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THE SOUTH.
Btporis of the Special Corr ^Sp0Bdcuts
of Ibe Hera'
THE AFRICANIZING PROCESS IN VIRGINIA.
Mitral ASi jtu in Worth Carolina
ar A Mississippi.
vie cm a.
VECIAl CORRESPONDENCE OF THE HERALD.
Tkk Ah-lraiLlai Preceae?How It Is Thone?
The Orator*, Incendiaries and A?iiatore?
Vke Mode and the Mpeech?The l.eacae and
Secret Moelety Orcaalxere?A net her Phase In
N?ars Supremacy?".Mean White*"?A War
?f Uact'a?The Keault.
Rksmomd, V*., Reft. 24, 1957.
M there was any credit dee the radical party fer their
Certs te Africanize the Sooth, they certainly deserve It. 1
Nhketbts suit as on laitancs of their remarkable industry
and assid uty in this particalar. ted the publ'.n
Mill at oace be astounded at the extent and gigantic proportions
of tbetr operations. ace the visit ef Senator
Wlleon and a large delegation of Northern politicians,
Mho came to fcee th? Bolts and Euanicutt factions or
Aha party in this Stops, no stono has bean left unturned
to advance tQeirlDtscasia ami pretecute their claims with
the most untiring o^gy and laaomltaWo zeal. Not a
mere baker's doze^ nor s paltry battalion ef crafty politl
elans, nor oven what might be called a strong force of
-tnceudiary orators, but m very corps of emiuarlei
cad agitators have been lauoched forth upon the aoil of
(tie Old Dominion, with full intent and purpose to establish
negro supremacy, and degrade the white race of tbe
-country. From the greet. mountain -slopes of tbe Bloc
Bldge to the Allan too- washed eastern shore; from tbe
Jertiio valler of the Shenandoah to tbe classic banks of
the James; from the tobacco regions oi tbe Southwest
do tbo bisU.no plaius of Maoazsas, no city, town, county
eat, village, hamlet, cross roads, negro cabin or plggerr
lias boon left uuinvaded by tho persevering and
nruiimztng energy of the legions of orators who have
been hutlnd upou this devoted Commonwealth. Nor Is
tbe variety of there Itinerants leas remarkablo than tbe
errc-Mt nnieiprise displayed; for Senators ot the L'nitod
JStaim and ltepresentaiives of the l.ower House, political
dociora and Jeremy Diddlersof every known capacity
from the North; Jndgcs of courts and district and ooui souwrallh
attorneys of the same courts, paid liberally
by loo goverumi-si; bomb proof generals and office-seeking
patriots; muiallocs from tho North and inteuigeut
tcon'rahands from the South; and, in fact, every irnagiu blu
species of individuals, who bad tact enough to instruct
th" negroes In radicalism or repeat a set speech,
tiavn travelled every ai re within the bounds of Virginia
on their tn.HSicns of negro supromacy and white degradation.
I'heir plan of operations is also deserving or notic-.
the more distinguished and respoctabie be ng horald?t
by ati agent in advance, who distributes flaming
poHtor.?, Mreumera and handbills, alter the most approved
,'a-Pion of star actors, while tbe lesser lights have
*o depend upon their radical friends, who generally noise
broad their intended arrival, and tbo place, day and
Ikour upon which tbey would have tbe extreme felicity ot
dressing their "fellow citizens'' upon the issues of th<>
aim us Tho spoech, too, 1s common dablo as a piece of radical
lite; mure, and as it is generally the same and sOmeseh.it
uo\ ol -would scarcely be worth tho trouble of reading.
The worthy Africans having left their occupations for
be day arc assembled on masse before Uie "speaker's
Mu>V on which is to be seen the --orator" with some
distinguished citizens, one of whom, in an Introductory,
(daces him fairly and aquarely before his intelligent
Mdience, who are then radically harangued for a couple
of hours, told that the democratic party enslaved them
nd would enslave tliem again; tbe republican party
freed tbem and enfranchised them; tbe republican party
placed them equal before tbe law with all white citizens,
aad made tbem a little belter than rebels. They should
etick to tbe parly that did so much (or tbem. and tbat
party would aland by tbem; tbey Bbould vote against
rebels on all occasions, and never allow them to bo
empowered again. You, the loyal black*, must now
govorn the South, and aland by the beat radical you can
elect. If the rebel* will not be reconstructed the loyal
Congress will confiscate thoir property, divide it among
you, and then it will be aeen who are tbo
anaatera and who are the slaves In this country
of Jeff Davie All of wbl.'.h is loudly encored and en.
tbuaiastirally cheered; but, as if to leava abetter impreeeloD
on any coneervatlvaa who might be present,
Uw speaker tails Uia bearer* not to look for confiscation
themselves or to advocate It, but leave that to Congrats.
They should be induMnoua, economical and taring, and
buy their lands?plsuty could be had cheap alter a
while. Attsnd strictly to your business, educate your
children, register?lie sure and register, for It you don't
vou will regret It all the days of your livoa?and when
the t.me o mot vote, and vote radically If you want to
be a fr o u..iu; aud if you want to be a slave again don't
r?g tuer and dou'l vole radically. Such la about tbo
el speech of lbs myriad oi travelling iiegroviipremuryaiiceudariaa
now meandering about this Mate, paid
by the Congrc.--tonal Kepubltcnn Committee, of which
htr. N'bencK, or Obio, is the chairman.
Another class there 1*. it'll more designing and insidious,
and far more inflammatory aud dangeroua than
the i mature vrho proclaims his supremacy doctrines in
broad daylight- These are generally tancy dressed and
te-aiiiifuUy decorated darkeys from Boston or l'hlirtdelptns.
where thov haro been educated In colleges, waari
tog b.'avsr hats,' the shortest and skimpiest of coat9. the
tigtnoet of light pants, una most superfluously white
snarl, breastpins that bear no comparison, and a pro
fusion of galvsli ced rings?euough to captivate all the
Mulatto girl? that sec them, and exeito the most unbounded
a luiinit on atu uu the male individual*.
Too duiic of tois class of porambulotlug "angels of
radical light" sre rained and important. They are duly
an thon? ed. empowered and roitiiuisooned; t unbailed
v ib text books and radt al catechisms to promulgate the
l>nncipicn of radicalism, organize loyal leagues and
secret soctet.es, and to sco before be leaves
the section entrusted to bis care that no negro is left
unsworn in league, society or order having for its tenot
as religion of radicalism or. otherwise, negro supremacy.
To do this effectually bo circulates froely among
?oe negrosa from cabin to cabin instructing them, arranging
meetings and distributing his circutsrs. Midnight
tmslings arc then bald, wheu ail lire ready, at ulfre
tuenied cuurcbes an t school bouses, presided over
l>v roprcennlafivt* of Massachusetts, and trequently at
tb ' houses of Bureau agents an 1 other supremacy off]cuts,
where the oa'h" of r*dl stism are admia stered,
Hirer* appointed snd all lbs mystic and iu.'erual transactions
of the hours of darknaa* completed, whou they
retire to their homes. At lhe->a meetings are
always to ba ??eu eceaking, sallow-facad,
bsetl* browed, scwwling white man, wbo, abhorred
and detest* I bv men of their own color,
-ff sk to lcgra:tats t bcus-elves with the argroes by
allAm that' tra alftnA ? ."vl Af rarl ffnr ihav haln Hmdutt
whiles'*), tctl are ib nerelly given tbe cold shoulder.
