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ArriTAl #f th# SuraU and Mail* of th? Asia. Depression of th# Rebtl InUrssI to England and France. SCANDAL. IN HIGH LIFE. Joo Cohnrn'i Training Completed aid K? laieilir Condition Spleidid. Worn Ktpf Dosorts Mrm After deetif Joe Spar, _ .? Saxoola, rrom Soothamptoa on ths Ma If Boplsmbii'. hitkit this port early yesterday morning, fa* nam iui MM anticipated by her own report Man off Cape fUo^ which ?u published in the Hhau mat Saturday, and lbs advice* froaa the FwutIu, a rather Point, given yesterday. - O? Kuropean fllat and correapondence by the Aala reached this city frees Boat on early yeeterday morning. The Boo. Sir Thoniae Muagrave. the newly appointed (governor of Newfoundland, and former Governor of St. Vtooeot, W. L, ul bia family oamo passengers a the Asia. Ben. Rgbsrt T. hnltt, of Long Island, also cams in tbe Aala, aod left for Washington. There were twelve blockade runners lying in nilifar When the Asis left oo Friday morning, September 30. A Union gunboat bad obaaed a blockade runner into the haroor of Halifax the day previous, and the British admiral bad seat two vessels-of-war to cruise off the Wort. Tbe Aeia had a rough, hard passage. Mile. Pattl was announced to appear at the theatre of Lyons oo the ITth of September, when she would sing m Lucia, with Dulaureaa per ormlng the pert or Edgardo. "tt London Correspondence. Lohdon, Sept. IT, 1864 JTrogrtss of Me Peace Rumort from America?Raster Hall About to Repair Damages by a Monster Peace Petition? aroot Drepression or the Rebel Interest?Notice of Presu Sent Lincoln?Supply of Iron for the Rebels, <tc. Dulnesa reigns supreme. The quite eeances or the British A??oclation Jor the Advancement of Soiance at Bath la really just about the only business going on In The United Klngdoih, always excepting grouse aadpor ? Crldge shooting. All sorts of pesos rumors sre rife here tonohiog Amerltk ?nn affkirs, and tbe seceah are considerabiy depressed at j the news from Atlanta and Mobile. But Br! Ma hers do ad> Bain tbe Old sen Horse?Old Karragut. Talking of peace, there is a gigantic petition y* reoeivlng signatures here, to go to tbe Md people of the Ubitod States, pray, lag for peace. It wiH probably have a miltain j Mgnaturoj. ExeSer Halt Is interested, and of course there is money enough to carqy on tbe business. Having tattered firebrands to America for years, they are now ? taring to allay the whirlwind alter they have sown the Wind. I hope tnay may repent In dne tins and repair ?Otae of tbe mischief they have formerly done. Muller has quttp eclipsed the Prinoe and Princess of Wftes la tbsir royal progress ta Denmark and Sweden Ho one seems ta sere a 0g for these personages any more Wta newspapers chronicle Ibetr marohee, countermarches nod reoeptioos, as In,duty bound; but no mortal aeema to rend atrant or oare for them the least. Who will shew Old Abe a oopy of the Arrow, a sort of gaotaei, high priced rtrorA, just started here. It haa Ime hardest bit and raowt savage carlo.lure of A. Lincoln ?hat he has yet been represented In. He is represented ' eonfrootiqg the Goddess of Liberty, who has an en<w. tnoqa bnudle on bar anoulders. labelled ' debt, rawer y " ?f"" <*" ?? elbows, wttb his tattered striped irewe ?ro ma a rone round his neok. He gavso sullenly at so tee ami a pile of rata, and the God dsns tells him in very Mood verse fcat aa be failed In the splitting ef nations he ?an now try bis old business again, the splitting of raita. ?h# country on all sidaa la one sosos ef graves, moeada, Mhadatooes. monuments and cross?S. Nothkm eies in ht. It is a hard bit. Isarn met two oar goes of railway iron are to be shipped *??- the next tan days or a fortnight, and that the con Sre all compleied for giving the Sontberoers a Stains" iia" 'r0n' ^ 00ur** * thro^h 'Bee a Hoe piece of ioconeislency In Mm Loodoo Timsi? a diametrical contradict ton of Itself?and, mere Man Mat, a denial thai it ever said the Southerners v uld be yCsdted if they began the war. And ret the Timee chd ?ng this veny thing oa tbe a?tb of November, I860. Oar Farts Correspoadeaee. Pasts, Sept. R0. 1864. ? f*? Parie Rebels and the Chicago Platform? Irngxtrtint Politial Rumor?Rome to be Abandoned to Ske Romans Scandal?Reported Shotting ef the Duke de Oram mont?A Mora! Movement at Baden-Baden-The Ap preaching Marriage of M. Erlangtr and Mm StideU? the /Few Clergyman, Ac. Tbe recess toe tets in Paris, sMhougb they attempt not do exhibit It tqo Openly, find tt Impossible to con ami their aeilgbt at the adoption'of the Chicago platform ?hey evidently believe that that tiring of lecoostatan. ?ten, If it means anything, moans so abaaduunoM of Mm war ui<oo lbs part of our foveroneot, and upon the bosh, ii Mis South jrtll sonseet Co no otbsr terms (sod they ridicule the Idea that she wfll), of bar separation hod mdependeoce. This tbey do not hesitate ta say pri. vatoly . but tbey do not aeein ta be quite so sure that BfeCletiao. if sleeted, will bt willing to oarry tatosffeot the eitra pesos l?licy which thay believe the platform Indicates. Ooe thing is partieularly noticeable since the hews of McCellso't nomlostlon arrived bars, and that Is that there has beeo more of s ropproekemont between HorUiero mi Southern men than there has been here tofore Mines tbe war commenced?an sBftiUtm of greater wiiimgness to calmly talk oyer Me dtflbreaoes Which bsve threatened to break op our natfcm. Hoar Southern irtends gat a orrnnb af comfort from tba copi nrbeal platform of the Ohloaeo Convention, H Is pondered exceed ogly bttt* by the overwheimiagiy glorious oewH which come* with a of the capture of At lanta. ihoy do not seam to see, n? the Ouioago piaMbrm man do, how, juat at tbe time when our conquering armies esem just on tbe eve of crushing eat those of the Booth Mis former sre ta oesae In their onward march nod Me u> their fly leg enemies for peaoe. All tbe Blench Journals la tbe Southern Interest I rest tbe Chicago pi si form ss so evidence of a disposition on the pert of tbe Hortb to socede to the demands of the Southern traitors. If MeCMUo cati ba elected 1 resident with this laad enua bts back, Ms peraooal popular Kg must certainly bo edbr Bona. The most important political news of the week Is Mm rumor, now toisrably well authenticated and tlmoel uot ?sruaily believed, that a treaty haa been entered loio, ?the documente having been formally signed on tbe 16th Wet , by tbe French and Italian govseameols, by tbe 'WD of which tbe former agrees to abandon Its armed protection of Rome and tbe Pope at tbe end of iT# -fT lB* term Inst ton of that period Be Wench troope, who for sixteen years past baws ^?>?11 lA Km ri W t- a i * ' . t_ , - W bw Holiness his temporal sovereignty are nWaply to be withdrawn, and the Pope and tbe Papal anverameot left to tbe mercies and tbe management of pie Romea people Tbe King of Italy agrees not to In terfere in soy manner with Uietr notion A piece of scandal, affoctlng tbe fame of a lady blab ?a rank, baa beeo In ctrculsiion during tbe past row days at was reported oo Saturday, and generally believed, tflat the puke de Caderuaiae-Grammont bed been shot dead Vyilw l Hike de Pereigay, at Pan. The fake was Mid m piw* keen shot to bis bad, of wntoh el the tiros he waesi nged eat ta nave been tbe sole occupant, It being shared WA lady who, ta aaooriisoce wish the "eterusf fltoeaa ai things," if the wera coucht at all, should nave been in fj** *f the other dule. The story was not at first doomed, from tbe simple feci that in the elrclee of the '"a eeoapadse of the faoh.ee with teat terriple young roue, tbe Duke de Drammue^ have beeo lor two or three years past a "i iLsJSf I 0(?am*01' seems, however, that there r^Ln?hw.!!!. '!fVL? pflBC,P41 ttatemeat, which originated from tbt fact of tbe destb of tbe unoie t>f ibe Duke, bear ing the same name. Tbe yottug Duke la aow la Parts, but wtaMr 'Vil'm L wtl*r* h* the and the moraHitmfaJC!of h,B hM,lh ? atop in that direct too hu veeeotiy beeo made in a plane where, of all others, such ? movement wou'd btalesat aottoipatA. The Oommiasary tof Pedes at Badso Baden bse addressed s etronlar ta sack Md every oee of those slsgawt btMexoeedMgly "foet" aod ?Mt tba least bit virtuous young fame las who aanuaUr to that resort of fhlry. I? aod faabioa to aid Foaag aseo with more money than bratna ta dflmodiaa af It. The elrcolar la couched m loaaa tarma:? t22? 