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YQk XML-Nf). 72. NEW YORK. MONDAY, NOVKmTiKU 23, 1874. " PRICE TWO CEXT& '
THKSAI-K m'lMM.AHY TRIAL
A j ii i or: mm sprint nr iiav..
ntsoios ron . .si);.
Atui.lng Ih 31m wlin liistrumintnl In
rnrnrihlnii llir Cnnsplrury - Anulhrmni
I upon I ho Mrll Itoimils nftlir I'rrss-A llu
' morons Drfrnci ol iiil.iinbi4 Alexntulcr.
Washington, Jfo. :.".. Tnc ttinmiiT of
Ihf df"tii'(i 111 Ilie safe liu uliity trial In ltortliT
(f tlir- mm Inillcle'i. I'vn v known dsvlre Is be
Inc nntili).'l t dohy ths fliul ores rn ntlon of
the cie to Ilie Jury, an ns to weaken tlic etTect
(it ths ilntnaclliit tvsllinutiv III it lias been tlven.
Tlie .irifinncnts of imio1iii? iMiiiiKcl are iii.ulti at
IrrfL'til it Intcrviiln. Worn tlir turn of imp t'oines
lip lilpaji lllno'6, t" R.ve um.ii'tit tlmo fur tlio
poerli of llio Inst one tohavolts full pITft upon
the Jury lcforo Another is ma lo. This constant
delay In tlio lirescn .Won 'f speeches It mvnni
unlotl with n steady vvorkluir upon nubile
oi'lnlon to create s.lli further diversions In
favor of ttie defence. The s pooches of the de
fenco lire iiiitilished b advrrtl.oinents In the
morning newspaper, and the whole moral
power of the Adinliilstra Ion Is brought Into
iJiyto hnl.trr tdein up. As one respectable,
tltlien remarked this tnnrnliu In roinnicntlni:
upon the fart ol the President's mvltlni: an In
dirted prlioner of the (.'riiiiln il Court tn his last,
rrctptlon. "Tlio whole atmosphere, about the
re hat heroine saturated with the f'-elini:
that Inspire the defence, and almost Involuii
lnl the most ele.ir slifhted uro affei'lud by It."
. Ths speech mads b) ltlch.ird Harrlnetnn to
(lis Jit) estenUy wis characterized by ths
Ute ifronlng Insolence, of the defence. The
bold, defiant vraj.'irer of this chief ofthecoii
Uirators, and Ills repeated onslaughts upon the
attcrnevs lor tlio (loeriiHiunt anil those In
trreited In the Prosecution, merited a severe
rebuke from the Court. Jutlffo lluniplirwjs. In
til desire tube luiiurtbU, made ullmvauro for
the pccull.u position of II inl nrtoti, and allowed
In in more license than ordln.irlly would have
been clien him. II irrlnut'in' speech was badly
enstr i led. full of vltmuTat'on .ind loose locle,
snd with an onlln.trv Jury would have had any
but a ko.hI effect 111 bis f.irnr. lie I fan with nn
ppe d for sMiipjthy; then went over the theory
of the defence lu relation to ti.e uiode and man
ner ol Ins connection with the safe luirirlary ;
tti.n proceeded to visit anathema upon "tie
lirll li 'imds of the press." the iioluif conn
el. T'lliimbus Alexander, In bilcf upon entry
body nhii had been at all Instrumental In I'tin.--In
tbls chief conspirator to In 'I.e. lie nci'
took tin the evidence of llayra and .Irutli. and,
with the aid of that beautiful testim mv then
by the 'hll2lnir ceiitloiiien who never ko out of
doors to look ut the weather without making a
not of I. In their memorandum bonk", he
made out a famous easo for Mmself. He dwell
kt soino IciiL'th upon the lino rrous alibis kindly
(iirnuhoil I im by IPteiested frlemls. that en v
Wed him to meet so lirlkl) the charges made
r..-alnti llatos. After eari'luily dlstortlm the
llaros and .irutli testimony lie came to the
cxri inaiion or Tim mm-simi tilkuiiam,
ttMi Ii the defence cbilin he either piirbiltit d or
iin. nr. d t" be tin rb Hint trotn the Wes'nrti
I in ii l'eli'Crai'h ullli'O. lief ore bt'lnnlni: wltn
tills rx lan.rtlon he uincd Into Kiil'iUIi hlstorv,
and eiilikh:eued tt e jury ui"n the nibject of
, t ie t iii' ts uf maiikind lo re.'. ral k'ranted by
KltisJ bo In the MaiMia I'lmrt.. mid f en pro
ceeded t i draw the courtii-biti tberi'fruni t it.tt
the pr I'lui lion of the tt lor.iitis lu t il c ise was
a tno-t hik-b haiidi d iroceeilin:. i li l u lul uloii
of eviT natural rii-nt of tlie .lUvu. As the
rni' in- f lotiMctlun tiae c. r been ilipop.ilar
with 'riinlnais, tli.H .ill uf vilu.iei.illoii illd rot
sitruMiiiii.il attention. Il.irtii ni"ii Him.i to
pr .vi' that he could not hair i.ik-n tuet.'-e
crilll n that It w s Ms ll.telikt to -eP
ft in the m.-e, that lie knew well that " d
b repealed .'L' dn, .nd a it wa pm orlcin ilU
In Ins liumwrltliii; the defeno- i'iild imt nae
had nnj ii cans 01 provlna tbi it was written by
llairilik'ton's nutliorlly. ' the p. ron wlm did
write it was nt kniwn to tlomi. Iheiiuim
dei'oo' bis explanation .'. is re,, hid when he
b 'Idiy cUartfcd mat It w loi tbo Interest of
Ihc piwe' utlon to destroy -bis tcle-.'ruui, n Its
sbsviice was of more vail to the n than its
HCtual piesenee would haobeen. J'hH eh"er
t bit of tmptidiiicc Is only n rait ut n.e nciv
tine of ta tics ot toe defence. 1't.t.y aie the ones
calns-whom the cuiisptrao l- s i v.i lortt.eo.
Urrtlicton In his si cech of - erdiiv made
rranv allusions to Ins own -...uti'in and Hie
blatk neartedlios of those who viv pio-vcul-Wk"
Mil. ALrxA.spru's MOMm
After i I assumption I' at liewa" Hie sole pro
tf.'t r t iio honor of Odunibu Alexander, he
drseitc to rank as one of the In dii.i: uuiii.in.u
91 the d.y. Inncernliii: blsellurl to keep the
re-ul's t his abortlto aliompt to ruin Alex
ander from lie pruss. lie said :
V y r t ry charce here I that Mr. HarrlDcloa si
tnt'''i ' i isiii' kuu ii., ik n iti Inra'ienif Mr.
a II Ji' r. 1 lit. ilifUldtu to tiU.,1 Mils mni up lie-frti-.,ti
s 'lie l ill mi. in taM il.e .usululr pri.
ft' l in i .nit Iroui theiris Put for bis w ..r t It
1 1 1 s- i 1 1 oi i r tat ir, i.. mi 'C.'i. t il' o f 4U,
Iti'l nil" i u u.euls, 'hat ailil.f, a liUtclir. I.ail ti-ni
r.u'u u; ,.i' ffin of Alex lid. i '- 'lou-e. I . ari ou y
mr in n.i t lira trial 1 v.0111.1 ri It r pu!".. Hit rc.
t 1. c i n 'i i- 1 mi nmt f- ; nliii tu n to c rry with i.ie
li t. r i li ti, c rt of ui) lilt a. liu Uois tt.f tetioiu ot
i.l I r-
Tlio liHtrirt Itlntr nodded tbcli licr.ds at the
Writ if k1' iille iiiirlty lirealueil l ti t ho ulioio
Inn s. Il nlm,.-l seeiiicil u II ii brlu'bl hslo en-
firi led 11 rrliik'tuii's hem a he spoke Ibeiu,
mi C . I in Inn Ab x iiider, e uitrarv to exiii i'l.'i
tiin.n.s n -itvcn uiovi d by this exti.iorilin.iry
"iii al In k'etii ral, an uik't iib.us i r ablu uttor
ni'i risi'rti - bii best vtfurt. hi" slroiuet pultit,
I r t ,r . .rtit i n. HarrliiL'tnii reserved bis
neik' -t ii, tlio la-t. snd in tins tiiliiiinatlop to
)io .1 . ,r- nl i li.'ioru al tuiiiblliitf, the ucn
ti il 'tin i n w.ts a n I'-it dlsma' lallure ; for
tn mi tin in -t i ii,int..bl or wo.ik mind am
Ji .ai it i iti i-rt luiii Hint had bioo in .do b
b.s i...- Wdiiiieiiiik'S tb'i'ii :li l:i' I'Wdcnco
c-j il i 'f t lnti roii, ineii i j ii ir hi- t luius) ex
I' an i n uf Ms I'li'iiii'i'lbm mil.
die i tit.ivo or iiG.NTON, rin. iu ii'.i.ap.
11 - v.'ii i ,.nfp-slon tb it he . is re-i i.t, an i
fl.ii - in il ins UMiilth t" a-.. Hint i 1 - Lull l.e
III' H t .' 'ii was the Ui It - -miij id ' I.l t lulu
t i m iiiat pro e " i;en the bfst iiii iid- of ll.ir
riik". ii nil, .it bis explanation thl- bit of
Ii - I.-. w. i,crv lime: In l.ut no m I an
lllit.i - .1 i ml 1'oi.ld see 111 the exolallainu
ri.lt i j Lu a t.clt c.iiililon of bis emit.
A i t H i n i i- ihlf point al'i'tit the -pi'i'ib will
I'.rti, r.nii.i.. Ilarilia.uli to rink u" one i ih
liuin .n-', , f tlie iliy. Ills life Is one that, to
fivt.'i.. ).. -!,i-nut tnatul a (ir. fessilik' Lluis
tian , i(-t il.riiii.'li.mi Hip t- .t-c 1 1 he ulniili -to
Ii ti u-f In ii'd. uid irre-.--rei.llv alluilca to ilim
Jitiu l uli all limits will as ilie one who will
tti ill; ii mil iiitn Punlled tn fore tlio world aiiain.
A-i'li- fium the liim. lt ni e of i Im voiiiik' in m's
ruiork- i no Is iiuiii- wi-ii convinced that it
wmi d .ii'ed t ie power ol the (iiiintpoient Due to
lul i r. -i i, i In,. And In tin. si million! II ir
riuk't ui niii run- ptre more s)ii ..itbiier than
be w I . ate thuiiklit.
A I TACK 10 Tllli I'll P-- AOIN.
He wa especiallv bitter in nl atinek upon the
l"is whi n bill been lns'iuin. n al in i io-iml;
I n I ii l. iuit lulls Iiri.ceedilik'i. and pullils hi- ib
Si Ui at tlie exposure Ill sill h 11 .o l.tiiuiisM'e Uiat
1 ' ..niiot forln-ar iiiotlinr n sin 11 p rt...ii :
I nl iooo feel, tlioufli, II...I ihin i. ..I, .umis of n
rr . Ilk-) uur di (-i 111.- tu. r n H lil i i.l i-i. j,, v .-ii
iilu.' .. u .Ufioniu) truck. 1 I I'l 1" Oil II i I tin sii-ih
1 rut. t icy i-iik'tiid-r (1 ami I. oni.ti. ih ir.
l I 1 li cln.'it to suiul -1:111,1.' ..1.. lit '1 ilr, .r
I m .11111 uf my life. Will" 'iml, 1 ' a. rl.illn.k- Uoiilii.
