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YEAR. NlijAVYORK. Tl'KSt)AY, AtT.rST'l. 18in'. -- "-" lilcrvFcFm3
I rival of the American Minister
' in London.
1 o New Austrian Minister Sailed
, for Now York.
, Icndid Reception of Admiral Far-
ragut by the Sultan.
J irS FIWM THE SOUTH l'OLE EM'EDITIO.V.
a it vat HHir.it.v.
flrpON. Aus 17. The linn. Kercrrly Johriion,
American Minister, whu arrived at Southampton
' w day since In the steamer llalllraore, "till re-
na m Hut city He will pmUMi leave for Lon-to-motruw,
in J enter uou the discharge of lilt
ie. Mr Johnson Is the object of much attention.
) .oidon, Au,- 17. lion. Heretdy Johnton, the
j cilcairM'tilttcr, aimed In It-is city to-day from
onimin Aug 17 Ilaron ton Le.lerer, the re-
tljr appoli trtl Mtnltte- of Anuria lu V.hlt.(tton,
1 tic tncui tts or tl.e I.igal.nn sailed for the
ted states on Saturday last on board the ste.ara
.ONt'OM. All? 17 Midnight A great meeting
hi Torj j art) vii held at the Crystal Palace Ihll
esulutlon were adopted cxprelni Is general
j To ihc determination of the parly tu llrnily tup
if I the 0'iuich, the Throne, and I lie Con-litutlun.
Hnt.iv, Auk 17. Lute Sulttrday afternoon a
net' inquot wn held on the body of Mr.
1 Uy, who wa murdered by his tenar.ta In Tip.
try nn that day. After hearing a mas of evidence,
I Jury brought In a verdict of murder, but took
oeratlon todcprcc&te thu conduct of Mr. Scully,
suggested that new and mors liberal laws were
Jed to prevent a repetition of such accnet.
oxaristiNorn, Aug. 17. Admiral farrago!,
imp .ui d by Mr. Murrl. the Minl-lrr of the
led States, tud an Interview wlln the Suilan larl
k, ut which, after the interchange of compll
iti and good withes, III .Majesty informed the
nlral Ihat Ihc fiagftilii l'ranklln Mould be permit-
Ito I' it through the Dardanelles to Conilatilluo
hould the Admiral to detlrt.
en. Ignitticf, the Ituolsn Atnbastad-ir at Con
itlno. le, lail week entertained Admiral Far r. gut
the o3Icere of the Reel at n grand binejuet, given
he Hues. an I.rf atlon.
Norlli Foil- F.v.iliirltig llapetlltlnn,
Iiiilin, Aug. 17 The yacht lirrmania, which
' Hcrgrn. Norway, on an nj edition to tho north
r, Miiiiiicn tie !SW of June In latitude 7l"s,'.
wa steering due north. The tea waa clear of
risjyci.ii, axu commuuvial.
fiNpeiv. Atljj. 17- I" M The following are th
lag price ai the Enoch l Si-haiiae lo-tlay Cou.ols
uoi.) Id. no. lor ae count, '!'. i l nliud Mstct live
. ' i nly foiid...!, t Atltiiitc e-.delet.at Wrvternehsrc.,
I $ hne lUllwar ilomt, Illniuli Ceulral Kallwy
i ,." ivrniimt, Ane. 17-5 r. M Cotli-n Tlic mar
i clt d ncllve at folly d . advanee o er lle
II rt at Hie u coin;, aotlthr inarHet ttlll lendturwardi
J .ale o ttte da) Ur been fully ',nflliilrof all tort.
j.rleitol Aniene.ia de.ini tlui clnvtl a. rollout:
f dilnj uidi.rtt, 10 VI. uinll.ni tirleara, llsd
1 ad't'itlt-Wiieai 1 cHiiei. thouKb price are quota-
, E unaltered 1 rotltloni Lurd l quiet aud tteady at
I Id. f !
1 .inii.m An 17-S I' M. -Calcutta United hat
I .li-ialt.uud It dom q..oted ataJt
, m.ihixi: .i:-m.
( CivTnM. Atijr, 17. -The I.lierpool and O-eat
ter- M itlitii l iiuii-ai.i'a tu.iiiiei l naito, Clpl.
tton. h ih It'll New Wrk ur a, arrlied heroii..
i .li II e n ay tu l.iven HI
t YraowiL. An:. U -lite tcaini tp ftnravian, dpt
i wn, of Alh'n't tlite, vrloi-b left Qurbac Auj,. e, ar
d heir to-dny
niMiN, Anf. 17 The tteaimhip finllt.from S'cw
k, arrived at llieiiieihaveu eury onllie in .rulnicof
Kriilnn Intnaliin KtiM-rlfd luCanndn,
.INi atnx. Alii;. 17 Tin' commandant here hi"
l Ired iiittructlon to hto troopt lead) aud ui.drr
s at hutt notice.
be ConimUarlat Department l now nrtlrely eu
od In making the nrcentary arr.insementt,
he Fuar.l at the Prorlucul I'lnilentlnry liti been
' 'TTAM'a, Aiir 17. Va;tie rumors prevail litre
I olli.- micLil.l n; of tUre tccofKtul.ini In the
I :hborhond of lip'drii'bur h.
i he men Monurr to tho IMdc Ilrlcide at rICe
tlce near Cneloa luve 1 rm c.iiii'ii m
nlera l.uve hi en lmuid to the military to be on
ouosto, Canada, Anf. 17 Two thontind vol-
i iii nrr to he callod out for three weikt and hti
l I'd with the rekular. Ih.' ComniitairUl lie
I iment hero have lectlvod orderi tu protide aup-
, corce II. HinRJ, the C7iI-hjo detective, nt
U(ht before the police m.i;.ttra'e this morning
' i ch imr preferred ty Mi", ilvn Thnnipton, ac.
vd li" him of hell i; Itupth jted In tho ezpritJ rob
W r- lie wa r'tnanded until Thurtday,
Iiie l!ev. Moiley I'untkon j ii.nrrlcd on Patur
, at tho ri aulcnce of the Kev. Dr. KyerbOii, to hia
'lifted vi.'.v'n titter,
r John A. Mardunih! and inrtyhive arrived u!
:bcc, and will proceed nett lu the morulnjr.
r IihIIiiii liiatncrr In Knnnirainl Ac
ililrul nil llil 1'nrlllc ltnllar
' )T. I,oi i, AtiK. 17. DoijiAtclics fnmi Solo
fi Cily, Kaiiiat, Ute tint the hot We Indiana were
lirttil riithlu H mllea of that pUcc at dajllht tint
' minx Tl.elr tticut . I e tlmatrd at from VK) to
XJ wiinlura. They .in ro urted a h'.vliij qV
' I xd that tlii-y aie Ko.rf (o clevn out the white tct
, i ncnt" on all tr.eie i.r i 'Ihc wumea and
. hlreu arc coinlni: lu ver) fail and thu town la
rly iiill of rrfiiRiet It it ujoni'd that a iKtach
: nt of tuldlcta had an eniiKmn'iit with tl c timet
j I iUrdji, bi-'n-en tl.A h-.lo on ir.d byline Hiveia j
t the Idlers were ulppel, marly .ill the ici-Kit-
hul l-' 1 1 K - iiiToitn led, and eight
lie pe a m killed. Thu aittlcrt for 3.1 mil. t alone.
. roi iiioii Itivrr dae i ion diltrn cir. (lovernur
' ir.'.l i 'ii inline, ur'iiil'.i.i? the mllltla, aud
I qti.ol had gone to the irllrf of the tilers up
i rlvci : I" i.thi r froot " vin :1. foliuw aa poou n
y rcc Ived arms und ammunition f .om Topi La. A
! J ,fol lo-.i e li. 'uusau no.v iuoln toward the
j ri.ubli. " V 'IW
I II. n On aha ICNpaMi aayt that a roiittructlon train
, lluie I i.l. u l'ai r.c It. ill ., ., i.i ii.icL.iuz towar.lt
V"ii' 'd'lo'i on Bjii'May, r.n ovir a cow,
1 liow ft ic ci o m oil 'a . ..A. -illi.i; five men
I 1 1 won nil e twelve oihn". Tvio if the latter died
Moiritu, Atij. 17. A lula of new coltou 'vn
tJ clvedto ,1nyiiomWalilnritonCounty,SIItl-lpi)i.
,f HoaT' n, Ail);. 17. A man natni d L'utiniiiliani
aru i o "i on the I.owo.1 Kallroal In East Ctitu
d d,e, on Sat irday, and k.l cd.
ji rrvdi'tick Jones, n llotton mfretiant, has given
1 i.Ujii to the Andovvr TnenloKiral Seminary, to
I rd tho foti uUtloii of a Profrttorthlp of LlocLtloD.
, anili Iph Sla.iko aittrnuli'il In ntnlnale Juilye
zo, ..li' of '.Ik mot pop.-..ai JiutUos of thi: Tea. e
c. st, I.i. nit. to .1 1.. '.' i"e he lott a suit lu the
I tee', l onrt br kummcr.
t llAMiuonc, Auk. 17. The Eis-nUr; Comntn-iat
0 in t tli .t to On .it lu, I'iiq .i 'cert I eJ Ihc lot! by
, i rol.ue. v of ! c I'.'O'.'t I lj nk amounts to ilo,&0,
IIkii. .ktoht, Oonn., Aug. 17 Two bojs fell
to the r.ir at htrntfoid oi a i ur lay, and one of
V riii, i m od John . wlituin:, n, ri 11 jeirs, was
towned. The ho y i- reimoiod SumUy. The
" tccjid wa a Ntw 1 mLer, and a tcl.o.nr at HiJ;e-
I li:k's Ac 'i'u.
f St. I-ncis, Austiit 17 Vonnnn Krulte tuts
i -ll" Uxnocri't lorllhel. In connection with an
1 tide ro intll pub'lh. d lo th.it paper. dHCilbius a
" in bi. tuh' "gal at Kimte l.y Mitt M.lllo Johtiton,
I I.cn itv rili. I,i.i tn-, hi) licach of proiclic.
I rti'te claims JS,uri damage.
e llAhTluont, Aug. 17 Last nlsht it was dlscov.
' k rd that tha I'cople's Hank of this city had been en-
"' rid by bur,i.ari. the vault blown open and robbed
Its conttnlt, tontlttin? of Inuiiry, bond, and a-
t' .rltles belont'lu; to the Ilir.k.and valuablea of a
1 l, mllar character which hid been deposited by Indl-
duals for safe keeping T!io Dank itself loses about
V t oou as far at ascertained, but the entire loss Is not
t l knovin.owlnt to thi nhtenco firm the city of the
. bpos'tort, who arc Hit- pilmipal lottrs. The de-
I alve. have .omtc uc to tl.t thluves, and arc now
runui! of Iheui.
COLCVDtt, S. 0.. Autf. 17. The House pasteJ
the bill putting the negroes of the Slate on an equal
footlrg with the whites. Tho colored members de
mand the right to hotel tablet, beds, and all licensed
placii. Several while llrpuMlrans voted agalntt,
declaring tint on the question of race theyruutlgo
with their own color.
rkMni; ti-i-iiont of the tax law passed without op
potl.lon ,..-d. .
The Oovcri or hat at )ct been unable to raise any
The Pnnernl of Thndileut Htevent,
I.tiCAsrii, l'a., Aug. 17. llurlr.ftt Saturday
the remains of Mr. Btevens lay In state In the parlor
of hit lale residence, and were visited by many
hundreds of hit friends and eonslltnents, who were
ansioua for a last look at their old friend and repre
sentative. The street was crowded during the whole
time the doors were open, and op to a latehonrtn
the evening even, aitor which many were sent away
On Pund.vy, centrary to the Intention, the Iramene
prc-i of visitor", persistent though retpcclful, canted
the relatives to admit many to tee the remain, and
nnmhcM of our cttlaen took advantage of the op
portunity, knowing that to dty hi constituency of
the district would be wltlng their turn.
