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BARNI'Mr. AMERICAN Ml'-Kl'M.
HAT AND EVEN1NO -THE hF.A OP ICE Mr C. ?W narko
. ad . full c-mpauy TVVU MUNDRKD THOUSAND ( I'RltlSI
IIE.V
"I.? * In TIIEATEK.
THI8 KVENINO-OIR AMERICAN 00U8IM. Mr Jo.epb
Bt-BBMB
WINTER QABDKN
THIS EsINlNO-LADY AUDLEY? 8ECKET. Mr?. D. P.
Howers _
MULOS OAKDEN
THI? rVT.BlNO-THE BLACB CROOK-Or?.- Psrialsans
MM -reap?.
_..._ _ - WALLACS'e THEATER
TMI? EVKflNd-Aliwoen. Mr Predt-itr Robin?)?, Mr. John
(li bart. Ml. Charte? Pilba.. MU? Madelin? Henrique?, Mrs larnoo.
BROADWAY THEATER _______
THIS EYBIUNO-PANCH-N, THE CRICKET. M?u MMr?
HBakaBi
NEW YORK THEATER
THIB BVEItlBO-THE PINE OLD ENUl IS H WFNTLP.MAN
-BUM TT roo ZLX. Mr?. Wai. flostetasl Mr. Muk -autis.
MEW rt.'RK CIRCUS
THIS KVEBIKO-NEW YORK C1BCU? TROUP?. Mr Bob
tosoa oak kB ialbat BOB.
GERMAN STADT THEATEB.
THfB B? EHIIBII-COBP?RAL BON JOUR-HANS JIEROF.
Mr Bo???- Dswisoa.
THEATEll PRSNCA18.
THIS EVENINO-COM1C OPEBA. Le? Diamants te la ( mt
?ass
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
THIS EYENINO-I.AD. MAC BP.TH Mu? Ad?ls_U Rlatsri.
IRVINO HALL.
THIH P.VENINO-Mr. aad Mrs Howard P.u!. PERSONATIONS
OP LIVINO CELEBRITIES
BELLY k LEONS MINSTRELS.
THIS BVENINO-KELLY B I.BON'S MINSTREL TROI'PE
Mo TW Btoe_tr?y.-DOti??INO P)R A WIPE-HANDY ANOT.
FIFTH-AYR OPKRA HOUSE.
THIS RVENINO-Bl'DWORTH- MINSTREL,-OKOROE
AND THE DRAUON
STUDIO BUILDINO.
Ort.M DAILT-W MoriKBS STATUES IN MARBLE.
DOliWORTH HALL.
THIB F.VK.N1NO-M. Harta, th? lllB?iont?t-Ti_B INDIAN ,
BASKET TRICK.
MUSEUM OP ANATOMY
OPP.N DAILY-(URIO-ITIES IN ANATOMY AND NATURAL
HftTORY-Lectarasapaa lbs Mlnteeoope.
Dn?inc?6 ?Votiert.
CLOTBIKQ,
fir tba
PALL AND WIVTBB BKABON.
I.H6B. - 186?.
RAYMOND'S
oil ??(?ussahad Bena?. No. 141, 183 sad 143 Pul?an ?t. li nsw
fc.^d with . Baw au! au perk ?lack sf ready nad?
CLOTHINO,
te whick pib?io?IUati?B li luvilad
Soil? of ?very ?lae a??-? to Bt- ?san. youth or boy-and ?ty!?? of
??cb ??nette? as lea ii the Ua'.ae of lb? oaoet MM-NB
Tb? mecteef Mu hoo??t. now tba mm* a? eva "To Ssu. CBBAP
poa osa Paioa tan ?e DBVUTIOK "
RAYMOND'S,
N?B lill. 133 sud 1*A3 PultoB it.
FIFTBBN YEARS AGO
lloert-r-raa't STOBACB Bt-rraas was ?trj({tin( loto nolle? agalnat
tbe ptriudicsM which everrtbl-s1 BOW. hewtvor sxcelteat. li d>?med
to ene luistot
TO-air
I* s'ils.!? st ths heed of ?II th? Unie ?ad atlsfetiv? pt?j.ar?liont la ?i
latence It? celebrity ba? evoked ?nauy lasitstioui but ne n.olt.
Pkysi _M prooounce it the OMIT SAPB in MP LI ST thal bat ?vat l>een
lit. ?dared lato th? ?iek cb?_?b?c Ia the HoepiUli ef the Anny ?nd
Katy, lb* ?ur|?oa* And ii ti? vary bett tonic for ooas?l??c?i?ti. nil
.?port It as invalBsbie fir ?uatal-lof the vijot of troops oo th? march,
aas remedy fat scurvy sal all scorhatle ?-??-tiona ?nd ?a the only
eaeclBc tat ?ee-eteknaas. Gallferaia sad Austrsll? btv? ertiphaiically
iodine? It u IA? Miaaa't Maatotaa yxi? enolteoe. and la Spanlab
Aatenc? ead ?H tb? troptoal ?limeta?, it le tHJosileie? UM only raUabl?
antidote te ?pidaai? levers
Thai? >? BO saretery shoal lb? BBBBM of lu BBBBBBB IIB the eely
statsaattie asA ?tterettv? in which ?ra ?-??Wined tba gikal ree,?lstte?
.f ???sid. pura, aal aavitlatal t-_?t?bl? ?tl?rinl__t, with UeAaeet
.selecttoa ef tanlc Bott biLeu?. ?all arorb.tio, ?aettsal, ?alleparsliva
-erb?, piaula reels, aad barks thst btv? ?rat baan Islet sal??- la a
asedictnal preparBtte-.
Tba Binni ha?? this lUtlacliv? qoslity. whish U Bet ?-?red. It I?
b \ ??al by ?sy lettie, tindara et eilcaet ia tbe world . tbay do net
escita the pal??, though th?y infos? a wonderful def re? of vi|nr Into
tbe arcsous?-?t?ai, aad ?tre-ft-en aad ?usuin tb? who!? pbyaicel
oct?osialioai
It U sis? proper to et?U thal the Brrraas sre ?old axclaaivaly la
(?leas sod asvnr under soy oircaoistsoce? by ths (?lion or bsrreL In
porter? end bnltsser. sr? abroad, sad lb? only ?sJ.fuard tb? public
As** af ?In?! theo? Is to ?sa thal ths BimB. tbey boy beir the no
(raved labe' and aeu of band of Meet*. tioeesTTBB k Saira.and the
Uoeerniueul aUatp oval lbs oora of the bottle.
COLD, AND CoroHB- SUDDEN CRABOKS OP CLIBATR
ar? IMICSI sf Pulmonaey atti Sreneksai afoctson*. I'.ipert?nc? bav
<_| proved thst ?iaipl? remed??? ?ot speed!:- wb?o taken its tkeeery
state efdtseaea. take at ?oca " Brown i BrenekuU Trotkit." let ths
*Z**A louth, er Irrrutlot? of UM (-real .be arer ?o allgfat. ?a by Ibu
p??v?_lien . Burr? ssrleni stuck any he w?rd?d ot
UNION RBPUBLICAN CANDIDATS, Vlllth District,
?.It-leeatti, Twsatleth sod Twsaly-Srtt W?rd?.-lot C oaf reis.
Cot. LI OBAND B. CANNON.
MOTHAND FRBCK.RS.
Ladies ?Mletal with Dfecolerstl?-? ea tbe Ps e osllsl Moth
Batea??, ot Freckle?, ?baald ?te Psaar . oelebr?led Mer? AID
P-ae?.s Lenoa. H U lafalUMa. Preparad by Dr. B. ( . Pasar
Ibsr-MtoUfist, Na. ? Boad-et.. N. T. Bell by all Dru_?uKe la Nsw
Tstk aad eliew-eco. Pri?e. B?._
~An KKDL-M VARIRTY OP KLKOAST NOVK.TIKS ID
sOeat'eaea'a HATS, aad Ladlsa and ChlMreo'a ?uearb.'j-U-B-isd
Skmtrt Paa-IM. TU ?Spoditoa U worth sseta?.
_Oaaia. N?. 511 Broalwsj.
