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gV0TxLll.-yQ. 315. NEW VOHK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1875. PRICE TWO CENTS.
TUB CAMPAIGN IN OHIO.
ci'iMo v or en n.v.v.i ti .to rits.t
.. o.v riu: m:sri.r.
Vlrws ill I'lclil.Mitrshnl Marnt llnlstrnd
Profound rilrritnrra of llrnrou Itlcbnrd
(in Mb- First llliinil fnr fl. Hrghwn-Thr
rr-i-nJrr P.xhihllltig Ihc While Feather.
t'ii ins-ATI, Aiir. 2. TIhto nuvcr wi
it la"' nr an occasion where It was moroltn
tirtaiil f"r nn earnest seeker after the probable
in jit ut it political canvass to weigh the evl
itiv fur himself than licro nnd now In Cln
rrimtl l'nr example, I repaired to tho offices
tf the f'innmcrrdil, edited l.y tlio liberal-minded
Hurat llalstcad.ntid tlio LV;iilrri, conducted by
II, 0 clear-sighted Juliii A. CucK. rlll, and tin
1 ill, controlled liy the long-headed Fred
iruk ll.ssaurek, Mid list, but nut lo.'M, "IC
(..ijfdc. managed by tlie trulr go' d Do-con
Uichntd Hultb, mid ol.cd them how ll.l-l.rp,
blttir 1UI1I between Jl.i)i ami Allen was golng
to (Hi). Dicr cIlfToivd ench from the other, nnd
II, ic who are on tlio same slilo wero tho widest
pari In llielr calculation.
l'nr Instance, tlio CurnrnrrriViI folks at the first
a.seited that tbo Itcpubllcaus would sweep the
Hiie br an Immense majority. On cross-exnra-leing
them as to tho foundations of their belief
t: i tte re somewhat shaken. At everybody un
il, r-l.iMli. tho Cvrninrtctai Is an Indipendent
7, ul'I.n.n newspaper, conducted on true Jour
,Iimi principles. Until lately It was the lead
Ing liaril inmiey organ In the State, and this was
hi i iiilii.il reason why It preferred Hayes to
Allen. Latterly It seems Inclined to rather
Ifiore the currency Issue and no In hcarllyoti
Hie C.tth'iHc rpicKtlon. This Is undoubtedly duo
lo the pious proclivities ol Its distinguished
Tne fnipilrer Is the foremost ereenback oriran
la Ohio, and ranks high anions the Democratic
newspapers of the country. It has no doubt of
tin let linn of Allen by a decided majority. It
tellcscj that all ho loses from the Germans on
lie currency question that Is to say those Ger
mans who came oror to the DomocraU In the
(Irttley and Temperance campaigns will be
rnsde up more than two-fold from llepubllcans
vbo will now co with the Democrats on the
greenbick question, end especially In the Iron
snJ coal districts.
lbce districts, so often referred tn by both
parties as nut unlikely to turn tho scale In the
f'fitlnn. commence above Portsmouth, on the
Ouli river, and ombrape nearly all the counties
Ijlng east of n linn drawn thenco northwardly
er tmitheaaUrly till you cet well up Into the
Hphtto toward Lake r.rte. I know from per
l mal olwervatlon that these counties are per
mt .led with Iron. coal, and greenback doctrines,
and that the hope ol the Democracy to make
dln In that region on the financial Issue are
cut without foundation.
The Kn7iilrer folk, expect to suffer from the
, i.-hnol question, for example, and In this way:
No reculsr. weather-beaten l)emicrats will
h ate them, whether 1'rottstanU or Cathollos;
tut they will lose not a few Liberal (lermans,
slid, moreover, there will bean Increase ot tho
Itepuiillcan rote In tho twelve thoroughly Pro
testant counties of the lteserve. Nevertheless,
they have no doubt of Allen's election, oecauso,
In their opinion, the Republicans are so donior
slued on finance that they cannot recover by a
B.ink movement against the l'opo.
The VttihrtMt was for year, a leading ltepub.
Mean German paper In the West. ilr. Lincoln
sppolnt-d Its edllor. Mr. llassaurek. Minister to
one of tho South American republics. It went
over to the Democrats In the Greeley campaign,
and has ever since been rather loosely con
nected with the Democratic party, though call
In? Itrlf Llbeaal. It now goes for llnyes,
primarily on the bard money question, second
inlr on the Catholic Issue. What It will do when
It flnda its nlllc deserting It ou nuance to run a
muck on the rchool, remains to be seen for tbo
VelAsMnft peuplu teuin to care a good deal mure
shunt the currency than about the Catholics,
Thedermnn voters In tho State resldu chiefly In
Cincinnati. Cleveland, Toledo, Columbus, Day
Ion, nnd Sandusky, and their numbers are prnbu
l lv In the outer In wbleh I bavo named these
rules. The FolJis'.uttt supposes that mors that
half the Liberal Germans who went over to tho
llemurr.icy within the l.vit three years will now
vote fur Hues ; hut It seems to rceard tho gen
eral result In Oct her as very doubtful,
Alter thus flounJerlmr around In a ten of un
certainty anions common minds. It was refrrsh
liis to cast snuhorln tho Uattlte ofllco und lay
myself, ro to say, alongside of a nun of clear
bead and positive convictions like Deacon Hlclt
ard Smith, Ho has fixed opinions and Is not
afraid to express them ; and In this ho strlklncly
reemhles the late Duko of Wellington. After
i few minutes of pleasant conversation on sen
traltoplci no got down to tho pending cam
talii.and In reply to a question as to how tho
lection moil J result, Doacon Illchard Smith
, re.pnndcd without a moment's hesitation, In
tulistanco thus! "Wo shall elect Hayes by
ro.i.'D majority, and It wilt he solely owlnz to the
H'hool question. If we had stuck to the cur
nnrr lsue we should have been beaten by 30,
V) or lu.Cii). Hut we have baudoned It, and
il.ll row confliio ourselves cbleOy to the Cath
die aspects of tho contest, and wo shall certain
Ifeum tho State byaMK)."
Of r ure 1 ret'ardedllilsassettllncthecontro.
Tent, und therefore did not ask for the grounds
of ttils opinion. Hut the astute editor of the
i Guz-iie went on to give them, and thev In effect
i ncru tuatljst )ear thousands of Hupubllcans
! on II, u Uc-erve, who have got a groat deal of re-
lh.'1'ii, iml did not then vote, will now come out
an.) t.M, (or Hates; and that thousands ot
Liiieral (lermans, who have got no religion nt
all and lasttear voted with the Democrats, will
li w vote against the Catholics,
much for the opinions of some leading
JiMirn. lists In Cincinnati. I fancy thev would
In .iv iiioru about tho contest In the State If
tin V had tiusseMlou of more lucts, nnd would soa
further if tbuy hud not got their o)e so intently
fixed on tho local struggle In this city and
And this reminds mo tn say that an ovent tins
Just occurred In this city which, at the first
b:u,h, and disregarding one pregnant fact,
iriglit well alarm the friends of civil and ro
llglous liberty throughout the world. On Wed-tie-day
of this week the llepubllcans held their
Ciiinty Convention in Cincinnati. This Is n
highly Important body, fur It not only nominated
lull a doze.l Intlucntlal county oftlcers, but four
Ki nstors and ten Heprosontatlves in tho Legis
lature. In the midst of the proceedings the
II hi II. Ugsloston, formerly member of Con
gress, offered n resolution declaring " that tlio
statute known and called tho Getrhan law, pass
ed by the last Legislature, should bo repealod."
A storm immediately buret forth, which ended
In a motion to lay the resolution on the table.
Hils motion was dually declared carried, and
then leavo wan given to Kggleston to withdraw
At tlm Gcrhan law Is the Initial point In the
Ohio criiiudo against tho Catholics, this cxhibl
tlunof the white leather by the crusaders at the
trsi crn-sliig of swords might frighten Protes
tant Christ aus all over the globe, except for
H e fai t that Deacon Itlchard Smith was a mom
1'r, and, of courso, the membor of this Conven
tion ; and after viewing the case In all Its bear
lags he allowed Kggleston to pocket his resolu
tion and retreat In good order.
ghan Is now a hero. If the Democrats
I refute to renominate him for the Legislature he
""I be a martyr. In that event, If the l'ope has
fl any kind of a hat lying around loose In
it"ii e liu might to send It to the man whom
ten 1 1 itestnnt Journals aro already constrained
to.alutt, asftt, (Jeghan.
Yellow Fever at Fori I'lckeni.
,'.",T, IHkiuncas, Kla., Aug. 30. Twonsw
i; "' jell" lever from (ort fickcasi ooe on Hatnr.
ia-ni? . 'e."l.!ruf ? iroups were Bieve4tato
tiuuma I tus un last alibi.
Tin: ohn nniti.n'a suns.
Northern llosiiln In Full Itebelllnn Agnlnst
Tin lrv .Honleneorn iiml M rt la J'reimrin
fur Vnr Agnlnsl the l'ortr.
Los'tiox, Aiir. 30. A siiwlnl tU-spntuli lo
the Timet from llerlin s)s 1
Thcfo Is no ib.iibt that all of northern HijnU
along the IHver nave Is In full rttielllon. Iho
filLdtlves who have sought safety on Christian
soli number elirbt thou-nnd, nnd oro mostly
wltes n'l'l children of tho rebels who have
rie.erted their tillages nnd mado for tho bills.
