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Mdlm mutter on ntry pn.
With regret we mako the record that
the Democratic member of congress bavo
ndorted the back-aalary ileal, and bavo
dltgraced themselves and their party by
Toting for .Fernando wood for .speaker
Cox of Mew York, and llolman of Indi
ana, seceded from tho caucui. It It the
"Wood Democrat who havo ruined the
party. They mutt be suppressed. "With
Democratic leadon llko Cox and llolman
the Democracy may bono to mcceed.
"With luch Democrat Tiik IlDLtKTiN It
willing to act, but would a loon upport
Radlcallim a advocato Democracy a ex.
pounded by Wood and hit followors.
TIIK FINANCIAL SITUATION.
To the Editor :
Adda from the inexpediency acd Im
practicability of a present rciumption of
caih payment, cjnslderod wholly apart
from the will and wishes of tbo people, it
i perfectly certain that tbo will and
wishes of the great majority of tho peo
ple are docidedly against itiumption.
These intuition are bottor tbaa the elab
orate concluiloni of tbo financial phlloso
pher, of whom the great Napoloon laid,
"that if hi empire bad been made of
granite, theee would bavo ground it Into
Though it be quite Impossible to deny
the evil which flow from tho uie of irre
deemable papor, we wisely enough shrink
from incurring tboie other and greator
vile) which mut remit from thoio ma
uro of violence which mut of necenlty
preeedo reiumptlon, if it be immediate, or
even in the near future. When the enor.
moat taxation pressing upon the people it
reduced, for all purpose, from it preient
yearly turn of at leait nino hundred mil
lion, to four hundrod million, when tho
vait army of tax-gatherer i disbanded,
and a real republican economy 1 practiced
in all department of the public lurvlco,
both itate and federal then,
and not until then, ran
cah payment bo reiuraod without
wide-spread tuffonng and ilUtu?a,nrt.
But if paper monoy is attended with
groat evil, it ha alto performed groat
ervicei. In ancient time u in modeu.i
it ba tavod stalca from invasion
and ruin. Tlio contest between
Rome and Carthage wa dotormined
by a ludden expanNion of the currency
at Kom in a ayitom of credit, and tliu
government contracts wore discharged in
paper. .So lays I.ivy. Home of tho
greatest atruggloe between European na
tion in the past contury have bon de
cided by an extension of tbo papor circu
lation, The aatignata saved Franco from
her invader (17921704). The indepen
dence of the United State wa etfucted
by the uso o! paper. Th vy of Kng
land during the French revolutionary and
Napolconlo war was paper monoy. Tlio
overeign of Kuropo In 1BI-Mi issued on
Joint locurity papor note which woro cur
rent not only throughout Kuropo, but oven
in Atia; and wore unablod by thuir uso to
crush Napoleon, (rjoo the Decreo of tho A 1-
lied Sovereign, dated at l'otorwldon,
Saxony, September 30th, 1813.) In Spain,
during the I'unintular war, Wellington
wa reduced to droadful ttralahte for want
of monoy, but bit papor note
carried him ,on. Without fur
ther inuttplving instances, wo may
a it powerful effects, wbon it is ade
quately quiranteod and is uniform in il
value, by referring to tbo history of cur
own poop!. From the adoption of tbo
constitution in 1789 to 18C0 a period of
eveaty yean tho accumulated public
wealth reached sixteen thousand millions
Our monetary systoms were, during thoso
threo score and ten years, fluctuating and
vicious; and the current money of tint
country wa in bad or uncortain credit
But from 1601 it ha been steady and uui
form in value, and, although we sulTerod
vast lossts by reason of war, the increase
in the public wealth in the decade ending
jbiu was not less than tea tboussnd mil
lions i nor deducting four thousand
million from the astlmat made by the
able ana careiui superintendent
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vouaui, uiu, jrncis A. Walter
Tbi is a very astonishing fet j probably
unpreceaenwa in me History of nations
No doubt there ha ben great cprruotloni
but would the corruptiou have been less
under a ttnetly cash-paying money tvs
tern? The English financial svstem has
been a paper cuirenoy constantly convert
I ble into coin, but there bavo been h
fearful panics since 1825. "due," aay
ilcGllbart ("The Principles and Tractlce
of Hanking," p i5) "to iu.ny distinct
causes. Thus, the panic of lfasr, has
been ascribed to anticipated profits on
working foreign mines; that of 183C
cnieny io too rapid extension of
Joint stock banks; that of lbJ7
to excosslve railway unlertaking ; that of
1B67 to reckless overtrading ; and tho last,
that of 1B66 (mainly dun u a mistaken es
timate of the advantage of the Limited
Liability Act, which lod to the too rapid
formation of financial companies,) ha
been (tylsxl a banking panic, ilut altbo' It
be true that each issue of the kind is In
large part produced by a distinct proil.
