Newspaper Page Text
I THE SUN, TUESDAY, ATTEST 3,, 187.1.. I
TUB" N I N IC MILLION STEAL
ri,svti!r'n to mm .1 .vr.ir; nr
r ,(; ft ir.uisi.AHos.
. uinnnllr -Vhrnie tlilongh V litr ti llie
Vnnl.nlit llullriind rmnimtiy Attempt
nl in lliliaud I lir roiiiiuiniwi'iillh.
tuimi-lii "" Aiu. U Tim history of
Tii M " iiicrlliri'V of the Kct liieftito"
,,,,1 1 i. picnmplcto tvlthnut alt account of the
pine million steal. Hie l'ciinttlvauln Itallroad
,., . ii-, In Hip pur nance "if II piiipoc ti cs
(,l parim-nt of tlio piirchateinoiie), which
n l,a. , .tenanted nltli tlio StJto to pay fur
ll. ,nr,ii' mirks. Ii ml tirnciiroJ liv corrup
tion. fl-i "'- repeal 'f tlio tonnigotax, ami
,,rnn.l. tin' loaning ' the cr.'dlt of the State to
lhP pi, i.ulclphla ami Itilo Itsllrnad Company )
Hit niiiiuiitlmi of Its second mortgage bonds
i,,r (fin nrt mortgage bunds of tlio "-utibury ami
Erlel'- up m. Not content with this vlolitlnn
( the I .ti-tltiul-jn. another raid was made
,p,,n the alnUtig fund, and the credit of tlio
iut,' gd" employed to holster tlio waning
fortune f iho lii-iilvent Allealicnv Vnlloj It ill
I11' Mipaiiv. Ilv the tcucal ot the tniililic
Lit Hi" I'eniisvlviinln Itullrond secured the re
l7,,e .,f M.tlUU)U of the purchaso iiinncy which
it liul .-.iced to elvc fur tlm main lino uf public
wntk. In addlllon to tho rciillhiii nf an mutual
Ut. nlii'h twenty years alio nriiregnteil more
than a ipiurtcrof a million dollars, nnd which
Unlav would cxiced thrcripiariers of a
mil , ,n Hv tlio manipulation of tho slutting
luiiil bond, tho credit of tho flatu was llrst
mite nv.iilablo fur Iho construction of the
Phil uli'liiiila and I'.rlo road - a feeder to Iho
jvin.-viv itila main line, and thl purpose served,
ih - '!.. bond, by piece of Iriilnl.itMo leger
0. 1, ,tn ttcio taken out of the Stale tieasu
iv. ..ml made to do a like servlco In securing the
re.111plelu.11 of the Alleglioiiv alley ru id. Hut
In tt't- last ot tho l'cnnylvnto Itallroad
ronipanr had to assume a cert iln tlegreo
Cf r, M li,lll which, although not binding
tier .ii" was nevertheless an obligation It "
determined to he ti l ot. At the same llinc thl
all-powerful cnrpntnllun teiulvcd that it ivoii bl
! sae.imthe payment "I Us bon is which the S'nk
imr 1'iiiid Cuiiiuii-smrNis hiM 111 part or the
purchase monev ot th" in iln lino nf puhli,'
work, nnd to accomplish thro- two tuirpnsrs
" too nine inllllon stu.il" wiv nrlirlnated.
Tne session of s.O stihds out hnldly aj the
mr-i profligate and mint shatncle ot ail tho
1. eni-lai to which have, during a lone scries
,,f vmrs. been the ret roach of l'ciitiivlviinlii.
There are now upun our atatuto hooks
(w win. II rre smuggled IIiIihil'Ii the I.i'l--hliiure
of li7U, and re. elved tho sl.uia'ure
nt Hie (! 'kers of both II nic. cer'UMn their
r Mil r and lei; il p Kxatfr. w hen In truth they
n.p ii.it i.i..(l. (iov. (lean III III" -itiiin.il
11,. i.i' for 171 expiclv afllrnn ttili f.ict, in I
1,., in nh rcr hecn bold enoiich In to ilenv It.
(lie iti" lawn whleli were tliii" rhakeil thr lull
k tii.il 1 reallin: tho nlUite of Hee' iver of
Iiihi i.-iii luxe for tho city of I'hilnl' lphi.i
1,11 Hi, orth iiiIIIIjik In the "ppntiiiiltie!" I
rl, dthe Itliu: thlevei to plunder the t x-iMii-,-
of tlia' cltyl And tbU was alio the
)u - ..lure which, throuuh n Ou mi, lti.it 1, 1.1 he
In, nil in,r.it ,mt a few-honest lteiubll"iin,
de t d W . II. Irwin Fiato I re.iurer oyer II. V.
SI , I. a reault wnlch wn Hailed by the ,e.
i, , Hie -Liie oi a h irhlmter ot the eomuii: re
f. mi (in in our State lnMilcs, hut whleli
w nit a, eomillhed hy the bribery of Wul-
Iv i ami tin iiiKidiziiu of the I'.ill l,,!, our only
I mi ,,.i ratic iievi -paper at tho Slate t'lplloll
i' ,r the ervl e vhlch Wallace and the 'itlrfcif.
In wlin n he ni'1,1 a i ulilr.'llln.' Intere't, rili
ilereil. J ."j ' . . i ut Ibe lato mono wimadv ineeil
, Mr. Iinln ox i,,li ai he wait Initialled In
Il.e iiitrodiiclion ot the hill wlileli win to
In i i,' tin' ai,-:r i,".,iii of nine million "f tl I
lit. from Hie fliikmi: tun, I w .m lire 't ile 1 lit llie
iiiat;e.,f acta liicorpnt iiunr the I leaillelil and
Unit iln lUilnay Cuiiiiiany iilnl the .Urwi Mime.
Pine I'll ek and llulf ib ltailwa r.uiipiin. i he
toruicr of lliehe coiioratlinibail for c nrporalur
two men. Ji vviili t. Hyde and .1. II. Wallei. the
intimate iiemond lilemliioi Wall tee. who wcr
etmiowered by the act of hici-ii'irall m to nauni
two otheri" who Khniild no irlatei: will. II. em.
and I Ihk form four of the live dirci'tor w mi
rro to control tho coinpuiy from Mar, h 17.
Ku. to tho Unit Monday In June, 1871, a puilml
ef nearly fifteen month, "and until their mie
reorit he Heeled." Hy the third ei tlou of
the art of Incorporation, till compalit wai
'iiithorlZ'd to receive donitlom of lind or
other property, or to receive the frame In pav
tiietit of mili'erlptlonf, or III exchanito for utoik
in Kueh railway on ituch lerm and condllloni "
bi i, ntiit o.' at'teeil upon between the comi'any
tnl ' li.e turtle jo donatlni:." 'Iho Jer'ey
Minre. 1'inet'teek and Ihlll.ibiciiiiipany'ii charter
ta. in it irener.tl iirovlnoiii. iliiiuir to th if of
the ( learfl, 1 1 and lluff.ilo, :ivt In reuard to tho
p iwer conferred upon two of It" corporators to
name lueir awoi'laten In tlio Hoard of Dlrectora.
INITHTINO TIIU UTCM
TI were hemes i.t s une srandeiir. Tne
cn il -to .k of tue Ji rne Moire, I'lne I'reek
uti.i llull.ilo ttallway Comiiauv wu. II I" tru ,
te.' i 1 1 xre, d tl iCOfu), and Its h-mut were to
ti., r.-irnt, ill" the mm of Jii.(ia.itJ It mi.
Ii, n.nr. to lino the .itne ptivlleL'n oieorded
lh, i I ..rtl.'ld and Ibiffulo all ice'a cunp.iij.
i f 1 1 . Kivlnc " donation of land or other pioiw
eil .. r to receive the s mi In imment of ub.
, ri, .tioii. nr exchanse for sto. k "-prlvllei;"H
win Ii n utiallv t telle the mrprle of people
i ii. to d in lenl'lalhe arli-, for r dir.. ids are n it
t n r IP, rcaanleit is vast ch irltalilo InMltii
tn,i -.ami It I rari'lndet'tl Ihat thev ire eiui' H'. d
mv. ny the (I'.veinnient of tin I'uited f tales,
mi, I lie n only throiitflt the effort't of so.ne
Bhn wii ,,p,'r.i ,r like O.Kce Allien, "ho know
how to " in ice " credit tnouilier Hoik " win re It
will th th mo-it uood." 'I'm' manner In wlib .'i
Iln e in ti were :.ned dineryet nltention, tin
ti.e I' -h of I'eiiru iry the lailor was read In tlm
'in ie, hi I reli ired to tl.e t'liiiimbii'o mi liul-roul-,
and the same tl.i) n tiiuti'il luelt mid
li.v-o'.l under a iii,oiiloii of iho iuIim. On tho
tin," d i) it w.'.t ril'lied thro ih the lli.ii'C,
anil iiri'teiiteil to the (lovermir for hi ap
prov.il. v. Idch It lect lved. On tint llth of
Ma en tho net Incorp.'intlliK tin1 Cleir
Held and Ihiirilo foinnany wat pied
Ihro iitn the llon.e iiiidtr a Mibiiciirl n of the
rule-, ati'l th next di v reported tu the rcu.ite
nnd net! toth,- ( ointnitteeiiiiltallroail'i, and
ttie.iti.i' .lay. "ti tni'lionof alluef.ar"i'iirteii
I, ,,rl. in llie r-L-n He, and lm r i.' iitin.' u
.jeinKil. w.o p.u-eil and prLitcnled to thefiuv
"'ii,.r f, r .ppiiiv I. who, tne S.UHO tl i , ruportctl
tnlil he bid Hitlie l It I
l.u enorify whleu was tlltplived lntlu'cpre
1 1 1 ti. r v ipiiioaciie. to the rlnklui; mud ii"
; now in eied to the Unal nmaillt on the peoi le'l
i trea-in. There was a irr in 1 niarshalllnu' of th
! i a . 1 in Henlt, nllh Sam .Moon nud Jim
I ill i ml an army nt minor lltiatc striker-,
1 ii - in HarriihurL'. and tliron.-ed the Honrs of
Inlii i i'ii,n. Wall ice wa chosen lo lead tlio
: , i : i Hetiioi'Mls. and fllmnoad the adher-
i'i'- f tb rent.tilvnnli If lirtcid and tlm
ir ,it Kine on Iho l(, i ii II, an side. The
rio it i ri e were now joined hi 'i Inrat on
the ,te tie'imin , w hlch for n inn I' corr.ip
i ti, ,i, I, i- in. yet been ripialled evm III the alilinlt
ul'..., IYiiii)I inla I,':.'M iture.
t U'.MI'llll tUV ( III.I'K.
i , v i- I, II the I III entltl. il " An act to facilitate
mi'ii,, r,- tho i'oiinni,'lloii of an additional
rd it i oiitu c'l'in iieiween Hie wa'ert of Urn
Ho- , ii lima and thelir at Uike. Cm ida, and
th, ., rtli i tern Hi ate, h" exteniliii,' t',e ld
i lie ,i inn iirm, ration ttithe .b rtej Hln r I'lno
I'm i. mil liuifalo Hallway l.'oiop m . and In
III. in inner to aid the t . n 1 1 1 1 1 1 . n or the
I n't inrvh. VirL'Inli and Ch nlo-ioti Kailu.iv.
tin i h oil' Id and lluffalo Italltt.iy, mid tin, Duo ,
an,! I, ,'1,,'tn Itndnat," was iiitrodiiced In the !
4 .' ii , i' Ii, ()lii,ti ail, read, anil rcfoired to the
. I ' , i ,, , i'p e on II njroaiht. Iln the next day tin)
hill reporteii naek with an amemlment, and
" a i., io n to re-iefn It to the l'ou,mltt, e on '.
n tin . it h I ,t i vein Hi nays JI, W all ice ui.d
i in in .'Ii lleuioer.ln votlhL' acaltist this proposl.
I lou i,i defo it II. An evening fssloii tv.t then
tint' n it, and the bill win- cni.rldaiud iitnler a
' siihi'.'ii-1 ,n of tho rules until disposed ot, whleli
v.;- th,' ii. xi d iy, when It passed the Hen tie i t
tin foll iitl'iL' vote :
ft Vrth Mir-. .Mien, Iltcli,ronae!l,fiiitictn,rinilifr,
, lli'n,) l.irr, I. in, ! inn i, I. inn. Mcin.iri', Miller.
