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THIS I v PN'l.VO-THE BLAl K CROOK-Oreat P?
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Titi.-* EVElflH i-?lue.hO". Mi ???deni' Robl .?ou. Mr. JaM
tliibert Mi Cl...-: i ?i.her. Mu. M.JH ?ne 11 sp.? n |?iei. Mrt. \ rrnou.
BROADWAY THEAT? It
THI14 HKNIM,i-?ANlH ?N. THE CRICKET. M... M?.',?
sM-clie!! Mun i- ?t 1 o'olot-k._
N_WYORK Tll?ATER.
THIS HI N!N l-THE t HILO OK THE RK01MENT. Mrs.
IA m. l???uei??l. ?Mr Mark .-???tis.
NEW YORK CIK'
THE? tVtt ?INO-NEW ?OHK CIRCU- TROt'PE. Mi Kit?
Irosa IBJ his b_
IHi Nil MAI a
Till? EVPNlNO- Mr. .mi Mr?. BewafJ Pus'. PEItSONATt ?:<?.
OfUl^ il ES
K? 1.1.'.' ?V LEON d M N.?rill !.?.
Till?: EVEN1NO-KELLY i LEON ? MINSTREL TR.?I PI
f. ' -roaawajr.-MB* MY ii? Wl .t?'.?--T.R ill II.
I I Hill _K.
Till* EVEN!.?, I-Hi Lill OKI li ?. .MlNSTRELS-OEsHME
AMI? Till. DU .
STt'DIO Sl'ILDINO.
OPEN DAILY-W. IIOZ-BB'iiTATI Kit IN MARBLE.
.iTliE Eil IN -
THIS EVUIIN'Ii-MAi 111 Til Mne Adei.ide Rii'orl.
I', in ?A URTU II U.I.
THIS MENINO-IL Ilartl Hie lluiouiit-THE INDttN
BASK?. : Hit i.
23ueinr09 _\ oller?.
AT HUMP AGAIN.
Da. B C. PiBBT Deruntol?:Mt. hiring closed hu Bosto-i ofBi-o
b?. II IVs e .- ?. n .w ??e i-ni.s 'ed s' No 49 Bo5D ?T N. Y.
At. ? utan? tis ?liiea.es of ?Le h?ad. I??i ot bsir ind pTetustnr? gray
aeia, nolss. went an 1 wart? sr? fwininen'ly sur-t Moth, fre-kle?
pinpi??, tan. ?i BBS or grub-wjrui?. lil ?eily brown patents rc
Vorad fra a ti
' No el our fas romul'stson.
LADIK?.' FRBKCR SHOK?.-Mr. PLATER lui? ju?t re
turaed fi. m l'.,ti? ?s-h >.is e'egsttt is? i m at cf Latir?' Skie?, balla
and Kid ?i ,yt. for Weldings s?J -nil Prnmenad?
Bootsn -1 I Broa-wae. _
\\ ILL':-.?X .S lilli!?* tjsKWIK- MA' ??INK.
?It..-? I?. ger ?a4 lees Mabie To rio la ese. or wnr. than Hie
Lock .- ?cb -I J stfft'l Meaarl " o' rsl " f.li.-ad Parl T I
9erd ' ina imp ?-. i! li atk co^t tsnim *?v? ?ssdsof
?tit ?-I??? --?of goods. Wo. tes Broadway
A Bl R.. 1'ILK CrjBsXa-Dr. (?ILBKRTS TIL? lN?Titr
IIRI>U"IW ret the wiest ratea of PMas. Sent by ma
?eipt o! s>4 1 tiiiilin Ir- So'dhe driir:is'i. Agent wsn
where. Ad lie? J. B. ?os Al ?s. Ment.rr No. W- Broad?ST. New
York _ _
TBR ARM AM? LM bj n I RAM PAUUK, LL l> -
?TI* "best ' ?ree to soldiers. Mid low to ottl-srs sad neWans. I.*"?
Till ititi r Phs a. Ai-irpi, N Y . Uiireeast.. Boston. Aros I
traudel ut sr ulstin- ? .if his iMstmla._
"?A'KKl'S I-U KOYXl? ?SE^ ING-MU HINES 506 Htn lilwil.V.
The beat riBU.1 Machine. usni( s ?"?'?hl need o and ahnt'le.
Alla lsi?r M i. b. es for ?I BMMSWaitAB pasjeeaa Ara c's wa fal
htmi?rno8IWIRO-MACIIRI CO."S. FI MT ?'RKMUM
Loo? MU II ?rus? M-cmiu. No Mi l'.r i?.!*nr. lli.-li.-at ptr
?dnaa Ne? '? on and Petniv varia Mair Kairi lT?.. ____________
. __BTC_LP_'S GREAT I.HBI MAIIO KEMEDY IA d-ily
?lectiun n l'erful onr.a It acta lile u..a, both Chronio mi lu
uu'nst ..- Khenmstiiin giTiBf wsy bef?te i'. Tb? s-lnrted sre ed
sts,-d lat T S'._
Morr'? CHEMICAL FOMAKE Kc.lore*. limy Huir,
beef? ?i gl< MB sod flau, falling oat removes dandruS, tbo hi.e-1 dn-ti
?og ??ed .-? Id by RrsBTOii Pin. IS Ai^nr lions? and -TnarVta.
NEW TAT Y-NATURE'S S.UVERKION PATHT!
?ke As?n II- practice ? fibs An:lrut Pslh ?a. ? iii b hive ?r> ?(-ni ?sot
tvnmsi s i s.".- -i'?t pa'sentt with mr~-ory >nd other nnnersl pats a?.
Curt?-*?* ?id .V-j'aee'? S'jrerriots ?ee?f"ii.i/i front ulannbe r?. orrs tri.
bil si. . ? l?'*ee? Uod ani Hat,-re pla-ri tit ailment ; es-,
tice l?rv ftered the rrmeisalsfn. t " mai ?diet, ?.ipitnato .
ton Cal uri irun- hitit, and a ! Ser'..'ti'?>-.s Hiaeases. one ?tamp A ?.a'
gratia. tV_r>R- Pata a. Flask _
. Kew iiio-tfH in Mi ?PS, tULLins, CCPK-, i
Viereatxas, (Lout. Uivrrcrrs. te., in every Jeei-,i?tion of
fnrs al GkSsN I No. St 1 Broadway.
AlaVliiMBREDi's, Nott. 688 ind cC. l.r?jailw"r, a
.owlet? ?Inca of ?nail SABCT ABTlCtKI J mt imported sal'.i'-.g at
m Bole? ?le pri. r. (A new-aid will t?e a t ndn?ei lu Hoceniber >
CRISTti'KRis's EXCELSIOR HAIR 1>YK I? iniretR-Hj
?ok??w!ed|. J a? the b.st eat?at. l?etory, Nn tiA.sor Ho
IMPROVED LOCR-STITCH klA'RISKS tor lmlor.? ind
Maun!? t rrr?. Uaor-a L B-Bra Saw.so Macaua CoaraBv.
Ka. ?'.*> Bro?dw?v.
I'.'n, A MYLI?H ASt? _lr.ni ?. ? II n ? . f . ii.'iiliN
KBK1BS RA 11? N?.??u..t. Manure t. r r _
T-RIM-S, I.LA8T10 .STOCKIN'-.?,. BUH*imOtT lll.Mi
iiu, surro-iTBaa. kc.-Maa? 1 ( o s Radical Cure Trnis Othes
etdy st Na I Taaar-at La.v sttrurtiri.
~^I?R. s? HKN? K will Du at No. :)> Bond-at., New-York,
?vary Tue? liy. Horn 9 s. o? to ? p. m.
Al WUOL--ALK--('HJLIlKi. : KI WAR.
?AB ras Copper!? pi ed Booti ind SB IBS, Sewed and Pegged.
_ _ BlOtLO*- I TltllX Vrs.?T-st., N. Y.
8BWI.1-?. >f \(\>. UVA
Yen SILB a 1 To R_vT.
_V. W. M ? aiy. ijpitiirs.
