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THB NEW YORK 8UN
SATURDAY UOKKIKO, NOV. It, W
Vba Hauls V.eaeele.
Tnt war, prvUb'y, e4 "" ,h? ??
tWrty lo IblrtTBr tboaend parson U Ml
tw aoJo. lb We1lT fmnehln who did
no! t Uli !" ToM,U' Uu Th Bom'
, v aHf' from voting wart sufficient
til issssti tlf " "" tf tb election, not
get b tb dtr, al la lb StaU and yet. It It
galnrerricJMlna or or ration ana rxp
rloc,tbt thoaswhodo not v themselves
of tbeif lMtorI fight r gnrU tb greatest
grnmUsn bot bad gOTernment anil th cor
rupt pmtrees tf foutlcUn.
if Mid; ikr - k io th pon,ihy
-will aeoM themselves r "J1" th,t hl
hiatal! lathe sooctas of any of th catidl
dai,ud lt thy eoncladad their TOtts would
sot sftd tb result, lint their xcuts will not
ttsnd tb tost ot doty-. It U th duty of vrr
ddtea to U Ms prtrilag and whsJevM
poar b jaaaaun to j smot his own welfare,
and lb, eoma good. Through tha llstlt
Mat and -dlflatwa't tf th Terr man who cm
best afford to U Jod.yatd.nt la political mat
ters, tb city and Slat an iurrnJered to tin
control of Incompetent or dUhooest rol.rs.
They call for twtter Uws, ad tot mora f-thfij
ad-lnUlmtere of U. 1, nd yet they will
not tores'-afro- their ordlnarr rocttl.rai
for grew hours of on day In thayaar to labor
for tka electron of competent legislators and up
right Jadgs tad n-gistrite.
Bat what aa oalcrr wouU ba mired wara It
propoW to franch all who rolootsrly b
ant tbtmsslre from tha rUi on election diy T
Kooa woo' J b louder la tbolr denunciation of
tb rropoattlon than thoat who rawly rot a
cart wbaa Pmi-nt of tha L'nlted 8 lata U to
Wcboera. All - old fogta, foeafl Whig, and
canUrraaa whs conmlt thetx aaa andeouvo
nfeact. wa!d ba stirred to Indignation by any
maramut intended to deprir tbm of thair
right of suing. Wbr, tben, do thay not thow
that tbay ralaa this light by axercWng It la tha
caj tf gocd EOTarnmantf They raally do
bold b Heir hands tb balaacoof aowar beCwMO
tb otranliad rartl, and If thay wara aa ta'
cu b tba dlacbarg of their public dutlaa u thay
art U lb car of their priratt lnterwta, they
iraald axart an trnnana Inflorac upon tb pol
itic and (OTarnawnt of th country.
Bat tbar la anolbtt claa who Jh"! their
right af aafrag It olati who think they
eocVtUb coaxed or bribed to Tot. U large
rhtea tbl cUaa la Dnmarooi. They will not go
to tb polla nnleai they r tempteJ by prom-
tata,orrriraagrataiiy. y regard aaeir
rota ai a thin U be bargained tor, and they
an latajy difgntted If no oca offeri them a
eonaUaratioa tot Ihtit ropport of one or other
f tba canlUataa. V hare area heard of man
going away from tha polla without rotlng, b
raoj tber foond no ona to offer them a bribe.
Soch Ihlngf art a dUgrao U a fre eommnnlly,
aid It la tha dny of tha preas to expos and
Tn Nral Majarallr.
Tanlabctof tha nxtMayoraltr (Dgagei
tba attaatlon of ai oar city otemporariei. 1 1
U Mt Uat ft li otha utmost Importanc to th
good name and general welfare of tba city that
aa iprlgkt and capabl man tbould be elected lU
Chief Hagbtrat, bat party feeling ran to high
that tbar la Utile proept ct of affecting inch a
combiaetioa. aa wouli naar th tleetion of any
non-partiaaa eandidat. Tba beat policy, tbar.
fore, would eeem U bo to chooaa ai a cindidat
aome ona whoa political lympathlea are th
aaM u tboee of the great majority of our clti
tana, but w boa character for probity U beyond
The TVAma, however, apeablog on behalf of
tba BepubUcasa, claim that aa It party want
tw jean age with the indepeadent Democrat
for tb election of Mayor Tlemann, the Demo
crat abould now generously reciprocate by sup
porting a He publican for Mayor. U consequently
propose Buhoh DaArrn aa "tha Keform Can
ildete" fur llayor of our city. As regardt
energy tad capicity Mr. Drateb It unobjecllon
able, but hi political antecedents are of toe
marked a character to warrant th hojthatht
could draw to his support enough democratic
TOiert to abet him.
Tha Maw York Mate Kleetlea.
W bar redered i nt rry few additional re
turn from tha State In regard to tha result of tha
recent election, but th complexion of tfUra
bai somewhat changed since 1 hurtday, and now
would teem to indicate th (lection of Lxavxi-
omiii, as Secretary of State, by a small ma.
Jority. Tb result la not, OYen yet, place J beyond
doubt, and we may be obliged to wait for th
official id ami to determine.
The Ttae for njsneath Chirr h.
I common with nine-tenths of all who bare
eon tb array of plans for the proposed new Ply-
mouia unurcn, we must express a most unquali
fied dJtaent from the cholc 1111J by the Trus
tees. Vary far plans In the whole coUectlon
present to many and so grave defects. The
modifications announced u to ba made will be
needed-all of them and whan maj little will
U left save a piece of patch arork. Th princi
pal front, which conalsts of two towers some
what in the form of that at the New York Tost
Offioe, connected byanarcale, will be modiSed
to giv it more comeliness but what modifica
tion can add "the line of beiuty"t the Jum
Uod masa of common brick buiUl'nrs whlsh ?
pear on th Bamsen street front and on either
id, we are at a loss to determine.
The nngalnlinasa la appearance li hnar.
tha least serious of tb many objection. Th
aid walla leet uron brick plan wblcb are en
tirely Insufficient for proper support, and pr
entaa tttnx.uU great weakness. Tbay,
J" "A U modified. Tb bulldiu 1 brouit
Ufkaaxtrtm aid Unit of th ground, as that
tba interior depend tjt light upon wlnlowe
Which th owner of lb adjolnli g lot may, at hi
pleasure, abut np entirely. ThU, of course, must
be modified, and so, too, mutt b tb projection
f tba ear- trough two or three feet beyond th
boundary lie of tb land. Finally, w hare a
roof, ebjectlonabl In form bocais of its many
perUaud grades and, batog without sufficient
tit beaaaa, altogttber Impracticable la execution.
Tblf , too, Is to ba modified.
P InahUwebavea targe of eolumua right la
tbt f saakar Vi l aUctut room only 13 f.et
WJV Ua girder which they support resting
mmartisfoly over openings in lb walla j and a
abolr anaa la tb aucltotiam, which Is fteioie the
peaker. Tni,'wlih otbar arrangemen's, will
ala rib- modiflcatUu. In rlear of audi pal -
fabe diaaota, w cannot avoid th conclusion
that DuT whoi plan U bat a baJta U "mod
ifeaHmt," and that Itaeelactlonb greatly lob
Tba aeeond prlz plat by " Ferifa" bows
a prUclpal elevation la tb Italian style, with
twin towers oa ettbtr aide, connected by aa ar
adebeUw aad aportloo above -tbe Corinthian
batog adopted. The effect it pleasing.
T?".,r,BSwn ineladu aa elliptical
!i?JU'rt,m' Tb d,,l generally
- KST1 $ Uttt rrtl!,ur cilenc -
SLI!--- "of of
iitriirf. a ; spnencai and aeml
iC -i.i ? ni ttbtnt In character.
Tb. third prlt plan-by klimpUev
,md.0armoMib, aa a wbela, wethlnk,
beetCf-at fcwteleWed f re.ard. c
LI . "k
talit hr tbo (Nut-sitlM i woaWt ar a pla-
raywte,e lcat, over U otbeta U eompaO
tba; Tha exterior ftee a chsr.e at oatt Aat-
rfUWld tWMTgi T"T to swenur neua a Dght I
aaTigl aaaearaao. The I oof It somewhat I
Wanr.atV ustets eot ot icuriur apaoe, auo
a of tha minor anangamants cuull uim
efred'kaltraUoa ba aUil, oar mlad, tt
T at Inaiaad of tba third lit-.
. T teKtb prlta pkn-by1 Fatarr U sot
' aauaea te reei " "ri"-
Mtii Uasvai. net to atw coo-
Kit, aad LMmyMenloaiWWIMT
i r -- : 1 .-.. . .. -. . .
arrneinent. To lie no rlly more than to Ita
Ininnstc merit Is it, probably, Indebted for a place
In the prise I 'at.
Three other nlentboe known tl "Jus la
time," "leetah LIV(ll.,"aod "Komanjg!"
were inciitieoia ine oncinai aeieeuaaoi
teven best. That of laalab LIVill was etolod
d for exr ecdlng the limit la tb estimate of ex
pense. The design la ehowy, aad the lrape
tlve of the exterior are arlWIoally wrought, but
It 1 reient more th appearance of a coetle 'catha
a ii,..jn.ii l.nll.llnir as was called for. It
prinetpal feature la a bUb tower la tU Iyxn
tlne atyle, and Ira great defect la aid wails built
lit tboe of Domos on tl boundary lice.
'Jat la time" la a sketchy artistic drawing but
wlihnut anv nartlcular tfchltcctural character.
