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tHUESDlT MOKKINO. DEC. 1 1859.
m Bntkoi rem.
TtVa Cnbo rrry Company bejn.to fl tb
thro of smbtk cplnloo. la Cm! lhy am. la
tronbla. Things BotwcrhadMernooUiiy
at they deelnd, and bow thy mm forward la
tb ttatfactar of bmo much ttdsrra0' and
whoa trltl effort! and rr- aerinOr-
establish good tarry wainienloeirone, ;''
Wen rightly PPtcftal l-y n n.rlfol com
mBUtyT In the cemmnnkatlon to tu. llrook.
bn Comas" CbBcfl th other voiilng, tby
I or that th whola number of stockholder,
uuj of whom mkU out of the city, Is 608 1
that the managtrs, rtttomor fa-o ereeyfJoej,
bar mth hAd a Urft tecanlary laterett In the
ferry prlvDetjet I that torn of them turf fjr
years rendered gratuitous mttIc olIy to pro.
mot commodious and cheap communication,
and that the if chief object In consolidating lb
ttnles tu to mait tbo Urge pro ' ' ,al wa
Tarry avaOaV.A for auttAlnlng other lines of
communication at a uniform rat or on cant for
Toll ti a very plturlbU statement, bat It will
not dtcalr those familiar with th history and
operations of tbe Union Ferry Company. ItU
wall brown tbat tb managers, " with on or
two oeeptlone," do not bold a Urg amount of
the tteck. and tbat ''th on or two xcpliona"
raally coaatltnt th Company, o far a th dl
rsctlcn of Its affair! and the tLapIng of lu policy
Then aa to lb preltnc tbat the act of cin
sollJsUon a at t fleeted tor tb purpose of main
taining; a on cent fare on ail lb ferries, w
must say that U a remarkable piece of (front-
CauU IlA tYim f lw hn mnanltitltjul
nder one management, before tb rcbem of I
IncTtaaing tb rat manifested Itae.r, The
nte oo U.e principal lerrtei n ere doubled, th
truing of cammaUtion tickets cssesJ, In tlo
Uoa cf aa eipref agr-nt In th lease, and
U most haughty In JUToranc waa dlaplaj ed by
tb Company to Ttry argument, cxpoetula
lallon and complaint made by an aggtlev!
It la nsneceaiary, however, to dtaH th act
cfth "CocsoUdated" Company. They are too
deeply imprtaned upon the mlnda of the thou
sand cf poor men, mechanics and working girl
wbo tcttTfl jeart havafelt th burdenaof
Uu "cenaoUdated" poUey. Vat tb managers,
In the defence and explanation presented alnce
their bilur to obtain a renewal of their leax
upon their onn tenna, mak a noteworthy con
faaaloa. 1 ley any t
Mora recent!?, the reeetpta of th Company hare
point id to a rtductkm of in exlatug ratea, aud the
only obstacle to tti baa been lb uuosttaluty aa to a
nxwelcttheleaacano hold I th Talue of tbflr
voata and nttuiea Crpendbi npoa the emtlnuence
tit th aeTiral fetrtea under on organiMtaom and tii
eipbetlon at one time ef the Tartuua loan.
YTbj iu Ibla ootfaislon not mail when tbey
applied for a renewal of their leuaf Why, If
tbekr ruaip'a pointed lo a reiuctlon cf th x
latins ra'.ei, did tbey aeek a leue guaranteeing
to them lb prajcLt ra'.ea ftr ten j eatl to come ?
What conidenc cau th pallic hare In a C jm
pany that de.U ao falsely with It? But, for
aootb, th Company now propoie, if jitarmtted
ajaintl lott, and a new leue granted to them,
to l educe lb fare of the foot passenger to one
sint, at any Urn with n six moUhi. This if
a etfcl (roptslllos, but a far Utter en 1 for th
dlle of Kew YotV and BiooUyn to ' rid of
th ConaoUdaUd Company altogetber,
The lek la Ceam
Till fofle are becoming Intensoly dlsgutted
wi'h th Irational and unpatriotic court pur.
sued by their MpresonUtiToi in Congrats. Tb
loquacity of members Is beyond all endurance.
But fur the ilelug of talk, the unwiia recrimi
nations, aid iU-natnrtd references to things
tbat belorg to tte past, an organization of the
Jloote might baTe been effected before this
time. Th manner In whiih members expos
one another's Inconsistencies would be amusing,
If the exbibllicna were not humiliating to the
We d not pretend to decile which party In
the Uous Is most to blame. The Republican
bare rreeenltd a candida'e fur Speaker who Is
shown by the ballots to be objectionable to a
majority cf the memlnrt, but tbey atubxrnly
adhere to Mm, determined, If possible, to win a
pure rarty triumph. Ibe Democrats bare
shorn far less uilty of faeUng, and bare con
sumed too much time In talking. Tbe South
America! e, and the few wko call themselves
" independent,'' unalig that tbey bold the bal
ance of (.ower, are Impracticable, and air their
ihstoilc and vaunt .tbtlr hostility lo the Ad-
mlnUtratun In the moat ae.f sauaflel manner.
Tbe rltbt tlm for tjoncrees to pass iudi
euaiifcutwu" ivi ,vki. .v p. j- ft
EDCUt pou lu nuuuiua imivu aiiu u wb,
Is after tb organisation. It has duties to du
charge to the whole country, and to these it
should hasten, and not waste tbe public time In
controversies that produce only stU. if th first
Congieu had been composed of such men at at
now assembled at Washington, lb Union would
tot have been fo-niod. 1'oUllUenn, Lot patriot
aiaour repreaentaihes now, aud the people
mm t bare after elect men of a different (tamp If
tbey would allay the ttclional suifo vibicd U
fonentsd and nialntainul to promote party aud
Tbe Vtw Orleans 1'tniine has some addition
al partlctCa a coaeeralog the defoat tf the Cunstltu
tionalArmy at Quintal". The omjrnanier-ln-cMif
of tbe routed army, In I la additas, does nit atteui4
lo conceal the sertc us nattiro of tbs uJJjrtuue I rn
the ccUrarj , it Is loikinof as "a new aud tornble
blow to thalr hi pea " The army, bovtver, Is en.
tretdl(ttolve t) dceptlr. Tne uttlaato
trlurri k of the C Jt ktitu'ictkl tause d"i net depend
upenttt rrsictr o' foitune. Above a I, tbe army
a-eca-t'otsd n"t tilvo wsy to mu'ttal icrrlmlna
tton aw f itrscUoTj, which It world seem ths officers
were fill' Inducing In. In fait, the charge of trca
ao and eo a ardlcc i tbe patt of suversl officers, net
narud, la ca'y made In tie JourLala. II la this,
double?, to l Ulj th v uimaLuei iu-vl' iiii
As tithe caaae of the difiat, at.d wlc, If any, ate
to be bced tl erefur, tUps bsl already been taken
to have the whole sul j ct Inquired Into, It weuU
appear, inlecd, tret fie general hid demanded a
oenrt martial (rr hlmiel', from which, says ths
f"eiiuw,T.s ats kd t) Infer that ths rout was
charged dlnct'.y uia himself aud his lot ICclcury,
la tb maaa tun tbe commander lu chUf ten ,
to most teuoUng latiae, tU apat t J arms, which
Is ref rated wUh the mm autaulaam throughout
tb ceuutry. To tbts apal ths eta of Tameullpes
has rtsuled by at eeee ordeilag forward tb
brigade of rtfervs with vtryBaa that ci'.4 pna.
ethly be spared from the garvisot) ef Twnploo, Via
tori aid oiler cttlea. TneB'ate of Kaoateeaa hal
alee lalatd a new foici of 1000 men, to mak
need against Wou, wbo wa overruolng tbat patt
of the oountry lo the great terror of tk laiishi
tails. As to the movements of Miasuon, It Is at ted by
th Boitiin, of th Federal Army, that, after th
victory QuereJaro, bs returned Immediately to
the capital, H where ravuhiUan threaleaet." ThJ,
last eatimot, howsvsr, must be rcelved with
caution, aa oea.lng bom the ounstltntlnnaHsta. Vn
Wat tbe ne meot look place before the rlctory
at Quarttarc, ths statemeat, moreover, Isbnprob.
U. Tt aapUel otl hardly Has agalnat th
rraaUsut, a tb moment ot victory. DaoouAiio,
himself, addressed the array from Baa Luis Potest,
from arhlch we tefcr tbat, after bis reverses, U fall
keck, with bla headquarters, upau that olty,
Kb. Bwosi Daxatoat; as old result of Ai
gey, and fettber of tb Boa-f Acocsrcs Uuf
mow. c( UOi city, UU CaiiadJ tato atudstar to
tb Iiruj. eUed at Alier. kaeth PaUtlaa. on
tbeMUof Scv mber last, afr baxaio wu
j latdai tftprlttor and a man of aosa wealth.
Jk, natrATOU frost Jef&re City ganiwinnaa
tUdeteatUU naie of Mlaeourl, of th V
tXKitTbtltU XaltO lMTthEllaU or Xr
atatf colored per lation of th State.
Thl wai mar nM U th majority bill, and
Iry it iiinlil iplslii das of Mitroes war
ft ha4ioia. TnTOtwaa thaotafcati
the passage of Uw majority UM, MatUof,
TTho News by TeeTPh
TramMatm,Tctmltr 21. Mr. Irnvoif gar
BotJoe of hU rnUaUcm te tstrodno a btl emmdlnf
sb art tsUbUablnc me Court of CUIaaa, aad a!so a
U1I for changing and rrruetliig tb mod of an.
Bctatlng cadets to tb Watt fotnt aUUtary Aca
demy. A treaeag wst tfcrn rectlrcd frmn tk Prestder.t of
tbe L'tlttd SUtt-a, tmnmittlng ttecntir eomm'jnl
eatnus kirn tb Beset " " xcUt
aeMkn. . ..
t th oreili e of lbs rVon araln, Mr. Detain
eubrnt-d n.ut.oa Mttt appoiotn-nt of M
giaedlcg Coniinittifa, wtlrh aa taniet J reas tl,
raja lla atrlct rrty t4 wlla tb eicepuon of
Mr. Fran, ar.
