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V0L \\XIX..IN?-12,06.1. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1879._PRICE FOUR CENTS. IRREGULARITY AT ALBANY. TbEAJBUKBB Mu kin s AC00?NT8. TUT STAl'K IBBABOBBSfB ACCOWTS l ot Nil SllnRT? TIIK CIKrTMSTANCK m I'oRl VP TO tub OOYBM* NOB? TIIK im.lTCIT M Aim GOOD?1.VI1 lt\ ii.WS ON THE SIHJKCT. The intimation in TmI TbIBUBI ycttCfdiVJ that irregularities 1i;i?1 horn discovin d in IState Treasurer Mnckin's accounts, li.is i Halted Inrthrr infoiniiilio:i. The Democratic journal at Albany MBBtBBlinlly admits, on tlic " highest authority," thnt chotfcl ha 1 I-eon substituted for cash, hut chums that matters hud la-en set right. The BBtTNBBBr deiit of Thi: Tuiiu ne Und? it currently slated tliat Controller Olcott discovered a deli. it of shout $11,000 in tho State Treasurer's ac eoiints; that he reported the circumstance to governor Kohinson, who instructed Mr. Milks, an exjHrt, to make an examination. Interviews on the subject with Uovernoi Kob itison and other officials arc ujipcndod. GRAVE BTATBMEMT8 CTKKF.NT. WITAT mopu SAY AT TIIK C?.p1tal? 0*1 It TAI. I\ PIlNAltONS WIM? II do not IXPIAIN. [nv TEi.tr.iiAtii to im tuiulsr.) Aibany. Nov. '24.?A rumor <>f a very grave na tun'has been whispered freely in this city tin- p.ist v.t-k; Im: was r.ot openly t.ilk.il about i;ntil Tim TioBtNK.s editorial In daj draaBjad it out. It was to the effect that CoBtTollel 01 H had discovered a deficiency of several ih< u-and dollars in the cash neonat of the Mat" Treasurer, und had formally applied to Governor BsBtSSOB in writing for the suspension of Mr. Markiti. I nder the State laws the font roller'-. Oflieo and Mm State TTe.isui er aet as a cheek upon BBCB other in the disbursement of tbe public money. No money belonging to the State can Ik- drawn from a bank except a warrant has been drawn b\ the Con toller, ami BB that warrant a check has BCOB issued BJ the Treasurer, which in turn has been couutcr siuned by tho Controller. T.\ery thirty days, and ?>tit tier if bo deems ii u. c ssary, the Controller is required by law to compare hi* hooks slmwiug the disbursements ami receipts of tho uub?e money w ith those of the Treasurer. It was not one of these monthly comparisons, but It was one ?BBS nt an irregular time (in 8SMBajB> enc-, apparently, of some suspicion) which lad Can* lioller Oleott, it is said, to m.ike his complaint. I he ?!? tieiencv, it i.-. re]Hirted, .iineunted to over 1 ,oo<?. Mate Treasurer Mac kin and Ins deputy, Mr. JIancc, were absent from the city when tin-discovery of the jiri _ul uities was made, the State Tna^iiiei's oflice being in charire of Frank Carjieiiter. the i ashler. The outline of the story, as given her<-, BBS] persisted in, in sjtite of the q uu 11 tied and c.iuli eus denials of some of the BBBStBlB cone. rued, and the flat contradiction of others, is given herewith, together with a fair report of what the olii< ials themsi'lves sav. It is stated that Controller Olcott called npOB Mr. ( npeiiter to make g.io.1 the deficiency, and that the latter profb-red, among other BSSStS, the per? sonal cheek of Mr. Ma- km for 99,100, and that Mr. ol.ott refused to aciept tins as "cash." It is further alleged that Mr. Carpenter claimed that there was no deficiency, and bbM that il Mr. Mai I in and Mr. Ilance were present, sinne checks t hat were iiot indorsed could lie used in making up the "cash.'' Mr. Oleott 1 hen, it is said, demanded tuat the checks should be shown linn. Mr. Carpenter declined to show them, if is ..--crtisl, mid iBOB Controller Olco.t t wrote to Gor* BOMBBBBB4BBBB r? qa.-*tHag 1 hat Ml. Mackiti should be sus|M'ii<li il and some im.-put in i bargC of the ntlice. Controlbr (?leott bbbb this step, not only fur bis own protection, but also because be isex piessly eotniminded by s Mate law to report any de? reliction on the part of the State Treasurer at sbc* to the Governor. Tin: BOTBBBOB calls in an i m BBT. The Governor, it is del i.ired, at once sent for II.chart! (J. Milks, who acted as cashier for State I r- a-air.-r.s RataM BBdJ RsflB, onl now bolda n adkritlofl in the Canal Auditor's Department,and directed him In take charge of the bonks in the Troasiii.r's OOB I BBdl n'port the amount of the alleged ib ii u tiev. Ml ? Milks entered the State lYBBSBiei'B OtBCd BB llmisilay last and carefully examined the bank Links aud "cash" during that and the following day. The latter part of the week the missing " rash,"' it is asserted, was made good by Mr. Mackin at Mr. Olcott's bouse. Siuce then it has BOSfl boldly und truthfully announced that there is BS dclicieucy in the department BOBOBBlB. Mr. Milks is still retained, and he has found that t!n Looks of the State Treasurer balance, but he Cbksanot retire now that IM task is dOBO. and it is rcjHirted that he has positive orders from the (loier : i bl n in.nn till Mr. Wendell, tin- K. piildn an state Treasure! -< leef, enters on Ins dm i s, w hat ciis rittu.i.i K OL0OT1 BAYS, With the intention of learniiik' the facts concetti In? all the rumors about the State Treasurer"* aal ..the correspondent al TOB TBIBOXB visited B B i d of the stale oflicers to-day, and made the necessary inquiries. >l< List called upon Controller Olcott and BslUBl him if bb Bad IBBJBBBloal (iovcrnor Kohinson to biis j-mi state riea.siiici MaaBia, .Mr. < Ucott rctdied : " You must go aud ask Gov (.iii i BVaMBBBB that <iue>lion.'' ? Ihn vim . in answer it T" said the emrespondet.t. ? ! n...iil.iedlv: but 1 don't think it my duty to In 1:> 1 'ii 1 um ni; lo prose ? chat ye against a liigb pabhe ofloer," aoawedred Mr. Olcott. Hut joor own OBBOa is concerned in this allan T "I OoaPl Hunk it is in the bast." " W;mi there any deliiTeiiev in Mr. Mai kin's rasb f continued the correspondeai " The all'airs of this BBBBB arc straight, and that is nil 1 have under niv control.-' "How ollendi you eoiiipaiv the BOOBS Of tM ItBlfTYnBsanif Brttn jsar btth f ?? Brer] laa iajra 1 see how wa stand. i spalj to HBJ saaka tor a statement of tin- amount ? I State money deposited in them, and IBs amount disbursed, and with Bl] other sb k> I atSBBVai W ithout the BBBiBtBBI e of the i .