10 I find myp*\t aMtr H 2 aeeae which wttji oevtatoiy D/sslf. Assept, Madam. Me. ' The marriage between ||, Crtaoger the booker aod the aogtaeeref the rebel ieaa. kwTOe. /W^ a fmalta a.^u.'^D^ta-h. i_s mSa is wsiz * w^wuww wohdaMd afihiro ware brought Mrs. Uusar Is aaid to hsvs belonged. Am s < , to Ums demeatta rosuof it is sstd Ital aha wiU ba BtiNM os tfes asms day as tor itlo husband sad tbo dsufbtar of lbs rsbsi envoy. Mr. Sbaford, United Ms Ms Minister M Belgium, Is also to espouse s young sod beautiful American lady now M Paris. M is to bo begad thai whoa tbts gentleman sstoro into tbo dosssstto sum bo wilt remain mors per msssstlf at bis pool, sad that bis visits to Paris will bo aettbor as frsqsoot nor as prolonged as tbSf bars boss daring tbo post tbros years. *ev Or. mmdarhutd, tbo now post or of tbo AsmHcm chapel Is Paris, sad l*i? chaplain to Congress, proscbod BiSbrst oorssos bars on Sunday, and promises to bo vary aossptabts sad popular with bis dock. Blsbop Mcllvaloe, .Of Oslo, preaobed on tbo some day at tbo sow Aasortoaa Kptssspsl oburcb, which, wltb Ms bow sad beautiful ?teepie. la new running a strong apposition to tbo ?'Sba pel." Reerotsry Bewsrd ea tbo llsap, aa sruoa om thb dear, bsstobation or tmb ONION AND SLAVSBT. [Prom tbo London Timet, Sept. IT.] ? o e Beery sot sad declt ration of tbo government sinst sow be regarded at am election mmemmre, Whether they waken tbe pulpits of lbs churches or tbo sons of the fori*. Mr. Iioooio Is snder As necessity of doing notblng that might Injure bis obssos of rs election. Bo oouls not bnvo onforood Ma own proclamation, onlllng for a draft of g to hundred thousand man, without otnlM "nto coilieloo wltb Ibnt portion of tbo population which must bars farnlshod It. ? e a atlll better is another discovery, announced bp Mr. 8ewsrd Is what Is evident ly en electloneerly speech. Hs declares tbst so draft will be neoeeeery, "aa tbo armlae ore being recruited so rapidly as required bp volunteering." Tito Uotioo of tbo greet political campaign will jnotify nl mott anything la tbe eyas of Americana. They do not Mk for an explanation of tbe moat incredible state ment, provided It "telle" for tbe object of their party. But Mr. Seward's declaration cannot be reooncliod with tbe maoifeeiatloss of psbllo opinion during tbe weeks that bsvs elapsed alnoe the call for hundred* of thou sands of men, without wbom lb* war oonld not be con tioued. We have heard one unvarying Isle of tbe general reluctance to enlist. Tbe btgbeet bounties offered by the ceotral government, tbe several States, the city cor porations, and private societies, had not InOnenoe enough to draw men Into tbe ranks. The recruiting In Europe, and the attempts to raise more black regiments, confirm tbe reports of the difficulty. We have beard or no revival of euthoetasm to account for the sodden change of reeling that must have taken place If Mr. Seward's statement Is correal. If tbe call for Ive hundred thousand men was not necessary It was Impolitic to make It. It is quite possible that tbe forced levy may still be necessary, but its impolicy has been discovered. Ever sinoe tbe proclamation was issued the government bos endeavored to abate tbe publto appre hensions on tbe subject. It wis lound that the conve nient "credits" of the Mates would reduce tbo total fnroe required to three hundred thousand men. Then these States are said sot to be so much in arrear with thoir quotas ss was supposed. Now tbe draft Is post poned, with an offloial assurance that it wlH not be ueces aryetail. But that three hundred thousand m?n. or any considerable fraction of that number, have volun tarily enlisted since the date of tbe President's proclama tion we c<Anat believe. In the .'Ame speech Mr. Seward aaeerted that tbe salva tion of'tbb Union depeaded on the re Section of Mr. Lin coln. It depeuds a good deal, we think, *,< the will of the ,-oulhern state*, whoever may be President of tbe North. Tbe only possible eud of such sn obstinate con flict eruif b' a eomi>rom**e. In I860, before tbe actual war broke out, Mr. Seward. In answer to the question. "Who can save the Unloof" declared tbe Union ?would be saved by no on* In particular." He probably meant ?hut It wse too firmly established to require individual advocacy or defence. It wse s poUttoal system strong enough to save Itself. Now It depends on tbe destiny of Mr. Lincoln. But as tbe first prediction has been falsified, so may tbe last. Anotllbr declaration made by Mr. Lincoln's Foreign Minister Is mora oredlbie, sod indicates that the extreme ah litioniits of tbe republican party may sow be throws over sod defied4Mr. Seward says:?"Slavery Is no longer sn Issue of the war. and will not be Interfered wltb arter pease Is restored." This reads like an appeal to tbe moderate section who exhibit an inclination to oonlesoe wltb the democrats. But, whatever may be U10 repub lican policy, If tbe oieotfon gives the party another lease ef power, It is satisfactory to find Mr. Seward speaking of tbe restoration of neaee as possible. We should rejoice to see it opeoly avowed as the chief object of both sides in tbe political conflict. The London Times Inciting Mote In N?w York WHAT ITS CORKRSFONUKNT HAYS OF OUR INDUS TMOPH (IITIXS-W. [New York (Pel*. 8) eorresjiondenoe of I-ondon Times ] As it wO':ld have'Bken thirty or forty thousand m*B to preserve tbe peace of New York if tbe adminis tration bad determined to enforce tbe conscription among its bitterly hostile population, It baa been finally decided that New York has dooe so well by volunteering, and hoe, moreover, provided so many sal lore for man ?log the rederal navies, that it would be an act of ex treme. Injustice to so loyal and patriotic a community to drag from Ms home and work a single citizen who did not rare to risk bis li e undor (iraot or rherman. * ? ? Tbere is no disguising tbe fact tnet tbe working oinssee of New York are in se ugly temper, and that If their ill Mood were once excltod to lever beat by political or so cial p?aei*n the worst oxoessen of tbe mobs ef Paris or Vienna would find Ibetr counterpart Here. Tbe crowded oitiee of tba Old World have no nmaoioiy of tbe '?dangerous cusses." Though there is room sod to ?pare la America ror scores of millions ef agriculturists, there are large daises who prerer to congregate in towns, and wbo wHl not mows out of them to better tbetr for tune* by tbe hard labor of subduing IbewUdoroaos. They are e*tlwr hopelemly idle, kepetetiiy diekonett, or incurably vino'.t, sad Now York contains almost as many of them as l/mdon or Paris, sod far mora than any other city is the world, these two excepted. Were tbe tocsin or riot to sound, whether the call to tbe multitude were aggra vated by (he grievance of a eoosaripUon or the constantly augmenting price of tbe necessaries of ufe. it would only need a few resolute or desperate men to t ike tbe leader ?hip pi prove that the New World is ea liable to violent revolution as the Old, end that sltra democracy la as fruitful of mvil e< tr motion as any aristocracy or mon archy that ever existed. MwClwllaia Taken Down by Sherman and OraaS. [New York (ffept. 