wain cause, yet the primary cause of each
and all I Inordinate ipeculatlon begotten
of the lust of gold, ilen are in baste to
tw rich. Honesty
glyca p!ftc to oipodieucy. 8ulft4
ions, iricKory,;unTrmno mo nrc-j.
and grow Into e'onflrnVo-s
Tba ibams of prlvr
business. Polly fraul f
ovolop Into gl-
fftnllo swindle. o
tMoutness n mad-
dsnlnRdaslrotohvo onc( ..V) frolll
coml,",," " " .oliM-burrlii the flloi
Intoth moinr i culinlncjy woven for lnoni
and the wr k como tho vlcllmi.
AIIthl undsrn ttrlct cash-navlne v-
tcm I w'.tlcb, v.o aro jolonmly insured will
-jmy iMtncdy all our difficulties,
but vlll mml our morals attboiame
tlmt, "III? torv." however. '. nhllnsonhv
teaching by examples," and tho fallacy f
tbo nieurtneo li too obvious to deceivo.
iilaim: ke-i:m:l'lei .speaker of
IIIK I.OEK IIOU.SE.
TIIK PRESIDENTS MESS.UJE TO J1E
LIVELY IIOW AMONG DEMOCRATIC
FFIINANDO MOOD. TIIE SALARY
GRADUKR, ENDORSED FOU
THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
WisiiixOTON. Docembor 1. Tho Dem.
ocratio party in tho houso it in danger of
a split. Their caucus last Saturday night
win one oi mo stormiest over noid. sixty
nino membors woro presout, and as soon
as they assembled It was found that a con
certed effort was to bo rnado by corrhln
membors t giro tbuir nomination of
spoaker to Fernando Wood. Tho voto bo-
ing purely romplimontary, it would bo ro
gardodasan Indorsement of Mr. Wood's
defonse of tho back-pay voting. Thore
was robollion in the camp at once. As
soon as the caucus was orann.
ized, Mr. Uolaman, of Indiana, of
fered a resolution donomicini' tho back
pay and Credit .Mobiller, and (Idem o J
that no ono who voted for, or defended.
tho first, ought to lo soUc'.ed by tho De
mocracy. This wa
A DIRECT 1II.OW AT UU. WOOD,
who bad been placed in nominntiun. Mr.
Robinson, of Illinois, was nominated as a
compromlso sandidute, wbilo S. S. Cox
was put up by tuo New Tork Democrats
a tlio anil-back-pay candidate. Tho dis
cussion wa very blttor, at times per
sonal, especially between Bldridgo, of
Wisconsin, and Jlr. llolman. Tho lattor
was denounced asademaL-ocuo.und wursn. .
and llolman retorted on Kldridge ns tho
supporter of overy scheme of plunder
and corruption bofore congress. Two
voles lor spoakor went had. On tho first
A. II. Stophens 1, and thruu olliers scat
tering. Thoro worn thirty-flvu votes for
Indorsement of back-pay. On the second
ballii Wood rucoiveu 41, nine or ten votoi
bnlni; elvan to harmunleo mittttrt ; Cox
21!, acatterlnp, S. Messrs. Cox and llol
man withdrow from tho caiicuj. It is
stated that tho balaiico of New York
Democrats will follow Cox, and that at
least twonty votes will bo recordod to
tiii KrrKCTor thxhi'I.it
will, It is bulievud, provu of greator im
portance than tho moro point lit issuo, and
may extond In an actual division on the
floor. Considerable intorest and discus
sion has beon aroused over this matter,
and tho question of repealing the mlnry
bill and providing for a legal covering
into tbo treasury of returned back-pay has
ashamed renewed Importance. It looks at
present as if somn hill on thuso points
would bo rushod through the houso with
out oven the customary romtnilteo refer
enon. or. if It it referred, it will bo nnder
Instructions of an immodiato report. Sev
eral members bavo resolutions frnmocl,
calling upon tho troaiuror to report to tho
house tlio names of all memhora who have
Ippositod their back-pay with him
Wasuimiton. Docombur 1. Tho senate
was called to order at noon by Vlco l'resi-
Senator lngnlls prosentod tlio creden
tials of Robert Crozier, wjio was appointed
by the governor of Kaneas to fill tho va-
ancy causod by tho resignation of Culd-
woll. The credentlali woro recoiveJ. and
thor olMcer woro admittod.