-.i-uter w hat amount slioubl ?land to the credit ol IBS St , ?? W baa did you la-t m ike a eoaBpariaaa I "laqavr* al tba Mate Traaaarer," replied Mr. Oleott, and tbeu Bsatiaards 'Ibis law hook t.i it .o i t st.ite, the iel.itloiisv,t the Male 1 leas Brai rt-iii arjaalf iBBa laara?akaII my datjr to ra> Ban aay aVBckaao/ Lb bjb aaiBaffBBBBl to laa Gov anaar," ' Kara von done so V ? I: .niv. v mi must a'k Iks GoTamor, aaaweredj Ha UoutraiTar, aad would gira sofurUiai lafacau* tiou. ihk BBFCTY LIS1S l<> IXPIAIN. Ihe eort.i.p,iiident then Baajujai the Slate Trass ?oil's otbee. There he was informed that Mr. Maekttlaraa absent and Deputy Stato lYSBBBBM Haass aas in eharge. Mr. HBBCB is an BBltahMl jroaaSj man, who wan for a iiuinb 1 of years in the employ of Thk Thiiu ni:, He se^ms to have grown excitable, not to say iliMiiigcniimis, since he pit out mi 1MB 1 nun si's control, and fell into bad bbbb* p..-,\. lb w as afked il tin le hnl i.e. a .-, ijetien my in the cash account of the oltice. '?Deficiency f Mit Hann- replied; "No nnhed. }.\< n tiling is cm ici t ; we have jii-t taken a balance* ? !ie.-t and IBB two aides of it balance perb i tly." " Has the deticieticy been made goodt" inquired ?Vi I 'i respondent. "I tell you we have no deficiency. Slid we have bad none," replied Mi. Main e; aud then continued excitedly: "All these ru? mors, I snpiKJne, nan uut of the fact of Mr. Miika coining into this sfka la BaJf us in kettu.j. the hnaSTI n adv lor Mr. Wemb il, tin new Hat? Treasurer. Mr. Milk?, w as employed b, Mr. Wji kiu, sad w.is not oider.it to re bj Uev< raoi H >b l .-oo. Ii, wi'l stay with us, 1 sappof>e, ti.l the l?t of January." Mr. Milks, in reply to an inquiry, statisl that tbe leioks of tlx-Male ircuMiiei and n is aeon u 1 s i\eie kow at b ant correct; be bad SOI discovered any de ?e.eiicy iu the caab account; he had been rcqu.-ti I by Mr. Mnckin to enter tlic offlre and aid them in prepariue. tbe hooka for Mr. WendelPt acceptance] it wax not done ander the (lovcnior'a orders. tiik eovBaxoa mabbb a dkmai. The cot respondent then went to the Executive ManMdtt QoVBrBOf Rohinson was fotiml in jjimm! health and spirits. The correspondent said: "Gov? ernor, I am informed that ControllerOlcott has prc fetftd written charges against State Treasurer Mat km anil asked hi- BtaTfRBBBBM. Is the statement true r " You must axk Controller Olcott." responded the Governor. " 1 have asked liim the same iiuestinn and be has MM bm la von," replied the roaTwpoBfloBt. "Controller Oleoft/' tmU the QoVOrBOff, " in f..nurd mo this afternoon that there wasn't the slightest defetenev la Btata Txtmwrm llaekia'i ii omits." ?? Bnl Aid O?iwIkt Okoii prefer bbj fihargfb V persisted thecorn-prudent. " I will not lie , IOM.--cxatiiined alioul this matter." BBBWetBd the QtTMer, sharply. " l?ul you put Mr. Milks in the State TlBBtlUtll? OAet *' then a-keil the CWTMpOlllllJllt. "I did not: he was probably put there BJ Mr. Mm kin to Bid him in golfing the of Bet ready for the BOW Treasurer. The faet in. Controller Oleotl i- wry anxious that Iba ailairs af the two oikes thoald he tborcmghij examined and well settled before tbe iKt ?.f .lami ny. id-is compelled byaHtetc law to make CBBAges to nie uiiullist the Mate Tlousnr, r it Ibere i> anything toe mutter with ins aeoonnte, bnl Mr. Maektn'a b< .>ks are all right." ?? There is no deficiency, theo, in his accountsf " No. then- is none." "And Iben has beoi aBBcf toqalredt ameer respondent, rbere has been none,'' anawered Governor Rob* inson, ami hid the correspondent farewell. i A LARGE DEFICIT FOUMD. Tili: i ac is BBFOBTBS TO mi QOYMJCOB?xb. I BIl.ks Al'l'oisirai?ITBB loos KADI oood. lOJ RBBAL rr.r.ss MsrvrcH.l AlllANY. Nov. 84.?IB IBBBOBBB to Till" Nkw TOM Tninrsi's statement relative to the State treasury, Tin Emiing .lour mil says: It is true that mbm irrc^iilurilit s were discovered a fen days ?inee in the odea ol tbe state lYeasurer, in the examination- and cheeks hetweeo theofltce of tbe Controller and thai of the treasurer. Ada liciencj oi several thonaanil dnllara in tbe eaah waa detected. It bad been earned along hy bbbuoibbiIb or personal cheeks. Ob the derelopnenl of this state of facta, tbe Controller reported the matter to the QoTeroor for BBBtefariatc action. The Governor directed Mr. I Ktchard Milk-, an expert, who was lonaerly am* ployed in the Ireaaurer'a oflioe, to take poeaceeion of tin- hooks end make an examination. It ia nnder ateedthatwhateverdcneiencythere was has been Bmde aood, Meanwhile tbe precautionary atepa ot examination proceed. A 8EMI-OFFI! IAL EXPLANATION. IOBBBBA1 FBI ss DfBPATCSLJ At ltAXY, Rat. 91.? Tkt Aiijiih of to-morrow will contain the following) We have the highest authority fur statine that the act oi.tits in tin- State Treasurer's oflioe are en? tirely correct, and that tbe book* of the Presenter aad of the Controller perfectly balanee. The only incident in the formerofllciaJradepartmenl noted at i in- Man- il.ul or the Capitol i- that Mr. Richard O. Milks, biaaaelf an old rreeanry clerk, is ats*rt log Mr. Mai kin, at Iba lattei's own n QBCSt, and neither hv the ail of the GoV amoc nor the Controller, In adjust ihr the hook- and aooonnti for tbe nac and Ibsovbwuob ol the iiiootnine administration. A week ago several irregnlaritiea involving tbe employment of ittdi \ idual eheeks as casll to the ? Xt lit Ol BbOO.1 09.000 aren discovered. Mr. Macfciirs uttention being called to thm faet* tbcec checks were Mirengh tae usual bank medium promptly collected,sad out of tbta eirenmstance bare grown the rnmora to which i hi Nbw-Tobi Tbibi bi has given publication. The daflcBiBci wai found to bbbbmI to BR,800. CIPHER TELEQBAMB /A LOUISIANA. Krw-OnLCAXB, Nor. 24.?Al the sp-.f fnrl gstlaan laenlry to-<iay Bfaaage* Aiity?, of iiic Wi sh in Uataa IBIaaBapk Okfee, kaafleU la twentf "tie meeeagea- Tboj an- ta ripfeer, excepteoe from Morris Marks, aekliij; altout ilic ailjouruineiit uf Cunirrc-s. jewateeHDJaakedthe witacei if ke m w what iLr glapaB in - aaBtalBad. Witness? I de not. aBaaBBeCBaaareai Batter send far Til.ion. w. ii. aejamif, notary pu'iite, leatlBed regardl ia Iba aBMarlta aHBM bjr Jewlali BBieBateae, a mmaker at PBekard*a Legtaintare, bbO etaera, efcarglaa thai ihejr ai i -ii pai i Bmaey to rote torKoltogg Beymaai tee tjgeg unit the paper prodaced was nut Biaekttone*. ajIglaal aaThbiYll. hat ll arm Iba Mtat and mhetaatui ol it. Tba paper n 11 tea that 111 lekstoue, at various tunes, ricelved moliev fl uni Kello;.