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\\\mm\\ mmtTWn Ml attamsd by nny rr.*iVf r
i ^auatega, m 1 hare nnM mi n H ebt*
aereoaM i? u expected. There Win tot
*Tf ';Dti(.| antagonism between l| Ml in nnd
j ; ??d th. r, 'ore it was the better auJtence
1,1a to There ws? something t<? talk nt. and
iL effect waa rbeeriaf A rafMieew jaWMl if
lirhusiss'n washow. u ' "l!'"'-??ted, and there was
, ?rHurntlj very hearD n[>]>lati-e nut ing the whole.
.'? ev t t t.i>3
lie Rev. & -N|V ?"d the Pev T. W. Higfia
im tvrrr soiong the apeakera. \\ hen VMM!
j-mii (t'f herself it is not strande: when men
Jl'ie* W her it seem* most uoble?as it certainly
ji meat nb]K>piilar in a Woman'* Rights C'onven
|,,3 I it* to the woman who doe* not reslire that
tvy a*?e* such a one a personal d< ht of grstitude'
lh ir word* were full of power, a* must need*
v,. ?!.< u laWj ?i re full of a beautilul fervor and
itrrnfth of thought Mr. Hira-in-on. who came
fron a n* ighkortng St^tc to serve our Convention.
I** dene tin* woM effectively?a* few other* conhl
??redoneit Yet one w ho recognizes thi* Cime
bflnni tilg not t<i see ??r t<> tion. hut to the
fire, has no need of thank*.
Vet this Contention was the particular oit
jruwih i ! a state men ment I hnusat.ds of peti?
tioners hate asked for Won tin le^al equality and
rii-r t of stiflrsgc i ?ur Legislature, though so
i,r ted again and again, has not jet taken measures
to meet thi* demand and wrmet together, in fnrt.
to consult about the best plan for furthering the
?aider circulation of a similar petition the coming
Vinter. " And your petitioner* will ncr pray ;
Xitvt* something with ill*-, a* it is to he hoped our
]a* makers will learn, withceit wanting to M W
ried with our much coming. Kutan It Anthony,
jbf practical worker of our state?" the .Napoleon
,4 the specific movement, as *he waa called by
i-e w ? o ivorkcd u ith i * heartily tili he w at called
i??n important field of lahor in the <?ld World?
riiited last W infer fifty four count tea in the Bteta\
jsd held meetini* or cor, enf ions in them all. she
ai til still labor na. ?<s;*ted as we hope by a h m l
j.f earnest helpers. I cmnot forbear making some
rrfrnnce to Judge Hong a brave, noble old man,
?rbo baa taken thi* QMM so earnestly to his heart.
ar,d who ha* aided in many wsy* by so generous a
seli-sacrifice. Nor can I forget Mrs Ktanton. who
tu? writN n. ami tho.i. bj and b It and acted always
ikarOBSlJ and well: nor Mrs Martha C Wright
if Aubi rn. who presided at the Convention with
to noble and quiet a womanly dignity ; sating just
lie right words, and just enough of them, wbem raff
: I occasion prompted commanding every one's ad
niraticn and respect; nor others, whom time fails
me to mention, but who are all hi Id in grateful r- -
The deliberation- of the ( nn.eiition were bread,
and as deep as the ever benufiln!, yet loudy
loldcn rule upon which tasty were can fully h- s, ,1
(o i .l ti tid bare been done hero Klegant balls
md rid > rivaled n- n raining attention: but we
|?)t that we were victors (If course varioti
fiubicnaldos and notables are spendn? the tini"
here, though we have met but few of them, and
with the exception i-f I.tief walks, troqucut nip
pffjjr:8 of onncrr*'w\ti r Ac. and M delightful
drive to Uie Iahe, given to our whole party by a
Beslthv and wiII kn own Boston merchant who is
favorable to everything progressive, it h.v been
much work and litt e plaj.
