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V?"-XXXV1I1...N0'11,737.
NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1878.
PRICE FOUR CE.VTS.
A.T. STKWARTSBODY STOLEN.
THEF1MILY VAULT IX TIUSGTl Y RIFLED.
* B the HWMCllWHt * DARK AVO iuist
KH.HT THK ROBHKKB BKMOVE THK BODY WITH
?r aTTBACII.no AITE.HTION-A Utrm 8TAT
1S( tBAT A BOBBEBT ?>F THK OBAVB WA* IN
'^l ,?_!>!? IHHOK OF A WATCUMAN 1 81I0KT
ti'mi: Birom: the cbime.
?n,.. ^BitttM dtaeotwy that Awmoct t.
Btewarta body had been etolen froui tho fam
ilv vauit in thia city was mado ycstorday
niormug. The vault, wliich is in St:
M irkHj Churchyard, had been openeri by robbert
durins tbe ni.ht. The diaoovery ?? ??*|
aevt-r-w
after the robbcry had
wu conipleted, and the police have failod
io fhid any clew to tuo robber9' ]t
js behVvcd tlmt an expectation of a roward for
t|,o return of the reinains WM the only faMMK
tive to the criuie. A letter was reoeived somc
tiiue aKo threabeuing the removal of the
body if ujoiuy were uot &<nt the writer.
A wmtoMT waa employed to guard tbo
vault, but WM disuussed only a da.v or two
a>'0. The body ia in an extrvine sUte of de
C(tU)lK)rdti0D. _
THE D180OVERY IN THE CHURCHYARP.
B0\V THE THEFT WAS ACOoMPI.IMIED -VHKY UV1I.K
U FT BEHIND BY TIIE BOBBEK* BV WHICH TIIKY
CAN BE TBACED?ACTION <?K THi: POUCB?
6TATEMEST8 OF JUDGB HILTON. COMMISMONKB
MCllOLS >NO OT1IBBB
Fraucia Farker, the awiatant-sexton of t?t. Mark s
Cburch, uolot-ked the gate ot tho churchyaiJ ui ?
*look ycderday morning to begin bia day'a labor.
A? he enter.d. something unuaual in the appcar
ance of the plnee arreated bm attention. Bevond
?otnetreea whicb atood itwthe churchyard he saw a
heapof newlv-uptnrnedearth. Ho ran to the spot,
?nd made a dmcovery which fillfd him with a tern
ble fear. Tbe layer of earth above one of the vault*
had been removed, and ? atono which had covered
the entranoe had been thrown on one sidc. Froin
the opeu vault oame an odor of putrefaction. lt
uoededonlya baaty alanoe to tell hiiu that tbe
vault waa that in wbich had bccu placcd tbe body
of Alexander T. Btewart.
l'arker ruatied out of the chorchyard and ran to
tbe oflii'f'of Oeorge W. Hamill, tho aextoti of tho
cliiuvh. Ahuost breatbJcsa with exciteiuent, he
told Mr. HaunU his fean*. Tbey roturrud to the
cburtlivard togi-thf-r, and Mr. Hainill wont mto the
vault. J here he ma<le the diorovery that Mr. Stow
art'i body had been itolen. '1Tm> top of tbe strong
cedar hox coutainiug the cothu had been
pned ofl, and the lid of an henuolh-ally
waltd leaden case had kw cut away.
Tbe cothn-lid had been uuscreved fn?m )ts
p(*ition and removed to one side of the vault. The
bodyof Mr. Stewart with the clothiug had becu
takenaway. The t-hieves had al?o enrried off tbo
?olid iilv? r plate of the cofflu. on wlneb tbe name,
aire and date of death had been engraved. Thev
badleft belund theni a dark-lautcin, a small iron
kborel andapiece of rope tied about one of the
ptoiui* whuh had eovere?l the entrance to the vault.
Botb tbe tdiovel and tbe lantem were ncw and bore
co maiks by which tbey could be traiH'd to their
owuera. The iuterior of tho vault waa till. d with
an intolerable odor.froin the eofiiu, iudic.it iuii
that the body waa niuch decomuosed when
lt waa removed. The odor could be porceived
plainly while Btanding ucar the eutrauce of the
vanlt.
When the report waa sprcad throughout the city
that tbe bodyof Mr. Stowart had been taken froin
iterestiug phwc, itwaa rec^ived witb mcreduhty.
That tbe tomb of a millionaire, in a central ]?art of
tbe city, had been riiied, seemed too astonihhiiijr to
be belicved. It wau not long bofore the n poit was
known to be true, aud the accounts of the robbcry
produc^d a profouud aenaation m all piiitsof tbe
city. Judpe Hilton drove to Police BeMqUTteW
aWut 10 o'clock. Ho bad been iuformed <>f t Im rob
bery about an honr before by .Mr. Hamill,
aud behadalao vLsited tbe cburdiyard and looked
at the nlmidered vault. He (fave tothe pol><e ???
tboritics their firHt iiformation of the robberj'.
I'olice Commisrtioner Nicbola, laayeetor Munay and
luapector Hilks who wiw actinpin plaoeof Superiii
tendent Walling, conaulted with Mr. Hilton, and it
was deeided to aend out an alanri to every nncim t
Jn the city. Insp< < tor Dilkn wrote tho following
order aud bad it seut out over the police w bPM !
To all I'rettiteU:
TUe lfiuam- of A. T. Stcwart were liist n\jihl Ito'rn
tnm tiie fitmiiv vunit la bw Maik'a etrarehranl. The
?u?kft wa? fouud brokt-n ?n<l th- ikmIv rmaoved. 1 ?
t.womiumition <it the li-malii-i in ko ?.n?-n?.ve tiuit tlicy
t.uuiot be conc-ale'l. Tbia la apparrat trom KtandlDK nt
tb<- ojHUiunof ,he vault thia nioruinir, eon?i-qu>fltlj it
r.-iiiiiot be taken acro?i ti.e f<-rrl?-a or plu<td :yiywhcre
iilxive KTouno wttkoviBlaeovery. <'iiu^erti'ment s.-aicn
to be uaade In yooi preciucr, ?? tliareuiaiua wcivevi
dfutly etolen iu the hoj?e of rewurd.
<-j?med.) Is^pectob Dimc*
Captain Kcaly. of the detcctive forcc, calb <1 to*
ftether all the detei-tives on dnty at the Ontral
t'ffite and aent them out la a'arch of clewa.
Couiuiissioner Nnhols aud Inspectcr Murray pot
into Judge Hilton's carrlage and drove with liiin Io
tl/e i-hiircbyard at Tenth-?t. and 8e<ond-ave. Many
ponOM who had bOM niformed of tlie lobborf bad
Kathered alnrnt the cburehyard, but were jirevnitrd
fiotn entering l>y the bigh iron fence whicb inclosed
Jt. Tbey alood in groups on the aidewalkf BBdfBlod
at the few policcuieu aud citizcns who were cxain
ming tbe vault.
Thedetecnvea who eznmmed the cburehyard and
tbe vau'.t fonnd very little whicb tbey helieved
WOoJd be of value m tbeir Bcavch for the robbcic
The gronnd wa? coven d with tbi<k, clohcly OTOPped
grasswhicLhadnotreo IvcdauvUll-taleimitrcKsiMiH
cf iiuh'm hct, an<l thcro were no foot-prinlH on the.
eartli whicb tbe tbicvea had tbrown aside froin the
\ault entrance. At a diKtaneo froin tlie vauit hi.v ?
plank, tiKcd by tlie attendantH at tbe church in low
enug cofniis into the vaulta. It had been tafcon
frnm ita poaitioti and nscd by the tbieves,
l>ro?>ablv to pry np the utoue which bad
bnrrcd their entranco mto the Vault. Utider
tbw pla:.k was fouud a pioot ol a BOVSpaper, cruni
)>led and ?oiled, a-? thoupb it bad boefl nsed by OM of
llie tliitvf s in orlfiafl ?ff BBOBO 'iisid liom bis hands.
Tbe paper was perfectly (iry. Al it bad raiii.d
duriuK tbe great?r part of tbe nipbt. thia waa be
lnv.d to be an indication that tbe roldxry WMOOBV
niitxcd at an early hour yestcrday moniiiii,', atter
tbe ruin h.id OOMOd.
IKMV tiie HoBnri:i OBTAIXEO kvjisam i.