In llcrzi'irotlim the Insurgents have formed a
national (loternmciit under Lynbobrutlch. Tho
liisiirgent lenilers have bsen nssured by their
Montenegrin friends that very shortly all Mon
teneirii "111 coruo tn tnclr assistance. In Servla
inllllnry i.rei.'iMllons poutliiun. At llelgrado
the Wr Office has ordered the arms nnd necoii
tremenisuf tho inllllh. Including surglr-il ap
piratus. to be made rendy fur Immediate Inspec
tion. The Servian militiamen have been direct
ed tn provide themselves with threo days' food
should they he calleit out. Provisions are being
sturpd In tho fortresses. Arr.im:cineiit bavo
been made to sella all the horses In tho country.
TbeMeady growth of tho rohelllon mar be In
ferred from the following passage In the Monte
negrin ofllclal Journal, the (!! LdnrigoM;
The Insurrection t. ft assuming fonnldt tile dimen
sions, )iii,f,in, nf sirloua Or ient multiply Mm
are .warning for war, and ollvtonrued dlplonitcr la
Unix, lout to prevent them. int. lime Inauitceilnn Is
tore tn result in emancipation, Not the rulers, but the
nations will decide ht is to te done, 11 (tie reneluon
becomes genirsl. rcrvla and Montenegro still not be
Inle tpeitstor. Now, ornevert
VlEnrf A, Aug. 30. Three battalions of the
Turkish expedition, which landed nt Kleck,
hnvo rnnched Mostar. tbo capitul of Hnrzego
vlna. They met with nn opposition on the
march. Four thousand Servians bate entered
Turkish territory and encamped at Noil, whern
thev have seized the telegraph lines. Hinds of
Servians have am eared In the Hilkan Moun
tains, and aro endeavoring to Incite the Uul
various to rite atnlnit tho l'orto.
Tho I'olllloil Coririsj oinh run says Monleueirro
has completed negotiation, with Turkey, by
which the former binds herself to remain neu
tral between Turkey end Herzegovina In con
sideration of certain territorial concessions.
The Ilrltlsh I'olnr Kxucdlllon Pushing North
ward. I.oNDOJf, Atifj. .10. Late advices' from tlio
Government Polar Kxpedltlun have been re
ceived from West Greenland. Tho Alert nnd
Discovery had arrived at Disco after a pleasant
passage from England, lloth sailed from lilt
tenbenk on July 17 for Hpernavlk. All onboard
were well. A letter written by a member nf the
expedition previous to her Ueparlurs from lllt
tenbeuk, Uleenlaud, says:
After leavtai Upernavlx w atrlke ont In the lee In
Melville Pay, which u the meat dsngrroua part nt the
voiaae. When we reach epen water at tho eotrsnre ot
SuiiMi'a Sound we mate (or Carey Hiinrt and thea pro
reed up bmlth'a ttoand. ii-aktDK a runntnz anrver uf
both (liorea, He shall visit (.'apt. liall'a griveai l'o
larit far and then mak tor onr winter nns'ter.. The
Alert, however, w III push on ssfsr toasrd the rote aa
pos.ltilt without rising bcact. and auh.eournllr return
toward us. wintering not more than vno mile from the
IHseorery. Iiotti vrtela will turn aurvrv with a'edgra
before the severe winter cornea on. In the spring two
ot onr Iteatenaols, with alengo panlra, will hdu tha
Alert, wheu s start will t made toward the Pole witn
sli tieCges. one aledtje will leave the oartr and retnrn
every wees or ao, irsu.ferring It. aurplua pruviaiou.
tn tlis others. When the riplnrlag party Is thua re-duc-t
to one aleiige. thai will puah on alone and rrsrh
tin pok nt lUrli. Who will bars this distinguished
hoi or 1 do ret know i tiut I laocy it win be Cuuui.aadfr
Mtrkham of the Alert, tf this la dime sslolarltirlly
and all the aurvrva are compietwi wa snail return iiomn
durlugtlie autumn or next voar i but If not we ahail
slay oat a aieoml winter, rnurr aor circumstance,
ovur which we liam any control, e alutll uul alai out
lOLtcr than that.
The Carllsls lllerniirnged.
Home. Aiir. ;w. TIiu l'ucf tfdfa I'crtfa
a iya editorially that the capitulation of Sen do
L'rgel may detcrmtno Don Carlos to disband bis
forces and await a mure favorable period toro
new tho struggle.
Saw SKnASTMtf, Aug. W.-Intelllgonco from
ToIosa It to the effect that the Carllsts are
greatly discouraged. Don Carlos Is at Durango.
MAliltttt. Aug. 30. It Is officially announced
that Qulntanllla's band ot Carllsts has been
completely routed near SantauJer.
Cnnllnal .llrCloskey'a .HUalon to Kome.
IIomc, Aug. 30. Cunlliiul Mt t'loakpy U
expected to arrive In Home on Sept. 4. He will
only recclvo the ring and the titles pertaining tn
his new dlgnltv. He will not receive the bat,
be-auae IU Investiture would entail a grand
l'he following prelates will bo created Cardi
nals at the licit Coml-torv : Antici. Mattel. Pac
es, Hindi. Slmeoul, Vltelleschl, and the Arch
bishop of IIciiiks,
Chrleilnna Plei'lnir llernre the Turka.
Viiin.na, Ati. 30 Tlio i'rwc snyi 21,000
Hosnlan Christians have tied to Austrian terri
tory. '1 he n hole district from the mountains to
tho rivers L'nna nnd Sanna has been abandoned
bv tho Christiana nnd devastated by the Turks.
Humors. (Itemed unreliable, however, are afloat
to the effect that Prince Milan of Servla has ab
dicated. Mkitka, of Montenegro, has been op
P luted Generalissimo of the llotclan Insurgents.
tju; m:;i: i.wintJtKCTiox.
Judge ller'schel V, Johnson linpnrttnl
Chnrge sal the Trlul's lleglnnlug,
ArorsTA, (in., Aus. :!0. Tlio trial of Uiu
negroes rhnrged with Insurrection began to-day
at Sandersvllle, Judge Herschel V. Johnson
(itesldlng, Ho made a fair and Impartial charge
to thn Grand Jury, which Is composed of tho
best citizens of the county, the foreman being
Master of tho State Orango. The Judgo cau
tioned the Jurymen tn divest themselves of ell
passion and prejudice, aud Instructed them to
conform etrlc'ty to the law nnd to expel from
their hiisums every feeling of hatred, malice, or
The fact that thoso charged with participation
In this plot of Insurrection are those who wero
lutely our slaves, may Intlatno tho Indignation
uf tbo whites and Intensify their feeling of In
eccurlty: but we must watch ourselves on this
point. Tbcy are free, and entitled to a fair
and Impartial trial; the law throws over both
races the same arm equal protection. The Jury
In llielr Investigations must Ignoro tho fact that
tlio accused are negroe, that they were ovor
slaves, nnd deal with them as if they were
ttlilles. lie paid a iil.'h compliment to the cool
ness and forbearance of the Mill ten, and In
Htnnced the fact that no't a single drop of blood
had been shed.
In the trial tho Btalo will e represented by
the State and District Attorney-General and
others, and the auiurcd by the Hon. A. T. Aker
man mid several conspicuous members of the
Trolling nl 1'lei lwonil.
The trotting testerdav at Fleetwood Park was
esct'llcnt. Tho first race was a aweepstakra, mile tieatr,
best a tn 5. The three ronteatanta were J. U. Kelly'a
r. g Frcii. Tyler, to rotd wagoni M. Mryira'a b. in,
Carrie Meyers, la harncta, and J. Timothy's P. g. Judge
Urdle, tu barneaa. Ibu betting waa 150 on Fred. Tyler
and I0 on Ihe Held. Carrie Me) er. won the flrat heat
hr a linuth In Ii:t7. Judge lie lie second, and Fred,
lylrr laird. The tiritiug then changed, and Carrie
Meiers In turn brcauie H,o fatorlte. brio won the sec
ond heat In t&, with lledl a second, and Kred. Tt ler
ililrd. The' third heat was eaoture I by lleillnlnSiSSK,
Fred, lyler arcnmi, ami Carrie Me) era third. 1 ri-u,
T)kr won the fourth heat, atler an caching struggle
with Juagc lledle. In i':liiu. the ntih heat and race
( arrle Merer, won by a neck from r red lyler in liiss,
Juilge liedle won erond money, and Fred. Tyler third.
'Ihe second rtre, a match for t-uo. mile In as, brat 3
in 6. lo wagon, was bcueen s. M. MudtTsteln's b. g.
Jacob lies, and J, U. Kcllv'a bllr. ui. Uyrty Ihe latter
wisa the fatorlte in Iho pouts, Hess won the nrat and
second neuta ai ttla ease in 11:03 and 11:01. Ihe knowing
onea were suru tho race waa over, when, much to their
turprUe, Uypsy won the third, fourth, sad 0lh beats
in tplcnald style In 8:20, 2:5:,, and a 01.
