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XHB NEW YORK SUN.
,,r nmilein Jtatty.
-eja-AsaMre hatter l
JtCjULar eaS imnaMM ' thalr eirrartisamsaes
grXiTSri ilatl. OaT Ot Tnl SS
SSeeiVsete " w ,u "".EZXL'.w
m broieu rahtlew.
Aiii.icAirt0u.t, fro" to'""' wu
mat feoling, attentively the dovolopinont
cU twnd pnMle opinion In Knropo. Every
top to. at da rolltlcal freedom mad by th na
UotnY'itiea cEnropo) Tery Incident which tend
to awaken thought and educate th masse of th
pwpljtaakaowWgeofthelr rl,thta, trenth-
fit InaUtoUonj upon this continent and addi
t tr aecmrlty against unnecessary and dlsas
tWMWofflct with tho Old World despotisms
T1er li 0 British statesman of I he present day
wk0 wonU dar naadlaesly to provoke a collision
wtththltonntry-notbaus.th ruling class
ta Ingland bar. Ucom. more ftUndly to "and
ZL nor Intelligent and Independent and
Jgi. oXn.Im.nU control tb. acUcn.
of their government In a rr eater degree.
IT ncllc also, that eTen under the stem des
noUamof ioti5ArLr.', public crtolon ln
Praac Is becoming too stni g for the de-o: and
hi, sate.ll to control it. Iurlng the recent
war la Italy It " toaDi Bec''rT ,0 r,Ux ln
rUU disolpline ImpoeeJ npon the French press,
and though tb Oorernment has tried since the
do of th war to restor the former system of
iuorhlp, th French preos, sustained by public
opinion, reseat and resist the attempt to reduce
i. ..1i la a condition of abloct servility. Bo
"fc .. .!
bold. Indeed, bar aom ol tue raru journu- I
. i u.i!n I. lh ItlicrtT of the nress I
bee-In contending for the Uberty or press,
that th 0Trnant, through It Official Organ, I
baa warned tham that It will no longir tolerate
their "polemic xceaMa."
Wa are fain to believe, however, that th
GTrnmitnt wDl not venture to act up to ita
IKraat of using th power at In command to lup
praas all discussion distasteful to It. If th
French presi wIH only speak out fearlessly and
hooeetly, asserting tb right of free ,ietch and
of a pre, tb government must mccumb. Th
pen is, Indeed, mightier than th (word, and tb
French journals, if their conductors bar tb
courag and manliness to defend their rights, can
aaccesefully defy Lot is Natolboh and his 11
million bayonet.
Another bopefol sign of the progress of public
opinion in Europe, Is tb general sympathy
manifested toward tb Italians In their noble
stand for independence and th right of self-gov
ernment. Half a century ago, a levoU against
their ttrannts, would hav been crushed re-
morssleuJr by brut force, ln the name and
on behalf of "legitimacy." But the tlm have
cbaniedi and not a single jower in Europe
dares now dlsput th right of tbo Italians to
govern themselves.
Lees than half a century since, England Joined
a coalition to impose a ruler upon France, whom
th French people did not desire, and now we
hav one of England' chief minister declaring
publicly, that the right of th poopl of every
country in Euro) to got ern themselves, in their
a n war. must b respected. Wion we bear of
a Ilritbh aristocrat and member ot the Govern
ment, adrocalirff the doctrine of I'opuLir sot ar
elgwty, w may surely conclude that right views
of government are making rapid progrosi In th
old world.
Ts riltbaater KxpedlUea.
Th Few Orleans Mta of Saturday gives the
following acconnt of the movements ot the fili
buster', vidoftheae'loa taken tiy the reiierai
authorities to prevent them fioiu going on their
ccnteiup'attd cxpedMh n I
For a ie-. ortwo pat, It was known to msnjr of
our ioiie1ht turn eni C"HKriruiig at a dej
aoina erven n I'r 11 jw tlilseit), nu tbo Atgleie aiJc,
ual.t. IVwdtM MrUlftUltf. 4.IK1 tbatt tlatt IkMIIIIHU
dully itoi"-vlig -hUiLUuUn lruiu A .liu aud tan nd
Woiiitf But'ii.
CUtettvr Uliabcctiniing awartot tlio fait, urt
to woiW rcaMusly tnlrurt t tht iJtfiKiis vt tint
lcftlvs"io( tb vitt ti-Mi-n, Ami luntniticd m
LuruUr cf hli fl"i t ' u h "l"" cms
aadto nrt (loinl.tu-.tiriiiiHiiil, i.J to itiu
tue lumn vf tii niuiirnt 'rai la tluniUir.
Ttt-VM' Unliiatf t tuj tn-j Hr l."-i1 mnitl-
(ilfj, tVI.d. COLfliUi -"mM MiUaiU l tUuie tio-
Uikd ii i' 'l'' I- U-ilwt 'i t".ito! uil jaunted
iu aJl IUjI wv gtiuttf uu.
Oa Im1 tfatjit.y uurulHir of jn ugeni cnl
d,wutlnjUolua rilrtl t li..rn.' IU lu w
der Intake Ibc ktcnierltiuset uior U HTttOa Itx
wf. Thtft ttitg 'rKo ittjtiin ut iuu tnuiteJ
'OJ-pioi.-s fciid tittr iu v umi.it i wuNuiou, but it
tunivl out t-at liipy o'wll I'iiiguriiiU tailr
way V Tt Kas bottLr urmojmi ni tu mpUitta
buU laity bsvt givtu ntu tt, Tu-t tn oil
gui iA lUv KlatUitut ly V Icrnim aui elfUlmra
tiibt -vi. cs.iuMsmu li-vl -iii'i ruKu Mjiwlt.lt Htj
mhick UaVifctiiu. jiiofiutiiiti'Lly a it U utfu uUtixu.
Aci tua UtteeiiMK"!.. i,i, tio . .n m rwurr
I1'ijio vat.Ltl inorwC'si' lj tin u ivtr. ud tbo
biiMol tbe tali. uun.u 1 1 t-Hiatr votly iwrted
cka. On Htbuaja tt'U ntl ul tua HUkmtl(
rUiladui'tUtCtk.twjiti Uutriin, Htttu(1tiitu Ca iu
llnue to rW.r for AwiuwiS iu u ui, tut tieteitt
rpfukln taiitnit tu iiv -Out tu llm uHictr
tlatcvu u. ir Wg, wmi imr" -v uiiuiik uii cjo bim
1 tovanait aiiMint'i' ut tu iy uUn r(fojot tu
gTtat br XLv urctsMU-ry J J (liiiuU. We uif ml
gift tM Uct.ta cuiiuttti ua vtiiai Uiu nT r, tuoiiffti
Lt I'Ult HU ti lHHt tUast tbtj .NiilMdelJiItlr.
liftd fti'y luoit tud ltb tl ailr;! a,-JilltU tliAU
y otMcr ivM. In xi u I ii DKiVitlt'io i4-
dou cf Col-ctji lUit.i, U j-ji.tiv,'jy rluh)i ucr
Olfla0.
TLo.'U-i at roJiT-lloii v u not atcucj at
cUmm j thai : it lit t !-, imi t tu adut tuu hJ
ryta vju ti m tu t m t ui tr tiw tut
UilDlCa.1 Vst.al talll Wt tl Ukt U U U(t to flrt U()
4JT CUt loMI t t DiO rtUH H ' t lt4atsCU Ott
Jiht lay at bet inKsjai-B-s t.uut ul . audit..
tlilWu M ( .ofbawit'W tl M'sMpttlUit V V t brOW U U(tll
ttakr at A l..(timii lilt IrtlUl tllu It ft av,atikjt Hits kievr.
Itgltt'd L r.f n vt tbe iut 1 1 c ovur i' i vlu n I
lir tftice'i bud t'ltw vtOiV niuiit uj t m Vttlr I
bertha, anl t t a iHiuiia u mm. ii. iu- vitfiiuut
wctcUetal'i.t ttie ist'lK- ' iuu iuir Lt t it wmyltHl
iver tu. itvt.r nut uit uf tuu vin4.
ILtvic . ti HwliDi im ii in iiik tHOti J JiM turn
at the Tuwdrt tltuMi tuajs Hi i rft , winch iuii4tU
tie letaoi efutbo viL'iiiifi tut ihii mt nmli vuv 'ere
iV lite tUu'i'M. Jlf t wb-t IVitU-r hill rorj
qiiety tianiHl iwmi t n,.i,luc.n lvr lu
uii ure, Ld irtiihed .iitw tu tuna, jud traiktl
Itartnl rn, Tlefriu1 kt m rtf ir-1 m i.mi
oitfci, twll' t a ab( rt tiiiivrlit sid Uifuri ttie cavp
at IVm Jsi Hi-um- dtntiiuil. itl tue citoui autl
iUk(.ftbet y tuit4 lit r "u kmdnd jttaweii
feri. u- himS fr wtirr lb l.n.tbf wtii dva
tbe rivur iu lu-ruauaU iH' d rH.tuiiJ i , uml
but H--U.J UuUI e a ata t'e iru M.o Uivd uf t u 14
oua ivvvt, fcud Va aUewHi'a Uw be ltd dywu
ra-:-a-.'Outie
1 ha tcTaCeiie cutter hg hWind of .t exHi5itUn,
aUidlt4tldrtO bat U. It W Uttlllt t'l Vtd f ftMIl
beeiKjwitumat S ct:.-tt I - to tbo bf.l ; the
f Jeei, by toe at aiuVt Kuiiiiit, wUi u tbe lUutber
v rot down rve ft i'0 'tie eud t pd ikj 1 1 are.
Tbire wai Oftaidur-Ue eic ttiut Uuxt Uiorulng
(Tuetda) wta It e-neduiiiuvt-nd tbid toe bird bal
Quo, 4ui cuLUlerbla cunUy uu tbe ou.t m t)
vbtkt lUaturr oou d batvc Xwi(Nr ttikvo tbeu. Nune
bad e.iieait AlJ tbe uamdiy vey ordar'y and laof
tetieWe UUU were n-a W(wcwd. Uut tbt !,
tbe euLUaLs-tor o' MpaiM .ul t(jr, eo n bfu"gUt
tsbeb Uiia;tie, vndiiji tuyrrtriy wkwai.Vid-
Tefure U j itnuj cutu.r c w.itt wml dottnatii9
bet cuune to iur-ur- a a b d U n dim, vered tbt
tkentber Ld uut auibuivut ruv,4i m ou board t-
C4it ftt tealoiiai, tb riwix. Lunwlf 4td in
tLe bflsUtf avt tbe ttoutuc-t !, a.d ruunbig up,
UlHKl ber laawBffPllBr-w-WUW liaw al' ajiLliij urwftt r 1
or muAitiou of war ftbuut tb-ui vimu liiti euore vt 1
Uiatdotlgbtful abode U umjuu iue tvnd Jli.tatora,
koowa tbe lla'ixe. The uutwr uut Imi'uv; dteioid
uflioiet't to rraiect tba r-v- l"iwiu -vo luf-aiuu, ur ta
prtTeut tbe men aalu euibertiiarf u,Mm anue un
aauria Teiwcl fur tUtirlo- ul d-jatiuatlou, tue
Uim MtfEnoibTrpui wa dUrtrmd to g down,
lib a lonfc-Tom uu bar forroa-tle, uJ aettittoi
tutu did tt-t get away. Sb Mt uur cly to Weduee
dT arr r.log, ad gut down iiur-aitf the ui" t
NtKtt Leluie uat a couuuy uf m ri!lf ry from Bt
t Uuugr, fcftflbg beou t-Jl-d nut by V & f4rahl
KBawttgi.T, evuedtwu uctUr ouiuuiad of CajHa'n
Jamu HaTnaria, v.bUtiuu(uumLdl (be ouuju
UiiUed bUtea tro e lw w,?rv uut dwb during
VtcUu.oe Unit ttM eautttiiMt lu Uila Ottjr
TS 1uwduvu'y triWorml W tbe ateaer
Kltubtad, btch t-vd e iue ut fr.iu tu iUHf fur tiat
yirjcaa, tVaad d-Mtgdlut L.e ui4,uito letflou U 11
GENERAL IWELUQENCE.
