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A aaaal CUTr ttialai forlhar Inforoiailoa mi a It. Laaal aoaUaf Ibt Ta'aol Lavt tf tarloaa rouBtrioa, win t? tVui:s;x;vn " Mw-uvm u- STOP AND LOOK AT SCHENCK'S FALL Uottt tat ftbaat. TaTaTJ iTarrboar lUta thro. rtrrtwlr ttrrtraa of Ibrn. trbir aanlrtt ikara, H Ertrrtwdr la dallj blat atllk Ik am. H KrtrTBolr uubl It tr tktai. H KTtrbWcaaiallbam tibia B ... Oraal iltal aa4 Bkta Eaytrlaat. H (MOtvtrr, caratr litaalta. H oTEmTTriNa and zLncrRonTiso aBal . T SyiwrtUr daaliaa it rrmlnd publUbtrt H Prlaltrt aaa Iba laoatal Habllt Ibtl bt toDltnata It aaaB 1"' "P. Eeuorw Newaoapttt, llooba. aHI KStt! " J,t ''7 ttcrlnliOB. NtBtuptr H raUlaktra U ttratatlr ailitaaaa u at.,1 tV.m. H Mini af Ibt ital a4aalt(aa U kit piociaa, LUh iatlr-A Strlaf of Ikalr Trot Dllla 0 tar tint .Hf-A BtTlai of llliBktl lllU 10 '00 H Bjfllr ABirintaf Jak lltlla 90 00 H IbuU aolaaaatbuaIaalatatlnit't. bol a dtnioa rraltd protuttlloa. 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No. II OouiUaaill il.hnU lljt, tt k ttt from lltaodtar, N Y id) aHl rrnnEE THOUSAND HOLLARS WILL !Ij H Tfl. a ktaatliul couDlrr rialdenrt, illuaud 14 toilt'i ptan "ttorl. an Ibt Ua nttrt 1 bouat Dm elm, Saal kad la ftct, ordtr. loratbtr vllb barn, waon H ktoaa kt. fruit la abnadarc tor lartltulata In J ulia 'Ctpt, 8AII8IBKIE, on Utrd fei-a lar arak nreva, t.- i1"'!'. .". Moadaa. Wadnta afiaad 1'rldars ty.'ott H M HI M rjMIE YOUTII'B TKJiySKACK WANNER H -Tbt Ntlltnal TtroMraofa "".t1.' "d I'nWlfav H Moa lloaaa alto rubtlab a aa Moa1' Tttvytrabtt aaaaal raptr, twclalii adapud 10 Cblldtaa "d icu'b, H u"lar bcbwlt. md Junnllt 'ItuH'tact Orll H . t Eua kntabtr will la taatifuUr llloitralad. amd aaaaal Vt aajaa tpttad 10 uiata ll a trilIaaa Hai fa T H Cbldrtnof Aiottlca. Iba tM TntlBtptKia will tt ablj tlllad, V krrlltriaii .td 1 lack H fur Pr Atali.Btallk, V .''" BnkYal Cat J7ll Manrta. Alfrad Taylor, lW.A.ll.VaK.t7. if J E klfc.naoklr IV. B r fJarr K" Jatraa II. Kuna, firl'lfarVJ ij- Ktr.ll W.Ckldaw? S KSSiV Ktt. Wat. k Tbatl, J aK'ff rtf'j"''kVr. . O. r-ardaa. Ia, I I r? aavrla J, Jtavtt, Krnaa. .... W l naaiaiaaltalloaa ar tbt I'aptra akooU bt id , I rf.r' fctaill. "Ballon tf Ikt Ad rot alt and Uinnr," Hi 1 Jrti'? JfipUm at, Mtar Ttrk Cllr. 1 K" f iU rUtatlUattt aad Babaoiptltnt. tMttktr trllk n-Bkaalaaai Itlttra far Ut I'tptit, addraattd It J. W, ITBAKNB. Ill WtUlana Ik Nib- York Cltr. , . . - 1 rattan. aatnaUaaatu.Ttatkira, and frlaade af tta caaaat, an aatattiaad u at at AftaU, aad aar. Mat! raaataltd la aid ta tlnalallaf -ibt llaaatr." had fcrwardlaj taUtrtriloat. I (taflaaapr.ftrtsaittr.Uadttiitt - . 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TT1B Nf.W TORE SUN imattt Mtrr fanflll) far tHilalni Ibtntwi of Ibt dir from tttr pan af Iki.oild, abtlbtr br Alltatlt Cal.lt, If Talt irtpk arkt Mall, and prtetntt TIIK WHOLE, la a rompaal form, A OHK UALr THE I'lllCBtl tttar JtT rrra, THE BUM U rtkd, trtrr dif , hr marlf a oiirttf million ttrttma, tad Ibtta kmmxa, nn lnl",h'" tipttlnilutntlrt toaltnta II I llaaetl t ordlara af Idrtltltlal ratllr u U fatted. TUR miCK of Ike paper, al Iba ptiMlrtllta tfnra at rarnlabad tr " aitdara. U TWO CRNTB TKB COrY aad Ii dellftrtd f Ikrrttrt II tbt llaiitt, IWI rr Bkp of taf kt dlelrt ll. for TWELVE CrNTB TEB WIM, t ml b Kill tl BIX DOLLAR! arear TI1E TRICE TOE ADTIITI'tMl tarr, arl III It Walk. TROU TWENTY TO FIFTY CKNTil TEH Uiit far tirk InatrHm, arttlil amntlotaau atar tt made rtrtlrtrltatvitataof aaorail tmitb, Tkt tdltortal drHrlnrnl af THE BUN la undtr tttcbarnof JiMirn V lltaca,u tabotn eoramaa Iralioai iboald bt adlraaad. A II lelltra ralailnl la adrartlatrtraU, itkMrlpllonl crilr kraarktftbt paMioatlat biuiatat ibvtlldbt af diaeaad It Ikt Froarlttor, UOtT.f i nKACIf, Ctratrtf .Naaaadtad Fulkaa ilratti Mib York Cllr. Krrnlni Amaaranrnla. nARNI'ICB AMr.RtCArl Mt'BRt'M -flrntn aad eraittcf lloalaa Maadttl.' Oatuuilna to, lacuta 1M,uoa cailoatuaa. . WALLACE' THEATRE.-" Tbt DoaWt Okl- OLTnt,TnEATBE.-'-nte Lani glrlka." MniT5 IIAklI)El.-,Tbt Uleok Cr)k." Oraal rallalaafit llallfl lroupa. WIMTTR OABDEM.-" r.aat l.rant " I HEW YORETHEATRK.-'Mlriraik Oaatil" . BROADWAY TIIEATRB.-Ur, Ckaa. DlUaa " Loau XI." NEW IIOWEBY TIIEATBB-"Thf Olatk Cal tf Ctrtau." rox-B oi.n bowery tiiiateb-" jack md J1U Htal ap Ut Ulil," CH ABLET WHITE'S COUBWATIOS TROIirr. "Tkt rtrntlt Clarle tf Weaklailtn," 4tpt dt Balltt, tonit, rtilrlloqttlitBflit, TOUT TABTOR-B OrBRA HOCBB. - "Uatlt Bam'a Vtltraaa." Btaia, daatta, At. rirm'ATBNtlB OPERA lIOUIB.-DadaMlk'l BtUalrl't. Btadtactt,lnulMnaaa. NEW TORE CIRCUS -Roblatta. Htw Ttrk Clr. cut Traapt. Mallartt al t THE NEW YORK SUN. "IISMan far All." MONDAY MORNINO. NOV . I8W. Ta Aatrttiaaen. On ftltmli vrbo with thnlr acirtrtlia menia daulfled, wo tequnttM to band lliom In tlr. W keop our offico oiian until lata hour for the reception of ajTortlampnt but cannot agro to ctajtlf thorn union tent In In tuns. Tlit Tbi Taller. It Ii InttrMting to notice tba Interpreta tion which tba potitlcUna draw from the late alectloni in tbe Northern SUtoa. The Kadloal loader, with oharacteriitio bold nctt, aiiume that the people hare endoned tbe whole Radical programme for the Indefi nite exclusion of the Southern 8tatei from Congren, and alio for a continuance of the warfare between Congreii and tbe Presi dent. The Democratic polltiolani, on tbe other hand, declare that tbe iweeptng vie to rltt of tbe Iladteat pittf are attrlbuUble toltlr to niittepreient.ition of tbo tuuca Inioltcd In the electlont, and that, In fact, theie election! were carried by falie pre tence! on the part of the IU.IIcalt. Ilotb of theaa petition! are wrong, The only reuon able inference that can be drawn from tbe election! Ii that tbe people of tbe North demand a more itrlngent potley of recon struction than tbe one which the Admlolt trallnn Vina prianlp !- Trtr la no' fcrCSd '"' ta s.rl,0.inun tUa. t'-y r-u done the extreme policy of the ltadicali. Tbe lime upon which the people gare their decitlon wat almply thli Shall the Southern State! be immediatoly rettored to tbelr old tilaoe lu the Union, with the leaden of the K billion in their old teklt In Congreii and mcb other high official petition! 