Dirij this morning the coffin n again nrer.d,
and the ciow I again commenced poufng through
the. rooms. Tb collln was decorateJ with wreaths
and a crnt of eiergrcen and while lllir. The fare
wis becoming romewhst discolored, hut the ovr-re.
"I. in wa the taire, and all who had known him
agKcd that the ritrctshin was more natural than
they had eapecti'd.
1'ievlou to the arrival of the train the rerp'
of the vicinity began to cme In hy hnrdre.l",
the vehicle llnli K the "lrts ard he peoplethc
tldewalkt, glvlrg t ime Idea ol the irowd we miaht
espect later 'lht first tnln brought frcmlls-rl.
burg tlov Deary, Hi-na'rr taineron, flcn. Ilelntrel
man, eversl oSrers of the department", and a nam
brii cltlien' ard Irom York auothei large dele
gation, among whom wc ii'itlcj the Hon Thome
K Cochran. Tliey proceeded to vilt the remln,
B"d ng ome dimen.ty In rraihlng th door, on ac
count of the crowd, even at that early hour. Mill
they came, filling the tltectt, the trere eg.
ending anytl ing witteteil bete for years,
hul there wat nn coiiful'.n or dlterdtr,
a I too cm, mon, but all seiipltig to icallre Ihe so
Irmmty of the occasion. Indeed, fir thvlow of the
fallen rrest trem to cover the whole community.
All dllierir.ces arc laid "l le, and all nulte In (r-tify.
Ing the ritjeet ..Ita which ths life long Jenlttcmy
and devotion to principle or Thaddru Steicn ht
Inspired In ih fru o le and opponent". The trains
westward i oit nrrlvid, the tegular one bring
ing large organised ililf tnt..i. Pom various
point" aline the ronte, one of the tlnett of
whl h came from Westchi tier The tpeelvl train from
I'hil.delphli b'ouaht the Mijor and councils of that
t ly. del'tate f oiti the " Inilnclbles" and the Cnion
League, thi latter carrying a ppbndld lisnner distal
it. mourning, and ali a lepvtentatlon from the col
ored iliiaensof I'hila li Ipl la, Incli'.ltng aCominlttre
frniii Ihe Ham ekei l.nci ir lntitule. The rltv was
by this time lllerally t iled b the vat crowd, and
now Ihe various nrganltitlont hcRan to inuirr for
the rnertlon, all turning cut In large numheii, and
iletptte tho dlfl.cult.es luilumt lo the crowded late
of the streit", tlicy were promptly fnrmed by the
cihrlent n.tr.lnl l'..l. V. I,, llair. At J o'clock the
ervlce nt the hnnte weie commenced with an lu
vocation by the llev. A. 11. Kremir, of the Kitit
Dutch Ke'ormi'd Church.
Then f. How ed a prayer br llev. i: II. Neiln.
The set n was cloed and conirjul lo the t.e-irio
by the bevrers, and the line ol procession tn(in
louiliii fnllon t :
C tain of Police and City P.'llcf.
ttuPf Maitliai and Aiilt
the 1 ire liepaittneni
(The "Shlllers" had ihe letl. u hi ni. Hie company of
vrhleh the driea"ed wai for many years a member and
Tho tl'y Comet llsnd.
The Mayor, Cnnneil" and Sihoid Hoard or Laiictuter.
Conniy Ultleiisand L'iiiiu.iMai.'suniuersor the .N.uln
The Meilu ni hai nlty.
Mlmhers ol llin Pre"..
Trutut", Kscnltt, and ttnrtenii of tie Pratiklin and
Msr.hsll Colleee sndetste formal Kihool
. Muntcity lxvtge ot tljd 1'vltow"
Junior (infer of Amerlcsn Mechantrs.
Dcpntstioe" ot culoriM citliens of llillatfciphla sal
oihir f Ian s, Ine.ndirg a rrprrtcratatlon from Ihe
lUiaid of ai Jer nen of wa.hinition City.
Vn.on Icarus ol rn.i.acli.liin. wuti .ir"icl lanasr.
Major aa.l Co h.cIU .f ChllaKlphU.
11 ir of Lan, siter
tlo. (lesr) 'Uil Hale oiriccrt.
Coiiuiitttte of Auaneuieult.
llcsrrc, a'tciided by a ''oinmitte of Kscort from
T1.0 telatlout of decea.ed in cirlr.gri.
The procession of eitltios which wa liil'nd l to
close tiio procession wn abandonri, as tlucroMd
was so (treat as to make it Impossible to form Into
line, and they inoted In nmtsis towards the burial
ground in advance of the procession pioprr.
The line marched up Houtl. iJurrn street to Ccnlro
square, out I'-iil Klug to I. linn, up I. line to Chestnut,
and down Chtttnut to the cemetery, w hire the va
ilous orgaiilisllons diildiil m tin right and left, sod
the cletgy snil hearse with Its iiltemlaiits pastel
through, and thi procession closed up lu Hit rear
Not one-tenth of the vast assemblage could find
"I Hiding room within the grounds, and the streets
m all sides weie Uoikid updunpg the inllrn pio.
tress of the ceiemoiiies. aid very few of btcissliy
coul 1 hesr tho voids of the speakers.
Arriving at Ihe ccmUtr; , lUe burial tervlce of the
Lullieinn Cliurch na rev I by the Ilcv. V. V. (lit
waldi alter which the llev. Dr. YVomber', of the
Si. Jtrae Kplscopal Churiu. drllveriit an elaborate
adlrres; In review of Mr. ateuiu's life aud char
acter. The Ilcv J. T. Ilurlock then read a rarer from
the Lutheran burial service, sfter whiili Dr. tirsy,
Chaplain of the Lulled Mialis Mnalc, uude I hi con
cluding rimaiks, us follows:
('litre s nf Lsni-N'tcr i.nd people of renntvlrnla, we
have lunu ht honis yur illntlrloi i1t ad -not ) ours only,
but our not ours, but the natiuu't. Our Journey Ir ui
tit lanital lo lour city wa marki-d lery .pinprtately
t') lings (tying at half tnutt, by the tollliKol liciil, slid
by Ihe tears of Hie people, a.nt in day, while we ure In re
eiiirage t lu ttie,e tad oh"e'iule",eonld we hear, tln-re-wuiil.l
euir.e to ear riom afar the vsil of sorrow, and ir.e
loi'ii'ls of grlif. I... ill. 1 we tee, we tlionht heliold not
I'.itlvtduvls only, but whole Mates standing wutllng
around ui pall hisrert. We nad hoped that a fslorin
Providence won d hnvespand your Ilct.ie.r-tst've al
lesit till tho dote of aoniher tvttiou of Cungie.", for
grnrofiurttlonsaie pending, Involving the ItiUrrati of
thirty inlll.olil of people, which .rem to in. to rejnlre
prominently hl sue eomtels snd rsecoMve skill.
Il.it It Is otbt-rwlie ordcrtd, and no douht wl.ely,
itrrefure wo how In sutitnhtlon lo the wl.l or 'i.e
Snprcme ituler who. when the clock i.f lime struck Hie
hour, rent llu At g,l to unhar the gatis of thi futare.
and raid to Lli servant,' v ell don... i cnnie up highrr.'
And i uw, till tie morning of the ftrsnrrertion, we cun
ml sli thst reinalus of our ilsparted irlend to ihe grave,
ni.d to the gi, iriiisntiilp cf it. at (lod wtio watches elrto
ovor the living and the dead t and as the mouth o( thu
gravei loses ui.ou this sacred dust, we will prayUintro
give to Venn' nt another tin lo Lanra.iei auotLar
cutxen to I'eu sjlvauia auolher ststitman- to t .e
ciiu-iry anoth' i patn.it to l..o poor another rrtend -to
irfedem anoiher adocute-to oar rsce anottier nenefac.
tor, and to tho world another mau like Tha! Jeus Stevens.
An .inttiem uIC"t In Peace," was supi; by the
choir under Ihe direction of Professor (nliler. and
the benediction was then t ronnunced by the Jtev. C.
II. Torrey, when the scrvlcs clocd.
The whole day has been riuiarkably free from ills,
order. The police nrrnngtinetits wero etci-lleut,
Capt iln l'ralleT descries much credit for the crueimt
manner If which his duties were illcliari'd. 'Ihe
spontsnrotis titi'vement of the wholo prople to dvy
demonstrute how fully the immediate lonstilu
ency ofThaddcus Hliicns appreclited his faithlul
nes In their n-rvtce. how tliey revered the gient
n ime which has now passed Into history, snd this
tr hule to his memory will not be fotgotton b) those
wl o wltiu sued it.
The nunilnr of persons In the procession and at
the cnruiiiy I" estfn ib I st n,mi.
i nmnTr-roi'RTii tmiiuT. A limit 8 o'elnok
last evening, ., tire occuriod ut the oil slunc works of
fUmpsini Chase, Highly foi rth strut, near Third
avenue, caused by the fslllng of a stone on a Mul l
1 imp. and r insing an eiplolun which set lire to thu
Pudding, l-ii" on stock aud building about f.VWJ;
not iusuied. Thu tire eilcndtd to the adjoining
linute, which was ihimaged about f a'.Ukl, owned by
Judge Kelly, mid (id upiod by his mother; ln"urej.
The furniture in the house was also danisged about
fl.'ioo, upon which there is l.u Insursuce.
Is Atlaniii; SritLgT. Yeatei.Iaj- mortiltiB, bo.
twrm J and !1 o'clock, a Ore brunc out In the lock
smith shop of Otto Ketin, 1W Alia- tic street. The
fiauies communicated to the shoo store of K. J. (llata
ineyer. n.tjoinliiu, In tho same building. Mr. KHm
helm; absent from the ell), his loss or the cause of
the lire could not be aacertalued. The lots on build
lug, owned by Mr, Glatzmtycr, was 1 1 ,0X1 ; Insure!
in Ihe l'heiilx and Long Island Companies, The
dam .go to stoik was l,(AJi Insured In tho llartfoid
Company. Three Im.ill.ee occupied the upper floors.
Their goods weie damaged to Ihe otrnt uf about
&), uiou wh.ch there was no Insuunic.
At OnAXGi. On tiitnday Inst a flro broke
out In Ihr bsrn of Mis. Mary A. Mathew" Orance.
Tho llstues commuiili..itril tu an adjoli.inrf carpmlrr
shop snd both wero hurnrd. Two horses and a lot
ol vuluable property wire divioyed. ll Is said that
ti.e Gru was caused oy a r,uu.hrr of bojs who delight
In witnessing Ihc operations if the new lire engine
procmed for Hie city.
WrtiTUT, Out,, Aug. 17 llrowit A Patterson'
foundry, wl lrh cinLlojed ovir 60 nun, wat burned lo
the gi ound ynterdjy. The lota la rstlmatcd al k ju,-uuu.
Tencliera' Nntlonnl Conveutlou.
NAuiLLt, Aug. 17. Tho Teachers' National
ConventioD met at the Capitol till taornlDg. A
large number cf delegates and spectators were pre
sent. Tl e session wss devoted to the consideration
of the question of National Superintendents' Also
clatlcns, and various other subjects of Interest were
Jtscusscd, The lion. Mr. Ilsrnard, who was eipect
ed to address the tuetluig, did cot pppcar.
(ptilsi lvitstebe. to The Sun
Y"A"imorne, Anj. 17.
irronri to iiati coNancit tut tx srrriutiia.