-^' ami l^mls Hiiiirr, ainoiint i ib HI .ill to agofflO, which tie lined, il. direrted feg Kel : igK to aeaBia Kellega'a afawttea as (7mted sinte? ts>u .ii... 1 lie w Itue^s kuid one of a part v who uecoui|iuiiled 11 e lie Hilter* of tlie Nh hulls Livisllllllie to Ills otllee In ?41- Blaeltetone, promuied to retBibaraa htm tor any oni lay in gettniBnoaBldavita. Blackitone afterward ;n<i that he recelTed money from then, bal with a dlatiBel BBderaia?dlag itint the ?aaey paM t?v the Demoerata whs not for bribery, or au > taug ol that -ort, imt waa to pay tt>c eip' am- tie lacBrred la going iftei testimony. ICE IS VHS n A ll.lt BOOTES. MuxTBKALj Nov. 34.?SM-BJOABf Vissels in lata port wtu have a bard time af n laBoillag to sea. Two laapaahar el the Waaar f nMoa hen haa raealveg a totagram laaitBtitlag hua la van ngeati of reaaahi ami captains that two more u ?. ?: will eompe 1 IBatraVCTai Bgbl -nip- and luiovs to leave ttielr stations, as it is Inj pi.-?ii>ie to aaohar m ma ring let, arhiat aaat Iben aftea to;in-In one mr: t- Only two BBVgOlag tblgt are now luft ta poti Iba Walltna. whkit M now gBBBnflag pig' 1mb and is galBg to take in glBBI and apples for I.ivcr peelt and the liurmtnl Casile. Tin- gTCtttati iatcngl was maniiltghBd on flic I 'rod m ?? En 'ha up- yesierday as to w lietlier it was pus alble fat Hia Caaal beau ia gal fironak beten Iba bm IbOoMb BOaM no thick h? to prevaol llirlr passap?. Prlvata dlapaiebea w en- reeelvet fraaa uhme iha line of the i an:.I which e iiised i'reat iineasllic?s. A dispatch flOM f t i ii T ill I tli it ill 1" I in Hie iHiatswire uinv lac -low ly, only twenty three having p:isj(il that point ii. tort! been, and u a aadoBbtfal if all the baatt waaM ?al thrmi/rh. From Home mfonBBttoa ens received say lug thai boBta bogaa aBOVlag aboBl noon aa Bnmhiy and stopped again at m; -i: K. t Ibay again btaned a! - b, in. vesn idiy. Mr, C ?rk, the Bapertateadeal of Pabtlc Ifotka. a Ith ate bm Maata, Mr. BtebbtBs and Mr, Kieb, were al Bon dOlagall tIi..r iiiii'd 0e done to keep the canal am a. 11,, re wei? i BO bean on thai end of tin- ion,: level (thia Jevei stretches s Ety-gVf miles, from Sxr.o'iise to Frank* r an eemiag lowaed Ilde-water. J. K.Tsyloi aadR. L.Wlliuiu*,aaembersof the Caaal CManltteeof in. Prodnea Bxcbanse, are oa the caaal lookiaa after tac Iio.iIk, and tlic\ n le.r.iph that help teal liecti ? lit from Bngalo to tbe-lueks,aad thai more was raqaired. Two pr three boats loaded with potatoea Bavo aoea aaah in tow.ntr. It i- belBJVeil thai toe lee can he readily over cemc. orai idBuj l hi re is no beat f Baow-ataa-aj, A DAIRYING CO?NTt MAEINO MONI V KlBOBTOX, X. Y., Nov. 24.?The steamer fretsku from IBM poiot are now very heavy. TbaTboa. Cor tic 11 took out in one hUgi n cent load of freight BBd eoiintry ptaBBBB siity-two tons, of Datowatt OBBBt] hinter fi.i New York ; and the Blghtly load of liutler from hue is not f ir short af tbM BBBWBti Tba DablBBIB daarh *, ptwfteat to bat urcat aetryity la Iba tmtt. r Bwde, had BBtfl ihrpprag mctr ini'k, a- ii would not pay loeonvert It li.to huttcr at the i .i.liuc pi ae of I hat pio duel l'o: two or three month- past, be Wet BT, M.i v h |Vl 11,, 11 la.iUiiis Batter. The mint ah are aavaaaa la prkalaaol wholly attribatable tu aeareitj oi Iba pfxe giiet, bat it I? belBiTed timt a aeeaaresieM la tin ,Uai kt t, and mat a ciiikU may occur so nu r or later. A WHITE EXODUS PROM TBE 801 JH. Bt. L??i i-, Nov. 34.?A party of one hondred ui.d twi mi Latter Day Humta from rtoiiiberfl BtBtBt, lu i BBBBi Bf ladet John Moiltan. passed throiiith lure lusi BbXM, en route to .Manassa, ill the Sun I.um Valley, Col eiado, wlure there is already a colony ol net ween three bundml end four hundred people. Ihls is the filth party from tba B iBth that im? roue to [bal locality this aaaaaa. Thaat Mormons s'< it I belt landa fraaa^tbo Btate uf Cutorado at alow piiee, aad aaafttm Mi theiawsor Um bumo, whn i prohibit poly gamy. mi: WHITE SI PER VIES QUIET, II AW LIN.S Wy. T., Nov. 24.?Paymaster Hiuiiion amved troui BTbAM Hiver Aeeucy .">unday. He rciM.ru BVBtffktBg |BlBl and uoslk't-sof hostile Indians la :lie iH-Hftiborhood of the AK' iicy. Uentral Btriitt left White River yesterday fnr ?hl? place with the 3d < avaIrjMdCompany I) of thu ."Mb Cavalrj. Three nunp.mien of Inbuilty ami four af onvalrv, under BBBi maud of Lieutenant-Colonel Ollbcrt, ?111 remain at White MTW this Winii r. LIGHT tXS THE si \XXARD AlUIiDKR. Nr.w-H wi n. Conn.. Nov. 24.?In the HayttCB case today Aliram De Htlaa, ? local pkeUlgiapkOr, showed view * of Ibn-kland mid the scene of the mur? der to dhow tluit Mrs. Luzerne Steven? could have ?diveivod vIMtsof Mary st.mnard to Harden'* house on the day of the murder and the day before : ClM BBBi Mr*. Wind could have seen u man cross the ro??l leadlnK to Charles Htunnurd's house. The State will claitu that the in in whoin she saw wa? Hnvdcn. Hen Stevens, an Important witness for the Stete, ha? r< eOD red from a recent Illness and Is expected to ic-i tlf.v. lie is tie- man whom the defence are i'J petted t<> claim rtimwHIrl the murder. TIM o>fence have aoeertaraed th.it the eeealled " found " anile, wktek waa picked ap after taw prattaataar] heeP leg. near where the body aaa f< und. kii< ?itnil.ii in all reepeets to kalrea aoM la Daraaai, aa IdJeaalBg towa. It Is believed It Baa be Ir;.eeil tu BOB Stev.-Il?. .1 BOXAXZA hi Mrs mu OFFEM. San Prakcisco, Nov. 24.?-Tad Post of Witt ev. n;. '; publishes ihe roikrwiagi MaarteeHaclSrk, ? weibhBowa operator, arrrrei iraai YlreBda Cily :>? ?tar* day. Re brraas tka following verbal r-rep-tattkaa from Johu V.. Mac'.ay, <>f lie lnui..a/a aria, lo Ooll Dmm : MI will girt you fSOOfiOO if you lud Met Beaaaaas in tin nunc? y en tuu ? baal (Opkir, Bale aa i Harare* < and Teltoa Jaebet), arovl I? i raa pay fee the work for the t?aebetaa nu ll 'bey are lound. if raa il ii ? l tkeia honaruaaa, aa stated, i will idea jraa baet tic latal niiioa.it of your rxpeadlturcs, aaa] nil pay ?ROU,ouii as a reward far yoor tetrwea." TBlt inni'?> ilttoa wm nieie im Mr. Deaac la-day, und he res pUa i: " l'eii Mr. Uaekay lo pit* i i? artipaaitksa tat? wrttiua, aad I will a eepi it far myself aad Irlcods," Mr. Mellich has iiucetelegraphed tin-aaawartwMr. Maekay. C0LL18I0X OX im: XMIT.LOXDOX USE. NKW-LOXDOX, Colin.. Nov. '.'I.?