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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
From All Part3 of the
World.
RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
England Will Not Participate in
Their Little Fight.
BISMARCK DEFINES HIS POSITION.
Gtermany to Become the Protector
ol Austria.
A. CRISIS IN FRANCE.
The MacMahon Cabinet Sud
denly Goes to Pieces.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
[BY CABLZ TO THB HEBAI.D. ]
Londok, Dec. 3, 1876.
At lost Germany's position on the Eastern ques
tion Is understood. Not so long ago as to be for
gotten Lord Bcaconsfleld made some remarks upon
his policy. A few hours later the Czar took occa
sion to offer a few suggestions regarding Russia's
possibilities In the future. Tho I'orte then pre
tented a brief statement, In behalf of tho
Sultan, defining tho dangers which either
peace or war presented. Now wo 'hnvo the
pleasure of hearing from Prince Bismarck, who is,
without doubt, "the strongest minded" Prime Minis
ter in Europe. A very comical picture mffeht he
drawn ol the Prince in the Emperor's study telling
tVUllam I. what must lie done to head off Russia
and to hoodwink Austria at tho same time. Even
now I can hear His Imperial Majesty say as the
Prince proceeds, "Ya, mcin freund?ya!"
ANOTHER DINNER SPEECH.
The German l^rlme Minister gave a Parliamentary
dinner on Friday night, at wnich he took occasion
to explain to his guests the policy of his govern
ment. Whether they beliere 1 him sincere regard
ing the Austrian feature of his speech or not re
mains to be learned. Prince Risuiarck began by
?aying that lie would make a full state
ment ot Germany's policy on the occasion
of tho debate In Parliament, when the esti
liates were read. However, at this time, he
tould see no objection to hinting at the political
lituation and the manner m which Germany pro
posed to meet It. He then laid down as a fact tiiat
Germany would assume a strictly neutral attitude
upon the declaration of war in the East, and that
only when Austria's vital Interests were threatened
would tho moment for the abandonment of Ger
many's reserve arrive.
A TRIBUTE TO ENGLAND.
lie deprecated the occupation of tho Ra'.kan
principalities by Russia, and expressed admiration
of England's course, referring with apparent pride
to the ancient historical tics which had bouud the
two nations together, and to the closer alli
ances of late years. lie declared that lie
would do all in his power to prevent
even a possible alienation of such friendly
relations. He said the preservation of peace ought
not yet to be despaired of. "Rut If war ensues,
which certainly seems probable, Russia and Turkey
will, after a time, tire of it. Then Germany will be
able to mediate with better prospects of success
than now. Advice to Russia now would anger the
Russian nation, which would be worse than a
passing dispute with a government."
A DANGEROUS PROTECTOR.
Trince Bismarck "hoped England would not wage
open war against Russia, but at most a sort of un
onleial warfare, similar to Russia's proceedings in
Servln. If Austria's existence Is threatened Ger
many would support her, thus unselfishly continu
ing to net like leatf in the framework which canses
i puppet to stand upright. Austria, moreover,
possesses greater vitality than most people
think." It will thus be seen that the weight which
tho Prince attaches to Germany's relations with
Austria took a particularly prominent place in his
observations. He concluded his speech as follows:?
??if war break out-it Is requisite it should be local
ized, and therefore England should be Induced not
to Isolate herself from the other Powers and engage
in a quarrel with Russia." it is a source of regret
to be compelled to say that this speech docs not
produce a favorable Impression In London.
RUSSIA TO OCCUPY l'.OUMAMA.
Agents of the Russian government are travelling
In Roumania to ascertain the condition of the roads
and bridges, tho exact dlstanco between certain
points and the quantities of the provisions and
forage obtainable. They arc also directed to ascer
tain the sentiments of tho population. A Russian
commission has assumed the management ol the
railway connecting Russia and Roumania
SIG XI PICA XT MOVEMENTS.
General Tcbernayeff has arrived In Pcsth. Tho com
manders of tho four Russian mobilized army corps
have arrived at Ktcbincff. Csptnin Maximoff, from
Belgrade, General TrhornayefTs aide-de-camp, has also
jone to Kichineff on a confidential mission.
CKKTHAI. ASIA AXI> RUSSIA.