We were here in fssb'onal.le Saratoga, l'riends
in neighboring States told Bi it would be a super
tnous waste of Ms)MJj] to thiuk of inlliiencinj? the
elite cT North and South in favor of these ultra,
?MajaJti opiuioiis. ^Ye did not believe jt |
believe it lesi now ' Those people are riot likely
to prove " htony ground hearers' We expect
lo stntd--i marvelous growth ol liberaLjdon*. to
be withered liy flu? Ii ret glnring rays of liishioiiable
sunlight : but if Ictm u nd coiiutenances. or may
rely upon the judgment af others there is much
totd ground here for sowing good seed We
kn>w that our advermry thi rrw ? >tin> s/MpasaTf
naaisai) will be hen also, and aaej tan * am.trig
Ibc wheat: we cxpntthat in most instances the
laic- and wheat will grow toge'hi r,bal an believe
aWt IsW a^baaf WiUgn?f, nevertheless, and that its
in 'uence will be really ami widely felt.
' I am convinced o' tin jtistoets of your cla ms:
Itruly sy inpafhi/e w ith von. and w isb to siilocrib
for your books aud r>,iners. bot I am m-I truly to ?
I/, .. ?/ ii ?i'.co no iitio; ,?,). said one hull,
NiMadaMM was a type mm. and .Mrs. \icho
dt'u"is is a t\pe woinaii. We h ive h dli here in
S ? .'ok? Score* bavi been pri sent nt our meet
aej wMaa position would bare Porblddaa their at '
BCe at home l or a like reason nonuiue '
BaratOgiaBS have beeu exceedingly judiMou* iu
tl i r patronage Wl ? ist aeoept Intinauity. even !
with its ii'intaC. u- I'oor humanity .' is it not j
paaslaa streue i titoigh soon to triumph over the I
1 hav0 er.refuilt observed and sftioied what are
? .1 tbi upper eh. m-* and higher circles af
s. Citv. both .n pablaj and private, w henever good
?irttite lias brought me in contact with them
(ablea ia^aeai is not ol'tefn; and it eoems to me it
aotba| sJasa ?) ; i>at the thinking and feeling half,
lata af hsnes at d gentlemen.arc looking w th more
ol yearning and hope towani our luowencnt; with ,
Biore dissatisfaction with the present system of
- than ?per hap. any other one class- than even
the ntaOigl ut, tbliikit g women of the peonle, w !n>
i.ai < Itei s ippci 1 to bo in circiimstauces to
realise woman * false position most keeulr. 8o I
tie I ot i hats and the bnlliant-w inged, little head?
ed male and fcinnle loittcr'ins of life, whom nature
itil u-'e el to feed on \nuities, precisely as the fairies,
sie dest Bed to live up. 'i tawfe, and are sa.istied - !
ties large bah'of a nut very large class feel more
T- al and utler contempt for this tnoveinetit than
' . rson or clique possibly cun from arnon^ the
(hir blunt manners and words nnd itn.ny isms
Tspel taaaa all: but there is an unmistbhable.earn
?st laSMef maiiifchtetl by the really cultivated ar
i*t"cracy, and an amusing vulgarity, sometimes
aaaafcj aisf absnrillv .-..ar-e l>nt offener seen
Ibrfsagb Ihd dciifHtl ?ilverwire vail of g utility.
Which p'lts the qtiestii u b-yonj eavU Sensible |
? th im n are wi try ol ftu liiiine liiisel, and semi
l (e ladies sre tired af atn -rosin. till a good many
i t f one are bitter and satirical at heart, and
more af the other humbled, crmhed nnd mortified, t
because of woman's prtsent iufciiurity; while j
tarn ti 'ii'|tiirics, though'", aspirations, ami almost
?l. ire gaining ground iu the souls of O'ch.