-A c. Union botwooaa frdgbl awl a pasaruger iiatn on ikeMew. Loodoe Menken Railroad oocerred at half pasl ~ 'o'clock tadi BMretug. betweaa Pale or aad Tktet Mirers, I Mass. The teeiaet of both tralua und two or tbreo car* were wreaked, Rerea paraoaa wert ?an or leps injured, tie aurjorttj el tkeia boteg traefe bands ot tka road, wka were rid toe la the beggaca carof ikepaseeaaerIrate. Hiwier fnlllataa,cnatneer of the freurkl tram, bad both i< as hrokea. an t h - Br mail vu eeYcrely in vir dm ike back. The eolllsloa was du. to Mm freight eagBM er'a wateb : riaa tftei u aiiaab * ?low. A MRCOHXAlSAXt E "/ A BIG BITER. ST. Lot is, Nov. 24.?The Mississippi IliviT PneamhMua Batthed ap ita besteoMi ftaterrday aad ban on Ihe Uli.teil Mates sleatm r <?? neial ?BIkalll lor New Orleans. The party will bktpcet the river eu route. Iravellitic only dm Pit dayliitht ami t>tag ap at the baafe at Blgfcta The eOOamlMhM w ill nieei (he new sin veyim: party, which WM nr.b red Into the In Id I.im Th?r- ? lay to Sill vey the vvi ?I heal of the li.il He'oW !!< Irttn, ill Meapbla. At Meaipbla, v^bskabarc Zfatebeiaadotkers of the larger eltlea m Ike nrer,river pilots, bieal englneerasadathera will i>e Idtiimi toalre then-views on the sahlecl ot river linrroveiu.'ins. Tue oomabktfeu will pioieiblv reach New -Oi l< .me alo.ul l)i eetnb i Ii, an I Will 11.e|l ftQ down lo Ihe i.nil. I BICTCLE COX TEST IT CHICAGO, CHICAOOi Nov. 2 L?-Tho Uejclo race 1m - twei n an Kaalub lour, eaaipeai d el m. tan. Keen, Btaa ton, larraal und Caar, t :<i aa Am? rteanaerca,eoaipaeeil ot Meeara. BatUind,Nobui,T. ii.ini-on.i; areaHarrlaoa, Vebud, Myera Bad Adams, beajaa at IOiIO a. m. ta daj at the KsaakkltkHi Ba-MlBa. By tbe terms of the rao the Bbs-1*Bteam aavelke AaaeHcaaa 100 wiles atart. TBa llici.Ill .lines s x d.? \ i Of lottrtl e.< If i nl 11 ? a ell. '1 lie Amertcaa team will wta if Ha btakesl faar make ? greater aaarecata al muca tkaa tbe bajrlUb team's aeore after subtree lue loomilei Iran tbair (ike Buaii in a^ gregate aawker ?t nulea. 8JXITAMT BEHIBM M Ml M' llis. Ukxphis, 'Ii nn., Nov. 24.?AI tbe eoofcr eaaa of ike Baaitar) <aonalaaloB or tka Na.lonal -1...i.; of Healtk, tba rtty aatkotMlaa ami laa aoauaMs teo np;ioli:t-d ly I he elti/.i s' iras.. ineet.ne, D ivid v. HadMeBi ragraaeBMafc tka a Meres' e imuilttee, pledaed nrtel eaaipHanae oa ibe part oi ike people ta all saarae ??<<?!* adraaeed t a eaaamirtcc far tae Improved rooditlon al tka cut. a Beat narvry of Um eitj is la be made. SHERIFF BEULT KOT /" BE DISTk run*. raa oovrbbob dbi ioks to lkt raa cask mtnr. AlbabTi Nov. 24.?Governor Robinaon last Tkaeaday btfonaed tke eooaeal fat Ike Bar Aasectatlen OaaaMtttee tkattkere woaM aal be nme to bear araa Meats in the < ist "f tke sac: dl ol Bew-Yors before the explratioa ol tke term af oMee of both BkerlBami Goy einer. He tkerelore tbluka it would be a ao lata i> ?> eeedlnf ami an aujBStlBablt a Bate of lime to cub i apoa .'ii- beoi'lag. IS si BAXCE AFFAIRS AlmaxYi Nov. L'l.?The referee of IbeCom ujoiiw'e.iit.i Life laauraaeeCampauy, of Mew-York, wdl leport iliirmif the itftBltM wo k mi li e elalBM ot policy bohlen ptaparakary UfadMtrikettoBof tka eampaay'a iBndt ky tbci ffnparlntrnrtont nf Ike Inauraaee Deeart nietit. Several eaiapauleeof otker Btaleeaad rovatnea bare heim refaa nd a Imlasloa to Mow-York muter a law passed last Wn ter bv the 1/).']-l.i;illeutupellinf tin eompaulea to have tbe total eaattal puni in oaab v itkoat regard la itaet labacripUoa notes. GRAHAM ESi I PBS THE SCAFFOLD. TmMMYOM, N. J., N.?\. 'J l.?Graham, the eoatederate of Hunter nn tbe Bardel <>f Anaetreoa at ('.linden, was hrouiUit up foi .inline ? in Ike Supreme Court f.i-duy. He had pleaded culltv to meidet in the second derlei-aad the pkM t as aeeepled by the Attnf m-y-lieiieial Tin Caief Justice addratBlBg the prooncr said: " If any man ev i deserved BBBBII-B you did." lb- then ienfenced Orakam ta ihe Mtate Priaoa, at hard labor, lor twenty y e ir?. DISEASED UOGS >r.S I m SEW-TOBK. Asm uv PamKs N. J., Nov. 21.?Mayor liradhy Is quoted os nt.tin?; tMut diseased pork has for aotue tune been expoFi-d for salo at As bury Park, but UUMBgfc bm Intervention the trade BBB BBBfl brekCBBB here. He aJaeetatea that to-nlgbl alarva ihlaianatnf itiatiaeod bean waa aeal to Hew-York by tka Ueatral Railroad ol New-Jersey Mom tllii place. PEACE 1/ MIDDLEB?RT COLLEGE IfiDDLi in by, Vt., Nov. 24.?The Middk? bury COIlegfl d III. a 111. | havi b eu aattftd, and all of tka atadeeta returned tkii monuaa. a lew ot them applied fur duaMaeal, but meal will remaia until tka end of tke yi ar awatttag tka reergaalaatloa af tka Jtwt uiiy. HIGHER PRICES FOR Mil.K. I?ODUROWMi N. y., Nov. 21.?a bjijbIIbi ot OraagoCaaaty aillk predaerra mm bald al Oosfcea to day to copalder tka prtea at milk. <.b aad red aad iwciin-tive (armen were preaeai. a reaoiallaB was passed to demaad 4 eeala pei quart from Merembei ! isTU. la Apr 1 1. Isso. l IKS IN \ BROOKLYM HOI i :. A fire oceiirml l, \v BliBOtei before 7 o'clock nist area laa on nn- gftk Bjoi ??( tba CUatoe House. No. SBi yaUoa'M., Rraeklra, owaad byK. L. Blabartt It waa eaaaed bj ibb apeetllaa ?f t iim;i amaogaomebeddlna, The leaa amauuted to fl.'Joo; t nl iy maarcd la euverai M w*Yurk eumpaaua. TELEGRAPHIC SOTES TBMPMMANCB COHVKBTIOB AT MABYfaOB. t in 11 i.i I'uiM. L. I., Nov. SM. A csmreuiioii id ikaMaiparaaaaaackBteaoI KuBslt Caaaty aal i?- kehl at i;.i \ ina in <iuv mill i" neu ran LBAV1BU THK BATIOBAt BOAB0 of TBABB. ('im ism ati, Nov. 24.-1 in- CiiMuunati Cbaiuber of C?inaiea teaey aaaalmanslr eyyraTail ibt aerkM al tea iindMot Dfiiics wittiiiiuvi.ik iroui ihn MaBaaal Beard of 11 ?da. i ii B 00 ii MI ft bbb' claims. WlLMBSBkBBK, renn., Nov. 24.?A BMotiBg of ?laer*. is #n as a lias B.000 bmB, io tu? amphnj <>i Cfawtee Pami.li a Co., was held here on Miturdav i nut Mr Par. risk's piapeeitlee R'autina sn aiiviuen oi iu pai nntiu wun>s tlatiiiK from Miivionhrr 1 was accepted. nl'IN.i BOBOVQBtB BOB rAXKS. Habbisbcbu, Psou.. Nov. 24.?1 ha At luraei Oea iml IM? u.iiiniii. ? n -1 -1 ?alt In tin-. ..inu hrr? ayai'niit Ihs poroaaks el Wmrtoa, Beabary. Colaarkmaad parsmu in l.n ?arm i iiuaiy, fur tfeiea one Hie i niaaiuusralth mi ln?o? con meted bj me imiojKija ihe amauatd laretfea aie mmB hi I"i(?k IB TO TBB BBIBBBY CABBB auai.N. II ibnibbcbo, IViiii.. Nov. 