Mr. l'arker, thea?siHtant?exton, aaid that when
l.i- rame to the cburch in tlie morniug he found tli"
Itat'es of the churchyar.l locked, and that ho liad
mm 11 that they were all locked on the ptOVlOM
tvciiing. His alateinent led to tbe bclief
Ih.tt the robbers h id lifted the body ot
Mr. Stewart over the iron fence ut one
??f tbo 8idcn ot tho cburehyard. Tbe
Itnce wuhexamincd cIokcIt. but notbing conld be
fonnd Io indicato tbe place wh^re the body waa re
niored to the aidewalk. On tbe north aide of tbe
MoJ tbere ia a /.?rrow iron gate openiug on
>;irv(!uth-st. Aii e.xanunation of tbe |?adlock which
faatenstbiairatc reault<"d in the diacovery of HOine
?and which aeemed to have been bft on
tbe lock by the hancbj of aouie pernon who had been
taaipfring with it. lt waa diacovcred olso that tbe
padlock w.ts not faatcned iu ita ufual poeition.
Thia aronaed t% aaapieion tliat the robbera poOBBBMd
a key tothe lock, and had naed the gate iu enteriug
and leaviucr the eburcbynrd. iMfOOOM Murray
took Mr. P&rkcr aaide aud qinatioued him cloaely,
*ithwhat rdult ho waa uot willing tocominuui
OJOB,
Tbe boldncas of the robbery waa | ?nrpriae to the
Pfllke. The cburehyard cau be viewed plaiuly
fr'Ti. iVnil, and Eleventh-ata., aud from Hecond-ave.,
? aud ia utuated in a part of the city wbich is niuch
ftt^uented by p?'deatriana at all honra of the uight.
*U cold and xain whicb proyallad ?a \Vtduv?day
night were of great Bervice to the robbers in pre
venting tbeir being diseovcred.
It was lean.ed tbat the robbory of Mr. Ptewart's
tomb had been attcmpted u month before, and tbat
the oocurrence had bcf n kept from tho knowlodge
of tho polioe. Early on the morning of October 7,
it was diseovcred tbat tho flagstoiie marking tbe
vault had been reuooved. and 1bat the eartb benoath
it had been dugtip toa dcptbofsevcral feet. Itwas
evident tbat thiovea had madc M attenipt to p<t at
Mr. Stowart'a body. but they bad been pfOTOBted
thmugh tbeir iguoranoo of tho entrame. Tho
flag-stone waa not overtbe entrnncc, as they sup
poaed, but m aitnatcd several feet away. Mr.
ilainill repnrted tho OOtllWiM io Judge Hil
ton, and a consultation tll bad as to the
best mcana of giiardiiig tbe vault agatBM
gravc robbers. Tlie Btono whioh niarked tho
poaition of tbe vault ffll plaoed a few
feet furtber to tbe soutb, and a watclnnan WM cn
gairedtopatrol the streot near tiio churebyard at
Difbl TbJt watohinan WM diaoh.nrgcd a few days
ago.
Tbe police eSBTCO*ed the opinioii tliat tho robbery
had rc<m>red the conitilned cft'orts of MTfftl ailroit
and daringtbievea. It neoded st lenst tbwe nu'ii
to enter tbo vault and movo the body. Anotber
nian WM needed to take care <>f a bOTM
and wagnn and be on hand when leojatred. Two
otben doubtloas iruarded the itrueta and hept 0
aharp lookout for tbe approaeh of a polieeman.
Ihe thievea inuat have known the exact apot under
whicb the entrance to tho tomb eould be found, and
Uiin knowlodgo they probably gained by eareful
BMBOBTOBMBtO. Wlien all WM ready tbey took ad
vantage of adark, stormy night. when few MtMM
waro on tlie streets, to entcr the churebyard and de
apoii the tomb.
WHAT JUHIK HILTOM 8AY8.
" Two years a?ro," aaid Judge Hilton, yeatorday,
" Mis. Stewart reeeivod ?v letter tbe purpert of whioh
WM tbat tbo hodv of Mr. Stewart wonld be taken
fKM the grave ?nlwe.doMOndlfor ??iinjiriTttvM
plied with. The letter WM ahown to me.
1 was in rcroipt of thousands of Mflk hyena
like lottera; MM written in red iuk to
aiuiulate ldood, otheis from apiritnalists. toll
mg what Mr. Stewart eaidlirom tlie epirit-land,
but all deinanding nioney. Thia letter. like the
othera. WM ilcatroyed, and 110 attention paid to its
fltwtffltt 1 had neaily torgottcn tbe cirruihstam .-,
nntil aboutamonth ago, whou tbo acxton of St.
Marks, Ooorge W? Haiuill, canie to uie ae I was
Btandingin front of tb" Tenth-st. fltore one ?lav.
and said tbat he tbOBfht boiiio pofMMBBdbeefl
tampcrmg with Mr. Bt< wart's grave. I wetit t<>
tbe churebyard, and tbe sexton poiuted out
tliat the olab whicb reated oTer tlie vault hnd
been inoved as if MM ono had pried it out
and foigotten to replace it m its aocket.
He then took tne to tlie gate whith lo<l
from the graveyard into Klev.ntb-M., and ftbowed
wbeie the lock, aeomiuou padloek, bore inajks of
having been ttmortd nn<l rep'aeed in |M wiornf
lmk. Tbe lock bad aand ujmiu it bb if a hand
Btnearcdwith eartb had toMMd it.
"1 wua convum^l tbat MMMbing wm wn?f,
and said to tho aexton, ? Wbaf < an M tlinr m.?
tivft' He K)?li.<i tbat tlx- \mynm\9U ba4 K""<
aliroad tliat tluie was pnld Ud ^ilvi-r j.late on the
cotlin. TlWBeWMapenM the tune liad given ac
(i.inits of the ??xnavatfaiice of tl.e fUM!'??!.
Ud the obj.'.f <?f ritiing the vault niffbl
be to MMM tho preemus m tal. 1 uck-d
bim what to do, and hc auggOKtcd moving the alab
whieb reated over the vault to auother plate. I
thonght it was a irood idoa, and told him to k<? alu ad
and remove it: also to get a new lock for the gate,
and to hirea wutchman for a uioiith to gtiaril tho
" iiienext uioramg I went Io the cburcliyaid and
foiind tbo Klab removed to a sjiot thut.v feet dU
tant, and tiio MM it had DM>h4MdMdWW.
On the iteb ni eni * A. T. BMwart, 1'annly
VaalU' Tbe Dew look bad been placed on tba
gate, and tlie t^xi<.u toM iue a wal< lnnuii
hud been eaployed. I faneied 1 bad dane a
Binari niiiig. TbeMZtnnMidUm( ttieouly peraooa
tliui knew of tbe teiDovaJ of tbe riab wew bbi ;
deput/,Fraack l'arker, and btnoslf. Tbeonly i? i
M.n I mentlooed the f-..< t t<. mu Mr.Libbejr. I j
nerci wid ? word uf n to Un, Btewnrt; oouee
nuently tbe bnowledge ?>f tbe leaofoJ ra eonnnwd
to foorMtaoM, tbe oexton, tbe depnty-eeiton, Mr.
Libh.-y and DJMlt Ifstten WOBt on ainoothly,
and lahl Mondajf tbe watchnian's oerTlOM WOW dio*
poMed with.
" Yc-steiday morntng Haiuill eame fo my boue
and infiraiid mo tbat tho trravo lia<l
been rioed. 1 wm Mtowided. I woeoeded
to llic rtpot With the atxton. I saw tliat tt was loo
tme. Iheodor fkooj tba tnollMwe ayafoaebed it
was t-t-rnble. On the jiilt of tNob earth lay aahovol
?a ntw firo a!iov<-l?and the dark-lauUrn with it?
new bull'aiye. 1 nr o BaffetOMI MTOted the en
ti.i ee to tlie vault. and tbe preoiHion and aceuracy
witli whkb the t.'.ilh had boei duir down, ev.n tO I
blit'l hreadih with the sides of tho eentral fliig
atoiM-, ibOWed tbat au cxpt rt had done tbe woik,
wbo knew the exaot poaltioi <d tbe OtOMy although
it WM ? fOOt decpin tho eartb. The eentral Btono
had been removed. The body bad laiu in tho
eentral part of tbe vault. Tbo lid had hein uti
Btrcwed from tbe onter c*?ftin t the lca<len caae was
cutthrough, tbo luner eofiiu opciied, and tbo body
of Mr. Stewart was itoue."
" Wai tbere anything in the manner of the Bexton
at thiB tnnu whicb might direct suapiciou toward
hiuiT"
"Ido not wleb to cast BUflpicion upon anyone,"
repli.d Judue Hilton, " and will exprea? no oi?inion
uutil the factfl have been ascertaiued. Uut if you
iutniHt your pMbot boob to a nian aixl be OOMM t?i
you and says it ls lo?t, what wonld you think t Th<
?an, to aay tbo leaat, OShibHed no aniu-ation of
manner, aml displayed no Bynipathetic feehng nob
as one wonld Mippoaeaman in his powition wonld
BboW. I tiuestionod hna cloaely, and then
told ti i ni to utay tbere until I retuiii'd.
l drore Bow?toFoUM Hotdwortoto mt lofbiawl
tbe authoiitieB. A gt-neral nlaini WMMOt out im
nit diateiy, as it was the opiuion of the headquartcrH
no ii as wi 11 a? myn< lf (1 bave done DOt a litlle
d. t?itivo work in my lifetinn i) tbat ihe body of Mr.
