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f "YrrStir). NRW YOKK, TUDa'y, DECEMBER 9, 1873. PKICE TWO CENTS.'
j'AC'inC M'lWS FROM CUBA.
. ,...U, nrrulJcm-llnr PcrlnHtii Hint he
''no ;.l "Ilr.H '' 'Bn-ri.. Vh.lt . us
.".oner, lkmn,r,l to Clrulurgn.-TI.e
,. , fi the statement tlmt tho entlro
V '-t He has ' u"t tliat all will
.oac-aMy . wiUf-etotllr with
" , . d.fil.'iitty. llo now declare!
, , i , ,1 ". ii 'i I'1"""1 leMP llaTn"a or
I1 ,i ,. ... certtit.itheliBiidsofC.cn.Merelo,
""".. '. lab-. " arrled hy the lu"t
,, Spain. 'Ilia fielltitfof the people
I'm',',' quieter, and no disturbance Is up.
, ! m ii.nltlon to rtMiit'lr with tlie
1 ( t'c I Mill" Government and tin
t,'!." f ,1,0 Ircity will, tho Flitted Stales
i , r ,,., u-.l..ti lbee milng general.
.in viituiMi riuiM:tti.
Tt., ,, ..iu...u.l'tu b 5 nilnik'o ilf Cuba.
f (i, ii II ii r el. acting with "it j
, , , u levin.: he wosd hub right. til:. "il
' ,, ,,f tlni V.t .inlus prisoners n'lo.trd
! . ,,n"f-.r H.'ilitl'S,
. Lie It te'tisliilng irisoiicts
. i . . I . removed .irlii-liitfltutilh;
.' .',., , n set nt ilnci-ty. i.'iio of
'' " ,1,'r.nl Ii " heo-i engaged ft
' . , ,,( iin.Hnw rninont steamers, iiiij
,. i I .,l mii i.W". wen. "'ell ,,rc,,t!'''
mi I in n way "ii"'"','"!!, ,,v
, . VWi, . tli- l!a Hi reached I ieli
. ... .i. i.r .unced I v telegraph
, ,unv,l n.ili tlie t ri-..lior. 1 tio
i 1 ,i ,,.,i,.iv.l i.y oiiliTimr tho Im-
.1 i:iv ui and the prt.oii.-M
, , i, re the must have urrtved by
1 ' ' , i ,.- nir. KIN-MS AT f IMHIM.
. i riio f Mowing alespatch has
' '" , i,, -a Vie foiled statu Ursaier
I i .1 rl. ttii a hard pasisge
i in. iL It the uihwcst.wai
1 t i in run before It. w at
s 1 . aui li isl,) eutiipeia .1 lu put
' m Kati-as sml .1 untat k hsve not
i 1 1.. i .i m live T of ttic It-
' i .hit ri runou'd trum the
' . " "f V. ' itat and trie Mrltlsh
, . .i i 1'. .iiI.t. The llr.tuti gum
: J , . -. i f i .1 . . lis.
, . ,,. i , i i d from lluvntia vesterdnv for
i c,;' i ii p. resume cumtuatid ul tho
'Li-.tr I ' , ilttliotlt.
i j tollman .r llruhu's OlUrlnl Heporl ef tho
.1 imliilus Ouirncr.
L I W.l-u v .liis. Hit. S. Thu following U
i I tnjt. Ir. m a depiitoh sent to llfnr Aa
4 c - . I ('inmjnder llralU? tole-
c i'i' -0' rtuiry of tho Xavy froni llie
J . i-te., under data of Ky West,
. n ii wa raptureit Oct. 31 at 10
t .1 I , eighteen miles tfT Moratlt Voliit.
j , -..c flfliled l.y the Tornado
' t,. . . .nth of l ulu, and wan eliMPd by
ur. Klvo shots were fired to brine
i ,14 raptured under the American
i.r.ed Aiii-rK-im lut.ern. Sue had n
, , r in .la'iialru. Until venc-ls returned
I m i. d. I il,.i t.'irtlier In eighteen hour
u. !, '1 lie Vlrslnlu carried tho Span-
1 I. " . . d was In I'linricJ of a prlie crew. One
t , mi Ufty Ove persuiu er captured,
4 i' i"- ire et.ll nine.
1 c - tliiij of ttie offlfers and crew wu
t i't tlie ordert of the preTlom c ru
tin ii t t the ninal forces. lh thootlns of
i t t "iicera was done under tho order of
,. .i..nr.il do KodiH. lloth sentences
fc . ,. , ic.i by (Son. Ilurtlel. Only four were.
I n V. 4. Jhlrt-sevi.ti (('apt. Try mid
,r , .udeiliwere sliot on tho Ttti and twelve
,. . is '.u tho btn. Tbey were tried by a
! : i , , v .ml iiiiulne loutt martial. They were
it L-'tl tue'ity four hours before execution. .Vo
i mel f,ir defence was lUlowed, and the Consul
, t. ,t Into lined of the trill. No Interrocatlon
I, .. i rl oners was allowed. Durinif tho trial
,. i.f. I i) and tlie crew were kept on board the
They were then taKrn to Jail. Their
. . win read uml execute j the stmo morn
( n e trial wui extremely secret. After the
i ! , i. n tho I'nllcd ttutes Consul was
t,i iue Capt 'ry In Jail, and this was
ii i) tw Ii airs before the execution. The
:n.e 1 was placed at ttio door of tno I'on-
i ,t. I lie Captain and crew wore pa'slnc
t way to their execution.
' i es at .jiitiaj',) do Cuba are : The
U ! . - id at the entrance and some old
-a -k-, i Aiiilni: thirty irutis ten, eluht, and
ii t report, only elaht of which can be
i . . ijttella llatiei) ofllve slx-luch iruu ;
' i , . i. olio irun, westward of the entrance,
i.r, .o mile of wjIt battery, lllanco
I. ii I ur llfht cuns. One ship could
. i , ho ir nil tho irunboats, whllo an-
' c - ii.- the f..rt.
- I l)..!nln alluded to by Com-
n , ' i 1 1 , i. Uiai Issued ill Jul), lMJ, wlikh
I 'lu ullJ eoutalus the folljwliii
1 . mii ,n .f lO'llvPlmls for the iirrlee of
t n 'im, fi iii .re k'raie t aa Hut of coa
... . . ... ,. ! itetfa. ilei tdcdl; ho.il.s, Hie
... . .i. ir,H;i'ue si;ulast In such cod
i I Mliom the lricMtni rllcl re
f -,. jlfir.l pruf tu IhiI nl 'Tieir
1 i ni.l lit.. tTLattu u. J bales, tLe nhio
M I . . I.
ret J !,t " ,'.,lt,,n 1 111111. Threatened Owl
i , t .,i I II'h 1,'oei rDiuctit-
s. I),,-. Our tfiuiuieli iclu-
.-.l ii ,.ii as lerygrave to-day, moru
.in, h.n. e tbo selmrc of the Vlr-
eta . p cur to bo no doubt whatover
1st t v i t kits has tent in his resignation
t . I r In passports. Tho cable news
I' fr ... '; . ! ,i,ii,,un,liii; a Cabinet erlils there
P. i . , . n. e of C'jstelar's action In tho Vlr-
St.: . ..r. and ibe thro itcned overthrow of
Mtt tii, ' i i nt by thu excited people, Is uncon
... t--: , 1. 1 Is generally credHed In diplomatic
,Z i ir i,r. O ir iiutiiuriilea continue very
or" Ii ;l .i nt the aamu tlino admit lliat the
M t'.i, i r Hie surrender of the Vlrglnlus
Dts, . e i i i i,e npuiiMi (iovemmcut Is not the
1 Air uf the Cabinet said to-dar that tho
. . . u rn in nt Is placed In a very Inso
. ' n. ul..) that It it uiinertal.es to com
' " i . t. ninuf tho tirotncol and surren
0" ' ir.ihlus. It will be oMtrthrown. Our
1 1 'i. 'nl has firmly refused to allow any
Jno' ' 1 i i of the 1,. run nl the protocol, and
sat - ' i. u tho v-ict bh.ill bo Miri endured lis
iits I Thy It. Tim next fi rty-elcht hours
as ' "' ' "no wa' "r aii'.thor,
. ! nt iimee III otllelal qu .rters to talk
I iiitliipit'i d or actual roslL'iiatloii of
" ' - ki jiundlnu' the execiiilun of the
1 protocol, I lu re Is no doubt It was
any ii." nnsailifactort cudiict of .Mr.
" . 1 1,' ni'tjoihii mi, were coiisiiininaled
. '.. i I., i wit-ii So, retary 1-lsh u.ul Ad-
1 ' ln'ii. r-n kle-, belin; u retlreil officer
" " . i .1 1, dar of .'i.tii, wa ut liberty to
i. i, i.i,l, iilul In nii eptlni: 1 ho i. 111. e
or s - i to .p.iln In Ma, InA, bo has drawn
' ii . l,i) of tl-Vmu or bis service, but
. 1 . ' i ai in) ai-eouhl, as the law prohibits
1 ..f m iro than iiuii salary. On his
' ' is Minister ho will draw liU army
uw si.in. , n Pein e nnd I'repiil nllons fur
. " M.ToN, Dec. P. TlicStitto Daimrt-r-'''
- r' ' '. Its de'ilal of Saturday and yes-
jl'y lt 1 "vatd t.. lluueported despatches from
riud- V- i..iiif f ,r a chance In tho protocol,
fj-l" h " i i i - it inithoriiiia the ktatement that
oj 1 ii. ubt of tho prompt surrender of
' 0 ' - i i ut the proper lime. In the moan-
-r ) ' Itohion is hiirnlii! up his
1 ' ' ., w.ir. Ilew'is before tho Com-
' ' .' roiuMUi.jis of the Homo to-day
i r i, i, liiiu.o liato appropriation of
? ' ' ' r esir.ioidi ml) expeiidltures. Ho
' ' ,.ld want ilo or sovun inllllons
a.t. i ' ' ' .,r ti' im ncut on III the sauio scale,
3 f'1 - ' thu flvo millions rliiht away work
!,"'' and other war ves-els would ston,
'I ,iiee dire, ted biiii to brim his ex-
, f, '"' uml lonlrails for material, Ac, In
J1'"1 ' n. now, when ii hearlht' would bo
jad. Si," ! After ho Is heard tho committee
i,."'''" 'h tho Stale Department for all the
, "' on tin peiiilliur nciiotlatlons which
.'i,''' ' " loMsi.tiiit with tho public cood.
' - ''" ! ar of tho Navy sa)s tliat ho lias rn-
, ons "u h nj Mhauner onflrmliik' tho report
,11 at tnatih urtivuiir passenirera and ( rew of the
's l tnvii,, h.iM, i.ceu adhered on board tho
j .j,.i .tpirt fiom ulittt tl,o rULretarv sayi, It
- v in erd.i) or to-dm that tho arrange-
,n4 ii 'i.t i ,r, ,y -, ,ti, lift etl here for tho con
i.ii n ii . f the pr.nlsi.iiisof thiiprotocjl. The
a i-s.iki , i, i , to ui.iilo wltiiin tho next tun days.