It was ncrucd that tho innato moot
daily at 12 o'clock, until othcrwiso or-
It V Mr. Sumner: a bill to authorize) thn
Issuo of compound intorest note as a sub
stitute for legal tonders.
Also a bill to protect persons against
Inveigling from abroad or kidnanninir.
lorciuie uoiunuon or involuntary servl-
Mr. Sumner said ho introduced this bill
to cover a number of cases whlcb had oc
curred sinco tho last russlon of congrou.
no reierrou to ouo Italian csildron now
held in srvitudo In this country, having
ioen Kiariappou irom abroad. Also by
Mr. Sumner a bill to provide for the ad
justment of thn French tpoliation claims.
ny nr. uonKiingj a bill relating to
cortaln monies appropriated for mombcrs
11 y Mr. Kdinuods. of Vermont! A MM
sroating commissions to adjust the com
pensation for depredation by tho rubel
cruises, awarded by the Geneva tribunal.
y Mr. Wright, of Iowa; A bill to
cnangoiiie imio tor holding circuit and
district court in Iowa; also u bill to renoal
tho act of March 3, 1873, increasing the
salary of certain porsons thoroln namad.
-v. w mi net to ustabltsii i
uniform system of bankruptcy throuch
out tho United States; also a bill to cstab
nsn a nrancamini at uh nnn.
RyMr. Morton ; a bill repealing sec-
tiuui ui uuiuii ai Joui as provided
for Involuntary bankruptcy.
By Mr. Fonton ; a bill to revise cortain
law of the United States,
iiy Mr. Window ; a Joint resolution
proposing an amendment to the romtltu
tlon of the Unitod Stales, providing for
uncnon oi unuou ninie senators by
Dy Mr. Morrnll. of Vermont, a minln
tlon Instructing the flnancn commltloe to
inquire into tho upodlency tof reporting
a bill providing for free banking and tho
resumption of specie payment, to take
enxct January I, ihio,
Mr, Ferry, a resolution instructing the
flnanco committoo to consider and report
remedies fortheproiont financial dorang.
The vice-president Uld before the sen.
ate the resignation of Dr. Newman Chap
snan. Mr. Sumner said bo had a Qablo dispatch
gr - .
Repcrted hxpressly for the Bulletin.
THE CAIHU DAILY
from Madrid, which bo had found
on bis table upon arriving in
Washington. It had been proparcd
by soveral members of tho Spanish cortos,
and was addressed to Senators Sumnor
and Cameron, lie asked an unanimous
cunront to bavo It read.
Mr. Sherman objected. Ho thought it
an unwisd coursn to read dispatches from
foreign governments lioforo wo had ro-
celved information from our own on the
Mr. Sumnor thought his frlond Shorman
would not nhjict if he know the contents.
vr. uonklin said, "won wo can restrain
otr curiosity till wo get tho president's
Tho aennto took a recess for half nn
hour, at tho expiration of which timn it
re-asinm bled, whon Mr. K linunds said it
was evident that thny could not K(t tho
president's mossago to-day, on account of
tho timn to t-o consumed in swonrlnp; in
miiiii Mors and organizing trio iiousr. He
therefore, moved that tho senatn adjourn
uniiii Vi o clock to-morrow, which was
Mr. Rucklngham introduced a hill In re
lation to bounties, providing that old
bounties u ml or tho pruiidonl'a proclama
tion of May 3, 187;l, actually mustered
Into tho servlco of tho United States be-
foro August 0, 1801, and accepted by tho
war department under said proclamation,
shall I o paid run bounty of ono hundrod
dollars ns promised in said proclamation.
Jlr. Uolikling s bill relating to cortaln
monies nppropnaiud for membors of con
gross, provides that all monies apnr.ipri
ated as compensation to members of tho
I2d congress in excess of mileage und
allowances fixed by law at tho commence
ment ol aalil congress, and which shall
not liavo beon drawn by membors of raid
congress, rsspectively j or which having
been returned in any form to tho United
States, aro hereby covorod into the treas
ury of tho Unitod Stated, absolutely tho
same as If thoy had novor beon appropri
ated as aforesaid.