1: is I: >ni atnol.g the nia-ses that we an to look
for theearlieet leader* af an unpopular movement
but the thinking and refuted, who have had time to
fct alj the truth* ami harmonies of life, can and
w I add pe-l ctioii to the work, when conviction
? i js-i?d a little lurther, ami boen freed from
oVubt; and when, a few years hence, thev are
r-sjy aaaaplaccrit'y to ?s-ert. "We btc always
' iihov dsn," wesha?bcshlt'toemilebacka quiet
* -.irr It is the truth, and will be tho truth;
i -1 they or we BOW recigni/e it or not.
ANT ?1 V Tl K L R!ll?W S
n / a Ei VTtOH OF W lk\
t .. s d'f.re pi TtiaN. I.Tritsnn*.
W M.t N, Pc'id du i . c Co , W tv \Us,' " \?>
De liar, the murderer in Waahingtoti t'o , ws?
baw ataa Udgad in the State Tri sou at thi
jiacc today Last ceniog at <> ti'clock he wa*
> . rtg by ail heels st West Betid?dead, of course
It i? -aid the Court did its be st to sue the un
I t?- man >uin the mob The militar , to the
baaiher of ftc^af*. was on duty to enforce the law
The mob for several days precedi-ig the trial had
tforceof several hundred of the worst and best
tten in tbe vicinity, sod a d 'termitiatioii to haug
1's Bar was as icnrrally known as was De Bar s
sj aa A special court had been called, and ye*
terday I>e I<ar was put upon trial. I he Jury in
tue afternoon found him (iuilty of Murder in tne
first degree Arrangement* bad heenjmad.- by the
'i..lxe to hurry the pr.som t. as soon as
?ctiteoce oould be renderod, to this place, where
m culprit might be safe and the public secure
tn ta aueh a dangerous man. The sheriff was about
MJaajBaBar tnat ti e Court-Mouse to the Jail
a ken he was met in the door while leaving
Court-room and De Bar was Lit with a stone
' **?* from the rrowd It was a beavv blow and
MJg prostrated hun 1 ha vaiiaut military ioirae
fl?pers?d and t.'iat mad mob in its fury toik
~*JJ* af tha orirainal 1 hey struck him ta the
?w rptt npon him a^ajajiafj him with tb'.dr 0it*.
I ?<??.">" bim, and dra??a>d bixa by the feet in the
ii.nrt.1y strict-. HI dead, tb.?ti bung the blaoding,
Tiiani led corp-e Im the hivls U> a tree This in the
Mil wt r-.ar of tliis frightful tragedy
In- Par w a*I wcing man of about twenty uns
vears ot sco, aln.oet beardloss, America* born, a
Werbybn M* tt nJi'-t in good stanotng, iudustriniu,
lind and trustworthy During the last throe
yours be bed be* ? in th. employ i?f Christian Y tunr
Bid his brothor. l?otL residui? at West P.-nd. Mr
joting bar unbound >l < "n( <b n*e in hin*. At dif
I ferent titres, sunn of %%%%%*? to th** amount of a
thousand dollars l.nd hi en in the house De Htr
was an arc of it Mr. Young knew it, but hadni
tears ; would leave the bouse when convenience
rt*<|uired, and never onee had a suspieion nqairjnt
tho young man Mr toong represents Do B.ir
particularly hind and tender hearted Mis horses
ami rattie wem treeted as though they had feeling.
Ike day pn-ions to the murder Do liar was
cradling wheat for Mr. Young. About 1 o clock
P M De Bar became fatigued, and Mr Young ad
. is* i ) im to go to tl e h- us*-, ns he bad not yet re?
covered bis strength from a fit of sickness a short
time previous. J)o Bar went to the house, and,
as was his custom in his leisure hours, occupied
his t ine in nadiru*. When Mr. Young came in,
Da Bar b ',-jir d if tho wheat was shocked, and
then re-Lined his reading. He took supper aa
usual and at bed-time remarked?? It is so warm
? I ?Miesi. I ii sli tp in th?- barn again " He took
the blanket, as be had done for several lueoossire
et,? uintrs, and went in the direction of the barn
That night about 11 o'clock, ho committed tae
murder in the Muehr family.