AhTHOMT 11T, on of iU oUett moinbera or
tliU city, Aiei ou tuntUy. Uih i c-oW lantant.
eU bie reunc in iue city u lludaon, iSew Ut-
Mi t tha adranceJ g of DegW 83 car..
' . .. . RM .
1 -
rl born near lalcrsun, Jvnvy,
sar ratcnun, J N.y. II. w,
ttimhtti to tl ter la few lork about KUii.snd
bj iii exergj- and Industry, sooa secured a larg
axd lucratlr practice, ln wlrich be was actli el
vagJforinoitbaii80yeat. Mr. Dar did
DM, however, cofliie tla attention to U pra
feaatoa. IT wm cm of tie oa-nari ef lit land
to wL, Ji a lr tart ol Jamer Cilr la now
IrllSdjrMaJtiucInaJpartv- (a ,tUUU
u..r.rle, j. Mi. t t-on.trortlnrr and I
Maintaining tha turnpike ore tha nun M I
K.w.rV. and anlanunllr In tuDJIa th. New I ot
. . . . .. il I.. .u . 1
Jersey Ballrondlo how Mronawlck, ho took I
very actlr Interest. Ho also Rare moen attan
tlon to ejrrlcnltnr and to raising fin hone and
cattle, and for many year tu enairetl, at groat
airenee, In lb ntrprls of firalning and
cullrvatina; lb Halt meadowi between tb
llaoaenrack and Tauale rlrers. When Tax
an vm opened by th Htxleaa forern
vent fof settlement, Mr. Dry ai ona of
tbo first to engaR, with others, In a project of
axtanstva eolonliation In that country, which,
orcnpted bim almost acluslvely for several
year, but provoJ uxiticceisful by roaaon of tbo
rafiual of Mexico to perform bi r engagemonla.
In mining operation! In Now Jersey, In Horth
Carolina and In Oeorgla, bo alio took great In
terrnt, and eipcndod largo in me of money, and
East Nswark It one of the latest of bll an tar
prises. Mr. Dit wan dlitlngnUbed for tbo earn
sines, energy and tbo onwaToriog eonfldento
with which he proeecnted orery eatorprtMtn
which bw engaged, lilt view! and project were
liberal, aid froinently too much in advance of
tbo timet to bo Immediately remunerative.
Tbof o who come after btm do and will enjoy the
benefit of bli labors.
EUROPEAN AFFAIRS.
s
AlHval aftke Oily af WahU4te.
One Day Later Intelligence.
TliaSrrtw steamer Cltr of Washington, from
Liverpool Brit, f 4th, arrived at thl port yesterday
arteinoo Sue brings Lnndon papers of the 8Wh ult.
one day later teen the mrll advtoes by the Indian.
CTistaiittnotiln Journals of the 1Mb of Stfiitember
stale that a dreadful fire bad destroyed upwards of
1 OHO bouses In the Turkish nar.lt al. It broke oat In
tl e quaiter of llaw-Kenl, built like an amphitheatre,
u i qmiirr n niwhviUf uiuii ! mn iiiuuiiawni
on the side of hill, and tohaUted by BO.DOO Jown.
and fnun Uie linwwe being it wood, the flame spread
-hlbeBl0. fr).htful Hdit, .,'d,n, ? 'hort
time upward of OU habttaUeis were drtrojed. The
ure was urn, mm rrsona wouajut, vtn unuer, uut
on the next da; it sln burst out arreeb, and very
nearly 1 000 bousca more were rediuwd to aahk
The Inhabitant were seen running half naked through
thestirttsueklng shelter, and mor than SOU fanU
Ilea wto lost all tbeypoMwaaed are encam lied on the
bill. The Sultan onlered a number of military tent
to be supplied to afford them temporary shelter,
Dbaatroaa Kapleelets.
mi atauuiuvMir rwruiuii in oi'ii. iwi umh ii
followlrg I Yesterday a terrific ilalon occurred
a the crcuslon osp manufsctory of Mrssra Fcasux,
A riruxn'S, situated In Whlttall atreot, Birmingham,
Hi MaocliMter Ouarilan, of Sept I'lh, has the
whlrh wad attandod bv an enormous loss of life. It
appears that the firm having had larjre ordors on
hand, one of them for the Turkish Oovemraent be
ing for H.OtO.000 is'eaps, bad a considerable number
of peraeni employed In an eitenslve rang of ehop
ptngattliebackui their premises. Itissupoeedthat
there could n have been less that elghtf peraona,
the matority of them being women asd girls, at work
yesterdsy tnomlnf , when the accident occurred.
IMblngl at present certainly known regarding a
orlictn t It Is supd that It took placa ln an apart
ment when the cap are " primed" with the deto
nating powder, and where there were or female
eraploed.
TUie loom was suuaiea in ids uura story or toe
slmf iplnfft immediately benfmth wss the workhouse,
where a larirer numlier of women and girls were en
gsged, and in Immediate contiguity were otliers em
ployed lu various ojierstlons cteinected with the man
ufacture. TLey were all busily at work, when. In an
mutant, a terrlBe eiploalon took pliee. Windows,
w a is ana roors, were nuriea into tue air, ana ins un
fiiitunateworkjile scattered In all directions, or I
but led under the lunderousmaasi a of material which I
eubiHded lito a cbvtto bee,r, btifun. hre aIJnd to tba '
Mil-: lUriUCU fcliej U til IU1 1 ((. aTiitwj uwi tu wicvk 1
nnrrnr of tbe eoene. tbe umtiere uf ma umwuntf Bav
lng becoma IguLted bj tba late unity of tba ei,4o
ai'ti. The iermis ecKaed In tba frmit rrt of tha bul d-rg,-Abn
vera ortnatrallTely unbijttresl, ruabadto
tbe window, and wore rciwd from thntr iriItiK
p.ltim by tba multitude who bad b an attracted to
ibeepnv i it me iiowe nr inn evpfomun. m itniu
aln-4au'la t)tan lTMwUtd Itawlf tu thufltf who bed the
(ccuietTe t niftke their way throug-h tbe burning builtl
Inr. tlffl- or n drI wr heJf bntijl in tbe
ri'irut. cutcnj wisa aaair oewq aomvTra ( au
ufhrre, whmie log wereemebed under the &4bri
atrrtcbed out their ftrmii. ptetnutly imploring for t
a atanot t and crlee were lwrtJ fnun thone wboa poid
tl n oould nut be aeen. One elderly woman Mt on a
beam, unable toeKtrlcatobeieelf, ae another piece of
tlmlirr lay aortann herlrgn. An effort we made to
rrecue her, but the burning bull-Hog u fa'Untf In aJl
direittotip, anl aba bavl to be left to a nnnibta fate.
Bt'airelrbad ahe been left when part of tbe roof
fell lo v.ith a Willie craati, aid nbe and awie glr'a
In her Tit It ilty were ttunv-diatelT cruabed to datti.
Jt aaau hour or kwo, however, rfo-e tbe ft eluvl
Immh uut umbsr. andlt ai In.iKkrwibla to ioatit'ite
waith fr Uiepi..r people who were known tobe
ftOHHight the HiUia. Tbe reault wae, up t 7 o'clock
Urt nvht, no focr than 17 bodiva bal Uvn recover
ed. All were eoaWktngly rnutiUatod and dUflgured
tbat Identity waa laMtiiilile except In a few tmrnm
MirH of tbom were tla 1m -J ire of glrla from 10 t- 19
yearaofnge. Sareutcon, who were more or leMln
jured, wro talen to tlo General II wpltal, and one
tHiutil'd lii aieliaJibo wee being conveyed tli re.
Wa may add, tbat tbU la the tl.lrd .l..nl.rn In
ircuio.iii cap inanufactotlee which Ila takeu plaJo
in an many inuiititr.
Tl e leundon Olobf layii I The Ueme 8 n-tary bu
coma to no drctrton iou tbe p4i wliither there
ala'lbe n commutation of the afiutenoa of If, Bm.t
hi MT Tbf dilay which bat been uocatiuned, arrnee
frfttu the fact that clrcmnttAucee have tiaiipiret
whkh lad toaau-iitcbmthat there are otlior rwi
f a loua cbanK ter attalnat Dr. B-ti r, wblob
the iuUco aave rtc.lTed luitiuctioue t-i lurubtigato.
Tha tare! Kentr.
