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TUESDAY MORNIKO, OCTOnKB tS, 1859. ' T CnllferaM .V TiW CBlonuil-ritTBlbjrlb BilUfl hT much It say aboat tha lata fatal Joel, an i lfl'cioodemnatlon of dstlling In general, but Arratl-tdenponca tb batb-roui node of the tuSit, w find tn their cotntnnt accounts of ahooeingand nir affrtm wMct, show how lit t1 mtn regard Brfl printlp'ai wheu trelr pat- ilone ar aroosed. A iorintit hat been m mence d In Pea Frarclic. --vi.e object ef erect Ing monument U) tha 'if Sena-or llA.r ricb, and, committee to tMiCt ajb-crlptlnnt T .'. TtmeJ In sM I principal couutlo la, liMUm . th 8(t. t -- TU other sobjeJ tJc'1 ? - " "v lenUaaM" or eountrtmetryin ; Parifli 'Anj.j ar the Sen Juan Island ''i.p,,.,, the Pacific UlroJ rerrrl, t'j, cnrnmnolcet.on -with tba Fa', aiv lh nn.jn.ftory ,' of ilMrs-ti' 7, Californlana are deeply r'n,J1!d tgrnrt ttt Mormon, and soma re '.At murdcrt committed by the Mormon hre .notnted thetr exa.pere Ion. ,n Ca'ifurnltn detlra lb MtrmlrtUn of the Mormon "rebe'a and win" and itroniriy condemn the pawlm poller of Hot. Commiio. Tbey seem to re Rtrd the Murmtn at nrora formidable olittac'e to the establishment if overland communlcji tlona than all the Indian trlba. Al regarda the Dan Jnan dispute, the Califur tUiif, u troll at the people of Oregon, support the actloa of (Jeter! Hahsst, and eipresi ferreat hope that the fulled S'atet Oovern mrnt will Irmly mtlntalc l title to the Island. The Diamond Wedding Aaaln. Tint rumor that a hostile correspondence btd pawed between LUnt. Wauiotoji A. Hart- .ETT-lh. father o the .Mn,c l rtcnu marrUd to SeOOT OtIF.hu and Mr. F.iimCSD L STaiMJ. the author of aoma aaVUkal vertea , . ,, , . i. . ,i. u pen the courtship and marriage, bad, tlouga open Inacctrra'e, aome foundation. Mr. Bartrit, m If to ahow how fo'illah a fond father mty be, when hi parental fo.llDj are woundeil, at owel hi Indignation, upon teeing the veite, to Ret the better of hU dlKre'lon, and wTot to Mr. Stkdmah a note, which wat delivered by a friend, Mr. F. C. Arum, Inqulrlou If he wu the anthor ef the verree, and If he wa retpontl Ue for thetr publication. Mr. Stkdmam prompt' ly replied In the afBimatlrt. Mr. BAaTLarr wrote another note In reply to Mr. STOMA, declartog tht "poem'' at Intuit log; to hlmtelf and fa oily, and "a c;roa libel," for which he demanded "prompt and adequate .atlafactlon." lhe noleconcluJed thutt "My Hand, Mr. F. C. Auami, I fully authorized to act for ma, and waitt npon you with thlt note.' Aoeompaaying thli note wat the fo.lowlng ex traordinary document which Mr. SraUMAN wat asked to tign I I, KrMVn C. SrtTwaii, of New York, baring a.1 niltvd to WaauikMUK A. Tairtnr, b.a a iwr my neor October IV In.lanl, that -1 am the ln V. anmaji referred to In your hl) letter, anl tue ulbor of a poem called fie Diamond Wdding, tiublUhed la yesterday' Tribuui, (tttn Otolwrm sUot,) de hereby deelaie that I publicly recall aald inm fruwi clieulatlon, aril hereby forbid lu reinb IicatioD, diclxtng thataad rMm, la all that mate to Mr. and Mre Basnirr, and Mr. c Uriin, aud hie bride, to be an entire ivlTeraiun of the aetl of the case, and utterly unwmthy to hare betn wiltteu or lubllebed by ue at any time or place, and much more of perttra whom 1 do not know pereonally, and who have not In any manner oouductvd. thtruaolTtl eralattd by me In that poem. "I Uurefure makt thl public recantallun of aatd poem, and aiogUe ti Ca4aln Psitlbtt end Seuor neoviBnoaMl thvlr familieefurall ahuelooeto them, and to toe pubJio for haring wiltten aovt pubiiahed aald poem." Mr. Stbdman refused lo tlgn this apology, and replied in a note, In which ha defended hit '"poem," and concluded thus t "Were II n the wrong, you hare plaoed It out of my powerlvi offer aroenda. Let me, howerer, dle tiatdy aajhat In no ent oou'd 1 here rrtracted what aeiD. to nie and to other a hum mm, not uncallid-for crltioiemiin one of tbe pnnoipat pibtie em.te ot thedsy. My friend, Mr. A- C J In.' 1 1 au thortard to art lor me. and will wait upon Mr. K. C Asui with thl bote." So far thing looked warlike, but either Mr. IUrti.kit never Intended to pial to the tvuoEte, or he tudletily changeJ hit mind and re solved to resjicct the lawt of hit country. Upon receiving Mr. Etidma!)' cond note, he In formed hit "friend," Mr. ArAM, that he would appeal to the law j and, further, that at Mr. S. wat not hit (Mr. ll.')eiiual socially, be could not consent t wet him. Mr. llitui, Mr. Stedmax'h ftlend, thut lelatet the nj'piol of thlt very ludicrout affair i Mt. Imii railed and Informed ma that Mr. TUrt- UTf bad decided to proaicute for liol, aud that be (Abaua) hadto'dblm be cojl I haveuotb'ng to do with tl, matttr. Mr. Abaus a i gar lua a not from Mr. IlatTim to Mr, Biti-mir," which, up in J erueal, 1 fount to contain a throat of li-al or i. ion. coupled with what t renvd -t a r. ,.r. mat tnat to my fnamt. 1 themlu.e d 0.mel tyi d ivr thalettnr to Mr. trtl.Mii,, and return d It to Mr. lLatmaiT, with a unto, to which 1 1 ild b m taat, an I waa not Mr. Btkiim.,,' Uirftl hi.i.. .t ..i., ... le the brarer of a perana luult lo him, I dwiliued to de iver the tote, aud that a.uc Mr. anta, tul.nrmut nt be waa no U-iirbt acting aa hla fib-nd In tbe mat ter, aofar aa a hiatVIa niartlne waa en oernnd. 1 IikI Mother way irf m tnmg huu u4 any daWrintnaUon than to eddraaa hlui pi-ranally. To thl IMe 1 rrOflvMt nun u reply fnim wti rtlBT LXTT, la which lie denltd having tuvlted Mr. 8rn nasi to a b4ile merting, a.d clo-ed aa follow! i I tand ot my right and the law." That are the eimple fa.U of the eaan, ami the tbe whole affair may be aummod up a follow i Mr. Dunrrr ehailengt Mr, 8riuaa uoieet he ign a degrading ji.l gv tnd aa anon at Mr. Btauisii refpare toaNilotue, baika out of b' cbal iange, and comaw'nore irgal proceeding uud r plea that Mr. Brum 4 I mt hi aocial fue' a prrMtt aa falae a it I diahob.'rhlc one whicn, even If it waie not falar, hi wrnt tui far to art up, when he reoig&iEed Mr BTanMaa'avquaUty by ooiumouoluga botUli) oorriiiuiidtiuue. Italian I'lrray, The Florence correrpondent of the I .on Jon 7ite givoa the followiOK portrtit thnLKh It looks more like a caricature of the Italian clergy t The JtilUn priest ft a very dlfTi'rvnt bolng from the roea wearing the earn cloth In France and (Imat Brltala. kou do net And lre the marble bruwa, tho pale eguar facta, the ernou iHiunSt-naucea. whion haisnt Frrnrii oouuiwloiial and MiJnit. Italy gar birth tonoFaal on, uoHoeacavaor Xavnta. Out of 100 Italian i uu'eftlaatKW )ou haidly Hud ou wbo I anything elae than a l'Joy pneat." Humane and chaiitahle Ihry fn0litif art,riiablaof aiuliitti4 and even bei4a dev. turn to their flok, by fiu and start, tu tlnieofpreat calamtttre, hut thlr normal extst-uee la ena ot batiitoal inooluuee aivt Imlitleanoe, of ellly Inanity and J.icu ar trlvietty. In the town they was haunt, re of corker ra r aud dingy ep-rthe-Carles? eoepe. la theooubtry tuey are ollen BMrta merj, bowl and card p eyera, alway high Uvera, deep drlbkera, aud eve u noisy ca'oiutnie A lerryman who knnwa the way of th wprld I above all ibtngt an iioua to arcure tbe reputation of a uPrtti itUl Upjt." He never dlagulnea bis thorougn eontem)t for the tegular or mone-Alo clergv, and pro fs a unaffected an imination o' Jesul'tim. II eourta itf,eianty by bit laxity, and knua a that prui teut will flock to hi oonf, aaloual la prnpottloa a be makta hluiwlf kuown for a plrit lal director daUa ninlti Uera, "with the broet eleeve," vti., reedy to twel o ue camels, and lhe gnate bs of the ttunete who kneel at hit f.rt lu kbowt that If be 1 Dot too blue la the aduituutratma ot stl'itusl Jaw people will not U in eaiier to pry Into 'hi d rasetli arraogetmota will bot l. k int.. ih mnuth of tile bouaeiueld or boaMkerimrto know whether ah be 18 or 84, and that the. will pat hla mil "nephew'o" chubby clothe, either with no r-tnarks, or ouly with a nod and a wink, ai.d a lj "'ililpm oirerorwintuitinrpoEr iaepivwtiaitaiyisam.i without exoeptioti, a man of tin hooka The oita-al 1 hla Koran, tt oi.ly volume be Care, aud often it able, te read. On year eohonling 1 ulfitleut to turn aplotigblKiy Into a more "luaae pnest." Not oneluabubdrea oltrgymeo In Italy la nt to add re two woid to bit eobgrgatioi, even In tbe ooar et xiatefs. It k a n ligum vt duuibehow and wBltperet trajera auy liluodnr lu tb pruoit'a Latin I drowned 1 th -al of theortan. Jia'y ha pnaluced but tew preacheia, and tbiae only of the Gavsui etyla eiuiuii-iaaibuei,itiitbeuefrry or aairoiung !" and tie actlm. of a mount, bauk. Thl r Ware Ftttr ma to ' aacetio Uiibi.iip.. ." ,K"y re lb wora or uaaaoai and Psiuc. ,. m .