. WaTra,at Bed Ux Ptel,
oa laturday mottlsg last.
A PrKriciAifASROr MARntAor tnnt Dtr-new.-tn
The Fair Baina iMrRisown) rt
iifr Kavhtr. Yesterday, Deputy SberllT Kr
rtfoie wtt directed to proceed to the house of Jostra
Fisuta, corner cf OraVam avenue and Vers, street,
F. Ii , and serve a writ of Habeas Corpua, leaned on
WtdnriK ay, by Judge Ilnorr, at Pokeepei, com
mandlsgtbe ea'd Fisaia to r-rodneebl daughter
Aena Mtaia CxtAtm, on Wcoatalsy, tbe Vih inat.
The writ was served aud proper return made by the
The drcumarance of tbla rts art tall to be at
folowt- Mr. Fl mills a see! to do gentleman pro
prietor of a grocery at the enrnrr of Graham avenut
ena t aret atrret. v. ii,anaTiry rona 01 gunaeng.
Aa Mtaiat tttnalr child, ezed about stxteen.
and xerj pietty. 8rme months since, Mr. Fisnn
weit out on one of bht periodical gunning excursion,
and at th aollc.tetlon of hi Caugbb-r took hr with
blm. The rid gentlen aa hearing of fine snort In th
neighborhood of rokeepsie, thltharward bound bl
t ps. Be'erilsg a hotel at which to leave bla daugh
ter, ha found ore kt t by Mr. Cttsura, a youaa man
In modern's otrcumstancta. Wbll at this b-itel, and
wlCatl old geatleman waa tn the wood pursu
ing game, the young man, Cauvaa, fell des
perately In lore with Mies Fisaaa. Tbe
paealon wts rectrrrocattd, tnd marriage was proposed.
Thut tht jruiig Uly thought very nsnantlc, and ac
ceded to, but wat (coifed that her father would
never otwlL Time tied on, and no mean
presetted ItMlf of overcoming tbe father' dreaded
objection. At last the day arrived on which the fair
Ansa mu't leave with her father for home. To act
at rnce was tbe only alternative, and st t-n o'clock
they slipped o'.t of the house and went to a "Squlrry
eiy wd' mine 1 warn were Boon maoe one. TuenaaoK
to the bolel tbey went, nor disclosed th secret to tbe
father. In a few hours Mrs. Cat tun and bar doting
father were rn their way home, and arrived safely.
Mr. Cattaxatook no atrpa to claim his brtds until two
wetks since, when he disclosed the fact of their mar-r-sijs
to Mr, Fisaaa, who waa vary Indignant thereat,
and ore hut daughter should never live with her
kusband. He detained her clothes from her, and
would not permit l.er to leave h's house under any
clrcumtttnce. Mr. Catiun then applied to tht
law for redress, and the result wts ths lwulnj of the
habeas corpua by Judge Eaorr. On Wednesday
next the examination take place.
nonr.tr nr SERTAtr Girls. Mart and
MaBtaaar CliaAH, were brought before Justice Fox,
Wcdnredty. Mtsotttr, on a charge of robbing Mr.
I.iwaai Dartr, In South Second etrect, and Meat
on a cl anre of robbing Mr, A. O. Puiixira, of South
Sixth street, with whom they have been living aa ear
vsnta. Mtar boarded at tke house of Mr. Aaron,
In Orand street, New York. At both of these place
aitlo'e hav been tnlssed from time to time, and
Monday, MtslABtT waa detected In tbe act of steal
ing a breastpin belonging to Mra. Daixr. Tbla kid to
ber and I et slstsra arrest, and vpon searching the
bouse of Mm. Aannra, several truoka were found be
longing to tbe g'rla. Another trunk was found by
thee 01 cars at a noose In Sixteenth atreet. thlt wat
searched, and over a hundred dol'ara worth of stolen
property was fcULd. la tils house were also found
Dee or ell ether trunk belonging to other girl, cxa-
teiBtng vanouaarxxie. twpposed to nav been stolon.
Tbe girl were committed for trial.
('Arnruxor AnALLEor.n Fimai r ntmoLAR.