1 or ahull theee State! come back under tbe termi of the Conititutional Amendment f The ma jority of the Northern people decided that between theie two plain they preferred the latter. There is no evldonce that they fully approved of tbe latter; but they had 110 othor alternative than to chooae between the two plant that were oflored to hem, and their decision was in favor oaf what they considered tho loss of two evils Tbe result of tbe election confirms us In the opinion which we have nil along beldi that tbe great mass of the people are opposed to the reconstruction plans of both tbe Presi dent and Congreu. Our position hai been that the true polioy of reconstruction i n medium between these two plans. That Is, we held that the Constitutional amendment Is commendable, with tho exception of that section which iweeplngly disfranchise! all men In the South who ever held a Stato or United htatei ofllce of any kind, We be lleva that if tbe ittue bad been upon a plan nf reconstruction llko that nhiih thn Six lias for 1evor.1l months advocated, ll would have received an unprecedented on donement from tbe people 1 lie true pul Icy for tho President to pursue, in order tu vtln the appro al of the people, it to modify or amend bis policy, so as to place It upon tbo intermodule ground between that which It now occupies and that upon which tbe Congressional policy itands. We suggested the cietllency of this course several months ago Wo taw that the tide of public opluiou was setting ag unit tho l'rcanlent, nnd that unlets he should do something to ancboi himself more firmly m the good opinion nl the people, tbo watcsol defeat would turo ly doto oier him Ibe ol.iliuni lue taught him tbo very lesson v. huh ho night to hie learned eailier and nt lets ciptnto Iho peoplo line told him pl.iuil) that he muni inmlift hit puluy, ami as a man of tbo people be cannot propcily re fuse to b guterned by their Judgment It would have been far hotter for him if he had amended hi! poln-y before the leiout election, but it is not yet too late Ilia true I coure now It (o prC6eut, in hn uiffsage to I CofigTeit, n new '..''.'""'.""t.onai Amendment, which will embody all tho good features ol Ihe Amendment now pending ami exclude the bad features to which we have alluded I hut is the ouly means by wluih bo cm save himself and defeat tbo dosiut of tbe unscrupulous Radical leaders. !en. Kkrriuan't Million ta 'lexleo. On Saturday afternoon Lieutenant dene ral SiiLinua, accompanied by our Mexican Miuitter the Hon Lewis I) CAMnir.iL, aud a numoroui stall, started In the United States frigate Susquehanna for Vera Crut The apecial object of Gouoral Siubuan's million bat not publicly transpired, but there Is no doubt that the United Sutei Government bare proposed to tuke louio deflulte stepi in the Mexican queitlon ou the departure of the Kroucb troopi The rumored abdication of Maiihilian, and the departure of Ocncral Shluuan for Mexico, comiug at the tame time, would appear lu connection to have aoine algnilioant Inter eat , but e art of opinion that the Qoicrn meut arv villi at llio piotijnt luomcut rarrv- log out a pollc) which they bate long held In view. General ('tarritttu, th Aldetlo Cnmp of Naii.i ki-i, has Jut ro'ihtd tho city of Mexico, In order to arrange with Martlmt Ititilir the pro gramme for tho departure of the French troops (In this point alone it was therefore tieceaanry that tho t'nllwl Kluta s flovern rnent tltoiild hnvo n etiinilent au'hority on the aiiot to aeo thnl the erring' inoiitt of V Mil mi were fully carried out In accord anre llh his promise Ih aid, a, on the tin parture of tho foreign legion, the rounlrr would naturally leruna again unaeltle'l, I and the Inlcroata of Amnrlfan elliretis wotiiil hate to ho attended to Without taking Intocouaiderntlnn at all, Ihoiefore, the ro ported abdication of Mi tltUIMK, whether it be true or falae, 11 wat reipilred of the floierrunent li dispatch a attociial tnlasion to Meiieit at the pri tent Juncture fchnuld MitivliMt really hare gone, of rourne such a prucedtirn would bo doubly neres tiry (len Hill nM an It one of the nhloat men who could luivo been aclecteil to wad h oter tho Intorosts of the I'ulUd hUtes in si., i... 17 ke WelropetU anil lha I.eat-JrUnrc. Ir thn people of this city deeire to n lain tho few elective office that are loft lolbein, they will have to elect ttone but good ami reputahlo men at tbe enatiiiig municipal election. 'I ho Radicals will hate eiery Hi nig tbrir own wny in the hett !giU ture, aad it It will known that thny am aiming to aholiah the remaining eli elite nllires in this clly, ami to supplant them by Albsuy niiieerns Last Winter thny tulkod nbout establishing a Hoard of Control, which would virtually abolish the Hoards of .Supervisors, Aldermen and Couucilmcn, and alto the offices of Comptroller, Street Coin mlasloner, etc. Their present purpose Is to carrr out that plan during tho coming Winter, provided that they can find any Justification fur it In the result of tho charter election If corrupt and dishonest men be elected nest month, tho Radicals in the legislature will claim that New Vork Is hopelessly In the hands of rateally polill olana, and that nothing but the Interposi tion of tho legislature will ate the city Fully two thirds of our puhho olfices have pasted from tbe bands of tho peoplo into those of the legislature, under that plea, and the romnliider will go in the same way, unlets tho peoplo awaken to tho importance of electing good and bonnet men. That is the only way by which they can check the transfer of their electoral rights to the legislature. Hut we must haro a better class of city oflloiala than that from which we usually make selection in Decern her. We greatly prefer to secure that end through the election of good men, but if our people tetU not elect-that kind, we shall have no right to complain if the legisla ture takes the matter Into Ua own hand! At the -coming election, therefore, let ut save the city from further Albany Influence by electing men of Irreproachable character, regardles of politics, to the various piunt clpal oOlcei. Itauala aad Denmark. The alliance between Itutsla and Den mark, to which we alluded a few daya ago, ll now an arrompllthed fact. The eible newa of yetterday luforms ui that the Cnsarovlteh, tho bolr apparent of tbe Csar, waa married on Friday to tbe Prln cose DAOMAn, or Denmark j the two nations may, therefore, be laid to he united in the fullest aenie of the word. The alliance be tween Denmark and Russia is consequently not only political, but national alto. Denmaik need not now foar any combination of other Kuropean Powers agalntt her Integrity, for the lutereiti of Russia will lie In up holding her and In resisting any attempts made to annex her to either Prussia or Sweden, as was lately rumored to be likely Vor the preservation of tbe peace of Kuiope we are glad of this Northern all! s,ne ,; k0 Uo- -uons It should he a matter for congratulation Russia gains the roadway of tho llaltio Sea, which would be of the utmost moment to her in a continent al war, and Denmark acquires a permanent friend and "big brother," who will naturally take her part against any superior foe. looking at tbo present centralijed state of power in Kurope, and the enormous acces slon of atrongih galnod by Prussia, it seems rae woll that tome Northern combination should bo formed tocountetbalanie it, in or der to preserve the equilibrium of power. Although Denmark la small In site she is rich in resources and has a powerful navy She .aud Hueitiu united would be able to bold in check oven greater