CATARRH-PAIN AND NOISB IN TBR IIEAD.-NOR
?rea . BOW racae-y t?r Caiarrh buaks a? Ibis Urrihia dieses? si tti
Isastaui hesA. rsMaova. st ?na? pala la th? '?oipies. noise? bs tb?
bead oBenere? dl?cbwt?s, obs?r?i?lio_ of lb? breathing tube?, Leia'ed
Breath. >od obuiera-?? tola oeihium? mslsdr, in ?li Ita fermi. forever.
Mead el?eip fee penipble?. to Oaattr NoBTOB Otic? No 11 Ann ?t
DR. (?LOTBBB CHAMPION LITER TBUSS, Klaatic
?B-eekiai? BaeaJAer Brtre?. Bsadsfe?, PU? Imttuaitt,-,, _,. Bend
#i?t . paaipble- Ne. II Aenet_
AT KrBBDBLL'B, NO. JOB Broadway, W-dding
<:?rdi ?ad tatelepes. new ?ad ?lefsel etymt. The MwWal4lBf
Nala? and Lsvslopa?. v?rr bean?fa'. _
OLD KTBS MADB NEW witLout speotai le?, ductor.
mr mcAiclaa. Beat peeUfe-psld oa rseaipt it leo cacia. Audr-ee
BT E B Poer?. NO. I.IIB Broadway New York _
('OMKORT AND COBB FOR TBB KITPTURED.- .*M*rit
.eatase-pail aa nesiat af tee? eeat?. Aedraas Dr. E B Peera. No.
1.1? Broadway. New Y ort_
OPTRBBBION AFTER ?ATIB'J. 8OCB KIBINO, and every
r-?"n ?f >T?p?pai? cured by Da HsaatsoB's PBBUT_I.T,C I.OMB?SS
A loo the ?streat ?at? B? Ce?B?g??si ?al PBe?._
?Q0IB? _. LANDER, S?797 Fulton-?i.
. tv for ?a? DtsaopB. II carat Oou? Watcaas. Cann, si kiadi
m Jaws-av K_(iiib St? mi <it,v_a W SBB.M s sasil pas eeatefa
ever _~rt_t asrc?_CT-Bis? eo?. _.
WILLCOX ?k GIBBS MRWINO MACHIMB.
' lu team it i_rves?t aad lss. liable ta ria ia ua? a? wear, tbaa '.be
Lotk ?titck "-I- Jtiefi ?aweel a. (As Uaaal."?,? Trial. '
Bead f?' the ? Report" ?ad aaaiple-? ?f Wotk cun!?i?l?| tor? kind? al
?okmnhe* ?a Ike mam aiace of teoAa_Na. km Bl-?twiy
TBB ABM AND I-Bo. br B. KRANE FALMIR. ?.L. D.
Tbe "bast* Beau saldier?, sad lew u ?-"?ara ?al eiviUaaa l.tnt
?.baataut-st. Phils., Aslor-p!., N.T., II Ot????A, Bastea. Avoid
rnisdu.ent imiUtiea. ef ki? saucu. _
THB H<?WB"8BWINO MACBINBB-LO? B ?STITIH.
Bet P??ille? aad Msaufbctarer?. Tb?y sis wsrld rea?we?d.
_Ta a Hew a MAC BIBB I ? No (9SBroadw?y New Tart.
MOTT'B CHXBICAL POMADB Kestoree Gray Hair,
keep? H f leeev ?ad _ v m. tolHut out. reaaeee? dssdr-jff ; eke ??est draa?
ka? a?ed. Seid by Rrsave? Na. 1? Aitor Hose?, sad <t-?u>?s
AT GtBBRKDB'i, No?. 5?8>j~and e7_ Y-ronAwmj, ?
.aaiaieu ?took af ?mail ?sect ?BTtC-B? list l-sported. tel;l?| st
weale??'? peto?. (A Baw card win be intredaeed lM Usx-aa.h?i i
CRISTABOBU'S KXCRUIOR HAIB DTK is nniYersAlir
-ckeewlslyd a? the bait ?stsni. Ptatsry. No S AI'OI H?u*?.
IMPBOTBD LOCI-STITCB MACBINKB tor Tailors sod
MnA--Omnrmm fe honan ?asnee Micataa . AVPABI,
Ps?.-?t
F(?B A 8TTL1BB AND ELBOANT BAT -O ToEkPBB
?eaaia'B. Ne. US Naws? at.. Bassfaals???.
iBOBBBB, E-A-TTIC 8TOCKIN4M, SCSPtMBORt BABD
saaa. Bepeaaiea?. _?.-M*a?e A Ca. * Radical Lara Trass OMmn
tatt m He. A Yeast-?- UA? ?ilsesW
LH. BcBiNti will be at Na .? Bond-kt., New York,
weary Tanlty. tram An m. tai n. m._ ,
FlBBLB 4. laTOB 8BW I BO ii AC BINN l'O.-JtgailU
WBBUA Bsialal lala?aaj?Bli u Tailsss ?ad DrsaasBa-sr?. Beal It.
Uraulat. arfck etatfUm ettemtn?. Na MT Breada.y New Tit.
ELUPTIC 8. U. CQ't. Loct 8TVTCB 8RWIB. MA
aMaa SU Breed way. lirai Praeaiuaaa B. T. sad Ps. Si.U Palra. IBM.
ffnui ? wn#ori LSOCX-ETITX;? 8?WIN<}
?BUB? ?ad B. I i?e-L? Ma-aiPB N?. MSBr?a?w?r * -??se
OBO-BB BL hkBSMe BMunvr FRBBICM ELAITI?
BtiasaBasrtaa -UA_-BB? f?. t-d'y -?. N?. ?M Btse-wsy.
WlBO'l iBP_OTBB fMv?TBO-?A?fls_i. 8tt BrtJBdBBJ,
Tae bag ttmtLt Barkis?, es.es a ?trsii-l sssd e sad ibstlU
tme mito Wiabia.a sot ?ti -, slJattai per popes A|??U wtetaA
C^rtaa t/ioMMB, $? par emme, DBDH-AUB, $,.
ABeiB-ll'.irip<l?lA R. A. t>-_ B?. IB? 7 _?i beat at. MT.
STSBBB PIM CTTBB.
II Pita larre?ee?T
P?ellis? r rare? ??. meit? eases et Pilo? Beal bv ?seil at. r*
eetaselit Uri li law free. B-sd ?r d?u_|taU A ?.?al aa?'*4 erety
trb?M Ad!???. J. BBeaaii?, al?e??.i Be, Mt B.ead???, N?e
NICHOLS
end
Toarsuii
Newark, N J
8KAMLR-?S SAI??-LB CMITTIS.
Ai.jriTABl.? (OAOa I'ABO
Kascv t OLoaai. WOOL Mara
Approvals of the Saddle Cloth !
' Tti? beat I bar? ever known ueed f.r aavtti? the barka of har???."
Oaa. I'. .. Ot-trtT
' I uaed ii lo i?y ?leenia and Carolina marrltea "
MAJ. Oaa. XV. T. Rasaaaa.
" I em well pleeaed willi li "
MAI-Oaa. M. ft Manja
'The Cloth poaaeaaei paaitire merita .
Maj Oaa. Kerns IwaaLLS.
"Tbebeef Maa. ?lax. J. li. XVILSOB.
" 1 bsvs need your Pstsat KsdiTs Cloth, end kuhl? epprov- of ii."
Iles. Masers L. XVABI?.
NaWABJt. JuaelS. IBM..
Meeara NlCBOU ASB Toartura. GmlUattn.-l have osainioed
will, mash p'.naaure your Pilent Adjuatekls bed die Cloth. Illa Ibo
k??t I have erne eeao Bein? thiok and li?ht. It not oaly i.roieci? ?be
borae'i beck, but IsBSSSM III? J ill 01 cnsua.iou between lae rldei end
the bora? thoa contrtbnlln? n?eterial y Us lb? eeao and comfort of both
. fart beat known to the Arab?, who elmnel live eil the bor??, end
eivs/s weer under ?bair aaddl?a many Uilcirnoini of beery talk,
Very reipool/ully your?,
_ J B. RABBV
l>?)HULK Guns, fio (I!., P-iu, J;K?, $40, f-0, $7.'.,
BIM Abo. e varirty o'. Pnhlnj Taclla Beni bv eipieoi to enter.
by J I J. K?IM?, NO TO hciwerr. A fe? ?e<?>nj bend Doubl? Out*
THB NATIONAL COBSBRXATOBV OF M .SIC, NO. 24.