'JI.?The trial ol eaftaia BMmbaraot ike latckuatars kw brita-tv in eounnctiini with the l'.ttiliora Una* ImniHiifs hin. Ii? .an In n i".tsj. An,cm Um eeaa?1 l?r lk? hi o?. ii'i.'ii m ?? l n l?rr> J. inm.ih - liu, . aud Si-naioi i ai i 'l.tei, "i vv isceusin. Jim itiMia.v ei Iii r' Tie aas? "f < barlea u Htlter. bktk t' o ba ran net tolli bail.i Uieii.hrr? et lie I,. j;i?,alurn. .'li.l loi bilncry, kai iallr.1 lo dar. Mi. baahm ton, cnumel f<u iin- dafaaea, aaneu i..i(ua-;i the at rar of juiers. a deekUoa ? Ul he glraa ta awm. THE CHILIANS VICTORIOUS. THE ALLIED FORCES ROTTED. THE CHILIANS FOLLOW THE I'l". I. C V Ia NS a NT) nOT IV IASS TO IQCIQIF. ANIl DEFEAT THEM?A FEItC VI AN OOBVEIfK CAPIUIIED?UKNEIUL FOREIGN NEWS. The Chilinn army, which advanced from Pisagua ngainst the allied forces at Iqiiiqne, has achieved n victory wliich give* them control of the Peruvian coast from Pisa gun southward, and may com? pel the Peniviins to MM fOT peace. It is probable that 21,000 rocn were en-raged. The Chilians have mptitrrd a Peruvian eorvette. The stiaim r city of Richmond bee been dis? abled at sea. The agitation in Ireland con? tinues. The Duke of Ciimherlaud may Jtf renounce Iiis claim to t thron?1. ? -^>- - A GREAT VICTORY AT IQUIQUB. Tili: PEB?YTANB AM? BOUVlABt OKI kati1? BT Till! CRIUAM s. bomoB) Monday) Nov. "4. i-<70. a Brivatc tshBjroBi received Bt Paris nanonnoca that B> battlehas token place at Iqniqna between I BB Billed an 1 ( iiilian arane*. in wbteh the furUMI were defested. Anthony Gibba A Sons, mere ban ta oi thi- city, have also received telegraaM from v.ii i ireiso, ajuwaael"ie that a deebdve victory has been pained bv the Cbilhum near Iqalqae. The do* featof the allied forces btdescribedaacrashing, rbi Pernvian cot vet ta Pilcma lyo lias beea captsri d bj the ( hiRana. The operatioM t/blt'li bare result* d in the nuimnvbjien began with tin- eapta.t Ptaegaa on tbe 3d in*t. Tbe Rellvlaa troops tti.it bald t On town at eacc retreated tiwari Iqabrne ?a imrt south of r- ana?wban the Peruvian and Betrvtsas bad Bbeat PyOU ama. Tba CMHaaa, aadar aaaa* nmad at Qeaaial K Scale, hwsdtalaly set aai ia paraMt,and when darpatebeawhich Ml Pan? ama an the 18 h im?', were wrltl r. they bad advanced to v.i inn thirty nUoa ol Pleagaa. it may he lafcrred thm tea aha i aoaeaairatad their forces at Igstgaa. aad thai the Cbittaaa followed tbeaa ui>, mil, supported hp IN fleet, evcr* whelmed ibam ia the battle auuuuaeed abate. The cbtltam loeeea wan probably 12.000 strong, whtts Iba sDl i ronld baldly have mastered seen IhaaOjOOO, Tkisvictory givei iha Obiltaaa aaanaaad or ti e p. rtlVtan eaai ( from l'i?n?pri to I*pil<pic, ami ili'Htr >vs nil i. helblllty o: Para aad Bolivia rrrovnnnii the territory which la hj dbipnte. North of Plaaqaa the Peruvian have aa army of abeai ll^OOOmaa at Am a. bat it i * t>o remote to h ? af aay service. It waste* ported to ha advsai lag la tba rear of u.e Cniii m forces, i ai tati m vi ne at was probably saspeaeSd, at it taaM aot overtaba I hem ta Ham to provoke a diver alea in f ivor af tba afbad feresala tbeaebrbberbeod af IgaMjeSi TheCbllbmaany now menace Artea, au<l even feel Rented to Bttirrti Osllae and LI ana, A GREAT STEAMER DISABLED. TM CITY OF RICHMOND TOWBD INTO ??UTAX wnil b kb s IIa I I bbokbx?thb Ia-s^nukks to an i babsi?run!!?. Halifax, N. 8., Nov. 84.?The atesmer Cfnaasia, of the Anchor Line, Captain Monroe, from Glasgow, Novi mbi i 18, via Movtlle, for Hi w?York, with the An.' i " in mail, arrived at tills port 'Ins morning at 10 o'clock, hartes "< WVi disabled, the booan tteamerCity of Richmond,CaptainLajteh, Bfbieh left Liverpool, <>. ii.. November 18, Bad Qaaana town ibe 1 Ith for New ?York,with the American until. The City ol Richmond encountered heavy weather sine- in r departure bam Qoeenetown and broke hoc -halt on Pnday last, November 81, In latitude 48 . longitude MP. 8ha nraa got nader sail, being fall ?hipsriBtfodJhd gol before the winden tbe82d in-.. Hie waa picked np by the CirraaalaahTSabhj Island, 180 adlea from Halifax, ami towed tothia port, arriving as before stated. The City of Rich Bwnd has on heard cutty oao eahia ami 517aSeerage peareagera. Tba pasaeagers of Iba City od Rieb* ui.mil v..il probably he transferred to theCtrcaaeta, which will sail immediately (or New-York. Ten> porart repainwill he made to ta,? disabledateam* - ip i d -He will then proceed on her voyage. Last r arsdai night Mr. Epnor, second obner ot the Pity oi Richmond, was washed overboard in ir- le andilrowued. Hearaa widower and leaves iive children. The saloon passengers subscribed 8190 i : t!i family, rba saloon poaaengenantbsCity of Richmond arc ! A v. st, II I I.'iniriis, Mrs. A. Armetroaa. Joseph i I. ?/. urn, A. s, Jr. Bosh theli ^.1 hartes I'. I. sums, \. c srke, Urs. 8, it. i- uins. Clarte, Artanr ? 11. ?Itch, Miss China, MISS I Lei leb. Miss c, ?s ' . MisadennM | Msrtmeu. Mms. ami maid i ,i kc, Thomas, Roreraes'! i M ore. Miss Hud anrsa Mooreralt, R, J. Dnnnlcan, Mrs, .1 I*. I Mulene, Miehael Persrsun, rnomaa Prior, Ooliaad Co . er. II. I f .inl;. Tn.Una* C Oarnu ? n. it. !?? I Pnnty, Mrs. (Isnimnii, Mrs. ami child il lies, John tjostenbupcr, W.? llobm.BT. A. doitlui, c, 'it wlnaon, Mn Herberl, Miss Amelia Hawsou, Mr'. Jehnmiu, i a n ie* K?ir John K. Kir.Mr-, aad two children Kepide. P. KoWfdlt, Mrs. M. N. Kowsbl, Honen Norva Lads, .1. il. Workmen are bnsily engaged to-night pnparing the Anchor Line steamer i ircassla. some of the Cit] oi Richmond nlooo paamBgcis trill leave bv train in tin morning, The Circaseia Bill probably not be able to leave for Rew-Yorh before to-morrow evening. THE COMMOTION IS IRET^AND, IHK TRIALS AT si.too BBAOR, i obbob, Monday, Nov. 14,1878b i in- prisoners w ho Men arrested last Week ami Isdaad IbJail lo re wa re ehargod hefan Iba Magts Irate* n: slieo lo-ilay with sedition. Mr. Monroe, Queen's GOBaSel ami the Crown Uw Adviser, ojn ie il the ease for the pBSBBSBMaB. Ifl dBBttlblag the ehai aster of tBs BMstlag at Oarteon, as adaded to the al* lagad use of toBamm ttovy laagnaga aad M the pp a aea of men armed Btth Imllallon plkea ami BBtiylag hau? liers liisrrllM-il with iiisloyal mottoes. Mr. LeaOei.aaael tor Paly, applied far a copy of lbs notes of UN speoi hm am M by m tara, Davttt, Kfllea aad Daly, which tba Oovstnmt.nl tbatthaad arriier imd taken at the meeting. Tbe a| p.hall.in was iriaale.t. Aller Iba PSUSSBMB pie. i lit at lae MBStlBg bag been asaadacd Mr. Monroe applied tor the samasitial ot Daly, who w is :ieeoi(liii-lv i oialiiitt, <l fur 111:11, nail Ii In/ ac aaptfld, Killen aad Davttt wees temaaded for fartbov asamtmulon, Oa tba bows of Daly's Ubeniten nraebtag CasUebsr then wer., irreal r,j.n._-s. llmmteaiioss w i re see mired le eel >brate ni< an Iv it Maya wiU laslsi ?pea iii" hewa iih intare repreeeatatlvs iu Parllamaat. Mr. i; a, a solleliar of Belfslr, blmesll at ana time u ptdltlcal pnseoer, defended Killen. The iwinouers all loobcd well aad Mmttad aacmeeraaaty, Ubarh - B, Parnetl aad a nmabei al prto*M were present ui r i ?i urt. There v/aa 1:0demoustntloo. Tneprlson* , :s ...i rs hmwchl to Iiaai t audi r a bee' v <?? rui t. T ie i. Mat eat erowil in Bllsa, Batra poUeetaen have bees ilrs i ted. A report is ear rent th ii the fJovera sen I has an aag <l t.. ...t \..;? e Ii e . \ lo leii.lll s. o.i |be SH'OftlV ol llieir i.ii Ali r i?. 1.1 he repaid 1.1 a term al ye ns. Mr, i?.? aell baa dented tiiesia.eioe.it ibatbehaead ?. i- a ic aaaia aever to pay then rente. Leadisi aewspop rs wf npp<Mite imU leal views asna that the arrests oi Messt . ll.triit, Killen auil Daty, In 11 laud, have had tin . il <-: ot ledaeinglbe aatt-reai atfli.ito-* to the BbatMlaumeat of Ineemlnii f hmgaaas la t,oti .peees -. Tin Oai/f 1'aaBlalahaihaltbeiMiitall.Hi i . ice forth beeeeie amra d-act pita ed ami mgaa* land, while taa n ?r< iMtel > ites tu.it tl will soea die out, as iha aadieaoas si aieeciasw arlll ..won tire af i;?teu lug to dall ?