Jl tuiiiiii . o mttriil. Ortterhout, 1'uriuiQ, Uadall. It ibl-
rt ion, Huiliee, aa, W all-lu.
1 Kot Me-trn. Ililliiiufcil, UrnoWe, nrnj'l)ie.i,,Iluplcv
, lew, Into flriihaio. Iloivaru, Itutia, luruer, Wurfel,
'" Willi'', ill! I ''IIIHIJU, .ii'ir
" On the lnh ol March, tho next day after Its
ls liasnace by the Henale, tho PHI win rushed
it tliroii"li the Holme, under tho suspension of
s the nilf, without iimemluieiit. Hut tne sauiu
. H'i e l was not apparent In trjiisn.litliitr It to the
(lovernnr. it was not till April tl that lint
' hill was eut to tho Kxecutlve, ami
10 the next (lav, A m II 7, was tho appointed
jl lluiu for tho llnil adjournment of tlio licu'lsla-
:1. tun. It had been rumored Hint (iov. (luarv,
1(l rll'i r from honeit motives or for selfish p illll-
. ra' iiiirne.es, had dulermiiicd to veto tlm act,
c and therefore It "ill withheld from him till tho
lit iioiiiient.nnd III the inoanliuie ho was alter-
it lia'iiv tloeHleneil and cajoled hy the millions
f tti lue I eiiuiylviilll I Iwturoau, iy moan-potter
. fill treisiirk Itluc, liy corrupt Deltiocrals mid
. Iti l'iil lii'iius, nnd ut lust II was. reported that Ids
' nr, 1 1 i were overcome, and that the bill would
rvuivi- liis approval, and then It wa.s
i- hiinilid lo him. That nlulil Hirrlsburir
wai. e--id tho wildest demonstrations of
Jot on tne ptrt of tho subordlnato lobby-11-
such rxeiMtM as It had not seen slnto
the ii is. ase of tho act reij dlnir tho tonnaeo tax
In Nil i In. I this Joy was short lived, for ctrlv
th, next morninc It was known that the llov
ernor's eto mrmuL-u would bo transmitted to
the laielil iture diiiln.' tho coimo of thediy.
H-iiiii after Iho bunatu couvenrd tho bill was re
lumed in that body, where il oriiilnatod, with
th" ilovernnr's iiim'hco vetohm It, Ho declated
It ileulv lllH oilstltutimi.il, mid k'avo nliin nil
in it ! i ildo ariiUinulits a.'allitt tr expodieuey.
Th" niesHiiKo closea wlih them wnrtln " Other
ol i, 'i n,, in to this innasiire lulitlil bo at ted, hut
th ,e . heady clven tiro conildered suftleletit to
aoitfv i-tery linnartlal mind that tho propood
si lii'ine is as k'ross alulatlotiof the Constitution
s uf si, nnd policy,"
IIIIW Till'. MONKV WAS 10 IIKSTOI.rN,
The iit m rllnu of this Infamous bill pro
vided that the Jersey Shore, l'lno Creek and
lhillalo Hailwav ( 'urn ii.iii v should have power to
e cute a uiortiMi:c for fJl.oUl.um) to siiuunt that
m aiiit of lioniis hearlni.' live tier cent. Interest
ttr auiiuui. twain wcro to be luado "payable to
the Coinniotiwe .11 Ii of I'eiinsylvatila, to be tic
mlted In tho 'tikliiir fund, with tholnterrst
thereon, for npplP'itlnn otilv to iho patinrnt of
the public debt ; these bonds to be rerelved by
Hie t'o.iiinotineallii In lieu and stitiMlltitlott ot
the ellilii'L' debt of that amount ol live percent,
bond" thai I eoniraeted to be p.-ld by tho
1'i'iiiiMlvahl.i Itallroad I'oniti.iny and all claims
Slid dens ul Mint In c intic thin thriewlth," Ot
the ptltieliial of thee hntidi Kl.lMHy,is lo no
pat.ihlo each and ev T tear, beluiilint with tlio
1st day of April, W'. and . .intliiuo till Immi and
on the lt tl iy of April. I -; t . tl.oon.lWl was to be
nhl. and there ittcr tl.'""""") nlitnullv till l"'l,
tviien Hll the retn.ntiliiit hnlaln'C was to bo paid.
The hond of the l'ctins-.Uatila Itallroad Compa
ny In the ' litklna fund Were to be handed over
lo the ,lerey shote. I'lne Creek mid lluflab)
Hillway Company to the amount of Ifl.MM.ioi,
and lo cum 1 1 nil mo.tc.ik'cs ami claims, uf s hat
rvrrl.lnd .,r n dure, exUtlmr tn:.ntit the renn
stlvanl.i Itallroad Comnaiiy. This, howeier. was
not to ho done until a contract for llie construc
tion nnd equipment of the new loid within
three your was mude. and the fulfilment of
which "within the time and conditions of thl
net," was L'lnirmteed bv the Philadelphia mi l
Krle, ur the Northern Central or reiinslvonla
llalltvav Compatii, " and alo a nil iratitee In like
manlier of the p imeiit b tho Jerej Shore,
l'me Creek ami llulf ilo Hallway Company of
.it.nl Inlerot tier annum, as It accrues, to the
state" on Its hnnds, "ititrlnir the ciiii'rtieitnii
it ald line of railway mid until It Is opened for
tlaflie us leipilred hy thl act." ....
I lot second si ,'tlon provided that tho tXVfl.
HOot lite per cent, bonds orlitmallt clvcn bv the
Suiihiiry and Kile Kallnnd Company for the
branch emiil. nnd nllcrward handed over Hi
the Allegheny Vnll.-y It .ilroad Compmiy. should
bcBlveii rt follows! "In the l'lttshurilh. Mr
k'lnia, and Charleston Hil:v,i Company, nnd to
the hraneli road to Wayticboro. In tlreetio conn
ty, t l,fJ.IW! to the Clsarllil'l and lluffalo It ill
way Company, ll.WO.unn; to Hot l-Mc and Alio
L'tieny llallw.iyCouiian, $.Vii,uO, for which the
Commonwealth shall reecho their bonds re
spectively. h itliu llie same interest, niaturlni:
tit the same tl ne, as the bonds the Comtuou
wealth now holds, In pro rata proportion from
each company, all of whleli shall he secured by
n secnnil inoriaaffi' upon these lines." Theo
bonds wcte to he deposited In the sluklne fund,
and the Allegheny Vill, y Itallroad Conipanvatul
Its cuaratitors, tho l'e iiUMlvania and Northern
Cetitrel Itillrond Compniles, rellcted fr uu all
ninrtiM:o, Hen, claims, cttarantees. nf every
nature and kind whatsoou'r. slid llie only ecur
It) nhleh the Slitewasto have III addition to
the see, mil mottciirn of tlio atiove named rail
road was us In the eae of tho Jersey Shore,
l'uie t ictic and llalfalo Comptiiy the l'enns)l
vanlilt.iilro.nl C Miipanv was to Guarantee that
the fo-id would be liullt. nud tint dtirlnis the
coiitriii in til'iereof. nud until they were opened
lor Iridic, as ttipilreil by thl act, the Interest
on the hon, I- h"iihl no paid 1
The elle.l ot the first section of this act was to
sul, . tllute. in due, l contravention of tl e Coo
stlliillou of the Si.tto. the securities of u coin
tntiy oolt l uly ix days ol t for lhoe nt tho
reiinvlt inli Itallroid, and release that com
pant ol nil lespou-llnllly to tho State for the
p.nmiiiiof liiMii.uO alter the new company
had completed Hi road nnd run a sliik'le train
over It. I'ioiii that louir the l'cnh.sylv.ilil.l Itall
road was lele.sed from the piunctit of tho
b 1 nice It oweil the Slate on the purcli.ve of the
main line ol public winks. Tralv this was n
seneiiie for whleli Too Scott and his lobby
could altord to strain eerv nerve.
It Nttorihyol speci d atieiillou.that protblon
of the eeotid K'ction of the net. whleli rt iUlres
from the Clear ll.ld and lluffalo It illtvny Com
pin), ami tho other e unpatiles on tvlinni llie
Allivheni Valley bonds wire bestowed, unit it
second niort,:a;;o to secure the State I Mr.
Wallace know notv to care for enterprises In
which he I Interes.ed. nnd If In) Is able to ren
der it like service to the lexas nud raclllelt.il
load Campaiiy III the Smite if tho I'liUed
Slate, Tom seott certainly tt III have no causa
tnlcKlct that lie was ltintrumeutitl In o.xti tine
iilm in this hUli p,iUloll. whaieter ebe his (nil
s'l iietits nn l the wiude peode uf tne I'lilon
Ihe siiuil iiltv between sninenf the features
of this act and tit" one winch secuied the reM.il
,,f the ton ti u.v tax has do II. Ilex hot n ohseiied
lit the atletitivo lead, r of l ilt: Sf.s K article'.
In ihe hitler uw i- iioiide.i th it tue l't'iiusyl
v, mi l Coin. ,.inv ilinuld sut'serihe J i'SMM) to the
c I'll. d ft", k ol eleien illlfiircut railroad coin
p inn-m various so, 'lions of the State, and pay
i,r the same hy clvni- their liotids. I III wa
il, hi" in oitler to see, no Hie puiille sentiment of
thoio' illstrli ts 111 favor of Hie robnery. It was
l, p , tillering to ei'tlotril In crest, and liv de
baiii'lillij whole couiinunitli's in thli wai, as
well .,s nv tl rl'iiry ot uiemoers, that tn tt in-
famous le.'l-l itlo.i w ,k procured, lb" "nine
iiillll'iii steal ' wa promoted by the tame scan
a rru i'..si'.s i.ori: troi:r.
The I'liaclnutlaii of SciriKC nnd Mii-cle fur n
Dniusel ol Teiiiler Vcrtr.
Miss I.uiiImi Iliiriisnti initl MUs rintid (if
Ilarlcm vliited tlio Manhattan House kept by
Owen Ocok'heKan nt 101 llonery on Friday nljht
List. Ami, tie tho vompaiiy there wai the stal
wart prlxc flshtcr. Martin Ncary, nll.ui the " Fid
dler." Mr, Neary Is well known ,n tporliiu
eltiUn by bis buttle with 1'etrrCroUcr ami his
I emit. i Willi 1 1 1 1 1 y I'alw.itd on the suite uf the
111,. er Thea'." U,t wlnti r. One i .y I ,t-t wcik
In v. itl.st oil tbo llandley brother in a r.-'ht at
Houston street ai d the II iwcrv. On I'll 1 1) He
was rein, spur In the Mann ittnii lion-. niter tho
hont of btltb-, when Miss llarrlui, wo U 1,
)iius old and prill), entered luu s inn n. Slio
luca.ne cnunorcd of Neare. mil Ne.iri
at once fell In love with her. Miss
, ll.iir.it,, n sild In n voleo that Ne.uy over
i herd. tha. she always wl-hcd lo marry a ,'me
IIkIui r. b cans.- such i man could protect her:
; that "lie would rather have stieli a husband than
any oilier in Hie world. ISi arv's heart could lint
withstand this, and he Invited tlio I idles t take
I a k'l.iss of beer. After the elssc Were emptied
he sild to Mis Louisa Hint he thoiik'ht she
would make him n irond wife and help him to
lent u I etui life. Ilo then plumplv aked 11 T
to marry bun. Tho nffe wa aic. pl, d, in. 1 .i
meoiciu't'rwosc'osp'tteiied for Mr .lotni I'., llotv-lln.-.
a Justice of the I'e tce. When Mr. Doitlliii
an ived he loiind n score of friends atvaitlu.- the
i-eri'i.i .in . Mr. Niu.) and Mls H iri".oic. spc I
1, ci ii .:,., i il Hie Jusilco inairied tbetn. Mr. Ne iry
opened a bo'.tle of wlue, and when that t,u c.x
h .ii-ti'd two k"k-s of beer worn lapped. Ihe
Justice collecio, I In fee and went home, and
the uiupte in ide ti.eir weddim: tour to Harlem.
a ricnr 1177 itrnui.Aiis.