-. pltJ,.,,i. ,. I eaued by i AixmUo, wtu b.iet.,k hu vocation. GENERAL, INTELLIGENCE. X London letlar rajti An txiraordlaary ataUmant It In circulation respecting Dcsra's "Pilgiim'i Prograet," which it neither inorj not ' lata than that thlt celebrated woik wat not writ- taa br Jtni Bonrui. but that th entire t'ory r", "osouciait.ovcrslailstsi thei T.u iT:.0"'sis.tii b-sbiiha, Wl CT..'rV.'! - Po.e, Ti ouly Xs rnada up from, an ancient JW. Mitt Cathi yiB ItABElXA CoaT hat published a transla tion, ftom tie French MS. In th XirftUh Ma aeum1oftha"Pjlgrnug.o the S-iwl," br 0. 1 Unuavitxx, a churchman, who flourlah edkUi fifteenth century. A tiaOalatlou rftU original work vu printed by Casio In ll.1, nttd tcnTAa's "iTgTima froicr! It ld to 1 nearly a Tctbattra cop if thlt extremely rr book, EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. Artlrnl ef tk Oreta Qaeeae r- One Day Later Intelligence. nllw sir. ",k ''!." . " - K ..,4. .. . " y -rpe1 TfT p'nno w oiim- n M.?: ?-"tied a-. ...i,V. Ti. - n,l r.r. nf ,.' -"B 4 do n4 b.Ouu U a i.f r(tt.n, 1J r. ' hirfl rmnhrr largo on boen,) were elmon! lb huf of Mr Mioj tb Ute Am-lrn Mint Util r;'f, rrl"d at IUr hf rallr !, u I m neivnl l Mr. Hanrra, h Aimtrlcan Cmiul, The mortI truiJUof Mr. M en aoooriW4 bjr Mr Ciynt anrl Mr. WiLani, nMmiarlm of the Lat'rn. Th faml t of h rlroravd arnto.1 la the ami train. Tb Ud will be asiil i the Arao. rnrna. Tlielxrdm rfmnhta new from China to the loih AiifftiHt. Tlia IViho and the flrand Canal are IiIk ka1io br tl IlrtiMh ai.d French ahlini f war. Admiral Uar I In a precarioue ttte, and will Darn in r it invaurea. The A mrrtc an Milliliter watill nfot'aUng abo"it pinwdli Ktr-Vta. Ciiimj Kio Ktn, the crl-bratcd loader of tVl'flii, ha both killed by bui own pe pie. The I,atrl The I,ndin Timtt of tlie 13th publtahM the M. loving tell gram I in trticn onnrntxrta. Zirtc, Oct. 11 Tie Oirnfnrcaci do not draw to a clneo. AnMrla Mill rw to d niniah the amnuiit of tht ditt of Imitrrlf to lie torw bj Bardiala. The ilrnianil of Austria arrnntoilj roaUt d by Parr liila, tint do n t motive the upp tr or Franca, which ha fneiM,l to Austria and Fied-nnt ti mil, imt therhfpnt d poiiit to the armtration aiother ir-r, iho ftuDwnr n brwn reobina to tui iiroiHie- rn, rf. U -Urn,, rao, ld f ro llo. at. that llllrien, the r.-, will har au lntaiie " ' ' oe R'ng or npM it m awaiteit lliat III II illncM w. prulo-.g bin l at ra.iei Ooudollo ou aoojuut of the ajiUtioii roLoing In R nie. Jtnmr, Ott. I After lhe departure of the Tope a d'tniemlratvin took placa lu h n r of tt hardinian Amtiasaaoor, end aviowd of v nibira, eitltiaCvt at ln.1,00, called and left their Card th Ainhawa dor'a realdeiioe. Tbe t rench aerdarmne lueaerted order, but the affect of the de-nontratirai waa iito- 1 .u.. A fl. 1..., ha a . U. ..... tll I .. tf I u-l M a l-e UBIII, ' fcal e.1 kbi a ! ! ., ni4 tr-morrow, when It I ein cted another ellent d rbopstratlon will take plaoa. lama, Oel. 11 J i-tire la being don for th murder or Connt Aeviri. Tb lilotabir Fiaiii r. nvi d here yeaterdy. Tb town 1 urrnunrle I by M -Jriirse aid Tusiwn troos. The nrtoclp-J pereon wbo had been llnpllcat-d In th aaaaaaloaUon, who had been Imnriaonsd during th pravlau night, wvll be submitted to the tribunal. Arrest cntlau to tak place A pnclarjiahrm, aarrre but eonolllatory, from the Dictator, baa been posted up. Tht town I tranquil. TUX ItBT. Martfillf, Oct. 11. Advice from Cflwitantlnopt tare In en motived to tbesd Inst. Additional dle oovriioe have Imen n.ade concerning the conspiracy, and It In aaeerted that Incendiary tnechlnee bare l-ren dlaoovered which were drstinid to burn the Funipten quarter of the town. The Ambeasadie had held duliberat on to what measure should be reeommendad for pub'lc aa'ety. Two of the c.wjilratora brought befi re tbe Sultaa proclaimed boldly the puollo wronge they oonsilred to redreee, and aceuatd the government of waeteful etrevegano of which th people and tbe army were the vk-tima. Tbe Grand isler had tindered hi resignation, but It rie-l been refused, evident dla enelou nlgned among the mlulstry. and the fact nfa dliwolurJon aoemrd Inevlta'il. On year's pay la now due to th troop In Asia and th Koumella. A new loan had been contracted under very heavy cnditlon. Tbe Emperor of Bunla would arTivt at Odesea on thelTUtlneti Th emigration of th fjrcaaslana bad beenme anorrroua. Tbe Mal'a newepaper slats Uiet oene of fanatl eisra were enacti don the occmIoo of tbe obnequle of the Bey of Tuol. Th Moors aseai'ed and atoied the Jews, woimdlog many of them, om mortally. Some Christiana were also wounded. A Minl-terof the new lley came to the rescue, striking aud k Hiing with hla sabre aoeie ef tie culprit ou th jt, and caused thirty of the MuaMlmans to be arrested. Ti anquititv now prevail 7 oris, Oct. 12 Utters received from Madrid state that Ue Rmiieror of Morocco had ratlftnd the ar rangement coaoernlag the frontier line of WilUla, and bad expressed hlsreadiuees to give to Spain all the sal'a.-tfon abe demanisd. The tifHs contains a dispatch, from MarsoHles, stating that au Knvoy i.f the Biltan btd arrived at Aleaandila, brarlbg an order to the Viceroy of Frypt to nptcee the rontmuation of the w ark on th Sue Canal. Th Furttgn Cmeul bad luimodlately as eembled. CALIFORNIA AFFAIRS Arrival of the Baltic Nearly Two Millions lu Specie. The Nottb. .'.'.iMl0 Sleamshln Comnanv'a steamer Itatio, t'apt. O User, lait Asp.u esUI Ootuhu isth for New York, and arrived last evening. The Keltic brings ToT pass, ngers and $1 R71 HM TJ In trtaauie, which l-fa Ban Francisoo on tbe O ilden Uata, Ca t. K J. Wihtimi, Outoher Mb, uitslug tbe luu to New York lu IV dss aud 7 hours. Tli vaod rblit steamer Vol to 1 ft dan Francisco samo tune a tue (1 " iU" with tue l'. S ma Js lor New Yoik, which wu! '-"" due here on the 30th. The I'auillu Mall 8u-aiuhli Oornv'a stetoitr tli4den Aire left Acsinilco foi 8sn Franolscr oh Hun. day, Ikt. Vth, wlUl LiiUt. Oen. Boott and Uite.S AU well on board. Tl.eU. B trigate Koani.ke, Flag OIBoer Modus at, left Aspluwall lo, (ire)town uu tbe luoruitiK of Use lltn Inst. Tim, C. B. ali-uf war I'i- ble W tt.AapLu. esmnusnioniiiiK ie sua iota. Tbe U. 8. store amp suuai waa si u semuiilug at Asplnwall. iswi ui rnniuis nisnaiss, Udt. IVtn, Nuaa A- iMitv, aged tu y, era. lor 1 sie 1 tbe latest dates, we are Indebted to II J. Hun st, Ftp, Purser of th llaltic, aud to V ALL, F Atuo 01 Co. Cipross, niiittt t.ist or nit iTXivinir stiTio. AmirUan V Hank If 4 I'll MelroeollUn Bssk. TT 4T a ususi 11. Iiuun . I'H'ssi Niiniadter tro. .7. M 7.M llsker-k siL.reill. 1ft ISMl M l f Ha U. Mskar J TIN J. . Newtei'st Ce HtmesAFsrk.,. , tms.lrvr PutchlrAII-o. . HissiVuhn I'neleu .... ' I ".'"I 1 e SO 11-1 I IISI Se 110.1 (J-nioy it ii'Oon.or IU iss) J f strict at an s use n s.r SUV ... IUISIM K Fatrlck .. ..... 744l Itvieit,, Moicitjm m Y oletnan Ato.. rj'.lsl t). 11 CLniaiioss ... DISH II. (John A Co r.lsi J. U tteshlll a. Co. I .HUN lhiuiau.aih0.liiau A C". ... (H5-K V. i. Ksseubum M v sv.ei I. a, K.b-rt lomi. nonets llllanis. 10 in I t. Kiea A lira -. 11 Iwlil IHthaiuiA l. ...tjrt e nut- Heb 1m A Hoe, teleonsr Ou en nnn riss 1 eiula tii'rsi .t R,mi IU K.ed 4 . 1WH -V. B-llemBt.S Si lie l-l mu . Kiusttlu Ilr(,, Mnll r p luscr 01 tx, I reerrsu at Co 4 II 0 Sell lie lip . -I .toll Hi lU'iJ ttrsi l,n a Ue 4lillll N. II Full -. ll'.VSI I'safle. McJsnill A J tjoii-niith A Co. Wm Ujh a Co. A HsrcyAO. w. iieuer A Uo. lliisil Co (VI 010 ill V TresJeeUA Co ... II.issl r. t S'lTO-uise a Cornell. 1. on ITNSIIA.K llieet. ., , T.lltl T J Hand A Co., r-rnarllre. 6l -I .11 nines A llrawa .7 1 N r.r,o co.eisiirfl W. f. eljCo....l.MI'io K. 8. Wade 4tT J. B. Wlu lhr b. Crane 8.