Yctetday afternoon, tb housof Mr. J. Dae
two. No V J rTerten Place, E. I)., wa entered, aa
alleged, by a female, who broke open oue tt the
roome, and stole a number of ladle' dreseea, thre
breatnlna.thriiiaceit. and aememoner. Ae
be ws having tba house, sb wai "bservsd br one
Arilien.Mt,..l. !... .... e. ., AfflAee
At P. DEGKOUTS, lu Fulton stre-t
Mark Cloth OTercoat .. . ." ".r" aK t $1? 0
in e-k ll-aver Oxercoats $10 09 te 1A Oa
l-jiklmo nearer overcoat lis no t $4 0
tlantor Beaver Overooate. ..... ..tlton't too
Pilot Ovtrmete , ftl"i"JI'V '
And a splendid stork cf all kleils JfatT Cletal
tt estremVly low arloe, at fc. DM ROtrri 141 gidtew
street, between Btoad'ty aad aa street.
Pact. Tat One of Mr. nAOAwAT rarr best
pe rformsneen Rtrrly Indeed U It eonalled. Ills Oct
OoooLora Is detlcloualy hamoreos afeo. Betn are pre
vented af tctaoon and exenlBg at BaaMtnt'e Mtrtarm.
SHITTLE SCWINO MACiJiXTS.
IUIOnr in . ga-aBRBbrtM
Kirial te tnr fo the raai
rrtefe-i0 and new
a, 44J Broadway and ID
...v.- Barrt TRtoorvnrJtotnj
I.MJ. .?? ? Cheaet artlrte for DrVUlng tied Bsaa
tarmalJJlVBif,fc 5,r''l. snwerT&J TanX tbastectag
tke Hair. LaJIea try It. iU ht U Praaaista.
tatS-t t LToVa Sa-wrwa tUoenanem.
Warranted to give better aattitaetlon tbaa uar atjket
llaehln In this market, or money refondeX
re. B.-Paie.a Kancuas to $00. lie. Out Broadway.
rHRtwotcoT poi-rrt otrr tnmn rntam
and bow to msks the met of one's pewers Examine
tions daily by F0WLa.lt A WtLU, V Broadway.
. Ar ttUMe the Reach ef An!!
A CFKTAIN PARTY l)F TIIIR CITY fwho, forth
pn-iH-nt, ehall be nameleM, HAVING CAUSED Til
IiK AliliRK.HSHltome eommnnicatloo of a sore-.
hat threatenln nature, demanding that Iahelleon.
firm certain rlnmlars and edvertlsemente only la so.
cordsoce with thrlrexprees desire.
I coneequently tske the prenent opportunity of o9r-
A WORD OF FRIF.NDt.Y CAUTION
To TDK PI Itl.lO.
All penmns are berehy etrlrtlr forbl t
IAKIM 1E OK THE PREPARATION
kown to the eommonttr ss
MISS TAMZAN KKIIARnV IMTROVfcO
MISS TAMZAN RirilARDR' IMPROVED
, IIAIK DKU81NU,
IIECUMINtl TDK lllS.tKgtORa OF RF.MARK
AIII.V UM. HEADS OF I1A1K.
a tbey eo.t enlr.
Kreroratlve Ni cents: Prewle. SI cent per hottl
Wlnrlpsl Whole-ale and Krtall Depot. Ne. "!
fanal atreet, (one door raid of Hudson street), New
Send for ctrctiler tnd Information, or
Enqnlre st tbe nesreet Druaslat or Fancy Omli
At a Special Merlins ef K. I- rXnow Stertwl
I'nlnn No. . held after their Ball at Joasa' new Assam-
(lv Rooms, e-'sl llroadwsf, on We-lneerfar evenlae.Now
I, it wss unsnlmonely resolved that the thenks of thle
nlon are eminently da, and are hereby tend-red tt
OEO. W. JoNF.8, Feq4 fur the many fsrors shown ee
atourllall, snd that we heertllv recommend him te
the eotioe of all sleter societies for tbelr oatrenate em
imllaromwtona. THOU. MCTAI.OABT, Chatrmao.
nefUways rills The health af the aeT.