The anditotiam la oval In shape, ttr a flat wall
back of lb platform, and preseoU a pleaeirg ap
pearance. "KomsntS .11 ' pves us front with
rttrcf towen not nnl.k that of tb law City
Hall, atdapertrel asrtarano not remarkable
ftt beauty. Its circular stab-tare no small de
merit aucb thlrgs should nr U introduced
In a public bulldlrg.
Of the temalnlii.-j pans In lb Dmtmlltlon,
these meat woithv rf aMenllon, ri "A'o ao
l yomW. a bold and cbaracteils'la exte
rior t red brick, with stone drUfti, lb draw
Ires of which r much studieJ and well axtca
ted 1 "Sum Ckjh" t anerUy well arranged
plan Itb a pleasing faftda, ".Stir ( TriMgU
rot much archive torai character but a good In
terior airangemant, and "Ettnki" fair design
la many particulars.
Two plana are exhibited which were presented
after the award was made. On by Mr. Nash,
of Wliconsln. U much In tb ttyle of the present
Cborch, quite plain and simple and Inexpen
sive, and attracting tome nttice on these ac
counts. Th other, by Mf Aimfe, of Kw
York fon a bslf seal aa to site of drawlngn) U
in the Ita'tan ttyle, with a spire, tha baa of
which forma an arcade, projecting over the aide
walk. Ita neat appearance and excellent inter
ralarrancemant attracted much general atten
tion, while the skill displayed In working out
detail, elicited special commendation from pro
fesiional architect. Had it been in competition
It must bar taken one of the priiea.
Helzaie of Allseed Waver.
There was considerable txdtement at th
Vntted State Attorney General oflioe, yeeterdaj
mornlrf, caused by the arrival ot th United State
roaa-of war PuiUinmith, bringing with her tie ship
Emily, an a'lrged alavir, which had been aeUed at
DlackFutnoutbaooaitof Africa, on tha 1Mb of
September laU. It appeara that tha foully was near
Black riant, and on the arrival of the PorUmouth aba
attentl te leave, but was stripped and overhauled.
I Her cargo was round to cveft or rloe, rum, dniga
sugar ai d Immema aumtxr cr water caaka, and tome
IS 040 feet of lumber.
Tb Easily was oonmanded by William Liirmir,
maetar, aud aha had on board two ieaen(en and a
enw of nine men. The vessel and crew wire brought
to this port, and on tha vage here ona of th men
ot tb Emily Is sa'd to Lavs state J that u they had
tot been trlnd, a cargo of slaves would have been
taken In that night. The Emily la a veaeel of 800
tone burthen, and cleared from this poitfor Ambrtsa,
and a market enibraciog the whole octet ef Africa
from Car lpca to th Cap of Oood Ilepe, Illaok
rotaL Where aba was seised la aald to be much fre
quented by alave tiedera. The fact of the case bav
beou laid Ufor the I'M ted States authorttloa, who
an moving la tha matter, and think they have before
them a clear ca-e. Tha commander of the P-irts
mouth haa transmitted tha report of bla arrival to tha
Navy IVpaitmant at Washington, and awaits Us In
structions aa to the final disposition of th captured
Mere About the Icumrslty ef Uerrlt fjathh.
A gentleman who raw aad conversed with
Qraarr Smith abortly after the affair at liar
par's Ferry, asyt the Albany Argvi of the lltb.
told nt that be was Insane not merely excited
by fear and igltated by the emoMons, which bis
c mpllcl y In the affair might produce, but r en
tail y deranged. Ilia eye was wild, and bis ap
ptaancliaagard, and bit mo'.lons spasmodic
ar.d sncvrtaiD, but unceasingly restlcsa.
Ha was in constant fear of belntr arrested and
carried to Virginia, and suspected bit friend ef
an inienuon to uairay niui into ine nanoa or
justice. When the cruel electioneering hoax
was circulated that Governor Wtex had (stood a
requbltlon upon joernor Moroaw for him a a
fugitir from Justice, he teems to have become
to fianttctbat lib Moods taw no other hop than
to tend blm to an sj lum.
V make aa extract from a private latter up
on this tubjec, which givet tome partlculara of
thla tad end of a well-meant but misdirected
career, fatal In It consequence alike to him, and
to all with whom balnvolredLahUfanatlcUmti
I'nca, Novembers, 1SS0.
"Mt Daaa Sis i Gaaart Surra waa brought to our
Asylum yesterday, aud la quite dmanged, Intellec
tually hU aa morally aul he la also feeble phy
sically, lie refuaed to take an anodyne, alleging
that tbey only wanted to put htm to aleep for the
ur)j(e in iwiuw mm vpuq isama; Dim so Vir
ginia. When Informed that b must take it, volun
tarily or try ooropu'elon, ba opened tba door and
screamed, (Into tb hall) I protest I' he then took
Dates from Havana to tb 2d Inst, hart been
Th number of vtstel la pott on tbt t th wal
The BpaLlsh war etramir Petronl'a knlvad ai
Davana on toe If, from Vert Crux.
7?ie Vittrto it l Uarina estimates ft stock of
tuaar on band, U4waen Uavina and alatantaa, at
lUMOboxf. Th ataUnta market,hk that of
Havana, oonlinuiddulU Kiporlt during the w.ek
ending the XMh, IIS boxes. Th demand for mo
laeaea hid also fallen iff, and In freights than waa
The llavara tXarta announces the arrival, on tha
night of the (1st, of two amacka from Key Weat,
with 15 000 freah Bah, Imported under the new de.
cr.e. Th new maikstia for the preaent at Case
Illanca, on th other aid of the bey, th new one la
the city not jet being eomjikte. Tne wholest'e plce
waa Bud at iU and half a pound. The filario
ooneiderath event of aufflcieut ImpoiUoce to de
eeive a eolumn editorial on the breaking up ot the
The Oaetta ftvee epecUl official notice that no
vraael will be admitted, to clcarenoe from the port ot
Iltvana, afierthe lt lst-, UU the captain or ooa
Blgnee ha ful y satiifl.d her registry and tonnage
dura. From tMa rule only at eiorptcd tha rrgular
mstl ateameia, and tbat on condition that the
pat meat of those duee bemads between trips.
The Mate-tea aul Cardonea papers ret. .Ice over
very aeceial and I'leiteoue ralaa In that part
of the laland, very opportunely for tha growing
cai-e orop, wnica
I repreeeiited to be very prom.
Texe It at.
Thar appears to bo no change tn th health of
uaiveaton in epidemic tun prevailing.
From tbe A'evs of the 1st Inst., ve tak tie
following i A private letter, date! Bne-trland.
Fort Hand countr, Oe ober S8tb, ttva, tbat two
fatal caaea of valljw favar have takan tilanA In
tbe family of Mr. DcuLevr, In that ImmedlaU
neighbor hwd. Mr. 1). hat loat bU wife and
eldest dengbter, and every member of hla family,
rlx la all, wen down wl sickness of the same
type, which la aald to bav been communicated
through visitor from Houston.
We learn from the Brownivllle Flat, that
act, etrlout tronb'e was apprehended from
tbe.lodlanp, wh had attacked th rancboe
about Laredo and Ka4le rear, and extended
Apart t t places ery near th ea coast
mucli nearer than thay have ventured for
I many years. In on of thalr iteurtlont thay
ven nred within twenty mile ot th Corpus
Chiistl mall tout, Bant Gertrudes, and drove
off seventeen bones. The laree ranchne of Cant.
Kuio, Mr. BriUMtu and Mesara. llata and
1'aiikrr are regarded as exposed to Immediate
dancer, la one of tbe fort) t near Larelo, (ev
en aliepherda wan killed, and in all a large num
ber of cattle were driven off. The people bad
enrolled themselves Into a volunteer jmpny,
and gone in pursuit of tho marauders. One of
th parties, numbering eighteen la all, was led
by a white insn. The Indianola Courur, of the
2Vth Lit., nolloet th death of Mr. KiciUad
IMosaoban aod wife, and J, L. Uaar, of yel
lew fever. Th former bad com from New York
o Few Orlean r tea, and remained the e ar-
daya ufore ombarklng for Indianola, via lial-
eston. Tbay arrived sick of yello fever. Mr,
ddnAOHaa died onTuaidar. and hla wife the
Howi by Tlep:ap
MlgtU Ttl r OJUee, Kt. U r0 trast, and
Altrr Uttm, rnata swlraaea.
Later free Mexico.
AWOtans, A'or. 11. AdricM from Templet
of the 1st November, teosi red ken toslay,etste that
Gan. Maaueaa, of tbe Miaeitoa tlovnuuut forces,
after heldluar a eounall of war, had determined to
evaoust Ouadalajara and rt treat
WatimsUn, A'or.ll Th Secretary of Stat
baa aipoiad Oolgtiei W. U Bow, of Virginia, as
louruero Agent of th lolled Stats el Meorovla,
Aioni i Ooanee hi been leeegnlaeel bytirre.
Ident aa Cooaul neutral fur th Ktngdeoa of Ilaoo
vr la Mew York.
H'aaaaaofoit, Now. 11 It tni tbaegbt Uat
ught, thatnVuatnr Docouaa waa reeov y freoa
MUdrt-bUbMa fever, but Wag be at asugar-
. yiUM. tax, la hare at the tUttootl IMoI.
A Marderer Ilaa.
' Bt. Lovia. Van tt v. VST .o
S f ? la tb sjrett U Ji
t . . . - - - .w- (a
siceiere ef C'eeb awd Other IaMarrre Jselaia.