powers. f'onetllullonal Convention. The proposition for holding n Convention to rov Ise and nnicnd the Constitution of tint State has been approved by the people. ITie Radicals will undoubtedly have a ninjoiltj in the Convention, and will probably use their power to engraft certain Radical fea tures upon the Constitution , but on the whtdo we think tho Contention is desirable und necessary lu this ago of progress a Stato like our owu must undergo icitain ch ingea lu its funohimeiitul law 'Iho Con stitutlou should keep up with tbo udtnnie mentofthe State, and m tho twenty tears that hate elapsed slnre tho last lonirution was lield.many things hate net lined oxhibil ing tho need of iuquove incuts in tho Consti tuliun It is very luipmlaut. however, that tho beat tali nt l tho Stato ah til be brought into rcqm.itinniii ret mug ihut instrumi lit Men should ho ailcrtrd, not in tun ot then politics, but with sole reference to thur Judgment, intelligent o und alulitj The llron lirnj lliillrond Vilsnnee Anoiiiku ,-, I, h is p.u.ml, , ,t,n , obnoxious iiulr.ud tt uh, wln.h interlircs aoafiiiiiMlj with the thoiiitighlareul Itroid ' way between Pulton und nn itiicu. te I minis uiituiile.lt I Iho in, .in, i,uu granted ! a week ago his appmniU l , , mofth 11 ut to remote tint ptililt. ol. tut, tllU ul lu Railroad Cnuipaiiv il"cs urn jw, tUe slight est heed to it. Yrttcrd it auothei ginof 1 workniou tu-ro buailj in; i,je.l .111 tlau trmlt. ' lit lug It down nui'tv ami unlin it it ps 1 mancnt loul msteud of inert It n tt-uijHtr.ti t one as it was nt lliL, 'Iho Sabbalh tlnv ttas agmii deteiriittd by tho dinol the uui Union eiuplojcd, aud the pollco were, as on the Ural occaaion, looking 011 w ithout mti 1 l.-rmg with the woik. 'Iho puhho would be glad to bavo some euergelle steps taken to rn strict the monopoly whuli tbe Railrtinl companies of New York enjoy. Ibe latui seem to set all laws nt dotlnuci', and treat even acts of Congress n mcro waste paper Tho municipal authorities certainly ouht to take the matter in band and show these Railroad companies that tbej cannot cou tlnue to trample the rights of tho peoplo under foot til thn manner The case has been neglected long enough . it it uow time to uc I Mo Store lllnrla Laws. Tnt Chlof Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court has rendered an mqiorUnt decision upon the legality of a clauso In tbe Consll tutlon of that blute which discriminates against negroes in civil rights Tbo Cou slltutluu of Indiaua prortdis that no negro or mulatto shall settle tlicro, and that cou tracts mails with such persons aro not bind lug, The case upou which tbe deelaion in questiou was roiideted, was brought by a eotoK-d iuju tU'aiuxt Ivio wu;'l uiuu, to mi ' ' - I force the payment of a note. Tbe defence was thai the note was a nulllly under the M'o Constitution, and upon that ground tho CMO was oarried to the 811 prom Court, llio decision Is to tho effect that tbe discrimination against negroes, In the Indian Constitution, is in conflict with tbe Constitution of the 1 I'mtod Stains, and is therefore illegal, If this decision bo Just it will apply to all liws lu other Slates which 111 tko diatlne linns of this kind against negrois. The fol lowing nrtj the leading point in Ibe said de clslnu "lite National Constitution guarantees that Ihe clllreiis of earh State shall ho en tilled to all thn privillges ami Immunities of rlllrnns in tho aoverni Slates 'I his clause, in Judge Gregory s opinion, conferred upon thn rititens of any Stato sort of general eillcnship, wluih Included a right to be come a citi'ou of nny other State, and car ried with It n light to protection by the Government, the enjoyment of lifn and lib erly, nnd thn right to acquire and powesi property of every kind In nnv Stale bo might ibiHiae. Ihit tho Constitution nnd Iho law of Indiana doprlvod all persons of Afrlristi descent of theae rights, privillges, ntfi iiiiiiniiiiiies. 11 sum ftersons, how ever, are cillr-ns of the United Mates, this legislation is void. Numerous citations from legal au thorities wero given to prove them to be eltli ns of the United Stntes, and tho facts that passwrts are given them ami that Con gress bat deetaretl them to ho cltltens, wero ndduced. 'Iho derision of Chlof Justice laney In thn Drod Scott cate, although never formally orei ruled, Is now disregard od by every department of the Government, whilo tho Supreme Court, in the fnco of its own decision, admits to its bar aa attorneys ml counsellor! at law, persons of African den ent. 1 he objection that tbe concession or general cltlrenshlp to penons of African descent, would carry with it the right to vole and to bold national anil Stato ofllcei, wai declared to rett upon a falie asauaip. Hon, Women am cititeui without tho right lovutoor bold onions naturalitod citiien cannot become President, nor can become a Senator or Representative until after the lapse or seten yoan from tke time or his naturalisation. Yet aa soon ns nnturallted be It a citiien. These facts show that there are degrees or his right or cltitonsblp. eome or which are granted by tbe National Con stitution, while others are not mentioned," A Core for HatJwar AceWeoU. A Ri-cr.NT rate waa tried lu ance, Frin which It appears to us a ery Juit decision was given, Ihe directors or a steamboat company were placed on trial along with the engineer or Ihe boat, 'or the manslaugh ter of certain persona through a boiler ex plosion on board one of their vesseli. The engineer was acquitted of all blame, whilo thedirecton were caoh flood eighty dollars and committed to prison for ill monthi. The Court decided that the dlreoton of any company aro more responsiblo than Its servant! for the eillclcnt working of the same. If such was the view held In the United State we need not have to ebronicle ao many railroad and steamboat accidents every yoar. Wbon a collision happens through a train being teut Immedi ately after another, on the lame line, or an explosion occuri through any fault In tbe macblnory, the engineer is held guilty and punished accordingly. Instead of tbe direc tors of tbo company who are clearly (more responsible. When one or two dlreotors shall be tent to the State Priton to meditate on tbe careleasneai of these arrangements, the publio will Und one of tbe best preven tives to Railroad and othor similar accidents. rroirraa of Near Elevatlan. The Radicals are making very fair pro gress in their great work of "elevating" the negro. Two "American cltltens of African descent" have Just been ehjvnted to tbe Massachusetts Assembly, from whenco they are likely to go Congress. The forth coming Constitutional Convention In our own State will undoubtedly take away the property qualification relative to negro vot ing, and will provide for the voting of ne groes on an exact equality with whito citl .. ns, no 'matter how lgnornut the said ne groes may bo. The following extraot