Mr.Pratt introduced a bill ilxlng the sal
ary or sonators and representatives
in congress at five thousand dollar nor
annum, which shall be in lieu of all exist
ing provision of law for their compensa
tion except actual Individual travollng ex
penses from their homos to tho soat of tho
government and return, and two hundrod
dollars per annum for postage, stationary
and nowspspers. it authorizes the dis
bursing officers of tho tonato and houso to
rotain ono-tbird of each month Irom the
compensation of senators, representatives
and delegates of tho prosont
congross, ns will amount by
tho tth of March, 1875, to an
excess nbnvo tbo rato of $5,000, which hat
been horotnfore paid undor act of March
3, lb73. Tho sums so retained to bo re
turned to tho treasury of.tho United Statos.
Tho bill introduced by Mr. Kdmonds to
provldo for tho distribution of tho sum
awardod to tho United Stales by the
Geneva tribunal of arbitration is tho samo
hill which wax reported favorably by tho
sonato judiciary committee last January.
oriMNU (IK T.H SESSION.
Washington, December 1, The Houso
win called to order ut' noon by Mr. ilc
Phorson, tlio clerk, who callod the roll of
mombera by states. The galleries woro
crowded and most of tho seats In tho hull
were occupied. When I.ouiwiana was
reached tho clerk staled that tbure wore
but two unchallenged cerlillcules
from that stato, thoso of Mr. Darroll mid
Mony, from tho Third and Fifth districts.
HOUSE or IlKI-KEHKTATlVXM.
The roll having been called, it appeared
..v... nu .Hmv.K.. nr m . .; .
anjworod to thoir nmnm. Tho House thuu
proceeded to tho election of Spoakor.
Mr. Maynard nominated .1. G. Illuino.
.Mr. Xildack nominated Fernando Wood.
llolomari nominated S. H. Vox, who
said Iiowms not a candidate for tho posi
tion. Toilers having beon appointed bv tho
clnrk,a voto was taken with tho following
Fornando Wood 77.
S. S. Cox 2.
ClyMor of Ponasylvania, 1.
Alex. II, Stephens, 1.
JJIuine was declared therefore duly
elected sfoakcr of tbo House of Represen
tatives for tho Forty-third Congress.
Maynard and Wood conducted lllaino
to tho spoakor chair.
On taking tho chair Mr. lllaino said -.
Gentlemen of this llouas or Rkp
KKHBNTATivxa: The vnto thit moment
nnuouncod by the clerk, is bucIi an oxnros
sion of your confidence as call for my
sincorest thanks. To bo chosen sneaker
of tho American lidliao of Representa
tives m aiwny an nonorauiu illotincllon ;
but to bo chosen a third luun onhanrea
tho honor moro than three fold. To bu
choson by tho largest body that ever as
sembled in tho capitnl imposes upon mo i,
burden, ton responsibility of which only
your indulgence and Kindness could out-
boiaen mo to assumo.
Tho first occupant of this chair presided
our a homo of sixty.flve momburs, rupro
sonliug a population far bulow tho present
"gBr'gatu ot lliosiatoel iNew utk. At
that time, in the whole Unitod Statos
there wuro not fifty thousand civilizod in
habitants to bo found ono hundred miles
distant out from the lbw of tbo Atlantic
tide. To-day, gontlomon, a largo majority
of you comn from boyond that limit, and
represent district tnon peopled only by
tho Indians, and adventurous frontiers
men. That tho national government is
not vot as old as man v of Its chlznrn hut
in this brief span of timo, less than one
longthoned lifo it has under God's good
providencoandoxlondcd lis power until a
continent Is tliu Held ol its ompiro, and at
lout tnu majesty ot Its law. With the
growth of now ttatos and tho rosulting
changes in the centres of population, now
Intorest aro developed rival to the old ones
but not moans hostile, diverse but not an
tagonistic, riay rather are nil these in
terests in harmony and tho truosorvice of
just a government it is to givo to
suctions Its full and fair
play, oppressing none by undue exaction,
favoring nono by undue privilege. It is
this groat lesson which our daily experi
ence is teaching us, binding us together
more closoly, making our mutual dtpond-
unco nun manliest nu causing US to tool
that wherovr wo livo, in the north or In
the south, In tbo cast or in the wast, that
we have but ono country, constitution,
and one destiny.
