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CTHIUTy-NlNTII YiAR. NEW YOKK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1872. WICK TWO CKNTS,
l'HK GREAT LIBERAL ARMY.
ttoi'iNu j.'.v Kcnr.i.os o.v ouaxt's
' srr. Greeley it n n Wrecker Street Cnr lie
i -in rx lli.il tin' President of Ihe Inllotl
Mutes Humid I'll) liU I'nrr Vlnllorf) nt
lln I, tin nil 1 1 rn ilii ii a rlc r.
Dr. Unmet' (Irrclcy ri'tuntctl from Ills
placo ( rojlrcmclit nn I,ong Island yesterday
' morning. Iio took a Mceckor street car nt tho
' Fulton ferry, and coated himself near tlio door.
' With his now whlto hat, whlto overcoat, and
, imall wlilto satchel, ho was tho obsorved of nil
nhservors. When tho conductor of tho car bo
Kan collt'clltig tho fnres, Dr. (Irooley handed
, hltn n nvo-ccnt piece, but It was politely ro-
' fined, tho conductor saying!
1 "It Is not right that our next President should
pay faro. I think It ipilte - suftielcnt honor to
have Dr. Orecley rldo In tny car."
' Tlio S.igo of Chappaqua Mulled nnd said, as he
held tho nvo-ccnt piece In his hand!
" "Tho President should always pay his faro M
well as nny citizen."
L Dr (Ireeloy again handed the conductor his
P fare, hut It was again politely refuted, and tho
conductor left tho philosopher to mcdltato on
hlii popularity nmoriit nil classes. Tho affair
caused considerable merriment ninmiK the pas
sengers, nnd when Old Honesty left tho car
j several of tho passengers took olr their hats nnd
bowed politely to hint, which compliment our
I Later Franklin politely returned.
' Honest old llnr.no w.is not at tho Astor IIouso
, ycslciday. Ho dined with a number of gentle
men In the upper part of thu city, nnd then bc.
tonk himself to tho rcsldonco of a friend, where
he Is remaining In almost strict seclusion. Ho
3 has not visited tho VVihtinc office since his ro-
1 tlrrinent from tho editorial management of that
1 paper, May 15, nor hus he been ut his ofllco In thu
.1 Astor House slnco last Friday.
i Among tho distinguished callers nt tho head
quarters of tho l.lbcrul Hcpuhllcati Hxecutlro
f Committee yesterday wero W. 11. Churchill of
" f Jacksonville, Ha.; C. It. Ileal, n colored gentle
I man, from Huston, Mass.; 1), I.. Itlrhardson of
1 L Sherman, N. Y.t K. V. t'larkn of Atlanta, (la.;
J f the lion. John W. Jlurphy of lluffalo, N. Y,; the
; Hon. Hon Wood and Douglas Taylor of New
, ' York.
a Is At ( o'clock tho sub-oommlttco of fourteen on
l t ' fie irT.tKTIiirrtnTiri.rM -.w Twctrtltr-atf.wtrt-
j room It, Astor Mouse, Letters were rend from
jj tho Hon. Jiimcs II. Gallagher of ( ontioctlcut,
; rvnator Tipton of Ncvmlii, Gov. 11. (iratz Hiohii
of Missouri, tho Hon. Thomas M. Waller of t'on
T nectli ut. and (Icii. K llinit --lik. announcing their
acceptntito of the Imitation to bo present nnd
, speak at tho monster ratification meeting to
take place June 3. Aftcrarrangingdctallsabnut
a tbo hands, fireworks, decorations, Ac, It was
screed to erect four largo stands, two to lie bo-
tween I'ont'or Institute and tho Illble House,
" one near Clinton Hull, nnd one nenr l'lmpton
Hall. Sovcr.v! gentlemen were spoken of for pre
siding officer of the mci'.lng, but no definite ac
tion was taken on tho matter. (Ion. l'nlmer was
not at tho meeting, ho having been summoned
- to Itlpley, ChautaiHiun county, bv the sad nn
nouncement of the death of bfs mother During
Ids absonco tho committee will suffer, ns be has
proved himself n capable organizer, a good nd
visor, and n gentleman nnd friend to nil who
btd business with the committee,
- Acnlnsi i hp l.llirml t'nmllilnlr,
t I Wendell Phillips Is out against Horace Oroe-
1 ley and In favor of L'scless S. Grant,
f PhHllps n-as very bitter against Abraham I.ln-
T I coin when he was nominated for President, c.UI-
lug him an Illinois slave-hound.
r I And yet Mr. Lincoln was duly elected, nnd
I sorvod as Prosldent with some distinction.
j ' " 'A rfcn nn'.r'rrorrr rrrrm'vrirr-T'.v-i-T rr.
Tho llrst Itvpubllcuu jiarl y organization
f In Arkansas was InntiKurnted April, lN)7. by
v. I Joseph llrooks, Jumca Mines, James I,. Hodges,
I Geo. It. Weeks, IienJ. F. ltlce, Alex, McDonald,
II. V. Catterson, James M. Johnson, A. K, Hnrt-
i I man, Powell Clayton, T. II. Ilowen, and others
of less note. Tho two latter up to that time had
I been professing Democracy and coquetting for
R Conin-csslonal nominations by Democrats In
II their respective districts.
' I I llrooks ami Mint's were advocates of negro
' I suffraco from their advent In Arkansas In 1NS5;
os !l spent their time In otKanlzIm; and addressing
i tho neroes nil over tho State, and In the fnrma-
t Ion of L'nlon Iacues amoui; them. Mlicy were
d'stUieulihed us tho champions of the rai e.
or Mini's was elected Itcpresontatlvc In Congress,
llrooks to tho Legislature, and the latter was
aftiirw.inl aopnlnted L'nltcd States ltevcnue
, Assessor by Grant.
itb'o uud McDonald were elected 1'nltcil States
Fnator,Hodgcs uud Weeks were appointed l'enl-
tenthiry uoiitr.ii tors-tho former having been
1,0. sutneqiiently nppnntid Postmaster at LMtle
L0 H"'k Clayton nnd Jolinsiin were elected Gov
ernor and Lloutenant-Goveriior, llowen was
elected Judge of the Court of Appeal", Catter-
s son was appointed I'nlted States .Marshal, anJ
lliirtm in was tlei ted Mayor of Little lt.uk.
- i 1,-n Mines became n candulate lor reflection
ni II ic. was nominated In his ktead, and lllnes be
lis cime revengeful. He announced hi-Intention.
' i oiUi'il by llrouks, nf d '8tro)lng the Inlluenco of
his enemies with the negroes, 'I ho negroes
I, nere under the cnmnletu contr.il of Mines nnd
ut llrouks. lllnes anil llrooks left Little Hock on
in- horseback on u canvass to this end. when they
or wero tired on from the roadside, lllnes ktllod
llb ami llrooks wounded, tin) by the Ku-Klux us
was reported nil over the Culmi nt tho time.
'Jt Tlio election or ( latou to the l'nltcd States
So unto was opposed by nil of the-u original
r i founders of the party, except llowen. lly a
'or i Grand Jury of the United States Clayton vva In
. ( dk tod, with twenty others, for llagr.itit vlola
; Hons of tlio Kuforceuient act of Congress, In
securing tho election of members of tlio Legls
' laturu In his Interest, and members of Congress
- favorable to his Inlluenco. Caldwell, thu l'nlt(d
' States Judgo, Immediately dismissed tho Grand
I 'J Jury, Grunt almost ns speedily " dismissed
,,t- Cattorson, tho Marshal who Mimmoneil tho Jury
I (no one could scrveun tho l'nltcd States Grand
itr Jury who eoiild not tako tho Iron-clad oath),
1 dismissed Whipple, the L'nlted States Attorney
wlio drew up the Indictment ngalnst Clayton,
llougos, tho Postninster. llrooks, tlio ltevenuo
Assessor, uud others In ofllco svinpntlilslng with
them. Hurtman was expelled from tho oltlco of
Mayor ; and It Is n wonder that Grant permitted
ltice to retain his eat in the Senate, Johnson,
tho Lieutenant-Governor, was driven from his
'l position by proceedings In oho irorranln, on
.ns (ome technical grounds for not having qualified
In time. ,So, by tho aid of tlio President, tho
' first violator of the Enforcement net In Arkansas
I! was provided n clean Meld for future operations
" In the election lino In IbW.
j llrooks Is still regarded by the negroes as tholr
bt leader In Arkansas. At u Convention called by
ror four of tho Itcpohlicun Central State Committee.
'' In vvhlch Convention tho colored race was large-
5' ly reprosented, on tho KM Inst . llrooks was
rr, nominated for Govuruor, tho I'rei-ldent de-
: iioiiu"ci, ami tho iilatformund camltdatcs of t lie
Clin innatl Convention iinnnlmoutly endorsed.
At the last city election Catters' n, tho deposed
United States Marshal, was elected by n Inrgo
57 majority Mayor of Little Hock, the negroes out
numbering nil other voters In that city, llrooks
. will bo elected Governor, and n Legislature
no winch will i arry through sotno radical reforms
hi Arkansas, especially In regard to registration.
'' rl' . tors will bo chose , who will vote for tlio
, 'im Innatl nominations. The m iUlltlon of this
m list of original ltopuhllcnns, representing all the
or Interest of the parly in ArkuuMs.curpct-lctgut'is,
nt li' k'roes, und "old-i Itlien Itepulille ins " vecules
is Arkansas for (ireeloy and llionn by an over-
' 1 vhi'linlng malorlty. Tlio voting population of
i i Arkansas Is IKI.Uii, or which SIIWI lire colored,
, and about S.ll old-cltlen wlilto Mepuldlcuns.
it '1 ue n t lire Ireuiocriits, wlio are uii.iulmousl)
fur the Clnclimatl platform und lis numliiuu.
Great (iriiiiiin (ireele) .Heeling In Nnslivllle.