Iii 1 .'liu inn. my hopes seeii - 11 till ksl I.) .t-sf.
1 niii 1 . tin- eiriii, sail all kroU' I 11a sll.r4lk su 1
'' 1 s i;ii., of my nmoiiiuii. but h'.i of nn' ui.
'in ,1 ti i.iii Hit' k'szr of m.ii.i inn 1 in iiumiroii.
in 1 1.41 1 fni ia 01 ii tn si tie uhu t.v 11,' hfi' l"i.i-o
n'' ' t" tr "l.od iuo;s lu a Hit itruul nay Lj.
Sivi.'isr, 1 j .T'lir a
'lii-.i -1.11 ptinn by Harrliifton that this whole
' "' ' 11 ii is In-i lilted niui instiilued by tlio
"I' l"'ii l o iitn not Willi u ii v kooi! t'rn.i.1
It 'iu . iii.i.i iiidn ii d ,v a lirand lury.
At '1 0 .1 II inniUin's speech the usual
r'ieuf i,. liefeiicn was shown. .Mr. l)av due
"as tit - in xt in I,. mlup-sH tlie Jury, lie did
''i wl- , 1 1 n auythlrik! llnii. If no should act
' or in... tn tn,, iii,ia.es of his Judgment he
f fUili. , .naword. lie full tluu alieuily the
!,vlH."t ""ell convinced of tlio innocenco
"l llis dtfeinlaiiH. Here ho wus sliaridy called
'at "Hit li) .linlk-o llu.nphrejh, wbu wlblied
' "! '' if be desired to uddiess tlio Jury upo
25t 'tii At tin-cneek l..vldt:o wi ni on to
!' 1 ' ' ''fy iiwrse bo wa lo njlnu any-
1 , .'' ''''' ''it I ruin's h ei i o anxious ll.ut he
1011UI , tn. ii.,.. in tne dereni'e tli.it be would
lui'ii.ii ,1 t, iv reioarks Ho would not desire
"ur '' 'he t'ourl't. viiluublii tune. 'Ilm
y idt 11 ,,f i0lii, ,, maiiiit'd, liowi'MT,
lli . 1 ' "' iri -h mid bo 111. id.i at a filluro
10.01 ti """ ""'" L'laiutd an adjournment
Il'iriuil iu in nil, bj 11 IIHIiious .llntlier.
Cliail. iami Ii f u.,9 wa-i.inion hircet luft
1 1 ' '" "' 'life 1,'ii'icn on S. unisy iiiouinif to st
"til t'i I . rn.in. AleUt HI u'li'.tk III" tllnllhols
i'Ufi'!' "!' ''i rooms, nun 01 irmllni: open the
fuur . 1 1 h'" lau.l ttr aril-, a liuie tidlil of
Will1 ' "'''t'll ' '11 ll.t hot fcli.tt'. oliu ti l.ei lilotlier
-mi,,, u.. r Tue cnl(( nu (11 UllT ,urc4t,,
Ilihi .., . " ' ofiTiiuoii, Mrs. u anikch, mio Is lu
1,, ;.' r ni deiriun. Btic wsi luiked up to
SSillll.si ,,,(, , luijutsl.
iTIn. .tlind, ,- U Jn.hsin.
ElliaJ ii Us in, of 100 Mai Ion utreet, who waa
'oui4lii 1 v , ,ot ,n iiruo.i,,,, uriprtd i.csrly lists
J,, , ed,oud ud fcatiiraay ulklit. BbeatJe
kitanti? '" " t'epnillon, occunnn Josi'pli Prinze . f
Sirkii.iT 1 . r .. S'ruluB htr a picket sad
ri5 ... " ii sensi ib Onur persunt
u isrl.s 'Iriace 1I10 coum mil lilctiijr. J'rl ico
I'ssts k uj tuonujr nn. weis Lsideu iuipi-
a iti.Mi tutu ia i:rosi:n.
Vhv Ilie Wnshlnulnn Hnndny llernld Mu
tu I mil Ho- Hicpherd U'liul Col, 1'uriipy
I'niiiiil In the lily Itcinnlrr's Oniie.
WAnlllNiirosf, Nov. 2i Vli"ii thy Wnsli
Inuton nine nourished In fill' vloi, nearly all
the preis of the city was alloticed as to adverse
ciltlclsm, and they became nencrally tho loud
mouthed advocate! of tin District Government.
Ilie l.to rmniresslonal Invest lif tlon wsruied
them all Into life and v Ipor, and everr man who
assailed the lllnsr was struck at with ready venom
by all. Iltirrltl's i'midiM iffuiM was ono of
the most shainpi- for Its cross flat'ery of lloss
Plicphcrd, slid lis still crorirr vllllflcatloti of the
cllirens and corres undents who desired an In-vestu-atlon.
This war was kept up diirliuf tlie
luu'silc tl "i. Mni'o ths late election tlie .s'im
il 1 'i lln ihl lias annoiitu'ed that tbo pro
prlet'ir nic.int to publish the pancr slior Iv as a
iteitioer it lo orir.in. 'I lie cool effrontery of this
aniused some persons anil dKnistpil o hers. It
b.ts naturally Invited sliaip comments. I ho
criticisms bv l'n ney's Sunday Chrunhle drew
nut alert bitter nt'ack upon It lssl Sunday by
llurrltt's piper. To-lav Vorncy comes bsck In
n more ipilel insiiiier, and publishes all tie let-al
doeiiment which fully explains the ze.il of the
Mnnf.ij 'nil.f In dc font's of the lllnir, and Its
extraoruliiary aotirvclatlon of lloss Shepherd.
The docillnrnt Is simply a copy of a deed of
trust on Qle 111 the City ltecorder's office, ,i fol
Ira N.Porrllt to Anilrsw C. Itrsdleyi Chattel dred of
truit liei il iliir.l Msrrh II. isil. Ilccurd V! J .Vi lli,
18. 1 1 llt. r 71(1 . fuiioiis;.uJ;.M.
This tru t Is made to secure Alexander It.
Shepherd .V l'n. (3.1S.U 011 three 1 roinls.nrr notes,
each dated March Ii, 1W, and payable ns ful
Ion-si tine for Jim.) In one jeir after dato; one
for I1.1U) lu two years after date, and the third
III three yesrs after d ite for Jt.l.M, ull at clcbt
per cent. Interest from date. The ropcrtv i.tmn
which this Is sccurvd, to (uolc Iroui tbo deed.
Is as follows :
J II tnat c, rnla psrioail propsrty lion centslntl la
ths tiuililinc uird a. ihe oiuie of llir .Mu rf.i llnnhl.
ami kii'inn s i k. 11 .t.rit, I'lirilisr.t, d sc Hied at ful-l.osi-
tine iiuui.le.ryiiul"! Iloepiliuluii pi,is,ocefn.
ral .Irani engine sua l. i.er lo Mlifrsi.ti the iirivu-
shsri suit stucliiiit-bls bi I iukiui; to or couaectcil w. 11
Tho ireclc tacts as above clven were not
prctionsly known, but the piib.lcatloti will not
surprise hiiv one in this city, where the 11 turp
of shepherd's operations has been known.
Ill- baud during bis xflliial lui unib'iicy has i
w its been open to help new-.paper men In this
sort ot wiy, nut has closed 011 some of them
r.itli-r r nik'lily when he found that they were of
110 further ti-e tu 111 111.
Tiiii rvxt.jiAi. or a vovxi i:.s.
The Jtenmrkiilile lllsiiirvnf the Dnugluei' of
a llloiiiuliik'iliile t-'niuils
III St. Aim's Church, Ttvulfth itfreet, Is to
be suns a requiem for the faiorlte damihler of
Col. 1111J Lady Thurno, Alloc the Countess de
I'eriiss.ii', w ho on Thursday mornlni; Ian prayod
at tho altar before which her corpse will Ite
this morning. She knew that Ufa was to be
risked In the stirrical operation which proved
fatal, ami she alio knew that it could only
li stun .1 deith that was surely not lardistunt.
she Pad for many months been preparltn; her
sj'letu bv the most c uiiul i.etarv treato'cot.
and Dr. Sims'- (iteration was fioul ' surk'bal
point of v ew suci t--lnl.
father l.uich m -1. Ann's, r'aihr .Sol in of
the Church of tin- .SititiM and lather I'.kiIh
of St. Ann-, will 00 s' '"f altar, a'nl I ie 1 el.
bruted choir ol m '.tin's (.'hutch will slue Inc
Two of lb f" in' "s's children are here, a
dauirli er of uio-.e.-u. ho i said to be leiy
Pesai'.lf ill, ntnl a bin ; ii'.r .id thvle are the litis
n.iinl. 1 son In the Trench aruii, and a daughter.
The l" iiintes's family lime a pccul ir bNiory.
lit r fatiurnus n vuuj (.nicer in he rimed
stales .Saw, and her niothtr, a daiikliter of t ie
Ja.ltieys of llloomiiik'dale, whose i.otnest.-ad
wa. liiiti I'ark, 1111J who as loni: as thet lived,
had their daughter und tier husband and tiill
dren llvluir in their bouse, but never simku to
the husband 11 slu.'le word. Tlio old couple lo
'rieathvd their est ite tn their eldest grandson.
This toy was thrown from 11 bor e and iillled,
and the fortune was Inherited bv Col. Tlmrno
as the 1 Hiire-l heir. He Hied In Irilico with ols
fitnill) for many )iiir-, lived m.uiiidlcentlv, and
pa his uaurfiittTH tn loarrl ico to iiobleiiien.
lie limb th f1111.lv- inansloti In West Sixteenth
sin et, in t. s. ire .ind llai-roofed, with an
tiiioosin porch 111 front, 1 lid stone dons; a
van), with a fountain, mil a stone urn tilled with
(lowers and v 1 r li.uik li vines.
jii.i;ssiMi a in: i.l.
An Iiupie.slte Ceieinoiiy In St, InlilrUn
I hiirch, Jersey (it).
Fully two tholisutlil porsotis initlieri'il
luside the iinllnislii'd walls of St. Patrick's
l.liurili, Ocean nviiiui'. Jer.jcy Citv Ilelk'hts, )es
tcrday afternoon. On bare nine bonds stood an
Immcnso liel:, wiik'hhi't at least 3,710 pounds, to
be blessed by lllshop CorrikMti.
The IIMnipwas acc vipanleil by I'athers Mc
Mamis and Tlrsout, the latter it Jest1ltlc.1l mis
sion u v. with keen fiatures and bun; Iron cruy
hair. The lllshop delivered a short address on
tlie ori.'lu ol the use of bells hi the Christian
t 'i urch. mid of the Cithnlln Church Iniiarlieul ir.
