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THIRTY-SIXTH YKAR, NKWYORIC, MONDAY,"" NOVEMBER 2, isE pUcT TWiTcBNTS II
I PllOM WASHINGTON.
I f pedal Despatches to The Bun,
It WAsnrxorox, Not. 1.
' 1 Mn. ttRWARb'i irasctt.
rfccrtlnrj Seward's speech t Auburn attracted
mnth attention hero to-day, and excited varied crlll-
lsm. The Itepubllcsni tar tbc shrewd oU premier
Pes the tidal wire rolling on, and Is one of the
eleventh-hour convert! to Grant. The Democrats de
nounce him at a trimmer for miking op a hear bill
of Indictment aralnit the Itadlealt, and then declar
ing hit wHIIagacti to tote to perpetuate Iladlcal
role. Tho tpeech doca not meet the approval of Mr.
1 Reward's patron In the Whlu House, who, while
I appreciating hit compliment!, dlCcn from Urn wide
f ly M to hla cone'utloea.
rnirARATioxs ron orx. cium's Rtctrriox.
A meeting of the Republican organixalions In
(he District of Columbia .till be held on Wednesday
evening, to make arrangement for a grand recep
tion to (leu. Grant on hla return to thla dir. Thiy
think that bj Wednesday they will be able to udJrees
him at 1'realdent elect.
ma Man cocar UARmt..
To morrow ii tlio day fixed for the (nesting of
V tho Dyer court martial, but Oen. George II. Thomas
I and other oSccrs of high rank detailed a member
bare not arrlrcd, and the probability Ii that It will
be further postponed.
morr trocrlr RxrxcrRn ix xiw ont,atxs.
Apprehensions are entertained hero of serious
disturbance! at New Orbsns on Toriday, at e.
connta received hero repreent that the et-rebela ore
-' V determined lo keep the Itepubllcaut from Toting by
j Intimidation and violence,
Commissioner nollins left here lait crcning for
f?cw Ilampthlre to vote for Grant.
The Ilrltlth legation, Including MlnMcr Thorn
ton, had another game of cricket yesterday with the
Washington Cricket Club, la which the Legation
tamiion tecond bett.
ootxo tram to voir. x"
A larjre number of persona In the cmplor of
the Oorrrnmi-nt have left here wllhln a few dan
f.itt for tho Writ and North f ir the purpose of rot
ng neit Tuesdar. Al leasl at,.') rullrovl lick -rts
ha.e born told, and to morrow many more
men will leave Washington for tho nearer voting
loealltlet. 1 lie car tonight were crowded with
voters of both parties.
TRKATT aVITU Till SAC AND VOX IXMAXS.
Tho President lias proclaimed a treaty with
(be Sict and Foxes of the Mlssla.ppl, br which the
cole to the I'n. ted States all thoir Isnds, In return
for witch ampb- compensation It made, and trae t
of land tel node In the Indian couulry aouth of
Kan tat for their future homo.
I TUB CASK Or TTLRR VS. IHritll.
The Supremo Court of this District In-dar aits.
lalned the title to real ettato acquired under a dcrroo
tf ccnflieatlon for the life estate. The partr bring
ing the t:ilt waa Mijnr Tyler, formerly of Ihe Mjrlne
C'uri. t ut who joined the Confederate army. Tlie
defendant In the c ao wat tho I ongnasloiial printer.
Mr. Ddrccs. This dcitsloa covers several similar
NATIOXAL OAKKS IX Till ROUTIt.
Tlie official rrturnt of the national batiks In
the Southern States for October thow the following
rceouicci: Of those In North Carolina, 12.3 It.ikki,
Including f W,r) In specie; South Carolina, 19.,T7.
Wi tpecle, (M,ni)i); (leorgh, t767,iti; tiieele,
HT.OlXJi Alal.ann, U.lll.OWj fpecle, t3I,W0i Mlt
tlttlpft, $1H.iX) j nu tpecle; Lonlfltna, JiTel.ftM;
iprele, 1(IO,(w0j Teaat, nearly IJ.itti.UM : tpeele i
Mltt,VuUi Arkantat, tl.f,l): tpecle. fAaW; Vlr
glnla. W.oro iXMi specie, S3,0U0. Tho tola) amount
or United Htttct bondt to aecure circulation It
-ffl.V.VOO, and of compound Interctl notes only
4- !ie llnlllmorei Halta nmlnat Oen, Ilutlor.
llAtnvoni, Oct. ai. In the catcs of 0. V.
Woolley and Klmbrrly A Ilrot., In the Superior
Court of llaltlmoro City, agtlntt Oen. natter, a de
Jtlonwta glnn to-day by Judge Dobbin, on the
motion to vacate the tummontra and decbirc them II-
legal, rrrrntty argued by the lion. Caleb Cuthlng
' .and Mr. Schley, of Datllmnrr, for Ihe motion, and It.
J". Merrick, oi Wi-ahlngton, and II, J. llrenl, and
illlim Hate Adillmn acu nit tho motion, The
motion wat on t le ground that (len. Iliiller, being a
tuen.bcr nf Congritt. and returning homo from a
scutlon of Congirta ut the time of the tervlce of
the wrlta, tutli service cs Illegal and old. Judge
(lobbln delivered a lengthy opinion, concluding at
follows; "Fur the reboot 1 baeglven, I am of
opinion that the privilege of Htnatora aud llcpre
fentailvet. secured to them by the Constitution of
- 'he United Htatet, exeinpta them only from in actual
" irrotl of their pel torn, ur Ihe tervicn upon them of
t jch pro cts the dlttrgardof whUli would ejpute
them to an atltcl.ment lor connmpl, or other per
sonal uioletUtlou j and ai tho wrltt or eutnmona In
thcto cunt luiolvo none of tins contequencca, 1
ihall dttrrule tho motions ntpectlveiy n-aJo In
The rbllndelphlH Klecllou l'nindt.
riiiLAUCLruu, Oct. 31. Since tho October
election here, largo number of election offleert
bare been arretted and held to ball for refuting to
recognise naturalization pipers Issued by tho bu-
Ercms Court In heptember. '1'o-dty all the bills were
nored br the (Iran i Jury. In tho trit esse to day,
Judge Ilrrwtlcr.ln thing Ida derision, tuitalned Ihe
tlrctlon offlcera In refuting the tolei uf certiln par-
II. a on ilrrtn-i d y In ding etr.lurat.a of nttuiall
tatlon aimed by J. Hoot bnowdm, Ihe prothomlory
having railed to rceognlie hla own tlgnalure and teal
If hla Court lu open Court,
Itobbcry nnd Dlnrdrr.
Br. Loris, Mo., Oct, 31, Vive men attempted
to lob the Flrtt National Dank at Alton, III., early
this morning. While they were at ork drilling the
I tault, M. II. Fuller, a private watchman, smiled
1 ne or the parties, who was outtlde watching, when
1 theremalnUir of them attacked the orucer, cut hit
' bead ilreadfolly with a steel bar, and ihot hint
through the heart, eautlng tnitant death. The rob-
Ibera then eicaprd, leaving behind them all their
fools. One thousand dollars reward Is offered lor
Ihe arrest of Ihe murderers.
I ' U recU or it Whnle Milp.
, Sak Fbaxcisco, Oct. 3t. Tho whale ship
a Dorlnthlan went ashore on Ulossom Shotls Augutt
I K, and waa thonght would probably prove a total
The Captain and crew arrived by the Actlre.
4 I he Cnrlnthlsn bad on b iard at the' time of the dlt.
Is! titer 111 barrels ofoil and VJ.UXI puundt of bone. At
L Ltat account! the Conuthian bad been taken In tow
by the ihlp O.-orge llowlind, with the Intent lot or
taking her to Hi. Lawrence bay and taring a 1 ortlon
pfl.rr cargo. Tlo tapttln of Ihe Aclivo reports lilt
belief that Begualn la incorrectly placed on Ihe l'acl
Tho Ncvr Dominion.
Ottawa, Canada, Oct. 81. Tho Immigration
Conference closed yesterday. The Ontario, Que
bec, and New Drunswlck governments were
i epresented. A plan of concerted action be
ween the Dominion and local governments was
greed upon, details of which sre lu be submitted lo
I Deal government! for approval. ISiul.rtnt tten
lea are to be ettahllthed In London and in the en.
tnent, while tliote at all Important points In the
JoululoB art to be maintained.
." " Bl'OllTlSa.
Tbe Ileuieelaer Park Itncet.
, Tbot, N. V., Oct. 8l.-In the third day's
I races at nensselaer Psrk to-day, the first race, for a
purse of $TUO, bvst three In Ave, between Taylor and
1 I'Jnco, waa won by Taylor. Time, SUIT, H:S3, and
' J The-ercond race, for IOO, best three In fire, eight
I fiortei atarted, via., Dutch Uoy. Kate, Wettern New
York, Cnaimer, Jerry, No Name, Dell Founder,
Lone. Wettern New York won the third, fourth,
and nfth beats. Time, 1:30, 8:40, and kit.
I Putt Troltlac.
nosTOH, Oct. 81. Tho hore John Htewart
.rfotted twenty miles yetterday on ltlvertlde l'ark In
M minutes and i3)i seconds.
General Noiva by Telegraph.
. Poston, Oct. 81, Two thousand tickets wcro
old to day ror the Kellogg concert", to be given on
'rlday and Saturday nlgnta neat at Mutlc Hall,
i 8am Famcisco, Oct. 81. The tteamililD Hon.
lana tailed ror I'anama to-dty, with (117.000 In
Iretiure, of which W1,000 It for New York, and
(111,000 for England.
1 Fobtm Monrob, V., Oct. 81. Mojor-Oen.
tVOrtemberg, nf the Anstrlsn army, arrived here thlt
Doming from Washington, with letters to Wijor
Urn. Harry from the HcereUry. Ilelenei to-morrow
ror Hlchmond and l'ttcrtburg.
Uoarox, Oct. 81. A verdict has been rendered
gninit the lloston and Worcester Itallroad Cora
viany, giving Bamncl U. Stone 11,000, ror injuries sns
filnrd by being run over while travelling ou the
(ilghway In Natlck.
Uoaiote, Mint., Not. 1. Tho Her. Henry F.
Lawrence, a resident of Waltham, formerly a llaptltt
falnliter In llondout, N. Y., was killed last evening
nllndton ttretlbythe falling of k piece of stove
caallng from a loaded furniture, wagon. Tbe frag
ment truck lijoi on IbcbuJ and fractured bill skull.
New York Democratic 1'ollilelana Indicted
In rhllndelphtit-llov. deary Demnndt
their Dellverr-Thcr nrr thnrgrd ullh
Conttlrney In Vlolnto the Llcctlon I.nvre
Epectat Deapatch to The San.
rnttADitpu, Not. 1. Acquisition lias been
made by Oot. Geary on Gov. Fenton of New York
for the delivery of a largo batch of New York
Democratic politicians who Ttelted this city on last
election day, and who havo betn Indicted by the
CI rand Jnrycf thlt county for conspiring to rlolatr
our election lawa. Among them are Henry T.