81 correspondence of London Herald.] Tbere Is no donbt that the friends of General MeOellan, recently nominated for tbe Presidency, regard tbe leto rederal successes as downright disaster* They know that If peaoe end reunion are at all possible they must be obtained under ooodlfons which will nave lbs pride and manhood of tbe Southern people tbst ons republic Is Impossible where one portion of tbo people are kept In snb|eollan by the other portion. Hence the dem> crsts make no secret of their discouragement and dismay at these ohaoc* evidences of vitality tn tbe Union armies. Tito Flatter Hurler. PBANX MrLI.M'a KRUtniON IN LONDON INTRNRB EXCII KMKNI AND (MISAX BCttH TO SOB TUB 1BISON PH?now MM MH)?SD AND 0?NINiCrSD HIM BKI.K AFTKR WIS VnTAOR FROM NSW VORK, KTC. [From tbe 1/ondao Timei, ."apt IP.I On Saturday, being exactly a fortnight after leaving New York on ibe return voyage. Franc Midler arrived in Iocdnn. irsi Liverpool be travelled In ibe onalody of Inspector Tanner wad Sera said CUMte, by en express train, wMcb staited at nine o'olock in tbfl morning end reached the Koiton sqeare terminus at shout e quarter to three tn tbe srtarnoau. In order to avoid public *|cSemeot as ranch ss poesl bto, tbe prisoner bed been removed et belr-pest seven In toe morning from the Liverpool central police station to tbe EdgetatU station of tbe Londim and North western Railway, where be re moaned until tbe express train arrived. There be wee pat toto a eompartisan! of a second Mom carriage, end ascotppanied to tondon by tbe police ofl'cem who bad blm in obargp. there bevmg been e very general Impression thai the prtaoosr weura be brought to London by the mail trwhi from Liverpool on the pervious sight, and would make his appenmnce si Ae Bow street polios court next moraine, a crewd bad assembled tn front of lbs eenrt by tn o'clock, sod when It opeaed people resbed ip until the fltsoe beoome fell, sad the ordinary buatsess was OfM wards conducted before an audience to wbom it had comparatively Utile Interest. 411 tbe assur ances ef tbe police to thesrowd nnta|de that Muller bad not coma and was not ex ported nntll lb* afternoon were dis trusted, and when tbe prison van arrived s great rush wse made towards it, under the imnroaaion that he was among the prisoners. Ideeruiokilrd lo tbfs, people llagsred in the street for Honrs afterwards, end towards tare* In the alternoon, when Muller wee nest ex see ted. the thorough fere was well nigh Impassable from the orawd. Both at lb* Camden etottnn of the Loodtfc end Northwestern Railway end M lb* Button terminus hundreds of people bad assembled Ihng beft*e the train conveying the ?kroner was dae, opinion being divided as to wbieb of tm tyo be would sllgbt st, end IS* roll way suthorltles being, or affecting to be, in eqeel doubt. Tbe uncer tainty, of course, bad A* affect of lessening the pressure et one periiowiar p<Ant which was great enongb ss It wee, end Strong jW"*?llonary measures were taken at both places By the polio* and by tbe of ficials of A* company to rastflteln order, gome hundred* of people bid congregated on the damn en ticket platform, sua a telegram, preceding the arrival ef tbe train, having been resolved tbere Aal MuMbr was In tbe met ooropertment of tba last second cfaes Saratoga, a rush was made towards the lower part ofltie platform aa lbs trek, wbfco ?M a very Ions one, appeared m eight It rear Bed i here about ihFtyffve mtautoe east two. BSd oa Its stopping A* onsrlef* crmtainsng As jhaooer Vsa bo ?toged by to* orowd. Inspector WHMsmsdn tad Sergeant tflrmsi, two detective polinemen from Scotland yard, mi tared tile oarriege, and afterwards, with Inspector Isnfier end Bnreceet Clarke, m whose custody Ae priso ner was, escorted him to hp desttoeSlce. While lbs tickets were Ostof oolfectcd A* most eager curiosity was shown by tba orowd to osteb a (limps* of lb# pi timer, *bo sat between Honor end (larks, wltb bis face to Ae ergtoe, and groat sxeltammt prevailed. UnUI lb* arrival or tbe trmn ttfhre most of As passes gars, It Is said, were in ignorance ef As okoomouao* that Muller was trsveUmf by M, sad It wis sot nntll they ww Ae crowd tbet the met became Shown to Asm. Tbe tickets bavtog beee ooheotod, the Into moved on, many of tba people as It d Id so glvfngveat to their feelings by booting and grqsNtaf. On lt? arrival at tbe Boston sienna tba eloUsmeat was still mora In teooe, If pnaaibto, and As IkarMbw of a Strang body of polios ware teqnlred to keep orthr. The tralb was drawn up se thai ibe carriage containing Mailer waa immediately opposite a sMs oaUat Into BayAaar ?treat Tbere la* Row street police wan stood wlA ltd door towardh Aa platform rasdr to raawra blm, aM Aa mom to l he stepped upon As platrarat, wblob ha dAla a light, jauhiy meaner, be was assailed wMl groans. Tbo omcsrs, Tenser end Clerk*, having aach bold of an arm of tbe prisoner, harried him serosa A* platform, and amid a seen* of tamuM entered As prl?? ran, wbWb waa then drlvtn off amid many ?saaireotattona of popular indignation. Oh waa drives br way of Hamas lead rand, Tottenham ooert mad and It. Gllea* to Bow atraot. There the asm* intense ournaelty wan tbnara to aaaeh a glimpse of him by the people oaaaosbldd IS the street, flfl the von passed aieag Bew street M was g srded by eon otabiea en fhat and toilewad Mr an aaaitod ash. Tba as* M at tag id to fret et An gMto Button n fearfal tort* ft OMTft bo, tothe baud. of ihe superintendent. He did sot seem in the teftfti diacoooerted by tbe heotmg with which he wm aaeftlked by the mob, mi^to them h? appaarisos wee evidently disappointing. HU, P*le. short, with light MUf be*. and anything but attractive features, trail to Otto, shabby ofothm, and waring ft bettered while etraw bat, be had a Tar ordinary appear ?ace. This optnloo wm freely ezpreaeed among I be crowd, and asulwortb oosteraoager declared, with oft nituBTt vthwuaoM, (bit 4*be oould light lit on 6tn M oDoe." Otbere declared their belief the* be oould not bare done the deed without aalatanoe. In the Inspector's room, where Mr. Weat wm to at tendance to rooeire him, Muller wm pUoed within toe dock. Inspector* Tanner and Williamson standing bp bw side, ad bta solicitor. Mr. T. Board, befog also preaeat. Ha gars hie name m uf raos Muller," end his sddresiM ?'lfl Psrh terrace, Old Ford road, Victoria Park," th# reeldenoe of Mr Biyihe, at which be wm lodging before hie departure Mr America. It la uaual le describeitbe property found upon a prieonea, and under (bis beadItog the owir worde enured upon the ebeet were "a bat and a watob" Wbea Mr. Dork in read the otaarge over to him bta heed drooped a Utile, end there wm m appear ance of ezheaettan about him M be wm being canduoted from I be tnepec tor's room, bat en getting tbeyard out ?tde I be brightened ap again, and walked rapidly to hie cell. Mr. Beerd, who oddly enough wm WmaeM assailed la a rail we/ carriage shortly after the murder ef Mr. Brlgga, wm etiowed to bare an Interrlew wUh the prisoner la the ooil, aooompeniod by Dr. Jech. a Barman, who le oaaaeeted with the German Laps' Bbototy, wWM hM undertaken the defence of Muller. The Interview occupied more than an hour, and wm of