from the New Orleans Tuiul'nk, a negro organ, gives an idea of the altitude to which tho Radleals aro aiming to elovate tho aforesaid negro. "Americans have no oeeaslon to be proud of their aec Mental President. From his in augural address, down tu his perlorttmnee timing bis recent tiin, be inhibited a most unfortunate disregard for propriety, aelf. react, and gentlemanlike bearing, Why dul be not contrite to follow tho example set forth by suoh honorable characters at 1'rcdciiik Douglass or Rnv. Guruett fgeiitleiniiu of color I The American na tion would never batn hail lo bluali, had aut.li gentlemen occupied the Presidential chair.'' New rirtnree. On Friday atrtl Saturday la it Mr Crop sey, ono of tho most celebrated of oar rising pulnters, throw open hit itudlo to bli friends and the gentlemen of the preis for a privato vlotv of aomo of his recent paintings, and oun or two picture! which be hat in hand. The most oonspiciiom or the tlulshed pieces is 11 landscape entitled "Indian Sum mer." Tho aubjoit embodies a sketch up the Hudson River, beyond West Point, taken lu tho period or the year characters th-ully termed Indian Summer, when, In this cllmuto, nature is richest In glory Li thn background tho lolly Catsklil Moun linns tower up into the soft blueakr. In the middle distance the river widens Into n speilet nf lako, dotted hern ami there with sumo miniature inlet, nnd its siitftiee ru livened lay mini y a gilding craft with snow white anil. In the foreground the urtial bus iioitrutcd the wild luxuriance of nature, lii'iilhtcned by the slvlil uutuuiiial eoloiliig of tho leaf, witli till tho details of loliuito und glowing tints of ciimson mid gold, unlked nut with 11 matter hand Iiicon Hunt with otheis of Mr Cropsey's works ulii-udy well known to the Ameruniii public, " Indian .summei" will, uuqut-alioiiubly, bo leg iitletl us Ids matterpiei-e lii'itlilfi this landscape, whleh rnlurully chums tbo linn's share nf ntitiiitinn, there me a series nf slews ut St.ileu Ul.iutl, whub me I a tt lit till v pilntttl 'Iho "View- tlnlll I "ilt Hill, Itiiilitng NiaMiirtM," is 11 charming in, tine ut silll hie 111 tho tnieiiuind. ami the Imay ncrnti In the ilUt luee "Fodt Hill hulking' l.imlwiittlt ' it 11U0 a ehar.ieti little akett b.itntl allow s more w 01 k than tbe former lliolntlageiil the trees in Ihit picture it moat btatilitullt tlepn teal '1 lie gt 111 ol these Ma ten l.l.itut Hketfhes is, howetei1, a smaller painting 1 nib t "In tbe Clote," whu.li for I ib tail mid 1 tlt'i'l will tie with tiny olhei I r'n-r il'tyirre nf this dunning landscape I punter" .Mr CrnpM.y lertaiiily presented Ins ndiuiiers und liit-mls tttthii treat In this "ptitato tletv" M.0 believo that soino ut I Uu o iu tuns will bu exhibited in tbe Aim I dtiua ot l)eigii 111 thn lorlhfoiiuug scisou. The Women .llovliiaf. ' The l'.qiial Highta' Association, which is I the new uaiuo ol the Wuiuuu'a Rights' Al I "i i.ilion, will hold a contention ut Albany, I N Y. on the Wth nnd 21st. to "bury tho sa 111 ill m the rittii'ii," nnd to demin'dsiif tinge tor all mucus, without illstlluliou of late or sex The meeting Is specially de signed to ngitato tor "utireu sullrago'1 lu Una luigo tense, with reference to tho pro posed reiiiiuu ol the constitution of the Stato ol New York The tenc ruble (Quaker picutber, Mi LucrelU Mutt, Is Pretideut ot the Association, and Susan it Anthony ilt Scucturr Mrs r.titabcth Cady htautou, Ihoodoto Tillon, Frunccs D llage, Lucy Mono, nnd other women of celebrity in re luitii inorcmetits' are expeited to speak at tho Cout ention.ninl it cannot lull to lo a s ery pleasaut and ntertulniug ullatr Tho ladies leterto eucouragumout lu their etlort to gtte ut eomotbtug lo talk about, uow that Ihe eleelions aro over. t'OBTtrled. N H Motisit, tbo editor of the Hrldgeport Fakuii, whtjte ooiiduet eauted the deitruo Hun of hit ollico by a mob in IMol, aud who aflerwanls went to Georgia aud edited a relxil paper, it at New listen, aud bat bee.n converted into u rudmtl tlxjlilioulit. lie tayt 110 one could live at ttte SMb six luouthi without iiidoigoiug tho 'vnauge be h'la. Tiuii-Bit op inn fsotrrit. BeteeUtnt fran ihe rlowthera Jearaal. Tiik reports conoemlng the temper of the rtotilhorn peoplo are to evldonlly at vari ance, that much Interest baa been etoltod In Ihe North with regard to their present feel- (Ing toward tho Government and the North em (wople The press Is undoubtedly the most roliable Index or the Southern mind, We are Inclined to think that the Southern editors are more Radical in their views than the poople or that section generally are, but thnv certalnlr relied the feellnr or thn South more truthfully than any other agen cy Wo roceite, in exchange, papers from every Stalo and from nearly every county of the South, and bavo thought that our readers would he glad to bavo two or three times a week an rpitomo of their expression upon matters of publio interest. With this view wo shall present, hereafter, a column or 10 of extract! from tho Southern press, perhaps twice a week, from which the roader will be ablo lo Judge, with eome accuracy, the state or reeling In that section. Tke selections will be taken from nation nuhllahnd In ill parts of the South, and will clearly show tbe temper of tbo press, leaving tho reader to draw his own Inference ns to bow far the preas represents tho mople. Hie following la the first installment of the said selec tions The Mobile TiMrs, speaking of what has boen arcoiatillsbed by the war, and what qui i..na settled, nays lleyejiid cnvll, It has been clearly demon strated that the attempt of the Southern States to withdraw from the United Sutea Government hits been entirely fruitrated, and to that (Internment alone we must look for any atnuts amongst tbe nations of tbe earth. It does not prove wo bail no right to make the attempt that question will be dlsciusod aftcrwarde-nUll leu doe It show that vje could not achieve our Independ ence) but It has conclusively placed on the reoonl of history the bald fact, that wo did not succeed in the attempt. The war also demonstrated that the people of the North, affected either by Interest or passion, made inoh enormoiii lacrilloei lo retain us In the Union, that onlv a madman would agitate the retietltiun or the late attempt, until the opinion or the North undergoes a change whloh cannot be looked for In our cenera lion. Tbe same paper extendi a frank and gen. erou Invitation to Northern men to go down and aettle among them. There U no lhadow of prejudice In this! Wo atk 'Yankeei' particularly lo come, and we repeat II, we want no bettor men, when once their interests shall bootrmo wed ded to us and to our soil. We tell the hardy lumberman of Maine to quit his froien re gion, and, with hla muarlei of iteel, to eome and till a grateful toll, which return! a thousand fold the teed Intrusted to It. Their prejudice! will soon wear out, end, so