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NEW-YORK," SIWDAY, OCTOBER IO, I880.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FIVi: CENTS. THE NEWS ra LOaNDOX. TUB OUTLOOK IN EUBOPE. run rowv:RB BTILL i\ ACOOBD with BNQLAirDBB? gABDINO III": nr.ntvi'viRV TTJBKB?TBB HUSH LAKS I'.l'l'K CAVSUra Tilt DOTI-itNM, Irt aNxiviy?BIB BAKTLB BBS8B nu wiiikhi lilli EDI BS, Tho cable dispatch tn Tm: TlIBI Kl from London slums tint tim rowers hart necopted, in prtaeiple, Hm Brltiab plan for coi'ivinj; Turkey. England, Boaaia :ni<l Italy will probably be iiis'ructi'd tn art for tuc rest. Tho llisb m*A t.itioii is lu,inning formidahle. Ware it not for Um Tmkit-li question Parliament -ni*--. be convened t<> con-idir thc state of Ireland, r-ii Bartk Tun' his returnoil to England ; ho linds no ilofomlcrs in tho pr. ss. A Scotch project to fellini a Tory journal has failed. LEADING AFFAIRS ABROAD. (trana. Lonna i'i;ikm>?tue hush agitation 1 Alli.NMNG?TUB BlilTISII TOIUKS BIBY. If.V CAMM TO TIIF. TllIBlSr.l Tomkin, Saturday, Oct. 9.1880. Though there aro conflicting ivports respect lnL* tlie reception of tho BngHBh proposals of starving Turkey into ?ab-MBBJOB and of IBitteg islands in the ....semi Sea, it ib thar the Pew em have approved the principle involveit. All may twt join in th** B-Opseed coeroiou, and BOOM mav act as the manda:ones of BareBO?England, Kussta and Italy, fur InstBUOB The Sultan's mite indicates such conteitipt for the Powers and shows such iiBtiicidal spirit, that the Torte is p nw Ina Hy losing all its old sympathi" rs. Tlie BttoanptB tliis week to rouse pub* Jic feeling hy incetiiiL'.-. i.Uiitii:-! Mr. Gladstone's pol? icy were mis.-rattle failures-, and the Jingo journals are uiuilu,lily flnaaiting tbs Porto. Tho Standard is. in fad, l-ec-oniiugthoroughly Ministerial on many Biihjet'ts. Hie Conserva! ives aro al.nutod at the lo.-s of Hiichaii iBBpartaal ally. !'iu look for consola timi la the tin-i-ec'it IWlgreBB,which is stopping into Tlir Stomdartf* place as the landing Tory organ. Bom* Btrengtll and eclat aro imparted to th- new desertare of The Totn/ra/k by the building af Baw ollices whose magnificence givesjuv to t;ie Torr heart?. nu laina mocaucB ixcRUASieo. Hm antagonism batmen the landlords and the Irish Load Leanne laeieaeee. Tbs deputation of more than a lni'idreil landlords that tidied on tlc Viceroy t" argo eoeroive meoanrea is deemed signiii cant, and immy believe thal the (.ovornnient regard it as a jus'itlcation for imposing repressive logisla tion. Th? landlord;.' eoaiplaitttfl are expected to result in greater violence and tumult, which will atlord further warrant lor fresh legislation. I know that little ia required to induce the Government to call a special bbmJob of Parliament to discuss the affairs of Ireland. Tho chief ahBtaele is not the attitude of tho Irish, bot the Eastern question. If JMr. Gladstone*, plans in regaid to tho latter go BnMWthly ho will not hesitate to summon Parlia? ment: hut if tho Eastern project fares badly Mr. Gladstone will not care to expose the failuro of his lnt!,i\ loseeh criticism ivs would arise if Furliamciit wi re Bnnunoned to discuss Irish uueslions. Many members aro in town, as the expectation of a winter bbibjou ine-eaees, iaknki.i. Td BBTtBIT america. Mr. Furnell t;lks of au ut her tour to the United Btatce to renleaish his exchequer, fur agitation. Ile vraate to start B LeagW newspaper. If the land? lords perliiiiii their threats to refuse to discharge their public dntiea and to arm men on whom they can rely, the Iris!i chaos will rapidly increase and the QoTcrnment be compelled to Interfere. Tbera is a noteworthy increase la tbe number of the Irish priesthood w!io are awakening to the teachiaga af tba Land League. In cloyne the Bishop, tho Archdeacon and 100 of the clergy rejected thc plan of the League for getting rid of all landlords, sin Buen.- rana home again. Sir Bartle Flore's return oeeaaioned what was really it political demonstration. Mot a tingle morning paper aatd a word indefenee of his policy. 'Ihe (?ond*. lunation of Tlie Standard, which shows the /eal nf a new convert, is the mool s 'Vere. Frere ll BOW Staying With the Prince of Wales in Aber ge die. He is adapted for obi. ia! duties, but is in no sense a politician. Mi. (iii.1-t,m,- may abow magnanimity bj r placing lum ut tin India Connell in pl ice of Mi. .'I. : iwither, who died recently. ANX1BTT AlKUl CANDA-UB. The withdrawal of tbe best troop- from Caadahai is condemned In Anglo-Indian circles. Great dla* trust laexBreaaed as to Qeneral Phayiwa capacity to command iu Sou.li Afghanistan. M-i'iNsiNi; wini HALI. The Eagliah finn rs are hit again, being threat? ened with lc :. faina from the abolition of tho mdt tax. At tho brewers' exhibition good popular bael was shown. which hud been brewed from maize and rice. Some newspapers Bungeet the probability of American BUUM sup? planting Euglieh bailey. COUEUI'T l'RACITCKS DISC I.ost D. The eorriiptioti d-Baloeed by election inquiries allows bow little tho ballot prevents bribery. Thc Tory party are organizing actively a PnrliaBMntary movement to prevent the renewal ot the Hallet act. Baan nawapapera demand severe punishment for rich peanona guilty of bribery. (ni int.-ir.8AT a emiten OONOBBM, It should not lie supposed that the gnehlng tani duet of thirty-two Noiiioiiloniiists who hav, pre ganted aa addieaa at tba Laieeeter Chart b Coagreaa, recounting tbe luneut Nonconformity has derived fi om the eleajaent Branchal a, seraphic loetotaaad (saintly examples of the Church, has more signili ciiiie than as an act of local courtesy. The sword of dissent against tho Chaieb is not Sheathed. Tba Liberation Society is pteparinif for a winter campaign. 11IK SOCIAL SCIENCE CONORK33. The Beeta! Science Congress is duller than ever. 'Ihe Women's Rights party .ct up remarkabb' claims. Everybody is agreed that married women Blinni.) own their own property, but there ia not in ut li unanimity about Hm, linnean Maelaien's chum that w rf, a should have exclusive cusody of their children. J ho deniand thal husbands ?hall maintain children aud give up all right to them la in-w to Hughs!) ears. Tin; I.OI'.li MA Volt EMIT. ?i. MueAi'lhur, the Lord Mayor elect of L-m ???