oouree strtotly private, although Retmara, a oonataMe of the A divtoton, who le eogualnted with the German language, wm aiao preaeat as the tutarpretar for the Orowo. The crowd in front of the oourt remained all this time, ooavhioed that , Muller would be brought before the magistrate, IT only to be formally remanded. The crowd wm not even dis persed by the petting rain. As Inspector Tenner toft the station be wm Aeered lustily. Then a call was raised for tbe cabman Matthews, but he did not preaeat himself, beving gone home with tbe other w Ansae si on leaving the Huston station. Eventually, the oourt being closed et live o owofc, ana the reappearance of Muller being now regarded M im possible, tbe crowd quietly dispersed. ? _ _ It to thought that after the examindMon of Muller to day the case will be remanded for a week, altboegh, all tbe evidence being at hand, there is really no reaeuet for deferring tbe committal of the aooueed, and thus invit ing a repetition of the exciting see nee of Saturday, it being understood that tbe defence will be reserved fur ^Muller slept for several hours after Mr. Beard left him on Saturday He remained very quiet In his oell through out Sunday, eating, drinking and sleeping well, and read iDg at intervals: but never caring apparently to talk. A great crowd is exported to assomble in Bow street this moruiug, irom Mm fact thai a good view may be expected to be obtained of tbe oulpril, in oonaequeoce of hie having to wala across Bow street from the lockup de partment on one side of the street to tbe magistrate s eourt, immediately oj>p?siie, and in consequence of this tbe way oa each side will be lined by a strong body of tbe police. According to present arrangements the examination is intended to take ptace fit eleven o'clock, and tt is rumored that, owing to the very limited accom modation furnished by the court In Bow street, eome more commodious piece for the iuveetigatton will possi bly be selected. Tiis sai.r aocL'SXD sooawv.ica fan aotob| imcbxkmd. At Worehlp street Police Court on Saturday George Augustus King, describing himself m e publisher at Wick lane, Bow, was brought up lor Ooai eaemiuetton, obargod on bis own confession with heiog concerned with J ran* Mailer In the murder of Mr. Brtggs. Mr. Abbott appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Venn for the defence. Mr. Abbott said that Mr. Ellison at the former exami nation had adjourned the case for more sattofectory evi dence than had been before adduced. TWrelrere war consequently several witnesses in aMendanoe, of whom one wm a Mr. Lee. who wm personally acquainted with the dooeaaed, and had seen another person with him la tbe oarnege just before be must have lost hie life. A detective irons Scot hod yard wm to-o there, and as tbe offioer wm in possession of e totter written by Ihe prisoner to Mr. Brtggs' eon within seven days afuw Mr. Brings* death, ho thought that tottar should be produoed. Mr Venn bed no objection to that or any other letter being read. Ills client bad made (Ma very foolish, and to him, m it turned out, very unptoeeant allegation against himself while hi a state of mtoxtoetion, or he would certainly not have dene so, and aefrttroog e proof or that m oould be adduced wm comprised in the (aot that he wm charged at the time on tbe police ebcdt with being also drunk and Incapable of taking oare of bMnseir. Sergeant Beerd, detective from Sootlandfyaril, sold he should now produce the ticket colector at the Keechuroh street station, where tbe deceased got into the train. Mr Lee the geotlemM who saw him aftfrrwerdi while in the I rat's et Bow; sad else the ticket ooileoter of the Hackney wick station, where the prisoner got out of the Iraki that night, as he stated to Mr. Buckley, to whom be made hie erigiual statement. These, he said, would comprise al the persons dewn the Hoe wboeo evidence would material ly ailcct tbe |?Uhmer. _ , Thomas k tnhbouroe, ticket ectlector at Ihe Hackwtll Railway terminus, stated that he knew the deceased, and recollected seelug ham on the night of Ate alleged murder about a quarter to ten. He did net see him actually get loto the train, at he was not on the ptalform at the time, bat be saw him at the betlum of the stairs leading h> tlie North London Railway side. Supposing bim to have gone by tbe next train, he would have reached the Hack ney station. ?? well as'he could Judga, hi about ten or ?f Ins" ector Honey. in answer to Mr. Cooke, said the-first persons who raw the body of the doceaaed while lying on tbe line were the men employed oo another train, which passed It. end the first person who came up to M on foot wee the fireman of tbe engine. Mr. Henry I*e, reeidtog In Kiog Edward ? road. Hack aey. stated that he itaew the late Mr. Brlgga, and on tbe nisbt of the alleged murder esw him al trie Bow station. Nn wm in a first class carriage oe the railway, and two other [.arsons were in the carriage with htm. He saw their faces, and thought he should know them again if he saw them. One of them ki particular,be was confi dent he would. Both the magistrate end Mr. SafTord, tbe clerk, cloeely queettoeed the witness an to the pri soner being one of these men, but be said ba was aot so, and ba bad no dosht whatever oa the subject. William Townshend, ttoket eollector al tbe Hacisaey wick atatloa, deoosed to seeing the body after tt was dis covered a pun tbe line end utw to the Mltford Castle Ta vern, which was about five mtautee' walk from the sear ass railway etatton. The time when be sew the deceased was twenty miuutes after ten, and the train I rum leu church street would lake about a quarter of so fRair to reach there. He saw the prisoner at the Mltford CaaCle, where bs seemed to be mekmg t.mweir generally useful, but be did not see ban on tne ptatiorm ibeteveotog et tbe time the outcry was raised about the body being dis covered and be could positively say that the iwtsooer did not come to that statiou that night by any train *lMr. Raflbrd then read the followlr g letter, to which Sergeant Beard afterwards added that Mr. Brlgge, Jr , bad had many similar applications, and that be answered the prisoner's request with a moderate amount of reward for his alleged services ? Cosi RO CovTAoa, Oi o Foao, Bow, Julr 15. ISfiA Dam Sir ?I'ar,loo m? for taltioc the llberiy of addressing von lu ihe hour of deer affliction, but I Sincerely bop- thai lied will give v.iu and your laauly power to bear u with i hrtsiian fortitade turn these Uorrihle wretches are caoaht. our law* are tao raervful to mr?l the real Justice or the case. I was the first, with the eioeptioo os tbe rallwav men, te see your dear iwoeuieo father on the line. I as aisted in carrying him, and. In doing no. waanearfv run oter hy a train . snothev second, and it must hava passed ?ver me. Toe aho k to say srst.-in M ?e, lag jour dear father and being nearly run WW my.eu has ^ayetAsd me frem doing three or four days' work. I assisted in wading spoil your father up 10 tlx last moment, carrying ool tha Doctor'a Instructions, sad, as I am very poor, If yoo could spare a til lie you would coufar a great lav o>_ on j oj rjiv 'st obedient sarvant, OBORQB KJNO T Bhiiwi. 1?