Itlchps In a I'lnthrr lied,
Mrs. Michael McQrcavy of S5 Douglass street,
llrooklrn, some time age bought a frather bed In Sev
enth avenue, New York, and when she had uaed It for a
ttlille she found a hard lump tn It which the thought
waa lead Uat bad been pnt there to chest her. Mhe rip
ped Ihe bed open, and threw the aubatance, which waa
ilrd up In a rag. out of tho window. Kdwsrd U'Mslleu,
aon ol a tailor at U5 Douglass street, picked up the par.
eel, untied II, and found auno in gold pleeca. He took
them to hla f alhi r. tt ho, likes good psreut, put them lu
hlapoiket. When Mrs. McUreavy biard of the O'Slnl
len good fortune she waa wild, sad demanded the
mi, net, hut O Mallrn refused to give It up. Then aae bad
Mm arrested for grand larceur, and the case wss tried
before Justice vtalsh yealordai afternoon. Tie coin,
plalut tvaa dumlssed, but the Judge ordered O'Mallcn
lo retura the money.
What II Cost to Hnvo Ibo Life ol a Cat,
IIoston, Aug. 30. Yesterday at Itopklnton,
twenty miles from Boston, Mornt Ityan, sged HI ) ears,
started down stslrs with a loaded gun, Intending to
shoot a cat. His sister Mary, aged la years, who de
sired lo ssveths cat's life, csuthi her brother by tbs
shoulder to poll him back. At the ssme mninrnf, two
other titters, younger than Mary.eanie to the bead of
the stairs, in the scufflo uclweeu Morris and Mary, tha
gun went off, killing Mary and ont of the other sisters.
The third sister was wounded In the arm, aud Morris
as wounded la the leg. The mother, sirs. Iljan, Is a
The Modoc tJnug'e Luteal Exploit.
This notorious gang which haunts Union mil
sndOultenbergoo Sunday visited J. Fisher 'a saloon la
Niks avenue, and served him as they did about a month
ago. After Mating Fisher until he was. unconscious,
tney set kega of lager beer running, tad left BO sxllslt
of f icpiturs lo taiboue at to uio.
THE SAN FKANCISCO CRASH
rjfj; UAsifs iiv.a rtr.n tii.i.v
at must iii:vhi:hi:sti:i.
Why llnlslon's Itcstgnnllon vrna Demnnrfed
Merchant llxrhnnge nnd Niilloiuil (lold
llimltannd Trust Company Still Closed.
San Fhaxciuco, Aug. 30. Tlio tlced of
llalston to William Sharon convvs nil his prop
irty, real and personal, wherever found, and
absolute ownership. It gives tlio tight to ills
po e of the same on such terms nnd prices ns he
deems best, nnd to apply tlio proceeds thereof
to such purposes nnd uses as ho may deem best
for our Joint and several Interests.
The Hoard of Supervisors of San Frtnelsco
county vciterdny met with closed doors. It Is
feared that a heated dl-cusslon took place, nnd
that the policy of passing no resolutions In
memory of Halston was ndnptcd, with only one
dlssoiillng vote. A majority of the board Into
signified their Intention of attending the funeral
In their ptlvate capacities. Ilmlnem will be to
n great extent ruspended during Iho funeral.
The Merchants' Lxcliangc Hank did not open
this uiorulng, In arenrdanco with tho almost
positive nssurance of tho secretary given yester
day. It may postlhlr do so during the day, but
this villi depend on thn success of the negotia
tions now rending. The officers are apparently
somewhat less confident of Immediate resump
tion than yesterday, but snv that nnv delav Is
merely temporary. The National Gold Hank and
Trust Company Is still closed, and its officers
aro unable to a ,y when they st III resume.
A prominent hanker says that the Immediate
rnusti of thn demand by tho nlrectora of the
Dank of U illfornln fnr Ilalstou'a resignation was
the dlsoovrry by tbein during the Investigation
of a lot of bills receivable from Irresponsible
parties, aggregating In the neighborhood of n
million dollars, with no collaterals. He also
stated that It waa the Intention of the directors
to iiuto suhscqueotfv called llalston Into their
counsels iu avail themselves of his Intimate
knowledge of the business of the bank.
Humors were alloat tbls morning nf attach
ments Isatiud against the I lank of California,
hut reference to tho records show nothing of
the kind as yet. It u reported that some stork
brokers and others who have borrowed largo
sums, In one rnse amounting tn .yw.QOO, for the
benefit of the Hank of California, securing their
own bills payablo with the stock of the bank,
are liable to become hoiitlly Involved. The
stock of the Hank of Callforiila!cannot be gltcn
uway ot present.
Half a million itrll.tr In gold was transferred
by the Suit-Treasury hero to-day to banks, ad
ditional to the amounts previously reported,
but It It not mentioned to what batiks It hat
A number of esses are reported to-day In
which commercial paper has cone tn protest. In
tome Instances of prominent firms, but no dis
position Is shown to take any action on the pro
tests nr to push endorsers. In iho nmlorltynf
casos the notes bare been partly paid and re
newed. The funeral services of the late Mr. Hnltton
were hsld this afternoon at Calvary Presbvterlaii
Churrh. The services were rnnilucted bv the
Kov. Jim. Ilemphell. The National Guard waa
Inigely repress ntcd ; alsolumiiy civic aud benev
olent associations, the oncers and employees of
the various manufacturing enterprises, corpora
tions, educational und business bodies, and an
tin ma use concourse of cltlrelis utteltded. The
Uses of the city nro nt half mast, and many busi
ness places closed.
KXTE.NT Ol" TUB ntNK'S LOSS.
The San Francisco commercial correspondent
of the Sacriimrnto Kronl Colon, a well-known
writer, and no who has heretofore taken n
pretty favorable view of all tho movements
made by the managers of tho Hank of Califor
nia, makes the follnwlnir algiilDcani statement,
which the DulUttn reprints:
"M"antlme, the Investigation bv ihe trustees
Into tho affnlrs uf the collapsed bank has pro
ceeded, and some new facts have gradually be
come knots n that create n good deal of anxiety
tn receive tho forthcoming report aud know the
worst. It can ho staled that the condition of
the bank's affaire Is far worse than dreamed of,
and thnt tho Executive Committee of Ihe lloird
of Trusluo. wbose duty It Is tu verify tbe
monthly exhibit of thu managers, has been sys
tematically itrccltcd fur some time past. These
monthly exhihlu have failed to detail the true
state of accounting, l'.ven If tbo t.tte
inentis that are man-1 tn wvlHufuruied
circles as to improper entries upon the
books and Important obligations Incurred
but not entered at all, and orer-l-suen of
cnpllul stuck fur the purpose of hypothecating,
should ultimately be qualified, tho fact will re
nmin that at the tlm of the crash the bank was
rotten through nnd through. The whole cud
I nl of t5.in,uun. and the wholo aurplua uf (1,
bui.UXIon top of that, are gone, and the and Inl
and of Indebtedness remains for which tho
stockholders In their Individual capacity aro
lianlo to be called on. Assois tun laigo nomi
nal amount are discovered upon which a smalt
perceutsgo only pen be realized, and many of
which nro worthless, '1 be b nk has latterly
been a heavy borrower In n quiet way In this
market, nnd lulf a score nf the wealthiest capi
talists bavo been recently victimized In sums
counted by tho quarter und half mil, Ion. At
least one who, butt ever, can afford It, has been
hit ettu more heavily."
Tho funeral of llalston to day waa tho most
Impnsli'g ovor ultneased In this cltv. Ihe
srrtlces wero conducted at Calvary Church,
which was crowded tu its utmost capicltr and a
rnncourse of citizens numbering probably yi),()0
gullien-d nrouud the church ouuldx. The In
terior of tbo church was decorated with flowers
and runrral wreaths. At the conclusion of the
services In the church the funeral procession
was formed, and consisted of tho following :
A battalion of cavalrt, threo regiments of In
fant rv, u battery of artillery. Templar Lodge uf
Odd Fellows: tho clergy and hearse, with tbe
following pill bearers: It. F. Morrow, Win, Hur
ling. D. U. Mills, II. P. Wakelre, Win. tf. Sharon,
D. 1) Colton, 3. M. Wilson, Wm. Alvord, John
O. Karl, Louis A, Gnrnet, M, Llvlucston,
Thomas Hell, George rl. Dodgo, Peter Dona
hue. Col, W. It. L. llarnes, the Hon. Ogdtn
Huffman, the Hon. Cornelius Cole. W, K.
Vandersllce, W. It. Dietrich. A.A.Cohen, nud
Charles Clattnn, with tho First Infantry aa a
guard of honor to the hearse, followed by the
clerks of tho Hank of California, tho Hegenti
nnd Fa-ultr nf tho I'lilvumltv, members of tbe
Chamber of Commerce, members ol tbe Meek
Hxchango mid Pnclllo Stock Exchange, uicm.
hers nnd friends of the family lu rairrlaee.t, otll
cers and umplotces of the manufacturing con
cerns in which tho deceased bad been Inter
ested, and a coucourso of citizens numborlng
thousands brought up the ror. Tho services
ntthe cemetery were conducted according to
thu rites of the Odd Fellow s. The slieets en
route uf the procession were lined with people,
aud there was a great gathering at the cemetery.
New JrrsiVs Defaulting Treasurer,
TnrNTO.N, Aug. 3iX Now Jeraoy'a defaulting
ftate Trrsanrcr, Sooy, was not arraigned for ciatnlna.
tlon to-day, owing to hla shattered mental and physical
condition, An unfounded rumor tts current to-night
that he bad committed auirlde. Invratlgation lo-dav
disclosed that be had ICH.ooo deposited in the Union
Hank ot Mount llollr which did not i.ppesron the books
in tneTrrasurrr's office, aud lia.uodot State funds in
the aame bank In Ma own nriue. Thla leaves a total
dtoett of siil.ooo. tlor. Iledlo ss)S thst he has not yet
dicided upon convening the I.cgUlature to Impeach
booy. Ilie prisoner will bo srrslgned sattnto-inorrow.
