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iJVQl " Xllll-yO. NKW Y0RK MONDAY, Al'OUST 14. 1870, PRICE TWO CENTS. ' I MR. EDWABDM'IERKEPOST . (iMIKllMT Blarlosrs "' ' J " i liake-llli Urndiinl change of awie l..ns.n Plcro..l lo 'Ml ta WrllH M ftmv-Tk lll.lorvonhe family Traced. Ikniw littl obout tha North Iltivon , r.ir,i." ...J Mr. W .UK J. Onodaoll. et L ii,ngt.ird, lo it St'!,'! Inquirer, "but 1 do thst Biwardt rirrtMiir, " be calls him . hi it" shadow of ,,l,a to ,ne tatM 7i its dukado n of Kingston. Tha n inn r,,rral been ;lt ,M" ' r 1,1 trnm uifiasl dvi. Hugh il Plerpont. who went !,, N.-riiindvt i Eigl.i.d with Willi im the i.nipieror.belii. oa fra we kii w. Hi to jn ler uf ihe fimliy. The- mm, tr.ulltlnn aa,ya, ,tbo,t"ed onths builder of a stona pier or ridge which proved very convenient lo the smplo nt tho nelglihryrh.yo I. I! ig'i d" Plcrp nt guild mean' Hugh of the Stone llldg".' T Plerpont of the I'liltcd Stit -a ei all. I -.leva, descended from J .hn, nf lndtn. John ' lad noil Jamc. 10 ha I ttv i sons Jjhn and Hobtrl. who emigrated t America, end eet i lied at HuXburr. .. Ilohert had thirteen ' ihlldren, whom I will n it trice, at the New Haven rm North HaT n Plerponte are deteend iJ from them. John PIr,io it. the el leit son if Jimes, hnd two emu John, who ole.t with out Ittue. and Jamea. the auceesor of the Bev. Mr. Davenport, at New Haven, and one, of the round r of Vale C dlege. J uue built the Maoalon It uie on tha nnrthetiat tide of t:ie I'nllete llreen. In lt)M. Hy hu third wife. Marr. Ihrtwonm' having n mile laue. the Iter. Isme Plerpont had lx aon, the eldest named Ibidm. from whom there I an unbroken lino to int present dny. the ller. Heieklah Plerpont, of western New York, a ll.intlst clergyman, bring the living reprettntativo of the famllr. and In all probability, tue rlgbtful Duke of . I n , I . i n Klngitm. dwtr'a Plerrepont le deeetnded from Jo seph, tho third ton of the Bev. James, and there art at least 0flv male heirs between Mr. Pierre ponl and the dukedom, the elder branch being not at all likely to die nut. Joaeph had tlx sios -Samuel, Jotep'i. J itnes, Benjiroln, OUet, md Hexeklah and from one of them Bdwarda Plerrepont la deicended.bul I om't tell wbleb." "Wh.t aro the facia retarding the olalm for tbe dukedom of Kingston?" The missing link In the family recordt It who wet tbe father of John of London ? Jamea, the ton I Jobo of Liudon, came to tee bit tone, John and Hubert, and died In America. Tbe question at to John of LinJon'a paternity b it bothered the family for many yean ever fl iluoe tbe death of the dat Duke of Kingston, B When It became probable, or almost certain, K that the belr to the tule and cttatet was among the American Plerponte, The belief among tbe family It that John was a younger brother of the 'house of Klnaaton. and wat dlsoirded on ac tount of tbe rigid Puritanical prlnclplet for erbloh tho early Plerpoote were distinguished. It wat tble queetloo that Idwardt Plerrepont tried to settle by bit appeal to ' Dear Lady Mary.' Certain It la that from the first tbe American Plerp' nit claimed and ueed the Kingtton coat of arm, as It clearly thown by an old graveatono In thechuirhyard at Boston. Evelyn Plerpont, (he hit of tne Duke of Ringtloo, died at Bath, England, In ITiS, of palsy. The title tbtn ba cuneextinct.no malt belr being found. The Duke left two torn, both of tbem illegitimate, and an attempt wat made to persuade Parlia ment to leitiroetiii tbem. but Parliament re rid. I'ne reputed belr waa an aottve rebel, and be accepted a commisolon tn the Amerioen Kcvulutlunarr army, ao tiut he had no oppor tunity 10 push lilt liuhtt. The Duchess of Kmgtnn, howyer. wrot to my are t grand f.nher. Kreltn Pier out. the suppose I heir, to cl.um the etite. This she did out of epiu.ln :rdrrto prevent the fiin.ile rel ilive, of her dead tiusban 1 trom obt ilnlnit the property. 8h wm ion Hfictnard trl d ov the Lords for blgamr. c .nflcti .l, ami deposed from bar high position: and so bhe lust ber power to aid tbe American heir. Krehn rierpont. tbe younger brother or my mother, and elder nro'hor of tho Rev. Heiekl ih i'u.rioiit. has i eu oilsing for over forty yean. lit w;i pn bahlt dronnvdat tea. On bis pre luiied ilvatn nltlioui inaue. Hvieklah aucoeed ii. i to liii u. p md r gins a heir to tbe duke ! id o! Knur-ton. A milt h n teen In progress li. I'hun.'. r atioiit fort years to rrcuver the es i i.e. au.l lleaeklah H faiiiiuailv known among " I ll. i' 1 Urioiil- uf CoiiutviU'tit an 'Hie Duke.' . ii tne n Inn In tioi ult li ive breu de .j'?.., n favor, toit he lacks lun.ls, mid aa he lie dk without a male heir, he n.' brul .',"!!;? Ii te children und trmurhil .ren,a ln" 4 ikeil.nn of Klngnton Is far aw .y from Edwarda I'leKauoiii. Munlu the past fillet u years tue t ilt ii s i.reo pushed more vigorously than be I t.ui pos eoion Is nine points of tn dw, an.l tti present holders of the property can .il defend tiietnaelves, with their vet reve i . viii out . niu the extii'e ; whereas, r.tu tie exception of two f in II lea one In liro ikiyu and one m New Hsvsd. the Utter of l'u it out de-cent on the 'emMe side the Pier i nu of America, wlnlo not pour, are not rich." lu U'elliugrord, tho Ii. quirt found Mr. Jjiuio Plerpont, u suooii rodlier. Llbernl Hepuo Ii. ti, nd luen ber of the ( oiinei tlcut Legisla ture, lin Indoned Mr. O iodsei as ex. ellent aiiiliuriiy. hut wat un.iule imusell to supply the m'l.-iiu iii.k ' e'wovn Joseph Plerpont and the MlMalui l., Ellb'I'dld. Mi tlo.' following niotiilnc the Inquirer wit iled lu the bouse of .Mr. Harriet Pieiunt. it h'.rth llavou. ex mining the ancient records of tl.i f iii.lv- and li-teiiing to the s'a'einents of ii s Hal net l'l. r, or.t . h klliit-f.iced lady of 'lu I've, lie there f i .li. J Hie nil-sing imk be in. n t tiosepli. tlis s :i of tnu li v. Jutues Pier ; i :.i, ati1 K in atin IMt rie .nut. Joipu p.ft ten ' i d i en. of nh in liileA 1'ierpoiit was Ihe sev -i ii (jil.sn.t Poiu In 1741. and lived ninety--k u i . Hp i l-riii r in .North Haven, a.'i in I '1 U u ilietii ' o.ier. ny u ii iiu liu li.id i n . il:ien. tnu yoiingct ! Htioiu w s lolet ri r.'ii' lriit. also a linnet, li id I'S ii ti'-' wife two children, a d the 1 1 rvir.h Plerpont, Is sli'l I him a, eii! the i ti r. .Miu. .ii l'lerpoiii, is kiio.. n .i-1. iw ..i.u I't 1 1 i nt, iiuuiLr tu iiig- l.n.d. ri. r i lie ,ie ii. ,.J i u Or,t wife, liile. Ii.., lith r of M ii. ii. .it ri ! uk'aln, und h.id s vnr,il rlul.irni. tn.lv . i.e of nnu n, Kllnoli l'i rp ni. Kurviie-; hi he n a n -l n s er in Knit., in tue ejriy i men, .f in., l'i rp nit faiiiiU tin., nana .i.t.lua l'-i-- i ,.,, n-t. , nd r l-e i i- , i-i. t. I h( t i.i. i r In who.li I o uaiee, u ,, .... n ,p -l. 1 In the lan..r 1 rn, ;t .i an igrtJiiu. ut hi th- rvivmg noii, .,f ,..i,,,u l'ier Liont a-, i i the uui-i .n ..I ti.eir falhor , ebUte. Tilt Sign .l'i, e, II I in. ,1 in l, te iir. II Wl Ittl'll Bt the same time, hut s in iel. the itle,t sur viving sou, it te 1 1. a i li ne I' I- -i ,-,, n.., nn.. lie other tlnui, inchiuinu tjil.,, ,iellej it I'-l-e-r p-M-ii-l. Nun II ir l 'i I'uri.oiit rn, ;wud a Plerpont cout'Oi-.,rhiH under w hit n waa ihu mine "Charles I'ltm ml " A II m r.iiiii.nit Seemed to Pelniiigto bite a iiu'nner ot 11, as A hove II waa a sui .Her Hon. on iuhi read Kings, twth tilw mouth open in an i-ii-lietl in tiiner, i ui li fie.iK lieu, ath waa the u otto, ' Mnio i aml mii i, fl rebttque tenner" iFneudiiiip t,i,iy3, i.i d w in U iuiln always. I oh C'crponts called me Minister lo Knelanil ' Miinsoii," with learlera faiulil rltv. Ho y hhii! tl .1 Im had been kimwu only b that Hume m f i ii. Ilditu. Why he had thrown it tUtn.-t -lid li t undera'ariJ. Blues his earlier ye is (. li d Ignored Norm Haven folks, only visiting I I. Uier ot:caioii illy, and never Ills friend and I Miv ,d tutor. Ellas Hierpont, of New Haven. ' ill) w. a nice ioy, '.aid Miss llairlol, "und would be sorr to bear of anyiulug uappenlug Vhe muulrer started for the resldenoe of Mlat Far h piernoiit, on the noelte side of North llnei He took the wrong oaib and strayed l..i , the ho ds. Tnern lis met an Intelligent .in.' in in l" dinrf c ni w. .oil behind two stout b'i n nil-me h r-e- I he young man a n me - II. W "HH'ii on! h" nad liccn well ac- i, ,11 I,, I Willi I lie. hi it em Of MllllS 11 PlerpJlll. , , a-Ait rut I. n rd' ua i i . sihl Ml. - t.i,s i.i .i'. i' ii nut' Minis n piertioiit, T i , . kii' ii iii Ii h fart lly and rn In Pom I 1U i,r Nr. inl'li ni iied i.'igi ii turedly i . .kit of Mr. I'o , i nt f nuttttiiiu hi., o,n iv li ni-. When i nkeii ii iiv the iroli.t r-. dead t i I' ,in.'