hall ours, by conilaut and liaUy frlcflon. The Memphis Ilixi.tnn speaks veryoan dldlv of the loit aiause when tt aayi 1 la truth, there can be no cause lott that wai nevor won aud never defined. If wo fought toeitahlith another Union, we fought without a purpose, sluoe we already bail a Union ; if to duplicate offices, it waa a poll. tlcUu's war; If to secure freedom of Slate, we ihould have fought under the "old flag," aud never gone boyoud a " Provisional Oof eminent." Ai ipBclmrm nf tba inllen temper, we give tbe following from the Houston (Texas) JtlUKXALI In the South, great Interest Is felt in these Northern elections, but none in their own. The late election In Texas was a aad exam pin or the notions efleot the fiendish holier of the Radicals is having on the publio mind. Most of eurcitlrens did not know an elec tion woe going on, and wn must confess that we ouT"lvf a came near letting th matter go ly deiiJnlL In a like spirit the Austin (Texas) Oa xrrrr. descant od ho present condition of Iho South: Politically we hare been In th night ever I tlnco Iho tun or the Confederacy went down in darkness and blood. Notwithstanding our entire submission and acceptance of the situation, our trust In the Justice and mercy of our conquerors, osir earnest entreaties to be readmitted Into the Union, and restored to our former right! and privilege! under tho Constitution, wo are atill treated at enemies, wo are slandered and reviled, we are watched over anil guarded as prisoners ever ready to escape 110 faith Is given to our attertiont, no trust it extended to our honor our sufferings are greotod with smiles, our humiliation Is met with con tempt. The tloor Is shut in our face, and we are kept out, nut only In the cold, but In the dark. How lung will tho night last! Wheu shall we so the first glimmer of the coming day I The following extra;! from the Ilatou Rutige (Id )(liil.Tih Is dacidodly seusible and contains sound adtlret It behoove the Southern people con stuntty to bear In mind the following lui. portaut considerations, and ateadlly and energetically to apply them In all their fu ture aims at prosperity, individually and collectively, namely 1 to employ their meant as fur ns possible to aerure a greater dlver tlry of products in agricultural and mechan ical pursuits ami to roster and encourage the establishing In their midst or every species or profitable manufacture. Oulded by this determination, they oannot fall In due time to brlmc about auch a reaction In tbo general weirure of tbo country as will command for tbem that Influence and re spect before tbe world which mocks to scorn the scheme nnd intrigues of petty politi cians. Much depends upon the universal educutlonof the children and their proper training In morals and industrious habits, lu these there is a mine of wealth to the rising generation, from which sooiety will lento the proudest of bonollti. kalucat tbe children teach tbem tritdet, aud thus prepared, when thny grow up they have a cupitul ulreudy at baud to begiu llfo with. 'Iho Rithmoud Dispatch, culling atten Hon to a convention of fanner to bo held In that city 011 tbo '.1)lh lust , thus tketcbe tbe character and dutica of a Virginia furiuor or the present tlmo A meeting or Virginia farmer now will present u strange contrast with those do lightful and glorious meetings anterior to tho war. '1 hi n they nine lu the highest piitle, in tbe cujoiiucut of llirllt and tho moat bountiful bleating of a benign Protl deiue, uirouiidtd bt abundance and ull thnaigiisofcnmroitiiud ease. All dependent upon them- nit nutlet theii direttioii were happy nud satiallh.il. Now tho land I piuihi'd by waul -tho farmer Is ttruit cued lor tho means to eondin t tho opera ttmis of flgrlrtitlure, und tbe laborer, unco rami lor mid protei ted without thought or uniiili union tor tho tuturo on his part, tit-nig lilt to tuunugo bis own nil ilrs, uud, iiiililtid fur Iho tusk. Is illatrcssid, pinched tor siibsiiteuce, nnd of course iliaiouteutod The, tumor must look nciluusly into tbe t-tmilition of the luboicr, ns well us tbut ot himself, llu must act k to rcstoie, if posti ble, his ovtu fortunes, and he kuotva that tho beat way to do that ia to impioto the rtiinolu) ol bis nmnagemeut, aud to syilc mat 10 tbo labor upon his l.irni Ho initial trek ut a conaciiuinio tho eomtort nnd coil teiitment of the laborer 'Ihete nro thcuee of such digulty ns to bo worthy thn cuusld crution of uuy'uody of men vo kuuw of uouo who could consider ihetu with more good sense and pbilotopby than au assem blage of Virginia farmer, 'lliey ure indeed upproAAcd by misfortune, Dut tiiey are men of strong lunula and rxhaustless forlitudo mid constancy. None other could have en timed the imt'furtuiies ot tho late dUastrom war ns they have done. They will approach the absorbing queaiious for their discussion with au earuettuess aud digulty worthy of them. Certain Hall ami Sic John Franklin. The captain and part of the crew of the American whaling ship Antelope, wbiohi was lost last October, near Nf anlellk Island has arrived at St, John's. Tbe UouukiicikL Jciuttiui, of that towneayst "Tbe olllora of tho Antelope-bring iuterettlng Infottua lion of tlieoottrlea mad by Mr. C, F 1111 reipectlng th Franklin expedition, Mr, Hall bat I bis poiteulon a gold watcb, some sllvr spoons and other iclloa-enppo-ed to butt belonged to th Franklin party. He alio, learned that th remain ( some of Fraukliu'i men were lying unjet a boat In Committee Uay, where thrr ha bran idao oJ by tbo natives all er death, Tbo native! would not permit Mr Hall to eo on to ex amine them, but as aeveml veucis, will win. ler lu Repulse Uay, it Is believed Mr. Hall will serine aialeluoct and puah tils, way to uheru tbo icuiaIui are iiluatei," j NOT l FROM IRKLA.tn. Tlclaltr arDablU. flma of the most charming villa and country seats to be seen In any part of Ire land may be found In the vicinity of Dublin. ClonUrf, a few mile! from tbe city, I a fa moui niort In lha Summer season. Its an- I dent hlstorio association! are the them or every lip. It baa been made famous by battles with the Danes In olden times, where on one occasion, It 1 recorded that Ihe con test becoming very clone and fierce, each Hi bernian warrior seliod an opponent and with him plunced into the ana, and both jrcre drowned II has been made hlitone by Fhotnas Moore, who, In Irish melodies, never to bo forgotten, has perpetuated "the glories or llrian the llrave," who in April, Iflll was killed In an acllcn with the Danes. The battle is made the subject or Grar's p.le, 'The Fatal 8lslers." A beautiful country church, giving evidence or age, exists thore. The musical accom paniment of the choir, a fow years ago, eon sistotl or one or two accordcons, played In rather a quaint, primitive style 1 the Inte rior or the churoh was dark, and everything eenmed calculated to convey the impression or ago to the church and