|. Mr. Hooka asked of whet trade or hesineas tbe prls oner was. Mr. Vaon said the faot was that hie cltsnt was an actor lnspeotor Honey alio said N botleved the prisoner b .1 formerly been upwn tbo stage, to tha elation house he said be wm a publisher, but be wee, In fact, e bookseller at a few mtnntcs' walk from the ptece where tha ?T#ur. rencc P-ok piece, though he was now aopperted, he be lievsd. by his lather Tbe prisoner made no remark, and Mr Cooke told bun that a!tor being charged, upoo hie own ? oieMioo, with being Impflceted In this alleged murder, tbe deience which bad been net up bf bim was that he wm under the Intlueoee of drink when he made tbe statement, for which it was then smarted that there were no grounds whatever. He wm remanded to see which ef bit etaiemenle was correot end for other matters which reqaired further elucidation;and It now seemed tbet though It wee clear that be was really et the Mltfard CMtle after the body wm discovered, sod bad assisted In carrying it Into the house, there was in abaence of all pro<rf of anything far ther. and that, taking away bin own confession sgslost himself, there was no evidence whatever against bim. Ihongh be should now, therefore, dtecharge him, he would tell bim sod other persons wbo whether from e morbid dMlre of notoriety, or from being to a state oi d isgreceful drunkenness, might man such serious charges against ihemMlvse as this, tbJk they juetiy deserved to suffer whet he himself bid suffered, and that they bed no rtoht to complain if they were detained, as he im.i be?, ror a considerable time fh e Jell He wn now d iecherg. d. but bo warned bim to be very oareful for the future as lo what he might My about either btmaeif or others, whe ther In momonte of draokenneM or from theelky fee iug he bed meatloned. Tha Prlne Rtfrgf. JOB OOKmB'B TBAllHJf# HVIBHED rOM HIB HOHT WIT* MACfr?TOM klWfr CWAJMBB Hli M1BD ARB RBFtrBBB BIS MOMBT TO MACg, BTIL [from tbe Limerick (Irelandi ItopoP*.8?jpA 1?-) Joseph Oohurn, tbe Irteh-Amerlcen pan led hy bis iraieere.Jamee Oeeeck and JotejMkB^ vtailed CberlevlBe oe kondey hat. being e ?eventeen mllee ftom Balllngoole, wber? frf and WM graedad most repturoeely by Hi* Pnerlevllto, who, one and all, wlabed bim Boocess In Vh* coming streggto. Cooatdenng tha etrto* fralaiog gene through, Joe looks admfrably Wall, nodtbe Immeoee msec lee of tbe man are now te ba seen. Nlng now re du^kl to hie UghMM weight of suooeet, though way admit HjelU !?? J5f? 1"4 over within en hour, en bath be and lace art t*o of tha beat setonoa men to be roand. 1K. It la staled thai fern Klag wm rtruck with tho ?etanaa displayed by Cohort BBBrrlagwhtoh Si.r trtrjzs 2 at tha bat Us tnoney?a reel wbtob has run up Cohort tbe gtahtaat. Irtohmaa.too.faal an tefaraR In Bothiag htoe than an lataraMlnnai fight, ho iMM*? may ba WTlttan to tha oaatrary, nod aa euoh 0?H?? ??" tsumw's wwjsiae ".33 s to a prtfmalenal whe rightly oademfanda bia l umaim. Chd whe MAetog all te towrea vletory. . w ?mmVSr H-oS,w? ? 8 TwSTiCsra..?e-? that to ?tlK POluM At, to fifM la. I traot M< mm'wHI MtMd u>. ?!<? ItlAt Uo will follow SOUlS Otltor calling. ki fatino w lokM?wniw ib fATOi or MACB?WBIOHT Of ?*? *?*? _ lLoodou (:Jept 18? correepoodeooo tff the Dublin now mu'ilNiwll hM??s Tbe fortbeomtag greet tuieraaiioael bottle w?wwo Mac* sod < oburu, tba Anglo Amortoso poffW, is no ginning to exclto almost as ?sob Isffsst !? ^ world m feat botweea Tom Ssjsrs and Hassan, or im mora rsosnt combat between tbo lattor and b? H"* Cetera is, you know, deeceuded #C IrUb paraMS, wno, many years since, emigrated to America. Halo reprw son tod as bar mgl bo groat hitting power or Haonaa, om with greater solidity and moro judgmont. Hta opponent, who Is the moat accomplished living athletic, sow that Tom Beyers baa retired into private Itto (to n? bouse), defeated King, who, in bio turn, boat Haanan. ha la, bo waver, much lighter than Coburn, being under twelve atone (eleven atone trn pounds); but to compensate tor weight be boa amazing muscular devetopmeat, ana a knack of ??getting away," aa it la tamed, from an ad ry, wbicb, la many instances, baa dona mm good Tba oaateat Is died for tba Brat weak la Octobar; bat tba rumor that U may possibly coma off la Ireland is, I believe, without foundation. Coburn has sot yet arrivaa. bet bis money (live hundred pounds) wNI aUbaetaaea bv tbe27th Inst.,alter which the Baal preparations for the ooateat will be made. , ? Keen time tbe betting is deoidedly In tovofeorHbca, whose perform an oee In the ring are aaatters of Watory, while thirst ' Ooburu can oaly be gathered from report. hu baokera bars, bowaver, state that be la a Mien die imiow, and In every way worthy of the conidenee which Urn admirers have placed In bim. He ta expected ts ar rive In tbe courts of the ensuing week. military Affalra. agTBHTIBM BUNDRBD TSOOPB OOHB TO THB FBONT. No lees than seventeen hundred troops left thla elty on Sunday last to reinforce our armies at the front. Of tbe entire number thirteen hundred were New York State troops, two hundred were new recruits, aad tba remain ing two hundred were convalescents. Brooklyat City News. TOT BOOT or A 11URDBRBD HAN PODBD IB TBI BIVBR?THi BKIf AIMS D13MBMBBRBD AND TIED DP IN A BUNDLE, BIO. Tba trunk of a man, who bad doubtlestbaen murderad, waa picked up at the foot of tittle street, Brooklyn, yesterday morning. A boatman, while engaged in pick ing up drift wood saw an object floating on the .inside of tbe dock, and euppoetug It to be clothing, or admethlng else of value, picked It up, and on opening It discovered the contacts to be the dissevered and mutilated body of a human being. The remains were oemvoyed to tlio Forty-second procioct station house, where an ex amination was made by Coroner Norrls. The lower limbs and pelv.s had been cut off. Tbewarecut off ni tbe shou'dcrs, and the head severed at abaut the second or third cervical vertebra. The bodf k evidently that id a young man, who was dressed iB the preva g fashionable style It had, from appearances, bwsjin the water hut a few houre, and had not been dead over' or ten hours. Around the body werew rapped bmwsI Bbeeta of brown paper, tied with a cord known aa bous leo." A white muslin shirt, with a small, n*"?* bosom, a white flannel under ehtrt, a Reotionof cob* and vast of gray mixed material, and a ?lt P y hat, trimmed with black tape, were also fou? to the bundle. The coat was cut fro? l^f collar, down the body In a Jagged mmtuer, Md fee arm sleeve was cut out, evidentif with J*1? *r?? tbe entire mass waa wrapped in two black 1 i?.5 clothe such ue are used for kitchen tabtorovurtng. A piece of iron bad been placed with th? ^.^^tlesa to sadist In sausing It to sink. Boracentlyhad thera mains been thrown lato the water that part ofthvototh. log was yet dry. There can scarcely be a doubt that the man waa murdered on land, and then, to avoldtdentl aatian, was cut up aad thrown into the river. Tbejlml>? have not yet bean found. Tbe body waa, by the Coronar, conveyed to the deadboujie, where It will remain a short tftne with a view to Its 'dmtlflcatloo. An ewaminaUoo into the matter will be connnenced to-day, with the hope that something may transpire to throw some light on the subject. The Turf. FASHION pOCRSB. L- I-?TBOTTINO. Batcrdat, Oct. 1.?Purse $100, with a stake of $20 aaob, mile beate, bast three in flvo, in harness. H. Woodruff entered a. g. Whet la It? 2 1 1 8 1 T. Cragan entered s. g. Shot...?> | * | J. Lovatt entered cb. m. Lady Winthrop.. .3 2 2 Tl me, 2 39 X?2:35X ?2:3d?2 ffT f? ??J? Tba above waa a very exciting race throughout. Jobn Crooks handled What la It* the flrat heat, Hiram not reaching Ibe courae iu time to commence the race; but be then look the gelding in charge and won. Sans Dat.?Match $1,000, mile heats, In harness J. I.ovutt named or c. by HambleIonian, 3 years old. 1 C. 13urr named ch. c by Jupiter, 3 years old dla. Time '1 5". The above trot waa between the brothers of Brunette and Laky Kinma and the get of the two nin?t fatuous stAlltnoe in the country, vi/.: Uainbleion.an and Jupiter. The tune made bv the winning youngsier l? without a parallel in trotting anna!