TheLombm SMf,oftheSetb,aaya that tbo wrk
of rcpHtr.ng the tlreat raivden. procredi with rapidi
ty. IbmiKhMr. StHtn JU erxi l h cintraetl to
itiUu tho rtlr- for X5 f 10 It rummm tobtdtcidid
ui-uu wbomtbe coxt abaJl fait. The Star aayi
Tl e fiib tic C'veu at tbe Inque it wat, an may be
niuuticd, ol tre moat cnuttatictiiy ch ote at
trtr m lettaidinl tbe pa-tlei wbn cre n-aily ilablf,
Mr. Ui iniui. coiitiHiin( tlnt all Lie rapuia Wnty
In coinietilm with tl oeinr na bad waiml, and Mr
Cami-i m, t u the mt.t tbe dlrttsre,tu tbe other
land, aryu'DR Uiai tr.e amp aud eniim bad uok
mi taiitltnl ,ir to tbeUnipnny. of ponnn, o i
the mUsiiiiv I uf tii'a jsnint Uih-iuU tlio quen m uf
wholnrea.ly to Uur tbeei-eiiMj of puMliiw tbeah'p
In urdtrt atti tbe arrnt-aiout to pay tbo mim uf
itHHi Iim Isoin madtKitbui.t preiudicv t tthUine
turn. The dinpute between Mr. Bcoir Kreju.anl
tbod'.ncbre v.1 1 tcn.?rTvdtoaibitia'bu
A complete eiaumatam ha iti n ma b of the b '
exe, and emih oh of tbe at lp by hh uf tho m emi
iiei.t it gioctn. at !' rfipwut of Mr ItNai-v, h
H the lergtfct riVan lioblrr Lu the cniiieny, aud fie
triu t il uwathat the fU'iiati' tulxl aid iiihep'ttj
il tbftavo t'llim b!Ui weie cuuuecbd with tie
ftihiul that exa-tMt are iibiiijind. IM ab li of
lach builer bav auntninrd hoiwe a1 In hi atiiure t tho
hix.'k at the iiiiiiniai.t uf xp'oalou, aud oue or to uf
t . uisffa are im m ui in pm iminttiin'c'V o-hi
UeluniitlktiU. Thme putt-tiwIU lm ivmo'jilua
dnvurtwn, ami Utbr pwraatii-pbed buthuia,
Tte trit got tbe b llei by tttlMU'lo lovebird
will ircurat.' tie malele oie giUmi up etetn, ai.d
the mL1 Wl I lU't plutMtdoii bur )a i .id Hih mir.
cl nii'iau, I at, In uroir tbat the ful lent lnr4g'.iiu
u ay le oiab, ami f at pnbJic could- lice rh md te
nhtorrj to te in e e etii(s requ-iea 'be Wirdtoi
tl e A Jmiraltjr t tid down ou f tbetr ufhciira to
t.aiu'inttlie aUlp. Thi mjitt bai loti rtrf-iaiud.
The )kidof Tiade will, ofaAiraj, makethi uaual
Imia .iitliii. In fuie ffretitifjfr the ceitifltato. Sou.j
u tl e iJifctrei v Ui had takn ln-jtba prevUmi 1 1
the acehliut tl tlo'.HU inat , have withdrawn, but
utlieruppHcatbum Ian h-eu mad. aud the imnibrr
of itvtttiigt ia ntiw (in the InMikeof tbo c mipauy U
rbuirr iimrv vt au it woe ai iue oate oi ua vumii ivaf
tug tbe Niro.
Ibe Hhtrburue J mmal, apoakhiaTof ttw eontinitf-d
attraituu uf the gieat ablp at Wevmoutu, aty-M
j ue mauimutu an-paun cuuiiunea vie ouuire of uq
divided attiaitl iu, aud thuiu-a .da baviaittMl ber
during tLe jattut ek Judging fnmi tbe number
that we have Leaid want ou board lad emek, tue
rev. ti could nt cave leiien lar abuit ol f.u.wt.
T riaJ atte.
Tlte larotl Clg met on Iht W tb, aud epHlnt
el il lhfcbui. In tbe aubual at ocatiou uf (be lope,
II j IIu'liif-H a'lvidt-d to the National Ani'-lyoc
llohvtia, and referred to the Ciiunre exprwd by
tbai ankeiuby againt tha Tepal Uueruuwut. lu
cubdualun be cxurahcd a hojw that tbe ItmiiuM
wuuid teturu t their a.Ufcu.uct to tbe II Ay dve.
lttcta fruiu it tine iiiitlon a rumor uf a lutur
tri-turary moTt-iuent ui tbe Abrurzl, ami etate that
the Klin ol Nap'ce tiw eent Uot to Kit It dvwn.
Adv. ore bate lieen n-cttlred f nmi CMiUutlnoie t
tba.latult, NunerMa arreate La. I ttaneit nlaoe In
coirf (iiirnre of the diaiH.very uf a iiuhttral mieit
riry lbrniKpiiacva lo have brokea out in
tfatuntay, but 0Mtn the pi.vloua fhuretay tt ia
xvuouuid by Apia. Mtfuroua u.ea4t)rue have
bten tat en ly tut guTemmeut.
1 wo fit ;t a I at Uii iuinre I before ta rVraf
llo, auilbanaJriu ' al anied thudaytue itl
let Among tbtj prlut 'pa WaJerauf ttrn oon-uinu-j
were two Oeoeialaof InvkUb, o-ie of tUmu Uofjr
ror of tha Iardanrlka, aud aevral Oolunale of
riemaa. No ChiUtuoia wei tjuiprojuW In Uie
Laffiv IfttUVgBee
(Vf TtUjrtphfrom lo iion to ttrtTnol)
tendon, SjU 2?. IhefunJj reuuh without
ciargettndtbartlffundWliilaiodCiua In tue u
nt-y uiaikit. a ,
The advicea from tha contlnetat deaonha a gewaral
aUonoe of eiteculatlre biuuueea, uctwltbitaiviiug tha
auiiahiimUnoe of cajdiaU tuwachof tha marktH
A d'HutatLuu fr.in tli luawona wal'td uu tha
IU 1 have laned a-,'en hour-, i4 at ite dM w4 a J-
I ifmriiavri nr.wil ftl.l. J.. .A.. .u-ia m l.i.n Int.
-, luuipr liVll ili-M tthMaV 111 IDUITalsT Itill awj
imwuiVT'T, ' JX."" "" ""
1 o fniSr, f th. elty of AUrdnew was preeentel
Ju Uni Jor.. Kcssau., laat evenloir. In Uuic Us L
In t Ijs cnurve U hu ad.li ess, U todan d that EJ 1aa4
wouia never, under his ausi-lues, enter into a ewav
"" u? V"-s rhjbu of tw nU V govern lbu.
selves withuut the InUrluieiJe U lor2a c"Uso
were tecnUsd. It. a'so l.ut.1 on ran,anotr
rrfom, d toot udd aa vRneit sih by de.
lli.U.g i. st Kuguuul L-oM a Uk.ua on hii, xld'jU
mjchtyoi saithsrvet ofthe wie-ul.
L'juku,
juu n au va 'ia . uceu utvi iirj Msiv it
vty na tuuiuivr ii the mu iae ukuouupui or tint I
i:"'.'''-.!'"'''""'. "".""". .-"iTrtoTlVcenr''1'" "" '
t't'J I sitMHHiiiuii A sail nil rmiil llll tit I i at i i ia
U.e ttlf and 1 1 tflnu bna u'o Urn ma-lo nut nee.e I TiJttnu l". bJ -
l.iUba'fof the ctrtc.iUTi and Mr Cmimbli. ttio I
Tha KprrU ttl Oravrf Iwkaof Tjaa.
Boom although thtvned with the coral .cation
hi. own pro,. He In Tuscany. . J '"?-
portea in tits refusal it we
Alto.
Ambassadors of Prano
TK p.rt. rv s. a neniWorndal ioomal. annjunox
the arrival of tle Aiomlean Mlnb4er at rekia. n
aaoetxled one of the braoeht of th Petto, aeoomrsv
tiled by the rormbf rs of his legation. They were
no allowed to see anything of th country, and
while awaiting an lateivlew with th Emperor, were
required not to leave th resldeaoe amlgned them.
Our London Coirosporident asnda th following:
Ths Tfnwiiivitbattbesrtiur of (Ian Jttan orlg.
maiea in euaeciTy, ana sne asmimptinn inai Eig
land would be afraid to avenge it, It la Urn ts put
an end to.
Ztaion,Bpt. 39 -Trine Maroirnw ha arrived
here. Separate Oonferenees betweao th French and
Bardlulan, and afterwards between the Vrenoh and
Austrtan plenlr4entlarlra. ban taken place.
Sous fresh detail have been given in a Perls Jour
nal respecting th prnjectrd iditlou to China.
The forces to consist of 1'i.OOO men, chosen from the
beet men of every eorp.
It I certain that all the men of a regiment are not
fitted to endure the cUmale. A depot to repair de
ficiencies la to be established near Ilong Kong or
BUanghaL Th departure of the fore eaonot take
plaoe bernr the first fortnight of Noremlier.
The Dldstnr of Modena baa given order for th
purchase of 10.0(0 Minis rifles, and also of the homes
"f the rtedmontess cavalry, which hav been re
fbnnvfL A telrnam from Kanlee announoas thai the Klnff
has left for tb Rrnan frontier, fur the purpoes, it is
u- ivt iw um cwniiKU iiuniiin im Hif frui
said of bavins an mterview with the Pm.
Th Utrtii eorreapnndent save that Austria and
riedmotil are alsiut making warlike pretentions,
and that the French amy or ooeopatlon in Italy la
about to reoelvs relnforrements. The I enewal of aos
tllHIea I aptirebended by many.
The Upaolnh govevnment I eald, by th Journal
it$ Dtbtt, to hav liiinid th mediation of Eng
land in the dispute with Morocco.
The News by Telegraph.
avMf( JVWr OJIesa, JTe. 41 Watt ttrut aid
Atior Zfewas, wtsrfn rnfranc.
The Quaker City Safe.
AVoft, Off. 13. lb steamship Quaker City
arriviiitn llamton Ko4a atT B P. IL yesterday,
In tow of the sU amer Rut of Oeorgla.
The following ts Cajit. BaorxunT's statement I
The engine wss smashed whrn tldrtyels hour
out from New York, and Ulrty-alghl mlic f . 8. K.
of Cape Hatters.
After her separation from ths Dunbarton on
the 7th, the Quaker City made her way north and
test under canvas. At P. M. of the th.sbe was
In 1st. M.S. king 74.W, one hundred and thirty
nil lee from the pUnt flrat named.
Here a steamer panned without noticing our eUnala
of distress, or the firteg of our guns, although appar.
ently near enough fur both. At gao I', at, the
sihuonor King 1 Isher, of New York, tbe name of
whose cai'taln is not known, bore any for ut, aad
wltk the true characteristic of a seamen balled us,
and said be would stl-k bv us till th last, which
promise h faithfully performed. The brig gena, of
AUisndria, also answered our signal, and laid by
lis until sent in search of a steamer. At T in the
evening, a gale from the noithward of great force,
struck tb ahlp, when ah laid with her bead to the
eastward, behaving admirably for 4! hours. During
this tins it became necessary to throw overboard the
deckfielght. At noon on the llth, th gale having
abated, ln Let to, W: Long. 14, tt, the shin wsa
taken In tow by the King Fisher, and aided by her
own sails, succeeded In BalUng SO nille westward,
wbea at midnight th State of Oeorgla ran down and
t jok us In tow SO miles northeast of Cape llmry.
Opt Bnmn.lv desires publicly tl thank the captains
of th Dumbarton, King Fisher. Sons, and Stat of
Georgia, for tbe prompt and clieerful manner la
which they renuered hiin assistance.
Freas WasTslMtaa.