* will be tba brat Wesleyan to hold that ellice, u u. .Hittite, tlmt tho Wehlevans will hold a sort of CB um.meal OOBBOfl in England next year. A OONaBltTATfTI rii.'.lF.cr BATLB. The Scotch Coaaai relives eadeaToted to nranaa their anning cause in Liberal Redland by organ? ising a movement to subsidise ibo. press. Many meetings wore held by dukes, louis and conimou ' i>. Money was promised to stan a groat Tory newspaper, with a eomblnutiea "f Parliamentary reports, London ooirespandeaee and lending arti tics of til- right eotor, bal the project utterly failed. Neither ConaarvatlaflB nor Ita rats Will flonrlata in Bcatland. mk. uoacnaa not ooawkq back. Tba lepcrta of Mr. Gaeenear*1 return from Con? stantinople are premature. BEN EBAL FOB EION NEWS. THE ANTI-TI.UKImI LEAGUE. ENGLAND'S NEW SCHEME AI-l'ltOVKIl BY THE i-i iw .".ns. I.omhin, Salur.liiy, Oct. 9. I*rt0. The Pall itali (!a;<lle says soini-oflicially : " We Badantani thal the atepssad Barm Dperatteai in the Jagaaa leas by winch u la hoi* d io (xert uu ssneUve peaeaara en Hie sultan, are apstaved by all n,e Powers. Ibo execution of tile dieu ion of tho European eiineert will be entrusted to the flet-ta of ut leirst three of the Pa wera, waa wiU act a* tho mnnJirtflfT af Baaepe." A Paris diapatch ti, Jlir Hmm say*: " lt is expected that the new SBOpOSBiB af Kiitlaml rOSard-M ihe SOOIM to Ij.1 adopted hythe Powers in tho settlement of flu gs st tts Qaaaftea will not Ih- eeuaMered br Ibe Pi anal taiB Bal ti ti ttl Uk- i et urn af l'ri airlcnt (ii evy nert week." ihe limes, in a lending editorial this BM IBlBI. BBJB " As lotn,-ns the Barepeea eoaeert lasts, we mav feel emili',irutivelv Iree 'rom anxiety, and for tho prsaant tl (ie an- no hikiih of it giving sui." Hu Majesty'* iruop-sliiii Assistance, which nails trnin l'< rt<in,mill touiurrow. takes Hf; j I,ns ol ammunition and Inn-lour Nurdenfo'd mid (lalling guns fur Malta, v. neil-.- in, j vvili in- distributed. A lieut, r (lii-ii.iich lunn U.icii.a says: "RtsaPaoba has in en eeaferrtns wita defecates of tim Alimiuuii Cst bolls trllH's, and has Mic-redi (I In cal ti I un Hiern over tu lu. sin-. Ihe Miizuia ll i:l:i- are I" ni"- .1. mi_:i y fortified." 'Hie dlspateh to Thr Daily Telegraph fr "tn Ca?telnuuro Dalmatia, nays tii.,t iUen are taren nukisii men-of-war before Dnlcigao, and t,mt the kfoateiiearina require pi "lunary aid in older Ul keep their pissant loree under arms. Admiral Beymoor, Um British ComaMmder-ln-43hlel of ibo nutted Beeta In Turkish water, -uomioned 1 I ibe A, li, urals io-lay and rooke wiin theta separately, sad ii is believed tbal be Rare thew laetruetlona. HUSH LAXDLOSD8 AI.AKMK1). I.o.MioN, Hamid iy, ?? 1. il. lP?o. Tie lhiUUn Mnil ot Ins- eTcning anya : " lt is Stated that the Iti-hl Hon IV. __ Forster, Chief Secretary fur Iiflaii't, has intoiin.-d 1 depot.nlon cf land (H.t. who wailc! on btm. Unit he would retool If he should he obliged tosasjarad Um writ of Babsai eorpas. ont tiiat Hie lioveniuicut would do *o if lt became utisdulciy j in eeasary." THE FRENCH DECREEH Pabw Batnrdar, Oet o. issoe At a Caliinot council to-day it waa anani Bteualy resolved to take deet-lve stepsaaalasl D* na auilicriz.il eoiifratciiilties. 'Ihe execution of tin- de? cree* will e.in nc ? 11. .xt week, int tba df talla of Hie picea'tdiiigs ol lac council BIS ni present a fccrel. A HUERICANE AT SKA. Nkiv-Oki.i.ans tnt. 9.?Tba iteamahip >Yill i.iiii li;, ki'^oa, ire.a QsBOB, report* thal en October 1, iii latitude, "il" north and longitude Ci-' 20" west, lbs cticoiiiiicred a vin (nt borrteane from anet beam 1 that iii'vessel waa repsatedly thrown ea her beam eade, had bsreompssa and tupanna hstfibfa Mown awsy, her fixtures and tvli-'el-liuuses 1.1 iwn down, ami lu r Windows and steeniiK tear lirnkru, and tiiat fur two iiotir> the sea wa* mown flat, tbe spray reeembUag a dense log. ,*? FI-KI'VIAN TOWNS DOMBABDED. Panama, Oct, 9.?The Chilians have bom? barded CbOlillea and Ai.eon, and destroyed many valuable .--un.'i plantations la the north. F0BE1GH NOTES. LONDON, Saturday, Ont. 9, 11?0. The Prussian Parltan eal will meet November 28 for eoaatderatton of prince Hisinonk's eeanomleal Mbetne. Vici-At'iiiiiiai Be] lu'Mii'. previous 11 in? laten lews witt tbs Admiral* of the Beeta to-day( bad reeelvad laetrnc Huns lr nu Loudon. lin- rebel B lento Chi. f, Lsrotbodl, la eoneentr iring his tune m-ir Mafeteng. The relieving force will leave Weflener for that point tn a few dara Bim Pasha, tb Tarhlsh Coaamandar-ln-Ch-ef, ta ea peetedat Podaeritsa tc confer with tbe ttontenecrin Chiefs respeeUns the possibility of an stateable aettle un nt. The Siioritman says : Huamer baa arrived at Barnes with Ula cluer supp rler. W McManiu, ol Boston. Il" la apparently a pear massa fm Laycock, He ls suffering lii.hi a cold. 'inc Qerssaa ateamei Asm wa. stranded at the island of Boeotia. In tbe Indian Ooean, imb September 28. Ho litres were test. Tue Asls erna bound from Arney to Bea-York, via tba Baea Canal. ABearter dispatch from OOBStanttaOpie says: The Bullan aaa deelared tbat be weald rather abdicate than yield to tbe wishes of tbe Powers, ile ha* had a pro? tracted intcivi' w with Hobart Pacha. A Paris dispatch ts faa Daffy ffees says: "lloayn* ..14 ate has y.-t been found icr tbe promotion of ibe Pan nmn Cami mbeme. but if na leane of .-tuck thonld taiie place through the Comptoil d' Eacompto, al! me other i .tabllBbnienta woo ld consent t.i receive aubscrlptl u " In tbe M-uiii!- iiiii'th between Tboaaaa Blackman, ol Dulwich, ami Henry Clasper, ot Wandsworth, for B1U0 n fi. lc, Vi Iii i'll \\;<s rov.eil ll,;- it le: ic kui over tlie Til ines Cbumplonshio eouree, a distance of four and a quarter mile.-.. Blackman waa tbe alnuer of lue race easily by tea ii ngtbs, iu _.") minutes and 41 aeeond*, FIVE MLS MLLELX COLLISION' AT lior B-Tan, CONN.?TUB THAIN'S Vt'KI.I Kl.H. Haktforp, Conn., Oct. ii.?An accident nc curred on tin: N,w Yoi li and Nett-lu-taiil Kailroail nt Hop Uiver, lit ar Wili,iiiaiitic, last Bight. Ii was caused Mumu between tbs psmsngsi sad seeanunada Hon tram leaving thi. city at 7; Jo "VI.iel. la.! Bight snd lin-fie.ulit liam K'i'ii-r wi si from VVilliinaiitie. 