A nttniber of new Southern Ccnrettinen are
making a movement to get Congress to meet In Sep
tember. The reasons they have for nrglng this have
not as yet been very clearly set forth, though It Is
believed to spring principally from fear that tho
l'rrslilenl will not allow peaceful elections to take
vita coiokib mum.
Tho War Department knows nothing of any
order from Ihe President looking to Ihe disbanding
of the colored mllltla In this district. An order for
IM" purpose wa given by Mr. Johnson In November
hl,bjl returned by (len, Emory, with the endorse
ment thst there wa nn authority to carry out such
order, sine mart'al law was nut In forco. There lias
been nothing approaching riot here, and all talk
about It Is for political effect.
cu.iTivTLATgD ntcriox riucns.
Inforrr.atlnn, both from Mart lane! anil Ken
tucky, I" to the effect that the Democrats In both
lhoe etalet arc seriously considering whether they
cannot devle mean to send large numbers nf voters
Into Pcnnayltaola and Ohio, They say they can
spar all who can find a place lo vote.
rt-erRit or xn. tnnunutL.
The film ml r Mr. Trumbull was largely at
tended lo day. The President and beerelarlea Sew
ard, McCalloch, ltauJall, and Drowning were pre
sent. MR. ROLLINS.
Oimr.lsai-iner Kollin lias relumed to III du
ties. He wss this mon tng engaged for some time In
conversation with the Secretary of the Treaaury at
I Ihe hitlce's oilier. It Is dtfnltlvely settled that Mr
Ilotlli." w.ll not retire from office at leetl until alter
tl e ieascmbhng of Congress.
orivioN o ari-oiKtiNO cflLircron.
Mr. Kvarta sent to day to Secretary MrCullocli
his opinion i it appointing collectors of custom at
New Orleans nn,l in Ihe new Territory of Alaka. In
the latter case Mr. Kvarta has nn doohl of the power
of the President to giant a enmmlMlon, which shall
ovplre at 'h ilote of the nevt sestlon of Ihe Semite
A to the ?'cw Orteara Colli-ctor, which ofl'ee was
tnad vacant by the iralfiialion, 17th July, Dflf, of
V P Kelt gg, who on tint day took the ruth as
I tilted Males Senator from Louisiana. Mr. liiarts
1 am it errfnre of opinion that upon the well considered
and lot t ci.i.tinued Internee1 atlon ni this rtautcirihe
I rnslttuttun, Ihe Preside nt has rniwer to At) the rseanry
tultio. Tie if ''olleelorat Nrw elrlrans hy grati'tnr a
ejTinit"Hn that -btill eipirr at the endi.f Ihe ncet s s.
tlnn ofthe Heaslr, ani lhal the Tenure ofi'lvil ottlre srl
doe not In trims n... In mti-al,nor tn legltlstlvernnttrne.
tlnn "f ihl" eisuse or iheCoo.ittuflun. street this p .wer
or it e Presl.teni in the ca tuhmltleif ror my opinion.
Tl-r iltpoitl'it, I tiav" made or the peine Ipal fii'iu ry ad
drewe't to itiednnhihss tunrrsede Ihe need or a drnnpe
eoiislder atlon ot the nlteri'sthe advice which I am ke I
Tor as to Ihe rostble inmle of keeping ope'i ma
port of Sew orlesii" an t e itieeting the cuatoni. reve-nui-there,
in esie the I'reeldenl had not the porrnr
spi-dullnu aColleitor. 1 have, however, loo. 1 at
in. ur questions mtilcieoity to reel thai they ii.mlva
lustteit i.r anii'h dirar'i.tv, and that the ct.lng oi 't,e
liiMiith or tl-e vtisl"silpl to torrlgn commerce, anl tre
tennsf'-r nt tnt eomn. tree to ihe Atlantic poiit,n n
Ih so ocenrrencj of atonn.lu.g innuenre npnu vail in
tereslt. lam happy to Qnt no nntiarr." i.nte s i.i
tin tegular om.u( sdmini"irati id or Hie col..n ..if
tti- rrvu.ue at Se-s Orleans fioui ike dcfee-lof Einu
live uusti lu the rvmuet
l.lirlLl iso spirits.
Tin' section of tho new tax lull prohibiting (lie
dlitiilall'Mi ur rectification of spirits In distlilrrli s
loi ite.l within sn hundred feet of each other, will
Involve srversl complicated legal question", and Its
operation will be to suppress one of the e"tebllsh
uienis, where liny aic so situated. Many of
the Itifrtt ell"lili rira are In that prntlnili).
follcitor l'lnrklej, or the Internal llrvenue linresu,
has transmitted to Commissioner Kollin an opinl n
on this subject, liilerpietinr the law ceitisistrutly
with the abuic statiment, ullhoufh he ha not en
lercd 1 Lit into a lc' il ill-qnl"llion on ti e subject,
ILLNiii or oa-e. uawLliea.
den. Jolm A. liawlini.', Chief of Sluff lo flen.
Grant, Is eonflueil lo hi bed, haling had two hamoi
rage of Ihe lungs yetlerdsy. lie Is sou. e what let
ter ltd morning, aud II Is hoped that Le will be out
In a day or two.
l"ir tlio week ctnlinif on Tueaday, A nc SS, 983
mlent will bo issued from Ihe Pitent Oitee. Ili.r
Ink toe pat wck Seu appllcstlvns and 05 caveats
have W'Ui tiled.
AproiNTVgsT or siii'tnvison.
The npiolntiiient rf supervisors, tttnler llio new
tse liw, will now receive prompt attention from the
Sicreisiy. Nineteen nominitions havo been made
hy .Mr. Itolliu ; u;ul it Is rrobihir that a eonfi ii nec
In relation to ihese, s well a others, will lake place
to morrow between tl.e Secretary aud the Cnmtnts
"loner. The disposition I to make the appointments
as early a" prartii able, as the t uslness of the De
lurtiw nt deii,.iu.li lie alti'litiou of such oSkcti.
TIIL 1 RK ATT WITH CHINA,
The treaty between the United States ami Chi.
na, ri'iently ratified by the Senate, ha. lieen trvis
mined to ihe Chinese (Joreri incut for approval.
Thciel. re the rtitiilcatioui of the ticaly cannot be
Til UIVICAN HISSION.
Ocn. nniecran spent part of Saturday at
Ihe State Department with Secretary Seward, and re
ceived a purtlou of tut instructlor.". Ills other In
st'urtloiis will bo prepared pievloua to his drpsrlure
for M"iio, which will not lake place probably until
the latter part of neit month. The recently ratified
ci nventlon for the settlement uf claims has been sent
to Mexico, No commission will be appointed under
II, as ailpula'cd, until the final action upon the Ireity
by the uealuau (ioicrnmeut aud tho cicbsnipi of
Fecotul Lieut. I) Q. Itousseaii, I'iflli Infantrv,
has been ordere I In duty as Aide de Camp to llrcvrt
Major Oer.ctal flousteau, iommsnding the Depart
no iit of Louisiana, llreiet Colonel Cl aries C. Oil
licit. Seventh InTantiy, has born ordered to report
to Msjor-Oencral Mcide, cuumuuding tho Depart
ment of ihe South, for asl;nuicnt to duty. Col,
Kisnklln 1'. Flint, Fourth lulai. try, has been order
ed to the Department of the I'latte for assignment
to duty, llrevet Lieut -Col. Dewilt Clinton, Judge
Advocate ol tho Adiisory Hoard at the Loan De
partment, has been ordered to proceed lo New
York on speilal set vice.
The rislgnatlona nf First Lieut. Solomon L. Iloge,
Suth Infuutry, andbecond Lieut. John N. Tiavls,
Knurleiuth infuutry, havo been accipted by Ihe
The rullowlnj named additional Paymaster of tho
Army have bee n piutcrea out and honorably ills
charged, on account ol tin Ir services being no longer
riquirrdi llrevet Licul, Ci.lonil Thomas II. (lard-ni-r,
llrevit Lieut. Colonel W. II. Holt, and Hunt
Lieut. II. P. Wolcolt. 'Ihe Uecielaiy of War has ill
reeled Ilicvet Jlrigadler Ueii, Janus Tullen, Asals
tanl lutpictor (leneral, to procicd lo Augusta,
Maine, ami make a mil Investigation uf the causu of
the recent tire ut Ihe Kennebiilc Arscual,
manirrs tiioisanu rr.i:os rnusKT.
A vast concourse asrcmbleil ycalerdny at tlie
t'lilou (Irounils, Viltlamsburj!h, to witness tho
game of the Mutual and Atlantic Clubs. Tl.e scene
ol the closing Innings bailies di rcrlpllon. Tho various
good plays and phyi rs wero erected with cheers,
and a vt crowd kipt practising the 'cuoea-etcti .of
eacliemeutdiiilng the garni'. The Muluala did them
selves credit by playing their very besl gsme, while
the Atlantlcs were aa usual victorious. Thebsttlng
ot Ferguson, Mills, and Pikegave each a hntnu run,
and the pitching uf W oilers and Zittleln was good.
Picrco threw wi'h uiitrrn g ccrlaluty to first .bate
ami batted tafily, but was Icfl.utlta. Tl.e score
tells thu i est.
ATLANTIC I IICTPAL.
O. It O, '.I.
I'csre,s s i 0 MeMahon, r.f e I
81111111,41111 3 ull'oeleney, c 1 3
Mart, in b 3 a, Voliari, p I 3
l lispman, I.f. . ...1 5 Pike, I. f i 3
( rauc, c.r 3 l lialun.lttb v 1
Mills, c .... , i Jlnhrevet, 3.1b.. I 1
i rguton, ad 1 s.lisvjr, i. s 3 0
.nil, i.i. t o Bnanefell. c. f 0
Mclon.ilJ,r.l .... O FIatly.tdb i 3
lotal HI Total SI n
lit. 7.1. S.I. lib. stli. Hh. 7th. till. Mh.
Atlantic 0 I U 4 JO 11 0-1?.
Jlntuil 10 4 0 I) 0 4 0 3-11.
Left on taie Mutual", 3 1 Atlsnttes,3.
llomu rtiut I'lUe, 1 . 1 legusoii, 1 , Mills, I.
Fly catiliiS-Atlanllcai, 111 Muliial", II.
Foul bound catches Allantlcs, 3 ; Mutusll, 4.
Catches on ttriWet Mutuatt, 1 1 Atlautiue, 1,
Double plays Miituslt,.
I'mplra-Mr. Walker or Urn Active Club,
pcorert Mcttit. ( olt aud Monk,
'1 hue of UainoTa o hours.
To day Kckford and Mohawk on I'nlon Ground,
aud Knickerbocker und Kiccltlor on the Capllollne.
PiiiLAPgLi'itiv, Autr, 17. The Olympic, of
Washington, D, C played a gumo of base t all with
thu Athletics, of Philadelphia, which was won by the
latter by a score nf 33 to 117. The Athletics were
'' whltewiiihcd " once, and wcronnsnccistful in their
attempt to put a blank scoru on Ihu Olympics,
Iucuuomi, Vs., Auk, 17. The match garnet of
base t all between Ihe Maryland Club of Ualtlmoro.
and il.o IVUint) of KlibuouJ, resulted In the delcat
of thu latter.
Indianapolis, Anfr. 17. Tha match gams of
base ball between the Unions, of Morrlsanla and the
Actives, of this city, rctulteJ la a delcat of the latter
by a icoie of b toiiD.