;rrln depends on the condition of the mothen if the
toent whence the infieot Jrsws life lie ileklr or Im
pure. It natorallv follows that the child will be ennrt
ed. Hollo. sj's l'llbi ar tbt stfett medieUee in ex-
Utroce. .. lir
TemBwranre-The I'aleai Tempermairo A-
snrlatlon will meet mil (Fiblari evrolns. at THo'elork.
atlVBllowerv. AdJreej.e hr R. N. HAVENS, El7
nd otlieri. Similn br line VM K. MACDONOUUIt.
Friends snd fuss sre Invited te atti-nd. -"""JW'
K D. K. MuROAN, President.
rVnter Veteran Cor pa of 1(I1-JA reanalar
meetlD will he held t the Merrer Ileese. on this (Frt
dsv) evenln. Nov. 4th, at Dt e'elork, te make arrant
ments to celebrate tbe 70th ana lveraarr,the evarnatloix
of the liritleh trooni from our thoreeoa th tnth dar
of Nov. I, iTii It every veteran be preaent and unite
ae a liend of nrothen en this nree-inn. Hr ordsr. IL.
RAYMOND, Col , ISA AC M. I'lll IE, Adjt. lit
The members aad Bxeanpt member eg
Fulton Enslne Vo. VI, are reoriented te meet at tbe En
gine Houee on Friday, Nov. the Stb, at 1 e'elork p. m
to attend the funeral of our late aaielatellEoRllH
KAVANAOIL 11 order, J AS. McClLLObQIL Fore,
John I.ee tiaarda The Member efthla
romnany are reqnrited to meet at llermltase HalL eor
Allen and lloueton eta, tbla Friday Evening, at Ttf
o'i lock prerUrl v, for the Oiirpnae of eleetiat offlcrr.,
i.rJnft-'!SS' ? I1-'LETCHER, Captain, FRANCIS
BROCK, Orderly Sergt. OT
Ilvemllllone of botei of ilraudrrth'e 1'llU are aekt
yearly. The eale iteadily increasea. and ri-t thouwad
xrariy. i ne eaie treaaily increasea. and ri-t thouaanits
die from eilds snd fever, whlrb theee pills could err
taiatr cure. Hrandrrth's Pills sre simple, but us-
-.1. " 7 7" ---. " . . ama. I "urmiirnrKaiy, now important mat we at once
oflbeoccuiatta, who vt tbe alarm, ani "mosr geeare tn s)vanta.e over slckneis when It can lie hit
WaiuuOutnuao.oriherirthPreclact.caidured I at an tuTlay ofonfr 83 MniN Olbc ltl Canal rt. and
her. 8be wae taken to the Polloo Station, when aha I by slUruijUts. Pt
Ktnr. Between 3 and 4 o'clock yesterday
ann. a f re brkt out In thealtioof 330 Fulluu
street, anl tesultcd tn tbe destruction of tne roof.
Tbe first Door Is tvcupled by Mr, June Domex s, at
a tatlortng estabhahment, whicA was damans! to the
amount uf $130 no Insurance. The sexual and
third stories are occupied as a ckwk and mantilla
n anufscteiry, by Muai Euxa Dvms. The In
Jury to the etoek by fire and water onmbined amoeinte
to aleut $1.000 fully Inaurcd In th Fu-eman'a In
surence Company of Brooklyn. The building belongs
to tbe Browne estate. It lauU known bow tbe firs
orlglaated. Wa. K. Corsia, of Engine No. II, anl
I'stt J. Daartxr, of No. 10, were tint in the build
ing, and contributed mainly to the extinguishment
of the flames,
Tiir Amount or Taxes to be Lrvird id
Klitaa CoORTT. Die B iard of Supenlsors held
aiegtilarmMtbigytflterdsyafteruoon, et which re
ports of dlffereut Comadttcet touching the financee
of tlie County, were preeeut, el. Among the docu
Dients wat one from the 8tate Comptroller, stating
that tii acgregat va'uatJon of property la Kings
Couuty, we $104 IfBtOl, upon wblob um a State
lev ol t Jim 1SS 8 la to be levied for the current tear,
if which $TS 121 09 la for erhool tiurpoeee 1 $45.14
,5 for tbe canals, and $UT 3J1 fit for general pur.
posea. A reeulutlon wsi adapted a portbinlng th
same ution tba several War la aud towua af theCoua-
nve her lame aa Mttv Tratrtm. She ires commit-
teirorexamlnatlim. The bouse of Mr. Bonn, In
Munroe Place, K. D , was enteted shortly beforr,and
nut clothing taken. It Is aund that aha I th
tarn perron who intend thai house, and that her
plundor was given to an accomplice.