At the Russian capital it looks very much ss if they
were trying to Ond somo such nn excuse lor using tho
100,000 men roncenirntod at Tillls as Hint "trumped up**
for the Kblvan campaign. The insinuation is now made
Hint Turklsinn is liKoly io I invaded. The Journalde j
Si. Pe-rrtburg announces that tho Afghans have con
jcutratcd 10,i 00 well equipped troops at Herat either
|o invade the Proviure ol Snstan or tho town of Merr
In Turkistnu.
Salisbury's ori.xinx*.
Tho Marquis of .Salisbury embarked at Rrlndisl yes
terday lor Constantinople. Tito Opinione (newspaper), j
ol Rome, says tho Marquis of Salisbury's declarations i
exclude tho idea of England's going to war with Kos- i
Mo, but regard war between Turkey and Russia as in- I
it liable. The Time* yesterday, In Its financial article, j
remarks that n similar impression is almost universal
tu the Loudon .-lock Exchange.
PROTECTION foil ASKHICAN Clfes.XS.
it would appear as if the United Stales government
tad taken the uiivico ol mo Hknai.d III sending a
Itcumcr to protect the American citizens In Constant!
Oople. Tiki Herald's correspondent in the Turkish
espitsl declared that tlie grossest outrages upou the
property ol American citizens were openly perpetrated
and connived at by the government. Tho United
Si alee corvatto Valid nils sailed Irom Messina, Slcuy,
en November 28 for Constantinople.
TU K VRKXCH m.XlaTMUAt, TROUBLES.
In eonscqtitiicc of recent occurrences in the French
Chambers the Ministry yesterday tendered its
resignation. President MacMahon, howcver, Insisted
upon their retaining oBce, at leaal for the present.
The Cabinet meet* to-day to diaousa the subject- Tba
government also formally gate notice in tbe Cham
ber ol Deputies of tbe withdrawal of tbe bill on the
burial of member* ol tbe Legion ol Honor. The
House, by a vote of 370 to 23, passed an order of tbe
day, which was accepted by the government, express
ing coo adeuce that in luturo the government will, '.n
regard to this matter, respect the liberty of conscience
and equality of all cilucns. Discussions on ine budget
will probably cause the postponement o! Minister
Dulaure's rcslgualh n until the commencement ot
January, when a series of eonCiets between
tb* scnato snd the Chamber ol Deputies will cer
tainly commence.
COMMCNJ6T9 rASPCNSD.
An official decree bos been publ.shcd In Perls com
muting or rcanemg ine sentences of 107 communists.
Several men huve been granted full pardons
Tl'SXIT AFFUCTEU WITH a* ixcxdatiox.
An inundation has occurred at Adnanopls, by wblcb
1,000 bouses were swept away.
cxsectahian kdccatiox.
Tbe elections for tUc London School Board show an
Increased majority in favor of maintaining the system
of unssctarian education.
rtSAjfcui.
During the past week money baa been decidedly
firmer, and floating balances, though generally su!3
clcnt for present demands, were not so lurge. There hue
been an increased inquiry lor accommodation owing
to Slock Exchange settlement and the approach of the
4th of the month. Hates lor the beat ibreo months'
bills are now 1a l>t, w ith an upward tendency. On
tbe Stock Kxcbange attention has becu tnucb occupied
with settlement, which was satisfactorily completed.
Tho amount ol bus.ucss throughout tho week has
been only moderate. Norertheloc-a fluctuations lu
some descriptions of securities have been rather wide.
Prices aro generally lower on tho week In conse
quence ol nalavorablo political rumors atid the plenti
ful supply ot slock. Consols for Immediate delivery
snd January settlement receded 7-10. Titers has
been a general reduction in boms railways.
Canadian linos are dull, and In two or threo
Instances lower, the traffic receipts continuing to
show n large tailing oil. In foreign* South Americans
and Spanish have been firm, hut others wero lower.
Santa Ed's were 3}? bettor, Kntrc-Ktos 'J',, Bolivian
ilueuos Ayrcs, Paraguayan and Peruvian 1 nnd
Argentine %){, Egyptian wcro "good" at the com
mencement of the wook, bnt declined subsequently.
Khedives ore IS', lower aud the others ,'i tol. Hun
garian and Russian have been the heaviest stocks in
tho markot, and declined? to & Italians are 1lower.