Peat Thirteenth at. wt?l remove. Oct. ti. to Medteoe ?re-, oomer of
Twenty ?lathel Tern.? Bl? per qnarter. Eataltlial^jBC._
FOLLAR AT HON,
Ne. m Broadway, N. T. MBBB-OBAVB Pira Msaal-ituisr
_____ P*P?*? ?n? to erdet repaired boiled ead ?SOM?lad.
A (JABD.
A Lacreas e? ras Oaiata es vea Paaaoa LAsessoa. are
Ht H. Cassas !'rof????r of Modern l,?n?ua|ea and Literature,
will appear, by taquee?, at te? Hall at lb? Hlaforioel Soe?"?v, *W,.nd
ara,, oeraor al Eleventh it, on Tan (Tl.ur. tay i B vsaiao. October
IS. ?ban be will deliver s I.n.-rt ?a OO ?he ?.wieta er the rasara
LAsat'ses, res laeoarsara AND ?_ti-irv or soasiBsasirT. lu
?bo ooaree el the I.? tur? Dr. Carlo? will ei|l?m bu aew, alu.ple.
roaciae ead eeay nirtbod of maeUrt?? the I rentali I.enf u?se le Itiree
inontbe, ao ?bet Ibo pupil can rionverie In it fluently on eil ordinary
eucla! and buaai.e? topio? Dr Corio? will alee, in lb? (tour?? of thia
brief leeters, leach all pfw?e?t "Heaece leeaate."-BAL? of ?hat
beeuilfol. ?tera? i ?a and to-day, aooeaaary langue??, tkereby prorin?
that half In? labor of ecqnlrte? lb? ?Pre neb lau????? ?.? A* oreroooi?
withia aa Bear.
AU ialoswetod te ?hie eokjeet ero cordially Invited le altead By
elim of Ibe Commute? ot ArreofemroM Loot?.? ?rill eoraruaor?
s? t o'clock, p. a?. .V. r kari?
TEfUBSDAY, OCTOBER 25. l8?,.
TO CORRESPONDENTS.
No antic, eau ti. tskrii id A non? mon? ('onuniinlration? Vi l. it
ft.-r is inleiitloil for ?iiatirtimi limit Is? authnnttratral l.v Hi.?
oaiae and address of tke writer-m.l tiet-tissarily for BBMMh
Imn but as s gii&rautr for hu u*i?>tl faith.
All Lan nea? Inttnra for this oliioo sbonUl bo adilrcssftl lo " 1 HE
Taiatiaa." Nsw York.
We oanant undertake to retura rnJ?*o!t?d CommuiiirstioDS
TO ADVERTISERS.
We will think our advortlsing oustutners to h?nd in
I test Adrartiaemaau al a? early ?a boor ?a poaaibie. If received elXei
I o'clock tbey eaanot be oleaailed ?ed?' ?bel. proper kee??
TV Oa tkt inside pages ofto-dau't issue mill ht found
a rette? of Heart I). Thoreau's look, "A Yankee ?n
Camoda;" Ltternrtf Itemt; The Manufacture of Fotrrs;
Pernee al the South, Rafts and their Uses; Law Report?;
l'olwe Neust; Money and other Markett, ond various
itemt of importance.
The liiimneM of manufacturing voter* hy the Courts
is described m our local columns to-day. It is a chfip
ter which erar?* eil mou whor?. rote count* one and no
more should read, and all who are appointed to watch
?hould hear in mind. We trust our friends have
measured the effort with which they have to conteud
against the vote-factory at tho City Hall.
Tho Union majority on the vote for Congressmen iti
Indiana i_ 11.HG9. while on the Bato ticket the nmj'.r
Ity is about 3,000 mure?. Mr. Colfa v. has made dec-is
ire ?rain? in every county of hut district, ami adds
1,170 to his majority in li-fid. The Legislature will
have a joint I'nion majority pi'M, the Senate et twill?
ing 30 I. nioiiiste to 20 Democrat)?, and the Hoime CO
to 40. ________________________
A telegram from Washington to The PhaUtdtlphm
Ledger reports that in an interview with the Prueidant
on the Maryland trouble, GOD. Grant stated that " he
knew nothing of the merita of tho case, and should, of
course, obey orders." We oannot expect ia tho
premise? that the ooc-_-iit.ii will be given to the PreM
dent to oommend, or tho General ?<> ol.fV-supposing,
of course, that The Ledger gpoaks with authority, this
time. _^-__-______-_-_____
The frequency of diiaitere by rail would liare justi?
fied the assembling of a Convention of n.ilr-tt.1 men
any time within the I ant year or two, but wa are
glad that such a Convention holds forth in New-York
to-day. Its general objecta aro understood to l><- the
improvement of " r.ttLroad construction, maintenance
and management," and the subject ol a uniform sr?
tem of signals and regulation? is now auder ducus
Kion. An important report ou th.? topi? han l?-en
presented by Mr. Ashobel Welch, and the estahlinh
mont of a General Railroad Bureau has been sug?
gested. Much may be ?aid on both sides of the mat?
ter in debate-wo hope oof too much, and that tho
Convention will not be adjourned till it ha? matured
at l?s?t some few positive feature? of reform, in de?
fault of a decided system.
i
Since the cio-o of the war there have boon many
changes of policy and principles, but the steadfa-t
purpose io the moral mind of the North to do juntu.-?.
to the freedmen hal uot altered. The great meeting
of the Freedoieu ? Commission last evening, at which
the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, Thomas J. Durant
and Gea. Howard made eloquent speeches, attenta the
earnestness of the effort to, regenerate the .South by
encouraging its poor. Chief-Justice Chase, in an in?
teresting letter, which we elsewhere publish, accept?
*be permanent Presidency of the Commission. The
Secretary'? report ?how? that in the la?t year the Com?
mission has sent out 700 teachers, supported 301
schools, and instructed .r>0,000 pupils. This good
work must be maintained and forwarded, and the
Christian intelligence of the North will not resist its
appeal for aid.
WENDELL PHILLIPS.
Mr. Wendell Phillip? dislike? the Republican party.
Freedom of Opinion affirm? his right to indulge, his
perverted taste in thin respect. Mr. Wendell Phillip?
indulges in long verbal tirados again.it tho Republican
party. Freedom of Speech affirm? his right to immun?
ity from all resistance or disturbance in thus deliver?
ing himself. Wo can't quite go the length of The
Timet, and ?nsist that those Republican?, who ebstsa
not to pay fifty cents for the privilege of hearing
themselves eloquently abused by Mr. Phillips evince a
spirit of bigotry and persecution; -but we do most
?ttennttosly insist that whosoever ?ball se? fit to
attend Mr. Phillips'? lecture shall pay the ?tipulated
stun at the door, and keep quiet throughout tho
delivery aforetaid, ?ave as they may be impelled to
the occasional bestowment of judicious and moderato
applause. If any one choottea to make a goose of
himself by hissing, let him, goose-like, develop that
phase f.f his nature by the roadside or in a pasture,
where ha will not disturb the enjoyment of others by
hil -Estri?e libilations.
Mr. Phillips haa.always hated tha Republican party.
He hated it whan it proposed only to reust the exteu
a on of Slavery, because it did not insist on Abolition'
Ed, when, in tha fullness of time, it did insist on
Abolition, ha hated it by io much tha mora. When
Mr. Lincoln was first a eandldata for Protident, Mr.
Phillip?denounced him aa "thaslave-hound of HU.
Boil;" and when Mr. Lincoln bad dealt Slavery ita
death-blow bj his Proclamation of Freedom, Mr.
Phillips denounced bim in still harsher terms and
opposed his reelection. Mr. Phillip*'? mischievous
?.out tljat ha had "waUrad" tha good, great Praai
dent did not preclude his trying to deprive bim of pub?
lic, confidence and vote? Had barely One Hundred
Thousand AbolitioniiU teen fit to be guided by the
Bolton orator, McClellan would have been ejected,
And the downfall of Aov'rican Slavery indefinitely
postponed.
Mr. Phillip? is t?. lu? tun tin? ?'vening m mir City.
Hi? theme, as G rsl aiiuouti' "d. ?"??? "The TiOMchery
of ths Republican party." Ho ha? since ehangod
thli to " Reject the AiiieudiD*?i?t '-\>"\ti*v> the Prwi
dent !" The Republicans Are not likely to Accept Mr.
rhillipa M ft oouuaelot in euoli grave matters until he
h!i,ill have-at luast once-voted for its candidates.