(liiil MT. H lluseerm Ua- 100 t.r Itlssl Jst sun, llonrl A Ue. W.msi. J Hrllt Sis.... IH.4011I h. aeir Uo iiuissi Kirbr. liriueauo. .iimo, A low 11. o, .. t.Uli U. W. Mess, user A M. t-Obeearris ... Xs) OeoTD. Itlplsy A Co. too Oe 3 KPl . eurs 11 Aa- aus. 14 OS Total. ..lSU.Ml uvts rsois tut lorrs. Tbs San Francisoo Bulletin ot th Aih publishes the follow Lbgueaa 1 Tbe steamer Northerner arrived here nn Saturday, from lhe Noith, biiuging peiera Irum Olymiia and Klrl'aoooiu, W. T , to the 3d, from V lit iris, V. I., ii the ITth, aud from I'oitlaiid, Oregon, to tht 13d Ei4eiuber, tATstT rami tan ni islasd. Tht British Cuionfsf, of 80th September, tayi: Th thauuer Ca e-U nia, Capt. llfii'mix, loft here esteiday, with a oouaidtiable number of our cltt reus, on an exoure.cn to San Juan. On hsr arriral, I'sl'i K llrnus, Jt , Deputy Collector or In,iector ufCUeimia, caa.e onboard aud lufortnsd Ceut. II. tl-atniltherttrtesiirranor fnlgbt were alloatd 10 isuu eic.it tne vessel bad a penult man tbsouetoui turns at Fort To ausent. tlh c.iusiu-a.tly can to auihor lustssd of g.sng up 1 1 the wharf. A boat owing a ungate, the passengers entered It, ant weut ashore witbuut Irate. Tuey were In'ormed that It would o-erl..kjl Uils time, but If r-eated the laws wou'd lie euforesM n-.rus degree of regret was manifested by tbe army officer aud Mr. Vans- bi, meg eiia-e, ai me oocuirsuce. nut tbers is no doubt the authuiluie are dttermtued to Insult aud outiageour rlgttt thievery extent In their poesr. Truly, tbey beve good rras n to believe they may do tt witb Impunity, wtu w reflect on th course our Government has pursued. II may, howsver, tie tbo wisest courts to I rt ar for tbe present II it noth ing abort of the entire rt muval wf every Yeukeesol dler In m th island, and tb rrm ival of lluuus aud Haaair from tbtar posltious, and aa ample ap ilogy for drlnrw away our fisher ten, an I st 'pptug our veaaei from landing, abould b Inwsted on. A not oe I noefed up 00 the wharf that the reve. una laweof lbs I'rj'Kd Ikatreerelnfoios In a'l tu I a. da reel of Canal de Haroi and that proiwrtyor vtast la lauding will be seised aad oouilsi.ated, If th law is not complied with. a ,... . mm et. we have net teemed, landed hen ii.ii.h.sU liquor tiiere. Th veaaei aad It ware scludaLdeoufisoated, and th party nd . and . vai a inile-leiHUiiieua. l.t Martial bas beea in session all the pa4 k tnlug IJ.ut. llowaau and Mr. Wataass, But t ir of ('. ii ., i) vth Uifautry, It has uot yst ad- rijtnrd. -c"rreeindrbt I! the SteDaooom lltraU of loth "-peiiile-r, says 1 r..."'. ". mskbig fort.ficfction and entrench mtuta. to tuebit us vi I old . ur awtt.ea ecalnat a at- 5. iKfc SE. u J-bu Hull hat at thu part of the world. The town it city ot Sao Juan, which oobslsteJ, whsu ws arrived, el on tent, now en tains tome ten or tutsan buildings, oousjWig a nvim, wv-iaai u-.vi.ii.g-, tto, ti u trtsiy wco. drflil lot tt 1 cTTftcTthe AmeHeen peiple If It town shnu'4 eoiit.no to grow at fast fur three O'ontl ao route. It will, nn LniMavIIv. ha the lareeet my In Washington Tert'tiry. Ewrythlng It rvdrt I Isra, with the exception of some roedylsss, which Is ? IKiriietwa py tie onior.ts or tne pivii taw w great t menptltnfe. Teie Is rrr-m ror many splendid farm upon this Island, yet te b taken. UTxa ro raasnt aivia. Tbe Hudson Titf eowony's Bteamer nearer rrited at Vk ria no the I4tb 8-iitemher, from New Wettmli eter. Tl.e Victoila (lalttti sa-si-ghe brought e snoall amount 0' g.ild dust and 1 pa-aerv-grr. Mont of th lathe were miners on tLelr r. t rrn lo California lly thl arrival, the repi-n ,t the ctisn viryof an aurlfemu quart vein in the bid a fenon oisienr-j oai a fa riTS nnfm It C'mfl rifled, t'si'aoi .Isnau't cornny (K) 4th l.,autrv, er- riren at Pfci aw.ern on Fndav Imt, from Vansoirrer. M-fot Ktt-.ii.'s Irftttiry, from Ball Lake, ha ar. rlvid at Fort Halls, ard I n-f comfortably n eoonsed tUrtla for the winter. rtou reiaiQtji, Tlie Pat tmt Star ha dale from- ChlrViul to th-r th nwa it not of materia! Interest, tht bssvy ralna atill Intetferli g wft, the prngreaa of d'gglng or pmepictiig. A few f .rrign-j iemil at the gu. vcas, end alt) otigh ah e to work lent a couple of hours rleilv, set s-Ui taking out some gcj L The d fhculty let seen the digger and the Prefect, In rrgard tn d rglng 1 n lanrlt of the latter at lit. rju.t, had been arrangid, lis Pr-fect giving written et mission towmfc ttvare free of taxation. B-r-ral I aitlra had gone tip, but the majority found the exercle o the plikaa and ahovai rather arduous, and em n returned t the town of David. A Mr. FmrsoA. nf Davlrl, bas rar-mtly taken Jrit batheolr)firf IM, and a trtyfmni Dnega, of frsirnen.to k out three bundled dol'ars' wortn of gold Inthteedatsi buttle rain eonimenoia del y ehrutnrtin, and will rontlnne to nnfll laiosmber, so ti at at (.rtsebt the olggtrs have litve chance. no raavasL aMtaioa. later dates had Waa received at Panama fro-a the Otitial AiusrtcanBtatca, but the news La unlninnr tat t. The Convention Wtw-en fluarema'a and Great Tr'tain, relailve to the boundary uf tbe British estah llsl n.ebt la Hotiduas waa ratified aud einhangod by tbe Minister ' Forelga AITel's, and tfr Usti. In erargeof 11 II M ' ligation In the.olty of Ouatema. la, on the 12th of 8eptnibT The difficulty Ut-ernthe British Government and lb iiOutae, reaamlug the Uaseii lis l affair, remalu tibarijiiMeH, Ununuiaa aea"rtmg that Mr. O. reoeir. d bo iiiji ne fir which rei-sratlon ahou'd be msvls. Fug and tbtralins measuree of force. In loata Ki a, all la ipdut under the new Qo-ern-mbL orni Attnioa. Tbe South Ameih-anrewa Is of the ueiial charao ter -?ons4rarf and revoiutV)iiay movements oon tinning to disturb ti e publle peaee. reri bad pre Iarid n expertltlot ary forre of toon men, oatrusT 'y agaii st luarlr r, bi t It destination was tie lleved tn be Boll-la. A schema to Intnaliiee tti COll Irish emlgrante, (adu'te,) ha received tlie sanction of tlie I'eruv'an (hvirnrnent The eoi. yianta are to receive land la on iwiboa of th esibUC The Nowb by Telegraph. Mtintit TtUirraph OJRct; iV. O "fat! tfratf, and A tier lloute, main crKranet. Ureal FIrr In N. Orleana Itwt 9130.000. iVrw OUru, 0.1. 21 The Magazine street market, and fair aooaree adWnnlng, were buraod last night. The lost Is estimated at $1(0.000. Another American Trewrl Fired Into. Union, A 119. 26. Capt. Ilonrot, of tbe ship Arlington, of llallowel', rtpottetbat while i-vseing tbe HtraiU of (llbraltar, a tblrtr-two und shot, frtil by tlie Spaniard at Tartfa. paeaed entirely thiougntha ship, striking Just uwier the main chan nel on the starboard able. Capt. U. will rert the facta foimally to tbe tovernment. Front tVttablag-lott. ll'atimgttm, Oct. 21 Commlslrner of Isditn Affaire, (leaewwoois haa returned to the city a'ter six week's alwenoe, during which time he has made arrangetoeett for treaties with the Sac aid Foxea of the Miaamelpi-I, and with tb Ka Indlaut nf Kansas. tie visited iirsrly all th Indian tnbealn Kansaa and Nebraska. Ue exreaM gratlloehoiTat th result of his numerous InUrvtSwa with ttisin, and aays that heyar inaiout to adopt the punnlta of civJised life, as they can no longer deieod upon the chase. TU t become th policy of the gov.rsansnt. A numbtr of tbe pers brought from tbe Insur gents' ramp at Harper's Ferry, and ln"ponaelon of tbe Ooverninent, will be published In the Constttu I ion to-morrow. Some of tbera art signed Jone gam. In th hand writing of on of ttwsm of OsaawaTouix Dxuwh, and endoraed la that of the latter. Tbe document show that the company ex tended throughout a nrtlon of Nsw York, Olio and New England, ana in tome towne n renasyivame. . One letter save 1 "Our bands, o tar, are earning forward, probably l-stter than I expected, as we have called on them." The reiiere glee th niunb-r of p'ekaxi s, shovel and aitlolc of personal CKuf.rt, together with tlie toll for the eame, while others ask for money, eVo. KB. S , of C moord, N. II , sub scribes $60. There Is a letter of tlie date Oct 1st, In which the writer state that he was la Asatahula count r, and met with eotne uct-eaa. l.ir old frlanrl, J. It O ," he 1 a) a, "took stock to th amount of three dollars." rVnl'cr Kare. Boston, Oct. 21. The thsmphn Scullers Ra gatta took place at 10 u'clotk thla mornings distance three mills. JueucaWaan, of Newburg, N Y., trak the first in Ire, c nslstlng of two hundred do lara, and flags. Tunas Don a, nf Boston, the sec nd, of one I iibdred dollars. And Tuouss Daw, of New Yolk, the thlid, ol fatty dollar. Tlrae, 3:1; IS It, 14.11. The CarlWe PrUoner. Cmlule. ra.. df. 24. A woman who " a ..r. is. i ill wiaxtm beraelf t a aisUr, arrived hare this morning, and bad au (nteivlew w-tu th, nu,B ta cutM "' Rlje ias he is uot Coox. The pilsonrr will bare a bearlngto-uionow. lie asaurta that he has uot been at llsrpoi's Fcny. Fnnrrnl or Urn. Hobt. P. Hunlnp. I'm (land, Oct. 21 Tho funeral of tbe Hon. FoukstP. Dual artook pace at Brum-rick today. Tbefuoeiai irirsslon was vrry liurMwing, lua ud'ug do'egatlon from Masonic bodie from vanoua iitt of U.e BUte, Front Ztlealco. AVie OrUomt, Oct. 24. The tteamer Artiftnt, fr.su llraioa uu the luth, hat arrived bei with tl 00O in specie. Iu'kiira, vh em rncimpsii si hio uremia, witn -MmsB. Th Indiana weie joining bin. Mr. tllddlnaa and traaawnlonile Drswn, PhitudcliM, Oct. 21. J. It. MiDntviit pub lid.es a card, d f.hdlng himself from Baowe's lu. aluustl 41 to piled by his rcfiuul to answer a qu-atkm lucouversaifon with BcnabT Msson and others as it wh, tber he had Ineo nnisult d about ths Virgluia expeoitmn. H pnuioiiiice this attempt to as sniI I hn dish iiiorabla, and deulea haviu beea con euitod. Igal t'ounecl for Jehu Ilrorrn, Jliutuu, Oct St. A pri poeluon it now befjrt th aU4itionieta