Argeotintf;<Turkish and French ore also lower. To
day homo railways generally declined. Tho markets
were vcr and generally show a decline. Hun
garian lias lailon 1 to 1J? on the day, and Russia to
Hie most Important movomcnt has been a (all ol
SJ-f In Argentines. This was purtly caused by an un
confirmed telegram reporting an insurrection in Kntre
Rio*. Uruguayan has fallen 2, and most of tho South
Americans are fractionally worse. United States
stocks closed firmer, hut without recovery in price.
Tho dechno in the United States llvo per cent funded
loan is caused by heavy sales on Dulcb aud Herman
account.
COMMERCIAL.
The Mincing Lane markets remain steady despite
political alTalrs, and in a lew cases show some further
Improvements. Thcro huvo been further large and
partly speculative transactions in rice. Tho quantity
of llurmuh rice afloat en route to Europe Is much less
than that lit the corresponding period last year. The
Improvement in sugar continued until Monday, whou
prices attained their highest. Since then It has been
decidedly quiot, out holders are Ann In view of small
stocks, and tho advance was maintained nt tho close.
Refined was rather slow of silo on Friday. Thcro has
been an unproved demand for some common qualities
ol coffee at higher rates. Plantation Ceylon obtained
very extreme prices; tho largo dcilvorles In Holland
tan month having brought tbe Netherlands Trading
Company's siock down to a very low point?namolv>
201.000 bags, against 629,000 Inst year at the same date.
Tea is still quiet. Common grades of Congou have
mot with an export demand at some recovory. Salt
petre was firm. Cinnamon at tho sales on Monday sold
freely at Id. to 6d. per lb. lower. Black pepper was
raihor lower.
SrKCIR FOR AMERICA.
Tbe Ccnard steamer Batavla sailed from Llvorpooj
yesterday for New York, with ?1,250,000 In gold.
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.
Fortress Monroe, Dec. 2, 1870.
Sailed, United States steamer Huron, for Port Royal.
Arrived, United Slates stoamcr Plymouth, from Nor
folk.
RETURN OF TROOPS.
St. Locir, Dec. 2, 187&
Thrco companies of tho Kifib United States artillery
arrived here to-any from Fort Sill, L T., and left to
night tor New York.
BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
Sax Fkascisco, I>cc. 2, 1876.
The eighth and last assessment of ton per cent on
thn capital stock of the Dunk of Culifornia has hern
paid in lull. Thin repairs tho capital to Its original
figure ot $.">,000,i>00. I'ho svnUlcato organized shortly
aner the suspension ol tlie o.ink to ns-usl in the work
of rehabilitation has wound up its aduirs and dissolved.
CORNER IN TRADE DOLLARS.
Sax Fkan-jisco, Cal., Dec. 2, 1870.
A corner in trndo dollars was occasioned to-day by
the demand for shipment to China nnd the (act that
one of the local hanks recently deposited it largo
amount of stiver nt tliu mint for coinage lulu trndo dol
lars, thereby monopolizing its working capacity nnd
virtually treezing out other hanks. Trade dollurs nro
now quoted at pur, null as there nro ahout 1.Out),two
ounces of silver at the mint yet to be eomed Into trndo
dollurs. mostly deposited by the above mentioned
honks, the comer Is likely to continuo lor some time.
Several hankers have telegraphed to New York lor a
supply.
RAILROAD MEN IN CONFERENCE.
Locisvim.k, Ky? Dec. 2, 1876.
Cclonol Tom Scott and other railroad men arrived
hero this morning and are nt the (?alt House In con
sultation with loading railroad men of this city. It is
thought that he designs purchasing the lioulsville,
Cincinnati and l.exmgton llnilrond, by which a direct
route irom New York to I.ouisvilhi will bo under Ins
control. The sale ol said road was to have takun placo
on Monday, but has necn postponed by order ol tuo
Chancellor.
FALL OF A MILL.
St. Doris, Dec. 2, 1876.
A large five story brick mill hero, used lor grinding
hominy grits and corn weal, occupied by the Wood ?
Mmdc Milling Company, fell about five o'clock this
morning wlih a terrible crash, and nltno<t every part
ol It was deniohsncd. The mill was in operation at
the time, all tlio g.n jets burning, and a large heating
siovo st red heat, yet strange to sny nothing look lire.