Genet, Peter Norton, George Mitchell, Florence
Scammell, Lewis Daker, Itocky Moore ' George
Dougherty, John Green, Kdward Tully, Ulcbad
Fltrjerild, and others.
Til li SOVTIT.
Tlio No iv Orlrnna Dl.tiirbnneet-firn. Itnn.
rnu Addreatrn a Political Club.
Stir Oblkaxs, Oct. 81. Lust e.enln;, heforo
the Injunction from tlie fifth Dltlrtct Couit had
been ture.t on tho Major, ho appointed liobcrt
Dlimond Clilef or Police, with lntructlont to de
mand the offlce, and sue ont n ywn icttrrnnto In rate
of rcfUMl. Thrno Inttruetlont l.e haa romplied with.
(len. Mteedman to day tendered hit retlrnttlon at
Superintendent of the Mctrnpotiitn Pofiee, which
at tcfcMe.l. (Icorao I.. Cain, the acting Snper
tntendcut, hat been aupuin'cd Superintendent pio
The rollcn Coramlttlonert Hate thlt evening thtt
they Intend to appoint n Superintendent on tl.o
rerommcudatious of the lncrcbanU and under
writers. .i"k,1'"?c??' bT """' nUM Mle.1 On
club room of the lnnoccut '-tho eluti which w.n
mott prom.nei.t In the recent tioub.'ct wlili the ne
groet, tnd lu which cmtlderablc reeling tllll eil.lt
pn account of the death jnd wounding ol teernl or
II meuibert. In a short tptrch, the liencrai warned
ll.cin that tho lrpontlblllty for all ontriscs and dlj
oidert In New (trteana waa laid on lilt thnul.lert,
and that he looked to them to keep the peace, nnd
eneourago others to do the aame. He taid lie Ult It
hi duty to tell them that the l.iwtmust bo obeirt d,
and that every man who had the right to vote ehall
vote unmolested on election day. (len, Itoiittcaii
wat rnthiiiliitically received. Tho Club pledged
Ihrmiehes to obey his wishes.
Tho troops la this city have at no time exceeded i
few hundred nun.
ThrHelinn, Itoinr, nnd Dnllon Itnllrnrd.
Atlanta, (la., Nov. 1. Tho Sclma, Home, nnd
Dalb.n Iluitroad was completed to Home, Ga yes
terday, and a train came through from Brian to
liomt In twelve hours, bringing two ear lontaof
cotton ono ror lloiton and one. (or Philadelphia.
Ku.Klux It lot In Alnbnmn.
IIi-xtsvilli, Ala., Nov. 1. Thrco hundred Ku
Klnx were parading about last night wl.llo a Hepiib
llcan matt meeting wat In progress. Firty or tlity
shots were tired. Jndgo Morton, a marked man, wna
mortally wonndM. Two negroes wero killed and
many w ounded. Intense excitement prevails.
l.ntesl Polltlcnl Herat.
IlirrAio, N. Y., Oct. 81 John J. McHrlde,
of Bullalo. was nrrested st Lock port yeslcrdi), fur
peddhug Seymour hedges without a license.
NAjriviiLi, Nov. 1. Kmerson Ktheridgo spolo
at the capital yesterday. It was tho cloilng Demo.
i ruth deinontlrstlon or the campaign. The Itepuhll
cans had a grand rally hero last night.
Br. Louis, Mo., Oct. 81. Ilolh political parties
Cloifd the campaign to-night with torchlight pm.
ccislont. Although thero wero some appriTiensluns
of a Ultlurbtnce, everything patted off quietly,
Atlanta, Oa., Nor. 1. A larso Dcmncrallo
meeting wat held last night, and addreitrd br Urn
Jamln II. Hill. He said Hat If tho Drmorratt cmo
quire up to their duly, t-'einiocr wtll be elected and
the Conitltutlon Tlndlcatcd.
rniLDtrLriiu, Oct. 81. A petition contesting
tlie election nf lunlel M. Fo, a-t Major, his been
filed In tho Common Pleat. It represents that tho
true tote of the city wat W,T7'J ror Tymlatr, and 07,
UWfor hoi, tiring toTjndalo a majority or at.TTU.
The tperlOcaliniia or frniul, Ac. aro aiiullur to thuse
In tho other petitions Clcd lu tho cate of the other olfl
ccre. The 11th of November hat been died for tbe
Sax Frakchco. Cel., Oct. 81. Tho Democratic
tnrihlijlit proccttlnii to-nUht wat a very dno aff.ilr.
About D.OIJO people wero In line, who kept up a con.
slant cheering, flut little enthnslatm wtt miulfetlril
by Ihe tpeitators. nnd the streets thing the lino wcro
gincrully dsrk. Tho civil authorltlrt have adopted
vigorous measures to prevent tny ilotont prnccod.
Ingt cither before or on election day. The Demo
cratic County Committee and Ihe leading Democratic
citizens putmshed cardt In the morning papers .tls.i
towlngthu diicrteeful pioceedlnet or Friday nlgt.1,
when an attack was insde on the Itepnhllcaii proers
tlun, tnd promise to oultt In preventing any out
rage, In future.
Ik (Inrrxe Strst. Saturday evening1, at ISO
Gretne ttreet, orlylnattng Irotu the tparks of an ad
Joining chimney ftilmj mi a shed; dimtgo tllght.
lx Oiiam) Htbxxt. iiiliirdar evening;, at S3
Grand street, occupied by Mi ry '.IrDoiuld, uilginat
lug from a furntce; dair t .11 n.
Ix Third Atixcr. rialmdajr evening, nt 889
Third atentie, occupied nt an oytter saloon by Hugh
Folen, caused by a defective Hue. Dauuge tlOO; not
Ix Water Sriu.tT. Satiml.iy nlglil, at 130
Water street, occupied by Petit A Crook aa a taloon,
oi (glutting fium the kitchen rurnacr. Damtgo to
lock, Ac , 11,600, aud to building, 1 0,000, Intuied.
Ix IlnooaLVX. In tlio liable of Case i Power,
Atlantic avenue, near Franklin avenue, about I
o'clock on Saturday morning, causing damago to tho
amount of f J.
Ix IIrosdwat. Yeslerdny afternoon, at 251
Ilroad w ay, occupied by W. Henry, barber, orlglnatlnz
In the bitrmentand csnsed bytlcgtt burner let
ting lire lo lbs partition boardt. DamagufluOi In
tured. Ik NiwAni. About 2 o'clock veslerdar morn
ing. In a private dwelling In Canal'stieet, occupied
tiyMr. Illelitrd Sharp i damagetiithcbulldlngilljhti
the furniture within the houto wat, huwever, eon
n.lerubly Injured, Tbe occupant of tho home, Mr.
Sharp, wat taken Into custody on tntplclon uf hav
ing niirully Bredthe premises. Another tiro broke
i.ntihonM o'clock A. M., In llniitlngton'a machlno
thop, which Is tltuated In llalsey itrect. Tl Is naa
also extliiulthcd. The floor apt eared upon eaam
Initlun to havo accidentally taken flro fioin a ttoro
lu ouo or Ihe rooms j damage Inconsiderable.
Ix Kascx 8trt. Saturday morulnu;, In tho
rear or 134 to 134 Btiex ttreet, originating on the
ruurth door, from a detective Hue lending from tho
boiler. The second, fourth, dfih and tltlh Uoura are
occupied by llrrvul A Co., ua a desk laclury ; damage
Id.uuO; iniurtd for t3,t!00. Godfrey Suppan, turner,
tuirers a lots of ISO; insured for fMi. The third
do.ir Is occupied by Frederick Holt, cabinet maker ;
lore $3,11X1; Insured for JI.KXJ In tho St. Nicholas Ir.
suraneo Coinpany. Tho llrst door Is occupied by
M. Ilellshsler, scroll sawyer: damage, 13,000: In
sured for f 1JKJ0, via.: Globe snd New Amsterdam,
.VI each. The building It owned by Diehl, Stark &
Ituhn; damage, 'i,h00i Imured ror 13,UWJ In tho
Uloke, and l,ouuin the Groeera'.
Horilble Trentment of an Orphan Child by
from Ul llln pKll Jlt.
Ono of the mot revolting cases of Inhumanltv
tow arda children which we have over had occasion
to write, occurred lu the tuburbt or the city, on the
new Ittlelgh road, one week ago lait Saturday, The
perpetratora of the aavage outrage wero John and
Miry Peppcrt, who live lu the relation or man and
wile, although unmarried. These parties have had
for about two years In tnclr charge, as their ward, a
girt about 13 yeara orage. For aome time the neigh
bora of thla family bate been shocked at various
times by the cruel poniihment which they
Indicted upon the girl for the most trivial
orJeucee. On tno Saturday referred to aDove,
thla girl thoughtlessly went Into the garden near
tho homo and pulled one or two turnips. For
this slight onenee both oi her heartiest giiardlane be
eamo violently enraged, and after partially venting
their fury In abuilvo Itngutge and mcrelleit blowa
upon the defenceless andurrided child, their Infer
nal beartl tuggetted tho ute of the hot Iron poker aa
an Initrumeut of punlihrneut. Accordingly, the
woman ttlied the girl, whllo tho bruto of n man ap
plied the burning Iron to her cheekt, neck, hands,
rind naked arms, and even attempted lo thurst It
a0Thua thi proor'glrl wat tortured, while the writhed
in vain to release bcrsilf front the- clutchea of the
heartless womsn, till the Uesh touched by the Iron
waa covered and checkered with long lines of black,
bleeding blisters. ... ...
Their rago being satiated, ther confined her In the
houie frou the sight or nil. In order to prevent her
from dlicloslng their cruelty. ....
At length, however, the facts were found out and
given to tho police, who went to the houso yetter
day and arretted tho parties, ater which they took
thegtrl before the grand Jury of the Municipal Court.
Upon Ihe pretentliig of the caio tho Jury Indicted
both parties. Thlt moru'nir, when they appeared lu
the Police Court for trial, IKpu'r Marshal Williams
terved Ihe collar uron them and then marched them
off to Jail. The wounds up m loo girl ire now heal
ing rapidly, andbaro hare lost their unsightly ap
pearance. She will reratln In easwof thopoU'c
till the trial of her aisallaoW U concluded.