of Won ester to raise money by con. till'iitiou, for the puris.ee of obtaining countol for Oeaaaovsuls llsows, at bis coming trial. Itev. T. W. Hiuuiasoit a. ts as treasurer. I.oreinollvr KxploMlnie .Five Persona Killed, ScTun'on, I'a , A-f. 21. Tbe locomotive Vir gibla, bulonglng to the Delawaie A Lacsawana K.K rsplislrd In the yard bre thla artornuon. Koutsr Smwru., the engineer, Wu Daowa, the fireman, Mr. Bwsari.aiHttwui-.nrr, who baiueaareunknowa, wetekLled. Tbe engtue la a complete wrick. Tne oaueeot tlie etpluaiuu waa a too great pressor of ataam. tlrrnt Indian Battle, Xtv Orleans, Oct. 21. Galveston advices of the luth Instant, state that tht yellow fever had not abend. The Dalle IcralJ publlnhee a rumor that Ms'or Van IVieN had et'aikod tbe Indiana on Concha titer, and that in tbe flaht he lost foity men, while vti hundred of the Indians were killed. The Mlsadaedppl Central Italtroad. Augusta, Ca., (M. 21. A privatt loiter from the President of the Mieelsjtppt Oeutral BaUruad, ttsUd Holly Bin logs, loth lust., ears that only twea-ty-three miUe i-T road remslu unfinished, that the tiack Isbelug laid fniru tesm ends, aad tnal it will be emniiltitcd by the last of December, Sentence of n Murderer, ffevart, Oct. 21. Patrick Mapd. con vktod of the murder of hi sister, was this noon si uti-nced I y J uus Oo nxa to b hung on Thursday, January Nil, between 10 and 1 o'clock. International Cricket Match. Rochester, Oct. 24 The cricket match wat continued II Is afternoon. Th weather was sh rwery, Tbe Eniclek Listen scored 111. The Ainenran Twepty-Two on their etcoitd. laningt soured 10, with in wlcktt it go down Tbetels some talk of th English Elsven p'aytng the Kochoeter Ilaae Hall Club. Tney will practise to morrow, anr mo email matcn is ounoiuueo. AntUltrnt Convenlloa. A lornie. Oct. 24 1 he lsndhuldera of the Third JudliMlikstilcthild a Convrutlon In thlsoltyto. llav Delenatra wsts In attendauoa from tV4uusbia, Sublvan, lister, Ureeue, Albany, ouhohana and Ileuaselaer tout lias, tbaolutiona and an address were ecoitod. demaincing Juige las llsaaia, aud advising tbs Antl-Uenters to v. As fur Uurct W, Ptuuun fur Supicm Court Juilg. N. V, Independence (Isarda. AatooVuaia, Oct 24. Tb Independence Guards of Nw Voik arrived hers this afternoai, at w ere leoelted by th National Uuard to th num ber of 14", txiKading th baud. CITY NEWS. rounoAi.. The Tammany Hall Commtttoe, aprstntedtomakt anaugtmeuts for a grand Rattfl cation Meetacg, at tbe old Wig wtm, met but even ing aud dlsotuaed among other matters, th best t ma fur holding th mooting, A. It wat thought if it v aa held about a weak, heqre election dsy It would bar the bast effect. Among the prominent Democrats who have already promised to attend and apeak, art lion. Dakuo. I. Picanteoa, end lion. .Lwam Tbo-ajm, Th 6th Senatorial fiapnbllcan ConvttlUon net a third Dm last night, at tb Rep-ibllcaa headioar tet, and at a late boor bad not yet tat-! t a nomina tion. AbrAt 100 votings wert had, miking a total of about 100 vote In an thai meeting. Tht Con vention la laboring under tht nnp'ea-antresa of a dead lock, belrg equally divided between tht Iln. OeoBntOrr.rttand'WassnaoToii lam. The Sixth Senatorial District Tammtfly Con veotuTa, met last night for the purpose of ntlng on tbatpectar! dejlnatlon of Senator Scss'.t nf the nr-fi,u.ai, but ad'riroed for one week without transacting any bnalnees, Tun lruMieui CxecatrraComml'teeof thlt city mt la-t ererrmg and decided U get op a mass ratification meeting. The time ha not yet been deetdrd ii, but In expected lobe thl evening. Tbty aoslutid th matter of the registration of the Oertnan voters. T11 a Third American AtneaMy Convention BKt. at Bt. JisSn' Park Hotel, last evening, and ap. p luttd a or mtaittee to cotter with the Republic uu, end adjourned. Tiir American AtsemUy Cerrventlon of the Stttb IHstrlrt, lat even-ng endireed Jms Con era roan th "Tw pie's Vandldste" for member of As sembly. Tub Mammoth IUixooh. Mr. GihitatT and Professor Iaws are maVIng ertenslre preparation ft r the Inflation of tt e Mama dh K illoea, at the Re srvilr grrsind, or site of the late Crystal Pa'ace. The rtalloon, when inflated, will meeaere from ip to S4tom, Jol f, tnd 1W feet In dlaawter. A large nueberof workmen are burl'y engaged In dig4lng trenches for tie gas tdr-ra to feed the meter from the main pipe In 6th ave-iue and 41st at-cet Two of th (spaa will bettnsbe in diameter, and tht third 4 inchta. The prr ononectlnj tbe rootr enl Hs'loon will I ten Incbe la dlamr tar. Tb gal en voi part of the Dallooa weighs two tuns and aha'f, aad the rojie u-d a'li'it It a mrttlag and other wise, beore cut, wat alio'it 10 mile In length. The proceas of Inflation wilt commence on Wed nesday, when a crance will be given the cudou t esaroliielt. At prenent It 1 safely stowed awsy un der the large clreua tent of Sinus, Lxat t Oi, and pieereitt nothing to tlie view but a large obi mg pile of oil ookired mualln. VTben ervnp'ete, the balloon wilt start on it tranaatlantio voyage, under th direc tion of Tt4. Lowa, who I sanguine of eoc srnplishlog aeafeoue. The baekst part will aooismraodatt aoven persons eselly, and It is understood that member of the press will be Invited lo go on the Intended voy-age- WiMrtrno or Worth aud Ould STRFtrrt. Tb Aldsrmanle Committee on streets, hell a meeting yrsteidsy afternoon to consider the project of wtdea, lng and extending Worth aad Ila iter streets, through 0 Chatham Square. Councilman Lxirr, Ex-Alder-msnlssAoO. Daaxxa, Ricnaao S. Satrrux, aud others, spok In opposition to the roeanire. O. A. C. Van ncam and others spoks in fsvor of th project, asserting that it would be for tbe benefit of the city to tear down th old shanties which atood In the way of tht itenalon. Considerable further discussion was bad, and tbe mestlng finally adjourned without aooompllahlng anything. Salr or FaorRRrr fob Tax Arrears. A tela of property for unpaid teres aad Croton Water tots, began yesterday morning at the Governor's Room, la the City He.L The sale Includes a long Pet of property In tb middle and tower Wards of tht oily. A second sale on the 14th proximo, wij lake la the arrears of tho upper Wards) and there ater, an annual ra'e of three year' arrears will be msd in each JCV, by which tht accounts of tat and Croton Water lattsl arrearage wCl be kept with tht exactness legally required. Wu. B. Drjxt acted aa a'lctioneer, and though th number of bidder wat small th ea'ea were rather spirited. A large number of owner of property In c'uded in tlie list, hating come forward at the last moment and paid their arrears, the amount of prop erty dlriicaed of was not very large. OlRMAH CoRDWArtJp ArMOCIATlOT. Th d'rroen shoemakers bars formed aa association kcown by the above name, which met laetevening, Its objects are the adoption of measures ameliorating the condition of those following their trade. They allege the waget paid, f I to $9, too meagre for then to live on, BM propose to establish a shoemakers Intelligence Office, wltLin a week's time. Tsey la tent to, or have already fonned a connection with the French shoemaker and American anti-Prison Labor Association. Visit ok a Mil itart Compart to PaiiA-stii-iiiA Indiiudenoe Ouard, formerly Company 0 la th now disbanded Twelfth Regiment, started, yisttrday morning, on a visit to Philadelphia, under oommand of Capt. Hotli. Tbey numbered muskets, and wire pre coded by the N-e .... -. Yard band of to p'-tcet and three drummers. Th late (i anpaay D if the earns regiment, numbering M muskets, aerved as their eaoort under cominaud uf Capt, Oiri w xll. On thetr arrival la the Quaker City they will be received by the National Outrd, and, after seeing the elephant as exhibited in that locality, wilt return to this city on Wsdnasdsy afternoon. a- a a mm a a a, -" Cmr- Mortamtt. TnC number of deaths la till city for the week ending October 11, was 391). Males, 109 1 feo-alia, 1ST I coloied pel!... T. The prti!clil duwaaea were apoplexy, fit bronchitis, 4 I rauer, 6 1 cholera tnfaatum, 10 1 onngeat on of biain and lungs, SO consumption, TJ bifau.Ve ootiTulshsis, 13 1 croup, 11 1 debiity, 4 I dtarrhuea,' b 1 dropsy, 11 1 damtrry, 0 Urtm, 31 1 heart dis ease, Biboiptug omgh, 8 1 inflammatloia, 41 1 marasmus, 14 ialsy, 4 I trethlna, 4 I deaths front csuses ni4 dejieudeiit on climate or eeasim, 11 1 stll born, 15. Of these were sged under 1 yesr, 81 1 1 tol,4.ltiB,31 B till), 13 1 iniiIS,J, Uto 1", 9 1 10 to Sit. 11 1 125 tt 30, 1( 1 30 to 40, ey 1 4 1 to f)0, 31 1 M bi CO, II , 61 U To, 11 1 TO to M, 10 1 80 it i0, 4 1 unknown, 1. Nettie uf the 1'aited Stal-a, tlT 1 Ire'and, m 1 Oennany, 14 1 England, 4 Sent land, 4 1 llodand, 1 1 