Vharlnltvm A'ov. 11. When tbe iiM
m brought out for eentet.ee, tli aegroe V "
and (lanK drc'lntd to say anjthlo-. Ooo r and
tmrrra buU addnseed the Couri, denying that they
tedanyenowledceof Baown'tlnttnlioB toaelsethe
ferry until the Boaday prevloua, wlieu tney wer
ca'Jtd upon to tak in oath .of obedkmoe to their
c.mtraiHjr. They evpeeted to b punlahad, but did
not think they ahmi-ll bung
llitun will n4 ba tried uatll tb Hay term of th
The aerme are to be hung on th morning of th
ltth, and th whites during th afternoon of th
AVw (Meant, Sot. 1 L Th steamship Ten
newee, from Vera Cmi on tbe Sin Inst, ha arrived
bi re. She brings 110.000 In aparte.
Th bark Rapid, free New York, bed arrived at
Vera Cms. A aevere northerly gale, of ten days du
ration, bad detained anasy veaeele.
The Liberal expedition against Tehuaoan. 'Ortaaba
aod Coidova. proved a disastrous failure, Oen. Maoia
ratreatlog wlUxrut Srleg a in, losing MO men, who
were taken priaonerai a ol ooo maaketa and ltean
txm, which Oen. Muen m captured irttbuut killing a
Clan. Manama had proonuneed for Sana Aawt,
after aeuing a oonductor with St.SOO 000 In epicU,
wftica am uoaerioos 10 uuil so Tepee. lie ap9TO-
Ctlated tOOO.OOO lo hlmaetr, and dstained tee reel at
uano Joato. The British and French ml alert had
cneigetlcal y proteated aaalsat thl tonduot.
OeneralMiaaaor,afBettbwWMof hit Cabi
net, with only four aids, bad left th Capital ostea
albly to collect tro , and pursue Mtaooaxa a a
traitor, but It waa feared that he waa really leagued
with blm. The Libera- wen greatly eooourged
Oer.eral Deomj-no had defeated A 1 mm, eantnr
log bla astiUery and entering Uuanaruato witi 6.000
Uenerel Wolv at Igro aod General DaooLLtoo
waa puehlng on to afeck him.
A p wtlon of the band of Ooamtis had attacked the
citv vt Rio Grande, milaclnc near I erenr bmiee.
It waa repotted that the two band of Ooniaa
numlared seven hundred wen.
The people of Rro nevEl wen In th greatest dla
trrea. A'l th mails were Interrupted by th outlaws,
as a una i aa nan ureateaea to Oratroytna town,
and cut off and murder all tbe ratnfotoementa that
bight l sent on to th relief U th trror-etrieka
Botlott, Sot. 11. Tbe rolling mills and rack
Its itrnin, con cted with the Fall Hirer Iroo Work,
at Fall Klver, were destroyed by fin thla morning.
The lose I estimated at p too, on which there la
Insuranoa onlv to the amount of tU OOO. which la
i dUtnbuted la the foUowtng Oore, namely i rira-
mena aiuiuai. rrovioenoa, uuwi nute ai usual,
Frov Idense, 4 0t)0 Urerpnol and Imdon, llMtia
agency, 14.000 1 Etna, liaiCord, 1.000. Frurn three
hundred to four hundred workmen an thrown out
of emjiloyment by tbla oa'amlty.
Tbe Lurlfer match factory of Brus Csaurroa
Co , In Charlratown, waa burnt loat eight, evthev
with all tha atoek. i about SS.000
! Tha iir Imn at tha Nashua end Lowell Kail-
read, located la Nashua, waa de.tro.i oynnt
morning. Lom$10 00O Insured s.0O0. I
Toronto. C. IK, Kot. 11. Tbe Eefonn Con
vention edjourned at norm to-day, after paaatng reao
lutlone, a most unanimously, declaring tbe existing
union beterten t oner and Lower Canada have iw.
aulted In a heavy ublla debt ! burdensome taxation I
also drolarlng for tba dlsdutlon of th present
union between Upper and Lower Canada, with local
overnmenW for taoh aeotloe, aod a eentral power
or dealing with metier effecting both aeotlooa.
A brut six hundred delegatee were In attendance.
Th Convention waa exceedingly hermonfciu.
HaMfar, AW. 11. Tbe Dsrmnda mail steam
er ba arrived hen. Th yellow fever waa raging at
Tha bark Antelope, from New York for Ilarbedoea,
waa wrecked on. Bermuda Reefs, Oct. IT. Cargo
mostly saved. Brigantlna Penguin, from New York,
arrlvod at Bermuda Oct. 88th.
The Maryland Election.
Bahmart, Kor. 11. It it announced tbat
Judge tar, of tha Orphan's Cjurt, who was on
Uth Ui American and Keform ttcktta, at tba re
cent election, baa written a letter to th Uoveraor,
declining loaooept bla ommlseion, on th ground
tiat tha tlectloa we eo vitiated by fore and fraud,
aa to afford no tet whatever of the (Mipular choloa.
Itrr fre Kaasas and Utah.
Jjtartnvorth, Nor. 11. Tbe Express from
Denver, 8d Inst, ha anlved, wltbthb ity-firtthou-saml
dolla'a in titeeura.
H D. Wiu-iaaa, delegate elect from Jeffemon, ha
also arrived I It la aald hie aeat I to be contested by
Lr. Wiime, forwhasail I alleged, that over two
thousand vote wen east, but were thrown out by
the canvaaetre. The election of Mr. 8 rear, for Gov
ernor la confirmed. The Leglelatun would meet on
the eaveiith Instant. The weather on the "'"
waa very fine.
The I tab maD of tha tl.l olt, haa alao reached
here. There la no news of Importance.
Faaartt'a majority for Iielegate from anaaa, will
pio'iably teach three thousand.
Tba Republicans have a majority In both branches
ot tbe Legislature.
Tba Blaaaatchaeaetu Ueiaer Agata Oae.
BotUm, Kot. 11(A. The fuU Bench of the Su
preme Court waa oooupiad a era! hour to day In
hearing arguments en a writ of Aaoea eorptis, t
liberate llcaaaAM, the State liquor at ant, from jail.
Judge Buaw will deliver tbe decMon at twelve to
moriow. BuaxaaH waa remanded to the Jail at the
dost of the hearing.
rhilaitlfhia, Nov, 10. Stocks steady.
situ nvee, ux I .
Bead-g K. . ltV t Morrla Canal.
a ivig uiana sw ss. svt I nun. su ast.
Baltimore, Kor 11. Floor steady. Wbtt
Una a't W.IM bush at tl lOal BO for white, and
Sl.tOallS for rod. Coin Utter yellow S3aMc
MmiiMt firm. Whisker 13c
'Oncfana.?, A'Ti W;-?0" K'it at firritr
ratr. Wheat quiet lid Lt8 I whits $1 If, Whis
key dull at 13c Pork atead at S I '.
iftbtlt, Nor. 10. Cotton unctnged I tl
ltOS balea middling at 10c
-nronnal AW. 10. Th nwl by th City of
Baltimore had no fleet on our cotton market ealaa
today Utt balea. Balea or tbe week 10 0 balae.
Beotlpta of tha week ILCOt bales, agalnat 10.000
balea Uat tear. Decreased receipts at thl port
11.8M bale. Stock In port 6M 0 J bales, rralarhta
to Uvtrpoul ,d. SlarUng exchange firm at 10 (a
Sight exchange en New York unci need.
Teroefo, A'ee. 11IA Flour steady. Wheat quiet
end scarce. Barley steady at lOaltc. Peaa, SOcta,.
OaU ateady at 17A c
CUcogo, Ifor IK. Flour dull and tending
downwards. Wheat quiet, and laDt lower aalea of
I OOO bush, at 680. from store, aad T.0OO buab., No. t,
atstc. On- aetlva. Oatt ateady. Kwelpte, 4.100
bb , Flour, 10.000 bush. Wheat, M.C00 bush. Corn,
(1 M0 buab Oats. Shipment 1 700 bbla. I'ljur,
S 000 bush. Wheat, I.TU0 bush. Com.
Siamui' CuxriiioM. At lOVdoik, A.M.,
jeeterday, the Conveation rt-opened with rallgtou
Cajitalan. A. Cnm announotd the p tin ful In
telligence of the loss of ths ahlp Charles Uolmia,
from Liverpool to MoUla, togather with all herorew;
alao a large steamer, w th upwards of four hundred
peteone, and a bark with alx of bar crew,
Kev. Dr. Miaou off-red up a prajsr for thefaml
llea f tha eeamen who wan loat.
Tba Rev. Ieoa La ia, Secretary Seamen's
Frlsnd Society, offered a eerlaa of rteoluttan re ona-
mending aba establishment of a general ,ehlp4rjg of
fice In New York, under certain rules and regula
tlona, the principal of which should b th non pay.
men! of advance! wage.
