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Trliiloi" Jlosi Tticoil, Ac. Ac
New YoitK, Oct. HO. The horse li!nso
lins iippciucd at Tort Jervis, New York,
especially nUbctitiK horses on tho Delnwnrc
and Hudson Canal ; also extending to Co
lumbus, Ohio, whero three eases have oc
curred. Oxen have been sent from tho In
terior of New York to take tho places of
horses In tho city.
The weather Is favorablo to-day.
One hundred deaths wcro reported yes
terday among horses. Nearly all aro af
fected. Rergh has announced his determination
to prevent the working of all'ected horses.
Several companies have brought suit
against Bergh for $25,000, and praying nn
injunction against him.
Occnn s-teamers leave to-day only one
third loaded.
Soveral sugar refineries havo stopped.
The stable superintendent thinks the
working of diseased horses will run the
malady into glanders.
It is stated that ilfty cows have died
from tho horse maladylat East Orange,
New Jen-ey.
Mrs. Greeley is dead.
Steamboats at many different points on
North and East rivers to accomodate trav
el, are impeded by the malady.
Mrs. Horace Greeley died this morning
at the residenco f Mr. Alvln Johnson.
During the evening yesterday her symp
tom wero of such a favorable character as
to Inspire some hopes of her recovery.
Such expectations, however, proved un
founded, as she had two chills during the
night, after which she was very easy un
til she ceased to breathe at 4 A. jr., passing
away peacefully without any preceptiblu
struggle. The funeral will take place at
Doctor Chapiu's Church at 12 o'clock Fri
day. The New York Central directors o-day
authorized the issuo of forty millions of
bonds for the purpose of laying two addi
tional tracks from New York to Duilhlo
for the great traffic.
Tho Chicago and Northwestern Railroad
directors to-day authorized the issue of
convertables to the extent of ten millions
of dollars under the direction of the exe
cutive committee. The Rock Island Com
pany also authorized the, issue of ten mil
lions to pay tho floating debt of the St.
Paul and Pacific Rond and leased the road
of tho Northern Pacific. It failed to pay,
its coupons and its workmen have stopped
work.
Cr,uvi:i,ANi, Oct. 30 One livery stable
reported 2o new cases of the malady yes
terday. Cincinnati, Oct. 30. The lo?s by the
burning of the steamer Kate ICinner at
New Albany, Ind., last night was twenty
three thousand dollars.
Kr.v West, Oct 30. The steamer Anna,
which arrived hero this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock, from Nassau, brought intelligence
of the bumintr of the steamer Missouri,
en route from New York for Havana. Of
all the patsengers she had on board, only
12 are Known to be saved. Tho Captain
and crew of the ill-fated vessel are said to
be among those who have perished.
liosTox. Oct. 30. A letter has been re
ceived from Charles Sumner at Paris, de
clining the coalition candidacy for Gov
ernor of Massachusetts.
PaiLADKLi'itiA, Oct. 30. Thero are no
new cases of the horse malady, and no
deaths here.
The corner stono for tho 'Academy of
Natural Science was laid to-day.
St. Louis, Oct. 30. Tho Jlcpublican
publishes a brief correspondence this
morning from Texas under date of Oct.
27th, in which it reports that the Indians
had made a raid into Hood and Parker
counties on tho Brazos river, killing one
woman and wounding several other per
sons. The Indians still remained in Texas
and the citizens were organizing for the
purpose of driving them out.
Washington, Oct. 30. It. li. Norris, of
Alabama, has been appointed as special
Treasury agent.
The President to-day signed the procla
mation declaring that all provisions of the
acts imposing discriminating Foreign ton
nage and import duties in tho United
States are revived, and shall henceforth
be, and remain in full force, as relates to
poods and merchandise imported into the
United States in French vessels from coun
tries other than France, so long as any
discriminating duties shall be imposed by
France upon goods and merchandise Im
ported into Franco in vessels of theUnlted
Stales from countries other than the Unit
ed States.
The confirmation of the burning of the
Missouri with tho names of tho passengers
saved, has been received : Geo. Thomack
crcy, Eugene Yunco, W. F. Trunnell, E.
B. Manor. Saunders, A. E. Outerbrldge,
Jas. Eulmer. John R. Ehis ; the names of
the crew saved are, Win. Jones, Louis
Berhmer. Patrick McGovere, Samuel
Cow. and Richard Murphy.