Hpceth of Ka-Heerelnrr Hlnnlon In Phtludrl-pbla-llo
l'nya Ills Itrapecta to (lov. her
nisur. rniLADELrntA, Not. 1. Kx-Secretnry Stanton
wat most cordially welcomed to thlt city bit even
lag. The reception took place at the Academy of
Music, which wtt crowded with an Immense audi
ence. Secretary Stanton made a very able address
on the occason, In which be most bitterly reviewed
Gov, Seymour's speech dellrered In this city on Fri
day night. In the course of his remarka he laid I
The War Department bought, the War Department
hired or begged the use of vrssels and Iramporta ror
troopa : tnd it Is the glory and honor or the butlnria
men of tl.o country tint thry refuted not to lend
every atslstaneo In their power to further these
etlbrta. Mr. Seymour, In hla speeches, how
ever, list bronght reproach npon this glory
and honor, upon tbe merchants of PMltdelphli, who
aided the war for the suppression or the rebellion.
This dcnunelstlon or the war cipendllnrea and the
extravagance or the Itrpubllcaa psrly makes the con
stant burden or Mr. Seymour's speeches.; only that
he varies the tune a little to aull tho people or vari
ous loealltlet. When he got Into Scioto valley, tbc
ither day, bo nut down bis fa en sn.l tslkr-J to th;
farnlfrs abont'lhelow price of torn fonr; at
l'lttabnrgh, be talked about the waive for labor! at
Philadelphia he got st a imal'er point, liecatite tie
net! talked about the Secretary nf War. Iljnghter.
lie tal l In his Ilesdlng e peech thtt the War Depart
ment has tun) a great mtny war vessels, alihnuch he
klwnyt thought thlt wat Ihe bu-lness ortlicNiuy
Department, and would llko to know bow lime Ii
money was paid ror the vessels, and who got the
tallies and gentlemen, yon know thtt the Tretl
dent of the Culled Mntes Is Commsndrr-ln I hlef or
the army and n ivy. You know that the man who
would command snurarmy and navy ought at teset
to have a knowledge of tlie provinces or the dtderrnt
de artments of the tlo. ernment, If he was as j"o.
rant as Seymour In everythlni elsj langhler j and
now, hehnl.t Seymonr dcctirrs Hit he alwat
th night the hiring of Inn-ports b InruoJ to tho
Navy Department! It ,, t tie Ign :anc rf thlt
mm! Wa'e Itiimpton, or l'nrre'i, i Prrton, or
an) man In the rehel nrn.) wonid bin li . h thamo
bear bit cetidil-i- sy tt- he thought
the hiring ir ,T lijit; oiti Iclrnjel
to the nsvy (Ian -lit 1 1 1. It It the business of
the W.ir D. pariinri :, It the butlnc: t of tho Quar-term-tter.
as nn odicer of the Govern nent, who hat
the moling orti. . i,-, undei hit C4irl,to inoiclbcm
cither liy r .lli uK riugra, war ,,s, steamboata, or
thtps. So. in huL.lred wcro cburtereit by Mradu to
mic his aitny. ai .1 behold Mora tlo S, jni.iur. within
about ll.o ,U.t of the Pn sldenllal election, declaring
that be would be the n" t fiimnuicdcr lu Chief of the
army and tuny, and a'- ays supposed It the buslne-t
or .nli on Welles to l..mipoit the army. I.iugh'er.l
How great Is the Itninance or this mm In relation lo
trltlra military and nuial, ai d y.t thlt man his party
would elect aa tho next Coimiuudcr hi cider.
lie wld lurther, he would like to know h w much
was paid rcr orM lt, jud nlio g.,t the t.i. noy. Tml
Is a point. !I.auAht;r.J lie w tula lo know who hat
cbicsc. Ilti newid taui.iitrr.J He .iofce to be In
most tro found lcoranra upon tlio subject. Now,
Itdlce and g.rtlemen, and fellow citizens, would yon
bellctv that this man, this scry man, hat bad an ac
count or this money expended ror tho purchase or
the inn-ports, their charter, their subsltriic7 lie
baa itally tho most accurate Information on this
point; and yet, although he knows the dgurrt, and
whnrrrrlvtsl the mnuey, as woll aa the puiposia lor
which tho pamo wat extended, be chugc the lie
publican rally with l.a.ln; tpent all, and charge!
thera with exiraragence.
Mr. Stanton thon dwelt at length upon tbe often
quoted despatches scut Turn hlmseir to Gov. Sey
mour alMiut the time the rebels wero lumdlng tlie
Blatc or 1'cnmylvanla, thanking blui for Ms prompt
seuding on of the troops, aud asserted that these
lcaoatcb.es amounted to uothllu; Hut tl.c .eiy fact
thai they were tent m reyiin.r.: sduao iouJJ tc sum
eienttu remove all their ilgnldcanre. In tf !r '?
Ihe question rut by Gov. Todd, or Ohio, about that
time. In relation to Ihe n riding or despatches asking
why they had not also been sent tu other and loyal
Govrruors, but toli-ly tu a Copperhead Governor,
It weeaniwerol that "they did not need them."
Seymour depends for Ma loyalty upon thrto dlt
patches rmanatinie from Kt'eretryStanbin, and yet la
constantly In hit ppceehes censuring the Sec
retary, nho.on that Tpolnt, at least, baa
proven Ids best friend. That Seymour was
only compelled by circumstance to snpply the
IriM.pt ho tent, and that ho .its not In hearty and
lojal aecurdwlth the Government when he did to. It
nude minlfeil by hit being st the head or tbe dralt
riots In New York city, only a row iliys after. After
making an iloquvnt eroratlon. In wlileh boadvlsid
his hiarcra to vote for Grant on neat Tuesday, aa the
only salvation or tho country, nnd drprrralliig the
e.crtlon or Seymour, the dn.d tri.tcnce waa Willi re
ference to tho Drnioeratlc triumph at the pollt may
Uod Almighty at tl t that calamity.
At he ittumcd bit teat ho wta rapturously op-pliudod.
Movement of llor. Seymour.
Wii.xi.su mm, Penn., Oct. 31. Gov. Hcvmour
arrived here thla evening from Philadelphia. On bit
arrival be wat escorted from the depot to hit hotel
by a mounted delegation of Union Democracy with
ttandards, and a large crowd of people, Ho spoke nt
Ike Court House, using arguuiruts almllsr tu those
anvnnerd In speeches In other placet.
Tho Hon. Geo, W. Woodward presided. Gov. Rey
rnuur remains it that gentlcman'a residence until
Monday, when be will proceed toward home via
Huauiuo, Gnat llenit, and llinghamtou.
A Di-nlnl by Hprnker Colfax.
fLKVELAM), Nov. 1, Hchujlcr Colfax In hit
speech Friday and Saturday, at Kiauatlllo and Terre
lijuto, denouiiciil thn vulgar and ecuiriloua anil
f.iiilcu apeecli recently published as ilclitered by
l.lm lu liM, Lt a ahauiclesa fabiicatlou and a for-ttry.
Oen. I'rnnli 1'. Ill ft I r nt Jerary City.
On Hot unlay cveninir lien. V. P. lllair, Jr., wat
rnlhuiliitlrally received by the Democracy or Jersey
City. A torchlight proeelon escorted film to II. u
Catholic Institute. Mayor O'Nell prttlded, and In
troduced the General to the audience. Alter r
preulng hit pleasure at the reception given him, and
humorously alluding to his own descent from New
Jersey tlurk, tno General aald that he knew
thlt ovation wat not Intended merely at n
compliment to him, but nt a inanliettailon
of devotion to a great canse, that of
Iree government and liberty. In a popular govern
ment no poller ahotild be adopted without ttie peo-
f.le'a asarnt; but this Itadleal polleyhsd not received
t. II bad betn forced upon the country by a frag
ment or Congress, wbo have no lull powera of legit
litlon. Mr, Lincoln hid opposed thlt policy, tnd hit
second election waa on tho principle that the people
of tho States, and not Congress, hare the power to
mako State taws. Hut no sooner wss he dead, than
an attempt waa made to set stlde bit policy. Gen.
lttalr then described In detail the manner in wnlch
tint attempt waa carried out. Congrrss had violated
the Constitution by taking away the billot Irom
wbltca and giving It lo tho nrgro, and bad dono the
very things which It bad promised not to do. New
Jerary gave a majority or al.OUJ In lesiT against the
lladlcat policy, but their Senator In Congre't havo
Irnnred thlt expression of opinion, and continue to
support the present reconstruction schemes, Tho
speaker nlludtd to the fears that had been exprcased
or that terrible fellow, brank lllair, who. bo said,
only advorites the rights or the people, and that they
sliould rule Instead or a rump Congress,
After remarks by Cbaunccy Shutter, Orestes
Cleveland, Leon Abbot, sud other speakers, the
Preparations In MrnipbU fur l'.lecllun liny.
MiMrins, Tcnn..Nov. 1. Mayor Leflwich Issued
a proclamation to-day, earnestly recommending Ihe
cxerrlie of unusual lorhvnranee both lu mannir and
prech on election day, and the clotlnx or ssloons,
'the Superintendent of tho Police also published a
similar proclamation, calling for Usl special police
men ; directing that n pollco patrol be kept ou tho
varloua roada leading Into Memphis, and that prompt
arrest be made of all cltltena coming to ihecltr
aimed : and stating that the ntmott vigilance wilt
be uted lo detect personl at the pollt carrying con
The excitement It great, especially between tho
Wlugt or the Itadleal party.
Gov, Clayton, of Arkansaa, haa limed a proclama
tion In which he declares the registration Invalid In
Ihe counties of Ashley, Ilradley, Columbia, Hot
Springs, Lafayette, Mbialatlppt, Woodruff, Shark,
Craljbead, Stiver, and Green.
Tbe Proipect In Illinois.
Oalixa, Oct. 81. Hepublicana hero claim thlt
Stata for Grant by a majority or 60,000. Gen, Grant
la here with hla family and la conddent of tuecest.
The chtrge publlthcd In the Cincinnati I'mvirtrtnA
other Democratic papers, that It cost the Government
tl.tttt a day to aeud telegrams to him at Galena. Is a
bate fabrication. The total expenses to Ihe Govern,
ment for tho put month haa been f 133, and have not
exceeded tju lor two montha.
Genernl Orders In Itegard to tbe Election,
Wasuikoton, Oct. 3.. General orders havo
been Wiued from the headquarter! of the army, by
command of Geu, Grant, publishing to the army, by
direction of the Prctldenl, the provltlont or tho
Constitution aud lawa or tho United Statet, In rela
tion lo tho election or a Freildeut nnd Vlco-1'nal-dent
of the Culled States, together with an act of
Congress prohibiting persons engaged lu tho military
or naval service irom luterferlng lu any general or
special election In any State.
Locihavix, l'a., Oct. 81. Mussing & Farns.
worth's blocks, Including eight business bouses and
Farntworth't retldence, were destroyed by dre last
night. Four other business houtca wero partially
burned. Iisa 30,000; Inturanco f 19,000. Tho tiro
waa the work ol design lor the pupoao of plunder.