CArrpRR or A Fooiiivr. riortot.tn. Jamb
Matu,the burglar whoeecaprd from the cell of the
Fifth Precinct Button on Sunday, tb itd of October,
wacraptuied yesterday after oon. In Nsw York, by
(fhcer Lsviavu-LB, of tlie Flth Precinct, bttnaa
waa arrested for committing a burglary la a house In
Ross street, E. U, and sea ctught with aome of the
tto'en projierty tn bl poascwilon.
A( t irt M Tuesdsy afternoon, Mr. Pavid
rrai'V, a di rk band on the Rastexelt street ferry boat
Neb aeVa, bad on of hi Bhotildere broken by the
suitdin trapping of lb chain with which he waa
fastening th boat.
riwuilniK noMicinr. About 11 o'clock, on
WcdteaCsy night, the Inmate of a tenement hoiise
In Neaaik Avenue, near tdsith 0th itrtst, were
arouwd by braring a heavy falllu tb haliaay below.
I jion going down toaecettaln tbe canse,they found a
ttmnel man, netted Jaiias Scluvan, lylnir Inaeurl-
ble In a prol of blood. Dra. Sbnobbumo aud Qrinoa
were called In, and upon examination, found eight
knife woui da upon the body and head. Two of the
wouida were in tb region of tie heart, one of which
I supnracd to have penetrated the lungs, and 'will
probably (rove fatal. As fsr sa can be aaoeitiuned,
thelnjurid man and a negro named Elijah Jonss,
were on Intimate terms with a white girl who was in
tbs t tlt of resorting to tho tenement house known
as "Dutch How."
The two n en bsppenod te mret there on Wednes
day night, ei d breams engaged la a ouarrrl In lefor-
ence to the girl, who was aleo reaeut. They after
wards met In the street, wheu the quarrel was re
sumed and a dee prrate fight took placs, during which
St 11 jv in received the e'ahe. Tbe 4ore man.
Jacaa, reads I la escape, leaving behind bis bat, and
it is supposed bad gone on board a cnasHtur schooner
lying at Brooklyn, uren whioh he is omploybd. A
warrant wa laamd lor hts arrest, yesterday, and
officer weie In pursuit of htm.
Coroner Mosaia ptooeed.il to lake Sri uvea's de
posltloo, but f Mind him In too critical a condition
lor that purrore.
FFRiora AcnrrJtvr. Tttterday forenoon, at
Muxs MoCaavtN and II. M. Taai-naon were drt ring
alotg tie Street of Newsik, the'r vehlc'e cam In
oollb-hn with tin ther, by which tbey were thrown
villi ttly to tlie vemrnt. Mr. Mi Cams' hea.1
struck tb cuib, aodlt wa rrKirted that his skull
bad Uen fractured. Mr, Tseruaoxn was bat
Fatal Arcinrjrr at tiir Ttsasu About
6 o'clock yeeterdsy motnlng, a man named Miotiam.
Sou ivaa, nbiloyed at llergen tunnel, wae dasoend
Ing the ladder In shaft No. T, wben be accldentsily
fed upon MiruAsi. Watan, who was at thaliottoa of
tne iKhier. m ta men leu to sue Bottom oa some
loose roeke. Wsxsa revolved Injuriea which caused
his desth a few houra afterwsrda. BinxivaM xraaalso
bsdly Injured. Cotoner MoaaiL held an Inquest yee
terdsy afternoon, and a verdict of accidental death
ArjuCRMMR.iT or thi Court.-The Octo
ber Term of the Uudena County Couit was bmngM
U a conclusion on Wednesday evenirg. Th last
case tried was thst of Osoaot J err air, charged
with attempted raie upon a little airl nam-d
Faasrxa SaantsHoe, end resulted In hi conviction
for SMaull and battery. Judge Oooaa fined him $$
Tbe Court cf Common Plea Is In seselan. for the
parpcee of grantlrg naturalisation ieira.