Stewait eonlil lmt have bern earried heyond tho
my iiinits, uiore eofootallf over tho ferrlee, owtag
to tlie Jion id Hinell tbat proctedod from it. Any OM
wbo MO witniKs.d the exhuiningof a corp?e, uft<r
it bas been long huiie<l, knovs what a terrible odor
it gives fortb, Coounioctoner Miebbbi and iMpoetot
Monay MITOd OM tbftt the 3,000 BOfMOBMMI in tbis
city wonld (lisiov.rlbe body. Tbe L'oiuuii.sBioncr
and Inspeetor then atepped mto the carnage and wo
dtovc lapullv baek to tne churebyard. Tbeae gen
tbui'n olooolj cxamincd the riilod vault and bOBtd
tbe sexton's atoiy. The aceuracy with wbieh tho
carth bad been cut down even vvitb the edges of tho
tential dagatone was a causo of reiuark to
th.iu tbe tirat tbiug. Tbe deputy-sexton, Tar
ker, and tho watchmau wcre ?cnt lor, and
after being fMOMOWOd cloaely they were
handed over to tho OMtodf Of Inapector Murray.
1 hud tho vault OMOod over and tlie Bod replaoed.
"Aaiugular circumatanee. whicb seerns to prove
tbat tbe vault was oneued juat before daybreak tbis
morning, wa.t tbe fact tbat a copy of Jhe .\ew-York
Heraldoi Hepteniber 24 waa found under aboard
wbieh was used by the sexton in loworing bodies
mto tho graves. ThiB plank was found leaning
againata troe. The uewspt^-r was crutupled m>
and soiled as if a person had been wiping hia
haude on it and then thrown it away.
It waa perfectly dry; tf it had been thrown on
the grouud before 3 o'clock tbis morning tt WOWJd
have been wet by the raln whicb lell, I am told, un
tilthatbour. 1'bere nmy he notbing in this clr
cum?tance, but 1 niade them secufc tbo MMr."
"U it true, Judge, as teported, tbatMr. Htcwart
wao buried with thrce inarl Btude in bis abirt
front V
"Ko.it M uot true,'' ?a?d Judgo Ililton, with a J
half atnile. " Why, BIr. 8tewart wonld have tnrned
over iu bia grave if be had anv idea that tbree pearl
atuda were to be waated in that manner. He waa a
very plain man in bis dresn. He Bjaai to wear a
arring for a watchchain, and wonld ncver get any
other. I tldnk he, waa proudcr of that watchatring
than of all thcrest of bia ponoasl attire put to
Kcther. Why.it waa nc>t uiitil atnuir tbree years
lieforehisdcath that I mduced him while iu Paria
to purchase a pair of pold llopTO buttona. Mr.
Stewarl was a very plain man in bis drooa."
" Was thejo Diuch foM and ailver-jdating on the
coftin V
"Very little. Tiie body bad tbree aafWMtflfB
fust, the ouU-r or rooewood coffln; tbcn, wiihin thia
tbolaadeacbooincbming the coftiu which b'bl IM
body, This Jont eofla waa eorotwi with Hteb
cl.ith, frlngod with g.dd bullion, all plated with
gold. The inside of tlie colliti was lincd with wfcita
satin. and onthide. where tho four corncrs of the
Vclvctcover were drawn togetber, they were hcld
totretber bv a volid silver p'ate, M which waa en
irruvcd Mr. Stcwurt's nanie, with tho dalca of his
birth and dealli. This was tbe only |?iece of aolid
Bilveron the eoffbj, and until luformcd by the sex
tOO, I waa unaware thnt even this was >olid ?Ot>l
" limv was tbe body dreaoed I"
?? It waodreaoed in ? blaek aatt with ? wbtracra
vat. At (leatb lt was vi-ry emaeialed, and coiild
have wdgbed H4-an elv eigbty BOBBda,"
" What <lo you think waa tho obj-ct of ttOBliBf
the bodj T"
" lt is an tafanooa attenrpt to extort money
froin nie?one <>f IhoBOBIlde Hut althouirh I aru
williiiK to h|Miid uny amoiint toiBeovaf the body,
and brtng the perpetrataratojoottce, 1 do not iu
tend to yiehl a cout to a schenie of blacktnail.'
"shall you offer o reward V
?'lahallbo guided bv whaf the r.>mnnasiniicra
tcll me. Tbey n..v tbe2,900polilceneti eaa reeoYet
tln body if it ih in th<- city. and tlml it Ifl tbeybava
nodoubt. It was uiy lntciiiion to have tlie body rt
inov.-d ahortli to tbe crypt pnaariag l"i it la the
Qardoo City Catbedrai,and Inadaaado aay plaua
aecordingly. lt la a beantifnl crypt, octagunaltii
abape, inlaid with ?<>lid aarble, ocaaBaowtod with
atatoary and ataiaed phtte frlaaa,"
Jndge Hilton called to a boy u> brrag lnni a 0W
biirn ol tln> crvpt aud jHiintcd out the uany featBfea
of it and Of HM Cathodial. Tbcn, ndling BB the
drawing. be aabJ with a abakc <d tbe bead lliat tbe
arcbitecta weto ebargtag him inn.it aaebxtotian
BfieBB. ? , , , . ,
"Howia Mr*. Ktewort atTreted hy this piofan
an 'ii of Iu r bnabaad'a tonib l" ue .-. a- aahed.
?*1 have not I'.hl Mr?. Btcwarl yet," be aain, "ond
I donottblnk abe knowa it. I have bcea rerj
baa] and ha\ e DOt beofl ahle io BM In r. 1 ain gniug
to Police HeadqnarteH bob io aeaif bbj dennite
liiforniatlon baa been diaeovered. and ttutil aoaae
thinn furilnr h:.s Im.doao in tie ca?e I raanot
oay what my I oiir-e BBBJ be, BXOOai th.it 1 rdiail
tryeverj m??notoweov?rtbebodjr.''
'??WawMr. Hamill th? nndertakei ?%!.<> bad ebarn
of Mr. btewart'a bnnal f , ,,,
"He waabothandertakprand aexton. I ?lid not
know tiiin Iroin anybodyetae, bnl waewdd ibathe
bad bcea f"r mauv reara a aoxlou ai KCMacma
Ubnrch aad a aeaiber of iis co?giecauoa.a
dMuaafjoxn Mdiot'a btoky.
I'nli.e Coiiiiiii.-.kiiot Ntebota, vbo a^edMffaaiod
Jadfe Hilton on bis visit totbo gmvB yoototday
iiinrning, was fouud Bl l'oli.e BoadojMrtan uIhjui
?1 i>. m. He aajd :
" Jadgo Hiiton cflme to PolieoHeadqurteii this
aioruiag greatly exi Ited aad otated to bm tbal Ib ?
rauit coBtaiaiof tnoreaulaa ol A. T. fJtowaxt bad
been braken mto, tbo <"ftiii opeaed and tbo body
hiol.'ii. liie htaitniik; BOWO WB1 coinmuiiicaU-d at
OBOa io iMfMCtOf Murrav, B/bo OBtond tlie rooin at
tbal lU'-.iniii. Ihe oaoowM fmly esalaiaed ooth
tolaapeeloi Mmravnd RayoaU by Jadtp* IHHoB),
?ndweeooaulted inregatdto Itfot aaBBOtiBM, lt
h . med beot botb to tbo iBopeetoraBd m>>?;lf that a
general alarm abould be aeut out to the poltoo
j.r.-.imts fbnagbOOttbo city. This waa ilauiedi
at< lv donc."
'?('.ui'iiiii -loinr, docs if aasoj to you impofaible
for tbO tnsly to bt taken BCraaj tlie latlioi or placcd
any a licn abOTC groaad without dbwoforyf
?' Ko, i! dooi not ; but it MOBBod ko to Ju(i?e BU*
ton. ai <1 ili'lOtdef was worded iu accordaowo with
bia a nbea."
?? Waa tbootoaeb yerjr offoaotva I"
?? s.ioil'. nsive tbal I ooald not n mntn ?BTVBetB
aeartfai month of tbo vaolt lt waa amot oBWaai
[,lg. bnl Tie tbwrei probabJi had applianccs to
eouu(4 raoi thav
HJudge Hilton, iBopeetof Murray and m\>ilf."