1 ;,, wreck aaa B hud ene. Tin- nain, s of tue Ive men killed nt tbe accident ara -Engineer Charles Keayea and Birts saan Tboaaaa Flood, both of Hartford, of ibe laaaoBgai train, and Bugloeer Walter Porsytbe, "f Pntnam, and l.ietiiiii Mn-intci Harley, af Boston, ami Oonductoi ll. <?. Aidneii, ol Hartford, all of the freicbt ir..lu. There were onlj a tow pam angers on tbs train, and only one waa Injured. Tala passenger reemvad n augbt hrakm lathe lace. TAMMANY PRIM ART ELECTIONS Tho Tatnmany Hall Primary Dectiooi nero held hut eventmrla tbevartona Assembly Dletrlete to choose flaiasatm tn Ceanty, f^ngreaaiansl ami Assam Lly Om.volitions, aad ton Convention fer tbeaomlne tl.ni of Aldermen. 'Hie County l'mit cition will meet iii I annual,f Hall, Oconer lil, al ',1 p. m.; tba Cm i!'--iu.al Convention, Ovioberl2. M 3 p. m.: tbe Aa t, tnl'iv o',invention, CH lober 14. al H p. m.; and ile ( ,.ic \' ut nu to make munn,ali,mri for Aide, in <u, ih tubal i >. ul 3 p. m. _____________________ CRIMES AND CASUALTIES?BY TELEOB MU. m ? - THBOWlt our and Kif. .KD. Bi ?. wi 4,ii?. Pt., i),-i. 9.?Eseaiul Johnson, age (liMv fathfl in law ,.f ?",v,Tu"r K.ini!i;i_i, wan thuin ii from a eases la-day ans InalaaUy klllsd. HUH l,K HY A I.O, llMOTIVi:. Fi IT8TON, Penn., O' t. 9.?Andrew Hemlock, while tiiiiMnir on tii? Braes si lb* i. iii.h Vailsr Uslli-ad thia inuiiiii.f., wn.hiruiK bf B i". 'jiii.'tivi and I,itally injurisl. A Tl.X.ts TBAQBDT. (iAI VISK.V, 'texas, lld. !l. - A spell ii (|l-|, atoll to FAS Asea li"... Mosts, '1','xaa, a*?-: 1,-iei'ii ni'iiiilDs, ll. 1.. 1'ei 11 luau w.i. hliu; auil kil.nl liv iimaii munni Wi A ?Cans MIMI 1tDKltl.li BocHcamn, n. ... t> .9.?Angusi Bermsn, aged to years, wm nnrdsred here last night, liisi-kuii >aa tia' lure.1 huiI Ins urcii BBd -MS h-dly cut. ll It mon in* Tiife (oiuui ti"i iiii- Seed. KNOlKl-.ll (i\ Lilli. IA lill UV A Si'All. I ; i -nu v. V .1.. <? '.'.?. -John Lvnch,ol Norfolk, Va. our nf thc ixpw nt III '? Kltiiidii' I Kat, li ic.-. WOO tba lsd overboard tn a kiar, tau iiuuiiuik. vbds k"Iuk in . . di-, w mw rv, iis't ni' -fawned U \ FATAL Uilil'INu BBBBKA1 i. iMiiw.ikc. Wia., O. I. '.?.- A riiepateh lo I hr gtmttnot 114,111 Miuii'ie. Wis, siva lli.it Jolin M.ulicni, ait" Mitti- -n V SW. vvlile ii-.i -ii.ul i uk ii in ?ly nilli i ir-l . nii|iu- .ii >_? i h. usskey, asasbotsnd kiiio<t t,y Bs*kay, who waa arl.-alr'l. MOUK INDIAN. IK il lill-.-. M\ KiiaN'.'is.'?, Oct. 9. <>n iiiv-d.iv last, en Baker Blver. laJsesoa Bvsrlss latta kesiahla esbla by two Indi' ia 0 'Hi "i w ii'.m he killed. Blrsrts sod hu parted alia....', .iti i .in rsa !"? res ludisai -'-..t aa manera tn Muuiiiii"! a ni i'i ?:.-?! I'be ? i. ii ats modi slaraed and _J . _..U.t .. i-f Ml i'lU.ai.l'iU, l-UCUO, INDIANA AND OHIO. THE OITTLOOI POE MAT TUESDAY. BOTH PABTUBI tOTB ash a. ivi ?i iii- MT0AT1OB IN IM'ltNAI', l.!S. ( I j;VI LAM* AM' CIM IBB I I iu pi BLIOAXS am. ni Mm BAU Ai.iki: BOPBPUX OB Vii ii ni v. S|ieiinl diepate-tea to Thi Tkii'.ini. trots Ohio nnd Iniliaim indicate that tin- canvass now drawing lo a eloee luis been one of the meal exciting for many yearn, Tbe dis? patch from Indianapolis rama np Ihe elaina open which tbe two parties liiiM- their Lopes of W< ti-s, ami tttfOWa light upon thc doings of thc 1 >,mot.i;n i,- repeaters who have trune to ohio uni [adiana bom tba Eastern cities. Tba ImsiiicKs men md BMUtnfactan ii nf Cleveland took part in a pai nie yecterday afternoon, and in the evening General Hawley ami Emory storr* m:ulo pointed ami telling Bpeeehes, The Democrnti bad ,t large demon atrnt-ou in Cincinnati yeaterday. They have enticed colored voters to leave ohio. THE CONTEST IN INDIANA. THE CLAIMS CK TIM TWO PAI! 1 IIS?f Ai'll 11OP1N0 I OK raOOBBB--WHAT TlikY BASK THPIlt Hnl'r'8 fl'ON ?lil.ll.CllVI ?? AKIKKT1IF. IlK.MO' !B A TIC BB* 1*1 AUKS. IBY THI.KORArH TS) TUB TRtnWfK.1 iNi'iAM.troi.is, Ind., Oet. 9.? The week elosed with lioth parin'H active, vigilant, nervous, anxious and iiojieful. Tiie Democrats profess to be certain of aaeceas, The Rnpnbliaana only sny tbat they SXPCOt to succeed. The follow int; aro the chief reasons why tba Bepubllcanaam hopeful that they will win : Fint Tbey know they have found votes in the (anil and general bnsjneaeIssues. Democratic imsi mss men in almost every lurire town have daelnred tbeir Intention to vote tba Bepnb liciiii ticket, nml hundreds of working? men in Indianapolis. N*w-\lbany and other Bmnnfactaring cities wba never voted aoytbing hut Demoeralic tickets are now enrolled in Bepub* lie-in eluhs. Sirond? Tho Southern question now presents itself in a much clearer, stranger and more alarm? ing light tbun it dui in ihti;. Then tbedontbwas not solid, and Boutbern rule was like a vague bpi o iif in the horizon of the future. Now every Booth? era Btatea is dominnled by the mtoler> ant rebel element, Tho Booth has control of both branches of Congress, alu! a reaction in favor of Rebellion is an Immediate ami tbreataoina reality. laird?AlbertO. Porter, the Republican nominee for Governor, bus nu excellent record on financial questions, while Franklyn Landan, tbe Democratic nominee, baa a vary bad record, having been prior to this cainpaiuii a blatant, sufi _aoney demagoaue. Porter ia -universally respected] LnnderVa eanvam baa forfeited for lum the respect ol all save the most bigoted Democratic partleana, rmirih ? 1 lu ic bas been considerable neexo Immi Bretton dorina tbe past four year*. Tbe osgi ira hi ve been atti u ted by tbe demand foe labor i n tbe i un:-, and in the '"Wu-, and have Bed from ih-i-i cation. Probably tfaacolored rota ls2.000grealac than ia 1876, aad it is all a Republican vote. / Ifth? The Dnnkards and ons or two other psi u liar religions sects, tba memberaoi which seldom take any part in pol,''cul stiif,-, are warmly Inter? ested thia year upon tbe Republican side. The large tleinoustraiioii of I heciplea, called CampbolUtao by oth.