Four men in the mill at tnu tune went down with ttio
wreck, but none more seriously hurl. The machinery
In the mill cost $4'>,fi00. The total loss canuot bo
ascertained to-ntgbt.
STORES AND STABLES BURNED.
Xkw ItiirxswicK, X. J., Dec. 2, 1876,
A fire broke out about one o'clock this morning, in
the grocery store situated on the steamboat wlmrl of
State Senator I? D. Jarrard. By three o'clock the
store, together with the Canal stable adjoining, was
completely dosiroycd. There was u largo stock in the
grocery store which Is a total loss. Tne books were
saved. 1 h? sianlo, w hich was .'100 feet long by 60 feel
wide, was completely gulled. I he loll was filled with
hay ami grain uiid is a total loss, fhero worn about
?JOO mules in the stable, all of which were saved. Tho
loss i? about $2&,UU0) partly insured in several Newark
(Y .1.) coriipaiiie-. ilie fire is supposed to bo tho
work ot an incendiary.
A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR FJRE.
Detroit, M.cb., Dec. 2, 1876.
A fire nt Alp n.a, Mich., at half-past two o'clock this
morning, destroynl Myers' lllock .and tho adjoining
building fh? entlro lows lit buildings and stock is
about $10,000; lusured lor $7,out).
AN ACCOMMODATING JAILER.
j>t. l.ncis, Dee. 2, 1870.
Tho aiinii jury have found several indictments
against County Jailor Schulier fur pcrmittiug prison
ers under sentence to go about tho streets ot the cur,
in eotne lustunccs without cvuu the escort ol an
?tflccr.
WASHINGTON.
Opinions of Republican Leaders on j
the Crisis.
A DUALITY OF SENTIMENT.
Proceedings Last Night at the
Democratic Caucus.
MR. RANDALL FOR SPEAKER.
Committees To Be Sent to the Three
Doubtful States.
FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
Washixotos, Dec. 2, 1878.
XHB TWO REPUBLICAN VOICES?THE CRT OP
"REGULARITY" AND THE CRT OP "COMPRO
MISE"?r.UTH AND DISBELIEF IN THE LOU
XSIAXA RETURNING BOARD?A TIMS OP EX
CITEMENT AT HAND IS TI1E HOUSE OP REP
RESENTATIVES.
There are two voices here among the republicans,
hut It must ho confessed that ono ot them la weaker
lliati tho other. The stronger voice says this in posi
tive tones:?"There have been great outrages and cru
elties in iAiulsiana. Tho negroes have born
Intimidated. Tho press boa grossly inisrepre
rented the Returning Hoard. So far Hint
llonrd has done its plain duty under the laws of tho
Stat). That law has boon declared constitutional; If
the Hoard declares iho state lor Hayes, ami observes
all the legnl lornis In dnlug so as it Is doing, and if the
electors eond the proper and logal certlflcato of their
voto lor Hayes to bo counted, there is no const!) uttonal
way id which Congress can Interlore; no way by which
thuactiou of theStatc through the Returning Board, and
the Electoral College can lie disturbed, an4 Mr. Hayes
will have tho State. Wo have only to see I hat the
forms and letter of tho law aro strictly followed. Con
gress has no power to remedy any supposed wrong,
nor Is it proper now to suppose there will be wrong
done. There is no cvldonco that the Hoard means to
do wrong. It Is composed of respectable men."
"But," asked a listener, ?'suppose that thoro is a
general belief in the public mind tbat the verdict oj the
Board when It comes In is wrong f"
Tho reply was, "Congress cuunot act on general be
liol. It must accept ihe properly authenticated cer
tificate of tho electors. Tney nro Sinto ofllcers, and
the foderal government might as well utteinpt to say
' who shal^be Sheriff ot a county. Congress must oh
servu the constitution. Governor Hayes may. If bo
chooses, say he will not serve; or bo may ask an
elccior in some Stato to chango liis voto; but in my
Judgmeut, If tho majority uf electors properly certified
vole lor Hayes, wo canDol go behind that to examine
into the action of returning boards."
This was said by a republican who will necessarily
bo ono ol the leaders in Congress this winter in any
discussion ot this subject.