" A nl T hi (hc (huile.ioivq Narr Vnril.
lln-i, s. Dec. 8. (ireul ipjUvlty i:oiitliiin
t. M tlie i harli tlown Navy Vard. The Franklin
''III he ready for iea In a few days, llbr aalls
itr. nt1',''8, '"'it to-morrow, and by Wednesday or
iVij. f r,l'"y "ho will iro into CMimmlsslon, It re
v. ewen to man her, and draft are
" Mr?.,'"1 da' or 'wo from New York and
fttiflPH-tli to mpply thtMOUljUe number.
The llrooklfn will also require some 4rt) seamen,
when elm Is ready for sea, which will be about
the 1st of January.
Correspondence fletween Hen, Hhermaa aid
N. ft. Forrest,
MEMl'iit', Tititi., Dot". 8. The Appeal
will publish to-morrow the following corrcs-
MsMruts, Tenn., Not. 50.
7o Gtn. It'. 7' 5rin, ('nmondfpm.tv.i' C'mlrJ
Mate Attiv, 1l,fAA,'Vorf, t. c.
Drar llaixatt.: l' trlenrsms from Wsthlnttoa
and otlirr k nitres it appesrs we are likely to
Peronie luTOlrcd In war with Upsiti If to I
pntuuie the scst of wsr will he la
I ubs. la rs.e we ihotild t,frtne Involved, snd the
llov. rnine nl should require sttltlsnre, I herehr tender
yon in) tervlcrs ss s volunteer. 1 lhlns I could enlltt
from ens thotissnd to five ttimutiid men who
tened in the South rn stmy during the Isle wsr, snd st
short notice, siiC who could rendeivnus si New nr.
leans. Mobile, l'entirolt, and Key H est either si csvsb
ry or la.talry. Yours rr.pectlully,
(Signcil! N. 11. VosrsT.
lltsuqcsiiTrat Abut VitTsn Brans, I
W tsiuuio.i,Not. SS, 1973. )
Pint Yonrs of the !llh It received, snd
1 luve tint It to the Wsr l)f piitnicnl with
inti eudrtttenint, ' lletperifully referred to the Her
tet.iv of War for Die tuiouv the liuudrrdt
of oiTert that come to me. I derm this worthy
ot s place among the srchlvet to wsli coming events.
I recatd s. II. turret! ss one of the molt eilrsordnarr
nieu iievelneil hy our civil war, and were It lift tome in
the eventof s wsr rrijuirlne csvslry, 1 would unhctt
i l i llutv sccrpt hit irnlcei, and give luui a
1 pr.minent place. 1 believe now he would Cent
i against our national enemlei at vehemently si he did
t,slnt in, snd thai it stylnteiiourli.
iSlirne ') w. T. HurnvtH, Oensrsl."
I don I htllcve there will be wsr, lor neither Dot
eminent wants a wsr, Atitln, In the event til
s war wiiu ip t on serouiit uf t'uhs, the huU
rf the nehtIRK r aid be aHoei tor wlioevtr commands
the e can have t ubs. Ve may not now have lUfflcP'nt
hetVT iron cut ships, but then tome could
tie had, snd we hale sl.undtnce of Bood navsl ortlcers
an i seamen, leaving for land lorret the trusller Istk of
oc.upaiiou. Not'srtol tint will likely oeennndeitioine.
Iherefore I hsvc tent your leinrtothe Wtr Depart-
11.1,'nt which rtn only set sfler t onstfst decltrtt wtr
aud protl.iet ti,a mcsci (ur lit pvricciin,,n.
iSliucdj W. T. SuiasttS.
Tltr. AMlGOSJUi: Cl'llA PllKVAUXSa.
A recrcl leellni of the llxecatlve Conlliill
lee tt arllko Humors Iroiu fpntn,
Ywtonlny wns u iluy of ureat ntixlely to
both the friends of Cuban Independence and
those of tho Spanish dm eminent. It was ru
mored tint despatches had been rocclveil by
cable from Madrid by houses encased heavily In
Import lnp:mlsh merchandise snynii: thalcravo
troubles seem to hanu over the Castclar Oovctn
ment, which tho opposition has fosterod to tho
utmost. U Is aald that emissaries have been
sent Into the country to urtfe the peonlo to unite
to protect Spain from the Insult which the Cis
telnr Government Is cndcavorlnir to put upon
the country. llulncss Is said to be unsettled,
and money scarce andlat a premium. It Is fur
ther rumored that the Suproiue I'ontlS favors a
restoration of the monarchy, and Is secretly
In- for that end, l'liril.- ifivicci are
lookcu! Tor to-day, , . .
'J he leadliis members of the Amlcot tie n 1
wero In secret session In tho Inner ruoin at thi'lr t
headquarters nearly all of )esterda). Not only
was the door between the receptb.n room and
the room In which they held thi-tr meolltik' Wept
carefully closed, but trusted members of the so
clety were In the reception room to be certain
that no Improper person even approached the
dorr, or sat or stood In such a position as possi
bly to be able to learn anytbluc concerning tbe
Kiequent calls were mado upon one or the
other of the Bentlemeti eiiiraced In the con
ference to transact some Important detail In
connection with tho business of his department,
and tils nnxioiis laco Indicated how Important
were tho questions they were considering.
About i o clock the conference was ended,
but all Information as to their deliberations
nnd the results or plans of future operation!
was politely withheld from ev.n tho other mem
bers of tho a, dety. It was Intimated that de
cisions of tho gravest Importance haj been
made, and that Important movements ma) be
Late In the afternoon a telegram was received
from Washington saylne that the Hon. 8. S. Cox
hud attempted to Introduce a bill In the llou-e
as befllKerel ts, but on account of objections its
Introduction was put over. It was understood
that the bill would be presented oaln at the
earliest nractlcable moment In tho session.
It Is said that carefully prepared documents I
are ready to be offered to show that two distinct I
parties liavo existed on the IsUnd ot tuna tor 1
many years. Iloth are Inimical to Spain and 1
both are bitterly hostile tu each other. 'Ibe I
party that supports the tlovcrninent of Cuba Is j
nindo up of Mmnlurds. '1 bo revolutionists party
who desire Cuban liidependeiire Is tenerally
c imposed of youtii; natives to Cuba. This party
claims to have a thcroiik'hly organized iroveru
tuent, with courts and all tho machinery neces
sary to secure tho rle'its of persons and proper
ty. Thy say further that every day adds to
their number, and If belligerent rights are ac.
corded to them bv tho United niatee, now, they
can make I'uii.a free and Independent before
warm westber returns.
Gen. Vlcentro Meete met tho l'.vec'itlve Com
mitlee of me derr aula Association In tho tier- ,
mania Assembly llo.uiis ai.out 'i vestcrdav after- t
noon, nnd accepted on behalf of the Aml.os do
Cuba the proffer of nsslstjiico and friilernal co- i
operation. Arrangements are to be peifeeted
to-day for both societies to participate In the
mats meeting on Friday next In Cooper Instl- I
tute, under the Immediate allspices and direc- .
lion ol the MiIkoiiIc fraternity.
The Aml.'os de Cuba have received large con- '
trlioitlons of money, especially during the pa't i
four or the il.ua, and their lieasur) Is ill a lloiir
isl inii i oiidr. ."Ii i liiv b. luve that Imp, .riant
lighting is going "ii in ' ,i" i. uii'i mi,' o 'o
next -t-iiuei fr.'in .1 una1 a liitlligii t of thu
gl.-.il. t import. ii l.e I. ,'i in d. ,
n qui -ti ! il .it", .t th.'lr opinions as to
tli- 1 ticth of nine i! nnt t ik to tn.-e t I
bur.-e w 1,1. h is -link in tr..nt of tlie Aij .:,. 1
thev unanlmou.-lv said that they thoiigbt It
could not bo reinoved unqer three weeks. Tho .
drv dock Is n built that It Is thought that great '
i nie unlet betaken to avoid damaging tho gates,
lor if they are Injured so that they cannot bu
opened, the Arapllot would bo dutalned much
Molvlnz tlie Huston Vlyslerr,
IIo-tiin, Dee. 6. Mr. Ilrltton, a State street
truacr. wai teiere y attuilied in lot oClce a fes werkt
sgo, sad the cue hit created much Interest from the
I.clttut Mr. llntt n h.t pmlllvely refused to divulge
the name of Lis tt.tilaut. for the P'aton that It would
tend to criminate l,iraie:f in tunie wty. Mr. Ilrltton
tin recovered, and the Imirii t Attorney being deter- j
ni ueu Hi. t tlie aC.ir ihsil b luvettigiled, tirougtit ll.c
cue before the unud Jury.
Tne phjiirisni who were In stten ltnre on Mr. Ilrlt
ton were summoned, lint, on the ground Ihs' It would
be ditho'iurttle to divulge prufeitlontl tecrttt, Iher
refuted to tell whit they know shout the srtatr. Judge
Aldnrli deilded that liny mutt tetllfy, ami they will
do so Pel ft the Grsnd Jur) onl iirnKy. lirlituuhaa
tworn th.it he did not know who hit ss.utlant was, and
It now undr arret! on the charge of perjury
1 he cae hat in llid much attention, bci sine of the
Peliel ii. t m ti iritrrrttiiig detilopmiutt may he mads
if 11 co-airt to trial.
Teal at llenvy Itlfleil Huns,
IIostom, Dec. P.-Tho third scries ot expert
menu In hisry ordnance, showing the advsnlagat of
the W 1 ird comblnatiuii rlllo and smooth bore gun, took
Platetoday. The point d, montlratid wai Hut the
r.Rc gun proved lltelf luptrlor to the ttnouth buro In
sll letlt lo wtkli It tlilijecled. it In sll previous
trist. Hie rnngu of the rule .hoi gnu ws. inure than
Iwiielhttof Hie smooth horu epi rial shot gun. other
i nti'lli lout being equal, it ricochet, d muretliHU twenty
tliui-t. at a remarkable dittji.ee, the .miioth bore mak
ing only ten rlioeiii lt. Allirw rd tl.o rule gun lire. 1
roiii.il .lint w itnout injury, proving Itself equal to lit
competitor tu thlt ri.ptct a dislrablo ariiicvement.
never in Ion a, euiii.Ul,cu. Aitot,iMI., r. ixi ent una
others prctunt coutidurc 1 It s remarkable luicm.