W'uthington, Vtti 13. No action hu yet boen
taken In rrejionse to say oommunloatllon whloh msy
have recently bien received from the Iirttlsli govern
mriit on the atibject of th San Juau Island dlffl
eulty. An ailrr4lnBr inMllnff nf tha r!al4ni u
h,ut to-day. All tie members wsie present, witn
the eiorpitiont Mr. Cass, who wat ebeeot oa ac-
CUUm Q DJMU1 laVllllKMIaUima
1 bM rinhii tor leavina lirownsvUle withont troone
are, s'a stated bj an army officer ,the unhealthin of
tlte r"t, and the belief tbat there was no neceealty
ftir their presence as means of protection t beeld-Jh
their Mivlues were urgently needed etaewhere in
Teiaa. Hut since their withdrawal. In adJitloo to
tbe recent Invasion by tba MeiiJau banditti, the In
dians have oteuniltlod many axoeaae on the settle
nienle of the Klo Orande frontier. Ily this tune It
la believed truoiw have been sent thither to protect
our citlwna.
Tbe Trrasnry Department has been efflclallr ad
vtstd by the Bccrrtiry of State that, by an order of
tbe Spanish Government, vessels of tbe United States
striving- st I'ort of Spain and the adjacent la'auds
are traced on tba footing of national vetaela, m rs
gsnls tlie diitle of th oit and navigation. In
consideration of this eiemptlnn, 8nenlsh vessels ar
riving at torts of the 1'nlted States, from Spanish or
other freig n pot U, 111 be jtermlttd to eater on the
eante footing witl vessels of the L'nlted States, as ie
gsrds tonnage duties, light euoney, and all other duee
to the United SlaUs, so tar as rvsjietts the vessels.
Spanish veseels, however, arriving ln ports of the
I Mted Statee from Cuba or Porto Klco. not belna
embraced In the foreirtsiur remitation. are eeiteclallv
I'rovided for by the acta sf July, 1339, and June,
i34.
Ths receipts st the Trrssury for th week ending
on Monday, were $1 130 IHH). The drafts 11(1
sm.il,tl to il.KWI 100, and ths drafts issued, to
nrstiv SI (Ml IK'0. The amount subect to draft, wsi
(iMii.ooo. The roductlun from the previous asadt
ss4('Mn.
Tbe ttevrttary of tbe Treasury hs decldI on n
jiral, that mink, sklu are outlable, at eight per
conttuu.
Tke Citrket Match.
ri.il.vlrlrfui, Oct. 13. The cricket match was
re-ctenroouoid tbt nv rnlng. Mis Loosvsa and
Wisin rrsumrd their places at tbe wickets, snd
the lent wloki't lull for Ut runs. Mr. Pass wss ab
sent, hsvlug Imen disabled by a blow on the left
elbow from a ball fnun Jsrason, in ths Iim arrs sud
Stiiiissson matcli, M llobokeu, so that be wae
obliged to have surgical advice. The scores tday
were 10.1.
Than etch as f,ulshel this aft TUton, In favor of
all t.ng'anil, on the sccou J Innings, witli the loss of
thrt wicketk.
1 he twertj -two scored 151 ou their two Inn'ngs,
Including byes, itc, ef wllcit the twelve Lsignstt
psjrrs on ihs Auiertreu elds scored ) runs, and
tin teu Americana scoted Si runs.
Tho Uridine; of the twenty-two wss exceedingly
grod, twrtloularlv thst ol itotuen, Niuli, Bs
tLsi, llavaais W. K. Wisira, aud Fisnss. Ksr
lUtiT boleit finrly. IUhono, Lsmos, U Waiour,
a walouT.euu' otiuiss also aUtmgulHhed thsmsulves.
l.Ml krpt wlckrt well, and bewlud with luuih bead
woik i he got considerable applause for Ills share In
Using two ii4ttts.
'J lie e.nalisn atviut-a turms-jTrn, ena y sv a niaica
North va. aouth, Cs au 1 i'sis out, lot their bene
fit, on t'tidsy
Some petty lias off -red tin English cricketers
A0IM), to p'ay a base ball match In New York, be ore
ttey Uavv America i tM may be brotigbt abmt, If
tl e sum Is guaranteed by rhious hie AtneiHau tier.
tirs, tint in no case will they ila tho caVililiig of the
ball ou tbe tMSind.
A gtaid diuiitr will l-e given here to-morrow
nigut, in hi, nor ol tue .ug 1U pi a, era.
I.ter froaa navsss,
cTuriinmiA, ('if. 13. The stearaslilp Cahawl a,
fiom Havana ou the loth, and Key Webt oa the St a
lut , has ut lu hrte for cuei.
Iht llataua susar uisfiet was dull, and the butl
mm Hunted at prevlou pliers Moleee was nrmsr.
ireunuui,
steauiehlp
u. ,,,,,
Tate rT" aa4 l'.salae.t Daekava.
rhilaUM, Oct 13. It Is stated ou Roml
aiilhiult) tht Mr ,ioh VT. Koshit lias received a
btO-t iwtlt4i fioiu TieMdont UotJiaMaN, of lile lutso
t on to Institute a pnwecutlou for libel, ou accouut of
tbea.tlce in the l'rtu, on Mondsy, lu rwatlout
tie dtath i-f Mr. llsonssica.
MUmmi Elerller.
CAhyico, tViicW 13. W bav received tb
followtng rttjrus of tlie electlou in aUniiesota i-
Kamaa1 county WO euajenty for lieaiXBa, Ueiao-
ctat. fur Uov;ruor.
llakoiah eountyS majority for sUmsav, BepuV.i
can, for Uoverruir.
Wasbiniitou cotuity tOO majority f w Ksusar.
llenueian county gtvrs a decided HepubUcea ma
Jtentv for the State and County ticket.
Iu tbe St. Anthony District the Republican elect
two niruilieis if the Hjuse.
ateuouila Ctmuty give llsosis 3(1 majority,
Ths returns fiom tbiee precincts ef Aaocle
County, show Itaestt lOOaliss'l
lew a Klectlea.
Cif(igo, Oct. 13. There Is nothing JeflnUe
as jrt frim Iowa. Returns fnan thirteen couutte
sts rtootved, wldch give aboei the s uns majonties as
In lbM.
Osl Ksaetleev.
Cttrrldwt, Oct. 13. The Kepublican majority- on
tl e Male tkkct wil be 17 000. Tj tne SeuaM Wt Ke
iiubiiians aud 10 Ikniorrata an elrcted, a-id to the
Uouae 1)4 IV publUans aud 4 Imuiucrala.
llakMS relU.ra.
81. 1 miit, Oct. IS. A Leaven worth dispatch
to the if7iMiran veyn tbat the ToM-ka Cuuvuutiou,
in Uie tlh, inudiintrd a full ti.ket, h-atl by
t'aaacJto Husiaaoa for llovrruur, and J. V. K iot for
Lirutensnt. M Coawat was nonituatoif r Oon
grwa 1-ho (Vrtiviutioti ws haruiuulous. Koeia
so., Ln is Siao Uovrruor elect under tbe Toprlui
ti-nvent'i u, was numluated on ih- trt ballot. 1 Le
election for Bute oihcer wJl tats puce la Uectui
Ur. tlexteaa New.
Ktw Crhari, Oct. 11. Tb latent Milcau
advloraelsbithsi ths Jlils Ccvemmsut hsve mads
linportaut cobowuions to Von il Coaaoa, Ijr the ua
v yaUuu of tue ausicaa cosit from Guarantee te
Acapuloe.
avWie rat.no.
Htiffalo, Oct. Id. IL iHmoetatl: County
Coovuitinu vietetjay ucmlLatei tton. Ilsaat h. liic
a, for Dims aVnatcT.
UmUon, N. 1., Oct. 18. t tb KepuVdcan
Senatorial CouVfiiiiLii, 1W ' hi-rsta-dar, Joan II Kn
eacv was nnnitnated at a caudidat la Seaatos lu
tt i:tb DUirict.
B eve d ! ffwrw Hast Maira
Jiattinwrt, Oct. 13 Two nun wr hot dA
iasvstreeUltfa.ht. One waaayoutf Iratmsn:
Ihs t lUr, tli mat of on of th bay cra'ts lying at
Vuloulwk, MiiarrvuhmTbeaua4art,
KHacfsi Orvwattew, at.
likhmmd, Va., Oct. IS. Tm. Iliamt Onaa
traiHn, Diabon of New Jsroey, and Ossoosv Tact
Toa ffafKLL, As4stant Ihshop of Ohio, were con
secrated to-dey la St. Paul's Church. Auxasoia
Ostoe, Biahnp of Texas, ta Monumental Chorchi
and IlewsT P. Wanna, Bishop of Minnesota, BC
J smee Church. O rant throngs war la attendance,
Inorudlng numerous straegera. The eeremonles
were very Imposing. All tne Bishops hers assisted
ln tha consecrations. Th convention was not ln
eteston to-day.
CITY NEWS
Firs it Wmr TTvTtmcrh &rsnrr. About
?M o'clock last evening, a fir was discovered la
the frame stable of F. K. aV O. T. Yocsa, No. tt
West toth street, near th llth Avenue. Tn flames
spread rapidly, and shortly after th dieoovsry of th
Are, the stables were totally destroyed, aad three
horses that were In tiem were suffocated. Bora
shed connected with th coal and kindling wood
establishment of tba Messrs. Yotnvo, were partially
destroyed. Th Ice on none and stack amount
to about 11.000, ou which thr 1 no Insurance. Tha
sheds and stable war owned by B. C. WaaDBLL,
and th loaa la about $300, on which there Is no In
surance Tb Bre, It I thought, wthwork of a
gang cUemdlarlea.
That Notkb Makkuok. Vw, If any, cef-
monlea of marriagl In th city hav ever caused s
much commotion, excitement, and gossip as did
that of the wealthy Bswoa Oviano and Miss Dirr
tarr, which took place yesterday noon at St, Patrick's
Cathedral. Although announced for twelve o'clock,
tha crowds began to assemble and poor Into th
hurch a early a nlna, and long before e'ereo every
avallabl sitting and steading plaos ln th vast stnio
turt iu occupied, white a larg multitude, without
tlcluta of admission, were gathered ln the strut
outside, or had repalrl to th buildings of th vicin
ity. Ths bouse top, awning posts, a id svery pac
tion whloh gav a view of th scene were also coca
pled by spectators, anxious to catch a glimpse at a
bridal party so wre'thy as to require $100,000 for an
outfit, and at such a walking gold mm a that man
oould be who Lad given nearly ha'f that amount for
finger ringa.
After the church bad becom densely crowded, a
frightful crush still prevailed at tbe door,among mor
perann who wanted to get In, and thoa who wanted
to get out. Many ladle fainted and were carried off
gentlemen perspired and swore t hoops, flowers and
wedding ornaments wilted a before th blast of a
hot simoon, whlls (air shirt collar and eloan dickies,
ln tbat tremandou crowd of sweating lnllvUuala,
speedily collapsed. Insld th Cathedral, five thous
and person were aassmbled, and outride th crowd
was nearly si great, while doolie the number of both
went away without place, or were accommodated
precariously around th neighborhood. In all, th
assembly oongregated together must have numbered
twenty,, thousand Individuals, the greater part of
whom were ladlss. Tb altar of the Cathedral waa
lighted up with wax tapers, and whlls awsltlngtk
bridal forty, th organ pealed forth various anthems,
which rcKiunded ln ths aisles of th Cathedral with
lmproeslv aolemnHy.