Tb foliolrg are tb UommlrteM aa atopted I
On rtrtil AVlariVm. Mcstr. Mon, Dntgiae,
glldtU, Poik, Ciieutdes, gjwrd and Biraotr.
On t'lnaai 4. lUrmu Hunter, Pearce, Oein,
n l.bt, Hammond, Feeondan.and Caovror.
On Ccmntrc. Mewrf. Clay, Bljlor, Toombe,
Clli'gman, SaaUban, Ilembltn, aid Ciaodlfr.
On WlttmpAfthi McMra. Dar'a, ntrpatrtck,
.)obnon of Atkana, Chestnut, Lane, Wilson, and
On A'lirtt AJrt Maear. Malerr, Tbovao?,
Blldcll, Uaanmondi Nlohobvm, Ile't, and SnUmny.
On jultriari. Mraiira. lleran), Pugb, Uoajunln,
Grian. Poerii, Trumbull, and 1'ieter.
On Vf Oflinct Moars.Yul:, 0 win, R'ce, Bihjbt,
WiafaJ. Uia and D.icm.
On lMWc Lands Mcasts. Jobr son of Arkasaaa.
Joheaoa of Tenneeaae, Lane, Pugb, Biagg, Ilarlaa
end Itlt eham
On ,nlt VanA Clnlmt Meaar. Benjamin, Polk,
W'S'al1, rtmis and Ten V.jck,
On Jt.aljn Afntinn, Rfbaatlae. Pitch.
nine, Haul , IImblU. DntJ ttl and (1 aik.
On Vnafoas Meaaia.Thomr4or,1a,BaulaVury,
rowtll, Dtirkre, Harlan and Uriraee.
OniiriIiirtiffTCWi Meare Toombs, Ci It
tendon, NlcbolaoB, Poike and Tea Keck..
On Cl(nu Meaai. Ireisoo, MaUory, Bragg,
Stmmcba and Toote.
On tkf Vitlrkt a CofumMa Mers Bitmn,
Mason, Ji.btuwn of Tenuaai, Yulce, Kanntdy,
Uamlln ar.d WCann.
im J'atcnit Mcanrs fniclcr, Thoroaot, Toumbt,
IlcmpiiUi, Blmiiwme ana Tiummuu
On rvllio BvtUHno - Mcurs Ilrtgbt, Palt, Ken
ned j, : k and DoJlttle.
On Tcrrilorai Mrea. O-ern, rJiilaa, 8eb
fan. FH'iatiloC llaun, umiamer ao'i nw.
T Audit Ctnttafrht Esptw o Ik Sintti..
Meaaii. Ji tason. o Tennease i PowtU and Dlaoa.
On rrmting. Mir. 1'iteb, DaTlsand Antboay,
On JMj,nx,cA &U.U Mcaar. Lane, lllgicr and
On Unriiki Diltl. Means, llaun, Bauhbury, and
On Iks ti'tiarp. ilesara. Pserea, Bajard and
Mr. Vvi corrected a mumnileraUndlDg of iom of
th renortar rn ngard to bla reap"n lo Mr. Pro
about tb dbnlaoemeat of Mr. Dnreta from tb
bead of the Territorial O mmlttee. Ue said "ha was
not a paitr to tbe tranaeotlon, nor did he uphold
Mr. Surrn introduced a bill making apprepiuv
Uooa to facilitate tbe aoqulalllon of Cuba by nego
tiation, which was ralbiitd to the Committee on
Pore gn flotations.
on motion or air. iiilb, a resolution was eioreea
Intruding tbe Poet OO.o Committee to ioauln If it
be not practicable la some manner to ar ad the re
cent delaj In tbe taanaiiortatlon of tb mail between
Washington and Boston.
On motion ef Mr Poor, a resolution waa adopted,
instructing the Committee on I'ttanoe t ) Inquire into
tbe practteabUltj of adoitlng soe.e nioio effcotual
and eos nomlca' means of warming tbe publ e build,
lnga of Ue G nernment tbrottbout tbe oouLtry, end
of making aaappmptlatlou for tbe purpose of o
omp'lfhlng tbat object.
Mr Baraae Introduced sereral buls, whlok mued to
teoelTe action at tbe Uat C wgrees. Tney relate to
tbe adrnUtlatratlon of Jiistlo In criminal casta, ap
peals, and writs cf error ; to supply racacclea In sir
tain nice t souoetnlog acsmen, and axendtegtba
act ttgulatlrglbecemsg of paseengera in sttam
After aublbtr nciiUis" session tk Bjnat si
Jouracd. Iloiiae ef KepreerMadTe.
Da idsos ta'd be saw no us for lcdul-
fenou lu Laiab laeguaf e, and cettamly bad no deaire
oburt tbe ridings u any genllaoieo. Hellk.dto
hare fieodnra of speech for hlmaelf, and therefor
would berar treapaas on tbat rlgat a spilled to oth
er. It was a grare error to say tbat tbe Booth
wants to ft rce slavery Uto the territories. AUttiey
aak. ana what Iboj are determined to bare, la. tbat
their ttgbta be pnitoctod In tbe oorumm tairltones of
Ibe ceuntry. lie bolonged to th Netlonal d ocrcy.
It trouble exists In a party, let them be settled, be
auld, lntlde lb crganltatl'ia. He was willing to let
bygouri be bjgowa. While he wanted ta Uouas
orgamrod he woull ncrer Consent to do It by
the elictlon if a fan wheae mantle Is atauwd
by lilond rrllt In "edition. Ue nerer blleTl In
the (.'ocltliie of aaccaslor, and did sot beliefs
In It new. But when a leinle were aggrieved,
riibta trampkid on without redreas, there waa no
other rvruedy. It aa no longer tbe poltttdans sent
Uretomasufactnrepublla opinion who talk about
IhlsgrliTvtiseTlli It waa tbe whole southern heart
which cimoa tip with one v-rtoe to say, "itop, go no
rirther, you bars peaaed tb Biiutooni you mutt
atop wheie you are, or tbe objeota (or wblca the oca
(aderacy waa formed must ca.e.f
Was It to be eipocttd tbat bis eonstttusnta and
tbe State of LoutaUna would conacit tbat this I'nJon
abould te gorerned by a party which advked alare
to rtae in tb B ntb and commit murder. Ut bad
been aaked wbataer he would oonalrer tb men e'ec.
Hon of M'. 8aan caua to SLcetie fioo the 1'i.ton,
and be bad answered, oeiuinly not. He would wai
for an otittacr. but thatoreit act has been oo ja
mmed, end Mr. glwiae Is an aoMeeory before the
tact In tbe laid of Jon Bbowk. Ut aidant lore lor
tbe Lnlon rtomreod Lun to bopi tbe b tier cup wou'd
pass away. Ltt climate, ami, and products settle tae
Mr. Cunn mad a good natured speech, saying he
vea hsmll'sted, after being a member for 11 eua,to
find be waa ibilgadto ssaticutte with men wbo en
dorsed Uepera Lock. Uentleuen en tne Eepub lean
aide, be aafd. hare you no ol'-er member loan Mr.
BaasHUicipabtetif bllingtbe B eekerihlpf Tbe Dsm
orau bare twtity fir ablet) fill It. (Laughter)
You hare aa inaay who nrrer atgnid the paper
reootnuendlce the clreuUtlon if that wore.
He waited an e'gaolrattun and a 'Ittle mote money,
aa for that, te bed at nl borne for
I mousy snottgh to ajtuutbettbof Maroh,l'l.
i WTiieaino Ut h and hu frmda had tafuerd
to anterta'n a propnvitlon lor goti
H indents, nnees tkey eould snot
evr an elortlou can ba effected.
ng over to tbs
w tbat by going
Mr. ComWill ou vote for the Pemocratle aoml
Die if ws csa git nli ety tbrte volee for him f
Mr. Kmiimor Wehtvesald this very morning
amongi (urw.lvie, that wbimverthelemrraicanl
ahow thai tbey will caurentrats tuir votes, ws wll
conelc'er tbe projictit'on,
Mr Conn V bat will you dot
Mr. Lun sines I will vote for jour randldateon
a oei tain ountingi-ucitf my Vvte will elect tin.
Mr. Conn. Ti en aevUbeveeutugh (Laughter)
Mr. Eiaisimr tvt I d'-n't Iniend to Join tbs
Hrmorretle patty lo votcg for Speaker, when I
knew It win be uied agaitet ma Irreef er, and when
thetljtct la to cnsull km In locf looorm Will tus
gentltrranfnra Alabama come up and help to elect
mr eaLdKlate r
Mr. Ccim I wlQ vote frr any natlmal man.
Mr. LTtnoi Cae j u namaa li.miuiat who can
Mr Coin lCcn'lkno 1 wtl try (laughter).
Mr l.iutaiiiit 1 know mu cannot, aud tlms wll
prevs ths truth of n y prec lot on
Mr, Hill I think th're le c enmon ground over
which Mr. Col s snd Mr. Liuatwos cau unite. II
la tkie. refect an aUl Lecji.piou iHmocrat equally
Mr. l'tnistroi I a 1 1 anewr r tbs grrt'eman from
Alal-ama, It will beln a'art te.orttmt I ll ever
give rrr Tote for apeaker to aiy oie Initruui'utal
In fon Ir g upon aa tnlhug eople wbo bad
alosn thai unU Isgerea by a majority i ten then
rand rotes ths worst deipitlsm ever attempted to
le In poeed (spplauee).
Mr. Corn larlied Mr. Dtu inert) ram a Demo
crat and be wouiO vile for hie n.muee.
Mr. UoTtua here roat, aud aaa Ualsnrd lo with
nai)td attention. Us tsld his humble ham had
ttmbifite tbe Hcua, but not through any act of
llii n.r, ." did nut presume to a-n're 1 1 tLe Boee.
kei'a chair. He waa i.."' fut ,b Cr Ihns and wss
wltbtnt arilemntary expeilrnw unacquainted
with the business of ths liouee. He, thsteto , .
no right er rtaeon to xrd aty euoh totena ef
ocntlderatlon and ngardss three hs bad teceived.