It Is understood that be naa retained ex-8enator John
C. Tescirk aud William II. barton as I. Is couus-l. Ilo
will t,e tried before the Court of Oyer snd Terminer In
Mercer county next October, alter the usual course la
taken Py the Grand Jury. TlieUoverunr,.Iohn tv.Tsy.
lor, 1're.ldtnt of the Heuate, Beerrtsry of mate ICclsey,
Comptroller Ituuvon, snd other Slalo officials, held
three or four coiifrreucca to-dar. It la probable that
unless booy Is prevailed on to realgn the Legislature
win he convened, booy cannot furnish the ball, fixed
A lllgliwiiymaii'si Confession,
LrtrTueittoy-JnoriiiiiC' -Vr, John Hughes, a
well-known contractor of Jersey City, was found on.
conscious In Coniumnlpaw avenue, having been robbed
of a watch and chain. Police Cant. Dlckaon hat two
men named Nortou and Walton arrested on suspicion,
snd yeaterdsy Wstton confessed betoru Justice Keese
that he snd Morion were the culprits, that Nortou
knocked Mr, Ilughra down with a blackjack and hat.
tered him until be was unconscious, and then they both
rifled his pocketa. Thev pawned the watili in New
York, and when arrested Wa tson threw swsy s ehsin
sud ring he had taken, aid gavo iho money received for
tha waich to one James Bhca. On thla Information
bhea was arretted.
Oppoalug tbe Coustllutlonnl Amendments,
III vlotvnf the eloctlona to takeplacoon tha
7th of September on the proposed amendments to the
chsrternf tlmfitateot N'cw Jcrsev, Mayor Traphagen
of Jeraey City has called on the cltlstus to aasemble In
thecatholio Institute lu Third street, Jersey City, to
morrow evening to dltcnta the pruper meana of defeat,
ing the smendment which refers to the tsxlug of
murwayrs, which. If adopted, must cauae tbe inonered
inatltutlona lo call in their money, thereby crippling
tbe intercut of the cttlient and the mtsufactoriei la
A Duel lu Ihe Dark.
Waco, Texas, Aug. 29, A duel was fought on
Saturday night, In tha dark, between Chtrlet Carrlck
and J. M, Turner. The aiatanee was four fret, and the
wesnona were aixanooters. Three ahota were nred.
Turner was killed, 1 he afialr arote out of a quarrel on
torn trivial matter.
Alternated rtulcldo of a Printer.
MANOiidTiit, N. II., Aug, 80. William Dates,
a printer, recentlr from New York city, attempted tut
elde yetterdty afternoon at bis boarding house In this
city, by slabbing himself in ihe left breast sear the
bsart. It Is thought he will recover.
ltKLVl'.S A CO.'S A S3 H tilt.
Denying nil the Allrsnlleus Scl Forth In Ihe
Complaint .llniie by tkrC.nml Commission
-Demanding nHpi-edf Trlnl.
Sviuct'SE, Atik'. 30. To-lay Messrs. Don
nlson, llolJen and Gale, thn defendants In tho
suit brjught by tho people for tho recovery of
(lOt.MI.W, alleged to have been fraudulently ob
talned through Iho Port 8chulcr and Lower
Mohawk Aqueduct contract, scrroJ their
answer on Altortio)-(Ienoral Pratt, through
their attornos, Messrs. linger and lilscock. The
defendants deny each nnd every allegation In
tho complaint. They declare the work nud ma
terials were Justly and reasonably worth tho
sum of 1 10 1, Ml .05, Thoy speclflcally deny each
nnd every allegation which imputes to them any
fraud, or tho use of any Improper or undue In
fluence, or any corrupt combinations, or cullu
Biouswlth tho officers of thu St:.te, or tlio uaoof
any false pretenses or vouchors In obtaining any
credit, money, or iuiv citlmitos, nfflJavItt or
certificates from any of the officers nr agents of
tlioHtate. Thoy aver that ull moneys were paid
to them by and all estimates wero made by tho
duly authorized nnd accredited officers of the
Tho Syracuse f'oiirirr of to-morrow will con
tain the answer of the defendants In full. Tho
following letter was sent to Atto-uey-Gcneral
Pratt by Messrs. Hurer und llisuock :
Stntcisi, .' Y., Aug. 30, 1TS.
7o f .in. D. VoU, AKornti- Utntral.
Data flat Having trla day filed sml served tlm an.
awers lo the esse of the people of the Htsleof New
Wti against James J. Ileldcn. llrury 1). licntson, A
I til wru HrPIrn, sml Ih iJial uslr. su.l thus tsn.r.l an
iLe. we desire tuoffer some itwgisllont tu facilitate a
apeniy trial and examination of the matters
lu controversy. We ss.ou.io thst tbe Btste Hav
ing had a Commission wlih large powers filling for
setersl months with tbo sole oalect of discovering
Iranda alleged to have becu commltb t by thedelen
Carta, have In their possession all anch fjcts as tney
deem necessary to prove on the trial agaluat ua, and
that they Uterrfoit hast no reason tonelsv thsrlgoruus
prosrcoilon of tho action. The defend tnta claim that
thev have been subjected to nufuuuded accusation of
dishonesty ana corruntlnn t thaiinov nave beeu held to
ball In unprecedented aniounta u,ion ex parte rrpresen
tations, and hate, aa II ateint to theai, solely for pur
poses of oppression, also bad their property seiird and
attached lu an amount largely In eicvss uf auv claim
wnlcn eonld be rcitonablr msdo Py tnc Mate fur any
purposes of security or any other Just or legiti
uiste cause. Thry are therefore desirous ot reliev
ing thrmaelvts from thrss hardens st soon as
It may tie conveniently arcoropltshcd, without
the o-lsrt whtcn usually attend the prosecution of
legal salons, and for thai purpose met hereby offer to
waive anr formal notices or proceedings, snd will liu
niealate,y proceed tn tas tntl of the case st sny time
and place, or before any tribunal that the Attorney
(lenersl may Indicate i snd If no other tribunal msy ba
selected we will consent to proceed to the Immediate
trial of iMicsse before one or mere of the following
gentlemen, to be selected by the AttorutyKJeoersI i
Ilea, Arawa J. Parker, All any i Hon. Bauin'l llano,
Albany i Hon. Praaeia Kernsn, t'tlcai lion. Alciander
H. lolma.in, utlca i Ccarles .Mason, t'tlcaillon. Wll
llau J. llaeon. L'llrstllon. Addtaon Uardnrr. Itocb
estert Uou. Henry Icrteldeu. ttoehe.ier. or will our
aeltea select one or more men from any list ot names
presented to na by tne Atterney-Ueneral, to try thla
case. Hoping to receive an earlr reply to this pioposl.
tlon, e remain, retpecttuily, your obedient servant!,
F 1 1 1 -O C K,
Ilornllo Sevinour, Jr., Ollered Ihe Posllluu
of DIvUlou tsglneer Ilatls's Hull.
Aliianv. Aus. 3X The position of Divi
sion engineer, ad Interim, vlco Jubn II. Yates,
suspended, bis been tendered to Horatio Sey
mour, Jr by State FuglDeer Sweet and Canal
Commissioner Tha) sr. Mr. Seymour has not
It Is rumored thft the Attorney-General will
not accept of Peter Hog.ui .us ball for Canal Ap
praiser Davis ; but tlio friends uf that gentle,
man nay llogun would not hve sworn ho was
worth 43XUM unless he wis. Deputy Attorney
General Falrcblld says lis will mako a thorough
examination of the financial standing of both
bondimen befo.o the Attornet-Geiierul will
accept them. It Is understood that Davis will
resign his position ot Canal Appraiser, though
ho claims that hla actl o In the Hand award
wu eullrtly itralgbtfurtvard and proper.
a SKir itociiKi.Li: nnv.
A Carpet Fitrtorv. n Dry lioade Store, and
olhrr Hullillnss Drst rayed-Lose, WJO.nnO.
Thu two-story fmino linllillng In Cfiitr?
arriiue, New Ilo. belle, owned by Almh Hlgglns
and uccuplod lit J. Watton, a carpet weaver, as
a shop and residence, was discovered to bo on
fire about S o'clock jtatercday morning. Mr.
Watson and his family escaped without saving
an)thtng, and the alarm was quickly given. Tho
entire Fire Department of tho village, consist
ing of one hand engine, ono honk and ladder
truck, and a chemical engine, or large Are extin
guisher on wheels, wero quickly put to work by
(Tib f llcvere. Tbo Are was burning fiercely In
the midst or a bunch nf seven frstnn buildings.
On tbe east was the tro.vl, tree-covered lawn nf
the Lo Hoy House, running from Main atreot
back to the hotel, 2i0 feel southeast of tho
threatened block. Across Centre arrnuo there
were no buildings In danger, but even tho width
of Main street did not Insure the safety of thn
business buildings and an aristocratic club
house opposlto tho fire. After the attempt to
extinguish tho Ore had failed for lack of water
tbo Ore dtiparlmeiit went to work to prevent
thu spread of tho Uro beyond the block In which
It started. In this they were successful,
although It was a narrow escape. The damns
spread to tha Centre avenue wlnu of Gen, Fer
guson A- Co.'a three-story building, which also
had a front on Main street. This store lately
added tn and Improved was filled with a large
slock of fancy and staple groceries, crockery,
feed, ic, Enclosed by the two tslngs of the
Ferguson bullilng was Mrs. C. Hirne's shoe
store. This was next burned. Some nf tho
stock was saved In a damaged condition. T. W.