Northern m 1.: tbe negroes likened respect at ?adlca!?;
oar'iern ii.cn tluy dwpis* and distrust and bava a
npii-mo c< otetup' for as auch la a palpabl* renuit of
aul ilk. whal cat: be eipected from a low. ignorant. ami.
It can e aald, aii^Oit bw'inroLa people. hul an ih e table
war of race*, which. under ilia radical teaching It aa
certain (o c .tee aa fate The negroes are neillier aiigeit
or Leslie which the >ont'ieru p-ople understand Letter
ahao ang o .or people; :>m to arert tbe calamities flat
huti atom ? ' le they .ire an Jer tbe control or bad and
ack>a* P Moa U an impossibility, and to
wtic . itws ; t here are uttcr.y power.est. Nor can
hey aeea moo r -l
Tbe re ,c?r 10 he drawn from auch a fearful ante o'
affklr- it ci r (> any mteti gent observer, and that r
Mm fore,,I lor it.it, ca of a while man s party which will ,
he In conflict v ih tie negro party. What will then be
be fate of do .ace? What tba result of the radical
i do[t.a of ntgro aopramar ? ?
HRTI riROLMA.
I
SPCC'AL COMISPONDCRE OF THE HEMLI.
Itfubr IViilasopby Among Ike Tar llrels?
Fretriiri ive Oorlrlue ol the inprrmnr v
Parti?' tin Mtealtl anil lluthc to tlnvrrnl>ler?|i(
m iu the Kaillrnl (map? Kvlitrnrre
af l?em -e?Kaatilv <|n?rr*le?The l.rainre
a ail 'riio u- Internal Uarkltge-trtltn ni the
i'atn rtntirei. ,
Ri' drift N. C.. Sept. 2S, 1467.
There le a i.nfilar oM fashioned idea prevalent among
the peep-j of the North State, and one which it geoerally
tar pi*d. though tbe radical party are laboring zealottiiy
to ignore if, thai the white people of tba country ma Is
t*>e I n n i Klaiet what It It. aad, hating dona to, conae<iuentiy
gotern it, and that if white men rule the whole
country tbe "tarheels" are Inclined to think white
men ahauld rule N'trth Carolina Tula It a stubborn,
foolish kind of philosophy that doubt lent has
long Muee become patent to the Intel igant
atataw of the North, and, to .ludfa from tba
reaction winch la now in pro.,'rent of development
in the uteit West, one with which
they are becoming lorn sly impressed. In view of the
l at. r,.ua aT.?e'^ ??f a a? ? - - ?
?" ? - -?*wr?jn pinj ra Ainnn'ii ma
?o .:ry. WlJ? bar* tbaia art two wblta man to ana
kUck, It ii navartbalaw t ? hobby of tba inpri'miff
Jury that tba atgro m.aor.tr rami rula tba Nartb State.
In.' ?M if Ihay ara lot allow*! to do no tha paopla ara
dbroa a ...d *lth r.onflieatlio, and among tba Aral whnao
pmpariy abali be eacriflrad ?r* ttoniinnad by w. W. Hoi<av,
Govern.., tTortu and Graham. and afterward* that
t flliarf.il.- a.
Thi* la it k platfona apaa whlflb tha Brown low. HoiL
dlaa.oag?Miopramacf pnyiy Br# P,1*biaf
% maiirra. That which ttoby cua.vrt acoompliab by c*>ai.
wry, flattery ard offer* of lodoco.'Wtol lhay maMMiatn
l?y threat* Tba miopia tbruaima* nojro equality
ffpoa tba South la not aumnaat for th.*P*tr thai oaaawt
oforca it al tba Bonn, bat bora, tba/ *ba 4aa
! ?
I
I
FEW YORK
' trine of negro equality mult be sanetifed by negro
supremacy. This is a fanatical religion and a ?ort of
faub m winch tba lowest denuoui of tha piuo foreata,
the manufacturer* of rosin, tar, pitch and turpentine
and lb* tobacco cbawara generally of this Stale do not
believo, and In which tbair deluded forefather* fatled
to educate them. On the contrary, their traditionary
doctrtnea (fallacies, or bereaioi, the radical* call
tbem), which tfioy bate a decided vsncratioa
and reopeel for, bend their indications in
a totally different direction, which 1* that tha
mtelilgenca and solid virtue of tbe country should
rule; and they further suppose these essential ingredients
in the const ituiion of a government are not to
bo found "laving around loose" among the
Atrican population here. Kather, if history
proves correct, ttiey can be found In tbe
race that sought the negro In tbo jungles or Africa
civilued hint in a degree, and latterly made a citisen of
him, with which be should now be content for a while
at least; and if, by joining leagues and secret associations,
leaving worlt to attend political crossroad harangues,
quarrelling and wrangling about polities, ho
does not understand, and arraying himself generally
against the people Among whom be was raised, he
shows himself capable of governing this groat country,
such a privilege will bo wittingly accorded him.
Tliia wiU not, however, soon he the fato of North
Carolina, ?e demonstrate* by dally evidence which appears
of disruption in tbe radical camp, which has latterly
grown to such an extent that suicide is Imminent.
"A hoese divided against itself cannot stand" Is a trite
Peridural axtoin, tbo truth of which will aoon be
vended In the demise of radicalism in this
Htaie. Family quarrels are disagreeable affairs, and
should not be expeeed to the public; but the exceedingly
interesting nature of one now in progress here tempts
ase to lat your readers into the merits of lbs affltlr. The
former npostle of secession, blood and thunder, tbe
Johnsonian Provisional Governor, ana latterly tbe pegro
supremacy leader in this Male, Hidden, takes matters
in bis own bands and deposes all who do not instantly
coincide with him, be ttiey republicans or otherwise.
By a summary stroke ot bis pen bo has lately guillotined
Goodlee, the republican leader in tbe State, because
he did not oorne up 10 the vitriolic radicalism of
which negro supremacy is the germ. Goodloo, having a
white akin himself, and being a white man in principle,
Ac., rebels against Use assumed authority of tha
'nigger'' apostle, and claims himself to be lb* head. The
acrobat replies by a sharp fuel lade, indulging in personalities
and asserting tho leadership, to which Uoodloe
retorts that the windy W. W. U. is but a poor acquisition
to the party, and only occupies a probationary position
by courtesy atone, from which he can expect soon
to be expelled if his conduct does not improve in the
future. Such is the present state of this interesting
domestic leud, which atfords intlnite amusement to all
conservatives, who have ao admiration for < ithor of the
oppouents, though they respect Uoodloe, whtlo Heideu
enjoys an unenviable reputation as a contemptible renegade?a
perfect political Judas.
Nor Is this the only sign ol approaching dissolution;
other paralytic symptoms have become painfully apparent.