. h id fill i i meir ollifi ii rt.l ilive, - .' i a d, " I he ' li'itljlit ll l.it.nv '. i i n nu i i ii urn und tio n t he way he trailed tm ' i ' un she go- lu New York to sue Inn,, i i , her iop at a hotel. Bus l-n'i liuh t I.i iuIi for ni- f.iinllv. Hha la a er 1 n-t t i . , l. iuhi n ea tr ,o d n) ul ulouild liele." ... i .( .irer got on me r'gnt roatl egam. and t ,, i . 1 at Mi-,, l'ier( oiit'a reN.Uem'e. In ' fi .ii urn -lie i ore. u at r. nj n i-einnl nice ' t i he-, and if lilt inf. I u r In edm allon, hliiioiiniiiieihii. hu is oils of itiose ' tilii, III!, lit hi lien Wlinlll 'UIO ' iv Ui.d, lii'l en aw y In tnu unlet New Ku.'l nd Of her Inotlorshe ' ' ' na of Hi" diepeat nffe. Hon. Ilia hi te, v,.s nri-'in H Munt u I'urpunt. i.e - u iai rniiiiiirbajaliPierp.nl. Mum ri n-ie.nero at i, kent out ina nrdt with l ti, I,, 'VVita After leaving college 1 le , , ,i ... I '""on, and opened a law e 01 Hll lbs Me. , (tl.'.rH, lu. e, ' ..l.,,r. Hi. rnnniH pont. The Edwerdt ftmllv wat cnnnecled by marriage. In the rlv d ie of Yale College, with the I'lernonls. Her hrnlher had always Lull vcrv liicrodulou, -he would helleve iiolhlng III t did' not nppuil to hia iimieMlatiding : and she W 'lild in I credit ilia' h h d written tho letter to M.uy Woriley Montagu wt li the eXpectai l"ii of receiving a reply from the dead. He had d. lie I , she thought, out of coiloal'V, and a-t a ini'iniid of Inv '-tig.iilng Pint's chilnn l in"-ilium-hip lieiwc n tlie living .11 I llic di p nteil. Hue hnd neer heard of the letter before she t ' It in 1 nut. nd knew nothing of an reply to It. In a c mifnrtaiile Inline, nt (Irani! aim Olive streets. New Haven, .Mr. Kllae Plerpont. Ihe a .rlvfiiend and tutor of Rtlwarda PlerroMiiit, waa found. He la it venerable, dignified gentle iniiii, with 11 anow-whlto beird. " Mini, n," he said, "uaed to come to my school in North Haven. Hi then eleven i ,ir . f ige. mid 1 waa twenty-one I an now seveni-three. He 1 oarded nt toy hotiae e x luotithawh 11 he llrl wen to college, and wat afiorward. during 1 1, college davs, a fr"l'ient I ml wt Iconic yi-ltor, but an re Ida rise to high official p ltlon he hat almost entirely Igniired Id- N. w II .ven frl. nda. 1 huve visited hlsolBce twenty nine. Wl en In New York city, "ndli ft tny card with a teq et for him to 0.1II. Not that I Ii ve cared a snap whether he Ignored tne or not, but I would have hated 10 believe that ibe in m of whom I had so many pleasant re uieuibraiicca had hocome. In plain words, such an asa at. to avoid hit old frtendl. When ho made a s eecii at the gathering of the Yule Alutiinl. I met In ru aa he wat coming out, and offeied my 11 .nd. lie took It very cordially, p.is,ed a few words, und e .id that be Wat. very t.uay -couldn't stop n minute. He afterward tent in two pi In ted copies of an address. At 10 his name, 1 h yt alw ,yt known him at Mun son. though when he Brat called blmeelf Mun aon K l'leri ont I cannot rsuiemiter. Uf course he It a Piei) ont, the son of tides, a respeotabie turttirr in North Haven. "In renard to the oltlm of the dukedom of Klngaioii," added Mr. Plerpont, " II Is 1 rob ibly well founded, but, for my pan, I tike no undo In a decem Irom Norman chieftains, though I do consider It creditable to be descended Imtu such a man as the liev. Jamea Plerpont of New II ivsn, who dldomuch for l.lsCoinuionwealth mid lor the cause of religion and education. M 1111,011', mind mutt have become atraogely uff. ct.d If he hat becu oonaulllng tbe dead in order to trace a coouectlou with Noruian baron- " Mr. Plerpont thowed a photograph of a coat of ar,i t t.tken Iroui an old Hoston tombstone, and differing from that In the possession of Mrs. Hurrlei Plerpont of North Haven. It consists of a lion rampant among flow era. Above the lion It a helmet with the visor doted, and above It a fox. The motto It, " Pie repoue te." The inquirer next visited a wealthy cl lien uf New Haven wbuee mother waa a Plerpont. He showed another Plerpont coat of armt 011 a teal made in London many yetrt ago. A llou Is rampant among flowere, and over It another Hon 1 am pint; but no altorurfux. The motto It " Pie re pone te." This gentleman tald that tbe Plrrreponts of Brooklyn, were deaceudantt of the New Haven Plerponte, and moved to Brooklyn only two generations a. o. 1 here they became rich in a diatlilerv, and the purchate of tlitity acres of land in what ll now the niott la, lit nable part of Hrookiyu. He laid Ibat sun e of the Plerponte chained their nam to Plerrepont many y.an ago. becoming convinc ed that that was the proeer spelling. Ibe lu qulier waa uuanie, however, 10 learn ul any such cnange except in the d.-e of the Hrookiyu Plerreponta. one gentlem m In New Haven, and tbe Hon. .Muason l'leri . iit. That tbe change lu Pierrenoni Is not recngnlxed In New Haven la shown by the case of a gentleman wbo cialiue Ibat b spells hia name after the Improved Dear ,ady Alan pattern. The directory makers per sist In spelling the name Plerpont. Hearing tbat Bdwarda Plerpont was the au thor of a pamphlet on bit own gtneatogv, the Inquirer visited a lady wbo wot supposed to bo in poaaasalun of a copy. Tbe lady, herself a detoendaui of vbe Hevereud Jamat and with a mien worthy of any duohete. Mid that Mr. Pierre point bad writteu tod printed a very email pamphlet containing nolblog mora than a Simple genealogical record of bit descent from John of Bolbtirv, to wbicb wai appended a note to this effect : ' Edwards Plerrepont la a descend ant of Joseph, son of the Uevereod Jamat Pun pout, of New Haven." " r. Plerrepont," the added "It now, and baa boon for some veart engaged on an exten sive genealogy of the Plerpout famllv, and baa frequently tent for information on lb tutject." lu early years, when be waa comparailvsly without meant, Mr. Plerrepont had ofereJ to proteoute tbe olaltst of the Kev, Hstekieh Pier pont for tbeeatalee of Kingston, provided tbat mesne bo furnished. Lawyers were now ao tiyely engaged lo pushing tbe claims, and Minis ter Pieirepoi.l took a llvelv Interest in it, lhe inqulier wat mown ihe porttaltsof the Itev. Jamas Plerpont and Hannah, bis wile. Tue luiiiait ol Hannah had 1 eeu pierced by a tiayoiii't or bullet by a Bililsb toldlsr durtug tbe ltcvoii.ll' uuiy w..r. J he Yale catalogue of 1834 & ihowe that Mun ton Pieroont, of North bseo, entered the col lege In ltUt. lu the u. rue appears at Mun ton Ed ward t Plerpont : In 1M1 as td wards Pier poiu. and iu laid as Bdwarda Plerrepont. As to .Muuaou Pierpout's motive for changing his name, all who knew him 111 youth a, eak uf huu aa an aiub tious, precocious buy, aud be became convinced, no doubt, at an early age, that tbe name uf Edwards was more riUlltigulaheJ and aristocrat! ' than Munatn. IJesides Munsoii la a uame which col lego boya Luuid twisl into all sorts of uncoui fort .tile aborevlaiioDa, such 01 Mun, Mui.ir. or t.umt. 'I be recent revelation! are looked upon In a vert serious light by tha retpectaMg Vnr ponts luey iaudn at the "C:ar Lady Mary" letter, but tue raolcal change from .Miiuton to Edwsrdt hail, enough If none according to the toi.C.'of law, is regarded at almcit ulshonor able, and us a reflection 00 the parent! wbo be stowed tbe origlual name. JfBJ. I A It IE' 3 tHSPiCIOX. Whe Believes ikai nbe hat boea Pelseaed. bat le Probably Mleiakea. Mr. Atnolia La Rue of Buffalo arrived In tblt city about three weekt ago, to obtain a divorce from ber husband, wLo, as lbs alleges, has abandoned her. On the cara aba met .Mrs. Sophie J. Drtcgs, and they became at once Inti mate. Mrs. La Hue bad taken rooms In tbe boarding bouse at 13 Clinton place, and there Mrs. Drlggi went also. They lived together for several dais. Mrs. La Rue was ob liged 10 pav all the bills, 11 nil she said to sever I frl- nda that mie th iti.lit It odd Mrs. Ilrig.'a should p-ofes, hucIi friendship on a in-11 short at uu.tlntaiit-e. . 