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ID rA?uTY KOVELISTf.
Ill jr. t , xv (i, p.irturc
l.-iiiuro ' -rta m 'iriiriunciit
1. s- i -. i '.cd by a few
pit1 ltcaiis, &.- uviriii.Lr the
i . I ; ino-r.a:i-, tlie
of v 5 i ty. Ari' : some
ic li.i- 1 ... 'i !ij the v.a;. isk'
I if ..1 , Y.'hut cli'ii." of
t chnnrc of nieces-, would
y J.tiS tin Dciuuiratic
pr"j.eij'ii v. ill tLU "par-
hat claim will it isavc
"".vor that the Democratic
' IKl-.-l- ?
filf'-e ! tl'Illi'tl who ow
c'it' of it-orjr.iiui:il:ti
it t - '1 or cvciii-'U.
lr't'P l" the ,'i'iu .ii.ii'I j;mnv
' i -hell a-; a :ir-
ii.: - -
of'lt.i full c! ,,-iid'iis either
If hej.'ii.' i.i jiarty i-s:itif-
.nal 1:1 itivr it i
r. :.ri--riit the lliu
n -ui hiwikeiv for.
i.:'! l y io he -ne-sui.ic
L i i
. ..(;.!. . ol it- nier
ti !.-iulil'u-.tu jiar
i ...iK-ratir 1'i.rty i
. il- tt il.e jicojil.' in-
i ;:. former . a
i i- of the Ut'iiihli
; i: - siiiwss th"M'
. a- Iious'st nu'ii.
u! not iic-ire. to
llu '-ll ! ' lV iicoj'lc l'llO00
i i , n. which is hail, in
lo Ui. I .iiocrauc iiariv.
. l..n Kii-i' ini'U. wJio
in1 i'i .a rain- ii irrv wnai ii
in..!." a ii.-v. party -o much
iili' i bs i r:viirar. ii'iprin-
rt t )('. ..hi jiarty or they
uiiprin plr.l -;iriort to the
iar. r !r .-flit- orineiiilc--en
Pt in n-ratir jiriiiciolcs,
:i liron'-'ir. to tho-e hold
liluaii liarf. or tlie-e i)em-
tli.' ihoiiet cannot
i-ij i -. :'i tt.'i.-ir aiivocaios
tu'- :.rtr have, time af-
Ithe a-t twelve year -:iiil,
ia'"- .ia-r tiiev V.ill not
a .i.i.-). If ''li-iubryo pur
pi e it lirisi'-i !. if it re;-
: ri.( "1 i- rtain iiniinnci-
-. v ' I'i i lut. h tiies;ioil
V .1 i 1- '! it to ".llceecd
l 111' . lit lit C-I1I1IU1C Oi lilC
c rl.ti.i. than that the
(1. J. ml- iiio:i it- prin-nitii-
i l it-elf to pop-
beu-Ktlu oi'ir iiicd Xpri--
' i;r;ii i .'liar nei'd. or of
n .'). ci uvi.-tion. Mi-re
-;...n iiinKe a party huc-hi-
i 'Ii ri ol the Democratic
lie it- ii'ci tity : ml fo"t
- on the j.i....le. without ail-
i" (irmi pit either jroou or
I a- miT'm'I v a- did the new
lVc lairn that the .'ciuihlicans
in "N id j way Comity mot in
at Iir. ii It on iiturday night
made a thrilling jecli; there
i munimnty and good feelinsr.
sterni'iicd to act in concert iu
ui'liiiif 'lemlder to shoulder.
I o see tli' in inile.-tatsoiw all
I -I - n
la a- it l- ;i ne iii'iicanen ot
ub'. an party, and it
thtl l.,t proposed, iic.v
t. -i. t(-sy of tlie Dcm-
leri oi,'' 'jijireciflal Ly
.ding the Gemaus
ii"i,e i.nzcitc, ;;t)tti.i
. in 1.'- 'Montrouiery, Alaliama.
t ,i Crl Slmrz leids" the
i o, ii .f 5l!--t-oari.," .