Bev. Drs. Loom aod Domaoa were appointed a
Commute to prepare a correct history of tae dotage
of tbe Convention, tha earns to be published la pam
A raar.lutlon,eipreos(ng an Interest la tbe eetab
hslmtct of eohoola to train boy for the profdon of
teaaen, an institution already begun la Boston, we
edetted, ecd the subject of eatab'.tahlng sujh a
tchcol In thla dty oonalderad. The ahlp Cramatheua
wa propt aed for thU purpose. A Committee wa
appointed to Inquire Into tha history of tha meve
enl In bet elf of eeamen, la thl and other oountrtee,
a report to bt mad al th ni I convention. A reeo
lutlon, expressing tbe Importanoe ef wall conducted
a ore' bearding houaea, la tb work of reforming
seamen, was adopted. A reeolutlon was adopted, for
ths com illation and continuation of a Begiatry b Jok,
tn hl all aeaman'a namaa aad places of birth
might be kept
A letter from Rtv. O Q. Bsmtso, pastor of th
Floating Bethel, containing Intimation a to th
progrtss of th work amongst Oennaa and Soandl
tla ataman, waa read and ordered to be filed'
Bev. V. D. Iltaaav, chalimaa of a cmmlttes ap
pointed to aa!rct ps-oaa to prepare a book of eongt
f the sea, or peOpu aauaio tor eeaioao, reported in
favor of a W. DawuTtw, C. J. Joaa IQ. W.
Frrrrr. Only eighteen person being present, th
(Ubjcct was deemed too Important to ba dlepoaod of
by eo aval! a ano-ber, and accordingly diapoaed fur
the preeenT Iter. 0. VY, Danisvoa than offered a
resolution roooaamendln; to th attantlon oft'
Mi aids of Uid write, Cbsmbara of Commerce,
aad ethers connected with eoramercUl affaire, the ap
pointment cf "suitable responsible lamlnera," to
lit and latua oartlfieata of th qnalitcattoa of
cttcere and are sa.
IA 'rrp di.usalon fuUowed, In wMnh sevsrel
otiiralna sxpnaaed Chtrnatlvr attonjrly la fevor of
aiicb mtraMiuti, allaaiug that it waa neoaatsryfor
tb pattia both of rOoar aad nau, la Bag
tend, ornate aad lata both, an examined not only
E rtgardto'asarusn-llks qualtfioattoos, but a to
ioj1 Maoiar. To reliloa wat adopted, aad
(ihrnel tubJeotrf.tlulOotuuJU on Song forth
svMirtait4iT. KaM,r, , sow, jf,
Ve , 8. M. raica, ef Richmond, A. McCor, of Or
lsn,andC.lI runasa, ot rrovUence, addod t
-(epierloualyaelected. This amendment baring
been mad th subject of th CmunttU, was ac
oepUd, A rteohitlon la favor of loea laiaraatlonel ar
raagaatat by wtdoh British asd Aaaartoaa een
alghl noete aaor pretap aad (are protMtloa than
by the preessU - stem of appUeatton t the Courts cf
their aeveraleountriee. Th reeolutloa Was rVrrrei
to Meawc a-maaseow, Baawn aaaVTaouraow, la
eoanecttoci with th A erlcaa Seamene' Friend S
A rot of th aKka was ret orned to th FrMldent and
and Secretary of th oonvaation. A reeolutlon aympa
thlslng with sick eeamen In their dUfiaultle In ob
talalng eatreno U Ooapttala, waa adapted, and
th aeoreUry of tka contention autbotUed to eom.
mutlcat with th secretary of th treeeury en tb
Tb erealon of the oenveoUon then cloeed, with -Ugtona
eieralsee by Bev. Dr. Booot and Cant. B
trr , ths ringing of th doxulrwy, and Unadlctton
by th ebalnnan. Tbe cloalog exerotae will cotne
offal Cooper Inatltut on Sunday evening next.
Tm IlAtxnos "Cnr op.w YonK."
Frofeaaor Lowa't Balloon on Thureday attained the
hlgbeet al tHuda it be yet reaohed SJ (set from tha
ground, and it was tb Intention of Mr,(Low to
ban continued th Inflation yesterday until It had
reached tbe height of ISO feet. But duritg Tnors
day night th weather suddenly changing from a
foggy oalm, a strong wind arose, a sudden gust of
which swe4og over th Crystal Palace (rounds,
tlfted the hug globe of the balloon up with a jerk,
dragging with kt th heavy bags of aand which were
appended to It after tha manner of anchors, aevsral
fetL Th glob or gaa envelope waa preolpltated by
the wd agalnat one of the poise ca a email tent la
It vicinity, perforating a bole In th muslin, enabling
M.0C0 feet of gaa which bad expanded It to escape,
completely ooHaenlng It The vent la th envelope
be been repaired, aad th process of Inflstton will
rt-oommtno thl morning.
Tb same wind, it la thought, gan the clraua tent,
In which ni exhibited th Ufa-boat, caloric engine,
clothing, limestone, and other object Intended to
serve In the propoaed tranaatlantla trip, a craty
awoop prostrating tha tent, pole and canvas upon
them, without, however, injuring them. Fortu
lately, nopereoa waa In th tent at th time of the
accident. The tent haa been re-erected. Thl af
ternoon, at four o'tilock, Mr, Low aaeeada, at tha
Oystal Palace grounds, la the balloon "looser," for
. parpoat of making mateorologloal observation,
rveiaratoty lo hi starting on th Intended traneat
UnUo voyage, In the "City of Now York."
Th ground are Illuminated, and Dsowotra'a
Band discourse mualo (very p!a-ant erenlng, thus
affording an opportunity to cltUens ta visit th
ground at night, who an unable to d so In tbo
ComavATiox or tub Scnitxxa Fa rrvmes.
The Soniixn Fsetl title wen continued last even
ing In various part of tb city, by theatrical per
formatoee, orations, eoneerte and ball. Principal
among these were th attraction of th Yolk Gar.
ten, bare tha day waa celebrated by a ba.1, pnoeded
by declamatloh and mnalc
Ths hall waadeoorabid with flag aad streamers,
and over tba stage were tastefully draped American,
German and French flag. A eulogy on Souux
waa doll vend by Mr. 8onriT, a member of th Btadt
Theatre, oorp dramatirju, which was followed by a
tableau repreeenUng th ooronation of th Smuixxa
Next came aa add ea by Dr. Ruroaxorra on tb
llfand wrttlnga of Scwnxn. A tableau entitled th
staring at Rutll" followed, and after th applaua
bad subsided, Mr. Scuiimt dellterel a recltstlonof
Boaiuxa'e torg of th Bell. Th entertainment
were concluded by a ball and banquet under tha dl
rectton of Mr. Srnaxuiu, general manager of the
At Mr. Lntnarctxra'a "Odeon oration wer deli
vered, and a concert and ball oonoluded tie amuse
ments ut tbe evtnlng.
In Turn Ile'L, the Tuinvereln gan one of the moat
inagnlnoent balls of the season. Th walla and gal.
lerler, were dred with wreaths of evergreen, flow-
era and flag of all nation prominent among which
we- th American and Oennaa. Bust and picture
of 8oia wen distributed about th room, and
th floor waa crowded at aa early hour with a wealth
of teutonic beauty. Tb bell we kept up until a let
boor la the morning.
A Banquet wa given at the Astor Ilouae by the
German aristocracy of the city. Among th Invited
guteU present, noticed, were III Honor Mayor
Tnutana, and Wat. C n Baturr. Oa tb aide of
th 1111, la which th banquet era held, were noticed
the names of th prominent Bterary men of the peat
age. Th 1111 was otherwise decorated with tbo
German trl-oolor aad tha vary appropriate color of
giean. Tb oourtesie extended to the prase by th
Cotnml tb of A mogamsnt wan not of a oo tBnd
C-rrtlL Tabk. Tb new drir In th Cen
tral Tark will be open to th public to-day. Th
occieloa will no doubt be duly honored by hundred
of turn out. Tbt toads an (0 feet broad and are
oontructed th most substantial mur. Th
foundation I of stones, laid on th Belgian plan,
Thla I oovered with small broken atone", which,
after being rolled and hammered down, an overlabl
with a--1, Th v bole I than rolled eoothly
Bua-wayt mi to roadside afford ample drainage for
the euifacs watet. Tn red of vehicles hi the Tark
la limited to five mile h hour, tad of quostrlaa t j
FinatK Wbst Jrn Strict. Th alarm of
fire about six o'clock last evenlag, In th Third Dis
trict, waa cauacd by a quantity if ahavlng taking fire
atthefoot of lJth street No damage.
Bsodebick OnsKqcns. Th obsequiet la
memory of the let Senator Baontxica, take plaoe
to-morrow, at the Academy of Mualo, when a fan.
11 oretlou will b delivered. Th fireman of the city
attend lo a body, with Ilaaar no wata a Marshal.
Tbey form la Hudson atreet, with thalr right on
Christopher street, st on o'clock. They march
through Hudson aad lithatieeta to Broad way, Chat
bam etrett aad Bowery, to the Academy of Mo.
I By order of a Committee of California la thla city,
among whom tha Hon. 8. C. McKiaaax, !.. C,
ts noticed, all Callforn'ant wishing to participate la
theobaequtea, are requested to meet at the lion
House this avtulng.
Moax Ticiit ltora Walkiio. Wo Uara
that Mona. Do Lavt, tb celebrated tight rope walk
er, la la this city, miking arrangement for a free
publle exblblthm at Weehawken.
Co t BACTS AwABDa , The Street Commls
atoner yesterday afternoon, opened the bid tor eev.
ral Job whloh are to b d m. Oppoalt a number
of eotBctora end ether per eon Interested In th
matter, were present tbe eowtreet for regulating and
grading Eighth Avenue from Nth to Bid at at, waa
awarded te Oaoaa Tavu), for (1 9 M, to be com
pleted wit a It months. Not ereeed. TaeoooM
Maxru became hi bondsman for SM 000 each. For
eettlng th curb and gutter atones in ll)th and 113th
streets, between 3d Avenue and Av A to Jwo, Mia
tim, for $3,194 te to be competed within tt
data. Tba aa gent'smaa are hi aeourttlee at
$1 COO tech. Fcr setting baok th curb and gutter
ston of tb Battery Mj of Stat atreet, between
Battery Placated Whitehall atreet, t Gaa Diuox,
for , to be completed within 10 day. Meaara.