Mr. Dawes, senior number of th
House, administered tho oath of olllrn in
the spoaker, who, thoroupon, proceeded to
wear in ive aiuniuiiri,
About fifty members from southern
Slates, who could not take tho oath of
ouico wbich Is known as "iron clad." took
tho modified oath. Pruinlnotit among
them was Stephons of Uoor.-U
The next business in ordor being the
election of clerk. Mr. Mavnard
resolution covoring all olectlvo officers of
me iiouse : ror sorgeant-at-arms, N. G,
uruway; uoor-vnopur, U. ,S. Ilurton
postmaster, II. .1. Sherwood; chaplain.
Rev. J, G. llutlor.
Mr. Niblack moved to amend by in
sorting instead of the foregoing, thn fol
lowing names: Geo. 0. Wlddebory, Peter
Rod", Chas. W. Conies, A. J. Starling and
Rev. H. II. Mahon, The aruoudmont was
rejected, ana me original resolution wat
adopted, and tlio olucert sworn In,
were then railed and sworn in, with thn
exception of Geo, O. Cannon, of Utah, in
reference to whom Mr. Mcrrlam offored a
BULLETIN, "UESDAY, DECEMBER 2, W7S.
resolution deciding tat Cannon had taken
an oath IricoAslttenbvith citizenship, and
with bis obligation s adolegato; and has
boon and continues i bo guilty of practi
ce In violation and ieCnnco of tho law;
and referring lo.thuommlttoo of oloction
the question of Canon' right to a sett.
Mr. Cox opposed ho rosolut'on as tond
Ing to estallish a vry dangerous prece
dent. Hero was n rim a fide caso with a
regular rcrtlflcato lorn the governor of
Utah. Ho moved tha tho delegate besworn
in. Tho resolution wat further opposed
on samo ground byillutlor, O, F. Hoar,
Potter and Maynari; and thon on motion
of Niblack the rosoitlon was laid on tho
table, and tho oath f ofllco administered
Tho Houio thou yoccoded to drawing
The rorliflp.ln. In ilm Kn.lli fi.rMan
district, Messrs. Sunk and Nell' being
opposing claimants wa referred to tho
coinmiltoo on ulectins, with Instruction
to report at an carljday. Thncertltlcates
is nn altornativo o.o, depending on the
lociinicmiij as to us ii votes which wero
cast for Shanks butJvbich woro excludod
Mr. Hale, of Milne, gavo nolico that
ho would that ho wmld to-morrow intro
duce and press to eirly passago, a bill to
repeal mu increaso )i salaries.
Mr. Htltrk weuthn. nrmtnlaH an annlli-a
tion for pension to ail soldlors of the war
of 18 PA
Mr. Duller, of Massachusetts, offered a
ruiuiuuun io aumit in ineir seats juessr.
Syphor, Sholden and Pinchback, of Lou-
iBiana. tviwioiu aciion i!in iinuio an
ALL UIET OX THE POTOMAC.
OPINION'S OF THE NEW YORK
PRESS ON THE SETTLEMENT.
WHAT TIIK NEW YDUIC BEHALP MAT.
New Yoaic. N'ovsmhor 10 Tho Her
aid, to-day, editorially comtnonts on tho
lw.lt,.. . .1- 1 . ....
Spain to tho United States In tha Vircin
imtiw.nuH ui mu concusiiun inauo uv
ius caso, and says : Wo are or tbo opinion
that in the history of nations there aro
sotiio things worso than war. If tho
statement published gives an accurate
account of the conclusions reached,
tbn, suroly, tho demand for
reparation has sneaked to anontomptiblo
and wretched close.' Never beforo wat an
international ntgotlation so wretchedly
pitnui in us rosuits. Spain yields us re
paration certainly. .Shu even slaps the
United States In tho face with it. Tho
miscreant, IluritI, will go altogether un
punished savo by such farce of trial Or rc
buko as Spain may choose.
WHAT THE HEW YokK TIJIS.M hV4.
Tho Time ssys: Now that the gov
rrnment at Madrid has arranged with
that at Washington to dellvor up tho
Virginius, it -is clearly timn to discuss
tbo actual status ot this sleumir when
shit cleared from this port in Oc
tober, 1870, and whan sho was captured
three year later by tho Tornado. Ills
found, by referenco to shipping nrlicleson
iile In the No York uslom-hon"1, that
sho was cleared by Collector Murphy for
Curacoa, October 4, 1870. It thon ap
pears she was purchased on August V7,
1870J(by Jobn V, l'aitersoo froin Jdie
runnor uurlug our civil war;
that sho was condemned and
sold at MoMlu Foliiimrv 14. 18C).
and registered a an Ainwrican vussel at
Now Orleans as tho Vlrglniua, June 23,
1b;u; tlial sho passod into tha ownership
of the United States in tho collection of a
debt from Miles T. Steele, May 14, 1807,
and thence to Patterson moro than threo
years aftorwards; she therefore became
an Amorican vc't'jl under the law of IT'.'.',
by naturalization, and was registorod in
18Stl and 1870 as wholly owned by
CITIZENS OK THIS COUKTUV.