At noon predse'y the bildal party arrived In Un
carriage of the latest styts, with colored drivers
neatly dressed. Th party entered by the Mulberry
ttreet door, and proceeded to the alter, amid a uni
versal rustle and confusion, among thousands pres
ent, to catch a glimpse of the noted proceeston,whlch
was ootnponed of the father and mother of the bride,
the bridal lr, and six bride's maids, with au equal
number of groomsmen. The bride who looked as
beautiful a an bourl waa clothed In a diet
of white eallu with point lac flowers. An I
elegant veil of pobit lac attended from ber
head, where It waa surmounted by a wreath
it orange flow.rs, to her feet, and extending,
with the tralnf Lev drtss, emus short distance
lff-yond. In her hand sbs bad a fan of poiut lase'
adorned with arU aud diamond. Four row o
orient prarts were abound her throat, with a clasp la
jrotit of diamond! ear-rings of two tmmenst
pearls, acd a brooch of diamonds and pearl similar
to the clasp, completed her Jewels. The brldoiaalds,
U ln number, were clothed two In white, two la
blue, and two lu cherry-colored Tarletou dmwes
with doubls skirts.
Tb bridegroom was dressed In black, as were the
groomsmen, with whit vast and cravat elegantly em
broidered. Ua la a small man, of dark oomplexfcn
and about forty years of sgs. As the bridal parly en
teied, tLe wedding march waa pcrformej on the or
gsn, after which the cerenusy commenced, and was
gone through with by Archbishop llcanaa, assisted
by the Vlcar-general and other pi lent. TL Bishop
wore his mitre, bad his croler la hand, and his noted
emerald ring wae somewhat conspicuously displayed
After the ceremony, Lis Oraoe began Lie address. I
was long and Interesting; referred to the tsnctlty of
the marriage rite, to the manner In which tie Catho
lic Church had always ngardrdlt, t) llxvai V1IL
and Nan uo L and their divorces; vindicated the
action of tbe Church under thesi d cunistuices, and
was both LLtoilcally laamed and argumeutat vo
ile a'sorpnke of the facility with which divorces
were now obtained, branded It as reprehenalt!,
and alluded to the luijioiwlblllt ofwhet Is caleda
double ruerrUge one solemnised both by Prct
Uut and Catholic Priesthood. At this moment the
family of ths bride looked conscious snd sndled, but
when the prelate spo'ie fuoltagly of the separation rf
daughter from bar peronts, the father was ner-rly
ovtrconis, and wat ob'lged t bide his face In his
handkerchief. The utnioat decorum was observed
throughout, and, at the close, the happy pair receiv
ed the congratulatlous of their linmclUtc' finals,
and pawad cff. So ends the latest speclmtu of mar
risge a la mode.
Among the celebrities near th a'tar were Bon. D.
P. Rtass and lady, Venesuelaoa i two sous of Gen.
rral Para, Sen. 1) Ciiaoos, Vice Consul to her Most
Catholic Msjsttyi Judge He Mitx, Mr. Tuoaas II.
Btilihi!), and Genetal 8ujrlntudcut Pi set si.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, the necaiatry
papers were signed, when Ben. Ovino left ths
Church with his lilieou his arm, followed by thl
brideiinaiJe anil ths select guests. They loft, a
they entered, by the do.ir leading Into Mulberry
street, and the voloe of the large multitude sent up a
deafening cheer.
After the crowd In aud about the Church had d's
ptised, ths carrlsges, with their occupiU', were
dilvet to 80 West llth street, tie residence of tba
brile. The it re. t, from Union Square to the Blitb.
aven lc, and tbat avenue brgau forthwith to be lined
with curious gsii-rs, who whJied to set tha drrsags,
ihe rcil-es, the Lets, the lacis, Ac, of ths ladles as
they aaasd by hut above all to ac the br.de, and
bar adornmoiits, and the bridal party. "Blown"
wss ouhsud, In all bis glory, and saluted cverjbody
for tverj body knowe Uuoaii, and Buowa knows
'verybody. The police wore In force, aad alio waa
foi med on each aide of the bouae, from the d-wrway
to the atrett, through which the ladles and gentle
men with them pasaed to the domlctl tt the (air.
About 1 1-1 o'clock ths crowd began tl Increase
and thalnereessksptoutUl I P. M. All the while
the carriages were dleohargtng new comers, and
taking away those who had passed through ths
Looad. Ths pressure waa frightful to silks, satins,
crlno'lns, lace i and ribbons, and th fair owners 0(
thera were freely pereplnug under the not ovr-guU
pressure of the but drsds passing In and out. Tbt
gautlemen were en tip-toe, holding up their LsU la
their bands, aud the H k was all, of " th Bride,"
"th Bridegroom," their wealt'j, their prospects
a-lcad, and good and abundant wishes for their hap
piness end sucsea la "the inatilmenlal vojage of
Us."
The Louse Itself 1 on of ths elegant mansions of
14th street. Tbe door-keeper ssked oocaatouaHy to
see the cards of Invitation, but ouly o:ojsloua!ly.
Ths front parlor waa entered, and on the rlgut, as en
tering, eis the Bridesmaid , ln all ths fsver, Hush,
andfiiooftlis scene, beautiful La peieon,but not
the leee liesutiful from the puvstle Lands of milliner,
niai-teuniaker, and ceirur, lo. Art had been ex.
baeatrdtoadien J ft more. If passible, th besutiei
of uatur. The greater rait of the brldwmalds were
An ricaaa, but the dark eye, aud brunette tinge toll
beie and there, of BpaJUh or Kreuch blood. The
llnJe and llrldegroom were In tl. omi' of th
group before tha mirror. Tb gorgeous pearls flanh"
ed fnra betueck, snd tbt dUiuoud from her arm
Uts sLd lings, an tl mirror told ot tha glow
ing color) ovsr and over again. Th bridegroom,
of course, was on ber right, and rtoutved th
Congratulations of th bride' friends, lis speaks
English enough for compliments, Ac, but Spanish la
fit!) Cealillen grandeur whU the Ibrlde told him in
8) enlsh, es ths crowd came up In single file, of tid
petty and cl that, and ah translated back Lis ropllea.
Next to tb bridesmaid were th mother aad th
father, receiving tb congratulations of their friends,
and welcoming all, while beyond were soma of th
presents of the occasion. Mot half of th real pre.
uta, however, wrea shown, Pared wa avoided to
Ui table, aad tmgisatlon was 'eft tofnrfc out for
Itself. TVgueat hrganV depart vary soon altar o
taring, and paying their nspcvta, as It was Impoest-
hie Tee- the bouse, larg a It la, tc luirt th twwnnetn
leatUlkartcatilB.Ued, uaor,UnA wat autol
of tbertcl(st,tb most faSUouabU, and tt most
distinguished ofthslsnd.
Don Ovmio, who I not so old a be la represented
lobe, met Mis Bssiurr, for th first lima, about
four mentb ago. They were mutually pleased
with each other, and betroth 1 themsclvsa before tba
lady' father was aware of tba attachment. Th
bTldftroomUCaldtobewrthJ()00.C00. lie own
larg tugsr and ooffe plantation In Cuba, ana ne
groes without number. Thoa who hvenMls
Baitutt asy his wealth la only equalled by hi gool
taste. In farther reference to th msgnlfloene of
tbe array, tt may b added ttat th lady bridal
dress a'on coat $.000, and 8enr Onaoi presented
It and four other that cost $1.00 each, and TS oth
er less eost'y, to Miss Batn.rTT.
ArroimtxaT o? Distmct Cut". Th
Msyor and Aldermen maln Contention yesterday
afternoon, to arpolnl derka fir the District CJOrta,
bul nothing wa done, and th Convention djttrn
ed until Thursday nexl. Corporation Counsel Bc
Ttan: In reply to th committee app-lnted to obtain
legal ad vies aa to the powers and d itlea of tha Mayor
and Aldsrman ln th matter, referred them ta his
opinion, previously given, and on file, sustaining
their right to appoint
Tammart Hall BriATOiuAi, Cosrcvno.
Th nominations La th Mb, tth and Tth Benato
rial districts ware mad last night a follows t Firth,
BnnAn Kau.T to plana of Smith Elt. Sixth, U m.
Rl SiD Scnsxt, ra-nomlnated. Seventh, R. B, Coa
aoi tv in place of J. Doconrxrr. Katxv, In tb
1'lftli, I ths nominee both of Tammany and Moeart
lialla.
Uozabt IlAit, NonLiATiosa JU adjourned
meeting of th Morart Convsntlon, to nominate can
didates for Judge and Supervisor, met at th Mosart
Shades, Mercer street, last evening, to complete
their Judicial and Supervisor nomtnatlona. llsnsr
Ataan, for Judgs of Marico Court, and Airmoir U
Roaiasoa, for JoJg of Superior Court, were nomi
nated by acclamation.
Fur Supervisor, two ballot wsre bad.
On th 1st bailot Snrnr.s II. Lrnoa received tS;
Jomv R. Baioo, present Supervisor, Ms scattering,
15. On the Sd ballot! Mr. Baiooa received M, and
Mr. Lnust 4T. Just aa this Tote waa announoedVand
before tha Chairman could declare Mr. Baioo ta
nominee of th Convention, th ga waa shut off,
leaving the Convention In total darkness, during
which a motion to adjourn to Monday night wa oar
ried, Waring It, a tt la claimed by tha 47 Ltbob men,
fr the Convention to nominate a candidate for Su
pervisor on th next meeting. The M delegate who
Totedfor Buptrvlsor Baioo, claim tbat h waa fairly
nominated.
BIozabt AatKMBLT Coxvajmos. Th Mo
sartere of tb second Aeermbl)llstrlct met laat even
ing, and without making a nomination adjourned to
meet on Monday evening next.
U.idikbill's Uaarra. Although grapes
abound ln the city at a much earSer period than lid
th season Is hardlyCthought to be fairly opened un
til UnniaarLL'e baskets are een m the market. Yes
terday a small basket of these almost lnlmltebls del
loads cam to ua, aa an ereni eevrter of tha har
vest to follow. Tha grape are full, swset and large,
and esoeed everything ln that Una which -.come to
our city. Ths agency last No. I Clinton Hall, Astir
Place,
KcrtBo. A few day since a report wa pub
Uahsd ln th city paper to tha effect that one of tha
lunatics at tha Asylum on B'ackwell's Island had
committed tha barbarous murder of one of hi com
panion Th report having created uiwastnes s with
those who bare friends placed at the InstituUon,
Dr. lUaaar, the rhyelclan uf Ihe Asylum, called
upon us yesterdsy, and states that wat repot 1 1 an
entire a Intake. He tare that he understood one of
the inmates tit th Work House to have been so
killed a shut time elnoe, but tbat it did not occur at
tha Asylum.