11,1 that the auoulJ, unlnviivd, 111 Ke .1 1'iti.r vlaii. 'lwoweeka ago Mrs. La Hue was taken very III. .Mr-. Driggs waa lier i.urie. Dr. Joaeph IV. Itich ml,, who lesldea 111 tl.u name building, al ien Ii d in 1 1 le.tluinllv, as did al"o nfierwar.i l)r. Km rd 'l.lieevnl Mxlh av-nue aud llilr l -Hiit a icet. Hue rapljiy bee ine wurse. md Dr. Itlcn n s telegraphed aev.nl times M her nUtivea In liuff.ilo, liiforming tlnuii of her coiidito n. ler lirotni r. Mr. lien. p. w.ickerm ni of Buffalo- t aiue to aee her. He found In r low and liyslcm ai. lit fore being lakeii aick t-he had valuable JuWflry. which could not be found ufterwiru. on bring quest oned Mrs Dngga denied knowiedue r It. but the brother and ho hail l.ir urrestcd. Un i.elng Inierrng, led ut the Verctr street police station, how ever, -be vdmlited to ergtaut Murray that she knew nbere lhe Jewelry his. Hio said ahe li uniriit Mrs. I.i Hue waa going to die that sue had aot been paid for ber services, and thought .lie had aa good a right to It 11a any-b,.dfei-. Sue rrtoriUugly took Ilia proi erty niul dt i 1 !ted It ill her own name, with the h' yie-aiit life D'iosil loinpiny.at Seventh s ieet and 'I hud svt nue. After Mrs. Drlega had been -e. re . unci while Detective Slavlli waa III the hou . In 1 lin'on place, a diatnet telegraph ineita in 1 lame with a note for .Mrs. Drlgcs. i hi ofli . r happeiied to meet the messenger at the ,)... 1. and lie opened the note, which read at. f il ,w : w,liru,n 1.1PM. Ilsasuyllii.igtMC'irnt? What 1I1 1 un 1 m yuu lo-mo rue, suawiiere? bead Uiea- .g hy 1,1 ni r The inenwengar aald the aonder was walling arouii I 11 U tiiruei lor an iiuawer. The ulcer ecru ua ..mad him , n 1 arretted Alfred ''. Driggs. a aiepKtm ,.r til,. ling-. A Pawn ticket tor $3u waa fo md in hi, n -ea-.loii. , ml he coutcaaed tb it it wa-t fm uo'iiev ni, i.nned on a diamond ring icitiuiiiij in Mr,. I.i Hue. He waa also locked up In ihe Kif-eimin l'reclnct poliue aio liou. Mrs. Li line, who hid meantlm been s'eadlly growing wiu-e, i Untied that no bad been poNuucd, Mid aa Mr,. Iingrf, li.ul been her al moal aula utteudaiit the nilereiit e w ,is that ahe must, baiu Mdinllllater. d the polauli. Abullt 1 1, ih 1 1 ill 0 tin I' 'lico luniv cnergo. Doctors ldch Hia a id Deey wei tii-t li.irgeJ. mil l'olict! ' urgeiua Don. and rut m r were employed, lie Kev. Dr. liecui, ,n 1 .tile I In and hid a long 1 oiiversati n wills Hot Invalid, nhe wished him to I ka i-barga of h r properly, but he re-lu-iui. Mrs. La Kuo in,l-ta inai she hu-lieen Put, one. J. aud 110.de thu offlc-i pledge hiin-elf ti av 111 1 ise 1 f lier death .1 Po-t m irlem eiam Inatlon should 0 In Id. Dra. Illch .rda aud lieev aay that Ine cliaigu of poisoning Is atiaur I. that ti.eiu w.i. no aviiiiilom warranting anv such be lief, and that with proper care sua will aurcly lec.i.-i. All the medicines und bottles wero t..k. 11 10 tne police station for aimlvale. I.at eu-iiing a Itoman Catholic ciergymou veiled Mr-. La It e and administered the rite of cxtiu'i mo il . 11. At a Into lioui Dra. Doru and rcilner called and louud her much easier. 1-1 lltuu the IJarucr Estate, The Oani' r in ins with Its appurtenances. In llird snuns N' llilglitoo, la lu ho so U, is ilio tela Hies of Hie family do not csre to ocruny Hie pmiilsea. lliera I. .. run or (1,1 the Notili hhare ferry wll sooa im At d ui.d. r Hie In avy iimngaiie lieid br lhe Oarner raute. ana It 1. s an uuder-toud that the uupualtloa lerrv at StsidHou 1.1 s.ain 0 dlscualliiued, ss Il ls running si a dsllv Inss. and tasre is ao provlilnn Inr lit eoit'triu nire lu Mr. Garner's will I'UGIXG HKSSINGS TAUDON why thi.isoi HKi'vni.ir.ttta wakt TIIK lfaa H.T fHhh. The Imenrianee of llnvlea the Bma'e New. smeer Support Haves und A beeler-iei rs nndllraiii ( untratlleilng lllaford Wllaoa. WAaiiiNdro, Ann. M. Slrcnuous ffforlt arc bring made by all tho prominent llepubllcan P'lllllclana of tiMnoit toeecurea full nnd free pardon for lloat Heating, who was omivlcted of complicity lu the whiskey fraud! In Chicago, and w, s sentoncsd to two yean and a half Im prisonment In the County Prl-on. Heating Ii the owner nf the llllnoli Slatt ZtVung, tha great Gorman organ of tbe toaihweat, and tha consideration fur hit pardon Itthathli nows piperthtll i-upport llayet and Wheeler. Hep retentallont are cnntlnuallv balng made to tha President and Attorney Oooeral that tha de fection In the Oerruan ranks In tha northwest It to great that unlesi the Sf.iofa ZtUuna comet out fair and rquare for the Htputillotn ticket there It great danger of tha Dtmocrati oarrylng Illinois and Wlscontln. The Stoat Zrltitna. they lay. cannot be got unless Hssslng It pardoned. Mr. Emery Ktorri of Chicago, who writ one of B.ibcock's counsel, hat been In thli city for sev eral weekt, pressing the President and the Attorney-General for nesting's pardon. This plan of operations teemi to be convincing tbe Presi dent and his law adviser that Brlstow's whiskey war wat limply a glgantlo conspiracy to make Mr. Brlstow President of tha United States. He brought with him bera a number of affi davit made by Hesslng and others uf the Ring wbo bad been convicted and ttntenced, the tenor of which Is that overture! were m.ide to them to furnish evidence which woul J secure tha conviction of Ward, Farwell, and Login, they to be granted Immunity If they did this. Mr.Storrt. Hetilng't counsel, hss stated that he It quite confident that he will obtain his client's pardon next week. 8tom hat been wa'chiug closely the Investigation before the Vt hotkey gvauda c'oinrulitee, and hat bean potting Plai ned, ir.e Republican member of the committee, giving him the names of witnesses to c ll and tbe tnq ilrles to be propounded to them, at well at tbe questions to be put lo Wilton on cross -sx-amln itioii. He fimlt it rather difficult, however, to manage Pltltied, who It a good deal like a New England pumpkin very bard to gel any thing into, and still birder to get anything out of. Of course the testimony of Tutton It most relied upon by Ktnrrt to ihow that tne prosecu tions lu Chicago were not conducted by Brie low and Wilson to punish tha Whiskey King, but Imply to gratify their personal spite against a few Republican polltl lsns. Tbe represent 1 tlons made to lhe President by floors ore hacked by Logan and all oilier Republican pollilclant from Illinois, i.nd Bott Heating end Butalo Miller will undoubtedly be pardoned sssoon at Ct'tigreaa it'joiiros. atom taid. In conversation tbe other day. thai ibe Pre,luent denies molt emphatically llluford Wliami a statement In regird to what Urant had In hia mind when be made Ihe famoui endorsement, " Let no guilty uiiu escape. If it can he avoided," on trie Barnard letter. Wilson, It w.ll be remeiubtred. aald that tbe Prs-uent told bnu that be had Caaev and Babcock in ble mind at the time be wrote tbat endorsement. This ihe President denies, end asys that ha did not hive Casey and l!a"cock In hia mind at that lime, that ha had not thought of them lo that oonovcttOD, and that he navar made anv atale meut of that kind whatever to Mr. Wilson or anybody elsa. lo regard to Ibe Black Friday transection, the Preaident adthortiee tha ttalement that there la nothing In the documeuu to wblob Wilton referred, Implicating Baboock or Porter In tha lighten degree, fbeae document!, which wtre laid before tha Preildent by Secretary Brlstow, ba says bava no reference to aald epeoulallona or tha Black Friday oontpiraey. Tne papera, tbe Preildent tiyt. are a series of letteri patting batwaen Baboock and Porter, Baboock at that time balng in Han Domingo. Ibe President alto nyt tbat nobody ever preeented to aim that tbe lettert "W. B," la WiUoo'e latter to Henderson ware put there hy Wilton. On tha contrary ba ssya that Horace Porter assured him that tho,s letters were not In tbe original letter, but were Interpolated by the party wbo tent the copy of the letter to Babcock. They were enclosed In bricaete merely ai an Inter pretation put upon the letter bv the party who sent il to him. Mr. Storrs on this point says that (ien. Babcock did not bring the letter from Nt. Louis to Washington, but 11 was lent to him anouiuiousy. and that he t'orr,) has bail the copy 111 his posteiiton ever tloce. Tne letter It aa follows : PiraiTstlNT or Ji aTita. ) OSrc of i!,e u.niitir t f the lrea,ury. VUsHI-tuTox, D V., fept.W lBT.a ) 11. . R ff'ti-ifit. 11, .tor-ail ! ,;mil Attn tit .q .1 trul .11 yoiL-MT ntaa ala lhla wnl inir .ilu e I 1 jitu ty ihiatn H llrrmu. ageul of tbe huirel liivbitm . f the Trea,urv liettirttiieut. wbu laaeet tuvoufur aueeul du y in inaneclluu wlln the eaaea uf tne L'nlted blsle, ssiaal Mt.l)ana,d ana Joyce tor coasplrscy sad ti..u t. on ut tlu tuierual reveuua Isws. It stems eapceially .le.liabl , lu vi w ol Hie nuponanca yt iheav issea, I tha iUe titliUualna mull u ue ..i.ttu uuer ,i.tt.'