('OlsW'tTTUTIiJlt WtTEB, M ? foi PtA
BSTM (lUTBA and ali HuriiM.of the KlONETlmd liLADBBA. De
mut. Mc hi ' I tf-tt Sod h; a I Druggista
DR. IIARRIIHOK'O I'KRHTALTIC I.OZESOKS, the ;
1ST remedy km llshitua! Co.tireneu Piln, and Indije.iion
'".AT Wll. tVKRDELL'l .co.NS, So. 104 Flllt.
Kew Style W ?noise 1 ?tiuiru. paieoleda?nd tiea.nt sall pr. .*, 1
< kurth ?nd Al Home Bil ?U._
I?AMPS PCLMO ?ROKCIIIAL TRO?
Ter Co?.!.. Cold? and ali Thro.l ?tid Lung Hiieeee.. .>o!Jev?iywl.rrv..
Ladif?, di ms padding! Nladaiiif.l'
Maasassr ia. Balu ani Paient H rea.? t rote m : ? d< ?
toUficail.r Del Bold By Jiuns.'t. -.
. WHRLLEH & WILSON"? Lo? K-STIT? n tteir-ia
?facBiv? ?ni HerrovHoii Macana N'o. '?li Braad'-iy.
""GBOVKR ?- BARER'! HlCHPtT I'REMirM Y I
RTITCR ?r..i?ii Mi.ntsis for Massy ear. Me. AS? Brosvdwiy.
THE II.-.VF. SEWINO MACHII?-LOCK STIT? H.
For Istiilliei and Mansifsetun-Ts. TLey are wor'd ren ?n-J.
_Tna Howe MACUIBB c? No. 6?. Brosdwsy. New York
FINKLE sic LYON* .SEWING MACIIINB CO.-Apeiit.?
wsaieil On? Miehlne *mr of h.rc -1st, with sam
wies of s-wit.;. .No. 5?l" Brosdw.y, N?w Y.irk.
Cr ?ier<l?szcn; Dapli .!'?.?-, $2.
AllB?i?tivesre|ut.red. R. A. Lrwii No 100 Ch.thitn .'.. N. Y.
I'd LLAR. A
Ho f.*-' Rreeewn*, H. Y. Meaascaiea Pora Msnnf?et ?rer?.
. Pipe? eist lo order rrpaired hmlrd end i
CONS UL AR RICOH SI FIONS.
er TiLrcti.H TO TBE ratarss.
The ! recoiiiizf-r1 .T
Ml on. -, e.' V,? ti?!, ". ,,,a . o , ; .
pa-r? as as Vi .?.,?? n.- - .'.'-irwiy: Marr
sill? re H lum V .''nir.it New-Orlems, C.S^h.ii .
It Noi.ok nd .?. i'sim st luitin. Text?.
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I Mt I THE API'OISTMESTS.
ai Tri.?i??.irn TO nts raierss
'..i?..?..-B. II. ScirLaer, Sfiringfleld, I.e.
Ero? , -Llr II Vs. M . ,,. !_
Inter- ,1 Hrrente -Joh-? W. I .,_,, li?, tien SI
AIMTS. i f r lae Is! Matris '. ?f New Jersey.
ARMY GAZETTE.
BT mRtiairu T ? T?K Taiarsr.
aAKLY MsVitriBrn nrr
Kirat-lii.'itenaiit Nelson Bronsoti, 31 Beat men I Vt-teran
Bestvre Corps.
Ml$CELLANE'?t-R.
Lesve ofibMTirr far twenty lsya ha. beeil gise'el BtsVet Msior C.
vs. lu ?oin, At?i.lsO'Ut..|rtemiaa'.r I.,. nie-tri.
Appujjini?.
Br??et M?J?r U.ner?' .1 li Klddoo ( ti, of the 4Zi NS-?-V'jrk In
ttnttj. Va'etsn Ueserte C'oipe.
.VII'!' QAMETTE.
BT TBUHlBJsra TO THE TBIBBBB.
BMBoAMmMm.
tVe-i. W-A'-tinif Tallai?! Lieut..f.'.imt.'jandi-r EIWH-II
I?e?.ens frot ;: r oia.iisi.i! o! the ?ti/? ?hip Pnrteyor and ?rsn'o.1
le ive of .harn r. \ ? g? ilnateei Lieut A. W. klnliLnu. fimi. c e
store ?I. jp P .t oyat ard granted le?ve of sheene?. A.tiug M .?.? r
R???ne ?ii.imiO. M ?sxsuholt. Clisrls? F/lVeteoi
?t?-??l ?: ?r.?kA. Hull. . ault A? tim Assistant ? ,:
leon 11 ' ra] . wait'tig orden
fay oit l .-. ii .1 I..:.-,, ., v,r). me si re-sbip Oswald t
fcarttafef kii r?lief Psymuter Tnttle, sid ordersd toiujusatt.?
duties of NaT?. -
tMs-__B
Oct. IT -ActlugTU/d Aiuaiiut Eugn.iei JosepL P Mlcklev. to t.?
Iteaasei Rl'tti
B?__G5__>.
?Oct. IX-Mate Oeorga II. Urosv-nor of the stesmer Memphis.
TRE NATIONAL I IS AS t I ?.
wt TBLBea-rB re raa TSIBDVB.
V-M-HMi ?i.iturday, Oct. 30, UM.
IaUmal Reven - l"*?r tho past week*
ih-l 1 - ? |04H ?X?!?-: .
r2 14 J ut.il, H?>?l -
noe July 1 tu da!? I
Era" |ma? weeW. |MI ?/?O amount
BhiMed to Asalatairt 1 K-iisiii-r ni Oe? Y??lk |-.si (<?) . N
Bank? _.,. VU vi-, lol ?I Rll.l/n uBV.ni.t .l.-itii.T-i! fK? W?..
t*'s?h N'ationol Hunk Nut. a.
kem ?V Coins, |__U, 3e. fJuiiii |t'.', t?.t ii
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lit? | i ?>' ?ii
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ff chirit Pirfltt &?f?un?
MON.?*. Y. OCTOHKR ?_, IS?..
TO WIEHTI^ER*.
MmOamarWlp, Mon n tu ti g rcrs. Inventors, Reil Estate
Owners, Scltoolt, am! all olhtrt who des-tc lo reoth
m.>tor?ers in all purl ? of the country, Peilt find it lo
thrir tnleretl lo rndterfise in THF NKVV Y??RK TKIBI'.NK.
The riniiliilion of T HK TniBt'BB it Uroer than that of
any other Newspaper, and it it read by the mott enter
prising, thrifttt mud industrious flosses.
rill. __ITI')\" OF TH_ TRIBCr.'F
Mi.aday, Oct. If.Hail.. 15,905 c?>pie3.
TuoAdar. 0?t. I?*..l>*ili'.at,.*?.'.copi.??.
Tamil-j. Oct. 16.Baatt-Waaklj.. 17.000 coin?-..
Wadnatday, (Kit. l7...Dailjr .r. 45,000co-pin..
Wadaaodajr, Oct. IT...Weekly.i_-,7.r?0copie*.
Thur-daj'.'Ocl. l8 _Haily.'. 45,800OOfias.
Fridiiv, Oct. 19.Daily...?.OOO copi?n.
Friday, Oct. lu.S-mi-Weckly.. 2^WKi copies.
?. atur day. Oct. 90.Haily. *. ,2**0 OMMA.
The mooTt is Ihr precise tinmlter of copi** of THF
NF.11-YORK TRIHI NE printed and circntatt4 during
the past toeel..
PBICr, OF" A-VKRT18IK- I? THK TRIHI?*fK.
DAU.V TRIB.XR, M cents ptr line.
K-Mi-WKhKL- T_1_tlTB. -io crnls per lime.
WKF.KI-r TBIBl'bK., Sfl per It tie. each insertion. No
adt-etlttetnent inserted III the ?YBBB-V for lets than ?'<.
Addrett THE TRIBUNE,
No. IM Nastanst., New-YorL
TO ADVERTISE!?.