Mr, hlinrkny's MiiveiniTils,
A detective told a Hl'S reporter, yesterday,
thuttheh, pc of catihlng Bharkey In this city had bcin
glvin up, at the tull.orltlci were tttittlcd that he wai
not I ere. Iletaldlhal oElceri had searched for hltu
i very wher", snd that from Hut information they w ormul
out of his iiilhnal.. Irleniis Ihey felt ntsiireil Ihil lie
iii.lt New V. tk tec Hay. ntnr hit eecipo from ihe
Ton. i III iildin 1 In i' Is kipl seiiet liom hla near, "t
n Ullte. It I. I,.' i, led that he I, as be, U prOlldid Willi
lll'Jl.1). JU.l It beyoud the re loll uf Juttice.
A Pliyaleliin Anesieil for llliininy.
I'ot niliiEK.PMlK, Doe. 8,-A Dr. Ilarday, claim
lag to be a resident of lUmllluu, LaiuJa West, was
sire. ted lo day and taken before Justice Curry of
Pcel.ikill, clurged with hlgamy by inirryliig a Mrs.
Haymond of I'eeokill, whuwat alio trie led .wife
No. I confronted boih, aud upon her , complaii.t t;,c)
wi re I .i ked up In default ul 1.'i ball eacli. 'Ihey
will bo taatu lo VUilte Plains Jail lo morrow.
Winter im the (lectin.
The steamship Klyelaof tho Anchor Line ar
rive,) ItI uienlug aftcrab. litcrous paatago ol seven
teen djjt bho experienced bead wluilt til the way.
Wi.en four days out a terrible norm arme. the wan a
briak.iiKner Hi,. -Irp'a deck and mtu tne funne'.put
II ,g out Ii,,' llrta aetiral tluiii. (In llieiutli uy it '
blowing tu fierce a galu that it was found licicaaar) lu
take i.oali alllhe tiplsre stilt and liouii-lopuia.il,
slttr which the vcttci waa hove tu lor tlvs dayi.
The NlrlUe In Ihe ( onl llrglnns.
FOi-iKVil.t.K, 1'a., Dec. 8. Tho railroad strike
continues, There hat been very Utile change lu tho
Situillou since the lot report, tTsmsqua It Is said
the opersilves ire tbout resuming, and It It poutbU ihe
strike will end In a few days. Ihe eflect upon the coal
trsas will not be very sellout, even should. It CoUlluue,
m time u t sri stock en biU
A SOLEMN C0XSKCRAT10X.
.v TMi'o.iisa m.ni'T. t r i.v titv. ca
xnvDHAi. a sit i.y .sr. Ass'a.
A (lorteous Ceremonial oa Ihe liny nl the
Feaal of Ihe liiiinncultile Conception -De-tllcutlnn
of all Ihe Catholic Churches to
the Haereil Heart of Jeans,
Ycatortlny nil the Hoinnn Cnthollo
churches of ibis country were solemnly dedi
cated to the Sacred Hoart of Jesus with the do
Totlons and cureuioiilcs appointed by tho arch
bishops and bishops of tho Various archdioceses
and dioceses, livery church and chapel and
altar In this city was adorned with tho usual
floral and symbolic representations customary
on tho grcnt festivals of the Church. As It wss
tho 1'cas.t of tho Immaculate Conception, t ie
splendors and solemnities ot that holiday wero
added to those of the consecration to tLo
Sacrod Heart, Hundreds of tapers blared and
unnumbered lluwcrs shod their perfutno on the
iltsrs of tho Messed Virgin, whllo the high al
tars were converted Into pyramids of InliiMIng;
lights nnd glowing bouquets, l'rlests In the
whllo and coldon Ycstmetits of tho festivals
celebrated solemn high masses, assisted hy altar
boys and ncolytcs In scarlet and white; while
younc girls III snowy robes and veils, and
crowned with wreaths and garlands, hovered
nroiind the altars uud sanctuaries where tbeo
Imprcsslvo ceroinonles were performed, livery
church was crowded with worshippers from tho
Dvo o'clock to tho ten and a half moitilng
masses, nnd the Tcsper services attracted still
A CHTlMI is Titr. CVTItr.niltl.
Ten thousand persona nttuiided mas at St.
Patrick's Cathedral )esterday forenoon, at leant
two thousand of whom wero at the solemn
Fontlncnl High .Mass. F.lght priests, liic udl ig
tho Archbishop and Vicar-General, ull In the
tich vestments worn on such occasions, the
Archbishop bearing the crosier, and wearing the
liriielons mitre glittering with Jewels, nnd the
lullv Illuminated nltnr presented an Impressive
tableau. A largo red heart ol flowers hung from
tho pinnacle of the tabernailo, and within Its
alcove another floral heart was set 111 a bed of
white camellias. Overtiiehcalt tho word sacred,
and under It tho Holy Name, l.tghteeti hundred
cwtifea-lolis were received preparatory to tho
festival H-ntotday. The music Included the
whole of tiouliod'8 Messc Solleiinello and tho
grnnd To Deiini b) l.atntilllotte, both of wlih h
were given with uiagnitl.-oiit effect. I be choir
of thiit)-tlve wero utded by an otehetta of six,
fioin tho lato opera company of Mrakoscli. con
ducted by Gustnvus Schmltz. P ar-Getier.it
Oulim ilellvereil nil Impressive dl. ourse, after
which tho Arcliblhop consiiTaled the arch
diocese to tho Sacred Heart ol Jesus in the lol
lowing HKiiiPtTonT rnvTrit:
O most amiable and adorable Heart of Jous 0 Uf :tt
InnnlielT eoiniiaitiontte and mrriifui: , ur refuge la
all daugert. out Lope in all trials, our cuuilotl and con.
.iiou u all t.rr.Ts.: hMoiid ui l'J.",!fn!rJUy
Petore'lhte to nupiore uienv,su v... yPro
leriion, snd to offer ouiselvei entirely lo line, thou
i, ett the dtngera Hut tutround u., II. e iloruit Py whu h
sre iissi.rd. 'Ihe powirtof ditktuii hivesrtiD
rsiiist Titv ehtiri h, and agaimt ut Ihy unworlhy
but' J NouVi .prists. J7 " X" ,T,"l,e ?,'.
iniierittnee, they hoe ovrInrpe. Thy s sri. they
bvve persecuted thoie that love SIM tonnr lay
tiered ns'ne. And now they glory In Ik
I evil which they have done, snd vainly boot
that theyhvve triumphed uier Thee slid It y Church,
and have destroyed Ihyworsiilp fr,,m the fac -of the
earth, liu Thou art Alnitghu.snd who thall relist
'Ihie? Th.m win srlt In Thy power, snd rhy enemie;
tlitll perlth from before Ti T taee. Ihou will , oiiun.ud
the windt and watts, and there lhall lie s gr at calm.
Animated with this, eoiiBdini e In thy ier aad
Thy loie. n. divine lb art w pn-tetu ojr ttipp.l, a
tiou on Ihttdtvof our t.,Pmn i. nseemil.n to Ih.e
1'elgli to ncelie our ollerlng. IlliWollhy ll It II. and
grant our ;rer f,r tl I'o.nh and for our d.on.e,
which we now s.i.en nly dot, ate t Th) hr"or. (.
titer, Iful Heart ' ever open to admit ll. Inlo Ihy tacrt d
a d leriire iijliim. w,-. lot tenant tu whom thou
li.,t rotniiillt. I this p.rtinnut Ihybeoied Aock.de
lir.ug lo sle I lire a I r ...f of ..ur gtal.tiide aud deio
II. i, and lo receive fr. u 1 h, . tne assistance and ro
leetiou whli h we need In these calamitous limes
fir the liiiirch, for the HuPr Kce, aud for
ourselves, do, on thli dir. puhhcly sua sn.
emniy con.eerste our di,ce.e enure y to Thee.
We C'Hi.ecrsle lo Ihee all the churches aud congn ga
t ont.a.l the missions, plout a.a.lalloai. and todalltlel,
ami all Ihe religious housesi theneirli of sll ur ciergy
stid fa.lhful people, their livet and labors, tin ir
t: ig' . words, a, tioni, and tuITertngs, that thy spirit
' mar r. tgn ovrr Ihem. Thy love tustiin them, Tht gnce
lanctlf) them and make Ihem at all tluiei pleatiug lu
, lilt tight dh. tweet and adorable lb-art ol Jemi, ac
cept thu holocaust which we oiTert Inflame it w Itn Ihy
divine love that It may ascend before Thee in sn od.jr
u: ,wrriu,,.i,tini.,uiu ., .".",..
liny brtug down upon ut, upo, rhy holy churih. ui,oa '
our holy Ktlher. our much atr.lcled pontiO, I'lui IX., ,
snd upon all the mrmbrri of our congn gati,'Ui mis
sions, tcluiuls, collegrt, snd rrlitlout huutet.the atiuod
sn, e ot Thy blei ing, the heavenly showers ot Ihy 1
cracs, the rich treasures wuirh 1 noil ha.t 1 rotmscl lo
ihote who would honor Tin e Throw around ut, Tl.y
tertinti, Ihethleld ot Thy protection iguird in igalnil
Ihe malice of the wicked, who hale lay churih lit cause
lilt I nine and persecute ut because we ore Thy h-ly
nsme tno detend Ihy honor. Let m find in Ihee our
refuge, our coniultllou, uur hope, lie Thou our tupp-irl
In Me ,,ur coiindrnce la detifi, our eterutl cnjoyuisnt
lu heaven. Auirn.
IN TltC AMI-.tltrvN CATHOLIC rillMldt.
At -t. Ann In Twelfth street, the cliur.h of
tho Itev Ihomas S I'restoii, V. (1.. the, de-ora-tlotis
wero most beautiful uud tasteful. Large
scuielie.. n bouquets adnrncd the altars of rt.
Joseph and I ho Messed Virgin, but the high altar
eclipsed them lu Its wealth of floral treasiiies
and gorgeous draperies, lighted with number
Iom gas Ji tsuud waxen tnpets. A goigeoiis ban
ner of cilmson and white, suruiouiited by a
crimson cross, rose back of the marble a tar.
on It wna a painting of Jesus with thu Sacred
Heart aUntiiooiihisb.isotu.ntid Ills hands raised
In tho attitude of benediction. Mispclided from
the topmost pinna, lo of the nltnr was u snowy
dovii wiin outspread wings boveruig over a
1, ii iiii I, nnd be, on- In the receksiid nu ho fur
the III. - dSa ramiqit were two crlmsun beans,
l, 1,(11, ts formed i iituel) ,,f , aruailoiis. A -lull-In
he irt of cirnallons w is pln.eil on tne (ius,e
aiil" of tne nil nr. aim a nuge n uquei, ,iiu
lit art shaped, inlonieil thu r.,,i.i:le aide .Nuuier
oiis ulnar floral ornament", ll.'l.l-, 1 1. es, nnd
dtaperles coinpleta'il thede. oralhuis. I he uhobi
of the upnel end of this beautiful blue-vaulted,
stiir-geliimod loinplo of worship waa lu a blaae
which entered tho fliurcli at tl A. M. precisely,
consisted of three prlosts, tho Vicar-General,
uml two as-lataiilK, about thirty acolvtes, cen
ser bearers unit altar boys, ami between ,'OJ ami
lit) young girls in white, veiled and crowned,
and bearing lighted taper. Slowly they filed In,
taking about thirty tulnutos to reach the seata
reserved for them In thn oody of the church.