They may yosssibly bo compelled to impeach the
Promdent; but they will do tins, if at til, with profound
reim tain?*, and only b-Can_o it is their imperative
duty. V?> fervently trust that the necessity may be
avoided; for ao impeachment of Iho President-no
matter how just and necttwirj-will almost certainly
plunge the country afresh into conval-ion and civil
war, just when its need of peace and thrift is most
urgent. If the Republican party shall ever be driven to
such impeachment, it will follow therein the counsel
of no enemy so persistent and implacable as Wendell
Phillip?.
As to the pending Constitutional Amendment, we
hope to Bee it supplanted by a fraternisation of the
North and the South on the c?mpreleiibive platform
of Universal Amnesty, Impartial Sufi-rage. This is
infinitely botter for both section* than the provisions
of Ihe Amendment. The ?South doe? not want to pro?
scribe her foremost men; she wants to return to Con?
gre?! with the full ^presentation to which her num?
bers (all freo) entitle her. Only blind, unreftsoning
pr?judice could induce her to prefer the pending
Amendment to Universal Amnesty with Impartial
Suffrage,* and tin? Smith is not now In aeondition to
?sacrifico her interest to a besotted prejudice against
two-fifths of her own people, wbioh li.ii un longer auy
rational hams. Tho South has already too long been
frightened from her clear interorit by the ghost ufa
dead bluudor.
WB deprecate Mr. Phillips's polished invective
against evorybody and every tiling, only ft* calculated
to inflame tho lingering prejudice, North and ?Sooth,
against Impartial Suffrage, and thus postpone a final,
all-embracing settlement of our re in tuning differ?
ences. Men hate to be bullied into ?oing right ? they
would mtioh rather do it teithont a oooked pistol at
their heads. It may he.weak, but it ii very human,
to robol against that sort of persutviiou. The pig,
which Matthews's Paddy wan getting along toward
Cork under the mistaken impression that he was
wanted to go to Fermoy, might givo Mr. Phillips ft
valuable hint, if he were not above learning from
aught in heaven above or earth boneath but himself.
Mr. Phillips's oxcelleuce as au orator is a source of
self-delusion. Thou*andi rush to hear bim, aud are
temporarily spell-bound by his eloquonco, they ap?
plaud his glowing rhetorio and well-turned periods;
but they go away to take counsel of their sober com?
mon sense, and to oboy its dnut.'s instead of knock?
ing their heads agaiiifst all tin? itninovablo stone walls
tliuy can discover. Me ?wiys inanv thing? admirably j
but, if the anti-Slavery movement had, for the last
twonty yoars, b??en under his guidance, fllidell or
Howell Cobb would imw Lo President of the United
Stat?.., and T(K?tnltH legally authorire?! fo call the roll
ol'hu hliivsi 0:1 Hunker (lill.
SEA RETAR) RROWKINQ AND THE HIS
BTtTVTtONAL AMENDMENT.
That Mr. Johnson cannot oljtiun a bettor d?fense of
his policy than that which ?Secretary llrowtung ha.
mode, is an illustration of its weaktic?s. Mr. Hrown
ing has writ'.?1!! three (lose .?.litmus of type, and to so
little purpose tint! an argument is scan ely to bo dis
ooverbd. Yet, a-s the President han fully approved the
li'tter. and dcr-ired it t?? be published as repris-?.iit.iii,
his position, it i?. not without hBfWtMM.
The Preeident and Mr. Itrowning Iwliovo that "it
is not certain that we will save Hw (???voniniont."
To this th?- American |>?>-(i|ili? cuter an inilignant denial.
The dn-ad which Mr. .IOIIIIHOU and hi? advn-cr? affect
that the (?orernmenl is ni danger of destruction ia not
lelt hy UM p?i?.p|i.; and still Ims* do Hu r fear that their
direct Representative, in Congrea* arc the enemies of
its exintouce. It in the trick of ttio Conservative
party to pretend that the (?nvernineiit may lieiome
a despotism hy tin will of the majority, and to de?
senlio Congre-?* the natural enemy of our freedom.
Mr Browning Asserts that "the i>jri<iiatiVB is much
the htrongi??! of the department- and tlio moat
aggressiv?, bc-jau-* its niciiibontur?? responsible to no
l??wer hut tun ?ill of the dominant party for acts at
usurpation It is the only deinirtm-nt ft'-ta the
encroachment* of which any aeriuus dangec
to our institutions Is to be appr?)beiid<?d."
Hut tlie veto power of the Presiiloul aud
the authority of the Supreme Court are limitation-,
ol ( 'migres-., ol which Mr. Browning dom not eren
hitit. Nor is usurpation to tM droaded from a brauch
of the (jriverniiu'iit which directly represents the
I?.ii',>li*. not in the aggregate, hut in the Bab-division
of dist neta in every Stute. I ie?poti?:n in all govern?
ment-. In gins with the Ki??, ulive ami not with the
legislative department, and we need go no further
bank into history than the past year to prove ii.
Th? evil* of the Constitutional Amendment are th?
burden of Mr Browning's lrtter, urti evon that just
proi-i??ion, " N'ir shall any State deprve ?uy person of
life, liberty or property, without due .?roceas of law,"
is declared unnecessary, and inteud? d to make all
St atv departments subord?nala to the Federal Oov?
eminent. The argument by which this conclusion is
reached is too t n vial to bo refuted, it is enough to say
that fait as well as theory requires thai this principle
should lia embodied in th? N'a'iontl Constitution.
The Rebel Stat?? havo repeaietllr ?nd grossly
outraged it, and it is beean? life, liberty
aud property havo brun illegally taken away
in spit? of mere State laws, that the Federal Govern?
ment is bound to extend equal protection to all Citi?
zens. The change in tho barns of representation Mr.
Itrowning opp??i?es on th? ground that the true bonis is
aggregate population. " .Yo mullet late the eleclire
franchit be ditpoieil of. ichethcr etc re ned by few or many,
ali (tanti of the community art reprrttnied." Is this
the Republicanism of tho President ' /?> think it of
great matter how the elective franchise is disiiosed of,
we hold that it belongs to the mutiy, uiul thal in OMI
tries in which it is exon IMHI hy the f?rw, the govern?
ment is but an oligarchy. It is pitiful that at
a time wheti the liieuds of freedom are
.seeking to extend thefram hir?e, even inder the British
monarchy, the President of the t'nite.l States should
be ready lo decrease it. Mr. Browning succeed* no
better in his opposition to tia? third section of th?
Amendment, aud incorrectly says thatii "disfranchi ?.?
the great majority of the educated min of the State?
which have been in rebellion, and excludes them fYom
any participation in the State and Federal Govern
rxi.nts, and the entire cotitrol of th? government of
those States will be placed in the ?.?.mis ol a meager
majority Bt the men at all qualified for tuch control,
aird theji as ft gei eral thing, not of the mont iatelli
geut and capable classes." Now, M? baie published
the Amendment about seventy timei, and yet th?
Secretary of the Interior ?BM not teeni IB
hare read it ' It is scarcely in r e.i.-ary to
tell our readen that the '.hird ?ntion
.xcludes un)- those who before the Kebellion had
taken an oath-" as ft member of Cnn'rna?, or as ftn
officer of the United States, or as a i ?nil? r c1 any
Stat? legislature, or as an eiecutiiaoi judicial officer
of any State"-to ?apport the Constitution of tt.e
United States. Nor Is eren this disenfranchise maul
permanent, but ft two thirds vol? of Congress may
remove it.