Wo ?rill thank our adr.rttsing custom.ra to hand ia
theil Ad?rrt> ?amrau al .? rar r an haxir a? a_wlt?l?. If recaiTad alie i
t ?'e'??- tliey cannot ha? daatined uttde-Ibair proper head?
TV On the inside poors of to-day's issue will be found
Rook Reviews; Law Intefhoemet; Police News; The
Money Marl.-!; MnrL't Reports, and otk/, Uetnt of
inttntt. ________________________
The religious ground which Mr. llcci her look la?.t
evoning iu favor of the party uiojt fittod to lead to
tin* t ml.? of ju-uice an 1 peace, ?ill notVld any to his
g XHI rrti tin amoug gospellers who defend slavery, or
Democrat?! who appro co the impum-hed enmt* of New -
Orloaui, but it is a Rennen,nevertheless,worth re.uliii?.
' Jtid?" l.trhour. d'" '.?i"!! Hf_rtl--g UM Flealth law,
in the Supi-mir (.'curt. M .?vittiriliiy, may be taken M
a loiiical ui ilti-r-oi- .i-~". bul is no1 tim less notice?
able. The JoAft d '? ; ?"* th.it the Ilonrd is a kind of
court ia itM-ll, and th it [ti judgment as to what is a
uni-ince ati-l injury t" the public hcil'li must be
considered filial, or M1* to be ..viewel bj certiorttn,
lik. all divi.ioii. of inferior courts.
For tho firnt finie, Pt publish this morning a letter
froiii New-Zealand, reieiyed hy way of I'anama, be?
tween which place ?ititi tim port of Wellington tin-re
i*? now a r-i-ular in >utli!y connor nu alum by ?team.
The new Pacific line of steamer? is an important en
turpri.-?, ?nd at trade between this country and Au. .
trulft-ia increase-, its advantages to Americans will
become more and mort tensility appreciated.
Adrices from the vat ol war in Paraguay re-mrl
severe lighting before lim _\_rar*?i?ynii ?orlree.s of Cu
rupaity ou the 1st o? .September and the follow io **
days. The Allies' force?, after a de?pera!e battle,
took ?11111(1 of the Paraguayas intrenchmeuts, but the
Paraguayans withiln-w m good onier, aMOaa. Piont
of Uruguay, who knows the Par_g'.iityuii-? and the.r
country bettor than any of the general ofllcers in the
All! ii anna-, is not .-.aug-ino as to the progies* of Hi"
Ailie?. _
The .too.int of rc.idv naturalization winch a I?::. . ?
eratic judge can c?.i-iumuiale iu a giren time is su?
ceptihlo of accurate caltu_-tio_. 'Rus, Judge (.'a.*
dom, author of the n-ady-ruado iaoi-iOB in favor ..l
unlicensed rum-??'lling. can naturalize 1.1 nun in li .
minute?-, according to act .lal coinpataliuu. Oernivn
ara a trine more trouhlesomo to n.-it ural: ia iu thi.?
brisk, business-like way; bat on dumb subjects we
I have no doubt that other judges could C'|nal ('ardno.
I Il n ?K-J- s? baptizing with the IM.ti If, Bl making a
j decision to ?mt the titule in naturalisations.
W .itgouicry Blair declines nomination iu the filth
Oistrict of Maryland, for a reason alni., -t t??<. obvious
to state-he could not I?- elected. IT every one of lu.?
chosen e<.n.?tituunts could be pardoned h ve ti nie? our
and endowed with a pont-of-oe, Mime doubt would
remain whether the} would not luther vote for a
Kelii-1 of the Harri- ipaBiCB. Mr. Illuir paid tba bigh
oat price for his nomination, and i? n. I? mic to tim
pride o! having linne ;ii: IflBBBBsB-l hat of retrogm-le
i for no reward ut a!). Bal ii Ulan cannot l.t-eln-d
? bia withdrau al proves lui? dutrruiiuatioii no l,'_i;<>u;_t
| shall. He ha?, therefore, made entiie .?.'irrender of Ins
good-will to the Harris candidate, Mr. Fn
. Stone. _
The benevolent millionaire, Mr. l'c.il.ody, ?u!.l to
his princely gifts to the world's poor :?nd to w-ieiii-e
the sum of ?iri?',!?.!!! t.. Vale Coll.-..-. alti-r ha
dowed Harvartl with ei?na! mmptoTOt?tf. .Mr. I
body's beiiohictioiis have, been UMI freijtieiit und Brid?.
spread to in.ik. conn* ol' their fill Bxtaotl hut DO mau
living ha? given Mill, a wealth Bon iiol.h .
and with an inteluc-iie-e ami huiin.i .ty so in ;
Tho bounties of l'i i li. id.'in Loadfla Mblatfi
in New-York, nBWB-Sd Bl the lut'. ; hi bal I I
onkTttgpt charitable wealth, ibow thal wa an
nately living when it Mt_M to be inure than ever (lie
I luxury of rich !!ic;i t i do good w?)ik-. i
i should be I'atliionu't.li-.
Tbo Man!,nid folie? CotDlBiMiOBeri have ;?
toaniiwert: I of GOT.-HraOO? for the rea
Kim that he may contemplate their _rre_t la otta to
put his ereaturea in their places. Put the} Luve del?
egated their BOOB-d IO unswer .'.ny ohaifM that bo
may bring, and to rejircsent their .ffilUnfimi to aj>
pear befor? a proper tdbOML Mcmwhil'-, tt^AJL 10?
nittiti in theil loyal defgrn-fc? at llaltunore, guaractl, .f
need he, hy the .Mayor and the L'l.ion eiti.. n?.
Swann'i inii-iview with the President il reported u
uiisatisl-ctory to the pOlpOBI of defealing the BBfW
try, and wo therefore hope that all dangt-r oft!..
tition of the bloody blunder of Ne -Orleans is at an
end.
It may bo a sign of import in city polines that a
Democratic Association in the First "Ward ha. repu?
diated Tammany und adopted (_.?. Feiifun oWmi tho
gentleman named for Congre**)) by the Pepuhlican.
of the IVthd)i-tri(', BB it?' candidate.. At all event?,
tho organiz<'d mi-chief of Tammany has been many
times more pop i lar than it is now; for Tin Htro Id,
which ought to Know -omething of our political (keil?
li I., thinks that "the I M 'ess ti Ilollii.aji is the only
thing that could temporarily impart galvanic motion
roRembling life to the corpse of Tummnny. Every
eiti.en, therefore, who desire* to see Tammany linaily
disposed of, the Corporation King broken up, corrupt
officials removed, bud honest and economical govern?
ment restored, ?honld settle the matt-r in November."
The agitation for Parliamentary Keforaa-in other
words, for impartial tulTrage--is rapidly spreading in
longland, and a.uuming un a-.put calculated to
awaken serious alarm among the Tory monopolists
of political power. Their representative, in the Pre.?s
are already feeling the pressure of public opinion, and
adopting a moro moderate tone than has hitl.? rtu
marked their discussion of tho subject. Tbey arc
learning to speak ropeetlnlly of the working classes,
and actually to ttdniit that the masses have some
political light.? to bo lespocted. This is a point
gained} but evuh ntly th? battle has but just begun.
It is cheoiirig to t.a'e the .spirit in wini li Uu? light ^
waged by the l?vf. tai. ..?. Bright Bad his eonljutors
L-rlho lealci- ol' ^e M?mmm\WmT7?yn e v i?''*ii.1.. iu
panii'itt, find ?so uro the people. The t?wdl ?li-inom
stratinn, of which we piiM.-sh it brief no ?ant this
moraine, nutt iaipaalag dwMnMlhttion, Wagfto
AU aaftnal from Bright*, -???'icli on ti
w'.'i-'i thom UM'. UM Knglieh Refonnara EN! Hut
-.'? BgM B| in tatt MMM BUM With 1 . ; irty iu
? itUrj ii'h'i m ?Wamiahig aqtul righi rot ?li.