Tha .eaitnttorth (Kansas) Ttmti of tho STth
f ubll.ties a letter from Judge Samuel Lecompte of
iiai city to Gen. titrlngfellow, In which be announcct
lilt wlthdrawtl Irom the Democratic parly and lilt
lutentlon to vote for Orant andCoirtx. He endorses
rrconttrutllon as It row U silboiigli It did not mod
bis approval at UrtU
itslttWt.. a-.---i-in mi
" iimij m mm up in i pi i iiiiiiiiiiw mi' m
Loxnox, Nor. 1. It is reported thai slight
shocks of earthquake ban been felt at Leamington,
In Warwick county.
The formal dissolution of rarllarasnt wilt proba
bly take nitre lids week. Tba writs for thn elec
tions will be Issued immediately Uiereafter, and the
elections will commence three dayi from the date of
JlAbntn, Nor. 1, Tlie Provltlonal OoTCrnment
It about to tend reinforcements to Cuba.
Tlie city of Havana has been authorized to borrow
10,(Xi,0OO crowns ror the completion or the Issbel
Helgtumbts recognlrcd the rcotltlonal Govern
lioxrox, Nor. 1, Serious riolt took placo In
Itollcrdam yetterday. Tho lroo were called out,
and were obliged lo lire upon the rioters. It It re
ported fial tertral persnnt were killed end many
wounded. A larg number or me-ts have been
Lnxnov, Nor. 1. The Khnti of KpUii.1 has
sent an embas.y to St. Petersburg to make odcre of
rilenJtliip und submisilon to Iho Ctir.
I.tvrnrnot, Nor. 1. lntelliBenc has been re--eclve.1
here tint the American bark IkinndPig 1111
low, reom llireelona for New York, has been spoken
eitf Ihe coist of Portuttl, under Jury masts, bating
1. st tnalnmat a'ld mlxeuiuast aud roreluprnasl In a
gale on the 13th Inst,
Corrttponiinie-or nt .inn.
AtntNT, Oct. 81, leiM. 'Iho Dean liichnintid
cam tin last night for the flnt time slneo the wot
eui.k. She msdo the trip lu eleven houis.
There w ere on loan! many pntengtr. going home
to tote. I brant of but one lli publican among Ihem.
A joiini man a Democrat luld mo that at the
bonrdli g houie where he lis oa In New York were
sit graduates of Yale College, nil or whom will tnto
for Grant, but ever., one of whom would have voted
fur Chase If he had been iiondnitcU.
I.nllna nf Iho Corner Moim of Ibn lliilldlncf
lor Iho V ii ii nu Men' Chrlsllnii Aaaurln-
lull. . .
Hie ceremonies of lutlmr tho corner stone of
Ihe new building for the Voting Men's Christian
Association, now In process of erection on the cor
ner or Twenty third strret nnd Fourth nsenne, look
place on Saturday afternoon at HU o'clock. '1 he et
rrilxs. con. I n. ot piajtr, tinging, and ad lressen,
wero held upon n titnporiry plnllmni oppo-lir tho
main cntrancn or the building ou 1 we, tj -third
street. After the reading or the Scriptures by Iho
Id v. Thomas Do Witt, It. I)., senior pastor Colle
giate lleh rinrd Dutch Church, and prayer bj the
Iter. II. J W. Ilurktand. pnslnr of Caltary Churrh,
Mr. William U. Dodge, Jr. President of tho Assn.
elation, made a btlef lutiodue'oit address, In which
hi- remarked tint tho new- building was to be de
voted to everything Hut can sss.t m making good
clllirna or all joiing men, phjslcally, Intellectually,
lie was followed Willi addrestrt by the Iter. Wil
liam Adams, D. II., pn.tor nl Ml.ll-on squire Prestiy
trrlan church, tlio Iter, t'jrni I). Fom, pastor iif
Trlnlll Methodist liplseopal church, thn ltev. Jol n
Hill, D. D., pastor or I in ii iivinue Prrbjtrrluii
church, and tho ltev S'cphrn II T.nr. I). I)., rector
or HbCltwrfA'a lYotealanl KplseOpn elinrrh. Thn
re'ltarks tljete clergymen were exceedingly happy
nnd appropriate, and a mire oulllnoof their eapri t
slons would fall to convey an adequate Idea i f thn
spirit and genuine fei ling with which they were de
livered. No ono ciit.ll have heard them without
being doubly lnirrcse.l with the Importance nnd uie
rulnctaof tho association Tor Ihe benedtor young
Al the dose of the addrrsica tbe President ad
vanced and lowered the rornrr-slouo at the eastern
side of the enlnnee. A boi, with a copy olTilc Si x
and about a bashrl of ullglutis nnd tocular tcrlodl
cals, was deposited In the alone.
The reremonbt closed with tlie singing of the
Doxology nnd the benediction by the ltev. l-suc
Ferris, D.D., LL.D., Chancellor New York Cnlier
ally. The new building of Ihe Y. M. C. A. Is to 1 five
stories high, nnd Its srrhllerturo of the Mile known
ss the "Hcnals'sncc." The ground door will bo
divided Into times and a cymiiaaiuin ; the second
door Into a spnelout hall, reception and reading
roomt. The remaining doora will be used fur lec
ture rooms, oldies, amllstndloa. It It .0 bo rnmplclo
In all Its airaugeiuents, and both Internally and ex
ternally will be an ornamrnt to the city, ami In list
objects an honor to our citizens. Tho funds for the
building are ral-ed by nib.cnptb n. Cost or the
ground, tllj.lssl; probable cost or Iho building.
I txl.tisj. Architects. Itenwlck and Sandt.
Pollen Nets a Yrsteritny.
At Kisex Market Liimnn Kaiifinaiin, n rnfTi-o
saloon keeper at 177 llowiry, was I roiiahl before
lusilce Shaiulliy, at Dsscx Market, for eliciting tha
Manhattnii Gat Company by cmmctlng with tho
ti rvlce pipe on hit premises an India rubber rat
pipe, su that tho gas would go dlnclly Irom Ilia
iialii to thu buuicis Mlllioul piuting thiuiigli
tho meter. Held to ball lo nnswir.
....At thn Tombs, b. fore JnsUca Dow ling,
Igiitelu ul.Ie buuta Ciua, a t uu.ui, waa ar
raigned for robbing tlut ivus llliu. of 1.1 nxchanga
place, dnrlng the previous nliht or lis gnldwalch
worth 11. 'Iho complainant was attacked on tho
cuincr or Petri tlnct and Ilroad ...) by tiiroe mon,
one or whom, the prisoner, match, d the natch ftoiu
Ms veil pocket. Hilly committed John Williams,
M) jean or aee. wat locked up atn pickpocket, br
bating been caught In tho act of leking the pocket
or Mrs. Anne Miller, or U Host street,
Willlamaburgh.... Joseph Haly was lorkrd up
for a brutal aasault on Thoniaa Cilworlh,
of him street, whom he struck on the
head with n bottle . Thomas Cuddlng and John
livana wero committed for stesllng eolton from the
eleamihlp Charleston, ut plee6 North idler, .
John Wilson, a young man, waa ai retted for a bur
glary at 8A West street, occupied by Samuel II. Sea
man as a steamship ofllce. '1 hreeskrlctoii keys wero
found In hla iioiseaslou. Comialtted.
Hevenlb Jubilee of tho Iteforinatlnii.
The three hundred and flftlelh aunlrersarr of
tbe Prolratant Ileformatlon, or the seventh period of
llflyyrsrs, ended yetterday. Appropriate tcrvlcea
In conamcrnorallon or tho etent wtie luld lu the
Lutheran Church, Twenty-first street, both morning
and afternoon. T bo ltev. Dr. Kruttl, pastor, I re-ich
ed from the text, "The tard halh showed ua great
things, thcrefoie air we made glad." Among jheso
"great thlngt" was tho Lutheran Itcformatlon, nnd
tho exlrntlun or Protettant chrltttanlty throughout
the enllre world, lie rcrrried to Luther's wonder
ful revolution lor religious freedom, nnd at hit prln
clplct had becoma firmly planted In thla country of
ours, lt waa fitting lo honor hit inirnory in our
clitirchrt fiom yctrloyrar. Snndiysrhool exercises
wire held In thu afternoon, and In Ihe eaenlng the
pastor preached again ou the occi'lon. Tho church
waa decorated with ercigrecua and (lowers.
Tub Pnitiiixxcr or Prikcetox. A terj plea
atnt fact comet out in connection with tho Inaugura
tion or Dr. Met'oih at President or Prliiielon Col
lege. It appears that as soon as It waa known that
Dr. McCoih would accept tho po.ltlon, ll.e Inend.of
the Institution b( stirred lhenisil.es to raUo a fun.l
which should secure him a sufficient nnd permanent
stltry. The inurement resulted in a ruhsrrititlnii
amounting to titl.OUU, and the Interest or thlt fa en
tirely disvutrd lo the object named, Very little has
been said about thlt tubicrlptlun, and It will Interest
tbo public to know that John I. Illalr, tho Krpubll
can candidate lor (loiernor, to whoso munificence
the College hut already been largely Inbebted, beaded
tbe Hit with IO.i. Menri. 11. L. A A. Stuttt, the
tugtr deilrrt, cave ilO.tii). Mr. btuart, lresideutof
tho United States Trui.t Company, of New York,
5atef.1,000i Me.srs. Stuarts, the bankers, (1,UU:
Ir. Hubert Itonner, of the .Veic l'ort ItJgtr. f,W,
snd a number etibirrtbed f 1,000, whllo the baltnee
wat made up In smaller sums. Then, after com
pleting thlt ti0,000, a smaller subscription, amount
ing to between 7,iX) and tx.Oixi, wat made up to re
lit and refurnlth the house which baa been act apult
for the Prctldenl, to that he enltra upon bit ofdee
under drcumttancei the must favoiaUo. Trtnton
An Adirondack Trngedy.
ma Ms (.ilea l!iu.
It will he remembered thut in tha latter part of
September Otis Arnold, tha wtll known guide of
John Ilrowu'a Tract, shot tnd killed a man named
James Snort. The murdered man waa a resident
orSaranao liver, and was stopping at Arnold'a ror a
time. The two were one day engaged lu a dispute
over a dog collar which Arnold claimed, but which
Short rsruted to jleld. The remit of the quarrrl
waa that Arnold shot bliort. Tho homicide then
called hit family togchi r, luado somo disposition or
lilt property, and umiuuurrd hit Intention to taku
to the woods nnd new be captured allvo.
Wo havo heard or no slUinpt on tbe part of the
authorities to bring Am .d to justice, and jet acci
dent or his own bund l as al last laken hla llfo. it u
reported that hit bo., In' been found In Mck'a lake
near his lato reshlenre. Ihe body gava evldonco or
having lain In tho it. r w time, ond the supposi
tion Is that Arnold took I is llfo shortly alter com
mitting the murder. 'I ne bu ly w aa discovered by Ii.