A respectable citixen from the southern
portion of me State informs * me that tho
whiles who have been deluded into the leagues
wore rapidly deserting theiu in disgust since
the upshot of the radical convention bora me Known, and
some were engaged denouncing tnem and exposing tne
oaths and socien of these organizations. The negroes
generally believe the* are joining an organisation for
their benefit, and they are led on carelully and guardedly
from one act to another until they are radically oatiibouud
boyond redemption. Another report, recently
current, is t reating sad havoc among the sable devotees of
radical tenets, and promises to crette a pauic at an early
day. It appears that a circular, emanating from radical
headquarters at the national capital, and sent carelully
soaled to tho Union League head centres, ha- somehow
got into the wrong l auds, aud its saciod coutouts
la this way bocame revealed to the vulgar public eye.
Tuis no more nor less tnan explicitly lust rue: s
tho leuguo otllcers not to encouruge any negro candidate
for oliicer, but to discountenance and cUoko off every
aspiration of llio sort on ino part of lite blacks, as such
movements would br.ng discredit upon tho party and
render it exceedingly unpop ilar in the .North. Further,
?uy uegro so aspiring should be treated as an insubordiuate,
and expehed from the league. This announcemeut
has considerably shaken tne laith of iho darkies
in their radical fr.cnds, and when it becomes known
will cause general rebellion m the loaguea
In view of mese ominous signs ot the times the on
NurT&uve* uro up anu surnng wiiu a zeal unit is nigiuy
cr (11table. Tbey hare beul mommas with the mo?t
titisiactoiy i0 ul?; auil iu an evidence of the enthusiasm
awakened among iheui I give (tie following cull,
now published in (be leading papers of (be citato:?
To TUB CON3IKVATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL UNION MlN OP Win
Ooixtt:?
The undersigned, citizeiia of Wake cnmiy, fi lends of the
American Union ami supporters of the constitution of the
United States, being convinced that Die incorporation of the
Hrownlow-lloMeu-radtcal programme Into the constitution
of the state would most surely embarrass if not nnnihllnte
all enterprise and all hope of recuperation, and would dincourage
all immigration, the Investment 01 capital and di.
mlnlsh or destroy the sources of employment to our laboring
population, do most earnestly Implore all conservative
citizens of every county in the State to hold meetings lor the
adoption of such plans as they may deem wisest and best
for uniting and consolidating the conservative influence of
the Stute to effectively prevent the success of ultra republican
or radical rule in our State organization- The Congress
oi the United States has cut us off from all participation at
present In national politics. Nothing is left us but the euro
of our State institutions, and this movement has nothing to
do with national politics or with hiuderlng or attempting to
obstruct the operation of any law of Congress. It has simple
reference only to the preventing of the Incorporation <>f
those radical principles end measures Into our Stale organization
which would place thu control and government of
the State in the hands of the Ignorant, the vicious and thu
most unprincipled among us, which would certainly result
in the destruction of the enterprise and vitality of the State.
All the aid or encouragement, therefore, which this movement
could give to the l rlends of constitutional liberty and
free government elsewhere would he simply incidental. We
therefore urge all conservative constitutional Union men of
the county or Wake holding these views to unite with us In
holding e meeting at the Court House in this city on Friday
evening, the Zilh of the present mouth, at half-past seven
o'clock, 10 effect the strove named object, and we u> ge our
fellow citizens of the several rcglstriiion precincts In the
county to unite with us or hold mcctlugs in their several
precincts.
To this is attached the signatures of the most Influential
citizens of the county, to the number of over one
hundred. Similar cells arc being issued throughout the
State, and a decree has gone forth that the Stale must
be saved irom negro aupremacy.
MISSISSIPPI.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF THE HERALD.
A Pertinent Question?'The Change In the
Stale?'The t'oet of Kesisirntlon?Activity of
the Conservative*? A White Man's PartyTemper
of the -Tlisetenlppl Preen.
Vicasncnu, tept. 21, 1S67.
The old burden of conservatism Is removed. The
question, "What shall be done with the niggor?"so
long time full of fears and ghosts of frtgbtftil apprehensions,
is now dead, effete, passed awey, buried, and the
live question of to-day in Mississippi is, "What will the
nigger do with ua ?" Such a revolution In the slatua of
parlies Is rarely seen.
Congress thought that if the SIMM were reorganized
under the auspices of the men whose rebellion had made
reconstruction necessary. and all whose ptejudices and
feelings leaned to the old regime, little protection could
be expected for the emancipated, and little security for
tbetr freedom and proapority. They therefore enacted
the law of universal suffrage. Irrespective of race or
color, and, to make mora sure of the eoocesa of tbo
plan, disfranchised ao many rebel* for their oomplicity
with trsaeon as to add much to the preponderance
of the black vote. Some were uncharitable enough to
think that this was a shrewd plan to make republican
states where otherwise the bitterest hostility to the republican
parly bad existed and remained, while others
thought that the measure was demanded by the accoeettiea
of the aituatiou and the expoeure of the freed people.
But from whatever motive the thing was done, I
and negro suffrage is, for the present at leaat, a Qxed
fact.
Before the war there wore one hundred thousand morn
biacka loan whites io Mississippi A large preponderance
of the nogro element iu politics was therefore expected,
and Southern men chafed and (retted undor the
con vie 11 on that a lew Yaukees, or worse still, Southern
loyalists, would coatrol this vast political power. To
carry out this plan asyetem of registration i? established
' by law, and three register* were appointed for each of
Vt'je sixty counties 0f the State at a salary of $6 a day
t or each of the thirty daje or more of each month, or
$. 40 a montla for each county, and it is now expected
tit,it they will ho continued in ofllce for a vear from
their appointment In May last; so that the registration
of each county will cos! about $6,600, or $:W0.000
lor the Suite. Now. if the >Ulo of Mlseistippi. that was
eutttl ed to flvo representative* in Congreus. cost for
regiafc alone near $400,uoo, then tho other Soutnorn
Sta'O". that sent ninety representatives to Congress,
should i rosi $7,000 000 for this one item of coal Add to
this the cost of ?ui>erri ,ing the work, books of registration,
Mat iks. advertising notices, fcc., he., and the mere
cm of a gialratton w ll fail little short of $10,000,000.
Whatothi r cost of enfranchising the ueg-e maybe incur-ed
we t leave tor others to guess.
All this t say be very well lustitled on the score of
necessity * if the facta accord with the theory; but
some greater economy ol means to reach the end would
lis exceeding!) praieeworthy. I'ernaps in no other way
could a nucleus ' of repuht.cantam be established in every
county so eitec* Ively, at. I the importance of this, a?
we giVl acainas. raouer, i* not easily estimated, especially
il the goeernm. ">l W? tor 'h re ult shoes that
j),o00 mure negro voters are registered in the State than
there am white t >U ,rv c>oceded by the Vickeburg
He* i d i n-ee> voters am taught in loyal leagues and
are fast becoming a p olitlcal unit, eaBy to be guided by
toe central power resia IB< ' city.
It is bardiv to he wot lered at that the Southern people
look on with intense ??d bitter feeling to see bow
this literally "biach re put ?la.an party ehali be directed
and controlled.
I'Dtll quite recently it a *em*d to be acknowledged
that the contention party m net succeed, and taat the
only ground for southern ru? "o to take was that of a
' taiterly inactivity, hoping <? thi? wny to armd tb?
appearance or concealing to Uv* rolto of negro luffrage,
ih IItid; to npnn door fort'nom ? > turn agaioot it,
ad, ir poeaihie, aboliah It, whai the Slot* shall hat a
hoao reetored to the Union. But * ?co the retiree trout
tho eloctlone la Milne aa<t la Oslo ?ntie h?v* cons la
a varjr different footing aad policy hu obtained.