The biiptlsiiial cereiiotiiy lasted nearly an hour,
nndv.'ds liitcrestlnk. l'nei niolat Itikr pnests, with
their ii..il)ies, walked down from the altar,
and. (villi a ewer of vv .ter, basin, and tone),,
wadii'd the b dl with hcly water Inside and .nil,
lb tur'iliur to the ult.ir, .1 imi: praver vv is icclteii.
the (into of the inv i-alioti. vvhich was In
hallu, the three n ueil Intliers acahi ilesi ct'ileii.
tw.. ac'dytes 1 earloj caudles aloft. T'he llisnoii
ifen fr.n.i a sin.ll vl il pinned a quantity of oil,
and with tne lip of t'ie ton'tlnccr ol bis rlai.t
h ml -ire ii.,-d the tin.iit Hides of the bell, re
pe iiiitk' tin word-of i''iii-eeralloii In Latin. The
lli-in. 0 111 n ( halite, 1 a oral cr. alter w liich the
1 . II was 1 hiKHin d " St. 1' trick." '1 lie rues of
' .I'tis.o t I 'S -d wl (1 .ui .'1 1 In st to the -poiisors.
lie b II w II be , I o t d in position to-d iy bv
Messrs Meuctij ,V Imp Ii ily. the foinders, of
li iv. ir. M. in- ' ; r Uiv s .id tbut t..e bell
vvas tie larcosi cat bv toe firm 111 in iliy vcars.
'In., ri. st of loaiiilii iurii..' ..ml crci-Uoii was
over i ."1.K11. '1 In-1 1 nr I n is cost so far exclu
sive uf iliu land, I'o.i
1 112 JAISl Ol' I II I', hi. Id E.
e-teid.i) rteiiini.ii's eivlces In the l.lttlo
(iiunii Itoiiutl (he (riior
V'.'illii.iri M. s'a'iilurs, 'lii m,i"hlulst mill
sta.-- iik'peiitor of tlio nloii Sipiare Theatre,
alt i' u brief Illness, died ol, Thuisday In tho
I'li'niiiu iioiise of iml a, ement of the heart.
I He t ' irlv-slx "aii o! 1 K.,i the last twenty
) cat - lie 1 .id l"',ii i'o.iiu'i 'ed Wit Ii tile I llympic,
W.iil 11 k's.thu Villi. Avi iiii.', linii other tliiiilres.
Hit l.t -t work via-. d"io' ot the Clou ipiaro
l'he itre. :u 1 of bin. Mr. A. .'I. I'aliner, the m ill-.
ak'tr. -aid: "He wa- 1.' if the lun.t -U.iiriil
luiii in h'.s profes-loii. an 1 I. in largely ovvintf to
hi- ability and Indus! v tli it. vri have I.e. 11 able
to 1.1 1 , hit'-In t '111 I mini s.iiaie 1 Inn! re
wi'h sii.li r. iniirrt ilde -inootliiie.ss mid coin
pli t' ncsi.. " Such Has Mr anilers's skill Hint
al,o .t -ix viar' uo, when Mrs. .1 din v ood tiad
tne ii.aii.ik'oinelil if the St .lam, s Jliiatio III
1,111111 ni, -Vie sent Im' 1.1 is. 1 iliiiiiik' 11I111 tne l..r.f-e-t
-ul. u) ever pabi fin such services.
i'ne funeral st rv ices were performed V sler
dav afleriiiiou in the " I. tile Chnitli lion 11 the
r 'incr." .-li.A.M. 1'iilmer. il.e iirin.ik' r, and
Mr J lint's V. Tin ipe. tl' stairc p uiink'i 1 "f Ihe
I'lilon :tiinre ll.eall"; All- (i.iiit Mollis,
Mes irs. ( lauilc 'luiroiiuhs, Hurt Jackson. John
M.'iib vvs, mid Mr. MoiHk'"inorv nl the I'nl n
S.jii re; Mine, 1'nn'sl of Wnllok's, Mr. .lolm
lluviiiolid of Urn I'.uli, Mi. ( h. tk'i lii'.iiuikii
of llootb's, ninl Misi N1111 V.uliui a 1 1 1 1 Mr.
Daniel II. Hiirkius of the Fifth Avenue, und
others attended llinluiin.il. 1 lie Interment was
In the Cypress lliiu Lomeieiy.
A Twentieth Wind Teinpeiiinrc I. nunc.
Tho I'ulii'o of the 'i'liiity-seveuth street sin
lion lianied uu Saiuiiliy licit Mrs Mar) Ann Kiim da
of .''Of i-.lcvtutU avitiue had Ik tu ilmik'i I'uu.ly Iteuteu
aiiil laj irei '-iy tier tiusliiiiiil, Muliacl. Mr-. Ktunili
was found In a stsl el 'listilutlou, bavin net 11 alii 11
iloi'i'il h) her Itmbiuidsii'l ion tiftfrinelia'J ticca beaten,
stioiii flvu urei s airo. M.e vi is o lots (11.11 r.s removal
10 Hi lo vue llu-plul wss ut oiii. iiet I'P d ui'Oii llieiu
tue ,.ti) I. isu. euiilil if iv. 110 li"e ul l.f r recov-iy.
Sr. ui ti" neiiflin irs It was Ii arm d 11. i Kuur Iti liad
i.ti milisi I'lly 'tun In. vi'.c, ttho uas vsri Inieiii.
p. 1 i'. in .1. iters ou M rl . . .'elite Luurl junnliy
tlie li'l.lisuU sss coliillill'eil.
Tiiliiiuue ' sliiioiliia ut the Devil."
Dr. Talm.ik'" )ciiidrty, bofi.ro prcachlnc his
mtmorial .tniioa uf Mrs iiiti-lte !'aluitr. ike e.siitl
1st, sine that on next Kuu'isv nioriiint; lie Would ri ply
In tlie L-ritici.li.. inki'e 10 hi. I'lijectiuli 10 Ilie llietlle.
lie stilled thai there was nnu si ulun iliu line at Is 1 11s
for Hie slau'l he Ini'l I k ti. ' I li .vt- off 11 alinr 1 at 'l.e
tli ill," 110 .slil, ' nun iiils.ei! tiiui, out ttili I line 1 tliiik
tlie sleil liss iskeii itleii Juiikli,c by Hie way la wlutii
li lean ihil btiloas."
A ('" A. II ill tlon nl the Illppnili oi'iw,
ll-tiniiin will liuiufiirate tlie winter season at
the Hli'i'otJroinc lu niijlil itu the new urienta. p-tean'
of tlie Icte st I'ekiii. A Istks sum of lnon-1 litis been
(SeiitP U en ttm sii"rt itii . s it 11 vviilpri.i iiiiuin
of ipltnuor nirir iiefure t.i'ull' a 111 ll.li cuuu ry 1
(iooiiAi.t.'rt li.AViNii CaiiIiS.- New styles for
lUfn. llsaiiuful now iltsiko, 'Aiarlua luii," nusr
, lt4Jy,-4Us, 1
Tilt; MAHUI U!E lir.I, AIMS' AOAIX
Hpnry Wnvd llreclier ns Heen by tlie Hnlnlly
llclnis VTbn Do Not .llnrry-The Shnker
Wonicu us Hppn by Men svbo Do Itlnrry.
On flip Htnuo of Btolttwity Hull, ypstor
ilay, sixteen Shakers sat III a prim scml circle.
Six or clkdit of them were women, who, with
their (iiiecrdresses and staid ilcinsanor, tnlk'ht
liuvti passed tor nuns. Tho only exception was
a pi imitold lady, who wore spectacles, and sat
at tho end of the row, a rather motherly and
Jolly than spiritual woman. The flro others
were pulo-fnccd, tnlddlc-acod or elderly, ntid
sombre ns the itrave. Over their cropped hair
thev wore caps of transparent white stuff.
Their shoulders and arms were closely wrapped
In white shawls. Their dresses woro a purpl'sli
drab. Their necks were wrappod to tli ctr chins
with vvhlto muslin. Thus their entire dross
above the waist was all white, their faces were
pallid, and the effect was chostly. The men sat
In an opposite scitnicnt of the half circle, and
were a realization of the Ideal Shaker nlcturod
on II a applc'iiuce boxes. They wear their hair
as tliouch It had been combed down strsk'lit In
nil dliectlons from the bump of approbatlve
ness, and then cut nut to let the face tlirouch.
I.lttle patches of closely trimmed whiskers
Jotted down 111 Ir iit of their oars Into their
otherwise clean-shaven checks. Dark drab
coats and pantaloons, hluh turned-down collars,
and heavy boots completed their visible nttlre.
In the ivntrn sat Father I'v.ins, the spiritual
be id of the Iichanonnud Watcrvllet communi
ties, from which these exponents of Shakeiisin
had been selected. He ts 11 sombre, stern-featured
man of sixty )cars nr so. and uilulii be
mistaken for a determined Methodist circuit
ruler of llfty venr iik-o. In n Metier chair bcldc
Father Kvaus sat Mr A. II. Miller, a Spiritualist,
woo had been requested tu preside.
ANN l.lt'ft VHTAOC.
There ws n pra)er at tlio opening of the
session, 'ine Shakers do not pray In the ordl
mrv way. Sir. .Mlder Introduced Klder Albert
l.oonils, a iMine shaker closely reseinblluc Fal
win llonlli, He said that be had lived with the
Sh ikers at Wateivlict for twentv-llve years, and
was proud ot his connection with them. Ills
theme was Motln'r Ann I.ee, w hose persecution
In Kinrliiiiil and lllcnt to America with 11 few ud
herents he sketched. He alo told the story of
a breech lu the side of the ship w hlch brought
Ann I.ee over, through which the water poured
In .1 volume so treat as to navu sunk the snip In
u few- minutes but lor Mother Ann I,ec, who
commanded the voyaircrs to banish their fear,
said that she would save them, and at once the
detached plank flew back Into Its place. Klder
Ixionils epitomized the peculiarities of Shaker
belief a., disbelief In marriage, war, or tho per
sonal nvvner-hln of property: and as Including a
worship, imt of Christ or Ann of t.ee, but of the
principles of the two- He nlo dlscountcii meed
the use of tun lilble Hi the public schools, and
the Introduction of the name of (ind Into the
Con million. Alter be bad llnlshed, and had
l.rro applauded, six of the Shaker women and
four of the nu n stood lu a row and sane a b) 11111,
w ith the
We an- Juioiipilne an lo the latelsnrl of llrht,
durli mil if ul ti 'in tv here sin csunol bllk'iit,
ui I. .t.l suit Cicrusl liulile.
F.blrress Harriet llullsrd spoke next. She Is
not iiniike h i 'rttia Mott. Her vice is mipdcal.