It also says'on the bond which waa given
by Patterson to obtaiu this registry and
certitluatea no sureties wero given, as tbo
law rciiulrcs tliu uudertakini; or owner
and master should be performod and the
registry nut fraudulently used, more
should bis a critical Inquiry Into tho'caute
of tbtt om'Mtion, because a truthful and
correct registry underlies our whole sys
tern ot creating Amorican vessels which
carry on n foreighn trado. This, thoTimos
considers, is tho only Haw in tho rogistry
of the Virginius.
Frosi St. Louis,
A rlOHT WITH IJESPEItAUOES.
St. Louih, December 1. Tbo Kansas
City -Journal yesterday, bud a private loi
ter from Crockett, Texas, stating that a
party of Texan desperadoes attempted to
break up the pcrformanco of John Itobin
son's circus, at Jacksonville, on tho 23d
of Novomhor, but woro provented and or
der restored. About five o'clock this ovo
nlng, however, as tho circus men wore
loading their animal wagons, etc, on tbo
cars preparatory to leaving town, a largo
number of roughs attacked the men with
knivos and pistols mid a general and des
peruto fight ensued in which threo Teians
woro killed, soveral wounded and six cir
cus men wounded Robort Stlckney had
a knoo dislocated, and it is feared ho
never will be able to rido again, Chas,
Robinson was knocked down with a club.
Three canvassmon shot through tho legs.
One hostler shot through tho breast, an
other stabbed in the back. Aa tbo train
was leaving town it wa fired on and one
man slightly wounded. Threats wero
mud ii by tho Texans that they would go
to urocKttt again and attack tbo circus,
Robinson has sent to Houston for ammu
From San Francisco.
San Francisco, Lecomber 1. Evory
ilort will tir.ilialilv hu rnada 1 tha .all.
road monopolists at Sacramento tn stave
itT .1.. ..!....! 1 1. .. 1 .. , .
uu tuo vrKuiaiuu ui iuu jpgiiiamrc
Gov. liooth is steadily gaining ground,
and tho porsonal friends of Senator Cat
soriy says ho will now support Uooth.
Yesterday near Klko. Novada. John
Davis shot and instantly killed S. S,
uodge, whon Thomas iirown, Davis'
brother-in-law, a moro boy, drew a revol
ver and shot Davis through tbo head kill-
ing mm Inxtantly, and then made his es
cape. Domestic troubles in Davis' family
was the causo. Iiodgo had triod to induco
Mrs. Davis to leave her husband and livo
A Uro broke out in Pacific strcot to-day
and dostroyed tbo Atlantie hotel and sev
eral'other buildings. Chns, Allon a guest
of tho hotel whs burnod to doutb.
From Cleveland, Ohio,
Ci.evelanp, December 1. Tho resi
dence of Odoro Hacko, No, 37o Wood
land avenuo, was almost totally dostroyod
by fire yesterday morning. Los 15,000,
A young man namod Henry Oberor,
died of dolorlum trome'ris at a disreputa
ble houso on Uf.lon Lane on Baturday
night. Thn inquest resulted in a verdict,
of death fron, excestivo drinking.
HEATH ON TIIE HIGH SEAS.
COLLISION BETWEEN TWO OCEAN
OVER TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST.
FULL LIST OF
New York, December 1. London
dlmalchua received to-day, uivu an ac
count of tho disastor to the steamship
Villa do Havre. Tho dispatch says :
Tho ship Trlmountaln irom Mow York,
arrived at Cardill' early this morning,
with tho intelligence of a dreadful disas
ter to tho steamship Vlllo do Havro which
loft Now York November lClh for Havro,
In command of CapL Surmoiit. At two
o'clock on the morning of tho tho
Villo de Havro caino in collision with
tlio llrltish ship Lochernp, from London
for Now York, and sunk shortly after.