Tlio ho|.o of roaction ta tbo North, a id of democratic
aaeoudaeer, hat awakened tho bore defeating tbo
oonreotion.and fronteupmenen anllnartt my the Houthoro
loadoro bare launcbod out, with cqu.M "odd tin?w
and UDaaiatiiy. upon aa earnest camp*.at trf poeuro
their great object. Tho a.egular foatum of Mite reaction
la thla, that tho party that baa all alonf ..Von taToighmg
bitterly age. nit tho military ralo la aow^ofk
tn? moot raraaatly aad boartllr for lla.conUoanare for
yeara, nmpiy aa aa aoeape from the more odidkta
domination of the ttofro.
I Io day a (oofral meeting or cot rent ton Id hold la Jack
herald, Sunday, sei
ob to eommonce the ' jrgantzatloa of "the white men'*
party," and warm akw be expected in Mississippi ,
foraemo time to ' Ann*. The white party" work at a .
(real diuodvantar,, from theft lateoeee of organization
Md sudden and complete change of policy.
The method A adopted by these two grant parties are
in striking Cyntraet. The one quiet, secret, burrowing
in the leer oe room at night, and pledgiug their partisan*
to co-ope-.atlon, with instructions wbi <h few will dlerel4rd
%e other bold, oi.upokoo. Tenement end pugnactot'e
in words, and luxuriating >t otter ire epithets.
Thin to very bad policy, to say nothtog ?i bad tnate.
*<te Vlckaburg Herald delUhls to call the republican
convention "Tho Baboon Convention." The rimes calls it
''The Black and Tan Convention," and others follow in tho
same style of graceful descr.puou. But, however appropriate
and deacriptive may be the name "The Baboon
Convention," and of "gorillas'-' as members of it, it is
quite certain that no baboon would do so fooliah a thing
as to Insult and worry the power that may very soon
control the allalrs in Mississippi, and constitute anew
the State. But common sense bus never had much to
do with Mississippi politics. The blacks listen easorly ,
to this sort of talk, and inwardly, but decisively, resolve
that they will nevor consent to place in power tbe men
who thus betray their haired aud contempt of the black
people, and tbue the fire-eating whites are unconsciously
co-operating with the Yankees in consolidating,
and unifying tho sixty thousand negro votes of Missftsippi,
and rendering almost certain the calling of t'ae
convention; the election of radical members to it: tbe
adoption of a radical coantituiMn, and of radical, perhaps
negro, representatives to Congress. The excitement of
the canvass already waxes warm and threatens n great
heal.
A TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT.
SPECIAL CTBBESPBNPEHCE OF THE HEKALO.
The Conflict -of Awthority Canon in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Soph 28, 1807.
This afternoon the conflict of authority cases came up
for argument In tho Court ef Quarter Hussions, Judges
Peirce, Brewster sod Ludlow ou the nencb. The fscts
are as follows:?(hi Tuesday morning last Commodore
beifridge, the commandant of the Philadelphia Navy
i Yard, wlie hod been commanded, a writ of habeas
corpus issued hy Judge Peirce, to produce in court the
body of Charlos Gormley, an alleged minor, who had
been enlisted into the wavy, made a return, denying the
jurisdiction of the court and refusing to comply w tb the
terms of the writ, In accordance with instructions received
from the Secretary of Ike Navy. Judge Peirce
said be was satleQed that Commedoro Selfridge meant
no disrespect for or contempt of the Court in not producing
the body of Gormley. In order that the cose
might be properly disposed of, Judge Peirco granted tbe
request of Assistant United State* District Attorney Valentine,
and ent"rod a rule to show cause why an attachment
should not be issued upon Commodore Selfridge
for ooulempt, making the rule returonblo this morning
before mo Court m buna. The uttoution of tbe public
was drawn to the case through tbe recent buncombo
speech of District Attorney Maun, in relation
to tbe Rom'whut similar caeo of Captain
A. M. Brown, of lha United States Army, in
which the District Attorney urgud the Court to maintain
itsdlguitv at all hazards, nud cilled upon Andrew
Johnson, Governor Geary, and all the 01 her powers that
be, to rally in support of tne Court of (Juurtcr Sessions
against tho "whelp ' Brown, and the "ruftlan," "highwayman"
and blackguard" Secretary Welles.
On the opening of the court at ten o'clock this morning,
Judge I'eirco stated thai tho case of Commodore Solfridge
would bo called at twelvo o'clock. At thai hour
the portion of the oourt room set apart tor the members
of tho bar was crowded, a great doal of interest being
manifested In the approaching proceedings
It was not until a quarter t > one o'clock that Judges <
Brewster and Ludlow appeared and look ibeir seats upon 1
thoboncli. Mr.Valentine, Assistant 1'iiitcdelates District
Attorney, then arose and requested a continuance of the
case. Hu read to the Couri a letter addressed to the
Secretary of the Navy by tho Attorney Goueral of tbo
Untied States, in which the former was advised torequest
a lew aaye1 delay before tbe llnai argument of the
point at Issue.
Mr. U'livrno, the counsel for Gormley, interposed, oh- 1
jecting to any argument of tbo mortis of the case pend- I
ing a motion lor a mere continuance. He did not object
to a directive discussion of the questien, but was opposed
to introducing it as collateral rnatior io the motion
tor a continuance. Comraodoro Selfridge was entitled <
in nn n*rt from this (^nrl. ax ha vcam at,II in rrmtAmnf J
of its orders. Bui he thought thai Hie application of
the Attorney General for a dcla.v should be considered.
Mr. Valentino responded that be made this application
for a continuance as the representative of the Attorney s
General. He then offered to read the return made by
the commandant of the Navy Yard to the rule to show '
cause wby be should not be attached.
Mr. O'Byrne objected to tbe reading of any papers j
from tbo Commodore. Mr. Valentine should file hi*
reasons for a continuance, and proceed In regular order. 7
Mr. Valentine was again about to read the return,
when Mr. O'Byrne again objected, and Mr. Valentine .
in turn objected to tboro being continued interruptions.
On a former occasion be said tbat he bad listened j
quietly to all tbat was said by tbe opposite side, and he
clai raed a similar courtesy.
Mr. Valentine was then permitted to read tbe return,
wbiob showed that the commandant thought an attachment
against him should not issue, because be was act- "
Ing under the orders of his superior otliuer, which he {
was hound to obey, while he entortained no contempt j
or disrespect for tbe Court.
Mr. Valentino continuod, and suggested tbat under 1
tbe position assumed by tho United States In regard to
Jurisdiction no harm could occur, as the United States 1
courts were still open to parties. Chief Justice Taney's
decision in Alderman vs. Booth ruled that the I lined
Slates court* had sole jurisdiction, and that being the 1
ca-e the secretary of the Navy lias issued a genoial or- a
der?not a particular order, fbls being tbo law. the '
gentleman who addressed this court ou this subject *
appeared to forget that they were attorneys, and that
tnev were in a court of justice. Kvcn conceding the t
right to Issue ibis writ there can be no right to issue an t
attachment against the Commandant at the Navy Yard. 1
That is another reason why tbe caae should be continuod
for tbe present.