For Legal HeporU, 6to., tnt TMrd Fairs.
1 r'?yJ!lf.rwII'',"--A lperlItea.
!. of th NEW YORK I.IQl OR DEALERS' SOCIH
J I, will I held at the Mrfronolltan Rooms. No. 100)
Ib-rter street, on FRIDAY EtilNlNoNovti flM, a
'J.0 c,S.k.- 't ' hoped that every member e? the; 80
ciitywiliheereOTnt.aa builneM of treat Importaaoa
will be submitted for their ait Ion. Kr order of
P. W. ENIIR, Prealdent,
r, . T.i-r, A. M.MAT1IEV1 8, Vie President.
O. A. BATZ, Recording Secretary. uSKU'lDI
Dr. Whtrr Dalmas ef tvlld Cherry.
Thlaapiirond, pprrrlated, and well-known remedy
Is tbe U i one extant for tlie asfe, mire, rapid, and prr
manint cure of Colons, Col 1. IIbohoiii na, Caocr
WniM,rlNU t'l nil, AsviiuA, 1Ilbuii0 at 1Mb Lcieoaa
Bona Tiiboat, HoAKaRNrss and every form of Pciwia
ARV Avrsinioa and Coaat'MrrioN. Witnea tlie
tbeuesiida who. when other remedies failed, round re
lief and eur in thl.
'I here sre worth!,- counterfeit. Pnrvhsae enlr
thst prrpsred by 8. W, FlIW LK A CO, lloaton, whose
printed name Is on the outer wrenm-i-.
Hold In New York lie IIARNKS PARK, F.fJ,
UM.I8A.ll), HMiKMS a- CO. Ht'lllErFELlM.
llKOIIIlKS AlmMcKIJfSoN A R( llllll.Ns, aud b
dnitslrte and dealers everywhere, la city aud country.
Ktanarllcat I'Mrrprlw lathe Ilnll of Mo-
troiMilltan (lanten, In UOth street near ltd sxenim.
Priarhlus st 1IIH o'llork, A. M, and Union Fraerr
Mettluiatio'cloik P. M every Suudsy. oilVl'Urt
Notice te those Afflicted with Hcrofulea
Dr. KENNFDY, (Proerlitor of Kennedy' Medical
1 onion, an.
ton rt, entrance tlrrt door la Houilou street, durlaT
Dbcevrril.of Roxhury, Mum will be at but onion, ua-
aer tne ruintnAuiau luuae, cor. nroaawar ana
Tbe members and honorary members ot tht
t'nited Btatee Knglue Company No. SS, yesterday, at
tended b a body, tbe funeral of a late member, Darro
I consequence of the high wlad which pre
valli d during tbe for-uionn of jeatenlay, the Inflating
of the "Cdy of New York," was not coumenstd until
oue o'clock, and then only continued about an hour.
The whole amount now paased la U 70.400 cublo fset
Duilng tbt wind jet-dy morning, the netting In
one p'ace broke with th strain of a 400 pound aand
bag, which bad tetn careleady hung on lt. Th In
Jury wu Immediately repaired and prccau'lont taken
to prevent another almllar cocurreno. A largt lot of
furt, blankets, India rubber ckthirg, ets., which
will be taken along with the to) agera ha now beea
bung on a fine mar the Utile oalorio engine. The
number of viaitort U about tao thousand per diem.
The ateanikhtp Yorktown, ot the Sew York
and Virginia nteamaMp Comptny't Una, baa been
hauled off, aud win takt tU place of the Quaker City
lth Usraua and tttw Oriaaaa line, leaving on th
1st Ward ,.. $10 WH.J4 Uth " ,.,,' 54180.57
d " .... U.neMSi lith u .... .J8J9
Sd " .... JI6S984 18th " .... lT.Sln.ll
4th " ..., ll.7H9.rs H-b " ,... ft Sift 84
bth " .... So4iS8llth " .... S93S89
0th " .... ST.(I4T( lth " ,,,, 4.SO4S0
1th " . . 870 70 17th " ,,,, fitSSSS
blh'" .... 8lT811.th .... 4f.Jl.lJ
Oth " ,,,. lSSSV4 1th " .... T.SOOJIO
KUl " .... SI 040.87
New VticchL $I2BS0
Newlt 3.8.1S 01
Oiavraend. 1 H.7!
tl,a rtr.t vMkiifni.rr month.