*. Tbey are both anperb colte, aad, barring acotdents, w;ll make their mai k at s'.orw 'u lure (>av on tUo ttxrf. . The trot announced to come ell yesterday at tbe Fashion Courae did nut take place. Neither of the hoisea t named in the match made their appearance at the ap pointed time, and those who were out to wilnaaa the snort had to return home disappointed. ^ . ^ . To-day Stonewall Jackann, of Hartford. Hbark and Shot ara entered for a purse and auke nt two mils boat*, and a race well wortn witnessing will be aure to take place. Tka Reported Enlistment of Polos tor lk? ltebi-1 Confederacy. TO THE BDfTOB OF THB H1HALD. Naw York, Sept. ?0, 1M4. In your yaaterday's tseue, in an extract from tba Charleston Courier of Sept.13, undar tbe title, "Intendtd Enlistment of Vole* for tbe Rebels," we learn that some arrangements have been entered into between "a oom mlasiooer of a certain European population with tbe Confederate government." By these negotiations the service of some thirty thousand soldiers iff approved valor and of a race famous (or Ita military endurance, ha? heen secured for the above mentioned government So far tbe name of Poles baa not yet been mentioned; bat tbe last ?enteuce. *t?ting, "of a race lb*t, ceoturiae aa<>, smote the Sarasenic [tower in Europe, and drove lies die tide of Turkish aggression npon Constantino ph? ' i annot be mistaken. Now. Mr. tdltor t ta our duty to state thst till now wo have uo knowledge of such whoW sale mercenary arrangement going on in Europe among our uDfbrtanate country men, who, having nobly tought for the liberty and independence of our m?r tyred Pplaud," have been exiled to foreign countries, and are now. with dignity, trying to tlud ?"VP"^ ?I1<| meant n dtnbrout occupations. MoreoTtr.wekim wthat the rmnnanta of our national myaterioea government Md Us agents abroad, aa wail %s our organ here (f'tliH > filiki), have taken nectsaary atepa to preyont env such scbomas of s|>e< uiatoia on human flesh, and we b ve ho;-e that our countrymen, who bare so nobly upheld toe flag of liberty during our last campalgo, and thus gained the -ympslhy and admirtllon of the world, u-BI a.so show theiii-elvaa consistent in misfortune, and w ll nut ailvw tbair.selyes to be taken iosuch tra!'* From our early days of chilJho.d we were taught to respect and cherish thia only great republic, for whose Indeiwoden. e our noble Koaciusko fought and our Pulaaki laid down hla life Onr eye* and our hearts wera alwavs turc6d tbli rofuj? Of OflpfWiWft and the neraocuied of all countries but al*a_ the jialnful events of last year, in which even no word of sympa thy a odd be lound for our bleeding coaniry, when ap peal* of espstriaied I'oles huve met almst ayery where, wiib a rrbuke when our oppreasors, the murderers of de lenueleas old man. wotne* and children hare been made liene*. when tbe hospitality and protectMu hove l>een reiuaed eveuAo lb o who enlisted la your armies In order to drfliid Uir goverumeut tboy belfeve t to be HSaudlng on the broad U Si* o: liberty and jiislica Mr, In s ahi of such facia, wt.ar* ts that soul that would not bo shaken* Where is that m >n who would venture to expose his aafi ty In coming to this one? rroteckve "poles love liberty, and have fought for It on the barri cade* of Taris, Rome, Rer in and Vienna; but In the con d11ion in which they are placed to day, above all, they nia*l tlud protectK'n sgainat their oppressor. We hope that the present admmiMration wMI change tbe tade of immigration, and thus prove tbe rg)<Scrags of Confederate* v*in, ill offering hospitality and pToleclton U, our brother.. Moat reapacUuMj. ( 1aW0RI>w3KI A Canada Hw-sx BXCITRMKNT AM"SO THB b'lAPT RUNAWAYS, OB 8FKTERS, ETC.?BXVDBRB9, KXILBS, ETC., TO BS ?KBOLUtD IN TBR BBITISH ""TlUf. I From tbe I wtrolt Tribune. Oct. l.j The British military authorities have issued an order reonirtOB all able bodied man tu Canada, fit for duty, to enrol themselves tor military duty. A sergeant baa been entrusted wttta tbe duty of posting Una order throughout Canada, and on Thursday evening and Briday waa busy in naatmi up ine bills in Windsor. Ha will oootinue dowVw far as Amheratburg, taking saodwich in his coaraa, and will also sea tbat Ibe order li posted in tba various vNiagee along tba Lskeehora. Tba sight of tba order at Windsor and Sandwich has naturally created great excitement among tba draft rons ways, doner tors, refugees, Aa, who are apparently at a loss tow to proceed. Many (mostly Southerners) are making preparation! to comply with IU provlaWna, and others Bra returning borne Tba day axpoaa on the Treat Western Railway, It is eelljaaied. took ovar one hundred men this morning to Glftoo, who want thwe to report. Tbe order is Imperative, and rwjufraa imme diate attsntloa Below we give a oopy of It *, f BaaOcCARTnsa, Qcrrbs, SepL ?l, , Belles 'a hereby given to all paraooi iroitf the fedmwl Mates of Aaaiiea who kava taken refuge In LaijAda afeaaa the let at August. 19B4, H<1 are fit fee tne PffffP"!*? military dulfrt? W"r? Imtnadlstely to Captain K ItaafeegO ??j^SCC'.KSS?Ssis **? atak ef tibte order wiu ha eabJiM to rammavy arrest, gI me Sam proteeue* By erSerT The above might lead tc tbo ?uppoaf?oi^Uist_ 4MB govern meet woo p paring for war, hot wo efo IlaMF Informed ttat H 1 <niy tho toto^oo torolM torn regimes to of cnsadla. militia to oBost the many military pore atoag the frtottty, affB, has ptoparljr diiUdl.tBev W' $? seat to ethav wok^ *?firaliwbly to the &tat ladles. Whea wyrememhfr ?i lea Rrltiah gnverom ? " oeoUy laooM an ardor ithdnnrtsg ail Its rer * troepe from.ymda, IIj<? at provtaoo to rati u|?w. ito ?v? lohahMaato icr nro. ctb>o. Is oonaodieoee. nay have lewamartty Ml? May have ahOfWsrder "m triagtaea tffotf kails fob man. The Cunard steamship Piim, <kfMl Ltd, *N Ihave thffl port os Wedneodsy foe U i arysat. TUo insula tot Europe will close at beif pad* Mf? o'ol vcfc to-tuorrow moraiog Thn.Niw Yiuut flnixo?Ed.tloa tor Europe?will fed ready at half part sis o'clock la lb* moroiog, and will coo tain ft ill particular*, from our Special War Oorroa I'Oodeota, vV tbo Important and highly tueceaaful mo to monU of nontenant uouoral Qranl* army toward* I bo Rebel Capital, witb detail* of tbo Battle* Fought and Via lor loo Obtained, accompanied with an |oxootloat Map, showing tbo whole Field of Grant'*, Sboridan'a, Meads'* and Butler'a Opetakoaa; tbo latoat accounts of General Sboridan'a PorauK of tbo Robot Early'o forces In tbo Sheoaadoab Valley> and of bin prneont ponttion; Tbo lataet doopntobe* (Mm Geo oral Sberman ? Army at Atlanta, Gn., and from tbo Union Foroe* m different parte of tbo ooontrr; Record of tbo Movetnaota of tbo PeJtlt oiana; Tbo Intoat Now* from nil porta of tbo Conttneot, and account* of all Important oronta of tbo weak. 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The blghett rate* paid for Dtftbloona and all kmdi of Gold and Silver. TAYLOR A CO . Banker*, 16 Wall at. An Admirable Conandrum.-Th* De mon that tempt* eountorfaltera to simulate PHALON'S NIUHT BLOOMING cKRRlTS le probably the "Bottle Imp" On thing U certain: the spurious article lee device or Old Nlek alaal end very different from the eeleetinl per fume at lb* St. Nicholas, whlctUt ia Intended to represent. Any Person Stopping at 170 Chntbam * iiiare Initantlv relieved from Headache, Toothache or Neu rit ik fiue Brail* Prove It. Use WOLCOTT'8 Instant Pain Annih'lator. Cure* Catarrh. Hold everywhere A Suro Care?Rene's African Fewer and A?iie Cure. It uever fall*. Depot 30 Liberty street, up stairs. At Old Prirri..W?ddlng Card* and Note Pnper*. )? VBRORI.trs elegant stylos only at 392 Broad Way, corner Duane street llntrlielor's Hnlr Dyr? site Best In the world Harmless reliable, instantaneous The only perfect die. Hoi 1 by ell druggist*. Feoiory dl Narelar street. linrnelt'i Florlniet Is an Btqmlett* haiidktrc'niel perfume. HKLMBOLD, 594 Broadway. ('sriisges at Bargnlns.?On Wednes day, Oct. hand thi'ieartsr, at the Palace (lardsn. Fourteenth icrcet nor Slslh avenue '.v'll h* on exhibition and offered lor sale, vsot-i Brother*' Im Bitwise stock of earriagoe. cm bracing the 1 vweei and moat 11 liionahle style* In tlsa, from the fluent Coach. through all the varieties of Park Cdrrtkce, to the lightest Ti'oiiiug Wagon. That portion of the stock d.imafied si the la'e Pre will be sold at greallv redone,1 pricex, and IMtrtew stock propsrlioiiately re,1,(tad to the gol.l siandar,). Their irtupoiarv war-TOwnl are centrally luralod, and well wortii a vtatt from ilie carriage bU' log community. Fsmp Knives.? Trade Only Snpplted at manufacturers' pr.or* by j E. HALARY a CO.. 8# Heekman street. Campaign Badges, llnlal* and Pins, for McCleliatt or Lincoln. The trade supplied cheep. 41. W. THORN R. Manufacturer. 60 Nassau at.. N. V. Core Your tnuglt* WITH UREENFIKf.t?'8 COOOM CAHQg. DEPOT 63 BARCLAY RTRKBT. Ddafneaa, Impaired BlRRt, OBSTRUCTIONS cS^THR^E^ST^B ma \T THE RtfsiAtyHfAM VOBB OTTRF.D. BY DR. VON El&RNBBEG, at his coosutlDg rooms. 816 Breed way, near Twelfth Mrs# t Dr. Bchnnnh, of Philadelphia, will b* at bl? rooms. 32 Bond Mreei New York, every Toesday, from 9 A. M until 3 P. M.. to etamine the lung* of eon sum-,tires wWh his reapironieter. for which ho ehncgoe three dollars: but ail advice free. 8obefick'? Pulmonis Syrup. Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills will cure 00a ?umptioo. and frequently in.it* advanced stages: bat It Is always beet to not put It off foo Late He always baa a fresh supply of medicines at bis reonfk. which enn be bad at all times. Earring* and Plaha?New Btylea Jmt received'?Three. Five #even, Ten. Twelve, Fifteen. Twenty to Seventv-dve Ilellaran net. for .vale by Geo. C. ALLhN. 415 Broadway, one doer below Canal street. For the Hair and Shin?Barry's Trl eopberous. The best sad cheapest article Hold by drag gihts. For Pain In tha Breast mr Hide, Weak or I erne Back, Rheumatlero, Ac , do not delay in applying en'of RNAPP'S Indian HlieogtbeolDg Plasters. Sold by druggists every a bare.': Oenln, Hatter and Farrier, $13 Broad way. Fall style* at redocei^wieas. Gratis?Kinmlnatlon off tha Throat and Lungs. Special treatment aa usual by B. SBUNITZ, M. D., 83* Bruwlway, corner of rbirteentb suset. IIIgheat Premium Lock Stitch Sewing M AC11INBH. WUERL1K A WILHON, No. 628 Broadway. If Yen Want to Know. ?k?Read MEDICAL COMMON 9F.N9B. A rurlou* book fercurloo* pseple. sad* good book for every ene. Price $1 M. To be had at all ussi depita. Gontenle table* mailed Ne*. Address Ur. E. B FOOTR. 1JM Broadway, N. V. Leitlrs' and Mlasea' Parle Manufac tured and Trimmed Hats?It/latest and most elegant lm Sj-tat'on ef ?h? shove goods **i lauded from the steamer ervis, and now readyTor inepeoC io. ?Mi Can* street. T1IOMA8 BBTNOLD8. Legal Uo? omenta In Spanish-For 1 Cnbn,T*erto Rico, Aouth America and Snn/R. enrefuriy prc Rred ly H. CAMACHO. 26>, Broalway. Trsnelatiens >m the Rpenieb trench end CngHxh languages. Refer, eoves? Mauland, Phelps A Co. National Colored Atbheei, for Cam paign Beiges, of all kinds, can be balof the manufactur ers, No 82 Walker street. Premature Decay of Fhyileal Powers, arising from si,uses sod excesses? new and reliable treat ment? In reports of the Howard Association?seat free of r targe, in seele I teller rave'qidS' Address Dr J. Hki'lln Hutigbura. Howard Assoeta-.ioif No. 1 Booth B.aih atreet, Philadelphia, f?i Sleeve Bnttoiu ? Yew Styles.? Tw#, Three, your. Five, 8ev?L Right, to Twenty 6ve Do'lar* a set For sole by CEORtlE C, At.LIN 115 Broadway, on* door below Canal street. Throat AToetlama ?A Physician Writ ing frern Nswfsne, New Yerkf tpeeklagef the beaeAetsl effect* resulting from the n^p of "BBQWN1# BRONCHIAL TROCIIE$i" wye.?"Far ffi qvtailug that berrld lrriution only lell by those wbe barn suffered fiom any bronchial sanction, sal for h areeness and $$* threat toe, I em free to ooafeta (tbougb I am an M. D ) they aoiwer ell yeu claim for them '1 Trasses, dke.?"White's I* ate at Lever Trnea" 1* the beat in the wodiL No pressure ea the beck or eord. Psmptilete frw , ^ aadawMd^TartFgMMB^NPPmi MARRIAOEt AND DEATHS. Flarrlod. Rixovetr?Beooa* ?On Wedoeddey September 14, by tbe Rev Dr. Pelta, Abeam BusOrmd, of Tappaa, N. J , to Mabt A., daughter of Va. Brfeoha, ttaiu of New York city. orange and Roehtaoff eeaaty paftaa please copy. Baowr?ftasm*?Oa FrMOf, Sept?mher 9, by Ike Bev. R. lowery, Mr. Jame$ BaorrB to Mha Kate BaAirm, feolH ef ibis a!if. , Bbowbo?ConfcOOB ?la tbh City, m Saaday. Septa bev a$, fey the Rev. Joha A. Roeh, Waaaaa R. Bouwn Vim QgAouma T. Ccrnoea, all of tfeh city. Hfeowaa?irnn ?O* mtardey, October 1, fey toe R*y. J. T. Baraee, (taARiae Baewwa, ef thta ouy. to Saoam 8mttrb, ef 0Mth Breoklya. Oeaooaa?Pauod. ?la thh city, aa Sasdey, Raptember t$, fev the Rev. Joea A. Roeh. ftrwwan O. Oooauea, t? VIM Dot IgmmA PmAoa, all of Maw Tark. _ 0?MS ?0##i$,?-da Sreeklya, N. T,,6R ***** ?W^S-V' "LWKi'US Cr*l?. dtra.d, county A u trim B^Ut-MOOna-On WedMadsr. 14 * Brw>klwn *T?,U**. Mr. *'??>!? W. Do TVxj Ot flkooblyii, to M ins i i?UM Moon#, tb? 0lt, * MsAHsgm??<m bumhy. ?otot^r * al to. Marten charcb, Waat dlxteeutb street hi ? ?#v r. Mmard. Mr ?mar i|M,? J, mL'2T Fwnur, or lata city 10 " " *?*? Uaiirarata papers pi ease copy, . - Ot?4. ,,Drooklyn, on Sunday morning, 'icuber ?rm?o^ae4^ dajrr*' "" * C?or*? 404 ?**?*? U The body wan deposited in Gr sec wood Cemetery AriinoH?At Oobb'a tarry, oo duodsr nn.ru 104, Oeta M.i if , "Hmmut Arnmt>- second so.. of Utoiei flL ?,? W' APP,^??. ?fad 2 rwi and a q?fi. lovuadfrJ*C'ta * ??"? w? '?PacIf.illy rt the funeral, this (Tuasday) afternoon, aa Jr? ni: ^ r"e'<leeoe of bis fatiiar, at DobWa sieves in ih? TUI l?*,r* Oh?kern ntreei at half peat PMrtTJahi th?^?^?' r*,,r"'5 ?? M?y three minute* . c*n??" ?rilt be to siu.m Haari*!* ?. ?2?TV lU* r"??> da t" M>e Ioun. day ""rltmhir ??' ?blr' N*w ar?1,*wt?ki ?? Wedonk rn*?? aUar ? toorl iilaaaa, rwA?..? * yaE*iU,.^!&.'U* Lt' JoUa8 Berllett, a**, 4? ^m^rematoa b.va been deputed la tha family mdl to Booaa ?At dhangbae on Sanday, Jalr IT Un "? ? J: *???. D a, Rild^t'&JSjLrSff oITrl^J^fn^s' 0*' J*?- 53 '??" and 17 dtps. Cbarlaatooand Savannah papara please rnpy Baoww.? On Monday, Oatobar 3, Eixim Buown lTdaya M4 M"y Br#w0' *<?< 3 yearn, 1 monto Tha frlands and acquaintances are reepectfulfe in rlh* run?r4j. (Tuesday) afternoon? at tw? ^olocfc^ from iba realdenca of bar parents, to Mew 82 yaara"??* Sull4*p' October William Bum, eg ad "<1 "?naa of bla too, J. C. Rottra, Mgethar wmd thl fun^i"^ lBii' iff M*P*f??y invited t. at land lAofunorel, from bla lata raaidenoa, No 48 Frankito ???' ,h,i (T_ae^*T) ? ftern00a, at aaa o'clock cmur.?Oa Sunday, October 3, of dlptberia f>a_ youDKeet daughter of John and Catharine Carman aaid 1 years, 1 month and 16 days. ' Vd frienda of tha family are raapectftdly naT^u% ff^ funeral, from the roaidoncanf her tTrn ^'iilL ^C, ?Lr**t' Hroo|tlyn, tbu (lneeday) of Greenwonl (or lntermeot W1" ?? ? a"~"4 The funeral will uka place Irom hla late rcat i^eoa corner Vartck and Watta.treats, tnla (l"a.ls? noou, at one o'clock Hi. fn*,.,, a?V respectfully tnyited to attnnd Mood"y. October 3, OtNisr. UuK?T oa tire1 of Malroon, county or cork, aged <w rotrs .t^r^:,Tre"nd.fr,#"dJ * fcmlir '.re inrltad m Atl6n 1 thi fuuflral, 011 WodnoidnT aftAmnnn n? ??? O'dloclc, from 124 Stint.