Turn waa a alight rencontre of Morrisskt
at d IlaawiK, the pugilists, ln ths Park, on Wsdnea
dsysvin'ug, the reports of which ecatterad around
yeeteiday were far from correct. The cause of th
difficulty waa the refusal of the Utter to put up th
stakes agreed upon and proposed by him in his cant
for a bait'. with Moaaissar. The card gave Mossu
srr th privllrg of fixing tb tim foe tha battle,
either before or after Mux' fight with Saraae.
Moaatssrr ohoss that It should be th latter, alleging
that be didn't wish to take the troub'e to whip Mr.
Uskkah again unless the latter won new laurels by
his fight with Savxaa. Moasissn's $300 of the stakes
were taken on Wednesday from the office of (rilW
F)irily as Ursula refused to put up the required
amount, on tlie ground tbat be diJn't wish t) put It
up to Us Idle for a year, but would willingly fight
MotxisssT In four months bom the present tlojs. No
blows wsre struck, but many Lard worde passed,
both wbea tla patties met In froLtof tke Park, and
afterwards, when tley adjourned to the office of
n if in' Spirit. At length, Moasisasr offered to bet
$200 tbat Hunan never would fight with Ssruta.
HavaiAM toe k tha btt, and tlie money was deposited
In the Lauds of the editor of rjlW Spirit. Moxsis
tn still expreesee b'f willingness to fight Ilntsan, but
will not do so before tbe "lkulcls Boy's" fight with
Bavras, after which, be says, be will engage htm for
any aum of money, great or small.
A aruiMMu oil painting will be presented tlila
cvcnlrg to Mr. A V Btoct, City Chamberlain, ba
the Metropolitan Pu'lce Department. It Is In token
,.( thanks for the generous conduct of Mr. Stout, lu
advancing money forth payment of Puuce lu Feb
ruary last, whun the treasury waa empty,
III Nr Alki-i wat nominated at Tammany,
on Weducsdsy ei enlug, aftr a atlff content, for Judge
of tie Martns Court. Tbe friends of Mi. Aar-aasoa,
who ranis within ons vrte of a nomination on the
fourth balot, complain bitterly of the Influence used
to defeat Lis rornlnatlon. Mr. Actii, who Is sail to
be eve-y wsy qualified for tbe poelf oa, owes hi sue
cssprtiidJy tothsfaet.that ha cms lieforetha
CoiivcLtioo with the enderaenieut of Jaaxs T. Bsaur,
V.tq , riponrted by the efficient liuUJe efforts of Mr.
PaTia U. Bwtxnr.
Pnom lTjse Company, No. 1, of Pkej-
sie, pasted the Sun office, eater Jsy, on thnlr return
fn-m New Haven. They left for home by the evening
t'cet,Ujbly pleasod with their Journey eastward.
Inqueatf, AoclelenU, Cto.
Ti.k Prni. St. IIomiciif. Coroner Jack-
a held an luqueet ytateidav aftt-rnoon, at the N.
Y. U-iepita', ujiou tbe body of 1)ikis Mi lIsiar,wbo
as prcvious'T lepoited, on-d'rom wotmitslutns ah
domrfi, lnqietcd a lew ulghte ago, by Jons Csiaaias,
at tue irrogrery ot tlie latter, No. HI Pali at. Thi evi
dence shewed that tke two men had long been at en
mity In eotiaeqtienew or a pecuniary matter reinalukur
unsettled. On the night of tba loth InsU dsoeaaed
went went to Cnnnins' plaos for ths purpose of
making fiUnda with him. Csiawixe wsa ab
sent and deceased remained awhile drinking
with aoma aoquantanca. Whilst etlll there,
CaiHHiae cama In aud ordeted him Into the
ette-t- fie meved rather elowly, aud C'euuia
went at him ln a threatening manner. Deceaeed
tkno wsnt Into ths strtst, and followed by Caut
miss, who threw a weight at him, aul brandiaheda
niueket with a fixed bayonet attached. Deoeaeed
then threw a brick Into Camilla' place, breaking
tha w'udnw, and the latter pursued him with a
sword or baynnet, and stabbed olui, lufllcting wounds
which cease,! hie death on the llth but.
On that evidence, the Jury rendered a verdict "Tbat
Daaais Mcllaaav came to lila death at the hands of
Joua Cuaais,on the lOth day of October, l,
with eouw tnatrument to ua unknown.'
Caiaaiaa waa than examined, and staled tbat ha
was barn in Ireland, is 14 yea-sof age, and a type
caster by teade. He dalmad tbat be anted la anlf-
deltnoe, and diet net Innna so am jaouaaai. v
cawdaaaa estiva nf lreiaud.l yeareof age, and
Iran a wife aud four aiuaii ohl drn. Its friends
claim that hs wae a pcaoeabla and tnduatrioua man.
Fismiaii Kiiled. Jon TiioMaa, a roung
man, emplcyid oa tbe Harinm Railroad aa a Herman
on a locouv l-v-, fell off tee tsndor nar Mott Oavan
je-tcrday, aid was killed. Ills body wa brought
tt this city, es.d a Coroner's laqnest will be held to
day. rolics IntotUcvnoo, etc
Cai-tcu or A BoauLAH On Wednesday
night, ten brrg'ars bica lototh hous of Josa
Mi Dear ceil. No 90 INutftb avenue, aud oarried off a
smsU iron safe, with $151 In at They were observed
by officer Paow, of th lTth rrsouiot, carrying th
sal up 4th avi uu. and on soal'.g aim, thev drojiped
it snd ran. TteoffieHr puraued and arv avut one of
them, named Ea MoOovaaa. andJnsMc Srsasa
locked ban up for trlaL The est waa recovered, wla
Ua ouotanes iinabtutbed.
Btabbiso ArrauiT. A dlapnt occurred ye.
terday afteruoon. on b rd th bark Ooidso Age, be
tweru twoboanilng Lons runners, named eajLCar
Ir7c.aio-U durta, whk,, M I U ai-ged,
(an lev stabbed Moaaisln bis loft thigh, tnflloting
an ugly wound, nearly three inch ln etepth. Bain
UT u a Tested by tba Uarbor Pollosand looked up,
and tb wnuudtd man wa taksn to th N. Y. Hoe
pttal, where Lis wound wat dresevd by D. ftsaaa.
To wound, though aeiioua, willeva prov rata,
A rit oa Bnaricrow or Rath amd Kibu.
On Wednesday aAamooa, acttlsew of ayda.Waya
l , M. a., wuiw pesaaic wrrjiaw sua --.- ---.
'rjjXSi!r.
ff. awirhWtvWeSlttad
,, g aioug wtth three ",saul arejj. ---
jvwfpiluw&litVFrirmrU "'
li g along with three othera, eoanlttad
After a few mTutrlee, ths man felt tttuifiH that Fsai
was the man wanted, and be accordingly gav Infov
ovaaWm ta tb polios, ard yesterday, otfioer Lewxav,
oftheMPrcu,tnokralireusody.
Th Sheriff of Warn County was Mrerapned to,
and replied, without giving th detail of tb aflalr.
tbat Fas was wanted on tha charge preferred againM
Mm by th man who reoremlssd him ln tbe Central
Park. Tba accused is locked p at the 14th Precinct
station bouse, and maintains a dogged tlence, ant
refuses to glee any detailc rasnecting the aflkir. It la
expected that the Sheriff of Wayne County will be
ln this city to-morrow.
Corrrra Cbakok Mra.MAirr Ar Marsh-,
of No. fie Bowery, who waa arrested on Wednesday
night, charged with dlM-harguur a pistol at Jaata
Snoaa, and wsa liberated tha following morning by
Justice BTraas, Immediately afterward preferred a
charge of assault and battery against Bmaa,andhe
wss arrested and locked np to answer. It le alleged
that be went to tha womaa'a house, and beat and
kicked her In a meat barbarou manner, and In r-
i.n. alia dUrtiamd a nlstol at him. but without do
Ins Urn any harm, Th quarrel waa about a $$
bu.
DtapKHATS Frorrr. On Thursday morning,
at about 4 o'clock, two fellows wall knows ta th po
lice, rased Javis FrrsriTsox and David PuxstLL
got into a fight topther at the lodging house No. tl
baxter street, and after beating and gouging each
other eyes, Ac, FiTsraTaicB, tt Is allegad, seised a
larg tumbler and dashad tt into Paatsau.' taoa,eut
ting his nose nearly off aad tearing his cheeks and
chin In a shocking manner. Policeman OoLrm, of
tha au, Pnirinrt-waa cslled.and arrested FmriTau-a.
and be waa locked up by Justice Coshoilt. Pasa
si tL wsa taken to tbe N.Y.Unspital, and will prob
ably be dlefixured for life. Ue waa recently dis
charged from tbe Penltontiary.
flniirn LAacajtlKS. Waf. MrLLAT. Jajsts
Kam-XDT, Jnat O'Baraw and Cucxca McCosjik a,
wee arreetrd on TbursdsT, charged with stealing
flannel to the vain of $3. from th (tore of Mr. Pa
. v.. tn.a. No. II Fifth Avenue. Soma of tha
Va Dvsa, No. tl Fifth Avinue. Borne of tha I
J.i ... f.l In noaaaadon of the aomiaad.aud I
flannel waa found ln possession of tha accused, end
they wr locked np lor iruu.
Joint llDTomB was arrested on sueploiou of nav.
Ing stolen about $M worth of under clothing, tha
property of Mia. Saaaa Baowa, of No. ( King street,
who Lad entrusted It with him tn betaken to a cus
tomer. It waa locked np by Justice cjcacaiaacta
to answer.
Aa ALir.oxm SwreDLK. A day or two tines,
two wed dm e 1 men called at the store ef Boit,
llootrv A Diixoa, No. t Pulton .'rest, and pur-
clssecl gocae to tne amount ot axis on. Alewnoura
later, a nieasrnf er came for the goods, presented, in
payment a check on ue East River Dana, signed
Koirr. Ctiio, Jr , and purporting to have bean certi
fied by that Institution. Ths goods were delivered,
but the check proved worthleas. Several other firms
complain of having been swindled In a similar way.
Ths swindlers escaped arrest.
Dsatsi from Beaux. An Inqneat wa bald
on Tbursdsy, at No. Ill Bidgs street, npon the body
of Annums Sc-uCHann, a native of tola city, 17 years
of sis. who died from burns received on tbe Tth Inst..
by ber clothes cetckln- fire, upon whloh ah let fall
a fluid lamp which broke upon It Tb Jury render
ed a verdict cf " Aock antal death."
UCSAa. RKTOHtS-TnUKSDAY.
0wxrraaaa Ostenrt
Th Trait Murk of Wutft'i A-Wnn CUV
pho Wolft rs. wule Gcmiird. 1 hit action cam
on again, and ex-Judge (1. Dean replied at aom
length to the argument of Mr. O'Oonor, of Wednes
day, contending that as there wsa a variano be
tasen ths oomplalnt and ths points of eounssl, tbe
injunction could not be austalnedi for If lustalsed
at all, tt must be on the alwwationa of the oomplalnt.