But net merely to this Amendment but to all
amendments to the Constitution do Mr. Johnson snd
hie ?Secretary object. Mr. Browning "can ace no
food to result from the proposed Amendments. I ire
much eui. We had better adhere to the form of
government which our fathers gar? ui. It is, ia my
Jud.gment. the most perfect political pr?_ucti?o of
human wisdom and patriotism. For three-quarters of
? o?ntury it secured us unexampled pttsperttv. and at
the end of that tim? enabled us lo njfeet and overcome
th? most stupendous rebellion in 1i,.? In,tory of na?
tions. Why chauge it T" Why-?* Bei ante that very
Rebellion laugh?, u? that the ('(??tit?lion w?t net
AM. J. atrn-WArm^ruamarm m ? - ...
sufficient protection for the nation. Did not Mr. Bu?
chanan de? l?rn that it gavo him DO power Xo prevent
seceosionT Is Mr. Browning ignorant that tha Con?
stitutional right of secession was claimed by every
Rebel Sute, and supported by the l>emooratic
party in the North. Must Mr. Johnson be re
inimli'd that the very Rebel? he has par?
doned ?out the idea that they have aver
committed treason, and assert that thoSouth has ever
been loyal in the proper sense of the term. This
stupendous Rebellion, of which Mr. Browning speaks,
ha? changed tho nation, and tha nation most change
its Constitution. We respect ths past, but would
hunil.ly submit that the American people are not in?
capable of progress.
RINO BULE.
By Section 17 of ths present City Charter, ths
President of the Board of Aldermon can beoome
acting Mayor of New-York ?pon the occurrence of
a vacdnoy in that office, and should ths vacancy con?
tinue for more than three day?, he ha? all the powers,
privilege? and prerogative? of a Mayor oleot. The
ill fame of our Aldermen, here and everywhere, make
it quite unnecessary to explain to what new artiola of
Mayor we ?hall lie treated should a premature vacancy
in the office elevate ona of the heads of the " Ring"
to tlie crown of this great oommerclal metropolis. A
rowdy brandishing the delicate scepter of a grand
community's honor aud interest; a defaulter
administering tha estate he has almost ruined;
a magistrate serving out Justice, u it ware, by the
dram; a guardian scattering ops'? money like so
many sixpences; a ruler who can never say meta save
when our Councilman turn honest-all these phasei
of a character unfortunately too notoaoua might
anita in typing our accidental Mayor. The next,
last step to tho bad from the ci vio cancer of " Ring"
rule over three-fourth? of the city would be to give
it undisturbed, unquestionable, unmistakable empire
over the other quarter. The terrible tentacle? of our
municipal devil-fish already grasp for more than Shy
lock's ?bare of the city'? health and wealth. Shall
we finally ? (irrender it, heart and head f
Heroin ii the concealed meaning of any such
remoriseli-?? fatality a? the election of Mayor Hoffnien
to the Governorship of the State. Translata a "Ring"
candidate to the chair of the Executive at Albany,
and we only transplant a "Ring" Aldorman into the
?oat of the Mayor at New-York. Tho "Ring" will
have gained a hundred-fold ni power and opportunity,
and, under a double authority in oity and State
exeroiaed without scruple, and owned by all that will
buy it-tho effort? of all true citisons may well
appear paralyzed. Viewing so forlorn a con
tingi.ii' ;., we think new light is shed on
the offer of the ? Ring " delegation to the Convention
which presented Maror Hoffman. This was a bribing
proposition to fumuh f 1,000,000 to the canvas? in
case he bhould be nominated. A hoaver-like industry
in all n i-it-ure* to outwit and overcome the law, and
the wlu.let.ixle running of the naturalisation machine,
witnoss the unscrupulou? energy with which the busy
"Ring" are at work counterfeiting tho die to be
thrown fit their last great stake. 8uocese only can
reward thi? extsrordinary pains, and reimburse the
?jient million; but the Muyorality confur? a power of
plunder rich enough to pay for it many times over.
The ritin-n? of New-York are now invited to look into
the i hanin which the elootion of Mr. Hoffman would
confur on city and State. It will bo somewhat wider
than a pnnou-door, and deeper than atiy pooket; but
it will accommodate all the robbery of the " King,"
and every dollar of money that oaa be absorbed or
thrown into it. Scylla at Albany will be bad enough;
but Charylxlls at New-York will be miserable
plight i" our oppressed tax-payer?; and if
we entertain two mutual furioa of plun?
der in city and State, our real mmfortune
may lie past conjecture. We ?peak with unoonoealed
aaruoatnes?, because the crime which now aeek? vin
du ?tiwi and triumph in election baa for many yean,
earth rrarkett hy some conspicuous misrule of fraud,
ehanied and wrougod the riebest and greatest city of
Atii.-ru a T. ?iiiu. of old, gam her King to the aea;
and oar robbing "Ring " could be well consigned to
the harbor. _ _ _
7?/: SECOND MEETING OF THE REGIS?
TRARS.
In elftOtiou district?, of ?Aw A wo mort t? ?et.AiB on ?a
twrporolrd ttllegt, the tecoma meeting is to be bald on
Tuetdaa, Ort. Mi, from 9 a. as. ft? 7 p. at.
In all itiiei, the Board? meet ou End ga ami Satur?
day, Nom. ? end It, and remain in aeesiou frota rt a. ni.
to '.' J), in.
/a all tar mrporated til log tt, and in electioa district?
mad? up ?a part of an incorporated village, the Board?
meet am Erutay, Not. 'J, and r?__ua in seasion from
9 i. ni. to 7 p. in. There ia BO third meeting any?
where. Ia dlstrioU trttirtty ouittdt of cittern mt tmeor
poratrg tillages, eleotore not registered can vote on
_rtid?_nt, assigning ?truae fi?r not being refriatared.
In BO district, cuy or county, can any nama be
added to tha registry, at trie second uireting, without
eppMustloa in peraou.
As there Is some confusion in regard to this matter,
it would be well for the papers of tho State la copy tha
foregoing, which is officially indorsed as corrset.
GRAIN MONOPOLY
One of the evil result? of grain monnpolv, and
?.pwiifsiion? for an advance ofprioe, ia the temptation
it bn'ot? to collect and ?lore the article in larg? quau
titie?. When ripmod ont, or frequently stirred and
exposed to tho air, wheat aud other grain may pre
serve its ??Hindu?'!?- a long time; but sometime-?, per?
haps very often, it is kept in massive heaps until it ba?
ronies heated and moro or lass unsound, and in soioe
degree uiiw_ole?onie, if not entirely unlit for broad or
lor liuinnn use. The market report of to-day, the '
'.Mt?i m Oi-tolier, .ay? ol' wheat: "lhere ha.? be?*n
some iuquiry for I nnound Spring for export, but (hu
business has been limited." etc. Who abroad wants
?Mond wheat, and for what purpose ' Not for dis?
tillation, at [.resent prices, ?urely. Fur flouring and .
kfMi ' Tho laws ni Kugland, Belgium, ami Krame
map sa d to be peu ni -gainst the use of unsound flour
for l.restl. lu the latter country, bakers who are de?
tected III the B*M ?d' unsound flour in their bread arc,
m the first instance, lined, and in the second, or s
repetition of tho offen??, are depnwd of their li
i eli?*?.
The luw? of Pennsylvania, if not recently changed,
jiroliil.it the exportation of condemned or unsound
flour, unless if lie ot a low quality, middlings; and
even then the brand i? ?erupt ?I iff. It careful were
the {??opie of the Kiy stone Stat? that MM ol' their j
flour ol'iSe (.'lado i fr-p? rtine or tin?) vvhould mt Mt
out of their Suite ?i .mound quality or c?>nditinn. |
.Such ?H? the incentive to I'euns.lvani? millars U?
liM.k well It the condition and qualify of their whist, )
in order to secure to thimselves a fair competition IU
tha shipping maiket.
At two period? of time within ri.-t.ie.ti?.ii. in 1?_H
or I--, and in I1- ??'.-:?., wheat in u-?siderable quaa?
M v wa? imported from England, aad at each tiasa,
millers v. to i...'tl that wheat sion?, or mixed with na?
tive wheat, Lund the ila.-cter ol' their floor iinpftired
in the market. To what cause can we BOW ??< rib?
the low prie? and low character of much of 1h? flour
of the Slate o? New-York, compared with the flour
of ot ker States, io ths New York market I
The Metropolitan Public Conveyance 'Joa-pany wil
loon introduce in this city carrriagei Coi hire io all
parts of tha city, at reaaonahl? prit es. Tha company
was cbai tared io ldA!i, and while it,Waives unusual
privileges, i? reo,Hired to charge no more than 25o. for
carrying a passenger three miles. Wa oartainly need
to break down tha system of est ort ion which extend?
t bro'i ghoul HID citv ?if iel 0V|. t\k%oi, %*,{{ l*?ok? A
drive -wind Central Park now* cost? from f 4 to $ 10
for a couple of hours, the crrmpany, it is ?aid, will
ec-on make arrangement? with the Park Commis
eionors to carry paa_.ng.rs at rates low enough to suit
the poorest visitors. The company will moot the
opposition of the ?Uge proprietors, end ?oin? of the
Kailroad Companies, b-t if it is well managed the
new plan will be successfully sustained by the public.