In r uiiiliui I'litiei 1, .ml she led n hearer Into tne
d li i"ii tii.it .-he W..S really s:i)liik sometliliik
of cou-t'tpiiiu'e titiul an iinciimmoulv worn
plalitiid similed the effect. When sho oami to
a deiiiiniiutton of iiidulk-ence lu iih)sic.il pin s
lilts, auu a lai.dail 111 ol spiritual Joys, she vvas
ni'To c.trncs. and origin il. She cited the toacli
lues 01 .Moses .mil the example of Christ, us siis
poriluc the Shaker theory of celibacy. She
added that the movement forwomiu's eleva
tion would not irain k'rniind until she is freed
frtrn the boliuavTO of lust, and set on a blither
plane of purliv uud virtue tu work out lieroiwi
s illation. ' lu thlscap.tclt)," shesalu, " woman
has no more to do wltn politico than hsvo tlie
niik'i'ls. Her place Is Py the side ot man. Sue
sliniild so uiiUerstaiid tho physical laws of her
own lieihk' as la brink- lot Hi only offsprlnk'
I.1..UI1V in mind an I body. Tho ureal truth
that reji tier .lion is above ireneralloii needs to
be untleii t "ii. '
Ktdtr joiin It. Van'e salu that tho Convention
wis hoi itrohi'i'd to make enlivens. Vuiitik'
p("i;'le, he cutiiliiuid. ollen for-ook the sbil.t r
t .tniuiiiiliies, and such ev uits were reported to
the shakers' detriment. lie wa- not surprl-ed
that bov . and ctrls who had not bec'tme Sn. kers
In iirli 11. 1 1 p should not ml here to their was.
uni- 11 lew persons Lame to tbeui prepared
the 1110111:11 I.ll'K
that the Shskers feci bound to live. It was the
fault of anon poisons' llr.t tdrth that the) were
mil lii'tilpi! for .1 second birth, i'lio sKcn e 1.1
.i,iid..tiiiir tlu earth properly was not under
stood. When children vvere hck'nllcn In 11 proper
n.i) Hi 1 shakrs would be able to Prink' them up
to their ovv n spiritual plane. "What 1111 excel
bill nine. ' liisaid.lii ill tli tally, "a i..lifi'S-l, ni.il
would Have been in lliokl)u, ol late, If ion
f .-.li.n i really k'ood for the -owl." Further on
be sa il, " How can tho poor net the found free
lu a i hiircn vvlure the iinst.r k-ti- u salary of
Iv eutv tboiis.iiiil u year, and the pews ren. for
iiioii.ii to make It a k't'otl speculation'" Further
011 he 1 ,nd, " In toe riinilioli time a pastor saul.
1 1 haiiktiod, I lu-ver bt'l'ilik'etltitupcai'esoclei).
I win, not af'.ervv am surprised to lunr lilul named
in touiiectioi with uiilmal Indulitences of a
ci nu 111 jl ii.ituri'."
HITV tCAIIK A flItAKr.lt.
i;iilorc. Doolitlle, tue lady mentioned above
a uj.'liv exeeptioii .iiiioii the female Shakers,
w, s Inirodin ed as "celeinatin lier.ilden wed
dim:.'' Ve-terday was the little. Ii anniversarv
of ber mil hi with the Watervclt eoininiiuii).
Her tltf uu- was her 'ex's ruins, but she fuvou-d
II dl-tltit't split ;e of independence for women.
Aftir -he bad Uiii.-oon, an old man lu n front
seat atir icted attontioii ny haiidllik' up .1 slip of
pa, or. He nail Ink'tin with vv.ltiui: uiic.ir.is
1.11 - in. uiv . 1 1 1--1 1 1 1 - for the Slnkuis to answer
- no r tne '. iil'ij of the servhe. When his
c ud- r ui 0111 in- 11-etl tnvelopes, and when tin y
v. 1 le .,11 kone lie tort- leaves out of his diarv auu
m'ib'ib.l 1,11 thet. 1. At last no notice bavliik
lict'i r.'aptl of his epistles, he llllllk' his urul. ex
li't iily and bi'.-an to speak, but at leiikili I'un
s.iiti d. ul tlie cm ue-t euireaiy of a l oiupiiiion,
to .-11 .ion n. A vet) lon.-balied man In the b.n k
purl of the hall uli" tried to make a speech, Imt
the audience luuiilied at Mm, and culled for
l.i' her I. van", who vvas expected tn ili.sc.rHie
what Im r iw 111 ,1 stay of three days with the
laldys lul lil 1 1 1 iideu. Hut he ilesirioed iiothln,'.
"T.10 niiterlal liointiiu," he said, "for hundred-of
miles around ihe Fdd)s' place are like
liol) land, loiiuettiiik' with the lower phases of
the spiritual world. I I1.1t luik'hhorhood is pec 1
llarly elcciileal. The Indians of 1l1.1t rek-lon ex
ist now- lu ihe lower walks of the spirit world.
Out ol tlie bud) tin y rem dn about there."
Till. MA.SMilS lit' Tilt AlUII.Mi:
The h II was utmost full in the evetilni;. niioiit
'x linliilr.-il pers n- pa) mit Ufly 1 enls each for
rc-crveil seat-,, while eiuht or nine bundled
went In Willi tveiiiial uduiUidoii lli'kti- ,11
twtntv-llve i "ills iiiuece. Theie was sliik'ilik' to
li'kiii w nn, and I lit 11 lor uearlv two hours Father
V. ma spoke. "1 lie whole couuti y is k'ohik' to
it. strii("i"it," Im binned out, without loiltim
In. iv or why. He told his hearers that they
weie "iiiari)liif, tlkditliiir Chilsti ins." Hedealt
1l1.-1011l.t1i1 dly with the uiiirrl.ik'C re'.illon.
"When rou want In teljii with the l'rlnce of
Ft at e," he said, "stop marr) Ink', for as loiik' us
you mull) lou'll ll.iit. 1 wouluu'l let u married
man or woman hold olllce, but would clve tliem
ull to celei'l.ites of either sex." About doctor
nik' tie stld. " Hasn't liny person lu this audience
11 pi rfect rlk'lit to prin tlse metllcliic hi any way
)ou 1 hoosa as well aa a set of miseriible iUU''ks
vv Im liun n to hold iliplomasi" Anoilier niik'
k't'l of vvlsdmii vva- lttist"'lhe republic Is the
k'crm of the nuiv c.irlh. Shakerism Is the eeroi
of Hie new heaven. On.y the lln-t cycle of their
development is pust, und llilic are six luoie to
The iiudlcnce itot uneasy pcfore Father Ilvius
stoppeu, and itiuuv twin out. Fldeiess lliiru
li nn made u brbi speech alter I1I111. but It was
liilirrili'ltd by brute siile.'il.llik' dnvvii the aisles.
Thu llnal li)iuu ira siiiil' at liulf past nine
A l.tfe Siiiliiice lur blinder,
T110V, Nov. -'l.-Diviil Shcehan was found
k'ulll) uf iiiunler lu tlie iicoud dtKr-c tudjy liefore
Jutli;e YVoitiruDK. tlu tlic lllh uf July last Jamil
lteusu, the murdered m 111, iivlnc nenr bhcdiati, win e
it-ti'ik ru It .1 t i.4in 1st tn while in tied, smt spphed the
tllllii'l ".lii'iii ftenltr" to aim. Sill (iiaa k'"l Up .iml
win! ot.t.wt.e.i s ipiurrrl ensuetl. uml. after some . tut
Dili ats. 1 het li u kui uu ate unit liruiut-ii his uiiiaaoinsi.
'Hie miirui red man died twelve da)s afterward, t tie
Jurr w.re 'ill but a tew miuuiti. blictiisu hiis ieu
tuuied fur life.
A Sunday Nikhl Hull.
I r v 1 1 1 ir place was enlivened last ovriilnif with
loiuiUK 'ml s"lun is'ilskes, sail around Irvuij; Hall
were the us.it il o.ilraM liullcatlons ot s billwltlilu,
1 tie Krhcli'iik'i a .lesldi societv, hud nxed unon Sunday
luk'hl lur 1 ne. r reielioli. Ihe slleudaiire was k'real
(uuUk'lt to lln Ihc liull auu loliliies iiucoiiifuruid), tlie
(lie aimniu rllii ( uuUkli lu make Hie sc tie lull, I ail.
f id Ihe fun wss nrl.a tiiouuh tu hulil the uauters until
fr h.tu Muudsy muruii.K.
rUhlluu for u Drlnli,
t'huiles Cook of ldl Ilroonio street ami William
-c, mj of 137 bsldwin street, Newark, Irlrtl lu net
utu Jtlin Iluwcrs'ss loou it 87 West street yesterday
inurimik for a drills', sivi were refused siliulllince,
Then I isr .noke llieunY Hie wladuwt sail erst Mr.
Hewer iu I' vcr If 011 ihe tic it w ilta Deer glsisis sad
cUslr Out tils life ts Ueipsliea of.
tilt 11. LI AST 1. 1: IHLAJXO V.
TivpntT'spvpn millions ol'Acrea of T.nnd Y.x
empt from Tuxntlon-Tlip l'norninus Hub
sidles nl Three l.rrnt Itilllrulid Lines.
Wabhinoton, Nov. 'XL Tlio ntitnbnr of
acres of land actually patented to tho I'aclflo
ltallroad companies ui tier the Congressional
lmd erants 1st Union rao.rlo ltallro.-d, TOT.Wt
actesj Central I'aclflo llnlfio.vl, iW.Oll acrosi
Kansas I'aclflo ltallroad, Htl.lat) acres, Ths num
ber of acres selected, Imt withheld from patent
by this order of Secretary Cox, Nov, 3, lftOT, to
pwalt the completion of tbo roads, In accord
mice with the report of tho "commission nl flvo
rmliieut cltirens," vvus'Atl acres by tho I'lilon
l'.iclllc, and (U,U' nr the Central l'aciflr ('oiiipn
ny. T'lieso two romls havlntr been now arccp ed
as tiropcrlv rumpleted am rutltled tu demand
and rcoclvo patents for ti e remainder of their
land k'runts, which tlic Hi 11cr.1l Land Ufllro estl.
mates will nnioiint to l-.HI,0UU acres for tho
t'nlonVaclflc, and y.lM.lKO acies for the Central
Pacific Oompauy. The estimated quantity whlcli
the Kansas racllle Italln.nd CompatiT may ra
celvo under Its kraut Is (l.CJOAU acres. Tbo law
of July 2, ISM, however, ItiibUla the Issuance of
patents for I mils to any I'aclrta ltallroad Com
pany. until tbo cost of sin Try luir, selecting, and
coiiv-evliik- the l.iinls applb d for shall have been
flist paid Into the United States Treasury: and,
ss there Is no law requiring the comp mles to ap
pl) for patent unless the) wish to, and no ma
chinery has been provided for enforcing the pro
vision of the act of llvrii, that Inula nut sold by
the railroads within threo years after the com
pletion of their roads shall he Itaole tn be sold
under the preemption tsws, for their benefit, at
tl.U per acre, the I'aelnc ltallroad companies
may Indefinitely delay the Issuance ot patents
for these lands, and thus l:iep them exempt
from taxation, althoiik'h still reserved from iten
eral settlement, and susceptible of sale by said
DOXALIi .l'A'.IVM JlKtl 31VX.
The Knsl Side Children's tsumlay Afternoon
vtllh Ihe W'urni HpMmt Indliins.
Tho clillilt en of tho Aliinon ll.t:. Clnirch,
on Norfolk stroot, were vl-lted yestorday by
Donald McKay and six of his Warm Sprlnk'
Indiana, and for two hours of more tbo yotinir
iters bad as happy a tlmo as thnuirli they were
at tho circus. Tho church ess crowded. On
the platform sat tho pastor, three or four other
cleritymen, and the six Indians, wltn Donald
McKay. Dr. -McKay, and two Indian children,
one n ftno boy of thirteen, the other a very
pretty little Klrl of oven. After the sltnrlmr of
a liniin the pastor Introduced Donald McKay,
who mni lu homely phrase a brief account of
his connection with the Warm HprlDit ludlins
and his loiitr rldo tbrouifli ths snow tu the Lava
Dr. McKay then Introduced the Indians by
name, itlvluif a short account of each man's
career. The eldest, he sali was ono whose
word had never been doiili cd by red skin or
paleface. In tho councils l his tribe he was
ulwa)s listened tn with attention, and his ad
vice wits always followod. Jti Unlit be was a
warrior, cool, cautious, and brave: and ns a
father ami Irleinl tils example could safely be
followed by civilized n.en. The Doctor In In
troducHik' the warrior whu captured Cant. Jack,
and who, bv the vvu, wears n luoust iche. said
of I1I111 that he never fnlcd to answer when culled
upon for service, mid that, allhiiuitli he looked
like 11 very quiet man. ce was n terror to his foes.