Arnold ami Mr. Kclluge. '1 or bout of tho sulcldo
wot doatlng on the Ukc. 'the Herkimer county
Coroner and bherllf wore notified of the recuvery of
Natcbalizatiox Fnti'm ix Jgtugr Citt.
Valentine Puiter wat trresled In Jersey City on
Saturday on a charge of lalseiy awearlng In connec
tion with two spplirr.t'ons fur naturalization papers.
He wai held to bill In IVtO. John O'Kcere, thu
alleged dealer In bogus naturalization papers, boa
boon discharged, the cvUcccc belug iniufflclent to
iuillfr bla couiolltntol
The Labor Iteforna Partr-Thrlr Cnndldntrn
A mcelinR of the City Central Committee of thlt
new partr wat held on Stlurdty evening at vr!
Ilowery, Mr Alex. Troup presiding. After the ap
proval or Ihoininutct the Secretary, Mr J. A. Taf
lor, read several comr.innlratlont in u -pon i to their
Interrogatories to the Assembly candidates now
Claiming the votes of the worklngmen upon the con
spiracy and eight hour lawa. Mr. Frank Dairy, can
didate for Assembly In the Illatiict, glree a gen
eral reply lo tha questions, and writes :
" 1 am. and alwart hate been. In favor of Ihe aforesaid
Itwt tnd regulation! (vlr , trade anion laws), ns I bate
tliown In my dealings with my hlcodi and the peuple
Mr. Peter Wood, esndldtle In theSlxtecnth Assem
bly District, replies touching these two points t
" I rerngnlra the rights of men to pitke their own
terms i being a woiklnstntn myelf, I f. I for th -Ir In
lerctt. s s s f obcieei.ynii ran rest assnn-d you
will hoar from r.is, and la nn h a inaiiner at will be satis
factory to your Co.nndttee."
Mr. Wm. 0. Dergcn, candidate In the Ninth Assem
bly District, before gltlng a dliect answer to tho In
terrogatories, starts out with the ss.nranee to the
Committee that bis Interests and thcui aro Identi
cal, lie writes:
I maorlngnian-tbr!cl.lSTcr-athlrh calling I
am al oiesent actively employed i rnnseiirnllr mv In
tpretti aiecommon with my lelluw liNirert, anj h it
ever promliei lo smel.orst Ihe cond.ilou or be neilt or
e evaie tne worklngnisu affects mys-lf as one orih.t
ClSl. .VhallfCt Irgbtallvn l tid'. hn.ljg lu .In
th- welfiis M the l1-""" milis ,-f ttt hs lion, hat In
tier my Interests ns latmrer . and whatsrr cotiito the
wurklitgmeii In t tie Ir w Mom and di l.hrnilo Jiidjim ut
see nt and proper ti admit lor Ihe rurlh.arsee, or the r
detsrniin itlon to he reeoiniied and rare i for by the
ltw-mnklna towers mint W beau Ir ar-troved by iny
setr. at ore o( the peuple whom tuchnillin Is desiane I
, I therefore ebeetfolly reply to all thets qnestians yen
bsvesent thai I am uncniil.i eslly In U vor or them, end
itinll hold ii.y.eif ri.i.ly for yo r sirtlec,
I hold i .yteiriet ii. nhiller m t' l.uTilitr- or Id
Iheritpai llrof ad.l'v worker for nn hotie-l nhsi.t
once, (o ft ror or with my lellow laborer. And I on.
less that Ihe rosres nir.-tiis made In orgtnliing itie
imliutrlsl mint or theeoiielir an.t edui atlng Ihrni
alike In rt-liie their stienulli sud tindorittud I In- d.ne.
Hon of their teteresls, la to hie n .,Md ssttsttrtlon I am
sure we have nmoug u t'.e Inrs-llit-t.ro tont.e shti e lo
f.ft-e' te.-lslstloii in Ihi-s fiiblect' (n whli h we tine- in
mintitltle and abiding Inleruli tnd wlien the will in
do It (Is made runnlrp'l, tlie bum,' or tbe wi i l.'-.f-sn
will have lieen won. I pledge myseir. st til tunes, la
stl plan s, nad in wtialeaer rspse ly. to he nt the seivu
of Oieworkitiainaa and at the service and !iommsnd
or rnur ors;iinfsatt'in.
Mr. Alex, l'renr, candidate In the rineentli Dis
trict, writes : i
Inantwrrlii ynurfrtl htqiilry I have tntltlelbal I
wat atnenib, ri.f the l.e 'i.taitirf tien Ihe 1 1. lit hour
bill was pas.ed, and I lotujMnd woikeiiror It. aud I am
again ri sdr In nuke. ih, law more sin .pun I.
lo ji.ur seeon.l Isquliv I hs.e to s.v f am opposed M
Ihe ivnsplraey law, aud will .usut uf elected) tu icpeal
To yonr thud Inqnlry I can only ear I ant oppmed to
ftnjetntrsits lor ils-in lal.or. t ai.led t j mj vote
and intlneaee tst wlniee to nniinl Hie rlutluir ooutraei,
and s uieeeded In doll g It
I a a In fa. or or any appientlee Isirt that the mechan
ics iliink wonldnl. accethtlr Interests.
Mr. Peter Trolner writes fiom Ids lookout In H.a
Il.cirniri Asemhly l)l"lilet to sty that be Is 1 lu
favor nf nn i Ighl-bour law, and of an at pi entice l.nv
that n.e-ts the si prubatiun of the iiitt'liunht," and
OjlJ-ed to li e Cou"plrucy law and to His toiiliact
sy.len In oar Stnto pn-nns. ard will. If electi d, ns..
lilt Inlluence and coit till tulo lo n-ji-al ttie one and
abolish iho other.
Mr. Thns. II. Ferris, candldato In tbe Sixth Dli
trlct. writes :
I am a-d alwaya have been an sr. lent siippnrtrror
anv sjsto a or laws wl.leh ran be rramr l In order lu
lighten itie burden ot the worklntnitn. and i-aahle liltn
totii'tain an huuuralde pusiliou In lite (or hluiiclf nnd
.A' i,,l,,,f ,n ;W l,n"r ' "onld aitwer
Ihtt I nleilea liir'elf ilf elei te,l) to bo nn nr. lint nn.l
tinequitwal tupporlerol a law wdieh wonbi rompil.e
all ll. e rlanset la r.'srd luwh'rli jouask. And rue-in-r,
in. I will call nir vole and mm my Innnene.
10 rep.uil tho to railed 1 Con-piracy taw," an I iijsuru
jours-'f and rellow ineinh.rs thtt my tviutathy Is
wild yon In recitd Jo tho iiiiiidllug or turli an
odium statute, which puce In the p..i'ilua of erimintli
wnrlhymia who may In defence or tlietr dearest In.
tenets untie In order fuaicomplintinn oru. . t su rrautht
with Importance la the Ir rlthls n.a tint true nmt elitef
snpporiirs or l tie romiiitinlty, which It li will known
th w orkingmcn are.
Inretstloiiio in,, tttte-nnf Itlnir In flalo rrlsnrt, I
would also ante that my views have often been so puh.
Ilelyexfreised on tills Mihjcct tbat It hsrdlr nii-ds my
n lteratl ui orilii-mthat I am snd nlwnyt will lie In ravor
of do .11 awarwllh a sr.tem which allows n gruplnir
and uiBrrut iilous lot or men to lake advanlaiio of the
laws 11 u.'-ilie eilmlnnl portion of our population tottm
di llitiieiil of Iho liiechaolr.etiit will, I aisuie ton, placo
myself right on therirutd by Introducing nnd i mica
aoring by all menus to have rrarted a law or Itwt
wlm Ii will ptii tin Itbor or rutirtr it out of tin. reach or
sueii per-. ns in.1 l.ave tuili labor arplli-d, at It iliould
be. I . pnbllo workt,
fa naanl tn the apprentice sy tem.t would respect
f" 'Ir slate that I am In later ur Intlndnelna alaw
w .k Ii woald render It necessary tor joiing mrii tut, ml
Ina to Mow a iiursult in labor, tn pans a rea.unsblo
11 in ot ai prciilfrodilii la order .list lliey raay become
skllnil in -ihnnlrs and du nwsy with tho evil wblili now
etlite. ornlisrd working and praelletl luietianlL being
forii'd lorompela Willi parllei who litre onl n pan lit
knowledge nl ihelr liusiiir.sin,t wtniaeee impletely tin
del tin. control on iiiplcier., Irom ll.e fact Unit tlii-y n o
not able toeiicrl their rfxhl at worklngmeu rrum llielr
I hs.e above briefly nmwrred Iho few nnestinni
win, b von bu.,. put lu me. but 1 pli dgo liljsi If lb.it,
should I be eleeli ,to the Ignition to whli li I aeplre, rnr
enitesior shall be lo do all and every act or aitsinmy
leal lallir rnirer uhleh lajs In my iwrr ror Ihe causu
ot the worklngnisu. I um, tlr, wilu much resp'i t. your
obedient svrrsnt, HlliHAr) II. FllHKlri.
The Committee received an arllriiiathe reply from
Gen. Il.ii mini, Impcctor or Statu Prisons, In record
In the contract system, Having tieen assailed lu
some of the Albsuy papers, ho wroto to Mciisrs.
Jessup and Troup, President and Secretary or the
State Wotklngmvii'a Assembly, la tlndli ale his uc
Hon so far ns thry eonld. They replied that sit r a
cure Oil Invcttlgatlnn, ihry fonnd Hist ho waa i.ot
only not In fatnr, but thai, through hit action, the
printing conlinel was annulled. This verified by
a letter Irom Mr. James II. Swain, tho printing con
tractor, who stales thtt be would not toluntnrlly
hue glicn It up. 'Ihrso leileia, logelhcr with others,
are In the hnnds of the Committee.
The following mined Assembly enndhttles wern
rndurted bj the Cinnndtlen on Saturday i-tinlng: C.
Johnson, Fifth District ; Hioiuts II. Ferris, Sixth
District; Wm. G. Hrrgrn, Ninth District;.!. Mr
Gnnnlglr, Kleviutli lll-lrlct; J Mrllermott and P.
Uoo.1, Slitidilh District, and II. Mitchell, Twin
Hetli Dlslilct. Adjourucd.
Urn. Ilnruuni Iieitrr Irom Mr. .Irssitp,
. New Yorx, Oct. 80, IttW.
Th (A t Kllhir or Ttt Ann.