All that are troubled with SCROFl'Ll are reipieit-
ed to call.
All that are trouble with SALT RI1E11I, ar re-
Suiatod to call.
are troublid with ERVSimLAS, ar rer
nneetid to calU
All that are troibled with CANKER, ar requested
All that are troubled with NVRSINO BORE MOUTH.
sre requeeted to call.
All that are troubled with SCALD HBeVD are re
quested to call.
All Ibat are troubled Ith RI.VJ WORM, are request-
ed to rail.
All that are troubled with HUMORS la Ihe eye, a4
film grown oxer the slrht are ri-iuestra to call,
All that are troubled with RIN.NINU OF TUaf
EARS, are reouerted to call.
All that are troubled with FEVER BORES, ar rs
All that are troubli-d with PIMPLES on the fsee, are
requested to call.
All that ar troubled x. Ith ULCERATED SORB
1.1X18. are requested to call.
A perfect cure I warranted In every ease, except
whtu tb boor rs dlsesaed. Ad vlo in all eases srstU.
1st. Krnnedy, Prerrleler ef Kelra
Medical DiseoTery, will ba at hi omoa, under thj
Hraithsonlau House, entrance on lloustri et frota the
1st to th Ith Inst. All that ar eluicted !U 8oranata
Salt Rbeuin, Scald Head. Errslrelaa, Canae, Klae
worm. Scurvey, I'lcorated Sore Less, or any dlaeaa eg
skin, are respectively Invited te oaU. Ad lea tratl.
JAMES O. COOPKB,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS,
MCW YORK SUM OPTIC.
Brtrat V Ow.r tniaattahle Cwhaaahlaat laaaa
Dye Price 00 ecnta The euly true aad natural ewe ha
M Dree trey hair ta a beautiful II LACK ac
BROWN. For-etle, wholesale or n4alb aTtaelsaasB.
tactory, U 8 so lb Second st Wllllsmsbnrtja, sit ratal
Itseoluttona wert adcjittd determlnlnfj th sum of
$310.0 0, st ncceaaary to defray the eaxbnary ami
oontlrgunt expenae of the Clounty, ami dlrioting
ttat tbo Bam ls levied t 6il.MTl fir luterest on
public dobt 1 $'40.tt$ S doBray Inttalmsnt'
which xvUl brcooi due on the pubic debt during the
jesr 1 $ISJ.4T, for aalariee, public eohoole, aud gen
eral pvrpotea, $11 BW for Fir Deptitmr 1 1 $10U0t)
for llgUiog atreet 1 $I1.S0 for olea-e. streets!
$l6.U0for sewersge, Ac Pbr lecal rtneu of
tlttbusb, $1W00 new '.lota, $104 54) F.atUada,
The foiluwuig are the rats of tttatlra In the
Oounty ot Kings, for the yt ar 1ST, at prtacntei In
a ec mmunlcatiosi to lb Board 1
Average fortte whole County .1.I.M8
ti 11 city of BrorUyn s. 1.141
u uUUCItiofWiliUmabunrh.... .V-4.1
Th Coaimltte on US Penltennarv rerjocted that
the total expenditure for the penitentiary, during
I trs Bart
CUTTINO TCETTt, OK TUB BOWELS OUT OF
ORDER f You may safely resort to thst old and well
tried remedy, Mra. Wlnslow's BOOTHINa SYRIT.
Tboussads of mothers throughout the land Vtank Mrs.
Wlnslow for ler lnvalusble remedy, eud for the com
fortable ntf bt's rest they are enabled to enjoy by the
us ef her medicine. Oue trial will convince you.
Prlcs only S3 cents per bottle.
Humors or Dottucs or Mrs. Wcaxow 'a
Soothing Syrup sre new used every year In the United
Btatee for children teelhtng.wltb never falling success
Belief is laaanuTt and can Am.
Mrs. W ikslow's Soothiro Sraor u Sorb
to regulate the bowel.