Ue il-alred to sxpren his grataful ackno eledg
mtnts to bis pobttcal (i leids wh had atoo I by him,
and meet especially te these from whom be had here
tofore diSsred. UeUtiered to express t) the Us
grtthudr, mi tntLecold laigunse of conveutlosM
lenubut In tbieealale wulde which Iran up from
the heart to tb hp. U withdrew from tb oonteU
and prrcetdtd to nam f eitlrmnl who he as sur
w-iuid bs scceptahle to bo h snlea, b meant ILe o in
eivedv portion cf tie Uouae, wto battle for the
Constitution, and to protet t it fiorn tb ngrj surges
Pioduord by tbs peralat sat court of those who cai
loemibhwlleniibllcana. II Dtmlnitid Mr. Ml J.
aoa, cf irulma, ttustb-g be would claim tbe suprort
t u who are nut oui o-nservatnT la earns, but
Imiti-4 rn,, u,,,te," "belli t "
"V?ltaiobJittf harmony Is so-fS'lio-'t-.
aamsthal aa HiraU
tan beeaeiteo, laradiLa,
Muohenxbt waa mr-ufcaUd to vote, tut Mr.
CUSK,tf New York r, aajtog be prepnaad v
address th Uoua dirsctly oe the qusttlou of orgab
Uetkm, watts be did rot srtect tu show how ths or
gaiJiatioa could be iffucted, Le tbcu(ht what he
wculd say, would show how an oranUattoa could not
Mr. Anaara. If you ran bring about aa ertaiita.
tlor, I hope you will speak Is that effect
Bevetal rotoea Ho do I - "Let's beer Ik"
Mr. Cuss, resuming, said bs Lad besa ca'lad an
Art-Ioinijton and was sot tlcae eccceed of
mercenary argvlolng for the aale of rote fir psek
er. As to tbia i nbl a alander on hm and hi bntecr
mervenailea. be had Irng aro reaobed that po nl of
poliUeel deeiralloo when nothing savl or written
by a Uvfcg man could la the aligbttst dafre laflu.
enc bis action la the organlsathm ot tb ttous,or
any ctber aetton.
In dotnlng hts pceHlon be celed himself a tats'
Khybta Democias, and aal that be bad Masse d
over tb organisation In his district, where Pate I
ana ntonectpei cn.wrs naa combued te aanmt atss.
ltTnaina nn allaelenna te mvau ar arffaatsatlon.
be was s tree aa la flag that waved otree Ik OapV
W. He hadoppoatd Mr. Booocx, because he waa
the eandUate ot ew sdmlnlawnrlau.
Mr. Dtvmaoei (kascrvvxalag) remarked that b
as t knew, ea Mr. Oxen ssao, that Mr. Boneea waa
tb ceanlilaae ot the Admlnra. Wnlh U
apuinadall eu etuS,hw here le do his duty.
All he wanted te knew wa that Mr. atooec- we for
'BLvtv"fT'S lw,aiadriigto eaoy out
the mltatee of tbe fe-oora westi-
induure fcs. or w tan te areaaaa. Mia aniii
WM ajIwryyollUexitM Wmtix W NHM
p.eMd rb opiate U a.l iJI-Lewptoii Dess
enUwhenheoLeMeLSfur tb tts Inda'gea c
ptl'a'e grief or cuoi.Uwet. U sell a ap
peals bad Vein mare to rally to tbe npport of un
Booccc, tx sjrerJoBal grceade, be eel deatred te re
matk tbe he ere e Mortura ma, ead If tksrealaea.
a of tbe auwrTeraaee of these Btatee were te seas,
fottwe and fas ma'i be wtth th Njeth,
Ion o be Uoenee they seoattnoed tbe tenttortal
toller of Its admlnletialton, and he eooVi not ot
fae Item, beeaoe that poHcy was almost as danger.
ons asd fatal o tb peees at d harmony of tbe re
public, a be regarded this eontuuoits wraig about
elan ry. Ue repeeteS tbat be eould eote foe no gentle
Dnbe was committed to auUlit tbe pulloy which
L was c.mmttted ti opfse. Hs would rt for
sen s gtbllen aa atandiag on the domocratte pUUorm
aa be undetatnrd It.
Mr. Mc"ljai n raid some gentlsewn had sited
fur him without tte allehttat aolict . m oi Ms part,
awl aa araay knw, ee.trary to bla wlabea. Ue
Htft'd ills frlenda, aUr tbaoklns thim f r their
kind rrgaid, to votef blmto lomjer. Ue then
eompllmtrted Me. Mitiaoe as a patriot and ft i teen-en,
and entirely oapaU of Oobargtng tb duties
of the chair.
Tb Uouss then proceeded to Tote fr Ipeaksr,
f nasi), 1C Mttxaos, Ml Ounst, (j Irnaa
tres,T Dms,of Irdaaa,4 I 8 tattering, T, Wbol
number l Totes, tie. Keceesart to a c Joica, III.
Another rote was tb n demanded.
Mr. Hot said It wee unnecessary to gooa lath's
nancer. It was evident there eould bene election
wnbeut a fatrnnderatateUag how tbe petronage wai
to be dudilbuted. There waa no sens la this thing.
Us moved ti a-ijouin.
Mr. Wiasuiw ferasnded ens more ballot, aid If
tteiewaa bo elcctinrj, be intended to oner a reaolu
tioitlet from and after bdei,or to-morrow, as
gentlemen might cbouee. no further vote for Speaker
e-eU be taken until tbe bit of Janoe'y.
Mr. DransTT wvuui urate on any conservative
mat, though be ptaferred a Hemoerat. Ue Mked
wbttber Mr. Kvuisjlos tld net four years ago nom
inate Mr. Milaoa f. Breaker, and was not Mr.
Muxsoa, for whom Mr. Ktmmooa did not vote to
day , the see e man be then was
Mr. I.niantei mnarted that, polttcaly, Mr.
Mtixsow was nok Tnmigh he voted against tb re
peal cf the Mlrurl Cumpromlse, it bs saiiparted
lbs Administration on the Lscauptonqueetlen. If
there wss an caTrnce unpardonable, It wss votlnjr
for the 1 comtiton OnetituUon, wblch the people of
Kaneas rcom and loathe, and deUethe men wbo
mate It- (npiiuwiMr
Mr. Bouair, during his rema-ke, aald the reaso
why be atptldta Mr. Krsiauiasto anlte In the
vote for Mr. Mnxeon was tbat te wanted to see a
usltrd Soutb, which would do much lo rebuke the
I nrlovaere of Uelpes's book.
Mr. KTissuae Ignored a'l political and geogrephl.
eel lines, and until be (Beaairt) eoold rally IU
Demoaaie rorcs, ne anonis mi arregn urn wno
waatlccted InftDanoeof tha party, (iptilaues.)
Mr. Btrsmrrr spoke o' lbs lor of Kntoeky for the
VnVn, which wae applauded, aad asked his eol
begue (Aansasoa) why be fid not Tut for Mr.
Mr Aei'iaeow replied tbat he was born aad raised
a Whig and Lad vuird eotialsWtt'y f an American,
and Intended to do It to tbe end of lb contest. Ue
would ant vote for Mr. Miusom be was a Demo
crat and he eould not Ttte for Mr Sntuur, be
eeose hs waa a Republican. Pnrtber, be (Aance
so)wss In favor of th Kansee-Nebraaka bail, anl
eunld not therefore Tote for Mr. Mnxaoa, because be
(Materat) Toted against that bilh, (Laughter and
Mr. Ecsenr, la reply, said tbat Mr. Ermisos
wss bi is at tb time, and with Mr. Miuaon, v.Sed
agalnat the Kaoaas.N'hraaka bill, and yet bis eol
leage could Tote for Mr. Eruaauxi as Beakar.
(Leogbter sad appltase )
Mr. UOi, (apt eking with much energy,) aald
when be yleldet the floor to Mr. Bcskstt, be dll nut
expect tbe letter would stigmatise tbe orsan'setlon
to which be belonged as "the miserable Kno
N4bing J-erty." U bed voted for Mr. Mnxaoa be
eaute be reelected that geutlenAn for voMng eg est
tbe Kanaee-Nobraska b u, and bKatae Mr. Miixeoa
wee ir capable of appointing any whitewashing e an
nnfee. He, (Uil-L,) cam heie ata'aat tbeoppoel
Hon of theDetiociato petty, and with seattmeols
rather culler and rather more Bwtberm than tboiw
xtietaed by Mr. BcseiTT, but hs woud
Lever, so help klm Cod, eonsvnt to de
stroy th stiuituTS under which w Uvs, manly
lxeaua a man wtth oVJ'ctionable political prtoc pie
should be elected to the PrssidrnCTt bs would wait
until eota overt act wss committed before he would
oonaei.ttoatnkeafaealb.ow. He was e eonatltu
ttncal mae. and no other. Ilia rmarka wen n
Mr. Hrmasrr atulngls.d by aajtrg that If In tb
hretr debate te had used the expreail'n of Mmlser
eble Know Noeblrg party." hs wou d Uke It bevk
Mr. Hnxaaldbeoemebeie wtth e Tlew of break
ing up both tbe BepoUuen and Democratle parses,
ao4 ecvctJeg on their ruins a better party.
Mr AaKsssna, cl Kentucky, has th floor for to
I.ltBK FlOn OALIFORMA.
Airlral ef th Oterlausd HnfJ.
SI Istiis, Dee. 21. Tb overland mtH, with
Ban Praoeiseo date o' Ibe Wlh ult, pee ed Malloy'
atallon at twelve o'clock last night, snd will bsdue
hsison Thuredsy. Tbe detentkin of tbe mai waa
caused by the hign wa'er In the rivets of Texas and
tbe novate weather on the Plains.
Tbe steamer Btetr Nevada was to leave Ben Fran,
cisoo on tbe t8tk ult. for Panama, to take Mew York
maila of December Mb.
Tbe etramer Corta reaobed Ban Frandsao on ths
tttb, causlog much rej sdeg.
A eevere gale occurred on tae 84th, ttodlng th
tints snd causing much daresg to th shipping In
tb harbor. Th schooner Oereral Mo-gan wa
sunk, aad several others were eertotiely Ir jured.
A fire occurred In Ben I'ranotrei en tbe Kith, da-
etrojug propetty te the amount of tea thousand
The Australian brig Iveck from Rio Jauerlo. which
waa euppoaed to have f juudercd, hat been found
anoborvd on tbe Mexican eoaet, with twoeallnrson
board In a starving cocditlon. Tbe temalnder of
the crew were area, eserptmg tkree sailors who
landed ba boat at Sen Blase.