|.da -. a pram seal memberol Ike Roam Betawarty aatled, ai his r>i| ies,. on Lord Beaeouefleid last Batardayaaa hadatomclaut tee arMhbmi. TheOoveraawntiadm* |Mi>eil to ? ml Baal to ?uuie InaB port*, lo Im son, al eusl. I A land meeting was held lo-Ja.v al A^iiaUower, near Castlebar, Coaatj Maye,al aalea lo.onu persons wen per seat. Tue aalt dtwiiitrini? I'lrctitusfancii cuneeniltia the no . t BeatBalla, UOaatl Mayo, on s,itur.|?v iam,w,ts the military eider aad dlactpliae observes] bytbopte< aasaloalais .mj wnieh ???> avtdntly the ie*uit of uuiu lu.. A ?rrat (lrmoti-'.r itioii took phiee et Dundee. Hcol lauil, luat iii^in, il.tsj i jh tsoih neiua present. Tho reao Imloas coadamned Ibe arrest of the uBao prlaoaers, T he nroimnriu Home Huh r w no-e jn. .rni ? Lord llea Bpasfleld leijUrrl. d ,il hlsoftlelal msldeuee oil aalurdny. Is Ml Pail I p Cs i ,n, a.ember of Paillauient forDUB* law. Uli: APPROACHOIG ROYAL MARRIAi.i: Maiuuii. Monday, Not. 24. 1k7U. The Arehdwehen Marie Chiiotlue and her BBtfhtrn rtisdat iha 8ertbsn RaflwayBtstlea bsbom s :. l ila iiiiirnini;. They were received ?r Kiok a j, tba Regal Pttaoaaaaa, MBBtearsi ami bbHmbih Kobmson, m^s ? nth it ibiason, w.liter Il .Inus.ili, Tied. Tuaj r, Lli n.-Csl. Hussill Tnayi r, Mrs. Rosaell w.dle, Mr-. a/iikloa, >! ss M. R'tnsiOW, J .mies C. and civil BBtknrrtMe They prOOCBdad haflMdMlely to the Horn! reaidi nee of Purdo, the king returning to the Palace m Madrid. THE DUKE OF CUMBEBLAHI) M'KMNTIM;. Ix>!?l??v, Tuesday. Met, 25. 1S7U. Tht I'otC* Berlin eorrMpofrdenl Baya it in nenertMl thnt the Duke of Cumberland Inn heroine more reconciled to the thought of renouncing' bin clulm M tho fiirone of Hanover oml accepting as a compromise a ?fil at im tee of the Mlici s^lini to tin; linked Un if Hriiua wlck. A DISORDERLY Ml BTING IH MEXICO. Mrxicn, Nov. HI.?An outrageous sc.un1.il oectirreil on the Ml in<t. a popular club met in the prinzipal theatre. The nice tin if wai (lint tirl?eit bv the Viet? i'l i slitents of Ihe s mite and ii *BM ot i?' p'lt'i dna, Bad a Innre nuiniter of military i Ulcer*, who are walling order*, workiiijr M ihe .interest ol (MMra! (lSUBllrB. Mint ler of War. The BUkHMg was hrekaa ap aarld aeelaaMMeM of M Yls e Beoeetee. aad death lo Hcidtei'." President l)..?r, who wa* very toditmant. Batted upon the .Minister for a satisfaeloiy ex|daualinn. <?i neral OBBialCB, (aillaa to explain, has reaigaed ami has be ? aocceeded hv Governor Psek. en, Belsr Tagle, Mialsli r ef Jest Me. aas bsse farced ta raatga la the taMtwel ol tk ii >r Bsettea. it. volition IM mi'. PACfPIC BTATBB, has I'iiam i-i i>, Nov. SM, n iwa baa beaa reaetvedby Iba aiaaMer Mnwhere, freai Maaattee, of aa bepeedtng re Tale (Ma bj Mexico. Qaoeral Jesu* Raaatrea hu prom.n:ie. d, net MBM of his forcjs leive heen at BeaaiM. CeaooidlB. Capala. aboal sixty bailee fron Ma/atlau. und near the line* of lVinc and sin.ilia. The bMBMreata aarc also praaoweeed al La Pea Aboal SAO erne Mob pooacoatoeof tic Mara, ami utter gefrteg pee M -ion of nil aiins left for the mteimr. Tin: HEAVY FAILURE AT BT. JOHN, N. 15. Sr. .Ions. \. 11., Nov. L'l.-L. A. DeVebOl A S ais. <lry-Kood* rncrr.'uiiit*, have made un assi.tntia-ut to Mr. MeLoed, oBhilai aaaliaea The PeYebera' iiahin tlea, direct and Imliri cl, uuiomit M ahoiit n>7oo,issi. Their na>eti. are larre hilt consist of unrealizable pi op erte, real estate, mills, abtpplae, Ae. About 9100,000 el Hie indebtedness l* dm- in BBgMBd, Bl lur^C PJI't to i. af. Son 6i t?n., of Iiontfou. FOREIIJN Nou s. ixisnos. Maadar. Nov. 21. 1878. The rorresponilent of 'Ihe Mauehetler nuardmn at H'-'lih mv.' : It 1* no longer a secret that Kusslau torelau afctre are about to ta rekea out of Ptiaoa Qerteeaav baafs baada aadeotraatH in PrlaeaWalafeaT,wttb the title for tbe preaeBI of Ytoe-Cbaueellor. Prlnos Mala* I ff 1? in lived 10 be a Mead of Qeraaaajr ami to be peeilealiy inclined. Special illapatakea from pan- state that the Repektt ems are acii'.n tlirenteniiiif the Kri t ch Cuhlno: In con aaajaeaae of tin- reveeettoo or m. Oeet'a appefelBMBl aa Qoreraor of Martleluae. bbbm ParM eewrpopere pae* diet un earlv fall of the Ministry. Ti.e Pans l.e l'au$ rtewa Prim e JeNBM MepeMOB*! apaetaaeeaaTbdt n? the ex-Raapveaa BaadaM, arhlM here, aa likely to have the best ett'ef on the nariy. BKPOBTS ON TRADE ABROAD. Washington, Nov. L'4.?Mr. Adams, United Itatea CBeeal at Geneva, report! MbM bwlbiarlaad be ?tea to Mel tee tsBaoaea of retarnfea peoepertty ta MM i nited Slaies. It la welcomed as meaning; belter times for BeiHTTtaud Tbe aiperta to tee TJelbad Bbbmb had faiMe freai ahoat n.000.000 fraeia m 1871 to a ttMM ?atethan MMMMW0bj 1B7B, eBaa the Maotaa>potBi aeoma to h.:vi b en n aelno. 'Ihe second and thu d qeartera of 1871 Mww a deeadad iBBWaaa. Toe 1 erwarte 11011 of pri served meats and unthraelie coal from li e L'tilled Ht ites bev'iiti on!v a year or two Bam, Bad IBbBM to be profit a ?de. Pre gel ved BBeaM are vety jrctieralij' med and SO d in (icticva. It I? doubtful w hether Ameri? can coal w ill lad a need, market there, aaaajbabllf tf mm pCMa .