A r-ulllvau County Clerk's fecund lliinil-tn-1
1 ii ii tl Cntitcsl Willi the lliioc.
I.:ist mouth Tin: Sl'.n (irlntt il nil uci'tiiint
of how Arthur Deuhmu, clerk In tho storo of
Dhlto, Dubois k Co., of Moreslon, Sullivan
county, surprised two burztars in the store
about midtilk'ht, shot ono of them, and In a
tiatnl'to batul tontcstwltli the other win beaten
until ho was unconscious and left for dead.
Voutitf Dcnhnm Is Just get tint: nbout Uk'.Uii, his
wounds bavin.' been very seilous. Oi.auud.iy
iil."it ho starti d to lake up his old iputters.
sleepltu; m,r iho store. hn within a ihort
illlaueo of the bull una, two men sprain; on
bi n from the Mailsi.ie. t Hue ileiiiandcd the
' key lo tbo storo. Voutik' D inharn. refiisine to
I l'Ivii it up, was hit on Hie head Willi n billy and
I kiiin ki'if lo too urouii'l. Iienhitiu then "Iaii1
mi'. f til t assailant i.bout Hie knees and Iihimii
cryihk' for help. He was iik'nui Pealcti wllh tlio
bid) and silenced. 'I ho bill thliiL' lio remember
ed was on,) of the men leelltik' In his pock"l tor
tho Let to the tore. I hey did li d Unit II. how-
eti r. lleuhnin's cries ti.nl been heard, nud tho
1 hik-littnvineii I'-iK to their heels nt tueappr ,nih
I of i'veral men. Ilenliain I bully hurl aitiln.
aim vull bu laid up lor number spell. A ,oso
I at oucc si trli d out In nil directions to hunt for
i Ins arinll.tnls. bomo ot tlm pari) auprebendi'il
I ttv o r iiiiili'lookinit men in tho woods, wno uavo
I been held on siisplclon.
Words ot l.iii-oiirnueiiieiit
Tn tii r Kditoii i if Tun HvsSlr: Tin;
St'N Is n daily Illustration of " th promlie and
potency " of human Intellect,
Many uf our most Intelllk'cnt citizens havo
desiialrcd nf populir is lyerniueut because tlio
lieoplo uro slaves to not men but brutish polltl
clans. The line of manhood In tho Itcv, Dr. Hall's
letter, nnd The Sun's Iratllns editorial to day,
will exert nioro power than any four years'
rrosldentl.il ndinliilitr.itioti can. It elves cuuratro
and hope, If not faith, III manhood.
I'or 0 oil's take, persevere until tho whole pop
ular press becomes inhumed of lervlllty, syeo
phauiy, and toad) Mil, and adopts the theory
which Tun SUN has already proved, that Uinl
success Is Inevitable to manliness, honesty,
courage, nnd lou'lc. A, AtlNOLI).
Tk.n.UTY, N. J., Attc, 27.
Three llullillnu I I red bv Trnini.
Sovciitecti tramps wero arrested In Itahwiiy on
Friday mirbt. While m the colli tin y IhrruU'UC I re
vnik'1', slid ou hnnaay nl-tit tlicy letnrc lo tlireo euliib
Inirs The flttt fire nn. m 2 o'cu ck A.M., the bsrn unit
th. , iiti it'liuil lo itm.i) ei Wettcrtcli'i linn ,rr yunl. In
I luddoiic sireel I. out, t'J.oou, The tcciiid lire nus ul
tt A. M., Cruiuscil's hard wuoil ua.l liiinucr yard, in
t'oiiiiueics sna Faltoa itieeu. Iinnuite, f2(i0. i'he
tlilnl lire si P)::iO o'eiiiei, John Fremu tu'i barn, lu
riuuth llaliwsy, eoiitilulaie from ffi to 100 luus ol lis),
m tfktirely iitalruyrd. I), tri,Ui.
Crooked Whiskey In Cnllfortiln,
SAN FllANClsco, Aim. IW.-Tliuro Is consldcrn
blo of a flutter sinonit llie dlatillrrs sad revenue luriits
herein conf(iiencaof tne preicnesof Pperlsl llevc
r.oe Aeul Cisrx, who Ii examining lalo alfilra nn the
c al. (In hstureay evenlnir llie lleuaty Colli rliir at
AnlliH'h. Contra Outta county, teueil Juat'i ttiillllery
sail Htl.tss) calloui ot spirits, vilueil at tlKJ.Uoo, uu a
charge of Illicit manufacture of whiskey.
(Ireat reduction In prices of furniture and
rsrriets till Kept. I, to reduce stock. Ureal uanfstoa lu
walnut anil enamelled chamber aalles. Ureal uaritsins
lu parlor auitea. Urrat tsrualni la earneti. Uresi bar
talniln errrythlnif, 11. M, Cuwpcrlliwsll Co., 51
mil 1&7 Chatlisui al, -do, i
THIS MARSH COMMISSION,
rts'iiivo rit.trit ivirnnvT aoisa
ni:.j;.titi rut: svnr.nj;.
The ttivestUnllniia nl lied Cloud nnd Spotted
T.ill - Niiliilde Itctlrence of Mf.,, who
Could liitve (ilveu Needed Iiitnriuntlnii,
Itl:l CfiFli Aor.NTV. N'i'li., Aiip. 17. Tho
Murs.i Coiumlisloii, conslstltnr nf tho Clialrmaii,
ex-(lov. Fletcher, of MIsotirl ', Messrs. Harris
nnd F mlktter, niembcrsof Conaress from Masn
cliuselis ami West Virginia respectively ; nnd
I'rof. Athertoii, of Hutirers Colleito, litis tint re
turned from Spotted Tall Asency. I'pon the
whole, tho trip must li.ivo proved ploasant and
Intere-tlnir to all. A brief stop was miclo In
Omaha and Cheyenne to examine contractors
nnd their supplies, lloth places arc ecntlallv
In the llltnr. nrnl poslhly no very Important dis
coveries wcro made, nlthmtk'li at the latter sacks
of Indian Hour reputed to wcluh W pounds, were
found to contain bv actml wclsht bulW. At
Fort I.aranilo another halt was made, and
Lleut.-Cnl. Ilrndlcy. Ninth Infantry, commnnd-
Imr his reiilinent and the Dllrlct of the Illack
HIM, wlin other officers of the itarrlson, were
T he examination at lied Cloud Itself consumed
several dav, ami was more thtiriiuch. The
hooks, ritloii return, and patters nf A cent
Savlllo were subjerled to close serutlny, and tho
olllcers of the iieikMibnrliur post of I'linp llnhln
siiii. and a number of Indians and employees
were summoned nnd (piestlouad.
I bo Indians luado Hiclr usual cotnl Islnts of
ileflclent nnd Inferior rations: of starvallon
upon their part, and fraud on that of their
aeeut. Tint sltiulo llem nf beef received espe
cial attention i nnd cattle that were required by
contract to weluh on the hoof HOD and l,tKl
pninids nvoraeeil but iieconlli.j to most of
the testimony elicited. Hut here, as siibeiiient
Iv nt Spotted Tall, there seemed to be a sltntular
ri tlrence ntnotiu the employees nud siuavv men.
To iicw"pipcr correspondents and the casual In
nttlrer. Iliev have been loud In their tlenuncla
tlnti or tho cnndtiet of ntfalrs nt both airencles.
Now they seemed to labor under n strantto limn
erne: and while they confessed irross Irrcmil irl
He, they bet rat nil a desire to screen the ncetit
from direct responsibility for them.
U.tlUSri QUICK VVOHK or IT.
However, nt Spotted Tall, thev had little or no
opportin.l') to in ike ciniiil.ilnl Certaltilv If
tlio uhject of tho couimlsloti In vultlnu' the lat
ter station wit a thtirotik'h examination Into
the n coutils anil conduct of the nitcnt there. It
evinced u Flinmhir nnd reprehenlble liasto to
conclude such invest Ik'atlnu. Arrlvfim there mi
Sillul iv. It returned the next day. havlntt de
voted but a small part of It to a council with ono
or two doren llrule. These, however, were no
le. dissatisfied than the tl-'alalla. Spotted
Tall was present, but said bbthlne. In
deed, many ot his people bare repu
dlatd hltn since. Ills return from Wash
liuttoti. nnd usert that he has been
botik'ht bv the intent. Two strike, and an old In
tllau c died HiplMo ti i"d. win. exlnidted all ex
inordinary accuracy In retnenibi'rlntr da'es an 1
ll.'ure. were the principal spokesmen. 'Ibis
council wis held out ol do irs. while the ere iter
part of the examination at Hsd Cloud wa con
ducted within, and much less openly. The In
dians here, as there, complained of short nnd
b id ration, ami of the six weeks last winter
il urine which thor had no meat at nil. and were
starvltnr. Iliptlsle dwelt tisrt'rularlv upon the
cows irlven them by tho' (iovernment In the
treaty ol 'tin, aim which wero onlv recently re
cclteil, a tho result of the lalo disclosures bv
I'rof Marsh and others. The old man hadevl
deiitlt labored hard to comprehend why thev
were all old cows or sticl.lnc calves, and s'hat
had become nf tho two and three year old; but
he u'uvo It up III depalr before the CommlM"ii.
the nic't.hcrs nl whii'h offere I his benlk-hted
I riln no asiistancc In the solution ut this phe
nomenon In natural history.
rn.vi u drit.1. ii.oL'iimiiNti.
Two Strike c impliiined of the hors"s received
hut a lew weeks nito, as part remuneration to
tho true fur rellnipilshlue it huiillne prlvi
leees In Nebra-ks. Ihe-. It will he rememhsred,
were purchased from the fi'i.tsM made over to
Siiottcd full, lied Cloud, and other chiefs, vv lien
Lett In Wahituton. I'hev liu l been protnled
American 111 ire, that the) mlzht Improve their
lined ut horses; nud not only were they dell
clent lu number when delivered, but they were
print lp illy cimposed uf ponies nud bronchos,
they were at first I ejei ted bv Spotted full, who
repieleil the coiutiiaiidiiie oflleer of Citnp
Shell Ian in Inspect nnd make a report upon
them: but he wa utitvlllliiT to meddlu vvitli tha
affairs of the Indian Department. Wa-tons and
b irness are alo to be furnished, and a It seems
Impossible for tiny eltt or purchae money lr,,in
the (loveruiiit ill to roach these people ns Intend
ed, ti. ore trouble may be anticipated: vvhen the-o
article arrive. These horse wero delivered by
ii Mr. Ward of Clietenne. who Is out In n letter
to the Omaha lie. ileclarin A-rcnts S.vllle and
Howard "the rtelit men lu the rl-'ht tduces"
prob ibly, for Wnrtl ! So, too, no doubt thinks
tho h iv contractor to th aeency. who eels
mailt f none per ton than Is paid by the
on irletoi.'l-ler ut Camp Sh i i .1 ill. only halt u
mile dlt int. There cm be no cxetife for s,i Ii
differences a this. Tue I ill ins. many of them
.,.,. and half-wuteil. nud all l.'nor nit, can be
lioiiilwinlieil nnd elicited with I'tiiiuiiliy. espe
cially when such men itiuoit-! them as Spottctl
lull are bo ik'ht. I iiey cannot tike cue ot
tlietn-elve. a.nl hive thoueht only for tlio pres.
int. Their very Imtilicitt iiiiru'is tnlevltiz nnd
c 'rrtiption, uuil Is the chief obstacle to Us dis
cover). THE CllVltniJ Sl'STAlNtll.