'I he old warrior then n.atle speech, which was
Interpreted by the Dmior.
Hi' special request the Indians sane one of
their soul's of praise to ths Ureal Spirit -n
weinl. monotonous wall, now soft and 1 w as
Hume rune, now loud ami w-ilti as "Skntduitiam
or the sniica uf Wolnaiiioinen." 'Iliu sliikiiik'
was warmly applauded.
Another sfieecli from the c d chief vvas fol
lowed by all address to the Indians by the Iter.
Dr. Kellers. While tho next aoni; vv.is belm:
sunk', a collection w.ts taken up. und the pro.
feed were equally divided L -a ceil the ludiaus
and the Sunday school.
rut: dk.iiii nr cm- r. st.orr.
A ltutllnn'M rilnnu-shitt tb svhs Yenr-i In
Dolus- Its Terilb'.i Work.
Jolmiincs C. Slott, ntt usC.iiitulu of po
lice lu this city, died of psinlysls on Saturday In
bis home at Ninth uvonuo and Fifty-first street.
He bck'an his career as n policemaji when the
police vvere known us "leatlierlie.nl.,'' and In
I.-.", on tho orvanlzation ot the force, he vvas
made a patrolman In the Metropolitan l'ollco
Department. He was made sergeant In tho
Iprlnir of lN".!, under V jit. James K. Coulter, In
tho Tvvcnt)-spcond Ward. On Capt. Coulter's
resnrnatlon April I. KjU, Scrirt Slott becimo
iicUni: Captain, and Coulter vv.is niponted Har
bor Master, ami was subsequently elected n l'o
liee Justice. A few mor.ths later, through Coul
ter's liillueiice, Serirt Slctt wa-i made Captain,
Some tears .urn Cunt. Slott vvas assaulted with
a sluiik'-shot by 11 friend uf a primmer whom he
bail nrrestetl. .iiid the siroke of paralvals under
which be died was tbo lestilt of tuat injury. In
l.-?1'. with a numi.er ot oilier Captains, Capt,
Slutt belm: then Ml years of a. e, was retired on
an annual pension of il.Utl. After his r tire-nit-lit
tin was emploveu 0) the Llk'hth A Venue
ltallroad Compaiiv In various cmnitk". Ho
continued his tiiemtn rshlp lu the I'olli'e Mutxal
Aid Society, anil from tins -oiirce ins family will
receive ul out Jl.-MI. He Icavis a widow and
17: 01.11 noiti.n'.s xinrs.
A llicec In the tieiuinn Itrlrli.tim A 1 1 lit!
to I'l luce lll-iiniit k.
llr.iti.ts. Nov. 'Jl, lit the IIolilitnK to
il iy Depiit) I.lebknecht otfered n motion for the
release of several Democratic Deputies who ill 0
now in prison.
Ilerr ludliorst supported the motion, and lu
t'ie coune of his speech hinted lit the frequency
of arrests, reuiurkliik' tbut even an Ambassador
was not safe,
l'rlut'e lllsmarck replied to Ilerr Windhorst.
Ilerr I.aikcr remarked that ho was oppox-d to
discussion nt present of the motion, sn) liu ho
preform) Its postponement until thn debute on
judlt l.il icforms bud taken place. He remitcd
the absence of u preliuilniir) public culmination
Into the ca-es of nrrestetl iicrsons which vvoulil
h tvo prevented the dl.scuilnatlon ol dublo is
Ilrr lleiiiieiiiport'er spoke of the persecution
and imprisonment of bishops for conscience
l'rlnce Illniarck. lu reply to Ilerr llelchen
sperk'er, said the Idler placed the sulili'ttilc
conscieiiti' above the ,n,Je(ilve l iw. The I'ltr.i-lii'.nlanc-
mid Local Democrats lit-lil ideas of
conscuiice vv hlch cannot 00 adopted aa u stand
aril. After furt nerdebate Hcrr I.li'bknecht's motion
Mutiliiliiil Fli iiliins in Frniiie,
I' VIII", Nov. '!. Tho Itt'lilllilll'.lll lilllill
(lutes were ueuerilly succussliil In the miinkl
pal iilcctbins held to-day at Lille, Valenciennes,
si. F.tlenne, Dijon, (irciiohle. Havre, Cambral,
I'erljietix, Alik'ers, und l.linok'cs. ,
'I. tie Cuiuoni. thn Minlaier of I'tibllc Instriie.
tlon. will prob.ilil) be niilL'eil lo lesikii In'i-.m-e
tie conferi eil the ilt'coratiuii of tlie l.ek'l ui of
Honor on M. Cni.iiir.iril, son of tbo unpopular
prolcsxirof that iiaiuu.
The I'ope 011 I'liil'. Tvnt'iill.
Di'iu.i.v, Nov. -'"J. Tin' l'iiii! lias written
In I aidlmil CiiIIpii, tli.iiil-.nikr '1 1111 and thu Irish
Illslmps for their coiidiiiiliiillon of the address
delivered by I'rof. Tvndalliit llellast, und dn
t'littiiik' that iiothlim Is to be so dreaded us
" llioespliltinil piiates vvhoaO trade Is lo despoil
the souls ol men."
The War lu Spiiln.
M.viiiitii, Nov, '!. Strniiii'rH with trooim
lire beuliiiiliu; to urilvo at Sautaiidcr. The k'un
boat I'rosperldas, with 1.M0 men on board, Is
inissliik', mid It Is feared she has been lost.
Trunin lias tieen icsumed on the Jludrld and
A Ciiiel .Willi 1 1 III St'Miilli.
I'lilUp Jllller of "7 Mercer street vvas found
lan niRht I') (iilleer Haird In Market stnet, near Law.
rence, Newark, with tioili eve. so bmliy Injured thai lie
euiilil nut see. He .sld dial In' lull tieen aliai Set! hv
sollie Ullkltuwn pel. mis. Ho will lose ulle, il 111 1 hnlll
his 1 yes. '1 lie injuries at re iiiatle by some stiarp weapon.
Fiiiiluiiiiilic 111 Vent Cm.
Ni;w Oni.rANii. .Nov, --'. The sleainer Cuba ar
rind lo tis) from Vera I'ruz, brlajluk' news of surarlh.
quake at that place on Hie Itlih Inst. Two ihucki,
euiii I'litiiii: leu second., were fell aloau Hut eiiiirn
Mi xlcsu coait. hevernl houses were iicsirovetl. slid
kiisl cuDslcrusllun prevalleil, but uo lives wir lost.
(,'tiinpUlliiir the Appiopilnilon Hill,
WAHlllMiTO.N, Nov, .".',-The Leulslallve, Kxe
cullve, snd Judicial Approiirlstion bill has brtju ina.
lured, and tins) sctlun will be liken uu the Nan Ap
pruprl illuii uill ou Mund.y. ihcre Ii a pru-prrl Inst
the sppruurUlloui will lie a rsiliicllou of froui -live lo
tea per leut from wliai tiior were lail rear.
Huntlur h ports 011 l.uuir Isluud,
In acocklim main In Mcfloverii's pit on Long
III ind, New Vork cucki wtu iiea tsttki jrsiterosjr,
aid Lung Ulsuil cecu wva four,
JOHN W. IIOl.CQ.MDl'i'S BII IDE
ax on in: n or a nitr.sT vitr.si:xii:i
ata wmnnxa u:aht.
A Discarded flirt's Suit for Ilrenrh of
I'romlsp-Ten Thonsanil Dollnrs Wanted
from n Wenllhy Vouni Jerseyinnn,
In Knst Millstone, Bomcrvlllp, New
Ilrtmswlck, and nehrliliorlnif tovffis InNewrJer
scy, ever) body Is talklnir of tho suit for breach
of promise of mnrrl.ik-e Instituted by Miss Sarah
Juno lloaglaud airalnst John Wesley llolcomho,
who live nenr F.a.t Millstone. Iloth persons are
well known there, and the story told by the
rcililcnts-ls that Itnlcninbe gave them to under
stand that Miss Ilnaulaml vvas to be his bride,
lie chsimril his mind, however, and on tho 12th
Inst, msrrlod Miss Mary Frances Oarrettson.
On the eveiilnir of the weddlni.', und Just after
tliecoremony, tho newly elected Sheriff of tho
county, Mr. Totten, appeared on the scene with
nn order of arrest for the bridegroom, and great
tins the commotion In the houso of the brlilo.
Sheriff Totten Is a tnlld-maniicred man, and It
vvas not bis wish to servo tho offensive docu
ment at that time, and, besides, the bridegroom
was one of his active supporters at tho polls on
election day. Hut there were those who urged
Ii 1 11 1 on. The hrldckioom was nugry, and thn
brldo lost her solf-contrnl, and her brother eald
nianr unpleasant things to the Sheriff. At
length an Influential relative of tho brldo offered
to become security for the appearance, of tho
bridegroom In court. Then the wedding fea'l was
eiiJo)ed, and after that Mr. and Mrs. llolcomho
started on their wedding tour. When thev re
turned to Fast Millstone, according to thn
loungers around tho depot, they were not en
thusiastically received. No one was heard to
say, "tlod blo you," and as they went up the
street, thn btldo was tvro or three pace behind
was by no means the hippy man that a bride
groom ought to be, and If his fnen Is any Indica
tion of bis reclines he Is still In doubt whether
to be In a good or a bad humor. The suit against
him, It Is said, will soon be tried. He Is :-J years
of age, and formerly lived In New York and
llrookl)n. Ills parents live In the latter city.
He has made his home In Kast Millstone for the
last eltrht years, and takes care of a beautiful
farm, which, It Is generally understood, Is the
property of Ids mother. He was a widower
wIipii be promised to niarrv Miss Hoagland, his
first wife having died about two years ago.
Ou Saturday a representative of The Bl'N
went to 11 .st Millstone. Mr. Iloaeland's liouio
was soon reached, but Hoaglind was not nt
home. The daughter had gone away to visit
friends, and Mrs. Hoacland, a quiet, reserved,
and kindly-faced woman uf uliout fifty, re
ceived the reixirter. The house Is very plain,
but neatlr and tastefully furnished. In It the
elder Hoagland have lived for twenty-six years,
Mr. Hoagland seemed In distress. She evi
dently keenly felt the wrong which she con
sidered had been done her daughter by Mr. Hid
combe. She aald thu. alio and her daughter
nad known Mr. Ilolcimbe's first wife verv well :
thai they attended her in her last Illness, and
that when she died be said to her (Mrs. Hoag
land), " Von nro the b. st friend I've got." She
liked him, and when ho began tu visit ber
duiiahtcr she had ever)' reason to believe In bis
gootl intentions. He was of an cxtraordinarll)
and forbade her daughter t speak tn many
persons ol both sexes. He w.ts particular In
warning her to have nn cmuiiitilcatlon with
tho girl whom be afterward married. Miss
Hoagland was fund of society, and her mother
expoliilatt-tt with Mr. Holcombe, but ns the
tlmo dn last June) drew near when It vv.is an
uotiiiccd that he was lo marry Miss Honglaml,
bpwnsev 11 more severe than evci.aud bis In
tended bride bad turned from tienrly ull her old
acquaintances to please him. He sought occa
si his to quarrel with her about little t uius, and
nt length, tu a burst of Indignation, lu cast ber
aside and sought the company of tho girl he hud
so repeatedly urged her to shun.