. arvil.tnce fur the nest lea dsva or twu weeka In truer lo ant cipste any rnuve oa ttislr part to escspe, and lo keep youraell appralaea as 1 r as puaaibieul ibtl 'jtoveuienia and plans Willi reference to Ine charge uf conspiracy. Ileterring to tur cunter euce wun you wnea iiere, 1 oerd not remind you 'bst it la every wsv iinportsnl thst yuu neglect na fair precsullua tu reach the verr bottum ur top cf ise ronapiracy and raannce'loos. Perhsps the opportunity 10 ublsln Inforoisit u may be got uuring llie liell ten daya. ll may be we. 1 fur to put on with Herr some man of your choice The f..T. " - orner. 'o fv low our instructions in ev-ry "ki.. " Pyer t an't write ooin. thing, but, ;f hi, mgh regsrdt, your friend. HLcroet' Witsox . w, - , . . he i.roceedliigs on le p W wllh Inleres. . .,r tu" psrtiet n urrer. II Miner bt sis yon, move u, . 1 oiiiuiltted to swsii a renewal of IndictuirBH 1 he President and his friends claim !fll ' ot.J ctof Wilson In writing thla letter to IfA'ff deison waa to have bttii keep a close watch ea Mi Don -Id and Joyce ut the lime the I'rendeni and ll.ibr.uk Vl.llcd St. Loula; tbat Wiliou knew that the President would he In St. Louis during the next ten d iyt Immediatelv I. .In. wing tha data rf thlt letter, and that by emphasizing tne word "lop" lu the letter ba nit ant thai tho White House waa the head uf the Wbiakv King. I'hov claim alau that the 1 hj. ct In aendiug Kerr lo St. Louis with special liia riictloua was 10 uo blin aa a any on the l're-hleht and Bibiock. The reference IVIIson makes lu a cotiiersatlon which be had with Henderson, and the f ict that this letter waa S'-ui by thu hands ul a dulectiie ins. cad of tliiougn the ni .Ua. la, they cliiim, corruiioraltve evidence ol the correctnes, ot their theorv, J he atatauieiit 111 t hcae dl-patciiea laal night, that the Pieai lent Intend, to I1..10 all the par tie, to whom 1 ui 1 1 1111 1 1 was granted in Cult ago, Milw iikca, and St. Louis, called uu for sen tence, is confirmed by gentlemen who have the meant, of obtaining air urate Information na to the Prctldf m'e intention. Tliuy say thnt the object I, to a, certain eini'ly the grounds on which indemnity was grunted to the aunnr duiale revenue olflcials and distillers bv llria low sinlll-un. If these men nre Hire tcueil anew with both 1r1111ln.il und civil procet'diuga tm President thinks they will make a clem hreast of Ii, and tell nil they know. He In agiues th it there wae some deeii-lald scheme to Implicate either himself or -time member of his family in the whiskey frauds, and la determined to get at the Outturn facts. All the llepubllcan lolitlilana heio are 1111 d mhtedly urging tne President to pursue thia course, bee .use they think that, as the lu tier stands now. the revolution made by Wilson will do their parly- Irrepara ble Injuiy. The oulv way to counteract theeffeilti VYii-ou's testimony is to .how th it u coiiaiuracy eilateJ to dainact) the Prcldent and prominent leaders nl the Republic n p.rlt i or, In other words, to advanoo llrislow e I'real du11ii.1l aaplrailuus upon the ruins of the Uupub llcau parly. A rA'.VtVJMlll.Jf VOLlLESi.lX. j Tba Obaeoules ol (he llldesl Onlrer lu Ibe Urwurtmeat-.vluaoule lloaare. Tho funeral of William n. Willlt, the eldest member of the police force, took place uferd.y at two o'clock, from the Maaonlc Temple. The usual Masonic rites wore nhseived by Ihe Manhattan. Hoi. and and Republic lodge. I he off plutoon of police altachod to the. Fif teenth Precinct, under command of Sergl. Allen, and a numerous gathering nf friends, followed the body to (Ireenwood remoter)1. tifli.er Willi, was born at Boston, M irch 2, i:l, nnd hia fimlh Is related to that of N. P. il la. In hi, -ennui il.iy a he w is the cl oam tn ul the Lite Edward Even-It. In the war of IS1J ha 1 u-hiuaii led a battery posliid mi lloaiuu I ,1111 until. In lk.'l he removed Irom llnatmi tu fireut Kji Ha Imr, when he renru-entt'd the New ork Hoard of I'mlorw rliera. and was at various iln.ca I out in. otter, .lualice of the 1'e. co, and Judge ( inn rmiri of Co mint 11 Ple.is, lie vtn. Initialed Into r'ree Mnaonrv In I'lilon leulge of New .Icraei.in lic'l. and on III, rcmoiil Joined the Manhattan Lodge, of which he wua the uldcai iiien.lier lu iiuir,, and wllh a single exctinilon the nldoat inniuinber ship. Kor uiuru than thirty years be wot at tached to tbe police force. A Wile Probably Murdered. Frank MoQuIre of Ml East Thirty fifth street, outrrelled about hit anpper with hlswite Ann Mrilnlre, lent ulght, and then stabbed ber wills butcher guile, ID (letlng 1 iruuud Ihsl Is probably Isial. Hi tbea tacavtd. Bis wile wsa aeal in Railevus oTuanltal, r-f.y lit riii.MottK'n a Annus. A landae Nlghl Ra,nea In Beer, In rtplte al Ihe Police who wore an llaard. When the ooiifprt bog.tn nt Ollinorf'g Oarden, last evnliig, three thomand persona were present. The murlo tn good, as usual, Ihe lights wero never more btllllnnt, the foliage never more charming) tbe melody of the foun tain! and the plashing oaaoide never mora grateful. The tomitblng lacking wat beer, Walte tr moved about listlessly, filling occasloua orden for lemonade, soda, and laMaparllli. In the long barroom, where Innoououi drlnki only wero told, a icore of barkeepers lounged behind the burs or hm-uidly tuppiied the icint demands of the waiters. At the extreme west ern end ttood Sergeant Kuta of the I hlrtleth street police with hit ward detective, vigilantly keeping guatd lo iee that ni beer wat tapped. By the time the lecond piece nn the pro gramme wat being performed, 4.500 renont were in the vast enclosure, nnd every teat waa occupied. It waa while the third P'ecs was na, Mercadante's " Lvre and Sword," that thoa in the eastern end nf the garden law Sling down from tbi extre 1 e height of tbe upper Her, in the northeaat corner, aeven whlie-aproned waiter, each carrying a broad tray covered with glasses of beer. The waiters wete kept it work coming and going up md down the steep stem, bringing many gallons ol beer to Ihe thirsty multitude from some inyaterlotii hiding place fsr aloft, ami canylng back he pa of empty glasses for refilling. All thla while Mergt. Kaas and his keen detective ni ilritalncd their watch nver the bar. InvcstUalion Into the source nt Ihtt supply showed It to be a great corner in ice, closed off by lattice work from the m In ball, where still are the deep range nf se-tsuf tho old amphi theatre, with a email level sp ce nhove them siifflclsiit for the erection nf a am II Inr, the tapping of four barrels ol beer behind It. and the conilani coming and going of fifty active waiters. Heft. re the second part of the programme was half over at least half nt Ihe tablet had beer tition them, people In the teats bordering the walat held glatet of beer In their hands, and waiters laden with beer ru,hed hurriedly- lo and fro lu all parts of the ga deo. Hull Sergeant Kaaa and his detective kept watch over the bar. A den uly sheriff, attached to the garden, In sheer bravado took the detective nil around me place and permitted huu to tee the way In which tho beer was being contained, but man aged adroitly to divert bit attention from tbe toiirce of the supply. Until the close nt ihe concert the staa-'v and rapid supply of beer wat kept up. Kock said that be sold forty barrels, which it equlialent to una hundred and sixty kegs. After the concert was over, a Mm reporter called on Mergt. K isi, aa he tai behind hit detk ai the I hlrtleth 11 reel etation, and aiked huu If anv beer bad been sold ut Olluime', Harden. "Nu, none at ull to-nlgbt," replied K a', tri umphantly. " I aaw people drinking something. 