They entered at the sacristy door on the side of
St. Joseph's Altur, walked III possession to tho
sound of Da. baur's organ, down tho western,
uml im tho middle alsla a long, whlto.cbMidy
line, slowly settling down Into the pews. lear
lieneral I'roaton then celebrated tho solemu
high mass, assisted by Fathers Poole and Lake.
A short discourse from Father Preston win
given after mass on the present oppressions of
tho Church and tho Holy Father, lis Inleiinl
strength and vigor, and Ihe nature and cause of
the solemn ceremony of consecration aoout to
be performed. . , , , ,
At the conclusion of his remarks the prayer
anil coiisea ralloii i,f tho Church to the Sacred
Heart was miiilo by him. and tin) Ititerioliug
services doted, Inning lasted nearly llireo
"hlniilitr services wero hold In all tho Catholic
chuicl.es of tl,o a lly.
a ci.osi: iiuii fin nr.
I. una Inland r-pairisiuen going up lo Went
cbcaier lo gel rial ail ihelr .Vlniier,
Tim Hint prut I'oik Unlit of tliu sou.soii
between Long Island and Westchester was con
tested yesterday afternoon, according to agree
inent, in a pit In Woslchester. The former was
tuprusi'iitinl by James Dover, mill thu latter hy
Samuel Montgomery ami Jerumltli Gallagher,
Tliu conditions of tho main wero that each
party should allow up tlltecn cocks, from 4 lbs.
to 6 lbs. 4 n.. and light all that li 11 In for tM
each, uud t'e'l the odd Ilk-lit, ih" I, ling the iiihIii.
Al tno outset belting wna bm to Nl on West
chester, which was eagerly taken. After nearly
two hours was spent In "weighing In and
liintchliif," the "handlers" nhimiiiieod that
thirteen bullies would be fought. Iho match
list was tlnn hung over the contie. nt
tho pit, uud tho nghllng was begun, hong
Island won tho lliat three battles, West
clienier tho fourth aud lllili buttbs. 'Iho
sixth batilii was a desperate olio. Long Island
Iilllcil II .oilm an, it esia ucsn r iiuu in mo i on--
rated Derby strain. I, urge sums wero Invested
on litis light. It Insleil iilno inlnules. 'I hen the
Island fowl won, killing his opponent by a brain
blow. Tho contest now stood four battles for
Long Islunil, two for Westcheuter. Hotting was
now III) to 1U on hung Island. Westchestt r won
thn next two bntlles and waa also allowed Iho
ninth, owing to foul handling by thu "lici'lci"
of the Long Island fowls. Tim score now stood
llvo buttles for Westchester, fmir lor Long
Island. Thn backers of tho latter fowls con
tinued to olfrr odds, which wuro readily taken
b) tho backers uf tho Westi hcsler. 'Iho tenth
nnd eh. M-nili battles worn won hy Long Isliml,
and tin) wero one ahead. Westchester w.-u tho
lioxt li.itllenmld Inliinso excitonii nl. tt.u Ii sulti
hail now won slv battles mid as thn thli tcenlli
decided tho main, largo hums wero wagera'd on
the result, lloth Miles prnduced splendid birds,
anil after n slashing light We tihuslor vrou tho
iniiln, Tho iniilii l.it "d four bonis.
Ill-it I h of n .Noted (rlliiinul l.iitvyer.
Wil.Ki'.hiuitnn, !'., Duo. 8.-Lyiuan Hokos,
well known throughout this Slate at a great criminal
lawyer, died In this cllylhlt morning, aged fifty seven
yesrs. Illsdliroo wo scuta softening of tho brain,
Ills remsiui will bo tskca 19 Uilawan couuly.N, V.,
nvvr.AT.isa tiii: sat.aiit quad.
The llnlfsU'ar WnrU I'ropnsed br Ihe Majority-The
Minority llcmnnillne a Clean
Hwerp-A Lively Debate Kspecled.
Wapiunoton, Dec. P. Tlio snlnry reprnl
occupied two hours of the session of the Ho lie
to-day. Mr. Halo of Maine, by arrangement with
the Speaker, obtained the floor soon after the
call of States was through, and reported tho hill
agreed upon by the Select Committee for the
repeal of the Increased salary. The bill rees
tablishes Ihe old rate of compensation, with
mileage and other perquisites, so far as Senators
and members are concerned. Tlie Increased
salaries of the clerks, roportem, and other em
ployees of the Senato and House remain as Di
ed by tho salary grab act of March 3, 17:). The
salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court, the
l'reshletit, and Cabinet are also left undisturbed.
After tho bill was lead Halo attempted to un
dettako Its tnanrgemcnt ami put It through, but
It was aooii evident that be was altogether too
light a weight to haiidlo n Job of this kind, tor
more than an hour and n half thero was a babel
of discussion on tho stibleet, and tho scene was
altogether Indescribable Members gathered In
111 tio knots In i ho nlsles and lu tho rear tif tho
seats and talked mid gestlcnlatcal wlldlv. There
was never less than a dozen mcmbe.s on the
floor at tho same time, ouch one trying to get
the Speaker lo recognliu him. The Sneaker
vaitilv tiled to get nn Idea or two through Hale's
head hy sending him notes by a page, but tho
gentleman from Maine was us obtuse tu a retiu
s)lvaula Dutchman alter his fortieth glass of
It.-er. Ho made at least u aloeti ulte npts tu
explain what the select coiuliilttco desired lo
be done with the bill, but ho waa unao . et tul
aivnii with the Speakers aid.
In the inenii tlmo Mr. Knsson of Iowa asked
and obtained loave on the part of the minority
of the select coiiimllteo to submit a bill nceom
pMiiied Ii) it report. This proposition took Hale
mid his friends completely by surprise. He de
clared that hc bail never heard of a minority
report before. He he irtl of It to bis dismay as
the plain, practical conclusions of Messrs. Kaa
siqi and .lewett were read by tho clerk. They
very pointedly snld that no half-way measures
w iiild satlsiy the country, therefore suggestcai
nit only the repeal of Increased pay of senators
uud muniPers. inii that of ull clerks, enintoyccs,
t-v . of both Houses, as m oil as of that of instn
bars of tho Cabinet and Supremo Judges. They
left tho President's Increase untouched because
ot the coiintltutloii.il pr .hlbitioii, but favored
tbe reduction of hb salary after the expiration
of the present term. in. ! forbbl iue voting of any
money for Incidental cxnuiises at tho Wluio
House. It was manifest us sua n us tho Clerk
began to read that thu minority report nl mo
would meet popular approval, and thu farcb al
deinagoguiry uf tho majority was cruelly ex
posed, V, hen the conclusion of the report was reach
ed, reciqiir.ieiidiiig tho forced tetiirn of the back
Pay and increase, i compensation alre.nl) drawn,
the ilemoralUatloii of Halo and Ills party was
complete. Not only tho House but the whoio
country would see that they had no real, honest
intention to remedy tho wroiu which they had
aided lu psrvetrato list spring. Their bill was
only a hollow mockery a sop to bo thrown to
the multitude to stop their cry for vengeance.
rl'! ilirx.v.tnr tii.tmlmra .if tin, tt.etv. win, lllili
i.iii""" botcj that llulo would have tact and ,
ability sum, lorn tC Ml H'U throilfih, how
emu to hts relief and vainly endeav,.:?'1 tu Uure
111 in call tho previous question and cut off an
amendments and prevent as llttlo debato aa pos
sible. 'Jboy wero too late, however, 'ihe report
of Kassoii uud Jewrtt had done Its work and
the motion tn order tho previous qiietllou was
defeated two tu one.
It wits then ordered by the House that the
consideration ot the bill br the House as In the
(' -tutiilttec of the Whole, with twenty-minute
speeches, begin to-morrow Immediately after
the morning hour, A lively debato Is expected.
It Is pretty cert tin that the majority bill will be
defeated, uml It Is not Improbable that the
mlnorlt) report nnd bill, with some slight ,
amendments, will meet the approval of the
.t .si'.v;.ir riu.i: i'kiiit.
IMairncefiil fceue hi Pennsylvania Uoss
( obbof Nctv York D. r.'ula null Williams
of I'lilsburgb Terrible I'unl.liiueal.
owi !, in 'urj 1'tlrlcl.
A prio light ocuiiiTail ubout n mile fiiuln
half from Collin's Station, on the Pennsylvania
llailro.nl. Minday afternoon, between llutt Wil
liams if Pittsburgh and Hots Cobb ui New York,
for a purse of I'sXi ul catch weights.
Mr. John Miles was alakaho'der. Hilly Griffin
i.f Springfield, Mass., and Jack Gfady of Now
Yotk, seconded Cobb, and lummy Lawlor and
I latwrenco Cunnoraot Camden. N. J., t til in
the same capacity for Williams. Williams
,i ..loln-il ll liimlnla. anil I 'dlill Is Itltlu Uloro than
ill. Illinois was tho best looking man, mid
l.a lor offered bets of lPuto tWuti bio. agaliut
bis antagonist without takers.
The parties embarked In teams from near the
l'ailon furnaces, and arrived at the grounds
about three o'clock, fbo ring was pitched III a
lmllo- aw a) fromjtbe road, and the pugs fought
ll out undisturbed. There sere but seventeen
persons present, ns the turtles meant business
nn.i did nut want any Interference by the "po
lice." Cobb wuii the cholcu of positions and
chose the southwest corner.
WtiliutnsMas thu tlrst to enter the ring. He
looked cunlldcnl, and was slowly billowed by
Cohb, who seemed very nerious. Time waa
calle at il.O, and after tho usual preliminaries
they both sot to work.
FinsT HoCMi. iVilhaun msde several tdvancet, but
could i.oi draw out lubb.who fought shy andw..r).
('outtuerable tpimtir and a id w fr ni V) diiaini which
1 Hided ou Cobb's all check. Cobb coutltt red onWll
bauiiby atlbroi-t rsilh hit left, tupped ana went
uuu. Iluie. in ...
m., umi llo, s both to the icrslch. I.ltely and
quk work, a .,!:. i-.aoi- d hi. right uiuwl.y ou
t illiatni't iius." at i .Ires tne cl-irct w .lllaim reiurn
a d the ciliipllm nt l a rra.hl.ig blow on t obb't right
eh, ek -lei do.igad a return t' tlq-ping to tho ground.
I line. f. iv
Titian lloi'Nit w iiiistua up to t.tnr. Cobb a little
tlow. llii.iii-is 'ii'i lt-r I'onsi P rtble spairing a o'ib
won the r..ui.il Py )V.li.ails dropping whllo dudguig a
. I, mi I. It i.au P-r. Inii.-. .:.