-r sects, are much pleased si tbs nomination of one cf their members for President, and will give illili" Democratic votea to tbe Republican ticket. They resent tba slanderous abuae which bas bera beaned open General Garfield, wbom they have always areal iv admired a^ the purest and au at dis ti n un isl., ii member ot their church. sixth? The Ui puiiiic in county ami township or? ganisation bi much more thorough, ene. etie and efficient than ever before, '1 he details of ti., can? vass have Peen nu,ii-r th,-direct supervision oflbe stat,- Committee, who have given tn,ne sttention and aid to tba local organisations than in any pre? vious campaign. s, n ntl,?A wry careful poll hus been made of the entile siate. Tbe rienits af the poll, rep rted per? sonally to tie Btati Committee hy the teni ty oommitte men, have been n viewed, and tbe Bgui ea have been reduced on tbe Republican aide aad in? ti on the Democratic side to make ample al? lowance for errors and shrinkages, The result seems to indicate a small Republican plurality. Tbe reasona widen lead tbe Democratic managuts to ezpreaa ao mach eonfideueaol snocess, am as io] lows : first?Indiana baa been s Democratic State since i^7_. Tba Democratic plurality in is7t; wss over ii.ooo, nml in lsiTisi; was over li.ooo, TbeDemo ciatie managers believe they began the eanvam this rear with an advantage of folly in.ooo rotas in their favor. Second 'They think thal tba effort of the ean vasa bas been to wear away the Greenback vote, which ran np from alu.ut 0,000 in 1>7C to 30,000* in 187H, ami that the disintegrated Greenback ak mani la oompoeed of tuen uf Democratic antecedents, who will return to their old Barty, leaving tba sound Republican du? mont to stick. rUrd -Tl i general work and axcitementof tba eaatpaign have mu resulted, aeeerdiag ta tba Di mn eratic theory, in many eliauues ol votes, bal nave only stirred up both sidestc L'et out their full voting Strength. Therefore the election will lind the Donn State With at learnt their numerical mipenority of i87a lonrih?Tim Democratic local organisation is aa thorough aa tba Republican, atula great il.,il af mooes baa been apenl m perfecting il and in provid? ing tlie local party workers with funds for election day ,i8''* Kaili party ebnrgSS the other with colonisation frauds. The RepnUienna say tbat tba Beeron, whom tbey ara accused of bnperttng have ?il bean In the State for nv. r six months, ami are hona lido ii-i.h ins .md leiriil roten who aro a part of the anal] bat steady current af negro Immi? gration which has been flowing into the State for years p.-vst. Tho Democrat, ilmy that they fire Imparting Kentuckians. hut tbs Ropabllaana have a daily report al tba names and former reeideaoea of men from south ol the Ohm Pivot, who Pave lu cn spotted l>v in ti Mip pssed lo be D imoerate, wno gel la to tbeir eonlidence and watch then movements. Kacli side aecnaes the ot her of bringing in rouirh* sad repeaters from Eaatern cities. Tho exam truth about thia matter la aa follows; Ah,.ut a we k atto th, Republicans her.- wera Informed bj tale* prams Uotn Philadelphia of tim aepart ur,, of a gang of notorious Democratic roughs, bound for Indialla, Wu inn the next few daysBimilsr dispatches came from New-York, li. iimi, oi, - ninl other eitie*. The progress c>f tim hv v.Khun* parties was noted by telegram* tram Pitts? burg aud Commons. A portion "t these feicas caine I,ci,- and a.ii"" -topped in oin... I,, ebeckm ite their aobeme tbe Republicans tele BTaphsd for dele, lives from Philadelphia and New York. The detectives came, bringing with them a number of Republicen ward politicians, who \m re brought iiloint to Identify them. These dele. 11 vs and theil assist inls are de? nounced as Republican mpaatsfs hv the Democratic papers. Thew ur,-, perhaps, fifty of them m ail iiiihe Bftate, Ol tbe Democrat*wbo bsve no business baw, anissa they cunio toeammlt election frauds, there are believed to bs ovei OOO. on i tn* above presentation "i facts, winch aims ta be an entirely fair one. the outlook tot faraday's ron I esl eau ho ai eell estimated ia New York u* iu ludi-uatioli*. -??? GttSAT IfEETINGfl IS CLKVKLAND. mv latauaiiB ra nu trihi Cl BTW--an. -.bia.Ont, ti.?it monly BB rare ocoa niolus Ilia! < 1' velall.i issn much elclteil a. il l-l Io Dightovet politleal amatiaaj Tbeaasidleol tins week Ibo Demo-rats alt tim plod to lutvo a larne colin-' or several gatherings in tbe public square id Armory, and nearly foiled tm account of tbe nance of nearly all tba prominent speakers who ey ha ! bbb bbi ed would bi The li'opiihiicans, to Hu.nv tins turnout di? rely into tbs shade, organiied to-day aa im ?!-'? !?' : business men in tbe afternoon ni of torch.hearns in the evening, and held four router maea mern Inna. The procession i i thesfter ai'i was eomposed ..f some of tbe most promtoenl tiz-ns of Ci. roland and oilier places In Northern no?men who had inver before been known to rtieipate In anything "f tba Mud sine tbeir mthfttl days. Than were bnsiaem men and mea ?n lunn, and hundreds of workingmen, who rned out to protest against a ebanae from a aro i live tariff te fr,-.- trade. Then wen lathe narada large numbai of veteran Union soldiers, ho took delight in hoisting ea Iii ir li ban in ct pressing Ibeir ssntimeats against turning i Qovm itinent over to i ha rebela. Tba proeeasion ns im hour passing a given point, I ne lion. R. C. irsoos presided al thc meeting in tba Park Pa? llon at ;i oVi(-cl., snd pointed and telling speeches i re mad,- in General J, II. Hall and General J. if. 