1 don't know what II waa. ll might It va bet n red a ine or something eise. for all I know. I couldn't tike up a lady's glass aid lane what was in ll to find out, v.ui kimx. Il.it inert wot Do beer suid. 1 taw to that uvistli." rnvAcmsn at iairport. Holemea. the Brilliant Pallwre-The I alienee erileme-Nalbaa and David. Faiiipout, X. Y., Aug. U. Tho flnt general exercise to-day waa tbe holding ot tha Sixth Chautauqua Aatembly Sunday school at t o'clock, with tha Rev. A. S. Dobbi of Corry, Pa., aa Pastor ; C. M. Nichols of Springfield, Ohio, as Superintendent, and P. P. Bliss of Chicago, leading Ihe singing. There were fifty four claatei. and the aggregate attendance wat ont thousand four hundred and four persons. One of tbe pupllt waa Coarlat P. Young, who It over eighty-five yean of age, and organised tha flnt Sunday aobool In Chautauqua aouoty, New Tork, In UBS. Al 11 A. M., divine aorvlee waa bold In the auditorium. Dr. Payne epoke from Matthew VI. tn, and Flrtt Kings xl. g. the general lubjeot being Solomon, the brilliant failure ; his decline and fall ; Brat, fait horses were a snare to him ; policy was a snare to Solomon, and there ore chuichea to-day which are ensnared by the tame prlni-lole. and they ere dying of spiritual dry rol. The love of many tlrtnge women en snared him. The apeaiet urged his hearers to beware of the beginning of evil True great ness was In self-conquest and aervice t ' men. At S P. M. Pr.f. II. II. eil, of Union College, (k-heiiei I 'dt.S. Y.. lectured on blunders athume. lhe Profeaor't doctrine an, Keep lour chil dren at home, and keep them young at lung as you can. At oM. ck a sermon was preached by the Rev W . Icott Calkins, of llutfalo, ou the paaaaire : "And Nathan aald uuto D.vld, thou art the rn 11." Tbe advice of the sneaker to the au dience, wsa iu Jud.'o cii ritanli all wron doere, and to w ch with scrutiny tin ae who teem tie rot li-rftcl. David, while In lilinas, fell. J ho .I'Til tempts buay men, wulle Idle men tempt the deviX rne DBATU Of HAS VASSEB. The Career of a New York Uaenbler-How Fortune wae Accumulated. Daniel Dinner, tue Kauililer, died In big home at Ml Meat Eleventh street, on Hiturday, of a spinal disease. He wat born In Oneidt county, and cams to tbit city about fortv-two yean ago. Kipp sV llrowo't itiblei were then at Charles and llu.lsun streets, in t there Danaer obtained employment as a blacksmith. He be came acquainted with tbe eatnolert who made tbe stable their headquarters. Their success Induce ' blm 10 edopt gambling as a business, and acc"uiJlnly I' """d b"nk " Bowery Cottage, nosy the v "m. In the Bowtry. After IWo yeira of paitnershlp wllh BUI Harrington and oid Dr. Brown, they opened the O I I..ue game, on His "ther able of the lluwcrv, where thu German .Hank nowstinds. In IBTL' Danair a.. 1. 1 out In, Interest at Hit Broad wiv, and retired with a large firnine. During forty veart lie had been li, "ik In L1U4 betii aireet, near Bluet kt-r. On giy. ik up gam bling be boiiclil tlie oouso al M U est l.n-vtntn street. 111 which he died. A t a eir luirnlara g.u-'ged Mr,. Ilsnaer. .-ml atole ajn.nw In ' 1 11. la. B ine i.f the piuperty was recoa.'11"1' lluotcrw.H 71 year, old , I hia death. Hi''11 John Harper l"at all hi, money on L .ngfelloa", Danaer aeal, led liiui out of hi, llnatit i il tlifnt-ul-11 . !t veral y aiaago four booti l.u ka etole f l.tWl from hia pot kot. l'"l co l a.it. K' ntiedv and Detective Dol ni enroled the Iiovh, 1 nil recov ered ncarlv-.ill of 1110 IH' ne y ; mil Daii-ter iu ituced the DlKlin-t Attorney 11 it n pmn'i iile. lie tain n-il one of thu hoi, anil -ent him to 1)10 Coiinecilcut Military Inatitute, 1 iiying lua 01 peiisea 111 advance for ten ye-ra. ll uiaer s tor tutio is roughly e-tliuated at tmio.Uuu. A STEit Usil It' ASHORE. Tbe Cliv of I bealer Mranded below Fori llasnlliou-EaTarie le list her Off. The tteutnshii 1'ity of C'lu'stor, ('apt. Leltch, of tbe Ionian Line, started from Liver pool on August a, tilth f,6 pasaeugera on board, f he arrived In the lower bay Yesterday morning, and anchored off the (gdurantln grounds. After breaking anchor, and on the way to tho Narrows, she forged across the et.li tide and run aground 011 tho Long lalatid allure, about a uille beluw I'ori Hamilton. A deaputcu was sent to the city for lighters to relieve tne cargo. Two lighter, were towud to the vca-tei's aide, and a part of the cargo waa hoisted from the n 'Ul and stowed on llieui. As tho itciiner Plyiiioiilh ll 'ck was pausing through Ihe Narrows 011 her morning return trip from llocksway, she discovered the City of Chester aahore. A siun.il gun was fired by the ext-uraton vessel, lo which the other responded by lowering a yawl-boat with a lieavv line fast ened to a aea hawser. This wna received bv tua Pit mouth Hock, inude fiiat to utcin chock, and Ihe word "llo ahead " given. Fur over an hour tint powerful bu.it lugged, but n.ia obliged to rlio uu the taak. "How 11111, -it for liie effort, cried the captain of tliel'ily of healer. " Nolh liig." an,weied 1' iiit.iiu Martin of the Plymouth Hock. Then the tvlm of lliioiean steamer weru dipped anil the 1 f lit h en-lgu waa run up lo the f ore of tne I'lwnoolh Hoi k, the crews c luutied, and so tnu Vankeo and thu Eugilaliiuaii parted company. At a late hour Inst night the ateam,hlp lay In tho a tine position, but it w um ttmiutit pi oli.il le that ,he would coinu off with Ihe high water ul l.Uu o'clock llils ui"! hli g. ,1 linn i Hint 1111: tinA. A Rumor thai lieu. I'rnob line Ncnrly Annihilated lhe sus, Hr.i.KNA, Muutumi, Auk. i:i. l'lm Inttc prmlt n''a llusenian. Mont ma. special of Aug. 13 saw: "A Kluux squaw came Into the Crow camp with reports of a terrible between lien. Crook and tha Hull ins. She states that flen. Crook hat almost annihilated the Plotix. and has Ihe re mainder In such a position as 10 foroe their sur render. The parties tbat bring thlt news from the Crow agency may have greatly exaggerated tbe store. If It is nut entirely fslse. STAB1JKD ON lllSDOORSTKP a EHp.r rtrr .i.v. htrvoolb WITH A DESPKHAIW. What Followed Preleat A gal net flelag Rahbed -Seven Knife Woanda tbnl III not Iti'iall la an Vaatreadlna Mss't Oealh. .Titme Drnnniriin, ft ttrlokliiypr, of 80S First street vaey City, quitted hit apartmtntt about ihff''clook yttterdiy morning, being unable to sleep becaute ot htat, and, with bil ten-year-old ton, tat down by the door. The morning wat pleasant, and both soon fell e'leep. Ilia tlumher wat disturbed by a hand forced Into hia pockets and a tneerlng voice nylng, "All I von haven't got anything in your pocket any way. What eryer niakln'iucb a fust about T" He reoognlied the thief aa Tbomat. all it " Tim" Drum, a le der of the Sixth Ward gang, and a notorlout deioerado. Branegan groined Drum by the coat lapped, and tald ha would hold him for an officer. " You're not able I" ihouted Dunn wtth an oath, and he grasped Brnnngan by Ihe throat with hit left hand, and with hit right irm pressed Brnna gin's btck in an attempt to throw blm. Booth fell together, tbe thief on lop and Branegan endeavoring, by hugging Drum, to turn over. In thlt manner they lolled toward tba curb, where, Branaean, clinging to hit aatsllant. Not a word waa spoken, anti It was not until Drum had wriggled out of hit antagonist'! grain and stood panting on the sidewalk th it the tllence was broken. " Now 1 gueai you'll let me pel" cried Drum, and then walked rapidly away. It wua linn gan's Intention to follow the man, but feeling it trickling sensation nn his abdomen and a sharp, flicking Pain In hia right thigh he stood "till. Meantime Drum, more wing his pace, had reached Plymouth ttreit, about two block! distant, when he waa met by Char.ceman Htuckev. who, having heard the cms of "watch," iv oa burr Ing to tin scene. Micro's a fight down ihe street." laid Drum to the Chant oinan. " and I think vnu are want ed." The Ch,ncemau replied! "Yes: and I think I'll tako you wllh me to see wh.t It ll. Drum proteatetl, but the Ch.nioemtn meed bla club and lilt prisoner said no more, Wbcn the officer arrived at tbe threthhold of Branagan'a door, Branegan woe sitting with hit head resting agtlnst