I iiuii i..ivn Itusiue.t very good. Mocke up.
,1 .niaU . U, ir, (.no, "l ,o w ,u n r. l,Kl. lo n a,
W, ,, Mtns lea ling b lending 1,1. Tight ll.awh) lulo
t obi, a lefl eye, draping II III mourning. I t.bl llllde a
terrllue luli.eal Willuiiis, who not ut th, way
easily and brought hltu to hit .rn.es l) a rtbruttlir,
at-rollipanleit I.y a Up ull the mug. Ihey cllucn.d, )Vll
llauia i.eitllig awa) anu lapp.ug t ,.bo ou the uoh.who
dropped lo the ground in an txhjutledt'ondltpm. Time,
7 tumults and uu seconds.
Iitru Hot so-1 obn liuky, left eye elating. Short
rouud. A lew feu.li, s vliuch sad s tall, tobj on top,
Tho sixth, soventh, olghth. and ninth rounds
were very slow, uud no business of any account
Tkmtii HoCMn. A crusher, the tablet turned. Cobb's
flag lu Hie aitcudatit. w uiiaiiit nrtt ul the t, rtnh,
t oob loon following. The Utter i gan work by tick
line vulllsmi umier bit let! t sr. Wiluamt tried to re
turn by a thuulder strike, but Cobb tleppad atl.le and
sated him from falling li) lending him one am hn Iron
llipiete. whn h he followed up by a oue, two, three ou
his peepers aud a tlaltcnrr ou hit bread b.tgei. which
teuihlin reeling lo mulher earth, lime, 7 mu.ulcs.ua
KusvitNTii lto.Mi.-Cobb to time milling. Tvllllami
a litilu ciutieyed but determined. 1 obu sdvtnced 10
wi hams, who fought ture brt wary, Cubti trying to
draw him out hut for eouie llm, lu vain. 1 ol,b 111 mik
ing 11 pan at Wllllatul tllpped but laved hini-elf from
fa nug in time In t-lrli illtamt'i right on Hi lefl lug.
I 0I1I, auiiniirid on w il.iama. belpiug tne di.co.oring uf
hit pc, pars by a double, aud reeeiv, ,1 W inialiu'a la f 1 ou
I. is lib. hul without 1 rle, I. s grand clinch followed, In
which Couh threw wiliuu.a across iho rupee, Uailng
hlaulud. Tllue, liiluulct
Tho twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth
rniiiiils wero of little iiecount, being woiit..u.y
by Cobb, Williams aud Ins wind seeming to part 1
l'ltTst.Jirii Itofun.-A lively time In ramp. Wllliami'i
tioa k P, low ir. 1 ol,h for, id the nghtirig, and punish
ed Wlluni lu a la rrl'ile uiinuer. lie lanneil u criiihlng
blow 011 Williams 1 cheek, aiming s lerr, hie cash, and
alter pounding him around Iho head and taco Williams
itroppeal 10 Ihe ground. Tllnc.,145. ....
M s u.h.vTii Km mi. -( o lib bright, ilevily, snd deflant.
w 1 1 1 1 is 111 weak, shaky, and lilt eyes doling. Cobb enl
lor lilni rlkht awa), put he li.unegi d to k, ep onl of the
way for tome t me and watching lilt chance gate I'ol.h
a reminder under the chin which ttngi,ere, him (ob
plnrcd around him can lull) mid got In on tin. bugle,
causing 11 to iwell, nnd planked him one under Ihe 1, ft
jsw, winch ho lollowed up ny s riu inkier. Wniumi
tried 10 drop, bin wo iuikIiI lo I otili, w ho ullticlud
and thn w him siroas the ropes. Time, t.U.
When limn was called Williams win In a f.ilnt
ami bis seconds threw up tho rag. Tlmu fur tho
aixteeii loiuiils, 1 hour nil, I II Inlliillos,
Mlliums was cut up lu a lerrlbln 111. inner and
w ill need tho services of 11 ph)lei,in for s .1110
time. Cobb leaves lor Cincinnati lo-dav. wliuio
ho goes into tialiiln. to light I barllo lralu.ir.
No Mure fllppery ('ami Hole Covers,
At thu meeting of tho Assistant Aldermen
yeeltrday the coiiiiullleo to whom had been referred
tho ordinance compelling iho owners of tioiet and
lollies lo have the coverings of street vaults made of
I .111 suit cement si a means of escaping arildenta,
w nlell have been lollllllliu tu the winter, ri'porled thai
Iho iifordaol the hospitals bhuwed lh.il lh.se u-llar
mi eis were man-traps. In l"a'l slid I17J foriy persons
wire klllail hi falling on I rse cov ring". Ihe conimil
lie add Hull ulHiougii tin. Hoard of Health 1 ontein.
P sled ail sli.ili-111. ill o( lliu 1 v ll. the r cdy thoii'd 1 1
si plied throuuti p.gulalio.". ! the Common Council,
tni motion nt Mr. ( mm') tlie ordinance was aim inii'd to
Ihattio en, ring ma) he made of any rough material,
II ih null llm tidewalk. Tout thu rc.ulu.luu Mat
A I'll r tliiralinl Keslatril.
A siinimons for Malhew Smith of ..W Seventh
svrniie wai lakon out of thu .Itir.ri.m Market Civil
Court )etti r,lsy and put Into the liandi of City Marihal
Alrssndra Toplsnyl. The Marshal nw bniltlioiirlevenlli
avenue, near Twiiityievinth strict, snd walking
lowanl hltu, he oeeostod him wlih Hie ,U,sliou, " Are
you Mr. Mattu w rlnulh " and receiving an ulllniialivs
answer, he handed him the rummoni. Thereat hintlii
aitaulled the Msrihal, who defended hlmiell as bi ll he
Could, lilt antagonist wai roliilorotd by turns con
federate!, who beat the Marshal brutally. The police
arretted smith, tud ns wsi held al the Jrflenun Market
Police Court la tM bad. loWmcjIWM utu 19 luc
fiik UotaiUI. r
ANOTHER ARMOIIY MUDDLli.
a vi el n DAT ron tiik ovyrits or
A Platoon of Lobbyist! Turned Onl of Ihe
supervisors' Cbamher-A l'roposal to Con
solldute tho Iteglinenls.
At tlio incetliiRof tho 8npcrvlori yM
terday, the Committee on Armories and Drill
Itooma reported a resolution to transfer the
Ninety-sixth lteglment to the Centre Market
Armory and the Eleventh lteglment to the
armory over 37 Ilowcry. Supcrvlior Kchr fa
vored tho resolution. II read a letter from
llrlg.-Gen. Funk urging the procurement of bet
ter quarters for the Nlnety-ilxth lteglment, ss
tho armory which they occupied Is damp and
too small. The Supervisor added that the
NIncty-slxth was Pho best regiment on the east
rlilo of the city, and that Its efficiency largely
depended on thu passago of the resolution.
Supervisor Van Schalck said that the Hoard
had assigned tbe Centro Market Armorr to the
Flcventti lteglment, and that It would be dis
courteous tu that regiment to pass tills resolu
tion. The resolution was lost by 8 to 8.
Un motion of Supervisor Monhelmer to re
quest tho Governor tn order the consolidation
of tho regiments In tho First Division, so that
there might be ten full companies In oach regi
ment, was carried.
lii'la giving to the owner of tho building on
the northwest corner of llroadway and Fourth
street flS.nU for the tent of one floor for an
armory, and $7oVH to Mr. Jllllejilirand, tho
owner of the building In Hester street, a part
of which Is used aa the armory uf the Fifth
lteglment, were passed by 1J to X
Supervisor Van chnlck moved that the Com
mittee on Armorlei report whether any steps
had been taken to cancel tb lease of uJChrys
tie .street. He slid that nlltioiig.i the premises
were hired by the city for an armory at a rental
of ti.i"i a tear, not one soldier had ever entered
Supervisor Koch asked whether the building
was imt Iiigersoll's chair factory. Having been
told that It was, he said : " What have wo to do
with chair factories) Wo are talking about
Tho motion having been carried, Supervisor
Flanagan moved that the Ciiuuitltee on Armo
ries be directed lo provide new quarters for tho
Fifth lteglment, as the lease uf the building
which they occupied expltcd last May, llo
milled that there was all unoccupied armory nt
Twenty-seventh street and Ninth aveiido which
could be rented lor less than b',(l a year.
Supervisor Clausen move, Unamend by adding
the words, "H the committee think that the
transfer w ill be for the best Interests of the city,"
Supervisor Van Schalck thought that tho
annory at Twenty-seventh street and Ninth
avenue would be it good place for the Fifth lteg
lment. It was Uttod up last )car at the requeel
of the Colonel of that reslmcht. lint he thotigl t
that as the city had continued to use tbe Hester
street armory since tho lease expired. It would
i.avc to nay the rent until the 1st uf next Mav.
Supervisor Monhelmer, who voted against
paying the rent for the Hester street nimory,
arose here, and eald that there seemed to be an
attempt on the part 01 tne loiuiniiiee on .-iriuu-rlea
to force the city to pay tlU.au a tear fur au
armory, although tho lease bad expired.
sTpmls.Tr Cooper ll;' " t,.t,l,1i "iVuiT
ment had refused to be transferred u. '""
avenue armory. Mult of tbe members lived ou.
uf the Ilowcry.
Here the speaker was Interrupted by Super
visor Monhelmer, who arose and said: "Mr,
President, I move that the galleries be cleared.
There has been a dlsguilliig exhibition here to
day. Supervisors have conn 011 passing bills at
the suggestion of err tiers of armories who have
atuod behind their chairs. I 'Insist that those
owners of armories those lobbyists be re
quired to go outside of the circle."
The motion having been carried, the Sergeant
pointed out Hie way, and the dozen owners of
armurtes who had been standing behind the
chairs of the City Fathers, who sit on the east
ern halt of tho circle, went out of the room.
As they were going out Supervisor Cooper asked
who the lobbyists were tu whom Supervisor
"There they go," replied Supervisor Mon
helmnr, pointing tuwards thu pruccsslun wblcb
was riling out of the dour.
Supervisor Van Schalck thought that the order
to . tear the galleries should be thoroughly en
forced, and asked that Gen. Funk, Col. statif
und their friends w ho wero sitting near Super
visor Monhelmer be requested to go out.
Supervisor llellly said that tbey wero not there
Supervisor Van Schalck replied that he did
not know why thev wero there, but he thought
that thev should be treated aa the otber gentle
men had been.
1 be request was not granted, and th military
After some furtherdlsciisslon Supervisor Flan
agan's resolution, as ameudod by Supervisor
Clausen, waa carried.
TIIV SlJUAMKtt KASSAS SAM.