Two hundred and twenty-six of tuo pasi-
nneort of tho Vlllo do llavru woro lost,
Tho Trimounlaln saved 87 passengers and
lireui-ht Ihtni to CardilL
Tho'genoral ofllco of tho Trans-Atlan
tic Mall uioamsnip company, oo nroau
wav. was becoliMd at an early hour this
mornlnir bv persons who aought informa
tlon concerning tho loss of the Villo do
Havre. Many of thoso who called were
nlalnlv autferine from torriblo suspenso in
regard to the fato of friends or near rela
tions on board, aevcrai porsons sun ig
norant of the disaster entered tho otllco al
ditl'orent times and asked in a chocry
manner. iLlbe Vlllo do Havre had rcachod
nort. In each of theso cases a momen
tary silence followed, broken only by tho
reply of tho clork that tho vessel had not
vot arrivod. U no other inquiries were
made, , tho person left without further In
tolllgoncn, lor an teemed to snriuK irom
communicating view which might bo
llko a death blow to tbo bearer. Among
thoso who visited theotllcu for particulars
or the disaster, was A. lltnnlnger, r.v
llroad street, whoso wifo and daughter
wero on the steamor. Ho bad teceivtd
dispatch from tils daughter saying sho win
alivo and going to Paris. Fannie, his
wlfo was therefore lost. Mr. Ilenninger,
who is an elderly man, was evidently half
stunned by tlio sudden stroke, and his
erlof exoiUd tho sympathy of strangers
as well as friends. Tho following Is a
list of tho cabin pasoncers who sailed
oritbovcsrsl from this port on tho 13th
Capt. C. Hunter, Mrs. Hunter Mita
Caroline Hunter, Miss Mary Hunter, Mhs
Anna Hunter, Mrs. Hunter's maid, Mrs.
Lozurc, -Mrs. M. R. Simons, Mrs. Ren
nlngor and daughter, Mrs. Stukx, Mr. and
Mm. Montague, Miss Montague, Rev. W.
Weis, Kmlllo Cook, A. L. C. Porlman,
Henry W. Kidi, Mrs. Kidd.Mr. Antrim,.
U. Carey, Rov. Antonio Carraico, Prof
C. Pronteer, Mr. nnd Mrs, Wm. Hwift and
child, Mr. Lourioux, Mr. Cramor, Mrs.
Kdmond Cnrtis and maid, C. Harriett
Waito, Mr. Lamotho. F. L. Lado, Mrs. K.
Ferdinand, Mastor V. Ferdinand, Mrs. C.
Piatt, Hamilton Murray, Mis Murray,
Alfred llarhanson, il. L, Suad
rille, George 11 Taylor. James II shop,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moxter and two
Miss K. Kdgaa, Miss Carollno Ttirr.eat,
Mrs. If. G. Hpafford, Miss Maggio Hpaf-
ford and infant, Alias NichoUb, Henry
llelknap. Mrs. I). Goodman and two chil
dren and a nurse, Mr. and Mrs. Segourria
A. (i. nnd W. bcKournry. Miss A
Socournay and nurse, Mr. and Mrs Tbos
Hammond, Frank Hammond, Mrs, Allen
Hammond, Clonncr Hammond, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Johanique, R. Williams, Judge
Peekham and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Colls
dorn, P. Sarrasabrl, E. Ilestie, Miss Mario
Horn, Miss Mary Chursli, Miss Putnam,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dreshe, Autcmle
Lafarguo, Antonetto Li. iron, Louis Lynne,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Freak, Mnrionnelto Freak,
Marionnotte Freak, Jr., Willie Kills,
Marconnetto Desire, Cboquette Smith,
Lack, M Raptist Raynretn, Piorco Hallo,
Robert Honavonture, Rev. C Simon, Hyp.
palete Vaite, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Han
grand, Engine Rangrnnd, Emili Danvo,
Henri Jlallatt, Sebattlon llallntt, Chas
Uurnicaug, Alox. Clavonol.
A London dispatch dattd 0 o'clock this
evening gives the following additional
particulars of the (utattropbo of the Villa
do Havre. She was struck amidship by
an English vessel, the Locborne, and
sank in twelve tninutea. Tho Lichorne
got out her throo boats and stood by tho
spot all morning, picking up autvivorr.
It was not until well in tbo forenoon of
the same day tbataho fo.l in with tho ship
Trlmountaln, bound for England, to whose
dock sho transferred tho saved and wont
her way for New York.
