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ktirr. Xnr, 4, ISC. J4i- 'l liit-.j; tie ia.i ia tie . ay J fe.sse -It rvb! -f is" m ) ie,r atUnUoa HQ- j del th p?lU C.M.taU n it , aulel list sAmmi (faMabi vuojf ! if Ob (j otit.t ha Hal wa riossf-l i t. 3V J w.l (ro toj ll r-rl ibCbife. 4 tiwir x4t : be bate. ! rex, v. Led. JJj far, ! 1 4 ac4 i is ad ,,( th United i La Jb trriil Lo!.-t ui fu oi C.i.ft. It W MaJcxt tbat lU -tlii.r 1im" ta tiiaaaljaitMj ti trratj ra.avt b4ci ottr (iorr,uril Kti tl.at cl (.l.iba, bM-'koa (tta ar bo ri-wtitia" in tt TIm iUui vi!l dHitlj raaaa on rniaafl raLruaifi. 1 Um w ti "( 'iiiii-a jr".r;f.r!i 0 CauM-d, 'Hi (auiua IVltut urt it M ltbprtai oriaji,, AoJ 4.Miitiis!a acttii-t.ffn t4 tic uulf. Tim two or lJH fjr jniilnl (ia CLtctia rhw rUi Hi hiiat gLai til Cbti& art iibJbjr Ijigiiali fnua, and, Lk ail. th uOtttm libliataml ai IrvalJ Kitta, ! ioUi in Et(flb( r tha organs D1 ftdroraUw it the trvIUiynal policy uj (jrwU llrnJo iu Cbit. Tii on'.v f nyjun la li.a hl.aiibai Sm- JmUt, tii wgu ol AtUcriraa ei'iurocrnai iu- UrwU tLtr. At, r titarlr a)l U l'4'i.h jwiirtiai r cj(iotil to Sir. lkiriti)gtb' tsihaion. lh AEuricau (rna Uou4 not therefore accept Un-ir ofnuKina m tlwaa of LL C'LiDcij From Ui Tenth ftonual IV-giatrk-Hon Iirjiort, eompili! by tho rWretar; of tii KUUl, we gUao tk following ( tiati: ta IH06 Uier wcra 6.M2 birth a, 3,(K(1 nirnaw, and 3,81 doatLa, in YtruiouL Hi nnn.lr of birtlia for thn lajit I en Toara vers 00,0f5; niarna gtm 22,132; and d.atba 43,201. Tlie ciimlKir of death annually have Tcr ed 4,328, or one to trtry 73 of the in habitanf. For S yaura tnlin(? P rmUr 81, IHOG, 671 diorea wer pranld id the Courts of thia Stat. From tha annual raport of tha Slate ru.f.jrm Hchool wa oundenao tha follow ing: Tha farm containt l'.9 acre; coat of tha bttililiiig thereon $14,21)0. Th wbola Domlr of iamata ainco the optiiitijr of Iba St hiKil June 14, iHCfS, OB; prt-ril nomber of intuaU 55. Af- ercajra uninbir of in mates lout jear 47; unmbr taraped last year 2 Komber of ofBcera 6; a-repate aalary ti.ltiO Tbe aif utwaof Ui institution in t xneaact ll reipta for tha rnrrent j year, were H.&W. Tba allowing fori thin institution for the reformatum of i jim-nfl oiTt.udf ra, aaya Sir. Clark of the liutlaiid lipoid, has exceeded the juM eiMcUliou of it fn, ii.U, fr jt could not b anppoaed that an inatttntion of thin character could b put into mic ownful 0ieration without a larjfe outlay of money; nr that it could for some years bring any revenue to the etale, but when it shall have all the improve in enta and addition. nccMutary for it Couiph ti-Jaoiking, it nmy tie justly ex pecled to pay itaownexpetiKes; butv en if doe not, it i an institution ahioh the public safety and the welfare of a certain clan of ovr juvenile population demand, and i accordance with the i prow iou which haa l.mg aiuce ben nia.lt) by our sinter stalea We know that the lU forra S h.M. ia ItMiked upon aitli jealousy, and at making nn ' uuneeeeaary outlay to the state, but its', reaulta thus far have been such as to moet fully justify the liberal and hu manizing view of those who were in strumental in it establishment, ami iu influence iikiu those alio by the stern hand of law have been bronght within it walla, aud the ultimate reformation of several who wre hardened. Ignorant and superstitious, that am to-day, oc cupying good home and situations, i a aottiiilote answer tk) the fault-finders, and a refutation of the eUmlera they Lave put in eireulation iu reference to th ax hool and it -Uianagenient Thi effnaeBt and literal management of tbi lUe. A. (1. Peaae, whose bole sul i devoted t tiV work, and the cause ot uplifting and educating the heart and mind of the boy placed under hi in traction, and that of his eo-lahorer. to prepare them to lead better and e-t o aaeral lite, is praiseworthy, and in a. .t . . i icates that it mill becota a blessing to' tn staU, and an inatitntion worthy off it flittering ear. ' j A S. rst ia tha Yiawost Swrt. Tfc Vermont Senate on Monday last ! reached that blissful state in which they j Lad "nothing to do," so a pious Senator i root!, "that a there was no other i buainea Ufin th Senate, the JSena-i mm rise, nan nana, and aim.' beautiful hymn, commencing TufivMwe let m swawtly km, rWWaito. Th chair in firmed the Senator his motion wa not in order. ,u"1 j thati I i Th eieculiva enmmilte of V at n . . . Tonne liens t Unstian ActaU.in of tb. I MIL,! Ktsl se. l H...k inrea, poraoant to nmAatkm 4..pWl at th InUrnsUonal tonetnUon. beat tasMied S circular to the T snout Aaav-tsv. vanoua Asar-i. tiotia, rvstwewting that th ei4 fUlv ttn in Ncewmber ts st apart a adav of prayer fu the blrwaaiig of th. Ah tnihty to rest upm their work. 1 L t'ciled State contain the iol- Jowitsg esnguUrly tioil p.t oflcew Martow 1- Sorrii H.rt se.Ti Ti, To-i t k V ly Not, .Al-xi. IWlls na, Carry- a.s, ratue, 1 ime, SUsty Man, SJ So.ia, I Nrtsrfi. Yar.kee J.m's. lL..h and' Bnadr, Pi, Slett, Sbiclahiny, Over-' 41 nto) M.rarl lUin, Simmer, sskottt. Paiiit Lt Cxanr. Otna it Mentor, Tally Ha. Spnytea Ioy- . , 7 , .v : '. 'J 1 V v .J, rirtsl lwk and Oar Town. j St-i i j t w Ytwrra-.-st. Xn 4li t vu- i r Pre .:,, E'eri. j Jtl'J, lis !..i-tw;:.,f Suie otJ f ( trn ir ? 