Suit On looking over Iho columns of Tint Sux
Ihls orentng.on my leturn homo from work, 1 and In
tho repoil of the clothing ruttrrs' meeting Is.t even
ing tlie lollowingl "A euniinunlcatlon from Ilia Prett.
dent oltho tVorklnguicn't Cldou. requlilna them to me
Itielr Innuenes tn defent the eleettunor Henry M. ftar
lilllil, a candldtta lor Iho Aisenihl), on tho ground of
bu oppuiitton lu tlio Tradri t'nloot'
I aelre to Inroria Jon. ai lYe.hlent nr thn Working
men's Cidoa, that nu such romaiiiiilittluu has been Is
lued by the rrlon. or been aulhorlzi d t neither ha. Ihn
t'nloa tlio ilaht lu require tuch action from any asso
rl.illou. 1 ho 1 1. Inn does not act politically, but lor tbe
Bdvanreineut of the various Irsdet.
Jg Hits communication tpokiu or rrrert to Henry A.
Itanium, candidate (or ru'lrcllon as State I'rltun In
tpce-mr, I have to say that It doit thtt gentlemaa great
Thu worklngmen or this State have for tome yeart
been slrlvlna lo effect a rcfoim In the contract tjttent
or ttio Htata I'rltoDt, and tbe mechanical luanefics of
labor ta ttie Prl.ons when bruiight In eonrset with
honest skilled labor. Otnctally, I have met Prison In.
iperlor llarnum on several oci'ssloiis.aiid havoalwuvt
Paind Mill well dllpoied toward tho worklug clasai s,
and ready la Impart any Inrormatlouwe required. In
ruct, 11 whs from such liiforiuallon that we weie enabled
In hate ttie recent obnoxious printing contract lu Slug
bing Prison abioKated,
As a workln.iiiau, It Is agalmt ray principle! to en
dorse any eaiiitldste unleas lie bo nominated ou Ihe
l.aborltefurmlltkeltlndeiendcnt or narly hut as In.
sneetor llarniiia has been mlsri presented editorially In
the columns of a dslly paper as lo bis rourto In i uiirior
Iton Willi the wurkliigmen. I lia.o felt It my duly. In
connection Willi others, Independent of sit imrly ron
sldsratluns, lu attach my iiamo tu a circular ceillfjlng
to the hunorablo and boneit cunduet of lieu, Ilurnuiii In
all our ilridliigs with that gentleman la lilt oltlclal
capacity, lltlluvltur that Juttlcu thuubi be done ttioiuli
Iho heaven- sl.utild fall, 1 take tho liberty of Intruding
tills lunuiiunlestloti upun you.
lloipeitrully yours, WM. J. JKSI'P,
President N. V. state VYorklngtucn't Aiscuihly,
b rw Yoaa, Oct. 50, in.
Ninth Congress District,
JOHN SAVAUK WITtlURAWAk OV UXN, W. I.
ICl FORTT-NINTII HTIIMT, I
New YiiliK, Nov. I, f
TulAs nttnocrney uf ikt mntk Conjicti liuuiit
In unler thut tho Dotuocraoy of this district
may have Ihe opportunity to mako a united oppo
sition tu tho election or the candidate rolstud upon
them by a corrupt bargain and against their will, I
hereby withdraw my name Irom tho Hit nf candi
dates, and recommend my frlendi to cast their toiet
for the Hon, John Savage a man In carry wsy
worthy or jour suCrsgrs, und a truoand tried Irlcnd
or constitutional liberty.
WILLIAM 8. IIII.I.YL'H.
Oax. UILLTXH OX URX, UIIANT,
Gen. Illllyer, ono ol the most actlre aud rffliicnt
supporters of Seymour and Illalr in the canvait lu
thla city, In a speech made before the Nineteenth
Ward Democratic Club on Wcdnctday night, spoke
nt fulluws of Geu, Grant's personal sod military
character: The most pilnful duty of my llfo Is that I
am compelled tu oppose. Gen. Grant In this canvass,
lie is mv personal iruud, I waa Inliinatu withhlui
before the war. 1 shared tl.o pulls of the battk
(leld and tho precious lutercourio of camp lift' with
him during Iho war. I havo utalued bit conlldenco
and airectiou tinea tho war. I long cherished the
hupo that he would be tho ttandard-biarcr of the
Di mocratlo party In thltcoiitrit. I repeat to you lo
night, arhat I have luld In forty odd tpmihi-a mado
by mo In thlt cniopulgu, that Gen. Grant It a gei.tle
man of unsullied honor, u Just man, a mini of ci rci'
hnbiK. a liiau ofiiitelkct, u hun.euo man, a man ut
uimcllMi isdrlotlsin. Tlio Irresistible I. Ic or mr
cits has proicn his military ecnlus to be shovothe
reach id calumny or captious criticism. Whither
you approve or dltapi rove of my opinion., tin parti
tan feeling, no des'ro ror party turcees, will ertr de
ter me Irom defending hit personal and military rep
utation wheucver, wbercter, and by whom. .tier as
sailed. I think that man It neither a gcnllemuu, a
VhrUUuu, nor a trtiv Ditaocrat, who will tcrinil bu
. -.. -."". -as- e-'pf f-m- T-
polltlcal opinions tn Interfere with bis prUale friend
ships. While I oppose, and shall continue to tttlck
wltli til the powers God has glren me, tbe political
plttform of tho pirtt Gen (Innt icpresenla, I thsll
never forget that la all Protltablodlecoatinnt or great
principles It It cttenllil to sciarato the adtucate
from his eaaio,
German Ilrpnhllcnn ,'lirtlnj In Cnnper In
atltule".1lnJor(len, Fremont Address,
On Hnturdajr night, Ihe hall of Cooper Institute
wat filled with an audience of German IIcpubKcant.
The chair waa taken by Dr. KrackowUer. who
opened the butlnest of tho meeting. AHer the read
ing or Ihe lltt ol Vice-Presidents, which Inclmled Ihe
names or many promlncat dtliens, Dr. Friedrlch
Sclidta delivered a stirring tddrest In derma,., in
w hlrh he treated mainly of the elrcntth or Ihe Ite.
ritibllcin rorm or government, and or tbe spproach
ng end of the Democratic party. Tbt Cbalitnan
Major-Gen. Fremont, wbo was greeted with
loug ond loud atplauso. As soon as he eonl.l be
beard, bo began by sating that an ckcbsIijh tost by
ono side wat gtlnod by the other, and (hat victories
wtro won by single votei. No man should pause in
his avorV nntll final succcst avat avon. Many Ger
nisnl did not crime here became Ihov preferred thlt
country to their own, but became or be'ns turned
swaj (rum their old hornet by revolution. The new
hornet aiblch they bad cttabllthcd here bad agreed
with their old one !s bsrinony and progress. Ger
man Indutlry had done the work or generation! fd
dmloplng iho West. In tic Weal, German and
loyally wcie one and Iho tamo word, il.-rm.in bayo
D'tl mado n bulwark on tho Mlsiltslppl against tho
il.oiU or rebellion. (Juicier hut not lest important
work was now asked of tho llrlmai.s. They wero
asked lo ttuito their Indnence to teltle the unfinished
btislni s rl Hie war. Some or tho questions now In
tolvcd were very difficult. The quistlnn or suffrsgs
concerned tho aaliuln nation. Ttie questiou ot tatiur,
tu Inllinatrlr concerning the South, did not present
sellout diflcully. Fioin personal knowledge trie
spi ikrr I ad reason to believe that the bti.lnrst and
labor lulerctti nr the South were In favor of Hon.
tlranl, and Hut when SO .3 ;b-ete,t Iho (.resent ills,
turleinrcs there would eeate. The meaiuro. "
llepulillcnn party bad not always bun prrfecl, yit
r. try i. bsiiiictlnn had hern thrown tn I, nia. ; but
Ihey will finish what bat turn ten undone by the lain
war. There nro no party l-sues; tho people wotilj
vlndleato the Deelaratlon or Independene.-, and de
cii'o justlin to all men. Improvements mini tie msdo
In the country, tnd there must be no arguments
The tl.nerai then gave an aecout of the feeling rf
the loytl piopl tn Indiana, and concluded by urging
ull prreent lu unite lor the success or tbo llc"0bllctii
cuii.lldttes. He wat rrpcalrdly applauded during hit
spcorh, nud trllred nmld rnlhti.lsstic cheers. An
addicts was Han made by Mr. lb Wtll, arter which
the inecliug broke up.
Tntix llATiriPAiiox Mkrtixo. A ntnis meet
ing atill be In Id thM crcnlng at Pjlhagorat II.ill, Ml
and PM Canal street, to ratlry thu nomination of
Giorgc 1 rsm Is Tram ror Congress.
Alliums! or Ttttt Moxtm Kxtn tit Couuittrr.
Tho Muurt Kirrtilhu t!..mmltle have I'sne l an
ud.lriss In which Ihovtt.ale that Ihe Moirt Hall or
ganlr .lion baterisolvrdnot lo prcunt ony distinct
county tlcl ct at thlsclrcilun, and Hint thry consider
the tioiiiloatli.nl made by Tammany lit II at riulneullr
proocr, aud worthy tho support of sll Democrats,
l.'ii i nt.ictv MtRTixn at ('anwitsriu.c The
l.att turnout or Iho Itepuhllcana or Carmansvlllo wat
mado on Saturdtr eiculng at (he Union Lisjue Hall.
Mr. Fuller presided, and speeches wcie made by tho
Chairman, Dr. Ilalluck, Col. Kitehum, Mr. Mtchill,
and.dhert. A eoni) any ol llojt In Illne enmn over
Irom Htr.em and added to the o.cucral JublPn of tho
occatnn. Mr ltlrhard II. Greene wat unnnlmnutli
and besrllly rutlQed nt Hie notnuico lor Attcmblyman
fiom the Nineteenth District.
I'axiAx IxtiinxATinx Mrmxn. A meellns of
Irish elllrcns of Ihe Third Contrcsslontl Dlsirtrl,
llrooklju, arss held on Sulur.lay evening, lor the
p.irpose ol eiprcs'lng Ihclr dlscusl at Ihe rondnct of
the Di muriatic wlrrpulXr In Ilrookljn, In Ignoring
the claims of Ihe lion. William K. Itoblnsun ton
nomln.itlHii ror Congtiss because ot his xral In behalf
of tilth liberty while n member. Itcmarka nrro
innds by Col, Thoniaa J. Kelly. Cipt, Cavaniiah.
Jmlge l.j nch, Col. Lynch, and 7, 11. Lyddy, Tbo au
dience wat targe aiidcuthutUiitlc.
Tim (lanMAX Rirt nt.icix Cr.rn or rn Bu-
TRRhTII WaIIII, TlllllTtaNTII AlSIHUbT DllTNtlT.
This Club held a well attended meeting on Salurdtr
night, tl3M)i:ighthnveuuc, Mr. Wm.Sclilrgel, Chair
man. The nominations of Mr. George Stsrr for
Congress, and Mr. . Met. McLcoil 'for Assembly, wero
duly rallllcd. Mr. .Mclainl appeared personally and
made n few remarks alioul Ids Intentions, snd de
clared himself In faror or universal surlrsgo snd op-
Cotcd lo prolilliilory laws. Olhcis alto made tuita
Jottx HtranR ron Coxunat!. Tho Independent
Democrats or the Ninth District mado a final turn
out nn Saturday night at the Junction ol Itroadwiiy
andSeaetith ntciiue. In fttor or John Saaage ror
Congress, A teinporary pliliorin was erect, d and
Iningwlln lists and lanterns, and a bund of music
was lu attendance. A largo crowd assembled and
wire addrested by Gen. Itltljer, John Saaage, Eq.,
andothira. Much enthusiasm prevails tn Iho ills.
1 1 let oler Iho nomination or Mr. bataje, and his
frlendi are eonlldrnt of eli-ellng Mm. Tho Inlluenro
or Gin. Illlljcr, whu It nut a iandlu.il!, la thrown In
ravor or John Sutngo, nnd be now has n ftlr Held
against Fernando ood ou one side, aud Dr. Frauds
A. Thomas on tho other.
Tug Griiuax lltri nncix crxtral Comuittir
This Cominlltre yestenlyy arternoon met nt Iho
Steuben llou.e, Dr. Muhr presiding. Mrtsrs. llry
irle.Dr. Gerkr, and Jacoblweir appointed a com
inllteo to prrpiro an address to tho German voters.
Ti lt Comuilliei) subseiueiitly submitted an address,
which was adopted and ordered lo be published.
Thlt document It a dual aud uigciil nppetl lu Iho
Grrintnt tn mpioil nt the rlcelion lo moirow He
publican cnmllihU'S only, and to do ll.elr pari, la
tolliiK for Itrpubllcati Congretmen only, to give the
next President a luiwerful tiiptioit by Coiirren! ; and
at tho next Legislature hat tu elect a Culled Slates
Senator, tho election ofn mnjoilty uf Kcpubllraii
As.einblrinen It tuntlderrd ol the greatest Impor-tsnei-.
'J fin Cintral Cumndttee avarnt the Gcuuan
Mders rariii'ttly Hum being led lutu tbusuptmrtuf
lluuinan for Gutetnor.
lliiooii.rx Cirr Ann Ktxot Coi'xir Nouixa
tioxs. The follow Ing ure the candldatra In nomina
tion on the Conxrcssiuual, Assembly, city and county
tlckitt of the rigultr Drmocrullc nnd 10 publican
Csrlles, Hie ludepcndent Democratic ticket bav'jg
IHtl. Htmorrnllr lpublran.
J-Jol.o tl, hehuaiaker. Iltniyx llellowi.
a lleury IV. riiocuiii. Sainutl Hootb,
tht. rttmocrnlte, JittmbHctin.
1- llngh M.Clark. Ju.eph o. King.
2- llenry J.4 ulleli, Jr. Mepficit M. Ill Is wold.
It I'alriik Kendr- Join s K. I.uddcn.
t-W. W. Moseley. Win. Idchaid-oa.
0- Julia W. Iliiiiler. Jss. I(, Allaben.
0- Jolin II, IV, Mi. Andrew ll. Holies.
7lieu. L. Fox. hamiiel T. Mtddoa.
-lis Witt p. 'lower. p. K. Autiln.
v-JohuC. Jtcubt. Ldward II. Klavlu.
lint. Attorney Smiiuel 0. Morris, turn. T. .Icnlt.
oiiniy iiouiircr.'lhui A.llsrd.nir. Kdward li. While.
Corootr, lstditt.,Jus. (I. .touen. Will, II. Miller.
..Sil dltt..l.swr. Wliiwnill. John II. ll. Builtb.
Sarerlntendeulsor thn l'uor
Mulilitet Ilonry r-etter. Jno. Montgonierv.
Mb dltlr rl (l'Mius Jeriu.nn. And. Ilegeiran.
Jutlceeessiuui.,,blcpu. LVoorhles. IV ui. II, llojl.
Collector orTatri.fiiac Iladean. Frederick Rcbolct.
Ciimlitrolltr K. tl. Johnson, John L. Spmler.
Audlior Jamet O'ltilon, James Atcbeer.
City Treasurer.. ..c. A spraane. JohnJ. Miudnell,
Police Juttlco.....Andmw Wslih. Johu u. Adsuis,
Jilillees oflhe Peace
1st IHililol lolm Delmar. John Cnrklo,
V.IIH.Irlcl lamet lluekley, Charles S, t rost.
eili District John Lynch. Charles J.Jack.
Dennis O'Keefa Is an Independent Democratic
candldita ror Assembly In tbo Third District, aud
Patrick Hums lu Iho First Dittrict.
H'urds. lUmocrnlte. llrpubllmn.
J-Wlillsm Dwyer. Alet. Johnston,
t-l.ilniund A. Kollmyer. Hurdett stryker.
ft-Thomas Krttlng. Pardon W. Kenton.
Charles Frsnks. 1.. J.N. mark ilnd.l.
H-Oeorga Wlltard. W.Wood. '
Jos' pli Wlltou llul.).
10 Jacob I. Heiiteu. Jerome It. Wais,
K-Michael Coder. Ueorgo llaunagan.
J. llonoTsn (luih). "
-Ired. Nol.n. Il.nry Hughes.
14- I. I Cluck, Henry Hes.a.
,L y Totsos. H. L. Carlisle,
wu-fliouiat w. Adamt. Hobert M. Whitney.
11 Jaima Campbell,
1W io wittc.liaulaU. Daniel K. Travlst.
Frauclt McUratb (Ind.), "avtss.
WunU. DfiiioernMc. .Vm.'."in.
1- Cbarles I), llutehlngs. II. Cornell White.
S -Samuel II. htaw art. Dwbjht .lohnilon.
g-Thoiiiatstievltn. lleury hw-tr.
V-Jtmes tl.ldr. (I. Davenwrl.
!r!Il'".UWB, J'' Wm- Do licrolie.
V.' " hfUCh. II.Multh.
!I.'.'!,V.'','.,!.0, Chauneey Perry.
-Mlchael ('root. Frederick Bchofes.
il-John D. Ilennesij, llallry J, llilhaattr.
sl James W tl.h, Y. II. Olesir.
There ar Independent candidates In nearly all tho
Itri UBUOAM Mrrt(xo im Jrjt dir. A largo
meeting t, at held at tho City Wlgwum Saturdar
eienlng. Addne'es wero made by Mr. Oopslll J,
O. lloutc, Major Puugborn, Oeu. Van llturcu, and
Anitisn or Iu-gnat. Yotrrs at Nkwarr. Tho
anthorllles havo made numerous orrettt of persons
accutcd of Illegal voting tlneo the charter election,
which took place on the lath of October. Forty
three person! have been taken Into custody, a great
portion or tho number being now confine.) in tho
County Jail. It la said thtt uu uiual number aro yet
to be arrested.
(.ORRRCTinx. A local paragraph appeared in
y,ur.l;l.'t'r uu'rjl weka allies, lu MluJi the nauio of
G. at llarnn, ofCleailand, wat iii.ntioiiodlna evn
nectton Mlc-olalea to do him Injustice. We have since
leariitHl that Iho tronsacllon ill 1 not occur ua Ihertlu
routed, inj wc mal(OibltUjeiacat luju,i;9 (o Uin,
XtlR CITT. j
DgArnor Et-SItroia (Irxrnirt't FardRii. Thi
father of ex-Msyor Onntber, an old and esteemed I
tcldenl of this city, died on Friday, In the seventy. ,
third year of hit ago. The funeral of the dceeaied
will lake place to morrow from his late residence, i
corner of Fourteenth ttreet and Second avenue. Tb I
rcmalni wllf be ttken lo Greenwood for Interment, i
Taxh Collictid. Tho Receiver of Taxes re- i
portt Ihtt he hit made Iho folloatlnj collections for
the put week! I
pet-?. IITa.Ta.Oet.ra ITH.MI ,
i! IJi.TTs iet. tl..; ....... .... I
OCt.IJ lll87oct.Sl "... Stoics j
Amount piDvtvu.ly collected IMOfia I
Toltt f oltectlont male since Oct. 7, .fj.trr.MI
riR.AftiittTrD. Kdrranl Kellr, ono nf Ihe es
capfd cofltlcU "fold ITacatwcll's Island, wat ra- .
arretted by Herninl Kelly, ono of tha keepers, lad '
ttken btnk to Ihe Isltnd.
Fatal AmotXT. Jamei IVonari!, rJ 81,
tan rrenlng fell Into the collar of 60J Ens I Thirteenth
street, and wat Instantly killed.
Forxn I)Rowxgi,,-The bod of a man. aid 1
V: ""nr1"10"' bUtk RRl' "d moustache, al
tlrrci In ft ij.r!: rjck C?jt. black panU, white thirl
with rumcd bosom, was found lait tuning at tha ,'
fuotorit, thune street. North Hirer ...Thobodyof a
woman w it found yesterday afternoon In the Noila
Itlier nt the foot nl Hltly flrth strret. Tbe body '
was nearly naked, nnd liad btcn In tbo water a long
.Mnnximi Srtn Kuxnar School. A Roodlr i
ntttnl er of young folkt and those of matnrer yeart
J'sirnblcd jrsteidar nrternooo at Pike'a Optra i
House, nolwllhstindlng Ihe Indemeeit weather, Li 1
listen lu Interesting addmsct by Ar. J. II. Tyler
md si jiral n.ber., and to psrtlctpale Inthoeter- j
rises or Hi's mls-lon school. The ",.,, or,, I
tl...". l Hie aelool, and the nsual public exercises da- 1
(erred until thelrfc'eCdlng Sunday. 1
IxTinxiTinxth riapTRlJitt A.ttocitTlox.
meeting of Ibis ttsnclatlnn w.at held at room .tl,
Illble Honse, on Saturday afternoon, Dr. F. Lleber
In the chair IheTnasurrr reported a bslans it( I
$11 In tho Irviiury. All tha o3lccrt wero re-ilecti-d
excepting the Ib-eordlng Secretaries aad
Trea.nrer, whose places were filled by C. A. Drilled, '
h. S-Gailld tnd Holt. It was titled , n the nutborltr
or Mr Haldwln. member of Cangri-ss, that the anb
lect of lnternailon.il copyright would be early
brought up In l ungrcas,
Ttti.0R!. Aiiinformnlnaectincof tliocmploycet .
ofllrokaar llroihera and . I. P. Hull (tailors) wat bell I
on Saturday et ruins at 10 SUnton street, for t lo t
purpose of rrorganlalng ll.elr ahop meetings, which 1
havo been discontinued forsomo tlmepait Thero i
were only a rew present, and no hn.ln-ts transacted.