"Sarah would not have leltso bad about It."
added Mrs. Hoagland, " bad besought a wife In
mine ot'icr section of tho country. Hut here,
right under her very nose, he beirnn to sbow
great attentions to another girl, and It wa too
much for flesh and blood to stand."
Mrs. Hoagland said that her neighbors Joined
with her In the belief that she had done exactly
rlk'lit when at:o bad llolcomho served with nn
order of arrest, and many said that his conduct
was infamous. Whether any d'linages could be
ontalned from him vvas doubtful, but the Judg
ment rould be held over his bead for jears, and
II would serve as a gentle reminder that he had
wronged a confiding girl, and nuiv be It might
make his dsvs unpleasant, and that would be
The suit Is for JIO.OW damages.
1 llC A UK A A HAS CO A .S lit A V V.
tJng-l.nvv l'olnnd Working on the Sly In the
Suillll-f lil)loll llllerewt.
Washington, Nov. a;. Mr. Wllslilti of
Arkansas had on Saturday a long and satisfac
tory Interview with the Attorney-General In
n lercnce to the affairs of that State, and espe
cially the claim tu the tiovernorshln set up by
that dlsiPk''ibhcd hermit, the Hon. Voluey
Voltaire Smith. Mr. Wllshlro expresses tho
opinion that nothing will be done with the sub
ject by the Administration prior to the meeting
of emigres, I'er contra, tho conspirators en
gaged here In theSniltli-Clayton-Dorseylnteret
were ft, undent opto last evening that the Presi
dent would soon lirop up their bogus govern
ment bv lu- bayonets. ti'ic-I.ivr l'olalul Is plat
ing it ny shy with the nr-vvopapcr men, nut ts
really vv.uklu.- all he call in -1 cret to urge 1111 the
Ailtnlni-lr.iiloii to Intervene nnd set up tlio
effete carpet-bag ii'ginie. Judge Wllshlre a)s
I'li.pli.uli'.illy that without lioveriiment aid
VoiiieV Voltaire Smith uld not be aide tu get up
n partv In Arkansas tn b,i k up his ureteti-lons.
In leferelica to the pretence set UP by the I lav
1. n taction that the vote 011 the Coii-tiliiiloii is
not it inclusive, becau-e, as tiieysav, tbtv did
Hot pillit Ip ite, Mr. Wllslllle cilia mention to
lb vole uli Congressmen, in widen contest the
Citi.in-Dor-tv irowdilid their best, und were
luateii b) IS.IAOiiiiiJont).
ft J.VA.s'.s CO I. A IH It 17 It.
The Hilhiliiiwlil or the Itev. Dr. Nicholson
ti nut Ti-iitlt) Church, Nevvui I.,
Tlie withdrawal or the ltv. Dr. Nicholson,
rcctnr of Newark Truilty Churcli. snd til. i.e.'. si-11
from Hie I.pl-cnpal tiiunii In Jolu Hie ( uiiiiiilni ui"V-e-nient,
Is still Hie Hii-ine of cutivr rsittun with c'tiireti
pet pie 111 tliul city. On saiurdav the viitrvmeu ie
covered louiewuat from Hitir ssutnlstiiiient, and p.ts.etl
ri.elu.lniis acrcptiug their rret r's ic.unatlt.u, uud
ri.iresilng their "surpri.e ami regret" at the bold iti p
lie tlJd tskia. A HioroUk-'i canvass of Hie .upjiet
amuiii; members nf ins rliimli ti.s ln-cn m idr. ami 11
seem. 10 he stilled thai Ilie i 'inure rfktlnu will st.iutl uy
the High Church, as mine ul Hie nu ineers have ei
pressed any oilur liiieiiilmi. Iir. N ichuliuii wni ttierc
lure ku out uf Die ciiureh alone.
1 uere seemed to he a inniniient en foot yestrrdsv bv
uiiuiDers el oilier eungrt gallon, ami cnttreltes vv 110 u re
iit'ird tu t Ii. Ir rcUabuis views and a ni're lutleprn
deuce to I'lllld a ciiirtti fur llr Mi-Iikisoii lltil Hn
Ism r havitik' mi-iiUcii s call lo Uu- p.. coad ll-'furtii' d
( liurcii 01 liitUileliiliti, Hie iirojt'ci will lad. I'tie Hon.
t'i urll mil Park r. llr. Aicintimit Vlereer. snd Jutla'e
Oitlurd are ii.ilueuilal 1111 iiioets of Truiuv tiuircn.
A SI. id. Illlll l ire lu r-sriiru.e.
SvitAi i M'. .Nov. !. A lire In this city nt 1 1.
M. tualay, oriitlusleil 111 f'raueu Hill's PskerTi Nov. 17
1111, 1 llUiiuira stnei, snd in it cuiumuiilrutrd lu 1. I..
'1 hurwailitei '. w illoa mid w.ioibu waie iluri.Hitulu
II. N. Iltirtian's i.tsli and liitud uud gt.n.s iinre. All
Hiree stores mid Ilieir coiilttits were colisiinietl. Tiie
H irt Hutise and A. l.srl's tinitiine lu use narrowly c.
cui'i'tl. A liikii s tuit urn-e, and It w a. ti ud ut one ihue
Hist Ilie ctillllSkTrulioll wullltl sweep I Iir. uh Hi.' lil).
'1 Ii" prllitip.il 1 s.isure I ram 1- lisll. lu-s uu liullilttig
snd .iock J.i,o'j i, iiiHiireii furtJii.ts.i, 1.. 1.. ti vn w .11 ti
ter, loss on stock ll.''.ts"t, 111. tired ful SU'.ts.l, the
v.iirtier estate, loss on haililiug msh, in-uini lur
a h I , II. N. lliirlian. loss oil slo.'K tlli.utHl. lusurt' t l.il
I pi.t.si , A, l. Vuti s - 1 11., Inss uu building and si"ik,
uu hatlua street, f lu.issi, fully fp.urid 1 loss mi .loc ut
No. 1:1 .lames street t'.'0,ii, Insure. t for 11".iski, Mii
rl.tn A- tlrevury, liiiruvtrare, tUmage hv water suu smuke
f.'i.msi, fmiv Insured, lUn llou.e, daiiuiie by lire sua.
wattr llu.tsss.ii.iureil. ihtrewe-e also a large num.
lit r uf snub iti-ses. 1 he inial 1011 s li) lire autl dvmas
aii.oiuil lu f t;iu.ism. I he Ore urikiiistt-ti in au oven in
Hie fuurlli blur; ut II ll-lisser). lieuige Uiiieli.rt sud
(ieurite Ytasel were .(riou.lr liijurrii oy faillog walls,
and several clli.rs ' re slighlly injureu.
While Mrs. Jo.eiih Itlle) of Treiitm as pour
ing kero.etie oh ua Hie are 011 Saturda.. ..e can iv
pluib d, and she and her nunc were buMfd 10 death.
Thu trill of Alex Older D. Hamilton, the de
faulting liiv Treasurer ul Jcr.c) titv. is settluwufur
tfilay iu the lluasoii l oiiiity lourt uf Quant r bcs.luui.
si'Aitus ritoM 1 111: 1 r.r.run.ivn,
Ulenson A- Fell, dry goods merchants of San
Frsntlscu, have failed fur f.'uu,(K.
Charlotte Ciishuiun, the actress, is at the
Uiiinl llutii, C1ucl1111.il, tenuusl) ill,
Mr. Stevens Is elected dolegale to Congress
fruiu Arliuus br over 1100 msjurl.), by the oCinal re
tumi, The Nashua and Itochester ltallroad wa
opened uu haturdsy. 1 1ds road, i-unofcilug the Pert.
Uml ami Itucheitrr suit Hie Nashua sua Wurcesler
rusili, uukrs a cuuiplcte sir 11 00 between 1'oillaad and
The Itov. It. I'altlsnn, formerly l'resldent ot
Wsturvllle Cullege In Msiue, sad rt'Ceutlr Trufessur of
Iheuiogv la UhurllctT Uollcge st Alton, III., suit t i the
Clucigu Uulre: tlty, died la Ht, I.oun uu slurdsr (Tea
Ut si tb retlusact of til ic, It. VT, fsttlsuu. ,
Till! OltASSllOI'l'Vlt vi.aovi:.
I'rnm l'lfteen to Twenty Thousand Persona
Deslllulo tn Knnsaa Tho Hullerlnx of
Selllcrs on the Itcuiiile Frontier.
ATCIltM), Kiinsn-s, Nor. 152. Sevonloon
counties, In winch an aggregate of lM.OW acre
had been planted In corn, produced not a bushel
of this cereal, l'lvo of theso counties produced
nn average crop of wheat, ryo, oats, barley, and
huckwhoat, nnd areabundnntly eblo to relievo
any Individual case of destitution In their
midst, 'I ho other twelve counties, having an
aggregalo population of 21,000, nro all on thn re
mote frontier, and the settlements In them havo
all been mado within three, ycnis. Thn eight In
which the greatest destitution provalla have all
heon populated within tho past ear or two, and
tho greater part of their population set
tled within their limit either last spring
or tho preceding fall. Theso eight havo
an nggregate population of 1T,IX0 settler,
who gen-rally hud their first crop planted,
They had expended nil of their mean In build
ing their houses nnd putting In their crops.
Drought and tho grasshoppers wrought a total
destruction of even thing they had planted,
leaving them destitute. Ihoy are without
cither food, clothing, or fuel.
1 he LVinmpfon computes the number of des
titute In ths Stale at from l,nilO to
K.VUIU, but of these many are locatod In the
older counties, where crops, with the exception
of corn, were a fair average, and the more for
tunate citizens are able and willing to helpthelr
destitute neighbors, but In eight counties the
destitution Is very uniicral.and almost the whole
population will need mora or less assistance.
At least 15,000 person must bo assisted during
tuo whiter, and until another crop Is grown.
THE POLICi: CAt'TAlXS' ACIirJTT.
A Wholesale Clearing Oat of the lien lu the
Lower I'nrt of the City,
111 tho Sixth Wiinl, 011 Siittirdny nlelit,
Capt. bowery closed tho dance house at 37 and
41 Mulberry ttrcet, nnd at II llaxter street. At
37 Mulberry street, Michael Maim, the proprie
tor, and fifty of the inmates, at 1 Mulberry
street, Haphael De Jlattie, proprietor, and forty
ot tbo luinaU., and at 14 llaxter street, Louis
llattlnettl, proprietor, and twenty-five of the In
mates were arrested. All were taken to tho
Franklin street police station, with twcnty-soreti
ITliimers from the Ilowrry and Chatham street.
Twenty-two revolvers.fort) knives and slllcttnos,
twelve daggers, and many other weapons w ero
taken from tbo prisoners. Cant. Iiwcry was
compelled to turn out seventy destitute lodgers
to niiike room for bis prisoners.