1 i tV Stsl of."rs. t I , Oi'.mr f y one or both fcouts-w cf il'.t $4r's!'tf. New Vnrk, New Jer sey, Ms .-l.i.sett, L!;in :, Mirh;$n, M.Moun it.u and s'v I m t-i iu iv;!i.k fcjjj it sii .)!? fr. lL;r Ialatura, but .Jl M toll f.-rl 11. JvniU!rr . llin a! -it: ?f V.nk, Nrw Jriw-T, M aav)t- tl:yiw!(a, MitMan, Wixit.itl, Mitibe aota, JI.tMp.iiri arjil N.itvla. TL rta it SotaU.ra L Uriua -(irare: HJin I) Murgij, ("l arira Suauorr F. T. Fl'iriK!iS).rii, Zariiariab riiatI!. r, Jatnca H iKmliMia, AUlan.li r IUtuatj, J.'liD U. HatitlertKio ati.l Wia. SI. ,Stw. ft The f.illnwiiig Buiwi elecloj CmU-tp-rmh : NVw York, C)iforDia, I ! ar. IHititiia, Ici, Kanawi, Kcotnckj, MarvlanJ, Mai.ahi)wtt, IficLiyan, JltMMIIH'l, .e Jcinv, ICli. I.ittinl, Tt-nuosMN", WiwcoiiatD, Arkanatui, IxmiaikDA, North Ca.ro! m and Kuutb Carolina. TLea Statea e!pc- tcd 13'J mrmlwra. Conm rxiux cir tha LfcomTrKt Tlie Aitiil tltrka of the lloiiae, hate prej ared a Manual of the Legislature, from which we copy the fallowing sta tistics: Tho St'iiate, iu resipect to the occupation of officer and members, if divided a follows: Farmers, 12; At torneyf, 18; Physicians, 3; Merchants, 3; Itaukers, 5; Students, 3; Iietired frcm Bunineas, 1; Secretary of Inmir- snee Co., 1; Marble dealer, 1; Produce Iiahr, 1; Nativities: Yermout, 31; SIas , 3, New IlampuLire, 2; New Y'ork 1; Conn., 1. iWigious prefurnc: Congregational, 13; Episcopuls, C Lilral,4; Methodists. 2: Unitarians, 2; and one each of Presbyterians, Christians, ISuptists, and no preference, The oldett S nator is Merritt Clark, of Poultuey, C5; youngest Senator, (leo. N. Pale, Brighton, 33. The House preatut the following record, viz: Occupations: Farmers. 151; Attorneys, 20; Merchants, 19; Manu facturer, 17; Physicians, 7; Students, 6; Clergymen, fi; Clerks,3; Mechanics, 3; Lumlier Dealers, 3; aud 53 of all other occupations. Nativities: Ver mont. 510; New Hampshire, 18; Mas, 11: New York, 5; Conn., 3; Canada, 5; and oue other esch from Nova Scotia, England and Scotland. Iielicious j preference: Congregationalista, 64; No j Preference, 47; Methodic, 52, Bnp- UMn, ait; LniverHaliKta, 25; Liberals, 6 Kpiscopalians, Freethinkers, 2; Unita rians, 4; Protestant," U; Presbyteri ans, 1; and on each of "Disciples" "Chun hmen," Orthodox. Friend, Cath olic, Independent, Union and Spiritual isL Oldest members, Jabez Vv. Leng don, of New Hsven, and Joseiib Uu diirwotal, of Hsrdwick, each 72 years; yonnpiKt mender: Chan. Jy Allen, of ! wUurg, and a. V. lloughton, of Stam ford, each 54 years; political prefer ence : ltepubiicans, 224, Democrats, 15. Hon. James Hiuda, a nieudier of Con gress from tha Second Arkansas dis trict, v.ho was ahawwiuttled on Friday, the 23d inst, at Little ltock, waa a na tive of Salem, N. Y. The Washington County (N. Y.) runt says: . , . ; The cin der of at least oue of tho Un ion men whose lives have been sacrifie- in the South since the war closed, Conies nooie to us with painful force and ef fect. Hon. Jame Hinds, whose asasa luation at Little Hock, Arkmsaa, on the inst., baa bceu already announced, was a native 01 ftuleiu, wbcre mother st.ll resides, and his brother, Vr- Hinds, resides at this time in Sch- atjhticoke. Many friends of the de ceased hvirg in this county testify to his high character, his brilliant promise as man, and drop a tear to his mem ory. Mr. Hinds removed from Salem to St Peters, in Minnesota, in 1S53, aud engaged in the practice of law. Thence he removed to Little Rock in 1HG4, having been appointed by Presi dent Johnson, immediately after Mr. Lincoln's assassination, one of f the Judge of the Arkansas Supreme Court. This office was held until 18CC. In March, 1807, he whs elected to Con gress, and served throughout the sevfir al sossiona of the national legislature since that time. The report of his aa- M'. cClorra. (tf the LiiIUirra'.i. ..,..!. . ... " ... astiiiiMion, uas ten coiilirmea by a "n receivaci, in remains remains of tbe murdered man are now on their ... a . wj io rs.iem, autre bis lamily, con- I sisUlliy of a w ife and two elul.lren ara --"'""K ins uioiuer. k: .... Sr.RgTar Srwako roa Ursxt ao Colfax. Hon. William H. Seward de livered an addrees to his fellow citizens of Auburn, N. Y., on Saturday laet It has been looked for with much interest, as probable to index his opinion upon current political questions, and Lis po- sition upon the Presidential question. e giv snmrnary of it a given in an editorial item of the Springfield Hepnb- licaa of yesterday : Ther was nothing in Secretary ward's Sex-b at Auburn, .Saturday, in- ; tended or likely to create a sensation : il wa simply delitierate, impartial - raviitss td tkm ...I ,J iK. i..i i..l.f " vi kus avcuia is auw ummt, vigm ; i i . l . i .i., ... . i ...... i",i. '. ? the Secretary has al ays occujiel, and j drmu u, th; Mme conclusion Vh.ch he ba. always been .orr-sed to LoU T!. l i. . . . : , or hot .!!. . .1.1. ( inifcM im ' ei puiiutsi SI'UIJICllI telegraphic dmpaU-.li ft itn ( iov. Clat tm i0tU'T mulT iuJ' ' i.tMce of to Ir. f.nda, though no further partic- tIT .'""