Mr. Young thinks it one of the most unaccounta?
ble things ir. the world. Hu sav | De Bar's health
was impaired b] sickness, and be fears bis rnind
It i? posaibli?ai. irmre, it is probable ?that the
mob at West Bond, in its blind madness, mux
it, ml a worthy, insane joung man. I w . t.
POLIi E COURTS.
m i hi; iomio
No !< - than twenty .sir. person- wee arraigned ye*
ti nImy M charpi | ol d-unkenntv*. rearly all ' fwhoa
?c:c sentenced to ten dajs' imprisonment on oceount
of tb< in n pay ment of tho tine ? imposed upon them
Hut Httbl business transpired tu-idc from disposing of
liiO drui karcs.
im gi ITOCAIJ V M nk
Thome* Carroll siae found in Nout'i-st. m a state ,ir
iwbriaiion. so much so ?hat be iosisfe-d to tue officer
thai n bottle ol ? hieb v, Brhlofa he had in his poa-o?ai ia,
aai a Baku t i ontaining a beef steak which bio wife
hao sent bim .iiir to pn:ebas*. Thomas drank his
liiinorat Mr. PootO'fl store, at the foot of Iteokman st.
.Mr root sells his ?ijuor at throe- cents |*r glass.
I homos thinks that it would he dear at half the price.
iwn mtfij m(oim>.
John Sini'h was found near Fulton Market drunk.
John sain that hi "cid lie*, live nowhere,' he cat arid
s e ft wi ii vi i he con d at d M drank lii|ue.r BthOOOl Bf
( anybody would treat e?r trust bim; ho was tired ol the
1 world, aid want, i'to move to sfm iter and try thiugs
Od a bay for BOOlOj be considered the tarth BB boin ?
MdaMM BBON than a on -borse affair auy how. time
ten dollars for ?bt Ii? g the earth.
THE l \i i DM -n KM sV
Wd'oon Mci'ol'iu ii ii arre-'id i-i llroad-t. very
druik. William said that be is mMooI to tie falling
? ? ? and : fc he took a 'lass ol ajo i.ftei he had
I fallen down In a tit.
.Mr. .lehn .loii- was nrroatid Ji#r drnnkeiineas in
Mnlbeni at. Ho was ev.dentlyt.ot rot Be bet when
bo was i Baaati odl
.ludgc ?What's foon namo '
11 ieoi i r JoIlB Jone*.
?' W In re do vou live ' '
'? In J< r- i ' i'y
M Where did you get your bVjBjOf '
" At a stoic "
W bo kee-p* it ? '
'* .lohn .Ii mt -.'
" Yourse lf ."'
' No. nt ruber .lohn Jon.?* '
" I'id you pay lor it V
?' A flit ml tti-atisl tue. '
" \\ hat ? as hi' | ami f '
" John Jones.''
? ton moan you treat* >l joiinwui
" No, there is still aaotber Jeha Jone*."
? Did La pay lor it ? 1
Hi h oi it charged t* a man nnnet-'i JoneeV
'? What BTM h,s lust name I"
'? I ain't certtuj. but 1 thick BBOff than I kely it was
" \\ but kind of BOjOjOt did you drink?"
" .lohn .B.
I say what kind of liuuor did >-on eirink **
> e Bald you din. k JnLii Jones before."
" WaaHSTeJ I aaj .lohn Jones I ulway BMBB1 gfat,"
" Join I dwl M.e you ten dolltirs.'
" Ii.f, old boy . I ll gi nd down t > n frie nd of mine
BOJiV J Ji-Lts nnd got the change. '
A luiMi BTK Oil i n i I/If.