Bun end JaauM. Joaae, an hi bot-duaaa for
Tub Stxambb Nxw Woald. Two Urge
boom derricks and three ateamer hare been at work
at the wreck of tbe 'New World," and yeoterday.
had only succeeded In ram ovtng br about 100 (set
nearer shot. Yesterday afternoon, th floats, inn
to be placed nudes the guard with th xpec-Uoa
Uat at Ugh water she would b raised out of tbf
Tub Fxcli Comn oners are preparing to
ocsnmtooe s li against a large number ot th liquor
dealer cf th city, lor rlo'ntlon of th Excise la v. -The
papera, U many of th caa, were (erred yes
terday, Th gammon aad npllat are piloted
and demaad jadgmani for I8S conaeou 0 dally vio
late of th law, from August Oth, !, f Sep.
t4-brlit,18C,ttt)prdy, a total cf tt.J
Ha. A. T, DiABaellrtred a lecture aCiia-i
too Hell hut evenJtig'IfPLre th Young Men' Chris
tina UlIos) AsscvUthn. Tk room was tolerably wall
Tax tt number of a very neat p-ejing
paper, entitled tb A wu rUn Banner aad wVtfae
wiet.' Lmmder, be been laid on ear teVe. It P
feeeaeteb tmtialaa patMst aad ralkjpt t U
he devoted te th lareataof th worklagmaev
TerenesiitrtFiMt AOo.,publl t .New Yotkaad
Matlcal efterv for Tba See.
JX Jfutieal WorUHmi U Act Optra. .
"Thlrk ef rtenf,' what a magnlfieent stnger
she la, and than bear In mmd tbat ab hi gon back
to Earope with such Impress! J, whloh. If med
known to other aitlsU of reputation, vrlll prtveii
tbam from eomlngt America. It I only tnoa who
htvetoeern their reputation, or ban nothing else,
that wCl venture to earn to a errantry that ember
nsaea th magr by fating to support th artists
Kovlded. If th public waul tha greatest artiste In
world, they muet produce th fund to pay for
them I There is a great deal of grumbling In th
peeuUar circle known et operedovn, because we ban
no r aa noma of great reputatino. Dothey reool'
lect last seaivin, and hew tbey failed to support Mr,
lusit'i efjurta to provide a fine troupe VHurUM
Man Ut. t'ttuia there wa many a Daina. who
fell Into th boa's den and cam out a akeleton. Mr.
L'u ut, after all such Jeremiad a, wa aad I and
oaa b eoeceasfuL HI present troupt nt r grow
nt aan-att, under k fnl iralnlng, a firet-clata
oopeny. Couoa atd Moaxi, being ladle with
strong vocal gift, are Impo-rabla, a4 wSl growfa
veritt sva-aen-ivs I That dust In th first act
ought to be studied man thoroughly but that la not
Blgnor Mr no' blame a the mualo I very often
quite difficult I TbedrUktrg eborn of th warrior
may be strengthened with batter efleot Bat I guess
Meswra. Mcxto, Tamtaa aad understand
thair business well enough I
1 say finally, Ne m York I a dty which no artist
of thl world k stee without gains aad fair rec l-m t
when he know eomethlng and behaves hlmaelf," I
meen A it net f e Imwdetif la a Meat (m.
yxtfei or royal jxa-coct prlds."
Peor. E. A. Wiasss.
Inqnaet, AooldanU, tta.
Dat- raoM trb Errxx s or Potto A
Mrs. NiratoLa, ree Id Ing at No. Ut West 10th atreet,
dk d yesterday afternoon, from the effects of poison.
but under what rtreuma t icta tt waa taken haa not
ire m rptred. Coroner Jaraaa will hold aa hupiest
npon the body tbla morning.
Fatal Fau. JomJ. Fautx felloo Friday
from thereof of a rear building, now beieg erected
at tbe corner of M street end n road way, end died
soon after war from the lnturlee received. The
Coroner wa nottled, and will hold an quest npon
toe body to-day.
Am turf at Sricirn. Between flr aod sis
o'clock laat evening, a Otrmaa muslolen, named Jo
asni L. Drssise, attempted euiotde by cutting hi
throat, lathe rear of No. tl Or ard atreet. Two
terrible jraebee were fcfl cted on the left of hi throat,
and It is feartd they w prove btaL
Folloa XaUIll fno ko.
Ihpamot; Amacxt Urns Fu to. Mrs. D.
Ktasaa and her daughter Iaw, residing atNo.M
Worth street, were reluming home atf o'clock on
Fridar mornln g, from a visit lo a relation who waa
lit, and when near tbe eor. of Worth atreet avl West
Broadway, were assaulted. It I alleged, by a rowdy
named I aasoi Cat. tana-, who threw the daughter
upon a b x with th e I Ooo of outraging bar per
eon Mrs. saves Interfered and waa knocked dowa
by a blow In the fees. Offloer Bia of the nth Pre
cinct rushed to the spot Bed after a considerable ef
fort aratcd the rosdr, who, at first, threaten-dte
ahoothl . Ua waa taken before Justice Connolly
aad locked up for trial. Ths police report that Cab
lau baa, already, served nine yean la State prleon
end that seme of hi friend threatened th life of
Mrs, t van If ah aboald persist la prueeeuttng
Atu roxD BbstAit ar A Pour maw.
Oa Thursday evening a couple of polloemen wen
dragging a poor drunk en wo an to tba station houae,
when ah s made oonaidereb'e notes, and eoon a crowd
collected. One of the offloer, to quiet her, struck
her violently several time upon to bead with
dub, until th blood flowed freely from the wound.
Some ctt'sens, who witnessed the outrage, endeav
ored to get ttt number of the officer, but owing to th
darkness of ths night win a sable to obtain it.
ALixoan Tmtrr or Mo.vkt. A youth
named Ahthokv Brirnutsori, living In t th atreet,
wa arretted yesterday, baring In hla posaeeslon a
wallet containing too, whlon wat picked foora th
Kcketof Fatctsirx Stvaoin, reaMIng at No. 100
vetth st ret t. lie oould give no aals tory account
of hla posarsaion of the we Ut, and Justice Oeaoasa
losktd blm up to answer a charge of grand larceny,
C Cat tk or An Atxronn Bcbols , A man
named Dxarr Urn was detsottd, on Thureday
night, In ths offlot or War Wuuiitt, No. TS East
tOtb atreet, whlob, It la auppesed, he had entered
fur the purpose ot theft. During Tnuraiay after
noon. It appears, tbe overonet of Mr. WiLuaa,
eontalnug bla office ksr and key of hi eafe, wee
ataen, and baauapectad that tha thief ocntamplated
entering the pie at night. lie accordingly, with
a no ar person, aspt waica, ana in exr vigilance wa
rewarded by see ng Bsrra enter tha otfi oe end strike
a light. They succeeded ta aeeurtng th Intruder,
andJoatlo Kaixv looked him sp for trial.
Bcroulxt. The ttabl of Davi A. Jacks,
No. M Kaat 4th atreet. are entered by a burglar oa
Thursday night and rebbrd of km vary fin bore
nam leu. a man namaa Micnaai stoves waa auoee
quently arrested with ths propertr la hla possesion,
which be atated be bad purobaeed a few boura be
fore. Jus tioe KnXT detained him for further exami
nation. All rotr Swisdlk by a Oirr Exntxrattit
Max A. Baanxv, the agent of a gift enterprise
concern, waa arrested yesterday by t Mr Baowsa,
on a charge of having awtndlrd a German, naned
J(im Fix ox, out of (100. Ha had advertised for
af i-nte to peddle books aad valuabi Jewelry In the
neighboring States, and atated that the euro of 1 100
was required loraecuniy. r ex wa on ot tn
pplleact, paid hi money after etgnlng a legal In
atiumentb ding him to work for Klaaxv forth
next alx m thai and after b bad paid th money.
Risk gen him a catalogue of bla girt to travel
with Ohio. Tbe German thinking that hla money
waa lost, went to the City Hall polloaet urt and made
complaint. He wa disoharged oa giving I U09 ball,
Akothsb Aixiokd roinoMno C A
man named C iai.se Jtwxu, of No. SVt Green wick
Street, was amtted yesterday, and brought be'en
AUermaa Bs vT, pa a charge or baring poisoned a
valuable dog be'ooglng to cue of his neighbor. II
waa held to ball.
Exaxixatiow ron toted. Th exatnt.'
tlnn of Joan Wilboh, who it bi a'legad attempted to
kill bla wire, has been iMatpnaed la ooneeqiisucs of
an Bttack of epUaptlc nt. II ha been removed to
I UA -HFO-TS-FBIDAY.