Scddin Diatd. Margaret Ncssel, aged SI. of
433 Firth street, died ivddenly, last vctUnx, at
residence, from some cnkaoivo cauas
. I.V.jVi JS!USIIXAT1U.VS I.V '
Delnlls Jtndei lo .Tinnier Kvrry Promlnpnt
A cotte'pondenl of the CinHnnati Timn
v r 'e" a b-ilows feom Humboldt, Tenn., under date
of tug. It):
Thero I" a growing nneatlnrts nf the public mini
In all Mil" ni Ti nni's-ec. In many plnie Ih.-evil
hid Democrats ll.restcn lo slaiuhte. Ihe Statu
mi'llha if it I called out. I'nlc" the uillltlj Is eilled
out Ihe lUdleats may Jul as well glvo up the Stale
and fotego election. The Stile aiithoellles ulllicr-l-ilnly
call out the mllltla. The protection of
hundreds of pruceablo cltlien" who are bring
driven from their homes hy illegsl violence and
threats, and the "cenrlty of the elre Ion Ihl f.all de
mand that the mllltla should bo ue l to delenl tho
face of the state, (len. Pike ci I" nn the limine
men to swear eternal hatred to Northern people,
and lo murder all Nor'hcrn mm who rn the 1
Ohio, ai'd, n If thi wa not surf, lently blcs'.iy e.'iin-
scl, he write a mot Inthm-n.ilor two-rotuuin niil
rle. and heads It In large capitals : " Arm and set the
law at defiance."
(len Porre"t, In Mcmphl and at llrown"vll'e,
makiw mot hitler and liillanimatury tpeTchie, In
which, while deploring the conrq'tcnec ,,f war. and
nirectlng to delre "aee, he declares that wai l lm
mil mt, a thry won't stand the ruling out of Ihe
State mllltla, and If war does come there shall he no '
neutral" allowed, und the llrt pttrpo. of himself I
and hi frllo't e ntplntor wll be In mnrd'r " ill
while lladl.a's," We will kill all tho while. III. II-
col. If there Is any dl.llculiy," I In ard hi ctrry plaeo
whele then urr ei rebels and Kn-klus. i
Threat to vi the law at drflsnre, 'brents 'o mur
der the negroes who dare to acHa mliltia, and
thteats cf tpiclal vengeance against Soutni-hiirii
loyalist", a well aa glorlilc all. in of the lehcllmn. i re- 1
illcilons Hut the South will yet gi i all lor which I
she fought, are heard at all hour, and In all Hire.
The most momentous question of the hour 1 uhrlhrr
ltice threat", these predictions, these hoi1le' lemon 1
ttrat.ons mem another civtl war. or are inertly a I
game of blutf on a giand scute. If It means light,
will civil war ensue f
D It mean blutf, may It not bring on anarchy and
bl.iellcd T One of Ine rich tiieii of Mrmpiil s.i
eoiiviuced that It mean war in eiri.i't that he con
siders no bunk in Memphis safo, and hasent all his
money Last to he ilipe-siird lu I'liHsilrtphl hanks.
A very Intelligent merchant or Memphis wlhe to
settle np his hnslnesa and get away, a he I irariul
tint theee will berlill war this lull. In llrownsville
two lerson In ni live bu"im- told me yestenlty
that they wtsled tit sellout and g.'t away, n thev
apprrhrnded trouble In this plurn tlliiuiiKil.lt) I
f.nd one inun, doing a largo buslue"s, who wants to
noil out in. I gel away before war break out, .ind I
ilml a Southern slort'keet-er who thinks " Old For
re"t is g'dng ti bring on another fight, sure " Nine
Inntll" of all the white t'liloliMs and of Ihe black
believe that the c rebel Inlen.l logetup another
Many of them are apprehen"le of danger, Lnt
many are making up lln-lr iitind" thtllht') wilt not
t-e seared or driven aw.iy. I'liey will give the sreeli
anotnrr ftghl trsf. I meet very few h-ystMs whodn
not Ihink lint the ei. rebels menu mlsehlel by their
tbteuls and oulisgr. For my own put I rrgnid the
ro'.rse of the eelnd Demo, racy a a game ..r blutf
thst may revilt In civil war. War I" mil their pri
mary purpose, which Is to scare nwny whiio Uidlevils
and iru.btha negro, hut their course I very likely
to rciu'l In wide spread horrors and another rebel
lion. from lle Vimj Hi b.i, I ua.
The spi'ecln. of (Ion. Korn'st nnd llie lemler
of lien. Pike, threatening eviry while Hrpubllmn
witii nsi"ltiatliiii, hare tieen presented in ihese
eilunit.". Oen. K. V. Itneker, late of the rilie1 army,
in a po'dle spei'eh to tho Voiing .Men's ludope iident
D.moi-ialic Clnb, last evening, nnuounic.t ihe
iiii.ii.ly oignnlz.illnn and lnl"nt of the lebel still
l one eiplicltly and clearly. t'e have the refntls ol
I. i" "pei-tli .is alii u by the n bi'l muruliig papera, su
Hi it It can not ho slid that we mijjiiaU an j tiling.
The ,lnj'if saes :
i. en. hacker made a very eensit.le, t-uslnrss tils.and
ssld -niue inlugs which slruck Ihe i.all on the liad
elai-lly He Wierneil the Infamous seotindrels In imr
lm lit who are striving to eacltu and stir up the uvil as
si .ii uf the lanorsnl mssses an liair ly the nekru,si aol
wtiiti in deallv hostility to ea-ti oth--r, luaiiguratlng a
eirinial ol Id o.l an-t horroi -lie waiuvd them thai a
at. h was n on idem and their in-ii-. Sntnnattioii
e a nord .-seat-es a le'ilos eye -one set In petsceee
II. '- pes. ir pos-ible- hul if ll is hioki n.lo avenre every
rii.ip mat I. st'tlud upon tlicle wollhless carcasie".
It. y had better heed the wsrniuir.
Th .IruumAs reoils him as epeakli.g as fol
It seemed to be Ihe determination to precipitate a
resolution In T.Jihesse.. 'ihrret eteir indication or
It i and there se nothing which i-eoml'ri any lino, elte,
ir .1 he Him ili-l. enilnat..n to peeclpltale a eevoluIMn In
our nildl. what l our duly It wo Kleu up a war, It
wi'1 he c .Ih'd or tho olit iiaiin' or rel-ellion. hub nil to
l-v. ryllting ' 'lbs iliorn you sillniiit, the more they will
rriwd inn i ou couldn't dodge li. It will le sure lo
mill, vl'tmn the time cones, snd jou ran submit mi
longer, your duly will tie plain Ihe wh.te les'lees pohon
Iho nilndt ol tho ueitriHt, who, I am informed, are utitlcii
eeery nlaht. Ihl" meant intM'l.irr 11 la enough
lo tlartle you and make you nook tion't h ante
thsnegio. ellin him every llnlit. I t.aie heter been a
tlavehol ler, uhd alwsit hellevet our country w.iuld
have tiera better otf wlllioul tlsieiy, "lid wa a sort or
emsncli atlouitl. Hut li.ere ai- men lm liln Hie o-ar"..s
In llilselty i.i dlorder and tr.mhle , cipict to uct hhn
lino dlSlcnlly, and llien run oil lo -III ui ttrtu- In i liss
Noiili. Ihese mi'li teach lo negrms ineenllir) aeis,
mid I'VPeee to run uir I hey tliaitu.'t eel ""l lam
no hit Klnv do not know auylhlug al.out ll.em , hui 1(
lo nipei.t the I .listllutioil and lo so, k llie e iliirertii.-ni
or the law, ai o 1 John Ih'll adt'ti'd, aid lo v.l'fiir
H-)iiioir nnd lllnir meatit a Ku hlui, he wit rot
art. to Im ng eonsinered one. He i roH-.'d
iloih'uie to dlit'iih the .i nc lul elenienta ot soclely. lie
d'"liedthat they shoiihl enduro while men . oul.l en
(tor... I l.ey hsd a gii-ai tlsk, to ,lily P.r, and mutt i-l
si rial- sill Itic I'Sllcltue of U.iii, lemliil'' n en Put of ore
thina ll.ey should lu rrsohed, Ihst iti ineiteis of se 11
tlon, tha "liioiilntor. of all thubs I pass.,.) ot Hi u to
rant iiiaisi', whom lltey ruuningly uiaiiipulat .all
not tuecre.1 In scciiiupll.litng then delillsh wotk, ui d
f.-i out or town, ell ml they may b-t as well aifturvil as
liat tho tun net and telt.
In thla connection, ns corrntKirallnK Ihc ileelara
tlonsof (leu. lUcker, we cjll atiention lu the o low
ing letter whiili appeared lu the .l'mal ycstirday
in. i ul uc :
tlllor MtmMt Afptll:
The lnfsmous sheet nn I'nlon slrect dsnlr the stste
ment of negroc Oetlllng In llie subuehs r tin- city ul
nlaht. It is a thinlneant lai I tl.e vdiloe or Ilml sheet
tlooild utter tin tal". hood. It prove" hi. t-otllp lelly lu
the set, snd Ills coioi'iumniis of the iiialunaul iiuri'ii's
or ll.eaetors. I edvuo tin' Democrats ol thcclly, bulh
a hits and colored lo wauh his luovcineuts,
This evidently Is a part of Ihe plot of assasslna
tloti announced hy Oen. Itucker. Wei ur to be
watched, Our . cry denial of all knowledgo of negro
drilling condemns us as an accomplice In some sup-
f.oscd atrocious net. and this Is evidently the manlier
n which (kn. Itucker and his confedrratia prohutc
tu ci.iivlct those whom they wish to assulnatc.
ll will bo remembered tliat Ihe icbel pipers, Jntt
before the Memphis massacre, teemed with jut such
ttinclous caluuiiilesupon colored citirrn. Nobody
fives his name as voucher for their irulnfuliiisa, but
he air ll tilled with luniora of tho blood-thirsty de
sign of colored citliens and It idical leader". U hen
the rebels 111 keep tho pe ice and respect the laws as
w ell as these propose lo do as Judgt Lewlswellre.
maekid we thall have a inillenium In TrniiCKsre.
We rriieat again our assert un thst colored men am
not drilling. Heinle asked liny, probably, fr.ou
every part of the city and suburbs, and thoy knew
nothing and have hrsrd iiotlilng of such proceed
ing. If there waa such d'UUni1, we are conildeiit
thai It would hive reached u by omo other channel
than the rehel papers ; but wc can gel nu lisp what
ever of it Irom uuy utliir source). It Is simply and
totally a ena.lclous ihndcr, act afloat for tho wick
Tho ci ribcls, beforo ollcmpllng to drive lojal
men out of Tennessee, would do will to remember
that Ocn. (ieorgc II. Thomas commands the Military
Division of the 'I'liinessc, with abundant means at
his dit-oal to put down lawless and treaauuublc
'I'll. Cuttle. Illsense.
AinvNT, X. V., Aug. 17. I" view of llie con
tlDUcI apprchinslon of the caltle dUease, (lov. Pen
ton has siiiniiionuil to Ihn KsecuUve Cluimher Leals
Wallcn of Hulliilo, John htantnn (Tould nf Co
lumbia, and (len. Patrick of (luiciti, who, un
der clnipler 7PI. Isws of lahfl, are ronetl.
luti'd a Hoard of Commleslniii'i for tho pro
tection of cattle, Ac, fiom destruction by liilccilons
dlieasc. Aa the law give amplo power lo thla
Commission, it is probablo Ilml measures will ho
a lot tod Id addition to tho "tepa heretoforo takm hy
the Oovernor and the lUinnls of Health of Now
Yoik and In teveral other localities, to prevent Ihe
I n I rod ui thm. at far as poaidlile, of iufiitrd cattle aud
Ihe fcrlJ.tr spread of the dlsvuie.