Murrat's liquor store In Centrs avenue was next
In Main street, E. O. Clsrk's dry goods store
caught from the Fereuson building, nnd from
that the 1 v office of Charles If. Hoosevelt. the
."eereturv of the Itapld Transit Association.
The building owned and occupied by Justice
WIHUui K Huiupliret as a drug store and a
dollar store was next In the line nf fire. Iloforo
It was well afire the next row of bull, lings sepa
rated froui It by tho failloy House Lawn waa
seen to be In danger. Knowing It to be Impos
sible to save Humphrey's building, Chief Itevero
urderod It blown up. Two or three kegs of pow
der accomplished thlt and the spreading of the
Uro was over. Water wat poured on the ruins
until da) light, and last evening, the fire com
pany was nguln called out tu play upon the al
most blazing pile.
Tbe upper ttorles of three nf the seven build
ings were occupied hytho families of the keep
ers nf tho storos below. Of domestic effects,
hut little was saved. Tbe aggregate loss It
estimated at t'J(tU. The Insurance cannot he
given until the safes nre taken from the ruins,
though It Is known to ho small. 1 ho origin of
the lire Is unaccountable, and there are there
fore suspicions of Incendiarism. Watson, the
weaver, says that the tiro did not originate In
hU place, but In the vacant space betttoeti that
and tbe Ferguson building.
Tne Irishmen's Welcome lo Harry -"iilllvisii.
CommodoroTooker't'.laureU aa a "f.rotvellor"
psle lutj Instgiilncsnce before thoso he achieved last
nliilit as a " wrlromer" of Parry Bulltvan. It ooly
ueeded the hint that might be inferred trota Iho Irapo
dlan's namo that he was tn Irishman, Twenty,
third street and Filth avenue Tor two blocHt around
booth's Theatre we-j packed with enthnslsstlo Irish
men, most ot whom tuu no other conception of ttnst
they had tsaimbled tu do than was ciprmacd by their
repealed t hee-f.
Hie billy ninth Iteglment turned out four men to
one thu thry tiavo shown al any Imc atated parade.
Thel-partol Ihe pageant waa to escort the tragedian
'vdie tlirstrr. Ihe reguurnl usiuibird al the Fifth
Atenue lloiel Indlvbuisllr for tuts purpose.
Mr. bulhtau and the iraclion of tbe Irish learn attend
ing stepped luto carr.agi a, the rockets utiuounring the
atart were fired off. and the procession bad reached tha
fieatre almost befuro the' multitude kuew what Kail
Corruption nl Poverty Corner.
Custom House !nspectr-s Samuel C. Swazle
and Lemuel U Nodlne aro accused before Commissioner
Osbora with taking bribes from passengers In the
alesmer The Queen to pita smuggled goods, Tney were
arretted a month ago by order of the Secretary ot the
Tresaury, but their arrest waa not made known until
Icsterday, efforts having been made to keep It aecret,
Inua I biatea Deputy Marshal Crowley made an affida
vit that ho raw them rucelte two sovereigns each on
the National btesinshlp Companr'a wharf to past three
trunks without eianuuuion. Ibchavo given ball lu
I'j.oooesch. I. award llurrsrof 1(11 haat lieili atteet,
anilJona Mlicliell of fa-ooklyn lircouuug their auretles.
UoiU efflcertconilnut on dulr la tne Custon House.
A Negro Aesussln Caught.
Mituriiis, Aug.ao. Alock Fiophenson, tho ne
gro who aaaaatlna'cd James II. McNeill last Frhlar,
near Hcanlan's Landing, Ark., was srrettrd on Saturday
and committed without ball, he having been Identified
by McNeill'ahelr.aa tho negro aeeu eacaplng wheu the
shot wsa fired. Ft It believed Htrpnensou wat Instigated
to kill McNeill If other parlies.
A I'Sinquet lo Henry Pnlton.
Last nlght.MaJor Henry Pulton, of the Ameri
can Team, was tbe guest of tue,-vtrsl lodges of Free
Masons tn V'llllamaburgh-heJjs, EtXUttOl Pfp
gresalvo Lcsljje-the osugas'i beina In tbe psnquetlng
ball of I)o Witt .VIJuTob ttomuianderr In Ilroadway.
lbs mimosa- of -covers wat Hunted to seventt-five.ao
that rrurcsent.il,,., 0, rrom ftCh lodge obtained ad
mission. Or, entries A, Dosne, sisster ot Progressive
boogo, pr sailed, and acted as toast mtittr.
atom; vnnnrs or isnr.n.isirr to
a vriso vosritT.
Friendless, MeU, Htnrvlug, Tnrlnred-l.ea lo
IHp-Thp Phtslclnn'a Neglect-Tossed Into
the Hlver llecanse lie Conld Sol Work,
Tlio Coininlssloni'M of Clmrltlpa nnd Cor
rections p atod tho following yesterday t
llevlrtd. Thst If In tho Invrslliratlon ordered In the
esse of Connolly, sny evldenre is sddurej in trove that
an otOei r or keel er his violttcd the tules of ti depsrt
ment hr beailng or strlaing a prisoner etcept for s- if.
protection, the Wsroen bo rlirerteil to suspend him
from duty, and report him for inrtsnl dismissal.
Commissioners llretinan and llilloy went to
lllnckwell'a Island, and summoned the witnesses
before thctn. The nfllrers and keepers exam
Incd all admitted that thev were acquainted
with tlio rule prohibiting them from striking
or swearing at tho prisoners.
1 bonus Corcoran, a hall kcopor, was appointed
In May, 1873. He never saw Deputy Warden
Cotvenhoren or any of tho officers or keepers
strlk" Connolly, but he had heard Cotrciihuven
inenr nt him and also at tlio uther prisoners and
Charles Usbnrno wns appointed keeper April
21. I'd. lji-t Tl.ursilny ho saw Connolly work
ing tn Keeper Genrcy's gang. Tlio prisoner had
no hat, and witness said to him, "How sre you,
Mike?" He replied that ho was very III. and
witness told him lo go Into the shed and sit
down. Half nn hour nfterttnrd Doyle, one nt
the guards, went In, nnd made him gn out and
enrrr lumber. His work did not nlcvto tho
guard, who thereupon struck him ut le.iit twice
upon tlie n.nid mid body. Cnwrnhovcii saw
lilm nnd urged lloylu to forco him to work, lie
struck him with a thick stick three or four
times nn tho legs and shoulders, swearing at
him as ho did so,
Michael Kennedy hnd been a pen'.lcnttnry
keeper since June If, 1871. He taw lloylo strike
and shovo Connolly.
James ltn)lo had sorrod at guard In the peni
tentiary fur fifteen months. He looked upon
Cotinolly.be said, as a kind of half Idiot, On
Wednesday, Aug. 25, he waa sent to hla gang,
and worked pretty well during the afternoon.
On Thursday ho was sot to carrying planks. Cow
enhoven told tt Itncss to " put that big loafer to
ttork," adding that he believed tho guard was
afraid of bun. Witness saw that he was clumsy
and did not think him fit to work, ao he " tapped
him with his cane, but did not atrlke to hurt
him." He never swot at Connolly, nor, so far
as ho could recollect, at any of the prisoners,
though he was compelled occasionally tu use
Patrick (leery Is a mcdlum-tlied man, about
thirty-seven years of age, with a keen, sinister
expression. Ho said be bad been a penitentiary
keeper for five years. On Monday, Aug. 23, ho
saw a prisoner atrlke Connolly and knock him
down. He drew the Deputy Warden's attention
to It. aud Cowenhoven responded by going out
In the afternoon and hitting Connolly four or
the times on the shoulder and hand. He then
kicked him al least three times. Witness had
hoard Cowenhoven swear at the prisoners at
least twenty timet.
John i:. Flagler, storekeeper at tho peniten
tiary, tettltled that on Aug, 'JO be sawCowen
liovon ropeatedly strike Connolly with a heavy
stick, nnd when the prisoner tried to protect
himself be swore at him and struck hi in on tho
Samuel Jsash. the storekeeper clerk, testified
that on Aug. 21 he saw Cutvouhoven abusing
Connolly. He struck him lite or tlx times with
a heavy stick. and swor at til m ngaln nnd niraln.
John J.Fallon wns appointed keeper June 0.
Jt75. He first saw Connolly about the middle of
June In McKeuna's gang, unloading ashes. The
prisoner lagged nnd did not work properly, and
tbe next day MeKenna said he must work, arid
tapped him lightly with his stick. Connolly
wns alterward transferred to lleeao and bkelly't
gang, Witness saw Keese strike hi in two or
Dr. Llnehan. acting house physician nf the
Charitv Hospital, said he was first culled to see
Connolly on Monday or 'luoday. He formed no
decided opinion as to the prisoner's condition,
and hu told u keeper to keep lilm In a cell, and
watch him. He thought tho man was foolish,
but did not tell any one he was " shamming ill.'1
He was tn the prison nt six o'clock ou the morn
ing Connolly died, but ho gut no notice al that
time. At eight o'clock he was sent for, but when
ho arrived In the penitentiary, Connolly waa In
a comatose condition, and ho died a few ui I ti
Timothy Skelly, being questioned Informally
after the Investigation had been closed for the
day, said be had been a keeper elnce February.