nlvlllio' eiiyiied in adverti
li ' t'-rl P'.'hnrz" over
"What ilitere-t lias
M.-. nia:r. we all
.i 'J- .i
r ' ' , J! .irl in t!i?t liepro
'u 'n"z aii.i-t the Constitu-lni".ix.-
in io. ;:!"! he is oji)o.icd
). ,'iiiie ii. iw. I it i:i-sible
!iu . i .Ii tt in.' with S'leli a
ii.. . i;o trin: s imr.cO last
!v .,i ill s lii.c. b'lt is lie now
t n . ib'r! l'uty" in order
L V t ;, S mih-Side P.-m-
i-iliKtiii ! u::i he is making
i!.ii ii-nli f.,r lh; rr:it h.
in 1 1. i i-.i oilier evidence
5! ii M - c i-bsUTcjDti s;k;ccIi-
x. ..Inille and Cincinnati! ;
thi"i; h- receives evrywherc
Iran .inrii:il: tlie chare.'' made
an- i' erinnn) ( oi'iucrun' ic
I do -:ed 111 this e'ty with lonqiii"
ff Oh o and tlu' act that his
the f' txtlir'te 1'ifst. njijxise- a
lrp:oc:ni-oj .M;.-mn. llia-e
r:m l Mr t-churz, and iiidi-
ti dnd -d so liif.i way from his
k'ci.'nil- tint he intents to ahand
0rtv J!tit if he doe.-Mv;H
hna t that Iie' IiohUthe tentire
':it" prote true Urc. think
pclivrz. n an cttort to prove
Liryothur ifr-on, lost hh jio-
tli' Democrat tnij.. .it does not
Ji'-' cjuntym ii will adowi the
fep li'iu eiminiiy
-morrow nini .it U; ('.nut
lie ' OIIIIll lsui.
The Big-Thieves of New York City
... - i 11 T
Further DischfuriS by the Citizens'
Over $200,OM,000 Stclcn frcm tho
Treasury--Aa UnQiiishod Court
Houso Worth Len than 03,000,000
Costa over 3il,CC0,COD--7.000,000 Trc.id
for Useless Advertising Printing ic.
:l'r,vx tl.c X.w y0:k T.ibuna ct.- 1
Tl.e coliimittee inve-ted by the
Committee of the "Hoard of Supervisors
anil the Hoard of Aldermen, to "iiiidertal;e
nn impartial int-e ifrati'in of t he City and
Co.mty Aei'.i:it.-." would further report
lli.it th"' '"itered upon their labor-with-o.it
air. krowhdp-of the extent oftthe
city and county indebtedness, and with
out !e!ini:c opinions in rrani to the
chart's of corruption ami fr.iud. allejred
iiiraiii-t iho-e now holdinjr prominent of
fices. In thi inve-liatioit. your cuin
milteP have reached the following on-
1. The debt o'ijiur city is (lollblinir
ever;, iv.'u year-:.
J. V.V200.00'.) have been paid for repair
on armorii-. and drill room-:, (lie actual
co-t ofw.iich was i-.w (han srJ.jO.ODO.
:!. 'Over -1 1.0 M.(itK) have been charired
for-out!a-. i n an tiiilini-bed ourt home,
for which bu:ldiur compltee an honest
c:ii.Mc -:f r al eot would be less than.
4v?ufi- .cirpits. rtirr.it lire, cabinet
-.vorl.. I'aiiili'.ir. phfr.ibinr. 'As and pla--terinittfvo
cost .ii7.28S.4Cfi.Sl. which are
valued byeonipeteut person-:, alter a
careful ex:mi.ation. at iSl.OOO.UilO.
.V VliW.OOO have been paid for SiS.000
worth of lumber.
!. The jirii'iii!Lr. aiivcrti-im.'-ttitinnery
ctc of the city and county have co-t in
t w o ear.- :'.i.d eijrlit mont li- A7.U'H.'-'l-- -'.i.
7. A lar-e number of per-ons are on tin
pay-rolls of tli.'ctty whose services are
iieit'iT rendered nor required.
i'. Fi;r.tre- upon warrants and vouchers
have bi-en fraudnlantly altered, anil
pin ment.- have freipicntly been made on
ibiVed iudor-ement -.