The titruiem of (A BMe and an Action for
LiitlOutn B. Judi tt. Jamtt Kdmonit.fbU
la aa action for libel. Bid grew out of th retlalon of
the English translation of the Bible by the p'atlff,
la the employ of tbe American Bible Union. Tns
oomplalnt sets forth that ths plain tiff 1 a clergymen,
and ia June, ISM, wes employed, aa stated, by tbe
American Bible Union to revise tbe Kngtwb. traasla
tloa of the Bible, et a salary of tLDOO per aanuta,
et which he waa engaged until May, lWOf that, on or
about tha 4th of July, INC, tie defendant oaueed lo
be tiubllthid In tbe Liuiavllla Jmurnnl a oemmunl -oetion
defamatory of the plain Te character, charg
ing that be wes dismissed (roes the emptor of
the Bible Union, aad that he, the pUlntuT, bad hlm
aelf done and emi'oyed others to do certain th Inge of
a neartoua character, out of a spirit of rertngei that
ttia onmmualcatiou charged by loaueado, that the
plaintiff waa not to be beueted, and tket those whom
be approached In regard to this attar rabrred to,
ahotld ba careful how tbey believed cr l epos oos
fltenoalna thing bs sstrl; that ths p'alntiff was
chargtd with using othara a Meat paw ' ta hi pur
poess of revenge on tha Btt4e Vnloa for dismissing
i that tha Dialntlff had nnbbahid anamDtt trim
the Inuul a of bUKlng the obaracter or true aad
h ly men, of tbe Bsutltt iwinntnlnstloni that ths artt
o'aln qnastloD, went oa to an unlimited extent In
len, or tne Vsptltt aanc m lettou
aneeUoo, went oa to an tt In
Isujs th "cbaraoter and rent
allag tne eneraecer ana rrpuutson or tae
t , and cht ed blm lt all mtnutr cf la fa
n.oua aobduct, wlthaa latent only to treduc ta
men and eoekty that dismissed hi from their ser
vtoee. Th awer denies tbat th dendant caused tb
article to be published, and also dank that the
charge therein ere tae. Tb can will probably
continued for ac viral days.
lenltcf. Jw 0feMs tt . Tit Nev York
Cettsolidated 'so Cs ThU wee en ectlua for
daaiagets and waa repotted ta Th Attn of November
10th. Toe cess wse now concluded, and ths Jury
gave the plalnlia a verdict for I M. The cat will
be sppts d.
AUeed Texas Land Ounfiracit Simon sa
etna and aaafAsr fft Cla. fff(Han and sfaert
Thepl n I U thlsos ee, S Muss a, U the petty
who has aopareevsilogly sought the ImpeecisMut of
JuCge Wauvua, ot fexae, for hla omnUasUoa, tl
charged, with sums of ths dsfsndate herein, la lb
celebrated Cavaao ease, to betray the plalatlff aad
todeetroy their lights. Tbla action la agalnat lb
i tk to tb ooaailrsoy referred to, with tbe ex
ception of the Judge, who is to be proceeded egalnst
bv tha ooaatilu jel process of imnsschmsnt. aad kt
brought I j reouver Carnage for the alleged fraud of
the defendant la directing plaintiffs of their title te
the Brownsvll'e (Teaee) town lands, and other pto-
peity, ana la eiiempung so asstroy tns ngn Of
sld p Bin h by allrgid false d fraudulant eon
vevai oecf taldlandate th defeadeats, Baaae aad
ituid. aad by obtaining a dteree la th Uatad
State District Court for th metric, of Texas, la the
ease of Cevexoa aud wb'a agt SttU man and others,
ia favor of pUmtk, by oolinaloa ead other fraudu
U t.t t eta and sonti Ltanoes.
,ri(terdani, Charles Sffllmen, who Itactttsea
of New f rk, wa eerred a a wttaaat at th plain
tiffs Instance, under tie provalun of the Code, al
lowing taeex oln,nf party be n tr j but
ca h'a exam Oos, h ." fused to aaswer namsr
opt qucenens, two kundrad" " thsrtaboutai and,
psndl-g tbe stttlssn- ef thee ttrtogatorisei by
ia junge, ne applied ror nave to go to -""", T1
te atUod to his futeraat there la ths preset trou
he sad exottsmesAsoa lb Txa border. T SvT
plication , wbiek was id en afBdavtts slat g rAsss
1 ' t. rn.iinit ha. w tllTa. who la-
tt psead a beg a-dartt, setting ea tb dlUgeoee
wukwhsrh'hey bad ytosasirwd f hair orwsatastyia,
sb ths Afisulll- whlsh bad btra an antared i
IIS Ptogre Tb mal ter was '"". se vnain
bttbi J- Bj ey for defsadants, and Mr. Jar
aegaa Ait idatnttOs ea vrt ee part It we Insisted
ttatthswltossisbealda b elleeed to bjeve th
oltaax,a saa eoa4fl a quarter ef a mil a
oJth-M-.r- mi be ymUIHI
Jails caSTtkaeoU'i, unui ne in eosws a tea
ejueetb rts whlob kkd asfused to reepoud, and,
Whloh might, be ooajadered a embracing the
moat issibi pert.ef . . .exaxInaaVsu They,
----- th In a eteeef as an tat '- '
part from tb JurledtctV-, leaving hla etiT.'i-.atloa
uaBxlabed. and before the pith of bis tetti. wny hat
been extraeettf, as tn raaa of hla death, treat and
tmparaol damage would be Infilcted, rloe thl wit
neaehad gttan tne taforo .km aa ata'ermnton
wblaa list answer had bees mala end vtilfiel, and
had facta with "a hi knowledge wkioh could be ob
tained fro no other source. II wa alao eharged
that thl eppBoaUmi to ptatnone, proceeded from the
unwillingness at Sttl aa to answer, stao tt wa
stated tbat the ts ogatortt objected t might be
answered tat eo disposed of la tne cou of a day.
After B'gume andT Mat reading of affidavit! occu
pying ou tderable time, tbe Judge deoiddd, la eon
sequence of th Jeopardy of wUneee' propertr In
Brownevllle, to permit him t lean U Juriedictlon,
under an older uepadlng tbe examination until
tbe first Monday la Marob, end requiring tbat h at
tend oa that day.
Ti TVieify Caarc Property. Th PtnM n.
ts Ofloers mt Trinitr Can a, Wins at nra .
ndfSsaatMet. neAsma, .Aster and Otter.
Tbess were two actio of eject en agalnat the
defex dents, by tbe Attorney Oeneral, ta the nam cf
th pernio of the Stat, for t we lots, ona la Murray
strati. ths first esse, atd one In H am men lr atreet.
In th eeooed. Tbe people claimed, on th trial below.
In February last, that they wen entitled to tbe pos
sess n ot tcs propertr, by original aad tedaCsaalble
right. Oa th o r hand. It was olslmed that the
proeity was ceded to this church fat ITM. by th
tken Crown, and that tbe ebnrcb had bald tt er
slnoe unlsttrurtsdlr. After tbe avlden wat al la
tor the pletifi, Justlos Suthsrtaad, before whom It
came on for trial, dismissed the eo pit is la botL
ectiooa, en the ground that ths plaintiff bad failed to
tstal tb tills at net the defendants, and also tbat
the action wa barred by thestsxutsof limitation a.
Tbe cess was appealed by the plaintiffs, aad to
Court otdsredlttobe argued bsfon the General term,
wbt nil now comes on, and waa din uasnd a gnat
length by the ablest eoonaal at the Bar, the only
mwetiona betna whether or not the nia'ji 's bad ee-
tobllihed title la the Court below, and whetMr or
not th action wee barred by tbe statole of nit
tlona. IXdaton reserved.
Atw Casual Mrtcf "Isr, BL"FJUa WV
keysoti f A Jfatr. . This waa another action
Involving the eoudainn of New Canal street, whlob
waa thought to be "very bed Indeed sir, Mr. Baa
teed," by ex-Maj or Harper, a abort time slnoe. The
plelutiff oo plained that about two o'clock In tbt
mnrnlag, of aome day In Semptemberof In A, be waa
driving s bra aa and cart near the JuootloBof Vast
Broadway end New Canal, and was suddenly brought
Into contact with a lamp post, which waa W t there
without e railing to prevent eolUalon with it through
tba gllgsnoe ot I he Corporation, end In e teq ue nos
of which be wes peeclpltatsd to tne earth, aad greatly
br ted and disabled, and tree eoafiaed six wet to
bis bouse, et great expense and la great pal The
answer denied everything. Tha plalatlff wa pat
upon lb eland and repeated the eto of hla ena
plaint a to tbe peitloulan of th lamp-post, aod hi
Dr O wen, of WUUemsburrh, testified to tb tact
that medical treatment t admin Istered.
The defense Introduced no tsstlsaoay, but went to
ths Jury with ths case, nrgirg npon those gentlemen
that they abould not tolerate or oountsnaaoa tbe re
cent amnio fjr au ta for damagee agaliait th dty
most of thsm gtoundlsss and ve X
Ths Court Instructed the Jury that thay abould not
b led Into lendetlig a verdict aga'ntt tbeetty,
whin they would not egalnst a privets hidivldual,
and if the plain tiff waa found to be entitled to any
vt rdlct all. It akould be ths sea as If th defendant
waa a privet party. Verdict for plalnnff fcr 600.
V, R. Ctrrab Ceart,
nt New Tori Wtrt Rmilnf Co. n.C.Cnllt,
Thla waa a suit torsooter damages for ths la frta
ent of a patent granted to Jobs B. Wlratasaaw,
and now owned by the plalntiH; for Improveuant In
folrllng Iron lisdateada. The potent at dated Junt X,
1A67, and tba Improvement con ale among other
Inge, in the formatl'n cf a none or ebou de re la
ths comer posts to receive and is tain the aid ralla,
with a phi naarttd over th nil to keep the bedstead
cpeo. Tbess bedsteads, It appeared lo evidence, had
generally aupe eded all ether klnda of Iron folding
HdrtfaJe. The Jury gave a verdlet auatalalng tbe
patent, and warded 1 1,000 damage to th pi ntl
ntcaad Ceaaty CaaH.