San Francisco, Oct. 31. The race be
tween Lucy and Occident, at Treat's Park
Course, Alameda, this afternoon, attracted
ten thousand neonle. The track was not
in good condition, a portion of it being wet
ami heavy. Tho horses wero In good trim
and excellent spirits. Tho race was for a
purse of S7.600, best three In live to hnr-
ness. Pools at noon sold. Lucy. SCO. Occi
dent. S1G, and the timo pools, 2:21 at 54,
and 2:19 and 2:20 at S17. Largo amounts
of money was pending on the race, princi
pally on time pools. In the lirst heat Oc
cident drew 4ho pole. A good start was
madeon the second. The horses wcro even
to tho duarter pole, when Occident broke
up ami lost badly. At reaching the half
juilethe horse then gathered up and closed
within two lengths when Lucy passed the
score. Time, x'St.
In tho second heata fine start was made.
After considerable scoring, Occident com
menced breaking, and soon after they got
on. The chance of tlio lieal was lost, in
passing tho lirst quarter. Lucy continued
to gain to tlio end and passeti tlio score,
leaving ucciiietit a distance or ifu icet ; an
dltional lime, 2:20, Const Jering tho tracli
Lucy's time creates surprise.
Great disappointment is manifested at
tho result and the people havo lost con 11
tie nee in tue uaiiiornia norsc.
Nuw York, Oct. 30. All tho horse cars
will bo stopped early to-nluht.
In Cleveland the disease is spreading.
Several livery stabljs are closed, and the
lire department and exprem company's
liorM'H aio'becoining untitled for service.
Llttlo cliango Is n-ported In Ronton, but
tho disease has extended to Wntervllluaud
Eastport, Maine.
In Poughkcepsic, New Y'ork, and other
places on tho Hudson river, the disease Is
increasing.
Col. Albert S. Evans, the author and
journalist, and agent of tho New York As
sociated Press at San Francisco, was on
board of the Missouri.
The bracing weather seems to have
slightly abated.
One hundred deaths from the malady
were reported yesterday.
Another inmato of Ward's insane asy
lum Is dead from ill treatment.
Norfolk, Va,, Oct. 31. Tho hor?e
malady has appeared here and in Ports
mouth, notwithstanding the vigorous
measures of tho city authorities to prevent
Its introduction. Two horses havo died
of the dlseato and others are reported in n
critical condition.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 31. Two of
this morning's papers relate the result of
inquires made at the Rail Road Express
ofllees and livery stables, and tho conclu
sion reached is, that 40 or CO horses have
symptoms of the equine epidemic, while
another morning paper, the reporter of
which visited numerous stables, says
veterinary surgeons arc not attending any
hors-es in the city that are sultering from
the disease above mentioned, and, further
more, they llid not believe thero was a case
in the city. There are horses, suffering
with colds, certainly nothing unusual at
this season. But many owners and doc
tors, who have horses in their care, express
fears that their animals will be attacked
by tho disease and are taking precautions
accordingly.
JvKV WKST, 1 IiA., UCt. .11.' I'Me 0111V CX
peuse incurred in this port by tho little
English steamer Anna belonging to the
Atlantic Mail Steamship Company, which
brought to this port the survivors of the
ill-fated steamship Missouri, from Nassau,
was forced upon her by tho United States
Customs' olllcers, who even charged her
with tounage dues for twelve months in
advance. Every one else with whom the
Anna had business worked willingly and
gratuitously.
When the boat of survivors left the
burning ship, one boat was seen keel
upwards with two men on the keel. The
boat lay by to save them, but It is not like
ly that any of them escaped. No sail had
been seen "for two days previous to the lire.
For forty minutes after the rescued boat
had left tho ship they saw tho passengers
and crew left on the vessel crowded on the
after part. The passengers were break
fasting when alarmed. The boat was res
cued by the schooner Spy. A schooner
was tent towards the burning ship but re
turned and reported that nothing was seen
f the boat or passengers. The sea was
breaking heavily in the reefs. Seven fe
males and seven children were on board,
none of whom got in boats.
Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 31. On last
Saturday the grand jury for the superior
court, now in session in this county, threw
out a bill of indictment for libel against
the Journal, a Democratic newspaper,
published in this city.
On Monday the Solicitor, a Republican,
informed the Judge, also a Republican,
that he wished to send up a new bill and
asked him to send for the jury and in
struct them specially in relation to tho law.