It 11 11 n I oa Three Hundred .lilies Out ef her
Course before a Cyclnoe.
Washington, Hoe. 8. A dospntou re
ceived at the Navy Department from Commander
Allen V. Keen, commanding the Culled States
etc liner Kansas, dated Ilermiida Islands, Not.
IM, announces the arrival of that vessel there ou
I tho evening of Nov. 23. She encountered a
heavy sea and violent squalls when about 150
miles to tho southward mid eastward of Hat
terns, and was forced as a matter of safety to
keep nn-ny before It. Ho stopped at the Ilermtl
alas to gut cii.nl. and Intended lu leave llcruiu
da ou the evening uf the 1 1 1 1 .
a i.irrr.u itiom cumm vnder iiekd.
Lo.'M'nliT. Me., Dec. ".The Lockport D-iUu
J.mi n il uf this evening publishes a letter from
Commander A I . "ll V. lteed ut the Kansas to his
father tn this city. The following Is an extract :
1 eipecled to be st Kanllig t ate Cubs before llili. tut
.... - ... tn.nl.,1.1 In Ih.l.iill kl,..,.(,nL . .1.
wit', h lasted ut four days, and it most we had nothing
tn do tut cut and run. The leiwo running to high
that wp could not keep netr our course, und had tu let
thethipruu tsefarett until the .lurm had eipended Its
rorre This took four days. At the cud of ll. w hen w e
could with safety hsul to the south, we were tipwsrd of
's miles lu the northward and eol.ar.i fn.lsplscei
snd thlt being in a direct line, and o 1 icq have coal
enough to reach Cu'ia.I took the rt'.p... - ' tly of Hop
ping here to nil up. I do not know h,w t depattnieut
will look al ll i but undoubtedly they win Pe much dll
appolliteil. Tne Kansai ho not fnlf-ttej her million,
but It doet not tea m Ihtt ll cuuld hoc hceu avoided, f
ran oil only to secure the ttfety of the ihtp, tnd I be
lieve all Ihe ottlrert here think It wai the only thing to
be done under the cirrutiuttocti. We had s pretty
tough snd dlisgreesble liuie, snd the ihtp wo con
tldrrahly ttralnrd, though not injured, that 1 know of,
w e had a good msnv ituall tccidentt. and all otir Posit
ricrpt one were Injured. .My gtg, which I thought to
mucn of, wss w ranched snd itrained to that It wai put
out of shape permsnenlly. One tea broke over tne
poop of the vestel, anthlpplng the rtbln skylight, tnd
lei In a couple of barrelt uf .all water down uo my new
and elegant carpel, The ofilceri of Ihe ward roomhtd
It worse than 1 did, having had all their clothing and
bedd.ng wet. The irew have behaved iplendldly ever
ilnee we have breu at tea. aud I have never teen a new
crew get along ad well. Kight) lite of Ihe 130 sre en
tirely ucw, snd there Im not be, n a case ,.f drunkru
u, as yei. I think we will hate a tmtrt ship If we can
E-t a little tune to train the crew. ....
We thall leaie Ilerm Jdi at 'l I' M., Nov. 31, Thlt let
tcr wilt go by a llnttsh gunboat to Halifax,
The above letter Is diited on board the United
Suites steamship Kansas, llotiiiiul.i Ulaiids, .Nov,
T ! i f 1 1 1 n n Y Turnpike .Vlurdrrer Arrnlgned.
Ai.nvv. Dec. 8,-Lowensteln, who Is accused
of Hie murder of Vwiton of Hrooklyn, near thuclly,
teveral tnontbi sgo, was srrslgned to-dsy In the (Iyer
snd Terminer before Judge Ingslli. The prlioner't
loir- confinement snd want of means to purchase Idm
ecif c ,inf, iris and cuuveuleiici in Jail have told upon
hts h-altli. He looks pitie, and shoa a proof! uf mental
mitt-ring. District Attoruev Moak tallrd I.owenstelti
In plead, lining from li s chair amid a prolnund itill
ii lie nriiilr and distinctly airri'd. " Not cupty."
His counsel, .Mi lira. 1). c llrruck and John M. Nets n,
ask, d fur an allow auce for expemei. They referred lo
thu pruoncr'i poverty and his utttr InaPdlly tomnunc
rue Ihi'tn fur lakihg him through this inal. The Court
w ,11 piol, ably grant the rtquett. l.o cam wai tet
do ul for Inn on Dec, il.
Sl'AllliX MOM Till: Til It 1!0 It A I' It,
1'rof, Agasslr Is Ijlng seriously III nt his resl
,1 nee ml ami. ridge. Mats. Hit ph)iclan, Dr. w)tuan,
tpeiil ull lall night by Ihe lit k bed,
Selh Adams, ninny years well known ns a btis.
ness man of llo.tou, nnd, with his briltur, the llrit
manufacturer of the Ailami printing prctt, died oa
bunds) at hit ruddi'iicc in Newton.
J. P. Sumner, one of tho selectmen of Dlgh
lon. Masa . h id both legs cut olf). Herd i) lu gettlngilf
the lall Khi r train al H ler Junction, after it had
ttsrled from Ihe depot. lie will probably die.
it no oic uyx,
Mrs. Thomson, of W llroadway, 1'.. D., was
robbed uf lie ami a iiiiinier of papers, tu I'lyiuuuta
I hill i Ii, on hiinday evening.
Mayor Powell has vetoed the Aldermen's reso
lution I, i P ao to the si P.url, k's l.llarary Is, .a l"ll , ,T"
hl..loh't'a I hllic'i, the Inn 1 hug lu Nineteenth street,
east uf Third an uue, funnel ,y occupied hy Truck Coup
I any No 1.
Ilx-Clty Treasurer Colt landt A.Sprugue.wlioso
trial was set now u fm Natural iy. will not be c ,11. d upon
tu appear until Hi. nihilist, ihe line. tig 'lion In pin
greti lulu Hie stlilriof ihe lUilriit aitorne) 'a i.tilce
prevented Mr. llrlllou from being IB rcadluc.a tu ro
The remains of the machinist who was crushed
In Hie eugino of the Kosm ke at the Hruoktyu Navy
Yard, on ttuuday. have been tsken In Ilrnry Muuu's, iho
undertsker, si II Aveiiuo U, New York, It It not
known whether the mtu had sny relsllvt-s In thlt coun
try, A key check la his pocket bora the ntms ot
"James Orahtui, Nswsrk, N. J." He Is lo be burled al
thijeose ofiit leUotf UKUjrltlttl t till sjnnloj of
A VTAlt QVESTIOX BUTTLED.
Th Unites! Plates Attorney aet Entitled la
Prosecute 1'ersons Accused of OUtnest
Aaalaat ibe Territorial Laws,
WAsniNOTOV, Deo. 8. In tho ono of
Snow, t. the Tnlted Statci, ex rcl. Hempsted,
United Statoi Attorney for Utah, the qiiestton
was whether, In tho Territory of Utah, th
United Statta Attorney for tho Territory, or tbe
Attorney-General of the Territory, elected un
der the Territorial law by the Territorial Legis
lature, Is entitled to prosecute persons accused
of offences against the laws of the Territory,
and the Supremo Court to-day decided that un
der the practice which too long prevailed both
In Utah and other Territories, and which Is In
some degree supported by the organic net of the
Territory, the Attorney-lloneral of the Territory
Is tbe proper officer. Th practice Ii regarded
as an anomaly, becauso all ofnnccs In tho Terri
tory are against the peace of tho United States !
but as tho general construction of tho act of
Congress distinguishes the courts when sitting
aa Circuit and District Courts of tho United
States from their business as ordinary courts of
tho Territory, It must bo sustained. Tho Terri
torial law providing for the appointment of
prosecuting officers of the local courts Is thero
foro held to bo valid, and the United Slates At
torney Is ousted of tho right to prosecuto In
such cases. The Court aay that tho decision can
work no evil In any case, as the wlinlo matter Is
within the control of Congress. Judgment Is
reversed, Mr. Justice Hunt delivered the opinion.
A UllVAT TXMVVUASCE MEETIXQ, j
Tho Large Hall or Ihe Cooper Union Filled
with embolic Mncletlrs.
tlon, under tho auspices of Metropolitan Total
Abstinence Union, was the event lu the largo hall
of the Cooper Institute last night. The organ
izations marched Into the place headed by music,
and bearing beautiful allk banners. Among tho
city societies wero tho Transfigurations, Young
Men's Transfiguration. St. Anthony's, St. Jo
seph's, St. Midget's. St. Michael's. Father Mat
thew No. 1, Holy Innocents nnd St. Ann'i-ln all
numbering about '.'.OU persons. Hrooklyn, Stutcn
jsivnu, iew jersey ami several towns uu mo
Hudson sent numerous delegates. The two front
row sof seats wero graced by ladles. Gcorgo Frau
cIsTraln, enveloped In a seal skin great coat, sat at
one of the reporter's tallies. Dr. John 11. Itleh
molitl presided. " The Total Abstlnenco Move
ment Under the Teachings of tho Church " was
tho subject of a lecture announced to be de
livered by tho Very Hey. Father 11) rne, Presi
dent uf tho National Catholic Culoti He briefly
referred to tho progress of tho lemperanco
cause, but said III hoaltb prevented him from
giving the lecture, 'Ihe ltev. Father McGlynii
subsequently Igavo a theological Mow of Intem
perance, which ho said was a crlmo against God.
ltesolutlons were road by Mr. J. W. U'llrleu ten
dering the clergy and soclctlesof Ireland the co
operation of the American Catholic organlia
tluus In protecting emigrants from Intemper
ance, and returning thanks to the Most Itnv.
Archbishop, Vlcar-lleneral Qtilnn, the Her. Dr.
MiGlvnii, thn llev. James H.McUean, and the
ltev. M.J. D'l'arrell for their lupport of the tem
THE OLD WOi:l.l)'S SEWS. j
o' lteserye Force The UornburdnieBl
Madmid, Dec. 8.--TU0 Minister of War
reports that the reierve recently called out num
bers 4it,000 men. .
Details of tho bombardment of Cartagena show
that tho principal damage was to tho L'aJH'.l'USS
within the walls. The forts and batteries are
almost Intact. The Insurgents are itrsngthen
Ing thlr works and armament.
The VIII du Havre Dlsaater.
London, Dec. 8. Ttio latest reports In
the English papers tn regard to the conduct ot
the ofllcers and crew of the VHIe du Havre are
confused and contradictory. A telegram from
Glasgow says the captain of the Itch Earn has
reported to the oh tiers of hts ahlp that the
charges reflecting on Capt. Stirmont of the VlPo
du Havre are untrue, and that those against th
crew are greatly exaggerated.
Conscription for Ih Itaaslao Army.
8t. l'ETKitsni'lio, Dee. 8. An Imperial
ukase has been Issued requiring that tlx men
out ot every one thousand Inhabitants of llus
sla. Including th Polish pro) luces, shall be
drafted Into tbe army.