IliniKOwp, Va., Aug. 17. Jmlgo Ali'xanilir
lilies Is out in a brief litter announcing that he will
support (Irani and Coll.iv.
Hiluuonii, Va., Aiy. 17. Mr. J. M. Hum
phreys, Collictor of this port and member of thu
(ityi'ouniil was irmoie-l fiom the latter posit. on
by luliitaiy iiuthoilty lo day.
IniAce, N, V., Aug. 17. At tlio Democratic
County Cutiientloii held lu this city on Saturday, the
l.'.lh, C. I.. Urant w aa chosen as dilcgate to thu titato
Convention. A resolution was udopled favoring Ihe
nominal ou of John T. Hoffman lor Oovernor, and
A. P. Lauln;, of Krle, for Lituli'iiaut-duveruor,
Ht. Louii, August 17. A despatch from Solomon
City, Kansas, sajs, (leneral bully left Fort Marker
to day with troops and one million rations. The
Indians are repuited lo bate gono towards Ihe Ho.
publican Fork. Oovernor Crawford is after thciu
with mllltU aud United States troops,
Arrival of Iho Nova Hcotlnn,
FaTntR Point, Aug. 17- Tho teaniihln Nora
Bcotlan, from Liverpool and Londontrry, for Quebec,
pasted this point about half psit 6 o'clock this
morning. Ube brings J cabin and 3H steerage ta
Trial or a Btiam Km a Knoin. Tha new
learner built for Northern Liberties Fire Company
No. E, of lb Kuteru District Depsrtment, will b
bald toll aftarvaoa. la Sa4 sieUllrQokLrn, K. D,
UMi.iioM) Accutr.xr tx vusxr.vri.
Tinln Tlirimti ir llio Trncle of Ihp Mhorr
I. loci Kond
Veim Me Stir llttrtn Jotrunt, .tsjtf. If
On Saturday ofiernoon, a the express train on
the Satire Line toad, whliU reache this city Irom
N. w London .it hull pal four o'c.ock, wa pilng
Jnl wetl of Ihe Stony Creek derail, Ihe engineer,
J ick Sindei. tllcovcii'd a lew rods nnen.l an Ir n
ra'.l lying ncn." the truck. He Immediately whl.
lied for "down hrnki'" und icvcised hi e-ngino,
but the tra n w.t too neir to arrcl lis progicss In
time, ard Ihe rail was struck, throwing Ihe forward
tiuik of the rng'ne nil Ihe track. The driving,
wheels still remained on the r.ill", and the engine
pa"e'd on lu the et end of the pile bridge, which
Is located a few roil wst of Ihe Slony X reek de
imiI, wheet t.ie engine leaped enlliely Irom tho
ir irk and then plunged un over tl e tics lor n few
roil" anl wieii uitly scion tie bridge broko
Ihr. .ugh Ihr timber nn Ihe south slite.eairylng away
a port. ..it ot tic "irurtnrr, an.l then fell iip.ni lis "Id
In ihe nind. "inl.l'it ahull half of It wlllh out of
M The tender lolowt'd, and He luggage car
rim. n. at. going irto the ho e ma le by Ihe enslne.
ll wa .unit, bowi'ver. by the first pissruer eav,
WM.l ..I'lie- up nsui. "t it wltltsurh lorre ,i In wcilgn
It in t In the hole, leaving It standing on end. wit i t.s
f m w Til trii. k di-ieinii. i- I and prt cltutated Into
the inn. ply ir, , ' vf. Tin eon. -.on of
Ihr fro i i c.iHiil too bagga r e ir to brake
In t' t- forwa d end of thu uisi uger ear,
ten 'mg a tlower of tplltitirs nml mi'sllcs or
wo ..I llyifg about lu diitgrrotis profuslnn iitttnnd
In' pitl 1 1 ll e ear. A Mr-. II. A. I '.ill, or llounn,
but lu '0 li' e-.lly of Ni'Wwrl, It. I.,mit Inthetliat
seal, w ilh a Huh. hoy al the window. Tin' shies of
llie eat weie beoken In close to the liuy, but he
tar.ipi-d with no moro serious injury than a tew
slh.ui bluUrs and seralrhe about Ihe lace. II
mother nnir him. was tin uwn till the seat, ami had
a ftovrro a. 'i. cut i.err her rignt eye, inl .i slight rut
was made nrder her chtn. she ab.it had her race ami
sh.tnldei bioisial and onu of l.cr knee some
what sprained. On the oposlle sldi ol the
rtr lay a younger cl inl anep on the forward
tent, aiouttd whom t- m thrtiwii a shower of
tplin'ci". I t nil.. mil harming II In the lea't.
NontheT p.ftsenyer were mjuri'd, hul nil weie moie
or Icsb -nook up by Ihe shock The eng. tteer, Just
as til ctiKlni' wis ah. .nt to leap from tin hrtil.'e,
Juiiit.l iruin H ulely upon tlio bridge, getting
eeiatehi-d a oil t by the ti',ogiah wires. Tlio Dee
man, Coailcs l,m,iii'rs.iu, lein ilitt-il np.n the ti'ii.tei,
and weni oil the In lde with il. In the ilevn.t he
wsseauglu l.itwiin ilia engine nnd tinder, and It
was feaied at the time lie had reci'lvcd dangerou- ill
Juries of an Internal character. A wtinkinit tram
was Imiiic.nniiiy sent out irom lid city lo stony
Creik, which brought laick the pass ngets
and tint portion of lie train which had not been
thrown otl the tinck.
Ve-linlay a number of men weir setteiwnek to
remote tne wreck nt Iho bridge, and liimakr ripulis.
A singing was i iirte'd ul II r side ot tl.e l.rl.l,.-, and
Willie li e n .n were empli'inl upon il It give way,
picclptt.tttng tin ni to Ihe mud below We learn that
us the ii'siilt ul Ihe accident, one linn had his Jaw
broken ami olhirs wi'ie injured. In Ihe iiii'rnlng a
construction iinm was s. nt over from Say nrook, nml
on Hit' way ll ran into n hoise iiinl kills I i, thus
verifying tho adage that misfortunes never comes
We learn from reliable iii;e men that tl.e IV-I-dent
of tin toad Hlllik the' lail was one .en-goa the
loins Iwsl.lr the Irnck, having bes-n kit l.en' ai.er
ri'iuirlng Ihe Hack, whlih Inl in.i.ily . .-q done,
and !...( the pasln,( tral e had jair.d tl dowu uitn
Iheii .rk twenty minute heroic, He trail, golmt
cast passeelthe launt in aale-ly.
ll will l, ike several days to repair Ihr damage nt
the bridge so that trains can tuts ia.tII; bill, In ihe
mean lm. r, pa.ftrugcre will be lrai..fene. to a li.iln
lu walling on Ihe npposlto side, an that inert our
II c toad will liol he iiialirlahy ml. lined with.
Thi' Chluesi liiiibiisiiiliiiN In riishliiiiiil.li'
(vtrmKeimeiiey if Me Ittrnhl.
Nli.iAHA FsLL, Aug , IM.1.-AI the bill heie lut
nlghl, Chili I'.ge'n and nun Tajeu, with II e n"iftlauie
ol tlM'"iiid. irs. Mis-is. Fung mid Teh, kept up uu
Bhiui.iti'd coin er.itl oi, and the Tijens welo put
si no d w.th it number of Intuquuts, e hlh had more
ni the-e floral token than ho entthl eoiiieiitlriitly
1ii.ii.1U-. so he usnl a ehilr, mini which ho placed Iho
surplus imi". Hun was also ilhi'i ally letiored.
One of Ihe stiuil.cr bouquet", through the assistance
of ail. rul Indus, and as an uct f humor, he put out
of the way by pinning It in his ofhefnl hat. Thi'
lengthy jH-acock le .'her lui'Jcrllng Irom behind, Ihe
pink bull lu the rmtre', hint Iho bouquil lu fronl,
gin Ihu Tsji u nulle in Interesting appe uruiice.
Afler the dance had pt..gti"rd lor ulniut an honr
(here wiit uiillu a C'Unpe'ltlon among Ihc Isdlrs lu uu
client tu Indue tho T'ajius and tho stu.le nts to Imitate
Ihe example of Mr. llurliiicamc itttd Ids siH-ietarie
and Join In tho dance, '1 tie Tajcn and Ihe m ijnilly
eil the students we ie peirteetly willing, toil CnihTa
Jen, niter almost making up hi tiilm1,itd " he would
Ih' nry happy to ilaiier, but I.e len d he would in ike
s..mo mistakes." 'PI.e Tijnus rotiipiouibed on n
f i.iinriisde eeve al times nrntind the hall e-ni li taking
a lady iisjii his arm ( hilt moved ud ml witugieat
illuntly and di'lllie-rslion, us 11 hu had belli uccin
touiiillo this sort .t ret leiition, beMtlng iikjii hi
aim fie petite form of Mrs Wheeler. Sun l.diiiwe'd
wild .Ml-s Pierce, of Ni w llrdloi.l. Air Fung sup
l.ii.dll"' Inleie-llng Mis lllrisis.lt, sl-l. e of Iho
aitnl The rcmallidcr of Ihu stud, ills tullowed tho
sum e-xaiupli. During tins pionntiado tie bnud
stiurk up ii inarch, wiiti thu do. rs of tho supier
loom were thrown on and the iiiiihussudnrlal pally
enteri'il In truly v csiern s'yle, each recoiling soine'
chaimli.g letiri'iriilsllii of the beauty and ialilon of
the guests of Ihe I rite n.nllonal.
The sii a-r room was very tattcfully decorated
with llak,", and In fie centre ui the qiiuie lormed hy
the 'nb.iae f..r the guest gciirr-lly, was asm ill lahiu
eaimldi ol arcniiiii ulaiitig ihn l.mliaa"y. Thu sei-no
was tatlie-r novel, to witness Hi i'sji lis und Ihu
tint. Ill with Hi so rude attlel.s ed t .hie rtllllltlire,
thn unlit' und fork, rnriliig dlili lent meats und, with
apiare'iiil perfect lainllisiily, assisting tlio ladles,
w to weio STiiidwiclie'l helwce-n them alternately all
11 e wuy uiouml the table. The lidea e'tijoyeil Una
siraugi experience as much us did thu Celestials.
Never was Hie psntomiuiiR url put lu sueli a Inst as
un this invasion by the Indies. Ilrwltchlng smiles,
certain faftcliiatlng motions of Ihu hend, a gintle
irrssuteoi Ihc arm wilhln thrli uwn, a cl. mining
awe'epeif lecognltloii of thn honor, caitlng glanci
about tho room nnd then peeilug straight mlo Iho
eclLMttal iyea of the Tajin weio oappy iperlencos.
liptin retuiiiing to tliu Imllrtiom Hie Coliieso cs
cortcit Ihclr iadu back, nnd pmse-d tomu lime in
piulueiiudllig The ball was k.'ln up until seveial
hours after midnight. Chili and Sun, dellgl. led with
their evening's enti rtalnii.eiit, r"nui uvd until very
nearly the tlost'. T'eh, woo is beromuiK iuur seen
turned lo ladles' soetily, wis onu of the leading
lioiux of llidi'velilng, and very h..n.laoiitly hiouhl
lulu uso hi knowledao of Ilia .' .eili iu t. nguu hy
entrrlaini g his iiuiiier'iu a Imlrcrs among thu lull
sex. Fung, wlioftu dlllgcnco lu unserving snd noting
rrcrylh ng k ') hhu qultei busy, I' tlie I ulniut two
hour- hclorc' the bill ..roku up In or. I.r hi write Ihu
lullowuig nccouul lor the Hist mall this morning :
iMMiNAiiowAi. 1 1 or r. I., NiAiiaiu Fall. Aii. 10,
I-aie. bait iihiht nt hall pal 10 a Psll took plueuatlhls
hotel. A"tO"Ufc"lllti ladies and g'-l.tl 'Ilini eu no here
Mlnhter lliirlim;im' wile Hint dsughter, Aseorlate Mm
lilelsClilh and noli, he. eeiiiiies lliowii a.id iei;ti nop.
aii'lall tliu ntlaclies of llie h.mnasfty, went to tin-hall
In lull hotel, Willi h was repmed lor ihe tut nse, IV linn
tl.e adiu and geutli-uuu entered Ih" h ind, wldi h w as
Slll.lig outhu sisliil plaui.l la llie. middle pall or tl.ts
se.tilherii side or luu null, hi'gsnlo play, w .1. li waoery
ta-ii'ltllul tothuesr, Aga.nsi t e wr-t. ril well huna Ihu
Li.ini.u Altai crlal tlaa1. iiiii'.ihvr ftl lo or which was nn
Aim man and an l,.igllll uolor. At li o'clot k tint party
went to the dining room, which wit o.oo.lle to thu
hail, to t i-u somu reeritlunsnt. Alter air nn hour
elsed tliey relurnn.1 lolt.e hall, win ro they icsiime.1
llifir daiiciiu. About half pset 4 thn i.nelybr ike up,
and the ladles anl kenilrtin n reluinrd hotiie Joytully.