On the other .hand tho moderate republlenn volco
gays"It looks like this, to nio; suppose Hayes has
.South Carolina, which Is probable; suppose be honestly
gels Florida to tbo satislaotion of both sales, as Is
probable, tbo decision will (lien rest with Louisiana. I
should set ustde the verdict ol tno Returning Board; its
proceedings havo not tho confidence of the public.
They bave already pettifogged too much. Tho people
aro not going to cloct a President by such petty trick,
cry as ezc'udiiig returns because they bvo withhold by
Supervisors, or because they como llvo minutes too
late. Men like Kdmunds, Anthony and others in the
Senate are r.ot going to stand that. It now appears
tbat there is a democratic majority claimed In tho
boxes and on tho voto actually cast of a litilo over
5,000, according to tbo letter signed by Mr. Trumbull
and others. There appears only about a dozen parishes
in dispute; surely bolwcen now and the 14th of February
all the cvldonco which enn be prescnlud by both aides
regarding Intimidation and Iraud on either side can bo
thoroughly sifted, uodan absolutely satis'nctory con
clusion arrived at about the voto of the State. That
scorns to me not only possible but sure to bo done. It
is easy to bo done, and there ore compotcnt men so
ready to do It that lor either side to rcfuso would bo
lata) In It.'*
IIow strong and bow pertinacious those re
publicans will be who would scrutinize
the vote remains to be seen. .At this timo they aro
undoubtedly In a minority id their party, and the re*
publicans who delcna the character and acta of the
Louisiana Returning Board aro both more numerous
anu influential. The session promises to bo very ex
citing. Tbcro Is manliest already a good deal ol Irri
tution between tbo two parties. Leading republicans
do not scruple to say that they expect no fair
piay from tho- democrats in tho Houso, and
unless wise counsels prevail the House will
becomoubunr garden uncommonly early iu the ses
sion. The Southern outrage business will be pushed
by tho cxtrerao republicans and nbuso will take the
place of argument. It Is certain that the whoto course
of events in tho disputed Stales, not only since, but
bcloro tho election, will ho brought up (or discussion,
and probably what has happened In South Carolina
will bo mado a mutter of furnml inqalry. Reports and
papers being demanded, it Is doubliui It either sldo has
yet determined on Hie plan or campaign.
FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPON DEblT.
Wasiu*gtox, Dec. 2, 1878.
THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS?ELKCITON OF MB.
RANDALL AS SPEAKER?A RESOLUTION TO BE
INTRODUCED IS TIIE HOUSE OS MONDAY
ASKINO FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COMMIT
TEES lO THE THREE DOUBTFUL STATES.
The democratic Congressional caucus met this morn
ing, at the Capitol, to make a ."election of candidate
for Speaker. Mr. Lnm.ir, of Mississippi, presided.
Nearly one liundre t and lorty members were present.
Immediately alter the caucus waf railed to order
Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, took tho floor, and declined
to be a candidate. Ho said that In vloiv ot recent occur
rences In Hie political world, lie h id believed he would
have been host ahle to subservo important Interests iu
theehatr, but bo was now satislled that tho announce,
meut ol his candidacy had c >mo too laic. Tho mem
bers wero so largely committed already to other
gentlemen that they could not support him except by
acting In bad faith toward their first cboice. To savo
his friends the oalti of not voting lor him he would,
therefore, withdraw his namo.
Mr. It indall. ol Pennsylvania, wns then nomlnatod
by Mr. Clynier. ul'O of 1'enn.sylvania; Mr. Siyler, of
Oblo, was nominated by General Manning,'of (Clio; j
Mr. Cox, of New York, was Dominated by Mr. Scott
Lord, who took occasion to pay a eulogistic tribute
to tho long services and unswerving adherence of Mr.
Cox to tno demoe.ratic party. A ballet was taken that
resulted in 78 votes tor M.. Rindalland 8.1 lor Mr. Vox,
whereujion Mr. Randill was declared the demo
eratto*candidate for Speaker, and a committee duly
appointed went in quest ol Dim and lUtrodeced him to
the meeting. lie accepted the nomination, he
said, With a high appreciation of tiio honor.