Oov. Swann has ordered the restitution of the State
arms issued to the Home Guard of Maryland, and is
reported to have lit/gun proceeding? in the oourts
against eeyerai well-known gentlemen for inciting to
hot. No riot baa oocurred, and the Governor should
be careful on his part not to exoite it.
The long negotiations between Prussia Bad Saxony
have, ft? every body eipooted, ended in the acceptance
by Saxony of tho Prussian demands. The Athantie
Telegraph informs us that the fortress oi Einigstem
ha? been ceded to Prussia. Thia dispoeeB effectually
and forever of the destiny of Saxony. She is in time
of wer eatirely at the mercy of Prussia, and the an
neiatioa of her ?territory will be only a question of ft
?lew years. ______
WenDBU. PHiLi.ira will deliver a lecture this evening
at the Oiper Inatitiite. His theme witt be " B?-j?ot the
AboadmenV-Depose the President." _/*1"
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.
INDIA?!.
ar vsisoaara ve TBB raiaeaa
iBDiABAfotii, Oot. 24 -The official rote of the
State give? the Union majority on Conaressmen at
11 ,H69. The majority on tho?8tata tiokot li over .l.ivx)
more. The lion. Schayler Collei made the greatest
I ''mon gain. He luoreaeod his vote in every County,
and oarried his District by a majority of 1,170 greater
than in HAM. Mr Collai does uot rest with hu mag?
nificent vietory. Ile is actively engaged in the can?
vass in Illinois, and ia greeted by thousand! wherever
lie goes. The Hon. Geo. W. Julian ia also in Illinois,
addressing tremendous meeting?. Theae two men,
Colfax and Julian, are the favorite? of the Indiana
Kadicals.
PF.KNSYLVANIA.
The Pittihnrgh Dupateh, ot the Kid io?.., ?ay?:
The PAtlndeiphia Prut make* Qearr's majority 17,445
The Bulletin 17.706-and e-cb pmrosses to hare them
" offleiel" from Harrlsbura. Hoth lisro Allegheny incor?
rect, according to the official return? ia the Prothoftotary's
oflis'ss aed ia th? Sute Departmant-wlth other error*.
W? make th? tnajortt/ 17,'?.Vi-bsritm every County but
tit front th? Stale Department, and those iii from most
iii_i.?lo sources. A hw days ?ill show which figtree ar?
correct. -loan win ID we pmrer to depend on our own.
INDIANA.
er TsLs.iBsra TO TBB TBIBBBB
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. iii.- The official roturas for the
Legislature shows the Senate to hare '.*0 I nion to 20
Democrat*, th?? House ?SO Onion to 40 Domocrats.
MARYLAND
THK BIUITRMRNT SIBSIDBD-IBJ-OBT.-tNT OBDKB Og
TBB OOVBBN'iB.
ar TB_rea-*B TO TBB raises?.
HALTIMOBB, Oct. Ma--'The excitement ha? suhaided and
arerythiDg ia quiet. The Commisaionnra still a?ll,er. to
their doterminjttion not to appear before the Govesnor.
The letter ha? ittuod ?a ordur for the retiins forthwith of
eil State ens? in possession of Home (?nerds or gam ned
three years ago.
His object in this movement Is not know?, bat he may
intend te oonrort them into awl?, a favorite weapon of bia
aupjM,rt?ira whikt he waa Maror Oen. Brooke, who is
reported as baring been ordered to the ootatnand of for
Molleory, baa been in charge of that post thr a long time.
No troop? whaleror hare arrived at fort Mrllenry since
th? difficulty contmoBced.
ItDICTBBTITB BOB ATTBBPT8 TO IKCITB BiOTfl.
B-LTt-OBS, Uot. 21 -Attempt? are being made to se?
cure Isdiotmente ngamal John W. Forney, the editore of
7V .latrifii? and the Police Commissioaers for atteinpta
Ui incite not and insurrection. Witnesses are already
?itiiiinotied. The (Ininti Jury bare not yet aolod.
AWOTHBB OlBrATOB.
rU-ii_i>s,v. Oct. -I-There aro na new dereioamonU
in regard to the Police t'ouimiseioner*. Their eavuneel
edil adhere B> their original detarminatlou not to parttci
pate in the ?lamination of wUnst-r-a* on friday.
katoort hare bee? -errant here to-day of the arrivai of
troope from Washington, hut they as? inoorreet. It ia
true that some troope ara export?e ban shortly to eaa
t?o?rk for Tains, aad that a w?lo-rd regiuinut will be eeat
hi't-e te be masWr-d out ol serrice. Theae are the feet,
?hie!, tiara probably gi reu nae to the rumor, ol troope
being orderixl here with reference tupeadiog-hAcahirs.
The iatemow of (leo. Cauby with the euthonttee hera,
all reports lo the contrary nntwttbataaattng, was ot a nott
fn?ailly and mutually .?til.factory chara?, ter.
Mr. t'ee-ody armed here this afternoon, ?ad wa? re?
ceived by the Mayor and a Com mitt?? of tb? (.'tty t'oancil
at Die ItiiledeiphiaPepot ?nd earorted to BerniirrT? Hotel.
The I'm.loee or the Feabody Institute also pe-ttetpated In
the reeeastioD.
I he si?dioaiifto of the In.tttut? will take place Bo-mor?
row
rBBBIBBBT JOH ?SO* TO HBLP OOT. ?W_JI TO BBBORCB
BIS !??"< LAB-lt-1.
a* raiaeaa?-* re TBB TBJBCIB.
Ht UTI __..", (?ouiber "?4.-The Washing?*..?? ?patelal
mmrtm?mnioti ai TA* Bato more tim* tuft that the prert-mettea
olUuv.Hwann I. faBranrnTedbr the-?*?-sMenl sna shoal- it be
usirmary rer lo m te rrnii JVstd lu (_a_tiUliiluK i??*?.?.-e eui ?tier,
a_4 ?i?a?n lug tats l?fsl eethorlty It wilt be pi-aipUv fi_niisl,s?l.
La IBs ?.?*? of tim tftrv-teeed rtieietanr? ia Lonl.taaa br the
1 HOT? lu (in?? le lbs svathorilv of the Uoreroor la that Ma ti?
la th? t. ni,.?u'l ,?r ahortSs, th? sam? asente will ba psraoad ; bet
.11 ia ftupetl thal la notts eaeee the ornsslty mar nat arise.
THE CO HO ES PAIL I RE.
mt
na TB-aea-ra re ewe ewtareae.
Conara, Ocu -1- The following I? a statement of
the mortgages, ctaias and liablhtiet of A Mon, .'rink A
Weston as they appear on the reece.? of th? tww??clerk of
th? town of W aterrlict, Albany County :
A. H Krink uni A Kruik _ Soo.lit 0GB IB
Nsla.u.1 Ila?. lUw. .SfmrTI
National Ilnisk. t's-Bo-s. la. lit).W
t-sjfltns V Hrotro nut other*.,. S (M3 T?
. ..wv* WIltuHik. ... t1_.t TI
,1-si.ph A Stmr-otui . 1 17? ._
(1 0 Kinn-v . 1 ?*i?l H*7
'I- II .?-iinglot?? . . I.?4. ?7
J A Kerns n ?OT 14
J. M Hill.nu? .?a I-.? ?.?HW
J. I'. I b.?int???'ii Sens A Co ftoal.1 Rockwell. Maa.
N.i! linn?. rVoy sn?l others l?T.tJOO (X)
H lUnkiii _ (o. <?j?M>liieaJ?Tsl, fror, sod others 4.1. Tea .".*
Jil* A ('?.us-ln. (wool (lesterai Troy . 70,01? (?J
J. A MUK.- A Soo and others. 17.71? I?
Tout .... . ?4M MS* *I
W. J. Ten Fvuk A Co., who were th?s_e a?uuf_cturer*
for AMen, Krtuk A Weeloo, havo UabilitW-a as follows:.
?'?.IM*?-? \'ati?'Bitl ItstiV.II..M7 M
> .1. Ill?????. 47S I?
i fn ttykk . '.'?'? ?