's NA-HVII.1.K. Tftin,, Jluy LU Tim r.or-
y lna" "' Nashville held n meeting Inst night, C.
Z U. Gier. pn siding, mid It. Albert and August
- Mcklo, Seeritiiili.. speeches were mndo In fa
m vorof (ireile) ,! iir,,Hril nm t10 i,,0ral Ito-
publican movenimi.bj .). . Jeup, editor of tho
- f.tiiforuiif. Gen. 'irunernlcht, A. Illtstleia of
y. Weuiihls, and others. 1 te.-s. ,1 ut i. ,na were adopt
M eti renoumliig nil former i ,rt alll.mcos, nnd ns.
- siiuilng n position of neutralit i.ntll n now
h. I'srty may bo fornn d based u,i, .sl j,rc.
,p Ides and true lteml,lli ,ii,Mii ; . n.b.r-mg t.
.v. p atfoim of the I'lnulniMtl t'omcti,,,,," H, I
i Pledging tholr votos to Greeley u,l ir.,u
congratulating thu countiy upon tV, i, ".'
" li-;u general amnesty law ns 1 .
of he good effects of thu C, ,lt, (', .
"Si V' litloiii exiiresslng gratltiidii to Greeley for
( ourse dining Hie I'lani o.Geriiian war : tie.
r- .. 11 , kl'"l meiely heciino hu Is a panv
hone' liA f"r ,IU , '"
i,. , .'"1"1, 1,1 I'"'"", denianil for thu
' ru'aiis a piop.irtlon,,!,, ,llirl. , pnb.lc ..nic -v.
''." "'' Hug a- bote und . i.tl.nlatic.
s ia,;(!i!B,.n,,;,;;;A,i:,rlU 1,,lUui- " 1 k-
" r,l,t',u ." ' (' Deino, rati., organ.
- .," .r V, 1 ,l? ' 'I'abiiiig all thai . ,i, be said
S3 liU i, V!f'" 1 h"-fr l-mt.e. og!
si ito that inUueu. ea ute ,,t vvurk ngaliiu the udop.
lion of him at Ilaltlmoro, To mrcl these Influ
ences nnd secure tho consummation desired, nil
truo friends of the Cincinnati nominees, It sajs,
should close tho ranks, Ignore petty quibbling,
ntnl put tholr shoulders togother to tho work
Nepotism nnd Voorhe eslsm In Indiana.
Corrnpondtrice of The Bun.
iNDiANAPol.trt, Miiyo. If Micro Is nStnto
sighing for relief from tho Grant-Morton oligar
chy, It Is Indiana. Nowhere has nepotism been
carrlod to such shameless lengths as In the
Hooslor Stato. No fowor than thirteen relatives
of Grant's henchman, commencing with Mor
ton's lirothor-ln-law, W. H. Holloway, hold lu
crative Federal ofOcos In this Stato. Holloway
was Indicted last year for having appropriated
unlawfully, wbllo Public Printer, $I4,0UU belong
ing to tho Stato; but tho Attomoy-Gonoral, tho
Hon. Ha) Ms W.IIannn, Dan Voorhcos's partner,
after at first threatening illro things ngalnst tho
clefeudnnts, vvns suddenly tnken with a strange
fit of forbenrnnro, for which tho Indianapolis
Stntinrt, the Domocratla State organ, took him
severely to task. Manna, Vnorhoes's partner,
however, did not care about this, nnd, after hav
ing favored Holloway nnd tho whole Morton
ltlng In thu aforesaid manner, ho Is now travel
ling about Indiana, tearing out his hair ubout
what ho calls tho degradation of the Democratic
party, and, llko Daniel Webster Vonrhoos. bel
lowing for n straight Democratic ticket nt Ilaltl
moro. Will ho and his honchnicn--Voorheos,
Morton, and Holloway bo gratified ?
(Ireelry nnd (Irnlz Cniiipalgn Song,
Am -" irArn Ml Vrutl War Ij Orer."
brothers, all, dn you rrtnombrr
How, long tl tie ago,
Loudly rang our shout of triumph
As e raft the for ?
Proudly wavrd nur atsrry bsuncr,
with its field of blur,
And wo vowed to (led snd country
Kvrr to be true.
Cnoncs-Kow once more our bsnner
VVsret o'er hill suddslei
Boon shall corruption's reign be over,
Uod Is Just e shall prevail 1
While the inmrasr breeze Is sighing
While the sutuinn leaves sre fslllor,
Lou.1 we'll swell the song
And the dauntlns Urceley column
Krarh'i.ly shall ride
Like the rlalng tide.
Where sre now the parly leaders
Vho, long oars aco,
Taught our lips the song of Freedom,
Aa we met the loaf
Crouching 'neath the whip of Hiram,
C'rluglng at his frowu
llury (Icrrltt smith and fleocher
With Ualcns's clows 1
Dut our country calls ui, brothers,
Angela cheer our wsy,
And our pith to power Is rsdlsnt
Nutily strike (or (led and freedom,
Let the robbers iff
How we love Iteform'a bright bsnner,
Knilgnof the f reft (jcivts,
Niw lUvtit, Conn., Msy II.
Yntes County Itepubllrniis Speaking,
Tlio I'dfw Count u Chronicle, tliu lt-mllng
llcpubllcan newspaper In the Twenty-sixth Con
gressional District, lias thrown the Greeley flag
to the breeze. and the Iiepubllcans have organ
ized a strong Greeley club. Inn meeting held
In Peun Yan recently, Henry M. Stewart, tho
President, said :
Wo are asked by some Hepnb'llcanaTf we can'
become apostates to the great Itepubtlcan party,
with Its glorious war record. Wo answer that
we take with us our part nt that glorious record,
and carry tip tho Hag to a purer nnd more com
Wo are advised by some with large words,
barked by something approaching Intelligence,
that If we don't look out wo shall And ourselves
among tho "copperheads," Well, there were n
few, and but a few, disloyal, rebel sympathizing
Democruts during tho war. ns there wero camp
followers nnd moncy-L'rnbbers among ltepubll
cans, wlio, with Artemus Ward, were ready to
shed the lat drop of blood of their wives' rela
tions In defence of their suffering country, and
who never would desert that country so long ns
she had a greenback left, but let mo tell ou,
my friend, that had the great body of thu Demo
cratic party been untrue to the republic during
tho war, neither you nor I would iiitvu had to
day a powerful, peaceful, and uultid country to
be proud of.
Hut Horace Greelev balled Jefferson Davis.
Well, why didn't wo Hcpubllcaus try him V Wu
hnd the power. Was he to he forever Imprisoned
without a trial t If so, any one elso ran be, and
th it Is despotism. When the war closed with
the death of tho great disturbing element of na
tional unit-slaver), It became the dictate of
sound wisdom to heal tho wounds of civil strife,
to foster fraternal relations between tho sec
tions, nnd reunite tho nation In sympathy ns
well as In namo. The act of Horaco Greeley In
balling the fallen foo rf- a united it-public vs a t a
noble, u magnanimous act, resulting In an In
crease of mutual fonOdcucu nnd esteem be
tween the Into belligerent sections. These fra
tcrnal relations must ho established, urourbravo
boys will huvo died In vulu.
The fhniige Ibe People l.nnir Tor.
JVoni I, 1 1 .fanes eM Vino-Tiit organ t'.r Jhirtfortl
Tliciv Is ii foi'lliiR ntironil In tlio lmnl In
favor of a change. "It Is coming. It Is In tho
nir." Tho people have hud too much of personal
nnd military government; too much bull-pup
and brother-ln-luw rule ; ton much cigar-stump
statesmanship nnd horse-stable diplomacy; too
much I.cet nnd Stocking; too much official rob
bery and plunder; too many defalcations; too
long a continuance of the reign of hate between
tho sections of our common country; too much
military camp at thn Federal capital ; ton long a
rule of rascality and carpet-baggery over tho
oppressed and plundered South. Above all, tho
country demands sonic action on tho sentiment
"Lot us have peace." It demands un end of
ba)onot rulo an end of usurpation -of open
violations of tho Constitution laws authorizing
tlio President to suspend, nt his own dictatorial
pleasure, tho sacred right of the writ of luibtn
rorpus In any Stuto until after tho Presidential
election. Tho peoplo demand an end of this
hlgh-hnudcd prostitution of the Government to
tho selfish purposes of n low and base man, who
seeks only tho unlimited Increase and perpetua
tion of Ids own nowerl
Tha country demands n change. The peoplo
call, with Horace Greeley, for "local self-government,
and not centralization:" they demand
that "tho civil authority should be supremu
over tho military; that tho writ of Wiru corpus
should bo Jealously upheld as tho safeguard of
personal freedom: t lint there shall bo no fed
eral subversion of tho Internal polity of tho
It Is tho feeling of tho people, Irrespective of
parties, that, in Mr. Greeley a eloquent words,
"tho masses of our countrymen North nnd
South are eagor to clasp hands across tho
bloody chasm which has ton long divided them,
forgetting that they hnvo been cnoiules In thn
Joyful consciousness that they are und must
henceforth remain brothers."
There Is to bo nn end of horse statesmanship
and hull-puppcr), and tho peoplo are ready for
thu vvolconio change.
The Great Demnrriille Ol .-nn nl Nciv Lnalnlld
Gut ITuI'l'iiKlcd for Horace.
Vein tht .Vnfi.il v. I.
No lU'inoemt wlio loves lilsrarty, no jm-
trlot who loves his country, will peiuso the
speech of Mr. Voorliees, in liulhuui. Intended as
both explanation and vindication of his provlm.
speech In Congress, without sincere legrut for
Us untimely and inconsiderate oxpres-lons. It
Is chaiai'teried by assertions fur which no au
thority Is nuYrcd, nnd Indulges In Inferences
that are wholly unwarranted by current facts.
Moro pcisonal than Democratic In Its spirit. Its
views huvo liorrowed nono of thu light of the
existing situation, but are wholly retrospective
In their Inspiration, and therefore Inapplicable
to tho present time. The clear right to discuss
cunenl political topics with perfect freedom bo
fore tho paity assembles in convention Is not
Identical with u purpose- that breathes Ucllanco
Mr. Voorheos fnces toward tho pnst. All his
criticism of Mr. Greeley concerns incurrences;
that are long buried. Hod csr.it sec, or If ho
iloos Iio will not admit Hid Greeley's letter ac
centing thu nomination clmngus all, Is In fact n
wholly now departure. Mo greatly mistakes In
classing tho (lieeley wing of thu Hccibllcans
with the Grant wing, for thu Cincinnati pl.it form
pioclalms thu dlflerenco to be Impassable. It is
a gulf that tho latter cannot fathom, If It wero
li"t so, how aro wo to account fur thu oncer
prose Willi which the AV ' I'm'. V'fni's, 'diU
iKimed "Grant's Own," greets this speech of
.Mi. Voorliees, and welcomes lis sentiments with
obsequious ll.it I rv V or for thn visible appro-hon-b.ii
,,f tin, Itcpuhllcnus that tho Demounts
will endoiM' Hie Cincinnati cnndldate.
I he h Iter of Mr. Greeley, so admirably con
reusing the Clm innatl ilecl.ir.itlon, no eloquent
In Its iilllrmations mid iIim burners. Is indeed a
new dep-irtuin; It suys what tlio Administration
neither by Itself nor Us organs has ever yet
I said ; and It convoys the exjet sentiments which
huvo been again and aguln proclaimed by tho
Democracy, In laugujg.i that has goti'i straight
to the puuular licurt, As thu St Louis Ihnuli-
'ban observes, ' No such aontlmonts have ever
been proclaimed by tho Administration party :"
and It It a fatal error, therefore, to declare, as
Mr. Voorliees does, that between Grant and
Greeley no dlflerenco exists.
Ho far as our own observation goes, nnd atdod
by the constnnt advices with which our position
qualifies us to speak, It Is every day bocoinlng
mote evident that tho Democratic masses are
Joyfully accepting Horace drooler on tho liberal
nnd reformatory Cincinnati platform, and with
thn thoroughly satisfactory Interpretation given
It In his letter, ns the Presidential candidate
whom thoy aro rendy to support, Mo Is right
In his expressed vlows, and hit sentiment
everywhere challenge the quick sympathies
of tlio peoplo. Standing on such n platform,
there enn bo no dangorof the result, Demo
cratic sentiment has greatly chnngi .1 toward
hltn since that noblo lottor was road by tho
masses of tho party. They could nsk nothing
moro open and unequivocal; they savvncandl
datovvho stood fairly and firmly on th. Ir own
high ground. An honored Democrat llko Hora
tio Seymour, who acknowledges that ho Is on no
personal terms with Mr. Greeley, admits tho
fact of the popular movement In his favor, nnd
concedes Its ''wisdom nnd heartiness," nnd he
recognizes In tho sympathy between himself
nnd tho voting masses "nn clement stronger
than talent or fitness." for bo has "tho talent
nnd Illness to suit tho temper of tho times,"
Tho great body of tho Democratic voters under
stand the position of Horace Greeley, anil tho
multiplying tokens show that thoy favor him
more and more for the Presidency,
The Opening Dun In I'lillndrlphln A Hot
ITre on Corruption.
At tlio grout (Jroolciy nitltlcittlon moot
ing In Philadelphia on Monday night. John W.
Frnzler, Secretary of the Liberal llcpubllcan
lUecutlve Committee, mado a telling speech.
In answer to the Interrogatory frequently mado
by Democrats, "How can wo nupnort Horace
Greeley for tho Presidency ';" Sir. Crazier said :
Wo Krpuhllcuns took Grant In lMis, with tho
boast still wet upon bis lips that ho was n Demo
crat of thu Ihiehanan school. Four yuars
r revlous wo took Andr Johnson, nnd In 1K10 we
uok Hannibal llnmlin, both of them Demo
crats. We took Grant for availability, nnd an
tomaton though hu w us, ho carried us through.
And we have taken oile r Democrats, many
better and some. If possible, even worse than
Grant, Wo havo taken to our ranks Logan of
Illinois, Morton of Indiana, nnd (uiny God have
mercy on us for so doing) Tom Murphy of New
York. In nur own Stato we sent Cameron and
Scott, fresh from Democratic campaigns, to
seats In tho Senate; w elected Geary Governor
because hn was n Democrat; nnd, notwlth-.ttiuJ-'ja'-li
.'i'v3't ii iipttV.csgQ.-a,Ai'lA'.U.',re.a..1
battle wns foiiglil, there Is enough of the Dem
ocratic Julco left III him to let our national dic
tator know that Stato rights In Petiiisvlvauli
shall be maintained, nnd military Interference
at the election polls, even under the Presiden
tial orders, will not be tolerated.
Following upon the footsteps of Geary comes
another Democrat by tho nanioof llnrtrnnft.
Then comes Dnn Dougherty, who Is as good as
Gen. Owen, either of whom Is better far thnn
John Cessna, and ho Is nearly as good ns Forney
or Fitzgerald, nnd porhnps hundreds of others,
uny of them better than those named. Now
nnd then we get hold of a decent Democrat, like
Hickman of this Stato, Kllpatrlck of New Jer
sov. Stehblns of New York, and Andy Johnson
of Tennessee; nnd If we Iiepubllcans, without
murmuring, could tako to our ranks- with such
narked success - Democrats, many of them
w Ithnut brains or principles. It ought to bo easy
for Democrats to tako tho ablest statesman of
tho llcpubllcan ranks.
Addressing himself to tho Democrats present,
the speaker wanted to know If they wen- sincere
In asserting that tho tendcncyofItadlc.il ltopub
llcau rulo under Grant Is to a centralized system
of government; thai under a suspension of tho
writ of liahau tonmi tho safeguard of personal
liberty Is denied tlio citizens or the States ; tint,
under Grunt, military law Is supreme over tho
forms of civil law and authority; that the peoplo
of the several States are prohibited, by tho Fede
ral Government having subverted tho Demo
cratic privilege, from enforcing tho rights and
Immunities they may prescribe for their own
.WAli-Vdn ivjiuforU.H-llciawuji.'.s. urc huiicjt .
In assuming this to be the caso, the question of
all others to bo nnswered Is, will tho nomination
of any Democrat for the Presidency by the ilaltl
more Convention provide a remody for these ex
Greeley Itepubllenns In Louisiana,
New Ohlkanh, Mny 'J8. Tlio Republi
can Stato Convention called by Lieut. -Gov.
Pinchback, met at Mechanics' Institute to-day.
After appointing a number of committees tho
Convention adjourned till to-morrow.
It Is thought to bo tho programme to Intro
duce Greeley resolutions, and If the) ure reject
ed the Greeley delegates will withdraw, hold a
separato convention, nnd appoint n committee
to confer with other political organizations
friendly to tho Cincinnati platform.
.Ilnlne Deinnrrnls Mucliig Greeley Snuga,
(It'll, lloynton, AdjiitiinMii'iicinl of tin
State of .Maine, and n Democrat of the old
school. Is now singing campaign songs in favor
of Greeley. III. .ii llradhury llojnton, llihson.
McFarlaud, lllodgett. ,Vc, propose to get up a
grand Jubilorlum in H.ingor oofore election say
on or ubout tho lsth of Juno.
A I.oulslnna Democrat In the Front,
Ex-Guv. I O. Il.'iliert, of I-oiilsliina.
publishes In the New Orleans Kmrs n strong
bstr-t-fw-v o. -Uvci. &,ttU-aJiluiwvt tlve-Cliv-di'-natl
ticket by the Democratic Convention ut
Ilaltlmoro. Me savstho good fallh of thu Demo
cratic party is Involved, especially that of the
South, whb Ii has lost everything but Its honor,
und can't ntfoid to lose thm. He sn)s all the
Muds from Greele) load to Grant, uud warns tho
Democratic p uty against those of Its members
who urge u straight ticket ni working In tho In
terest ul Grant.
eillMpil fur Greeley,
i um ttit Cincinnati Vvtnintrclal.
K.x-Oovurnor Alcorn, uinl tlio nrcsi'iit
Senator from Mississippi, elected ns n Itepuhll
can, will tako thn stump for Greeley, ns will also
Gov. Powers, Alcorn's successor, in tlio siiuiu
State, Representative Morphls, also a member
of Congress elect, uud n llcpuhllcan In good
standing from the samu Slate, Is an enthusiastic
supporter of Greeley.
What Frank lllnlr Sny.
Wariiinoton, May lis-, Kinnk Hlalr ilocs
not hesitate to deny that he had nn) thing to do
with Greeley's nomination nt Cincinnati, or thai
he was a party to any Intrigue whereby that re
sult was brought about, lie says It was Greeley's
popularity that nominated him, and that the
samo thing will elect him.
The I own Driiuicrnls Menu lliisluru,
from Ifif Clnctinititl Cvtnvierctul.
l'llvntu ntlvicos from vvr ll-lnlnnnt'il pol
iticians In Iown state that tho Democratic Con
vention of that Stato, which will moot on tho
Mill of Juno next, will positively Indorse the
Cincinnati nominations, and send Gieeloy dele
gates to Ilaltlmoro,
Drift of the Tide In Wisconsin.
Tlio Milwaukee A'cicx lias stood uncom
mitted, and watched the drift of tho Democratic
opinion In Wisconsin, until nt lust It Is con
strained to say ; "Greeley nuitlment Is ncquir
ing a strength, nnd upproachlng n unanimity
that surprises us."
Si roil ii Tn II; from mi Old lire-Filter.
I'tiyi'tto Mi-Mulli'ii, of tho .Million (Ala.)
,Vniirirm '.ill (nl. supports the Cincinnati ticket,
whether It la endorsed by thu Democrats or not.
MeMullon Is nn old Southern Democratic cum
pnlguer, uud was onco in Congress,
.in F.reiilng I'nsl Ihlilnr for llnriire.
'. in tht CiiHlmiittl J'mjmtfr,
Mr. Clmiii's N'oiilliiill', loiif,' tliu uetivo
editor of Hie A'tw l'oii Kfrillnu 7'o(, has du
el, ired Ins adhesion to the Cincinnati movement.
Ins acceptance of the Cincinnati platform, uud
his cordial support of thu Cincinnati ticket.
Anvlhllilr to Ileal (irnnt.
An imdiiliilt'il Dctnoi'iut was dining ut a
Western hotel the other day.
" llecf, pork, inutton, vcul, or chlckonr" suld
tho polite waiter,
"I don't cum ti d-n,"vv.i8 tho reply; "uny-
thliu; to bout Grant."
The Fourth Ward In Fluhlliig Trim.
Tho 10111 th Ward Democratic Greeley und
Prow u Club held a large Slid rntliutliiitlc meeting last
night, ill their headquarters, M llooaeviit street. In
tU'ul'irnee of tho President, Mr. Hoary McAulllle, the
lc- I'rrildcnt, occnpltd the (hair. Mr. John M. Blokes
called the met ting to order sun Introduced Mr. Francis
V 8 Oliver, who spoke nt some length In fnvor of
Hanoi old Horace (irreliy fol President. Alter u vine
ol tluinki to Mr. (litter, the tiicctlug tiiljuiirncil with
tunc ctuers for tho Clncluumi plaifurui and nominee!.
Tho Nlni iccnlh Wind Gireley Cliib-The
Issue ol die Ciiiiipiiign,
At ii meeting of the Greeleyund llrnwn Cam
paign 1Mb held in tho vMgsuui, I'crl ) -nliilli Hint,
la't r.lghl, tin. rresldi'iit, itntiert I. Dan ugh, s ltd i
Aflrr Milling from nolkllis three ji urn, 1 coino for
vtunl tn iki pint hi this conlisl ulth sutuc reluctance t
hut having ii.biii leil In i-liti Die prt-st lit l.iicuilve I frc i
It in) P.ly now to sp.lst hi milking a i hnnge, If pn.ill.ie.
While I tlu not rail stralnst lien, tlrunt, ur liU udiulnli.
Irstion generally, I hiii for one term. Applauae.) I he.
Hi ve this to he the most vital i;ucnl.iii uutv before the
lisllun. I Aluilie. Old Issues ure dead, Hie war Is
ri.tlcd, geurral amneilr Is neurly lerured. thanki to tlie
Liberal movement lenerrsl and lite qui 'itluu iniw Ii
the aitujilluu of the one t rm irinrl.u In tho eleel Ion of
Prctulciits, 1 hi. Is not lhi uiiliupoitunl matter il may
aniiear tu touic. If l'rc.Ucul Until ujiuot illglble fur
a ae-tond term, the eonntry wonld not be oitirs era by
the conduct we hsve seen la Loulilsns sad In lots and
IhndedVth'e rreililent.by tubserrener to '
element of ths llepublleaa psrty, haj annk the I'rcil
dential chslr lower and lower, until It has not only
touched the bottom, but sunk Inlo the mod snd corrup
tion at the bottom. Uoghter and applsnie.l
Now, we propoie to remedy Ihla by putting In an
honest msn, who will not aiplro to a accotid term.
After addreisea by Ur. 8. Waterman, Vice-President,
Mr. lladford, and others, the meeting adjourned.
Kim County Falling Into Line.
Last night Iho citizens of tho Seventh Assem
bly Dlilrlct of Kings, Irrespective of parly, met st
the Schuyler Houis, Fourth street, Wllllimiburgti, snd
arranged for the orgtnlisl'on of a Orreley and llrown
Campaign Clnb. Notwithstanding an enrollment wsa
going on, both of Liberal Iiepubllcans and Democrats,
In all the wsrdi. the meeting wsa well attended. Capt.
P. .1. (Ilraion was chosen temporary chairman, snd
Itobert II, Anderson, O, llannan, Patrick MeOlnnesa,
and II. llrlen were appointed a Committee on Perma
nent Organization. . ...
James J, Ilogcrs, Est., Chairman of tho National Com
mittee of the Irish-American League, then ad.
drrncd ths meeting, lie condemned (Irant'a corrupt
Admlnlitratlon, and It was toiave the country from
another nveyeara of proniirsey.uad misrule that the
Liberal movement was organized. Alluding lo Horace
Ureelcy'a letter of sccrplancs he said I "Aside from
every other consideration ths fart that he will not In
the candidate of any party but of the people, comrncn .s
hlmtoua." . ,
Ks-Judge Dsllry followed In a terse and happy
speech. He and Mr. Iloircri arc Itciiubllcana, lho
.ludgo alluded to ths fact that moit of hit hesrers were
Democrat!, ami complimented Capt, Uleason on rdi
lurcesi In the Liberal cauic.
Next Tuciday the club will meet and organize. Over
slity namei were enrolled tail night.
Tho Nntlonnl Deinoctncy for Greeley.
Tho National Democratic General Commltteo
met last evening In Cooper Initltnt", rxdlerortler
Smith In the chair. The object of the meeting was to
takescllon In relation lo the qieitlon of psrtlclfatlng
In the forthcoming Ore dry sntfllrown meeting.
The Hon. flenjamln Wood eald that the mass meeting
would not he In the niture of a ratlf.eatlon meet
ing, nnd would leave all Democrats who at
tended It free to stittlo by th" drclilon of
Ibe Ilaltlmoro Convention, whether that Con
vention seceris the Cincinnstl nominees or makes
straight nominations. It would be simply a rillen's
mass meeting to Klvc expression to the opinion thai the
Cincinnati oomtnrt-s were such as could be snd ought
to be, In the present crisis, adopted In Hal tliu ire.
The Chalrn.an spoke at great length In favor of the
Ilaltlmoro Convention, taxing tin (Irreley and brown.
It was unanimously reinlrrtl that It was the seme of
the meeting thai Ibe Cincinnati nominees should be aj.
proved by the Paltlmore Convention.
The Chairman ws. given power to appoint a Commit,
tee of VI to make arrangement! for attending the mass
l.nng Islnud Thoroughly A woke.
A meeting of tho Mor.ico Greeley Campaign
"nrffTft'Tui rfr.rsrrXTV jrrrrer.i m -earner, evr "ifrw
day. May IJ. Oeo. A. Molt, presided. About one hun
dred voters were present. Kloquent snd stirring
speeches wire nude by Marilull Dibble, John Colte,
and others. Hlttv-onc people signed the roll. A com
mittee of three was appointed to go to llaltlmnrc on
Julys, and urge the ea.lurieiueiit of the Hon. Horace
lire, ley snd II. (Irilz llrown for I'rrildcnt and Vice-I'rrilib-nt
of the I'ndcn SUtei. John Cotte. A. II.
Drrulimra, and faninel Hortonwrrn appointed by the
chair aasurh committee, tl. A. Molt, the Chairman,
was added to the committer.
A ritlfrstlon meeting Is tn be held st Pe-irnll'i Cor
nrrson Momlay eirnlng, Jul) I. Addresses are to be
made by the Hon. J. P. eoloiiuhi, the llou. II. M. Tall
man, the Hon. .limes Oakley, the Hon. tamucl Ho
Mutt, (leorse A Mott. Kan... snd others.
Ihe people In the tosnof llrmi.strad irn flreeley snd
llrown Ir earnest. At Iran PM more names will be
added to the roll of membership on the evening oz July 1
Dr. Greele) In Vnrkvlllr.
A now club was organized last evening nt
Hicngcr Hall, I ATI Third avenue, In the Interest of the
Cincinnati nominees, under the auspices of the Iwenty
flrat Aisrmbly District Orecley and llrown Club, and
called the Vorkvlllo Auxtllery (Ireele) and llrown
Club. The officers rlerie.l sre II. c. Iteynolds, I'nsl.
dent i .1. M. tlray, and II II. Mason, VUr l'resbirnta ;
Chas.T. Valentine, and tlllbrrt Cauulng, t-ccrctarlri
and Francis A. Thomas, Treasurer.
The Math Ward for Greeley,
A Sixth Wnrd Greeley and llrown working
men's campaign club ltobr or;anlicd nit Friday I y
' rereYKTVIfn iuJ Winianf Ttf liulu Hi ires-.nTiriIff; .71"
I'rsrl itreet. All cltlzini of the vVardarc rripectfully
Invited to attend.
A Greeley Cannon In Ibe Fifth Wnrd.
At the last meeting of the Hernard Cannon
Asioclatlon of the old Fifth Ward a resolution wis
adopted pledgtna- the meeting to support Honest 01 1
Horace for tne I'resldrnry. J. McMsunli ti taeprul
ileal of the club, aud Jamei Ilrcnnau n-cntary.
(irrelri's isiremrlh In llrnnklyn.
There arc fewer Hcpubllcaus In the Fourteenth
Wsrd of llrooklju than In sny ward In the city, id
though II Is the home of Sam Maddui. l ast night,
liusevrr, the Ltbrr-d Kepubllenn tomui.ttte im.'ibd
over ViO names. The ward li almoit unanlmoui Itr
t'limilmniis fur llornce,
Tho Charles L. Shamt A'soclat.oii lat night
unantmously adtipted a resolution fledging Horace
Orecley and Orat llronn Pi rnllre support lu Ibe ct m
tng eaettialiu. This sssoelilton euibrai i-s some of tne
most lt.auenllal men ut tlu- bleu nth Ward of Drool!) n.
From Hit- Kdilorlul In the Presidential Chnlr.
A largo number of tho Influential Germans of
the i:i.litt ruth Ward hare formed a tlreeley campaign
club with the motto, From the Kdltorlal to the
I'r. sldentul Chair." Mr. Jacob Molthan ti prei'deut
Head.iuarteri it Frit den'i Hall, '.".1 Attxue A.
The Germans lor llnm-M llnriice.'"
Tho Germans of the Twelfth Assembly DIs.
trictl.svc orguutreda rousing Oreehy campaign club,
with hratlnuirtiri st "10 blxlh ilnii. Mr. F. C. IlotT
tiiolher Kbhlh Wnrd Club For Greeley,'
The Charles Dre)fls Association of tho
Klgbtb Ward adoptil resolutions at their last meeting
to support lleiiest Old lltirnce Ort-eley. Mr. Michael
Keiiui ilv Is President, and sir. Thomas Dunn Ii Secre
tary uf Ibe Aisocbillon.
The NcM Vlee-l'reldent (,'uiiilnu.
A telegram has been received from Oratz
llrown that be will positively ipcul at the Oreelry mass
meeting at Cooper Institute ou next .Monday eveulug.
The (irreley llnl.
All tho members of tho Jefferson Club havo
ordered Urcelu white lists.
Chnrlcit Humncr lo the Wurklitgmrn,
Hostom, May W.- In tho evening session of the
Massachusetts Labor Convention Wendell l'hllllpi read
ttic follow Ingi
t-in ats CiiAMnin, MaySV, 1ST3.
Osntlsmin: I cannot take part In) our public miet
tng. but 1 declare my i)mpatby with vvorkiiigmen. In
their aspirations fur greater ctiuallly of coLtlilloii aud
Increased opportunities 1 unite cordially. Iherefore I
Insist that the riperlmrut of an Fight Hour law lu the
nntlunal workshops sbsli be fairly tried, so that, If sue
ressfnl, It may be extended. Here let me confess that I
find Ibll law especially vatuablu because It promises
more time for education and general tmprovrmfut. If
the eiprrlment la meet ssful lu thli reaped. I snail bo
less curious on tlipquestlon of pecuniary pront and loss,
fur, to my mind, tho education of the human family li
above dollars nnd dividends. Meanwhile accent uiy
but wishes, aud believe tne faithfully jours,
( iivnLKs MCMNvn.
A To run tin nnd Flood In .lllssnurl-l.lvca l.nsi
uud Propel IV Detro)i il.
Sr. Ixicis, .Mny2J,-A tcrrlhlo tornado passed
over Morgan rouutyon raturdiy cveulng. On the fdrmi
of Avery Fnher and others, ihc housts, bams, orciiirds,
fcnrt'i, ad were completely demolished. Jacob HUsscr
and hli child n ci e killed, and Mrs. lllosser, Avery Fisher
nnd his wife suit twelve otberi were wounded, only nve
of whom are expected to recover. In the vicinity of
Florence a great number of houses aud bjrus wrru
At Vironn,on Sunday night, there was A V'T.vr 's1'
of rain, which Hooded n largo pirt uf the town nutl car
rb'duwM)ili' rultroatl bridge and a long stri trh oi the
railroad truck. The house of Oeurge or cubic wus
carried awn), und btmself, w Ife, und child were tlrowuid
In the alio) i ring river, liiuueiise tlunuge haslctu
it.ine, whole farms being complet. ly luiin it. At Hi .ring,
tltitt und Us vli lnlt) the rain fill in mrrtuts it., wb le
iilgbt. ibe railway Iraik was washed uwii), aud vilicr
(nod News fur Ti nut Fishermen,
Hancock, N. V .May Si. -Martin's Motel has
beeiiaold to a wealthy gentleman well known lu )our
city, lie will at uueo put Iho homo lu thu best of order.
This hottl hai slwaya been the headquarters for trout
tliblngpartles from tho city. No placu on tlio hue of
lie brio road utlords belter fishing il.au Hunt-tick,
llurrj lloagland und Major H. 0. Ooiidwlu aro to be the
uiuiugera of the house. Tho Major Is all trout. Ills
robing breeches are now made ul mountain bear ikln,
tanii' I on both shlis. It Is necessary that they should
be uiuile of bear skin tauned on both vides, in the
Major wai never known lo go srouud a caicude. He
alw uj e slides down.
A 1 1 ii um n llody In n Fisherniiiu's Vol.
Tho body of no unknown man was foui.il by
a i'srty of Bsliermcu uiur Ilobbln's llecf, below Jersey
lily, jesterday. Tlio fishermen wtro draw lug In tin Ir
pels, when (liey lnund Ibu body luiigbt lu 1 1n- m t.
1 In re were no papers found on the I .,..! b wlibh it
(iiuldbn Identldeil. ihe man was etldeuil) ul out :is
)eirsnfage, win will dressed, aud l.ud bucu In tliu
water about two il tyi.
Ti'iiuedy In Vo tula in Street,
Last night, In n quairelntTO Vuniliim street
hiiwci n VV llllam Kelly of vol Vurlck Uri el und 1'utrh k
snd JanoCosgrnve of 70 Vnndiiiu street. Ki lly was Imllv
hi .iteu by Pslrlek und June, lie was cut ni ibe lenipb
nnd an urlery wassevered. Ill ssssllutiii were luck.il
up In Iho (irerUHkli Hint police ilutlon.
Hilled by u II u mile ol'(llkioth.
Lift night Alfred Lent, uged 8 yens, vvhollved
at 1-ti Oraiul street, Wllliamiburgli, while plsjing In
front of I), b. Halght'i carpet nore, a few-floors be.
low Ids hiiniv, ilunibled agalmt a box of oilcloth stamp
lug on Iho sidewalk. It toppled sud fell oa hlui, crush
lux bit ikuli, md klUltig bOu loiUally '
LIFE IN THE METROPOLIS.
DASHES HEM! AND TIIF.ltK UT THE
Denlh nt the Ilrlm-The Perils of the Orlop
Deck The Voynge of tho llorli Furopn -Inquest
by Coroner Keelilin,
Yesterday Coronor Kconnti held an Inquest In
the rsie of sn Infant named Jmt, two yrsri old, who
died on bosrd the bsrk Enropi on Ihe voyage from
Bremen to this port.
Augnst tickler, captain of the bsrk, testified that thoy
had four hundrcJ and eighteen steerage and second
csbln psssrngrrs, the Isrgcil number which they hid
ever hsd t there wero msny children I thero were twelve
csirs of dcith on bosrd. The child wsi found In tho
berth, draertrd by the parenli, after the srilval at tl.ls
port. Tbrre were no complaints made by passengers
sbout food t they had as much ss they wanlcu of soup,
bread, and butter, with prunca and apples. There wai
no doctor on bosrd they never csrry one r the tlemisn
(Internment does not require them lo do so. The vcnel
Il CM loni.
Deputy Coroner Wooiter Peach testified tint Ibe child
died of meailei. Ilunki were fitted up between dcrka
frr passengers. The place was tolerably clean. He ex
amined the food snd found It lo be good. There wsa no
reason to inppoicthal death wsi csused by Improper
food hsvlng been given to It.
The Jury found that desth wsa caused by measles.
They also round that the Kuropa carried a large number
of passengers, without having a physician to attend the
alck, and recommended the matter to the proper au
thorities for lovcstlgstlon.
A Policeman' llnttle with First Wnrd HuT
Anns. Last night Offlcor Mclnerny attempted tonr
rrit Patrick Doyle.sllai the Smasher, a notorious ruffian
of the Flnt Ward, who was sctlngln a disorderly man
ner, A fierce fight ensued and a large crowd collected,
who urged Doyle to murder the officer. Twelve times
were the officer and Doyle alternately knocked down.
Mclnerny attempted to me his club, but It wss w rested
from bli grosp by lioyle's friends. The olflcer clunir to
hli prisoner, notwithstanding he wss cut on the wrist
by some unknown perion, nnd, with the ssslstsnceof
twncitlzrnswho camo to his relief, took Doyle tn the
Church street police station, Jamrs t-hlcls, nf 101
Oreeuwlch street, who with others susulled Officers
Mclnerny and Dunn a few weeks ago. Incited lioylo
to reslstsnce. bblcll wai subsequently srreitcd sad
The Hon. Hnmliel .1. Tlldrn'a Work In the
At tho liar Association inootlns night, In
the absence of Mr, Kvarti, the Hon. Bamucl J. Tllden
took the chair snd congrstulstcd the ssioctitlon upon
Iheworkwhlch hsd been done. Fvcry Judge agatnit
1 "xlioa U.r auingiavtoa-Ufil j:".fcrteA.''mirj. (..':' .oil':,
who, ssld Mr. lil'leu, had ilrd Irom the oriiesl, had
turn put on trial, aud the Impeachment managers
would push the trial to s successful Issue. Mr Tllden
added that he consented to goto the Assembly soli ly
with a view of t-gi ctlng reform! In the Judiciary of
New York, but he found thel apltol surrounded by ou
atmosphere of corruption, and had therefore been una
bletodo all that he had expiclcd.
John ssiniti,' Arllllilnl Convulsions.
John Smith, having been arrested for stealing
from the Hudson Hirer Ihdtroad Company, wai taken
to Hellenic Hospital, yester -r. leemlngly from con
vulsions. Whenever he was th I Tied taking w hat didn't
belong lo him, he fell squirming like an eel, Everybody
thought he hsd Ills. The physlclin In Ilrllevue made an
examlnathsjT, yesterdar, and ascertained that John was
plating lMissum An otnrvr was summoned lo take him
In the ihlrly-srvi nth street police station. On the ar
rival of the officer John was suddenly taken with a HI.
ami frothed at the mouth. He squirmed and twisted on
the floor like an angle worm, and the officer was obliged
to bind his legs antl arnii with ropes. He was then
placed In n grocery wagon and driven on". The doctors
say that It Is ihe easiest thlug In the world for a man lo
fill btmself full of water, and touching the end of his
palate with bis forennger produce an artlfical frothing,
which they supposed w us Jobu's method.
Murderous Assnull In rscrnnd Slrcet.
Yesterday Coroner Young was summoned to
take the ante mortem deposition of Martlu Drcmll, re
ported dying at hla resilience. 811 Kecond street, lire
mil isld i
.OtLSnrvdsy jnunln. about 1 .o'clock, bating occailcn
to go luto llie)ard, I heard luualc and slnglug. 1 went
toward the front gate to see what II wai. Juit before X
got tn the gate some one struck me on Ibe head with a
hard Instrument or itune, which knocked mo senieleis.
1 did not know anything more until five or tlx hours
afterward, when I found myaelf In bed. My brother
told me that be fouud me lying In the yard and helped
me to bed. Iieildei Ihe brnliri on lny bead 1 found a
bad stab wound lu my right ankle. VV hen I went down
italri I wai In my itocktng feet. I had not been drink
ing. I went to bed at lu o'clock on featurday night. I
do not know who struck me. 1 have bad no trouble
with sti) ooe.aud know of no reason why anyone should
treat me ao,
Houston Street Fetlvltle.
About I o'clock yesterday m-'rn'ng, as James
Hell., a cabinet maker, of all Cbrystle itreet, Dsnlel
Cunningham, of the same boose, and two other men
were walklngnlong Fait Houston itreet, the whole par
ty being somewhat the worse for liquor. Hell and Cuu
nlngbain became Involved In a dispute, and the latter
drew a knife und threatened to stab hell, ltcll dcQed
htm, am! Cunningham nt once plunged Ihe kutfe Into
Hell's abdomen, and ran away. Hell asked one of bis
companion! for u i isinl, and, obtaining Ibe weapon, be
pursued his assailant along Houston street to Crash),
duwntrosb) to Jersey street, aud ibente to Mulberry
strret, firing three ,tuti as he rsn. Ts.it appvrrntl) with
out erfect. cunulngbam esc iped by tihnblug over tho
wall around M. I'atrt.-k's Church Pill was taken to
lb llevue Hnspiul, where be uow lb s tn a very precari
.Mutiny on llonrd the French Hnrli MnthUdc.
The steamship Vleksburg. dpt. Merrill, nr-rtreithrrcji'vmTrTy-fr.atr
'af.ii-siW'flttft w,U . as
sorted csrgo consigned to F. VV. I'entgtn. May 1",
when lb latitude 3V30, longitude ',1 i, the Vlckiburg
passed the schunni r Isaac Oliver, bi.ii'i.l south, and on
ibe same day the French bark Mallitldc, from Mora,
goiue, whlih afterward put Into Onnalves for the pur
pose of having certain of the irew held for mutiny.
During the passupe, SLcortllng to the statement of lbs
captiln of the bark, a mutiny broke out, and was
qui lied only by the sboutlug of one of the uuutincirs
by the captain blaisclf.
Job n Mllcbt l' Mill A en Inst Gen. Dlx,
In tho caso of John Mltchcl against Gen. John
A. Ids. for his Imprisonment under tbewar power. In
which (leu. Ida took the steps under tl.c recent acts of
Congress to rrmov e bis case Into the rolled stales Court,
Judttc Win, K. Curtis of Ihebupreuie Court has dt elded,
under a ricent decision of the Court of Appeals, Hut
the suit Is removed, but that If the plslntiit goes on
wuli bis case In Ihe Male Courti, Ihe defendant's proper
rimed) li an application to the Federal Court lu stay
such pruci eillugs, when the Federal Court can dctlda
whether tbocasu was properly removed.
In tlio caso of Owen Gcoghegan, William Men
nt ssy, and John O'Counell, accused of shooting Mlihacl
McNally at a Tammany primary In front of laimnany
Hall, rteenlly. the two latter failed to answer when
called fortri il yesterday In the Oeuerul Sissloui. Their
ball -sas lurfilled, and sltacbments were ordered for
their arrest. A medical certltleate waaproduird. show,
lug that Oeogiiegau wai i-ourim-ii to bis bed luilcrtng
Mlllinry Chlrltnlns I'ullshlng their Armor,
Col, Charles S. Spencer, tho gallant comman
der of the Fifth, will soon be tn a position to draw his
shivering lance upon (ten. Ilutlcr In a forensic arena.
1 he Colonel has bein engaged b) Urick 1'uuicio) totli
feud him in the breach of promise suit tustltund by
Mlsihsrab A VVIIIclui of Conn, ciijui, audhesu)she
Is rimtl ler of victor) The rase will soon he tried 1 1
the lulled btatei District i ourt.
Tragedy lu n Wont Side Miucmii'icr'u Shop.
Yesterday nftcrnonn John 1'ncznntck nnd
Jacob liaoiiler quarrelled in a thociuakir'a shop In
Heventh avenue, near Thirty-second itreet, where they
wero working. Kaossler tires a Irlmuiiiig knife and
stabbed I'Ltzuntrk In the neck, wout.duig htm tt Is
thought, f.lt.ihy. Orllt-er Morgsti of the M..niited --quad
took IMussler I'J JiUirsou Market, wbirc ho wsi
lot. LiU Up.
A si., ;:!"chv Mcrchiuit Mission,
Mr.O.J. Mnril-on, a iiicrciiaii'. .'Louisville.
Ky , wai In this clt) shout the .oih ol prll puuhat'n.
r stuck of goods. It wus lu, intention to pat uililuif
vh-p to I'lilludrlphla ami Pall more before n turning to
Kiiiiuek). As more than a uiuiitit has now- eiap.i d
sli I is friends huvo heard of luu.. the) liar ti.ai he
lius met with foul play.
A Child Drowned lu u M-vver,
For tumo sonio time lust n tower being built
under Ci nlrul, near 1 nltllsw avenue, Jtriey cti), has
hi eu I) lug open. On Monday evening. Fttward liaiinl
gun, aged 7, fell luto Ihe oravatlou. which was abuut
tlftein feet deep, slid was ihuwued. Dr lluik, the
county pill sli Inn. gave a permit lor burial, but at the
ilem.tiid of the falhtr lii Inqut tt Is lo be lir.U.
All Irishman by tho name of James McCafTer
ty went Into John L. tiuldt's logcr beer saloon, No v:i
1 list mi nnc, )eiterday, und lu -ir (ene, nine ...nrv
itrink Is bottti s of welss beer, snd cacti glass wllbout
I ii.mg u In. in bis iiitnitb until It wan tinph . Afiei
i. mi' li - enl b un and He a 1 early sui pir. riieu be
ilrlit tl batk uud Uuislied six mors.
The Denlh ol'n Veierun Gfllcer.
John I'tintouello, a valuable police otllccr, who
has doue iluly for many )cais on Ibe Proadway squid,
performed his usual duties on hulurdny lat, rciiorttd
sick en buiidsy.uiid died )cstcrda) 11101,0111 at Hu 1 lock.
He wits iiiariied out) twti uioiitl s ago 1 . disi.4.u 1,
aald lu bavo becu uu atli'itluu of the lungs.
The Americas (iub-Golitg, Guliur, Gone 1
Mr. James M. McGregor, under nn vtreiillon,
hi given rollce that he will nlliiie furnimre in 1 1.1
Amerleui Club llouso at breenwub, by uuitiou ou
Death lu 11 Hiillvvny Cur,
Mr. A. Vaughn Dlmock, of tho firm of James
8 M)cr & Co., stock broken In line itreet dlid sud
ileulylu Ihe csri on Monday afternooD, u the way to
Ids noma to fclUabeili, How Jwai.1.
THE EVSILON EXPLOSION.
Condition of Ihe Sufferer - Dragging Iho
Hirer for the Undies of lire Missing-Narrow
I son po flotn Denlh.
Tim Riiffurcrs by tliu cxploaion of iho .tiff
boat l'psllon wero nil alive at n Into hour lost
night. Throo of lho wounded men wero ro
inoved from the Centre street Hospital to Hello
vuo, William Kenney, 'lotigshorcnian, who was
bruised lu tlio back, went to his homo, Olaf
Andersen, tho Norwegian sailor who was on tho
Seminole nt tho time of the explosion, and tho
Sandy Hook pilot, Charles Mitchell, arc tho only
victims of tho accident remaining In tho Centra
street Hospital. Andersen suffers Intonsa agony
from tho concussion of his spine. Tho pour fel
low's groans aro heartrending. Ml recovery Is
considered doubtful. Mitchell's condition has
Improved. Tho condition of the mon who wero
transferred to Ilclleviio Hospital could not be
ascertained lost night, ns their Injured tmrts
wore encased In plaster of Paris, which will not
bo runt o veil until this morning,
Darly yesterday morning two men act out In a
boat from licr II), Fast Itlver. nnd dragged thn
river between plcra 18 and SO for tho bodlos of
tlio missing captain nnil fireman of tho ISitsllon.
They ceased work nbout 8 o'clock, ntitl slnco
then nothing has been ilono to recover thu
bodies. A cousin of tho fireman, Putrlck Mo
Cormlck, camo from Albany yesterday, nnd
visited tho scene of tho disaster. Mo vvns very
anxious to have measures taken to recover his
cousin's body. Hn has not scon him In a yoar,
and as soon oa lie heard of tho accident ho start
ed for New York.
Tho hull of tho llpsllon remnlns under water,
nbout flflov feet lu nstrnlght direction from Pier
HI. Capt. Townsend was engaged ycstcitlay In
getting dlvors nnd nnparatus to raise- tho hull.
Mo will probably begin operations to-day.
Largo pieces of thu Fpsllon wero fished tip yes
terday by sonm 'longshoremen, who began spllt
tlng them up for flruvvood. Ohiccr Htilllvan, tn
pursuance of Instructions from Capt. Ward. of
lho lleckman street station house, compelled
them to desist. Ma collected nil thu floating
fragments of the tugboat nnd laid them together
to bo used In tho Investigation by tho l'nltcd
States llonrd of Inspectors. Mo has taken tho
names nnd residences of aboutadozeuwltncsavs
Several persons who stood on tho dock at tho
tlino of tho explosion narrowly escaped death.
Mr. John II. Pentz, n shipping agent of 89
South street, and a man In his employ, wero
standing nbout ten fect front tho end of tho pier
when tho boiler hurst. As soon an hu heard tho
threatening nnlso of tho steam he sprang behind
a post aud pulled his emplojeo after 111 111. While
. UiVaOiauitUr;'tt-w-L'Xi'.s'"i. LlPg.
nmf six Inches In diameter camo thundering
down between them, cutting a largo holo in tho
six-Inch plank which covers tliu dork. A plcco
of the tug boat known ns a kneo, vvhlch Is nn
Immeiiso block of wood weighing over fifty
pounds, was blown In the nlr and camo down
on lino street, n distanced nearly a tpinrterof
TIIOTHXU IX I'itOSVEVT 1'AltK.
First Day of the Annual Hprlng Trolling
.Meeting of the I'rospecl l'nrk Association
The Celebrllles Present,
Tho tiiiiiuiil spiiiiK trotlliiK uu'otlup; of
tho Prospect Park Association commenced yes
terday. Tho day Mas delightfully flno, and tho
assemblage largo, Tho ladles' balcony of tho
club hotiso was thronged with tho fashion, beau
ty, and (We of Long Island, At tho grand
stand wero to bo seen many celebrated turfmen.
Great credit Is duo to tho ablo management of
Geo, W. Oakloy, tho superintendent, as tho track
was In excellent condition.
Among tho celebrities present wero ex-Mayor
KalbQelsch, ex-Mayor Gunthcr, Alderman
Cashavr, Hdvvin Sandford, II. W. Duckcr, Mr.
Carroll. F.llls N. Crow. Archibald llllss, Tom
IU -y, "w Moat-land, tho owner of the ceicbrat
d gray stallion Mivwongcr. lb saro of Moiuvst
Dutchman, Oliver Marshall, John White, ex
County Clerk, Surrogato ceder, and many
The first raco was for horses that never beat
3 minutes, Thero wero seven entries. Six rami)
upon tho track when tho bell rang for tho sport
to begin. Georgo was tho favorite, bringing
Into the pools fli'l, ngalnst tM for the field. Mo
won tho raco handily In three straight boats.
Tlio second trot was for horses that had never
beaten 2:31, There wero seven entries, nnd four
came to the score. Tho contestants wero Hon
est Dutchman, Dauntless, Tom Keeter, nnd
James II. Coleman. Dutchman, vvhovvas trained
aud driven by Dan rtlfcrln u masterly manner,
was tho fiivorito ngalnst the field at the rate of
tliu to (a), nnd proved himself a worthy son of
an Illustrious slro by winning his raco lu three
straight heats In gallant st) lo, Thu Judges wero
Messrs. McMahon, Humphrey, antl Fletcher,
whoso Impartial decisions gave general satisfac
tion. Pune No. 1, ff'Oi best 3 In 5, mile bests, for horses
that bate never braiin 3 minutes 1 JJW lo tint, tlio to
second, sum to third.
J. I'awling'a b. g. Oeorge I 1 1
J. VV heeler's blk. ni. Fvellne i 11 3
.las. Campbell's h s. hpartan a 'i 1
J. I.. Hot) 'a br. s, K. In 111 lloutb 5 1 )
T. llojt's s. g. Wallace 6
Ablt-11 .blsiiiltli's b.s. Abtlallali I a ill
O.N . Fcrguiun'i blk.m. sweetuii.it dr.
Vmrur. ltf. Vile.
First heat :U PIS 311
trcnnir nr.it SI - 1:1s tris-v-
Third heat si hi:i,' il::S
Trot No. i. purse fl.vsii belt 8 la .v. In lisrness. mile
heals, for horses that have never lieateu ';Si ; siso to
nrst. iiniiu ncond, and tvito third,
D. I'flfrr's cb. s, Honest Hutchmau 1 1 1
J. H. Parke's b. s. Dauntless 2 i II
M. Itodeu'a br. g. .1st. II. Coleman I a s
.1. h. llaki r's b. g. 1 om Keelt r 3 4 ds
J. L. Holy's a. g. Judge Scott lr,
J. lialston'a br. g. Frank Palmer dr.
J. M. Petlt's b. Ui. Sunbeam dr.
UttitrUr. if. Mile.
First heat '.sou j!Sst
tsrmndhcat !WU 1 111? !i ;7S'
ililrdbtat sti 1.1114 i.lvi
a Yovsti salmi i:it.i:ii's sricini:.
Drsiliuie nnd Dlaenurnced In New York
The Milli-rlnga of 11 Clerk,
OiiMoiuliiy.IaintsW. Ilushnoll vvusfoiiiul
dead lu his room at 133 Hudson street. Coroner
Marsh held a jmt rnorfcm examination jester
day, and ascertained that death was caused by
Paris green. Mr. Ilushnell was o native of Win
chester, Vn., where his father and two children
now reside. Some months ago ho camo to this
city ond obtained employment In tho basement
auction house of J. W. Cauinbell & Co., His Hud
son street. This position ho gavo up about a
month ago, after which tlmo ho was out of em
ployment, llocomlng despondent, ho commit
ted suicide, lie was n member of Madison
Lodge, No. 0, of Odd Fellows, Winchester, Vu.
Thu following letters were found In Mr. Hush.
Hell's room nmong his papers. Gnu was ad
dressed In his father, J. W, Ilushnell, and thu
other to his children, Kiln and J. 1'. Hushed!;
Orricr or I w c ft ( n )
Sis Hudson slrci" ser v-rk t
Pr vn Krvn Om FATitrn lieuse mid for (.mi's sake
forgive me 1 remember when we purii d )ou mI.I you
never expected to see me ogaln ujioii laitb. 1 thought
tllgerently, although I suppose )ou will be ctirreii.
Oh how my heart bleeds hat I cannot see your dear
old face once more on earth, but 1 hope lo meet vou In
heaven. uu know not what troubles 1 haw-Pud In
New York, I can say that I have done nothing In vlo
l-illon of law or to the Injury ut any one, but to work In
a sub basement under tvritnuleul men from morning
until night, has atlllt led me, dm! mil) knows. 1 was
Insulted often, and slrk freou, ntly, eoniequeiitly gave
it up, und now I have neither mon-y nor friends.
Tie r- are some who would peib.ips be frli lids, but I
sin too despondent to usk theni f av ors, and us 1 hnv e no
long, r a home upon larliilwlll seek cue lu htdven,
Wbhll I hope to obtain, Slid w b. re I hope til meet you,
V..I.I- Htb t tltill.ile scu. .1. V, III-.IIMI.I
P. F. - lie sine and makeii,,' om s fe. I Unit 1 inn
1 1 tn roil. I u no account lo Ihcm. L.b'Vett
them wllh s father's love. ,1, . .
Ill til ( lllllil-l-s. : I bile no doubl ere )ull In elie Ibis
I will be no more, but hero I um without frl -mla or
money , ran neither get ) nor stii),and I have Hurt'
fore come to the eiinelusluii Itiat lama nuisance upon
this earth. I will therefore leave It, w lib the hop,, tint
1 will Join )our iiiulhcr, brother, and sister in lieuven,
with other frli mis gone In fore. Please be good tbil
dreii, and furglve mo und pru) for luc, and 1 hope to
meet nu In heaven. '
Your nUcctluustc aud perhaps lost f.itlirr.
J. VV. Ih'Mivr.u..
Illness ol 'Mr, Jitnies Gordon lleiincll.
Tlip jiuhlk' will rcKiot to hear Hint Mr.
James Gordon llonnett Is lying very III nt his
rotltlencc. Although conllncil to his lied, and
en Intense sufferer, hn Is not regarded by hN
friends or mi'tlb al attendants as being In Iniuil
liein il.iugei, ct lehigiams h.ivobueu sunt to his
son and daughter, who aiu In llngland, appris
ing them of his condition.
Muidei- In Pond Fdtl), X, V,
PoitT JllliviH, May Sf.-lgiat uvonlng Thotnns
Diirrle. while drunk, shot s quorr)maii, Mlclisel Sell. r
Millet and Inotlenslve nun, In Soulier's tavern. Poll i
l.tId),VV. Ihe wound is probably falsi. Harm has
becu lodged In .Muni. ct llo
Three GuiihonlH Hiiven A shine,
Msiiiini, May :W. -Advitos of the I of Ajiill
from Ibe Philippine Isliuds riport that three Spanish
gui l ats and several roasters were driven aihon ou
Ci Im iilaml during n hurricane.
The hiiiitiiah Mlnlslrr hustnlned.
Mvtiltlti. May 2S Tho Cortos roatsemblod to-
it!d,ur .' lcii!u,ri',ut' d"ad nm ,M "u
THE OFFlCEHOLDIillS' HOW.
THE OLD . VASHIOSV.D TA3f.1IA ttt
31UETIXO Ol' THE (J, A. It.
An I'prnnrlnua linllirrlng l.nsi Nlghl-Tlia
Prrpnrnllnns for Dlcoiolboi Do ) -A no
(bur Victory lor 1 1 timer Greeley,
The Monimiiil I'nintnlttro of lho Onintl
Army of tho rtepuhllo met In their hoadtitiurlvra,
CA University plnco last night. It was a botatnr.
ous assemblage, tho majority being offlccholtl
era, Mr. M. A. Heed, Superintendent of Station
H Post-offlco, acted as Prosldent, and Mr. A. II.
C. Langbeln, vvl'.o was a tlrunimerboy In tho
Army of tho Potomac, was Socrctnry. Aftorths
ineutlng had boon organized, anil beforo tht
transaction of any business, a gentleman with
largo atiilllno iinso, a fierce moustache, and s
stunning goatee aald ho hoped that nono but
members of the 0. A. It. wero In tho room,
That created a general laugh, as It was well ,
known that the Custom House gang had packed
the room with repeaters anil officeholders who
had been Instructed Just how to voto. H
Th first business after calling tho roll was tha
report of tho Hxecutlvo Committee. It was that
Gov. lloffnian hnd accept oil tho Invitation of
tlio Commltteo to prlslilo In tho Arndomy of
Music to-morrow night, ou condition that ha
might withdrawal nny tlmo during tho evening.
Tho report milled that tho commltteo could not 1
sco Judge Charles P. Daly, as hu wus out of the
A delegate moved that tho report bo ndojitcil .
nnd the commltteo ill-churgod Irom further con 1
sldcrntlou of the subject. Then tho howl began.
A dozen men wero on their fect In a momont, H
nnd amid u wild neenn of dlsordur and cries ol
"Sltdovvu." "Question," "Count tho votes," end
blasphemy, n voto was taken. The result, SI for
tot, against, shown! that tho Grant faction
wero In tho minority, anil the ofllcehuldori
bowed their heads In dejection. B
Then Capt. Grant moved that Gen. Henry
A. Ilaruum ho n)iolnleil permnncnt chalrmau
for tho evening, anil Hint hn Introduce Gov.
Hoffman and prcsldu In his nbsenre. Tho mo
Hon was can-led. 23 to IT, and this was tho occa
slon of another lively time.
A dclegata proposeil to appoint Col. Willis,
Major Forbes, and Major Mtzlcho to Inform 'B
Gen, Haniutn. It was carried, "I to 17. A mo. i
tlon to reconsider was lost j also a motion to ro B
consider tho voto making Gen. Ilarnuni choir-
man, tho majority being the samo lu ench In-
lly this tlmo thn excitement was nt Its height, IB
able. Col. ltoiicr, suicrlntendent of tho Hex H
Department, nm-e excitedly and nirnltcd th
rulings of tho chairman. Iio aald n vote to ro
consider wna carried unless two-thirds of the
delegates voted against It, and ho threatened
to havo the Chnlrmaii discharged from hi JM
position ns Supciinteiidentof Station 15, for not 'H
(lerldlng In their favor Uestions vvhlch wero 1
Justly derided ngalnst the Grant party. Mo wo
frciuontly called to order, and tinting the ox-
cltcmoiit several of tho delegates went out, bo- H
Ing In fenr of bodily harm. A motion to nil
Journ vvns then put nnd carried by 17 to I.'i. to
tho dlscomflturo of tho Grunt-Murphy Custom
As tho delegates passed out of tho hall, nno of ,
thorn recognized tlio Sk'N reporter, and whls
pored, "Another victor) for Iloraco Grccloy."
THE lU.lt II Y EAVES.
Tom Hughes 1'rnlests Against ihe Atljotlin
inrnt of 1'iirllnnielit uinl llenaiinrrn Ilia
London, Slay 'ii. A llvidy st'tisiitlou wits
created In tho IIouso of Commons this evening
by u bold protest from Tom Hughes against
horso racing and tho usual adjournment of Par- . HJ
llamcnt for tho Derby Day, vvhlch occurs to- HJ
Mr. Gladstone moved that tho IIouso adjourn ,
until' Thursday, BJ
Mr. Hughes, on rising tooiijioso thn motion, HJ
was received with Ironical cheers and laughter. '
Me iiolntcd to tho fact that tho llouso adjourned
only two hours on Ascension Day for dlvtna
worship, and now tiroposed to niljourn twonty-
four hours for tho Derby. It was Incouipatlhlo
with the dlgiiltv-of tho Commons to rocognlza
hor-e racing. Thu I'ngllsli rnco courses had In-
trod need tho most corrupt and insidious ay- JH
tern of gambling vvhlch had ever disgraced an ,
country. While ho was oiipood to this species sHH
of nmuseiuunt, ho belluvoil In manly sports Ilka
Internntbiuul boat races, cricket, rllle shooting,
and other salutnry enmpctions of human
strt'tiutli, skill, und (duck, and thought they JM
should hu encouraged.
Tlio mot Ion fr adjournment was carried by
voto of gig to M. B
am v i:h Ti'i.i.vs ji i ititr.it. H
Aualhrr Fill ell vc Admoiillloii lo Ihe Mne
leenth Ward Akhis.'sIiim.
Tho cusp of l-Mvvuril Ki't'lcr, liiillctcd for
feloniously assaulting Olllccr Hernard Till I y In
Fi'brunry last, vvns completed In tho General
Sessions yesterday. Thu defence, coniluctcd by
Messrs. l'rbo Sweat, consisted principally
In Ihe ptlsoner's swearing that ho acted in self.
tk-fnrri-, and that ho did not Intend to kilt
Tully, Chiulcs L, I li-mmens testllled Hint ha
suw Tully wit Ii his club ritl-ed over tho prison-
cr's heuil. Me had been himself arrested und
conllncil live weeks ou u charge of making tho
nssault. nnd vv hen hu went from the stand was
again taken lu by thu ulllccrs ou uccoiint of a I
susiiended Judgment of this court, but later ha
was discharged vvltli an ndmoultlon.
Mr. Sweat summed up for thu prisoner, Insist- HjB
Ing that his clinic wus simply assault and bat-
tery. Mis speech vvns Ingenious, nnd showed i H
him n muster of criminal law. Col. Fellows had ,
tho closing speciii, and lie embraced the oppor
tiiulty to deliver himself lu n very etrectivn man-
Her. Me iltili-d tlio " roughs" lu tlio court-hoiiso H
and outside, sat lug hu hntl no uso for thorn po-
llticnlly or otuervviso. Tho pollco. i-speclallr
those of the Mlietecnlh Wcrd, weru comuielidcd I
for braver) and devotion to duty,
Hecorder llnekett's i-hargo to tho Jury was Ins. i
tone very similar to Col. Felluvvs's Hpecch, anil
no one was surprised whon a vordict of "guilty i
as charged In tliu Indictment" was almost In. :
Ktuutly returned, 'lho maximum penalty, ten Hjl
years' liuprlsouiucnt, vviui Imposed by tha judg- .
munt of the Court.
Serious Accident tn nn F.ijiicsttinii. 1
CillCAdO, May S. At Dexter Park to-tlay H
Charles Itcltlker, the California Hoy, undertook tha 1
featof riding on bum-back COJ mile! la twelvcconiccu-
The track uied was the circular one, icvcn-rlghthi of
amllc in length. Fresh horses wero used for each
round. (In the twrnl)nflh lnund the horse bolted the B
track and lea ped the rail, fulling upon Its rldtr.who,
however, not being much hurt, remounted nnd finished
On the ItHtli round the rare came to n sudden term- H
lnaltou.'as the thu; lioise airalu Jumped tho fenev and B
threw bu rldi r with such force that l.u was
obliged to be taken from tho pur In a
carriage, and be new lies In n very
low slat.', nllhoui'b hi, phi slei.in has some hopes of his
recoil r) lie hail mailt Iris inlltsln nine hours und fl
twetit) minutes, and but for Ihe uuMml wuuld uu.
duubteill. huv e accompli. bed ibe feul.
Gient l'.vellemeul In the mimiui'Iiuiiiiu Viillt y.
Si'sgi'iui vn.m Dkpot, May IM. Young Judgo
Post Ins Just returned from btururca with s string of BJ
set cut) two trout. Hie largest weighed oue pound,
eleven iiuncej and a iii'iui) wi tglit. The Judge caught Hjl
his trout wllh fat wliite grubs. Tin iiiiiiiiiialus near
Ibis il ice .ire noa do ited w ith huv, liioklng for sTrubs. 1
Tin s- l.oi " li lie be, li s. ill out ti) (ill. Abbolt, who
csii.-bt the bhi ir.uit lu I lnrd Lake, near Hunt is k. If
On t ns don't phi) ttoiigh on the ( tditiii 1 fur grubs, lho "fjJB
rob. net uud Simon Cameron's grandfather wPl atari fur
Ktarucc 1 1 .irl) to-morrow inornlng with htpilr.i Iliiits'a Jjh
inline, lhera Isgruat eailteiuei.l lu thu busquelianua !
ltoekwooti h pi, ;r .I.;. ll"l,1l,'0i;ill!;!"fv,i;
per of t liii'uiii.i. use I i oid, ainoi, , " '. ; ' '
i si-. Um ihe pi tun . il.. uli hterall) uu uiui. , ""vox
artl.i.i -inciss, 1 H
ci UKinirii.s or cuimi:. H
Jiri't'ilah Fvnn- h.iv Ing been foiiml giilllynf
maiisbotkiiier, wus be.iU-iii' tl. vt-sUidu) . lu tiu vsrt
lu Dlilte I'llsuU. H
Ann I'. Iliirns, who was onco convictud of
luaiisluuahli l by aburtion, and aftt rward grauletl s news fJJB
trial. s )i sl, nl.i) ililmltled to ball lu I '.l0 by Juitlca !
Ii 1'rshiiio, Isaac Kuu p uf 115 ( hutuu slrevl bn'olnlPiJ
j.ossi;.s if ruiE. fl
Tim ji.it.lcr inai liu works In Springfield, Most. H
Loss. Ito.oisj to ;o,t . H
Tho frame house and contents 211 ami 213 1
Ornuditnil, VVUlUuuliurgh. Lois, 3,Uiu.
ishan's block lu Hhldoford, Mo,, one of tha H
largest building! lu the plice. Loss.pi.UOj Iniurauce, fJJH
. ( nixus .mo rr to ir.v,
We call attention to tho salo of paintings nt H
IheSoiuervii:.. Art i.ain iy to in orow eveulug. It in.'
cludii work! by stiiuu of um but artists. H
Thoelectlon for u now Colonel for tho Ninth H
Itegliiient has been pn.tpoiied lo June I. It ,s suld that H
Lieut-1 ol tbarliil,.llralue wid bo tit ited.
Tho dead body of Patrick Illctor, uged n' out H
V? x.'srs.wai fouud jeiti-rdi; morning outbelliiulcvanL "