I poll ttie whole ilia paily snowed then .oi,.riil ilalun
oi thu Chiuetu l-.uiba.ty, which was tuhgnlr h rl
by tucui. Ft Ku hli.
.VI r. ninai 'I'll y lor,
7b (.' Milan (1 (Ac (.oinmelcMI Mrirllirr.
Iliirii'iii )iuts iigu 1 wa ill llio coal trade,
mad' soiiiu b..d real estate operation, und found It
mce-Mn, il 1 wlshfil tu pay my debts, In selluut.
wind up, and try again in somu otoi-r illrocl on. I
dm ro, .nut iihout thu end of my mattces, found my
self oi.u day In Mr. Taylor's oihcc, when he said lu
mo: "Lawrence, how urn you touting uult 1
aits w 1 1' d, ' I halt- is ilit u 11 in) I loperty . rollcited all
in) droll-, ami uui still f l.'.iji) short of paying what I
Without another word Mr. Taylor took out his
chi'i k book, drew a check to my order for the il.'sMO.
and ha nlid llio ino with unto words: " lio and
pay nil your de bis, und when you uri ithle, 11 mr,
lay me." 1 may say that I owe 1 .Mr. Tayior Lothing
uor had I ever bum In debt to l.itn.
It Was an ace of puio bcneioleuii'.
Hrspictfully. J. L. W.
Dr.ri.iioN ley Citigr Ji'siifK Cum. A ilttatei
from I urknsburn', V'i st Ylu'ni.i, to the C.iiiiniiatl
L'umtM rtxttt says: In the ruse ol John 11 Smith ugt.
Kulluu-, Donnelly ( o,, lu the I'uilnl States, in
uttiiti or, tho defendant, Mnler, pleaded nt abate
meul lu Ihe Jurisdiction or llie Court, claiming tint,
hh he was iieulaicl by t.ie nincndinint to the Cun-tl
tutlonof West Virginia not to be u citizen or said
Stale, he could nut bt sued lu this Couit. This ilea
brought In Ihu .utslloii of the lega.lty of ihe amend
id Consiltuliuii, and what l'..nlriicll"ii should be
plicid ii on it. Chief Justice Chase, In delivering
tl.e opinion uf the ( uurl. In substance said : "No
Court of the Culled ht .irs will decide the qurttloD
as to the validity of the uinendmeiit to the Coiistltu
lion of Wot Sirglulu, uulerlhe Constitution and
laws of said State. We think Phe amendment falily
reconcllablo with the Contltutlun and laws ol the
lolled State. Tho word 'Clilitn,' at used in the
amendment, la not lu thu sense of Ih it w old as used
In the Judiciary act, but that certain Individuals
l hould nut be regarded as alliens that Is, they
should not paitake of the political powers ul clllaein.
The word citizen," st lifted la the Judiciary ULt, la
nut In the ten. col a political pi ison."
Tug I'gNNstLVANU Minim. The Schuylkill
county (i'eun.) newspapers report that the miners
have gone lo work si nearly all the rolllerletln tho
eastern end of the region, at lu per cent, sdvame on
, ho old wages for ten hour's work, I III staled thst
the operatives hsd agreed to commence wuik ul a
number of collieries In tbe Mahanuy region on the
same terms. Al St, Clair and sumo other teciloin
they are tlllt holdli g oot. The oilier regions me In
full operation, working! leu hours, and Ihe supply
or coal tent lo market last week Is nrarly equal lo
Hie supply of lasl y tar, nol wltl.ttaudlug Hi almost
1 tpul itt-utlua la Schuylkill county,
ivimi: ciiA.ii: Axn rut: vitv.m.
I.eirrr from ihr Hon, John II. fillmrr.
Wo Ilml In tho Witl nn.l Snlh letter from the
Hon. John II. (lllmer. or Virginia, to the Chief Jus.
tire, relative to the use nf Mr. Chaee's name In the
Democratic National Convention. Mr. Ollmer, who
seems to have been the main Instrument for Mr
Chase's nomination, says he sent this letter to the
Hori. but lit publication wat declined by thai Jour
nal. Wo extract Ihe following;
ll Is known to you, and should he made known to
the country, that you were not nn applicant. In any
form, at any time, or on any terms, lor the nomma
tlnn. Hul nn the contniy. that under a thm. .ugh
consideration and distinct apprriUllonof the raldly
Inerca-lng dangers which are so ominously gathering
around tne InMllntlni t and Involving the very exist
ence of our rrdcrstlve system of republican govern
mint, you were willing, nt the unsolicited ealli.f Ihe
( i iiftenallle men and state", toleuiethe exalted
Judicial potitlon you occupy, and once in.. re enter the
political arena wherr atnie and conlerllon. passion
an. I prejudhc, rrtiuri. and calumny would meet you
al eiery turn Ihat, with yitirrn libnrrr". yon might
Irn.ljttsl tho framework or the Fealeinl (Inurn
ment and letnilgntate the Sinte ti.tluenee,
a He mainspring and ngipa'tir of He entire
ei-Mcm I know the in., ur, il. conl.l'r,itc devo
tion to con-dliutlona! liberty, unl the stem "i n-c nf
ilnlr. ss an rmlnrnl c'liein. by nhhli you have I.e en
Ihronghuiit aeti' tied in ihls w hole n. tin r ! ,1 s
iir. pi r that I should he re state Hint I am to -it t x
It nt responsible! rur tho r.irnett niaii.tr in itlileh
yourninio was prxsed upon Ihe count ri . anil
1' ' ihat no h ellng but a deslru to serve the wi.o e i
i. i ind by Ihe influence of lour conserv it.ve
lew, tab H.son, and Inlegrlty nf purpose, to
f' rnis'i xniinon compromise griuuiJ, and thus si
I 1 ". ascendency of rcgiilar l'. nHtml.ea relief,
l.t'l ci t nn those revolutionary .in l reactionary ex
peiilem siiuaht and rcllrd nn by the I! i I r il p rty In
emigres". Such, sir, I am pei"tudd weec tie In
il.iicmenl which ciuted you lo yn'.d joue cent", lit tu
the use of your name as a c tni rumls .. native
aiiidldatc fnr Hit' rresnltr.ey.
I was mil a member ..f the New V .rk Ci. vcn'.ot I
thoitlh I was rt sent nnd a eh e am' Inn. iiv, ot. 1
server of lis surrounding", pr eceding, a I un .. '
action. The pewitlon or y..ur irlen ' wa delle.ie I
aud I'tii'iarrassliig. Tu Hit in your des res and i .s I
Wt ll- too well kliuwn toallow thi n ul my time to I
tiiidr your name ben re Ihe c.'t.viiitloii as an ai'le '
an' igonl-tii candid lie, st. king to bte ik downo iter '.
In otiIi i to securi' your noiiiiliati'in 1'oy too writ
nppre-. .at.-d 'he duties ur the hour to enter vour '
nsn.t'. In a hiatrd ami angry controversy, ror hiiin.ift
winch, wlen o'dnlned ur bestowed a-mere pally .
badges, were fir Indow your pet sent elevate 1 1 ,. si !
Ho Hence, your name was not pie el . it your I
tr ie iw.iatiift.n was aiway kept In a It w , us a lull gua '
raiitee of success when all rrotiil loca' enalile I
wire suIhIui'iI, anil the Cotiii'iilion tu a name tif
mind l Hilccl uml sustain the rxtgrnclen of the c isl
In tl.e refill ir pence edlngs of ihr t'onvriiilon. Hie
deslrtiit ei.orliiiilty elM mil atrlif until Wediies ia), I
Ihe roitrih day of tho session On thai evening ir ,
rsiigrmei.ls were made by which your irlend" thou, hi,
an.l had a light lu belt, te, your nam.' would b pr
sentrd In the most iiutlio.lt Hive and rsneili.tr,
in inner, and fruni n some whh h wotthl add wei.hl i
to Ihe- rest'lilitinn, and l upait tl.e ,tiki,liy,,i y,
high petsitlun lo the eHraion They weie ninfent, '
and belltieil Hut tiuthliig null. I te.inplie to pio I
Iiie" a diflt'ernt lestill. In this Ihey wen- inl-lsken
The dual result Is known. Tl.e name or II. di-lln- i
fimslirii noinlnic wa su Idinly ami uiirtptct' dly
iiotuht !entit the Cunieiiilon under circumstances
whlih ol Ihetiisolie prrc.ude I th.. u.i- oi yuur namu
lu nn) in inner riinslslcnl w.th your view, pusiilou,
ati. i uitrlntir purimses.
II is far letter here' fur you and your true frleuds
to tlraw tho veil of ublli iou on r that occurrence,
anl leave It where ll belongs, as a part of history,
anl for us all, in our it spe-ctlve' callings, uid. r t'.o
.ii.Janreof nn e levatri and iiutute rested i it 1 1 . tism, !
lu discharge our duties lu our coinui-'ii and nlllictt'.l
cunntry, nuw su near verting on an. tt er and iiarlul ,
runvulstuii which nes'issaiily Invidiea not nniv nor
commercial and Industrtal prospt rity , but p' ilnly lie
lukeus thu tl mat downfall of ci.li-tltilllooal llliiil) .
Mi. Ollmer winds up by a hiving the chief Justice
to sustain Hrymour nnd lllalr.
Terelllc Hon nnd Ileal' I'lglilliig,
Von Me .annul rv.iiti.t, .tg it.
Jack llroiiu'N puiNiiian's Hull va a Hie scene
eifltriinc dog and hear lighting list nlghl 'Ihe
I. luc black heir "Sunbo ' w i tl agged lulu the' ting
nml fntlened by- a chain nllachttl to aslaple'ln the
eoi lie of Ihc pit. Hy eomn inlsiuanact-meiit teve-rnl
dogs lint wi-tt' Imtse hound-d into Hit pit before the'
bt'tir had been mado fast, and nittcked htm In force,
Ilrtiin ehiftliud the'iii tu thu Hour Willi great vlolenru
scleral llmr.-, after which In' made a ln.lt and clouted
the bulwarks uf the ring, mill' ring llie tpectn'nr
In grotl e-insinuation, and upiilma seieral main
iHfiuu in inner. ARer cutis d latilu skirnilshlng tho
hear wn again brought In on. I niaih-fail. Ami-dlum-tt-i-d
white bull tlog w is turned In nnd " wt nt
for Hi uui ' savsgely. The hoar seated I imstirnn Ids
li.iilin tit-t and liuig.it with his paws like a lirstinss
prize lighter, striking out fioul the shoulder eveiy
Unit', and sending tho ting tu grass with e-ueh llct.