it surroundings. It wa built in the 17th century, and contain tho family vault of the Vernona, who occu py llontarf Catle. The village conalatt of a good main treet, with numcroua detached rcsldfiiona. The village aud parish covers an are of I, IW acre, and contains a popu lation of about a.OTO. ' ' 11 n T""1 th'lher an Iron door, with a lion 1 head mourti open-may lie neen in tho stall, and the Ihlrity traveler, by hk. Ing tho paw of the beast, can drink froni lu oten mouth, with Ihe auuranre from the dweller n th neighborhood that he la drinking from tke identical pring at which llrian Iloruhm quenched hi thirst age be Toro. It may or may not be ao, but the fact remaini that thousands drink from it with that lmpreavslou and belief. Donnybrook, famous In connection with rain, which lwayi ended In riot and bloodshed. Is another of those hlstorio place In the neighborhood ol Dublin. It is about three miles from the Post-oHtce, and about three-quarters or a mile from th oily lim its. 80 fierce and so frequent were the riot at Ihe fain there, that " Donnybrook Fair" became a aynonym for wholesale murder. From It originated th old lay ing, intended by their opponent to be Illus trative of Irish character, "Wherever you" fee a head, strike ll," an allusion to person leaning back In tent, and thu making a knob or permanent mark for aome mlachief J" wli ebwdd pa by at the moment, lhese fair bate not boon held tot yean, and the division! perpetuated or created by tbem have ceased, happily, also. Kingstown, a aeaport aud watering place, Is, commercially, (he most Important ad. Junctor Dublin, It contains a population or about 11,000 aoult, I teten mile by rail way from the city, and pouewet one of the finest artificial porta In the United Kingdom. It I the packet station for communica tion between Dublin and Holyhead whloh latter Is distant about four hours' steam ing across tbe channel. Tbe harbor, which M bm coMtruete.1 from design! by lttn ble, wu begun In IAlfl. It consliU tif two pier and a breakwater, tbe eattcrn pier being 3.300 feet, and the western, 4,950 feet long, with an entranc of 830 feet wide. It encloae an area of 210 acrea, with a depth or from 15 to 27 feeL It cost VSO.OOO. a revolving light marks the entrance to the harbor, where ever 2,000 ships enter and leave annually. Along the roast from Dublin to Kings town there are many bandiomo, arUtooratio lovklog boiisot, with, elegant ground, and the Convenience ol the nl'.!.road skirting the bay from Dublin lo Kingstown rentier! the coast a favorite plaoo of residence for th people of Dublin. Daikey. a nrettv little ttrsrellnr In wo further down, occupies an elevated position, and preisnt magnificent view of a wide rang or country, itretchlng westward to ward Dublin, trhiljt the promontory of Howth-ramlllarly called lr Dubllnltea tbe "Hill or Howth" preienti III bold front toward tbe north. Ueneatb, eprati by a belt of sea about a mile wide, lie Dalkct Itland and a pile of rocks called "Tbe Mug Ilm, from tbelr rugged and rovtjy appear, arac. It wa between Klngttown and Dal kev that the experiment of tbe atmotpberlo rail war was practically tested for several rears, but not meeting the expectation! of It pnrjeclora, ll has been abandoned, and ordinary trains substituted In It Head. Adjacent to Daikey, and reached by a wind ing path, It the Klllluey Hill, whloh will well repay tb tofirltt th trouble of climb Ing, with the rich acenery which It com mand. II ray, a imall village itlll further down tho cout boa or late yeari become a fashion, ble watering place. An esplanade along the see-ahore, forms a pleasant lounge for the votaries of fashion, who, la the season, Hock to th Tillage to enjoy tbe sea air, together with tbo charming scenery In it vicinity. About a mile from Ilray Is Kilruddery, tbe leat of tho Karl or Meath, The mamion wai originally a monastery Another beautiful place in the vicinity of Ilray, I Hollybrook, aomewhat noted at the spot where wa once tbe rraldenoe of the lamed Robin Adair. Not far from the en trance of Hollybrook, mar be aeen tbe birth-place of the hero of Abram, Grnoral Wolfe, who (pent here the entire part of hit life. All along th coast from Ilray to Ark low, forty-five mile from Dublin, here I a aucceealon of iplcndld view and pictu resque scenery, whloh have rendered tbe County Wlcklow noted, attracting every year hundreds of tourists, desiring to see some of the boautle of tlae Kmtrald Iile. new Khali Ladle Wear Their I lair A lady correspondent tbut briefly dltciui ei the above question I Something limit be done, and that quick lr, or we ahall have all our ladyahip scud ding under bare pole. The mandate of fashion have been ovor sever for three or four yean, and now we are paying the pen alty of our devotion. Kugeuie a hair I get ting thin on the top or her head I Well, the ha plenty or companr In that affliction, ir that I any comfort to her. The waterfall, cataracts, rat, mlco and the thousand other diabolical contrivances of hairdressers, have all tended to one object to strulu at the roots of the hair by lying and twlating In every possible war. The natural couso quenco It tb downfall of tbe glory of wo man. What shall wn dot Go back to tbe fashions of shepherd simplicity, and wear our own ringlcta over our ihoulilcril Alatl for us who have locks like unto the needles or tho pine tree, and whose tresses have aa much spiral tendency us tbe moat rigid of pokers t Who will come to our reliel, for tho waterfall oppretseth the bruin, and hcidarhea are prevalent among us. let sown hairdressers arise who will free us frosn thrt bondage, and great will be bis reward. A Chapter er'rlanc. The Italtimoro papers or Thursday furnish tba lullnw lug list or crimes and casualties, the result of one da' ellort in that city. About '.J ti'i lock P M Wi dnesday a party of drunken and ilisotilerly men were pntsing alone. Urn nlwny shunting and glorying in the result uf the i-loitioli A polioeiuaii named Harrison was alto passing in Ihe vicinity, 1 ami tome of tho ioiikIis, thinking him good R.11II1.1I" game, tired u shot at biiu Ho returned tho 111 11 lit tending tiro shuta lu nmoiig tbem They alto cutilinucd to tire, anil n little battle wu kept up between thu officer and Iho crowd. Durlug the melee a mail named Juhu Vance, an employe ou , bntird the steamship Carroll, lying at Hen I tlcrton'a wharf, wat thot by some peratvn unknown In the tuck, ana daiigoriiutly wounded About tbo name time Mr. Wai. Cultler, an employe in the Custom lloc.ee, was shut, receiving the ball in bis left huid, inflicting a puinlul wound. Hi wound I alleged to liuio boon iullietod by An xrcl dental shot from a pistol in tbo haralsof polui'uiuu lint rleou. AJbout the inma time, during u ol!ilcal frarai, on Cheinut street, heat w ere exchanged btwccn tbe contend-li- partlea, during which John Root re r sired the r intents of a plttollnttie tide, inflicting, U U feared, a dangerous wound Andrew llagerty uul llaall Phl'Jini were, I arrested on, tbo charge of bavin 1 tired that shot, uud they ui detained to aiait an cm.