Willi the-e lac!-- before them, your
(ommittee are compelled to report to you
that, in thi-ir judgement, fraud': :uid 100
beries of the mot infamou- character
have licen committed n ith the connivance
and cooperation of o:ne of the oliicial
who were appointed to iruard the ieter-e-ts
of the people.
The condition of the city and cun
ty finances. a -hown by the-:e inve-tiira-tions.
ha- erved to de.-tro all conlidence
in the ma:in;re:nc:it of the jiresent cit
V.'hile not de-irinr to r.rre-t the impor
tant improvement.-, now in projrrc. your
committee ti!l deem it absolutely essen
tial to the credit of the city that" expen
ditures in all depart iin-iits be reduced to
the lowe-t po. ibje limit: that every
oilicer and salaried employe are reipie-tetl
to rcsijrn: that contracts be sub
jected to the most ri'id scrutiny, and all
"expenditure.- be reduced to an amount
clearly within the iimnu-ial ability of the
The demand': upon the city irea-ury
will neces.-itate the borrowing of larjre
sum-: of money at an early day. An ap
peal mu.-t be made to moneyed in-titu-tion-
and to eapitali-t. I'e-ide the -ieO.-COO.OOO
due a- taxc. Slf'.OOIVJOO aro re
quired to meet current esjien-es and
obliiration- maturing on the l'.th of net
.lannary A flor that, .SliUjCO.GOQ lo hV3o..
OOU.0'00 will be demandedfor the lir-t ten
month-of the oiii-nintr year under the
mo-t economical administration of the
city iiiiance-. Yur committc" regards
as a failure any attempt to borrow the-e
lare sum- of money while, the city i
cont rolled by its present manajreiiieiit.
The existing debt of tiie city i- entirely
within the ability of the people. jut if
the expenditures and frauds of the past
two and a half years are to be lnnr h.ii
tintied. your couimitlee cannot but view
with alarm the consi'(Ue:iee to the credit
and pro-peri ty of the city. They are,
however, of the opinion that t'le t-i pay
inl eiti.en and the moneyed iu-titutioii-will
chccrefiilly re-:ioiid to the full extent
of the requirement of the trea-ury. if
eontideiic!: in the administration of the
city and county rovernnient can be rc--tored.
Your eoiiimittee have aee.impli-heii tiie
object of their appoiii! m.iul a- far a- )-
sibe. without the additional power to
lend for per'oit'' and papers. Wc bed
reason to hope that the c mmittee w.-uld
heinvc-ted v.ilh this power, but that
hope has beei! di-ajipoin'eil. Xothin-.
therefore, remains for n 3n;- to submit
the result- of Ihe hive-Miration, which
are embodied in our sncces-ive reports.
Wc have endeavored to ii-'chari with
lideliti the dut v of the tru-t coininitted
to our charge, and wc deejilv regret the
nccc it v of oxpo-in;r to public view a
record of such uncpe td and nppallinjr
Kesiiectfiillv submitted, bv order of the
committee. WJd. A. IJOOTH.
We .'onv the follow imr article from tin
M'ccll'i ('iliiiitliin srennan publidied in
Wa-hinlon City bv W. Koch, l-q. and ed
ited bv some of ourbe-t huowntrcrniaii Re
lint lew vears have pa-sed since everv
loierd political liberty.of religious toler
ance, v. a - "reeved anil shocked at tiie out
reM'eous doctrines prouiulr;ited bv the
Amercan party otherwi-e know uothii:-"
;ll deprecated it .'ectariaiii-m, it.- inor
ance of the lirst principle-of rejiublicau
"jovernment. l'or the ailvoeates ot tiiat
ni'in-tro-ity tlierewas no exeu-e : bow
much le--then can there be for those
.'rave and revered Senators who liit
anil fiaunt from North to South, pro. lam
inr that fhev hold in the Cniteil Stales
to be u-ed by them a so many hirelings
awed into suhini-s,oit l.y the superior
saiu timonv ot these moral "roils, n the--i
Senators, idea- can be realized; if Schurz
and his friend 15! ur are correct : that the
(icrman clement will blindly follow the
icicle, t hen we have a sectarianism, a spec
ies of Know Not hiiiiri-'in far more formi
dable, rcprchcn-ible.t ban that of lHiil.For
the American t her mifrht be some showof
excu-e, in his anrer aam.-l certain par
tie: hut what reason or excuse can there
i for a (Jcrmaii tube uuvthiur else than
a iiarty energetic American citizen? If he
fails i ) be the latter, he fully ju-tities al!
that was claimed by the American party.