A slight sbork of sa.thquak waa felt at Baa Fran
claco,onthoUtn. It waa rumored at Ban Freaclson that thaB'na
lirla' e uteet would be narrowed dean to Wstxn
Sid BaiDwiM, asd tbe tbcOon, It wa suppoeed,
would ba poetponed unlO next session.
Tbs revenue cutter, Wa. L. Mercy, bal returned
to Ben Fisseleco, being unable In lend at 1 arralooe
la'and, Ui conarquence of e severe gale.
BuaU-eoa lu Baa Fraerteoo waa du L aad since the
depeiture of the lest insd, no teles ofalmporlance bad
Funs Ckartste w, Ta.
CJIarleifovn. The 21 Ibe mllltarr are dallr
Iraviog, a fwt as the lallioad sea carry them home
ward. TbtPmecaaUsUaards left this mortdrr.
Tb mflltery s oven meet wUl cesse o Beturdsy,
heat Oin-tal Tailirsiao snd hie staff will depa t,
Tbe eelorattrei ot tt eird governmeat and civil
lights will be tbe occasion of a graad JubiUe among
Prealdmt Boweries baa adtraaed a not to Aa
Mlw fJi'irr, aiklng wbetbsr Bravsna will U
tried In ths I'niUd Btat s Court cr by the Vlrg'ula
sut bomb a Mswaatnable to lite any deflaite an
sa er, on account ef tbe refusal of Attorney aeauiaa
to eater a neUe iiroscoef.
Ttw HevcsnoM ef lb Sewtbtra Sledewt.
rtiiO'UlfMa, Pte. 21 A morning paper
etaate tret a Ceepatch was rootlted isst evening
fiomstversl Bouttern 8-natore, adrlftng the etu
Srnts n4 to ntv In polhlc, but to stay "here they
are le la a'so reported that tki fatrtrs of some of
ta students tsVgtsfLsd to theli sons not to Jinn 1
Woikhfton, Ike tl. 'ihe American and
Whig opijotir.cn numb re. In caucua tela morning,
agreed lo still vote for Mr BorxLia.
Tbs erptoleneyot having a ree.t for cffired by
one of their number, ot cleric g Mr. Miluoh, of Vir
ginia, Bleaker, was oooaldersu, but nit atopted.
11 la the prtarnt deetgu or tbe majority of the
Bcna'steadjeur to-murre uat I Moaoay, and from
tieu uatd ltundar, and from the la uaiaed day
to theMloelrg Monday, In order teaffutd nerabera
aa opprrlunlti tosena the balUsvs st rome. There
Willie i neush Biiiatiirs bare In the meantime to
oteduct tbs lormshry tf edj rumlrg.
A tar number of nomination wer seat to th
Senate today. Ihey laelussell ths appolatreeati
made during tt lee-is, and ths aa, of Paancii J.
(J a van aa Consul to Havre. Nona cf t'sia wsis
sclsdia fuitner than btug referred loth spprc.
r riatc oommitiaee fur examuaeoa.
Heellag ef Ue flailaaal Anaeiicaa Osatre.1
mUule'jAia. Pec St. Th National Ameii.
can Oeotial Oommttbi c aivensi to-day at th
AeiertreaUouss. Ilea Jeona Baewa was appoint
edC' airman, acd BaskTaa Boaoan, Secretary.
A &.ram!tt wae then epiiclnt- d t eonf wrlth
Ihe Coa-mlttae sppoutel by toe WesbUatoa meet
Irg, onThuieday nlahl, taosl'sr plea of m-
fan'ratva forvnamgtbe oppo.it oa to tk Adoalai
rattcn, orealrUgo' A U U. Brswaar, or Vlrtmla!
AsTuoar Inwiai, ct Matylaca Baasnis Baooaa.
ot New York i B avail DnaoeM, ot Ksatucky, and
Jaoon ltaoon, ef Pennaylvsnia.
A ccenumee was also spixanted to prepare aa at.
dree to the American people, tie other action ws
Tb seasiosj was cble Sy devcted to a prints dlacus
alc of Ihe claims of a nuntsr ct ptoccunt msa t
fill th ProaUentta: chair.
feeelhera Btadenu aavd tb Baktsaere It, K.
raAfiAea, Pte tl. Tb report publlshel
.. noeapnpere hara, taat the Keltlmor and
v aablLgtuo Bauiaad Oorapaav taeued free paaie to
outbarn students, I vrttbouttouadaalen.
I irr firm Havana.
Hn Wean, Pte. 21.-.Tb etaamthip Cc
bawbe has arrived Lsio wtth klavaaa dales U tb
Buiar wa bueysnt, aad holders demanded an
sdvanoe, which buyera wan reluctant te locate t
Tb suck wa HCtt Usee, nfeiuat Sl.CtiO at th
earn Urn last year.
Par tit Uehlnt,d,n
KocUtni, lft., Pte. 21 1 Coramsrdal
House la this caty ws totally deabreyel by fire last
tight. Lrea aUot u.aM,two tile cf which Is
tne-sd. yu fainog wf cblmtrr klttad aasras
Bxaaa, and ssrarely lajured Lews Leva aud J anas
Klu Love B u thungM wlU di.
CAPTAra Srsin. cf thsDcmVay army, has
aeaatiraUd from Zaatlbar, oa the cast Coast of
Africa, 11 6 dag. Bonth, which b Ufi fa Jan.
167, ahoatbW or W anOea tat tWIntartorof
alca. and la th Utt ttyaata, akt U U 800
aaUat I g. ejrhaa aoa thara en d bflxdattl4
esc. sfcmiK OsfKA-t Brawathiai h ha db
MTerdtouroof th Mi) aad th Eoyal
UocrUoal Boolsty tf Utioa appaar uthb
Reavlaseieaars In Tug.tl.
Th BlebmooJ, Va., mtf says, tbat tb
ladle of tbat attate bar began to act on th
con- brtareoare poliey. It yi t W bad tb
paeaswra, a raw erenmgs ago, or attemung a
' 'homespun party," gven by a patriotic lady of
this city, who excellent good sens prompted
bar te (ubttitat dead for weeds, and to Laaun-
orda. and to Inaurtt'
1st at one that systwn of self dspendeoc
wblch bag beta th them of th Innumerable
pobtle meetings held f eceatly la every county
of tk But. Th party era a detided, a bril
llent sneoaaa. Mora than a hundred ladle and
psntleenen, belonging to tb most reported fam
ilies in th city were present, all of whom ware
attired, in part or la iU, la garments made of
Virginia fabric, rsorenln Virginia looroa. I
waa strictly a "Virginia o'oth'' pany. At a mat
ter of eours, tb ladles war far la adraoc of
th gentlemen. In their costume. Blany of the
latter wore but a tragi articl of clothing mad
cf material produoed and mannfcctnred la tb
ItiaU torn. Indeed, had not area ao much at a
Viral bla pocket handkerchief bat the ladles,
without exception, were dressed bom top to toe
In home msde sppareL And It tu wonderful
to sea how th nlala homesoun bacam thetn.
W wsi particularly itrack with th effoct
which gaslight and a little trimming produce
tipw th commonest whit cotton otnabnrgs
and flannel. Only by lb closest Impaction
would the eys be convinced that this rough,
ourset'uff was not the fioest crape Cathmare,
of a very delicate cream color. Nor were the
Una and the brown homespun plaids lest becom
ing to tbe fair waaiera than the otniburgr. Rot
an article of Jewelry wai to ba sees aay where,
tot an artificial flower or ornament of any kind.
Even tbo laces were mad at home of ordinary
Dlmlag la ArizaeMU V? Banpj
Our mining Inters its, says the cwreipondent
of the St. Louis iJrpaWaoan, are dally becomtng
more Important. Tbe Bonore Exploring and
Mining Compsny bare an eogtne re roofs fur
the wotka, wh'chwU atrlve early next year,
and enabe the Company to radaci then rich ore
In auantitlea to render It rerr brontable to share-
h'jUert. Tby continue to get out weekly fro a
five to e!,ht hundred dollars, which it csst Into
small bars, and affords a convenient circulating
medium. Their sliver ommanda a premium of
six per cent., and mm in the Btatee, and 8-mora
merchenu prefer It to gold. Tbe Cabaki Com
pany la also making arrange ent to Inlrodaoo
machinery and commence ihawork on an ex ten
alt scale, and the Un'on Mining Company,
under the management of Col Tittr, Is laboring
vigorously for success. The other com panto are
doing little at present, Th Boundary Mine la
to be worked by a company of capitalist from
8. Louis. The mine wss oUoorered by Mr.
Ooido KcsTxt, nndoubtidly the most compe
tent and ex parienced assay er and mlnraloglt
wa bare among at, and, after several careful
assays, be pronounced It rich and easily worked
flax IK CBMI5B SraxxT. An accUcntal
lire occurred lait evening at six o'clock, la th build
ing Mo. tt Carmine street, owned by the Empire
Building Association, Th fire originated la aaattl
room , occupied by a Mra.WaTxr, Tbefcu-nltur
of tb different tenant wss damaged loth silent
ptrha 112c1, meal I j by water, aud th building
waa but allghtly Injured.
Tu a Houiiats. Broadway and othsr lead
ing business streets sre thl week all allv with so
tlrs prrparatlon for lb approaching holiday. Th
stores art all decked out In their gayest garbs, and
In tb windows of th aumsrout toy shops, Bant
Claua figuree of aO stylea and signs great the eye.
General y clad la th gayest colors, sll bearing tbe
same benevolently j illy grin, and lalen with knkk
neck a cf every deeeription, their exterior U sufn
ciei.t to make the "holiday gtn" p'acaxda by their
sides perfectly eupeinuoue. Everything almoet I
labillsd "holiday gift" oe elegant ChrUtmiepro.
ent,' fiom dull snd photographs to plana snd silks.
In on window even est enormous sksleton skirt I U
bt lied 'handsom holiday gift."
Before th church doors and nsar th chapels of
tiensTolent Institution ht various part of thecityi
piles of Israels, spruol and other vergreen may be
seen, whit in th Interior acere of nimble hands
work to th music of msrry voiees, the evergreen
sprigs In wrtstha, ornamtnt and mottoes, bearltg
tidings o ) and good trill to men.