In the Fourth Wurd Cant. Williams closed a
disorderly house at lit Hoo.evelt street, and
locked up eighteen persons. In the Tenth Ward
(.'apt. t.'lliiian raided 119 Kast Houston street
and arrested twent)-fuiir men and women.
Some dens of squalor, frequented by sailors,
were closed by Capt. Caffrey In the Fifth Ward.
In the Llghtli Ward Capt. MoDonnell closed a
tioicy shop at 1.17 Thompson atreet, and n gam
bling house nt l.VJ Thompson street. The pro
prietors, tleorge Van Voorst and Win. l'arsons,
alias lliiffalo Hill, both white, nnd thirty seven
ila)er, mostly negroes, were captured. Greene,
Wooster, and Mercer streots, and llroadvvay
were then cleared. The result of this ruld wa
thn anest of twenty-two street walkers,
Iu the Fifteenth WardC.pt, Vun Deusen nr
reted fifteen street walkers between 1 1 1 ri ton
place and Colon square. In the Ninth Ward
Capt. Kennedy closed twelve places. Capt.
Steers cleared llroadvvav nnd closed a gambling
house ut 151 West Thirtieth street, where he ar
rested the proprietor, Henry Wutsoii, and nine
nn: i.oxasiioitr.)t r.xs fihmxi:ss.
No Denllngs vtll'i Shippers w Ito Take Ihe Side
of Walsh A: Co.
Yrf tertliiy wns it wiy quiet tiny on tlio
wharves. Nothing was done In llrooklyn, Jersey
Citv, lloboken, or 011 tho Kvst river. On the
North river, though, a lame force of men worked
until noon to get oil the City of London, the In
man steamship that should have sailed on Sat
urday, and another gang on the Anchor line
pier made tho Ethiopia ready to rail at three
o'rlock, tweniy-seven hour nehlnd her time.
All the other Saturday steamships, excepting tho
Arragnn, which will not go out until this after
noon, sailed within a few- hours of their adver
tised time, although It Is said that some of them
did not fully discharge their cargoes, but earned
back to Fngland such portions as were too valu
able and fragile for the inexperienced men to
handle. 'I he departure of so largo a lleet le tves
oulv four ves-els In port, not enough to embar
rass Hie agents materially.
The 'longshoremen, who are sanguine, still
adhere to their resolution, and on Saturday,
when the Itull.ivvas sent to Walsh' yards to
ills iiarge her marble, not a single man could bo
found to take hold of ber, though the union
rales were offered. In their meeting on Satur
day night thev voted that thev would not work
tho sailing vessels consigned to Henderson
llros., even at old rates, because that firm would
not ullovv their stevedore on the Auchur line
Pier to pny more than thirty cents. Thev also
voted that no menu er of thu unions should
vv.tik for any merchant or stevedore who em
l'lu)s outsiders lu any capacity ut reduced rates.
Yi:sri:itiAV's vntxi: riaur.
The Arrest of Some of the I'uitr on their
llrtiirn In New York,
Thomas Divine and John C.illehan, who live
nrarbivt nt) flr.l strut and Avenue A, niurri lied last
week and vest'-nlay s, llltd tne dispute 111 a prize ngt t
near Asturu. In ilie first round buth lain riven ed
blows in the fsce. but were nut much hurt. In the sec
oud they clinched .nl fell snd then Cadrhau, who wsi
011 top. struck till oppnufut .1. he lay uu the gruunil.
Lie lileud. uf linili jurties Inn rp rf-l ai.dtlu-rews a
g'-t.ersl ruv. rapt fiuttbin, . f Hn l.ikiitt.turnih iit.ei
P , 1 it- tuoa a sniiuii ut uu n tu the Astoria t rry ai the
lout of Mtistv-secoiid streit slid u rre.teii hiinun I an.
lilginut l-iikt frevtiit) nrsl street t i lii.inai I'a. ey.
evmt)-Ursi meet, I., nr I ir.i avenue 1 Mieiuel HI 1 y,
111 liimseveil streeli John HlleV, riViU)-nrst streil,
n .ir First sv. int.' . .Lunr. Htirsr, loui of Kasil.ikh).
stllll slreiti .1 .till Hiley. I'll Knsl hevelitv fi urlll
tire 1 1 Juiiu O'llri.-p, ill Monroe it red ; .lolm Slleusuli,
lu,li.hrsstr.i , Mlf'iiiel () iiulilr, '-".' luiullloii sieelt
l..w.inl l.yall. riklitV'SiVi'ntli slreet, het Keen Third
ami I' urh artuuea, and J 'nn Havis, foul of Kui.li
I'uilbor Tumble Appiebrnded In the Con I
SYiianton, I'a.. Nov. li'. -The condition of
ad Irs at Hie l-slrlnwiuolllerv, while to all appearances
unlet, Is fur from htina satisf u-iury. The Mit-sin of tho
couutr. Mr, VV lutnker, arrived litrot'itiriU) afternoon
In et'tupllai.ce wnli 11 rtipifst 111 ole by Hie Fslriawn
Company, sml p. seed s strong boi) of deputies 111
ctiure uf Ihe nunc and lu protect Imgiiau's gang g"l.ig
tu ami Iroin tlitir wors. A itrlte tuts been iciiuiug lur
stum nine past st Hie 1' tie i run. Cul leiy. 1 er tins
1 It), ami it 1. rumored that the l.icksw suna liuu and
t oai 1 ompiiiy have tiiguurtt a fresh lot of men 1 . take
Hiepisiist ilie firiaiu.' mliitrs luuiurruw. If su au
netting time may be loused lor.
A liiltil Iliinli ol' I'nrt Wine,
Wasiiimhhn. Nov. John II. Fills, a young
law)rr, in ct'iiipanv Willi three other r.uiillnneri at
tht'hir 111 lids District, last 11 1 kin sit Hi Hie liw ouTi e of
11, VVeuii, and ilraus purl wine from a twenty gallon
keg. wi,i-n Kills uui unoilier were taken sick ami vomlt
1 tl freely, llr. VVat.lt was called 111, ami piuuulinced
l.tli.'s iilut'.. Heme spuplet).
He pn scritied for him. slur which lilt, w em In sleep.
Al about lu'eio.k Hie Junior uf Ine liiulillllk' It'll l.llls
still a.ltep. VV in 11 Hie j in t.u reiurne.l, al ti u'eluck,
Ki .Is wu. found de id on tin Hour.
1 he ottl'T k-el'llelllull Is .till V I ry llek. TncqtunlPv
of wine retiiiinllig 111 Iliu keg w.is uii'iisiirt'il, and if tlie
ki g w as lull w.ieli lliev cuuiincii' ed driukiiia. tie f.air
I'l'iiilrmen consumed three ka .ou.. Ine) tapped 111.'
.1 ai u n'li'H K 1'. M., and It was tio u'ciutk when the
pli)s.cuiu sas called lu.
7.0.S.S..N 11 v rim:,
Hiiirv Wulbcrg's clothing store, CJT Canal
In Feigns A llentou's brass foiiiidry, ut Milton
si.d vv est streets, tlreenimiui, uui m-tl uu huiin ouv ulgut,
Ihe lire caiciiiug tn'"' Ihe luruaie. !."., t;l,""0.
The I'hlhidelplila Holcl, ovvncil bv Mls (irlf
fli ti ef liiUsiuiptita, aim Hie Urae enliage iiiljohiing,
owiietl by A. 1'. Hililre.ti, were bumf.! )estvrda) inuru
lug. Hit' luss will prubably lie tlo.ooo.
joriiMis Mttiur ions.
John Helllv of Twelfth street and First avenue
lias opeii'd a tl e soup house.
1 alallii Morgan, of list West streel. fminil ber
Colored at rv am rural! ibad lu In u asl eveiiluir.
.Mr. Joseph Sluart vvas burled III (Ireeiivvnoil
Ciiiuiery )' sti riu) . The lie v. In . llioiusuii ottlil.it id.
.Ml'. Cirus W. Miner, of til West Tnenlt
si t'niid sirt-ei, fell froui Hie track of the Mevap d Hid
roiu, ut Niuin uvi nue ami T wt'Uiltih sin ti, jt'.tcru.),
and was leseniy uijurett.
Hrotherf rnnin, ,1 dlreetor of De Lu Selle Insti
tute, sail Dial he wa-nut arrested on Friday for nn
pruperly whipping a buy, aud l.iai uu buy lias beeu Im
properly whlppcdlu Ittut tustituiluu,
The Hums statue will bo ready for tho Central
Park next summer, lu funherauce uf the fun I. iva.
lain Hrucewlll deliver Im populsr lecture uu Hubert
llurus iu bteluway Hill, to uiorruw iTueiusy) cv iuug
The anniversary sernion tn aid of the Protest-
nt Kmscopsl euniliy benool AiieciaiKui uf New Vork
cliy, wsi preached last ulihl la iiliiu Ciuircu, M"'tt."
svt iiue sua Thirty-elgnth street, bjf Ihe Itev fir tleurge
This Is the last week nf Jon Jefferson In Honlh'a
Theiirc. It liiiudsrsiuod Hill be win uot again a, pear
herein the clisrsclrr uf Mt I'riu Hfiilfe. He Is lobe
succeeded by John a. Clarke, cuiutilUn, brolbir la
Utr of Kdwui UixiiU.
A SATUKDAY NIGHT mm.
a hah jioo.v innrtiTJi that r.xDr.n ,
IX A Jilt VI JT. MUltDKll. i
Idleness that Led a Usually Poker Mm tt -
Tippling, nnd Tippling Hint Terminated la i
Death-A Washington Street Tragedy. j
Omcer Vnn Nostlnll, of tho Charles trcot !
polloo, found John Conerton of K& Wuhlngtoo f
stroot Ivlng unconscious on ths sidewalk In
front of John Gibbons' saloon at 0J5 Washing.
ton street early yesterday morning. A crushing "
blow on tho left side of Coiiorton's head had
flattened tho brldgo of his noso and probably f
fractured tho skull. Michael Mulllns, also ot , '
6j2 Washington stroot, stood near him, drunk '
and muttering curse upon the murderer of hi
friend. The two wero taken to tlio Charles
street pollco ttatton, and thence Conerton wan
sent tn Ilcllcvtie Hospital, Ho died within an ,
hour after his admission to that Institution. J
Mulllns was so drunk that all he could remem- i
her nn that he and Conerton had been drink. , .
lnz with tvrotinknown men In Qlbbons'a saloon.
A qusrrel arose and they wero turned out to thf) j
sidewalk to settle It. Capt. Kennedy and Ward 1
Detective O'llrlen went to Gibbons' saloon for t
further light. Tbo shutters wero up and busl- i
ncss bad been suspended, but Olbbons answered 1
their summons. Ho said that he had ejected a .
party of quarrelsome drinkers who afterward
fought upon the sidewalk. With some heslta- .
tlon he added that William It. 1'crtaln of 153
Ferry street, and Martin Joyce of 87 Chailos ,
stroot, had seen soin of the fight. Gibbons wa '
arrested on charge ,,' 1
VIOI.ATt.NO TUB XXCIRK LAW, 1
and Joyce and I'ertaln were found soon after
ward In ths Ir acoustomed haunts. Joyce wa ' I
lodged In the Jefferson Market prison on charge)
of drunkenness, and I'ertaln was put Into the
cells of the Charles street police station. ,J
Another witness wa found yesterday morning
In the person of Mrs. Mary Mayer of 112 Charts
streot. From her window she saw " Wash "
Murray or 29 llonwlck street, n truckman, go
away from the combatants carrying a cart rung.