rruasia, Belgium, Francs' Saltrerlaad, and West Indlce, on each uukuoen, 1. CunRRCTioR. lb report of th thlp Rtchtl, ail. ore ou tlie West Ilauk, having gone t) pieces Incol red. Tb thlp 'ay wit b hsr head t- th north wa.d, aud la sg round aft ouly, aud will ootns off on ths high tides of this week. It tv. IIictaT Ward IIkeihir delivered hit lecture on " lUrgaln Makers," al the Cooper lostl tile, last evening. The ball was crowdet to Its ut miet caps liy, aud very many were unable to gut seats. The lecturer waa cbaracttrlsUo, and fully mat the xxtatiuo of th audience. aqnnats, AocddanU, fco. CoROitcx BrRtRMRB held an Inquest on Mon day, upon Utanody of Ja. B. Avaav, a ftresnaaon loard tn atramboet Oaprey, lyln f at pier N a 1 1 N. R., who died fnsm aa ovaniwe uf leudaaum. II ap Kara that bs took tbs drug for the iruoHe of re vlnff lain, but ewehowad ao muih of it that it eausem uis oeata. Tbe Jury rendered a terdct of ailJanum " Daoesseil u Death from an overdrew of lauJanum " waa a nauva 01 norwion, cv, m year of are. The eame Coroner best an luquest at th Mew Yort llotUtal, up. n the body of Man Doiairr, a uatlve of Ireland, 40 years isf age, whs died fro n the ebTiirtsof bums reomvid by h r clothes estcning Are fnan a stovs. Deorased wat an app au t candy veuder, and tej t a stand on tbe onrner of vVeat and tpnng street a Verdict, " Aooldsutal death.1 Cot oner Jaiemak held an tnauestat theS. Y. Hospital, upon tne body uf Mr. Joasni Cbasa, a geLtleuan TO yiara of age, who reeldtd at 11 D aeok er street. The deceaaed, it appears, on last Rmra day aftemoi-n, trblie pa-aing along Broaiway, accl- deuiaiiy rau mu ne area 01 aoa-a no. nan, aud was so severely Injured that dsath ensued on Suadsy night. Ths Jury rendered a verdict ef " accidental death.- CotontrScHiRMVsheld an Inqiett upon tht body of Out, Coast lata a firauiaa on board the steamboat Wratol setsr, wh wat found drowned near pier No II, N. R. Deceased bed been miasiug tuarlv a week, and te euppoeo t to have fallen over- b ard in the night time. II wat a i-atlv of thla oountry and to years of age. Vsrdlot H found drowned.'' roUoa tataUlf anM. Jto, Aiuoiui Grand Larctrt. A grl, named Jtnis Lsvurr wat asrested on Monday avrn rj, charged with stesllig about f PM wo th of Jewelry from a bureau draaer. In the house uf Mr. Joua FosTta, ivo. IT Sullivan at. Tht ecousod ooaf.-ssud her guilt, leetoicd part of the property, and wat lockid up by Justice Kru.T to ace ur. LiORAJtD Au.br, a boy, 14 yean of aire, wat arrested, orsarged with stealing a watch from th house of ixaaar Cureiea, Ni. TI Uouston st,snd sel log tbe eame to Acotjtv F-s-Txautr, wha, a'ao, was arresteil, charged with Uloulouely receiving stuieo goods. Tne aooused were taken before Joa tlce STssts,wki locked up tbe boy for trial, and held th alleged receiver In tBOO ball, to answer, ALLRORDQAMBLBtABRBaTBO. JOHBlURir, a bearding houtw keeper, was arre'tsd ysetsrday afternoon on eosaplaint of a Oerman naveil Joaasi-eaaQt-., who ehe-gee Usaa wtta baring Induced blm to play at earda, and taking $10 from Elm tn th Oiieratloo. II also alleges that he engaged board with Uaaa for ft pee weak, and we afterwards compelled to pay 3, llus wat Uld for xamlaa- At-trotn ItiotrwAr Borrrrt. K man named Tun Onrxens, eonflned h the Crtv prwna 00 a eharg of larceny, wee ra Monday brotignt be fore Justice Cowaoi lv, charged with ee-Jag about was ks sgoyla oo-npany with two ether jnen, aesal t ed Taoast MnOoseinz, a reerllent of Stesaferd, Ot while be was paeaing through tbe Five FiAuta, and while one of them felled blm to tbe paveesengby a bhew opon th head with a slung shot, ths otoer robbed hlra of a wal'et containing t0. Tbe robbers then Bed, and ti us fsr, Oiunni Is ths rrnly ooe ar rested. II was yeeterdsr confronted wHth M.-i'na-ox, who pofUvely uiettlfled Sim as on of Ijeroo btrs Unxasrrt aa locked up for trial. ALtCORII 1 118 rRITRCltl. ElRA S. MAB ttrn, a sloe i-tler, of 0.h'. N. Y , was arrested and brought la rore th City Ha 1 Police Court yester day, ru enrepialnt of Widl A CnaisTia, lei. 3n Govt lent street, who alk ge that h procure! good of them U the value of $711 74, stating Hist be wat do ing a good tuftiie-K, and as w-rh oensuteraVe j roaetty. which statement they now allege was t-rt-nemis. Msnmaawaa eemmlttedte th Tosubt by Aldirrrsn llssi.v. 5w Yorr, Oc'obef 21, l5!.-r IrV Khtor e TAs . . ritin t In ymr Issue of this date, in P'vltg the clrcunutancos of the stabbing of Mr. Ift on H. Fisslxt, you irroneously ttate that the affei rtrotc p'aoe in a low (rrogsery. The facts of the rase are that the parties were quarr Ping In Id Avenue, In th 'eet, having revn out of the grog Rry, when Mr Kl.sstv (a private watohman) Inter tered te aeparate V m, aatd one of thenl drew a knife and inflicted a set ere wound upon him. Your, TaUrm. naarrl at Afderwien. At a meeting of the Hoard, last wwanlnir, AH. StnsisTprtantr. a resolution that th Uariora S R Comway bilireittj to eonat-uct a luhs-an-tal bnrlge over their read al T0U atnet, under direct! u of lhe Slrvt I Corun. lee. oner Adopted Ft tltKit an re presented U have Ontrt Mt'ket repahed 1 alee a remrnst-aeee against tbe VForth street evtetialon frrra Hatter to Chathan Siuare. Preset ted hy Aid. Ssaftsitr. Aid. II001 s presented a rewa'itlon to Inrrease the salary of the Water Purvevor, from l h0 1 1 JJ fOO per annum and wanted ttlxirl over, under the rile. Aid Paom, hojel tbe pener wnu'd be referred. Titer no need of hnrrylng It paper, If th Water Puiveyov was entitled to m-e salary. There ws a niaait,on ii rush itthnnth by a party Tot. Thl ie was ot poena tn, altlionab a Democrat. He first war id to brer ammthlngof tue Water Purveyor duties from the Crotm Dne-d. That IViard was now Ikeninrre'Jctwo being Demor-ats aud one opts nl m. Frran ttievn he erpettedeesndtdop'nion sehether it was neeeeaary to rales Mr. R.1,u't ae'e It was beM rha fTmer Water Purveyers hat large srqul tite i I' en, larger sa'erie were useless. A'J. fltwxT opoa-sl ttem the ssme grounds. After a riohete, the reisolotlfin was laid over. The Mevor e-eit In a meaasge vetoaag the report aau reeoli.tlon to pare with Belgian -avement 4th avraue, from I Tlh to Wd street. Alaw a veti aanst tbe pevlng of 14th street, from Id to letxtngtoa are nsie. Ordered printed. A resolution waa adopted directing the Street Com-rnl-elonrr to remove a utikn fliaU near th barge l.fiiee, font of Whitehall street, A n-soliitlrm waa atopted reqiMstlng the Counsel to tbe Corporation it report hit opinion at to the powers vesidtn the ComnirnOowrteU to appoint In epertore of Klsctlon and District Canvasser for the various dltr.vta. The B. ssrd. after aoma roA.Ua busitess. adioumed to Thursday. Desud wf roaaeUaswex, Th Board mat on Monday afternoon, Mr. Coansij. In tlis Chslr. A preioeal to pave Second Avenue, from 44th t 1st etrett, with lvlgiau Mrement, waa referred to the Street Committee. The City Inspector waa requested te report, at tb next meeting, why he has nut advertised tor th re moval of the ulght soil. Tue Croton Aqueduct Deputment waa directed to haseall thepumisln the city put in proper repair forthwith, Tbe Hoard eoneurred In directing the Second Ave nue Rallr-svl Company te have their rails, between 41th and (1st etre. te, removed from the ourb to ths centre of the street. Tbe Mayor sent In a communication, vetoelng the resolutions to sell under one lease, the Fulton, South, liaml ton Avenue, Catharine and Wall street fee. rat a, at pubJio auction for ten years, from May 1st, Ths vi to of ths Mstot to ths resolutions annulling the lease nf the Peck Slip and Grand atnet ferries to Wllllemeburgh, to MtsataoLa and others, was ea led up, and a report In favor of adhering to the former action of the Boat d, notwithstanding ths Mayor's ob jections, waa adopted. Adjourned to Thursday. LEOAts KKV0KTS-M0MDAY, Cetntnen Plena. Hack jTsrw f the Common OouncilEdieani Smith et. (As Mayor, dr. This wat an appeal from the Judgment of ths Court below. The plaintiff brought bis action to recover $411 M, for carriage hire. Incurred by divers members of the Common Council, alleged to be In the neoeeaary per formance of thetr official duties. On ths trial beiow, the plaintiff was noosuittd, on the ground, princi pally, that the Oanmon Council were not authorised to ruah e contracts for such supplies. The nlalbtlfl tiroved the netformanoe nf the work claimed firthat it was done at the request of many o- tbe " iiemorauio" wno were examined, and teeu fled that tbe carriages were necessary for tnem In tbe terfonnence nf their official duttee at members of various committee 1 and, la two cases, to enable them to atvud meetings of tb Board, tbey being sick. Thop'atutitT a so showed that tu the appro priation bd a were divers provlslius for the ooutaa 5rbt expenees of the Commou Council, and that '" er those provisions a serine of such bin ' v pald. Ue a'so showed roeel"- e nad been nion Council, t-,an) out of tht Com. TheO t-" , -or the payment of hit bill. -eilt. nowever. h.M h,s .k, .. ..