Tbe complaint averred that Wolfe waa tha inventor
of tbe Schnapps and tha originator of th uas of tb
term t but Mr. O'Conor had now abandoned that
plea, and put in another, to wit I that the p'alntlff
waa entitled to the sole row of Us term "Schiedam
Schnapps," Lecaeuw h Lad mad it Indicatlv of
an article la this market which he bad
lilt there. They now abandoned tba claim that
Wolfs hsd Invented the Schnapps, and merely et up
that he was only entitled to the Injunction because ha
Lad flrat used the Urm mdeeignaaion of hi prepara
tion. For thl reason, their Injunction must fall of
Hs own weakness. Judgs Dean then recurred ta hi
argument of Wednesday, and still further pursued
the origin ef the word Schnapps. He read from Ouy
Manoering, on of Walter Boutt'a novele, wherein
llck Ilettarsalck. tha smuggler, wsa made to aek a
friend to go win bim and lake soma "Schnapps,"
when bs wlehed "to be civil." TbU work was writ
ten In 1SW, and far antedated the claim of the tUln
Uff. Counsel, in conolustnn, urged th Court not to in
erfere between two spurious venders, tor th bet
ter protection. Such was not th object for which
Osuta were ceiabhshed. Neither the Bchnapps of
wolfs nor Ooulard had ever been outaids tbe prt of
Yew York, and either of them would be sea
tickif tattn out qf tight af land. They were both
rpuriou article and were never imported. Th
Court could not properly interfere betsreen two
such parties. They ehoulrt be left tn the game, and
so tne nazara ot ane connici; it mignv oompei eacn
to putiy hla "dram;" at least im;rew If not (mtierC
Tbe Uiau-t eounssl was quit arauaina In but remarks,
and drew tgetbera large audicno. Tb Court re
served decision! but II I thought that the Lnjuno
that wlU be sustained.
Ths Oafs oases Again-Tht Ptopl eid., .
Tht Major, . Thl was a motion on tha part of
the plaintiff, for an Injunction to restrain the City
Autlinrittee from adoning, or carrying out a resolu
tion ol the CoirniunCouucl), giving their work to
Ca'e houseaon the new reservoir, to Falrohlld, Wa k
er At Co., the present contractora to build ths rest of
the rew rvoir. 11 is claimed tbat the Council baa no
atithorilv to act only upon reoommstulatlon of the
Crotou It. ant As Mr. V laid one of Counsel for the
Siets could nit bepteaeut, tba caw was postponed
to Monday.
Raparlar Caart.
ThtEitate of Win. Jay, FMlemon IT. f'tvtt, r$.
John Jaioothrr. This a as an sctton to comp.1 tb
exe tutors of this eittate to comply with the terms of
s certs n lease. Tbe plaintiff clalma that In April
1 M, the c xecutore eo'd t him s lot In Walker atieet,
subject to ths terms of s lease, to slay lHoll, and to a
renewal of 1 1 yeara, the deed to be given at that time;
that the extcutore afteraarde, aid before May, as
aforrss d, reuev.ed the lease to another party Loren
Joiue.
Tbe defence Is, that the defendants bought at alow
price, becsusa the privity ass put up subtect to tbe
reiiewtl, and tbat after purchase, the plaintiffs trind to
avoid the renewal -an aelvantsge a4 reaarmsed by
tbe terms is sale. Tbe Intel eat Involved I of some
amount, and the counatil engaged are among tb ohlef
of the liar. Caa rtUl on.
Owaasaaaj Flsaa.
A ShndtT SuitAvgvttft'trrann. E. R. L.
Fanch9t Tbe fiartiee to this sctlon, whioh is on
trial lai'oie Judge Da'y, were originally iiartnere in
tbe ntlik tnisinees In this city, and remeinod such
up tothe first of July lat, when the dVndaut was
called out of town, on bUHlueae mattrnc, and vrhlie
he wss gone, as hs a.lcgs In Ids answer, ths iilaln
tlff let tne psrtnership Interests go to "rulu, and
tnally tea off with a valuabls horse and wagon,
wllcb La secreted in Pennsylvania When tbe de
fendant returned, e heaid what had taken pleon,
as he aUigea, and subaeqwiit.y met tlis plaintiff
ln Mercer etre44, ahere wotds eneued, aud the le
fewIsM railed plaintiff a "boras thief," Ac, Ao Tne
Clattitiff took evofoiie to tbese terms, and finally
rtHigbt this sctlon to recover $3 000 damages for
Injuries sustained by hla character by reason uf that
language.
Tiearswer admits ths truth of tta charge, and
all ss tbat It ws true.
Tba rase le still prngrres'ug, alt the evidence hav
lng to plus through the mouth of aa Interprtler.
CeiBiC af Ueaeral S saleaa.
1 Li rooming th case of Mary Orabam.
cl arged with shoplifting, tn alea'lng tundry able and
velvat vratli g from ths store of wr BaMxlo, in tbe
Iloaery, waa reeumed, and reealtd iu a verdict
eeeltiet Ler of jwtit larceny ouly, luaaoiuoh as ths
atticles tsken, at various t mea, were of less value,
at rath taking, tlaa $20. She was remanded for
eei i nee.
The cane of McCalie for the v'le attack on Mr.
Thouioo, of tle Vail'l A rim, as calnd by ths
link, but uobeoy euawerlna, the trial was poatpjn
ed till Mi nday of Neat week.
Cent Calendar Friday, Oct. 1 4.
rTtiiirrm Power, Syierfal Term Noa. 130 to 181,
Ki, 101, 1T0 to ITS, lit to m
Miurers Ccurt cVeuir, fmrt lN.. sell, 41MV,
4hM, fl14, MOO, 4TIUV, 118. B3TS MIT, fillfi. M21I4,
M6, M, MM. bill. 1MT, 49T0, t7f, o3T0, 6T5T,
MIS MX, I6M, B-X4, fWo, MM, 100, Ml", 40 J8,
MID, 49-D, 6tS, 44A9, M41, MIS, MIT, Mil
Part t-tSia, 130, t33S, (Jot, taSA, 36, 1M1.
8SM, 1S44, tues, tST, tSTi, 43T4, $374, UTS, US0,
VMJ, 1384, 1384, tiiM
Svtfrror Cearf 7HI Term N.ie. S4I, RTA, ST1,
IM, B'.i. IDS. 898, 411, 41 to 410, 41T to 431, 3, 441
417 to 4411, 4M to 443.
-Comvaen r'as-wrl t No. 117. till, 1094,
IlBO, UK, 130, 1341 to 13DS, 13 '0 ts 1173.
fart ll.-Noa. 1331, 1341, 13tt to 1361, 1364 to
IIM.
If. B. IXafrfri fAdirt-Noa. M, W, 41.
Batreget' OfBca.
IhtiVa of Charlf M. fn;.. This will ha
been fiied In the Surrogate1 oruli, upon an appllca
tlon f probata. Wm. U. Uujse, David W. Lea
and Win. at. atvarts, are names aa esnoulore, and
atrs. IaabaUa Lee, guardian of the children. The
piovuaons or toe uocuniu .-,.. -..-
atattd. Ilsislea.ee his brother, Wa, II. Leuot,
fioa an de-bta,dua hy eeid brotber to bimsetf or firm.
II n aiiile buats of li-yant and Alaton he kavos to
tha N. Y.Oallsry ot Fine Arts. All th remainder
of hie eaUbs loawther with hi baiks, i4sts, aad
howkihotd furniture he leavet to hie ttireo dau htars:
L avlng in trust with bis esecntore, for sun daugh
ter, AI.0P0 free from Hi control of any husband eh
may Lave. Tbe daughter repeottvely to receive
the lucerne of this I'iO.UOO during Ufa, ths princ pal,
with all "ocuuiulatloua" to b Irauafartail at the
death of e.oU to bar next of kin, a cording to the
statute of distribution U cas of any inasaaecy of this
Stats.
Heard of Aldaraaaav.
At a meeting of tba Uosrd, .ut evening, Al-derma-i
Uaawarofivirtd a preamble aud resolution
ln i elation to the death of Be iatr Daonaaica, at the
same time passing a eulogy on deoea-ad. Tns reso
lutions deeply eyinpathUo wlb dscssaed's friends.
Tl at ticg In'ormed tbat a commltl-w of oitiaeua in
connection with the Fir D-pertnwnt, are msatiur
arrangemenU to teatify lu sums eonsiAoiious maauar
to ths lerllng of tha ubbo t Beuslor Bsonsawas
death, and Mil UU part to any properly conducted
"TCJ dkS-ae. area, on Iks itafllty cf th.
Uuu iSL AtVwwhlch the fcv-rd ad.oumod.
Baaii f Owsntctlsata.
Th Beard met on ThuTiday afternoon, tha
PrvjaUtscit tn tha cthsir.
Tbe Uty Inspret sent a eoetununlcatlon sotksg
forth thaska had made a oontraot to hav all th
atreot eieaaed, but that now tksr Is a temporary ar
nugaaiaut with Mr. Barv to eworp the I sailing aveav
ore end someTjf tue rrinolpe; atrtet. Tstpaaarwa
I ArisicaiittrwssadoeJdlrectlngthefaerkoftha
' P.a-Il?lVj?.!T"SS?!a
oronan ta uaprui'ea.
- thepoia fiTlo! bL Ujil t7iij oltlaau
em'swutrMW""" H1J'
tt,"'rl.,?.'f!,lrUo, there for W
g"TJJof reaisvaitogiunameaof th voter of Jk
Kokt?l2l!BWp,,t IU aewar In
rlorroiK street, between Broome and Deiancy street.
Tba monthly statement of tha OwpceaAVsi itttcr.
neywaaeubmltted. It show thai idrtaaSeMS
b recovered $M4 for TtolatotscPorat5i
ancoa. Ordered to be printed. ""I0" a.
A taper waa reoeived from th Street Cminlaslon.
ar, In reference to th loth Ward slatloiilaws7lt.
says, th Common Council cannot, even by aa nnasa.
""", legally nam a person to be employed, dot
on tEUMe. tii f' "7 work "ilaaI
A aeries of reajntinne, regretting tba death of
Senator Baofcatca, came in from ttldnnaT
"ta" Pa to high term of th character of
Mr. Baomirx, saying, that In his death th nation
bad met with no common lorn.
Tb raoiutiona were nnanimonidy eoncmrad In.
An lnvHaikm waa raneivaJ tmn tl. .l w..
gmeer to review th procession of th Fin Derjart-
mentonthl.thlnet Accepted. "H-
Tb Finance OommHta reported In favor of an
appropriation of $1L400 to tha Street OirruDjsBkioer.
fl"l07 i?,tur 'wtUIValnwrwiient!
Ado) ted. Adjourned to next Monday.
BROOKLYN.