Ilutareli." stateineiils made by Senator
Fcbuiv. and j.nrrolfil by Blair true V We
doubt it. Senator Schurz may be enabled
to brill'' to his Ifoiise of Citrilsn few
thou-and disi-ontenled- hypocritical, ever
re.-tle.-.i (lermans, who are never happy
uule. pur-uin a phantom : who are
praetice:but Ihe frreat bulk of (Icrman
American citizens, that portion who
think for (Iiem.-elves, who study the
cnii-es of suilen somersaults of olilicaI
leader, will be found on the side of
freedom and ju.-lice with the Republican
We do not for a moment believe that
the Anierb an people are readv for a third
party mownn m, -ired and damned b
men wlio-.main-pri!i.'ol' u-voli i- woun
ded vanity and oie uded pi id". The lle
1'iiblican partv of the country is cajiablc
of n forms within its own organization
and will never seek it through or by the
means that the Senate-.-from Mssouri
employed, by an alliance with its worst
foe-. .fen are a- straws when they come
in contact with living vita! principles, and
while we concede ability and e-.indor to
Schurz. he iutit not arrogate to himself
i'.ll ofthehone-ty oft he land, llis.-crviccs
in behalf of thecountry. in behalf liberty
have been irreat. and if we are to
-cck for him amonotTr foes in the future
we can only deplore ii: but by no means
de-pair of the nation or the jcrcat party
that saved I berly from destruction. The
urbanization that ha-outlived the suicide
of Seward, .lohnson. Doolitfle. Kaudall.
Cowan. Dixon, and the Uiair-. can -ur-vivethe
hari-kari if our Coti-in ti'eriuan
Schtir. l!ul how the bones ot his old
comrade- would rati!' were they (o
know that the l ci-uer of Kin'.el. the hero
of so many Held-, the champion of free
dom, had formed an alliance with tle-ir
murder's simply beeau -e he -ml thepval
Winter of the" Senate"-, di-eontent,"
Summer could not control the man who
crushed the rebellion. Warwick, they
desired to be. Failiiur in (Ids. they aim
to play upon the credulity of their coun
try nun by a -how of superior virtue not
iriven to m:tn.
In conclusion let u.- be distinctly under
stood, that no one man can or will ever
control the (Jerinan-: that they are
American citizens, and will vote as they
see tit. and that they are more thaii
suspicious of reformers who approach
them in Kid-love I leiiuicrcy.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
r."i:w Yiittic, Oct. :!. liae;e'erty and
liaulch wil' be arrai'-'ued to plead in the
court of ireneral ses-ions. The proceed
ings promise to be of inlere-t.
As soon a- Injrer.-oll arrive- he is to be
arrested, and none of the consideration
which was shown Tweed i- to lie u-ed
toward his co-defendant. Deputy Sher-ill'.Jarvi-
.-aid yesterday that Iiurersoll
would be treated like any other ordina
ry pi holier.
Al'.houjrh his au-ocialcs profe-s tlie
mo-t unbouned conlidence in Inber.-oU's
iuteniion to return, there are tho.-e who
a.-sume that he ha- lied and intends to re
liurcr.-oH had not returned at a late
houi-la-t nirht. His friend- claim that
he will return to-da. . and -rave the ne
ce ii ry bail for hi-' re-apjiearance.