Afler n number uf attempts tho ilote Pnillv got
u tl.rnat hold on Ihuln, when hn tolle.1 over, and
taking Id tin mentor lulu ht fund I'tn'.ra.u, tout
men. d rel.ng hi hide oil w ilh his hind I'd This
kind of punishment wa more Ihnu ties- dog hid Par
gullied fol, und lie llludr it to ill mil nt tu slide out
and rlinr Ihe pit. The 1-ear see-tned to taku tt very
Coolly, mid takillg u seal 111 thu cnrnee, Waited lor Ills
siiuml antagnuiel. The neat ibu was a laige aud
II. ecu bull thu. lie eyed tho benr f nrlo'isly fnr a rew
minutes after entering the pit, whin ho made u
t'huige, which wa met by a terrible blow, which
tttil hint ftpinwlliig to the other side or thu pit. First I
kiioe-k-dowii and hl.md for "Simbu." The di--'
eiimu lo time Unity, und they clinched. The bear
fslily sculped tho dug. luit be held fat tu the thr-il i
ul Ilrtiin until twisted ulf by Iho bvut'a i.ivvs. Thu i
dug was dashed tu the fiom with gront vloh-ni-e u I
ti ei en I.e- r of tlinee, and tecclvcd st'verul tirilbu- bile,
beside thn sceapiug Inlllctul by tho rlaws of II. e J
bi-ur. After tlghllng for about ten iiiiinile's, thi dog ,
was tnki-n out aud ilcilated tne wininr or thesliicr i
PiKe'a Nr.w M.isiu Hall. This tie'ir ami
bniullful hall, uliached to Pike's Opera House, on
i:ighlh arrnue, has been lo.ied by Pruf. Mrl'iny,
who will Inauguralu ll ou Sept. 7, with 'Th lllber
nlion," a pauorumic ri prescntatioii or a lour In
Ice-Ian J, with new ami entirely original dloramlc and
mechanic filed", In the preparation of whlih Ihc
Professor has been cngazod lor sum time least. The
Ih'bI scenic art'sti little been engaged In the painting
uf tho panorama, which will embrace all the salp-nt
pnlnta of Intercat In u tour of Iruland, lusdofrutn Per
sonal sketches taken ou the spot. Many of Ihe
ellecls introduced arc. Ills conceived, such a haid
never pievloualy been pro. lured In sny similar ex
hihillou. Hiiih scene will he Illustrated by vocal and
In-lruincnLiI music. Ireland ts su replete with In-lt-ret,
both to the ge iter il puhlia ami tu thuu who
have left Iho land uf Ihclr Willi fur the brighter op
portiitiltlrs alt.inlr.l them on this aide ol Ihu Atlantic,
that a laithful rellcx uf ilsluved and hallowed tpo's
laiinnt but be acceptable to all.
rAsutoNAtiit! Wr.nniNn. Wo find in the i'jr-i-tojhtn
nt yeslerilsy an account of thn marrlagu of
Mr. Alfred Leslie, second son of Mr. Frank Le slie,
of tho lUutlruM A'eu io;-r. with Mils Ada Vroo
tnan, the widely known and giratly gifted writer and
put li s, ou H.itiud ty I ist. They were married at 13
u'cloik, and the "Iwuur three frltnla" piovcd so
tiuineruus as In till one uf thu private parlor of tho
Union Hotel. No prituus mx tu sympathetic with
t a -h other ss the members uf the Uieisry lamlly. On '
litis ucralon, us was most natural, they wert purlieu- ,
larlv iitiini'iuus. Among the filvud of the bude
and groom present were Iho Hon. K. (1. Sijuler und
II a. coinplislieil and ttlcntnl wife the Hon.
Janice llrnok und wife; Itlchaid II. Muihall, wi.e
ami daughlers; John O. Save; C C Noni'll, of the
nun; Mr. Nott, of Mobile; lion J. II Itaitlett,
Seririnry ol State of llliode Island; John Carter
Hiown, of Providence; Dr. J. J Crane, uf Ncvv
'lork, Don. J. II. llaskln nnd dniighiir; Mr. aud
Mis. W. P. Dlsosway, or New York, N T Moore',
I.L.H., lalu l'lrsldrtii of Culumhl.i Colligc; Mayor
llirii tl, of W.iHhliigtun , John Pitch, Esq . uf Now
urk; Mrs. ami Mr. Stewart, Senator Antiiouy, and
others of the guild, All these pi ottered lo Iho mar
ried oi c heartfelt ubd sluceiu congratulatluns.
Tho eercmony was pcrfurmcd by the Itev. J.
Squler lu a manner icmarkablc fur Its eloquent
simplicity. Tho bride droned a few leais, as
bride" should, but "wiped tiiein soon,'' and the
ei.tliu puty took carriages Tor Moon's Iiko
House, where they sat doivtt to an admirably pin-paie-d
bie-uklast. Hit) bicakfatt cunrludrd, Air.
Squler, lu u few happy remark, pruposed the health
ul ihu bilde. It was resounded lo by Mr. John O.
huxu In onu of his capital speeches. In which he is
Inimitable. Mr. Ilrook luiluvveil, alluding pleatsnt
ly tuhis ugreeuble task,uud concluded by wishing
all iiiaiini r of happiness here and herraitir lo ll.n
ytiiing couple. Toasts cuuilnued tu gu ruund, and
wll and humor to How, until Iho whlsilu tuiouiuiiini
thu hildal parly to the steamer, lhailorsd uu Ihc oc
casion, lor u lour of the Isle.
Assai'lt on Till I'oi.tcg. Josetih Klynn woa
yrtli rday ch irgtsl by Ot cer lly P. Whee Ian, of thu
fwent) ninth Precinct. Luiore Jusiii t I'odgvt, at tl.e
Jrileison Matket Court, with ustaultuig him w l.ne
In tl.e diti hargu of his duly. C'ounuilied iu Jelaalt
l'oCNu Dnow'Nitt. Tlio to.ly of an unknown
man, nbuut I'i, iliesscl In laid flannel shirt, mixed
clolh pants, and Cougiesa gaiters, wat lesteidey
found in the- Kiel llivcr, at the foot of pilly-lh.nl
street. Ou Iho budy wss loilnd (lit) In gold loin,
suinc cuppei eutu,aud Ihtee photugruph. II issup
peitied, Iruiu a due hill fuund uu the body, tu be Har
vey F Stiles, lurmerly a hand uu a Nuvn Se-utia vvs
sil. and whu has beru milting for luuicliuie. Takcu
to the Morgue.
Disei roisrrii llunnnn-i. Tito glivnri- sloi.
of Liaih X Mcllugh. V3I Oreenwichslreit.his been
elueed since Friday last In cousuquenee ut a deith in
tho family. Some time between Satuiday night and
Sunday evening, th store w emmd Irom the rear
by burglars, who forced opeu the sale aod foaud
nothing there except books of account und papers.
From the marks about the Place, tbe thieves must
have been at work all day suudsy, and left by the
, (rntn door, which was tnuxi open at -W P. M,
iwesv-s's.ii. .1 isavn ft
lirprRLtcAU Oroaniiatiun. Th ftepuhllea
Stste Committee ha appointed a meeting In this eltf J !
for to morrow to coinniioea Ihc work of orginlta- ,
Tirintirvv-rt Dhtji-'t -The flrant ami Colfax J
nit'I V'.tl.,Vlr,cl mtrX '"night ul l..ace (Irreley I '
nen. jt. Hatuh avmue. flood speakers are an' 1
nonneel. See advertl ement. " 1
.-f.'!"-!" V'Ann " Ulrr- K meeting wai t
V- l.T""n., ", V' t"nA - 'u orga-tlx
JiVJ '.".J 'i" "ftasoclattori. Thirty members sob- i
scribed Ihelr names, ami addresses wera made by 1
Col. Cook. Col. Hums, and other ipeakers Thp loi- '
lowing offlcers were then eleeled: I-reldent, MJ.
. rdward Ice-President. J. L. (. Sagcr: Secri-."."V-
v'l 1 ' fr , '""". lleiiry K. H tlie ; Tiit '
"in cr. MaJ. L, IL Thompson.
(ineNT akd CoLrAi OrARM.-The Ktghth Ai- :
0',nl -" t'0"v' 'laards.Jo.eph
I. u ., '?'',r' ,ne ,l0-" '"uc. un.lor Caft.
rr ink Itoft ander, Iqrnsdout In torchlight priftCe-slon i .
- v" i"."0.. '5 ""M ' Colfas Onards ol ,
'E' - J l" ha Quarter or iho fnloi He- 1 I
ptthllean As-ociatluc, corner i.r r wi nly . ,.,,. ,1 t-tct j I
and llroadway on ihe occaft...n of th formation ot 1 LJ
a (Irani and I.. lux Ouard b onr French fellow cttl- i B
reet. vv e nn.lrrsiand that tt.e -. eift.. n wis as-
tailed w Ilh stones at several points and tomeot their 1
turn were ecu inly Injiirrd,
Nixnt AgsKieiLT ItTitt'-T. Tlie t'olon R-inib. I
llcau As ftuelallon held their recnl.ar tmnthly meeting i
Is.i citu.r.g. at Lebanon Hull, :.V It) Ablocdoa i I I
Square. Mr Ldurd Tayioi acting a ' halrtn-n I A
1"'" Fifteen t .ajtcs w ere added to the roll and ' 1
a'. ,t o.' piopi.-nl mi received. A resolution lvas 1
orTi-rsal appolhtlng a eomml'lee of thice- to examln
I e ml. of u.ciuliei", p eparatory io eurrrilicg tho
tame, who-' wae can led , hi.t suhss;nently reffon-'e-LV!
ca- .A coinrclLtH! of Lhre wat snIote.1 to
dufi . .ti le iMi.Tntfons relatlee to the rubllc ecr
ikes snd death or the Hon. Ihadden" Slevcns.
lirviiM.-nTT MtfTtNii -Largo Sovmour ar.o 1
Hair m.ei.ng. wcee last evening hold lull.Thlr- I
teenlli -.nd Foil tenth Wa-d", Ilrootrlyn, F!. D. I
Ir. lln Thineenth Wa.d .t was rerolecl to establish I
aii.-w Demo.iaitr iewpaper and build a wlgsnm, I
sp'r whle'i the m. idlng is add. 'ss I by the Hon,
Muii.hd Dil' In he F urti.nih Waid a Isrg
and ene.' ul Demuor.ls assrm ed in the Club House,
in St I'll Second siree" Wrn St icy llirton prs
i.letl A"seiiiblyinin f hnc. Jicohe .' Jnseed IU
tnt.ili.g and his remark were received with cnthu-
1 niuvj I rt,,, g Mtrrtxo A large nrnt splrilfd
m'eiliia w .- he t I is', evening of lleker Cunnell, No, !