."V V" I'"1' "1 ular than thU already published have V- ' o " T ."g": l- r,. ' 1 wlPrPnyiiprKrasof tlieehureb militatit. , L . i . , , ,i harvest. rrutUy taut lees Ua XVe BAmovert- Mr Seward . rressint and promisssJ j w m u ao repii.cn,sui, o.a ei.inatiou of hi,rf tMtimtk u ofiwtal room a within the ongnaj rt.w b, ioAuMU,t ent, cbrusa ,i- bmU atd aiiope of the swty, and his tun. let as pray Uat w aoay be able u, cpen pieue io anppon oranl ami fax. It is a to discover a Self defee-(cbt en and a.f lasumca sites throni'h i the whule. but the lieoubhrwa rssrty ! - ,T! -t . - . l. .1 . - . ... t. c. ' - uinsu uuuiiu aciiLU sir. .w-, ed; hw c.cetion with it La been1"7 ko" rtssa baads absssWI U tesiWiff him s.-r.isH- t. .!,..!.! ..it''- t . ,- , , ... , be r. -a. in hrd.lis lif. eas l .t I .. . . ST . .1 to wait for th future, and trust to r-j , ,u , r. u-U to spj rot and honor tUix labor. ' i Loral JnteWrncc. I - fi. 1 ..if 14 I.Teet pf t fr. , lb fiSsO-;',;. !, wtKfea. . TLe f- -IV-wisf a list (if t! b rs ibg n M l U I'.svl t1. al X ,( ,..(. t W 11-' M l,--f A t Iev;,a. : Ly K. A Mat. Mm Ksrv A. r.w ..(W L. Halesv.ss, t H J ft ui A", Ws. Nat: it, s T ., II . W. Stsjarj, IVdsard Ward. mmti- ! Tha ru tta ith j tutuux. li ot lui.liu Etlma Alio TA, H.k riiT. - S K (iriuli la . 4.1 it lia Rii!I, kt.t luta 1 1 b) h, !, rw.iifiO. tna.icn r fnxn Mm. at. an Vi ooatuia tlx tiaiinia Taa l'rxmxutuji (.vinri Harth S.k. r.fitravUT, umwel with myt nn tea i ktid il annua! bim ung at Iv.ulh hhafubat, , iul aid. W.1nrt,, fiot . Oa ..unl of (h. Mr u M. u, ,nm In tt f-I,lu,iB vA yt. i vm,.k h..b torw.n ahar. was a .7 ,,i Mtiaea. H. A. j .,.ir(lfJ as ft.lt..w.- si ki. sj. Snl aa M s hij.j.l iu Prilfiit dim U rn., and K. A. ("Jn Hrrriarr. Thl Tfuffr fprf-td a Ia!uk (if Ml 34 In Uxrarv. Th CwrronpiHWIirifj Hmrrla. ry't mpurt, by m.m lb l uiuo. ia r n s-le. A 1.1. rr mulp tv 8. a. RIU Ixaoa. W. E. Ilaak and Soriukn l-.ltum. Tlia. aitb rt c- iUUtwi and aiOKiriK l.vllre Sabbath Hehmda i rt.a - Hit, aud kiakluaxdIrcue, ruriohrd a nfj ilruaiil rnO-rtiMDIiK iil. jS ar the .f?lcr ff ti e j.r eu anmf: ". B. llurtoo, Minrhnslr, !ruaidiit; F. rieM, at Ihimt, Her. C. I'arlw r, S.i. llen niegtia, aud H. H. lUne-4, Iirauuiton Ccntia, Vi lrrideiiU, J. H. Willi, IV uuii;)rtin, lis cording BrrrFlary; !i..v. Wm. It. Hwg, Shkfta bnrr, Crrepudiii(( Bwiretaiy and TreMurer; F. C. V hil, Id unit, )(l.iii, aod Tlieoluro Swift. Mkii- ebwter, M. iul. it uf Uic B rjL Tha Taina 1 to bnld a acmi annnal mnrtiui! at tiuath Pawoal, e Ui a.-ound Wrdneadav in Jiiii. UM aaa tba nait anuua) MieUi.g at M.a - mnu-r. 1 uauks wern x.led m lli TrusUei of the rliuri b in whirh the I'nion art, fur tbeir ouuriasy, aft wbit h tha I'nion edjuurned. acroBT or ths cmsatmimjiKo axi aKTiar. The B.rd uf tlie lk-tinincton Cuunly Hundky School would snbuiil the f.illuwiiig repurt: Kutbing aunsual has uorurrod in tha history nf tin tmun duriug the put juar. The last anne al mneling wan held at Et Ihirmt, Wciliieaday, C t. SO, 1W7. In Conner ne nco uf the slunny weitbor, tba attendant aa nut larire, .t the meotins was inleri!i.tir,g and urutilabiv. The acmi-anniial meeting wna held at Wot Durael tha arcoti l elnclay in June, 1HCK. lly reaaun of a Uimpurary iUncaa, yunr a.mmpimd Ing Secretary aaa utiable to bo preaeut. lie baa been infiirnied, liuweter, by the j.ast.ir uf tlie rharcb with hioh the Puion met, that the gath-1 aring left a bhunaing behind it. New ioloreat was anakaued in the Hundsy behisj nauee, aud some were led tu fwl that they ought to !. d"liigmn e in the line of Hiindiy Sclioul effort. Vwo dietrii t NabUth Hchooui were eeUbliehiHl, which litre oonlinwd during the summer. Much was addud to tba interca uf tha meeting by tlie prescuoe and belpof K. Hlinte, agent of the American Sunday Scbocil Union, and Mr. Pratt-both of Boaton. , i ne uoarii nave Held no meetmga during the year. Their circumstances have beun smb that they oould not conrenieutly do so. But they nare oorresp.innea with each other, and convert-. eu wnenerer tney bare happened Ui meet, upon matl..ra pertaining to the work of tha Union, and tlios hare acoomplisboil what tiiey would have done by Board meetings, at a much luaa expense. Home correspondence aa held during the sum mer with raoaa connected Willi the American alibath tirbool l iuuu, with reeretic to tha em ployment of an agent for the purpose uf canvass, ing tho County and establishing schools iu d. Ututa neghborhoods; bnt as the season was ac ailraucsd when the urraspoudenxw waa held it was finally concluded f puatponu Hie msuvri Previoua to the aeml-annual meeting.your Hee. reiary asm Olaitka to the eebnoie in the north abiroof the couuty, and within s few weeks he has furnished them to the echoola in the aouth ahire. Of the thirty-. ighl blanks tl.ua sent out, - .."i"uuwiugscnooia nave bees returned, via. : V. M. t). A., Manehsalor: Fniou Hchool, Woodford; Methodist Kohoola at Bund. ville, Fast Arlington and Bennington; Congrega- uooai ocuooia at ifirset. East Doraet, Buniiing Ion, Be nningUis Guide Roard. UenninuUm On. tre and North Bennington; Baptist Schools at No. Bennington aud fthaftsbnry, and a School at Nn. Dorset These schools report a total of IK0S; av erage aiKiuuanee 11G2; number of pupils who are nrcn niemtiers R13, or a little more than 21 n r cam; maie macners Kl; female teachers 112: teach- ara who are not professing Christians 12; conver sions 2; deaths 11; volumes in Ulirarioa 33o8 muuain aciiooi papers taken HM9; coutnbutwl for various purposes tmi5,20; nearly all eonlinne throoghout the year. Your Secretary regrets, as di.ul.tlew. do all others who are interested in the work of the I nion, that ao few reports have been mane mm the whole County. He baa taken, as o oeuevea, au tne pania necessary on his part to soeure ropoHa from all ths schools of which he ha.t arjr Inowjudgo. It is true that it is a nerk which rn.jiiin.