Orders ark Comwo m Evr-ar Day from
Druggbts In all parts cfth country. "Send nit more
of Mrs. Wiaaiow'a Soothing Srup.
Mat. Wissujw'a SooTurjio Sntor, to rr
appreelated, must he used I and after It hu been used,
It Is sure to be appreciated.
Bold by all Druiglsts and at the office, 13 Cedar street
SO cents per bottle,
SlJIURk'S 8EWINO MACIIIRRa.
tie. t Sewing Machine $100
IN. 1 Sewing Msehlae
Tbe Family Sewing Machine-A $R
The Family Bet bag Machine .....30
Hemming Guaiee., tl
L M. SlNOFJt CO., 400 Broadway, S. Y.
ISO Fulton t. Si eoklrn.
ITaktrt Birch art Brothii
Are Agents for
at Rrtntaa, Piaa.
l.Vb AsaemMr District.
Demoeratie Republican Nomination,
G EORG E W. A RUN. a4 4lflM
Idlh WardThe ladepeadewt Tatere ag
the shove Ward will meet at llibernla Hall, Prlnee st,
bet Mutt and Mulberry sis, this evening, at half-past,
t o clock, to bear speecbee from several eminent speak
er, and also that they mar Interrosate tbe eaadMate,
Mr.JOII.N COMMKKKDKD, in relation le theotfect
be nuy have In view in preaentlut bluaelf for that
M.I,L,n I. nnrM.nl th ttixttl AasMnble Distrlet !
th Islslatur of this Mtate. By order, F. U.THUK-
Ell, Chairman. F, M. SM ITIL Siie'y.
Nth Aaaembly DUtrtet,
Ith, Uth and lith Wards.
ltusular lirraorratle Nomlnstloa.
For Membtrnf AsMi-mbli,
JOHN J. BEILLY, nlSIs'U
t'andldule far the Elevoalh Awteaihly Dte
Cl MM1NQ8 IL Tl CKF.R. al 41103
KnraAtrrt or Oil Cloth at Hair Price
10,000 rards Iorrsln Ci rpHs ISc, STtu. euu, CO eents
per ysrd 1 Brussels Tdc, Velxet CsiprU a L Ruga,
BfAts-R? , Winilns RhaAs. nib-4- uA ttllnis Am.
ttf)WOVig Aug, U, wra tT,gfa, Xt rtoa Brorf etulfMtertUn
WUllnm K. Uoblnaon, JKewber af .
qy, from tbe WHb Want, lltn Aasemniy luatrlet Uie
friends moet In Mas Meeting, this IFrllay) rveiat.
at the Hudson Exiliaut. loruer of doth street ami
Tenth Ave. totuorrow (Sararda) evealua, at Mltlr
nisu's Hall, corner of 'Mth stre, t anl Scteutk Ave.
Hon. Fernando Wood will positively be Brasm.1. and,
with Mr. Robinson aud othsrs, will addrisai taemeet
Feartl Srsaletln) Dbslrl-t,
Comprising the 1st, Sd. Id. 4tb, Mb, tt' . Mb, 6th, tnd
Democrat lo Republleaa l'.efntar Noadnstloo.
4ih AlrTsrmaele rthsitlct, oeesrrtsxaa- awr.
tlous cf the ta. lea. luia. ISlh Ward.Taa
mewiswraofthsDemoxratleSWpublloaa useelatlea of
the fourth Aldannauio il'trlct are requested UaJ
tendst I L'RVEA'S.eor Catharine st and East Bros
way." KRIDAV &tNlNO, at TM e'cJoek. SAMU
EL b. I'OSltB, 1'realds.nt. tl O. alEEFE. OFaJaOIS
BKrJStrit, Jline.i-11 xievj Jvnt. "EV.f,V'i,.s
'ix. v K rreaioaMies. x.ne lenis.
ill UlNNOtt, UBAJIUitl
JAMI8 SPENCER. Ul'OH
McOANN. dOBEFU MATflUC
TKramtar TCataa Meaalaartea ttekTaisaale
Distrtot, (loth lith, 1Mb snd lItU Ward.) For Sowar
tort ailPii WIH BtWWttrV Htrtlr