. imtiuoed tbe OoMBMBioBor, " "ft'-f tblo eoaanlta
tion. drove baatily iu Jadgo Uilton'a < arriaft to tho
graveyard. MeanwhUe JodgoHiltoB told bm bado*
lail tbo f;?. tri of the ease, Ho apoke of
Wra. UtewarVa reeeiylag a lottot atatioi tbal a rob
bery ol tbe graYO waa iBtendod, Wbon the night
watcbBiafliwaa aaiployodto gaaid tho graveyard
t|, . police v i' uot inlolined, as tbey iJBPBjd buv.i
been. Had wokBOWBol this tbraatOBiBg httcr wo
wonld have dotalled a apeeial patrolniaa togoaid
tbeplaeo, and this erime n:iiiht iia\o been pre
veut'd. Upoa "ur ariiv.il at the gnn eyard, In
k(? , tOI MSJ l.l.V illlllie?lialel.v HIllllllKHied tbe M-Xtoll,
Oourgo W. Hamill; tbo depntj aextos, Prancai
Parker, and tho disobarged wateBaaaa, and ex?
Hiniiied thein at BOflK loagtb. Tiie reaoitofbai
cxaiiimation I uln Bot at llheilv to Btat* llole
a-ere do traeoaot fbotnitepa ruuble ol Bny acconnt.
Ihe wik waa don? with neatneaa aan
diapatcb. Tbe robbera took tbo only meee
ot aohd mlver on tbe cofBB, tbe plat**.
My tbeory la that tbey were experta, judgina f? < ?=??
tbeakilfol manner in wbich th.lli" lld wai ie
moved. Thero wero indicatloaa tbal a li"i -^- am \
lieoaataadiBgia Klevenin-at., oeat tbe earbotoiie
by tbo graveyard, and i thiuk tbe Itody v^ im
taken ont of tbe eoftta, earrled earefnlly to the
fence [a bigfa Iron one), ilfted "\'-i it, .<n<\ plaee I Iu
iiMin?le conpo* whicb whm iu wattlug, aaddriveu .
od."
StAir.MINT OF OEOBOR W. IIAMIII..
OoOffO W. Hamill. the BOXtOfl aud uiiil. ri.ikci, |
aaidyeoterdayi "OnbelngtoldbyMr. Parker thia
morning that Mr. StcwurtV vault had becB OBCflcd, |
Iraaat00)00to tho BBurcbyard aud ratered tbe
vault. Tho atroog bo> la wbleh llr.8towart'a body
had been placcd had BOi lucn niov.d Iroin
itv, pohi'ion, but the eovering bad becB pri?ii offaad
lay <in tho iOBC of tbe vault. This Imx bad con
tauieda loiliu annonndod by a kad eaac to prevent
tbooaeapooi fonlodora, Tbe top ot the leadeaec
bad boeu <nt away with a katfe, TboeoAn ltd bad
BlaobeeareflMTod aii<i tbo eoAa waa aaapty, Xol
? tbagla abred of tbo elotbea roaaabaed, Tbe tbievro
bad BYidoBtly ptoood tbe body naa bag <>r bobm
otbec eoYonag, Only one of tbe throe atom ? whicb
i overed ili?- antnusoc t<> tbe \ anll had baea roaaoved,
aad the ajieiture tinih iiiiile waa Bearcely bnrge
OBOBgh t<? allow two BBOB tO OBtOff tbe \aolt ti>
gatber. Wbea the oadaa was kfl ia tba raall
thero was BftbtBg on it of any valuo n
rept tbe solid ailvet phite, wbieh waa wartb
:i)miii( ^;io. This plate w.\<i Babariag, Mr.
BteWBlt'a brwlv was dreaoed f?>r bnnal in
a line broadcloth ??uit. Tbota WOXB BO arlielet of
icwclrv on tho body. Tho only iuoti\e for tbe rob
boij that I eaa iBsagiae i? tbe axpoetatioa of a re
Waid f"i Ihe return of the body."
6TATEMRNT OF 1IIK ASMHIANT iKXTOX.
Fraiu is 1'aikei, thea Mstaiit BeXtOB, WMOBgagod
ychterday in replacinx tbe turf o\n tbe Btewart
vault wben be wob BBbod fot Infonnation by a
TuiiiiMi: reporter. " I haven'.. BMaeb to tell," be
aaid. " I camu hcrc at 8 o'clork thia nioruln/
and s.iw that thn vault bad baea OBOBOd,
Then I weut and told Mr. llninill, wiio cauie
and weut mto the vaulf. Ho fouud that
Mr. Ktcwnrt's botly bad been atolen. 1 was bere as
lato aa 4 oVIock ycaterday afterBOOD, aud evciy
tbiuK was all rigbt tiien. Iwokodtotbogatooof
tbe churchyard beiore I went away, and tbey were
all loekod. Tbey were locked wben 1 came beie
agaiu this moniing. That io all 1 know about it."
1HL CHUBCHYAKD AND THE VAUIX
aiii:ai:anci: of the auotKDS?jih. mewaui's
rrftrgnati
St. Mark'b Churchyard is on aticicut-looking
plot of erounU ou lb? ?e?t ?ld? of fceoond-arc, BOOWOOB
T. ulh aud IJiveiitb-ita. It 1? luchi.e.t by tJo
cburch buiitliuic on one alde, and by a atroug
Iron f'.iu.e on tba otber tbree aldea. A
few tall treea tbrow their ahade orer tbe
cloealy-vropucd irraw whicb growa over tbe vjulia,
Jlu ii- ara no. luonumenU io tbe ehmeUrard,
and tho only tudlcationa of tlie "\nulta beucath
- " ~?c? FirtB l'age.
THE NOVEMBEB ELKCTIONS.
THE REPI'RLICAN (JAINS INCREASING.
TttK DEMIM RATIC MAJOIUTY Dl THE HOIPE
BRDQCBD TO FOUR, W1TII PRORABILITIE8
THAT IT WILL RE INCREAHED?WIIEKE THE
LOBtOM AND SAtM HAVE REK.N MAUE
EI.KVKN UREENXACK MEN ELECTEI).
Tliolatest olootJOl ntitriiH indieate tlifi cleo
tion of 1 :J3 KepublieunH, 148 Drmocrate and
11 (Jrectiliaek inen to Congreas, thus giving
thfl Democrats only 4 majority over all in
the House. This majortty will probably be
inoreaaed by later re/iorts. Siuce >Vcdne8
day tho RcpnldicanH have guincd 1
iiioiiiIkt in Illinois, and 1 in Nnrtli Carolina,
Mjd loat 1 iu Minmvota. Tlie PetnocnitH
have lost 1 in Illinois (William 11.
Uorriooa), 1 in MiaaoBri, 2 in North
CbtoUbb, and 1 in TflXBO. Tbey have
gained 1 in LeBJoiBBfl and 1 in Minneaota.
Tho (ineii'iKiek nien have loat 1 in Louisi
ana, and have gai led 1 l-ieli in MisHonri,
Noith t arolina and TeXBa, In Ivinttioky, the
ReUBbtfooBfl atc liopeiul of cnriying two dis
tfk'to. Alniual cnniiih te rotimis nre giveu be
Imv from Xiw-llainpaliiif and Khode laland.
BENTTt'RT BEPUBUCAN8 BORffDL
a i iiaV( i: Of MMitiM! iwo COBBBBMMMl I>l?
nuoTo,
IHT TKI.KOKAl'H Tt> TIIK XBJBBBB.I
WaOHIXOTOM, Nov. 7.? Tne following dttpoteh
waa reeetved bere to-day bOBl Eli II. Murray,
< haiiuiau of tbe BePBbUcM BftBM (,'eiitral C'ommit
tee of Kenliukv :
**We ttniik from BjOBgW returno received
ii.ai DU1 (h'.p.) bm earriod the IXtlt
Pmtriet. Proniiuenl Demeeroto eoooede tiua.
OBteial reiuiiM from Hve counties in tho 111*1
Dbitriet obow 1,908 %* foi Rsatei (Bep.) Tho
aaino ratr of L';.in Will ?*Ot l:i::i by -100 mujorit v.
Domoeratk money defeated Beott in LoaawiUe.
Diatrict and Dennjr In the VIMtb."
A t'i KI> >l H CRAROE I* PEN'N'YLVAMA.
SIMRAL Al.ltiiKiu's RUrCTtOM IVOASCKIKI) IIY
a MTOTEBIOVOI BASUBor lTOCBI I IN lHK XI1II
MOTBIl i.