'flor, of Louisiana. In the evening General Joseph II. Hawley ad aaaad a throng of people at the Armory. The on. (finery Mons delivered a speech al tba Opera ouse, and the Bon. Thomas Marshal, Oeaeral L, , .'Sheldon, the Hon. j. c. Burrougba, of Michigan, ul at bern spoke in the public BQuare. The eaebaa were generally able: and the Deui ratrc party. with ifs repcitters and . rebel leaden and its uso of money In Ohio, wes nailed very roughly, but no more than i! deaei red, I.ero ttero rniiii'mus bands ot music sod .hou? nds of torches in tbe line of rho grand parado at 4'iit, hosnies a display of Chinese laure: ni, etc. Ike Democrats endeavored to toke advantage ot ie Republican crowd on the streets In tbe after lon, and i treulated bandbilla stating that the Re iblican evening meetinaa had been naatponed. .her bills announced thal tbere would hen belau atie gntlteritig in froul of the Weddell Hos e, At at nlaee General li. W. Slocum, General Ja nea eQnade and Colonel E. L. Cole -poke io a large idienee and were ebeered. There waa a larra Republican meeting al Mentor t-nigbt, and companies of men bearing torches lid theil respects to General Garfield. Although more repeat ra from tbe Past are lionizing in (loveland, lite Rcpnblit ans I v w at. li ilnesa al tbe polia expect topreveu! diem from 'iiiL' any hann. THE niuo CA1SVA88 ENDING. l'i,.(lltIS l.iMl.MMi A li! ! I Ul I. AV I! ?J, IllITY ?a. closk coivrgaT ta tbb cincinnati cov -. Kl 1,'N.M, DlSTBICrS? KMi'ivi. vomits TO KI'M l'i XV. iuv Ti.i.i..;u\rii to rna nttmra . i t'iNi .'nnai;, od. 9.?The Republicans to-night. dil in Cincinnati and throughout the State, ara ore confident than at any inn.- iluriiig the cam ilga. Uringa have been growing brighter, nar? elli: liv in thia county, lora fortnight. Tba ti m, ei'i.e K. Nash, Chairman of the Ropub icaa State i nu il Committee, who waa hero to-day, claims n- Suite nv u;,ward ol 10,000 majority, Governor " ter ia sanguine that il will be 20,000. Borne of ie Deni- eratic managers here admitted tbat ii a ill 15,000 ii! les ?:. lu thiseonntr, which is always close, the local , j,ul,.,can in kei la considered sit',-, bul both of tbe nillir s-ional candidates will have u bard ir fight. ajor Butterworth, in the lal District, finds little me, owing to the excitemeul of tbs canvas*, tn run up hie probable majority, bnt nell berdoea u BBBocratic candidate in tho same district, ie Hun. Samuel I". Hunt. Tho vole will ; very close. Ordinarily tba district i ' ?ratic Major Butterworth carried it for the Re ihlieans against Milton Hal ler, tWO years aim, for ie first time m a decade. His election ;it the tim, SS das to tbs soppeeaston of frauds which had fur long time been regularly and syatematicallj aetiaed. He expects to win again, and ii I tan election undoubtedly will win. In tbe IPI I ilatricl General Yoong baa a good deal i contend with in tho abape of wost nctiv< lion in the person of General Banning, who boa ? a i. i'll; a ) Breona] canva i of bu nnex nilled character. The district is usually i publican, and will in all likelihood return General oiing to ('om'. Bvcr. .Mon ia being mule by ie Republicans to prevent a revival ot itio repeat igand ballot-boi atufilng "f other years, li is i finitely known tbat Un re are organised gangs of peaton al read, in the city lo tba namber of sev al buudn I bare been imported from New ork, Phtladelpbin and Baltimore. ti.-, io known, bowever, and will be i u niitly aatcbed. Detectives, some of whom ic from ti ?? East, have bunted them own ami are with them in their boarding-bouses At the polls there aili be in addition to the usual Deon United Btati - Supervi ion of Blectlon.Unib d tates Di put. Man hals and eui nut tees of citizens. be challenging of votera will be tbe rule rather ian the exception, ;ind it Will be willi Iii, reateat difficulty and tbe taking ot dong, rou. sks that ti..ini.s can ba perpetrati d. The repeat era 'ho aro hen Irom a distance wen rnraished before tarting with return tickets and they maj 'tieluiU to dm them before election day. Louisville baa contributed ?.0,000 and other arts af Kentucky hate subscribed sa liberally for letnoci.on- campaign porpos -. Thia money ia o'niK largely used In enticing Republican ct Ioi J ion, who lire ia Ohio aad Indiana, over into Ken icky, on the promise ot employment ai remnnera iva wagss. They wUl thus lose their votes and a iii, i i .ii; ^e, ba i'h-i adrift alter election dav. Tte Republican, both in Ohio amt Indiana, hut artieulariy in the latter State, are well supplied i!h aaasnnlgu faade. Tbeir organisation is also - sit baa aver baan mara better than tbat of tbs ii moorain. 4 heavy vote la certain tobe polled, rfalob is always favorable io the Republicans. The streets of ihe etty ara to-uigbl ablasewith Drabes and colored tire,and lonumerabls transpar in tis -. Tbe people an out i.v the tensed tbousnuds. lo- oi easton is the lng Democratic procession f tho campaign. The party managers strained very nerve p. beat tba Republican aemonatratimi f a week ago. Large bern are offered thal Indiana will ga Re> ublican, hut there aro do taken. ? TILDEN ON I iii: OHIO ELECTION. , DtsraTcn ro rna nrjaoos-tTic stats commit ti b? i iik bbbob ob is7<;. t i.i vi i.AM'. O. I. 0.?The followioa tel- cram from lamoelJ, filden to John G. I'hompeon, chairmen f tbe State Democratic Committee, was received 4 Deaaocratla ralina thraugboul < ?ni<> to-night: Naw-Yoaa, Oct 8, lbbo. ro tin Iimi. J. G. TiicMi'siis : lt WOOlddelight BM to meet tho Di mo, rats ol mia at Columbia, on Baturd ty evening, hut 1 eoald mi address them. I therefore sneak to th, m bj e legra ph, an I must al B-BUSUt, Il was my pplnloB n 1870 thal If all the Ohio Deaaoeraey had known .ml battevad la tba atrangtb of tbeir eanaa. Obis voiihl have hedi carri. (1 forth.- Democratic ticker he error should not now he n peate,I. If every nan will inciHtiro ins own scTort and sacrifios in tbi ending canvass hy nu ext mont iiniry ataodard, be Ohio Democracy aili give victory in ai ? i he National contest. BaHOKLJ. Iu.i-ln. TELEGRAPHIC .so U.S. MAI)-: AN ABalOV-URT. PaovmancB, R. I., Oct.O.?tieorge P. Wilson, oi K.i.l I'riivl'leii..-, nifil'' * tritsl iiie.l ot all Ins pi- jierly yeller Ur ls .Newt ai h. Am >iii. c.M'i i tm . anal arnianaa aanoiia woaa. H.. i,in. <ici. !? ruo workmen who struen \'-s arday ut tbs Caa* Oed abip C'siutl enterprise nan. worl i, , .,,min. iiio tialtan Barsmaa arm aassBsass by -j .mn.' aa Vf AT Kit WOBKS 4 (IN- I Ul (II.IS COMPANY. Al llANt , V 1 ..Oel. g.?Edwin A. Hopkins. | nen U hartog sad ousra Bars Bled pspw* incarporsUns Ui Am. i 'an ii iti-r Work* i (la.tnii titui ;"Uip.n,j, willi ., up I . i.m.,0.1. i:\ i eil IBO a nu -ni; hkkIi. PaOVIDBNCr, Dei. ll.