TI... f-ill tiffi'iil raia t?t evory co linly of Penm; I
Tftniacus'opt Pik??, baabeon reocirm!, nml u (iritinf, to
it, the majority k1 (I >v. QMIJ will li?. 17,7c. X1
willowen, ?liiclitlj- srliiT??i-i hem the co nt et iho
DMM iTCtk politic-bus in Now-York and I .'.ibilelphb,
who for WfMVi Itfl -Hat tin election p ?: ?i-.tO'l in
c -tun-ting the Republic m majority at r?,??otl. Tho
titlil-i ,?f e?tiinate'l iiiBjoriliits puhlinhed in 'I nu Turn
UNK on the morning altor the ?lction, fi?.?ssl the ma?
jority of (?Ttiiiry at 17,??(?O, thus -a??j>: n Mag it inuji
be a-uiilti'-i voiy near iho truth. In Ohio, the
I? ?in i Tittie newspapers are ?till talking of i:.-?jssr?tJO-I.
Tin South American Baptbhi ? MMi It I'" Wtk-Bg
up. Spain'.? M katoa attack? upon their in lependence
he? tBrntmi them to a di-spiay of tmetgj win h the
worlsl hai'sll;,' BBNB them cr ??li* fer pOMMth-g It.h
Also dn?wiii,i ?hem more c'oM'ly tOgetbor. The !?_-?
m??n danger wi'li which they aro ts_mJWt.il MUM!
(bom fi-ol that Ihey hare a common can se, end tint
to bo pro.ipcrotH and powctful tiny mus? ce >, ente ' <
promote those objaota in a !n !> Ibcf _.**. ? UBBBOB
i uto ?eat. Republicanism u eminently fraternal, and
we rejoice I? lind ths' hpiiil el brother- ?od alive and
operative among the South PeeM BN i'>-* * be Berns
fruin that quartet we publisii Ulis morn nig. thoagh
brief, is t Inering.
The executive t'ouiii'if "i'!'?. ?' ,!" ''' BtBB 'fN.?w
Jersey have begun throe Mitti t*f in t!ie S IpfMM
Court of that Stattfand oin? in tint ('iivuit Oo ".' ofthe
Uniicd Slate?, to feel wlu-tlnr a black min has a
ligM I?? Ihofraiuln.?!', and (??tit -n?! that -uiy Bl -its? ?lis
franchising its citi-i'iis on account .>! .-olor . i? in that
respect anti-republican and in violation of UM Cun
atitution of the Unitosl BUtff, which |U?ra?l
repulilican form of govi'-niiii'ii* ' ? evi-ry Btol ." The
colored men have tin'?? taken ti- wiMStaadl ?
means to ereot their rime tirin!'.' bl tbo |
and conscience; au I ??. b?'!i?vo t'i . m ?vi-.n .. ? i- t;?'ti -
eral among the ino?'? indi' nt, il c ?Ion 1 tu i
country to bring tit . MbjM I bl theil 1
t!te tc-t of a legal M well a? in m i! agitai.. .:.
Tito; ni.i i\ unit) i.AND
The danger of aila-h of aun? ni Mary la bl ia, Be
tru.t, much ringgerati'd. At all ?vent . ? ?
our friend? in ?Mtimoro to koop rigidl*
letter of the lu or. The law will vindi s
due aranon; t_i.il a tri.?iii by freu I or viol-ne wil!
prove no tiiuitisV.1 til ni'. Mcminn-, 1-I I -
bland clearly ?_M mutti r III _Mts
TAr Si-mitin Mercury ini|iii I -'lilly ?I
Th-- \ni.- s . |ir<i|?l" lia-. .. tv-<n ? Vie ! ?,^> . . ?
late ree t h . |r-i, I-I.I.I.| i. i ? ?of i i la
v. ?. ti li <>t., a in.!-|r.:it,, ii i"ii'ii rests I - Ida
Ml- sla vaa Botarte-i foi m? i and | inila OB
Hie bsll.it bax. Ike ?
t! i- petal nf tlir- li - mu-1 " .. til Ike
f enfile ol Atti, i/toit'f ti Inca Minti. t,?>-r ? rmjti BOI iii ?rsl J.I--.1
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?./ IA IMBI ... I nie. :l the ! ,.-? I?. ....' ?' Il r inn I
U- jil-' BBSS ' ???I I ?ra I M I'ruanli'ii! .I_i Uli*
Kteas t?( lutariH-m it. ?i ' ?rit-tit?' Iii- entir?- 1>
pi,Minali pail.? as Irsror? fur Bffieaiaf Ins a Im:
-It is ne?o..u.i thai KUI II lill linou- caluniii ?MO* Che
doa.l ami the living-and the wh??le < .?i-t? h? i?l ??r.??s
nour rrek>s ai'li them-mmmiA bo <|Ksettii_llv, (?.. ? I
sivel) mel. 'linn atilli'ire an-tlelilM-rai?', wiilKill n?.
Ihey kii(iT\ that ' questioning nome of the illegal out?
's! tin- I.niU'lii it'liiiiin.': . ! n?- ?.. r
was, ngnumd of dial ian ?ut ureph t'y teifJk
nrtnei trnatttn it. He e ia ih- UM proaeot
lal t'li "' Mu ? !.. .
trying to ?ubrett:
is l-l ? lill I. ,. ,' , , I
It. lu li?- I inl-il Ml .:
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( ?infi-.li-iate Klale. ?H V :i.
eril -i iii I'll 'In. Ml il nul |
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j,? ryaM nf nV sstaf loaaM Mtet ?
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Uaas eiiKsi-i ?I m arn
?te. r.tbei by
taintiiii.iiin^ n.
ana Binn within Ike hiies ?j ?imh eaemMa loaev or gamin, or
leilira UT lllfiirill-itl'Hl ..! ?la lui? lltsl .TSl!? '-.It illulia 1
li-.II ? lill I?
HIT i? i .us tn rut
I anr ja-i ?ni t?i rut? i i: ie raid e?ir ? . - I,I ani -I
ill ?ni lu >.: t t nt M bu II .
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ill SllT
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serrlee af I h?-1 mi'il Mate? "i,,|
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."s. Am! :'..*? BOOlben o: tbl <
i ele.-tt ?I tO Its- luit! d ii
I . ?'..u.titii'ioii, | i.-r'l.rt.v, ol Slut,
iii r:i!iil.i-i MB) K-Mell BS? Hi '
i rried theil
niice to th" ?.nilli, lind Wl - .' n
b?iog hoH thfoagh two 4-ji (?Out Itih, 13th, It* i I
tie vote tUosUngi Tur ii.?- m w CoMtitottoo, 9tl.li I)
Actnntt .t, 9,799) .Miij.?n:y !'.,r if, 3*5.
They now ippetM to li." OOTt n..r n??t tO ? r??
( l.i.iii the Constitution adopted, ItectBM ti
by which it MUS ruliiml wil BMdi .i- j
?iier? rotisg in the ?ehi; hut (?,,v. Bradford ort ral?
thiri cuvil. Tl.ey theil m.'itle tt , n?e , mid t?.. K tim
question up to the Court of Appeal?, and were t bete
he I'I n-Juntice llouin proiionnt ing th? eel "ii 0.
the Court aihtr??: !?> tl.cir deimuid. Tin- new ('insti?
tu? mu tb?reiipon Viaiiio the | 11| l.-ln d MgM I liw
ol the Hutt?.
All Huit the loy ni m?-n of Mun lund u k or m . i
thal>UM Constitution in.- notv rttgootO- uud ehefeiL
The Copperhead?, ou the orlu r hmnl, m d? lermined
lu evinle or defy it, uud th'..? carry the S'ntc l?y li? M
nml Kelrfl-sjmpathizing rotef. "PMeMhlj Bffli
tali; Amihly ii f| uiiibt,'- in thtif motto. ACs'pii'i
bead di.?|if?ti'b of Saturtluy __ghl HUJH
? 'lill l'.ll li. '
H? a I. . 1.11 la 1? 'in I ni li,, II ", li | hi |',,1". I ,,",,,.,. ,- III.ti
. t.'iejmlr"? "i ?-I-''.m rhertutln? i nt ??. ?.r h .? beea
lalwil I'.v tl.e i-Jtr'-uis- 1 M! -.. I . l!. ' i
Kars it.? ?mt "< tut that n
-fire ni? 1 Ito aaaiu. lu .ni.mu ti
ti|.?.ii ti??- linn min? reiii.t, on Ifonilu] 'in- Uaym anti . '?>
aut-prtliesareband-ia-haad ?uh m 'ao-sla
.?? .li. i ii 'I, m eui on iii . it A-I-) i a'a a,"I.-II, (/,,," .