Inv rri MBAFB TT? tiik Tiiiurvr.l
y,w u CnrM, Penn., Nov. 7.?The tight in this
CiiinicMbwl Diotriet (tbe Iltb] ioBot lettled. Tbo
rptoma un t<> ? taiaboMtBdJentedlbootoetloBof
QeiteralCharleeAlbrbjhl (Bep.),bat ? very myoteft
om ehoage in tbe Bgareefa Moawo,whJea ha\e
?tood tiaee Turaday night, mahea theelteOon of
KobertEloti Dem.) pnaetble by78 majority. Tho
offidal retnraa [romthe otbef eoaatfeemay <>ver
cobm ihia. General AlbriRbt had 8,000 majority to
otercome, and by nbraye but BMwted fMMobro
for hanl money, be bM ilBMOt ??i oatte oneeeeded.
E. M. Botlb,
fllditor of ll'< CoaJ Gevotfej
TWOS1 PUBLICAN8INKORTHCABOLINA.
HB. WAI'IH IX I'l ii:.?Ti i> nv A 0RERBWA4 K-BI I I ?'
I.ICA.V.
|bt ti i ooBan t<> tue raiacxa-l
Wir.MiM.'M.x, VI'.. Nov. 7.?DbbmI L Hnsw-11
(Ind.tire.ii.i leeleetod io ilda (tbe Hld) dudrict,
ov. r Alfr.d M. rVaddoD (DeBk) Mr. BmobII ia ?
Kcpuhli. an 00 all qoeOtlCM n<-t nd.ttiug t" tbe cui
roBey,andrecelvod tboooMdToto of tbat party.
With tthout l.uuo QiOMbMhon
JOBBTB 0. ABBOTT.
ONLY HX DSMPOKATB fUMCTtD.
Wit.MlsuiON. N.C., Nov. 7.-Torre OMBM to be no
donhtnowthat tho QlOgfMBlBBOl dettpttOBfrooa
thbt BtBtO Wlll conaiat of alx DOBVMMBI and two
BtpnbHoiM 0 liepublican n*iu of one,
-e>
COMI'LKTINfS THE MASSACIIfSKTTS VOTF.
rVU. BBTCBBO rBOM im: viiini. imii ami miii
ih-iuk ro.
BooTOV, Nov. 7, Coiplooe retarae fi<'m ihe
IXlbaiidXItb IiiMrut. givea tbe following totoll
fnr CoBaMBBBOB :
.T/M l?$trirl.
?<i. I). Ruutaaon (R.).ll,069
j. n. Daubam (D.) .. i.'.?-'?
E D.Lathrovt'i >vd > 7.*!..'
lutai \oie. ...:'o.-''t'
tXIt J'tttnrt.
?Wm. W. R.c (R.)...13.138
l.li Ih.v.i d?.i ?..>.. h,-t'
T. A. HmiIUi (1'ro.) .. '--';t
T.italToU.23,191
R. !>. aMHwtty.... 4,??3.i | Ri|i. majority.... l.J.ll
?BanafBMl
TbeTOte for Govemor in the Vlllth and lXth
ContreockmoJ DbdriotowMM foUowoi
MORBISON. OF ILLINOIS, 1U.FFAU.I).
im: ICK.II ill.l. v.n cankm-ati-. I AI.KIia 1IIK XVI1TII
nivii.i. i im: UtOIOftATCBO m.i'i nt II av.
t'lin Ai.-i, tiov. 7.-//0 /oorMfj SprlBgfbddapo
eialMyetbal private diaMiebee from Demoerntk
Kiiurcea to Wm. K. MorrhMMVa fneBM maobbm ina
di . a by ?'? on Uakii lBep.| in tbe XVIIih Lhatri.t.
w? proditecd ? woMtkw, m IforrioM bM
I. in. rto bad a beary nejerttv m tbat diotnel Tbo
Pnuoi iaia are, bowerer, inelinedtoeow ede li.ikn'a
,.|.,ii, ii. rbe otioT Uonareeeional IWotnote ore
abool Maetil bwi night. TboaMA. Boyd(Beo.)hoe
,, nwjoritv in the IXtb Dietriet <?i oearljr BOO. The
Rrpublieana elaim the eleetion <?' John B. TboBUM
Iu tbo XVI Iltb l'i not by 078 majority.
Cbe Lrffhdatnrt bMorert mbbII BepobUena ma
j..nty probablj not o?eraix, pooatbly leo*
gKVKBAL MJbBOUB] DIBTBICIBt L06E.
un; imii ? BBB1BB nv a ORRKKBACS HK1M UUCAN
? im \ in B10TBIC1 lOOT.
Sr. l.'.fia. N'ov. 7.?A di-pat. h ftOBI BtJoMfb
Boya KlehelM Fdtd (OlMBbMk-llof?bHMB| b
. i,. i.d loto. greoa in tbe IXth DbdriMoyerDoTid
I,,. lUemd, the pteoral iBMmbent, by aboal 1,200
majority. Tbe retnrM from tbe Vlllth I>ia
tii. t indicote tbe eleiitlOB of Saiioi.) I? Sawycr
llndepi ndi nt-IhiBuxrat), or? r John TCroop (Dem.),
bya.it 500 majority. Frooj tbe vith Diatrict
ihe retnnia IndJente the eteetfoa of Jmbm B. Wad
dilKDem.) bj ? alareiit? of 2,000. Tbo Democrate
moke loifogniMio tiua BMtfkt?ooBMoftBOOtWB|i
? at l.'.publi.aii counties ebOBBJag Hiuarely roiiud.
Hoanr M. PoUard iBea), the proaeal iaeaaibeat, Io
nuooobtedly boatM in tbo Itfa Dwtnet by Oidoon
F. Kothwell llteiu.), by obOBl 4.<K><> WaJOtttf. Sol
oioonC. Kit.hcnt(Jreen.)isd.velopii.ga good deal
of atrengib in tbe IVlh Diatiiet, but the returns aw
too m.airio y.t to indhaie Ihe reaiilt. It ia moro
Ibaa piohahh', bowetor, tbat Latwadoi II. Davts
llMin.) will be elccti'd.
.-?
"TuTi^iANA-.s DBLEOAT10H DEMOCBAT1C.
Mlt. AlKLC.N IIAS 3.000 MAJOK1IY IN 1801 HIO WS
TRIOT.
NKW-Oni.KANB. Nov. 7.-Iu the Hld Congrea
aional Diatrict. Joa.ph II. Aeklen (Ind. Dem.) ib re
eleetod by over 8,000 majority against a registercd
BeonhbOM majority iu the diatrict of over 4.000.
l!.Miiaj..r.ty iu 1878WMoatj887. [TbiBgivcBthe
DomoeiaM a aolid delegation.]
ONE DEMOCRAT FROM MINNESOTA.
1IIE IID IHHTRICI I.OST.
Minnkapomb, Minn., Nov. 7.-Nearly romplete
retnrna from the llld Diatrict give William D.Waah
burn (Rep.), for Cougreas, 3,447 majority over Igua
Uub Dounelly (Groeuback Dom.) Waabburn'B ma?
jority in this clty waa 3,108. Henry Poebler (Dem.)
ia undoubtedly elect.d in tbe Ud Congrcssional
Dintrict by at least 850 majority.
ONLY ONE TEXA8JJISTRICT IN DOUBT.
MR. fiCIII.KIClll.lt 1(1 -rl-K.CIKU IN TIIK VIIII.
liAi.VKaroN, Nov. 7.?Specials to The .\nci con
tain ntiirns from reinote counties iu tho Vtb and
Mth t:..ngr..aa.o..nl Diatneta, whicb rodoce the
ma.or.ivof (!corgeW.Jonea (tlreeu.) in tlie Vtb
Diotriet, aud iucreaw Uu?tave Hcnleicber'e majoiity
in tho Vlth. Tho latter ia rcturnod by ot least 300
majority. _
SOME GEOKGIA MAJORITIES.
TWO INOEPKNOKNT DEMOCIJAIS KI.KCTKD?THK
IXrtl DISTKICT BOt BTl'VI..
Ati.anta, (ia., Nov. 7.?Henrv IVrions (Ind. Dem.)
h;ia 3,000 majority in the IVth Coiigressiotial Dis
trict. William H. Felton (Ind. D-m.i BM l?B88 ma?
jority in the VTIth. Mr. Felton ia the proaeut mem
t>er. Joel A. Hillups (I)'iii.) hads Emory Speer (Ind.
Dem.) m tiie LXihby 200, with five cotiutiea to hear
from. It is very douiitful whicb one ia elected.
KVERYTHINO BBPUBUCAN IN NEVADA.
rtYB BCBDBBB oic "IX BDBD8BB MAJORITY XOK
COVOBBfSMRM.
San Fiuni isco, Nov. 7.?A diapatch just rocoived
from ViisriinaCity, N'ev., saya tliat R. M. Dangott
(Rep.) is elected to (Jongress by 000 or 000 ma?
jority. The wholo Repuldiean ticket ia elected.
TBB VOTK IN BHODE ISLAND.
BABBOOMR .MAjoiniiK.a i or IWO niTtnt ican
COXOBBMMBB?A MAJOHITT e>K 4,013 IN IHE
1TAIE.
The latest figim r fioni Kln ilclslond on tho
voU) for CMaMOBBM are eivcn hWow. wnh the votea
raal In 1H7G and lt)74. In Um Lt Diatrict Nelaon W.
Ahlrieh (Bep.) bua a iliniiliry of 4,030 over Thon.aa
Davta (Ht-iii.),eada BOfonty <.f MOBovoroO. Lycur
mia BaykM ((ireen.) leeetveO 027 vetee, and there won
i.Imi io.j BtatteiUM vetoe. Jto.it <>f ihe acutteritiK vote
was eaet for Beajoatla T. Imm (Rep.), ttoamaaM
nmrntar, wiio <!? <? i.n.-<t to raa aizaiu. in 1870 Mr
BMMMBJMmJerity waa 3.413. Tlie Ud District reelecta
Latnoer V, JUiloa (Rep.) bv 1,031 iilurul.lv over
Jororhmiil It. BOIMBT (Dem.), himI liy 708 majority
over all. Taeet were 311 Uraeataek votea for John
Franeta Miinth, :iU'l J5 aoaltarlDi: vote*. Mr. Rallou'B
ma|orltr iu 1870 wus 1,997. XM BOpOBlmMO bavo
3,070 phuabtf ead 4,?;t3 mforlty in.tbostare. in
liTO tho BiaJorttV w;u 5,250:
-IR78.? ??1878.?? -1874.
ltitt. Hf ?. l>rm. <,rfft\. HtU. l>rm. Ji>// Orm
I.... 5.988 1,338 0'J7.. fl,5io 5,063.. 2.310 ?;>7
II.... 5,50:) 4.530 311.. 7.170 9J995.. MO}L?
Tof.il 11.537 o.o07 938*.. 1540510J58.. 4.078 2,002
1Y!>. 5,070 . 0,337 . 2,586 .
TkJByaartkoreWOW 104 fccatterinj; rotea. nioatly for
fii-iijiiuiin T. E.1.111 s (K< p.?, In tbe l?t iilari Icr, and 19 iu
u.eiiu. Ia 1-570 taareweieiU orccnljack votoa lu the
1*1 Dtatriet, .4ii<i 47 iu tM 111.
THE NBW-HAMP8HIBE MAjAtlTT.
IfiU KKl'UKI.ICAN MAj'iRirT, WITU 10 TOWN8 TO
BRAB IR'?M?adol't 01 BBPVBUCaB MAJORITY
IN THE I.HilaT.AIl.'RK.
Retiirns of tho voto for fiovoruor from all
nv pt 19 lOWM iu B80 HomiUblH aie lnoludetl ln tho
OMlQeleoi tablp. Tbe Repnulliaii tuajorltr for Natt
lii.ol Ia 1.011. aklM wl l bo reduced by tbo returua
from IM iciimliiiiiK B?WaB BeaMea the flirures jflven
katoW, tlnio w.-re 120 M itfi-rinp rotea ruiitfinfj troui
uttiilnif iu (arrollCoaaty ro 28 in Beohhioaom Of the
3u7 irallerme vo;,..:? ; year, Ma B. Koadall (Pro.) re
r.-u.." aiiout 338. lli? volo tfell vear 1B luluded with
tne rwitcrogtobi At BWetoonon f?r oove.-uor uut
Maiefe tho voto atood: B-uJnntn V. Preaoott
IBea.), 39,Dt!2; Fratik A. MeKOM (Deiu.|, 37,
aiio; lamael Flint (Creen.), tJ8| Aaa 8. Keudall
(Vi->.), 'J.'il ; PlaOBOBVn in lorny, 1 .ifJ1* :
.-1H?H.-1-1877.
Krii. I>i-i,i. Ijreiii. 7.Vp. Ihrm.
l'...v
Oouiitiri. Iteu.l. Mc RV.-in. Brnwn. <<'". Marcv.fioat.
Jii-,nini]?. 1309 1,973 2?w.. 2,008 2,2.>2 3."?
Ciuroll. l.i.dJ 1.1*71 4'.'7.. 8,017 2,')''3 '.?
ihcMia.. 8.419 9.164 840.. 8,998 2.008 71
i .. . l,<:i 1.4JJ 509.. 1,073 2.1'?3 67
Uraftou. 4,189 4.""<7 Boa.. ? ii77 4.hj2 11
HilUboroiiH .. 7.455 8,09Ul,4(lt).. 7,'.io<j G.'MO 07
Mirniuack.... 5.434 t.o.j 764.. ?>. ? u f>.4l7 33
UueklBcham.. 5?99 4.190.874.. 8,378 5.420 45
Hti Bord. :t.:.;?7 2v43S 514.. 4,089 3.104 48
8a./va. J.4^0 1.M14 'JJ'J.. i!.540 1,057 15
Total.37,058 20,726 0.1X2.. 40,755 36,721 307
.\...joiil,... 1/KtS . 3.037.
Tbr VOM for OOaayOMBMi m OB the iowiu exonpt
twi iiiy-.?evrn Ia alven below wltu the miiJorltieB 'n 1876.
Ikree BeaabttaOM were elei t?<t:
1H-/8- _ 1876.
;>i (. \trmt?rt-fIcrt. I<r>>. l*m thftm, ItuJ.
I. .i.i,.n.i.? i.. Hall... .!?-?.;.50 1U.184 8U"09 4.'Fl>.
ii. 'Jiui h K Urtsfa..l8.140 B.?W IJOiH l,oj?.) IC
III..fcTarfeW.VOrr....10,980 n.7io i,47? 99911.
Total.95489 89,188 5,1 IJ -
Mul r.ly. 1,205 . 1,0)5 R.
In th<-1-( Dtetriei tM H< pabtteoM have 984 mnjarity,
oadtatMIl0 994 maferitj. Ia Um Illd DiaMot they
hav. l.'j.Mt plaiaht/. lBa4ate*t advieea aaowaKepao
Ii. an iii.jiiriiy of aiiout UXty-loOf oa )o.nt ballol lu tho
Ia gialatan. ^
BBTDBH8 BBOM THE TEBUIT0BIE8.
DAKMA AM) WVOBINU RKPti IlI.ICAN.
Ciu<:a<?^, Nov. 7.?A djopateb Irotn Yank
loaaayaretarae aec latiem tweniy*9re m uib thirty
two.i.inuav in Dakata. Benaett (Bea.1, for Oanareoa,
leOOO aio .ot, an.i isetuaatoa ot Ihe rote in tne nrnabv
liiji ooiinliia k1v? I.iui I.'.'ihi inuu'iiv ,u ti.e Teriltoiy.
ThelUaca m.iseouiiiieagive 000 )> aiocratM nii)onty.
Tke LeglaUiurd *in beeooM two40inla Kepuolieau.
OBBTmnrn, Wy. t, Bor. 7.?im?ii.y (Rep.). ticiogato
to Congru??, 1b elect?t<i uy aboul OOOinnJoiny.
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AN ELECTIOR ori'ICLK's CORFE8810R.
HoW A HALiOl-UOX 1KNUKH CBAKOBB TMB BBOVLl
IN a OOBMBCnCl ! IOWH,
BbIDOKPOBTi Conn., Nov. 7.?A rejxirt 0OBM9
from Uantmgtoe Omt Um bauat <<>?* leeOei m toal lown
waa BrreetM to-day oa eefearfa ?1 aaiMtitaBBg Dana>
ciuiie for R.piiolioan halloia for BaBteaeateMoo, at the
ewettaa on Tmiailej. UMtrky ahanetog the loaaB of the
elecUuB. Ilo eoBfeaaoi hia gailt.
ALAUAMA AND TENRE88EE BETUBK8.
A IIARI>-MO.NEY DEMOCSAT PBOM MoRll.K.
Moiui.K, Ala., Nov. 7.?Tliomas H. llerndon,
IM Deaaoeratte MM-eaaaoy eoaOidalo, will havo aiua
jortty ln thia nUtnet (tne tat) ef I.(kk).
CABBT TOUBO RaVBLECTBD IN ILNNKSSEE.
|f] jfraiBj Tenn., Nov. 7.?With four distiieu
yot io hear fr..Di, Caiey Young (Diui.) haa l.J^i majer
liy in Ihl.i eoiiuty. _
COBOBBBBMaJi MRCBBLITB MA.IORTTY 1,000.