The Dralh of Judge John C. Underwood.
Wabiiinoto.'s, Dec. 8. Judge John C. Under
wood disd st 11 o'clock last night, st his residence Kt
Third street, of tDoplesy, He wss sick but tbout tn
hour, sod before thenstureof bit milady wsi known
he wsi s corpse. He wis la perrect hesitn yetierotr.
snd teemed to be In better spirits thta ever. He visited
Huwtrd University tn the sqeruoou snd while there
cuiuplsined of a chilly fe, ling aud returned tu hit
home. 1 here he wai attacked with levere palm lu lili
limbs, and after taking swarm bath retired. Heavy
lir. 'titling then ttlrsci'd tha uiemberi of till family,
who summoned Hrs. Wharton and Hoyle, the former
arriving before hit death, aud the latltr only In lime to
pronounce him dead of apoplexy.
Judge t'mlerwood wsi P ,rn In Mtchfleld, Herkimer
county, . Y snd st tho time of hit death wo 15 yeats
of age. Long Pctore the war he purchsird land tu I
Clarke county, Virginia, where be for years reilded. In
larst he wo a delegate to the couventiuu which nomi
nated Fremont fer Ihe 1'reildency, and. on account ot
hit political teuilniriit wai forced to leave the stale,
lie then went to New York city and remained there un
till l!61, at the Mireliry of the Kuiigram Aid and
Ilomet-eadtetiip ui, a to, letv formed for the purpuie
of a, ttltng and teit.ng souilc-rn lands. In :tii he wai
appointed Colitul to a. a,l a... Peru, wlihh lie de, Ui.,.,1, to
a,,, t the position, f lifth Auditor of IheTres.uiv
li.-ptrttiieni, and while holding H.at imsition he re
c. iied ihe tppoiutuenl of Judge uf the bittrict court
A Conic Hint Dliln'l Work.
Yesterday two men dre-sed like Gorman emi
grants entered lose t,liweltzrr'i brokersge at 115
nreenwich street, saying that they had Juit arrived
from Oermany snd wanted to go VVett, snd had tevers!
hundred l'rumsa tbtlers to eichtuge fur American
currency. At nrtt Ihey wero dliposed lo exchange ouly
rjttytrialrri.il they fesred Ihtt thev might be twin
died. The gold wo counted out, and the tint tlx ulrrrt
were genuine, hut the rest were aounterfelt. In tbe
Church tireet police ttstlnn Ihey described themselves
is William Orltgcnati and Charln Si-nulir, bom ol Si
Klttr street. Hobokrn. Considerable counterfeit money
wtt fouud ou them. Ihey were locked up.
The steamer lleseue left Washington Navy
Yard yesterday for the West, whets the will be turd at
a deipalch boat. ;Two tbltty-poundrr Parrot gum wcrs
mounted on her pre) lout lo he- departure.
No definite action has yet been taken by the
Senate Committee ou Judiciary on the nomination of
licorgc II. Williams lo be Chief Justice. The iiililecl
will be returned In Committee on Thurtdsy or Frfdty
The president yesterday nominated for Tost
mtstert '. lUrllett Pent, at Middletowii.t unn.i Charlei
r . llrulol si Antonlt, i oun.i Jauies w .Hill at w atrr
bury. t'onn.i Miles w llrnwn at nil New York, N. V t
Jet.e K. W ilia al Carthagclis, N. Y , .lusepli Hudson al
I'cekiklll, N. V.; sud W ui. Ward at .Newark, N.J.
cuiiiosiriEs of ci:imis.
Stephen llrlcrly. who stubbed John Tureell
with a chee.e knife, wo )e.ierday con, muled br lie- I
anrd, r I'arcclii of Anuria, to aw all the action uf Ihe
Tho criminal Ilrnnton, In Jnll at 1'etcrboro,
Canada, under seuitiiie of deslh for the r t.rder ot Mrs.
Payne snd the buy Hou.liti, bat been reprieved until
the still Inn.
On Sunday evening Thomas Williams entered
Adolph Tarv eriita r'a nou.e st 4l Hroome street und
douued a pair ut boots and an ovei coat belonging lo I h it
reiitlemvn, and picked up IV) worth of clothing, .luit
thru Tarveruter entered and arrested titui. Juttlco
therwood committed him yciterday.
Last evening Ofllcer Dougherty found Kllrn
Peth Walker, a c atllbermatd of the Drsnd Celllrsl
Hotel, wiiliilerlng tu llroadsny. hhe had a salchel, tn
winch there wrre two right ounce holties of I iiidanum.
hho acknowledged Hut she had taken poison. Mis wai
taken lo lleilevue Hospitvl. There warden llrennan
lu,l her at arched, and auoiher boitlenfltudsiiuiiiw.it
found conceal.', t lu her drctt. bho was placed la lbs
cellt under gutrd.
The I'hivn'x Pllk Mill, In l'atorson, which iias
been p -rtiallv .topped tiucc tha panic, will put on yo
more hs.iiia Hill week.
Ono of thu now modal policemen of l'atorson
w ,s knot kt'.t down w Idle making tils first arrest, whlcii
to disgusted hltu with the b. stncia that be leudered hu
rci gnat ion.
The cliy of I'atersnn has employed Hurt men
on the llrand street rut. In order to fiirnlih relief fur
Hie hand, throw a out ot work b) the .toppage uf the
mllit aud thopi,
Tho trial of Mrs. IMarcellus Metzler. accused
of liiSlpructtce In Hit- ease ,, ids w . v uu, w no iue i on
Hie Mh ef October, wis begun yislerdsy lulholludsuu
cuuuly Quarter si ssiuui,
llol.crt Wilson was yesterday Rummltted to
the I'Jlerson Jail for il.re.it n.nx to lake his wife's life
with u ruor. He had el ai.ed h. r with iiiKdeliiy tie.
c into soitie one had snld Hut the w.it too good for luch
a liuu as lie.
Mis. Itnchel llr ".vii. a i in illc, who lived at fi
Ho),l .treet, Newo's .'' , ' -1, n a ci ici
Ihe r sr of HI. I'elei- I'o ,, i ,'l .h, I I iiii-Ii, N. , ,i
)'tlirisi, htie wus furl) J.ic y eara of ake .11 il l, i
The Inquest over the remains of Samuel II.
Pan h, the blind t-plrltuallil, who died lilildenl) in a
ature In Vinelaml Hie oilier day. revealed Iue fart thai
he had commuted tuields by uklug laudanum, C.use,
dlaappuiuluieot In luve.
County rhyslclnn K. W, rtuck of Hudsnn
eounly hu written lodov I'airtr Tn Tly Tii.u he nib
mailt the Intelleciusl laeultlot of Ihe reprieved niun
dtrer Mechells to be about on a plane with luotl Uf US
1. wilt ISTIsiy 91 Ul aU,U IJci uiUaiMt
LIFE IN THE MKTROrOLIS. .
DA.WKS ITttRE ASD TllERR BT TUM tB
tA'S KEPOETEllS. iH
The Slrlke of tha 1'araaot and Umbrella, tH
The l'arasol and Umbrella Makers' Association jB
held in enlhiiilnllc meeting In room SI, Cooper IdsU- JH
lute, lot night to consider the condition ot the works
Ing glrli tnd to devlie wsyt and means for the smellortv
Hon theif-f. A delegsllOD from the Knlghtl of St. JH
Crispin entered a few minutes sfter the opening, ani
were courteously received by the Chslrman, Nelson VT, ' BBV
Younr. Mr, Vsn Vest, of the committee from Lodgt BV
IM, K S. C.i promised the lymptthy snd the pecuniary
tuppnrt of the lodge to the struggling women. Coroner iflBB
Young replied to (he tpesker. lie reminded the com- ,
mlttrsof the time when the ( rliplm were In trouble,
when the women grneroutlr contributed the money III ,,
their Ireoury for the tupport of their breihren.ana
thtnked the committee for Ihelr frank and prompt faSBHI
ri rlproclty. " I.ait week," svid Mr. Toting, ' this smo- faTaaal
elation drew from bsnk tvn. which thev dlitribulett
smong those who were In need, and they bvve enough
loft tu last much longer," llo nan been Informed br aa
employer that business would be brisk tgtln before th
lew vesr. Iteporis from the shops here next r- fBLVXa
celved. From llicte It sppevred thst Heller A dsns, 94 .
Leonsrd street, were working on a reduced sralui and
that richloit.ct llroadway ami Worth street, wsi to
reduce his itslo to-day, whlc i srtlon would les, I to a (JJJJJJJJB
tttike ttnong the operatives. There ar l,o umbrella
and piroul inskcra in New York T t,u union numbers t-S-fS-V
about two hundred members, and forty perioai Joined
Charles "aunaltrs's lllrlliplare. , HH
Charles Saunders wai convlclod In th Oen- BH
ersl Hesiloni yeitcrdty ;si a pickpocket. Ha told a HBV
wonderfuFltory lb swearing tint be wai Innocent, and . HKV
among other things old he wss a native of Newport, ' HBV
It. L, and bis frlendt there bad not had lime lo learn ot HB
hit trouble In New York tnd come lo his rescue. He BBB
seemingly hoped thst this story, his de.ent clothes, and ' BBB
ordlnsry face, might ovctilm. In crois-exsmlnitlon BBl
Atslsiaut District Attorney Iluiiell snd i You were
born In Newport snd iituesttd there?" "Yes. sir,"
suswered the prisoner. "Then where did you get your
tinuitiltitble London brogue or scaenl," continued
.Mr. liuiirll. ' Oh, my father wat a lllngllihman," re-
tponded Bstinde-s. I believe you," wss the fins! re
turt of Mr. tluii,'ll,"and io are you." When he stood
up for lenience itecoider Htrkctt old to hunt "You M
are the mott lu.j.udent thief I have scn lu five yesrs, I .
sentence you for thst term to Btalo prlion si bard '
The Chnrocs ngulnsl rirnohlyn Coroners,
Tho committee appointed by the Suponlsorti Ba
to hvcitigste cerlsin chsrget sgslnit the Ilrooklye
Coroners held itt Inltlsl meeting ycttcrdiy tfirmoonv BB
The chsrges srlie from a libel suit by an cx-olllccr ot BB
the Health Hoard. The only distinct averment Ii, thlt ' BBl
money tits been drswn by the Curoueri for Dctltlout BBl
tnqurtti In suialbpox coci. In tlirte esses, ll Is well Bfl
known, Hie July It not required tu view the body snd ;
sign the pspers. In csies other ihsn of contagious alls- 1 faBBJ
estri no inquest It pttd for by the county, unless the j
Jury ilgn tne Inqultittoo. The only room fur fraud is.