-lie,ugo V. Wilson, munn f-iciui'T ,'l. beatie ii., lu. i,i.i,ic i, inun -i- deed t.i \. winn i ti .... ii, I.,.,,! t,i ti,,- Pensford ' i...-.ai Wurba in trusts* -?-> t -'li o_>il*?Uon*. luoiudlas i~? In-waiU Iii, l.i.u.Ui i uUilt-u), Sill Uv tully liu.il. GENERAL POLITICAL NEWS. ABR1TAL OP GENERAL G-UHT. fiCESE* i\; mi.; BAILWAT sun,,, IN IH8BTCITY? m. miii:m ok th;: PABTT? rm: i scout to tub i ii iii aw.mt BOT! L A dowd was eolleetedat the RrteD pot, Jesnay City, ni IO o'clock laal night to weknaaeGeneral Grant; but aa announcement being arado that tba ir un waa two boon late il Quietly dispersed. Gea eiai Arthur, me Kev. l*r. Newii.'Hii, Congraaa* m;ui Crowley, Thomas Maraby, Cotonal Veruam, John I. Davenport and one or two others, went ot ci from .few-York In order to meet General Grant, hut on receiving sba dla" appointing Intelligence relative to tbs delny af the train drove to Taylor's Hotel, Janey City. They retuned, however, m time t.i meet the train. At ten Minutes pusl PJ lhere were few people :.-. ambled at, the depot, hut ten minatoa afterward, when tho belated train eui rad, a laren crowd Inn, edi,cul. Il was wonderful win io so nanny people enasa beni la ho .short a tun". Ihe frtaada from New-York mot Gan aral <?rant as he atigbted hom Mn: ; rain, and a gem ral handshaking followed. Colonel Vanillin, upon being la traduced Midi "Governor Cornell aiobes to say how sorry lie is at being unable to be praaent. Aeeven illness lias pi evented his atteiiilanee." ".-"rry to heir that,''replied tbe General, burrtedly shaking banda witbthememben of tue crowd tbnt Brassed forward. The General looks return k ably areli, ami appears to be mit much changed in appesraeos since he left At-ieiica for his voyage nrotttMl tho worid. Tne party consisted ol the Geaeral and Mrs. Grant and lim two souk. Colonel Frederick and Jesse with their wives, and s, brother of tbs wife of Frederick Grant, kn tbey caine out of tim Station the police formed a Imo for them to the can niuo ni walting. A Hirong-ltinu'-it parson called ont ss tbey were passiug, "Three chasers lor General Hancock." There was no response. " I bree el.eel , ter (inuit.'' called aiiniher, forgetting the title bul laying great emphasis on t to- a ima, and a hearty response was ai one niven, tue cii .ring continued until Ihe ferryboat started. At tho Fifth Avenue Motel aaotber Isrge erowd was atseuibled, and tbs party 1-1 -??! into the building amid ringing eheera. Tbe travellon were conducted to tbe m i ol loom-'on the lir.-i floor, fi'i'iug 1 wenty-third ht., which ore called tho " Pr. gide tial Kooma. nome "t the persons who eera aseeinhled .it the Tweuty-tliird-st. entrance to thc Hotel ha; been waiting for two bunn or more, among these was a party "i 1., an old men of about nu,, iv > cns apparently, an old woman, ii I. di -'(I, wearing ;>:g brass spectacles and ci"i,'mg a bugs umbrella aad I w. other elderly persons. Wheu General Qraul <inl ma arrive on time the memben of the a gi-.1 quartette a itted tin mselveaon i he steps "i the hotel. Ikey were ordered awaj by a waiter, hm rei u "d io tm. Thou tbe policeman attempted to make them " move ,,,..' "No, air'ee," said tit.- meal elderly woman,**! don'i - ? until Ps.' seeu the UeueraL" "ina: rigbtiold woman, we don't,''replied ber aged parl uer. "No, Walt, wi've waited hero so long and w.'il wa t till to-morrow bni what well see him ; 'iud ,hey ma., lake AV to prison before 1 lUiif," " V,. ll Mini, old un." replied tbe white-haired man. And they did amt until morning, ti ir was one o'clock b fore <? noral Grant arrived, am i u tu in voices of t b ae old people wera tbs tii-.t to ? '? ebeei for hun. There ia no arranged program-ne foi to-day, Gen? eral Groot having expressed a nish to spend it as qoieti. . PARADE OF 'lill. BOYS IN' BLUE, DETAIL*. Of lilli i'i.i'i Amit i.\s STILL OCCCPTIKO THU (iAH-TLl) AND ABTUUB CAMPA1UM CLi ll. Tho preparations ior i ic Etep bliean p rads "? Monday evening i iii i py tbe attention of tbe managers. Hie rooina of tho Garfield sud Arthur Campaign Club ol th" Central Committee were ed Issi evening with the Chief Man aiid ois ai,ls cud persona reporting the number of men they expect to turn out, and receiving!, -ruc? tions aa to their poaition inline. Most of tba aida sro officere who served in Union Army during tba war of the Rebellion. Theran uaed to baadiing large bodies ol men, Tbe inatruotiona to division and brigade commanders an min uti thai tin ?"' should be no e min ii m in "lacing tbe various organisations in poaition and falling into lin. when the proper time arrives, lt is mt elided that the bead of the column -hall start promptly at 8:30 p. m., as it is believed tn.it folly live bonn will be < oneum. I in passing a given point, rbe parade will be in three divisions, aud Um inn? ot in n-ch Will be up I it'ih- .vc. along i wi nty-thinl at. to Madison-five., up Madison-ave. to Fifi, enth-st., thence to Fifth-eve., down Fifth-eve. to Twcnt.-tbii -st. again. The stand where General Grant willrevien tbe column will be il tba Worth Monument The Firs! Divisi itt, under th command of Gen? eral lloiaeo Porter,will couaisl of sboul 20,04 i men. lt will bo headed by a detachment of -ooh, ?, nt.muted and on foot, Gilmore's baud and drum corps, the cl I marshal and staff. General Cur, tba department commander ami stair, the Sink Kx'-hange Club, ami the AS* mbly Dis!:' et Clubs from tue I-' to be Vlllth Districts. Thi Ural section will form with th t i'll rest'u-j in iii.' I'it'iii-ave. and Washing t - anare, and the organisations cora - treets from Eighth-st., south. on will form with its right restii t j .md Twenty-tbii a lingdowu i . .,;. .