On Wednesday be taw Geary strike Connoll)
with n piece nf lath, but apparently without In
tending to hurt Is I sis. He never saw him strike
tho prisoner on any uther occasion. Ha had
seen Unit enhoven raise a stick aboro Coiiiiollv'a
head, otid heard lilm uso threatening language,
but never saw him strike tlie prisoner.
'Ihe Commissioners had Intended to summon
f ittcnluivon before them, but tho Deputy War
den left lilsckwell's Islandeailyln the tiiornlug,
saying ho was going to consult his counsel In
Now York, und hud not returned when linkers
Lavden and Flag arrived with warrants fur his
and Geary's arrest.
'Ihe Commissioners returned to New York,
and then formally discharged Cotvenhuven,
lloylo, nud Geary from tho department: nnd re
solved to lay tho testimony taken yesterday be
fore tbo District Attorney; suspended Keese
and ordered him beforu tbe board to answer the
charge of cruelty toCoiinnlly, Ihe hall-keepers,
Haywood and Corcoran, w ere transferred to out
tide dutv. The failure of tho acting house phy
sician of tbe Charity Hospital to attend Con
nolly when he was unable to decldo upon his
condition, waa resolved by the Commissioners
to bu reprehenslblo, nnd the neglect was re
ferred to the Medical Hoard of the Charity Hos
pital fnr prompt Inquiry and action.
The investigation Is not concluded, and Judg
ing Irom tbo prompt action of tha Commission
ers so far, the services uf several other officials
will be dispensed with before It closes. Hoth
Geary and Cowenhoven still bo takeu before
Coroner Croker tills morning.
John Sullivan, who tuts discharged from tho
penitentiary Inst Friday after a ein's Imprison
ment, ta Connolly was 111 uaed by both keep
ers and prisoners. He saw two of tho latter,
urged on by Geary, throw him off the dock Into
the river whllo he wns working at an ash barge.
When pullod out half druwtied, Geary struck
him with a club, and gave him no dinner that
day. Ho was weak and In pour health when be
went tu the prison, and C'owenoven used fre
quently to make blip dance whllo tho gangs
wero at work until he fell from exhaustion. He
was lockod op mure than the others, and often
left without food. Ills narrow was filled to full
of utiles thnt ho could hardly move It, and then
he was Licked and boaten for alleged lazluei.s.
Somo of the other prisoner h id compassion for
him, nud whenever nn opportunity offered they
threw scraps of food to him through the bars of
James Genre, the keeper, was locked up In tbo
Police Central Office Inst night.
A Man with Poison lu bis Pocket Wultlug
Yeitra tor Courage lo rstvnllovr It
llcliiholdt Sntder, uf Harrison, N. J attempt
ed tu commit suicide yesterday by tskuig stryihuine.
A uolsn was heard In his room, and upon going lu, the
family found hint In convulsions. Hr. Squire admlnls.
teredan antidote. Hnjder became conscious and raid
t.o bad no desire to live. He etplalued ibat he had car
ned pul.on lu ma pocket for etcn years thinking he
might sonii time want to kill lunisrlf. The drugn.d
iieeu carried so long thai It had lost Ut itrcnglu, aud
tli(der will iroUably recover.
Tbe Funeral of .Mr. Jninea II. Nor,
Mr. James H.Noe was buried from tho Calvary
baptist Church yeaterdty. Iho houso wat filled to itt
doers with rt'latitca aud frlruda, sud a loug procession
followed thu body to (iiceuwood. The Itev, Dr. How
ling revlesed the history of the tragedy, and the Iter.
Mr. slaoAriliur spoke of Mr Noe's ptraonal character.
The imll-hearera were Measra. Freeman liloodgood, of
No. S1& Thompson street i A, Freeman, of No, j.17 West
Fitly-soteuin street - A. C, Cheney, ot No. u Wot
Fuultccullt street i Malhew belle), of No. Id Yte.l Fif
teenth street J, II. tXeieh.ot No. g7 tlreenwich street
L. Houseman, ol No. fl Wsll street t John McKertvln.
ut No. '."Jl West 1 weuiy.firtt street ib'. 11. beeley, of
No. 'Jell Ulcus street, llrookfyn.
Not u Candidate,
UlilE, Pa., Aug, 30. Tlio F.rio county Demo,
cratlc Convention to-day unantmoualy rraolrcd to pre
seut Win. A.Qalhrcath of thla city aa candldatu for Hot.
rmor at Ihe rouitng Male Convention, Put Mr. (la),
breath, by letter, emphatically drehued tu silow tho uae
ut his name, sud will not be csLdldate,
The stables of the Bast Itiid Hotel, Long
Drsuch, were burned yesterday,
T lie New Jersev railroad war has been ended
by the agreement of tbe company to pay all the dam
age dune to land,
Mr. Ilergh'a letter to Chief nf Police Klerney
of Weehawken about the dog killing Py the police baa
prnvuka-d tlie reply that Mr. Ucrgha luterlereuco It
"arrogant and Impertinent.
Hie festival known In I'ngland ns the Oldham
Wakes commenced st Psieraon ytalerday. Ilundreda
nf people were preaeut to aee the muiniuers aud the
dauceis rouud the pole and bear the music.
The plan for the festival of the Piatt Deutsche
Atsocl.llon at benuctsrn Park, Union Hill, lint
week. Involves a review hy Msvor Wlcklism, triumphal
arches on the route to the grounds, and a great t ariety
of Intellectual and ph) alcal eierctsi t.
In 1873 James Klng.aWall stroot banker, ailed
thelownof Uulon llill.N. J-. for dimsges tucuired by
dumping sewsge on his preml.ua. Accouipauyiu
the sununona wss sn Injunction from Chancellor itun
yon restraining the seniorities from further sllowsnce
uf the slleged uuisance. 1 lie order was disobeyed, aud
on Friday laat. after the lapse of two teara, sn order
wss tulde by Vice Chsncellor Vsn Fleet for an attach,
ment to Issue .gsliitt tbe su'iiorlties, upon the return
of which the penalty will be fine, ur i.u.-l'onment.or
both. In the illarreflon of the court. The TownCoun.
ell nn Saturday laat resolved to sbate the nuisance bv
building s tetter, "all turtber resistance being uteieti."
A Cl.KltnVMAS kili.i:i.
The Terrible Death nr Ihe Iter, Daniel II.
Vtsndervper, Ihe Colored PreacherIlls
llody Cut Id Two by a Coal Trala,
Loxo HnAN'CH, Aug. 30. Tho Hot. Daniel
II. Vaiidervoor, pastor of the African Presby
terian Church, tn Sullivan street, N'cw York,
loft tho passenger train that was about to start
from the New Jersey Southern, nt 7 o'clock this
morning, and crossed tho track to a refresh
ment counter to get some candy. While return
ing a awllt-backlng coal train cut lilm in half,
tho upper part nf hit body falling on one aide of
thclrall across which ho had been felled, aud the
lower part on the other. Death wan, nf course,
Instantnneod. The dissevering of tho body
threw tho car against the na-songer train mi tho
adjoining track, dels) lug Its departure for fifteen
minutes, Tho iniilllitted corpse was undisturb
ed for nearly an hour, the vlllago Coroner, Lane,
being hard to find. After his arrival he held an
Inquest, the Jury rendering this contradictory
We, the Jury Impanelled In thlt ease, do find that the
deceased, the Ilev Daniel II. Vsndervcer, of New t ork,
es'ne to hla death through his own esrs e-sn-ss. Fur.
tti'miore. we do find that the New Jersey Houtnern
llailrosd ahould have mure crossing keepers.
Mr. Vnnderveer'a body was, nfter this conclu
sion of the Inquest, put on a door and carried In
nn express wagon to an iindertiklng establish
ment. Thenco by tho two o'clock train In
charge nf Mrs. Vnndervocr. who has been em
ployed In tho Irving Houso hero as a laundress
It was sent to New York.
CIII Ml'. IS llllOOKLYS.
An Insnulrlrnt Police Force to Control Iho
City's Wicked Inhabitants.
Tho Incrcfiso of lmrfilnrles, coupled with
the fact that an unusually large numberof State
prison convlotv have recentlr been reloased,
causes the Urooklyn police, officials to anticipate
a very disturbed fall and winter In their city,
and they say that unless tho Alderman provide)
for the Increase of the patrol force the Increase
of crime will be unparalleled, Thera are only
MO patrolmen lu Urooklyn, giving one guardian
tn about every 1.000 parsons. In New York
there Is a policeman to every ICO. There am
some posts in Urooklyn, to which one man la de
tailed, that aro larger, or as large, aa some of the
New York precincts. Its Urooklyn, also, there Is
no provision fur reforming tbe young rowdies
who throng the city In very largo number.
There It not employment for more than one
half of tbe young men. and tholr loafing degene
rates Intn some form of crime. This uddltlon to
the criminal population Is also reckoned on In
the estimate that Is tnado fur the next season.
Commissioner llrlggs, the President of the
Police Hoard, ha asked the Common Council
for power to appoint SI) more patrolmen. There
ha been such a reckless uso of money, nnd the
city debt has been Increased ao much, that tbe
Aldermen are timid about voting an extra
JiD.000 annually, which this must require.