the wall, his wife holding him by tbe hands and crying bitterly. Toe policeman ordered hlin carried up "lairs, and took Drum to the Gregory atreet nation. Doctor, McLaughlin and Pctrle ascertained that Branogaii had been stabbed In seven placet. Two of the wounds are fatal, and then are In the abdomen. From both wounds luteatlnei protrude 1. lhe third wound It In tie left tireait. near Ihe lung, another In toe left aide. There It one lu the back, and two are In tbe thigh. " There are ninelv-nlne choncee In a hundred that be will die." add Dr Petrie to a Sc. re porter ye'letdev. " 1 he tutettlnes are cut, and the loss of blood aud shock are terribly against him." On the certificate of the physicians. Justice Pcloubut with Pence Captain McKalg visited llratiagan about 11 o'clock and took his ante mortem deposition. He told the ttory In tub stance aa r-1 .ted above. He did not like to 'aubsurlhe to tbe deposition that he waa likely to die. He snowe of his wife and five children, and declared it ws hard to be atruck down. Coroner Oannnn, who It the Prendent of tbe Brirklayera' I'moii, vialted Branegan lost night at tbe letter's request. He found bis friend very weak and slowly sinking. Bransgan Ii about forty-five veers nf age, and ll reputed to be quiet, sober, and industrious. I be knife, wnleb waa found near the tcene of tne tragedy. It an ordinary Jackknife with a aharp three-Inch blade. TrTEMr TUOVSAXn DOLL ABB. A Jewelry Ageni'e Mtaplee Hlalea bv New Yark Tblevee la Berlaaleld. Albert Lenkol. travelling agent for Mr. RlcharJion, a large manufacturing Jeweller In Philadelphia, eterted from the Oraod Genual iepel la this etiy for Boetoa on Thursday laal Od tbe train Mr. Lenkel noticed tbat three men, wbo tat near him, were witching bit movementi. lie, however, paid but little atten tion to them. At Springfield, Mr. Lenkel left Ihe train. Doing lo Havne't Hotel he placed In t'.e hands nf tbe h"tel clerk hit case of sampled that contained $J).tiO wurtb of Jewelry, taking a check tn exchange thenfor. He went to Visit lame Jewellers. Just after he hod gone out the three men whom he bod aeen on tbe train en tered the hotel, line of them engaged the clerk In cotiycraatlon and the uthera stepped behind the oe, k. lo k the case uf jewelry, aud weut out ut tbe hnuae. .Mr. Lenkel auva that tbe stolen property con sisted ut 70 cameo 11 tigs. 75 amethyst rings, 40 cameo and coral la.llaa' i.eta, 60 lt"llian seta, 1U0 pulra of sleeve butt na. 61 j'aiea of ear rings. 80 a,,7en Mitel.,, fa) lo. ke-a, -1 ladiea' msdslilons, at gentlemen's veat cuaiua, and a large 11 u in her of ladiea' chain. R 'in 111 neck chains, gold anti sli ver spsctarle,, and some other Jewelry, lhe wholesale v due uf lhe properly Mr. liicoardtoa says is 130,000. THE LEGISLATIVE BILL. Malarlee la Ihe New erb ab.Treainrr and tbe Assay Offset. Wasiiinotos, Aiiu. 13. Tho following art the rei tied provisions made by the Legisla tive, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation bill for tbr New York Sub-Treasury : Aolaiant Treasurer, "0 . ricpuiy Assistant Treas urer. t.S.Hoo, CM'll'r Slid Ollef l ier. Bl.no.1, Lillet oft "in I'lilna 1. l.t 1) M , 1 ulef 01 Nete Paying HI-vi-lou, tut lam ; i'. iief of Sole Iteceivlng Divinion. ti,- bo". 1 hut t'fOirck HIM"' l-l'Soi: a hit f of Kegls- tried Intrreat f. v lato-i, t.'.'ltal . 1 lilff of t nuiten inter 1, Imiai ui. f-,i. '-'ilel "I Krai nnnal 1 urrcucr I'l viali 11, f-,4tio . t i t f . I muni 1111 ulou, 'J,-J.vi, t hit-f of laucilleu 1 heck and tdturu luvisiuu, S'J.iaai; iwd c eiaa si f',-." tsch, six carta at fg loo each, tea elerka at I-'. -am eat h, nine t lerka St 1 1, and etch, t'.urt eras at $1 7" 1 can,, four 1 Irrka si 11.00,1 cacn. !., Llira, al SI '"" earn, leu e eras st fl,"11 'at h, lliree rlerka al tl.Jtai e.u-n, five llosteuger, t ll.Jtal eat h. uue ueauligtr at ll.'Jtai. keeper of DUl' ling It !1 hisi. Cilef .leucine, lisn, a.al.tanl ilrnciile. 1 too , 11. re n,li ne u at it no" cuc'i, ma wstt hnieu si ;.,o eictl. I'll ' 1 lullU er St II O-Kt. uue pu-ler SI gxl Ilia f.'ilowiug piovislon la made tor talatltt tu the Ay tMU' e at Now York . halary of piruriiile'i lent. It.SVIi tsaiver, la.fttV) : inciter sim reftii'T. I.lotiu, cln. 1 eierk. t.'.aoo , a.-iuli thwr tlerk, I.'..'.", p.viu tors, $ uuo , nar iiera, tl Hon. irri.il 1 1' r ., l-'.-.'O, lu e lieu allli t eierk", lltiHicaci. ,..iiiii wcigimir 1- eta,, fl.oo.i . m,i trdr,! k-nl-.ant. !-..'.' 1. aa,,ver', ,er ui I s,aiitt nit, v' i;.o, a ,ayi-r'a ilifra s-otaui f-.oio. 111 a 1. Icj.eti ' be bill alao appropriate fl.UtK) for wages of r,i',r '.men, mil $M,iakl f ,r icida. t-opiier, coal, lead, lljht and f .r niiacell nanus noma aud lui'air iu thv Nei i urk Aaaay ofo e. TH Ml UUEREII HELMET. Tbe Hcelrfenio of Huailugion again Petition lug Ihe G.'icruor uf ibe Male, At (no Into term of tho Suffolk county Oyer and Terminer, Hit' Indictments charging It. iv al and Hiidolph Minimi of Huntington wi.h the murder ot t'harles ti. Kelaey were put oyer for trial al tho September term, al the requeat ot lilalrlct Attorney U tckbani, wbo very re c inly took oftlce. It is understood that Mr. Wi.Ktiaui rxprcaea the detcriiilnation not to In the r-aminiM't inilca tho,e Interested in the pr ifceiilioii fiirinah vtiueiice mat there Is a rt aaunai'lo (iron imlltv ol ciiuyictlnn. 1 nu foil iving petition la being circulated and vixteuitlvuly aigned at lluiilingtun: in 111 II. n. n.,'it J liLltn, (Juiernir uf Ma aM ot Snv )er Vtt, the uutlenlgncd, Inhabitants of Huntington, in tin tt.iuityi.l Millets In ing ui air.iua Hist the uiurih r ul I bar 1 ea ti K 1st 1 oil llie ulgtit uf Nov. 4, IHT'J, alinu d lie furllieraiu thurouglily uivtatigateil, ami the ii rpetr iter of the crime iincovvreii and hruiighi tu in ncc, do ri'ncifuily pctliitiu your Kactllcucy, un flic part of llie Stale to ttlfer s uilslile reward and 1 1' elllive 1 letliPlli-y In any pits 1.1 or perauiii, w tin will ri vi-1 1 ami lui iiIkIi rvi'li in e l" t onvlt-i the ii.urilt rt ra of anl I Ken.' ' beinre tne curta ol uui it - of tin, Ht.ile, I. he einl t'11,1 it git ul i rune may he iituilHlit tl and llie liitaut tbciituiuauf thla county iiistle uiure aciure. A. OTHER UOI.lt SAI B. Pive millions in t'eiu Irom ihe l.oog-iVelied-I ur Alubumu I luluia. WyaitiNi.ins. Aug. IJ. The Secretary of lhe Ir a-ur) li.t, .1 rtcli I the Aaaivtanl lltaxiirtr t( ilio llilliil Mates at . Si ork to Hi 1 1 ull 11 I tho adav II" piiti iii-i . n hi reeeiv eil for hui il, nt tlie Hvi piriint tun nil loan ut ll mid uu the i li ln-t , ' r Hie proi un na fl He ail si'i'r'.vrl Apnl I- ISTH. prut id lug fur lue pnvil.t'lil nf J'ltll UK n lull re I by the lourt ol l ti'iiliilaa i un ra ot A I il.stlla I lamia. The liiunev rtrelvnl from meat I'rlf am giiioiiiiUiig to ti in m o, w a i tn,, rit il 'ill" t in rt gl-lereii tiv e per it ni h.iii.l for Ihal am 'inn. I He Held nuhj'-it to the future illniiiinili'iii t f 'lucre, '1 he I mil lull oininia loin ra li.iviiig n mil red j'i'l..iiienlit fur '.1 1 r f imio uuo, I iiiiare,- lull irilig, pa.c I Un lull alilt-li wiaul'plt'li"! I.y l. ir I'n ,1111 ul .' i im' Kin of April, ami hy llial nlll the Krcrclarv of tlie Irt a.ui v eaa auilunleil, in i. liter turliange that bund, tu cu.nert it lulu hiimltcr die per i-i-iil. bund, and to sill, sfler fivo uava' uuilce, ss 111 any is imgnl he iiece.anrv to pay tne judginenta t which refcreuie lis beeu made. Accordingly, these bonds were suld fur colu yeaterdsy, sud tnu culu tims remsed la tn he sold, sud lhe summit received will Ds ap",ltd to the piytusut vf ihe Juuguieuts. TUB HA TEH ANtt WHKELMB gVSD. Aeeeealag ibe Clerks In Ihe Interior Departa sent by Order of Chandler. WagiuxfiToit, Aug. JA Hecretnry rhnnd ler hat found out that there It a Mr. Red way In bit department, and that he hot been aliening the clerkt two per cent of their lalarlet. Hence a commotion exltt.. Mr. Htdwty wat tent for by the Secretary, and by him ordered to go round wltb bit tubecrlpilon list hnd tell tha clerkt that they could t ike their names off and thai th! lubtcrlptl in wat voluntary. Poor Bed way wot the tuhjoct of much merriment In the department! on Baturd.iv. The Secretary hot gone biok on him. None of the olerks, to far at heard