He also informed the Judge that the par
ties asainst whom he wished to proceed
were the editors of the Wilmington Jour
nal. The jury was brougnt into court anil
the Judge delivered his charge, stating
that the matter set forth in the indict
ment as exhibited in court constituted a
libel, and that if a true bill was not found
the jurors would commit perjury. The
nil ...ml liliMnna iimrrpr is !i follows:
1 il" - - - ... -
I he difference, according to Radical
ideas of right and wrong and of justlce.ls it
is allrlgnt to turn iNortnern convicts out
of the penitentiary, althougn tney are
crown men and notorious thieves, found
guilty by a jury after a fair trial, but it is
an wronir to turn out youuk ooumern
bovs of a tender age, who, by promise of
mild treatment, were induced to plead
guiltv beforo a scoundrel like Judge
Bond without any trial at an. it is an
riirhtin Radical eves to pardon tho Penn-
sjlvania thieves, but It would be all wrong
to pardon tne .csorui cmniiiin kujuux, so
called.
The crown man orkes goes free, and
the bov. Ramsour is in a felon's cell. Can
North Carolinians reconcile it to their
manhood or to their coHSclences to vote
for Grant. If Grant is heaten Radicalism
will die, if Grant is re-elected Radicalism
will live.
Yesterday afternoon the jury again camo
into court and were lectured by the Judge
in a manner considered highly insulting
for having taken no action on the bill. Up
to the present timo the jury have not
found the bill. The affair has created con
siderable excitement in the city and much
indignation is expressed, at what is re
garded by many as an effort to stille the
ireedom or the press.
Ghani) Rai'Ids, Mich., Oct., 31.
Three blocks on Pearl and Canal streets
were burned. The loss amounts to $200,-
000.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 1. While the
employees of the Southern Express Com
pany yesterday wero seeing the soldiers
thirty-one hundred dollars were stolen from
the office. No clue to tho thieves.
Hartford, Nov. 1. Howard Brownell,
Farnigut's private secretary and author of
tho "Bay Fight" andother poems, is dead,
aged 02 years.
Wii.mington.N. C, Nov. l.-In tho libel
case referred to yesterday the Grand Jury
came into the court this evening and re
turned a bill endorsed, "Not a true bill."
Tho jury was discharged until to-morrow
without any further action on the part
of the judge.
Philadkli-hia, Nov. 1. There is not a
single fatal caso of horse malady hero,
though ten thousand sick.
Cincinnati, Nov. 1. Twelve hundred
cases of hor-o malady here.
Ni:w York, Nov. 1. A drunken rough
kicked a woman wounding her fatally,
when her son, defending Ills mother, rush
ed upon the rough with a butcher knife
killini: him instantly.
Custom house receipts for the month of
October, $10,500,000.
Washington, Nov. 1. The horse dis
ease is undoubtedly here. There are seven
hundred cases In Chicago and fifty in
Pittsburir. Tho malady has broke out at
the races at Philadi Ipbla. Tho Suffolk
Park races have been postponed.
Rev. Dr. Aner has been elected Episco
pal BUhop of Africa.
Eighty-live horses died in New York
yexferday.
Thirty-seven of the elghly-bcven horse
cars of Baltimore were taken off and the
cars stopped at 11 o'clock. It Is estimated
that 400 horses aro alllicted.
Tho ten per cent, discrimination against
the French battowa does not apply to
Swiss merchandise.
Tho Avenue railroad had 51 sick horses
at noon, Tlio malady seems less severe
than farther North.
The debt statement shows $5,250,000 re
duction; In Treasury, $70,125,000; curren
cy. $12,500,000.
Nai'lks, Oct. 29. A hurricane swept
through tho province of Syracuse yester
day. Several buildings wereblown down,
and it Is reported that thirty-two persons
wcro buried under the ruins.
Washington, Oct. 20. The Pope de
clines to Interfere In behalf of the clergy of
Galway.
The Quays of Havre are crowded with
vessels for America whoso owners refuso
to allow them to sail, ponding the threat
ened proclamation discriminating against
the French bottoms.
There is a conllict between the upper and
lower House of tho Prussian Diet over the
local self-government in the rural dis
tricts. The Deputies threaten to resign
unless the Lords pass tho bill. The Em
peror favors tho bill.
The damages by tho Po Hood arc im
mense. Vilitigesand towns in thoMantua
and Ferrara are flooded. Thousands aro
houseless, and most of the fertile Holds of
Italy are submerged.
Matamokas, Oct. 29. A commission
has been appointed to investigate tho com
plicity of the olllcials with tho Rio Grande
cattle thieves. Cortina lias able lawyers
preparing his defence.
Medical.