He would respect the rights of both
parties on the floor of tho House, and
would administer Its rules on the principle of Justice
and equity to all. lie concluded with the significant
declaration that he would maintain tho rights of the
House ol Representatives as a co ordinate branch ol
the government.
Mr. Hewitt, of Now York, oflerell a resolution touch
ing the propriety ol appointing a committee to pre
pare resolutions providing lor an Investigation of the
elections In Hie disputed .Southern Stains, but It was
not pressed to a vote, mo Chairman ruling that suchfn
matter was hardly within the purview Of aCSUCOS i
luecling, aud would be better loll to the action of the j
House, alter it had been given tree discus-ton in regular j
session. It would be wiser too that such resolutions ]
should not como as the dictation of a pany caucus, |
but rather as tho deliberate work ol C'ongro s. The
caucus then adjourned.
The friends ot Mr. Cox are well satisfied with the I
run he mado tor Speaker, and say that tl the Southern ,
trains bad not been delayed this evening be
would bare bad enough roles le fire bim the nomi
nation. ?
Tbe selection of a new Speaker does not ebanct the
committee organization, nor will tl materially rary
tbe patronage of the Homo
GENERAL WASHINGTON DESPATCHES.
WAnniaorox, l>ec. 1, ISTd
a bhort session o: tiie cabinet.
There w.n a short session of tbe Cabinot at tbe Ex
ecutive Mansion this morning, at which the mem
bers wore present excepting Secretary Kisb and Sec
retary liobeson. It is understood tbat later official re
port! Irom General linger wore read by tbe Secretary
o! War. It was believed tbat there war no necessity
for any additional ofticlal action by the government at
present, and the meeting adjourned after it had lasted
about twenty minutes
THE ACCOUNTS CF J** COOKE 4 CO.
Oo Inquiry ax 10 tbo accounts of Jay Cooke, MrCul
locb & go. vrnh the government, it Is ascertained (hat
their accounts, as the lluancial agents in London of tbe
Navy Department, have beon -elilod in tbe Treasury
and paid in full. Secretary liobeson says that their
indcbteune-s on lb* navy account, when they went
Into liquidation under English law on ihe bankruptcy
of soaio of their patrons In this country, wax fully se
cured and hud been gradually paid. L*mi! lust sum
mer It was reduced to about $360,000, which has ?lnee
been paid, and tbe wholo indebtedness discharged.
No advunct-s were ever made to the house ol Jay
Cooke k Co., and that houso never owed the govern
ment on the nury accounts.
DISASTER ON LAKE ERIE.
A SCIlOONKR WITH All, ON BOARD LOST.
Ci.kvbi.am), Ohio, Dec. 2, 1ST0.
A severe northwest wn.d h.is prevailed here lor tho
past three dnvs, preventing vessels from leaving port
A schooner, supposed io bo tbo Gale, ol Erie, Ha.,
foundered yostorday oil' the hoidland-, ne.-.r {'airport.
Tha rablii and two trunks liavo been washed
ashore. One of iho trunks contained ladies'
cloihuig. An urtlclo from the wreck, bearing the
name "S. P. Gale" was also lound. The schooner
Gale was loaded with limcs'one, hound from the
Islands to Krte, and Is overdue. It u bolieved all of
Ihe crew havo perished.
THE RATTLE OF TRENTON.
CTNTKSNrAll OFLEBRATIOJC OF THE TCRNIXQ j
POINT OF THE REVOLUTION?A SHAM FlOllT I
AND OTHER DEMONSTRATIONS.
Trenton; N. J., Doc. 2, 1876.
F.xtenslvo preparations aro already undor way in |
this city for commemorating the 0110 hundredth onni- I
vcrsnry ol tbo battlo of Trenton on Iho 26th tost. Thin |
battle, it Is said, "was the turning point of the Revo- j
lution.'' Au Kxecutlvo Committee has been appointed !
to make preliminary arrangements and draw p'ans lor J
the coicbrutlon, consisting ol Adam Kxton, chairman;
Lieuteiinnt Lewi* U. C.sson, secretary, and Lieutenant
TV. II. .Skirm, treasurer. Tbo other members are Oon
eral Runlng. Frederick Koebling, Jolin Taylor, Assem
blytr.an oleot \V. S. Yard, Captain l'eicr Wllkos, Chan
cery Clerk 11 S. