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MONDAY, NOVKMHUIl I, 1R72.
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Times were t lint . no wrnt the State of
(ft It .Vs.k ilt'lll lllf 11111111. lllll. II
inny ho to-morrow.
At nil events every fair oflort -tumid tic
ujnilo to curry tlio State fur IIiiiiai:k Gittx
ui untl Kiia.m'im Kkii.van. If nilirr StiUin
prow u-munt in tlio litnir of trial, let not
Ndw Vnrk fail to do tier duty.
I The .Mtirpli) -DTJrioii Contruct.
Thofrii'iuliof J AMixO'ltiill.Miou-boldly
clnlm tlmt mi in nitipi'inriit Ium liccti coin.
ptt't(.tl whcivliy lio 1 to ui't'lvu a law
xo( from tliu (iIIa.nt men. We think tlii'if
nn' (iiiu cioiiiulii for IIiIa cliiiiu.
Mor tlmn u wiHk njro mwi'i It'll on
luoul, fxi't'lU'iit ntitliorlty tluit () Hiiif.n
im contldt'lit of olitniiilii UMKHI votes
from tlio (ini.itltif , mill under cniitt'iiiplii
eoiitlngi'iicli'.i n mui'h lni-por ntimlifr.
. Vfe nro n.-Miit'd that thtw i'oiitliiKt''ii'i''
have toint', and that tin luirgiilu li miidc
tn imrMiiinuiof which O'Diiikn h to pet 11
heavy Itcimlilicnn vote.
Whatever O'Hiiien rocclvc? from tliU
quurter lit a lo.sa to 1I.vkmkyi:ii. If
O'Umen l to pet the aid from Uii'Oiunt
UepidiUcaiin which his friend coulldcntlv
count upon, tin. n II v kmeyuiiU practically
out of the race, and the eoiiti'id ln'i oinif a
nhurp ftruift-'li' hctwceii I.wviiknci: and
Of courn'Mr. O'Hiiikn Ia to pay forlhr-c
(Jhant volt? rot in money, lint hyiiiu
uiiip out of the Apollo Hall boxen (iii.iXT
ml Dix tii kctt.
It reiiialii! to befcen vthcthcr nny of the
feuiiinu fili'iiiN of icfo. m in tli n Apollo
Hall mid (Jiia.vt 1-mkn will Kinctlou this
tnitle, mid wi other they will ratify the
mle by coiiFeiitiiiK to hand over their ballot,-.
I A Di-cinlc ol Nouli.
AnioiiR the iipentt of the I-Ydeial Ad
uiinUtratlou who have midcrt'ikeu the en
' forcement of the I'liited States election
, laws in till- city there if one per-oii who-e
rouiliict I untie th Ion dlncreditiiblii lie
rniiM It Iiiii nt tract ml but little attention.
We refer to Hcniiy K. Davii:., Jr., At-is-Unt
I'liltnl States Distrh t Attoiuey.
At the last hearing of the IlttMitcil cafe
thb Kelitleiuan. on the part of tile liovern
ment, before c!o-lnc evhlence for the
proH'ciitiou. iiicved for an ndjoiirniiient in
order tin t he nulit read the testimony al
The Cominli'Sloiif r nccordlnply adjourn
tftl tho cai-o for ciKht days to allow the At
tistiuit UUtrict Attorney to read what he
ourtaiuly hud ears to hear, and ought to
have had fconce to remember. In the
mean timo the amircd it u inauded o tin
cut tody of the law.
It may he ruppoed t lint the tcctluiony
yns voluminoiM. On tlio contniry, ( cr
trul only tcrcu or tiulit pane.
fc'o tho United States authorities can nr
reitu reputable citizen latu on hatuiday
und refuse peifeetly good ball in order to
liupilkou 1 1 i id over Suudiiy; can delay in
. every possible way the conimenceiiient of
tho vxumiuatiou to which the la .v entitle,
biui; and can llnallv iiiteirnpt that cx
mliiatlou beforo tho ( lire of tlio (ioveru
ment U inude out, for tho rpace of eiuht
days, that the Assistant District Attorney
may read the. tesllmony of his own wit
ut'ws, at the rate of twenty-four liuuib to
" It Is tlie duty of the prosecutins at
torney," tays Sir. Justice Coolkv in his
alily work on constitutional law, " to treat
tlie accused with judicial full 11033; ami to
iiiUU t injury at tliu cxpciisu of justice is
no part of the put pose, for which he la
, vliesiu. riifortuiiutcly, however, we
koineliuics meet with cases in which these
olllcci-. appear to regard thcuiselves as tho
counsel for tho complaining putty rather
than the iuipsutlal lepresciilalh of public
I Is There Such 11 Iliirsiiiii t
Fitm IA t'omiiKi , lal Aim ilstr,
"Not kluisec II Mr. OrttsnoKi'iH will has llm
Osnimn iniclititv rjn In Itic lulereti uf tiui.s r and lux,
tM.rur1IUK 10 artemeut. Vf Lrutut actlutt ny tati
faith In I tilt iiutlr-a birvain It a liargtln, llr. Orra.t.
Mr. Huiiii IlAbTiNns hire assorts that
Mr. Oswald Ottumidui eii has bargained
witli tin (Jiiant leadeis that If tltey would
run Mr. Havkmkyeu as a candidate for
a Mayor, lie would make thu (ieiuiiuu vote
for Giia.nt and Wiiaun.
If there ii bU. h a bargain as tills, are our
German fellow citizens bound by it? Will
they vote for Hkniiv Wilson and U. S.
tjiiANT because somebody who hud a can
didate of his own for .Mayor has ImtfjuiiHil
that they shall do so? Will thoy deliver
Uieir votes because somebody else lias sold
I Mr. Iluiciacvor Should Withdraw.
If William V, Havcmbvkii really values
tho caiiMi of municipal reform abovo his
own self-eitcem lit will to-day wllhdrnw
from thu contest, and leuvo tho pooplo to
ducide tminiuly between Aiiiiaiiam It.
LAWiin.Nii:, a lino and eiipahlti refoimer,
and Jamls O'Uhiex.
Uy ruuialnliiK in thu field Sir, IIavwiey
111 only divides tho reform vote, and ren
Jnr thu probabilities of O'IUiikn's election
stronger and stronger.
Ilesldcs, ho owui It to lilts own self-ro-peet
to withdrow. Tho (Jiiant lenders
fcuvo betrayed him. They Uavo put hlra
ipiarly to tcJliilm outj auxl ffiiljo thoy
prct4'iid;to support hlin tliey'oro In rcAltty
bound to do their best to elect 0'llmr..v,
Doctt.Mr. llAvr.MnYFii wish to icmiiin III
this ntlitiKle? Docs it mlt the tllKUity Of
his cliaiuetor to run merely to Ihj FOld
out better than it would to repudiate
such n trcnchrroti nlliniicf, ami to refuse,
to be ininte the Instrument of 11 ban1 politi
llotv flic CcrniiuiH C'uii Do It.
It Is boldly allt'ired by tho organ of thn
Custom House maunders in this city that
they nro to hnvo tlie votitt of thiiOernmns
here for (fit a NT nud Wiiaon bci utisc' they
hUTe bargiilneil for tliciu nild liarr given
tho iioiisldenttlou c.Tncteil. namely, tho
iiomliiatloii of William i 1Ia e isy 1:11 for
If this be ro. the fJt rman whoe votes
have thus bet 11 sold, ntitl who are to litll !
thetn to-moriow, should udeittitid wluit
l ieiiiiteil of thcln. They r.re to vote for
IIkniiy Wilson and I . f. (Iiiavt. This
llt-.N'MV Wiijjov, nown iiuididatc for Vlce
I'residcnt, became prominent In political
affairs llftcon years ngnoi Iheietiliouts ns 11
Know-Nothing, so-called, a member f a
secret order formed to deprive men bom
In other countries of the right of voting
or holding olllce here. As n member of
this seciet society Mr. Wnox took the
following oath :
" In l In- pifsenef of tin- true Mid ctrr-tlvtng
Ootl. ntitl on Hit tarrrtl i-frliturf . Ills. Icly
went, I ito tin hue Hint I n III truly Itillll sll my
oliHcallntis Inward my liret hrcn of ttiu Order of
Ktiow-Niitliliiirs, sail llmt I will l.t-rp sai red nil
the sinus, tokens. ibm nntl ilpfrei" words grips,
t'lnlilt'ins. nnd inii'ei-iiitfs, e. And 1 furtlirr
iltu'lnre nntl solemnly sttrnr Hut 1 "111 not Kiuiw
lnirly iiln fer, sinlnt. nr clfi'l nny l erwiii of
III .111 .. Hl... i. - tl n..' 1 flit
In tlie locnl or general mlinliilstrntlon of tlie
Amvrlrnti (lovernmi'iit. And I further ilfclA.ro
.iml swcir llisl I t 111 use all tlio luonas la uiy
iorr to ttiiiuterntt nliil tloatrny the lufluiiiro
nf forehrncis ami Ituninii ruttinlw-s In the atl
mliilitriitlini of tho (loirnunont ut th L'lilled
Htntts. ami hi iiiiv nnd nil parts thereof, locnl nnd
ilt uerul. To nil this, n free 3111I toluutaryebllgn
lion un my ii.irt. Mltliout rrrndtloii. I pray lii.it
I may cut fe nlde to remain trur and steatlft,
u help mo (Iml."
Now. if our (!c rumii friends w irh to make
ti inau Vieu-l'ieslilent wliose cou.-eienet'
is bound by such an oath us this, very
well ; It Is their right to support him. Hut
they ought to do it nudci-standlngly.
Those who desire to elect IIkniiy Wil
son cnti tin so by votlm: the eleetoint ticket
headed by Kiiciieiiick Doiolas. the well
known colored orator. Those who wish to
go apiiiist Mr. Wilson should vote the
elcctonil ticket headed by A J ASA .1.
The (runt ("iindiilulc lor t'ousrevs.
The UitANT paity In the city of New
Y01 k no doubt contains in it ranks a due
proportion of eminent lawyers, at coin-pli-hetl
merchants, Intelligent bankers,
and well-educated scholars. Wh . then,
did the party stoop so low us to lish up
such u scaly set of eamlldates foi Congress
as. the following.'
Mall M"ia '. -li.tiD 11 laamn.
Ailnllllll 1'UDll. W'ntl'l IS. ItrllHU.
Ccnrtct t.f Hi, ui,A Ltarlin.
William A. Daiilino is Ihet'iistom House
Apprtiistirauila noisy dealer in bLatliei skit e.
D.w in 1J. M 1:1x1.-11 1- one of Daiii.ixo'h as
sistants, anil was loiuieilya clerk In the
i'olice Departiueiit. John D. 1,wson is
the nu t of mail that the lute Scu.'.fo.r Ben
ton once described u "u dirty dug. 11 very
dit ty dug, sir." Ili.i tiuiuiuatioii is un in
sult to the commuiiity whl. h U invited to
vote for him. The oilier tuieo uto ul Icily
This lit kt l is liencath iniitcmpt.
ho Will lutestiuatr It t
It is reported that the Credit Mobiber
bribery Is 10 be iuve-tigiitcil, and that at
the opening of the seHon a joint loinmil
teo of tlie two Houses of Congress will liu
propositi to examine Into the whohi alTair.
In order that the supicion of unfair deal
ing may not be iittaeiittl to tlio committee,
It is suggested that the joint resolution
shall contain tiie uuiniu of all its mombeis.
Hcsidcs. neither Vice-I'reritlent Colimx
nor Speaker IIi.aink can uppoiut any of
tile membeisof the committee, since both
of them are aiming tho acciiiitl.
This is all cry well, but It i not certain
that CongicM villi pait any siicli lesolu
tlon; or if one is passed, who believes
tho luiiili will aiiiuuut to any thing';
No matter by whutii It i moetl,it is likely
to be squelched or pert el ted, o that un eai
nest exploration of tlie faeU ami no tlior-ouylt-Rolng
npoit can bo made. The
(jitA.srpaity dure not allow thetiulli 10
bo ascei tuiued and made iiubllc,
Tho only way to Institute a sat if no
lo iy csainlnutloti Into this utipreicdciited
charge of fraud and corruption is to turn
out (lie present majoitty in Congress and
put cleau-hauded pntiiuU in tlielr places.
Thn Conn ait.
Sir. 11 VKtr. un has been oppoM'd to the
improvement of the city; Mr. Iawmknck
has always been in finor tif it. Mr. llvr.
Mi:vnu was against the coutriu timi of the
Cent nil Turk; Sir. Law hence u a zeal
ous advocate, of that great Impiovemeiit.
Sir. I,aw UEitrE Is a jirogiessivn Iran, full
of life and energy, and in the prime of nil
Ills faculties; Sir. Havlmeyeii is an old
gentleman, slow, timid, hcsltaUiifc', ami
narrow in Ills views.
What intelligent, patriotic citizen, who
ties ire- tlio pio'perity, growth, and good
goTerninent of tlie city of New York, can
give his vote to William K, Havemkyeu
when theio is sin li a candidate, as Aiiiia
iiam It. I.awiience in tlio Held?
Wait O'lliien Cxpecti.
Tlie Sew Yotk Time publishes con
spicuously n speech delivered by James
O'Hiiien on Saturday evening. He is cer
tain of success; "My majority," suys Sir.
O'liuiEN, "will not bo hs than twenty
thousand, and 1 will bo greatly surprised
if it does not go beyond that figure. That
I will bo overwhelmingly elected there is
uo doubt in my uilud,''
If O'ltuiiiN'K anticipation be coircct, and
if lie is eleettd, he will owe It to those who
have put up William F. Havlmlyi'.ii
when there was already an unexception
able reformer in tho Held in tho person of
Aiiiiaiiam It, Iawiience. But for tlio
nomination of this third candidate there
would havobeon a clear contest between
Sir. O'UlitcN, openly suppoited by tho
OiiA.vr officeholders, uud Sir. I,aviiknci:,
supported by tho sincere reformers of tlio
city. Uut tho candidature of Sir. Uavk
JiEYEit divides tlio reform vote, whllo the
(iliANT malingers secretly glvo their sup
port to O'liuiEN and Inspire him with the
uoulldeucn expressed lu ids speech,
Thoso who do not w ish to have O'Uiuks
elected will do well to vote for Aiiiiaiiam
The Giiant Stale Commit tee of Florida
is a hotly of inra who tnko lajco tIqw of tbolr
rtipoiiallilltles and powers. A Mr. Josts, who
wa rorently appolnled County Coiqmltaloner
for HadstUn, ilecllnsd to govern hla ufflclal ac
tion by Inttrurtlona from, thW committee, where
upon that body dtmAydetl hla reinqval by the
Ooytroor, Qqyuivi. rtltO.. t Uiujjulj
ttUIi this demand, tiparv whlth (ho ctmmltto
prtsotirsd a blank oomnlsstondiily signed and
Mnlcil, Widen thi'y flllcir-out With aii npisohiU
ment of a fuootn-nr to Mr. Jotiwi, and the sac
cowtirthus appointed fntthnlth entrrcd upon
thr etorcl-c of his Illegally aetpdrtd authority.
When the (turrni'r tenrued wliut had been dune
ho took meniirrs to stop the work of tho com
ndllce's ConiinlFsloiior, nnd to maintain tho mil
tuip In oltlco. 'I'tils uctliin si displeased tho sii
piirters of tho Ailmlnl'tratlnn that thoy were In
eltotl to tlirrnts of vlolsneo, and nt. tlio last ar
counts (lov. Itrmiwaa travclllntr with n (ruid
In Hllendtuie to pitserTO hhuralf from bodily
A ship carpoiiler employed In the I'hlla
ilclphlit Navy Yard hs tioen elrliie nn ncoouni
of Ids porsoual otitrrvatloim of the niuttirr la
which that Institution has ticen roniliicted un
der Prxon HonistON'g ndmlid'trntlon. from
which It appears that tlie oxtruynitancoAlitt nils
ui.inivoiiioiit tllsplnjod tlmro are exceptionally
ularlnr. even for a branch -of lite public service
which la i:ohi to tlio dogs ns rnoldly as possible
In etery deartmcnt. Just noir tho yard Is
tllleil with political hummers, paid hy the (lov
eminent to work forfltt tNT's reflection ; no
person, liowoter competent, boiiuj peiinlttod
to rcceltc pay who Is not believed to lie an un
cipilvocil Granule. Hlnce the l.Mh of July the
liumbortif ni 11 ttlitxo names appear on the my
rolls has hern lnetened from, four hundred and
ffly lo lifleeii huiiilrcd, not less than six hun
dred lint bur I cen taken Into the yard within the
last six weeks, in addition to thee are about
two hundred pelllh Inns wholnake no pretence
if work, hut are generally present each morning
at roll call und always 011 pay day. Including
real and sham workmen, 0OI1 era, clerks, and
ward politician, t .ere arc now about nineteen
hundred men drawing pay from the (lovern
ment. the creat majority of whti'n nmder no
real return for tlielr money, except tlmt they
. it. fnfiaiivT ntvl hnte nlreuO tileu
ouco or more for ilAiiTiiANrr. The most of
Hi cue men will be dlecharKad after the election
probably on the 15th Inst. hut while they are
retained 011 the pay rolls they receive an average
of about M a week. Thu soma! hundred
thousand dollars of the poople'a money lssxnt
at tlio VhllaUclphla N ivy Van! alone for the
purpose of buying votes for On ant. Since the
prcseut Administration has been In power the
cott of maintaining the Philadelphia Navy Yard
has been at Icait flro times greater than ever
before, which Is u fair example, of the economy
of the public service under OiiA.tT and such
Secretaries as Si.coii ltonnsox.
Hememhcr, the polls close at 4 1. SI. to
morrow. Yote before that time, or you can't
vote at all.
Tho right ticket to-morrow will bear
tLet namsa :
for CUu Jto'tX :
For IMrUt Attornty:
Thee are worthy, capablo, and falthfu' men.
Tlie NpriioIrM ifrpiijli'tiii revives n
speech uiaile by Sirs. J.ivuinouu, tho ttoman
orator, nt ('levels ml. two or thr faii since.
Hire la what slm aald of Of 11. (Iuant :
" When eiiiratrt'rt In hospital vtork durlnu the
war she nrrdctl the alcnature of the Omfrtiur
of the Ml.it of Illinois to some document, and
after uolnff to seeial plncea coultl not And lilm.
Klnally (he liackmaii snltl he could Mud I1I111.
and look her to a llipior saloon, lie went In arid
found the (ioveruor. but told Mrs. l.lvriotoHK
that slie must go in. for lie could not come out.
."lie went In. and there, behind a u rev 11 screen,
that ton many persona iiilk'lit not fee I1I111. slie
found III (iovernor of the slate ef Illinois nil
In a heap, de.nl drunk. After it url e sent him
to CoiiLrcsa ai a collator fur six o.trs. At a later
stJL'i' she lie. Jed the sUiuturv uf Miiotlicroftli cr
attliescatotnar.ni.il could not find him be
causo he as off on one of hl sprees. -I rienrnr.l
r ni-ji't (not man flu i'mldent 0 (hi I'mltd
Wtial Mrs. I.ivruuoiiM said wan doubtless
true. (ien. (HUNT icciisrall kept out of the
way of liquor duriiiK the war. hut he Iml
driiukeu frolics (lien etery oncu lu a whll. and
he has had tin 111 at Intervals since. Hut that
fad did not break llllll iIomii in n (Ivlicrnl thru,
nnd now it docs not Injure hlin naacniidldate for
oClie. Pulltlcal partlsaiuhii overrides almost
cut) oilier feeling In the brent of muti. See what
certificates of moral health ere given by scru
pulous rullk'luus men to C.tMLltos's candidates
in the re'-eut I'eniis)ltiitda election. .NotloiiM
ther vtniild hnte L'lM'ii lust aueh ivrtltlcates to
tlu'dctil liiuiself If rwiKitiiN had been running
hlin foi I'Shc. In the same .i Mr. I.tVMiMiinr.
is now a tiiUM' nun; ami (tin most zralutu tcc
totullen. If they went on that aide, nould tote
for (ill txT If they were t ee him tlrutik eer
day lu tint treel ; and before, casting their bal
lots they would certify th.it they didn't delicto
ho was eterilrunlv at nil. This is 11 mighty queer
world, oapeciall) about election tli to.
A f'fnc Ciimlddfe: CiniijToi'ii.m Fine.
for AaJuiiddy hi tlio Thirteenth District.
Ill tt KIK, a Washington (irmitlte, I. his nipo
ncnt. Vote for n.NF. Don't vote for IlLACKii. Sc
communication In another column.
Cil v"r rofo fo-morroic or Hauuei. H.
Cox ov Coiivitwjiun nt larut. lie U honctt, tx
Hiituied ulilt ; mid liai a limit In AiilHUom ai
UtM us brains (11 Ids linid.
Thomas) Westuan Is the 'I,t 'igilioremen's
candidate for Assistant Alderman in the Fifth
District. Wo bvllcTo ho would niitio a good
Alderman, although ho It not endorsed by lint
Committee ol Suvjnty. They prefer IIiniiy
WibVtEii, who has drawn $lwO0.i) car as Impoctor
of Iron on the now Court House. TliooMlce wu
a pure sinecure.
llENHY WllLTMV.S is tllH CillEELRY CUIIlli
dkte for Coroner. Ills naias adds strength to
tho ticket. Ilo U a tlcruian of good tnWce
dents, and he will make a suod Coroner.
For JiuVjr of the Superior Court :
J nines C rtpeucer
Is the beat candidate. Veto for him.
For Asstiubly In tho Fifteenth Dlstiiet,
veto for J os 1. e 11 Ui.itme.vtual. lie Is 11 mer
chant, ami a man uf talent and character, who
will do credit to the city In the f.eulslntuie.
(leu. On A nt and Col, F011NKY hud a long
interview In YVushtnuton tho olhtr day. Hid
they consider the ttieitlon of a Presidential
candidate lu W.'i't lu hsM Foiiney and Unv.M'
made an sgreeineut through Oon. Kawi.i.ns for
U iiani's reflection lu 197", and on thut agree
ment the cam ass uonr closing hat been con
ducted. If (iKANr Is elected nit 'hieadny, will
he ace any reason why liu shouldn't run fur the
third tluio InUTd? It la reported that lmls al
ready looking forward to thu painful necessity
of bciuu obliged to accept the nomination of his
officeholders lit that time. Hut supposu ho
should In) bcutcn now, what thou?
Ill the Fifth District of New .lerstiy to
morrow eipechdly wo hope, tlmt nil Democrats
and Liberal ltepubllcaus will rally zti.doiily to
tliu support of AnriALOM Wuoinatfk' uf 1'iitor
sou, tho Liberal Deiuocrutio eaudldalo for Con
gress. Ilo U eminently woithy of public confi
dence, mid should bo elected,
Whero Is thu teport of tlio Four Wise
.Mon nt Atnurlea on thu character of candidates
for tho Assembly? T'liero Is no tlmo to lose.
H ill Mr. CiiAliLLM O'Comiii Utile Ids luanlfesto
liuforo It Is too late?
Tke FlflU Dial 1 In or New Jersey.
7o 1it tiHlur uf Iht Sun,
Hut; A gross iujiistlco lias lieen dono tlio
Liberal Iiepubllcau and Ituiuycratlo candidate of
the Fifth Congrvaslonal District of New Jersey
by his opponents In the circulation of tb report
that lu a rartahi speech he 0xprcs.9c.tl views un
friendly to Itomaii Catholics, regarding them at
unfit to hold publlu offlce. Mr. Woodrud never
uttered any such sentiment. Uo la In no wis
sectarian In his views, am) lias always been tho
friend of I'roteaUut nnd Cathollo alike. Know,
jug the plaaaurs Tiik BUN tako in placing faot
In a proper linht before It readers, I vtntuc to
rtipiett lbs- laaariiou of the above.oorrevUou,
INSIDI? PLYMOUTH CHUllClT.
int. nisncimn nT.icovTtHtyn oxtitn
HHXTAT. ro H'KltH Or ItAM.
I - -
An Immense. Cnntreinllan IlimtUf on the
lilrmnfllir Mlnlsier-Nohle Cturunee anil
Klntiuenl Arneiils (Vtemour ( the Hecep
1U11 of New .lletnliers.
Kvery frnt In I'lymouth Cliundi wns oc
cupied usWrday by halt pust 10 o'clock. Stany
of the regular AttentlantH wero absent, but the
members of the elmreh, with fovr exceptions,
were III their plftcc. Mr. lurcher's family oc
cupied their usual seals. On the pisiform to the
left of the stand on which the lllblo rests wn a
baskot of beAutirtil flowers, with a background
of evcrtrTcf ens. (in ne small round table to the
rigid of sir. lue Cher's clmlr slood a tll glati a
fool nnd a hal f IiIkIi, which llkewli e contained a
large, deep-hucd louiiiet. On the stops leading
to the platform half n dozen girls ami boys weie
sitting. In front of the plstform tho com
inunlon mble was laid. The sacred vessels were
covered with a snowy cloth.
The eyes of the roinrre?atlnn were fixed on the
door by which the pator wns expected to enter.
Tho jniing people woro cranliiK over, and every
now and then standing up for n moment, to
catch the flat glimpse of their beloved minister.
At half past ten to the minute Mr. Ileecher ap
peared, followed hy the chief deacon. Tho nrean
sent foith n soft prelude. The notes irreve and
swelled Into a grand symphony.
TUX Cltlt.MUK'S WILCOMI! TO TIIFIIl IMSTOIL
Ai Mr. flcccher went up the r'Atfonn steps
the children slttlni there smiled a welcome.
Mr. fleecher smiled on them In return, and
stroked the hair of one of the boys as he passed
up. Mr. Ileecher At down, threw his soft fell
liat under the table, and unbuttoned his cloak
nnd finny It bark from his shoulders. Then he
took up the hymn lok, laid It upon Id knee,
pu. H hi tlchtly-clanched rhiht hand upon It,
and look round on the audience. Mr. Ileecher
appeared In excellent heallli. Ills cheeks wero
ruddy, ond bis eyo bright an1 steady. After a
minute's aurvty of the congrKitluu. Mr. Ileech
er opened the b) inn book, aud found the first
'I lie smphony ceased, arid thtiie was a nio.
ment 1 solemn rtllli'ers. 'I hen tho cl.olr burst
forth with tho mavolflcent Tt. IAum, " We praise
Thee. () (Iml, we ackiiowlcdKu Tltett lo bo I he
Lord." When this was ended, Mr. Ileecher
stepped mi to tlio desk and sold, "Letui ask
tlio Divine bleating" Then followed a iliert
prayer Invoking the aid of the Holy Spirit. Af
ter tho Invocation. Mr. Ileecher read from tho
12th chapter of Luke's (! pel ns follows:
an Innumerable multitude nf people, inaumueh :hat
they trod one upon another, .leus b'irau to tay uniuliit
dliaplea, am bt all, Uawart yt of Hit leaven of 1 1.
rr.arltrea, wtlch la litpirlay.
3. Ft rttiere la Miuuait ccverrdttiat iball not terc
vcaled t neither Mil. that ihill nnl te knnvn.
3. Therefore, wbatiocver ye hate apokei tn tUrkiis
shall be heard In the ttslili and that which ve have
eoken In Iheearln eloiela, ihall be proclaims.! nuti
4. And I sr tints yeu.i"v frlrnda, He n,A afrill
tkf.tt luat Sa( iu NmIjt. aud after that have no uio-e
that they ran do.
3. Hut I v,lll;fi retrarn yen whom je hall fear Kear
htin, lio. aftrr he hath killi-d. Iialti power to east nta
hell , yra, I untoyoa, Fear hlin.
And so on, tn the end of vers 31,
mil urr.cncn iiickivlnii new Mr.Miirus.
Mr. Ileecher then cave out the ('nth hymn In
the I'lyiuotitli selection After the sliiclre; Mr
Ileecher read a list of new members admitted
by tetters from other churches, ami announced
that several members would nlao then be ad
mitted on prufct'slun of their faith. He Invited
the latter to coma forward, and five men, two
women, nnd one girl of about twelve v cars, nrt se
passed downthe aisles, and stondln front of the
communion table. Mr. Ileecher addresed tlie
candidates as follow:
You tuve aeparatrd yunrtelvra rrotn this eoncrrca.
Hon. Urar Irientla, lo perfmo una t,f the aunt moutrn.
tout and vet Joyftl aria uf j.tur ttfe You vri 1 uctrr
eetse In fsel Ihe etteel if Hi. ittdleall.Mi wlilrh veil l-uw
male, should voll c.llim altrlluualrlv lo tnal !:
tUeini'r whuui you are now about openly to avouch, itm
will st er rs)ole e thai you w r rr hroutrtit 1 1 hfa hour .but
II jour aoul lull draw tw i, aud you ihall put Chrlal to
on o(iu shaiui . tl.lt drr.l and ttilt hour thill tect.r
lasting wltniTse against you.
Yuu have btcu d-'c iuy renrlnceil nf your perioral lc
futn tt, yon tea ort ly repentei I rrmf, yn
ruive he letd in Ihe torsi vlnir Ims uf J.hi Chrl.i . ton
havr dsdlraled your hsarl aud Ufa lo Win : thai dedlra
Htm teu are aliout lo rrLuw la the preti'uce "f t,ud aud
thlarusa-rr,-allun Yrl lr net eit con. Thiiuk w
l.atu lUuurfhi it uieti la alibuLUh )ou, II la wun a calm
and clutrful hope ,tl,it He utio lu tuve !. , a. led t ..it
will nevrr Icate uor fursike ji.u until you ihall tiand
In ticu helure tlod.
1IAK1M) TIIE I'llfil EIO.N.
Mr. Ileei her tben said , "You will now lake
the untenant." Me rend from the church manual
the c itenant as follows :
po ynn now atoueh Un lxr.l Jshovsti lo be your
t.ud . tua t lirlit l W ),ur K.itl.ir : Ihe lbl sj.lill to
he your bani-IICet t luouilt uttf the dumtiilon ..f IjU
wurld orr )imi. do yct-CHUtf, rale tour whole ai.ul an.1
hody lu Ihe a. rvie uf u, 11 lixyuu retslio hla word
as the rule of your life and, t hit jrare assisting v u,
will you prrirt ere In UY.a conarf ration unto Ihe end?
The candlilntes nt do oncluslon bowed Ihelr
beads. Mr llee-lur d :" The ordinance of
baptism, If nut nret 1. leeelved, will now be
Mr. Ileecher desiTiidetl lo the space in front
of tn lilitforin. Tl two wi.'nrti and the voting
girl :.inl one tusn kti. tr before bun. mid dfi pins
bl hand into the cup held by the chief ilc.tc on,
Mr. Dee. tier let fall a few drop of natir on the
fore head of em h, si) bur. " I li.ipllse.llicc in the
nani" of the Fnther, ami of tlie Son, nnd of the
Mr. Ilei chcr limn reluilit'd the pl.tt form nnd
aid. " You will I'otv enter Into exviitnt will
Ihe church " y.T. Ileecher rejiealetl the formula
CMMIISO INTO l.'lll'liNA.NT WITH 7 UK I III ltl'U.
Ilo yoi tolculu.y eavcuaot and auree lo atud) Ihe
IK'aes-. parli i . an i liberty of Una church t to love ai.d
watthut.'r lit iiumheja us lour trathieui toro-elto
fruiii the.u lt ui m Ifuli art aud titiuunlllvni' Will teu
lahtir t,ia- tluT wllli tit lo the mamtrptneeof tit puhlte
worship and ordinances) suhitilt tn necessary dlarlptlne,
and avoid all eauaea or icandal and oOenee, lo lung aa
lu Uic I'rutldenea of Ood you shall cuullsuv aaiuuii tw
The cantlldatrt bowed tlielr heads. Lookhiir
around on the conergatlon, Mr. Ileecher saltl,
"The members of ihe church will please to rise."
They slooil up accordingly. Jlr. Ileecher pro
ceeded with tho rnveuaiit :
We, then, the ineinWrj of tl.li ehureh, d )jy'ullr and
cordially receive you Into our mo her We promise lo
hvitr with yuu, to love, iotdit and 'i all nu nialuour
posir lo sdwuceyvu in Ihn uln . Iilr. Aluen.
Mlt. di'.uciihii'h rittven
Thn candidates returned to their o.it. siul
Mr. lieeclicr said, " Let us pin) .'' He thanked
(lod for the prosperity of the chinch sud furtue
I'ci-Min.d comfi rt "f the hope of the lb si d. He
Missed (iotl Hat the bur mi had been t rrtencd
from unseemly divisions, from the uicii-itttuns
of sin ul men, nud from nkketl tuairtls. lie
prayed that even- member might develop a bet
ter ami nobler life, and nttnbi to u rtate of
conquest overtho world, the tlesh.and the devil,
lie tiiirt.itcd that the linspel might spread anil
iidiice man to its sway, until humanity should
be purltlcil -11111111110 beast should be burled nnd
Ihe man como forth perfect In Christ .fesus Tlie
pratir was short, eloquent, nnd t ninth. ml
great was the stillness in I lie asemhl) tl.it II, e
iustor'a voice, low and soft, and at times llemu
loiis with fcellliL', could bu Ileal d l ovei7 . no.
UH. DECCIIIll'S KlUtMo.N.
The (jlfiih h) urn was then sine, and I'.r.
Ileot lior guvo out his text from Plilbio l.ins. .tl
elMpiur. mid l.lth ven-o; I ur 11 la lie I who
wurKeiltiu )oil both to will and lo Uo of Hi.,
gootl iilsaiuru. '
Mr. lies' her saltl there was an exterior Trot l
donco and an iiitsilur Provldonco. ( lirlai tauuht
Ilia disciples Hut Und trotild titko coo uf tliuui,
Just as bo took cam uf tho birds. Later un, lo.w
nver, lie taught ilu-nt thu doctrine of an Interior
I'ruvltlenco. Ilo said, "l will abide In ou."
1 Uo Aiiostlea developed this doctrine us scon In
tlio text. (Iotl wurkntl In nature to do. He
worked In man both to will nnd to do. Tli In
viaiblo life of tliu soul a something wonderful.
I he preacher, witu great eloqusnco and power,
show ed tho unlimited capabilities of man's mind,
and that tho luilalble Ufa of muuii was fur more
wonderful In Its activities than ids outside life,
the genius that onncelvedthebulldlugnusuioi
adiulrablo than the building Itaelf. flic ni) riud
Images and tliouhu uut of which tlio artist
aelccud hit plclur were fnr ntoro iiiiuvuIIouh
than the picture itself. A mother that reared
her sons at homo lu virtue, and lit last allowed
thsin lo tho world porfoct repiesuntiitives of
pure manhood uud pillars lu tlio church of Ood,
(lllKtTKIl THAN t'.VSAIt nil NAI'lll.VOX,
nr any oiitsld hero that ever iked. Sensation.
Iho unseen tUuct beat tho visible tli.ni alio
ectber. "I have recently," said Mr Ileecher,
" niailo acquaintance with sotuo unseen things.
I've beou looking Into tho laws ot boat, tlio
weather, vcgetittlun, and so forth, llurr thes
studies amaze me! And ct what nro all tho
operations of nature rnmpured with tho inollvo
nud formative powers of thosnulf My Its pro
cesses thn manhood wo possess Ls tiling onward
and upward every dnv, and humanity Is sivclllni;
with ti mighty upheaval towitid tllvlnlty. All
that vyo boo lu nature, all that wo see lu science,
nothing to this. Tho outside world Is not so
ig ns tlio Inside world here. (Touching Ids fnro
liitad.) This Inside world Is tho limn; tlio out
slilo iiinn is only tho oyster shell. Ily and bv tho
flash of death will come, und the soul will Uy
with It retort to ami."
Mr. Iloecher then spoko un doubting the provl
delicti of (lod. Christ did not philosophic on
this doctrlno. He simply said, "Ood takes care
of the birds nnd the (lowers, nnd he'll tnko faro
of you," If they asked how, Ood was silent, Just
a though ho would any:
"WHAT' THAT TO YOU?"
It vyat nothing to them liowOodmnnnBed this
world, Suppose a man had a diaft to lake up,
lb bank elo.so at a o'clock. At half past 3 ho
ha not got a red cent. He rushe to a friend
aiiiI naya. " Isind I mo, to,(Xl." The frUnd says,
" Of course I will. Here It Is." Did they think
tho man would turn round nnd say, "rjlop, be
ore a Uke, th money I must know, wher yuu
got It." lijiMntll for men In Oils world of
aorrqw, trial, ul aln to hare faith In A l'rovl.
dcuee, IJut for that lb. bal.inp'ii btarbi would
erunibln beneath tlielr burdens, and hope vevmld
bn rrushetl Into the ilut. Mr. Ileecher closed
hi discourse by urging men to seek to pufiry
their lives, tn east nsltle cArthly nffertlons. to
drive sensual thouubts from their hearts, nnd si)
leave room for (lod to work lu them, to will and
to do of hi gootl pleasure.
AW IMVITATION TO COMMI'KU.
Mr. Ileecher then Invited members of other
churches present, and slithers who were willing
lo ronouiioH ihelr vlleness, to remain nnd com
mune) with the church.
Mr. Ileecher rend, with fine elocution, n largo
part of his senium. At Intervals, however, he
broko lotsso front bis manuscript, nnd poured
forth a flood uf elotpteticfl Hint wns overwhelm
ing. Then the platform seemetl too small for
lilm, nod as he teased, his audience, released
from the spell that bound them, swnred like
thn forest tree before thn wind. When tlio ser
vice was over Ibfl ciiilltled faces of old Attend
nnl and the approving comments of visitors
shoneil Ihe effect Hint Mr. Ilcct'licr' brilliant
effort had produced.
Mr. Ilreeliur'n rserntoA I.nst Rvenlns:.
Plymouth Clmrch wr.upnln filled In the
evening, (jnllo onn-tlilrd of the audience were
young men from elchteen to tweiitr-nve. Pre
cisely at half past seven Mr. Ileecher entered,
walked quickly up tho aisle, skipped up tint few
steps to tho platform, threw Ids hat under the
table, ssf down, and released himself from his
cloak. Several notes wero Ijing on the table,
nnd he read them carefully while thn overturn
wns belli: performed. Ilo replaced them on the
table, nntl gave out hymn 1,119, After the sing
ing he read from the eleventh chapter of Kcele
slsstes, beginning with tlie veiso:
" But If man llvn many years nd rejelee In them sll,
yet 1st tctii reineinher the itayt nf larauetii fur tliey
thall he many. All that ruir.elh la vault.''
And ending with :
" Fur Clod shall hrln-erery worV Into Judu'rtnt aril!
everv aecrel thing, whether it be good, or whether it he
a UEAimruL phaykii.
Tho reading nf tlie Scripture lielng ended,
Mr. Ileecher said, " U't ns Join In prayer." The
prayer was remarkable fnr Its sympllctty nntl
earnestness. It seemed like the utterance of a
child, lie supplicated the Divine mercy fur all
men. As ho prated for the "young men
and maidens," his voice mellowed down
Into Infinite sweetness, vvaverlnir at from
emotion, and rippling away In a whis
per. Then he besought the Divine mercy
And succor for men who had to struggle with
the world aud Its cares. He spoko uf Ood'
fulthtulncss and love, and In a guih of impas
sioned patho lis said i "Thou hast been faith
ful to our fathers and bast watched over tholr
house. lie tlioti the stay of their children, their
support In tlie day of sorrow, and enable them
to say, This Ood In our God; He shall bo our
guide even unto death I"
At the close of tho pntyerhymti KM wa siine,
and Mr. Ileecher gave out his text from Human,
llth clinpler und.'ith verse!
I.tt e vary man be fully penuadril in hla own mind
This sentiment, Mr. Ileecher said, had several
equivalent expressions which had become pro
verbs. Ono of these equivalents wast tlio com
mon saying. " lie true lu yourself." fume men
wer sunk In stupor, living In servile, base con
formity to ihe bad customs and usages of socie
ty. They had no Ufa separata from prejudice
audatupld fo nun las. V'bci you said lo sut-TV
He true to yourselre," you meant " Wake up.
Don't follow the maxims of ncomiiitinltv. Don't
suppress the energy for a better life that is
In you." tied liad never innde two men Alike.
These differences wero tint glory of the man.
Without them society would become stale, and
tisralyred, and morbid, and un lets. Men should
ifl true to tlie spirit of procress that Is In them,
and aliak themselves trom the had trammels of
A COnllinT COMMt'MITY.
Tlds being true tn olio's self, huwevcr, was at
tended by tlaiieer. They must not become vain
untl conceited, and set tbclr Judgment above
and be) olid ulbsrs. Tliov are to bo true, sincere,
energetic lu bringing out tho cood that Is In
tbeui Ui spit uf the evil that Is about
them. Man mutt bavo a self. Hut
they must understand that man baa a
devilish self as well as a divine self, 'i'liny inu.t
take caro which of tliete they are true to. Men
are born with annual natures. All Inherit this.
The sauie iiuallties nre found In men us lu ani
mals. You tee tho cunning of the fox,
tin, ferocity uf the wolf, the aggression
uf tho tiger, reproduced in men. No
nun tan a3"i-il to bo true to him
self in nn itulmal sense. Can ynu say to
the glutton, "Ho true to yourself V" Why, thn
curse Is that he Is too true tn Ids abominable
appetite, ('un vmi say to the mitt r, " Ilo true
to yourself)" For years he has been true to
himself, hoarding up gold for the mere lore uf
it, fancy lngth.it all
(.HUB VNIVUISU WIS (I.M.V III MM, UUOL'Ml,
and ho the only centre. Canyon say to the in:
gressor. the tyrant, " lie true lo yourself)" Ills
being Inn' to bis animal nature has been bis
own condemnation, and others' misery. Some
men. If tlie) tvcie true to themselves, would be
peacocks. Other men. If they wero trim to
themselves, would be moiikevt. anil ethers
as'.illi would bo swine, and some would be always
wnlhitv un' ill blood.
N.ithiiig will Justlfv a man's being true to his
animal intnre. This lower self be must l.lml.
gug. hold in hsrness. cruelty. It It the Divine
self he must be true to. Then bis thoiiKlits.seu
atJon, affeetl. his, moral being, will be brought
uut. led up. He "ill Lecome honorable, mag
nanimous. He will become eniisi'lotia of tlie in
visible world, and then Ood comes in, and heaven
tut. liELnmi's Anvirt to vocxr. mum.
Young Pteti must hi true tothei", elves by cul
tivating honor. If be had his wy. be wniil.l
make u b.illi ef the kiiitb i lispiei of 1st L'orln
tbl.iiK. and put every young man turoiigh it
Then lie w.u.ld come out n Christian gentleman
-the highest stjle of man. He wouhl say, " Do
as Paul sas." Don't follow the stupid maxim,
" Do In ltuiiio as tho Itouiutis do." That nivalis,
among foxes, be a fov; allium; swine,
be n bog; milling wolves, bo n wolf:
among rats, bo a ml. Let llicin be
true to themselves, their better selves,
lu the btcu of ridicule. If you've been educated
tu play cards, uliy. then, play tliom. It yuu'vo
bcun educated to dance, why, then dance. Uut
If your conscience say these things are wrung,
don't do them.
lln trim a a man, and take for your pattern
Clitist Jesus. Look a a.) from your luwer self
to Ood, aud so "beholding, as In a glass, tint
glory uf tho Lord, you shall bo changed from
glory to glory, ev u ru bv the spirit of the Lord."
Mr lb ei her was listened to with breathless
attention. Ho was appiuently lu excellent
spirits and full of fire. He chatted, he Joked, bo
mimicked, be pound forth fetvld eloqucuce,
and bad Ids audience at his feet from first to
last. The servlco was closed with a rousing
liyiiiu and tho benediction.
TIIK HOMVS II HO K KltS IX J. ill..
Wouilhull, (Tallin A Company Arrealed A
( hal art ci lallc Letter la t It cm from Oeoian
I'l uucls Trnlu.
At noon on Saturday Mrs. Victoria C.
Wnmlliiill and Tennle C Clatllti tveru ariettetl
by Deputy I'niled States Marshals, near their
brokerage ufllce, IS Hroad street, un at barge of
circulating obsceno literature through the mulls,
the publication In question being known its
II isnliull A t'kvtfn'a 11 tiJtly. Thoy were taken
before CoiiunUrluner Osburu. and after tome
argument between tlielr counsul, Judge J. D.
Ileyuicrt. and the United States Dlttrlct Attor
ney, bail was llxed ot Js.fW. As they were un
able to give ball they were taken lo Ludlow
In the mean 1 1 lit as Mr. Luther C. Challls went
before J usticr Fowler uud atked for tho arrest
ot Mrs. Woodliull, Miss Clatllii, und Col. Illood
tor libel, and Wllllum A. Smith, prlnttr, nud
William Denyie, ttcreotyper. as accomplices.
Warrants for their arrest were granted. Col.
Illood and Mr. Smith wero arrested nnd commit,
tsd. Mr. Smith wna yesterday released on t.Vkv)
ball. Chaiinecy Miles, Mrs. Yt oiidliull' nephew,
ami a colored boy were nlso ai rested as ncciiin.
pllces, and tent to Ludlow street Jail. Deutso
was nut of the city.
Mr. Oeorgo Francis Train sent a note to Mrs,
Woodliull and Mis Clafllu un Saturday evoiilng,
offerlnf to becoiuo their boiuUiuan, but they
doillned Ills offer. During the evening they
wero visited by many of their filends und ie.
latlont. They are cnnlliieil lu cell .No. 11, on tho
second floor of the tall. Tho cell Is very scantily
furnished. Yesterday they received but few
visitors, their coiiuaol, niotbsr and father, Mr.
Meorgo Francis Train, and n few friends. Thoy
seemed very cheerful, and thought that they
would bu acquitted of the charge brought
against them. Mr. Trulu sent them the follow,
lug ihaiacteiistic letter ;
Sr. No nous llortt.. i
, , ,., , huudov Homing, Nv i t
Mil. 11 t'Vl.i C. HtWiflu.lumf Jt tult i. Ij,.,
ec so ttt t ,(.
Stand hy juurguua, Nothing It libellous improved
Tim greater the Iriiih lbs greater the llhel la not Aiuer
etu law. Neliht r Is thera n) muig ohtreiie In Iho paper
luspriided. Iholaiiguags la grand I lie I nil lit roun
clairil eternal. Hut bud no right to iirn ti iou, and
oie tlabli; to heavy damages. No right tustuplho paper,
and will have tn pa) handaoiucly for the outrage. Tliu
tuhtldlsed iirctt nf New ork (hint ty two ncwipapert.
sen ptliig five nillllom of litith money. must nsrn aeeiite
vouuf hlaekinallliigli would crush vou to cater lo a
hvpocrttlcal rellgioua aeutlinsnt If ihe dared. A
I liritllan government may hong Mra. surrstt, hut an
liiudel eliy shall not murder you. Hie JliiolU and
Ulaochs, fray uuil bscetheart will howl at lour Ian.
gunge, whllo Iho caiea ot lllsbon lludrrdont, Ulihob
At err. yeara ago, or recently Dr. Thompson of IluBlilo,
Itey Unbbiton, and llev. Iludton of llallliniiru, whutii
nithy details araiiilnulely reported in tn blackguard
pressor America, do not, it apinara, come wllliln the
law ol obirtnf llirrstur any more llitu thtir dlsgutt.
lug itiack uiedlclua advirUslmtuta.
Hun I he ofratd. The tllrnt syttmi la their games.
tV0., ''..'iV.T0 "ra" 0S..rfuf- rsoelcly villi" mike
1 "'."nf.0 n you. Tiny may give the lie ill-
reel, lllion perhapt among Ihe reti. llld not lleeiber
hliiuelf go bark on tlie lllenardson marriage VV bat If
th!h?"1li,r',rV0.,Jue ' .''Vl'rr thrutlaii thuuld Hand bv
iSl.Ill, troUJ'.r' lcl ,n! Prsvart como tigtlbtr
puc7l 11,0 repetitsnce of the paator. who can
hui?ihrth''u P""" " tbrltlaln faith by falling
evrry I l.rnlUn broir rr and titter tuusl aUnd hi Ueeefe
M. r dvwn nut t Uie Church, II risbt like uum 'teHS.it
winvetsm eut" the brighter from the ernelhte. tv In
eltlssr esse, von have ilono grand tervlee to Christlvi.
llr, sad rnoAnow prove youwlf game. As you decline
my ball. aept my belief that for once you have cot
IKKleO'inest lnaslecltrap. Ueo. manna Tin .
Thai Hrnntbil lo bo Ignored Conversation
Willi llenrnll Hudson, oT I'ltiuuuth ( hutch.
V-em l Atonhy Mtnuri.
I Iteiiortr I want to know how Hrotlier
needier takea this WoodtiUlt affair.
Deacon llutlsoii lto ain't going tosay nny
Iblng about It. He's going to cut tho whole
thing and let It go.
Detenu lludmin-'Ycs. I saw him to-day and
ho said he Intended lo take no nollen of It.
Doiteon Hudson aiitlod to this thai nn matter
how many i:lroumslancn Mrs. Woodliull ad
duced In support of her charges, Mr. llooehcr
would refuse to take any notice! of thorn.
Iteporter Hut, Denron Hudson, will Mr.
Iloerher not tako the trouble lo refuto three
elinruos when they are made clrinimstiiiitbilly 1
Deacon Hudson No, I don't think brother
lleerlier will tako the trouble. Vim mo wo
know lilm, and wn don't nroposn to Uko uny
tlilng that n wtminn like Woodliull says against
him. 1 Itnow Victoria Wootlliull ns well ns
Ilrotlior lleeohsr does, and sho never told me
nnytlilng nbonl It. I think It Is blackmail. 81.0
wnntnd 111 in to preside at Hint fret) love meeting
nntl ho wouliln t, so sho cum down on this 'I II
tonthlnr. ... .
Itepoiiur Well, Ilrotlicr Hudson, do the
I'lyinoiilli Church Uoik Intend lo stund by Mr
Deacon II urtv.ott Of course we do. We know
him, nnd wo will auppoit him.
lteirler Then tlio congregation won't take
the case up)
Deacon Iltidson Not a bit of It.
ooi.n t.v irttHTVii krtku.
Untold Wonlth Near Ilaslliits fiirihrr T.x
MinlAnf.oii of llie A Hrllernsi Deposlm Dts
covered by Or, lte
ITto dlsoovcry of gold nnd silver In lnrpo
quantities end of a superior quality lu West
chester county, near Hattlngs, ns published ex
clusively in Tilts Sun on F.iday, In no longer
speculation. That gold hits beu Actually dis
covered, and Hint mining Is to hit begun within
u few days, perhaps tr-day, can be proved by
nny one who will tike the troublo to visit the
Although gold waa first discovered In July last
by Mr. Q. D. Davis uf Jersey City, In thn sha
uf A largo pleco nf quarts, whllo walking over
the Palisades with Dr. J. II. Kae, the discovery
was kept secret until a fow days ugu. Dr. Hao
had his reputation At stake, nnd would not
Allow the report logo forth until he had proved
beyond all manner of cunlroversy that gold actu
ally does exist In the mountain. Dr. itao Is
too uld aiul experienced a miner und cbemlt tn
a'low Any tricksters to deceive hlin by diopplug
quart srnuud for him to pick up.
A HUM reporter ha spout several days In test
ing the actual oxlatenco of gold. He lint ex
ntnlnod tlie crushing mill, tho washing and u.
tajlng apparatuses, has seen the gold wssbed
out of the ground quartz, and has teen the pro
duct totted In boiling nitric acid. Ur. Itao has
mode Qlty-sU fire assays of tlio gold obtained
from an equal number of specimens. With Dr.
Uce the reporter Wa luiuu'tly nxunlrotStbe Kite
"ul the initio.
He saw quartz embedded In rocks weighing
hundreds of tons. Saw pieces hroken from these
quartz stones, and plainly saw the glistening
treasure in the broken pieces. The vein ha
bestn traced about o-IDO feet by the quartz which
adheres tn these mountains ot stone Com
pnratlvely few loos pieces of oiuu-U lute been
found. The richest spvliueiitliave been broken
from these stones,
Mr. Hiipke, the owner of the land, wns uncon
scious of the treasure that lit proierty con
tained until Mr. Davis, the discoverer, had,
tinder the law of the state, which gives tlio dis
cover Hint right, obtained his preemption title
to Iho land for twenty-one years, 'therefore,
lb land Is out of Mr. Ilopke's poaae. on, and
he could not dlsp 10 uf It, should he s i desire,
to any one with the expectation that Hie por
ther should be benefited by tho discover.
Neither ran Mr. Davis sell tlie land. Hence
the story started by some incredulous persons
Hint Ihe cry of "gold" bail been r.dsed to make
tho land salable falls to Hie ground. A rich mine
of gold Is them, and the gentlemen who have
iHidertakuii th work wilt 1 rovo to thn world
that thev have strm k an l.blorailo. Since tlio
disc. .very of the prorPu me'iil In Westchester
county, Dr. Ilae has tested sonio "float" specimen-of
quartz wbli 11 be iritncred lu ihaiic
(in Saturday the Doctor niinounced Hint from
some of the specimens th'.:s obtitlned ho had
found traces ol gold, and behoves that Orange
county also contains gold ilcjmil;. liu: from
tests already maUo be thinks the V.VaUhestur
It is 11 source of surprise to manytli.it gold
could hare been found, qiiartz mills ereeted. and
all the refining paraphernalia made r.ud, with
out the secret having leaked out. Dr. Itao had
previously based the large tnurble-crushlug mill
of Mr. Davis, and at ont o began crushing marble
forrheinlcnl purposes, lielng it chemist, 111c
ebanlc, and Inventor, Ihe do. tor built the mn
chlnery and put It up himself without attract, ng
the nlteiitluu nf any one, none of Ids workmen
knowlngtliat Hie machinery was Inlondtil for
any olher purpose Ulan the 1 rushing of marble.
The secret having been kept so s leecsafullv, tho
quidnuncs look Itnow lug slid shake Ihelr beads
when they re. id that .1 gold mine exists within
half .tu hour of New York which an be w .rkrtt
with four time the profit uf some ol the unties
in ( allforni t.
r.iriiKit 111 iiki: .i.n rnorni:
A Heeling of ihe .VIom Inline mini sosi ef Ire
laud llr. Froutle tu be A imtt red.
A meeting of iiilliientlal Irish mid other
Catholic eltUen was held on Saturday evening
at tho Di mlidcan Convent. Slxty-Ilftn street, to
uiuko dctltiltu arrangements for the formal
answer by Father Tula Hurko to tho series of
Anglo-Irish lectures delivered by Mr. Froude.
Soiao scventy-Ove of our leading citizen were
present, and the Interchange of views and sug
gestions resulted In the adoption of etteetlvo
measure to have Father llarke's statement of
"the Irish caae" placed before the American
public In a manner commensurate with the bn
poitanco of the Issue. It tvns announced that
the Academy ef Music had bocn ciu-'agrd for the
ovcnlugs of Nov.lU, II, l'.i, -1. and Si for Hie lec
tures, The course will consist of tlvo lectures
under the same bead, as Mr 1'ruutle's, namely.
1. " Ireland under tlio Tudor ;" 2. " Ireland un
der the Slu.irU;" 3. "Ireland nud tho Cruii.tvel
llati Invasion; 4. "The Kraof Parliamentary In
delMjiidentei" 5. " Ireland slue.! tint l'id.,11. '
About 1(1 o'clo, k Father Hurke cutcicd.
After the objects of the t lectiug had bem ex
plained to him he said;
llr Una l'tilr.vi a : I have hurried home to-night to
unit oii and eipresaiuy ttunka for your loyal, spirlitd,
ami patriotic divot. 011. II ittiratue. tul dots u. : sur
prise me Not only hat pour Inland becu put tipen
t rial before Ainer ea. hut vour own honor, ehsrteier.
an I position at (itUcnsof it self gorrrnli g common
wealth seriously tnsoived. Our Ann rieaii trlimu a ill
eertaluly hear our side of this great iiui'stinn. tt eetus
to tiave fallen to my h-t to prestui 11 11 is a distinct), u
I fllllt realle. A gel rr.ills land under f..tri,-ii rule Ilea
hieetUng iH-fore us. A toiee freiti He' usiion tluu rules
her cnin, s t,, ns tu juiittlesilan of her 1 undtnaa nsd 'n r
tresiimnt. Ib-r loiter) hsr character, and her li.n ur
are impeached, lie it mine. ..it liiimlile sen of our I-tin,
to speak lo )our great American pt epic tlie story of my
motherland. lApptauic I .My cuMgeincutt inolhtr
flelils tuve to to nostpuuid, aud ntt taAary relaalti u
from heavy lahort denied me, tint the gravity and Im
portance vf that case leave no ehclee. 1 will then try
and do my part In a proper manner toward the vindica
tion of our native tountr;. the gciitleuiaii who has
pi - aenleil Ihe rnglbh case has bem frank and cour
teous. Ihctsteui Ireland will also be prt-stulisl wlih
com let) and with frankuisa. Your prrieuce here, geu-thiiit-n,
protvi itiat the tnteltigenen and euliure. at
will as Ihe 1 .truest, ticurst niasst a of oar liu unable and
heroic race, are deeply Interested In llila Issue. thank
)ou for your eordlurseiiiltii.uts and sliull Ive raieerl
calansHira lo Mr. 1'ioude't lectures accordiug lu the
arrang. uietitsyuu nuke. iLoud applause.,
Father Hurkn thou warmly shook luiiiilt with
each of Ids visitors, und tliu conference was adjourned.
(il itiillain Depleted.
Vnm (,',eiifa II. I'milrivn'i iptukul Hi I m o ,tjS,
This AiliuitiUtnitioii iiusduiio inoie than
all olliurs that have preceded to ib bunch thu
public morals and degrado the public service,
lieu. Orant hlmsvlf lias received valuable pres
ent In luoiie) lu laud. In bouses, lu burse. In
books, from uplrauts for high political otrite,
and bo has afterwaul appointed these same nu ll
to these ufllce. It Is not uctcsaury for me to
Impugn Ids motile in doing It ; 1 so.) ho hit
Oen. Orunt ha appointed more of bis friends
to liUh office, ins ralntlun and family conuee
Hons to high ofllcc. than all tho other President
uf tho Culled St ale put together.
Oen. Orunt hits suiroiinilcti himself with a set
of lullltar) ,'ei rvtailos, ag.dust law ami without
law, in Washington nud out of Wiuhiugiou, and
Willi sycophantic- adherents whoso Interference
with appointment to olllce and lu thogiviim
out of olll. e Is u scandal and n byword to our
Ooveriiiuout over) where. Alipl.tiiso,
Yes. guntleuieii, and tboiigli I blush to sny
that It Is true, Oeu. Or.mt Ills ndinlnlsiercd
Ills great officii of I'lerldeut of tho Fnltsd Mutes
as If It were hit own personal property, its If it
were earned by hit labors and excitluns or ills
merit, u If It wero to bo tued for Ids own
apodal benefit Mid tho benefit of bU frlinds.
Hut neither his political adversaries nor tlio poo
ld; at largo Imvo a volco In Its administration.
Well now, gentlemen, tho result of such con
duet us thut uf the bead of U10 Ouvuruineiit has
produced every whore Its logltluiuto fruits. Cor
ruption l lu bo found In every department of
the publlu service ; defalcations are as constant,
as frequent, ns flagrant as it Is possible to lie ;
neglect of duty has been made universal by tho
example of thu President.
Snllsflrd Ibal indebtedness.
To iht nuior or Tlu Sun.
8111; A your paper, tn common with most
pttiura, made mention of s deficit In Ihe accounts of our
lata berretary, llr. Ilaywsrd, will yon du hlni lha los
tic to isy thai b ha aatlaCed that Indahledussa.
Your, J. V, ilaaaiorv, Prualdent.
Tiim FtuauMTi UscmsNCA Cov, Ksr York. Nut. I,
RTltEIlT Tit A V JU. 11 Y HTliAH.
A Dnnimr lo be put on Hie llleeeker Htreet
I.lne To-Ilny-A Tesl vthlch, If Hiiecetful,
illiist Convince llie Public,
Notwltlistiuiilltig tlio use of dummy en
gine on the city railroads Is doomed by most I
railroad men Impracticable, It now seems that
they may bo put In operation. H ltcmlngton e
Son of Illun, N. Y.. nro the nwimniiil a street
dummy which will prvibsbly lies tried to-day
on the nieecker street road. Tho dummy was
brought tn this rlty yesterday, nntl Is at tlio Not
York Ceutrnl nnd Itiiduon Itlvcr ltnllrontl frelibt
tlepot. In Appearance It I Umutt exactly simllu
to the ordinary Htephcii"on street cur. Ths
inotlvo power I a Haxtcr engine of twinty-ttic.
hoise tiiiwcr, wlih an uinluht tubular b. iicrol
n nominal power nf eight bcrses, and a catnrlt
of working up to tweuty-linrso pttwor wlthcut !
drauclit. Tho englnti Isdlrcctartltig.theintnoed
alocoibollve, Hard eoal Is used, without "nickei
nnd twtv Intiidred pound BiiluVe to get stsati
nnd run trrelvs honrn. 'thu firing ami stoking;
nro Inleioled lu bo done at oab end of C 0 rond,
Tho eng.no and machinery nro nil hi one end rt
the cur. taklm-up no greaterspaeo than in ikvii.
pl'd by one platform. Thu en may Is ran lor.
waiiI or backward equally wall, though ' Is lis
tended lo bo run forward oitr, a, to ennhlsj
Die fiigiti "er to bonlvviiyu lu flout.
Tlilsi i'i bus been run tt, t weeks ond-M,.
hnwk And lllon road, n mile nntl 11 half, and 1st
said to have given satisfaction. Tho llni" tablo
oil Hint read reitllred It lo bo run nil he 1 ate ot
twelve mile an hour. Some gentl-m ie,in
neit ed with Ihe Sixth Avenue llsllic.nl Listi
wsek viewed tblsrjrnt lllon. No definite nctlnri
seoins to bnvo Lccn taken by them, f i ilmcu-
3 me 1st lie placeil on tl.c llleeeker street road,
oublbs on account nfu derlre on tin part of
tho Itenilngtoiis to tank" the experiment, If It
succeeds, a more ronvlte big one, us the Iilect k.
er street Is tho mott lie uutulnotia aril b tucji
of nil the loads extant. 1 li" engine wau brntight
here In charge of Mr. t..i-tlier Wilkin n, en
glnncr, who yestcrdav ivitlo tiver tho llleeeker
st.ect read, looked ntthe ninuv sharp curves and
prrelpltoiis hills, nnd unlovely at llie hl'ls and
dales In Hm street, and expressed hh belief
tint the steam enrcoitln run on thn rond. Mr J.
S. Thomas, masior uieclianlc of tho llciulrigtun
1 works, under whoso direction the rxperlmenta
ln this city will bo made. Is expected 10 nrrtrcj
here this morning. The cost of these cars Ig
about f (,0m) each. .
Oulv Three Mora Kiinnlng Car llann Tovrr
eslcrrlai'-Tslnl Ccssiillon In ItrooMyu
New itml Alnrmlug biiiiniM,
Most of tlie car lioises rested yesterday,
and the travelling public were more seriously
Inconvenienced than on any other day. Thu
companies generally Intended to put on a few
curs, but the morning wns unpleasant, n drir
rlltig rain wns falling, slid the north wind wne
blowing cold. The horses exhibited more atr
crAVattd synil'touis, olid It vva.v thought beat tn
keep tlicm In tho strJilos. The Second avenue.
Third avenue and I'ortj-.ei ond street, fitlti
Hvetiup. Seventh nvemio and llruatlwny, nrlti
line, ami Last tlroadway and Avenuo C ears did.
not make a trip.
The Third Avenue lino run car at biiiii Inter
vals bea-wned IlaiNim aurmftli striXt. 'Hiocarei
were dratni by four bursts. There has bewu niv
material cbunge In the condition ot tlie dlscnsicdt
animals In the Third avenue stables. One bun.
dredcorasro to be run to-tlay. The llleeeker
Street Company put on one-lull the Usual aura's
bcr nf cars. More are to be added to-doy.
Tho l.lghth Avenuo Company run one-third
their usual number of cars. The Fourth aveuiia
Hue put on fourteen cars between the City Halt
und the Orand Central depot.
Many coses of relapse wero noted jesterday,
Tlie horses trembled violently, their legtt
swelled, their throats wero ulcerated, mid tint
discbarge from tho nostrils was tinged with,
blood. There wero about twenty cases nf death,
reported. Tlio companies are lo tlx. ease tlio
number of car this morning.
Nn cars wbutever wero run In 1 book!) 11 yestsr
Ilott 11 Truly (innil VI1111 Defends Ida Hoar
In Cliii lninitl.
JV0111 lAe Hurt. 1 mi litnumr.
A few days aco an Augrloved Party, hva
fiet nit. o Inches In height, called at the (.'iiufo
oRici for satisfaction. He was directed to Uut
desk of that truly good man Deacon IbtaVutl
Smith. Deacon Smith was In an unusually ba4
mood. Ilo lint! eaten some ham fur breakfast,
and had Just learned that one of his partners
bail insulted a clergyman who bud called to so-.
Hi It uld fur completing the steeple of 11 Presby
terian church. Aggrieved Party remarked that,
the imifttc oa u newspaper WAVii't worth 11 tl 11,
and he'd kill a daughter of his who would wear
It for 11 weekday btisile. Deacon Smith loan
from his chair, drew himself up to bis full licit Ut
and strm k the nrTeusiiu 111. 111 on the ton ot thu
bead with his clenched fist. The man pake net
it word, but walked feebly uway.and he c.iuldu'f;
get bis boots off for fortv-cl.'bt hours.
Heeor Itabcanit In rsaiuervllfe.
rrrrsspondeneeof Th Sun.
SotmtviLLE. Nov. 1. Oeorgo Jt. IsCho
son, the notorious minister of lUvs.se-1 . vvlilla
waiting for the P o'clo' I, tritln at the depot In
Seiucivillo 011 Friday evening, discovered what
the opinion of hlin 1 lu t It .at county. Alt cuthus
slastle supporter of tne llfe-I'resldcie y rsndl-.
date under tlie Influence of gin. planted himself
In the middle of the floor, and taking cure to
keep his balance, exclaimed, " I propo-o tvei
make three ehears for Secretiu-y ll.,luvs ,n."
b. hip." "Ah," snld some one In the cur
lier, and lb" Minister's chops fell.
Ibibesnn has been singularly linfurluiisiei
dtirin? bis visit in Oils place. Iinmeil utnly 011
bis arrival lie wns taken In tow by "Ctill llnrea-.
Intv. a Trenton lobbyist ami oflleelinhior untler
Oraiit. lie -poko this ufierii'ion to nn uiidlvni'O
of itbout 'M souls. No converts 111 tide.
II. (. I.1NAI1R11IIV.
The t'uiiipslg lor IS7I! Already Op ued.
I'i out lit L'H.ou ;.!.
(Sen (Stunt Is taking time liv tlio f leek;
Ibis ymr. With an enterprise which. If n plied tu
national ss well nt personal interesls.wo .hi be ot
great ndvantuze tn the intry, lie aniiininren
himself a a rundldste fornnotlier reelection lot
lite Presidency In lT. Thus Is the wont of tbej
prophet Phillips fulfilled, sml the delimit pro-,
gramme of operutions, wlih b recently euiitnateit
from Washington, aud which premised h eon-.
tlnuntloii of the present Administration " with
out Interruption," lieeoiius endued with n genu
ine flavor of authority.
r.xpli.s'.ou nf n Cargo of Napliilui nt S-t.
Thoinns T'vo Vcsst 1 DestrnyeH.
St. Thomas, Nov. 1. -Tim ship S. T. liolhroek;
left New York for Antwerp on S pi. 17, with , iu go i
usphtha. she met with teuipesluout weather andoii
Oct. HI put Into thli port fur repairs. Here sho wan
condemned, it having been ti-ertalned Uut she wt foot
much damaged to admit of renslr. Thocvt Un char
ten d th-' schooner t'tara I. an b tn take lis'tn'ool
naphtha 10 Antwerp, and yet. islvy It was b .z tpina
frrred lotliat vessel. List nlziit th" whole o-itn tu
arutised hv a trcnii-ndouat-apl.isloii, follows 1 a lurid
tunic, whl. h shot up into fie sky. Has was . icieeilt-d
by a d.Tt - amuke. tt Inch spread over the 1 e. :i..tu,
and tvru extended np tuio the monntatnt whl. h sur
round t 1 he altn-i wat general, and it se. i:--l ss if
th- ulioh population was running dowti tie, 10I tbd
bat to learn Ihe eauae ef the explosion, b was smut
ascertained lii.il tlia cargo of titpulha tn tlie li,ubrio
and liar I.JUiti hid uplmleil, aud thai b 1., te.t.l
w ere on Sre,
Nnttiliigi'MUld be done to save the bnrnliv spa an. I
tin- nri men ittncp dihi-lri uerlesio prett m1 a ' . s, r,-sd
of rite itjne a 10 the adlnt-nt shipping anu ten .lois.
In II. h tl..-tr were succcatbil. This inaruln iherc was
lielhln.' lift of the vessels bin tlie bloi k hi '- wnu
rese ahoti- the surface i,t tilt-water little ue.r- I'l UI4
foot, llie) will he towed "lit ef Hie ttarlt ,r ml -It
It 1 ot htlleved thai one human Itfe w e , - : . t,
though U .a n t luipnb.hi 1 mi tone ! ' ..siaii
vvcie 01 board the velvets at tne time. Had Uie eieio
slon ocetned while work w as going on Ihe loss of mil
would have been appalling. .. .
C II Ttumhiillot New York la the agent nf He lb !
hruoK aud Usnt llrea.of Sew York Ihe rensig-ieiw nt
thnargo. ine latter was Intured tn the Anaair u
tua! ytailin Insurance Compsuy of New crk.
K rln's .Indus.
V 'V 'MMc of TU .Sun.
Sin : In this day's issue of Tnr Si'.v appears a
1'ltir tigneil " S," itjlnglhit the lufiuieiis 1. :iu.ir,
lie) Holds, w a " couuectluit of llie tlrrihll.it (ainUr."
Allow me to state that tblt asset lion Is not true
of the (lerahilnet ever betrayed Ireland, Mine nel
Hie duty of giving a defence of that glorlon. ' irn' y.
seven of whom were nehiaded lu one day 011 Twr
lllll, l.cudnn ; aid mainly on account of tin" r ,t'itii
nicnt to Krln. I will not lefer 10 - -liken liianet'
whose portrait a to hen-en In the must puMn 1 srt '
the Doks of l.ttnaier'a mansion at I. urteii. 1 -nii.ty nil
dare, at also thai of Lord l.dward.
Having lived at lluullu Irom lnMlo June 1-" I
qtlciitly talked with Mrsuus w Ins wer. nam ' I sail
lue VS ill it I s innvriiieiits. 1 s'o d In the h- - ' ' "rr
bridge si reel, llub'lu, lu wliiih lived Itrytoiii- ' '"" '
ai lutti ti.cr-liani,and in that Inisl'i' ss tl, iik- .rata
engaged whsn he 1 came acquainted Willi se - -fin's
of the itat. ami amiuig otiiera with Lord Idw r,l. wso
having formed a great wish fur vnung II-tn-Mlltifull
his fatlier, tlm Puke ,.f l.eliuter. Ie '!' "'I
110 .la a farm if thu heat Itnd In Kildsnt. w, 1 a? J
tear, ul .1 iiouiinil rent, by that meint he tv n 1 hits
Pin oppnrlll -ity of having lli-yuolitl near hen my
ntihli, wlieu Lord Kdwardluid been matiirinir 'a pises,
used tu visit l.ady Mlgurald, und whll, uursuig u i in
knees Un, lufaul sou, would h am from tin iie'sptrI
lug mutlier all the plant and the wheiciil"u's uf .it!
beloved hiithtuil. , A
A line old Dublin lady w ho sheltered Lord I d i"J '.1
the guise of a French gotirue s for herd-n :M-r out
meall iii'iiut theailtlr r, nirshl ol I ini'i d is
year ul 1 lilcinro, Itlluol.. who rorme l) hi d witki't
lliblv .unit of UetuolUs'a .luiue, Uubliu, uie' i- " ' '
abuul the rbelllou, Yiurs. iii.tt.
A Oouil NuiiiliiAiIun.
lo l ,Mof of m Aim.
Sin Clulstopher Fine, U., a lavvyef nf
perlenceandnlilllt and hlrh'y reapecied cm'
the Tammany and Apollo Hall naniluattiin for is-tuihl
In the Thliit enth Piitrlet lit- tlrant Itet'iili'n t" jr
ponitnt la ( has, lllaeklo, I'usluin House weigh' r sa-i
carpet-bagger in ihe ward. Ins jsi-e.silunt ii.tvii 31 -ttuh
here and In Wishingu.ii as lo thru dm "e'Tj
Itlantueailorthepotltuiii, At Mr Hue It nu old rti" z
deul, and la cvtry way vi Uiv aud H'"tt4,? r
thouldbe eleclvtlby a large tnzlurlty, - l1ll"' j
!Th Mutual lUnaflt S it ugs lUuk. In -Vjal'"
builJltig.oflcliulalil tuta'. ti .0 O.cvllluli- '-