-, Street r ?UD. al iwt J^^'~:^Auai*D<""tn' ^ttllhler of Kobert sad Sarah Iionald, ago<l 2 yoais, 8 months and 2T da#s .. J?* "me!?* aud rr'*uda ?f the family onl aho of bar \i?? I' Wll"am aud ,Ieory Donald, :ind .loneptl ? JrftJS r^1"1 10 attend ,h# f??eral. from the reri.lonca her poroute, Qnlncy street, between lledford I f ywtuea, Brooklyn, this (Tuesday, arte* wood lW00^'Clock. Tha remains will be taken to Cream GoKMtn ?On Monday, October 3, of consumption .laam Gohua.v, aged 28 years and 8 months. ' ? *od f'1*""!1*. ??<! Ihoas ot his fathsr la. thT'ronS?.?" F,,noerlJ' are respectfully invited to atteai illee, e. m . 1,16 r?,W?O0*. N*0. II WoOdbttU Ineo'clMk Wodneadsy afternoon, at half^md ^ Ha..es.;t.?lc_f)n Haturdar, ttrtoher I, Hawwah team*. Hecksober" John Cnrard and Cornelia Usimm fliu. ?On Monday, October 3, Joesi-n r,, son of Juna tL T f\nn Mllli a??d ? yoars, a months and 10 days. ta.H!Lir,,? JJ? f~ floods of the family are raspertiuUw Invited attend the funeral, from 128 Hast Twentv-eeteoto street, this (Tuesday) moeulng, at elevsn o'clock n-7.1^" "^! Monday, October 3, Willis, qnly soo Si i"* fjM Margaret Hogao, aged 1 year and 5 aentfegL Tks friends and relatives are respectfully invited to at. W-dnanaI/"l>*r*1' fr0<a IT4WmI Twentieth sweet, ea . 1J1***"-?At Woutfield, Stolen Island, on Sundty, (Mb bera.of oroup, infant son of Kdgor N. and Hsnrlstto Jsraup* *''"1 8 n,"Blba Md ^ <1*7*. grandson of fc Hue relatives and frlands of the family are Invited to ntteod the luueral. from tha residence of leaao R. Jessww. on wcdtuwday sfternoon. jit one o'clock, and Uugunaat Churoh, Bloominrview, at two o'clock N. B ? Carriage* wtH be in attendance oa tae arrival of the nine o'clock A.M. trutn from New Yerlr at Annmdala steUon .Monday. October 3, Kuwaao Kaanm. e?od T6 years, oatlva of Queens county, Ireland. ?.. .'fiends and relatives are reaiwct/uliy invited te etteud the fub'-ral, from big late residence, 38 Monroe street, Una (Tuaaoay, afternoon, at two u nlock Knwwasd?,n Rroefciyb, on Saturday, October 1, Aftee Il^othL0*""' ?"""u* W K?wano, aged 14 year* m] His rdathres and friends are Invited to alteo.l the fan*, ral, from the Washington avenue Ba()llet church, thM (Tueed.ty) afternoon, al two o'clock. 7*'?? MondaT.?cLo^ 3, Mr loss "nd the family are Invited to attend the funeral, from his late renldeooe, 62 Hunts* 8 ^y.- '*jTiiydy) ^torncon, at balf.fiaattb.ee o'clock, Liu.is ?In Brooklyn, at two o'clock on Monday arte* !n?n'i o:, 3. Chablib Tsomas, only son of Mlubael M JS? ' "*6d ""t y**r an't oee month. To?? rolitiveu iod frito'li of 111# foinll? irs r##D#otfiiiio invited to attend tha r.merei, frAaTnl' peroete, No lot prince street, Brooklyn, this iTuesday] afiereoon, at three o'clock M.rras -f>n Monday, October 3. Mabia Jawb, only daughter of Douglas and Harrietts Millar, aged 10 yearsk 2 months and 1A days 7 ^ t'hb fuoerartakea place this (Tuesday, afternoon, at two CMork. from the residence of her parents. No 16f CAM Twenty.Oral street. Friends are invited to attend. Hmm ?On Monday, October 2, l.arrme .f. MmauM, month?* Joha ??d Mtnetng, aged 4 year* aadi . The relatives and friends of the family are reepeclfuBk Invited to attend tbe funeral, from tha remuenoa of hat Sk"'7M mi%b lhl? sfternodh^et c2k Mi arir ?On Sunday, Ootober 2, after a loog I tin em. CAtnAKise Mtrsrur, widow of Michael Marphy, of Tralem st the ree deuce of bar eon. Ki^aae Murphy, No tto Waehingtoa street, Hohokeo, ft. i. lite friends of the family sod those of bar soa in daw. 7'V 10,?)aU??^ h?r funeral, thta iTuam day) afternoon, at baif.pest oaa o'olcdk. Her remaiaa i S? 'ol*rr*d Mi Calvary Cemetery, u?""*????'-*1 J"a0(,Af. 'ictober 2, Hm*n Lovrrr, am wd 8 day. Cart,ilna * MoKennee, aged 3 moatSt ? h ?il??^" 01 fwnallr ere respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the realdanon of hie parent? ?ctock. ?v,0,#' tbrt (Tuesday) afteraoca, at twe PRnmg.?on Sunday evaoing, October 2, Ascvteaaa a The fn*nds of the family are respectfully lavMed to am mur nil? ,r:"lar" . T.TJr#?' ?P eftarocoa. at aI/kcT^i 0eR)0*. V realdeoce of bis uacto. Archibald A. Peterson, 229 West Thirty seemd streak m?it"IDUin" WU! ^ Uk?n 10 PoTU?o?'fc,M. a,for kiter* I'HiLur^?In Brooklyn, on Sunday evening, October 2, aniTw d'aTy* M??Ulpe. toed 88 year*, 6 moatoi ^'?Bda ,D(1 relMlvee of the ramily ere Invited to **???? 00 Wednesday aftetwooa at twe o'elock. Qi'irm ? At tha Mttia of the Wilderness. Jakss a. Qiivv .if Com pony D, duty third New York Fetunleer^T A requiem mesa will be oelebrated fbr the r*ro.e of am ten ostock m?M' churc,,? 00 Wednetday morn.og, to Mona.y, October 8, in to. Bote a cbnrch, Rwioklyn. by tha Rtv. Dr. J. W. Pillar. Amikut^Isi.'muaiiv te Ktskrca Jaam, both of that city. Ws.hlugtou and Sen Francisco papers pleeae^cyy^_ est child of WII lam A and Eleanor C. Kodmon', Ron vox ?fin VI iaday. Gotober 3. Wilijah year, 9 months sod 18 days. Our Ulnling baarts would rather Have put away tbla cup: Assist ns heevanly father To give our darling upt Tbe relatives sod ftleada of the family ere respectful!* tnvltwl to ettepd tbe funeral, on Wednesday a/l'moon, to oaa o'clock, from the residence of big parents No. 88k Front street. Saiiastst ?To Jersey Clty.oo Saturday, Getnber k of heart dlaeese, J*n R we, wife of J. B. Salisbury aM eldest daugbterof Hon Wm Jaaaup, of Montrose, Pa., aged 43 years, 3 rnoothe and 3 days. The Irtends of the family are Invited to alteod the funeral, at her lata rmtdenoe 34 guaaei street, thia (Tuato day) atleraooa, at taro o'clock. 8cuct i.sa.?On Monday. October 8, G a salt ' Assise PtvitfYlbs , son of Garret L. and Mary K. Scttnyler, agek 7 oKMiihs and 26 days Notice of iho funeral will be given la to-morrow's papers. . Rumwhw.?At the reeldeoee of her father, at States Inlnnd. >.d Raturdey. October I, Marrm thiwigm, youngsat daughter of JoSn Sloaaoa, Bwg Tbe fuusral services will be bald at ibe Bpiacopel church, New Rrighteo, tbia (Tuesday) morning, ai sieve* o'clock. Ibe friends of tbe family aro invlteu to attank, N B ?A boat leaves the ferry, foot of Cortland I street, at a quarter past nlno A. M. and foet of Whitehall streto every hour. CarrlagM will be la ettendeaoe at New Brighten and Quarantine landings. Wist).?On Sunday, October 2 Miir.Awrr Anx. daugk ter of Jaaeg S. and Margaret Ward, ag<"* 1* months ao4 9 dayr. , . . The friends of tha family are reapactfully inv ted to attend the funeral, thle (Taaaday) mom log at o'clock, from M?7 Eighth aveooa, corner For<7 ercoam street. _ . . Wmstox ?(?a Hiindsy moraing, netober I. J^"* ?? Waerox, aged 83 yearn and a moo lbs. ? The relatives and frienda of too IbajJytto Invited to attond tho fnnorni. from bin lata rsoidoooo, lto Ntotk Street, thia (Tuesday) aftomooo. at two o Wii.mami?()o ^Qodif ? OcioNf I* Aft## ? protrtcti# Illness, Fsaxcts B Wiuiiss,agodI to vssra. Tbe frieode *ad retallvee of the family are moot r* noctfu 11 y In vl ted to a.t-od lb# funeral, from bis lata Xuii r "r "?'- Mghth street, W.Htnmoburg. torn (Tusodar) afteroooa.at one o oiooa Rgronrnp dsath of ALIOS ?mON?. who may be pe?aid ef aay Infermati' ? beartog ?M toe auMeot wU in?? with " j Immediatitr, ek No. T6 Win? street. P*\gB R. fTftOMO. j Payers srtoek meg tow* 0?pled if,, sot lor wttl Pft ? * ak? ?toi mm . ? 8 *A?"