- e. I i7.h?'r1kG',:t"c,0'hrwi,'liaa by tb provls I .iU ?l"'"ri and could not mmtrnet by ree.au- aM,w Me uuieiTut ixsarua. luepiainiia waa snore fore uob-eiutad, and he now epieala, taking the op posite ground from the opinion of the Court below. Noprewie Court. Wm. n. Ludlow is Cuwrt. Thomas Mjney and another re. t.trit Ludlov, Jr., and rVm. It. Lui-low- This was an action on a prombwory note tor tl.COo 11, roads by Exrs Ludlow, payable to the ex Speaker, WiJlaui II. Ludmw, aud by him en did In blanc The note wat mad In Slay, ISM, and waa ysble in May, 1-M. Tba oou p alut alkgea that the note was delivered to the plaintiffs tor a valuable oouaidaratioti, and tnattluy were tbe lawful holders thereof. Tbs aus ser of the defendants, at psxately made, state that tbe plaintiffs are rot the real owners of ths liite 1 that they bare pieweaeion of It with ait coa tinirattn, and. that oue C U. Castle Is tu real owner t that the defendant, Earn Lualow, bscaute eo.1ansea.o In businese lu l3a, aud mala a com Kwtti deed with the creditors, C"tl loo tided, by -bh h h waa to have until April, ISort, tu pay lua rletrva. In annual luetalmtnta 1 that, by that eotlrie Itlon deed they are not liable on the note until the explratkin of the time atlpended. Decision reserved. Divorces. Julia Sakorsht ts. Frederick Chas. .nf - Judgmeul of divorce granted. The tames In tbiecaae msy strike the reader aa singular to be parties to a divorce esse the wife uot b leg is tbe seme name of tbe husbani, from whom aha la ntvorced. Thla la eiJalned by the eteteuieut tliat the pertiee are Poles, lu whose oountry it Is n-it custeuary for tbe wife tu take the name of her huo babd alter marriage, aud that as our lawt tolerate tuob iiisblnal re atsius, wbeu tbe pertiee are married according at the laws uf t'slr own oouutry, Mrs. Paul baa always rrtualued JuJa Bakoreka, uot 1th atandins her tuertlege. Hajdiilena llauhach r. Lmsis Ifaubach. JudguHbt ot lvoioe granted. Superior Court. An Fjectment butt. Isaac .V. Stoddtrd ts. Samuel Hatt in. The defendant In this actloa Is tbs distinguish! d physician uf ths city, who recently hsd bis nsms chaiigtU, by act of tbs Is-glel iture, from 8amuul Httton to Samuel Rottrn Percy. The case Is on app al 1 1 the Qriieral Term. The ej cunent was brought to recover a bouse and lot in Eighteenth street, and the c mplslnt allege that the plaintiff wasaeis.dof the premises in fee, on or ah ait the third day of September, 1164, and In possession then is that the delenrlaut has ubtalned possession, and unlswfully withholds it from the UluUIT. Tbe dvreiieabt alleges tliat hs beoams In posses sion of tbo preoiasee by virtue of amoitgage, tho terms whereof are bn ken, and claim the right to the premise by reason of such forfeitura, Tbe cats waa referred, and the referee reported in favor of the plaintiff, whereupon the dofeudant appealed, which appeal was now argued. Decision resected. Oyer auad Terminer. Tht Votie r, Qutmbo Appo. Upon the open ing o thia Court, Justice K.swSVSC d Iveted a lengthy opinion, denying a new trial In the caasef tbe prlaouer, bidding that the C eirt had no pywer to Interfere after sentence, Tbe Court, however, Inti mated that, bad tlie prteoner'e case been better at teuded te. h might have fared better. BROOKLYN. Democratic Mass MR-rmo. Ths Democ racy of ths rity and county held a mass msrtlng la tbe City UsJl Fait, last night, for ths purpow of oouCrmlng tho Regular noailaatlons of too party. Bisxcnes were made ny uon. joua uoraaaM m n. x , lion. IL A. Mooaa, Hon. Faaaoia B. BrtaoLs, Tnoa. A Oaaiiwsa, Fj , lusoruiics C, Csiuc vr, Esq , and others. Beeolutiuns endoislng the National ad ministration, and eoiflrailng the regiuar county nomibaUtu.a wort adopted. Considerable nthuai asm preval ed. Broorltn Common CotrHciL Uorb Rail-. nnana The B ard he'd a regular meeting last night, Alderman KsLaritisou in the ohalr. Tue Railroad ft mmittee, tu whom waa re'erred the p tlboa of K. B LiTourirui end ohere for permttjio 1 to ley rails on oeitam streets and run cars th-reon. npnrtsd la tamr of the adi pttoa nf ths foilovrlog recilutioa 1 That ths City Clerk be hereby directed to alvertlta for prepneala, la acoordano with an act relative 1 1 tbe eurporetlun 1 f railroads In cities, pasted April 4, 11M, for the prlvilegt of laying down traokt aud using cars drtwn ny horsis, on the following streets and aveuuwu Furniso street, bom Water street to AtlanrM street, Atlantic strtat to Flatbush avenue, lower etreet, La'syette, lad'ord and Gate avenues to tbs Broad, way lailu ad 1 Montague street, fnan th Wall street ferry to Furman street alaoonntk avenue through HI street to tbe etty kne. ... .1 Tb condltloo appended un that tht company assuuis all daa.sge tor accidents, A to 00m plate tie mad within two jears-tb pavament to bs kept tn thoruugh repair anow not to be thrown out side the track to Issue and exohaigs trantfer tlcksts from on road to another, over any aad all roada whera they may connect irre spective of owneral.lp, Childnia going tu er from school shaJ be obarged three ceuta, latent under thre years to ride gratis. Th eulject wu laid over fur Is o weeks. Tht Bahrnad Ciatuulltee alto report la favor ef granting privilege to Jau-t M. Wavaa aosv aisd others, to establish a railroad la Oread street, to run from the leiry slung the whole Una of (tig ttreut, pe-erel ameodmcnU war laaorted, which, In tffcH, ktHed thtroeavnre, aid t reyiort was lost by a Tots of 1 ayta lo I nay. Ths Cl'v Mea suree submitted a ttsterrent to th aittntinl of bond Usiudfor tr coeetrocton of tht water works, of which the following la a recauttulat en 1 Amount of Bonds Issued , titM.OCO Cash teoilved by tht Ctry for e-ot of nond ...,$ITdJ.1X3T1 Breads In hand of City Treasurer .', HJ.0O9C0 TVsida sold by Naaaai Water Vn. j ,lor to ji, , 1 ,, J3.e00.00 1 ns (aid to Wxutt A Co, -a acoeunt of e-ntra.. , , , t3l ton M Lmes on ss'e if Bonds., ,, 41AC010 ... m. .. - 4..100000 Aid. rATTrw offered his reslrtettna as ehalnnaa of Hi Water Committee, and asna-Bberof the ere cial ormmlttee sppnuited tonnferwuh th Water Qsumlesh nera r ativ to th matter ef dnTwawee batwern the Coraml-stooert and th ctty, Tb res ignation was accepted. The ScrriT or RitwrwooD Water. There la stll a suffJc cut rr)ply is water in the Ridgewood Iteerrrmr, nwitbeanding the atnnpage of ths tiumtang engine, to last one week at lea-t, and for a longer time, nnleae m rreat conflagration shou d oc cur Ui ths meantime. It was Xctet thaktbe Com mon Cnincll would take action on toe matter in die- Cite retween the edy aad Water Commle-anr-jre, st night, but th sub.crt was not brrsigLt up, WILLIAMSBUROR yATAoArrinrirrf.--r'0f0Dtr Sfnx Mil n ,nqtiawt yawptAjfjy, on Ui bvlf of on of CnKtrro-ruiiYoCT-w tvnidlnff t 1C MKHen "trvt, wbn ditNl fiora Ibeifrcttof Mnff Mdl Id ft kUU of 4t. II'n tTMeUtr wu wMolof PMrdr ftftnruonii, and Ihi Lttl boy fAytuj imi tbe ketil , ntien tl fell ui,M.i r-cjTKl to MTorv InJurW Uut k 0k ti Butifly tlfftit. Al-w-ion tlM IkkI of Iltmvv Attn, msnyd nl'tMaa yrfti, mho dlr) jfftterriay, kt W Oriad rtret, fiom fnlurW-i rtjMTffi by f'U HMirdf ftft-ntr.n. IU ft boro to fnM kT nut. In tb w.nnU itetr Nowtfj-ra. Il did ne f-ttirtt on urjf nl btt nd fftr tin tnttlnH f(r Lie tVtty. Bundsf aftTnnta h wm diMTtiftrwd try iknrua(fiinMtf tflnf blpWi nn1r ft cl t-tnul tTf In the wm-Ji, LftviB4 fft lea ft dltUnc) nf 80 ftt. He . tken hnmtk, where h llnireifxl In (tr ? mtil jMtertUy murnlDg. VerdjoU vt ftccMriat-M 0Pftrn were rviuterva. NtmcADK or FrRRiAon. -Tb Lrniff Mtnil Kerry CopnyhnTe drtorNtlntvl tn Incrf ti4r rtfre fur fiiol t,MOfter on ftitd 'r tbe flmt of N V'lruUra frf m inT to twoornta. Tbey fladtbUthe iiii rrtt fmre dore tw4 py thrtn ftttd bftlteve that Die iul.t will ur'n tcm with their new bovti ftiKl Uiirt4wd ftccommndaUrm ren ftt tb prttwnt rmtc. JERSEY CITY. Moxt.FR at Ilcnsoa Cnr Tub Bssolt of a (iaMMiart AtrAin Arrist or tub al iroRD MraiirRKR. Yeaterday afternoon, an affrav occurred between a iwrty tum.el men, at a nhaaty bisiriling-house In Hudson City, n-ar ehaft No, a, which resulted tn tne murder of a man named jAMse l.nnrr, It la alleged, by the tnarding-bouwi k f per, Joan O'Donnsi L, who, h Is chaired, stabbed hhn withacaiving-kBlfevwbich penetrated the evt aad entend the brain, caoiring death in ahout tsreaty nuuiitee. 11 si peart mat u uoriNeu- sue aeeeaewl, LxiistT, and two others, vera engaged playing oards during ths afternoon, for liquor. 