Ilir I tl.fcoKAl II T?l IBB TKIHLSB.I
R ri laHomiUOll, Peuu., Nov. 7.?I am elected by
1,000 majority. JoH8 I. MlTCBBU.
[Uepublican noadiifota in BVIth Diotriet.]
A CL08B a88BkfBLT DtOJBIt r IN JBB8XT CITT.
Tho VFlth Aasombly Diatrict ot Umlsoii
Coiii.iy U iiiii in iiou.ii. oad ia etaMBOi kj bmh
11,.. Kepubll.'ana amt DeOMerate. John II. I'aiik'"
nun, ihe BOpabBOM eatullitate, U probably ?lOOtOi 01
aplarahtyef 50,attBoaaB tM Dameerate ciann rkut
tln-ir e.OHtalaie. Coiouer Claiie, ia el(Cte.l oy 29 piuial
itv. TueBeatdof UaaTMOom moett lo-Bay?WBM tho
etlltinl vote wiU be couutvd.
NBW-IO&K 8TATB.
A PEW HANDSUME bUJOBITIEB.
BTBACtmB) N. Y., Nov. 7.?With foai ehelion ?1h
tricta to hear from, ? linh will inoteaee tbe BeBBbU
cnn majority, Danfmth bM <'.,0<?0 over Hr.idley,
7,500 ov.r Tuekcr, an<l 12,500 majontv over both.
RBWBUBO, N. Y., Nov. 7.?Bovioed retiirnalTom
OMBM t'ouniy give tlie following Repuhiuau
majonties: Dauforth, ?J17; Eerdon, for L'ongrcsa,
870 i Howell, HlKicial COBBty Judge, 1,184 ; Mapos,
County Troaaurer, 191; Qondale, Suiieiinteudeiit of
tho Poor, 8^4 ; Shnitt, fof Aaaenihly, iu tho Iat Dia
tnet, 888 ; Ueduey, BOBOOl Coinmiaaioner, 1,213.
Tho Republicana oleet the entire couuu tieket,
OoWBOO, N. Y., Nov. 7.?Oswego Coniitv eom
plete : Dauforth, 0,705 ; hrartloy, :i,85? ; Tucker,
3,430.
A UANDSOME VOTE l'OR STARIN.
(BT TEIXOKAPII IO THE TRIHtSE.I
EruoNViLLE, N. Y.. Nov. 7.?Tbo XXth Con
groBHioual Dislriot givee mo a majority of 0,238, a
ROBBbUoBB gaiu of r3,183; and thero is a cleau
IW98B on uicmberB of Asaeaibly. electing livo.
J.iiin 11. OtABflt.
THE A8WEMB1T.
Tho figuies of the Aaaemldy have undergone bnt
one OBBB9B. D. \V. Tallmadgo (Rep.) ia found to be
elected m the lXth Diftnct over J. T. (iruy (Dem.)
Thia givea tho Republicana 08 incmboTB and
tho straigbt DBBBB9BB1 27. Iu thia city
J. H. Madmaii, Tauimany D.-moerat, will doubtleae
bc saolffjad olei-ted u\ er M. C. Mtuphy, Auti-Taon
foe PtUli Pm?.
ANANGLO-AUSTKIAN TKEATY
ENGLAND'S THIRD 8ECRET AGREEMEXT.
the BtraatAJI and tcrxish comrvtions fol
LOWtD BY A TREATY WITH ACeTRIA?Bl'hJfA
TO BK FORCKD FROM TURKEY \t XF.CE88ARY.
It hus just boen diacloeed that England and
Anatriii agreed at Berlin, before the Plenipo
tcntiaii?->, h ft that city last July, to hnrist
upon tlie withdrawal of the Ru*sian troops
froin Turkey in M:iy, 1879, the date atipn
lafod iu the Treaty of Bcrliu. It waa also ax
rangcd that England and Austi ia nhould fur*
ni-h a ganison to replace the ltuaaiana, if
iioceKsary.
AXOTHKR II0BE1 TREATY PIsci.OSED.
AN IMroHTANT KiRKEMEM MADK AT BCRMN BE*
TVVEES EMil.AND AND AISIRIA?HCSSIA IO BB
WATCHKD.
Lokdon, Thuraday. Nov. 7. 187*.
The London oorrespondent of The Manduf
ter OiianliaH Mcgr.ipha to that Journal aa followa l
" Helore the Pieulpolentlurlca left Berlln, Lurd Beacon*
flcld aud C'ount Andraaay algucd a treaty, provldiag tbal
if Kuasla ahould tndeavor to remaln on Turklah terrl
tory afi.r May, 1870, Kuglund and Anatna wlil tnalal
on bcr eompl.-te withdrawal. If Hus-la ahould urg?
that Turkey ia unable to protect tbe C'hrta'lana, ?wtng tt
tbo (llsfurbed atate of affuira in Kouiurlla, England and
Au-tria wlll furulsh a garrlaon to MfOffg the Kuaalana.
Tbe i>uri?>i i of thU treaty wai couiinuni.at.d to Huaala."
AN INSO..OENY CHIEF ASPAKHINATED.
The Rhodope lnsurreetiou baa received a faial hlow by
tho BOBaaaiaattaa of Omor Aga, one of Ha nioat lnfluen
tial (aaiara, by Kara Yuaauf, a fortnur li-adcr, ?'hu aad
been uia*rac<d forplundering.
l.l?-IA, TURKEY AND BrniARIA.
Co.NBTANTlMOPLE, Tnurad.iy, XoV. 7, 1878.
A t-.il/ of liniganaiia uutulierlng 4,000 ba* burnad
fourteen villagea in tbe dtatrict of Derootica. Tbo Porta
ha* h ut a uote to I'i'inco Labanoff, poiutaitr out tbe faet
tbal the Uuaalaus are powcrleaa U> repre?? tbe Hulgarlau
uiuveiiieiiti. Iu another note to Prtaea I*abanoli, tba
l'orte tliHeutaea tbe non-evaeuatlou ot Turkiab terrttory
by tbe Kueaiaua.
GERMANY AND THE POli:.
Bkklin, Thurada>, Nov. 7. 1?78.
The Provindal Vorrcspondatce vc-uerday de?
elared that the negottationa bctwoen (Jertnany and th<
Vatican caunot aucceed uuleaa tbo a^ ttatlon of tbe On
tre partv axalnat tbe Oovernment be laOargtotN by e?.
eJeateattoal authorlty. Tbe (iermami to da.v deacrlbei
thia uuuouin-eineiit aa a freah declaraiiou of w?r agatnat
the C'atbiiilc party.
TBE AXGLO-AFOHAN BlTUAllOir.
Bomjiat, Thursday. Nov. 7, 1878.
The Pioneer statea that the Afgbaua in th?
Kbyber Paas are deeerting larKely lu cona. qoeuoe ol
alckueta and hnugiT. Hopea aio entcitalm d that tba
Aawerof Afghanlatan will aubmlt uu.-onditlouaUy t?
tbe Hrltiah dV maiida. Tlie nvmaiity anmug the Afghant
at Jelalabad ia from tbirty to forty dally.
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KEYLSIOX OF THE BERLIX TREATY.
LONDOS, Friday. N..v. S, 1878.
The Sifjiidard'i 1'arU coin apondent tele
graphaHS tollOWOI "Ican atate positively that jxtur
purlfii aro BtWoaodBBg for a OOBjaVOBaf t-eattectlng a
areviHi.ui or tbe Treaty of Bcrliu. Tb? IdOB on.luiitea
m Bcilin ur Vieuua."
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A BCAHDAX IN BNOLIBB BOOIFTT.
LoJBMBi i kwraaaj. BTaw. 7,1*78.
At the Marlborough Street Police Conrtyca
tenlay, a ainiiiuona wa* net dowa for a heulujr aitaioat
Lady AJbm Lonlaa Gooek. enargtng her with havtna
eoaaptrei with BBOtaac pataoa taaalaioffaaaaataaa
cbild on ber busbaud. 8tr Fiaucla loorlook Goocb, aa bia
hcir. Lady Gooch'e couuael preaentert a certlflcat^of
bcr pbyatCBBB that abe aa* unable to attend. buttba
uiHgUtrat* deelared tbu eej-tHeate uiicatinfactory and
ailioiii-ned ibo cam? for a wi-ek. the profc* cuoou conaent
ln?. Tbe magtatratB ai?id that if 1. i<lj (ioocband the
otucr pciaon who la alao aumiuoued are not tirem-ul
theu, hc wlil laaaea wafiaat lor their ltuuiediate arrctt.
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FOREIGN MOR0.