- " The Southern ?lt_MBtN has not been ro min
?.ant iu H-iltiuiore riMI Hen. llutlei ilr-t BtBt?ei In r
lunn the BODtrol of the I.M 11., after their ina-i?iiira of
thi _C_MM_n_Mttl men ?IIAJI.II. |?i',|. 'J'n m 1.? i \ m
high places has given it H meit-nVliitioii; but -t has
much yet to do and dare before it lins Min.? hind NM
.11 it? ilutihcn. I.et the lnv,il wait mid wal? ii.
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Whan it wai pwpaatJ m CoogiaM la met Wfatfai ti
i- ni to pvnhaaa Hour and aan to bend la tka M
poor "1 In lam?. Mr. Andrew JohaMB objitcti'd, a? lia
rio-i-object ?i la aid tin; lm ni nun of the South-in
Ceeemmmmsm] gnnda. Kajai litiiinmn, whaa te*
I'-ii ?1 to t ike part with tho Irnh m ' , : I | I
vf DriUib ??utjtjlitf. jin?li?, J?i' tylliug bin om? lUOftfl
to "be. gono'" N-fthar of thoan f_ct? will bo de?
nied, ami it ia impartant to observe that
neither of t? n maBttooei a .? Radi i!s. If
: ire <>. ia* Boaonat whatever, and if the i i ti
Boto U nee- .iiy to I ? II'll'man I" Mr. .lohnsoti?
aaron toge, li bmen luve g a I
m ait balbra (bod?j of .?'?" '.ion. Wc ara not mend:
' v.-? H nr.y m^n's v..' . ' ' ?'* aro not ccrt-in
thal HoiTman, T-tmm iny an! the -afogara I
lona on that point.
POLICY-Mf'TTEKINQS.
Y.'.* print the now.? n...:i W_.?li:ng"oii with BftUlO d?;
gi. o..f raloetaaoa. It ia o? to haportaat a Baton
that we Hliould liku to have oft'n'ial ansuranco of it*
tru'li. Fail'iig in that, as otlicial a_mrance4 only
OhflM f.mii Washington in a whimnliai aud sellirfh
aaj, we take it from Ihoot we are a?'ou-stomed to
ttu.st HII'I give it tot wluit it i? worth. Tho whole
Hfhcmo ol attempting to bully Kngland into payment
of a debt, tho validity of which she doe*) uot adaiit, is
fa!.?i-and irniiii-re. 'Iii" IVcuidoiit ha* no more idea
of going to war with F.uglaud than ho ha? of making
war upon Nc.v-Z -uland. Ho lins no idea of enforcing
bia il'-m-ii ?I?. B ii he known that, in th.? ahnet) re of
any poaitiri MataBB-BB-bip, it in perfectly aafo t.? bully
Kngland. It ia the ? he.ipe.4t and iiio.-al popular act
that any Prc-ident can try, ii always in ord'", Itod
geii.-in!!;- MU ve i in lain. Tim mi.?! ?rtune ifl that it iri
BatTBijmp?filalila. Whenan Alo-h?Btration han
nothing left bul uienaee, it b-com .. diareputa Mo aud
M | ik.
The .ilory about the Fidii.h claim- is of thi name
niture. Mr. laWBTd, ?Mr. John-ion, auJ Otin. Ornat,
ta?-Bgarai bbiioaaaflMn, am of no _mv BOMB?
quince thha iny tiiln-r tur.ie gentium.>n oaaraiBiag "ti
Hitit subject. Tli'j- baw "" power to pay tti" Fr.n.h
elai'iii?, nor lo accept any territory fruin Movid?.
Thal is til?, duty of (Jungte-..?. At the rame tim,?, tbo
P I ut tuny ni.iku it a '-polii-y," ami outrvi the
na-." iry and hoodie?*. Wo certainly do not waul any
M-o'in Uni. ,-Vi) ban Mong-..to N0, without
aiding to our pi??i-w>.-i.ii?iiia. Nor do wo caro alnuit
pi.m4 Krui, h oltsw-Bwi- 'li w cannot verify, Bad tho
' . of which tho J . i:-"'t 1 ''?iimcnt ha.? al-viya
! pal . I. TTO h ira tv tPM* MB of our own, ..
o! I fal .. irrita*'!!!1, inflate I ru.r.-a-y t. mu..--,
aithoat borrow lag nwoaj to briba ftan ?..
Tin? now policy-if policy it ?t'.i?y n -:? . bad at
aiirtliirtir that Mr, iohooop bpg i BM. Bo might bart
. ' ? a! \.|| .; ! 'UW I'.j li -a' || | I"?,;. ,?
'li ? l'i-ll. lil tr a'll.l..?. Bal id i:i "pp'itl'lllity |a r Hil
i!."!i-l t' Buglaud t.- ' ii . .? '.!. .?t. persistently
pre.?i*| tip .ii ti? i'uring the war. Ile might Bl
havo shown som. rupeet for the r;ght.? of hi.? Ar
fellow?) -it./ -ut, if n..1 fur Ihe fen!.uga of a Inure body
oi' tin-in. This woola bara baaa tha trao wa;,' to bara
1 'f ?Jabaaaa tia.ni?, laataad,boararar,ha
.?..ut hi? -Uti oth ?T; d. tin' border, hurra'.I ol'
troops, iiii-t-tl Am Tu-m (-?tuena, -fixed the tele
graph wiri'4, and ntl? I private c_prt - - 1 ir?, to plea?.?
1 ,.uid. r."iid.-iit .Ii.lins.n .howed tho real boat of
In? uiiiiil tlien, and Ins trinkt uorv uri- ton tran.-.paient
and fillan, und in- ..-..:: n?*, too mich in ?un'I by
politn ti d? -:/n, t?> % MOBpM in goiwl faith. Tho
Administration must do better in the "policy " b?-.
nein. TI.?'?- ?ptMigei-m-t- catch woodcock*, but will
nut carry New-York.
I TMECANADIAN PBE8S AND lui: TiMESOB
III! Al. ARAM A CLAIMS.
The Cat iidiiiii? ira e. .l.-iitly pa./.eil at the eo'irso
reeentlv ad ..jit ed by Tl.t London Titnet loira: d tim
I tiit.al ft lie?, tPMPX a'';. B Ik reference to the ciaun.4
id Amen ant upon Hie Ilr.' ?h (lo.e.'.nnuit in cou
?1 Milt tho ' ' . of the pirate ?hip Ala?
bama. Tln-y ?"em not to know what to make of the
; dianr1* whu'li hi, 0OBM over tho leading orr ? al
ii opinion in its ui .ment? mi A mern nu I
I and em" of th.-'.' j"1', n ill g" so far 1? t? ?-l.ai'j-e the
' ?it .-r <?f the I ..?i. a;i pii'iMwith "tun. kling"
; to the Tinted Htat.'?. I lie 1 oinlif tor.? of t ht ?c uc v. PI .
paper., :u the pitiful eui.1 ty they Btfll mai.ife?t
to? ard our Uovi-riitiinit and people, appear
to be ?iii!i!*iiant at the idea that they should
be su in. .iiitineiilly iii- ...?i-l II- their powerful
mil hitherto fast and valued ally.
.. are hound t.. admit that at iii" l-M blush
.?? H.-t-m a iiar.I one, provocative of cuiii
':. ..!' Tl.. ttmet they have
??'?t more thiii hull' tln-ir stork in trade. Wini. The
Times i-'tiifina-'.l il'liant in a grand ni;.', tln-y muid
Im safely boa?tful in a % it The Times
! 1..inly ?m..! ti..' .'lia- In 4 u- 'i.iu. they
.illa.d t" r: lit-'ii?* tin- idea ??f i ?nill?
ing la Boah oonpo IMHB. Hut
at li... Mt? mu?- M ?.I thi ?racle have cha:
tooee 1.1 appa I poHbiaagira np
iheir liMle hliitwui antafouism. Thoj will bave nu
; iit.w of uny r.-pe. tabi?iy to keep them in
.