-hau ii advance a; Iman . Mi. tnittBBBkCtoeaBl at S-.ilu, v. New South Wab-s, rep rcsetits the |H'ii|di: of that colony us progressive ami Beaaporoea Withe populationefKNMMO^ the aada of I uli ic lands 1.it.In.' IIB year BBMBBBted to over sto.ono.ciKi. Alltaaaebeeaf trada ahow un laaroaaa, Tis areai fate raa ttoaal BshiMth n apaoed on the I7lh uf September, Aaterfctaa a?lblta aaeabB of aamaaaluiral ImplemeuM, tobacco, moeblBery. keruaeue. oca toe kooda, plaaoa.eie. Mnuy mtcaded exaiblM (ran tba United sintcs had not artive.l. aad v ere i kpocMd lo be ii o late, Tba esbibtia are BBBMraua aad taaatlfal. Great linr ala aad ler Coloetea exceed ail (ta reat. Am ajaj lie BrtleMs diaidayeii from tie rjnlMdSmieala a a^cnoeof an Iroe betdea Hegwaaral reaelta of tea Bzlikftloo maat ta (aeerable to ami nee. RIVAL COXS?LIi PROM ST. I>o.\nx<;n. Tho revolution in St. Doniago hai resalted m living tare rival Ooaeali (reai (Bel RepulUe to Ni v. Yerii. BrppoaM BatlBB repr.ms the o'd Uoveruuieiit, and Wiishiu/tnn I/ltlgnw the revehBBOBaijr party. Tin- fume r is reeaaeMed by toe American tiorerumi-n', and declines lo Blear aiiy veeaeblfjfreai llBB pott for the puns of l'ucrto Piata aud BaaMBBa aMal UB laid by the revolutionary QeVCI mm Bl und are declared by the QtUllarflM UOVerBMeal to he blockaded. .Mr. Belli Bl s.ishets ac'ini: ui'der special arden (MM bis Ooverameut. aad shall msintara bia poetttea aa eoo [ sui mil 11 the revoiationiaiaalall have 1 uasaawtoa al tie ' eaptiak Mr. Latturow aajra that tbe purp ?a of declaring i he ports in 11.,- pntsesH en of fie ic Volul loiiari liovertl BBoal under bloebade is to pievewt the collect.on of custom- lees 11 ulll which the aliny eoa d lie paid. LTSCBSD Bl KESTVCH 1 uREGULATORS." ('ini'innati, Nov. 24.?A ipoelaldiapetcfa to ihr gnataarer, (ram OartaaBVtU . K>., reports thai bobn tiau tuv* PeMr Lrvtajjasao Bed rrwm 81 he 11 Ooaair m oirape uom the " Bcgabttora,H w-ho lu d pro aoaaea 1 imu to ba a " had rtttstB," and Boexhl to rut the world of bis pMeeBeBi Croaslns the Bandy River Uvfagataa in"k nfBge la WesiYirxiaM. Last Priday a party of Klllott county Regnntora, herum IBeaa where he wea bidloa, rro*sed iiio ii.laabortaa Htato, eaaght Lit limatea, b >a llm back to Keetocky tell, aed kanaed blot No apecitli ebargea were madeaaaual imu, bei he aaaeasa 1 bj . ?* maraader.H RAILROAD TRAFFIC INCREASED. PhILADBLPHIA, Nov. 24??Tba statement of UMboaiaeaeol ail the liaee of the PeaaaylraaM Rails road Cempeay eaat of Plttabarg aad Rrfa, far Octukor, 1878, aa compered alth tke saun- period la ihts, Mawa aa laereaea n peaeearelaga al 1808,788, aa laereeeela expeneeaef !si7ti,:iin. aa UMreaee in net leiaiaaa al 1180.882. 1 at-tea months of is7:i(u, nompared with tie same jet ml ia l?7s ahow an laer i.e ib KToaa earniBBB < 1 BlJHiOJilO; an Increase lu exoeaseeef 11,405^538] an in. ii.i e a in i eeratagsof 888S,480i I A QIRLIKILLED BT Ul i: TBACBER. Norwich, OobBm Nov. 2a,?A lit tie ebild ii,tied PkMve.wkikr'kehkBpaaMkedea herleeetai Moot of the nhoelek la a fortatgkl ago, atfemptaf Mkreak away nod raa keami. raa le teker eaagBl hat ni I Be door ai d ikOrlestea it prnaae t bar ie mi b >l aeea tie doer . ml |am. InBleilea aeveie taakma, nice la muck axcl.es meal lu me dlati lei, aail la aappwsed ale died freai tea Injanea eeived. A SI.H RAILRO in COMPLI TED RrRWIM, K is., Nov. 'J I.?Tlie t l;iel.-la\itie? on tloei no 'I be inch oi the Haloa I*ael8ii M uli ed ? ... eompleted here io> lay. Aboal i ,000 p i m a a ? re a: t u il e ; * aee ibe BratcBgkae idibia, i..e town I.- wild artth exeii meat. WILLED I / i S?S?A ) DASCB. MlLWAUMBB, Nov. 24,? DariBR a li.-'!it at :i dance laat nbcht in Lao tawmal OraevBM, u foe bkttea from ibis elty, Herman Mewar, a reaad bmb tweecy. foer years or age, was MtaaB mi t ie aeadwuh u brick atel killed. CRIMES ASD CAS I ALTIES l>Y TELEGRAPH nn. ha in; ikuspcuita asiiuui; Wii.mis.>. B. Nov. 24, ibe KorwetfiBB itsik Praepanta, t aptsM BaaMieoL(Mai Laodoa ?eptombvr 8B, waal aahara M-daf tear Ton rlaaar, M Nm Intel raa olH. ris ami crew are nl. safe. a BUY AOMI1B rHAT MM BBT a BtOBB 0M PIRB, BUOUU l??W s. V V.. Nov. 2d.?William Neat, I mulatto ln,y aged twelve veal?. v? ho was .ineplel fi.nn l.e New-Yoik oiphan Amuiui ny a eelated faailly o! thla village, loiifessei, Ibal he li t nr.- to the liardwalw slon- ot Vail, llrmk * Cbuk. UKAO ritu.vl OHAJtOOAJ, I CMI.s. M a ni ii is 11 h, n, .1.. Nov. isi.?a ahareoal berai r ?amsdAbtsaaatawastaaaddaadMklaoabla m tar > ?it null n kouin ut this place, yr*ier.iajr luoratng, ll<- gaM ii ? in tb" aBbsta of tea fuiur* troui Imming ilen aal tukka I KNI.l) WITH ANulTII.lt II k\VY -IM bmi 1 . rOTraVUXB, Penn.. HoV. 84.? Jacob and A tart 11 u Ii Ulli ?er, whose ?eh i mir ot i wo yeal? lu 'le I., i k - i ,nn jatliui enn.eaxiiug no-riiiM* i iee m 111. praei axalredea baiurdar. w, re krOOgkl brioVi <lav ami put ae.ior buki.ooo ball on luilb tun nts far peijuiy ami uus,.i :nea.,, r TWO BROTHBRa PBMBBWATBI.V BDBDBBBB VlBOtBia. llL, Nov. SM.?An anlrovnkaa murdot w.at- , itiiiiilsi ?q SiituMfti ah 1 tum Mo.ie Btfkaa 11.'. Ill ot i Ilia place. 1 wi, i lei titan bnilh?i s tuiiie.i Klcbenanil ?rrr heaklagcom, win n Joan N. Bad Itetall lavier, .i?o hfatb eia. cauii* aioug mi hu'ae.oa. k, ulaaM tatad and aarma laaJ iher wi-re goiug tn <i uli-s ti-iiil watch had maic-l u.is>wU lb* laiuUlfe*, laardetuil nein ami ft. ,1. GOVERNMENT NEWS. THE CAPITAL WAKING I T A LITTLE. Till: rHUODKNT's MFSsai.I i.'.im, IMu I MM <.'>s* HP Allorr Tili: iti.vi \i iIt- POBTAfc <IBBBB ?MI ROO BBWB, President Hayes Imm completed Iii-? messa.ro anil Ml it to the Public Pi inter bl bo put info type. It will not recommend any tinaii do! legislation. In view of lbs approaching BSBBhMI of Congress, there is talk about tho rBTtBMBB*. ami it is said that many BJfgshfBI of Congress f ivor a mtOTOtion of t he tax on tia gad COflfeO. Ni W*po i..i < .ii .[.* me about, to lie issued to bo used in in cru itmiinl 00f> n spiuidi hit. TOO wife anil btOthot of Ml. .Mum.z, who were arresfed in Cabe, have 0000 released. The Court of Claims took fMMOOO* ohra of its new qasrtors lo tbe old rn'?loion*i Bank building, lilt; MESSAGE <>l IHK PRESIDENT. no iivamtal ik;i?iation wuaiiviu 1:1 OQ0J> .Ml Mil i? bt ii. I bt fB&BQBAfB ro ibb IBIBUBB.I Washimjiov. Nov. 84*?Tbs ProttdOBl BBS coin* pkte;| Iiis tuesJugc, anil it is alr.ady in lyne. but tin* lHapitwbn which hflTS ?.B tdsgBBBbsd from her" lo sevi ral newspapers Last aid Went, purport? ing to gtvotbs substance 01 Hie message, a'e purely ^worksof tho imagination. TbtM diepatsbn ' pfBBBBf atnonif other things that the PrsflBOBBI t ceBI bbbmU tue gradual retirement bJ mm greenbsafct from eireiilation, ami they hint in a general way at other financial BtSBSBMt ot iBtDOrtSBM which hfl will advocate in tho message A person who ha? read the message aeeerta tool it eoateiaa nothing of the kiml