London, Nov. 7,?Corkey, tlie winncr of the
Aatlev ehainpiou lielt, baa tnaned a ch.illei.'i.'e r?> compi-.te
a?(?iiiat O'L- ary, the Ameiican, for SU)<) and tiie A-tley
aaaaaptoa heit wnn by the Aaaartaaa at tbe nrst (ouma>
tueiit. He agrcea to allow O'l.eary'a eBpOBOOl to couie
to fc'ng'aa*
LobDON, Nov. 7.?Rybert Fontater, a laigo
aoUlatypropriotot of Oloagow, ba? nuhrd. Knttbt it
t*on, tiu ii'hanta, of Iaiideu, LtWfpaal hic! NewratUe,
haveakwrailei, laeirUabtllttoaan iiui.ooo.
THE TBAX8POMTJTIOX Ot Ult. MA1U,
OBSTKBAL buady'8 anntat. BBPOKIV>4 DRPBL'IgBGff
OF $31tMO? iuilW.iy < o.Mi'iiSBATIi v.
[OBBBBAIl l"I!l.:-S OI.xl'ATi II |
WaaBIXGTOV, Nov. 7.?The aumiiil lcport of
Qoacral Ti.oni.ia J. Biady, tbe goaoad AaatataatfBB>
BlOOtor floaoral. baa been preparcd. lt apgoon that tba
eaat of inlatid tninaporutl'in lor the yoai ?as ir'lU,034/
O'Ji. Tbo laoreooa of tba aaaafcot of rallwaaal, ?teamboa<
aud Star rout?!8 over the ptevioas roBfl B BB M3 ; in tb?
aggnaato leagtfe, 9,140 artltai and la tb? annua:
coat. 1*40,196. Tho appr.ipri.itlou tat lailway mull
teaaaaortattoa anrtag tae year waa ^o.'joo.ooo.
Ibo uctiiul coat, .-o far as ai'ju.-tiiii uta wera
eoaipletod, waa $y,.r>t;G,oO.">, aatok kt al tbe rato
of $:ii(5..vj5 par aauaai in tiotaa of tbe
appioptlatloB Tbe dBMeatty, aaiaaatlag abaoBi toan
tmpoaaiblltty, of preveuting a dclienm.i .'f IBiobfadBI
cxp.aiiied by tbe ropofl
Tbo aaioaat aaacoariatad for tho aai r*B? gara y< ar li
Be.iotMKMi lt bt deiluitilv aoetrtaiaeal tbal tloo.oof
addltloaalwtll Boiagalrai tocovirttu eaatof aarvtoi
foi i?tu. ltaofattbeefaadaaroaappMci Bt'OaagraaBj
^er\!??'? to t..e ahove amomit iuu?t ts gkl.tiuie-d.
It la aalimatni taat flffi tfrlrttlrf rf" ba refaarad foi
lh-ii. Tue laraa iiuuiiijratioii juto tiu- uudevcioped
taraalagaad bbbotbI BMadaof tbe Woot, g< rtbwaat and
Hoetbweat, ereattac a Bceeoatty for rallroaaa, aad tlie
f ii" Itli h tor eooatrnettng railT??ada i heaplj al iue pre?
enidav, wlll dnubtkaaa eanae tae aaiotini r.-i(u:re?I for
.ai'VU;,' the n.silaoii ui wlv c.iliatlU'tcU raitea to ba
.i. i*i. i iii.ui It lui* Iveii for tae la.^t ikrveyeare.
K-ieie:c- la iiiade to the dtaoatlaMrtttiB of the rail
Maila witli tlie reductmu <>f .'? uerc m lu ibe tatea of
, uiin" a..itiiui raeeatljF awde b? OooaTeaa.
G( iu-iai Brady r.uuueuda that tlie di IITerj of malll
from railmod atattooa to !??'*! ofaei i ba t" rf?a m* ?? hy tba
(ioviinneiit. lledncauoi coiiciir in Uie augaaotlon of
il:f PoaUl ( oniuii?i>iou ii,at aoBM arrai.goaioat <au
probnbiy be niadewltb tberailroad coninunlea u> perv
imiii tius x de atrrtoe for a aum not e\. ei-Miuif ifr.viaHKr
p.ra:iunui. 'riie pi-o|MM?'d law to aaaka -aaOOBj ape?-d
nndliriiueiK \ " tbejiiint baaia of laiU iv iu.nl oouiiN-n.
?atluu Inateadof tbopreaeatayateniot ni kiu< welgbt
aloiic the baata, la uieutloued with appro< .?! H U aua>
ireaied,tuiwever, tnat a gua^-o exureaWi atatnig Jtoa
aiiiHiiui.il apaeo to be aaed wlll benectMuiy, aud tbal
ii.e.t.ihlisiiuieutahouldiH) tBework ut <'on?rre?a. An
rlalMirate plaa of guacing tae apam to ?oBwittoi. fbt
aggregate natliaafa (at mail tiani|?oM?ii?-n au;l tue
iteutaini'ident taeretodanagtaoaeai tu<?i r?a? ia?/VO,
7UO 000. 1 ho Uit >l auiouni approprlated for th? i urrtnl
y. ar I- alioul iji'J.OQO.UOO leaa._
TUE LATESJ l .XlllliniO.S ol BMVTAUT1
a>
THK OBBATF10BTI llKfWKBN NKW-Y?H!U AM? BW.T1
M<)KE Bgaja,
BALTDtOBB, Nov. 7.?The gnat di.g-fight,
HewYurfc agataot Balllinore, BOtWCOO BtogBari dog Dau?
?ar.Of New-York.aud Met'audlei'adoc Bulcher, ot ihli
itlj. tBOaT jlBfB BOar Havre ia Oraco. KMlay. Tba dogi
foiigbt at t?eui)-tlnis? puiiida, give or taka half a
p.iuu.t, BOOoettag to the New-York rofOB, fur %MW a alde.
DoagBC was th?: faTonte at ?H0O to *75, wBJaB odda wcra
readily aaken by the Balunmre and WaaBWJttoapBOItlBi
luen. Tbe lutbt waaaile?iMTuto.'ue? aud fur flliy inlu
utea it waa hard Ui tell whl-u w?u!d win aa ncitber bad
aain.il anv advaiitagc. AfU r ouc B-ur'a flgntlng, tbe
N'ew-Yoik dog bad tbe advautage, hnt tlie lialtiuiore ca*
?iiu.-at'i'ii tiin:ed the tab.ee. AttertBOaogl had loiighl
two bouia and tblriy miuutca, Butciier g,u a tiriit grip cu
Dangri'a taroat and cboacd uuu to deatu.
TMLMUEAPBJO XOTJUf.
WC8TBBJI COMMERCK A POI'fl.VIt ToriC.
CaiCAOU Nov. 7.-l>elegatioua froin .NMiiaville,
Nc? *lhanr.'<1ncinn?U, IililiauajMilia, Colaiubaa, i.r.- n\iiir|
'loiH-ka. and uiauy?Hn?rula??. wlil alte.id-1 ihe ? aaaBOBBBl
cuNcut.un iu taia city ueat w^Jt.
1MK AN.NIAL UKKSAUK IN UKOIUII A.
An ania, Cia., .Nov. 7.?<jovi rnor L'olnuitt'a an
niial aMaaaaa waa reud to-day. Tbe b^laiiee In tb" Treaaury
?raa + "'?? 1? ? Ha it?-"unufuda tbe oniahlUhmciit nf an Agrt
oultuud < oilegelu ihe Id Capit"! bul'.liuR i'. MiUcdr. vu.a,
aua ?p<'?V' favuri-''.; of tba oouiiuon lU-biHila.
BHOOTINO 1'IOEONS FOR A I'ltl/.E.
Fbekhoi.k, N. J., Nov. 7.-The iiiouthly sbootina
of th?> Soa^.ceiiuu i lub. for tbe i-haDijiiim-lnp hadge. toukl
ulace tk.a af .emoou al Cooka nuiluu. 1 welvt nimib. ra c?)tn.
ir.e.i lud?acb hiwi at teu iiii-da . bauitii-ap itto, bird ud4
ii.d hiid, iraS>?anu goout, Tbe liadge waa ?ou br Di. Kil a,
who kiUf.ffeurfeeuwr.ia out uf t.It en. Haatloga waa aacoud,
PHILADKLPUIA'rt EXFKNH)-^.
PiiiAi)i:t.l'HU, Nov. 7.-Mayur Stokley'a annnaJ
rejiert
-rip;a
Miii t'ltiia touuciia iiil.t alteruoon, aaya thattaa ra
of iheclty dnnug the VT were au..t>4,?83 ??, an4
i .1 voat of tba dejaruaeata, ?<*,lH4,y0l M

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