-, to Caual-st. The bead of tbe dil will move up Pi, th-.ive., and the various subord will hie into Ftftb ave. lu order as thc column advances. Tba second ,-. ii. n will tile through Twenty-tbird-et., ap Ma li Bon-ave., and the reel will follow, Mus empties all ii the west sida of the city, and sIIowb a clear ti--l 1 for the various organizations to pam toward then respective beadouerten after pasting the raviea lng _ id. The Second I>\ lalon, commanded by Police Com? missioner Joel W. Mason, ami numbering probably 17,ono men. will be beaded by the Produce Exchange Club, tba Campaign Club ol tbe Repub? lican Central Commit! c. and tbe Assembly i l organizations from tbe V1111 u to tbe XXiVm Districts, lt will Le loiiiied wiih tba rigbl in I weiity-sccoiid-.-i., resting in Fiftb-ave. Tbe subordinate organisations composing tbe division will occupy Twenty lint, Twentieth and mtier streets -outii, and extending Bast to l binbeve, The Third Division, comn anded by General E. F. Winslow, will number 12,000 t,> 14,000men,the greater number of whom will be the Brooklyn con? tingent, under the command ol General Fowler, Allot the out-of-town organisations will bs ni tins liivi-ion. It will form with tbe richi iu twenty l'oiiitli-st.. fronting Usdison-ave. rite subordinate organiaations occupying tba streets to the i i ii ia I nc ai ? and south. I ii.- Brooklyn detachment of the Third Division irili form with tba righi ia Twenty-tiftb-at., frontingMadiaou-ave, lu- tubordinate organise ttonsswlll occupy tin- stte-ts east ol Bcoond eve, and solidi of 1 went] -iiiih-st. The formation o' the column will be by pl.itoou frontBol twelve files each, with Intervals of ala ieii. rite Republican students of the Columbia Paw Sc.I nave d. culed to participate in tba pa? rade, Grndantaa ami students are reajnaatad te meet a! ile school building, No. 8 dreai .Innon-st.. ai 7 o'clock. Tbs memben of tbs Wholesale Drv fooda and Carpet Association will punda, and will he otganiaad us tallowa t ll.ii-e-t in BreonUSf 'rom Ctiainb?r*-st. tu Leonard at., I'o A. Hoii.cs in Broadway, from [nanum, to rand it... Co. it lii.tisc-t in Worth, from Bm to cum-cii-t*.. Oe. <'. Houses tn Wortii-uu, from Churah to Wi-bi broadway, Co. D. Honaeata Leonardo**, Co. E. Houses in r-'rankiiu it, C->. t. linux. .. III Willie st.. Co. ti. IIOUM'S .ll W.ill.er-al., Cu. II. II ni. t ni N,'rih ot c.iiial-st., Co. I. It ts requested tbat se far u* possBMs Derby hat* bs v.oiii ana cases bo curried, lt ;s understood ibm Bael win organise tbemaelves Into companies und ap peal Bl tue J'! iee of Icu,lc/.Von. pronljillv St tile hour m.-ni'oneil. Badges for ai perdei peting wi.t -arcady :. verj it Be rrtsry's * >ttli? i -. Bel Broadway, Mou? lin, .ii 11' tn A Bon nu i iced the (in tie'I and Arthur Cam niiign luiii of the ttepublicau Central Committee, cou -iiUiig of Cornelius Van Cutt, >_*nc* \V. Perry, K. (.. M Cord, Kilbourne Knox, Bernard Biglin, Hugh \\. c.iuip, Lloyd Aspiuwali, and solon lt. dmitb, wilt wall ou General Grant al tba Fifth Avenue llotoi. .md offer lum a formal Invitation i i be pree> ,.;;i ;i;ni i. ns a tbs Broeaaai in "i Monday eve ita -. A ince! ioi.* al penooa eu ga gad in various brauohea -i ni- iii-uiai., e tiiisiuo4is was held ut .No. 112 Liu ir ty-si. yesterday aftaraooa for the i trpcseof ot mnirinsa rlubto take part rn tho . ir.:de. Tbi ?all lor the me, r i ii tr was stgnsd by . bom aa P. Jeri. ulah, president ni the ll end of Peder writers; ll. ll l>arai>orf, viee-presideni of tba Continental, and .V M. Kirby, KU tsng.lt:. Ll?y? ?<? erta and \7 bllswortli, jr., of tba same compenj : Joba w, Mar rev, of the German-American; William A. Purti. n-eaidenl t lb* CinpireCtti ; .J. W. Simoeesu ani 1. H skinner, ol the New fork City. Among stan ?"lupaiiii's represented at tbe meeting wi ? tl Man ? af ai . A' '-ii in Ea bange, Lafayette, niobe, Mei ?hulls, Commercial end Royal, fncre were pi i Iso re; th 'nt stives "I several prominent broki hoi . 8. L_ Hmcbii ion wss ch sion cl sir-tea, B -loyd B 'ort .?-?, retary.and Willi ira A. Bu rf ta . ,. nt i.i't, Committees wen appointed to perfect ;r am., in ats tor tin-parade. ,\ -???.I meeting wil *?be!d Monday efreraoon. The elah, akuna u jailed t e (laruold amt Arthur Associ itioi ntsigiied a po-ition in fm Bs rood Brtgad ?. Ftrsl ?' nsion, immediately on tbe '? rt ol the Phyntrla_ie -eaociatlou. It is expected tba! tl will turu .mri arpa number of men. ADULTS-; MY rift...'.., WILLIAM (TKTIS. IK I'l.t.is lui: iBOOfla OB niki day BBPOM hu KUI BI. !< ANS ok KUTI-WII.I.K. ?, |._ A'lTI'MFTI Ki BM ik BP nit: tnt tts<i. George William Curtis arnotts sid a largi iud etitnmoBSSM ail'-ia-liec In tile 0|ien air ?t 1 ottenvill-, I I., i.ist i vening, ile d'seu*:> >d li.e i-sii"* ,,f tin- wai Hld MS claim* of UH I)-ino, line ii j u io eiilruateri with POW-V. He dwelt upo| no appashisa of de Dsawasati aad tuon Iciest alter Um, BaBSUdaBSata wiro adopted I lie military career* of (jeiirraU ti nfl. d .un: lUurocI ran eeatneted, and tba fsrssss*B strvtsa m fre.-io*. Ceataeky tis.is itu- ranaauaa s i- pi a.h ,-1 ss y-eat ot my military nervis- rendered l,y Htneoek. lbs lum.'ol liane.ieit is ut,-.] :,, ,1 y, a_ul tin. .peaker, S SSiaSS loyal men ti om tie pi i nelpie. Aim ii ma,ic tn* lime nf (ieitynnur- il.-strum*. If me noirrltisrlod ,t Hancock a* a Union fto'.iier he ?t mensa fol HBperttag atm far tbs Pnaatisasy, bow amah Kre..tai bi ' Uaw ef QargeM, wno rai sataieed na* eal. 'i? [Taloa soldiers, i.i-.t baa the eulin Uu kia rn bUsbsm rbteb aroa behind te in in in* favor. Wads Hampton ays tli.t tbe ft |,aln. au party i? bonni-over wira istred for tra B.uthandi* faaslag tba embers of tbs var. gow I ton'i BOUeVS SUT laval people 'ti tiVi4i_) laired of say weHoe, and when any Penanisrta ..?c-iii. r ni i.i. tl ? R jiiil. ii,- .us f.,r lu'rc I nf i 14 oath, I say, granted tbal lae Hit'ia rats have amass. icd lute 1. >" .in I. iimi ? ain't laieaS lo aston slavery er pay label i-i.-.n,., %,\\ ?ou point wbv as a pant- they should eon trot (hs iov, ram,;, of the UnitedBtatea I Wilbafsirele I a ne Democratic eaodtaate iiasao ?ore cannae tat I , t President tbau being Pope of lt ia e. A !?? dv "I iel 11,111,,' mia:,1 - Ul-d to il|.r>..i'.-ei-f tbs 1, ma-ilu*. Mr. lum. remarked "m- ,ini urb-nee _. an outhur-t of that Deinoer tlc -noil wbieb lutes fair play and free speech, oud ? if is ?.mil. earn voter, blindfold Brod dumb to tbe ballas xix. Boon \). a t., i el-.:'. -, ci mi bun li il -t .ni*r. in 1 another -t est,ln*olct ti) mi . . t brougb tin' ii' ni',. .