The order of arre-t which had been is
sued anaiiiM.,lamc- Fi-U. eharbinb him
with usinjr the fund-of .Mr-, .losejihinc
Man-!ield while :ietiur in a tidueinry ea
jiai'itv. wa-served w-terdav alternoou
bv the D.tputv Slu fill'. A '.Mr. Kobin
sOn. of Fishkill and I!. W. Mam-hard
qualified a bond-m n;iit the Pttni of i3v
Salt L.vki:. Xov. 1. To-day. eveiy
thin.ir i- paeilie. and there is not the b-a.-t
probability of any outbreak or dilliciilty
intheciiy". The" Jlormoii- ail di.-claim
the mo-t remote intention of resisting
the law or opposing the I'nited States
ollicer.-iu the performance of their dtt
ies. Judge McKiai;".- coin -e in aitmitting
Mayor Wells to i- admitted in all
quarterr to be eminently wi-eaud prop
er. Xo fault i- found for refusing bail
for Stout and Kiei'-all. a'.thoui'h it is not
denied that the probability of their guilt
i- gic.'tci- than that of Mayor Well-.
li :. uji Icr.-1. .."I u.t- ii...-.tuii -I'.iirtrii
i- preparing anepe.li:iu;i In follow and
arrest I'.righ.tni Young.
Keliable repuM- are n the ellect that
llrigham Yountris till moving south
ward, and ha iug with him wagons and
one hundred armed uieii well mounted.
W.siiix(;ton, l. ('.. Xov. 1. The
public debt ha- been decrea-ed .-.'.).-). 11)0
during the iii'.nth of October.
Xt:w YfiUK. November 1. t The state
ment is made, founded on the warrants
paid by the JJroadway bank, that lnger
soll and (Jarvey. in depo-iting invariably
gave 12 per cent to Woodward. '21 I i
Tweed and kept M for tliem-elvc-.
I'. litis. Xovember i. A deputation f
American- lo-d.iy waited upon .Mr.
Washburne. the American Minister, and
pre-euled him with a service of plate, a
a recognition of his sen ice- to hi- coun
trymen during the siege and under the
'1 he Ii'tjiji' ! i- again published and ad
vocates the claim-of Victor Hugo for
It i-' again rumored that I'rince Iti
marck oiler- Met, dismantled, for I'ow
dieherry or Cochin China.
Xi:v Yoimc, Xovember ".An organi
zation called the .!ack-ou Ileniocratic
Stale As-oclaiiou. v.a- formed yesterday.
It- platform enunciate-reform princi
The stock exchange this morning by
a large majority decided to adjourn
Tuesday next, election day.
Charles O'Connor -tale- that no suits
will be commenced again-t Mayor Hall
before the election.
The Mercantile Insurance Company of
this city has suspended in eon-equeuce
of the Chicago tire lo-es.
The ''n'liinic ay liiflt yesterday was
the day set down tor (he return of
but tltat gentleman bad broke the pledg
es made for him by his friends by tailing
to appear. His return now i- evidently
;,o-t poin d without date.
Nothing has been heard of Wood
ward. Washington. Nov. The Special
' Service Commission to-day was iu m
siou. Tqe . ubject of the po-tma-ter ilif
iiciilty i- to fit a point where compctn
tive examii.ation shall commence. a out
of .'10,000 postmasters 'J-.'.OLO receive sala
ries Ies.s than 10()U per year, and it is
thought this class should not submit to
an examination, a- a greater part of
such otlicers are held merely for neigh
borhood accommodation and not for prof
it. St. LoriK, November '.'. Washington
specials say that Senator Scot t of I'eiin
s Ivania, Chairman of the Joint liu
Klux Committee, i-here at work pre
paring hi-report tor Congress. It will
hi' a luo-i elaborate document, the tes
timony alone making almost as much as
thai of the Committee tho Conduct of
I'liM.ADKi.iwriA. Xov.'.'. "(I'oldsmith
Maid" beat Luc." in three straight
heal-. Time '-VJ-.M," '-MKJ. i.l8.
Cixci.v.N'A'i'i, Nov. The Ciiited
States (Jraud .lilry have indicted Heiij. F.
Davi-oii, army contractor, for making
and pre-enting frauiluli'iil louchers for
forage, aiqoiiuting to $7000.
X k w Yo i: tc , N o v. 1 A -1 o w h e re ( ! a r vey
is Sherilf Itreiiuau has no accurate infor
mation, but he has reason to believe (hat
he is -dine-where in Canada, and will
eventually return. After leaving the city
Carve -cut iii-i mi Hon- to hi- brother
to p:i all ina'l i laim-agaiu-l him. and
-I'vi-r.d ol the-e hav. - nee beeu paid.