Till unrh-f lied Mcdicino is vnrriinted not to contain
n pinclc panicle of Mercury, or any injurious mineral
eubsUincc, but is
PURELY VEGETABLE.
Vnr VORTY YKAHS it has nnivoil its nre.it vnluo in
nil diseases ot tho LlVKR.RowK'Knnd Kidkkys. 'Jhuu
snnd of th' - " nnd (crcat in all parts of tho country
vouch fonts woniWful nnd peculiar power in purify
ing tuo Jit.oon.stimulntlmr tnc torpni iiivmt nnd now-
l.s, nnd imtiartinir new l.ifii mid Vliror to tho whole
system. SIMMONS' LIVER REuuLATOR is ac-
Knowicuseu to uuve no equal as a
LIVER MEDICINE.
It contains four medical elements, never united in
tho same happy proportion in any other preparation,
viz: u gentle Cathartic, u wonderful Tonic, tin unex
ceptionable Alterative and a certain Cotre-tivo of nil
impurities oj the body., Such Bicnal sncceas has at
tended its use, that it is now regarded us tho
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
orLtVKU Complaint and tho pulnful oflsprins thore
..r. to-w.t: DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION" Jaun
dice, 111 ious attnlts, SICK HEADACHE. Colic. De
pression ot Spirits, SOl'R STOMACH, Heart Burn,
Ac . Ac.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Simmons' Liver Regulator
Is manufactured only by
.i. ir. zkiux ,i- :.,
.Macon, Ji., mill I'lillailvlpliln.
Price, SI.C0 per packnBo;scnt by mail, postage paid,
tl.ifl; prepared, ready fo uso, in bottles, 1.50.
SOLD UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
irllowaro of all Counterfeits and Iraitations.-e
For sale bv T. C. HUNTER and E. J. Sanford & CO.,
Knoxvillo. Tennessee.
I'ntcnt I'alnt.
TOU All no YOVIl ovvk paixtiivg IJV I'SI.VG
BEADIEY'S
PATENT ENAMEL PAINT.
Madfc from Pure While Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc.
Wo ospoc'.ally call attention to tho following testimonials of tho Paint. Tlio Baltimore Catholr Jlirro
says :
A Hkvoluiios is IIocsk 1'Al.NTiNo. Tho odvcrtisemcnt of tho New Jersey Enamel Paint Company lias
boeu soino timo In our columns, and it may seem strango that It is only to day wo ca I spocial attention to It
Our reason lor this is that wo do not llko to recommend n new thing unlets wo know it is good. Wo wrrc
pleased to find that tho Agent, Mr. C. P. Knight, was or our way of thinking, nnd wished above all, that Ihe
paint should bo tested, so that tho editor could give his conscientious opinion of its merits, IlBvIng had this
test made In our household, wo havo no hesitancy in saving that tho Enamel Paint comes up fully to nil that is
claimed for it. In tho COUntrV. CSIieclnllv. nlieru it is difficult tn nrncnrn Ihn nropssnrv lt.aroillr.nU for in I line
paint, nnd fkiilful workmen to npply it, tho Enamel Paint will provo Invnluablc, as it Is already prepared, and
aim
lnr n n nwnrk In tirivntn iltrAl nr..
school-houses it will prove very economical as wcl, as bcnutllul. Ono gallon of this pnint will
churches nnd
pni'Pf lwintl'
squaro yards, giving two coats. Our iriends tnay safely give it a trial without fear of d sappointmcnt.
To THKPuni.ir. It affords mo much pleasure to state that in .Inly, 1271, Front Street Theatre was paidtcd
insido nnd out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint." for which C. P. Knight. No. WJ West Lombard street, L
agent, and to testify to its superiority over any ana all other paints for similar uses. In n- prlvnto dwelling con
paint possibly bo subjected to tho very severe test it undergoes at this establishment, where, during our dally
cleaning, soap nnd soda nro constantly appl ed to it, nnd yet it appears as sound nnd frc-h as when first put on
Of tho numerous advantages it possesses over other paints I wi 1 only mention its being mixed nnd ready for use)
In quantities to suit purchasers! its quickly drying properties, which saves much time in the execution of work
whero paint Is needed, nnd its very perceptible tenncily, which imparts beauty nnd durability to tho objects on
which it is used. As such I most earnestly rccoramond It to tho merchants und tradesmen of our city, bcltovlm;
it will givo them greater salisfactlon than ihcy cun possibly nntic'patn.