II ii: ?>. - ]
. ' ? >? -ij-tr.-'! jotim-ili-st* a little 1 in<
.?.I iti?.ii in th.tr ' ' ;.n?t, we incline to the
t.piniiui that abai Mi- patata Will IHM-a
- . lb .-( upon tlii.r irritatt.'tl n.
I atti ?.. " , . 1 " Tuii't
?vi'h : ' .. Abi'irtimi hi -iii'-.?; by v.lii.h -,\ c
. Ith-i'igii J iclil Dg to the foroo of .
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j what thej van
/ / thoroughly
trilM Of < It kuu-.v- when to
i 1 whoa t"
ll.iltt r und ?irnl--- lo honor, it knows t\in.
u igU to ? ml ni. I
W :h ra| .:. tho ,M I?
i'B'na !.. . ! bal MM n.a.n',
srbich dktat-d it 1 B pataat aad pa)?abk?
I '... .11} UKI) H Iel'! !:. I lal thi
j of Great Brita a beoomin* involved in
Hi.r, mu? u'lu- rapriaali vhtoh waald m that coso txo
ui.n'.i- moa BriUtjh ctunacarua. ?'A* 7'im?s -baaki it
. 1 ? ml fruin tln> -av..-lit ?'at- ..f pflftkl in
thi. COUntlJ. The CliganciM of party warfare," it
1 tho rWoffB j.t'?t.;.
I i *' 1 Sia'ti. They Mre ju?t now [a r'al.itrly urj-ent;
! In- hieh vote w.ll proLal ly tarn the Aut uinn .loo
a-.il Uti IAM liiotiv'et which baaa uppareniy
h d Mr. Seward to wink at tho trum-port ol' warlike
.tores to Meneo may po.-Mbly tempt, and nluio?t IBTOO
hifn on MM intu?, ot.ii.-:?.n to ?uvve (ho dor
iiiaut Alitbiuiia claim.." Oh! that "Irish voto!'' Thin
ii ullin, iii' r-hou ?.iiiilie-'. It id c_-,er to pay tho Ala?
bama ,'hiitiie than to tit' j utico to Inland. It in uni
Mun tiny consideration ari.?iiig out of the fuinuMI ti
i-lainiH that has moved Tit 'li.mt in thi? tbo
mutter; it is npprch?'U?i< n. ratl.i r, ol' the po? 1II1
um iipitiucs to Killumi ol' a political exigency in
America, runilcrin-* it BOOtamy for tho (joven,meut
ta i'oii.ulinle tha Iri.-h ileiniiit. We do not quarrel
?ith The Tiuieiiot u.*iiif- that di?? reliou whuh, by
popular verdict, ?K prono meed " the better part ol'
\nlor," an?l we ?hall rejoice to nee the Alabama baot?
in munaldy ?i-ttled, as wo hope ?t will be; bat ut
jl.t- Miine tune, fur the ..pccial consolation ol' tho anti*
Ancriean jioitiou of the ('.uiadiau ?'re-?, wo feel
lound to declare our honest lentiinents on this snb*
ject. Let our brethren of Canada be comforted: at
haart, the old god of their ?i.olairy i.? ?till willi t.'iem
|| the r jealousy of the Tinted State.?, and their dis?
like of our institution.?
The card of explanation from the Ciiinin-iniuer? of
the Cru'on Ai|Ui ila t Iiepartineiit, which wdl be found
pTk\ takes up, sirniiim, tl.u Ot^OOt-BM upon
which C'outrollcr llrenuiin Inn seen lit to suspend
nearly all the m.-ie-s.uy labOfl ol'thi? Hoard, by rel'u-i
ini* to hi pre-ii:t at the opmiiiig of bid-i for 1 nntract
-.1.1.1?, .. ? i.-1 .i. _ bf Uv, Tim Hoard show clearly in
th.-ii 1 uid, Iii it .the QaalraDaiil llkgod reasoust.r
hi. IMJaMt mi luty. at rathol l)f|PBl to yorl'.ruvit. tiru
wholly groundles? and untenaMo; but Uu?> e_toutd
bave g ?ne a step further, if desiro'is of making thi?.Pl,!''
Ii? understand what aro the real reasons for Mr. ./*?
T. li .:m.1:1'? conduct, by which hcor.a aud huudnol?
of worth/ m .- ii laboren aro kepi out of em
- '?. or vainly wafting for money trhioh Iii?'/
Live, fuirly earnciL The true eau? briefly is, that
the Croton IJ.ard will not allow Controller Brou
n iii and hi.? c ?nfedrratos of-tho Tammany " Hing" to
tilpanee the patronage of thin Hopat-ment-will not
lii'i.v li. ni tot reato and fill ?sinecure In.?p.et'?n?hip.
with ward bullies and grog-shop politicians,
d"vote 1 to the reelection, at all hasarda, next
I?, ember, of _f. T. Brennan, and to his elect lou of
th.; Albany State tioket in November, provided that
doing 60 may be ruado conducive to the main end of
retaining Mr. Brennan as Controller.
Who ever hoard the Controller protest against
tho fraudulent contracta of the ..troet or City In?
spector- Department for work . never done, and
never intended to be done f Who ever heard any
objection on hi.?, part to ptying the Balarie? of aine
oure or othor office-holder?? who had been ap?
pointed or wore working in tin interest ot the
Tammany "Ringi" The Croton Department
and the Central Park aro the mint creditable of
our public works; and the mere fact that Alfred
W. Craven ia Engineer in charge of tbe former
?Ins'ilil lie more than a suffis iotit reply to the malig
laol insinuations of onr suddenly economical Con?
troller. The true crime, and the only cr.ino, of the
i!io Orotei Board ia, that it will not let ile patronage
hr- u.i.'d toward strengthening the Tammany candi?
dat" for Controller in the Bed Charter election-an
?.?.lie so much more important to the "Ring" than tho
State contest, that the .State Ticket only seems to be
of any coii.netjuouce as a means for promising to secure
Hatlhea T. Breaaao'i inoceee the tuantii following.
S ERR ASK A.
TI. I ret i -nt election in Nebraska tunis out to be
Mafc more favorable to the Republicans than the
iir-tt _hpatttl.fi indu ati'd. Thoy have made decid'1.
g una over the June elc-'tiou in almost every county,
and, while in Juno the K'.?publi.an i-indi Jato for
(?overnor had only l-l- majority, the^ Republican
i.i ijoritie at the r?'."?-at rial I km ? ill ?-.reed Ti?'. The
foHovsioj table ezhlbiti the mejoritiee at the lucent
?.I?-, t.ui, with the toll rote eeal in femti
0 ' I alt'i. J ?in- I MOO.
?r? to ?o??a'r?si. Uovvrnar.
Marisi-'t'i Unn ,n Ballar, Murtoa,
I rintiei. Ri-p. ll.-ss. Itap. ???ni.
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RAILROAD DEMOf RACY.
Mr. Janie? 1 ::??:i is out vith a treatise cm tha
i mulei t ion bet ween the ie.ders of the Sbam Deruoe
re nallfilivav "Map," It i? a documeut which
w i
every voter ought to see.
A railway runs out of Chicago called the Chicago
and North-Went ern, of which Mr. ?Samuel J. Tilden,
Chairman of our Democratic State Central Commit *ec,
i. the controlling -pint.
It ha? rai?ed ii? rale* of transportation on the farm?
er? ttlouir the lino from .*>?' to M per tent., on the
lan al e.i.iiuig a fair rellim on its i apila!. But Mr.
Parton und? ?-takes to prove that Tiideu's " Ring" has
ailils-1 twenty million?, of certificate capital which has
? in fact, and that to tax tho farmers to pay
divide-sil? on that is simply absurd.