Atlanta. Nov. 3. The Georgia Leg
islature to-da;. recognized lienj. Cauley
l'eputilican, as the acting Covcrnor.
A bill for a special election of Govern
or, iu December, was introduced.
A reMilution was passed branding, as
false. Gov. Jmlloek.s allegations tliat the
Assembly nc-iut to Impeach him with
out an inve-Cgations ; that the people
did not respei I the constitution, or rec
ognize the re-ults of the war.
Xi:w YoitK. Xov. :!. In a speech last
night S. .1. Tild.'ii .-aid he bad been ap
proached by Tammany ollicials, and
bribe- of ollice r-iul other considerations
ollered him to rccede from the llefo. m
Judge Ibirnard this morning modified
his injunction order so as lo prevent the
is-ue of lil'lccn million of bonds negotia
ted by August Belmont, without the in
dorsement of Deputy Comptroller Green,
lie nl-o granted a maudamus compelling
the IJurraii of the elections to provide
for the election of As-is.-tant Aldermen.
ltoruiTr.T. Xov. !. Fred Douglass
was iitianiuiou-ly nominated this evening
as llepub'.ic:;:! candidate for the Assembly.
Iu company with several gentlemen from
North Mi. ouri. we visited St. Louis, on
the 1st li iu-t. Men from all parts of ihe
State, and representing every shaita of
licqublicansenliment. and well acquaint
ed with Ihe view-of l.'epublicans in their
respective localities, met the two committee-
for cons a tat bui at the city council
cb;iniln"--. 'fbe!o-tiiii-i!j v.a-liuanimou-tbat
the grand old partv 'i-aimit through
out the State. The meeting was largely
attended. Inten-ely enthusiastic, and
pa. ed n re-olution without a disputing
voice a-king the t wo t nmmittces to unite
in a joint call for a convention of Ihe
jiarty at an earh day. (ion. 1 Y. l'ratt
wa-"chairman and our towii.-mau Maj.
J. T. Clements w:;-. secretary of the
The can-!' which divided the jiarty in
1S70 no Ioiurer exists-, and all tho-e who.
shoulder to -boulder, have 'fought the
the good fight" lor Ihe la-t ten year- to
gether, are again iu ranks, side by side
for the coming campaign. Tnelast hojie
of the Democracy of a divided Ilcpubli
can jiarty i- gone forever.
Missouri is safe to the Jtejutblicers by
10,0(' majority. Jlnmii l!epvbli:ttn.
Tin: Hamilton ycir.i contains the
following, which is certainly r.s jioinicd
acritici-mof the la-t Democratic dejiart
ure a- could be given :
The St. Louis J!r;nti!liritn. convinced
by the election in Ohio. Pe nsylvania and
Iowa that the Democrats cannot jio-sibly
elect a President in 1S72 advi-es thejiarly
to nuke no nomination but torej-eat on a
lartrcs.-aleihc'eamiiaigii which was man
age! -o -u'-cefully in Ihis.Slatc la-t ':i!l
It m'ist be a grand thing to belong to a
par: v w hose jirinciiili-s are too uujiopu
tobc siici'ce-sfnl.and not good enough to
stand by in the face of defeat. Of cour.-e
it is well uii."iir-tood thai by such a
movcinen: Democrats do not abate one
jot of their loyalty to their jiarty, or of
deiotion to it-jirincijiles; bit this tact
only renders ib.-ir po-ition the m re
hiimiliaiing. It rcieses Usiqi. lo.iead
of aii.;i terrifying the jicojilc in t'.-.e
:...i-is.ivu.l-.-.lii-.ra Jiuiiweliiivc tiie great
Democratic lion -.-eking whom Pe may
devour, dad in the -kin of a U-jiubliciu
ass. Poor, hungry old lion! Poor,
simple, despoiled a!
YV. A. Price will pinrh:iss::ll tin
gioI Wliiti- Xavy !ii':tn. Flax
M-fil. I!ii sv:i., Lard, J)rv Hidi'M.
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