Trade In th poultry line 1 at brlak aa usual on
all the rallwaya and packet Unea to the oil, and
everything premiers nothv Merry Christmas and a
HPpy "aw Year.
BarvnurAK Natiohal Committee. Thl
Ocmmlttee held a meetli g yesterdey, at the Aetor
Bouse, for the purpose of making ths pre'lrulnary
arrangements for the coming campaign of 180.
The iTooeedlnga wen bsd with closed doors, but
B bi undi tstood that Oovtruor K. D. Mosaan, ot this J
The C imlttee, after long aons'daratlea, decided
te have tbe Bepublloaa Convention to nominate can
dldatea for President and YKeTieeldent, to be held
at Chicago oa the 16th of next June.
Nearly all tbe pre mlnent Republicans not at Wash;
Ington were assembled In this city. As a Better of
ooursr, Turanow Wsan wss on hand all day, looking
rut for Mr. Bswaao's Interests. Us returned to Al
bany but evening Is the P, M. train, Uudson Bivsr
Ballroed, leaving ths Committee to agrse upon the
cuw htioa of tbe call. At a Ut hour lei t night ths
Committee were bually engaged In debating th te
t.or of the call. It Is underetocd that tbe delegates
from the Middle and Eastern Btatee IneUt thatth
caU ahall be made, to Include all Free BoJ Americana
aad Demoorata opposed to the present Almlnlstra
tkn. This prepoattlon is favored by Ibe friends ot
Gov. Basis, of Massachusetts I U.B Senator Cane.
bow, ot Petm. t and Gov. Casta, of Oun, wko would
thus Improve the chances for the nomination. The
dsh gates bom tola State and the Western Btatee, on
ths contrary, oppoee ta abot preposition, and favor
aoellfora straight out Republic aa Convention
Tbey favor Bawaa for ths Presldsnry.
Wma GixuiAL CoxMTga. This Com
mittee met last evening at Tuner's HteL Our re
porter not being admitted, hs picked np cutalds th
fotowtng Infomstton of their proceediag.
Mr. tftnaa preldsd,asd Dr. Donos acted lath
capacity if Secretary, rrobably there was la the
vicinity of eighteen pertoa present, Including the
A aerie of resolution wars offsrsi, on of which
Oiusisd aa skct'onof ce.Vgatea lo lb Committee,
to ba held next Wednesday, beta eon ths hour of (
and T o'clock, P, M.
A msoibei Irqulted If thai Interval wos'd bt amp Is
cough to enable th polling of all ths Whig votes In
ash ward. Another member remarked, St wou'd la
his ward, as they polled at th last primary, six or
Member No. 1 said bs was satisfied that It oae hour
wsa sufficient to poll the whole cf th Old Uu Whig
Toti(lalhward cf member No. t, the votes oouid
be pelted In a much leas Urn la bla ward.
Th resolution then peaaed, a di 1 el a ccssdSng
ons, eeteb lining th ratio cf representation at B dale
gates from each ward. Oonetderablo debet occurred'
In which, it Is said, ccs member sesuisd tb Ocm
mrttee ttat a dsgallen of thre frosn eash ward was
suSclsnt, and another thought that thai should b
six daleate from saoh ward, which would enabl
tb (Ltlr Old Lin Whig Party to meet together,
and convert of a good old Cms gon by. It ws
a Tory Ut hour befor ths kArne adjourned,
ansx-s--a-saassaaaxee-aB a as a
risantn' 11 Tsa. A mettnf of th
Flrerura waa held Uat vnlng at Flreaien's Usl for
tb rurpce of making ths Moeasary; arrsngeeoents
to attend ths funeral of raaatcu Cam, wko died oa
Tuasdry last, from Injuria received while running to
a firs, ths.ltth cf but November,
The meeting passed resolutions cf sympathy and
condolence with the bereaved teaaVy, and resolved to
participate In th ceremonies.
The funeral takes place at 0 Avenue A, to-day, at
Paon rot tear roa Emuibabt Aairatr Tioi
bt ad IlOTM. Sv, rnDLBBa A meeting of tbe
delegates of th verloui benevolent seclstl of this
dty, whoa object It U to protect aad sestet seilgruU
oathslrBnlvalatthlJ port, ymterdsy took Uosat
th efflo of tb 0 erman Bavlag' Bank, ta th Cooper
Inat!tute. Thsdrsitef aematibitioa wstsuhtnirted
by th ooa ttte ippctntsd at a termer meeting, and
aceAd after a ahoit debet. B wa mdsred to b
printed. Th meeting tasa adjonrnad.
It It statd that rndg Faaxxb dioln th
V. B. District Attorneyship, mad vacant by Mr.
Btroxwiok's death, and la th atteattm ao bug.
a I transaoied la the office bar.
raraav Tb ladle corsct4 with th church
cf the Oood Baaratd (Pies tlasonaU are at present
boldlacafairattie. ttt Oroalway, tor the psrpoas
ef rstaUgfundslobe aw d towards tkesesupl.
Uon cf their cbttrch.
At Mcsart BaB. the has ef Bt. Ann's barch
(tee tbe Beef and bumb,)re boUlngafelr sortU
henenlof th eurxvrbl U Ik ealyeaalath
Cased wrbarethe aarvl L7eill In Ue
ACoKPUMUlALr Dajx lsr.dered loEergt.
r. B. Ctox, of tU N. V. Vclurt r, by tb members
cfth Tlst tUgtmstit, "Ameriee Ouesd," take
plaee tomotrow tvanlnf at tb ApoDo Booms. As
a (saUeasan, and a soldier who served la Ibe army
doling th late war with llextoo, BOrgt. Ooec U de
tetvmg of this high compliment.
Halt OarnaJi Astlcm. Tb renlar annl
Tettary of the Protestant Aey'um f half o-phen
aad destttote cbOdren, at No, 10 West 1Mb street,
cam off yesterday monlrg.
Her Mr. CmrsTtaoptncdtb meeting wtth p-sr-er.
Mr. M. C. Oian teal tb Treeaunr and S M
tetary'a repotts, which showed th recoVe of the
inetttutlon to bs $10.T0S C2; txpsndl.urea, $ '.0 622 M.
tearing a balance on band in tketisssuryot lltl M.
There are at prsoeat la the Institution til chudrea.
AJler the eke of tb aJvtrsary sxsrclaes Rev.
Mr. Cmuvr deUtersd a ti-tt address lo th half
orphans, who aftsrwanls went through with a vari
ety of echool exarclsca la a mannsr highly creditable
to their teachers.
Gotkmob or Tirr Alms Oog la makiig
up the City official canvass of the Deem") election,
the nam cf PaTsim McrU.anr,on of the'esndidat'
for Oovernor of tbs Alms nnee, was Inadvertantly
emitted. That gsntleman received tirsnty ot
thousand fiv hundred and Uxtr-thre Totes for the
cfliet above named.
Tub Salb or ins I'sion fnir Ls tses,
which waa to take plase yesteiday noon at tbo Ciy
UaS, war sjaln postponed until th ttrth Instant
Inquest, AootdeaU, fttd.
Ike Lett Catastrophe la Brand Htrrel.
isg ar cros tub nowxs or thb xi rtiit.
Coroner Sciiinwra, on Wednesday empan.
nellsd s Jury et the 1st Ward nolle t stattott, to hold
Inquests upan ths bodies of Mr, Wa. J. Eir and a
policeman, Joan STtaaar, of the 1st Precinct, wbo
lost their lives by the falUrg of the waiehouat No. M
and M Broad street, on Toeeday evening. Mr. Fit
lived at No. lot Bask ett st, Brooklyn, anl waa widely
known. At the Uat Charter election In that city he
waa the Demociatto candidate for Alderman In the
(th Ward. A Urge t umber ot his friend vteited the
polio station yesterday, to lotk upon his remains.
Mr, Briwaar ws also wall know, and esteemed at
a good man and aa efficient officer. Mr Errand hi
sou were passing at tbs tlms on their wsy te Dratk.
Ij a. Tbe ton escaped tmbartced.
The first witness examined was Mr. Cnu. K.Citrr,
a e'erk In Mrsers Bear A Lc waxa's tir I b said.
-i i wv a nv. v n aen'ogron strvst, Droexiyn,
was in th stmt about 6M o'clock on Tueedty after
noon, at whit h time the first oraah occurred 1 wa
In front of ths i and th craeh appeared la the
rear; Bran Warn, the peiter, and a number of
clerks wer in the store at tea time I I ran into the
street, but anon returned and found that all the clerk
were safe, and tb potter soon same out of tbe cellar
uninjured I Warn waa sent to notify tbe Insurance
Etrol, but could not find them, ana returned with
gme Co. No. 10 I when th fir amen arrived, th
gaa waa tuned off In tbe eeoond story tbs polios
then cure end the crowd was cleared and the door
war locked I about half aa hour afterwards, whil
w wet standing in tbe street talking about th oo.
eurrenre. tbe second erssb took plaee I wee stand
ing near the door at the Umendonfbe arlag the noise
Inside, ran away I a few minutes afterwsres tne front
wall fell ss soon as th duct cleared away, I hasten.
ed to the ruins In hope to dig out those who had
been naught by the wall I dkl not eee Mr. Ety, and
am not acquainted wtth him the first person taken
fiom the ruins waa a woman I several there were
extricated, among them Mr. E.T and policeman
Brewers I tena'ned at tbe ruins until X o'ctook I
there waa an a ra for fire, and a greet crowd bad
gathered about the place be-ore I left I should think
iners were snout duvu di or nour in tns oiulo
ding the most of tee flour was on the third floor I
we have fiaquently bad the atore aa full of II mr as
it would hold, and tbs building wet not damaged by
tbe weight 1 knew tt waa not very etr'ng, aud we
totlfitd the owner tbat It eras giving a 'Ittle i he eent
a oerpentrr to the plaee yoaterday, and bs brought
some pieces f ttoibt r, which be plseed In the ee'lar
aid Iben left I I de not know that bs parformed any
work the dividing wall In the oal'ar was e racked
nar the smb. and it wa for tliepurpwe of strsngih
enlsg this ach that the en-pouter wss sent for i we
eiectnatent'y receiving sad fellverlngg ode, snd It
would be leepneelbl to sey on what oonaaton ws had
ths beavtaat amount of merchandise lo the store
lsst winter ths store wa packed to Its utmnat cure,.
city when th aoe'den t happened, the stole waa
not q"He full.