Brook.lt" CocitT or Stwiiowa. Teetarday
a little dot. not aulta fourteen vaare of an. .
ralgned on an indictment, charging him with havtaar
"'--we, a imyw vru a nuiu onjy aix yaaia 01 ape
named ItosAjnu maaiss. Tha Court. District At
torney and oounas) (or the prisoner, held a consults
ttrat, and tt wsa derided that ha oould not be tried on
such a charge, m eoneequenoe of hi youth. Thar
bvsng atotber Indictment against him. for assault
awl battery, aruorg out of tba same circumstance, ha
was permitted to plead guilty. The presiding Judge
sakeet him how it cams that ha Mvnmttrl m -
outiage upon o small a glri, to which ha answered in
a very unconcerned manner that an eama lo tha
room where he waa working, In Flaer ally, and that
having no bustnse there, he put her out, Ue de.
nled having committed aa nsreult, and said ha would
not hurt such a uttls glri.
The evidence, however, which oould hav barn
brought against him waa such that thera oould bo
no doubt hut that ha was guilty of th crime aa
charged. The Judge stated that tb beet and only
thing that could be done was to Mud him to tha
Uouaejof Refug for JxweniUdellnquinta. He wsa
accordingly eentesced to that Institution.
Tb nam of th youthful offender 1 CcAalM
Oanea.
Janes Pmaw was convicted of petit larceny, hav
lng bean Indicted for the higher oflvmos, and there
upon sentenced to the Penitentiary lor sia month.
Tiik IxnrrxrifPEivT DcxocaATto Mora.
enrT. Tbe Independent DemoeratV City Conven
tion met at Uouisa's Three-Mile Uouae, on Fulton
Avenue, yesterday atemoon, for tha purpose of nom
inating Juetteea of the Peace and Members of Assero
blv. Inonucalttontoths reirulaf Democratic ticket.
Coh EoacKD Fowias waa chosen Cbairmaa, and,
Casnmaa VoLxaaa, Secretary. After calling th
list of Delegate, a ballot waa entered Into for Justine
of tbe Peace of tha Third District, which resulted in
la nomination of Jambs Ltbam, by th foilowlna;
vole i
Jaxra Lnwe , ,, 14
F B. Cfnin , 14
The nemlnetloa was declared unanimous, wheel 4
discussion arose aa to th propriety of nomtnatlnaj
oandldsiee for Justices of the 4th and 6th districts,
whh h resulted In no decided action at that ttssa.
Tbe following Aeeembly.nnmintioua ware mad I
1st district ianaxw X.Mrvia.
Sd " Jaaaa R. Dan Vaoreno.
d, 4th aad tth district, no candidal agreed
upon.
6th district Joan LntsilT.
Tth " Alkx. UsaaToa.
Adjourned, to meet en call of tha Chair,
Kcvo CotniTT Court CALUDAa., Oct. 11.
Nna.lv 10, M,w SO, SI, $3, (4, IS, M, 17, SS, Sv.
40,45,4,,60. t-v-v-v -I
BaooaLTK Cnr CooaT Cai.kjtdar. 9ns
II, 14, i tt, it, ti, to, ST, SO, SI, S4, IS, S4, IS, It,
41, 4i, 10, 43, 45,
A Valcabls Clock Bich DtooTmr.
About a month ago an auctioneer named Wa Lit
via, doing buianeea at 8J Fulton street, tn sstllng a
quantity of old furniture, old an old dock to anoth
er auctioneer, named Towssbkp, doing buatneas in
Mvrtle avenue, for fiftv oenta. Tha aiuok remained
to Towasaan' store until about a week ago, when
a. aoia it lor ten aouere to a man wno rastetea in rui
il-
tan avenue, who, on taking It home, dlaonvered ths
atseklnz alaas which waa tn the beck of the eloc
waa cracked. Ua took it out with tha intention ol
Laving a new one put In, when to hla astonishment
be dlsoovered notes of the Bank of England behind
It amounting to about S.0C0. It 1 aaid tbat tb
heirs of the eetete ta whloh the olook origlnaUy be
longed Intend tn commenc an action for tha recov
ery of th money.
He Third lage far farther If awa.
Mm. Wiwslow's Soonrraxs Bmr.
Mrs. WIRaLOW, an cxperisoead none aa4 Fesl
rhyslatan, bee a Soothing grraa for Chllaraa testklag
which grastly faeilltaUs tha process at Taethlna, bf
aftenlng th gams, rcdaeing all lnnanuaalaM I will
allay aUpaln, and Is sura t regulae th bewakt, D.
pend apon lt,Metaers, tt wm sire rsst ta rearaelrt
and relief and health to year Infanta, Parfestly aa(
Lnsll esses. Sold everywhere. Prtae only ts Mots
bottle,
ttaroiB'a Vo. JSawrno llAcum..
.9108
mj.to nv, a --wib. wuual,.HiiH,iMi,a Oa
Family Sealn Machines. JSaalTS
Hammhxg Oasaea reduced t U.. 4
tot all mannfartorlng aeu-peee Bi anas' fvrg
ere attheal any rival la the market.
L M, UrlQa A Co, No ena Broadway, n. t;
Ha Xno Fulloa st, fxreoktral
BatAlX Cbaiok. Half Drana abv Tid
eta be had et Th Bow Ofllea, ta Five DtSar tasksass
and Three Cent ateer la Three Dai r faekaasa, Citr
auir reeelrea.
UriftyCentreOs.
ItAanT's Taioormactr
Is the Bret and Ihe'pt-et aitleie for Veatfae. B Wftt-
Ivloe, t jisatns, Cnr tne, Prrvts -ad
thelislr. Laeieetrvlt g-Mby llDru
aa aeeteraaf
itwvs.
Li iXR'a LcwK-SiTruxt
BnUTTLK 8EVVIMI UaCHINBA,
.ml ta anv la tha etareat.
Prlisa-. VrfiO and aowaeoa
Uuicea,Hsiwoanaar ejas nsi
Oo nT Alt. HrAst-lii) aii wrrtaas to-
Fiik. the tbri'lips mnial erama el iur or Tiia
Irl-mic." at RasncVb stliaSTM. Il Is taachUily saaa
tifgL Tw comic ataaat this artaiaova.
Pniiv-HouM.trAL, ExAknitaTioira, ronrriM
out ths talents, d'As snd iiroptr awrsulk are 1 1 real
aaur. tt
FOWLEB A WELLS. ZM Bread asy,
Fiiklk S. I.toh's Srwiiso MacirnrB.
etur9
vrrarrauteo: ta ilve hetier sat afaeuoa thea any
at athinct la thie luatk t, ar innney refumled.
N.B. I'aioa KuiVcan o W. Ne. 6oJ tUaali
GENERAL NOTICES.
II Ida way frlata-Taa BI a aal dlaCrt
bution of th.Kiav P Ires will be rua.'e beta
Nrw Ysik Scei-tr for ! rreniuVI-ai ef lanaeatvaa
sroeni etilnrtil cbllorva tills alia tiwe, st I a'-le-a
lb D-h-xls unurck lUsr. U. B. Ita's), la Sulu
vaaahiv FrincesC tl
DaJl.ya flaaUal fata Eatraatar.
WHiOltlt. J. WRIQUT W ,
bavins tba, .ac-lu iva etral V-5',l If.
DAII.rVt) MaOlOsL PAIN KXTnACTOB,
haw atal lUhael lb rollealDf ples of eale wbara e
a t li le mav be ear) la any qu-aeltv, at a u.lf v seals
cf reins J. "Iliiilir Ov- 4 "vaedaer, eew
Y-rk. 1' A th' t'baities st., New Or
r Orleans. Te be, had
fck
also, at 01 Barclay it., New Yolk.
netlway Pula . OwtMl.artaa. --,
yrmof ionumeraWeevlue, be Its lew bat laaiaiae
.B,U,hBbuiuhtmsny ina e'em.iirs sr.vs Tea
stlluHadalilnad sa eff-etlve raJf l lb ajya
meuleiss. Maaalactovy, to Maiden Lena, N. I . IM
A Tenwreiaaea tlaetaaa wi I aw aaae
(TrtAar, avaalna. a lire B-eery, aetai
o'eloea, wilt Inune in, adsr.sses aaS si
all. mi help Ml an tba fan, ft' neaBail
alaa. Cama
a
ler r tbe Itpi.wieta i.ri ' -"--U.
IIUKITrPres. J. 8. lULLS. Sea. PeUs eas
from IN iTt P.M. m
n.. m
BATED
esaaat area awa; j-a aia lev ar i a
tetimrla Inriassf Yew aaaa ear tha
B-.ateaeaiiatokaplDasaaa4 eaaith
rood te yimr awa e.laL a astaa te.
ZBLL'a Teaiseraaas Peaera. Waa.
"wtCsiaad,! cVataslveaU
FnoH
orAae 41 Th'-w etreaO
rTre
ntjmi
avanua. itoetcc as ai
oat (rami a.
aad 0 1 tt e'toek.
at
jamsm a. eoorcat,
COaCslSelONKat OF DaMDw.
MBW YOnX"aV OtTirjB.
Venn, J IL Jirt avo; BilwarJ II .tabe, ten, tea- irwi
Jhthrub Robert Graei$M Oharh afihe Ba
teaer, tkr . Be . .V J Fraat. $c, a "trtl r aw a
aooe sas ef Ltls , $1
PaaisaFirsiwTbraPeTVeastni.Mr HaalaaB.
tl Miaa B MsIHe. eft; FneaSala Oxford. Y, $ I
"V. Dr. CoI rr e.llltuees, tlek ktev. Dr ?.
Fvaa oa Si aa rwrn-aira
C TtVataraaah sakvs Dyer. $14
af laaaa, W J U Mar
L rf llaiaaalal.
atTs$lSLa
I 'SawsaTt. J,
' !?!!....
'
aekaoa Wi far Irni rat
Lu lb. Ut Of Kiortf,
s-w
sco h nert in, rytra.
Tw. raauta aul Kaaaaileaua ".
wluaeMaitvkotloa oa Fi'd.r avaareg. Oe retfa
!- T st half aa.t ssv o'clock, at , tb. -aaJaa, Uejaw,
1K W ilium sTta elect rVeUeaUa U tea vtrksiCar
reatleoe. la airSai.eaalth, and yarmaai tolke ar-
au- Aisi rfcareh for Deal Itwtea AaLavew.
leelameiua t.r lb year beslaala; OeJ. L 1WJ i
JJ tSt ,& St, llenvnS Chorea- thr wik Ks. Ihs.
TynaTawi" I Hie. HemcfUa FUa, I at l J Ca Caaaas.
eV Pliay, Ol) 1 1 h-la- Parteaa, $00, J, Baase,
er -biianei-hia 11a, Mr. Aroma aa """ -aw
M wlMjav.wWo B. Cn.naoea ta, aaraar-,
Ilostn,$': Mrs. ft-tawe, $, wre JJTi
Alet.n. $', lib U QrVfV,jri V. $?&
laashfreaa saaWI
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