Murder CattTh Ftorie, ie, tut Jjme
JlunUr-Tbm sxamlnallon of tbe prisoner to thla
case , npen a charge of the murder of Cnaile m
bart, wa continued on Wedneeday laat, and wa to
here been ococlndtd to-day, but waa postponed
until t sdneedey next, la consequence of the tlint
oftbe Juetlce. A dedden will probably he rentered
oa that day. Th can haa excited great In tenet
among nodical men, In cxeequenceof the differ
no of opl on a to what caused Lam bert'a d. a;h.
It waa proved that the deceesrd received a blow up
on the head from a btlck, alleged to have been thrown
et him by the prisoner la ths course of the que el,
la which tie trieoner waa endeavoring to protect his
ysurger troiher frrtn the assaulte of ths deoeseed.
After rectdvltg th a blow tha deceased nturned to hla
bouts or rnpla if g of hla brad, and eent for a piy
Icfatn, who found no signs of fracture and prescribed
a atjite lotion. Dui Ing the following night the with
of Ue dictated ace dentally overturned upon blm a
camphrnw-tamp, and he waa vary severely burned
about tbe lege end I tomach Ue dk d the aext morn
ing, and on the oi ntorfe eiam InaUoo aome of
the attend ant eigne of death by bum'ng were discov
ered, and. In addition to these, a slight fraotu a of the
skull waa found. Tbe brain wa ta a healthy oon.ll
tlon, but a smal clot of blocdwaa found upon the
dure ma. I Isr thee elrcumstacoes th medical
faculty ban an tnterasttag question to decide In re
spect to the caoae of death. W H. Astsos, Esq ,
oonducted ths examination In behalf cf the prisoner,
aad Mr. Qaa rr la behalf of the Ptople.
Ceart af Ueaeral
Tb onlv can tiled ta dav. but which c n I
tbe whole cay, waa that of a Herman, calllrg himself
tseoa onrmas, pn ing ontmiencit fiu mho on tne
Neeeau Bank of B.ooklyn, on the soth Aug t, at
Feb' atatloni ry store, Maiden lane. When arraign
ed. In the September term, be contrived to esca
from tha omoer who had blm In eha . but waasuh.
sequentlj recaptured. IMa defence to day waa, that
a man, wno owe a nun jo, gtre Mm tbeee bins In
pe mcLt, with otr er good money. Th Jury convict
ed blm of ftsgery in th second degree, and ne wa
Mnttnced to fin yeara and six month In th State
Piieon. Snook haa already serted one term la the
8 ate Plbwo.
4 Third Faga for f tbar IT ra.
A Down Town Mbbcbabt
Havlns passed several sleaplees nights, CWurbed by
tie tjoplte and cries ef t suffsrlng child, cslled on us
to learn th nature and as of Mrs. Wihslow's Soorn.
lao Starr, and became convinced It waa jott th eitl
ele needed pre red sopplr for the child. On reach
ing home and acquainting his wife with what he had
done, eh refuted te have It administered to the chill
ae she was strenrly In favor of Homoeopathy. That
nlftbt th child passed la Buffering and the parents
hout eleep. Bttarnlng home th day fuli(wlnjta4
father fountheUb,r ,UU '"' JK whu ntem
platlni another elu'"M nlkt ' mother stepped
from th room te attend to eom domertw dlle and
left the father with th child. During hCT sbeeaoe '
dmlnlrtered a portion of the Sooninia Sraor (o 'he
bahr and said nothlnf . That night all hands slept well
and tbe little fellow awoke in the morning brlaht and
happy. The mother was drlif hted with the sudden and
wonderful cbanre, and although at first offended at
tka deception practised upon bvr has continued to as
the Srrup, and suffering crying babies and restless
nlbte neve disappeared. A a fie trial of tha Syrep
never yet failed to relieve the baby and overcome the
prejudices of th mother.
BorQBB't 8 ry i QB nau
Re. 1 Sewing Machine .....fief
M.1Bbw g Machine.. ................... ...gM
Tbe Family aVwIng Mscnlns A.... m
The faa r Sewing Maehlaa. .....Kg
Heaimlng Ouatee. ....M
LM.SQWI ACO.,4B8Bi war,R.Y.
III0I tsasUBrsoM a
8 ALL CWABOB. Do AJTB AU T L US
aa bs bad at To Sew On a, la tr Dollar paekeaes,
and Three Ceatyiesss at Tb Detlar packages. Oat
Paaslii slftrOest rolls.
Si Ti st Bc a t Bao-j a
An Agents lor
THE NXW TO a- mb
Or BBOOIT AT XrAxV.
BsnAsesns Black CloU Oven sals. ..jm ts 111
Flee Black Olotk Ovsre oats. ....ll ie 11
Eataunasx Beaver ereeale. te
wta.. .......... .&.!) tm
Black and rowa Caatsr Beevera M ie
rur fftoever Ovt
Caoellent Piwt Qverecaia... ,......
Iliaillleatsis n.lii-S Mlltns sail'-
eeata. ,..........,.. ......... s te
WINT gCIXJTIl ING.
DE l ROOTS,
T THB OIJ1 BTAMIL
let ruHoa street.
Between Brosdwar aad Naaaau street
' Ib Etebt Oiib ' MoeTH."
HAYL8 CQCOU CANDY.
Paioa 10 Caava.
A pleaaant aad eft tual cure for Ceogha, Colds,
WbeleeaU by WelU A O, 114 Franklin st i Barnes
IS Park Bow, aud retail br Druggists'
area, 110 V allon araet, BreoUyn.
Blrniou's Cxi nan L
WINa WktlLV UkCT mrww tn
NEW BTYl- MAirerACTUIUNa MAt-HNri W
'nABTnOLrMeuuf turgOo,45t Brsadvay, eor
n award sir t
Is tbe Meet sad Caaeaeet ertlole for Dnea fend Bssa
. A Ltowi o -rw Mao at
Warrantefl to gtvs better satiefoelleet tkaa e etAsr
Forrilo, '' P.aT.-Thy Hodaoa
this admlrahle drama. Is wblfjl Mrllaaa war Is as r
IsiltaUr smuainr. ooia """"""n.1
aUucs'sMiiasis. Theeesbelore h
aad rvaalat, et
arr lasgn, g
, Bbooxitw abd Buoth Broobl t DSALU
n Hoossa LossH. I BBACU, tk stnat, ass
Vkilni aven. Oowaaua. ApHy a aheve, as ase
b-k th. i Bflyn tH lU-BkUs 1U swim
el v,m Sh
llel! a PITIeaa. 0twe.M-.Tkewse.a4
rl.WM7.Miilrlr senstltatloaa rained and
U. IS -JrS7.'i,'w'ti-' perloloosste.
-Ti!Jlr3. ', Tb" m" eoothla and
co-uL'LwiVix'ffiSca - " fir1
Caasnbel' Aisathteairy aad Cbel. aae.
Wh ave end sth et pure Bad g slat 4-,s ...hIm
and perfumery, aad tha crept letor eenstantiVu !
Peat Oraee Netine Tba Hall few M areas)
via Soathamrton aad Havre, per V. 8. steemer ARAUOl
will eloee at thla office oa Boarder, th Uth day if
nevemser, as iva xiora .bl
SAAC V. FOWL t, rortaustar.
A. O. It Aarl t Orr af IUben
Ne. t. omeers aad member ef tia above nam her ere
r quested te be jnmctoal ie attar diaee et tae lledeew
Kiehanse. eor wHh tt and loth ave, on Moudar. lata
uiet, at 9 e 'Hock. V' lleoueat memrra will el.
enttMi peepere tsetttte goes en the hnoka. Brori
ef COW Lll'B HEALY.Preei HENBY CAKBoL,
Wsilee. flrmhasV Oagweat I lb awlw
knewn thins that wUl fere the beard to grew ee the
I"" JhTt 'Iff ta J1 week's time, wlthont sUla ar la
Jarr to the tklo. Prto 1. B. U. U UI UI, 10 Naa
eea st. New York. ift
fretea MITIs Iswr.w. t
Metreeolltas Mllle, Cberrr Street, New Yerk, wiaaw.
lecture Fetnilr 11 ref veriones 4 Their riewr
kee lieen In eosjiprtltleo at theWerld'e fair Is Londsei
I ina t, irriq r srr at mt vrrviKi raiace, new oral
at the New York State Fain at the tairef the Met -
the I a
res tteenaniea- iasiitute, wanblnrwrn, l. I at
rrantlls Institute, rhiladeeklai aad et mestef
I airs of the American 1 titate. New Ysrk.
ten rears past, always receiving the hlshest prentlo
awarded. At the laie Fair ef tbe American lnatltnta,
a silvrreun, tbe hlshe-t jremlara sffered for Hour,
was awardtd to llecker A Brother.
ltltan lavaluhle arc omoiodatloo t tha eltlaens ef
New York aed Its victaitr, that they mar get, la a
entail qnsntitlee ae mv suit their wants a constant
sovplr of freeh-groond flour, the auperior ily of whtcs.