-a n..ine painstaking to prepare cire fnlly the tatmtii-s of any one srhnol; but It uld be eoarra-of great gratltlcsuou to ilia fneuila of Uic t ui.,11 e .uid lie bo alftlu U oliUiu thu alatia ticsof cvc.v school iu the C..uiiiy. I-i s ,mu re- spiwis, aUtistics are dry, and to awe persons ttwy ara mora . tlaa to other. . In m viy re eete they are exceedingly lnU-rstii,g. If are fully and truthfully prepared they are suggestive and instructive. They represent fscts-Hnnday School etaustica rcpraeent Munday School facta, aiid every Hun-lay School fact, every ni.it which represents eKunday Hcbw.1 fact should piftuMtas an ii.tsrest for every true lover of Clirist and the eoubi of bib. The existence of a Snndav Mi ti The Kunday nV boot ia oftss tl.s forernnner of the ebnrch, sanUg "Ueueut ye for the kingd.n of heaven la at band. On of ths objects of this Omnlv t'nion is to ae cure and ia.rt a coinprebenaivw kiwwl.Klge of the condition of the tal.tih H. h.H.ls iu Ibet'onn ty. Its meetings furnish means f.sr the sjiread of Una knowleilgs, and ..fi-Hiuniti.s for Hundky Hrbisil wrakrra to eotnpare botes, to give and re ceive uggtiMis cuueerniug their duties. ' While every . Hunday Bcho.4 worker should (eel lbs greatest interest in bis own field, while it should be f. the most part the object uf but ef- f.ta and bis ravers, he ought to be interested to s.ne eatoul ia oUu.r sWida. ... frotn tbe a tat is- - -" " neve own reoelvt,i, or WUica aaumma ry baa bees presented in tiua report, encourage ment aiT be denied on tbe on band, while on lb other band they anggvai qaesttoba deserving or candid mi prat erf ui sitesu.ta. Oa the one hand it w gissl to bear from IWJ tK'rsona who lake s-ie interest is U stady of (iud'i word.--Aad aa the angeta is beavas rejoins over the oon vstwtoa uf esl aotil, ao onght ara to reuses over the eoovi isiuu of taenty-eight. But on lbs oili er band tbe qunstsoa might be raised, why are so few of eer enrolled church members ia the Bab- tar mixoki eauri smut , v " ' " bsaa so few cum- "f"" MaWnvtb cbada dsnnf tl.s paet jealT Tbers is stierb .-k for ea to do ta eur own Coemr. Ws bas ssiiy s etssa ssar yes east wa su-eoos. s. !,,,, silue f.- U.a aw susfi4 awUi Ussy sr brasubt I VM-itaeaats (Viei i aiesd aast fsr ks sake. s kisgdwsa ctnL Tbsai tbsss siw u "':ulb osusd. tbe bsMsub Bcbj u ,u ' osu' ajesrta sbnuld vsrs in atiassiif eWi mk.lA ! - - "mm. f'ST Si, dungs are skms rs4 v sbonld bs ne, tu see. se tWt, in wtsh, to resolra, ia a4 raoogb; ssay Ood aahty as I ssa, aa Uuat wba wa asuet agva SWji ss us .. ss Its ks w ast agval auui AV Wd cuu, ws assy b. k ' it ' S!vl slevt wro, hi 1-. bo ii.n, ai-4 n..re asv slH w Ki h Ue i -m. Is Wl.f f ll i of lt ft. I . Slatf .Yiws. mlf.-l IH. -BMl-lill!g ti .t thoUMSj . R 4jl.-r ail imkji rl!. yvttU hilt-- tii4 ata kfr..tb..l . .. ,4 A fc i I. . " !l a au,d. AiilUJI JJ, Akin, ut t-ltlrL. I..U b! b a a 1U, WOt-BCI m ia Iit oi a WM, IKrt WI.IU! j 10 '.a.U4 U. Uw, .J alwo b.'iil j "JiJ O" Ix l rnw Hi aruuinl filL ii.i.-lin j htm ntuwHrr as mly Ifjiu-lni? him in ih l-hit. Ir .H.i-tvul aiLraiui blra, awt It ia I ali-vlj rwwitnf. j li, W, biik uf I'HnKgi lit a rainoj, lae , I'lwnl atiaann, ii t.untirU uf iijtr k.l on r j aw! oM-kJf att, ,.f Uoj, Tt, W1(J ,M . t.y.. i H- Tml, ii Iba j Tb varbl Cs-Oovern..' Ruroa la ling i iaiUi ill at hi n u., Ib Kat thikahir. Mr. Wa, K. Tafl, a hinlilj n iMvlt.d aud uiflu i c:wa or UUMoti, iu liwtaiill.v killed n 1 rhur"t.v kfterum, nud a bti lrh b aaa I mviim, wuicti autideulj lipid frum tU ahurea j and Ml ojhmi bun. G.n I'wrrliiid, uow li.nrni.ir uf Wiaeoualn, bo rrw if d an "mply left iIhth In battla, rt -ceullr piraeuiad U(.u Ntannard, of Mnrlinjrton, who baa au ruinty rifcbl slews, t tbo Milts n a- a baif-dnaeo pairs nf ih11 diem $Uivr. The F.l aud Weat aro yet permitted to j.iin bnd, tliuusb the wr uf the Kelwlliun did II aorat to irj.-ui a. Tlie barUm ."jndinj sai s thai Humner Wien er reeentlv a)illl.-l Inn wifi. in II. t Livn r. ....... .1.. .ill. . . .. i .....t ... i h,,m and tb. il ran bi'miwlf and baa t,. !. hesrd friHii aim.. The Ktsudard then pequ tra te 1 the ironiual remark that be in a Urge, muscu lar man and It is thought he on ship any wo man in town. . Jn.ATH or Anontw Tsjtct. lion. Andrew Tracy died at 11 A. M., Wednesday at his n siilcui-e iu WiMlstM'k. Mr. Tracy waa one of the oldest and shiest lawyers in tlie Htate. Few men were bis equals at tbe bar, and he enjoyed to tho day of bis death and citousive aud lucrative practice. Ho esrly went into public life and from 1H12 to 1H45 wns speaker of the House of Representatives s position he tiled with auignlar success. In p4- itm he was au uimwurving Whig aud as such av one of tbu Presidential electoi's in IMS and elected to Congress from his district in 1M2. He served but