Amune the officers sii'miuuicd thirc was a
notable abence of th e.o tt ho uii-rut have known
some Until "f Interest or lmiorlance to the Cun
mlssioii, most of them toslitvltik' thai tliey had
very recently arrived Hearsty evidence they
hid In abundance, and It continued most ot the
nllce.i'Pin tn ide. The oiiiuilary of Stihilst
eliii' to. lillcil to the poorncsi uf tho beef and I s
small size-, nnd that It would be condemned If
offered for the use of troops. Ho nlsu related
that sumo of the companies in his eariisou had
exe'inned "bud ta, " r I nllni tlour. and
that, thoujh mixed b dt and half with that pro
vided for tho soldier, a pililinle article of
brctU ould pot be hiked from it. And yet tho
ipi.diiyol the Indian Hour contracted for ipute
ciU d the other ordinary ti ivernment t tnd
ar l. lie nlo si itetl that the Indian were In a
starviii.' condition ln-t winter, ttinuvh ho did
not blame the ii.'euts for their ilctltution ; and
be nroii'iiiiiceii tlio nullity of tint In I mil nt on
a eenerallv very inferior, the brother-in-law
of the aeeiit ulnl chut clerk, or as he Is ktinvvn
bv the Indian. " Mow Hull," frowned percepti
bly duriiie this tcslimoiiv.
Hut nith all II' if piutits the Comtrlsstnn
seemed to seek no further ir primary evidence.
Perhaps It had heard s ufllclent for conviction ;
thoii.'h before I avltii lied Cloud. G .y. Fl 'Icher
Cited tint there were no specific char.'i". nealnsi
A-'eni Howard, and Hut their unit object In
vliltltiit Spotted 'lull was to make n comparison
bu Weill the rations 'f the two acenci"s.
AN IMUVS ISTIMATC III' Hit! lOMVtlsinNril
As Cii.il.maii, he appeared to ho the mmt in
duirious nnd so irclilui; id the Cuiiimissloiiers.
He tt.i'. Indeed, ho reeirded by the Imliuis.
C"iiKri'ni in Harris, on tho contrary, they
th'iiik'bt wa a Itiiie msiii hi cnllea.'iie from
Wot Vlreltili. Imp it lent iitnl In b is to 1 1 leave ;
w lulu mi, ul Ihe merits ot I'mf. Athertoii, In Ibis
p ir'.i ular cute, thee could arrive nl no conclu
sion, 'i he coiiiii il hciuiiid to no k'r inlt d mtlier
t ii an soiiL'lit uf them.
Ai 'iut llllecn head of cittle had been driven
up luv inspecllon by order of the at'ent, thoiieh
the entire held was only two or tlnee miles
distant. Hut (inv. Fletcher, lemarklne that
ample time for prepiratlon ha I been oivc'i to
the acciicics. said he propmcd to arrive ut tho
averaeo tveieutof the cittlo by a dlirereut pro
ic.s. This was no other than tuohtiln the
nveraee we'u.'hti nf the hide as conOi'lied or
sold Hast by Ihe liiillau tr.ideis. I was Inform
ed I y one who iiueht t ' kuoty that these would
nut nveraso more tlinu -id pound ; mil that lor
cat le wlthlii tho limit provided for In the con
tract mil ns accepled Irom tin) contractor, they
.In, ul, 1 I'seead lUlO ooiinds.
I bad Intended n t tojtides liarshlvnr rrltl
cle the work of the Couiuil.-lnn until Us re
port should he duly piib'.isiied, but I c inuiil re
frain Irom theso statements. Its presence tip.
pe il", I to be tho only ex itlue cause ut cither
aeency, ramp Mierldan was bfliiL' removed
lower down Heaver creek, and Spotted lad's
ffpiwius polntud out to me, aluiio and Isolated
fiuui Iho rest of hi tribe,
Tim cut II il to ION.
(lor, Ion, tho Illicit Hills miner, had been
tr.iiisleried tu department he iilu i, liters nt
Mm ihu, mid some troop from Fort itandall had
recently pass d throuk'h, en route to tho cold
coiinti), to oust tho reinalnlne miners, 'ihcstt.
It vvns reported, hail iik'reod to vacate under
lien. Crook's proclamation, and surrender to tho
permanent vamp now belli.' established near
Harney's I'euk. The Commission nmininiod to
ncentlito for Hie sile of the lll'irk Hills wns In
tint reclon, or else on Its way to tho Misuurl.
'I lie kllliue, under a misapprehension, of nbou
of Miin iifnihl-iifhl-bor.-L'S. hy sumo troops
from Itindall, hnd iipp.ireutly been foreotlen,
and pronii8eil not to embarrass the proerea of
tyom las Loniton iinniin t letf, July 23, 1870.
Mw, HIcUs rocolvctl nt diuncr yestrr
ilay evenlns, ul Clarldeo's Hotel, the followlne
eueslst Ills Uxctillouov llaron l'enodo. the Urn -Tillan
Mlnlitort III' Kxcolliincy the Netlierlniid's
Minister ami Coiiuteis de llyliuidt, tlio Hirl and
Countess of Htailiiroltc, Viscount Campdeii,
Vlscniiuless Hlrauefurd, l.nrd und l.idy Camuys,
I,u nl und Iiidv Stourton, I. inl Houehtoii, I,ord
nnd l.aily O'lliurun, I.adv Herbert of I.eu, llar
oni'ss no llflirel, Hon. Arthur Klunilril, Sir John
nnd linn, l.itlv Sehrik'htt Mr. nnd I.nly Con
stance llelliticbam, l.ieiitcuiiut-Oeueral Sir
l'rjucls Seymour, Ailmlr.il Sir Aueustus Clif
ford, Colonel Clincbroiieh, Hecrotarv United
Stales Leeatlon VlciiAdinlralSlr Hnitlnes Yel
verton, lloueral lli lem, Hon. nnd Itev. Hu
bert Talbot. Mninlirnor Capel, Mr, Howard of
Colby, Mr. Talbot. Mrs. Hervey and Mts Her
vey,Mr, Vauitban, Ac, Covers were laid for forty.
Quirk's Irish Ten,
Which Is tho soveroian euro for bilious diseases,
has the power of waruiiiicotl aliments llial have al sari
Peru ilrei led. Wells tlhutt, 11 uold alreil. I'rue
mv ctiAitLvr noss aiwvvtion.
The Trial of Wllllnm Westervcll llrmin In
I'UIUdHplila-.Mrs. WesiervHt Demnntl.
lint lo be Tried vrltli Her lliisbnnrl.
PJIILADEU'IIIA, AtlR. aO.-Tllls liflllf? IllC
dav fixed for the trial of Wllllnm Westervelt, In
dicted as a party to the nbdtictlon and conceal
ment of the child Charles Ilrcwstcr lloss, tlio
prisoner was brouslit Into court at 10 o'clock,
Judeo Ulcnck prcsldlne. Westervelt Is a
slroiiely built man, heavily bearded, and nppa
renlly about forty years old. Tho only notlcca
bl thine In his appearance Is the pillor, rcstilt
liik' from his close confinement of four months.
As the crier arose with the Indictment In his
hand Mr. Ford said tu tlio Judee that when this
case wns last before the Court It was on tlio rulo
upon the District Attorney to show c.iuso why
n bill of particular should not be furnished.
What disposition had been mado of that ho did
tint ofllelally know: In fact his only Information
on the subject was derived from the moriiltie
papers, and boforo tiin arraleiiment was made
ho would like to see from tho record, If mado
up. what hnd been done with that rule.
Mr. Ilaecrt said information had been received
from Judk'o I'rntt that the rula had been d s.
'ir"ed. The record was sent for, but tho dli
I t. an of the rule not appearing on It, the
loo nr.i.mii b cieik to nmKO uti the record.
Mr. Ford next read tho sueeestlon and sfll
ilavlt of tho prisoner of the death of lllam
Mosher. all is Win. llctiderson, and John Done
lass, alias Jn. Clark, and thy vUwIna of their
dead bodies by hint at Hay Hide, Now York,
on Iho llth nf December last, and counsel said
thev were the codofnidants of the prisoner In
Mr. Shcppard Informed Mr. 1 ord that the de
ceased persons had never been Indicted. Iho
sueeestlon, however, vyjs filed.
Mr. Ford said that Mnry WestnrTf It. the pris
oner's wife, who wus Jointly indicted with him,
havlne voluntarily como from her residence In
New York, now presented herself to this Court
and teiiucsted to be permitted to stand ho rtrlal
Mr. I Insert announced that this was the first
time that Mrs. Wetervelt had been within the
Jurisdiction of this Court, and that she was or
would be hero the District Attorney did not
know until Mr. Ford appeared with hern few
moments prior to his meiitlonlne ber presence
here. The onlv defendant who had been within
the custody of the Court was William Wester
velt, nnd tho cause hnd been prepared with
refereueoto nl in alone, and the District Attor-.
tier was not prepared to try her.
Mr. II own Insisted that, ns the Indictment
ch irt-eil bjth vtlth ii Joint offence. It was not
within tho powerof the District Attorney to
deny n trial or force a severance. He was In
formed bv Ids cnlleaeue that the District Attor
ney had placed him under terms to produce her
for trial, und that officer should not now bo per
mitted to plead surprise and refuse a deftmdaot
Mr. Shcppard corrected Mr. Ilrown by saylne
that when lie asked Mr. Ford whether this wo
man would conic from New York and submit
herself to proces here without tho use of a re
quisition, Mr. Ford declined to promise unless
t dd then tviien she would be watilod for trl il t
this belli-! only n notice to her of the Intention
of the Coiiimotiwe tlih. be on bin part declined,
nnd so the matter dropped. ....
Mr. llratimik'.iu appealed to the discretion of
tbo Court In which U lay lo order a separate or
Joint trial. . , .
Tho Judee said that If this woman had been
nt any time within this Jurisdiction he would
order her trial to proceed, but under the present
circumstances he would not do so.
The prisoner wn then nrralened upon the
chsrees of kidnapping, conspiracy to kidnap,
conceal and extort money, to whlcn he pleaded
not eulltv, ...
I he Jury Peine Impanelled and sworn, counsel
for the deteniiant requested an adjournment
until I o'clock. District Attorney Hneniurd
supplemented It with n siwcestlon that It bo
until to-morrow, .ludeo F.lcock finally conclud
ed to take a recess until 1 o'clock.
At I o'clock court reaisemblcd, and Mr. Ha
eert oncned tho caso for the Cimiiionwealtli.
At the conclusion of Mr. Haeert's address the
taklne of testimony was commenced. Mr. lloss
belne Ihe first vvltncs called. Ill testimony,
which was not concluded at the adjournment of
the court, refeired enttrel) to the disappearance
of Cnarley on the lt of July. 1M71.
A number of residents ot liar llldee. I.. I., In
cludine ihe youne man who killed Mosher and
Doiik'l.is, h .ve arrive, I and will be examined.
MM IS 'S f.V.s O.V SAX HO.VtSGO.
A l'lot lo IHsplnee President (ionale nnd
The Spauiartls have iiovpr forcotten,
much less furelven, San Domlueo for the severe
haudlinz they cut from the brave Dominicans
o ii J for their expulsion from thet Island. Ex
I'resldent llxez was, however, a man after their
own heart, n bloodthirsty and lawless tyrant, and
they tolerilod hltn. Tbo present President, Gon
zales, belne a man of mure llbelal views and
toleratlne the tcsldcnce of pacific Cut-an exile In
the Dominican republic, has stirred the Ire of
the Spaniards, who utiderhandedly are en
deavorlne Ui dlsplieo hltn. The followlne ex
trait ot a private letter furnishes t tie proof of
Spain's complicity In the revolutionary pro
c nun mo for the restoration of ll.iet :
1'cmTO 1'LiTt, AM. !!3. 17.. -Hie (ountry la st
rre-1 ul under the rreitureor a re vo'ot'ou iry in t
iient, the consciinf ncr til wnlch tre sre nr.ablc for
the itioinrDt to prrtllrt. lint what i certain 1 Unit
tue t-pai lardi are ptiyine Into His han is of the party
niHKi.til tu Uie roiiflllutid Uiiviriiiiieiit. auil of course
fu titer of the tcouniirel lltez. The niuit iiruimueul
t.paul .rd ol thl rity, beflor 1'arrcras. eni of hi les.unir
nur.lniili. nielTcilsn or.ler tnoilsv h, toreycterdar
to leuve lli country tvaalultin ipace ol two hours. A
iackieeofcurrciooUi-nee s,ldreed ti nlui by lien.
iu. r,ipiaiu.nenersl at Porto Ulco, liti been lelzcil.