A general business meeting, stivhlch all shop organl.
ration! arotcprrsentcd by delegates, la held on crcrr
Wcdncsd.ay racnlng at the aboac-named place. 1
IlRiigxpTiox or Citt Iloxpt txn Stocr!. Tlia '
Volunleer .Soldiers' Family Aid Fund ltrdcroptlon
fhinilt of Una city of New ork, an I the New York
' Cllr Stock ror Docks and Slips, due Nor I, Imirt, are J ,
now Mnt Paid by I oinptroller Connolly. .
Th amount ol the City Stock for Docks and
..Mips Is .. fJCCtdCt T ,
i laiitueftoldie'.' lamii, Ml I und rrdeiup- ' 1
. Hon bond. ;. tn)ra CO I
lb-nd-for the repsjmentof luxes t.vl ijo bt
ItevenuetKindsof IheCltysnd County t,1itt.xno osl ,
Interest on the same '03,11711 '
Ihe City Chimtierlaln payt lnlernt on ttie
nxtuttr bonds and sioekt ol the city excla
live ot retenue tmnds 1 ,011,1 U (7
Total pajmeiui to tiernsui ,l,l3,t) St i
Ixqt'Ksrs, Hi icii,rs, Ar Coroner Kecnan r1"1 .
sn ieqnrst on Ihe body of .Mat Loneckr, a German, t
about M yetrs of oge, who committed suicide at Uio i
Hotel du Nord, In thu Ihiwrry, by ahoollng himself. ,1
1 ho deceased was formerly a bookkeeper lui down. '
town establishment, but became reduced In clreutn-
stances, nnd It Is supposed thai extreme poverty led I
1dm lo take hlsowu llfo. ...Coroner Krcnau held on i
Inanrst at llollevtie llnipllal, on Ihe body of Annla J .
Haker, tvhoto death wis the rrsult of Injuries re- - j 'I
eelved some dan ago by falling from the roof I J
of n shed at No. list, Kaat Hmadway, I
while rrmovlog rlothrs from a clothes lino. I
....An Inquest wit held on the body of John Lynch, N
who was killed by rsllliic irom Ihe ruur or LVJKatt l1 '
Highly second ttreet, which bo wtt repairing. .. Ij
Coroner Keeiun alto held an inquest on the bodyol i
an unknown man, apparentlf an Irtth Itborcr, wbo f
waa round dead In a rut In Forty-clgtilh street, when ,1
be had apsiriiiily rsllrn, rractnilng I la akuIL Jiody
removed la the Morgue lor Idrntlllrallon. li
Ural Lstatr. Tho real estate market for tha
list rttr dajt list been unutually quiet, and will re- '
main to until afUr tho election, but butlnest
trombea to open briskly In November. Wo shall
rep our rtsders posted on Ihe prices and Iranafar 1'
of retl esltte rroperly at the sales progrott. I
orstatrn Island jimjWty the following sales are r.
ported: W. S. Pendleton's place, consisting of flv I
seres, msbslon, snd out buildings, on Hamilton ar-
t nuo end Hi. Mark'a place, New llrlgblon, for37,- 1
rJl i John Majrr, ten acres of land on Fingerboard
road, 1115 per acre ; W. W. Clicttcr, houso and lot '
corner of Clintrnand Yan Dnxrr itrrctl. fl.GUO. ',
AlHircsalcs mado by D. It. Hitchcock, luollroad-
avay Mrs. K. Hhnlnger, Iwu lious. s snd over thrta 1
ncrct nf land, Sluyvcsant place and Tnmpklne ar-
ciiue, New llrlghluii, f td.lXO i cslulo of O, Mturan, . '
tblrtj two acros and intnslon on Howard avenue ,
tnd Turnpike road i Mr. J. A. Fountain, twenty- ,
three acres on HI hiuond load, f lO.tsju , farm, Minor I
ruad, near Four Corners, llitecn ncrrs, $13,1110, 1
botuhtby Mr. J. C. McAudrew. Last sale by Mr.
Pbilps. North shoio.
PHuuixrxTGrriciALt Axn Liwrrrj Annmrtn.
- Lewis Cuddohtck, Clerk or tha cuunty of Orange. I
till un J Dickson and Wtekham 1 Shaw, Ida
depullca, and Samuel K. Dlmtulek and Henry (J.
MIlNpnuah, Itwycrt, allof thoelly or.Newburgh, were '
yeslerdsy arrested by Ifnllnl stales MirtlislMurny
lor bating, ou Sept. &i, " al tho Southern District ot ,
New I ork, ro hblned, ern'pln-.l, confederated and t
agreed logelher, Iraudulrntlr and feloniously, to 1
lass and use as true false crullcutis of citlzvnalilp." i
The abote-iiientloned psrtlrs.ln the alisence of tha "
Judge, set the machlno to work and lsiuo.1 cert Id.
elites lo every one who csme along at I? a head, no
matter when they camo Into the country (
or where they were located. A benrh war. 'I
rant from Iho Circuit Court ol Ihe United " 11
Slatca ataa Issued on Saturday, and on lids the li
above mentioned partlea were arretted. All tha i
pnl'n Isaued by tnrm hate been deelirrd void. M
Owen T. Culllu, a kiwji-r, cf I'rcksklll, waa also !
arrested liy C. S. Marshal Murray, for obtaining f,
I.ilsc errtlrlcatrs for etiry ono In tho place that i,l
chose to Like thera, cllher gratlt or for ii amsll re. ' ii
rnunerallun, provided they promised to vote the . '-)
Deinoeiatlo llckit; and flaruey Scully, wbo baa N
only been a few tnuntht In Iho country, onallci.pt.
Ing tu roglsler with ono of tha rYumluknt papers,
was arrested. Aru-iie Jlarde waa arrested In thu
Llghlh Precinct on Saturday for lllejally rrglitcrlnz f
InlhsSoioiidDiatrlctof the Kl.-bth fi'ard.
1'uoTRtrixTitx Not a Failurr, Tho Itcv. llr.
Steward rebutted the assertions and conclusion! ol
Dr, Hwrr on this subject lait evening, at tho liplseo
pal Mission Church, corner or Klgbtli avenua ind
Tlilrty-ssvriilli street. Ills text was tho Hpliilo ol '
JuJ.', third acrso: " Yu sliould earnestly coutend I
for tho ralth onco delivered unto the s-uuta." Whlld
di-prre.illngcoiitrutersyln tho Pulpit, bo bollevcd It
to tie Incumbent upuu eveir Protestant minister to
contend ror the fallb when It was ustalled from )ro-
teatant pulila by liu s litiv I rli la In I be pay ofltome.
lie exprcssi'd his rnnt Ictuin that a few, both priests
and pi ople, of Ids Church will ru uttr to Uonio, but
that Iho gnat uiu.h aru truo In tho principles and
doctrines of the ltefortHttlon. Were iTutralantltm '
which Is simply the belief and practices Inculcated
In the Illble taken out of tho world today, wu
should have Iho Durk Ages snd tlio Inquisition, with .
sll llitlr superstition and horror again upon us. Tho '- j
mere assumption of catholicity, evi-n by dropping
tho woul Protestant and assuming that of Catholic, I
would not, ha said, make tho Protestant P.pltcopal
Church Cathullc or uiiltertul. ProtiisUutiVm em- '
brurct all whu luru our Lord Jetut Christ In sin- i
cot liy, und Catliullcltiu cannot einbnce moro. Theto 4
quibbles nnd quarrels about words and uamos, about !
formt and ceremonies, he likened lo tavo wlnit of an 1 I
army lighting over a particular klndofunlform whlla I
the enemy wat telling hit mines tu destroy butb. Ha
urged his audience, In Ihe words of tho text, to con- i
tend csruittly fur tbe faith onco delivered to tin B
Hxitiko at Tit a Cucacn or tub I'uritaki. . B
A very tllut audience wat gath-rod at tha Church o( E
the Purtlana In Urooklyn lait night, on the occatioe, B
of " a union meeting lu regard tu Spanish evangell- H
tallon." The meeting wat composed or the frlcudt ii
or the American Hlble Society. American Tract So- B
clcly. aud the Foreign Clnl.iltn Colon, hating for B
Hi object Ihe consideration of means to furnlib. m
Spam with Iliblea and men to carry them through tho H
cuunlry. Dr. Storm prvslded, and Introduced llrst fr
the Iter. Dr. Osnsc, of thlt city. The reverend gen. Hi
tlctnan tpoko st somo length, going Into details re- F
girding the present stale of aU'alra in Spain,
and tha lullucnco which the recent revolu
tion would hnie upon tbo rtlljloua lulerest.
He wat succeeded by Dr. Storrt, wbo said that aa
Dr. Schenck bad not yet arrived, he would occupy
Ihe hiatus with a fow remarks. He then delivered a
very able and interesting dlicourte coucerulng tlio
wtr under Philip 11. of Spain with the (Jolted
Sutherland!. Ho noted aa a particularly curious
fact thu circumstance that whereas the Dutch bid
been to severely persecuted by Alia and Torque
nulla, jet hciuteat the representative or Ihe Dutch I
Church (Dr. Game) asking rplrituil asslttauco for I
the desceudantt of Ihoeo whu had endeavored tu I
stamp out hit rollglou and exterminate bla people.
Dr. Schenck having by this time srriaed, was pro- I
tented tu the audience, and made au cloqueut appeal I
fur the purposis of tho meeting, toying that the ' 1
hpinlarda lviio begging for bread, uud iliould w 1
gho thera a Honor 'Ihe lutcrcstini; aavlcu cam. !
eluded w lib a hymn, I
Kixo's Couxtt SunnoaATi'R Coomt Htasrr II
Win iah I). Varotn. Lsu.-Tho wUlsofiho foLowint. II
mmod peitout were sdiuitled lu probate during (no It
piitwie i I aniline II. Heauien, Muuroo I'. KuberuoQ. : 111
Iitrt oi a Lull, Amelia Mcl'abe, John Price, and Josordi LU
Mi' lout, all of Ilr. o .lyn. Letters of admtnisiraUoai j HLj
ito iirautcd la tho ettaleaofAleilaVinHiiklea. of IM
.New lain i Omits E. Iteuioo, John Wlilierlngton. j Lflrt
tin Mian Fisher, llr orgs W. Cook, Joseph 11. Ilonder- BBT.
tju.l'Uiu J. buckliardt, Philip H.WUituioro. and j. jM.)
I'trnard N'lelrugge, all or Urooklyn. Let tors of guar- !Hs
iljjnilupwore granted lu tho persons ird e-uietof Sk
Miry, Lucy, aud MatlIJa Tredell to John tells of MM .
AniialA Kaufuikn to urna llehr I and etlUsat liTnir- WW
. dc),V'W-UMt..fUfoklyu, SL