a term dccliuiiig re . loot i u. Cun- sxrvative in his viuwn allies the diioiululioii of the ' Whig party, hi- h not couucotml himself with any political organization. lie was much e t. omcd by bia profesaioual aasocialos anil indeinl I by all who kui.s hilu, lie had suffrrcd mucli ill health hut tins fall seemed much improved and waa engaged at tbe Legislature as the 1. a-li n' attoiinev for tlie rumounirsiita against the m i siou of tbo Beuniiiguiii and itutiuud itsilioad tu West Rutluiid. Gold DiHcovrwra in New H.vMi-hiuiiR ano Vkhmomt. In the eastern extremity of the Appalachian chuiu another gold diHtrict has been discovered which promises to be of much importance The tahxise alute rocks on New Hamp- filnru side of that chain of mouutatus some time eiuce yielded from their quartz ores f 300 up to 850 per ton of tne precious metal. On tho Vermont side, at Bridgewater, a locnlity has long been known an auriferous, and the CommiKsioner of the General Land Of fice has within a few days received Bpecimens of a quartz vein from Mitn cheRtcr of a very rich quulity. From the analogous geological structure of tho country, and the specimens in hand, a rich yield may be expected. Gulch mining hue from time to time been resorted to, and has afforded enouyh to stimulato research for the vein from which the metal was con veyed to the stream and the bottom lands. The recent discovery is regard ed as another evideuce of the almost universal presence of this metal in the talcoee sintes. A Texas Mi-rhkr. The San Antonio Express gives an account of how a whole fam ly were recently murdered in Iexaa. It appeal B that George Tinsley, of Walker county, Texas, has confessed that he murdered, on the night of the 13th of September, at Cal houn's Ferry, Charles Hall, ferryman, his wife, a stranger named Murry, and a little girt, sinter to Mr. Hall's wife. The details are as follows: 'I first murdered Charles Hull, while going from the cow-pen to tho ferry half way down the bank of the river with a hickory stick. His wife, attract ed by the noise, ran to his assistance, aud met the same fate as her husband. I then dragged both bodies to the riv er, and started np the bank towards tlie bouse, and was met by the stranger, who asked me if Hall was at home, and if he could tfet some water; I drew for him the water, and while he was drink ing, I struck him on the head with tho same stick. I then went to the house. ud th little pirl asked me where rrer sister aud Mr. Hall were? I told her they were at the ferry, aud while she was going in that direction, at the cor ner of the stable, I struck her with the same stick, and she fell dead.' I then threw Die stick under the bonne, re turned to whei I had killed the stmiirr- er, threw him into the well, and carried the little girl and threw her iu alo." He then robbed the house of every thing worth carrying away thirty-two dollar ia money, tobacco, bed clothing, Ac, using Hail's horse to convey the plunder to his home, twelve mile away. On reaching home, his mother and sis ter helped him bury the plunder. He waa finally arrested while picking cot ton. Tint Det When tho public debt of th United .Vtat, canned bj th rebel boo, wa at lU highest point it amount ed to nearly one dollar minute for the time that has elapsed since tbe creation of the world. According to general accepted chronology, it wa 4,004 yar from th creation to the birth of Ch'irist; that make this th tear of th World 5,872. Thor are 525,fcs0 minutes in a year of 365 days; the whole nam-1 ber of m inn tee, then, inc th begin. ning i 3,0:w,0l9,2O0 in round nurn- tl,,e thousand millions, which is stsiux tne numier oi dollars oi our debt at it hitrbest fitrur. The debt is the legacy th rebel have k-ft as. the Isesce l),a l,i.a k... North Carolinia jroduees boat I f 500,000 ta gokl dust aenaaily. f -"Ia exjectsxL Texas ha a larger eott m crop than i THE ELECTIONS. The .orIIi. East and West for (.rant ! A (ilorioiiH I).iyh Wtrk ! I visi..sr. J F.sr tv.ei4iit For Oerevix in V- in Heit GeseL SevMsr, Pi;4WsaRl ! tieler, i.i 7k j fu.'t.urn, l.O 31 li as torei V;t TV Si l as. heater, ITrSS 7 Si u K R'nutu-u, s,i Ml Ji'ii t l.et.i, l VI I I I II .TilCBnoe, J74 ell 1" TH Koriiurtou, T'f t .ji V ltttid..id, i,1 a a.l loaedon, 4 '1 'j t.' ItutlasHt, K-.l : si? 34? lairhs.rit, H M ? 4.1 e!l!rirford, fcl H m 41 Mulllebury, 4.H 11 4 JJ6 l'on.tnev. st 1 SM 41 ArlinxhtB, afi liK Sj Wi-if..nl, M . .'at 44 lisiil... liM s 1!, s; j Ml. Il.r, wl 15 w 5 Hund. rrvnd, 4 49 M fi.1 ak. Aibi.s. 677 -3 s4 4 i j Ibe mturns firm 4fl ll in far K. eiv. d shew re publican gains in every tosn bnt two, aud demo cratic loses in nearly all. new roan. I'tica, N. Y'., Nov. 3. (The gains and losses of New York are computed on the gubernatorial vote of IBM, when the republican majority was about 1:1,800.) Norwich complete, Grant t40, Sey mour 643; Oxford, Grant 411, Seymour 355, Griswold 344, Hoffman 305; Ham ilton, first dist.. Grant 337, Seymour 14S; Boonville,Gra!it405,Seyuionr 2.'i,r; Kirkland, 1st dist., rep. 321 dem. 200; Lowville, Grant 422, Seymour 233; Caarthage, Grant 253, Seymour 250, Griswold 251, Hoffman 232; Port Ley den, Seymour 125, Grant 77. Putnam Co Patterson, Grant l'.KI, Seymour 04, rep gain 10; Griswold