1 hey had a quart of lemen soda and a quart of liquor, wblsh was drank amongst th party. Atnait four o'cick, aa old tun a stranger came Into the shanty, aud made Inquiry after a-ane per son t he remained there awhl'e, and finally Mrs. O'DoirstLi. ordered him out, and not obey ing, she and bar husband ejooted blm LxiiasT, ths deceaeed, took Oafeone at this, and taking tha old man's part attacked O'Doasrau. and tore lua shirt. A tussle easueds when soms of ths boarders put Lrhxb out of .doors to prevent further difficulty. Deceased then procured two atones, burst In the door and attacked O'Dosaatx, when another scuffle ensutd, during which the latter was seen to have a large carving knife In hie hand. At thla time, Mrs. 0DoatLL waa between the two, when one of the men present alleg-ie that he aaw O Dohmbu. rssks a utust witn it. jjeceaseoj ran out or tne door, rot lowed by O'Dokksu, and fell to th ground, having received a ttsb in the right eye, tht blade uf the knife having penetrated two. inches Into tb brain aaualng death about twenty mlnutet artsrwarda Oenstable J suae Dowatuv bearing oflheooour. renca, wont to the bouse, and after a short search succeeded In finding O'DonntL, secreted under the floor. Ue waa accord. ngly arrested and Committed to jail to await Ue result o' tbs earner's Invtstlga tlon. Tb iriioner states thaths was attacked In his own bouse, and only acted tn self oVenee. Coroner Moxais proceeded to Hudson City last vcnlrg, and eummencrd sn lnvitgtloa, when the abtere fact were elicited. Th deceased boarded with 0'Doai,atdltapaars that heretofore they had been good friends O'DotnrxL Is represented aa being a temperate man, and the wltiiesses testified that he drank nothing stronger than ourdial or lemon syrup ysetrrdsy, while the deceaeed was quite intoxicated. One ef tne wltneeaes testified that when Ceceaaed went ipUethe bouse, he threatened to bare O'Doe will Ufa, aud that the attor received a cut o hla head, produced appareotlv by a stone. Tbe Investigation was adjourned until to-day, as ons of uewitatatsa, wno wat present at ins time, wss vr much Intoxicated to tlve bis tvldenoe. Decease- ' aslsglsmen, about 33 year of age. It 1 ne- .""" that ho has any friends In this count' y.( " u-owa Kapb Upoji A Lirr . r... CusisTornxaTattr. - "', A man named arrested yeste-s t .ciding nn tbs Plankroa.1, was raiit - ,av br ofAosr BannmoTON, on a war- .eeued br Recorder Bsnrotn. of Jsreev City, charging him with bavig, on Saturday night laat, cou.njltudarsie ujion a little girl Vi year of age, named Satan A. Baupiok. The little girl, wbo is euiphrt d sea servant In Ttsct 'a bouse, alleges that bs committed the olf-nce on two previous occasions. The accused was held for tnal. A warrant waa issued for tht arrest of AxtfA flu iru, in Jrttty City, jesterday afternoon, on a clergoof child murder. Mrs. WnisLow'g Soothoo Hnttr. If rs. W1NSLOW, an axaenteneed aorse and Ptosall PhysiaUn, bat a Hoothlng By rag for Children teethiag whloh greatly feetUttiea the yreoeas af Teething, by softening th gum, redeelug all Inflsmmstliw. wOl allay all yaln. and Is son t regulate ths bowsls. Bo. Bead upon it, Mctbara, It will tlve rest W yoartetrai and relief and health to your Infanta. Perfectly seat la all casts. Bold tveryeber, Prio only 18 aeon. Bison's So. J Strtmia Machott.... ..tlOfl Uset'tMo.llewtaglaaahliie. $M Paaally Sewing Mscklnss. $60 to ITS Hemming Dawes reduced te .,.,44 Per an maantaetortug surposw SoraRRn MAcanUM art wttheul any rival In tbe market. t, H. UMO-U. CO., It. 4M Broadway, M.T. l. IM Fulton tt., Brooklyn. Small Charge.-Halt Dates asd Don tea be jhtd at Tn Sn outre, la Five Do'lsr packages aalThsV Cent piece In Three Dollar Rsakages. Cm money only received. Pennies la Fifty Cent rorit. STATE FAIB ECALE FOR SALE. Ilsvlas received ths snry,or 1 lUIeTS CUTLLEO IKOa HLKlllaB AND F'Rlt PRH)F SAIKt, and l-rins sbo t to rente-re U03 iru,e will sell ate dl-ronnt 14 of HOWE'S IwPKllVltD SrAlsiiAKD H;A11S, which have been used la t-king FIB4T t.Ufb PkKMIl'Msat Ihodltr rerHaute Feirs, and wbleh aresssoodasaewieeetlog a lutle aaint bs Ins rubbed eO- FBANK. F. UuWtf. 111 Broad eay It. Y, CABFETtt I CARFBTlt I CAXTnatl Botlish Velvets. !.'. 1 Kollsh Bruseela. TBs , , One, per rare 1 Oil 0 oahs Ble to txle.j lirusf.as. MH , TV. resnostUofoilt'lothai HalfFrloe aHRatt AJ.DCiBOIi'8, lev Bowery. Bma of tne Qlian It sale. Two Ciiabmiro XTrERTaiiME.tTS at Dab ecu's Mceecu ts-day. In thsaflernren Otrvnr ths Dirriisi in ths evening, ths new co.11e.lr of Wu-U AaoWats, Kaielhmti laluriatir g Lester's LncE-8rrrc EBUTTLB BK1NU MA0UINK3. Fqnsi te any la ths market. PsMva S50 and new arris Offloca,aH3 Broadway aad 10 Bowery, BABBT! TBIOOPBRBODt It the lies and Cheapest artlele for nrsssrsw, Bean fylns, Cleenms, Our.lna, Preserving an4 Be-norl thsiXalr. IsvtiaattTtt. SoU hy allb-wawttts. Beautl- log Ftrelr cl Ltoh s Srwtro MaoBTSEa. Warranted ta give better aatiafactioa lhaa any other Machine In thla meek a, or money refunded. M. B-Fauis Kxnrjoxn to i&. No. 03 Breadvay, GENERAL NOTICE. IMPORTANT TU DYHPEPTICM. This meet Sse-aaelne dlseaea. aa well aa IhdioBS- tion. Hbsst Pi bn, rocb Stomsou, LlVKB U0V.et.AIMT, AiitniTV, ttiLUovaataa, Jscaoios, sbvss aan soca, Fauaia CuHrt-aiwra, lltamvawBaa, lias or Arra TlTS. Hxanaotis, Ourui. Uuuutt, As , As. el k w ever l.sns steuelag. stubborn er ebioite eearacter.saa fitd certain aad tera.aaai.leu-, and that tpeeoliy, by the use tf that wnueerfal of ens rs den, Tux OitornATXD rnrrua, PC-... .Tus OivosstTxo BiTTxaa. fSe'd he BtKnl A PAKK PVO. wKT.TB 00,. MeKrbSOa A UOBBIUS, flUHIBfrEUN, BIUW A CO.N.w York; aadby dealers cvsryeh-re. In City aad oountry, ocAliri'ltl The Acllte and Honorary Measbere ef Cat. araal (ntlneCe.1n.tra aotibed aa awatatthe Ba sins lleuss en WeOueeJ-) at It o' slock, tv att n I be fsnettl efThemastirke, deceased member. 13 order IL rl FOrrkltd, Fa-tuisn "siu" CUA5. MtOORknCg. Sett. nrlrst Oi Co. Colaiublaa Hair Dye Price fO cents For ssle abolnsaie and r stall at 44 S-uld Second tt, WU Umshurf a. Bay faty OngwrM, If year Beard won't STrasr It all rVei-B IK. a.a.-a.B..aea.Ba ta, eeoSr oa tks smoothest fa-e in sis weake freea theirst Btplicailon Free $1 . ,,r, trr nail ojes free eny ifik' where, B. Q. UUi tot .M.Y. 141 noDovenytB PlUa nad OkitsnentPclaa. This palatal si demie eooeUlet U rastdlr auNnsatad after a few trial of I be above tenses- a, U ns en la treSsffiiCUtfcA " & Annta ta tka PteU K. I. Snow MacUl TJatew. Ma. 4, will hold a puhlle Teopersuca Meeting MTrfwwir,)jsvwsIe,.sr7W areeetrTleT .werr, Xvrsssee by eWr RattrKNKHXnC FOtvS and IlKAt. Rlns'es Ir Mrs. MioON and Son. til Mr. VntH MACDONOUtiU. JUeitatlonbrUUietiiL GENERAL NOTICES. ,'l!I!!!..SJN '. O. O. Fe-TTsa !" a-TralLy1 tf14 " rjest reneated t at. tet d the meefna this evesilaa. aa tasla. ss ef Irar-A- LLRTON.M O4 K J- RICUMOND, Re. Sesy, A Natlrw t Inawerlere ar FJertt uj Cvta- vtw si a- lareeoxi t f Uteetteal awd Csmvasaaee etaetsere lelcfg arrni-ilfied to aepaer at tbe tleestr Oterk'e (rmce.Ne.lCitTHtU, tel.ke theeethef ZtnoTre. 1 a. red by I iw. Ir.syeee rtf Ktectici for fiiat eleeva iere nt F'errl a for me retualLleg VTtrda, ea SATTJk IAY, rat.lv ln. tenvaeee-s for first eleven Wards will atiadsw MdisDAY, O-l 1, Caavaasert f T Ir-malnles Wards e .IFFSDAY. Nte. t.l-C3, In-y-evtrs sal itswaa wiiiatvevte ea rstltteil.ues. s, eee 1 Cat esseers wul perestv the eeeee-ltr f sreraet a teudense at th sime me ant al,. ' - -' - - ' .Lw JIIIIK cLASIY. n-.ten-eetr. s U4Ta,Tk,SaAMensM Maswnle Keystone) lexlaw, C. D TTsa rsesnaers ef th above l.dte ere hereae swerstonad ea atterettbe reaalareeaiaunleat en eu Ta-sdsy evea-Ine.o-e. r at Muaa Loots roeea. at ll.vists-i st, VtlXUAM QUAIU Seety. Ik a UAVS, W. It. 9 Attentlea A eperlnl snertlag ef lhe Jaeneei 1-vini Oua d wllile held ttls.Tn.t1se -realas at If o'el'el! tt the s.ieeo ef Mr. LOoe M. jp-j s.remtt lYl'r"m', ." Caatsta, JOHB Mirc-tBU EOBT. UOOO. SetreUry. II Dioraaeit of tbe I.anga and Threat Per- enetwhe have found no beeefit frees the tteatv-evs) tiee bevel eew srt-r ere re-beafaMr tavlted teeaU oar. W VllNOSHKM'TH. M H, wbe h-s h-w very sueereerul iw cu-tpg hunrltede of eereens la this city, sn. rifles pteto-nre.1 ire rah'e and tlvewey torlks. ltd Bow" t",",' U !"" and threet o-ly. If yaw veewld reeleJa aataa lev-st one f eoea te-iekewt-sat ew4J del aneb. ry, aad have that saved one to. a- veer -,si anA naewte-Va nse HOOTOa 7.m.L'lSPOerijRsf REMcrnD KO.M A DI7AUARD'S URATE! r-r.ne iuhi ur UKUNRB't- ftWflt. Tbee mar ha snvisa la. ror-t er drink, aekre-ea te the yers-n title, there PeeksresH t.eriNo 11hlr4st,aeae4rk rntlee hoars freta I te an, a