Many strouls lu Uruuklyn are not entered by
pollcomen for days at a time, because tho post
are too large. The thieves team what street
aro not frequented by policemen. Wheu tbe
Common Council meets ngaln an effort is to be
made to have something dona for tho better
prutectlon of life and property.
run itniDEit os siurnoAitn.
The New Fncl Concerning the Killing of
C'npi, I.ewU A Lawrence.
The Into (.'apt. Lewis A. Lawrence, who
wat murdered lu his schooner, the Joseph E.
Potti, while lying off City Island on Friday oven
Ing, was burled from his late resldenco, East
Hill, near Port Jefferson Tillage, ytstcrday after
noon. Copt. Lawrence was with J. J. Harris, ship
builder, owner of the schooner nf which he wa
tha commander. He had lived at Port Jeffer
son for the past twenty years, and he wits uni
versally respected. He leaves a wlfo, throe
daughters, and two sons. His wife, who for
sometime paat ha been In feeble health, was
ao ahnckod when she heard tbe new of her hus
band's terrible death that but little hopes aro
entertained of her recovery,
'1 he schooner which he commandod waa taken
to Port Jefferson yesterday morning, and now
Mow In that harbor. Cspt. Lawrence waa of email
Mature, ot unlylWpouudswclght, and had been
suffering from lllnes during the winter and
spring, and this In n measure doubtless accuunt
for nls iieliiu aooasily ovorcomu by his murderer.
It Is believed lUi't $'J) Is about all the money be
had ttlth lilm. It is the general opinion that tho
tnurdrror did notjntend to kill, hut only tu gag
and rob Urn. The wound on Ids head, It Is now
thought, was In consequence of falling against
something In tlio cabin. A reward will bo Im
mediately offered for tho murderer's apprehen
sion. 'Iho authorities had found no trace of
hi in at a late hour laat night.
fiVUl'VS.HOS Oh' A HOOK I'lltM.
Tho House uf Lee CV Shephnrd of lloston
Make nn Assignment.
Thu publishing houso of Leo, Shophitnl
& Dillingham, of 67S Ilroadway, suspended pay
ments yesterday, In consequenco of tho suspen
sion of the parent house of Lee & Shepard of
lloston. Lee A- Shepard lost about f KS.OOO by
tha two fires In lloston, yet their high standing
enabled them to arrange with their crodltors so
satisfactorily that thoy continued business. It
amounted to iieurly a million dollars a year, but
the past season's business was sn depressed
that they were unable to contend with their
embarrassments. Tbo New York house has
made an assignment to Mr. James Miller of 617
Ilroadway. A private despatch from lloston
says that the liabilities of the firm are fl.UUO.OPn.
hut Mr, Miller thinks that amount more than
double tho sum actually deficit. .
A lloston despatch says :
"Nothing definite can yet be ascertained as to
the exact status of tbo affairs of Lee Ac Shepard
of this city, the announcement of who. e sus
pension was first mado public this afternoon,
Tho firm are engaged preparing a statement for
tho creditors, who are mostly confined to llos
ton. New York, and London houses, paper deal
ers and binders, and place their liabilities under
ttMXUJU. They expect to pay above fifty cents
on the dollar. The firm were advised to sus
pend after tlie second lire, but decided to go on.
" Tlie prevent general depression uf trade nnd
depreciation of slock compelled tho present
move. No estimate of their asseta haa been ar
rived at. Mr. Bhepard, Jr.. partner In the Hus
ton houso Is in New York to luok after the
affairs of tho branch tlriu there. A mooting of
creditors will be called ns anon as it statement
of tho liabilities and assets It prepared. No
asslguuieut ho been made bore."
Mr. Ileecher Is expected in llrnoklvn on Sept.
lii), Mr. niton ttartt on the same day fur his lecture
A Ore caused by spontaneous combustion did
f l.dou worth ul damage la the Urooklyn ti jiuolllce
Tho Urooklyn Excise Commissioner yestor
day revoked the llcens 'S of Jamea D'llrlen. ot Mtrtle
avenue, and ot J II. 4 J. Klfert. of 151 Kilert street,
for tiuluttug the Sunday liquor law.
Mnrgnrot Hardy, the nurse lu the Flatbiish
Hospital, whoso alleged cruelties toasrd .Mrs. penning,
tun, a patient, brouunt aiiuut the receui Investigation
ny the t hardy Comiiussioura. has resumed, fcigie.
hotfer sud l.olsetle, who were accused of brutal treat
ment to Mr. Magee lu the Asylum fur tbe Iussne, hare
All attempt at burglary on tho bukerv estab
lishment of John II. htiullz, st Lee svenue and Wilson
ttreet.Wllttamsburkh, wasltrustrsted on bundsymorn.
ing by William Kirchner. who aleeps on the premises.
Hearing the noise made lu forcing open the front door
lie went to the lit ad of the stairs, and as three men
atsrled to ascend ho fired st them and they rau.
HI' AUKS VHO.1l Till: TKLKOHAI'II.
The lloston club boat the Mutual! In lloston
yesterday, u to 1.
An alliirator. about four foot long, was shot In
Fiu.hlng creek ou Frlds.
George It. Schell, a lawyer of Allentown, Pa.,
committed suicide yesterday.
Mayor .1. It. fleparks of ltalclgh, N C. died
teslerdar morning ot pucuoiouta and erytipelaa alter a
At base ball in Ithaca yostordayten Inning
wero plated, rciultlug lu a score ot V for the Nrw
listens and d lor the Ithacas.
Tho despatchesUrom Montreal relative to nu
merous failure, were exaggerated. Only tour or five
small dry gooda houses sssigoed during Isst week,
John 8. Gason, Esq., President nf the Iluflalo,
New York aud Erie Hank, uled In llilltslo yestt rdsy
morning st ler sn illness of five weeks, aged 711 years.
An exciting game of base ball was played In
Syracuse yesterday by tho champiou amateur Flyswaya
of New York snd the Slsri of Syracuse. Tbe Hlart won
by atcore of a to 1.
The Atlsntlo Mills at Lawrence, Mass., started
up yesterusy sfter being Idle seven weekt. ihe slock
ou band list beeu told to a good sdrautsge. There la a
protpect now for atcady employment for one thousand
John Williams was shot and Instantly killed
at (lulf buuimit on Saturday evening bv an firle rail
way traekmtn named llaggerty. Williams waa prowl
lu around llaggertr'a house. Thiriy-eu bucktnut en
tered Williams's body
Home time ago William n. Hanjamln, the
Clerk uf the Commission of Appeals al Albany, brought
auit lu compel the 3tate Coiupt roller to lay hint a
sslsry ot tl.ooo Instead of SJ.ioo. Jujg Uiuura has
decided lost h u only eatlllea tg J,iyo.
RAIN CONVICTS THE ItlNG.
irAMtisriTos's nun eh ao i: aoaih
a lions ro in: ronTiu,i:sn.
A rnn of the CaC'tnl Overflown In Ihe Lata
hlorms-Nnlitre'a Disastrous llrputllatloo
nl llosa Mirpherd's Costly Work.
Washington, A tip;. .TO.-Tho titter worth,
lessncss of the towerage system of Hits city wa
again demonstrated )osterday. Tho fall ol
water was not unprecedented, but the capacity
of all the main sewer was not sufficient by at
least one-half to carry off the surface drnlnsge.
Facts and figures, gathered and compiled by en
glnccrsof great experience and long residence
In Washington, wero presented to tlio Hoard ol ,
Public Works when they began operations,
clearly proving that tho sowers then under way
were radically defective. The only attentloa
that was paid tn these gentlemen was sound ,
nbuso from llosa Shepherd nnd tho mighty Mul.
lett, who wus then acting In thu dual capacity of
Supervising Architect of tho Treasury nnd Kn
glncer to the Hoard ot Pulillo Works, and draw- ' t
Ing with commendable punctuality his ttvu sala
ries The citizens who presumed to questloa '
tho wisdom of recklessly cnrrylng nut a system
of sewerage, which had been condemned liy
distinguished civil engineers, wero denounced
by Shepherd as Intormoddlcrs, and tho en- ,
glnccrs who did not ngroo with Million were
pronounced Idiot nud braintosi asses. And ao
tho work went on, and every alight riln
fall showed that the sowers were con
structed on false prlnclplos, and were, i
moreover, of Intuffllont oapacl'y. The people
began to complain, but thoy were told that
thn sewers were unfinished, and If they would
only wait patiently until alt the main sewera
were completed, tbey would not hive to suffer
the Inconvenience of havlngthelrhoiisesftoodedl
three or four times a year. Hut now the aewan) . I
aro completed, end with only a little ovor two
Inches of rainfall yesterday, all that region ni .
the city between the Capitol grounds and Thlr
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue and tho
Mall was flooded. In the northenateru portion
of the city, and northwest along lloundary street,
equal damage wa done. The Aittfondt He- . ,
publican, which ba always stood by the Hlnr '
government and contended that thn eewernte ot
the cttrwa tho beat In tho world, admit tbo
corn this morning as follows: 1
When the new and present plan of sewerage waa
adopted by the Hoard or Public Works and placel la I
eperatlon. It was deemed sdequste for all porpnse.ana '
thought would meet all demands m toe upon It for ooa-
ducting the waler from the sirreis and alleys to tha , .
river. It was asserted that the system was soenmpieta !'