has I'M, Hoffman 85; So. E.ihI, Grant 20C, Seymour 253; rep gain 53. DutcheKs Co. Dover, lht tlint. Giaut 207, Seymour 137, tlcui gain 8. Clietiango Co. Two towns, Grant's majority 183, rep gain 127; Hoffimin fur Gov. seeniH to run ahead of his tick et. Suffolk Co. Southampton, Lit dist., Grant 212, Seymour 1C6, dem gtiin 22; Lust Hiiiiiploii, 2d dist., Giaut 14 Sey mour 41, rep gain 11; Griswold for Gov 45, Hoffman 42. Shelter lriluud gives Grant 23 innj., rep guin 7. JoiTersou Co. Hotirefield, 1st dist., Grant 171, Seymour 1G8, dem gain 1. Tiugo Co. Barton, 4th dist., Grunt 201, Seymour 140, rep gain 34. Rocklitnd Co. Horristraw, 2d dist, Grant 210, Seymour 40(i, dem gain 250; 1st dibt, Grant 142, Seymour 141, dem gain 74; Stony Point, Grant 141, Sey 344, dem gain 58; Itamsford, 1st dist, Grant 198 Seymour 116, rep gain 47. : 2d Ward New York City (tives Hy inour 156 majority, dem gain 23. i Lockport City, Seymour 1,217, Grant 1,158, Hoffman 1,327, Griswold 1,136. Auburn City gives G71 majority for Grant. , Orleans Co. Burre, 1st dist., Grant 612, Seymour 422; 2d dist, Grant 204, Seymour 95; Carlton, 1st dist., Grant 123. Seymour 42; Claredon, Grant 245, Seymour 205; Muraay, Grant C05, Sey mour 587. New York, Nov. 30. 2;30 . m. . Total vote of New York City for Grant 47,921, Seymour 108,025, inaj., Oe.104, total vote of the city 155,946. Vote in Nov. 1806, 114,255; do 1867, 112,087; Hoffman over Fenton 1886, 57,180. Si New York, Nov. 43 a, m. The latest returns indicate that the republicans carry the state on the pres idential vote and the democrat on tbe vote for governor. , , -.. Albany, Nor. 3. Kinderhook complete, gives Grant 429, Seymour 483. - - Saratoga Co gives Giaut 283, Sey mour CO; Griswold 280 Hoffman 69. Hadley gives Grant 1C0, Seymour (4 Griswold 199, Hoffman 58. . . , Greenfield gives LrVant 447, Seymour 295. , the indications are that the county has gone republican by 1,600 majority. f New York, Nov. 3. The weather to-day ha been fine, and the election has been very quiet in this city and Brooklyn. An immense vote has been polled. As usual, a num ber of arrests have been made for ille gal voting. Tbe Evening Pout hi ys that It is estimated that the vote in this city Vint rtacn on JjundrtiU and falty tuous and; that Si-smutir's majority will be lii'tween fifty aud fifty-five thousand. Hoffman's majority will be still greater. Hon. Semo.l P. Betts, lor mors than to years Judge, of lh lulled hlstes I'istru-4 Court of tiiis Instru t , died at uuiiu ght ianl tugbt, at New lla vsn Ct., frora so attack of sppopl. ty. . New Wk-10 p. m. Tbe returns l Uovn come ia very ebiwlv, ' but from those that have beu rticoived, it ap pesrs tlist tjrfsssiid runs mors thas 10 per cent, behind tsrant, aed that which Oriewoid loses iluffiuaa gains. New Turk, Nov. S. . Oen Slur mn ia levied to Congress in tha third Nt w kork district by aODO saaj. v , Tr-.y. Nor, l Griawold a BisJ. in Itetiaar iaer county is sou a net fh-auf a ma). Ai. ' - Monroe CV.- Town f (ireev-e,' lat diet. Grant 207, Seymour 175; Town of Sweden, Graut 457, 292; Town of Pitt ford. Grant s maj. 10; Town of Pen Held Grant 440, Seymour 215. Wesebeater Co. Morrissania, 4 th dist.. Grant 224, Sey moor 325; 3d dist, Urant lit 7, hey mour 1L Osweuo Co. Itaehlaad trive Grant' fJi, tnaj. rep. gain tea. I . w m - - , jiorrissania, 1st diet, Orant 284, evmoar Brown Co. Town f Binghamptoo J eoajpleUt, gives W maj. for Grant, avndj Aui lor unswoto. a urange ixiunty AiiddJtown, Urant' Aienro county Kiga, tns wold uuumuu iwi, jej,DKi aa oist. uracil iu r-eviuonr bi, unaota t.i, MoH-! rna Co. ' I 111 1 ssssssssajsasass. Herkiiuti count v.. t'oiumliia. tl'st,t Seviii. nr Iti7. tinsr.,i.t li, r lt'i; Ilerkuoer, Ssm- nar 3T7. G;s'.; 21; t tet m-vfl Hate, lvvajonr .Vs t tirat.t 'mT, Little I'alK. Seyn.iir 1'! nisj . Ibiffman 1SS tn.j Fii tf.:t. 1; d.st.. ii si-,1 ill. Svytremr ' i Tompkins ciinttty --Iry.l.-D, Grajit 271, S-y mour 242, "l;htcC tirant !. Seymour S7r5. N'Uecs eountv -Sernarw. .Sevmottr 701 S tnioiir 211; ithica tirar.t ts4. Sy. j mur 67 ti. i N-iieca cui.tv SenecA, Sevniour i 7('l, tirant Ho4, tinswuld iiS, 1 .".ft man jil.'t: Juoiee, t itant 171 Seymour l."3, , Hoflman 152, OmmM 1 7 1; Waterhm. (irant 850, Heymonr Gr;aat)d XS, lkffman 5;15. 0d, Grant 20H. Sey mour 2V4, tinswoM 2M, Hoffman 5154; ltomuliia, (limit 1S7. Seymour 240, Seneca Falls, tirant ti25. Seymour 7IW, tiriswold ti'J2, Hoffman 745; Valley,' ('rant 224. Sevmour ;UN. Hoffman 322,. i Griswold 223; Bichfield, (irnnl SHlJ Sey monr 143. Griswold 318, Hoffman' 145; Sprtnj'field, Seymour 15H msj , i llofftiiau 15(1 mai., OUegn. Grant tltH,! Seymour i.i;y Otsego county gives about 6000 rU pulilican majority. Genesee county complete, Grant 1400 majority. New York City, l'.ih ward, Seymour's maj., 20S8. dew. Kaiu of 741 ; 1 1th ward, Seymour's majority fi(!25. n ft eO',15: Pith ward. Sevmour' mai. ltRS a dem. fcain of 440; (ith waid, Seymour's maj. 4594, gain 1237; 12.1 ward, cor rection, Seymour's maj. 2900, gain 319, Albany city. Hey inour a swj. l'Jtrf. I'nsiklyn with 13 lUstocts to hesr from gbres Heynumr ll.ir.sj a.aj. Buflalo county, tbelie nlihcsnscUim the coun ty by ltam maj. xrs;vosa int. In the Kill ward hVyniour'a n.aj. ia Wm5, a dcni loss nf M Dni-dta Co,- In two lowng Orwil's mJ. ia 21:1, Ji ffi'lsoli Cu. In lo tonus Orslil s lusj. is 17. Is-aiB Co. - lu two tosns,K. uiour'a Disj. is HI a rep. gam of 7(1. Colum'i C o.. towns Kenuour,a maj. is a dem. gain of 311. now iota i;ny. in me 51 li wsrd H. yin mr maj. ia 2(3:1.1, a dem. gain of StA It. turns from is.) diatnciH, 11 more than half the city, hut all comparatively email ilislriets, foot up tirant J4.RHI, and Seymour 49.1U.1. The lii.lii ali.iui. are that the tothl vote sill be nt far from 100.0CO, and ibe maj. for hi .vun.ur almul V,. (m. New Torn, Putnam Co., tlnee b ans, (iiant'e inaj. 151; rep. gain 77 do. i.la county, S lowns. flmiil's maj. tifiS. lnteresa ( ouiity, two t. sna, llrsiit's maj. SMI. New York Citj.