-! audtenee, aad fa: ii"U sud 1 -iiiit- on required Mr. Cuni* to al ,- kinj tot ?? v ?ral mimili >. Dooma Lovetl, of Ptapletoa. io-'o w \.-..iv-tiv,-. Mt ii 1. ju ? >u.ii blr t "ie 11 1 . lins tu lite Milli .1 In, .1 II im -e. ? c.ll'. 0 nun .rei .ml tilly Uarfteid "boya" von t-iken >u a baree io Perth Auii't. .'.. .1.. after tbs uteeUng. \ heavy m - linea over the sound, and tbi baned i - -. r i.h.. 1 in oi, aun into ollislsa ivirn s ,,. otter, earrrtn* away tba aU> ?r's loewi ni .? ir, 1 ? ? 1 ? ou toatdtbi liol .. . - '. rd m. 11 w. re .ever f braised ie their efforts to bv ?'! tba booie, wit.ch iweptthed ck, hu Bo one was killed, 'lae sebei si * wwspril as carrk <1 av..;.. GRNERAL McCOOK RENOMIBA IT.J). Tba VHP" District Bepublie-ta CoegnaakHMl !',invention was hold I i-f ev, "lin 1 at No. 117 llin ton-pi;?e, and Hie rOOOM ???' IbrOUged, QoOfBB Bedeoe having been eleen l lo tbs chair. William ll. C iran renomin itod I ki era! Anson G. McCaeb as [,.e e.,on-.' ol tbe Convention for Congnaaasan, il?i nada a iborl eulogist io ipseeh oa the career ?f Ueu ,tl Met ? tc which was heartily applaii'i,?l by all pr-eiit. Tbs n-^xt spanker, Dr.LLHayeaj *>ropoasd the nomination of G. A. Ian on. 1 h'n eiiii iiIho -.4-1- ucl to bo a favorite, for hi* nanto waanpeat di r*cheered, Tbs Coaveatwa aoaapsw i .1 to ballot, after wbteh <.?? :?t.i1 McCoab ass found to have poDed tweoti mi i I doa and Mr.Lavmootwenty-two. 'Ihe result ot tba hallet waa greeted no all littea bv enthusiast o ht R tba General M '????, was bora ar Steubenville, Obiet, ii-ioia i lu. 18;W. He served in the v..,r and aaa brevetted Brigailier-General at it< r-lose. Hs waa sleeted to the XLVtb Congress from ',?? \'ll!ti, Itj ?iict, and ans i ted lo tbe Xl.Vltb, i ?? . ; 12 851 votes, igainsl .' i L. K. .i.iin. my D-mo t, 779 votes for VV. W, Averill, .nri-Tammanv \> innciat, 20i ??.-. foi I . h.Muuer, Socialist, and i-'.i Mattering vote,. ,S':oV HAir.r.V's PECULIAB OPESATIOVt, The lunn'- ii. Henry H. lindie jr. tho ar t~ rolntj il ti e. i- ii mei '?!< B pabbesa Club, bbm ap -nuni i ste Sa di len !,uit li, a snit in vvnicli Ut' 1* I with tue ex 'ci.' of that kind of sharp pn in which c.- - ' ? I ! i " ir aol nous. 1 - ? Brought by Amnoda Delpbla. of Me. 3 Baal Peart* i . ?- own i coal ?? ? . i-i - -1 ii .. i, ta ted for I -ta' t.n.e. nml. ,whoh Inopi vtousacg datai ??? vltb ker. la? ts, si i ls alleged, .'nine --l them to believe tbat he could argintsi asessp aywtsk aeapU >0to vork tbamnae, li ? .d-o offereit P30.000 by deposttlag 1150 noe et tba iioek ss security. Ta.ia wss tabs sblslssd attbn iixtydays, sndIlsdlej tnt ? a arltb ? sa it ? B October 22.1870. to carry oal his promises, mi candi' tton thal li.-i-.;ii.i!'i ;?-. civ ? >in i lu catii down, WOO I ,.,.;,!., I 10.000 .-ll ire. or -te,-.'. It , Hadley tbat, ta - ol -ire to ubiam iii- e-iio.i.oo i- an, ba iboaid return tbs 1100 sseu wltb 7 i?' .'ii! ii ter 't. needles* to sar tbsi Qed ley neither eb* ? , a th . Amanda bel phi u nor rel ui neil t ? . rintt wasbrougbt agaiaai lcm i"r tito re -overj nf tbe money, and ihe < a-<- cnn.- up resii tl..-e Kelly, ni thu Vitl; ,i ul rial l? |> lurt. Hiui.ey fulled to I rm, at .i . . asl ii'in by default, li tbe i-dgiscsi . ,i fl .in morrow, B. A 'ioi.fort, alto m > for Ailinn la UelpMn. wtil bring tkoeaae to ti',' Court of , , r . li il li iel r.i.t ti'-i n ttl it li, ,,--.irv .vit? ia I-aiiopc, a ebsrge (i .iii iimag . tulse pretenses vmud sam hate Bssa mads. ^ K0MLKATI0N8 TO TUB ABSEMBLT. Thc following no-nlnnt-ona tn the Anaeniblf ware reported bj labial apb H tan lataofea let BlgM ri-.un tin- distnets aasssd: lid Dnteheaa.faaaaaB.Datrbei dt pl Montgomer..Ooreeliui Vin Buren tu.p.) ii,i ia ;,, m.tteorga Bulmer (Dom.) Isl Albany.xi?i' ' ? si. i-i Al.?sii..i.-< arter Tab ? (Ren.) tVtB '? mv ...".J mies Unity il> ? iv in a in..nv.<i Mmre I -BpMU(Kep.| Tbs Democrats <f tan Xu. Ks - ebaesiii Mb lal iciiiiiiiit. <i Beery B. Alvon tor fJaagrea , aad Bathan ii i nit'u.i for PrasldsBtud Else ter. LEGLESS, BirrWOBBIMG FOB GARPIBUX Charles il.my Hi.dik, ;i Yoiri-sl. BPfM. baa poii-tic.i abacs mr mraataaa yea.:- .a canal at, aad wm Btsadaaj Ba bi ktgleta, ile says tact wbea na ana ns BWUtbS "ld Iii. 'lal. ciu-jlit Itu-iilnl lil.- Ic_? weis Stuned ott just below tba kine. Bs as w* ea in. aase> pans. In-- nuitia lIS I f lc;-;. Bal ?W Hie |SSM 10 BB m I tn shacs. lin ck i-im sid,-ni of Un- iMand Burnabi du!) la lite Via DtSttiet, and l-wmrnd bec SM IbS lmvM have aol nt received their suits snd larebrs Cac Mond iv nlgbi'a parade, ll" '.os Ba e w stump trom 'h* Battery lu Hartam oa a pincn. bal doc* mu tts l ? ipi n t>? ni areli mg lu the p-raae. Brun- un,ml. io isl A.ii , tani (ic. ? nil Cruger for a linr-c.auj i* coii.iticut tli_; u.s rtrqui _. wm ba granted. NOMINA riOKI l'? IB SI MK SI.NA TDK. Tki.nton. N. J-, <ht- S>?Tho Ki'iuiblitana si tba .deicer distinct ban aemmatad Jena r.iyior, ?t Trenton, for state aaa .mr. Tas Deomesais bevaueen* liiuiod t. kl.ird Moore, of lr ulm, for lbs ? ,uie odlcu. cll.VlPMAN BABMUM BOSY. St. Loo ttl Oet ''? ??? !'? Huriiiiin, cliair maii of Hie l>. h.oct die National I'oiiiiniit. o, .unvrd here al 1 1 oMo< - I'ds tittil'''"IC H" hsM a conrererieo Wita I'touni.t ul pti.iticiaut. vi.itc'l nie Ulr. a..U lei! 10 nuiit IOC lull.iuai'O ti. ar?!-!-' COLLISION AT Pl I TSMUi Hi. I'LSN. ? ?. Pittsiu itu, I', nu., Oct. I-.?A terrible acci tanA ncc m. .lui rs io iigbtaa IN rmaaayfivaBaa-_BBwap, IBS M'alls iicciiuiuiotlaMou liam, which left here ?t 11:110 o'ctocK c min m coltlsiou willi a tpeclsl train irmu Qteaaaaejaj at Tweety-sagM-tcl wi.ere the lints nc. uri. d a f> w yen. uivo. limb traiu* ticre niiixi nba aanaananBa, aaanaaaBy uia wi i, Hutu, willi ti aaaaninad .eversi nu,,mu liuka which parlit-ipaled a li -ni,, r lie .i.i.i.oiuiraiion lier.- loalghl. ll ls rciiortr.t . . i .ut isi^.uis were Billed on.il in and Icu Injured. Mot snag ui.n-.ie. however, i* known at uu hour.