from, have had the courage to drop their namet. Tbe Impending reduction lo the force and tha chinoe of dismissal Ii too great. But the Seoretery oannot esoipe by making Redway a eeapagoat. When Radwsy went around with the Hit nn the flnt day he itruck Clark, tbe Kenordcr In the Lind Office. Clark demurred, and Bed nay told blm he mutt out hit name down or tbe riearelary would relieve him. After Redway went out Cltrk went to ate the Cominla-ioner of the Land Offloe and reported what Hed way wat doing and what ba bad tald. The Commlatloner tent for Redway and wanted hia authority. Hedway told him that ha had tbe direct orden of the Secretary. The Commlatloner bad nothing more to tay, and Mr. Redway went on. Everybody knowt tbit Bedw .v would not have bid the audacity to lot aa be did without orden from tbe Secre tary. But everybody who knowt tne Secretary knowt that he would not heaitate to go back on an unfortunate fellow whom he had placed In a fade posltlou. There will he an Interesting time collecting these iiseeaments. The new Legislative bill will rircvent the payment. Clerks who pay will be table to the pontltv. It It understood that a resolution of luquiry will be offered to-morrow. TUB M'OABBAHAX CLAIM. Aa Aaplleatlea far a Rebearlee-ftew Ibe Advene Declelea wae Obtained, WAgniKOTOat, Aug. 13. Tho HotlM Ju diciary Committee on the consideration of tba claim of William MrOirrabao to tbe Panocbe Grande Ranohe, California, embracing tba New Idrla Quicksilver mine, have referred It to a aub-oommlttee. oontlsting of Msssrs. Knott, Lynde. and McCrary, for the Investigation of the whole matter on I ti merltt, with a view of reo ommendlng tbe enactment of a bill to ralnvett tbe Supreme Court of the United Statet wltb jurisdiction nver It for a bearing. McOarrahan clalmi that the advene decision of that court wit brought about by forged record!, perjured affid ivltt. the tuppreailon or evidence In Attor-tiey-Ueneral Black't office, ana the failure nf tue court to consider the documentary evidence supposed by the late Reverdv Johnson, who argued the case for McOarrahan, to have reach ed the court, but whlcn evidence Ju-t prior to his death waa found to have been lor yean In the archive! uf tha court unopened, and In con tquence of which fact he bad made arrange ments for an application to tbe eourt for a re argument of tbe caae. It it now thought by MtO irr.th.n't pretent countel that an act of Coiigreet authorlilug the eourt to rehe.tr the cote will be necet.ary In order to add this new testimony and tbe alleged proofs of otflcltl for gery tnd perjury to tbe record on tuoh rehearing. Tne lub-oommittee win, during tbe recess, confine their labon to tbe Inviattietlon of tbla new evidence, wltb a view of determining whe ther ll would juiilfy a rehearing ot tbe whole case by tbe supreme Court. TUB WAB IS TBB MAMT. Prlaee Mllaa Wllllaa te Abandon the War A C'rlale Iaasalaeai lu Beltrmde. London, Aug. 14. The Standard' BaltaV cbar telegram aaya that, Inttead ot puahlug vig orously after tbe evacuation of Saltacbar, Oiman Pioba croaaed tbe Tlmok river Into Bervta and encamped In tba former poeltlona ot the Servient. Tbe country It entirely deaertel by tbe Inhab itant. Tbe Clrcaieirus, putnlng on, find only dtterted bouses. The Sftiml mi l Belgrade despatch tayt : There wat no deiuousiruitons on Saturday un tbe oc casion of Prince Milan's return. A despatch Irom Vienna to the Stnndtinl savi that Prince Milan bad a conference with Ihe Aui rliu mid English Consult it Belgiade. and expre'ted his willingness to abandou the war If hngiatid and Austria support mni In his nego tis.lotis for peace. Ukmihadk. Aug. 13. It It announced that Prime Mnau'i arrival has been the sign I for all kinds uf intilgues. Iho Cnueerv.ttlyca are re ported tu be agnaling for the overthrow of the .iiluts.ry. ihelr success it thought to bt very projubleif Piliice ii.Uu remalus in Uelgrade a lew days longer. Lonpom, Aug. 14. -The Ottoman ombiiiv In this city oBlclilly denies that the Imperial troons Purn cieivian villagee. or curry petioleum for that purnose, at us been cuarged. Ibe em-b.i-ay allege tint sixty villages in U tuuioU territory have been burned by Servi;,,. j VASDLRRILT'S COXDITXOX. A Baaday af Qaleiade-Lletealag le mm Ae ream ef a Very Old Maa. Commodore Vuuilerbllt ilopt late yea terday morning, having pasted a reailea night. Tbe Bev. Dr. Deem retualued atbort time wllh blm, at did hit clerk. Mr. Wardell, wbo call daily to receive business orden and render re ports. A few relatives called. There wot no osao in blags In bis room for rellglout worship, at on the preceding Sunday. His mealt wtre light, but hit strength teemed to be Increased. He reclined lu bis cuair a portion of the day, and was ihivod by a barber who at tends every alternate day. Tbe Commodore likes to preserve tne tipect that he uure pro ve ii t his liluea. The ruddiness exiatt no longer, but tu the careleasnesa natural lo sick ness lie has allowed nuuuuaiiui growth ol beard. He suffers very linla pain. Extracts from uos papers were read tu huu in the atternouu, for he slilt presence luteretl In current cieiils, aud Dr. lioeiua entert.liied liiiuwilu an account of tlie agt d Capl. Laf buscli, who, at Ihu age uf lull years, retains much malm, ul.Uougu umng bpi nu In I nge q lantitiet. lu Siratogi a lommollve ami train were III readlncai. ull d iv foi Wm. II. Vuuu.au. !U, m au livlpaliwU uf ubfaiorablo uiw. THE I.OMJOX HOHISU CLVB CUEW. The Voyage nrruee Ihe Allunllc The Oars lieu uf the Harlem Visited. Prank liulstou, Uouort 11. Labat, Alfred Trow- i r, su l Jo i pti How . I', Tie crew e.ecteti by ti.e l.uudou Ituslng i luh, tu lake pail ID llie lulerualioua! lieg itia st I'nlisiie puia, arrived in this city yeaterdsy uu the sieauia.up H youung. At llie King street pier frteuds were sailing with csrrlage,. Tm-y pa.setl the dsy ami Uu iu i.i its.ting llie rowing c uh uu tne llsrh iu rir, r li.inug tne irlp scru tin- ocean they ke, t up lln-ir Irani, ug, li,ey sru e at 4 o'u"Ck In tin- in im ug aim rcllr' il regularly he i aceu M ami o u'ci .ca 111 tne eveuiiu. I lit r are puu.rlul lueu pll),lcaliy liny Priuiglit Willi iiicii fiuir huals two nalr oare.l idiclw. s mgle t ul,, aim f,'Ul-uarea lliey aillroa lu luar uf lite laei'i,. Un four oareil, oit'Tuailiiual d Uiile. Inter luiliuinl palra, ana inlernatloiial .mgie , in the la ter rat' Mr I. abut will leprt -enl the cluti They ah nt "ll h iril no' sieamaiilp isbI uigm, and will prubsnly lean fur I'Uilsviiipiua lu u y. Oar Dlitingalahed Vlasenlc Vlallora. Oriental Coiitlstory. thlrty avcuiid tlegicc, An cisui Accepiuu Uue, ut ciiivsgu, re lu srnve iu title city this uiurulng, ami, e orteii by New ,h rey Cm BUiorv, sre to be reeeiistl hy Aurora Ural ami i o,. llloHlltan Ctinai,torie T if gueals are t i au.it Keek sway beach ami lllliuure ti irUeu lo in urtiw iimrn uig they will form t.i- ei "rt ut the Mipreiua t-uiiiicii, tinri) third degne, frum the rifiu Aveuuu 11. u i, n kaue Lunge llail, and tu lliecveuiug wil view at 11a auuic leluple tlie reimerlug ul III' suprein i.raie, (Iran I t'uiillff utiiere" itli uegre . 0 f re llie -.ipi.'iii'' lui.ll il. ny Aurora l.rna I oii.litry ilu 11c Jan Jay lUvy will tlepait t o l'h'lnlt il'liln laprnber Kei r 111 ing. WtmiiMini.s, Vug. M. faiiniel Kerr, the apeikii' ami, ainvt.l lore l. J iy Irt'in ll Imme lu Sc Ailian). ' ii r, uii t Ih ' 1 A urn ,'rlng. liar lug in i n li i arul't" tl t 1 1 !) lim ni Ul er I in n are ' I leu uti.ii In iihI. ii. In-. t that vpi , v. el K 1 1 r t .ui in it , ti i v l v c iniinv at - rt..'iiil lil, il ua take place 'lurui-' the M-N.Mlll of I'C II'MI,!' II 1 I'll! I lltMt.lC tin- .leiti 11 ol a Hpiivaer, the l,tn"tker p o tt III Iii lug tit' 'd to a, i v i tii.lv during Uu- a 'm-uee it it -p. over, iiul without a r. t ei-thui. c ul i in t .on tumuli r Jay tit u iu uinuy iu uib.-r-. ah-i m r tiet 'liu OT on 'lU'tiull a hat lUv lltiu.c wuuU Jo iu auiti a ulicuitin. Ibe (Jioiil Vln,leal I'eallinl llAVUKl Til, Auc. l.t. - I't'tii tliu iriilitl strangers liate ari ivcil lu the i lly tu at t 'in. the 11 agin r iml-ietil ff-uva'. 'Hit re ar ub .ut a. in i -poiidci.t, ul Ann i lean, turnsn, ami tillur nta-pai' I- 'i r" 1 gruii'l tun lilik'hi pruct h.iuu ill Inuor uf Uu uvtut ei i vuirvd isl i-vc.il ig Disraeli's Offlec. London, Aug. ll.