Hs wished to refer to tbe case of Captain Brown and ,
the relloctlons cast upon the District Attorney of New
York. Ho bad received a letter irom Mr. Coartnev, in
which he denied all knowledge of the i?Riilng of the writ '
of habeas corpus by the Stato Court in New York. '
Mr. Maun, .u reply to this, said that he Wont to New
York and taw Mr. Courtney in person and explained to ,
him tho condition of aflairs, and warned h.;u of tue '
danger that a writ of habeas corpus would issue by a <
State Court. But when this man, wearing tbe uniform '
of tho United States, got to New York, be was taken 1
away, and our peoplo were told that tbey came from '-a
one horse town.'' lbe peoplo here do not know lbs i
provocation which induced my speech. I have no re- '
flection to make npon Mr. Valentine; but there are men
in this community who will lick the hand that smites
tbem, sod would sellout tbe liberties of their country
for tbs privilege of a contract to mako twenty.Civs
coats.
This ended the discussion on this point.
Mr. Hirst, Jr., in b half of Kelly, said he was In court
to argue tho cose, and the motion lor a continuance appeared
to bo made became the United Stale* District
Attorney had (Uncovered the weakness of his case, and
time was needed in order to get tbs boys beyond tbs
Jurisdiction of this court.
Mr. Valentine said hs bad no knowledge of aq intention
to remove the boys. He could not say tbat tbey
vrouia not do removal; out do uiu nni neiievo mat mere
was any such intention, anil it would not occur, so far aa
the law officers havo any Influence.
Mr. O'Hyrnu, in reply to (be Court, aaid ha had no
obiectton to a continuance for one week.
The Court then postponed tiortnley's caae. and Mr.
O'Bvroe gaid that next Saturday he would oppose any
further continuance, unless (oinmodoro Seliridge was
in i .urt.
Mr. Hirst, for Kelly, opposed any continuance In that
case
Mr. Valentine sa'd he Intended his application to apply
to both cases, as be could not nee the necessity for an
argument in one case alone.
Mr. Hirst sa d no cause for a continuance had been
shown. In civil cases nn affidavit m required before a
continuance will be nllowed, and In this court there
should no some legal ground laid before the United Stales
District Attorney could ssic the case to go over. Hero
there was notbing but u simple request, and that, too,
from Comtnodhre SellYidge. who was not entitled to any
consideration, as be hnd refused to appear m court or
produce the body of Michael Kelly. He had written a
letter saying be'mennt no disrespect. If that has to be
recognized as sufficient, then tbo Court might issue its
process to bring in a highwayman or burglar, who, la toad
of appearing, would send a polite letter declining
to appear.
Mr. Valentine snggested that the Attorney General
asked for but a short delay, In order to examine the
subject and advise the Secretary of the Navy.
Mr. Hint. In reply, raid this was an assumption on the
part of the Attorney General that bo alone understood
the law. and that this Court was not competent to dispose
or it.
Judge Ludlow announced the decision of the Coart,
that nothing would be accomplished by the docislon of
the caw now, as the Court would probably reserve its
decision until after the argument of the other case.
After considerable discussion the two cases were flze d
for argument on Saturday next.
HOW TO HUNT THE INDIANS.
TO TBI EDITOR OP THR HERALD.
Ntw YORK, August 2T, 1M7.
The question has frequently been asked, "How can the
nrnnu inmw wmh^vhth nuu his iwi fi|nns?r
Tba an?war baa long a.nca teen gtvan to lb at quart ion
by Jim* Backwourth, an old Rock/ Mountain rangar,
who haa llrad with tha Indiana for many jraara, and waa
at ona tima Chiaf of tba Craw Nation. Ha aa/?, lat tha
gorarnmant employ lira hundred mountalnaara, whoaa
ebiaf amploymanl ahall ba tba axiarmination of tha
bulla!a Exterminate tba bnffale, and tba aura ubelataaca
of tba Indian la gona. Tba Indiana wall know that
any railroad panting through their country will cauaa tha
buffalo to 11/; baoae tbalr unseating atlaiska an tba railroad*
now tn prooaa* of coaaiructton tbroufh tbair roantry.
It I* uwiaaa to andearor ta lam port ta witn tba
Indiana by giving thou preaente; for It ta a common
aaying auiang tha Indiana, kill a haap of wbita
man, and wa gat a baap of praaonta." It ieVban tba
recaption or praaanto begin*to lag that tba Indiat tbmka
ba mun kirk op a raw and inorder aoma whltea tx< ordar
to atltnulata tha gararnraant to furtbar band over present*
Haneaall tbaaa eonaaliationa and traattaaWitb
thd Indian can raanlt in to good, an tba Indian />aa
aworn otjbo altar of bla worahtp that aa long aa bw.ta
partsitiad t^iraad tba war path, and that while Ufa rb
maina, tba tNiftalo anal I roam rraa ever bat bunting*
groaada, anno.'***1 by tba appraarh of tba wblta man.
^UlIN U BURTUfl.
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'TEMBEH 29, 1867.-TR1P1
DUIK ATttin ATHI6WWH IMKIt.
* 1oii( 9(m Kirirked Dtwi ud Sererel*
Beaten?The Tb levee Uaeweeeeefnl?A fine
ta the Utility Vurtlee?Twenty-three Thanaand
Dollar* at ggehe.
Yesterday after joon considerable excitement prevailed
it Voodhaven, 'l. I., on the announcement that a young
not hod been knocked down and robbed by three higheajmen
in I'aat vicinity. The young man, whose name
s tecar K napp, is in the employment of Lalance h
Jnrjoon, 'hardware merchants in New York, and he was
m ills way to their manufactory, located at Woodbaven,
*ith $7.3,000 in hia possession, for the purpose or paying
ifTthr, employes. When he alighted from the train he
vat Very gentlemanly assisting an old lady with a basket
> "'light, when lie was set upon by an unknown man.
ri'ck wit b a siungshot and felled to the ground. In
?'u breast pocket was the money, and he grappled with
the highwayman in so successful a manner that he was
overpowering his adversary, wheu, much to bis astonishment,
he was struck for the second time by a second
lurunn tar >i a warn iinHnnhltwIlv mni'MlfMl n*nr hu In
oider to assist in the vicious undertaking if need
bv The young roan again fell to the ground, still
clnglng steadfastly to the money, when the
brakeman upon the Brooklyn Central train Dotted
the affair and ran to the young roan's assistance,
and with the timely arrival of conductor
Cochran, who was helping the passengers (root the cars,
tne audacious individuals were frustrated in their work.
So successful had been |the arrangements to carry
cut their design, tbst even a private conveyance waa
standing a short distance off in order thai they might
nake their escape safely with their booty, which they
laiied in this case to obtain.|Mr. Knapp waa severely
tijured from the clubbing he had received, hut ia not
leriously harmed. The young man who committed the
fret attempt is well known \p the employes of the road,
but his name ia witbbeld for prudential reasons. Of late
there has been a vast increase of crime in thla neighborhood;
abouta|week or eo aince Christopher Hendricks
waa robbed by three highwaymen near this same spot;
several attempts and successful robberies have been committed
in this locality; repeated attempts have been made
to precipitate the engine from the railroad track, and as
the same parties have of late been constantly seen
loitering shout the corners of the streets, there is little
or no doubt tbst these are the ones who are gntlty of
the numerous offences.