It ui-ciOmviI Uie iilnl which tne t-piLurit '-iere eneseeil
in In tavarof Imvz.uii'l tae services ttlileri thry naU
slresily reailereil to llie coinplrner. The cowardly
hpaiilaril wst true tu tin rharaetir. lie c .ttca an1 cob-li-el.
fe'l on hli knees si Uie fet-t ol the i,,,v, ruor,
berpeit fur farori whlcti he ouai tu have reini-tnhi red
he hstl sirealy tecrlreil, ami hsi let o tilth a punon
tnrnt entirely ul'Pnurtiouate tu the enunnlt) t,f t,u
olfuici'. tire. Situ ststcs In the intercepted rorre
snnn'leiice trial It Itirz rtlurni 10 puwer. in l s tln-ile
t aoan tt uulu be alios c,l tu ri-aialn nn Uie PlanJ.
AM Vli KM KS'r.V.
Mr. Hurry Sulllrnii u lliimlit nt lloutb's
Th eu I re.
Ilonth'. Thciilro was trowUeit ln-t cvoh
lh.', sottas Twenty-third street, betttcen Fifth
nut sixth avenues, by- people ituxluiis tu
see Mr. Harry Sullivan. Ahout 8 o'clock
the Sixty ninth Uctlment manned throueh
the crowd and entered the theatre in full
uniform. A very laree portion of tho peo
ple in the house were Impatient to applaud,
and eavc vent to tbo enthusiasm which had
been prepared for the occasion in reason and
out of season, Several of tho actors when they
tint appeared were stormlly erected, and Mr.
Sullivan wus neatly ovcrw helmed by the torrent
ol initio that for many teconds poured upon
him from the eallerlcs. Dunne hl- represen
tation of iimW no oc nsloii to iheer
ti tin was lost, and he was called be
f .re t lie curiam at tho end of each net. Ills
Impersonation of tho mel.iiichulyD.ino nilo-hl
well hate dlvippoltitcd many persons m the mi
dleine. While It allowed that Mr Sullivan Is a
stiiitluu and careful actor, and can truly be
called an artist, so fur as Ills method and II n la Ii
are concerned. It did not sironelv manifest the
'PiuliUe which produce tlio effect called mutr
iietic. Ills nctlinr was tjo plainly a mat tor ot
UileMeet rather than tho spontaneous ex-pies-lnn
nt fcllines for the time actual
and his own. Ills Inllectlotis'of video an d
cadences too often suesesled slne-soue tn he
entirely plcaslue to an American ear. List
eyenltic, however, be tnleht well liaye found It
hard tn be himself. Ho nus surrounded hy many
disturiilti-; circumstances, and appeared to bo
tulleriiiix from a cold. It will bo but courteous
nnd fair, therefore, to reserve Judemcnl In re
eard to Id merits as an actor till ho shall have
bad a hu.irliie under mole lavoraiil.i cu'cum
stances, The cast of character for tha repre
leutatlnn wus fairly eood, nud tho scenery,
with which frenuenteisnf till- theatro havo bo
come well iieipiiilnted durliik' former representa
tion of " Hamlet," was excellent. Miss Luulne
Hlbbert, ii voime Ktiellsh uctrutM. made a very
llfuliie Impression as Oplnlld, und Mr. Catlicart
vvassolciiili as the fJioj(.
(Inind Oiirrn House.
A tine iimliuiico wus nt thu (IranU Opera
Hnuso last nleht, drawn thither bv the an
notiuccmi'iit that Mr. K. I. Davenport would
play ifitmlft. Ho was received with ereat
enthusiasm, and the welcoming applause
wua continued so lone that tho veteran artist
showed sleus of embarrassment. His work
was admirably dniio throughout. No actor on
the American stueo has clearer Ideas of tonn
In tno drama, or elvos thoso Ideas nioro detlnlto
nnd well-prnportloned shape. His climaxes
aro carefully prepared and effectually
produced. His Impersonation last even
lug was worthy to rank with Ills host,
lie was fairly well supported, Miss Laura Don,
who then mndo her. first nppoaranco In Now
York, won the eood wishes uf tliu uudltory by
her ejipsrent nines for the part of iiphrlUi,
which she embodied wllh eood taste, The play
was very handsomely mounted. Mr. Davenpoii
was very ulteu called before tho cuituin during
tho performance, and the applause ol the assem
bly seemed tu bu unpremeditated and unanimous.
Tlfth Avenue Thcntre,
The Juvt'iillo Moxli'iin Ojiciu Company
gave last ovoulne tho first of a series of perform
ances at tho Fifth Avenue Theatre. They sane
with surprising correu'.noss and skill, consider
Ine their very lender oecs, tho " Orando Duch.
es.e." Tho acting of these Utile folks was even
mure to bo wondvred at than their singing, 'lhey
evident1)' mVo very precocious intelllgeiico or
very hlenly developod lmiutlvs powers. Their
aeos laneu from B to 15 years. Annudlenroof
uxcellont quality was present and lavish of
applause, w hlch vv as evidently spouuiuousv
THE CHE AM OETIIErilESS.
a rovxa mmTox covr i.r. into
AIM VI) AT MATIltMUXV,
And Itode F.loplimlir for II nil Mbl, Chnsed
by her I'nther nnd n rHierin-A -Vinrrlnge
Ccrlinciitc Hint Hrllled the lluslness,
liomlhl lotion IleraU.
Ills untne U Denuv 0. Warren, his nrfc ls
In the neighborhood of twenty-four, and he Is n
good-looking, muscular fellow. I P to yestor
day ho was citiploved in thu largo shoo matin
factory of J, 11. Kimball le Co., and boarded at
tho Westlioro' Hotel. Tho proprietor of this
Institution, Mr. ltollln K. Sherman, bad rnio
daughter, a good-looking, well educated girl of
seventeen. The parents uf Miss Ada never sus
pected, till within a week, her Intimacy with the
young shoemaker, nn slyly had the lovers con
ducted thltiet. At 1-1) yesterday noon ho ob
tained loavo of absence, and cueaecd a loam at
If, A. l'lympton'a livery stable ostensibly tn go
to Mlllunl. Driving round tu the back plana of
Iho lintel, which Is located In the square he
waited fur tho aptwaranco of his Juliet. Tho
rain kept everybody indoors, nud tho streets
wero consequently deserted. Juliet slipped nut
through the back door. Jumped Into Hie car
riage, and In another minute they wero riding
toward Wooii'ocket. It. I. ltotneo had ar
ranged evert thing beforehand, and had sent his
own and Juliet's trunks to his ulsters lu Hop
Juliet left a note on her chamber table telling
her parents that It was no use to cry over split
milk, or something to that effect, and lids note
Wks not discovered until shortly after Mr. Sher
man's return, thus giving tho lovers several
hours' start. Mr. Sherman hurried over to
Deputy Sheriff 1'nrbatiK'a olTlce, and securing
tils nsslatance harnessed a fast horse, and went
post hasto after tho fugitives. Then followed a
mad raco through tho mud and fast falling rain.
The horse was urged to his utmost speed, whleli
was far too slow to keep pace with the father s
anxious uilnd. Nleht overtook pursuer and
pursued. Hy dint of Inquiry the former tracked
iho runaways to Mllford, where they learned
that llomeo had chaneed horses, and was again
speedltig onward to lthodo Island, They pro
cured a fresh team, and after a vvearv ride of
thirty-five miles entered the town ol V'0."".
socket, tu Hnd that tho wary llomeo had eluded
them, and wns racing back again to Mllford,
Mass, In utter despair the pursuers drove
out of Wnonsockct at midnight, nnd took
tho road to Mllford. Arriving there, they
visited the stable, and learned that tho
Indefatigable Homo had reclaimed Ids first
horse, nnd was posting It to Hnpkintun.
They chanced their Jaded animal for a fresh
one, and struck tne road to Hnpklnton, where
they arrived nt shortly nftcrfl o'clock this morn
ing. Hiding up to I'lilpps'sstable.they Inquired
for the runaways, nnd were told that they had
tint up their horse and gone to tho hotio of Mr.
they knocked at the door, and wcro confronted
bv Mr. Wright, to vhrim thev stated their er
rand, llomeo and Juliet had retired, but Mr.
Wright would call them, llomeo came down In
nnwer to the summons, and coolly produced u
marriage certificate, wherein occurred tho
names of Denny (1. Warren and Ada C. Sher
man, llomeo was exceedingly considerate, and
without a word of reiiio'-struncc awakened his
young wlfo and returned to Westboro' with his
llniT Trulltes Did 11.
rtum Ihe AVic lert C.rrrr.
I rctunieil to Aslivlllc nfternn nlifeneo
or three years and found mv friend Truflles
grown fat nnd Jovial, with u face the very mirror
of peace nnd seir-atlsfacllon. Truflles was the
vllfago baker, and ho was not llko lids when I
"Truflles," .aid I, " how Is it? You have Im
proved." "Improved! Mow?"
"Why, In every way. What have you been
Ju-t then allllle rlrl cvme In with a tattered
shawl and barefooted, to whom Truflles gave a
loif ot bread. "Oh, dear, Mr. Trulllos," tha
child said with brimming eyes, a she took tho
In it of bread; " mamma Is getting better, and
she says "lie owe su much to jou. She blesses
you, indeed she docs."
" 1 hat's ono of tho things I've been doing, bo
sild. after the child had cone.
" You are giving the suffering family bread V I
" Have you any more cases like that ?"
"Yes, three ur four of them. I give them a
lost a nay, enough to feed them,"
" And you tase no payi"
" Not from theoi '
"All I from the t.,wn I"
"No; here," said Tru files, laving his hand on his
breast. " I'll tell toil," he added, smiling. "One
dav, over a year ago, a poor woman camo tu tne
nnd asked for a loaf of bread, for which sho
could not pay she wanted It for her poor suffer
ing children. At llrst I hesitated, hut finally I
gave It to her, and an her blessings rang In mv
oars nf ter she had cone, 1 felt my heart grow
warm, rimes wcro hard, and there was a good
ileal ot sufferlne, and 1 found mvielt wishing,
by and by, that I could afford to elvo away more
bread. At length an Idea struck me. I'd stop
drt iklug. and clve that amount away In bread.
aCdlttg one or two loaves on my own account. I
did It, nud It's been bleaalng tu me. My heart
has erowii bleeer. and I've grown better every
vviy. My sleep I sound and sweet, and mv
dre mis nre plensatit. And that's what you see,
l-'nlnl l'.nrouiiler with n Hull.
FiQinlht (i.iltmi III. i Giiulli.
On Piiiulny, thu lath lut Mr. Uttck.xvltli
his little boy, ten years old, attempted to cross
an adjoining pasture, lu which was kept a liion
strouily wicked bull, tha property ot n Mr. Col
lins. When hut n "hurt distance tu tho pasture
tho bull made fur tho boy, and seeing tho ter
rible danger to which himself and the child
wero exposed from the attack of tho furious
beast, tho father bid the son to run for his life,
while he remained anil foucht the monter with
a club. Tne terrible struggle for life then com
menced. The horrors of a lifetime were concentrated In
that short spaco of twenty minutes. The pater
nal Impulse was to save bis child, even at tho
expense uf bis own life, which subsequent!)
proved to lie the tribute paid, and next to save
blms If. for the more he hit the bull the moro
ferocious It became, while the unfortunate man
was fast exhaustine his enereie. The charge
was keenly felt by Mr. Iluck. for never can a
man see so much at a cl.itn'e as when In a situa
tion uf extremlt). He began to back toward
some trees w hlch were standing not far Poind
him, thinking to find there some refuge from his
furious osiallant. Fortunately, ho succeeded lu
reaching tho trees, and after dodglne about
from one to another, climbed one nut of reacli
of the bull. The phy-dcal pr'trallon and his
mental condition, after so terrible a struggle,
cm onlv be Imagined, and tu add to Us intensity
the mad beast reached the tree, and, standing
under it, tore tbo .round vtlth his hoofs, ills
agony nf mind for fear nf the limb breaking
could have known no bounds, for during his de
liituin, for days beforu Id death, the onlv audi
ble ej irulatiuns ho uttered would be his fear of
the limb breaking or that ho would lull. While
in the tree lie took a chill, but started to work
the next day, during widen he was obliged to go
home. From that time he beesn to sink until
Friday evening, when death terminated bis auf
fetlngs. A Iln ( I Ir on thr I'ralrlr,
ytt.m tfit Furi S'.ott Monitor.
A icrrllile nffiilr ot'ciirri'il uenr Dallas
Texas, on Saturday ol liitwrek. About twenty
wagons met on the pralrlo en routo for Dallas.
They combined Into one train and camped to
gether. In tint ln.Hl wusayoiine widow, who in
her manlier was sielnhle lu tbo extreme. A
man w ho had Joined tint train from some quar
ter began p i) lug hi devotions In ber, vvlilcu hn
rather encnurueod. He pushed bis suit with
vigor, and dually made certain udvauces which
she resented, mid informed one of her admirer
nt tho Insult put upon her. Iln Immediately
took up lice cause and called un in tho offending
party who acknowledged the fact. An apology
was demanded und refused, und a light deter
mined on. Ihe male member. of the train di
vided into throe narties, One favored the ladt's
cause, another tho offending party, whilo the
third advocated peaceful measure and sought
tn reconcile mailers. Finding this to be Impos
sible, tho peaceful party pulled up stakes ami
left, determined to take no hand In tho affair.
They had not proceeded far before the sound of
Ptstol shuts, In rapid succession, was heard,
accompanied bv shrill screams of women. Tho
battle had begun, lloth the remaining parties
had taken up arms lu support nt their com
panions, nud fought to the bitter end. The
fight was furious, hut after a time tho pleadings
of the womcp separated the combat nits, but
nut until throe men were mortally tvounileil nud
several others dungeroiisly su. About Ufteen
mou were engaged lu tho affray.
Tbe Heroine ot Newport,
Jtyow ( KurlngHtM AVpiiMiiuit
Itla liovvis's liefest exploit In iHilling nut
from Ume Hock lighthouse In the lower Now
port harbor Thursday and rescuing u man from
drowning recalls theenrlleracliieyeincnts which
have given her tlio tlllo of "the draco Darling
of America." She first came Into prominence
In Usui, when, on ono uf tho coldest and most
blustering ct it va over kniiwn In tills latltudo, sho
saved the life of a soldier who had started for a
sail on the harbor In a lleht sUlft. One day, In
tbe uiitumn ol 1MI7, while, a tcrrlhlo gale was
raging, two men set nut tu cross the harbor with
several sheep, and III Irvine to rescue one that
hnd fallen overboard, caiiie near swamping their
boat; tcvlnir their peril from tho window uf her
f.ith 'r's lluhthniise. Miss l.ett I went to their
aid, and, after landing them safely, went hack
and resulted tlio sheep. Hut her greatest ex
plult was performed on llioliith of March, lNM,
when a hunt containing two young soldiers und
a boy was struck by it squall nn the hnrhnr and
overturned. Though III ot tho time. Iduriished
out of tho house, launched her life boat, sprang
lu, with neither baton her head nor shoes on
her feet, reached tho wreck Just In tlinu tu save
the two sailors us thov wore about losing their
hold from exhaustion, tlio boy having menu,
while perlsiiod, nud rowed them tn mo Unlit
house. Miss Lewis should bo among the llrst
to rerelvo the new decnnitlon tu be bestowed
by Cungie.s for heroic deeds lu saving lite.
VUVJtCU TUUVltLKH IX KJiXTVVKY.
ttibcllliig Aenlnsl the Action of lllsliop .11 c-t'loskry-An
Appeal to Home.
Louisville, Aur. 30. Within the past
week much commotion has been created among
the Catholic clergy and tally of tho dloccso ot
tiotilsvllte, growing out of tho removal and
transfer by lllsliop McClokey of certiln well
known priests. Tho ono that excited tho live
liest Interest In Iioulsvllle was the removal of
tho Itcv. Father Hax, pastor of St, John's Church,
and his transfer to Howling Oreen, In place of
the llev. Father De Vrlcs, who wns ordered lo
Ilatdlnbtirg, Ky. Father Do Vrlos refused to
go, and appealed to Home, which action nnd
other circumstances of a rebellious character
connected with tho removals, caused IllshoD
McCloskey to depute the Very Itev. Father
Illancbct, Vlcnr-Ocncral, and tho Very Hey.
Father Dilliti, Chancellor, to go tu Homo and
represent him, nnd they aro now on their way
to that city. St. Marl's congregvtlnn mado an
appeal to tbo Illshop to rescind tlio order ro
innvlne Father Harry, without effect. Many
wild rumors aro afloat concerning the changi's,
and various absurd and eilravaitant stories aio
being circulated. In order to allay what threat
ened to become a public scandal, llisbop Mc
Closkey concluded (although contrary tu usvee)
to make an explanation from the pulpit yester
day hi the prc'cnco of a largo congregation. In
his sermon llltlmp McCloskey defended bis
notion nnd asletied ns tho cause of the trntiblo
that Father De Vrlis had refused to furnish the
yearly report of the financial condition of his
parish, fur which he was removed to another
Seven Hundred Sheep I'rlabtenrd to Denth,
Vom tt Atamttla InAtpiniml.
Igtst week wo mentioned tho loss nf n
lareo itoncr of beep lu tho hills liaclt of .Mis
sion San Joit, belonging to Mr. Ashurnt, but
wero misinformed as to the mndo nf thclrneath.
It was not bv rushing down a precipice, but In
another and most singular way that tho misfor
tune occurred. Tho sheep, to tho number nf
about 1!..VI, wero quietly feeding un a hill about
thrco miles east of Mission San Jos6 on Sunday
afternoon, July!, when n man it ho had been a
short tlmo working for tho owners uf the sheep
suddenly uttered a loud yell, which had tho
effect of frlebtenlng tho sheep. They Imme
diately commenced running down hill as fast ns
they could. At or near tho bottom of the hill u
largo patch of pnlsou oak was growing, and they
rushed pell mell Into It. Here their legs cot so
cntaneled that thny could not niovc. Meanvvlillo
tho others behind came rushing down upon
them, until they were piled In layers, six
deep, ono upon the other. Of course tho most
uf them wcro soon auffocatod and dead.
One of tho owners came to the spot within ten
minutes afterward, and with the aid of a Span
iard succeeded In pulling out ,-nd rescuing nnuut
fifty head. Hut the number that lot their lives
In this strange way wns 701 In till. It Is supposed
that the yell elven bv the hired man was dono
for the ptirposoof starting the sheep off to camp.
FIX A XVI A I. AX It CO MM Kite I. It..
Monday-, Aus. 301. SI. Tho stock mar
ket was tho victim nf demoralizing minor,
which caused at times a lively throwing over
board of the leading specialties, and resulted In
a decline of ,' toSV, p cent., tliecxtremo having
been noted lu Western 1'nlon, which dropped
from W.i at tho opening to BO.V at tbe close.
I'nlon Pacific was also weak, and on limited
transactions sold down 2i to 71'., while at tho
aaino time I'aclOe Mall yielded Jito37'ii I.iko
Shore, l'i to (VI, cllir3; Northwestern, I,V to
10: the preferred, l'a to U: Hock Island,;, to
107 "s ; St. Paul common. 1'. to SOS : the pre
ferred, 1'. tu . ; and Ohlus, H to 18'.. Frlo
was exceptionally strong In response to higher
Loudon quotations, and opened nt In',', which
was also the closing figure, having temporarily
dropped to Ill's, Tho lowtst prices un tho list
were established In tho final trade, with the ex
ception of Northwestern common and Union
Pacific, which rallied V, and ,' rcspcctlvcl).
Wells Fargo recovered to 78.
The first rumor started at tho Stock Exchango
wns that some of tho Halllmorc banks had bo
come embarrassed by the recent failures In that
city, but this was subsequently pronounced tn
be without any foundation. The story, how
ever, had already dono its work, and was re
flected lo a decline of Western Union to 82, and
a general dron In the other prominent shares of
to IV cent. The fevcr'sh and sensitive feel
ing In speculative circles was taken advantage
ot by tbo boars, and next came reports that
some of the banks and private bankers bad
called In considerable sums loaned nut on stock
collateral. This wns tint signal for a second
selling movement, which carried down storks
to the lowest figures above noted, the market
clnalng feverish anil depressed,
Therowcre no San Francisco dopatchcs re
ceived ill Wall street until utter tlio close uf
business ul the Stock Kxctisuge,
We e ither from sonil-nfllclnl sources that thn
Western I'nlon Cuuipmy have aereed to piy 8
V cent, tier annum dividends on tiMVU.Ou) stock
of the AtliwUle and 1' cllle Telejriph-these
being tho terms uf cniinl,latlnn the former
company to work the hues and keep them In
The totnl number of shares dealt In wn IDA.
WW, of winch Western I'nlon reprtsented ill.'JH:
Pacific Mali, lsgjiuj I, ike Shore, IWOtl; North
western, 11.111; F.rlr, 7.1K1; Northwestern pre.
ferred, :.. ; St. I'aul,l.8.V)i tho preferred. l,0;
Ohio, l.isil; ll 'Ck Island, 1,12.1; Union Pacific,
'J,K'); llnntilli.il and St. Jost'lih, 1M"1; Atlantic
nnd Paclflo Telegraph Compmv, 400; Cnnton,
0;New York Central, ao; Wabash, S1; Wcln
Fareo Kxpress, 'JUi; ( ousolldutlon Coal, UU;
Fort Wayne, UU: Hannibal and St, Joseph pre
ferred, 1(0; Michigan Central, 11X1; Now Jersey
Central, lllil; I'aclllc uf Mls.nun. Ill); Quick
silver preferred. K t St. Louis, Kansas City and
Northern preferred, Km, and Hsrleni, fsl.
Tho gold inaiket win (.trims throughout tha
day, and received a fresh speculatlvo Interest
soon after tho opening from the Haitlmuro re
port above rofevrd to. Tlio earlv prlco was
111, but It quickly iidvaiieed to IDS, the subse
quent risa to Illy having been chiefly Induced
by the feverish character ot thu stock specula
tion. Mure warlike advices from Turkey a'so
stimulated tlio market, w 111 ell cluseil at 1114.
with this figure und uu uJilltloti.il 110 bid later
lu the slrret
riietul'iovitie trrre the principal q not atlonv;
Irwint.M 111 IIU.S2 A. VI. IIU. I t:.VSP VI.. 1HH
liiU A.M.. .1111 I U'i'i 1' M . 1 1 1 H. I g::ia I'. M 1111,
IC.loA.M l:au I'. M.. Ill's I it.uu I1. M. .lilt.
In loini the rite paid for the me el gola were I ill,
lS-J. 8, g. Ul' rent ami flu.
The tutsi clBiriii-n at tlm Hal 1 Kirnan-re Hank were
f Isalol.t".!. Bold uiitucea. $1 'is'i.ua: . Aim currency owl.
am', ;l,:n.Ilu. 'Ihe Rut) -Trcaaurr rule, meU IP.'.oou
In rule 1 bnii'ti. and pibl out la cnla Interest on thu
lite tlty'fbu. intra si the t'nlteil statea Pun-lrenau'-y
wa. Until rreeltua. S.'tS'.l.ikgj 10 ; uo. ,.i) iiieliU,
t J U mil 7? . no. luiaiitr. f.' . . :"ini.1J. rurriiii y re
ceipts. t.Vl.'.Hr.'..M. Oo ,m) lilt III. lUPl.UaOXal du htl
ante. to.uioo.iHU.ii. I'u.iniiit. I :,.',,.,'
The internal revenu reeeiet- fnntel n;i fsnoonn
The Ireaiury at Wnhiiiueteii reetittU itiuo.iioii lu
national Isuik note fur tn1tiniti"ii The I.1U.I1111 lu
the Itank of Liielaml wa. ilrcrcani'illlii.ono. Vlielren
uiy liilaneea at the clnie ot huuni ta In Washington
tierut I'lirrenry, l.7il,i.issi, ami coin ITO.&tsi.iHio. In
cluillne l7,rsi,noociin eeitlrlrale.