1 l.c proeei din^s wore iiite'rrupti d by the entrann
of n eoaiss iy Jmmhi, fcniale, of large j opoitious,
wl ?? no lud lorwanl to tho raili.'g and loinincuced a?'
ilressinu the dudge.
" Judge (-aid she i want yfl for to issue a wntin" of
? n oo ebrieti,'1
?? I eon't ladk stand you,' said the Judge.
"I'on'iye? bad luci thin to vor undtierstanliu'.
I 11 ;.' I BOOM to this court for to git a wririu'of cor
I rtttt ogoiaat Miobael Btwo wbo mmJobI MR nie.
his ii? ii wile. ?id ?-i?ht child* r at the breast, and crery
ii i tber'o son of th to, bsOMdla' the girls, widout the
- for lo b|.y ,., sU,,- II met -ute of praties, and baa
gOSH ?>tl wi i anotbti womau. '
?'lias *0m husband MBM g'Uilty ol any disorderly
conduct for which M can be anvattd .'"
" An ye dare to call a married man ninnin' off wid
aatatbarasoeaaa orderlyi I'll have ye itupcacucd >e
owld Irt' sarjiint, 1 t*ll yv)arbot 1 want is B wntin of
ciepn- . hli-'i.
" You arc i . Month a' ead of me in the law ; vou are
raffle j tor a w riling of whtet I hart M km. rfc Ige. "
" Au cooipe yi d sa> s*', B*bot OMa ro pm up there
f,.r to 00 but to |ietviiit the public iniaioncvofa
i bteckgaiid biisbiind dcscriiii his utijiertee'ted wife and
I innee? ni babbkef"
" Do yon nn au thrt jffoj want me M u-sue a vnit 4
l obeas c<>rpua ? '
'? Yes, its a writ to have his ot?oss?tbat I'm after
WMstM i How stupid \e was, to tu ?nie, thai ye did
not apprt1 irni me meamu' U fore.
" Will, it ur.foitui atol> mm0mm that you dOOl'l un
, ik 'stand H e nature of IM boliBM CQrpOW in t. If you
did you would not have wasted your time and name
w hb y our lu'pr.ilence.'
" By the sainte*! kroguee of P?ddy the PlpM( who
was a'tc by the co?, do yr thn.k tbat I'm to lose m;
hu-band ai d my ci.ilder u lathoi bo auso icr lazy old
Maros wei t? to be eehfltbi yer javtj ' it yettnuku
lies in \*-r lirtcel oe to do it JM make a thry, nnd
ac II find Itidey 8bea wi.l bor back up a tber ye, ye
vw'd bentbi n.
Mir. Me a, H fOfJ OMMY to the t'onrt asain in
tbst imp* ri i cut maner, ill have ) ou locked up in
th? To* bs I r contempt.
"Cot.tempt ia it: Ain't ye nice nut for the devil to
, riv k. and ve'll sp- he <>i i ontoinpt, will ye-'
"ObWBMBj lenk that woman up for twenty four
horns, aid BFlbapB bj U> inorrow morning she mav
Um HOiM I oomodooeacy. if aotoflltbi po'.iteueas."
Ml -. M.ca (M the ofl 0TB ? W ill yOB daie to lay yer
donbj twain' bands on a jvor tmpertected feiuols
Take thr t let ret pst. s.
^l ?. t>l.i a liit 000 of tbe otbeers a violent blow tu
II ,... vbiobetOATgOBOdhiM MrtboMMMttl i>tlier
. MOOM, see itig the beiiccreut atti ude of the Mileaian
Ameion, succeeded La getting her iato a cell without
I^r Ik ti'g ablo to do ary fntther i-nury.
I RIR1 MAKKl.T.