Ie new Feeereilr known.
atwava os Hears wbolxbalx awn xxvaiu
Croton Buperbtlve. (Prtmlora Fl r) la be ela, half.
btrrelt, ( "Mb hems 4lh an t-tlS ban
Extra Croton. In barrels, half barrels, lb baga,91b
Eitra Manhattan. In barrels, half -barrela, Mlb bara,
Femllr Hour In lilb packaree, ( packagn In a hex,
niaklos Tt pounds.
PaUnl Self ilalng Floor, tn (lb paekagea, tvelt
parkesee la a box, maklns tl poande.
Graham Firm r, In barrela, half ba sla, Slb bags, 451b
bars and itJtlb.
Those who eea Graham Flour knew that the treeher
ther ree get It the better, ae tbf prt sea ef the
bren tncllnee It te beoome bitter lo e short time.
Bre Fieur.ln barrels, half-b.rr.ls, 1lh bass, 431b
best end ft Slr hers.
Bocke heat now In its aeaeon prepared aaderthe
pareet protees, (eo pesaiar la ramiir use ree ine
Immediate production or etaeakee. at te eseonalav
rred an almost iDdlepeneable eonvenleooe In setting
Immediate production of ptneakee. at te eseonald-
erva an eimoet leojepeneauie ccnvvnimioe in setting
np that Yankee lusurr) laflhps ckssee. It packages
is aDos,maainSTxpoann,anrl in vtreinnaea.
W bite and Yellow Indian Meal, ITS, 4 MHlb. beta.
Homier, fib ptpers.4Sib, boxes.
WIhI -llHthlK nnee-.SH4h. koe.
I artnevpotind pepere. In 4Hlh. Imxes aod 141b. beiea.
I w The packasee have printed directions ror nee.
The lkeam have tir
"iwii iiu.il leuiii.r. ,ii,uuiiu iu, , . d v p.-M-Hi
poet, er otherwise, whta received before IS o'rlock
will hs delivered In the sfternoon I tboee rer Ived af
ter 11 o'clock, will be delivered the next or stag.
Payment sn natlvery.
Ferolliea ean also be as well eerved, generally, by ar
dering throush or burins of Grocers who sell our
ftonr, as thef are enpplleid dally when neecaiarr, by th
J.-J.u . fll .C-k.k,' 1, m Jl.
express wssone er uroton stills.
lie tha jna RiMne
Ilrooklta and WHlianialiurjrh are served dalll liar-
lent, Merrieanla, jereer Oirr end Ilehehen twice a
week. IIKC-kK i HROTUBB.
W SOI Ubsrrr street. New Yeck.
Great baa been tka Oaaat
ee en pllabed already In tka nss sf
lldrtnr HICMIY ZB-I.ta hnlm
for tbe core of Drankennsw. Ms-
nv a ML has lismi atcemnd ! m.
downward ttarser te the drunkard
avare, ana orouant oeca to aeir re
tpect and a long neglected and dls
s racso lamnr.
Third it , nfir Jd tkeuss. noere
rrom t ana sws. nt siow
rtvants Ufa Ralaa.
THICMIKACULOLS B T.
Bhenmstlam, Nsnralsla aud sout in their worst stages.
mlm a ofala, kina eviL orrtlp-las, eld nl rs ea th
worst esses of diseases of the hloud, aveat debllltr. Ilr-
er oump Inta, kJdoera. aeltrhennk to eiplsot soneosiB-
tton, Ac an Baost
ar thl s eonretga
nratt IJfe Ralsasa Cared asef a
BlbLE ULCERATION of the foe, ancles and leg. Th
der 1 appointed ts so to ths Uoppital and havs nt lee
amputated. I waa adrland te trr U YAlTS LOT ItAU
bass, s tns tns ssvise. ana ant nsppv as war I era
enred, and my ia eared W that MIRACULOUS kM
OY. jlMk- DONA-DSpN.
its Ufa Balsa ewrwel J.Wsbb, .'
the architect. No. (04 Broadrar. ef rhenmatkaa of
etsht menthr duration, wblrh ti erlpplsd and eon
lined him to his room. Mr. Webb we SO yeai old
wheat a cure wes effected.
nratt I a BaVtsua haa Cared
eases of similar dlsessea,and It will most a ta 1 y cure
ear easee wnicn ean ns rearnoa or meeiane, u tekea
In e o rdanee with the dlreettona
It done not eon tain a particle ef met eery er ear ether
aeirtetioue mineral. It ean ba taken with perftetsafe
tr bv the meet delicate woman er Infant
PRINCIPAL DEPOT. No. U U U 8TAEET.
IB a . ear bottle i tit bottle ti.
AgMtiorBrookln uMraUAY L 115 Fulton et UI
Ilnmtenle Irlrellna Kverr BI eaday am 4
Stturda v evenlnsa, at No 400 Third arenas Shades
Chairs takes at 8X o'clock. The beat of alea. liquors,
wlnee and seaara. Proprietor, JAMLS LEWIS.
Tbe Caaal Re T.mpermnre Htirty Meet
In Itleecker ilulldlnge, eor ef Blee-ker and Morton et.
on Hnnrtar eveolna. The meftlns will be addressed
br the Btv. Mr. DF.lHU ofCsllfori.lt, aid or her eml.
tei t speakere. All are Invited teoeme. WM. NASH.
tVcty. JUHNQUA,Prea. U
Corpttrallwn N si le-e.
The Committee on Tsxee. of the Hoard of Aider set,
will meet en Mender, the 14th etaot, at 1 o'cluoe
p m, In room h Cltr Hall.
All parties havla huaiasea before the eald Conamlt
tee, sre herewith requested to attend without aay far
ther notice, 3 p roommlttee
mchoi.as srUnmsT, 1 on
KOBEBT J. DAKBAU1L ( Taxes.
Tbe Cam litre on Hireele oftbe Beard at
Aldermen will meet on MONDAY, the ltth tost, alt
oVIock P, M , In Boom No. 5, Cltr Hall. Parties la.
tereeWd n any matters before Cmitt. are invited
to attend. P. I A. BOnLK, 1 Commltte
THOMAS STKVEN8, . ea
JOIUS LVNES, J ,,
T. 8. tiat t, geeretary. nl SUM
er.aiapaaea. nv Total Abstuteaea.
ths Coras of Alcohol, Is a theme worthr of our elerxr.
-t them prar and preach for the power of the Swoe,
?., . "-Irit, inetead of Sharp's rlllee and encomlnms
of the P.. r 1t d traitor, then peace andproe-
n,i."r will rei.o Inc.
IHwiat Stf It eg star Uirfaei Cs
rOB A Jtnatsit tir xtrri
(FOUR1H AND SIXTH. WARDS,!
At a Convention of j telrsstee of the Deeaasracy ef
the Fourth and Sixth Wards, held at Warren Hall.
romtroi ifiir-r ana nrprr ate. on I ntriair, net.
10th. PATRICK COYL Km . of 4d Madlton at waa
nominated br acclamation far Aldenaea ef the Ses
ond Aldermania District Asotnmittes sppolstsd te
tender biro te nomination, received hie seeselsass
of tbs sense at hia reeldenos. In the preeenca sf a larse
and enthuaUetloaeeemblege of hie frlende from'botb
thaWarde. HIGH MrBRIDlV
oftbe Hi sth Ward;.
Chair aa Coarcutleew
a ths fourth Ward. ar
Secretary. . t8
Bis men's Ceavearism.
A Convention sf Chaplalne aad FrlssAs efJBeaskviww
wiU be held ia ths MartaereCtisreB, eer.ef MaSkAl
and rXbarus sta, onder tbs dlrertlse ef tbe T
Bocietv. so Wednesday, Nav.rtb.st 1 A U toVRt
elder ths beet Bauds of sdvaaeta the laeaseral
spirltuel Intereete sf seamen. Ths OsavsaUsa let.
prated to continue In session three dare, and will i
errs te th psidle. Thedtyiw bsvet-dt4 rsf
aTon t tha eveotn re te religious exercise. Tbs alsala g
BMwting wUl bs at ths Cooper laseitata, aa BshbarS
evenins aeit leth, at Jkj s'otoA, wlU s4itrsa.es seat
aWvedonalexe isa. B14
Baldtrla Ctotb-gr Ketsbltssjasei
Tl LABQUT 1 1 CR-.
Ball! by Wt L A oa, Esq., sipreetly for tb t
Ma It AND It BOWKBT.
Tb largest assortment eFftshlonablrlI and Wha
ler Cloth t of avery varletr, lasts aad stria svsr ef.
fered,aoidwUlbeaoUlaathaaalaay ether stent
S40.0M tsvef yeerry br be-f off Br
t artitta that eaa he bad Ie the wi
Tbs bast artitta that eaa he
iln mA In tha th.rt.Mn and m
tha Cast a snd other deesttsjiiiks sf thM
V . '. .7 1T . . ......a .1 ..n.. l ..a
C Wbt'sDepertarsat WTaTbAaWiat
num. wDia-onr sooraiMa tbd
it s. wmaLows sooTBDiq irau.
MBJJ. 1NSL0WB BOOTII IQ eTBlTP,
FOR COILDRUI Ta-i-Cta.
for aiiLDR i Trr imta.
FOB CUII-RlCt TTTI-DKL
OIYK EST TO TOT MOTlB
Olt- KF P TO TITE MOTHI
OITE BT TO TUB MOTH
t bt onma bbli r to thb inf .
BY QIYINO BBLI M T TO THB D0PAMB,
BY OITINO BBLI f TO TUX i-fAMt.
BOLD BT ALL D-CCWIITa,
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