-ller Majesty thoyueen held s council st tishurur IIuiibk, lle nf VI, lit. mi Saturday. 8he tlellicreil the eal of tlie ufBt'e of llie I ortl I'rlvy 6esl tu Mr Dpratll. wnu toek the uslli sod kUaed Uauds uu the appuliitiuiaw NOT FOUNDED DY GREELEY II TBMTBIItVSK BflB SHOP OJICK MOMM II l'lUl.lHIMCV.HtEll. M Tbe Teaaeeraaoe Mea'e P reject at Baylea) I and Cloalna ll -two of Ibe Venn Bdllei! I Prlaterw Ceaverted le Total Abstinence, In nietH'kiT Hall yotrd:iy afternoon t I Sslge ietnperanoe rrceelln was held. Scriptural I lessons were read, and a prayer offered lit th ' I Bev. Dr. Ball. 'I hen Col. Scott of Boston laid I I "I don't know much about the tall towor bar B room except what I have read tn tbe papers f I but the other day I stood for several moment! I lu the street In front of the tsloon. and watched the people aa they went In and out. Tbe word of an old temperance long ran through my bead ' I as I ttood there, one couplet of which ll : I " Many sti Iphnas, young sad gty, I H"pptd id eeiilnd ibe sereea. "Sol i iw crowdi of peoole, young and olJ, I merry and blytbe and broken down and haggard I patting oontUiitly In and out of thote broad I open doon of tin and degradation." I Tlie Prealdant, Mr. Olbbi, tald: "Horoot I Oreeley all his life fought against intemperance. I and he would never have tolerated the Inatltua 'fl tlon of such a place ti tbe ITUmne a noon. He devoted hit life to Ihe causa ol temperance, and I always tpoke and wrote against the rtimaaller. W Tbe tall tower barroom It an eveiore to alt tern, fl perauce men. It ttundi In the most oinsplou oua place In the cltv, within a few rodt of thi Itutue of the great Franklin, althi.ugb 1 am glad to tee thut the old nrinter turns his back uoon Ha duon. It la a bad pla -e. a stench In tbe noe trl is of tne people. 1 have no aotibt whatevel that the frk-ndi of Horace Oreeley, both tem perance men nnd rum drinkers f ir he had many friends among tbe latter would raise the turn of tao.OUO in lest than two week, lo bring hack to the paper that ba founded the honors, ble prestige that It has Inst. We don't Intend te buy out ill these rum holes, but this la un excep tional c.ee. Die true tbat they might at onoe open tomewhere else, out I with this thing to be done In the cue of tbli glaring nulianoe eitu. pit because of tbe real ect and love I bear tot memory of the late Mr. Oreeley." The eecretarv read a letter from Mr. II. 0. D iter, in which tbe writer expressed a desire tnal the Tribune proprietors take down from lie conspicuous position In their counting room tba portrait of .Mr. Oreeley. Ketolullons were offered asking tbe frlenda of temperanoe to unite and purchase thu lean of tbe Tribune isloon, and advising tbat a com mittee be appointed tn ral-e tne neceeeaH fundi, ana thut 1 Hk Hun be requested to pun llsh tbe subscript lout. Mr. Psrsuns, an elderly man, eald tbit he one spoke et a meeting at wnlcb be and Horace Oreeley advocated temperance, and added I " When I heard tbat tne basement of the irib tint building wsa to be leased tor a rum shop, I was overwhelmed, and I wondered thst the bones of Mr. Oretler did not arise from the grave." A nun In the back of the room tald that, at Horace Oreeley waa dead, he did not believe that be was nartner to tbe lease of tho till town barroom. He did not advise the purchaae ot tha ; sulooii, but tbougntthat It woe preferable to ( ttanon men it tbe doon of the place to give to i . each man that entered a circular stating that I tbe recipient. If be partook of lVibunt refresh- I i mentt. would go to ruin. Dr. Bill laid, "I have taken the TrOiune for ) over twenty years, but I tto.iptd ll." Maid an- i oibtr speaker : " Tbe Good Templars have gone i to work In the right way. They didn't assault ! tbe cellar, but they went uo In tha tower, and I hi ve already oaptured two of Mr. Wbat'e-ble- I Narue'i employees-two com noil ton who have j Joined the temperance ranki." ! I Ibe resolution! were rejected. j 9 DELAT1XQ ADJOVBUMMXT. J Senator wha have Pel tsebetaee I left 11 Tbreaeh Ible Meealea. . U WxtniNOToN, Aug. IS. The Senate thowi fl no dlipoiltlon to adjourn, though tbe Bout i I could do to to-morrow night. Senator Sargent will not eoneeut to an adjournment until tba Hawaiian treaty legielation U dUpnsed of, and tbe Dlttrlct of Columbia provided for according to Boss Shepherd'! be hest. Senator Morton claims Tuesday on which to wave his bloody shirt, and will tot up the plea that bo comes direct from the people ol Indl in and repreaents at le isl hia home ton- i tlmentt. Senator Hamlin will make an leant on the franl.lng plivilege and f vat m lis before he ' will consent to adjournuieut. Senator Hitchcock ' wuntt and tnereaaed force on ibe frontier before ' j be will consent, and nearly eyery Senator b is j some pel acnemit which he miiat carry through. , i 11 lib lew exceptions, the Sena'nr have no need , ; ot looking after tnelr proapecia for rrglectlon, ! end aru us much nt Ii mein V, nahi igtou a, elan- I where. I he hour of adjournment no mau can j . foretell to-night. iK.UTI.0 A MQB. ( j ! Felloe OUcxi in a Hnust-io-llaed Ceatiet (T wltb a l.eng ot llaOlaae. . I The Michael Wnaleu Aaa.ciiitiou of New York ! I had a pi uic iu Oituiar's Park, Pauaaue are uu-. Jcraey , ' I l'i T Heigtns, un Maturday night, which broke up si ! luianlght tn a row. The t ffcudcrs were urnren out sud down un the no'ioieu mrsdow. where the' m-1 on- ' 1 1 cers ilsthjeu an I Micaatl Mclierm nr. lhe utHe r,. m ' requeuing thcin tu gu home pesci sbly, were aMsuited ' f with s voder of tunc. Kithjra aeisea Jsun lu mey. i n smeailier ol the Palustlo t-t.Uri,s social run. and ' 'J Mi li.'imoll iiieiupte'l tu srret Iteorge llenuersun. t snother ut llie riule.ider. 1 ne gang cioaeil in uu ih , uthei r, and a hand tu l.snd flwtil loilowed. In whirs I iirBctr l.utnl, n'a nua wss wre.n d Inuu aiiu. uu na . wash sti ii afiout the heatl sud bst-k, siul kieaetl wmii ., L he I.y pnolrale. Mellirin ill toua Tuu ier alia Hen ,1 A dcrs.in iu the lltilioae i pullceatsilun. Itailijau u baJlj j cut uDuut the furetiea.l, ' HOME WAHUlXtlTOX TOPICS. Tba Nea-raectarlaa racbeol Asnendment le ih , Pcderal lonstlietloa. Wahiunoton, Aug. IU. Mr. Edmuodi will ca'.luptlie cunatltutli nal siueodment prehiblung sp I prnpriatton tur sectsriau school us suoti s- he cat ubiaiu the fl uriuthe Sinste, snd have inevoteupui ' It nu it t uatae Khuiilit l' rec Iv lie nrceasiry w.a : I till Ua V" e, it will Ii, ieiurlii'1 li lhe lloute, ainl lha , uu, tl'iilitiir Hist nut ) wlli ue en concur. tug in ins j l-i.iiitc mi ii. in,, ni, mi nh ch a in 1 iruy lute uuy ll i.tct-nari Mi. ultl tieli.iii,- i iiiur.a lint. I f l i.nf. r. lu e all n a, ken tor ami elf. ll It . uia ! to ho fr uue - in- ine i, lire n- lo i.ivi n liul I Hiu-r o il ot I He ItoiiM- mil eiite I' ire n n ea ti rtauie l, h .a i ver, i iiat ll uut) nut ue pel f vlej Otlorf the final a Juuiutiicui. The I. a al ol Ibe Appropriation Bills. W KiiiMiTiiN, A ie. III. The Indian Ap'iriprl. att 'U t ill , he only one tu he ps.icd, but the confer ence rep rt on tt It ready, snd will be presented tally to ui rrow in. riling. 'Itit' Legiai .lire and I'on.ul ir nd lllm ' -.'h' Ipiir-uii l-ltluu I'iii w i re t mo h il to U il l"l , the , h rnt. of llie llunae of lieiiceiilstli . a. aim w nl lit ' 1 aenl tu Ine rireii lit inr hi aljlialure lo-.uiirr"tw. , I lliere la every tirotaitllity tnal irie e,.hiii will ha I briiuglii lu a uutc b) 1'ueauay ur Vi t Juiaaay a. tha 1 lalcat. I Weather lldlee Prcdleiiou. . ' Falling b rouicler. neany natlonary t 'mpera tur ', w luil, ni", l Iv rroiu ii..rtli,-a-l iu auuili -,l. auJ in criaaiug ii'.uJlut ,. un i tin area. j The Thermometer In Ne ork alcriliiV. , At Hiidinit'H at ,1 o'.-lo.-i. M ,7'i . rt. , 1 I Tt. li M a.. . I' M . ' " . t'. "e I JOMtXUH A HOI I lOHrX. The regatta at Ho. kunuv ha I cen iio-tponeq, S.ird mail ilni and tho lu.iun ballet in 11 uUi's llnatr. rn iiu'lit '1 he .lime ll.'.-ntil cotuilit at the American 111,11111 c 1. 11 I. I1U.M Ki-.fenaior Wiillau laiililwcll hat become aun pruprn lor "f me u'l-hll Kuinry. 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