Toe above testimony waa al that wa Uken, snd
tb est waeedjiurncd until 10 o'clock this mo n
lng. Tnefo'loalur gentlemen compose tis Jury e:n
pannelled by tbe coroner I
If r. Joan MrCiaa.aia Jr., of WeodhuTl st,
Tr klym Mr. J. U. Nswrna , ot 1 I Front st. Mr.
W .1 Uvecar. of CF Front et i Sir. B II. Hlaot.tr.
ot Cl Froit et.i Mr. Bviraue Warra, of M ,ront u,
Mr' R. Ceooir, of B3 Fr nt at , New York.
Among tbe witnesses summoned are several ear
prttere and buUdera, who wUl glva their opinion as
to the structure of tbe but ding.
To th Editor cf tit Bun IIsTlng ttaUd In '
Uat FrWJey'a Bun, that Buawasiriesxa, SIS Peart
street, waa armted aa a receiver ot stolen goods and
leckedup, Uagroa error, and a mieetatamsul of
facts a togi thsr, as thesald Scawaaveaseaa, 4U
Peart atreet, wea tea tdont cat penon arao geve Infor
mation to tbe pouce, aad had tea lUaf arrested.
Th Cesaaaalanere ef Kaajgmtiett.
This Board yesterday afternoon held lit rega.
lar wreily m.etmg, a wnich Mr. ViaiLiSX prsaie
ed. Thsbambor of emigrai U arrivsf at this piet
up to tbe iseeeut Oat, emnueted te Tl Sll agaiaat
tl.,t arrived her up to th aeme date laat year.
The number of emiaients arrived during the pest
weik amounted tr Vlt. Beanoe of eoiacautafoa
futidtn thebank, tS.0tg. Te speelai eaauttee
to whom the matter wae tererrad, in rrgard te ta
claha of S 1 ttt agamat ta city tor th rent of tke
building In Franklin etreet, walck wee taken by Ibe
Boaid of U.altb to be rsed aa a Cho a Usi.ltal
ounng the e4oemlc Inlets, reported that the ety
naa carra or ivjior en rent ue ueatie uaraen,
andthatn natter would be eett'd by tae pay.
turn! of tbe balaaca cf til Tld report wa
eocciSed, aud tae Vomaaltta dlreeUd to nuckatge
sue oaut. i ne voana euea aojoaxnaii.
Bewrd ut EdaeaOeav
Tbe ternl monthly meottrg of lb Dosed took
piece lealtvoaleg, Prealdent Bicsiae ffaaas. Esq.
iatteohalr. theeobool etniere ul tae ti Warn,
aakrdkaaipropiait net $1 Stl for MWeeaoolmr
uture,et tsetffuiiae' tne IStn Ward, asked aa
eiprcpnetuitioftl von, tapu came e ttte for a new
Piunarj Bcbool, lobe bullion Beat ltd street, BAh
spphcatkes wars ratrrvd. To Prealdent of the
kCexdttrn acamtord that Ue txesutor oftsru
Oaoet aaoa, bed tranfurrd to tbo Board secuntua,
in tne wsy of bonds snd mortgagee, and about gi.l u
In cash, n a I lng In a 1 IOIlu,toe am mil devuwd
by us late Mr. Sim Uaoevsaoa,to ibe Beard f
EoucaUnu,tbemvatedlaalib airy oianeoted erltk
tae Free Academy, qbscommuatoaaun tithe Board
waa referred to tbe Finance Committee, to leporl at
ths it scaetirgwbiltartb sscurlilse are seta or
n.4 Amctlon ass then made by D-, Eeasa, of tk
fth Ward, to open and clue tb areata ackooe
wAh th rtaclrg cf a chapter of tb Holy Boctyturea,
bittt mo Ion beirg ebjectedlo. tie matter wa
droiiied. After traaaattuig e me utmneas ef miner
Importance, ths Board a Jourasd.
rollof InteUigenc, fco.
Roamsa A BUrxos. Wk. Ilcang tad tig
wi'e CeTnaama were arnrted imtnday by Offieera
Jouaui ai d saxauck. cf 1st Cth Precis ct, er.ergad
vrtth bieak Irg open the t'unk of Jse Bsaats, wbo
boarded wtth them. In Muibsrry street, ead robbing
It cf BtrT ta gold coin. Through tht adrottaee of
he l He-re, the petti wtrs tneuoed to eonnes their
guilt, bet Mia, lirsuta etalmathat ahe waa ootapeU.
ed by her husband to asalst ta commlttinjr tbe theft.
Tbe money wea reoovered from a laving Bank wbsr
It had b- ea deposited, and tb pilecaar war lock
ed up lo answer,
AlXXGID DALLTlIttr. OttTATB Fvobol.
ssr, a Us Caaat Bee it, who ws arreaesl I th
(pilngef 1M cibaiBea with rebbmg the haUof Mr.
Use. Ba wa, and who got iff by giving at raw bell,
waa oa Wednesday te arrested, and Juste Stat
lock d him up for trial.
Allkoib Dimbbsblt LlonB Tboxai
alcaaaaa, Uadar of Mnnatsn's lira Band," wa
antsted on Wednaaday charged with ksejpUg a dl
erdsrly hous tt Me. 619 Biz n avenus Some of his
neighbors are tte oompletnanta. The accouasd gsvs
hall, bstore Justlo Qcacxxssrjsa, for bi appear
ar.ee to en wer.
Aixiqed LAcsr bt A Watt arAS. Wt.
Bum, on cf tb ''Msrchant a Po los," wa arrested
yeeterdsy, charted with stealing copper free the
brig & U. Kennedy, wkicbhehed ebarg ef. II U
further alleged that be sold the mat to Jaa. Uaa
swotow, a luak dealer, from whom tt wa reoovered.
g ra was held by Justice Coaaou.t to an r,
AixaakD IloRsa Taiaraa. Ootlbib Mil
ls and Bnw. IL Coulee, alleged to ba boras thieve,
Trerearrmtrdyesti lay biU.teettvesTlSMsan.la
soaandDsvoa In their pasaasiloa was f mnd a bay
mare about jeais old, and a dark greea wagon,
whlob. It U aapineed, we to ea from Port Jeivls
en Tuesdsy evening. Tb prkrocert ar at the pone
teerlq -oris awauirg e rami n alios, and the hone
and wsgoa ar in ebarg of th polio, waiting for
Chabob or Bapb. BrjiJaJtnr Wiluams,
kseper cf a groggery al Me. (t Jamas street, was ar.
reeatd yeatereay, charged wltb hevlrc, oa Taeeday
Ughi. oornrnltted a rape upoa the peretn of CeTaA
n OLaaarsa. a vounr atrl who resided U tk bene.
Ta soraasaa ef th girl lor Up, earned the wife cf
Wuxiuia, and aha rushed Uto the room and boU
herad hei tuabead wUhaatoU. Jristtoe Ooexwu.r
locked the fellow up.
V, ClrenU Oenrt.
The 'OctarooiH case wee to hara comes
ta this Ocia-t, hot e lb Court eras te hwefytnga.
gedtenearri new, tns aeetear w psavfoaea t
vee are jra
CUlQm 'Skmiaw AeeimlJoHn MittltZl Boncawaitathhakttef maajag eosn pure
tAJ!'"&l&JllZ!2? a a-i-Uib.
B A axelew Wtxew fJaB wAjtjVaai WkTJnmWWmmW aBJJLjF BaaBBMBkH Vraaej w. war
vvlt, by riaeoa of v.t!cb a -.oil pecutiar eceUsul .
Then is ecotber ease renrttrg srr-leg rail cf tk
sen M4I-, brought by on Mi, lloey, who
waa threw a ue the p at tbs same Oms Tbe
Muwmgar tbe facta In Ibe esse. Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs.
Hoey, and anher lady, who sra put upon
tb stand e a wltnews, '- , together 1st on
aventog la Norember, of l, end as ttsy wer
ero-tegCbatbam etreet, at the point stated, Mrs.
n?L. ',S ,Mo2 a b Mm, Mitchell, and
eeoondbytwtlneee. Mia MVmLu turaedto see
U any tan or c were eomhuj, end nr-nscaht
looking for Mrs. Uosy tbst lady wa not to be found.
Bbe said II wee a eery foggy .nf hi, and therefor.
when Mrs. Mitchell on monoel feeling about the
dark fir her leaetag companion, sb also disappeared,
and tbs blndermoet (arson, th wftnees, am that
she tad fallen Into a eewer , whie't te alleged to be
seventeen fett deep. II turned out tbat npoa arriv
ing at the bottom of the sewer, Mrs. Mitotull found
h friend Mr. Ilcey, who bad preceded her Into
that place of e eelront. Tbey veer taken out
and sent home, snd now al'egi that they
have soUiad (rest Injurlrs anl pa'n, and
lost much, tlms In coneeqneaoe of tbe fall
Into the aevrer. Mrs. lluey li not s much
hurt aa M-a. tntckell, wbo bad to be carried to the
stand by two men. Mrs. Mitchell says tut before
her Injuries she made 11 or 1 1 per ruouth by waai
Ug) but shs now asks the city to pay her go.C04.
Tne dtfetce Is tbat thsolty know nothing of th
matters slgvd,and therefore it dent theoi. II
wasputmavidesei oa tne tnai that the Turd Ave
nue R,llrned Company wee tbe party t blame, tbe
dehnlabt alletug that on that day the Compsny
hsd ben repairing Its track, snd hsd left the evwtr
tspoaea. xns until ru'ea out mat evtaeu notu
mg tost me snion wn i ropt
dry, and stalirg that If the f
lng tbat Ibe action wae I roperly b-ousbt sgalust tie
g met u the recta euezoi or in city
ere true, It had Its rtmfdysgslnst tbsCompany. Tbs
Ontut (Judgo IVtrerant) seated tbat ths city wis
dlnctly rcsponaible fur tht conditioner theetree's,
no mauer no w aacy cams in any pnruoaiar piujui.
Kimnlt.CnrUtit m. Wtltctt. ThU eta vu
reported m the nn of tretday. Th p'-alnVff wa
now nevenlied, on lb ground that when hs rested
his case, he bad ant ehown that tbe debtors In the
former case bad any property at to Km of th ex
fSspresne Ceart-At Caaaeaera.
7s Com ef Pfnner.tkt PropU, rs. Jon
D. I'frvmer Ihe prisoner la this wail known case,
was tried sidoontlcUd of manslaughter, end sen
trnoid therefor to two ytsrs la the Beats Frteon.
Cout stl new epplied for leave to alow the prisoner
to go on bell, they hslng made out a btli or sxcrp
tknsupon whlcb tospptsl thertas. For this resemi
tbe esse was brought befor Jusllc Usrke, upon
eertiQruri. Motion o alod.
FAtra rilTiiyntt, adminUfrator,f., r. Michvl
J.GternTbit aebknass brought by tlis plaintiff
to reocver damsgrs for lbs death of kit daughter,
which eorurrel under the following clrcuraetaucec
In Mareb, 1909, the defendant, wb was a cm
tractor for th oeilag of Mi strtst, between fifth
and Sixth avrataes, w aa tigsged In blasting roc is
tbsrr, on the afternoon of tbe 86 of Marea. About
alx o'eleck he caused a very beery blast to bs tred.
Theie being no proper covering, as required by th
Corporation cedino. a stent fromtli bleat was
thrown a dlatacce ef 900 feet, end struck the roof of
lbs plaintiff s bouse, and brtakleg through Us root
aad oral log, fractured tbe skull of the plalatuTs child,
a girl of If years, broke her arm, and otharwlee
erlouily Ir Jurad ber that aha died In two days. Th
defendant urges, a bl defence, that tbe aooldenl
was earned by tbe tegtlgenoe of ths blaster, and not
by ths negugsno of hinmeif a oontractor. Vsrdict
Tht Bcwntftn .(. tutvil C. Root . JtkKmri
O. tlaruhotn. Thla sctwn ws reported In ta Bun
of korember tSth,! which Bm It cam up on
melton lo amend th pleading. It waa aa action
for libel, the plaintiff charging tb defendant with
having aald that he bad "ewora ta seventeen use,
either of which would take bin to Btato's Meon.''
Tb c7fndant Ju-tined bl ststementa, admitting
tbat tb number of he aald to hare been sworn to
might lave bea soenewhatexeggerelel, but everrtng
tbat tbe fact tbat the plamttS had sworn toe Urge
number of Ilea, w is as stated. Ths Cane wae now
tried, and resulted In a verdict fort plaintiff for
Oenrt ef (leasml rUaalene.. Wedaeedny.
Joseph Dodge,chrged with picking the pocket
of Mary Anne Clarke, Inaa omnibus, on the 9th of
November, and taking from bar tbe euin of 137,
waa tiled and convicted. lie waa sent to th Sis'
Prison for S years and mouth. Solomon Fissman,
charged wtth robbing Ann Broem, on ths night of
Not. 10th, at Old B Ip, of bar watch aud $l, wa
tried and convicted. Koma ruled fur eentenos until
John Callahan, charged with filouloa astault on
DennkaMunns. wtth lntnt to kill him by subbing
htm with a knife, on Nov. Hth, In Muuln." gembltog
ealoon, wae omvlcted cf alople a ault, II being
peeved on Mum1 own evidence, thai be (ttuUlne)
gave tbe first bkand tbat tbe diepuu arose through
tiallahan'a declli Ug to gamble any further. MulUna,
sftev leevtngth steed, waa somewhet aetonksiej ae
Jury, wno at one Indicted htm. Ue p'eaded not
guilty, aad will be triad to morrow.
Mary Walter pleaded guilty to keeping a dorder
lv bouse, and was remendod for esnteuoe. AHbur
Dully and John BoyUn, charted wtth an attempt to
peae ecus tcrfeit money, were diacbargel oa uspn
ssonofjurs ent, II betiur shown tbat tber were 1st-
noranlthat U waa oounttirfeit. Terence Farley,
tnao on a onarge oe reoearuag itoun gooos, waa ac
quitted. EmmaColbum waseonWiwdonaeharg
of exit larceny, and lemended. Cathariae Bwver,
cotivkttt cf petit larceny, waa also reminded.
Thome McClure, William Harrison and Stephen
Bean, wen tried on a charge of trend larsmy, and
acquitted Adilphua Vena and Mary Anne Boberte
ware charged with keepAsg a Cleorderiy houee.
Van waa otaiTtoted end eenleuoad to tbe penitent y
for seven montaa. Kobarta was aoqulitsd.
Caleadar Tbareday, Dee. UU,
V.S.PietiictCrt.-tiat. 112, 7, 0. 101.
Bvrm Cetirf rruf( Pff f N-e.'W"Xt
1S;, ItSO, H9t, 7I, thSI, tSSS, kSSt, tn39, NL
tots, Soto, ttt:, vtt,SJei,i:M,.joi,t;, i,
rtft It Nes.tli, 4,C08J.
Bvnrrms Coti'l f'lwnel Trrrn N. Sit lot,
tit, hi, fit, Ui, tit lo 10,8, C, IIP, 111, ill, 111,
1V8, ill S
BvHnr Coirtrart T No SSL
WI It Nca. lama as vcate'dar.
rut I Ni. ', !,!, irs.
llx, it, lt, lon.lol
ton wttbei.t e Jure )
(To be tiled by Judge UU
'set ff. -Noe H, Its, lt It, 131.111,114,
ltd, Ho, l, (To be tried by Judge Btedr without
Scii-wan If vidib or A Crnztif or Maw
Iobk at IIonoatM. Ye erday morning about
o'clock, tb body of a man, walok wassebss
queitly Wtotiltd aa tbat ot Donrf Lsaassxe, a
wai ktown German, attrsgtd la distilling and
manufacturicgsjnjps andsoedials, at Ms ;01 North
Moortrttt, Nsw Yerk, ws foutd lathe water
wedged la between sons rocks aadtksesa wall,
within a fsw rods of S bl)' Cave, in Uobokea.
Jcstlo Jaatn O'NaiL totk th body in ebarg
for th puipcee of holding aa Inqueet. Upon hi
penoa was found a bus Ine card cmlalnlng the
name asd addrea of Mr. B. Lnsxas a pure
with th InitU' of " D L.i" a Uttl overs dollar
tnrksig ardaknlts. Mr. Ciaax, the undertaker,
wLt to Mr. L's place of businsis la New Yotk, aad
tkei found hie wits, who wa greatly alarmed at
her husband' absence, aa nothing had beta heard
cf him since Tueedey afterxoon about 1 o'clock.,
when h left tk atore, stating to ths clerks that ks
would retur In a abort time. Mrs. Letauew, lea
mediately proceeded te Bobeke a and Identified thl
body tbat if her hatband.
Mrs. L. stated that her husband was not in th
balit tf ditnklrg at all, anl from the tact that hit
watch aaI chain and hU wsjsl wars mlavJsg, sh
beUavtd that he bad ei hi daata'oulplay.
Uev eg several small children at home, eaa of Ike m
yensg Infant, Mis. L. could not tee at th la
queid, ami Juatlce O'Nxu. aeoordingly took her de
poattkm, which waa a fellow I
Dorrf M ZVwarseew, swor 1 1 recognlae tb bed
now lying re at tne tmaertascr m this y,
feet c) mr husband. BnaxtBT Lvsietan I I reel
feet ed my husband, Boaxeav. Lvsastxa I reside at
lit West St'hst, New York) my husband- plaoa of
buslnss U at 101 North Moor etret; be left bees
yeeteldsy, (Tueaday,) at about B o'clock, for Us
plaee ot businessi prtviou to leering hone, be slated
to me taat a man namea Joere oowctfta, m or near
ttl etty of 8 boken or Union Hill, had oass wfclakr
dlslt'led from malt, that he (8oaea ) de ed her
husband to purohaas that Bonraan waaforautiy ta
the employ of bar husband, ead waa diacbargrt for
dUt aneatyi my husband was tampers' le ms lebtte:
when be left hie borne, he badoahU pwaon. a Id
watch, chain and a wauatar pocket book wtthbliU
Aa laTttUfttloa was eommecosd befor a Jary ye.
tcrday afternoon at t o'elsck, but no facta wtr
eactted which tendUd to throw any light upon th
manner la wklch Mr. Ltrxassn cam te hi death,
end If H were net for the fact tbat hU watch aad
money were miming, tk euppcelttoo would bl that
L earn to bU death by drowning, tOker ao,dr,tal
ly or bp design.
Wa Tf. Woon testlfisd that he waa at tbe Bob.
hsaYaohl Club honae about 9 o'clock yeeterday
raoraloc when M'. TT umn aad
lar. Moareie cam
down th walk an Informed him tbat lie body of
cuea wasfloaUeglnths weteri witness went up and
aaw the body ta lb water. Just below BybU'eCsve,
lying faee down, between eota rook aad tbe ae
well, which U about S feat high at thU plaoa I the
body wea partMy afloat wttneea atartrd to Botry
th Coroner, when he met Justice O Nsn ooeatag up,
acd returning, aaalatad to gettu body out, Th Ud
tees fuJ about 0 o'clock on Tuesday night.
Baear Btat. Mam, teatt&ee thai be we in tb m
ploy of deeeaaad i asw him setae day aetww ea 1 and
FirVcx at theater I tse want lout ana
(toted that tf n ealled te see Waa, t WJ hits to
waa a short tun aa ha would be beak on ; tUnk
thamaaba exptcted to eee randasat Bahany, K.
AM e-aoea never weal earat aad remained la jtl
manarbfor tvr eew hhn end never heard of
bl drinking a sasst named Joxa Bon roan, h
lorgtag at Pasw Mill, M J wvt at th more est
rtawrU tptrtta witness told Mr. Lcnsemt that
ttweuBnot aasw erend he dldaotwanltli heard
blmtaUBo aaa that he had net mete eome ever
ba-eidecasad told wdaSasntBonxiAawsar.
snnvmru aiapioy warn hews m Dnen tr t
ay r aw a -w m naiaw t ea ewewe a a e m a w I aim
Prl"""! ataarajw AiWMtksnaa,
the man U was aneetad aad cam l tk Best tt
Josnariua, the m re-rltta ta atBd.
vlt of Mra Lesaaa , teatlfird Uat be last sewde
eeaaed al hi eo fax N-h Moot ee at, aa lnAwr.
B waasoUngsssgwrAfcrQaraswrnra af Usee
1MJ1, to toe eal of ec asptilse akwdaf wbsaky.
On Monday dec d agreed take aheng
worth of OeepltHa and told vrUneas te he Mr,
Focast deliver It to hun. WBnee was ralbar on
n . m M-- - - - uj a. a - - -- -
but want pp yeetsrda (Wdndey) aaorelng, and S
flelivsred ue order. Vf ttneea bad not beard ef th
death cf M'. L. until (ubpumetS to th Inqseat.
Tbs Coroner stated that hs had a mot witness ,
to offer i but a tb oae waa revolved la mysa y,
and as there ws a probability cf violence having
been committed, be considered II edvlawbW te hold
the ease open. J
Tbe body ws delivered over to th friend ef d -B
Mr. was about m year of age. of tempera
naos,ana uguy leepeeted. A young widow end I
five chile ran are left te metrra hi mttimely scdi
AiRr or Knr. Da. Actrrtu owBawom.l
iaiio oaiacu un lueadar aaoralr the
....,... .., .u uuunim wevetuewn
tato e slate cf excitement by a report tbat the Be,.
Ir. Uiaoiaio AoBilxi. reeldUc at the t
IUlrkU Water Cure eetahllahmai.1. KsS k - I
ed, charged with baring eomtml adultery aad I
Itameara from aha mfbAwttm n.t m.i.-i. 1
tbe comp neat, Mr. Jcsto s Bare, that abt-l three H
nivuui p, ir. AorjiiAi osuea at ta
UalgbtaWster Cure eetabUabmeat, and letrodrmd
tj him (Sam D a ladywhnm he reprt aented as Mwa
imoca, ana wienro. to secure hoard far him f, tk
lady and his son tb lady to act as anieisses u
Mr. BniTa gave him to trader jtand he eould aooasa
mnrtats him. snd thsr Immedlataie eeend la.
To all outward appearance everytblag went en ,
mootblv. Dr. Smi.ji mA kl. m. .... .'
loom adjoining that ef Mis Boots's. Mr. Am .
however, about two months ago dJaouvtd the lads
was fWrOiie, snd'aore IlbU cmvenatoo to-k piaoe
between him and Dr. Acaixu, we understaad. In
relati loth matter. Oa the first day ef Decern
ber th .lady la question was delivered of aohld-
aod nofl ltr ux dlfflmill ar.iaa haaaaan n
Am ru I and Mr. Bui, and th Utter appeared betl
.v.w yvm v ,m., , uuvkvd, hh preiwrran a
oharse of adultatv airalnit Ilia '.;.
A warannt eraa aaoon..lft1 !,! ..ul hiubJt.
l$!L rf-.0. S - 'f -aa arn
Ttl re vert ed rentl osn and tils Boo were
tak en before Jnstlce O'Nm, when the preeeeutma
attorney rabstlriited tb cbarge of fornlcaton tor
thai of adulteryt and M'. Biem waa swore set But
chat a. The District Attorney than remarked to
the Court, that a there waa no evidence sgVaat Mkas
Ikieca be suppoeed she wa entltiid te dliobart.
She was soonrdlnal diacbarwad. TKa Juati .
however, held tbe prtannar to ball in the sum ef lie,
aM to wueommlied torment tbe esllela the po
lios etatluei his ana, )oung UI, about nln yea ,
ocevrpyuig tb cell with him. Tu Ber. Dr. made
Yenterrlay morning I was brought to Court ca a.
warrant, charred wtth forntrMion, on aoeeent of
having lived with my wife. When I waa man lad I
wished mvwifs lo use ber own name, ttbetse aal
European custom, and becanee I did not wurh it ViJ
ucoorjia anown among my tnerjoa. nioQ ntaar myi
wlfs was delivered I thU gmtlarnan, JustJo Bsrrra,1
came t j me and demanded folk) aa keep Iks matter i
a secret, which I refused to pay Us tea offered to
eimptomlse the matter for 1100, in th shsp of s
board bill. ThU I refused, I always petd my
board regular, aad beosus I would not pay him th
money l am Drought into conn on tuts cnarg. I
It mr erlf. aad I will not dan it."
Dr. AoniLU. who waa foruirrlr a Roman nrleef .
was eftrrwere'e perreouled by that chorea, end hae
sine been dUtirgutabed as aa anti KoeaaDlst, Ue
be been for aome year bt thl eunaliy, engaged la
aa iremn xrans'aioB ot in bum.
a L'n to B cdeck laat evenlnr ths rerralred eecurl.
ty was not given, and the Doctor wa etm irtilnrill
in Connnemtna st ue stsoon none.
For r tber tf - aa Third Ttf.
gAn eiperieoead Bhirse and rentals PBratetan
nae BDOouuax nrrup lor oiuiai . iroan,vin.
greatly faallltatos th proceaa of teethlsg br softenlajl
the gum, retaclng all Inflsmmstt w aBareall
peimangleeurstoreruuitethebeeel. Depend aaeW I
It, mother. It will lies rest te yenmstrea, reUef tatjl
health te yocrr Infanta Fsrieetly safb ta au t
MUUona ef bottles are sold every year ta th UnttaWI
StaUa. It la an old and weU tried rsaai.
rBICK ONLY 89 CBNTS A BOTTIJa.
None cenalne anleee the faeelwIU af OtTBT f
ramxoMj, turn Tart, u en tbe eatstde l
Sold by DnigtiaUthr tbont th wart.
Office, 11 Cedar etreet,
B aam'a Sa nra Marar a.
a o rton aiaanuaa.....M..M
cww a iiima aiarwava.........
Th Family Sewing Machine-.
Hamming OiiMaa .. JU
L M. BDKUUt CO, 4B Bread war , BLV.
8xtAtx CHAxwrt D asj ab Halt Dxarail
an be had at Tns Son Office, la Five DefUr nkj I
an Tkree Cent plaee ta Thre Dollar
mower only received.
Pennies in Fifty Cent Batk.
SiaBdrome blaok eh th OvercoaU
'la black cloth Overeeete
equlmaux heavr Overeeatt ...
aroieaw oeaver uvarooaia
rlue, Mae ai d browa eaator Beavare..
vrflta t IMat f lva.oaU
a le i
Mixed heave eui-l ure, melten, pet. renaa
and ether Uverooela 4
At Even a.
frnu A Lroa'a liters
Ht resetved the a'sheet Mawal at the Pesr efttl
ajmrrlean Ineutota, with the Ui
be alshsa lie a- af
, lb nlansat jnmasaif
bUrU. ttaw Jerany Bl
v ihrb'tei f
Bawlng atartim work. AJss.1
t f Jr at the Franslln I All
asilv. ul a aanarallv kara.av
tte. ara Breeag ,
LBfrr tjb on u i y n'ob t
TlianNi.T HILL SNIt IVIKPLtira
. ....... m, ... m W . a.a I
NBW TOtXTABI '.
b the beet ant cba.t article f.r dreaiHxf a-d.be I
tlfiloe, clean lng, eurilas, tneervlg aM.aueWc
cluanlnv. eurlla. iraaarvine I
xaeiee try it. nau or ail weggui.
.. ' - .: n I . . . ji . . -
0 ParrroaaariM fob !. ,
AtUOBAMYS O.llery. 17 Otlia st Tea e
eerier, larss ilss T beteeripta. lar BL Basra lea.'
Anibtxt) pea, tl rente.
Dabbcxi's IfciacM Tara nxcTrna DaArM
f La Toia D NasiA U U bs rssrated her tiJ
everUs, beeldies rare-. TwelaeghaUe Farwa ti'fB
alten.oea. an thee I Ok. the laie ear.eelllee. M
raizA CxoxBA d 8arw MAnanri
OCaee m BraaAwar.
ParttmaetaaTbasthsran i teaah tj
dated by artbias Tat the ettaa.
Foa Old abb Yooao ai d wobtbtt Tata (
maaa n .9Vnt. W niUA limit B at.
ivp 4 Beetl Bread ar, aad aald by all Druggist a a
leaar gee ersters.
The sihre wfPWle
P A. M. are hereby netlned that the
fncJHrr fnr lha Aitn var. WlU taaa all
Tbaiidarav.abg Dee.rt.13ai. Brr eTerjl
UlaA. W. OrnWBLI, awe,
te T I ess
1 Filar aeTlaeMieklneflnaiaear I
rite the a) 1
. .-Hara aftd ath.ra. aha ariftfe a M ImatL an
l.m te ta-.' ? nbettle aeWjwtlshM aJ.
ly adartaateautaa. KZ" V w a . m
and Baewttatquau wen. f
ero oraaaway, niw a arm. a
- wm aj
A. O. H Tb effleere sf tk she s see
are reqnwtM te mietea Tkeredar, taaef
"r, a. jaa nior txei'. e reer ot X er ean r
Wtl!S..PIJIrVr FBUX. U1LPB1
e visa vsiiiB x , u. a.
LZAKY KOOVBI CTJ;
Bt the "Nttr-rttUmt KltOt Ctmtntf trha tt i
plied ee Tin an eth M-t Baavk at ,1
ana en saingiean staars sveei s
Brim. All arar; warvant.
Trrltl BAVB TOO atfir k ABD PA1
-dtmlseeur. kaftgj-M a-t-1
Address JOHN A. UtJAVat CO., Ill Jeaakja
wsiiinvburtki ateui Kaw TorkOnUe, af XVS
nB sra PBki aad Oltt-i t
lege. eld earss, Ae. The rtras of taea Meerda
In ih. hVwl I. It. rAl betbaae a
is v-.'-r r :"-- I. . zz iir;;.
ewnteient taaonee uooia . . wua .
UePtU ranevet th. btaod. eisease the
ma, ae4 teste res tan and vigor te Ik oer;
JOHIt McCLAYB. cf 1CT Breatwar.b aw trlart
eene very Tsiuaai oppomniiies te I
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