Cumuli eietianire wu tt,ii and lower. The rites
were reunpeii tu Sl.HiP, sail Sl.su for lime anil tleuiauil
Thi tnnni-y tnartet retire tail s firmer tenileney In
the ear.v tireotiitioni the ruJes on e .11 were il . anil
lulm qilentiv i-ii, i. tteile broker, ttliu neelecleii to
innse up Iln Ir I alaneeiuiilll late were uutlee i to pay 4
V rtht. tttuu-rll lllial tran.acMnua were (pinlril a I II.
lion riiinenl ouinli ountluurU Krone, with s eiiml In
qtllrr lor tut e-tuieilt Tie otli rllie. huvtett-r, mtitu
small, but coiipiiu lu-io auhl at llu1! : reeisti red tin .
US'! i p'RU'ered ft, issi.liov. i eniiiion !Ml7a. tgu'X ,
loitpiiiillii. ihsi. l'.-.'i anil r, ul.tercl IMC, i,,l. us.
'Ihe (ohoiviug were Iiie31', M, cltiug price:
liul. Atlr l. Hi I. Ml' I.
t'.. rnrea. Pit's I'.S Ssoa.nr.r I.'OU I'-'oH
II s.fii.issi.r iwm P.'0-ii U.K. rt litis ,1117,0 P.'o'i icm
U r. ns.tssi.r l-"' l.'!t I'.S. 6 -.is. iw. r.l.'o I'M
P N i-.'iu.M.'.r llMt. - l ' s, fV-2,l,'ll.c I'JOVl I.t
I'.N.n .m.'iW.e.IlM - I'.S P' po r.. H','1 ll.'.'j
I' K.V'.'ii..'iil.r.lliiV 117 " t PMiw, e .linx isu
I' s ",i..'i'.i,r nil, in I' . rs 11. r IP'V nil',,
II. S n-'.1,H'i,r 117-5 11H ll.h fn, 1KS1.C.I17 117'.
I'.b. .'i-t:o,'ii5,e.llhli listj i en. I'ae g. u..luit, nn
I'.t-.i.an.'iia.n r.iiK'! iisvi vvesi. I'ac. g. b. I'J lib
ll.H.b.jos.'ll.l.c HS't lists
In stale tiuiuU the only recorded talei wtrt in Ten
netiHe Ot. new serca, st M: an'l Vltglnli rt- dcferrcil.
at P't. U.llroatl titmui rrtlei'te.! a ituall irsile. 'Hie
prllieipal irillliacll'ili were aa folliiwi. .tlilw.iiilit'e aii,
ft. 1'uul 1st iiiiirieago, I.a Cruvse tllvbioibtiaVi , Mil.
wiiiikee and St. 1'uul lata, eonsnllilateil, TtisTU't : Mil
tt uikee ami Hi Paul 7 a In. .' i lUiiiilim aim hi. Jo.
s, nil h, coutsrlible, k:i i Cliieuire, Iluck UlaiiU ami Pa
eitlc 7s, loViccteOt I.olte hhnrn ronsolnl itett eitutiou
lt. 11134, loss Uhll.illil S, 1st, Kl) Centril I'aelllc
folil hiiuils, inilii I'nlon Panne sinking niml, V7'( :
P iiioii l'aeinc Uia, llrJVk' tlili i Union I scute 7s, land
sirarit, I00i , iiluo sns iflHsUsuuil iunfiUUite,l ilukln-t
fiuui. in . ( . I', ami I, ( lit. 47 i i tihak'u aim Nnrtli
wiileru CLilnuhilateil couimli trnlil lioatla. S7U t New
Jrraey f'entMl Uta. ciiiuiiiiilateO, 107
Ihe oiiL'iillli;. lllfth.'sl, loitrest. aul 3 T. M. rluolllff
rrlveaut slucksio dav w,'i.' t'ttmnj-
OrlV. .yl'. .-il. fi.J. Alt. I
Am, Plt Tel - - - - HO
Alianiiranit Par. lei .21 gt iH tuw m
I hu aim N'orliiweatcrn I Hi ll'ii in tint 4iH
C lite, slid N'wraltru il t,!t Ml'J 65 MTj M
t hie., U. l.nuil Pic... .lull 108 1U7' 1H7U li'TH
( hie., Iiur. ami (Juinry . - - - 111 HS
lul.,Lhl, and lud.l t u.. - -- 1)4 41
I lev., Cel.. i. in. slid Intl. &' f4
( lev. sun I'lii-iiiirgh... - K114 iKHj
Chteagosud Alton ll-D Itsjvi
I nirsv" aim Alinii pt... iirju 104
COBSuild.tivu coat 47!4 17! ,v4 47 is
1 annul 01 M 1.1 rsi rA
Ilri., Ijtek.aml Weat.... uso 121
Pel, sad Hudson taual. ' 111114 I'.'u',
Adams Cllireaa 11114 lir.Pt
Alllellt'UU Kllirt'sit .... no eg
I nitid butea i'.xtiresi,. 1:11-4 4114
Welia. turgo l.o. hi. 7S 7H 7H 77 so
Ktie 1U4 um Ul'( inn 1114
llirhm - - - ISI14 :u
Hun. and bt. Jusep'i .... 2:114 '"l'4 '-'-,( '" g'-t
llau.niKl M.Jo.ufd... -ti VU gv -
Illinois Cenlral - -- - PS mi
lame shore Hl)4 nU v'i 0 caij-l
lllcii. Ce 11 1 nil Ul 04 Ut CI ili
klorrla and Kssei. . . - - , 104 101U
Hli, aim 11. Paul :t'i4 7i HUM am mrtj
Mil. and ht. Paul il, .. ti't i',:ivt B-.'W eul 11244
New York Central InHti UUS loi'j 104 104U
New Jersey Central Hut, 110, iiuJ no m
New Jersey houllierti,. - - gu a
Ohio hum Miss . 10 m ixn ltn- isli
1'sciDc MaU at) 34 37)1 87)J 3Ii-i
I'anams,,,,..,, 131 135..
Nils, and Ft Warm lmitf 10014 inoi looi mii
I'seincof Mistoun, ..IS 4a IS 4 4H
Oulckiiltcr ,. - - - 14 la
QulcKiilvrr nrrtrrre I. 20 i S'l wi JI
ft. lout. K.C. ft N M. Sl' 31U a lf 3114 M
loleUu. Wari. sad West, mi K .".4 .1,, M
Fnion Vselfn .. .IV JUS 7IH ( J
Western I men Tel K3. M KO'i f"
M. I. V - - - lo'l II
M. L. 4M.C0. pf - - IWI H.'-i
Heal Csliilc Vlnlltrt.
Tranartlons yesterday at tho Hichange coin
prised stlti by Jimei M. Miller, forc.'loiurc iN. .lartls
rrfcrcel, prrinlsri north side Twrltth slrert, inuteet
eat ot Fltlli Hemic, plot lOfltJl.loilMiliiin'ii?,
Ily It. V. Harnett, foreclonnre (W. II. He Wolff, re.
fereri, the fi-ntorr untlnlilieil brown stone hemes with
I lot loo.siioo, northsrslrru corner Mncty flrsl ilrect
slid third avenue. tT'-Vton.
Ily Wlnint ft liiries. fereeloaiirs rll. fl. Iisvis re
fsree). one g itnry Irstite house wllh let g.nH4 4. north
stdc itrnuine street, l.si fret eisi nf Varies Uriel,
Jil,77ftt slso, one hit H'ilisi east side NPitli STenue, 7.Va
ret a, null cf Kitty cithlli street, l.v.issi. '
The following forrr insure sales wrrs aiilonrneil (1ns
plot on well side nt Ftntri strret, wrat of VVillis airnns,
to Prptrnitier n. ami one tdot 011 soul Ii sulelaoih all eel,
wet of Wlllla arrnue lo Keiiirinhsr go. '
Foreeluauic salsa lo-ili) at the exchange are an
nniinced nr K. II. I.ndlow Co., premise nn Front
street 1 also one plot writ ililu Cttitlal atriuie. suuia
Ily A. II Muiler A Fan, one plut loutticaat corner
Fourth avenue snd Ninett-nrst street.
Hi Ur... 11 tvo.it, out plut esst aide Fifth avtnne,
south tgoili sireel.
Ur Jn. M. Mlllrr, one hnllillnt and Inl nertheait
cnrnerScvenlii avtnue anil Twentieth street t sisonnn
,nt nririlieist roriierSeventh sTenue and lg7lh street.
Ily II. V Harnett, one Inmas and lot southwest '
corner Sevenly.irventh slreet ami Madison nvenu".
Ur . II. Wilson, haiiilinir ind lot tuuin Has tiny ,
trsl iircet, west Ltxiugtuu avenue.
Npvt Vork Markets. 1
MoNtiAT, Aug. an. -Ftflt'n amu MrAtKlntir
Nn, 2 and suprrnne flrtnrr. I lira suite and Westtrii
stroncly held, with s limited Inquiry, winter whist
flour from new when dull ano stow of sale, bnulht rn
was In moderate demand, and Wralerit wlntsraln fair . ,
request, Mlnneaoln. on account of rain In the Norlh
west, held higher. Cum meal lower sn,l inorcaellTe. ,
llie flour drooping. We omite t No. 2, V linl., fl.got j
15 1 sun'rone Hiate nnd western, l'i gilsl.'i cot extra
Hate, Ac., .v.s,' in.in 1 Western snrlntr whi-at extrsi,
tasoi.tto.tfti no. XX and XXX,ll.g.'i4f7.2ai do. Ma
ter wheat X and XX, I'l 'i". 1 citf aiilpplnd etl'as,
fiV4lOIli cllr trade and laiully brands. J7i.'.s..j
ttoiithern bakrra' anil family brands, IJ.'J.VitS.ili
Houthern ahippint; extra. S.iin2 17.10. Itie flour f.u
pernne, .VIiv,ISJtn. Corn meal-VVetrrn, sicH I3.0IU1
(4.15 1 Ilrandywinr, Ae., II nt.tn.n.-,.
I'rov'pIoss .Pork nrinir on ttie apoti with a -footvile ,
mand t sales 7lallitila. new tiieaa al t2li.i2l.lll anil fur
future tlrllTcrv, 4,taio btils.st IgO.Gj tor iteiitttiiber, aud ,JI
-iiiV4il2o.P.t fur October lice! quiet. Pseiiii firmer - 1
wllh sales 1.V) boars city lone t tear it 12Ty,i:ie. cm
nuats aillet t piles Include heavy pickle. I hellle si 1
Utteaplrkled bains st llt'tcand iln. atiuuMers at liilsc.
lardwaduilt lalraoothc spot. 27.1 tea, si lltS,c fur
Western stt-sin. 13-i(c. fur new VVeiteni. snd 13t.c. for
prime rlty 1 and fur future delivery, lgaai le. tiriuiu ,
Weill ril at 1.1 17-H2C. furPfrtcmher, amllltHisl3II-l(lc.
for October. Pressed lines atesdl at lirwilc. Itutler
linn 1 Mate, 2;wa.'ic t VVtatern 17c3oe. Kggs very tlrni
at lAHte. tur VVealmi and Jersey. Chee.n duil and
weak al lis.clllic, for prime to eiinlee fsctorlea. '
(I RUN Wheal weak sales lsi.onn hush, st IL.'l'V , .
I1J1 ter s . It No. iprmu, tUUtail-'tt far No gtiu
taitu spring-. fl.as fur .Su.g Milwaukee nrlnir. Vl.&cj . '
lur choice No. 1 Mlnnetutu sprincr. ll.lil (erfslrorj-,
lt.ao fur No. 3 tprliir, J1.I7-, for anibrr Mate, and '
ll.UMf laV) for atnttcr .vuehlprin. 4'nrn lower and so I
live , sales loo.oisi btith. at 7fcc. fur warm, 77u7sc. for
itis-ii. "lvslc. fnraaii iniicii, aoc. fur do , tail half uf , I
h, ptemhrr.and ale. for vtllitw. oat iinseitiedt tilea 'I
6s.i3 I1111I1. st 4ue. fur eour hut, trnslkV. for new M 1P1 1
and Ohio ou Iraek, clilt'll'' at tVotauSlii'., Hoc. fi,r 11I1I 1 ,
VVra:ein tr.ued afloat, and &ne in alore. U)ca,'11il .