la a o'clock. eA4 nit YtTmt l Iks sue sf Coeakleg, Warerla. Bsik'ua and Karealng a' 4 matlaa t -re the luase arte th-t n-d e.A, sire a taekase or teeef a VTA'tra) COt Oil CANDY, wiUnrumly resvove the rs-esak4 ftt" nn all rie-i seam. Bold by ell 4 a-slewv SlKWAETaOt'.rlKtrea'Ist. Mlasjii' Untdtsln'e CUlhlng Eatnblkhtavrait. TUB LABORaFllI THB CITY. BatB by Wm. B Aaron, Pst , expreaaly for list boasaata 00, l AMD 11 BOWKBT. T"o largest assortment ot Fashlooabla Pali aad Win tar Cl thug el rvrrv variety, t.ste sod si tie overs. Irr A, eud will be sold ires than at any oahsr stere kt this eltr. " MTr) lived yearly br being of? rVeadwar. The best art! Is that eaa be had in the weaie are eoa eloyed in the Cuswmi and ottier d--penmeiU ef tKta rat-hla-hcoetit. LA UlKj), please rail an4 naarslaeaast tAUdlwa'lDesartnient. s tUTarVAiriAi JAMKrl O. COOPEK, COMMISSIONkT OP DBBBS. kbw yobx sum omtw DEATHS. AIXaTI-IaWmiamahne1h.Oet.a4tk, trevattiear. fecta ef e fall ef a tree 00 M ItH, Uawrr D, Allr- eon ot SsnfordB. Aiirtud-cessed, and Bllssrmk At-ly-t.fotmseiy of Orange CtN IT. lbs trlends and reiauvee sLiwisstsutfuUr tnvTssdla ttteed the funeral, this auessal anes-nenw, at B e-slork. trom the reel rl esse a al his yatsata. S3 Oraad tt, WUllsmsburih, 148 COONEY-Oa Ssearrlay ewnlns,lM Inet, efeene samttioe. Jenw s fjooney. la the and year ef his ace Th relative and trtsnas es tne taaeuv are ratwat rallr Invited tnatieud the funeral, this (rw-sdar w-rtnms. at 1CM o'clock, from kls lata residence, as Varlca st lit CLAVE-On Sualay. the Tld tnst , after a sheet in, nees, J teeph Clara, aaed 6t s eara Ills relativee and friends, and those ef bis son, Ostw nellus Ii. I'Uia, ei'IHn.1 and S. Duaaoeesh, are ireeistmuy lavited te attend hie funeral, tat fTpe-dayl sPeree.o, ,-rt. -rm. st 'H efeloek. stselsw. ly, from hU Use rsstdeoee, 19 ftleeck-r at, wlthewt ror thernotlr The services wul heat Tiialty tjka-eh. at 4PM. 11 CAEPENTT R-Oet. 14th. Cattartae miar1ete Car. mi peo'sr. enlv esuth-rr e O-otnaad Cathailas Car ' ..,,.., ,s e ,. V ,.m.i. a a s vuki.b,,, m reauie. ib-iuim aw, o eer The fneude esse fw-euvee es iks tsusuly, era rs-mmmm-laflr Invited ts attend ths for-erei. thi, (ruesvV.tTTr teraoon. -t I o'eloek. frore 81 Third st. U'nnAiZ will be taken to Evergreens fsr iulenaeut. 'tnTm' DOWLlNa-Oet Vd, Patrick Dewlt ... '. .etleatf Ue arty ef Kiikeeny, la the yih r,, i5v,, VSr m Omit iJlZfrJSPZ!? fterrnotntetta'eieeh. AfRronkl7raCl - " - "$? 4,D"'i'n-0, U' '-n Inst, Mr AblgaUTeST, aga FBAe-PR fa esiktsf BumlH. HI iiul. Jake tW. trjBgjaaSleaia. Thefpsadsefthsfamnr and th members of Teea lsr Lodge Nt mt F. A A. M, and tbs Fraternity la asoe-el, are rssteeeallv Invited te attend tks fansrai, wTneaAa aiterooiea. Aiblnat,ae I e'siuek.fntakle lets rreldeeee. ft West '7th ea UU remains will ws taken to Oreenwood Unmet, ry for interaent. tt ORACK-lnU.rUm.Oot. I'd, Perns Qraet, lath TUtta ter ot hiaase Tht relatltss and flissirls at tht kunfry are rsss isl fiiuj Invited te attessd use fooaia Una Tnesda,) aa. terooon. st t o'eloek eee-si nis lata reetnanea. F'-artk At and tilth at, UismnalnswUlbalaaaats ay-at-cbestri for Intel at a.. Ill nAMVANN-Io Winiamsbnrsh, flnadtr.' st 11 e'eerk P. M Ce'la Rosalie, eulr CangMer of Lhaa. an4 Retsne Hsmmt no, sstd t sir Bed II dssa Uertenislrswil b- ii tet red la Qieeaweed Oeree. irry, this ( rusedsi ) aft-rooea. ist I rta-Oa Monday trierntori. Oeieber Mlh, altM o'eieek. of eobtorr et-e-, stra Brtrget Bins, wife ef Jebn Eds ri te West ttroa war. aastive ef Taaas, Co Oalwar. Irel-ed, sse M yesr-. The ineuos uf the so eaa-d are 1 rwoaetf bUt lavtaaa ts attend ber fum-reL to r Tar' C-meterr, fr-m bee lata le-ileoee, ei WeCntslay afteruoun, Oct. Mta. at IS o'rlirk, pr.rlsely. M I TNNZTT-At 311 Wert Tita street, Kare. th be. kvia wiKof AitxsnderLyniieit,aged So rears and! rnettha The se'atlvet eat frlendt ot tbe buuLf re reepeet. fullr invitee te attend the funeral, tli- (Tassd i, 1 sf. terrioon, st 1 e'nluclt, from her late reaideuoa,l Oat, vary Ctnittrry. 14 L0CSWOMD tt lamfont, Ct en Ratardav, oca. tte, alter a Unsesinsmee-a, Catl. VTsa. A LKkrtcde In ths Mth year tf his at- the leiati-ea enc r let-ss or tne rarni'y are r-ereeete folly lavtud tt srand the rnoeesl. this (Tnesdti) afc froeon, at s eciira, iiuin we 1 strH.m-m. Traia Itaret at 1 t-roeon, at I o'cliek, nom the resl.ieoee of his me-ti-z. iiHus'-n, xraia ssavea atis sw oyxt. x.sess wee usvea it ss. 11a ttKEIIAN-Onlnadae. 13dlsst Ilenrr M-whta. a native vf Killi mqe, Ireland, tn the acta year of hla UI friends aad tcqoalntan-ee ar lespeiitrariy lev TRea la atvna BJ feoeraJ. this ( ra-sle-l aftetnlsa, all yeiork. ro-a the r-elclsnos of his eewala,Jwss attehae, KTI Twelfth st, lit Ni ON In Pra-kln. eo SuDiar, Oc'. IM. James lsoee, a t alivs of tbe Farl-k of Aih Issue, O. ft.wa.av-m-n, lr-lsnd.li tha 7sth 'tar ef nls ate His fiieads sad aequ,tnt,aeee are r-syeetfolle lavt tad 1 atteee Sje fuewrai, en Wedaaeoar alt raeea, tstn lastat 3 t'sloek, Iresa bit lata residence. 81 OwZ sLBrooklya. til PRINGLK-Ca Sunrtaf, Oft tld, Mary. seeow4 dauthter 01 James itater 01 .lames ana noaeenna mngie, aj,ea aa 1 ears, 11 axaias aaa is earn rtae seeetie-a aaa frtss-aa ax tka iSaWAte are raaaarA. folly Invttsal te attend the tuaeeai. ibia I russKei at tereeew, ai 1 e-swk. rresa her Late nsHssss, 1T1 If 1 h st. comer 8th eve 1(1 SkULLN-RiSandar, Ont tld, Willises Smat len, a 1 elite id StrrauoUr, Uo, Donegal, Irslsod. aaed 4J 1 eara ills fiiends sad aeonalatanees are resseetfnDr tarU ttd toeiUnd rne fnuerat, this (Tuewla-) afteiweew, st I o'clock, from his lata residence, tUJ Forty tali 4 slnrt. 114 V Kl Lrmr-Ia Breoklra, en Sunday eve-dna, Oct. ted. ef reavulslena Pet ker C Infebt son ef Caartea II sad Ids A Welk-sk. aaea W data II is t snialns wtr Interred ia I'alom UUIs Dems't w7 Ui. GENERAL BUSINESS. tl AM IX. Wl MBtOlYPE UXsTTCKSBia rOWUOTtV . warvasitad aa a Itaeeses eaael ta ana aartrsrR which costs II Out. Sue-Hei Faotugrapha for L at HOUiErUalUrr, lift Droftdirftty tfte W,V.H- yiiMt - CALLATJOlfKS', It AUD 11 AUS ST AND SRB TtlO-B t B0 miOBLB XLB Ftt4 VI l SO THE It D0DUVB1JI BOI.W TTajMS F SkWRD BOOTa. so WshM) Damaueu uood t rnKscn all mo- merlnna, Utnkets. sl'ka 1 teens, table Moths, eurtalus, enrtain aiuslio, cletba. ssasleass-i s, Betlaata. csileoss, etasb towela, and a general .seortmeat ef 4 17 1 eia for aa'e et eett hr WM. M ATtxaWBi r 4 uata- anus st. FeOlart suyplled. e-4 lb-la HnoMEB, MAcninihT Aim deairb s la new an second head tools sad maehlaety, asve ersl waoraietef tcola eoaetantly an Ban! aisst aiyttf tswmeker't tools on head, and aevaral await Istbrs suitable for levslera, atO eilaabtth st, bs. a er the B wery 1 bestie. eeVfl ti&l T KAKY kOOFSCUBU) FOR OCTE CUT par font) s'e k iw f ev, r shlegla roofs, k eei r't psteat Ieciaralrber yaiLtisrs.1 U4ueeea lie trade stents wentee i Ver wherei pnnela-t Fliery'i In lite I flee MM 11. .nd sti braaea tlttct IM He .err. J. U, D0UUUTY, tftnt. otsiias'lll LKaKY BOflFS CUBED ONE CENT FE It foet,sad warraatedforft rears at ths at Uwe, Atetevof ellere',Fat-nt lada Kahaar Palea, W. 1 J st J. MUKltr, Alsbta, II (ireeawiaaaee. sor.es Bsmmvndst. - eelaaeld Tnr OLD MEECIIABTS T0LICX lHQITT Wst- are aisf Booth it, rear Ptna,-Tkis r-w- m, B.lft,l. flu, s-sai auisartt.iaA ttm furn ah nwmmlu.mmmit Tim I wetcttiD eh-P- tuetelivaiseabuilili Kbetg repaXr sktL ar d tiutht kot e te pr tor ftoi tola - tbt-ir ttnuf. idh wno re Mr, noi ue imi f.. swaniBUssnasi tnniatli. Aaf Ama,r.attsai All I ftaBHnlsf tlAB ffaltts.. a as 'a -r e..a w --- e - e ...... rw a - are aceuemnied ts cold climat-a aad treat vtsderewasLj iba oni tus e tesst nis n's. oaviassarvea. ie life time st sea hIaaesnDanr watahl pearly oaetklrd of the whole marine of this sort, here arrested neerle ate theuesad deck and rlr toieves trtb benefit sf those whepetronla-dleem:' ana,iinreuair flirt S'saalssUoo, tsaiiytew iei sso. have I at alaaof their man. tuaar eraeuaestset have paid the aeeelty ef dssy-h br e-ssS!!1 C-wpins dock eactlv.rlBlevee, Prjes M nl.ht 'IreaeeswhUsmllhSa P gekk II. D Prm.ku.an Oo. J. Alklns Co, i-ftvkls fo,J. W. HeiiuuACo, JssW.Jt rail Alia, Can r?- .. a .Vr t i rn.li. M CW Creckae. ateJ Si iileVa A Bt It. st 4-V-)re-4, nf ,ts II s Prise 11 1 rrilthtT P.D.VANaOtriBS ABiio, (ISsaika TDETKLEOBAFII t TBEACIItB TUB. wrektaaueelnsaeoermaaieaUsti (ista the Bail? tf sir John fiaiiailn to Oev Tallntada t aJitt lei-, Ka.tsJa-Kaidwk'rliieeweitellea, Aadhr (. as jsnwuwey, asw sivys treguts, H rum Tbe nun - - - -- ... - as - - f satis lia-r ww krBtaawaBW was wnsww 1 1 tf swsp - J; ats to ttteJSii the funeral servltea. tkls CTya. f' fVo,S:-'W",,' tmTZiiZ De.nlag . HteVrlee-aaaLa itnert eUsts sear. Ill