A still later dispatch says that some i f
tho passengers on the VI lu do Havro
were known to havo launched throo of hor
bouts and there is just a ray of hope that
tbey may have oscapod watery graves.
Thojship Lochorno wat to badly dam
aged by the collision with tho stoamer
Villo de Havro that the persons rescued
by hor from tbo wreck, requested to bo
put on board tho Trlmountaln.
Later dispatcho from Card ill' bring the
following additional particulars of tbo
loss of the stoamship Vlllo do Havro. Sho
wa itruck amidships by the Locborne,
and sunk in twolvo minutes after tbo col
lision. Thn Lochorno immediately
launched 3 boats which rondored all ser
vice possible by them, Fifty-three of the
crow woro saved, including the captain,
and those go to make up the ai saved
are 10 women. Among the saved are tho
following: Capt. Surmount and five other
omcert, ut ot the crew and il passengers,
XAUEB or 1-AK9ENUERS SAVED
Sarah Hunter, Annlo Hunter, Helen
auxior, Jkiediune Minor, rtmno uook,
nov. n. weis, Mr, it. is. apoiiord, Mrs
illsbop, Charles Crostrew, Mrs. llreeder,
Francisco Dado, Valle, R. A. Mitch-
II, .Jr., F. Marcound, Fanny Uincngor,
Alfred Rabaranson, Favler Penqulenot,
Mr. Lenox, O. Rurrott Waito, 0. Edgar,
Mrs. Maria Buckley, Wm. Swift and
wife, A. R. McCreeny, Mr. Cramor,
Honry Rolknap, Legrand.
Among tho passenger tn tho Villo do
Havre wero tho following membors of
LATE KVANUELICAI. ALLIANCE
returning to their homos; Rev. Antonio
Catrarco, of, Spain Prof, K. Pravior, of
Geneva; Rev. N. Wolss, Emits Cooke
and Mr, Lorriero, of Paris. Alfred liar
baronson, of tho Rolglum legation at
Washington, wat alto a passenger.
A later Lbndon tolegram says: Thn
survivors of the Valla do Havro reached
Rristol to-day. They were all saved by
tha boats of the Locborne, and trans,
ferred to tho L, Mountain, which carried
tham to Cardiff, There is great oxcltc
mont in London over tho loss of the vos
stl. trial or manor ouuminus.
Right Rot. Ii. II. Smith, D, D. of Ken-
tucky, has Issued a paper announcing that
Dr. Gumming! will be tried for violation
of section ono, canon nine, title two, and
saying any ripiscopsi act attending imi
trial win be nun and void. All membors
of tha church are required to give no
countenanco to any muvotnent in which
Dr. Cummlng it engaged.
DEATH or TWEED.
The rumor that Wm. M. Tweed I dy
ing is confirmed bv a roport to tho
mayor ollice. Mo Is tatd to bo In the
hospital with lotlatnallon of the brain,
and at ono o'clock to-day be wat not ex-
pectod to nvo tin evening.
From FUliklll, N. Y.
DESTROYED 11 T riEE.
Fisiikii.l, N. Y. December 1.
An incendiary tire this morning de
iroyed the entlro business portion of tho
vuisgo. Jiost 3iun.uuo; insurance loo,
000. A man named Edward Jones bas
hem arrested on suspicion of being the
. - .
From Indianapolis, Iud.
Iniiiamai'olis, December I. Tho num
ber of hogs killed In this city in Novem
ber, wa 109,083, About 00,000 more than
the samo amount killed last year.
"CARRY THE NEWS."
Ww arc tho only houso in tho city that toot adraiitago of the late
FORCED PANIC SALES.
Itoiitiht by Mr. Stuart durim; the last two weeks at forced silts, enabling us to sell at 26
'M per cent, less than any other houe In tho city.
Itemcmber that we an- tlio'only house lu the city Hut have had thti nerve to "pitch In
no ijk uuvamaxe ni a demoralized ury goods umaci.
N'o uld good to work off at war price.
tayC()MK AND SKK WHAT HKAtii
-New goods coming in every day,
'Pis. i...f,ifi.r..i,w..J ..r il.:.
iiu iiiai in i in iiLrn vj 11111 aitiviu
iii.ui iiiiiuD, i iiin an r.o, aim
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AIIIIO.N Ah much ol the bird food sold over the country, U mai
e to the c hfapiic. tlian In the quality or ihi! ingrtdlviits ued, we adt
a Singer they value, to purchase none but Audubon Mocking Hlrd Foot
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