Mr. PhsTtOO intimates that there are several millions
ol' "margin." appropriated hy the " King," and that
snnio of tho money goes ts? pay McClellau _ eip.us-S
around ll'irope; and also, that money in large ?stma
can ho rabel by tho " Kiug" to carry electioni?.
VV,. ml,IM the Western farmers to look into this
isuliject. ?ind *eu whet bur thoy will uot ?u(ler more i
tho I?. " Kings" gaiu the elections this
Fal!.
QlOMI P. STI'.INBIIKXNKB waa on SaturJay cven
?H_ iiiiiniii " i-!y : 'iitiiiiiind by the Republican
I'nioiiH-:? tot Oeeeywm ?'"iii the \ Ilth I>i?trii_t, oom
prism, the Xlfh an?l XVIIth Wards ot o ir City. Mr.
.'?iin.r waa the Coliaotar 'et latarail lievenue
for that DUtriothatt] holellttvii-'timtu "My Policy."
M" m U li ' Bant Oflfcar, ami is very popuhr, c?
fl in birth or de a-ent, l>y
whom ho is eat- is;;:? ?cully ?uupm'tcd. Ho will poll
n r< ry l.iriro vote on per.~oii.il groiiuds, and wu have
.ni. At ali events, bid voto will be
a lL'u.'iug tiibuteto hi? iiitegrity tv id personal wortl.
T'e-i - .. of (lorernor a\. C dibbs of Or>',v'?-sn, Se
[ITITI d "ii the lim 11'. eemee to M la compuny with the
ina?f?ra] or l_e 8?r?raor--?ei t, (Jrursf?" !.. Wvod*, who,
nftern.ji'i tagia the s.\i-rth:OT O? Shivery ami th?> yCf
n ?i?, isl'st'iriee of "Stile BigMe," pledgee hinmlt'to tho
1 Ami mlii.tnt pfbposed hy t'onpre??-. I
Daieegi ?fthe Indian? as miu", and reports
tii.it ort! f'vj.co? bora been p rid la tbe MM two year? for
thoBujii'isit o? .i Male A-Uiiin f??r the le-wey about keeeg
? on | li U ii. The l.i.mi cr ol' s. I.i ols ?u tLc State is i-t.1- a
itiuis ni -rarlv lou ii. two yt-uin-ttiih an ?trennte a'
? ni II 111. Iii!ii"i'rtt!??ii. ?he (?nveriior think?,
': ni?? detj to i''.'1! forwn d ii.ili-p--'.< ible r.nlroiid en.
I - li. '? $I?>,>111 in hand, with no
siaMa s?r hahilities agaiail tha -tate except nidie-i bouds,
dut ci(rht year? leen e.
THE CHOTOS Aq?ED?Ct HAR.
Ill* UPS H'H I'lOt'iSlI.S NOT YET ?PESED- THE ( OH
THOIaL_BUl.l'LI?E3Tl> ATlKNIi.
In tis- in itter ol' t!ie Qpa_-Jlf of bids ?n tho (*roton
li ,',s. iitii i t tur MUH.ii? *!". ' lii'pri'iPtti. tit? n? wi" Ii*\r !..-r.
i ? .' ? In-ill lanuda' tun iles?'. I.i??_.
.pact s?i ntiiinM m this l'un
ins- li' l.'smii: . ?i!'.'tti|si)_tlrli.? lias {?illivil batwi't-li llii?
1 ' ? ?
I Bon ? Aot IBCST l>rr.t?Tar-T niwiDA Pia? i
N?sr is.?? (i,'. Il Ut*. (
M. T HS?!INIV ?ii. < tatrollrr. B.- -??ia taa sr?? rataaethll;
ii.-.nrjiatttnmtten papa?-efnmtnt,tt M-i IN .-?-rtatn ?trr??t ir
I'f ?n, ra'? "t lu,. ? Bet ?'ila in . i ? fsturiluy MU is.t., ai pvr
sdjournnssril on 'iuaiilaj int. Vrrj mi?, tf illy, for Iii? (raton
I?. i-J i-l ll.iar I, ?.V l>?irur. ( aotrictCIirk.
In lb?al ?'??. t! ? ?'outrt'ller nut the foUowlnc n-ply.
(>. TOBsa K? 1W6.
.M?SST?. Ft la DAHSII.? " I 0 W ( atTiv-fsirro? Koisn i
??ISTLSSSS I uiissi ?Ir !inv to ?tt*!i?t th? iisartini o' vour Ho?rd for
?. n| cn. unis bliti. until ?ucb wotki liivo Vi-?ii i??i>?ti?d
is mr !'. r tiir p il'la .I..1 nii'l UM ' lllmtlBlHl ? Lad tbst Use I? 1'sil
llt|lllSil I? lllllltldt" till IU. It ?-?pSMtl 1 ?T. TOIIII.
Mn larw V. Hii.vMi?, ?Vontrol'.ir.
THE PRESIDENT VISITS THE CATHOLIC
* i tu SCIL.
k1 TSUOIir-B TO TBB ?. T. TIIBCSI
IU:.UM..: i. O.i I
The Premslonr, ?'".?.inpanled by his ann Kobert nud
Mayor Wallach, arrived here this uiorning to witness the
closing eereuimiies of the Catliolic I'onneil. They were
n tttei l.v tin? V.ntnir Men's Catholie SmTeiy of this ? ity.
He dined nt the Kutuw House. EU Uri i."i oeei Swann or
tiny oths-r [iri'iniiii't pollUd?-h mid tetmmi to m .tke a
speech at the dupot on *eoount of its being tho Sabbath.
PERSONAL.
The Hon Charlee taaaei wa? trjrrieJ la lioolon on
\N. ! i -. I.y 1J Mrs. Alua H H?;n?r, dmtithter of .fnnatban
Munn,.i? I , ..?'lui <?iiv. Hie atttiui .?rstnutaiitti wore
iwriurBi*^1 hr UnhDiJ la.w''?uni.
WASHINGTON.
at .?-a..nara io THE mat?.
.-, - V*?u'*'rf.,{\tti,|fr,i
Thora are important rumor, iu circulation to-dar
that .* ba-'O traced to au authority, which, if no? 2
otal, |_K?B?- ma ia sending them to you. The Ti--,
dent and C*?.>in?'-? instead of changing the dotneati?
policy of tbo Au''nni-tratioa, iu obeJieuc? to the will
of the people as erpT-s-iad is the October electio?*
an*, now Intending to .rr?, te a new and popuUr 'for.
eigu policy, to affect the Ko. ember elections. At tha
last Cabinot meeting it WM resolred to demand pay?
ment at the hand. of the British Government in fid
for all the outrage* committed by the Rebel priTatean
which were fitted out in England. Thi? ii sai. t#
bare been the decision of the Cabinet, and to carry
out thia decision instructions were sent out to Mr.
Adam? Ia ti Thursday. If England suggest* the pr?.
prioty of calling a oommissiou, our Uorerament will
not acquieece.
It H aNo stated, on the same goo.1 authoritr, that
on Wednesday hut President Johnson, (iea. Oraat
and Secretary Soward held a meeting, and It wai a?.
termined ;o recommend, as a meanurc ol'the Adujiaia.
tration, that we should pay tho Freuch claiiaa m
Mexico and receive _Texica_ territory in exclu?a)-?,
probably in the neiglfcorhood of Gdynia?, how
(Campbell will shortly depart for Mexico. Tha J uanoi
??o', eminent will be recognized, and no other. As t
hare said, I do not gfve this information as official
but as rumors coming from high authoritr aud gso'
.rally believed. The Administration hopes by thai
Change of polity to make amends with the people for
?ti disgraceful course on Reconstruction questions.
I am informed that (?en. Sherman bat maia a ata?
ond surrender to the Rebels, more disastrou? to h?
fame than bis celebrated surrender to Joe Johnttot.
We all know that the General is Coii-ervatiTe. mp,
despite Grant'a order not to interfere with politios, ha
makes his conservatism political. He has writtea ta
the President, indorsing the policy nneqit?Totally,
sustaining the Pre?ident'n course since Lee's aurraa?
der, and making no allusion to the Amendment. T__,
letter is held in reserve, and will be printed just before
the New-York election, in the hope of cain ?agorar
some half-aad-bt.lt Republican?.