-Hll, sard, dem. maj. 3..172; a gain of 777. Nvn.c.ie, tiiatit, ?2t maj. t. vitt, (iraiit, C'Jt maj, CaiiiilloH, (inint 7(i inaj. (ie.ldcs, tirant 110 msj. Halina, (ii aiit 17 leaj. Ociivssie Co.--Complete, giws Oiant U. lllllj. , W'syne Co. - I'iitmyra.flrsnt SO maj. Williamson, tirant 1JC maj.; Arcadia, tirant 4.1iusj, Wiilsoith, (Jrant 2lij, bnjmuur 144; ilace.li.ii, tirsnl 3ii,i, Seymour 211. Com plete returns from twlv wsr.la in Bnx.k lyn, givs (Jraut 13,216, Heytnour lH.KiU T.-B sards jet to hear from. Westchester Co., six towns, Hi ymour'a msj. IHKi. Broouiu Co., Orant'sMaj. 90ti. Ni w Kork, twelfth sard, Seymour's Biaj. H.'.IO dem. gain, 1h;1. Fiitnam County complete gives dem. maj. If dem. gain 83. Fr.KNSYI.VANIA. Philadelphia, Nov. 311 p. m. The city of Philadelphia danlarsa for Grant and Colfax by two thousand ma jority. Republican gains in every port of the 5 state, which will mske it 20,000. Philadelphia, Nov 3 ' In the following election returns the I comparisons are made with the October elections; Philadelphia, 5th Ward, Seymour has a mai. of 1)42; a rep. gain of 145. Pike Co., Wentfall township, gives dem. maj. of 130. , The polls closed at bix o'clock this evening. Partial returns indicate a lep. mai. in the city of about three tbous- ( and . - . ' Tho Boys are already calling Sey. . mour "Salt Kiver tickets," and the ' Republican clubs are making prepara-, tions for a parade to-night. A private dispatch from Pittubiirc says Alleghany county has given a maj. oi eieven iiiousana lor Uranl. Chairman Rep. state Com. claims PeniiHpIvania by 15,000. Returns indicate city ren.. by 3000 maj. Private dispatches from Pitts- . bnrg say Alleghany county trives Ten. ' maj. oi ii.ismj. Philadelphia five wards show rep. gain of 927. j One hundred and six towns and cit- ies give Grant 2,0(M) maj. MAINE. ' Portland, Nov. 3. i Returns from the election in Maine ', show consideaable Rej) gains over the ' bs-pteuiber election. In this city the j result stands as follows- Grant 8239. Seymour 1838. aoitiiiht Ken. vote of ; 3357, and Dem. of 2379 in September; , u. ik-ji. o-nii) 4i. in j-.iiiii i ( run t re I ceived 1002, and Seymour 847. strainst! rep. lOiiO, and dem. 42(1 in Scptemlier, a rep. gain ot ii. in rsooo tirant re- i cened 825 and Seymour 338 votes, ! agaiuht rep. 850, dem. 418 in Strilem- I ber, a rep. gain of 84. i Return from Maine show a Ren, gam over the September ehn-tion. I .Mne tonus adUitRiual to th above, show a Ren. t-ain of 1537. Grant's 1 innj. in the state is estimated at 28,000 j to 30,000. ' f Bangr erives 1000 maj. f'r Grant, a Rep. uaiu of 220 over SenU tuber vote, i Eighty -on towns give Grant 31,225, . Seymour 10,732; Grant's maj. 14,603, a gain over .September of 3,758. This indicate nearly 27,0o0 maj. in the state, against a'rout 20,000 in Sep teail.er, and an a(;rgate vote of atxiut 112,500, against 130,7oO iu Septemlssr. ttt-t Tl fTia frifn I lav sa Aif.iwVB s-re.it-. as ' ri;" "t .rr. . " -r-teller as New York, Nov. 4 2 a Ijktest estimaU giv tbe Rep. In low at 40,000. m. tuaj. li Aaaa cutMtm Bston, Nov. 8. , Gen Potior is reelected to Congress over both eompetiUr, by S240 maj. Retorris indicate rep. maj. i'i th stat ot from 00,000 to 70,000 Hooper, JUprewefiUtive forCVingres,: ba over 54.500 maj. , TwiUbell, llepreseiiUtivs m th third t district, haabot2OJ0aj. J In the fifth district, Gen Bo tier hs large maj. in every city nd loan, beard from, and hi total maj. must ' isrpeiy exesssn mat of tn last electxin, , iianks and I'-mtwell ar r-elex1o. by ery larje msjonuea. I tb vote lor Adams for Governor ' lh vol lor shows a heavy dtrtAse from last y&ar. j !H,j -,! M f" -n .' t ( i -;a.!i of i.UJ. !.i(: -t l In. .... !,, M ..-..r 11, f oi r v.i:-. i. ih. ..v. Iw it ..ii.i .-i,t ;.i .-a vs f lyt. Nr.nf Hf.i i r-ty tu s ',1 !-. t:;. at I K-it Sl l i r m. "W Hie, SJ w li e Mii-vli s.. fsv .K.i. tl.st A!U. ba- . fr s-vs.w s4 ILair bs a sausU ssr.wit . ltwrtiWi U.Mr;, 1 . I i- l-v... ! .V . n is iiiip.wiie si II. is hwr lo tell ths . itir.-I result. t'AtJFV.KJIIA. A fn rrsiniisew ..tispsJeb sata ths ItepaMteansi have bat tbe ciiv, bat -m tha aMie. rr rssry. Na deastite predi. u...s as fco the nwutl yet. TWs-ni-eT, Tt. M-fuWkaa atata eutamittee aa 7J tows ni-w s oiHii i.i-ss gun, ensnpsee.1 with Ibe v..l -f ls.l ejinofc. ..