.1 I lea Krrk . CB on
?I.(Behn . i.ifi IM
.1.1. llioniisassti S?,ii?*l'o. ead ettirnt.. ?,0U0 i?i
Kuli, r A Sati'lj ..
. ??siiigbire H-mphicj? and other.. UX'iLl JA
lotal . .?HJM,__t. :..
-making the grand tgarcgnie of i_a.ijt?ea $6^4.10-? BSs,
about oae filth ?if ?bu-h i. held in Now-York ?nd tlarre
iiirotiilrr in Trtr? and Ctthoee.
It is lot ?iip|??ieeil t__tt the ase**. auiiHiut. to much sera
than otye htlr of tb? ?bore tam.
CASADA.
TRIAL OK ie_?llA>l---O??lK Tl'BBlLU lil?,, g EVlMUtCE. '
ar ni'uun te ?*? *BI_B?B.
lOBOhTO. (Kt. ill.-The trial of the Keaian pnaoner? '
taken ?t Kort _re in June last commenced at nono. I
Coi J(,_n II. I.TaKb was Ox*. pla?.*ed in the ??IM k aud !
pleaded D??t giii-iy. IToItcitac-s-nner-l I'orkbuie ead the
lloo. J. II. ( staeron. ti. I*, appeared for the frown, sed t
.1. Martin ??f IIBBSIU'<II BU4 J. li. Doyle of I? tv-lu fir
the detecte. Keontrh Mr_t?t_tie wittches the proreetliiigs
is L? halt ?r ii? Auien.'aniluvernn.ent.
Ifce ptiroiuetV cono.tri ?_a>!le_ge?l 10 jurent l?efore th? '
,my was ? ???it-lried. v?t.i? h n-iiiUts mainly of fermer? and |
luecbsnis? troni the enuntty lb? Hob. Mr. (aaierisn :
??per.ett I li ?case tor th? < Waa wirb an addreM t. the
Jury.
The ti til witteu, Thomas Newbigti_a of Kort Em,
i-snufl?. the pntoaer aa holding a higti eeiatnand ?moeg
the .'em ana while encamped at Father's F ana. 1 beert,
dene? |>r tba proeeoution eocvpied from noon until 8
p. m. I rue of the priaoaer? turned Vueea . ?r ?decca and
? on_nn??l the sist?mente of othar wit.e????. I L? I'enrt
adj-armit uctil 10 o clock to-morrow morning.
raft ADAMS EXPRESS BOBBERY.
BUUBPTIOB OB Til CUB AT DA*t?CIT, COBB.-TBB
CASI AUAIB ABJOCBBIB.
ai mit?-., va rae raiaeaa.
I us si BT, (iel. ii. The Adams Freres, robb?-? r-fts?
cam? up ?cain on Tuaaday. A lory wa inpsoneled, and
tb? case adjourntd till to-dsy, when the examination at
witnesses nts ccnimenosd. The Coori waa efjaia ad?
journed. The Hen. Jamas Brady waa expected to aaeist
m th? trial, for deftndsnts, In place of Charlea Chapman
who i? ?ick.
em
NATIONAL WOOL-GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.
at TiLssiB.es te TBB eaiBwas.
('iBVBt.ian. Ohio, dei. 21. -The annual meeting of th?
National Wool ."rower* Association ha? heea calted tt
ntaet at Cl?r?taad, Ohio, on W?dti?ad?r. th? Uth of N
v ember
WASHINGTON.
av v-LSO-sra to ?rae vsiatrss.
Wa??ii*.-TO?-, W.-da-atUv. trat. ti. ISSS
Notw1t_st-r. ling the denial by the A.-soriat?*- Proa?,
ia to-day's papen, of my Moa-csa d_>pat?jbe? ot a few
days ago, they were sahiUntlsily oortsct. Tbe only
differ mr-o is, any ?.tatement carne from the White Roust
direct, while the Associate Pre*? reporter obtains hu
information from the State Department. Secretary
Seward rafaeos to give reporter? here any item? of
news nnless they promise to print it in his precisa
language. Non? but the Associated Press reporter
will accede to these tonn-. Hence, when any item
oonncctcd with his Department appear? m print, and
he (Wea not lute it, no matter If it be true or other?
wise, he orders the Associate Press reporter to contra?
dict it. Quite a quarrel has risen between the -R?si?
dent and Sotkvard an to what part of the Government
news shall he made public and what part kept secret
The former favors tha widest publicity to everything
excepting reports concerning the New-Orleans riot*
while Seward tbinka that the pablic should kar-vr
nothing of the doings of its servant?.
-Bnister Campbell continues ill, and Is confined lo
his room. It is not definite when be wal take up hi?
march for Mexico. Ile will ?top in Maryland New.
Jenter and New-York, and do a little stumping in fa?
vor of his master'? " policy," and may reach the Citr
of Moxioo hy New-Year"? dav st the nirthest.
The Navy Department to-day roeervtsi from Assisi,
ant Secretary Fox the official report of his vnit to
Russia.
The pressure oa the President to remove from
office Commissions, of InteVnsl Revenue Rollins is
itill maintained ?with great vigor, and it is thought'ha
will yield, notwithstanding Secretary McCullouah's
objections to the change.
Bishop Kendrick and other high dignitaries of the
Roniau Catholic Church nad intorriews to-day with
the Presidtmt and Mr. Seward. The President ex?
plained his "policy" to thom, and aupplied them
with a few Constitutions and 36 starre?! flags, when
thoy left, apparently pleased with the extreme piety
of our worthy Chief Magistrate.
During the last fiscal year $4,0iX),0OO wore trans?
mitted from one part of the country to the other
through the money-order offices, against tl,3>X),U00
the year before. There ii no reason to doubt that the
coming year will witness the same growth and appre?
ciation of this safa mode of transmission of small
funds.
The Secretary of the Interior has ordered a with?
drawal of the latds granted by act of June .10, 1864,
to the Stat? of Michigan in aid of the construction of
? railroad from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Grand
Traverse io Michigan. '1 lie company have entered
papor? to obtain this (and, and Are pushing the build?
ing of the road.
The new uniform for officers of the Navy will not
be adopted until the 1st of Deoember. Great objeo?
Lion it manifested to the oonUunplated ?wallw-tail
coat. Admiral FarraKUt has decided npon on his
insig-nia of rank. It is to be a gold atar two inches
in diameter worn on the arm.
The Maaonio fraternity of this city are holding a
firand soiroe this evening for the purpose of raising
undi to build B Masonic temple h<?re.
W. H. MoKco.'of the firm of C. A. Weed A Co.,
merchants in New-Orleans, has been sppointed U. S.
Marshal for the District of Louisiana, vice Cuthbert
Bullitt removed. Ballitt is a renegade Iieptiblieau,
but he got mixed up in certain cotton speculation?, ia
oousequeneo ?if which ho is removed. W. H. C. King,
oditor of Tag Netc-OHeant Timei, who controlled the
appointment, is here. Mr. C. A. Weed is said to own
s controlling share ia Tht Times newspaper.
Tb? statement ?ailed for by a resolution of tho
Hun-te of Representative? ?f May -8, lHf?;. and again
oo September 1 by th? Committee,on Retrwiohraent,
with reference to the disposition to be mad* of all
cotton and other property coining mto the handa of
Treasury agents during the war, has been pri-oared,
ander the supervision of the Commie-iouer* of Cus?
toms, and wai to-day sent to tbe Secretary of the
Treasury.
The Stat? Department has received copias of Span?
ish official df>cH_-_tiU, including one udended to rea?
der impossible, heaeefortb, the succoiwful proeeouti?n
of th? African slav? trade in Cuba and Porte Rico.
The Minister of the C?>l<?a-ai Departawat, on U?