Baltimobk. April 13.187J. WJI. E. SINN. Front Street Theatre,
Fiiosi no, joiin mktiikiii:d.
Jlit 0 P KNiniiTi At tho recommendation of a friend I was induced to npply your patent "Bradley's" paint
to my houje. I havo pleasure in stating that It has proved nighly satisfactory, covering more surface than you
promised, is mure economical, carries better gloss than ordinary paint, and is freer from kisagrceahlo odor.
oursrcspcatfully, JOH.N WKT1IEUKD.
The following letter Is equally strong and valuable:
C P Knioht. Esq. Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint-
Baltimork, Dec. 27, 1371.
Dear Sir- Tho Tinlnt wn hiirchnsnd from vnu
we win cneeriuuy enajrsens ino oesioi any Kind wenavo ever used. its,covonng qualities is everytningaesiroa,
drying promptly und with a hard gloss, which must, wo think, resist the action of all klnns of weather. This is
our experience and we can recommend it witi ccrUidty. nnd intend to cse it on all occasions whero we desire a
good job of work. Very respectfully, EMMA11T .fc QUAKTLfciY, 272 W. Baltimore St..
House, Sign and Fresco Pginter
Sold by the gallon, keg and barrol. Specimens nnd price list furnished iiratis.
nichl2'd3m-wflm
C. P. KNIGHT,
NOI.K AUENT. 3 W. I.OMIIAltn NT.,
Itiiltiiuorv.
General DIcrclisuidlHC.
DR. BCARPENTER,
136 MULBERRY STREET,
NEWARK. N. J
Is now treating successfully
oilSll!Iti(, Jlll'OIlCillti.S,
and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, with his
Compound Medicated Inhalations,
Concentrated Food, and
Cough Syrup.
During the past ten years Dr. Carpenter has treated
nnd cured thomnnds of cases of tho ubovo named dis
eases, nnd has now in his possession cert fi cites ol tures
from eiery part of tin country. '11m Inhalation
is breathed directly into the lungs, soothing nnd heal
ing over nil inflamed surfaces, entering into tbo blood,
it imparts vitality us it permeates to every p rt of the
system. Tho sensation is not unpleasant, nnd tho first
inhalation oltcn gives very decided relict, particularly
when there is much difficulty of breathing. Undcrtho
influence of my remedies, tho cough soon grows easier,
tlio bight sweats eease, tho hectio flush vanishes, and
with improving digest on tlio patient rapidly gains
strength, and health is ngaio within his grain,
'I tic 'iui''iilrali il Fniiil ranidlv builds un the
most debilitated nationt, presenting to the stomach
loo 1 nil ready to Me assimilnted and mail into good,
rich, healthy blood.
The iuu-li fiJTiip is to be taken ot night to alle
viate tho cough nnd enublo the putUnt io obtain sleep.
Full directions accompany each box of my remedies,
which consists of
One Inhalor ; One Bottlo of Alterative Inhalant ;
One Bottlo of Soothing Febrifuge Inhalant;
One Bottle of Antl-Hoemorrhagic Inhal
ant; One Bottle Concentrated Food;
Ono Bottle of Cough Syrnp.
Prico of Box containing remedb s to last one month.
SlOi two mouths, P18; threo months, $25.
ent to nnv address CO. D. Pnmrthleta rnntninlnir
largn list of patients cured sent free. Loiters of inqui
ry must contain one dollar to insure answer. Address,
A. II. CARPENTER, SI.I).. Newark, N. J
. Dr. Ond-KXTKR's CATARRH REMEDY will give
Immediate relief, and wi I elici t a permanent cure In
trum one to three months. 1'ric of remedy to lust one
inonui, to; two months, is; three months, tiu.
t'mii'pr in all Us forms successfully treated. Send
tor list ol patients cuwl. to
A. II. CARi ENTER. M.D., Newark, N. J
july2'VUlt'
AGBN'IS WASTED -Addrcs, for the taoit liberal
terms ever onereij.
THE DISCOVERER
DISCOVERED
Dr. LIVINGSTONE IN AFRICA.
The Adventures of a most Adventurous l.ifu
The Slaulej-Liiiiigstonc Expedition
toAfrcu. Lirgo octavo volu'ne, just issue 1 Contains
Incidents of Ih WoiMerful CVeer of ihn (Iriut Trav
eler, tlio Country, Animals, .Nunve, Hurting, etc.
Full account uf this iui ililnre-llmr pari of the glnliu.
ALSO TO SELL iUU NEW WoUK. 1'l.WN
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