-rS.Jt.'i. siid . ;im the Hii l lusj.uiK uf a..Vt New Haven gives a e. p gstn of Tbe State is claimed by lbs rpt-h.iia bv I XV. 1 ' Krvn-csy. Isilv;;; giic R.jno.ur 7.4TS aiaj.wity. SlltJllllik. , nceiu-Ting ri-Oin.e milu sls a tn. oislonlv JV OtlO to ,tl). All the Itepnbti. an CmgivalneJ are eleelnl, end all, it Bestlv ell .be Nut rv-n. tors, and lhie fonrtbs ..f lbs rt .nec, , . , , M iuimiikV, (me hiiuilnd audfili four l..s lu N. w Itsaii. iois give l.i. ui Mi.Mi, Ki-vnomr iil.S.'.J, S 'U tlanipsbife has gone rvi b HHruiR IKI.iM. The Provid. ncs Journal has Itlimle I.lsn.l c.i l.ieie vn epl one town, Ilia, k Island. (uu j, .i, o. iitoiu 9. v..:w latest returns from Kansas give (haul al 12,im msj inly. OHIO. I lie .i.anuian of the Ohm It. pul-lh an Stsl i oiiiiiiiin e ssjs liepuiili.an aiaj .k..i ui l.. In no. Clev. Urnt, O. , ....ri.s sie eeeilenng. All returns ri eeivio mini (lino Willioiit et.et.n.rti mvt lam s r p. gsuis. II t, Cl.icsiiO cm., a IiepiiUi.au n.sjorilv to tut si. ,f ft. HlKVtlSU. Ilaltiumr.., M.t. lialtimnr ciiv glvi a dem. ninj of it,, cImiiii Hie Mste hy M.uoil. He veil llislfl. Is ill Vslilli;tiin eolllly slow r ., gum of ti. MHItAXKk. 'ate a ii-iiu'niii-ad The reldnis Indie Hlate oi about 4.HHI uoij. in tl (IKOlil.tA, No haturi.ao.f sie ree rteti su win f eve. at Ksvaiihah, abeie llvu ti:t.H4 s'. iu kiioil s one ahdu ii.ni, mot tally w.ui.ided, RK.-.T MlllitMA. t.t Vll;lliis retlin.s ft i .III V) I.iBiimIoi.s, sin a in,e i cp. gam. i in, i ps. ,lauu tbv euie I SHI iimj..iily. b'olilll CtHOI.IhA. v . . i. . li . ..nun iroiiua, iioin vi pif.-uicis, show a rrt ti.in..r,i. ,.r I I. J 1 vim-ONSN. Milwaukee gives H vmoiir il.tsiMi iiiJ,,n(y. The huts sill Kiti) J .i.iHM) r. p iuhj .nti. luillirns from lUI l.,wus sod cilos in. in -.-.to thai tne stale lias g one H. p. dj i&,iam , aii.iam. l.oi IsUNA. New Orleans, Nuv. S. The nily glws M,IK1 Hem, maj. l.iiisi.ua i largely Is-ni. Tin. eleclion passed off ipntetly. 'Hie Negroes did not vote. INHUNA. i.iiHiisj-eiiiius nine isr roeeivea snow a Hep, Hon. in i,i ii,.' .n n,ir. l.atcr. lnlisi.i.a ii tums from 0 townaluil .1.... - n.. .. t ..iu ... .11 --' e-"i inii. j us ssnis rstio or San throughout the statu will givs a lop. maj. uf I. TI.e ll..p. .Lie Cm claims I he sti ate by 10, in mvj. BECAMTII.ATION. Returns thus far roeelved aliow tho Igurua ; , Mains, New Hsnipsbirs, , . ; i , Vermont, . y - t .. Msssai-biisetts, Kliods Island, Coliueetl.lt, New York, Peniisylvaiiia, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, . Illinois, Iowa, - Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, Wisc.main, West Virginia, folios in ao.iss-t , 31, mat 7II,ii S.IXO 4,il 10, (Ml 'tn.mi ei.ooo 27 out) 10, (Ml 40 laKi Mi.iaai 20, nun fi,l ft (SI 2n il h.oou II.. ... .. I .1 tr . I t aieiuiopiu, mo iew itiri nnclii. iihmj, b out or two since oiiered romf bets of $250,000 each, makiiikr 11.000. 000 in all, which were taken Friday bl TO VI' II i ... -f iuouinn vv siser ana rfonss I'lsce til Poughkeepsie, N. Y. He stakes 1 250,1 000 on each of tbes conditions: thai Grant will receive neither a majority oj me eievuorai or txipular vote; will nog carry Indiana, Pennsylvania or He York, nd that Seymour and Blair will b elected. Mr. Helmhold evidenlls understands how to get his qnsck iiitdl icines novertisen nee or thame. The duuiwe by the recent earth quake at San Francisv-o is estimate.!! at about 1,000,000. The city hall, th.l custom-house and jiost-oflle buildiiiel and the United States marine hospital very large iiriclt liuiklmg, wer al rendered unfit for use, have lieon de I sorted and must be nulled down. Th.l ecoud shock on Friday morning, 2'M mat., couiiiiiki in ruin oi severs I buildings, and some of the lofty chiml u-ys of manufactories that were onlvj paniauy nroar-n dt tne nrst. On r n day and Saturday an army of laborer w"'e at work on the shattered Luild inn, and reiuovini the debris fiom tin! streets. .The Mc-rihsrit exhibit no (lis. I position tj stiaiolou tbeir prosnrty mi tneir locations. Monie fctfui turea nr being taken down entirely, and other' re undergoing repairs. The shurl s!m to have twiiifinoKj its fon! to th lieighborhoud, of Sn Fiauciax o bay. Somu tirn last March,, a psxkai coiitauniig fifty f 1,0(0 greenbacks wa, stolen from the counter of the Canal Bank of New Orleans. The numbered I the bills were at one advertised an. i j Sent to the police officer throughout i tne county. Ist l rnlny a ufullmma J a atraiiL-er, oflered a $1,000 bill at the I City National Bank in WireesUir, Mass , 1 . as. .1 . .. ... t ... II a It . . . t " " dn-vver-d it to be on of th.l 'is .lies. igi uiatu wava but eateil . I and waa found lo hav three thousand bills in possession, which wr fronJ the sUlen perl aoe, rsv hi nam a I. It. Sargent, tf ltratthduro, Vt., and sax! L bad i etytx tht m at the Bank of 1 Unle million in Buston, in ex change tor New Hampshire Slate bond J He was detained, and taken by Cittl .. i.e. . ... . I Aiaraitai urennan u iJoaton to inves ligat th casss. His story was totin.il to be correct, but th Bank ofiirersf wer unable to U-1J where they receive.1 lb bills, A search in th other bank revealssl sua mora of lb atolrn billJ wbicb bad b4fn received in ths ordi nary oourast of business. Mr Sarentl ws al oiice released, aod dematide.1! ths restoration of hi bond from th. J Jtsna of liedeuiptj,,!), which th Banlf refused, and Mr Mri-tit ha comm.-ne d suit fir their reco'verv.