-nmluutkin. A little later lu the afternoon, a desperate fight took plueo In the vicinity or Canal and Itaivk strels between a nivnber or disor derly peraoae, and the kU, Tba affair originated In a cowardly aUack upon Con stable Joseph Duck, by the nahahuaof a rum shop kuewn a "The Cottage on tb Run," to whom be had aaade blraMlf obnox ious by th faithful pnrformauo of hla dwty, ltuok, it seams, was Vktocked down and bad ly beaten, and whit. prostrate was shot by on of the part;, th ball taking efi'eet lu Us foreher.il, passing around and coming out uear the temple The polite finally ap peared, when lloroe tight ensued, durlug which a young man named James Hagau was severely shot in the foot, Hagan was arrested, together with lluco olbsri, chart ed wllh Mng Implicated in tbe riot, and all held to anawer Still another fight ocenrred about the amehour on Payette itreet, between tbe police aud a disorderly party In hacks and barouches whom th officers tried te arrest. A furious fight wa had before the parties were arrested, A policeman named Me 1 rids wat roughly bandied and one of the rioters named John Cheney had his head badly cut by aa officer. Ihe pollc finally conquered and thn party were locked up. About three o'clock Wednesday afternoon a man named John Root wa aet upon in Chestnut street near Donglas, by a equad or disorderly men, and during the melee re ceived what the physician agree In pro nounc log a mortal wound, tbe ball entering the bladder and passing almost entirely through hi body. Fhy.lclan were mm moned but could do nothing forblm, and although he waa alive up to 1(5 o'clock P. M., no probable hope were entertained of hii recovery. Two men, named Andrew Hag gerty and llaall Philip, wore arretted upon if if h"Kot having done the shooting, harllrr In the day, two men were engaged In a fight In Fayelt itreet, near North alreet, when one if th men ran from hla opponent, and In doing so be passed through a lot whereon a Mr. Johnson wu excavat ing. He pressed heavily upon the edge whereon a wall wu built, and caused the whole mw to fall upon Johnson, who waa caught between Ibe itonea and earth and aeverelv Injured about the breast. He wu promptly recued by niig hbors. domestic Tirnvn or new Yonic, On rarnlehlaa a Urate. People, ai a rule, have a very wrong Idea on the aubject or furnishing a honm. They are too fond of going In th track of the old acbool, and never teem to think that In the present day, with the changes that hare arisen in other matters, there la now room for improvement In their own house. Hut no. fhey art wedded to an old form, and will not even consider whether aome modern appliance! andvlewt might notb really better than tbe time honored notion! of their grandmothen. 80 they go on buying certain things which always have been used, and consequently, they uy, must be neces sary In the present day and add to the charge and expense In an uncalled for and needle way. For a dining room, they think they most have lx mahogany itralgbt backed chain with horaehalr ituffing A mahogany dining table la absolutely necetsary, and they would rain possess a mahogany sideboard also. In their sitting room or parlor they must havo a straight lounge, like a Imall beditead, and two unwelldy " euy" ebaln, be tide one or two knlcknacks, meant to sit upon, but certainly uuadapted for the pur pose. In ornamentation, too, they possess peculiar notions, which they themselves would lie the first to call erroneous, did they striouely reflect upon the matter. In this way they spend for furniture at leut twice u mnoh ai they have any necessity for do ing, and are In the end not comfortable. Their houtet, also, are badly furnished, and want tut In decoration. Thli Ii all through a wrong view being taken on the subject. Expensive things are not really always th best or worst useful, that Is, not In every cats ; and the appearance of a home will not exhibit taste and beauty in proportion to Ibe Money expended. oU It, Taste U th.s great thing wanted Inmost of inch houiei and laite aid cheapnen can go hand In hand torether. One great point in furnishing a boul Ilea In tbe paper of tbe walli. A bad paper will make everything In the room exhibit a falie appearance, while a well tinted ono of certain neutral pattern, will on the other hand Improve the artistic effect or the room and It content. For a sitting room, where on naturally look for more elegance, a quiet, aoft paper ahcrald be chosen. One of not too decided a pattern is best, but If tbe pattern be delicate and artUtic, that would not b an objection, Ai to llnti, a pa per ihould b telected which will look well. A cream-colored paper, or a light buff, would look well, but then it would aoon get dirty. There I an objection to green tint because of tbe arsenical dye used in their preparation, but a soft green certainly looks remarkably well In a room, particularly If it has a low celling. The best tint Is, however, a light bluish gray, or what Is termed "neutral tint," which will harmoniie better than any other color with the carpet and furniture, no matter what ahade they might be. All gaudy, flowery patterns sbouldbe carefully avoided , they show bad taste and seldom look well. For a dining room tbe paper ihould be a warm crlmion j or a quiet pattern of any other color, with group of flowers In the centre tracing could bo chosen. For bedrooms a quiet psper is again the best selection. All those eccentric geometrical patterns with waving lines anu large bunches of wall llowert and hollyhocks In the middle are unadapted For a hull and ataircase, a marble stained paper of a dark brownish yellow tinge will wear best and look best. For carpets it must be said that a drugget of a neat pattern will look better in a room than a gaud y Ilruetel er Airalneter carpet. Tbe pattern aheuld be chosen to agree with tho paaer or the room, and not be antag onistio to it. For a light paper a dark green or large patterned crimson and but! carpet will suit best. For thn darker paper of a parlor, the house furnisher must have a thick set pattern one In which the aubject 1 brought into a small couipus and woven over and over again such u a pattern of small squares, with a deeper tinge of the main color In the centre, A rug or two might not be amitt very often a cheap skin of some wild animal, neatly braided round with scarlet, looks bettor than any thing else. Fur thn furniture Itself nf the rooms the buyer should select what be really want In the first luttanco that Is, the absolute necessaries and afterwards choose any or nameutal articles he has the money to spar for A good dining table can be bad of deal, stained to represent mahogany I'll I s will only cott him about a fifth of what real mahogany would he