9-th of September last, addreaaad the Que??, urging,
among other thiitgs:
TV? ofporttinity baa then ?AIS? end no earlier than OB til?
iMH-aaiso. ea vrhlcii jaar Atajestr nar tifian Sa. order the fal
-Ula? la all respects, at what has been dr|ermi_?*l fur the ?up
prwutoi. aa?t punraturi'-tit of the ?lave trade hy the resolution of
tito lokal <-T-J_?_-tli>?. of _oti(-r?ae ?ad Se_?t<* loMl d?finillvvSv
oa lae 111? ot July of the currant year. In ?hat ronocrus ?Jin
A-U'.Ie? towra m aathMf tha? ia au? psrSstly hrym\ ia what ia
proposed ; end. rflntiv?-) to tha I Vu i n ?ula this (iovernment
rlsfllr aaserae? all the rtspoaisi-illty of the mt, that if al ?uy
KaM it be sentaad of having saaated obedience t?i le^|?Uii?.
memantm (?eSeaent in the last form which waa ?asused as bein*
merely a ref dtartoni it wUt al way? be ready to answer, ana
will anawee byjt-stdfrlnf itentt t#_?oimli th?' ??luoeitlnu of what
is a?<tislly peeing in the world, that If it sesleoted
taea* Brems, it was not to i-ministe lights, but
to ststtiui them- nu? le ill?! irti lb? fouatry
bal lo elaaeSa It? uiforost? bl fair?-not to stnaairle and bery
baneath Ike wssxht ol s Wind and arbitrary rte? ision Mis
??taaioni of public opihion. b?it la ra.iii m its jual d?'?irn*. sad Its
carry intai pnvrtioe in the finsernmeat of oar altra maritime
province?, and admit UM actsoii of the conrf? wiih tb? proapU
?ml? winch oonasinpoTaneoiiaaeeiits imp..??* "
The project o'law referred to by th? royal decree
shows what ?onatitutea offense? under ita intent, auch
as the utting? of veaeala and any other aet done with
them tasait them for the slsre trade, as well as the
voyage na ?ash vessels toward th? ??oast of Afrioa,
whatever immy be their flus*, the acquisition of Hosal
umgtiiot outside of the irieadi of Cub?, Puerto Rleo,
or their adjacent?, an?, their transporta-ion to theaa
i glands or to any other point; UM introdiae
lion mi the same nsgroes into? the isla?''?
referred f? at the presea?* in these jjariadiotional wa?
tera of vos?ala with cargoes of Royal aegroee. Suelo
quent artiste? show tah? ara to be oonaidere_. tb?
originator? of tho offanaa, who are-'-SBBSidBied aooom
pUcaa, cotMcalers, Ac. The punishment of dealh is
'to be riiited on caplaji.. pilot?,, sapercera-ea^ and
mates of the slavery ?essais that say m nie _rmed
resistaiio? OB the coast of Africa?, or th?*? ofii'uba,
or of Porto Rio?, or uri the high seas,
to. tttttiI? of war charged with upturing theos, aad
Uiasaidaaptain?, pilou, supere argpes and malas ot
veeaals that may diaeaubark their craw to ao_?afa?e or
racsoa Raaol? ,or ucsteot or cocstu-imate th-i- intro
dui tit-*, and shouldi u\oero.,ajrtp'iA, .?aiiiaa-? to tha
orew? of vessels of war that may land to hinder th?
theft, er to tb? ptitMl* force on Ula coasts or .*_ the in?
terior of the isl ande of Cuba, Dmrto Rieo CB their ad
j|U\entB. rieavy penalties if both fino and imprison?
meut axe pre-t-nVd tor othtc iHassei of ?(_?_?* in?
coaaestkm with rtti ?nbject. FB view of ?As reason?
given bv the Colonial Minister, IU confocnsity v? itis
th? fall State Council and u_ accordaca? with tha
Cow-cil of Miiiiater., the ?-_!_*._ has decormined Da
decree as follows
AKTICLK I -.t-hir th? pubUcari?? of the ri.taatdeci.-ai
th? Uaiwta d* J?iafrvf. any p?-*?>u of oolor, .'-ian ?titD-*ur
?jhild who mav be ta servitude ao??r prtivinct?? ot Puerto !B-*??
t?r fabo, shall se coestd.'i-ed sa emancipeti-d sod, tree on ti#K
ire the t.'irit???? ot '.tie Peniuvjin ?nd its ?ailjia .tit i.?lun X o?
( n srr.vin?/wtrnin the jurisdiuta-i and ma .time SOIID alba
?Br wbsrevac may be the cutta?? of his laudui* tn mud terri.
tory or taadlag fthaaelf io th? watvt. of Its /-iriadTction More
?iver tfjt i?'rvm of inlor wt>u m a slave. ?4iaa_t ?nj?>v 'li rN".'
tag? of i-_ia_uipetlon and litxrtv. whmevse ellher [ti t a? oom
pitay of hi? tnssWr er seat l?f hint, hu Ire al? wpao lhe tNsritorv
vr vnti-rs ?'.'?tin it.? .orisdjaiuita of any ?fciale whole Simtrry
dot? t"l ?A ?!
ART n -La Brtara t-onttetaraiion of it_ilrWloal? t?f . ttor ?rb?
rons be in servitude to nu ,/ti--_'i.. nteute wr>m*dv ?ill: .???taullo?.
?ntl sal? tos BUsdemesnor ia iimhibiie<? iriruiaaiv en wtma
baiBf sUvaSt ^inisBaioiii Is the yrttulai, with detettj-t- sud pa
aooessunss, mu* be ?mp???'.! shah sa!?f| aaes lu Ita p>rr?.s_aa.
of ila l?liui?ls?>li iib? and !*uerto K ?
ANT S If tl<?. ..? i>Sla.af tin- rt_?caction st?! IBertv anUmtr
?sed tay ar*trte one shall fall on i_.U\lAse_s who. should aav?
a'oina !M 'ho tsi-ntory ?I ttt? l?*_ln?aiu aad its ady^etit? la *1r
rue id a soalen?!- of' ile r?..irt? of kthm aad Puerta Klee?, bela<
?l?vsa there, th? ivhule or part of >.!.*? ladawnity, wh.oh was to
tie erpri-te?! for tb? sale of the ?lava, in? .aient ipaled, Bild
? IIMII IS prohibited, aball be ?atsaSait ia the naaaaor whick sp?
i-uU BarovisioDS iiisv atete rai ne ia eavrh easei Said l atlas? ?I ty
shsii tiver be ?realer than the atarasa of what uiwht have
'??a ^reduced by the siljuda-sttea of the slave at paibim aao
I?V0
ABT. I. wt M. sale ea ???rvaiit of erl?e has for its pargee?
th? |'?VIB?BI mt ottelt ot utottom thsae shall ba oflctsUy de
vlared.' Ia all eaass th? ?lavs ?m?.-.fia?a?t><l hy oni; Inii tri the
I'esin.iila shell reatan! ?UBJM?? la ooe?)lrWti as a tra* stan las ?a
?'.eiEcity losas? si d <t?ias?-?s sad a-lvil respoasi?ililies ou the
t?rt_s pras?iibed by the law?.
AST. J. The coloatei minister t'llraroar shall llrtate the io
smietloas seedAil t? the i-imuiloo of the prsaeat daoraeaad
fer rte Mfauiaaiioa of the preeadal ?st s bli? h mea I? ea saoS
terms ss to b? able m carry tnl? ?feot theraoa law SSBISBOSB
?eferre?) to In Arl is?? I.
Ii??? silks Pslsee ua Ike ?_? of SeaUnber. 1SSA ?adsr UM
K.ival Kiitoi te, 1 li? -lititater Sir the (,oi?iai?s
Au. Iivuao l'Astao.
FIGHT MITH INDIANS.
av riLsssara e? rea ??ia??-.
ST. Lona, Oct. 34.-Laste adviees Croia Mootaaa saf a
party ef mountain mau, who had totoaopmA at UM iitouth
. tf Milk Uiver, war? attaaaad by a bmoA ot SO ?tow? la
diana, aad after flea Boura' tlghtiag the Indians wee?
diawa off with a loaa of ?I killed. 'lae wbit?shad fr'ii
killed and ??varal wousded.
CUBA.
ttit CAPTAIS a-WEBAI. TO IA BAIIBVAD-TBB ?OBSBB
B1BTBDSV.
BV tiiisatri fe ras raiasaa.
Ninr.(-mia-ABS, Oct. 24.-Havana date? of th? ItVth
SBv I is freelr reporte?! that ('?plain Qsasril I^mandt w?M a<v?a
ha relleeed and ?kat kia ?aoeeasor l?ft laadrtd ?MI the luth mal
Tbegaeen's birlhdsy wss oelebratsd as a hr.tids) Alwol
lOOO? troot? wer? rertssaj ky 11M Cental? Qaaanfl la kka
sreaaace of ??.>?i*? |Mop?e

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