alleged, hut that it. oa tl.e eoutrarv, strongly advis'-s that no tinam i.il legislation what OTOt sir ol Id he had. WHERE REVENUE MAT BE GAINED. tiik tXCBBASKD incomes FltoU sfli All ?oosstp Alton M W U0BNL4TMMI As PO s| ,jAit, fBB and OOVBBB. tar noLBOiAPB ro nra ibibi,bb.i Wasbibotob, Rot. im.?Assistant - ^' i retnrr Preaeb states that the Dear ragalatlbas adapted for the WSighiagand graiiiugOi imported sugars hWTB boos at tended with aettefartery results. Aircuiy t be < I .vermin nt lias mtb i 83,000,000 this year. .)ii.lgc Flench hopes that Congress will enact such legislation as will prevent fraud and enable tin department to eolloel tbe dattaa Impoaeil apon this article of imp >rt.itioa at the least espOUSS, The present head of the department bat fa Voted a duty that should be at om? rate on all such ? up to a point thai weald exclude all temptation to OOiOC sitirar for tho pur paM <d redaalni the daty or to Mmmil fraud by means in sampling Bud claesiSoetiOW. I bb dutiesbob are to a large aztent Oepeadsal spaa the Bdelliy of the BBBtplera, Mho art bbmbbj the lewoat paid edteart in the pabJii a mce. a uni? form iluty upon all important sugars, up to No. li Hutch standard of Color, would lcunno all aiaMtni emberraasaaeala Unfortunately the BBBBB BBBB hive found if in tbo past iBtpsastMs to agree upon a hill that would he -atistaetorv to iaaporteta. roAaort and growers alike I and t.ie differenee among them hat uni? formly resulted in non-action. Tee i ommittec at Weights and Measures is know n to lie favorable tu BBeh a bbbbbb in the sugar tart Raa will oa at cept* able io the QoTernntent and the hottest importers. As statistics tbo w t Bat tue eoasuatera bevo de> rived no hetoiit whatever trotn the removal ot tile daty on tea ami coffee, there are mas) deaatora and Repreeoa tati vee who favor the renewal of the Bison those artbstca, espeeiaUya>| the dedeil eansod by the redactpmi of the tax on tobacco rsanhfea tbe making of provtaions tor an increase in the revenue. The Proaeary Depart men i is noderstood to favor tin iiupoaitioa of a unatl dutf u|m?ii lea andeodee. THE COURT <>C CLAIMS IN HEW QUARTERS, mi: oi.D hiI!D.mk\'s BANS OCCt'BIBO ?v im* ZU do Bt POO Tit B i IBBf 11MB. fOKNKUAI. I'HKSS m-im. ll J vTltfflBOTOB, Nov. 24. -1 be < 'ourl of t lalan < as. vsaed in its bow ewarten for the Ural tine to-day. Cbtef-JnstieQ Drake presided, witb Judges Rieh* ardeoa, Davia aad Munt upon lbs bench. Jadge Kaobt was absent. Jadgm P* !.. 11 ( hicaga, and l.oria?. oi tbtocity, fonacsiyof the Court ol I'laima. bal bow apoa the relirad ller-, wen invited to nt Bpoa tbo beach to-day, aad the latter see ptedtha lavitatioa. Mo bailnsat aat tisnasi lisJ. fiiospt to hear a lew motions, a ui the Coarl Bd|onmed until m \t Monday, oben the resjalai aunaal t trat win bo opened. JudgsRhshard*onsedsy read a paper giving a BbMory of tbe Court since its establishment nmhw the set oi February 24, 1830, The aew ooart-eoom is m the largo batldiaa^ op? posite the north front of the Tree un. foraterty oecMpttd by the Prcedmen'a Baak. ?The upp-r stories are devoted to the Department ol Justice. I in- entire loarer Boor has been reanNtelled. und very eimvoaicntly fitted ap for the t tol tbe Conn ot claims, ih- cbaaga from tbe damp and bob Uactedcjaarters in t is banemoul ol thtt apitol to the presenI coinmodlouarooms is coualtbrr^d ln^iily desirable. _ _ A NT.W THINQ IN POSTAL CARDS. 4 TWO CBBT TABIBTT TO no TO FOB BIB 00 B> TBI1>?AMKBtCsBB POBD of COBBaSPOXDBBCO v, 111: CS BPS, luv rBUOBaTO to Tin; tmi.im .I WsoniBOTOB.Mew. 24.?Tba Peel Ofltos ll-nart l.ii nt has made arian.'ei.!e!ita to place Intel national Poatal Carda en bbIc ob the 1M of DoceBtbeg. Tho line, of the BBlds w ill be 1' OSBbj, ami tin y tuav Is* need withoel additioasl postage to anv cimntiy w hich is a member of the postal Union, The eardt ereprtBtedin blae, but in other reao eta they are similar in appearanoe to the eanls now in local use. I be entire revenue deriTod rtom tbe mlc of ibesa carls forms:, par: of t he postal r . a lea of tins country. The tatest ronorts (torn rarioua oflteea indieate that about twice as awuy postal aania bib mailed to lorcigu eountiiis from the Uuit? d Htatea as come huh r from abroad, rbia indleatce thai this batuie of the international postal nrrarav** menleiaworkbtg direettt to the prowl of tin- United States lu Hi ? way of revenue. Hither to the aoader af a postal csnl loaforelgo c" miry h is bet n suder the doccssiiv ol sflis.up additional one ecut si a u p. s( i i I s.s ijj AN INDIAN RXPERIMEN !'. HM en i IT. w as PI.BABBB BTITH rHBIB BUBIBO tOOOMUM, 101 Bl BAL BBBBB BMPaTCfl 1 Wasii'ni; ion. Nov. ??.'I.?Tin- aicul in ehaDBB of tin vTbiteEaitbReservation in MinncaotABtpsgH h>tbe lateriorDepertmeni that tbe Caippewala* dlaaahave Baads rery gratifying aaatcsa of the experiment of raisins sorghum ibat port of tka country. The yield from twenty?ffvi acrea apaa w!ni !i ihe exnertmeni waa tne-i si aeon was ion a illoua of a) i up par acte. Tba Chippi a as an much pe ?ed with tho iBdaatry, aad aeai ynrtltcywIU plant 200acreawiMi mi,Khun:. The aceot npisjfs ilia it will grow and ripen Biamsiij lands ? ipable el pn nciUBcarn. nnChlnpt'art ,atnnt l,oooiu Domber, who wen nil wild Indiana ten rears age^ have als n t lu > n son raised abundant?r n? of grit in and voaotablet, aad tn tenoned to ivbipps aad i oa tea tod. MR. MCNOZ'8 RELATIVES RELRAHED. Wasbibotob,Nov. 84.-4a respona to mtm lispbinordm iddreseodby Seemtavj i-iv irtstolho Uaited M.ii'". CoBaai-Ooaeral at 11 ? % ana, direetiag him to make nil BSSBBBBiy dm fOBSOntl ma e IBBOtB* tog tin reseat arreet, at BaiiUagu be Cube, el tho ante aad brother of Mr. Muooa, ol Ui nkiyn. a tobn gMMBbaaoBBB leeeired fnm tbe CouBal**lieuenl announcing thai they have la ea nleaw d. I br dia* patch mveo nuparticnlara, bul rein:, io u general n ;m?rt by mall. WARHIKUl'OR NOTES. VrSBBI -<.ion. Mead iv. N. v. ui. ISIOi (Vlonel John Hay, ihe n.-w y appotol ->l AwMtBBl Bl 0 ret iry of State has an .uue .1 ibe 'bito s of his otbee. Iba TkhsflBrj DapaHmaal bat parchaasd Wjkyoto aaauaaef attva aalboo tordellrsry at the PhtladalyMa aadOas Pnactan Mints. OOBBtal NtBttn reiiorls that Ihe export of provisions Sanaa Oetubes teaabad ? eatae et p7?OSOyOSe t^t?t ttarto Qetabn It was 18,787,085. Iba etport from Nee-Tors was B&.BS0.010) .. ai Bus tea. gl^HI7,Ult| and irom Pulledo.phu, 0454^170] tbtLBipsfM inm all other i.e. it. It, iuj .thout tf ?j.o.,??.k?.