The lion. J.e ?v"? D. Campbell, the Minister to Mti?
ico, arrived here today, having been telegraphed for
by the Pr?sident, lie has been cloaeted with tha
President and .Secretary Seward all the evening. H
is ?vident that the Mexican question will uoou ka
?letinituly nettled. Minister Campbell will leave bera
toon to carry into effect the new state ot affairs. Tha
holders of Mexican bond., are jtil?.laut over the state
of affair*.
Notwithstanding the petulant denial of The Preta,
in l'luladolphn, it i* very certain that Mr. Staat ?a wiH
retiro from the Cabinet, being relieved at Ins own re
que.it. Sherman will go into the \Var Offi? e. HUa
t'.n li said to have expressed a desire to go to Spa.a.
The entreaties of bin friends may induce bun tocbaaaa
hu mind, but his retirement froai the War Office it
fixed.
Gov. Swann of Maryland arrived here from A mia no
li? last Saturduy. ile is still here. Ou Nat urda/ b?
hod interviews with the President, Gen. Grant, aad
tbo Secretary of War. Swauu is endeavoring to bara
the President -iistaiu him in removing from office the
Police Commissioners of his State. Nothing defistte
is known about tho results of the interviews but ii ia
intimated that the President refused to interl.-re.|T-.
i? not certain, however, and nothing can be knows
until the time arrives. There is a good deal of axa-ita?
rn out here owing to the condition of affairs ia Balli?
more. All kinds of rumors are afloat, and thanii?t
painful unear-iness among many.
It is stated upon good authority that the Quart?r-'
niaster.s Department ha. received orders to provvlt
quarter- in this District for lt>"000 troop?. Tha ?hip
mont and sale? of commissary stores that had been ae
oumulated hare during the war, baa cea_ed bj ihreo*
tion within the past two months. ' ,
The city is quite filled with strangers. Office-ate
or i are hero iu abnudance. Several defeated ?loka
sonitea from Indiana and Ohio have just beea ap?
pointed to office, and other? are anxiously waiting.
Congre?, man Randall and other Philadelphia politi?
cian? have been here for some day?. They deviata
between Willard'* Hotel end the White !k?tij?p. Jil-*?
Pbiladi Iphiai < are ohuckling over their gain .a that
city. Randall's mission here is to bave a uew Cattai
States District-Attorney appointed in Philadelphia
Gilpin, a Radical Republican now hold* the p_-*e.
l?en. Roita_.au ia hero preparing for the stump ia tha
Went and New-York. The. Prciudent is making bat
few appointment?! in those Htatet which hare alreadj
held their election*. He is giving his whoie atteatioa
to New-York, New-Jersey, and the other ?State? ia
which elections arc to be held.
President Johnson, accompanied by his son and pri
? ateMwretary, visited Ballimore Hi.-, morn.ug. and re
turued here early in the evening. Col. Ntandiah
Harry, an Assistant United States Treasurer, died at
Newport, Iierkimer County, N'. Y., loaf evening.
Preparations are in progress for the removal next
we??- of the archive?, etc., of the State Department W?
the recently erected Washington City Orphan Asylu?
on Fourteenth-st., which has been reut-d for a tera,
of years until the new State Department building
B_au be erected on it*, pr-tent site.
A large part of the capital has already bean sub
Kribod iu this city for the esiabli-hnieut of a ne?
steamship line between W binrtoa and New-York.
The company has been chartered by the Legislatura
of New- York. There in a line prospect of an earl/
consummation ol' this plan tor ?heap and regular
tniii. porutiou of suppli?e and mercliiunl!?. to tha
District.
Committees from Norfolk and Petersburg, Va., rep
re?eutiug the producer- ana traders in cotton of Vir?
ginia and North-Carolina, have been in consultation
with the Commissioner of iutemal Revenue tbe past
Week, :iud have ??tit?ceded iu ?e.iring a inodfflcation
of the rule of the Department in relation to the pay
m-iit of tax on cotton. The pa>t regulation? have
required the payment ol' Internai Re?? ::ue tax ti
prut es of production or shipment. The -.?anHy ot
i urnncy and the genen.l poverty of the people ?a toa
?.southern f-Mtes* together with the great temtortal
extent of collection districts, have made this rt*ml?*
lion a great hard-hip. 'TLo subje? t as ? resented bj
former Committee? waa inperiVvtly ctnted, but thia
Committee, being i ompi._e_ ol' mun representing the
i api tal and business interest)- of t_.?"*e States, har?? so
i b'urly presented the case to the ('om(B??ioner_s to
secure such ohange in the regulation? u .,. provde for
payment of the tax ou ?otloa by tee consigue?, whera
the same may be shipped 1er sale. Tho CW-Wt.**?
are as follow.: ' >
Kia..- ?aMm Y c Lia-atv ?v -?Val f fl rmij.S.
Stone ill .. l-' Walk S inlk Va. ?wl I?*???. K '?*__
._?. frtWui leOil. 1'iaiik Put.-? li. C. Uo yiue, U ii? ii?"?--.
N M Tfir.Mi?r o? r.-t.-1-l.ttr?r Vi?.
The employing printers of this eity have withdrawn
tli'uf niljiita Bom their late i?n>te?t again?! the eight?
hour iy?Mrm. and thu- the typographical Society bit
.tiiiimphe.d. ' - ?... _.
Ou the 1-t ir.st. the Conimissiom r of I?.d.an A_?-ir?
invited pn.pov.ili for a very large supply of lud?an
gooda, such as blanket*, cloths, dry g<?od* and uusal
ware.. The bids wero to have been opened to-mor?
row, but at the tuggecuon of the uew Couimuaivoar
al Indian Affairs, who is to enter upon hu duties on
tho 1st of November, the advertisement "?-*-**-?
with.lrawn, for the reason that the -aontract atiouW
not be made by the retiring, but by the uicoiaing
Commissioner. ^^^^^^^^^
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.
m* -
IDAHO.
The official return for Delegate to Congress iroo
Idaho is an follows: Holbrook (Dem), .?.till,- au?*
patrick, '?,t*?3| majority for Holbrook, 719.
OHIO. . .
Official returns from all but three conn"?* ? ".
Statt an laaairaa- Taking the Cox and Morgan ??.
of these three counties, tbo Radical uiujonty UM ???
States is 43,311.
PENNSYLVANIA.
BT TB--OB-ra TO TBB T?IBr?B. .
riilTI-*i Oct. MU-Hi Eetnimt Bulleun Wt
afternoon publishes the full official vote ^*_ t*0;""1 .T
in cverv county of the Seate except Pike. lu ?.*
?ays, we have what is giren as the oflkial Bjav
It then adds: " We have exajnined aud J-jJJS
returns carefully from the Ubles printeil m thrrano?
county papers, and believe that the oflkial couni
Harrisburgh will not vary 100 from ovvbpn*-*
plwes Geary's ma>?rity in the Htate at 17.two,
total vote reaches nearly (KMi.tH-v).''
MR. PEABODYS DONATION TO fM*
COLLEGE.
Bl TtttetirH TB TBt ? ? ??'"v." _ r? ,-? (V -1 t**
. NEW HIM*-, ( onn ve\ *>? nfma
The vitit o? Mr. Otorge l-eaUnly. the ??OT^'B,
I-oudou baak^r. to New-Uavjn VM u*\.8fcu,,,/-'A ""iW
l.ft hero for Haitttnora inooffinany wiihhit nepw' ?
-lanili of Yale ( oil-go. hy A? ^??*?y T'"& C*
It is uatw-ratood th.t he bt? tunde a donation to ?t. ^
lace iiftliJiiW, for the erect ion of a -inlilm?* ? .? ^
fur _ caTiloat o? in.nanHa. fo_4tl?, and ??tiu.r ?^sjgm
Datura! hiatorr? The full part?culam of tins d'-ot
aiul'j ol Y ii.* hat? lu?? *al tu id* un.lw.

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