II. o'Cel I. A . In thrlr room Jt? Iluwcry, T. M, U
I .tii es.ui in tnr ci.atr Alter lulllati ig a number of B
now mi'iiii..r", i. i...its from their s-ncral Commit-
ties weio nt-.r.l l'n.ni iW-repnru tt would seem
tha' lllignl vul ng el the coming e-' eHoB will be a '
a n.culi job. Itr-oh"! n were pa. d pledllag th 1
t)iiip.illii ar. l asslsun. of the i' .an. It to the noM J
mi I (;ou.l work of the t.idle' tola . I! Ilaf A -socle.
t on lui the aid uf sick a id din ibh 1 .ol Hers, aid ih ' I
widows and orphans ol th e brave r.tlows who I
s -aled wild theli bloo.1 laei.- -U ... 1 . , ,, inelrcoua- I
ley in ml aLd Cohai U ihe watchword of this As-
D.i..ihiTtr It iserm It tivc. -Th Klcventh
Ward Se)inou" and Itltlr clnb, .asl"t.d oyalont
:, its) of lhir friin.i. hail a grand nine lasl even n?
ra dn a line Sejimut and Hlalr banner, H : a
leel, a.'i.ss tie etit fmiu W Avenue C, 5
t e.r Svv iit'i s'Kit n ( o.inty C erk, ;
II is K loew, I'atq., wh.i wa prominent In 1
or. n.lglng the Cluh and ktillnc t.p the banner, ' 7
I .iw . d nn I cl, cf . nergy In hi' a t. mi ..- to trlen.lt '
aa I vis. tors Ia n letting. HI. I out in . r n hstre', '
li.'ir wiitie t, was haiidstnuclv ilciois'id wl.h
Ihe "hlslils and cut 'aims or lle-.-v.ril state's i
ot the I tiio and .Vine .c ill Uses, while I. is w n low I
weee ti.lliiutly lllumiii.itid and a suing f i oiiieast
l..itttiis hung aero the street the i-cr.-m Tlieres
tin. i.e.' eu ,. C) und Incheloee hall uf th
Hun II. nry Wi.lti.tan. c iiidid ile f i Vs-iinhly fiom
the distriei, w i 'do gslly hung with transit eneles
and Iniicm. us were aK several linn-' in Ita i a
n .alihurhuu'i. Thia-c. geiitkn.en mad.- the e-ccast'eni Vfir
in - or list rn'crialumi'Ulto their friend ind v.- tjm
i ftilors At n i irly hour the c-owd 1" gin to ga'her, 2Jr
an I at P M. the number whu lined th slretls. tT
.is far aa they euulj hi at, was c-tl-nstuj ISar
I .tl ft nml or upward". A platfurni had been I f
"rtcltil on the east side uf Avouno C. trom I
wleneolhe ftp.aketi.wcic to send tui th t'icli elo f j
tiLeitc. Hut llie platform broke down Inure any f '
griill. n.an had spoken. Ami with t io plallurin fell 1 )
also tho resolution", which were Insi In iho gesiorai ,'
-iiii-h-iip. No one fur. uuatity wa luji re-el nor utile r ill
wle ii'iii'hlnceimtnihleil, tur'hesneaVe s Immrihstnly fya
ie lii.l acie.s the nn el tu Mr. oilman's icsUiros, f
and held iiirth fioui his Italcuny. At the proper 1
tune ihn tneeilng was eallest tu or.leir by Henry C
Ca'kln, Ui , ditdlilate for Cou-rrust frttui th Ssv
en I. District, who In a few appropriate rem irk In
Iri.tliireal Mr. Tlmrapsun. This gentle mm's seldresi
obouiidi'il In the iisn il pinie of Ihe Democaitlc perty,
and denouncing the II. idl.al" for their nil.itili'. ludve , -
lloiiey lotii.-.'.l lu a "ia..-rli uu II.ee ceiimi-y, in: -nj fW
ct to oi n einstiate 'hit llie t unlhutdera n itioi. iii W
rT'-tt at the ilia ii ul th working el x' s, ,te. fr
A're.non - -euillv.m, Usq . was the mt ftpiaeer, IV
and hi remark", iitm and temtervt... elh'lled fru- .'
qtl-III -tlld piolougld urldlllfte lie mid ll issues t I
rn-e 1 In tl'le campaign liave br.ni , hi Ihepeiph' hark i I
to the- cutisltli ration of what lln y owe lu 'hi'mselvei i
and to the I't'iisillutloh if ih lotintry The) had 1 I
lean, ed from wad eia.rle re that thu e verog-iieineil '
liavi drltt.law.iyli..mil'i'i i.i."'itiil n Tlie li. -Uncle
nt einry Amirltati . nih'ei.'.l t.y Idets, uneuf which A
was that tin) tower of the .'jvr.iiiue-ht I 'Itnltc'il by
Ihei l' netliulioii . f ourintt.i-, v I n it ii.-tru'n'nt
pii'seribe who shuuld gov-rn and huw thev should
ave i il according lo the I n-tiliiiion Tim upeaker
i-n t.'f. rrnt to Uu t'-inli ii.-) of the presint age to
brenk lliroti.'h ptese-rlh..,! Ilinttt, et such Punts sre J
ni-.i-sir tu enah.e them to av old and e.,sii danger. II
Th" ft-t"iktr then event on lo review the jriowth a-t. I
prosp.'lil) ol lln c.i.inlty v htlu Iht-p. ..pie -.eknuwl. II
ettaed Ihr sttprcmsi-y tf the ( .oisittutlnii, and orgesl 4
e ii means or icni'Ms-d vigor -ind ye ice, a aj-rcety ro-
turn to tin old landmsrks under the aide gumance ul m
rteilnolir and III. r Missis. Tl oi. .1. 1'u-ainvir, A. J. IS
Ifok.'r ., vti-l other fdlowc.i. A briss bsttd eittur- m
t-tine I Iho audience dunng the liiteruils.ue btwea M
tht. ftH.ikee. Iluitttiet also lormod afaaturoof at- m
irf'tion lor the scene, snd .it a hie huttr loth tu purl
minimi), the speaker retired and I'm atxdltmtc p- I
DnovvMii It remtali Dutiovnu, agcel 10, ol .3
Xfil Madison -.t.cet, yesterday inunrng frit fruui Pier ,1
tal Inin the Kst Kit t r and wot drowned. Tbet budy jm
was ik'cuvere.1. '1
('eitriiLN'a PuurrcTIVR I'mo.v. At tlie annual ijj
moeling ul Ilia Caelmrn's Protective I'nlon, held h-l
eivenli t al IM Hire cker street, the following persons M
weru tleiled uCicers fur the. e nsulug year : '
rrettdent. A. I.. HrOTn , Vic I'res.dent, J ime Klog
Si'iislsiy.JuhiiF. l.sftler, Treasurer, Wiu. Andervon. I
A lute ot thanks tu the rctlrinhoiucrrs was pacd. h
I he organization I now a charleicd btnlr, number.
lug abotii mm members, Its object boln Uiu prutec-
tian and general wctfaro of Ita motubt-rs. U
Srnn-grN Down ivitu Fitcu. Early Tc-tcrdny
morning Ofhcir Cnmlry, of the Fuuiib' 1'rcclnci, f I
dl-coitri'd, al tlie foot of Iti-usrve-lt lrce't, a man I
lying on the sidewalk ai d sullrtiug from feirr. Th ' I
aiiile-iir was found to be Henry Smith, or Williams- I
burgh, lately arrived iom Newborn, N C. He had !
Just landed from the leiiy-buit, when cahausllun
uveiu.uk hint and hu fill, Tukeu toHellciuo Hus-
Tit Cooi'gFS. Tlio I'uiled Coopers, No. 1,
Bumbcrlng ut ptrsnit 310 ni'inb'r, held a special
tui'i'tli g last nig it. Arrangements wero made for a
plcinq lo be held at Junes' H ood ui the 7th uf next
luoiilh, whlih, il Is to bo hoped, will be a suici-stful
adalr. The hnan-'ea of the association, It 1 retiurtrd, , 1
sieliasuundc.iiditi.il. Thu number of mem hers 1
1. tn 'reusing. Previous lu the strike, the se'clety r .
oid) ntiinheir.1 U.i Additloual memheri were Initia
ted la-t nl-iht a i l the fee culkcteu, besides th I
taxes and dues Hum m-uibert. J
Timm. On oontplaint uf John W. Iludsun, ol '
ex. I'rui.lway, Arrisi-d Cunvcr wis yesterday or IJ
rested lor cruolty to aiiiiuait.lii dilvitig a lumelioree, 1
siiiletiug ftom a running un onu or 'he hind legs. .
Ald'-iiiian Cuman, before whom ho wus hiotti'ht, k'
I'uiutn lied him tu aistver . .lieu. Davis aud (too. v '
Hlchai.lsoi., whu. a- already ieprlcd, wero arrested .
lor a Ititrgl try at a .to e la lli.vnd street, wero yca
tiidy bi.'Ugtit belatu Alderman Co-nan for ixaml
nation, and as It w t shown that the prisoners were
tuund tl th pieml.es, having the tools with which. ,
tliey furccd au etitrancu In thulr potaesslun. Ihey
ivrie Pill) couiln.tte.l. Davis, whose name le doubi- i
L'rs Hilltluits, Is sa'd tu bo llio luu of a wealthy cut- i '
ton biuker of this e..!y. v
Tug N V. CoupxitATivi IIcildino Lot Soctxir. i. '
Tina org inir iiinn held a wee Lly meeting last night. t - J
Ad litioual subsi rlpti . vv em takt n, and ccrtluiuies ' 1
l-sued to lln-su uirmbcrt lur whom lots .
have been ublaiued. Ihe reidpl from mrtnberi t)
during t'.uoafti work were about fl,4iJ. Tl.eru uru
now neatly set rn huudreil members, and the Society .at
Is rapdly niiTnna;. They will soon havo afu'l If
itou-aud. Tl elois dlstrlhuttd to members arc In i If
Hi vie, nlty of the Uoulevard (F-Mlitecntli Ward), li
llru- kl.vn, and additions! purchs.'i have trcn made la I
ur about IM lots, on Metropolitan aiciide, which an f
tu be d slrtbute.l to menihcis whoa llio arra.JC- '
imnt" hjvc birn couipl'icd. 1
Picnic or tmi Taiioui' Piiotcctiti avd
Hinkvolcvt I'mun. 'lie sixth .annual picnic '
of H is Aesuciatiuii look place at Jones's VVoo.1, '.
ye'toidsy. 'il.no divlilons astemblcd at 1
Ihclr headquauers, 19 b'.anlon street, at a
at e o'rlc-k n the u.ormng, and marched lu proces
sion lo the -rounds, where Hi-re was a very largo t
atteuduueu Tnu din. lug arrangement weir ctO' ;
dui'id by Pioiissur I.ynih, and O'Hitei.'stpirndll
land dlt.'ouiied elclightiul music. Daudag vus
kept i.p witii treat spirit ditrlnr the afternoon, ami
the irsiival whh li was a very brllllaut afftlr, did nut
lsiuiiiyieui.ill I'Jocloik. Ise
I'asex .MatikET. Julm Wooel, of 'Oreenpoliit, fl
yesieiday, before Juilieo bhandley, charted onu I
Charles Pester with cheating hliu nut ur f 13 by J
faltc pteieciei. It appeared lhal the tlrfi'iolanl, re-
presenting himself as just airlied Irom liuylauj, aad I
us being iu puur circuiustsncesr enld Ihe oumplalaatit (A
a watch for (IS, which Le reareseuiee) tu boi solid ifl
sllier.forwbwhhehadpaldl'ft. Ilturuedout that Ibis I'll
watch wat of hi ass snd silver plateJ, and nol utvt-V In
the uioncy which Wood pu.d tor ll. Ih'sscr was head
for eiamlnatiou Edward M.'ency wss yesterday
arrested lor snatching, as It alleged, at Ihe store aW
Iloutlou stieet, s brasi tuuiblsr tU'.J and iuiilIuj 1
gvssv wlUi It, u.a.mietftvd ftur exar,ii)A,ii.'M I
- '. .itaVsnBasv1s)ataaV iiataaaavsaaaaaaaaaa 1