Me. fur new Hlate. Parley ni.tntnil. Parley malt
halra a il laiUi. Witttrn on lime at It lo.
i'ottojc The qiintiiioiii fur rotten 011 the spot am
reduced He. at tthlcli ;hu market liilrady. Midillina:
il.tlind. lfi'4C . and low inlillltii' dit. lie. Hales ,
1.071 balea, ol ttluili gVll ter rlitirl, l,Mti:l fur cutl-unll
Hon. aim 1:1c. fur speculation. Future adt-n ceil lie. 1 '
en Atnpist : other nmntha ib'cllne.1 Mr-Vl-ltte. Pali-s
IS-fiiHi bales. cl. slug, at 1 1 1:1 :r.'e. fur Auinist, 1:1 1', lite
fur hei'iemher, Utv fur on,, her. 1.117-c.tor Nnyetn
lier.13li.Hle. fur tleei-mner. Flaw fnr.laiiuary, i:i27-IWc, .
fur Ftbruirir, 14 1 Uie. fur Match, sad ll'ic. lur M 11.
The I.tfrrpoul market wai itcadyi inladllug ut'laudi,
Mxiislia Naval Hurra quiet, and strained rotln
nominal al II r.vtfl.70, while sntrlis st He. drrllna
lukl tuny st ai-ie 1'rtrnhuui dull and rlruopinic al
UWaillve fi.r rt-Dned In btila and tWi)te. furrruda
In bulk. Whiskey waa nnn and arllte, wllh rssihbu.
a 1.1 al 11.21. Tallow aold inielrratcir at UJi'tt) S-iec.
snd prime city held at PXc. Krfiglua easier and mors:
active 1 cram by alenm to I.lvt rpool. 7d.i by steam 111
London. KV(iV.i 1.1 and 10 Cork for nrd'-ra hy charier,
r.s, mviu renned p-lruhuni to Crouitadt, la. 7!4d. '
Hide III fair dc maud. Oils quit 1.
UKis:t.Bii:s-Ulo rulfi'O rtia,y, with sales of 3.4111
ban lu ihree Invulcts. part at 2ut-i'.ti'4e-, gntdt mild
irrsriri quiet. Iiomenlc rice qulei. put of Uaugo iu
l.'.oo iias auld at 12.70. rold, I' list us., 111 bond. Mo 11
I. ism a did). Suit, ra weie very quiet 1 sab's only cat I
hrds., mainly k-uud fair refining 1 11I11. at sue., and VI
bxa, crntrltugil at K1ie lUnnril supais . catty. Wn I
qiiutei Cult e -Java, '-iisgtici viiraeaino, 21ot2vc.. and
inn. Is'iji2iaje.. irgld. Uicv- Itan-tuuii, 2VcH culJ. In
bond, and O't-ulHe.. currency, dulv pauli itiuiieatlc.tlo
sc. Molasses Cutis iuitscovadu,:tik4l4c. Cubs etared.
3IV.l3.ic. 1 I'urto Itlro, .r,e 1 New Orleans, new
erun. OniiOe, Huitars Fair lo good rrnmn-r Cnha,
s-HS'c. , croirrr du.. sVulSHr-f crntrifural, sUi
V'se.i rrfiued, luuctHHc. fur hard, aud v;44Kc, fur
aufl while. 1 -
Live Mock .lliirhrl, I
Nrw Yoiik, Monday, Aug. fl. Ib relpts nf I
bcevta reitridtt and 10-day were 28 lar hud, or 4.S4H
Iliad, unkins ll,r22 fur the week, airahist a.'.is) istt, .
week. 1'uibt) mainly cniiiinou nud niecluin. tiaraet
fair rnr good in prime strt-r at sustained i.rlcs, nut
dull and lower lor inferior 10 medium esttle. 1'itureat 1
10 not ostites lul l nl Pi nr. p 11.. to drra r.Vi:,s s., t
with s few tnpa rrtaiteii at 13)4ril.iSe., snd common to 1
tslr Texas uutfChcruWec cauls t 7)s4isiie., tudreiatti 1
(.'SV ft. ,
Iteceipla of sheep and Utnba wtre 41 car loafs, nr ' I
8.(120 hcad.inakbiK 21 717 lor ihe wek, afalii't f;,rrt ,
laat werk. Hitpply amnt -, and the tutrkst ruleil cuter
al 4trrtliC. 1 rs forsaeir. and (lit tKUe. lur lami.a.
Kerelnta nf hufra wtrelaicars. or il,475 head, making (
10o;af"rltiu week, a.-aiiist 1 7.014 lust week, lain t
htijrs were quoted si M4 -sSUe. S, , And Iso small lola
of ncavy Stale do., 2Ott.no tta. average rikpictlvt'iy
were sold al 8V.
ma 1:1x1: iXTKt.i.m Kxri:.
MliUTrnr ituiNic-Tnt pvt.
Pun nil! ft 2d 1 Mm sen., a :c 1 iiuou sen .. 7 10
iiti.u tt t rvR-rins uti .
Ssudy Hook. 8 07 I Hut. Island, a Ul Hell (inc.. 10 is
Arrived Sloxiwr, Aug. 3d.
PtrtmthlpOl I llo iilnlun, Iticliuion I, City Point, sad
Norfolk. linUs. and oat,
bteamthlp ib-inunn, Km Janeiro, uidse. an I pais.
Meint.tup rirde.lllltel ill, indie, su I p.vs.
M'Hiirtili! 1.111, hsvaiinali, 111 Ise. and p lit,
ttiatiislup ryhec, sau I)oaiin:o tit. 111. tic. and pass.
Aiiulin utun river tiid euitt.viid ve nt.
: : z 1 I
?JusiMM Tlolitn. I
A Dollar I'nse nf lloiiin-iipiillile .Sledlelnes, I
with Ulreei inn tur ttu'ir ue, sent p stpala on iichr- 1 1
or 1 1 t-MUll'b lluniu'opathlc I'lurnwc), 101 4th sy..
Avoid (be Ordinary Nnimrnns mid Irrllullnrr
nurciiives usually kivcu lo Ouhir and uiiuiliilster
MlLk or iliosKali, whiih 11 gentle aud taslclcis.
Try ,11 r. Vlnlovv' Snnlhluc 4yriip. fer ill
dlitnsea ut clibilren, such teeiiilii-;, w ind colic, Ac
I rnu In ihe It I nod l nip pi led by llie I'mivlnn
t)rui w hii-h nun, 1 up nn iron ciiiisiitiitlou.
IIUFfV-lM'NN -On VVedneitay, Aug 2.1. hy tha II
Itev Ttiumii J. lliieey. uf the I liureli uf M. Sfiehael, II
Juiiti t , lm en to Uzie M ,only itauk'tileroi Ilia Uta II
rei'luts A. Iniu'l, all ut Hill city. Niit.ll'l. J
KA1. l.h I'-oS. -Mna ttnri'i liauio Mr. A. II. Lo- II
visoii, hotli nf this city .YicirJs, II
I.Ki M.I-MI Sim -I'M -At Ashitrv I'l-V, V. J on
Am. 2,1. n v llie ltr. vir. Frmkipi, VV'i'li.1111 A. l.eeklcr
ot Mew York tn Jennie l sioruin uf i'hllide'iihu Pa.
I.UM.VIIrt IIK.M lll..-On Miimiiy. 21 not., lu Ilia
U. t.N VV. ( unklili.-. P. II.. Ileiii v M l uu, nils ,.t Ne-s
Vnrk tn vtpH lirlihina Uestlie, ynuugeat daushteror
Corn I u lh iiil -or K111I1. tn. s .1.
hWlhl l OKlliri::.-t lieunluginn Centre, Vt..
Au-r. 2.,, hv the llev. laiac Jcnmiik''. I harlis Wright
hslfl lu I . l.iiuie I oinleri', rldesl dtughtt r ot VV II Ilia
A t urlilere uf this e,ty Nut-arils.
I'VW'I. KIN'SfV-Oll Mllinlaf, Aug. 21, al Ht. Vln.
cent tie I'iiuI's l hiiieli, VV'llllrtiiiHhurk'h, h) the IP v. Ka
Hi, r Ad .ins. Hi iijauilu VI. In tin of Witt M nibn,
Cunn., to viu. Kithiirn Kenny nf VVbliamtniirs-h, N. .
CMFFOHP. -Ou the LMtli lust.. John C1IU, r l. age,
32 t ears.
Tne irienit and rrlailves nf tlm family ars rrspoi'l
fully lutlted lu nllell'l the Inni ral. Imiu lua I tie rco-ib-in-e,
lt:l Imi-lon sirett, mi VSriliiesdair, bepl. 1, at a
' I'PIII'.AN.-Oa Monday, Aug. i'0, Patrick Curran, In 1
thr '!Hlli vear nf his itk.'. I
rrlemls and rrlillves nre resiieelfully Invited tn at 9
lend Hie lunersl, al nu lalo rtsl Jiine, rul um v., uu a
Tutsihv. ,u.'. .11, al I P. VI 1
TUVl At I'armel, I'litum eoiintv. Alls. '41, l.d-
ward II Irai i, Chief i'.uk-iuter ul the t-iuiun .'.,U .tact, 1
BlO'd 58 t.-trs. D
Ills fun, ral will tv place at Rl. llenrge's I bursa,
SUuy vesaul square, on V,'dn ml iy, s 'pi. I. nt In A . vt.
Sftftiitl JlollttS. , . 11
A .1111. 1. KIN DHI.l.tUS I5IVI1.N A WAV II V II
Tin. Mojt ri'Kl.ii:n
rF.MALK iicvia"si: as(x:iatiun. II
AT AbbXAMIKlA. VA ,hTTKOF VlltUINIA, ffl
W.178 CASH lilt IS, AMIItJ.S II SI. TO tl.OOO.IiOO
Numb, r uf tlekeis, Psj.ouo,
Whole lleketi, f.'o hilvet, lliii quarters, II i clghlhi, 1
i2uii. live and une-iialf tieki t. luo.
l-leven HekeU fur 12 HI. H
Orders may b ainlrrae, in the II, iu. JAVIKS II A 11. H
lllll'll. I'rrslilrul, Aleialulrla, Vs.. r.r F. MKICAI.I'K, B
flriurai Aki'111,82.. llronlsat, New Yir. 1'uit Ultlca
bui 4,430, beud for Ucscripllve circular. R
niUVVINO AftSOLUTFOIt MOVHV liRFPNUKl) JM
'iMM'lillK Tb'.llOltH.-Ur. bleiihena guir'an W
leia tu permanently rum eaneer. Iiitnor, und iinruriam mt
wilhuul Ihe use of the knife ur ratline ; nlvri the pi-
ttrnt Immediate relief fiuui pain Ap,ly or lend for
llliisiraltd eireuitr ; psrnenliri tree Address, p. .1. j
BIHl'IIKNh, II. p., tu l.iherlr si. Otllre hours, V lu Ui
A. V(.,un Munda)s, Wi'iiutsdrt)!,, and Mlurda)i. m
aiATTIIIlWK I'l ltE SilllA WATF.lt, P
'The most refreihtnn and wliuleamns boveraire at all I,
tiuii'a ' Dispensed at two thousand atorea lu New l
Yurs and vlcluliy Thn Mittiicwi Ai'i'iniTVa ills- M
pensta UtiverSkCi Irce fruin all cunlaminatinn. !
JOHN UATHII.Wb, New Yurk. M
"HOVA'i. "HAVANA I.OTTF.ItV. " jl
1310,000 dlitribuird every fifteen dijs. I'rlut . 9
cashed, orders filled, Information tumli'iel. lllgheit , IB
prices paid for Bpinuh bills, Uererumenu, Ac B
TAYLOll L CO., Ilinkrra, I
11 Wall st.. New Torlc 4 t
IIOVAI. HAVANA I.CITTKItV. H
Clrcnlars wllh full particulars sent free. Hf
P. 1'. PKVI.IN A CO.,
Btatlonera ind lietieril Aireuts, .10 l.lnertr at., N Y.
" II A I It A Nil WHIHKKIIN M.ATI.Y. hllllTT r,
FULLY, suitsiuy eui, iiiict'il lu r7er ityle at u Jjba f-
il.. uvir iuusdwar, fcliaTuig, (.