In detail and the.tewers uf siicit dunendont thst II mat
tered not now sodden or heavy the rain aturm nilgai
be. they wonid be fount eoual to the emergency anal ,
prove suUlclrnl conduits for ihe transfer of wat -r front
point to point without dl.turbliig property or crratlnsi
dtmagea of tny nature whsterrr. It woul I serm, how
ever, as If some error bad occurred either In the eaica- '
tatiouaof tha engineer ur Ins couatructlun uf the sew
ers according to the plana drawn and furnished, for la
several tnstsncet some of these sewrrs that were to
pruve setTicesbls hsve been found tnsdequate to carry
away the wslor, particularly after shutters, aud as a
consequence both tcnanta, merchant., sod prupertr
hoidcre become anfferers. bo often doea thla occur, at ,
least yearly, aud tumttluies two or three time
lo s year, thst bualness uun whose stock la
trade Is damaged and lo some extent coutple'ely
ruined ey the sewer wstera backing into tluir cellar
and storehou.es nnd aalurallug their wsres. that thry
not only arrk hut demand rrdrra , and that their pro
perty shall be protected from turn ulsastrnus visits,
and they saved from losses to stock arising from cir
cumstances over which tltey hsve no control, but 1
otnera have snd should sppiy the proper remejy. Those
business men snd eitliens reaming lu tho locality ,
huunded by Peuiit)lvauis snd Missouri srenera ao4
Third and SwLuth atrceta hsve eipvrieuc-d ao much
trouble, annoyance and lo frum water thst thev dread
the apuroaeh of every storm for bar the sewrrs wilt
back up, snd the lowrr portion of their bouses he visit.
ed, thereby rendering the premises damp end unhealing
snd unfit for accominonntton. flineo tnetnauyuratluo
or this stormy season the basement ot tne honao est
Mrs. btewurt on Missouri aveuuehaabeeo flooded aevra ,
times, which fact alono la autflrlent tu. how tbe lupef
feet sewerage system la that part of the city. I
Hut there Is another nnd far more potent
proof to tuttaln the aseertlon. worn It supposed
that any ponton would deny IU truth. Yeater- '
dny morning early the rain began falling lo i
heavy and continuous ahowers. The waters
rushed cadly over tho sidewalks, and thn gut. . '
ter resembled muddy brook, nil hounding. 1
away in search nf esoapo. Aa a consequence f
the mantraps becatae clogged and refused to :
receive the water. This forced them Into tha ' I
atreeU, where In some places they extended '
from curb to curb, covered tho paveiiienla, una
washed agitlnsl tho houses, making travel Ira-
pussible except by mean ot aquatic trana- ;
.sATVi:iAy sight's nis.
The Mobbing of llos Mcl.nushlln'a Cousl
Id I'iiIIoii Mrect, lliookltn.
Henry McLaughlin, the cousin of tbo " I loss,"
who It Pelleted to have been fatally stabbed by Henry
Jctfers in a fight In Fultou street on Hunda) morning
waa little belter yesterday, aud taere wat no tuuraaot
of bis recovery, Tlie wound makes a deep gas!) in lbs
loft side which penetrans tho spleen. There la slsot I
all rtil wound hslf way between tho side snd the solaa
The police resierday arrested Harney Gray, alias Ilea
gan,and Ihomaa Hiuee.aged eleven, who Is said to bt
used by older criminals to clluib through fanlights sn
steal. They were witb Jctlert, who sttbbcd Mcl.aogb
Ho. Conwsy, who wss arretted on Bnndst, was also s
tool. JcfiVrs pleaded nut guilty befure Justice Walafe
ytstrrday, and waa aeol lo lU)Ulond st eet Jailtous
exsmlued on baturdty. The others were i-ummitUf
for the District Altoruey tu dlapo.e uf. JcHcri tea
gusa blower, and has given the pollci. much trunbta.
otticer Price, of the Mtrtle avenue police, saw him tt
the atreet on burdsv morning, covered with blood, lis ,
watched his movements, and lairr lu tlm day, when tha
geurntl alarm was sent out, price knew who to arrest,
There was a aurpnr.ng activur in the iolice force wliei
ttwas announced that the assailed person a je a rela
tive of the Urooklyn ruler. Henry McLaughlin Is
Wet her ORIce Prediction. I
Slight fall In haroine'cr. gentle northeast ts I .
northwest winds, high tempirature, clesr ur partlj .
cloudy weather, I
J0TTIS1S A IIOUT TO ffS. II
One dollar, received from "Sympathy, hat
beeu delivered lo the lleiser family. II
Tho Mercet street police broko up thedlsoct
dtrl) bouses at IbM and iii W'oosirr slreri Ij.i nlalil.
C'npt. Twomey, Clerk to tho Common Council
Is mailng up the reiurds of tho city government Irtia m
16.VJ tu this tear. W
Members of Company A. Thirteenth Artillery.
N. . V., are Invited tu u reuuiuu at llii Orchard streil m
uu tliuiaday eteulLg. m
The Iiiman lino steamer City ot Illchmonc m
msile her last trip frum One -natown to New turkli jf
elgiil daya, three huuia.aud furt)-threu mltiuua. rJJ
Adam Sickles of US Wt street fell from aa B
tinnuLued bridge over the Fourth avenue tunuel al
Fifty first sired, auii waa faially lujurid, j, sltrdsy, TB I
Peter Alson, a sailor on the clipper ship Win. (fl
II, Marcy, fell from the foreton to tlm Uetk yeslerdsy, HI
striking on Us bead, lie died oa tho ttsr lo tbe Par H
Judgn nrady granted an attachment, yester. H
day, aualh.l the properly of the Hank of I aliforma la -fl
Ibis bute to recovir tli.ooo deposited in that bank bi til
Natliautel U. Hall. Jjl
A case nf human hair. Invoiced by Ilaldwln, 91
Ilrotheia A Co. at uoo franca an I appraised st l.cos) 3n
trsuca, was anted Py the customs .otllccra yesterday fH
tor undervaluation. IH
Gen, John D. Newman, Wlsklnakle of the
lammany Tribe, unit the Hon. John K, id's co lector ut
pullllcal assessments, is pafllig 111. aillilialtl.lt tu Iks ) I
Tummsuy otfieehoiuors. HI
A Mrs.Hogan dlod at.10 Washington stroel yea- 91 '
terday, and a rci ol I was clrt u.aled that her dbe-ae was Pal ,
yellow fever Pepuiy t oroner I'usliuuu su)a alie dt4 1J
of iluouic dlsca.c ol the liter. 1 j
Hones A Ciisbiug's mammoth circus tent, Bl
foot of llouttoii street, Last river. Has crowded Isst
night, and the fcaia of ihetircu. riders sud acrobat
wire minimi and tnterlauilmi. DJ
Theodore Hchuler of US West Houston stress! H
was foiintl dead In Ins room leaierdav muriiliig. Cure- Dl
mr WoltJian aaetrtalned that he died ot apjpiczy. Ha
was a uailve of owedcu, nrtyjrara uld. n
Miss A. C. Coal, a dressmaker at 1,2111 Ilroad- JJ
way, denies that she Hi treated her apprentice Hara m
Boaiiosakl, or that she gave her other work to notnM R
wat propel i included lu Hit lerms ul their cuuirart, H
III his report for tho year ending Aug, I, I NTS, B
Controller Green says thst the rrrripts for Ihe year n
vela Hd.tub,71.r,ai that the at ml of the w-risnla H
paid by the i nsmhcrlain la 181 4..),ims.73. nud Hist ilia t
cash balance lu the treuaur) on Aug, 1 wa. f -',onj,lst, Itx, U
Union Adams & Co. of III J llrnadw.iv mado nn HJ
aatlgnment yeatcrday fur the heiieni ut their creditors. rJJ
Mr. Ailania aa d Ihat hu is not yet prepared 10 maka BH
public Ihe causes of bis su, pension, uor to say how ha 9
assets aud liabilities compare 'I lie assignment wa M
made lu While I'.ains tu a resioeut ul ihu place. 1
The funeral sort lees nvrr the leiualna of tha
Itev Lawrcr.ce MiKenna were celebrated in ttt. ffj
Andrew's Llinrch yesterday. Tito Itev tatner l.'urraa W
wus relelirnnt. assisted by Ilie Ilev. Oharlrs McCreary. J
the Hue F.wardJ r Ivnn, and the Itev Father Kcar- ia
Pey Yicsr-lieneral tjiunu delivered an oration.
A pnst-mnrteiu examination nf the body ol "1
Mia, Csllahaii, who was killed In Houtu Fifth avraus oat 1
Similar, waa msile by in nuty Coroner Cushman yester, 1
day He found bruises on thu hip, tlie lega, tho Ictl arm. 1 I
and the right nt'e of tbe beau. Thu toiirth sud fill h If
rlba nn the rigid side, snd the fourth, filth, and alio V
ribs on Pin left side n era fractured, and lu the cue, h
wat t qusntlty of blood, rf
Henry K. Hogert, an old Now York merchant, 1
died lu Harstoga yeaterday, lie waa inuiy years a I
member ot the famous colton firm of It )g rf& Knee
laud. He wss a director uf t ie Arctic Fire lusurauca
Company, formerly vire preamrut of the Uulon Traas
Coinpauy, and was one of the oriziavl Incorporator ol
the New Yotk Lite lusurauce Cuinusuy. ur. Doger m
wsa aevenly.five years uld. SM
Why do you suffer with corns and bunion. IB
whea Usher's Magical Pain Uilrnlor u certain cur. fn