'Jho hatl.i ion c' b a. kguartl- *V para i* J yestei
daj in foil fi ret for b-pectlou by Justice Wood. His
re\ lew of this extensive corj s wa? thorocgh and skill
s di-eij fett v.-v. te. at J his (pisiMI by M) means
> ini t>
( . ia Joms. Jchn t'ole. John Alenchxetaer and
Daniel O Hnen were noticed with --pecial diappreba
nmJ ore fined ten dollar* each lor having in
i kfH in various ee-entric performances not in eiact
anordnnce v?itb Justice Wood'a MMbbUI actions of
propriety. 111 lat'er-named culprit on'y ia>uld pro
im i if.<" :c ,u;nd amount, and the othors. though stili
?rbag, wire MMBaJMsd to the Tombe.
rxrrjiWFNTs* with ntiXDiNO MiTrm.ais.
IgOMM Ca-rv*ki, a Pole, was drunk and v jgnacious
eni knockeo thr erb er Into a mortar bed, from which
fy after lieintr thorougly plas'ered. Be
was abl? hew cor login I ,ar; o?*i iuto ous >Jy, after
which lie got out of his piaster bJmD and ma le a eeav
p'i. 11 T'. prbaMNf wae put utder $tOU boads not to
" - ?> Ml ft'arnov. nt* with any more polio*
A 1'kOMr-h rhdbkmid
/Oha U. ( l>a *v a retarwed Itaiiterelaa. with e^T
? i ! a d ioag r?0Bgb and ooorso WiiS fof |
I r *b )ir#s, ?a* l.'cofsn? up for ?s-icf drunk. J"hr
u' ?? i ' be] ? aJwars tail fha\ if ho r-rer Hre I
f<. ;? ?ii k ?r. lb* S'Atju. be was going t? hare a reel
OfMNMl Ytrkee "herder. Tme to hi* deter
n irnt'on I e rid jet thorniunlr c-anplerH* ar/inetk
inkly fJrtji.k clear through, for which iutellecrual re<
rcattoi: he had to Btfee ten d*y? on bieed auJ ixjeti*.
1 1 >T AWAY.
'i t ? i -i I A - iin. rr MrLtoe was called f.,r an
ns~*nlt ar.c batt?rj on John Wi'anr, but it wai fun ad
that A: in der had " slotted" Crotn the t nurt-room
tlffoa^fa a BOLTtuieiH door
TTIOI pj y fg TMK IV MP
.loht, Wright Jan e, Tow by a-d Kd?ard MllH
?<* ? I mg) t up for having a Had of mix?l op fatndy
fight. They were dischargied for lank of eeidence.
AN 1 N-f ( . BMVT1 OPPR ATKiV
Jan.'v Baal] Rai John II. Wilson were arrested for
tif '?*-!- a burglary in H"?.lhr.. They broijht
thejtaeaaoa to >oa iorkt.i Mrtaan."as th?-A>i
st. i? oj.U -ay, and were dr tee ted. Held fur etimiua
lOM I'N'f Tl I L ?IIO'? WHO
John Adan a, Jaxaea Adams and James Ctre. w. n
Bernard of comnuttii | an assault and battery noon
HtBROa St. ut ar.d If. nry WesfVnner: and not to be be
htattaaad with tiicir enemies preferr.si a?'*'nst them a
aoai hat Large for Am same offense. As it was difficult
|a BM at a platei in who*? fence taa, nigger really was,
altbwigb it was perfectly evident t-iat a color-d iodi
vi uai was cor c< r i< d iti - .it.. bo. y'? bed, i. The Jus
fire held the entire mnltituJr far a more minute ti
Arr Ttcy ie, an interesting young lady whose present
J..B' ? of M-sidcnre if. in Water--'., wln.se fare was
mark?*! wi'h eol< rs rot N autify mg in t jat p-t-uliar
.-iluation arid on whose head were d? ve| .ped dir. re
bunps iir?tLOwn in Phrenology, was brought before
the Court as a girl of o.. | let ?' . or ra'ber unitu?**
ItrtaUt, 1 harae*. r.