therefore. In such cstet. The committee uieuibled i
without sny Ides of whit to do or how lo do it. until ,
VlceoVrralUcnl Cor, ex oltlclo member of all lomiinu ,
tees, stepped in tnd lei tnem right. They will Onl tub
lKrnt tbe Iiosrdut lleslthtoxroducethetinquliltloiii.M
a tint step lo proving wheuier they are fraudulent Of i
An Innocent Jinn Convicted,
Dennis Itoian, who was convicted last week Bl
of viotttlon of the election Itwt lu having pertonsted i BftB
Mr Concklln st Intpector, wss yeitcrdty admitted to 1 BBl
bill In ll.au la the Oyer and Terminer, pending a re- BBl
Tlew of the roe cq a bill of eicepslons and a writ ol (BBJ
certiorari by thedeneral Term, Juilge lncrshsm htving' BVJjl
certlned Hut there wo probable came for staying sen- J BBl
tence pending the sppesl. Mr. llogan acted latlead of I
Concklln under a power ot attorary drawn by s lawyer
In Ihs belief that lie could legally so set. and without 1
any criminal or fraudulent Intent The wr". .,.rgrd BBl
theJuntust,notwiihtlar;i:s ne wsi Kbll'y under ihs
sirlct letter c;:!:r"ii wilfully st. l hi.ija-toeir per- BBjl
onaiing," ar. Cul. Fellow t, lloglii t counsel, obtained BH
Ihe ttty, c alining that th" conrictlou wut Illegal bsy
cauts tntre wss no crlmlnsl Intent.
rtum'a M'orU Agnla. BBl
0. W. Pin la Imprisoned lu the Tombs on a i
chsrge of forging a note for 1150. He Is pot ,ht mid- a BBJ
die age, and very resectable snd Intelligent n sp- j BBJ
pesrsnee. Heitysthat ht hid been on a tpree for a j Bl
month previous to bit trrest, snd thlt hit drunkenness .BBl
led luui Inlo hit dlfSculty, on haturdsy he was de- '
tpondent tnd nrrvout. At night he wo found In till VIJBI
cellnearlydeadfroraahesvydoieof Kowler'tiolutlonot - tjHH
arseatc, a bottle of which be hid ctrrled lalo the prltoa i
In hit pockel. Dr. llrekei, the Tombs physlcltn. no to a bkb
the Centre ttrret hoipltsl for sn sntldole, snd with th ,
help ot Dr. Etrly the polioned man's life wss saved, I
At flnl he refused to iwsllow the sndldote, but so- i
ceded when force wsi tslked of. Shsme for his dl 1, BBal
gisosful potltloa Is tut excuse tor hit tutapU 'i'
A Lost KelatlT Foaad lo hi Grave. ft
On the COth October last a young man took 1
roomi at the Ltbby Hotel, Twenty-teventh street and I Bl
Fourth avenue, reglitcrlng bis name as Oeo. 8. Harris, A Bl
Chlcsge, ua the ruliowiog morning he wu lonna aetd ' BBl
In hit bed, with s putol with which he. hid ihot himself. u Bl
t oreuer Young hsd the body kept on ice st the Morgue
until the 4th of November, when, o nobody claimed It, : BH
It wo burled In Puller's Field. Ycttrrdty Mr. ll. K. I aaTaal
llurlbut, of Mlddleburg, Vt who hsd resd the report la BBl
1 tic its, and thought it might be hu brother In-law. ,
F J. Jones, hid the body eihumed. He fully Identified .'I
It is Hut ol till brolhrr-lii-ltw, The body and effecut , BBf
were glvcu lo bun by order of Coroner Young,
ailsinkrn for ti I'otltlclau. i
John Mitchell, a laborer, was yesterday acquit- I
ted In the General Nes.lout on an Indictment lor si- ,' .flBJ
tempting to itetl Mr. Peter Hughes's wtlch, On th ' 'H
Dfght of Oct. Si Mitchell itrsyed lato a political meet- ( BBJ
Ing un South street, and while lutentng to a speech , BBJ
from a naiiietake he was tuudeaty advised thtt ho wts a 1BBaJ
lu trouble by a blow in the face ami an osertlon llisl ,
he wtt trylug lo ileal a waich. He Instantly alrclared '
hit Innueeiice, ("it without avail. Hu couniel. Mr. ' HH
Hugh ioleiuati. dhlatturyfor him, tnd the uian'a 1 BB
appi arnn.-e net nrdtiie nullou u ai he wst s pick. i HH
pockit. Hew it out of the court room Invoking ulets- SBf
lags upon ll.i ourt and th Dbtrn t Attorney.
A jssr .Iere' Itiaiik'a Troubles. iBfl
Hubert . Woodw... i ,,, 1'iesldcnt of the New BBJ
llruuiwl isrp ta. .n , , who wo incited on Frb 1 BBJ
day ou rra', m m lo.viraor Hit, upon the requlal. BBJ
Hon of il, , tern,, r of Nt-w Jeriey. was before Judge BBJ
lngrahr. , si, ids) cpju a writ of habeas corpus tued m
outbyl oiiisei, a i arln w Itrooke. Mr. W oodwortrt ,
Isacius f a ti-p.riiig to itefrauit the Hiite llauk uf
ew Uruk. -Uk. N. J.,of tV,iJU0, The can la tttll oa. BBl
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juntas Aiioirr xoirx. i BBJ
Tlio Liverpool arrived last night. BBJ
Mr Joseph llrock Is Informed that Flint's Io. ? BBJ
dlan Pib.e wus urintrd In Cambridge, Man., lo ISM. J aajB
A petition has been filed tn nut Howes tk H BBJ
Macy lulo baukruplcy. The auiwer u returnable next "BBl
Th case of Harry Genot was Intended to BBJ
have been moved tor trlsl In the Oyer tud Terminer j
yeilcrday, but after pnv ate cumultiilon 11 weut over, Ij
Mr. James A. Lucas, who wns for many years
a Irlegrsph operator In the Police Central omce, wat 1 BB
yettrrdsy reappointed, ;vlce James J. Wynne, removed. 'J BBJ
To-night the Iter, George .1. Mlngtns will repeat BBJ
bis lecture, The 1 rue and the Fsltr," in Ihe chapel uf l
the Churctt of ihe Slrsngeri.Ureeneitreet, near biguia f
A Ure nt tho matting and gunny bag factory. BBJ
Sbt and Water street, last evening, cauaed 1-710
dsmage to the ttuck und JiJudauitgo lu building i fully BBl
The New York and Oswego Midland lt.'illroad J BBJ
CompaiD's inlet, si mine piers tnd iiuinllngi at H,e tool q
of Vise) itrrel w at sold J illcrdu) lo Mcitrt. F. & A. -
Ytal.li (or tVjj.asa). BBl
John t. Gohrlght will lecture nn "Personal BBJ
KipiT,, i.ce. , or I ifieeu V ears of an Im-brlate't Life."
In temperance Hell, at KigUlcculb tttvcl audblghlU
ateiiue, lo murrow evening
Tho ttlal ot Mngglo Jonl.Mi. Mrs. Allen, and BBJ
Keeper l.awrcuce Phlilipt wat to have oeeu betun yet. A m
trrday.but uwlug to aoiue hllth In lbs Hltincl Al-
turne) t otnee the etie wai bol called,
Tho grand tableaux and musical entertain- BBJ
meut of tne l.l'erary bocioty uf the I Lurch uf the Dli- BBl
ciplea in Madison avenue, last ulglit. wst a crush, Five
ladles were liken uut of Iho edifice fainting. BJ
Tha ofucors of tho F.leveiith Ward ltellnf As
toi itllon are Maglilli llross, Presnlent I'alrl, k Kff nan
and Patrick Moore, Vleo I'ra-sidelill, aud David Otl
h, im, M'cret.iry. luc beadquarurt are al Vd Aieuuo C, BBl
Mayor llavomryer nonilnnlcil Mr. Henry II.
l'orl. r. Mr. I.dward llcrruu, and ex Pulu-u Justice ,
V)il,'am Dodge, yesterday, I omiiilisli.ni-rt to build a
u.' court huuie tur the third Judicial Dlttrlct, The .
bupervuurs tsbled the nuniinslloni.
(Ifll.'er John Miitgr.ive was Informed yesterday
that a woman was d)iug ou tho topltoor of all Wst er
tireet. He f .titid her in one corner on a h, ap of nilhy
tlraw.wlih hardly enough rauiienl t'j cov rliei persun,
hne had had no iiuurtitiineiii fur several days, bho wss
l.keu to the 1'srk llospllsl.
A delegation of Washington Market men
waited ou the Mayor yr.ttrdat anu aakt-d h into pro-vi-nt
tho etilori-cmeiit uf tho order of the Minorln
tend, ui of Murkeia to remove Du, booths anu stalls on
Ihe sidewalks of Vcsey, W tslilngliin slid W est streets.
The Mayor prom!at,d lo po.tpoue the itocultuu uf lha
order (ur one week.
At a mass ninotliig of the Laborers' Union lust BpJ
Mglll iperUita weie il. lit cred b) the Hull. I holes ri.
hpenrer, the Hon. Peter Woodt, and Messrs. Daly sud
iitlitln. Itesoliilioiis w,re iidooted deprecating th
l iup li.. Use .)sti'iu, ant deiu Hiding Hul tne el v tlnv a
, nun. nl furmsii labor lo thn iii.iiiiplo), ,1 Hut they
mi) lemalii nspeeiuuie ami noi nei-ouiu piinue iisu. pBaaj,
pen. A i oiiimuiee ot Ulty vu tppuluied to wall ua
Ihe oily suthorllies,
Ailrlnii II, MulliT sued tho Mayor, ,Vo., for (lit,-
im, for t'-ivlces at one of Hie tomii ittei to spi.rslse the
ut) iimiiu uu.er uiru'i-vu ol tug Couim. a.i-Pr; ul Bj
i. M.ik ii,. 1 du 1. T he ou-, was c-ilo d lor tiialyetter.
d i) Ii, l, ,e ,lu lee llatis, Jlin topip'r .Iter put lu th
, .o 1 de. a- co thai llieru wus nu money spplitable 1st
I , p i ic.il of the t' ii .i 1 lid Court heid Ills doleuc BB
uiri.iili'ii nt, lloth inlet wcrugtvcD tuuetu amcudUieltT .
I, aolnat. B
Mrs. Ann R. I'nnlec, wife nf Mr, J. A. 1. rsr.
dee, was ton-led yesterday slternoon from her Isia
tcsldince.U.. Kasl 1'weuty sevrulh tlreel. The room
were filled wiih a large number of frlrndi. Thecoma
lid wss hldJen with th wreaths snd deilgnt of rosesi.
Jspoulco. abd luberotei pheed there by frlendt. Th f
tervlcea wereoonduoted by ihe ltev. John 1'arkor of tha BSaSj
Bevenlh Hlreel M, K. Churo'.. of which Mri. Pardee wo
s member lor more man Iwtutj yesri. Itiiiiussuu