sold for, ami will be quite at usiful If a neat table cover In kept over it when not In aitiro use, it will also look quite us well 10 bis room Hla chairs had better be strong, and black wai nut 1 best for the purpose. If unpolbdied, they look 11111I0 aa well as rough oak wood, which was the fashion aome little tlmo bock In Kuronn. An east obuir or two can be bought for a few dollars, and the addition of ciLshituit, sthiih can bo made at home, will make' theie as comfortable ns any moro expensive ones that could be bouahL Louiigcscnn becouitiucled inyour drawing room, agulust the walls, or bettveon tbe win dows, of simple woed, covered over with cloth, and stulled Some pillows, fringed, with tatsela, will improve their appear anre greatly, and they always gita a good, coin foi fable look ton room. Fancy chain should generally be ctohewesl, m they are easily broken, and are only ta look at, howetir, ono or two of tkose, ft of 110I itbed walnut, might be adiltd to ceuplcte tbe effect of tbo eittlng-roora, A few engra vings, pioked up cheap, nnd mouiilad In nar row black walnut frames, with a slight gold beading Luslde, (tho franicoau b bought rof about $410 i apiece,) around Ibe walls, will look ve:y well, and they act oil a room won. derfully, Should, the nouw furnleher alio want a piano, lav can bice one at o roiuh per month, with tbe option of purchasing it at tLn end of a certain period, and ha nog all tbe mousy be paid rut lis hire reiUtted oft tbe purthase money, Tbe bedroom furniture should be- good and luhatantloL Iron bedsteads paiuteJ. are the best, and tin ware la to a great em tent nrefsrabl to crockery ware. Uy liar tog closets la the rooms, the Moeiiltr of heavy bureaus will be done awnv with. The bedding and so on, had best boooueat new, and a lair prloa paid for It, aat as to get tt good If the advice contained la this article Ii followed, it will be seen Uat a bouts can be furnished very cheaply, and very comfort ably, if taste is comUned, with a certain knowledge of what the IXirnUher ii about Tbe comfort and velcji, as well u the ap pearnnce of a "home," do not accesiurllv lie In, Ui actual r,oaL. ' "' 'TfTgi ETaaatlBj Rem, Marketa. A. New Yor. Saturday, Nor. 10, P, It-. Th afternoon quotation! of Hie generat Stock market, compared wllh those ef yeawl terday afternoon, .how a decline In prleeoj of from X to 2 per cent. Government wertr iteady and quiet Oold wai heavy, and aalaT down to MIX. Th gold export Hat tUet week amount! to $t,0.T7,KO. Bxehaarti on Ieandon closed at 100 a 10C,l4' per ak The loan market waa euy at 1 a 6 per oeak. on call, the ditcount demand being llgkfc. Prime endorsed bills pused at 6, good ev doned nlnety-dayi at 6J a 7, and good aiav gle name 1 at 7 a 8. On 'Chang toJay rietnv was dull, and 10c. a 25o. lower. Wheat wear 2e. a 3c. lower. Corn wu dull, and priej without decided change. Oat were qtrl. I ork wai tower. Ileef waa iteady. Latrt wai lower and Whiskey wai quiet ALU AT THE BTOCE BXOHANdB. ritsr atotan. fiiVS'i'.'V! !,' CBteaO IT $ a. -a sins s:S?i JJ 'to. or? loo dt ..iS. iii&j Vtiit !- .f I" rKiliM.i, ,..4 lCOto ., , atv UI tat j. ' ' aTJat WceO.B,a.lMor, or if ? "'" a .,li ."J7"' "! H" MN.T,Ca.B,tlTki no da. ..imall let la 400 dt ei Ilia lieMUti.fi. .m, imh.4 tt r ' lSfl Moo D.U ex W. let. lop 5 at anil '23 SWW.'iSi.iS,i Wei1?!,. f OS WUkSakauT. til H Je.CktV7:fc:li. M Watt Ualta Ttl. Ill, 10e CM. B. O. B. jl J ., dt.Bot.Bx. MS) 44 tt... iaa ft Wtrlptaa Mia.... 14 too Uor. rae eC ll E-.ii(H no?r-'L!r:S3 .gA-eas .SchtirMfSiiSI IB Aa.Ei.Ce..., W luo UILABI.P B fi 00 UalltrOoal. . tl toe 4," . 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Bu) Djipeptlrt ikaald aal frUI la trr a Battta tf Dr. Bmltb't llreprpelt Aanlfcllttor, It tt a aar rare for line dlalitaalBit ecmplalar, larpot M Baaaai Btooad wu Wmtemiburih. aa Madame Ilelmar la Baapplaai ax Pfav TM HrMdwtr, wkert abt wlfl tatlr btr tatla tatniel for fceaetlfrlof ibt aomtl.xUo, An, alaa aaa? irril bttr rtatortr la Ikt lidlee frtt tl ibarga. LM A Mondrrfnl rare. A l-'eulleanu raaaVb la tn Ntwark Bin tbat 1 1 baa lean a eafTerar Bbbb dreptpala for aval latatr ptaia. aud bit baaa csaraa br naial all nattlaeot Or. ftmlll'e Urepteala iav bilalor ltpos4Botlb td el. tVlfUameborin. na CleihlnaT The beat place lo bar aeaj tnd warm fall and winltr rlatbln It at B. II nAl.UWIKS. Not. 70 tnd Tt Kowtrri tb lat. last aiMrlmta. lu Ibt cllr and prlooa ttaa. Bte CITtl.KY -Da Frtder.tlh In.L Merr Carttf, U tbt oath i etr tf btr Mt Ttit rtlatitee and frlfnde ef tta femUr ira la. tita-1 to altto.1 Ibt fanertl, from btr lata raaldaaaa. tet tv tat Xtfrft it. Itiie Mondar morttln, tl tt, aota. tbaoro tt tit Mlchstl'a Church, 8AI at,Ut takaaat luib trie, abtrt t Uoquleu) Mate will ba aatebralaa for tbe re-tei of her eoul. laouaitaa piport ptoat copr. lib IIEAI.rr-fB Baas'tr, Not ILTtrtta HoaUr, rouDiaet deoiHter of Mlrbaal la4 Kaaar Ueaiart arid trtsrt and t mtntba . , . ,. I lie (rlande and aeuualntaneea af lha farallr an rtepoetUUr tattled lo allrud tba I una ral. IVaa, bar pei.nl.' iceUanrt, fcoattcll m tu Taajdar afltruton, Ntv IS, at t o'clock, IXI U AI.ONK On Not. 101b, Carolina Trr aaa llilta. Mad I rnontka aad B dare, Fuaaralwill taka placa from tba rrtldtnca af hay partale, 1ITM B. 4Iaf at, tblt Macdar -nwatal, al ll, o'clock 1T4 VINARP-Oa Bandtr, No-n, 11, Catkarlae, last b'lltttdwaft of Edward Ulnard.ln tbo ClVk raaa all ktr ara. anatlrtof Co.Trroat, Irtland. The frlande of Iba famtlr, and iboaa af aa. krolbar, Fatnak Utillnn, aaa reeptctfullr latltaat. to atlasa tbt fontrtl, on Tiitadtr afltt eoa. Kat- It, al 1 o'clock, from bar alt italdaac. S lla., tn it. rem fill J papari parait capr. Tl alO)Rt-On Bundtr, Nor, II, afltt a UanrtM) lllntat,blckhl bora ah Chrl.lUa lartllada. ata cbaal i. Meora, aod It-aara. Tha rtlillttt and tjttnda f ttal hmllr, alto, hla Vmktri, Daniel, Edaird, Thcanat aad Jakat, Mtora, art nvitettd la allena. Ihj fonartl. ftraa. tkt rtaldenca of hla. Mrtnla, 10V Ualbtrr lt,aaa, liaadar aflirnoon, iStb laat. U I. ttbxk. ttAa ramalBi wlU kt Ultiavtd la Caltsx Cacelarr. BOUEETB-BodJaalr, aa Nr. 1Mb, al tablet. A, M.oTboarl dkraaaa, AkliaQ.Kobtrta, BlaVw t Ailaoaltobrta.a4Mraa-Bai!tBaalha. K.oerU MoaaeTTi Vclocak F.iC. al Ib real I aaa af ktrta,JiauU.BkrStt4Lvltt. XI BUrrn-Oa Baa4.r tfOfjlM. .kalU telack. MUlhaar a aal Ik. tba UaarttA aaa afaTaAaiaar aad llaaara KeallV, at.4 it taoalnt. , Tka rtUllftt aBttfrltsidt a tba laJl en rta--' fallr latltt .ta alU.1 Ut t.nksaj, UU Utftfg, af traota. at 1 e'eWa. traaa ta tssadtr-l af kaV paraalt,4 Ata.aV W f BINCLAIB-At RaUkta. a B lata J BatrakraV Ntv.lLUtrr BMwUaaf Ua,kaoak.Bialalr. f Tka Irltaclt sad ralailttt of tka fetall alti nw tpttlfallr tattle! ta alwad tba faaa-al, fraaa keej lala ratiatoat, BUT UleoanflaU at, aa Taaeday aJttaa aoon, Nat, II. tl lk .tloak, Tkt niaalatwUlk Uilia to Uratanod lar latariaaal, IM ISuLMtrtwter other DaOn.) ,,' I T