SHIPPING NEWS.
MIT OF NEW YORK. SEPTEMBER 28.1857.
Arrived.
Brig Plrigo (of Harrington), Small, Baltimore, 8 days,
with coal, to f Talbot A Co.
Wind at gunnel S.
American Parte.
CHARLESTON, Sept US-Arrived, brig A V Torrey, Boston.
Sai'ed?Steamship Champion, NYork.
SAVANNAH, Sept 23? Arrived, hIiid Liessetta (foreign),
Liverpool; brig Oasipec, H ston; achr Clara. Rockland.
Sailed?Viteiimghip Sail Salvador. NYork; hark Aurvlia.
WILMINGTON, NO, Sept IB?Sailed, steamship Win I*
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a bsolute divorces legally obtained in
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No fee charged until divorce ia obtain- d. Coiistiltattoos
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A HOUSEHOLD WORD.?BUY YOUR CHTNA,
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Call and see numerous letters froin patients cured in
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Drs. FORD A JON' S, IB Bond street. New York.
Anew medical office, established by a
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lick of both sexes sent free in plain envelope, by enclosing a
just ago stamp to Dr. LAWRENCE, 14 Bond street, New
Absolute divorcks obtained in new york
and States where desertion, drunkenness, Ac., bu'Iisb-nt
cause. No publicity or charge till divorce obtained.
Advice free. M. HOWES, Attorney. 78 Nassau street.
A?official drawings of the kentucky
State Lotteries.
REHTUCKT STATU FX TWA?CLASS S61, SEPTEMBER 28, 1867,
a, 46. 40, 9. 9. 8. 66. 77. 6?. 20, 80, 35, 27.
(EICrUCkT STATE?CLASS 962, SEPTEMBER 28. 1867.
17, M, 26. 21, 78, 58 99, 65, 7, 15, 37, 40, 34.
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CKTTCET STATE EXTRA?CLAM 485, UTTUfBBR 38,1887.
3, 25, 58. 22, 86, 47, 2. 68. 28, 8, 18. 5, 73.
EXETHCET STATE?CLASS 486, SETTXMBER 27, 1867.
14. 23, ~ 17, 78. 2, 63. 57. 10, 26, M, 85, 61.
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For circulars of Kentucky State Lotteries address MURIAY.
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Prlxes rvshe<l and information given by addressing E.
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ALL PRIZES CASHED IN LEGALIZED LOTTERIES.?
Circulars and information furnished.
i. CLUTK, Broker, 176 Broadway and 153 Fulton street.
nOP.NS, BUNIONS, ENLARGRD JOINTS AND ALL
\J diseases of the feet cured by Dr. ZACHARIE, 760
i roadway.
DIVORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED HERB; ALBO
from States where cruel Leatment, drunkenness, one
rear's desertion Is logul cause; no publicity; advice free.
K. I. KISO, Counsellor at law, 240 Hroaiiwsy.
("YX-GALL WASHING FLUID.?UNPRECEDENTED
1J suocess; used by all the treat hotels for the laundry
md house cleaning. Bold by all grocers. Depot 946 Broad,
say.
17ERGVE8' ELECTBO-CHEMICALBATilS, NOS. 4 AND
V 6 East Eleventh street, corner Fourth avenue.?Celeirated
for cure of rheumatism, metallic, nervous and chronic
llseases. and all maladies peculiar to ladies.
yyrarming to the public.
Never use poisons for medicine, the effect being sure to
ihorteu the duration of life.
It Is now a full generation since I ftrat lifted my voice and
lenouncrd the practice of bleeding. Ills now less In use
uid should for humanity's sake be entirely abandoned.
Ir. diarrhtea, dysentry. colds, colics, chills and In painful
lircn?es generally the nervous svstcm and the hrain are
rrry sensitive. In these ases I hare known a single grain
>f opium to produce a drowsiness which ended only with
life. Neither leeches nor cupping availed to arouse the
patient from the stupor occasioned by that grain of opium.
May not the system t>e often in a condition to be fstally
?fTected by minute doses of nux vomica, strychnia, vermria,
tartar emetic, or other vegetable, m.neral or animal poison t
The poison in the tooth of a rattlesnake Is hardly the
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the effect upon man.
When you are sick it is a sign that matters are remaining
In the btnrels or circulation which need removal. PUR ; AHON
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rouse pain or airknesa. itv their uae you witf be aome urne
lure of Jovoua health "nee more, and t>esid** you
WILL. LIVE THE HAYS ALLOTTED YOU,
from the principle of life you poareai.
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bridge, England, priaeman and ax-acbolar of hia col.
lege, haa time disengaged for two puplla. Higheat refereucea.
Addroea CanUli.. room No. 9, I'niveraity Building,
Waahinglon aquare, Now York.
Apt S1NESS EDUCATION AT TRICK AND NICKER,
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at low lerma. Speneenao I'euuianahip, Bookkeeping,
Arithmetic, Spelling. Drawing, Ac La'Ilea depart nirnt
A| SMALL. SELECT FRENCH AND ENOL1SH
achool for children of both aeina, m the neighborhood
of Thirtieth aire t and Fifth avenue. For Circulars apply at
49 I'.aat Twenty-third atreet.
AN A CTTOMPMSI1RD V<>UNG LADT. WITH EXCELlent
teatimonlala, ia deeiroua of in?ti icting In primary
and Intermediate branehea of French and En :ll?h, aa vlalti"
: goeerneaa. Addreaa A. P. 8., Hrooklyn I'oat olllce.
ATOVNG LADY DESIRES VISITING PUPILS IN
French, Mualc and the Bngliah brancbee. Call on or
addreaa Inatructloo, IV West Fourteenth street.
A COMPETENT FRENCH OR SPANISH LADY CAN
have good lodginga In eichange tor In.lruc ion in the
above languages, In a reapectahle American family down
town. Kelerencea exchanged. Addreaa box 2.378 Pint office.
Aorrman~tkacurr of a high school in
New York wtahee to give leaaona In German, French,
Lrtln or Greek, lerma, ft to hia private residence, $1 M
elaewbere. Addreaa U. H.. 113 Herald olUce.
Bookkeeping. \t ruing, arithmetic, ac.-lkbaona
day or evening.?Meaara. DOLBK Alt teach bookkeeping
practically, as uaed in the beat New York houaea.
I hey alao remove stiffness, cramplDg or trembling, and make
elegant bualneaa penmen. Gentlemen can aecure private
room A
Charmer French institute, as and w east
Twenty-fourth atreet. will reopen September 17. Boarding
and Day School. Pnpils prepared lor college, Weat
Poini, Naval Academy and bualneaa. Primary department
for von ihj boy a Gymnasium, Ac. The proapectua of the
achool contalna the namea of the puplla for the laat twelve
yeara. Pror. EL1K CUARL1KK. Director.
1/YEN1NQ LEMONS FOR OCTOBER.?MENSES. DOLFj
BEAR, 409 Broadway, arv now receiving puplla day or
evening, for private Inatruetion In Istokkeeping. writing,
arithmetic, Ac N. B.?Neaara Dolbear give their personal
at trillion to every pupil and guarantee entire aatiafactton to
all.
TjlKENCH CONVERSATION AND LITERATURE BT
JP Profeaaor Parraln graduate of the Catholic Cntveraity
ef Louvaln, and Normal School of Faria (teachers' school).
27 Bond atreet.
FRKNCH~AND OBRMAN TAUGHT BT AN EXPE.
fie need profeeeor of languages, at |10 a quarter, at the
realdence of rnisla or at the profeaeor'a houae. Addreaa
Teacher, 10B M.vdougal atreet.
("NOVERNE"sS -WANfEDT~BY~ A YOl'bG LADY O*
T retlnement. a pnaltlon aaviaitlng govemeaa, or would
aaaiat In a aelert achool; can teach the Kugll-h braneheo
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A?FOR SALE, A KINK PAVING CORNER LIQUOR \
. mire, down lowu, oil m thorough btooueaa street, I
Bear the Bowery. Apply to P. GAFFN'itY, %i Bowary, uniO 1
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A rake chancr.-fob rale, tub lease. i a
Stock aud Fixtures of a first class corner liquor store: i r
could be altered to suit a* a restaurant. In the rldalu at ?
two railroad depots aud sieaiuboal landings. Apply to wit, I '
ABBOTT, 170 Chatham square. (
A STORE TO LET.-LEASK AND fUTUMMJMR U I
tale. Must be sold to-morrow. Apply at 17* Fulton. a
arenue, Brooklyn. ^ a
A LARGE BEATER AND LABOR LOT OF STORSa f, tj
Tablet lor sale cheap If removed immediately.
Gt STAY I S BAYLIES. MU Broadway.^ t
A DRUG STORE FOR KXCHANOE-FOR IMPROVED- 7
or unimproved real estate; It la well esUbUahadend* >In
a good iocabty.
KINO * CO., i
Noa. 9 and 7 Twenty-third street. Fifth avemto BetoL
A -FOR SALE. A LARGE, PAYING GROCERY"
rV. Store, up town ; good apart nienls, cheap real. Host ;
tola on Monday or Tuesday ul private sale, will be sold oar ,
Wednesday, at 10>? o'clock, strict, By P. GAFPNBT, Auctioneer.
25 Bowery.
TJAKEKS, ATTEXTION-A BARB CHANCE.?THET I
X> lease and fixtures of the Store and Basement at SUA
Atlantic street. Brooklyu, with a newly built oven and. 1
boiler attached; also dumb waiter and numerous other eon? I
sentences; hot end cold water in store and cellar. Alcoa
beautiful Saloon to serve nut ice cream, tea, coffee.*<x Bend
only $26 per month. Inquire on the premises. To be addImmediately,
as owner has other business to attend to.
Butter store, with stock, fixtures andgood
will, tor sals cheap, if applied far this week. Celt
at 102 Mulberry street, near CanaL
CIGAR STAND IN A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, DOIftO
$19 per day; large stock on hand; will either eeu or
take a partner. EDWARDS, S Liberty street.
fUOAR STOKE FOR SALE-IK THE upper partus
of Broadway, doing a good business. Iaqjilsa at al>- '
fred DUXBUK.Y, 38 Wall ureal, upstairs.
Drug store on broajdway?handsomrlt
furnished and wall stocked with faocy articles, ahem*
lcals and drugs; will sell for hair its value; proprietor leaving
city. KDWABDB, 23 Liberty sweat.
For sale?the best business corner ok
Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, paying from IS to 1A per cent,
cash on Investment. Permit* ouly from EL KACOlfBBR A
SON. 321 Fulton avenue.
OR SALE?LEASE OF STORE AND house. together
with Stock of Fancy Goods and Fixtures on Pa- ;
vonla avenue, Jersey City, very cheap; must be sold before
October I. Also several small Houses and desirable Building
Lots In all localities. Apply to POST A FIRTH, sue.
cessors to Evan Jones, Real Estate, House and Insurance
Agents, 19 Montgomery street, Jersey City, first block from
ferry.
fjiOR SALE-PLUMBEK's shop, in barboi#
street; twenty years estab'lshed, near Hudson; Stock
and Tools. Apply at 39U West street.
IjtOK 8ALE-MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, IN ope. <
' rationi water communication; good farm, fifty acres,
connected therewith: sightly location; sold together eF'
separately: one hour from city.
FkEZMAN A CO.. Knox building, 212 Broadway. j
ix)k Sale. ?the stock, fixtures, " ac!~~of
1 Stove and Housefuriilahltig Store; long established ana
located in the best part of this city. For funher information
Inquire or GEO. W. PAINE 34 Pine street.
OR SALE.-THE TIrsT"class liquor store.
No. SSI Uaeenwlch street, corner Christopher, with.
Stock, Fixture* and Lease. five years from 1st of May, 1WJ7;
license raid up to July 18&S; will be sold by public auction
on Wednesday next, October 2. at 12 o'clock.
lv)r SALE?STOCK, FllcTURES AND l.BA.-R of *
J1 ladies' hair bazaar, connected with halrdresaing; splendidly
fitted up, long eHU'.bllshed, fine location, near Broadway.
Apply at 97 Chrystlo ?t. HKINZMAN a CO.
IflOK SALE?STOCkTaNlTFIXTURES OF A CORNKIt '
1 (irocery. In Brooklyn; 3X years' lease. AddrssW
Grocery, Herald olhce.
OR SALE?AN ASSORTED STORE AND FIXTURES',
consisting of books, stationery, paper hangings, win
dow shades, Uoor and table ol cloths, toys, fancy articles*
Ac , Ac. Reasonable terms. Apply Immediately at No. 7
Canal street, near East Broadwa y.
ffURSALE c H EAP?Til REE STEAM TUGS; ONE ?}
1 one Si) and one 36 feet long, with 2U, 25 and 36 horsa
power engines. For particulars address 8. L. Roberts,
Bordentown, N. J. 1
F'OR 1ALE OR TO LET?FIRST CLASS DINING
Saloon in the best locality on Broadway. Inquire at
WALLER A PRATT'S, 25 Chambers street.
G~ R<K7KRY STORE FOR SALE?THE STOCK ANl4
Fi .lures of a Grocery Store on Grand street, Williamsburg;
thc'locatlou is a good one and a fair business Is trans,
acted in the store. ,
HUGHES A GREEN, 153 Grand at., Brooklyn, B. D. '
G_ ROGERY STORE-FOR SALE.?THE LEASE and t
Fixtures, with Stock, of a strictly first class corner
Grocery Store, with the remaining part of a four story brick
House, situated In the centre ol one of the principal are- ,
nues, and established thirteen years. First class ltoens* 1
paid to June next. Address H. H. M., Herald offloe.
t 1qcor store and dining boom.?lease^
JU stock, fixtures and license will be sold at auction Moo- .
day, if not sold atprlyste sale^ ^ ^ _
uaounUi) a injivan, a* vwmuuoh wm
ARRET STAND FOR SALE?AN EXCELLBNl
Stand, doing A profitable business; satisfactory reason*
given for eelllng. Addresa Charles Walter, Herald oflloe. .
EOTIKYING HOUSE FOR SALE.?THE EXXBN SIVA
Rectifying House 48 Broadway, being recently fitted ?
up In the most perfect manner, will bo sola cheap for eash.j ?
Besides the rectifying apparatus, It contains two new boiler*,
a large sized still, with copper work* of the first order*
Apply to CHAR DOHKKTY, W8 Wall etreet. #
S~AFB FOR SALE CHEAP-ONE OF T1LDSN A MoKarland's
make; nearly new. Apply at ISO and 18s
Duanc street. . f
OAKK.B FOR SALE CHEAP A LARGE herring*# k . f
p Patent Safe. Also two medium and oaa email Safe, of
Herring's, LUlle't and Wilder's make.
S. O. QUIKK, 72 William street,
fpHRrE SECOND HAND SAFES.?HERRING'S^ WiC.
1 dor's and Llillo'a make: also large Jewelers' Safe and
Herring'-< Burglar cheap; small Safe aud Desk. 7fi Maiden
lane, near William street. ,
?FOR SALE, THE LEASE, GOOD WILL^
pj.'lUU. Furniture and Bar of a Hotel near tbe
Battery, doiug a good business. Address A. X., Herald
oQice.
flHiSlCAL. ,
A LADY ARTIST DESIRES TO ACCEPT A 8ITT7A.
tlon as First Soprano In a church choir. Addresa A.
B., care of J. Sohubertn A Co.. 830 Broadway.
A GENTLEMAN WILL C.tVF. INSTRUCTION ON TH?
pl tnont pupil's residence for $10 per quarter; best of
referencea given. Address, with residence. Teacher, box l'J4Herald
ollice. i
AOERM VN PROFESSOR GIVES PIANO LESSONS.'
Slu a quarter, at pupil-*' or professor's bouse; lessone
private, clave ? being disadvantageous to pupils. Address
Professor, stationary, l.iau Broadway.
4 N EXPERIENCED TEACHER GIVES PIANO AN lb.
A singing les.-ous on moderate terms; method easy, rapid
and pleasing; privilege of practising everyday. IM West
Tliirtr-thlrd street, corner of Broadway.
C VENTRAL NORMAL MUSICAL CONSERVATORY, 242
J WAt Twenty-sixth street, between Seventh and Eighth
avenues.?Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Singing, Harmony.
Send stamp for circular. Lessons private. Call.
CHEVR'8 MUSICAL ISSTITUTE, BY JOSEPH
UORUA?Has removed to west corner of Thirty-ninth
street an 1 Sixth avenue. Entrance iu Thirty-ninth street.
Something new. Call for his circular.
CHE VP PIANO AND SINGING LESSONS WITH I'RI
viiege of dally practice, by an experienced teacher; else
a Piano tor sale. 121 East Fitiy-nlnln street.
ASON a~HAMLIN! " ?
MANUFACTURERS OF CABINET ORGANS,
im BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
have been awarded a
FIRST prize MEDAL AT THE paris exposition, ,
Fifty styles at $74 to $1 ton each. Second hand Instruments
of various makers el low prices. Organs to rent.
Musical.?persons desiring first clabs litstructlon
on Piano, Guitar, Violin, Btngiog or llarmouy.
please address Private Leaaone, 543 Broadway, careHall's
Music Siore. Term* moderate. Circulars ready.
U8iC.-$9 PKR MONIII FOR INSTRUCTION ON
the Piano, with practice, at 18$ Hudson street, near
Canal, and at 41$ West Thirtieth street, between Ninth and*
Tenth avenues.
USIOALT?WANTED, A TALENTED CHILD, MALE
or female, to adopt slid educate. Call at Central Normal
Musical Conservatory, 242 West Twenty-sixth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenuea.
SC HRoEDKR'fl MUSIC INSTITUTE. 84 FOURTH s
avenue, near Tenth street?Thorough instruction* (not
by classes) on the t'tano. Violin. Singing, Ac., at reasonable
terms. Also Pianos for sale and to let.
1 "" ' "Vhe'NatlanalConaerraloryof Manic. 1
63 Madison avenue. Term* $10 per quarter.
rilUE OKPllBON rRKE~CIIORAL ANlT CltOUL?BOY
1 ichools iMTCQih Miaaoul reopen for ladle*. girl* and 1
boy* In October. Application morired erery day from 4 ter.
6 o'clock, by en attendant. a( Orpheon Hull, Cnoper Union.
JEROME HOPKINS, Director.
O. N. Show. SecretaryE
NEW YORK CONSERVATORY-OP MTOIC,
82 iirtb amine, corner Kourteenth etreet; ttkJ Broad,. ,
war. and lib Uetnuen street, Brooklyn, b. Y.
NOW OPKN KUK I HE DECEPTION OP PtjriLS.
Terma?$lu per quarter.
mACHlMKIlY.
A?A.?STATION Ah Y BNUIIK*, ALL 81Z3S
. and price*, with or without variable cut-off..
PORTABLE ENUINKB. 4 to 40 norae power.
I TIKCli LA It SAW Mi ,,1,8. with our late lmproeemeatA
BOILERS? Tubular, Slue and Loeooiollve. . ,
WOOD A MANN, Steam Knglno Com pa nr.
I'lica, N. Y.. and 98 Maiden. I*ne. N. Y
A S. IVAVI-.'VV i CO.. sil.AVl PUMPS. KiiKBUll" |
A. ERR, FACTORIES, STBAMSHIM, MINES, *0.
TWENTY-SECOND "TKKKT, CORNS* Off SfBCOND*
A , EM B, NEW YORK.
HENOISBS AND BOIL* BR, STATION A R Y AND*
, portable, all *ir.e?; Lathe*, Planer*, Aurlln, Vice#.,
Pulley*, 8 ton* sheet Rubber. *l??blner? and loot* of ?tl
dew nption*, at HUFFMAN A KINNEY'S, 18i IVater atreet,
Brooklyn.
F~ OR SALE?TWO SKCONO HAND LATHEs, ONE T
loot bed, awtni 10 -inche* and acrew culling, and onn*
bra** lathe; aiao 10 aecond band rlaaa. tv be *uld eery cheap,
call and aiaraiue^ WA8HIM-RN k co ,3. Fhn alrMt
orT~Sale?SECOitn band. CHK^PPF.NOMKSI
Boiler*, Hhaftln*. Puller,. Helling, Ac ; beet maker*.
Apply to A. BRADY W Oreeneetreet.
E* tORSALE-TH REE At si INS F.MBOSff INO PRhS*.
ee. two of Darlington -- Pre****, also one of Hoe A Co.'a,
C*rd Preneea. Applr to W. s. ROWLAND. 18 Columbia.
tree*. New York, be-men 7 an PA V.. and after 4 P. M
JJtOR #ALE OR KXCIIA.NOK FOR ?W IIOR9K POWKR
X1 eoflne ?ISO ton Propeller In drst rate order at the
Marine Hallway, (Ireonpo.nt.
ORTABLK ENGINES. IMIOItftE POWKR, KOR 8AI7K
very cheap. by VICTOR BISHOP. SS Maiden lane; thiy
can be teen at letter, Palmer A Co.'t, iH Won street.
CTI.AM EX01K8R HOIEEKS AND M ACII1NRRV?
X_> IteT and second hand ; 45 horte Boiler, uaeil but littlerorjbl-1^
? 10 ud IS borne; .team Potnai bhafUnfc pS? .
toys end Beltm*. wtLLARD A miLlwaRjT
BM Water street, near Peek slip.

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