After Capt. Kennedy had board what Mrs.
Mayer s aid he reexamined l'ertam, and he told
the whole story as follows: He said that he and ;
Jo)ce went Into Glbbons's saloon at about 11) '
on Saturday evening. Murray wa there, lyln
asleep, with his head resting on a table,
Conerton, Mulllns nnd two others war
then di Inking. They were discussing tho
'longshoremen's strike. Their talk branches ,
oft upon the topic or nationality. All i
wero Irishmen, but the two strangers were ills
posed to bark up the Individual prowess of Ilia
natives of the section of which thoy are natives, 1
and Mulllns and Conerton wero us sure that
the "best men" sprang from the district they
wero reared In. They noirly came to
ntX)WS INSIDE Till! SALOON.
They mado enough nolso to awaken Murray, . 1
who shook himself, and went out of tho
door muttering. In n very short time Gib
bons Interfered, and told the disputants that
they must go uutsldo to settle their differences. . '
They staggered out, ami for flvo minutes quar
relied In words only, I'ertaln was helping (lib
b ns tn close up tor the night, and Jwhen they
began lighting he was outsldo putting up the
shutters, lie sa) that ho could not distinguish
tho combatants. They paired oil, and in a few .
seconds one pair was tumbling, pummelling, and
swearing In tho gutter, while tho others were 1
doing the sumo thing on tho sliluiviilk. A -'
minute or two afterward ho saw Washington ,
Mntruv run round the corner with a caft rung , I
In Ids hands. Murray first askod him (I'ertaln) ' I
whether Gibbons vvaj lu tho light, and on being; ;
Informtd that he was not, ho walked up to the
pajr th..t wore lighting on the tddovrilk, and ,
dealt ono crushing tdow upon tho beat! thai was j
nu tl ex lose il. Murray then walked away, and 5
be Hi rial 111 wont Into tho saloon. Murray then ,
went to Larklns's saloon at West Tenth and '
Hudson streets, and Invited everybody to drink,
af rr which he went out, saving that bo waa 1 ,
going home. Ho wa arrested last evening,
Coroner Woltmaii began an Inquest in tha
Charles street pollco station yesterday after
noon, I'ertaln testified substantially to tha
tacts as given above, nnd fully identltled Murray
as tho mini who bundled tho cart rung. At tho
conclusion of his testimony the Inquest was ad
journed, subject to the call uf the Coronor.
Murray wa committed pending examination,
and I'ertaln, Mulllns, and Gibbons were held as
witnesses. The police are learoblug for tha
C merlon was 27 years old, and unmarried, but
his wages as a 'longshoreman wore the only sup
port of tils aged mother. He was reputed to be
Industrious and generally sober. Ho wan on a
ot thn strikers, und Idleness had led hltu to
drunkenness. Murray ts a truckman.
tui: airr or a vitixcE. I,
llsll looms from nn Ancient Iteynl ifnmffy
of lluu miry. 1
Dr. Alexander II. Mott, of this city, Is tho pos- 1
seisorofss t uf tho most valuitde autlques prohibit
ever brought tu Hits country. It li s dozen sodd gout
kiincs smt tons, Willi uiali'chlle handles The l.lijfl
ot the knits, are chnclcr slupcili the tines of the bull
taper luwaid the puluti, glvliig them a trident form.
The carved medallion fscei, flowers, icroll work snd
su nt lllliigniiHie riiclesiiaiiipnirmai belonging to tn ' '
wot km ui.lilp ut I urop'' In the flfleeniii or itilcentb. 1
century T be cunt uf nrius uf Ihe ro)ai faruti) of Hun- 1
garr is sismpiil, nut carved, un the blatin ut each knife 1
and shoulder ul escn fork. All tne warsinaninlp li la
the In si itylr 1 f medieval art. The dozen ptecei srs
enclosed In twould-fa.hioned, well worn cases, murocco
hi. mill, s it'll lllieil. Ihe) were presented tu Or. Mutt
by I'ruicc Arlstsrclil lie), Hie Turkish Minuter st VVnti.
Ii.gtoti A. he 1. a ureek prince si well si a Turknta !
le. 11 1. Highly prohibit that these siiitiqiiea sre help- 1
P tints 111 some brnuiii of Ins fiml.y ; m-iritai s between I
IhsHreeki tirl-ilniis nnd Hungarians bttugut frequcut 1
oci'iiriei.ie tu the ullildl" sites. ,
An AfUriuuiion ol ihc Itluln or lliiilul In (,'cn I '
seci nteil tli 011111I. I 1
Mii.vtiiKVI., Nov. 21. Leclp.i.istlcul burial In '
He must crated pari of the Catholic criuebry had beea I
nfu.e.l tu ihe body uf i.uil.ord. a Muulrcsl primer, j 1
1'ic.uise tin had died a lneinbtr of Hie Cauadiau luiU
line, n ii'Clii) which had hi Its horary wurki con. 1
dt mi.eti ny the 1 lerg). and which stuit ty hsd beeu ex. t
eomuilltileated Iherelor. Hie cast went Hiroilirh ths ' f
1 uiiauiau court, ami, the ptsliiuuof tne cler) liavlrsi 1
1 11 su.ialnetl, was apptuieil 10 tin Privy Council. I
Hun 1 111 coli.it rated krouiul was iltinaliilt d as a civil ll
slut not as s ri l.kiom 1 iiflu, as there reuisineil no ai Ifi
. rn. nue but to put ihe bi.tly In Hie plat e reierved for
suienles and cttier illu-olifi asetl tliatefacturi. Tue fob '
lu 1 11. tf h is be 1. ri eeive I Iroui l.tunliiu b) cable : 7
" I01I1) iu Hit (.iiiboril cue Hie appeal Is allowed, '
aid bun 11 1. 1 rden d in holy croiiinl, wlili a.l the rusts r
evetpt ol Hie r, 1 u.ailou 01 ihe Judae. Uulbord 11 en-
tu, 1 u to et-i U.ls.llcal 1 l.n is " .
Middrii Ileal h of Ihe Hon. W. II. Crrrnrd.
IlKAPIMi. l'.i., Nov. 22.-The Hon. William II. 'I
(i.-riui .1, . 1 vi.,iuruf thn cii). d.ed su.ideaty of spu II
I'lei) this tifteiuouii at ills ri.ijmce while cuavcrsiug 1
wiin fneu is. L
- - t
The l'ollliiiiiii.' .Murder. j '
Coroner Croker's c uii-el iirguetl tlio motion n
to atliini Iiitn 1 bin ou Sat uruav. The Court wbl uiiks if 1
kuovtu Its tlet'blou this moriiiiig. ft
' 1 I 1
The Weulbei' Ollli y I'l udliilons.
Continued ram mill east to south winds, riling 1 I '
tt'Uipersiurc, falling bsruuieler. ;
nit 00 ii 1. r.v, j )
The Itev. J. D. Fulton of tlio Hanson plac ; I I
ll.il'll.t 1 iilireh pre. c nit aifiliisl Hie ll.t'atrcs )est r
div. Im arktnui'Ul. heliig III 11 lliey laliit tlie purity of
theoiiui;, ami iliu " ., 1 iiri-tliit uierlug Hie piiy !
huusi. must leave t hn.t 11 Hie dour." ,
i'i.a.mivs ritiiM 1 11 1: or i:.ix chiles, p
Tho T'llnctto (liivcriiiiu'iit nr.,rrtii . Iitrco ;
iimnilt 01 breu'li luu-iliu ritU'v (rum u U ruun Inclurj
ut s itu a. L
It is mmoroil tlmt .I treaty will tiurtlv ho con "t
ft mi im hctvu'cn the titi! rniti' nu uf Utrmiiijf uttd . 1 1,
Murnet'n, M wiik'h tlio )ri lluroccu tII1 uc c.'dvU j
The otlUtr4 nf ttt l'ifna La ll nuhm nntl El ' j .
V, l.i Mi.ipi rfc iulhs!icl lu MiUrt'l, tuvo brvu
hi n-Aicil ,iKi n nt lo n nu fr iujtiiii tlic Jrcl liWl i I
iliil)lulR'U uuUtr i lie Utc uf -let' e, 1 1
vL'ttiasivir.x or vniMr.t !
A fttukfti near ItoilJlni; luCaltfuriihi wtt rohhed - !
on bilurUi) uiL'lit. WtlU, Tirttu V Cu. luut f3.UJ, '
Htcpln'11 I'l vnn. nf h7 Irvlii.' plait, Itruokltn,
Kit's iiriffcit U mi hjiunluy iit;ht tir fti-uluifc 5o urUi
of DiiurHuic rum Hie luv. Pr. Mirica. ! ,
sN ttlmn Kcihljiti', loKtUent tf fhw r.miill Hall
llaiu, hhh irjirulfd 4ii i rubuf U uv u iei-j-iuuk tueu Hi !
l,mii'ttttj btrt-ct, Kualuii, en iituriti) uUut j
C.T. KnlL'ht, n woul tlo iter of Ih'ttinl, Mus., I1
why iuaiu rid utiout a tck hu'. i- u Je.ud tu uo tt '
Ui'tuulit-r tu the iuuaut uf .;i.ihhi or h".'41 '
Juhn Mi'M.nni u.iH ftai'hiMl llo tiinei In )
ftuhiul'ti ( hurii i iiiu'lti'ii ut.' fv-'inni:, in trunt nf ),
ti.t ir re -ule uli, in l.ti mrvvt. MtCuilum wa
lock Hi UJi.
I). M. Vllllaini, t'lto (-..Mliler of tho ConnoftUt
vllje lunk, unt m ml) cn'ivit tol tn the I'mteit titatri
lliuirlt t 'mil in I'li'itfiurti uf ciiihtTU'iiii (it, ln ti( cq
ki'iiii'iril ( n fari,' impil uuiii-'iil In the jtmlU'U
tin 1 1, uml tu py the cut uf tho (irotcc utlon,
Julin r.irherr),tt prinnor In thelluiUon cnuu.
1) iHiiiteiilUrj unurr leiiteiice fur hluhiy rubDrrr,
white lu t-t'urt a wituci a hort lime mko HtlkeJ
froui l Iir itiiei uaft out uf thr room. O.i biluriUy,
Hii.ie triune in a dliorUerly muuutr in llfiuteuoa
nrrri, .li r. L it y he Vsn. nrrevlpU b i.'pi. Van lUper.
anil lu-tlay will be retttruej lu til 14 bomo. 4
Vi.St1'1'!' luuniltiir Mury K. How.trU, a colored
girl. tftu li ii4r hu arretted fur aUeiiiptlDg to burn
tne tiuuae of Mr- U'llln.;:; U', Jiuwneit la Atvqui A. near
t-.iVMV cvniUi itrert, wlic rtj ahe w eini.loreJ ai
lerraut, On baturiHy afieruouo itii Ooiea the eara ol
our ut here nno)er' cliildreo.anij furttiatwancoldeit r
hjr hrr uncle who .a alio aaervanl In tho itmt boue ,M
ftlia tUo it Urc to Ut wooa la Ut oiUar jA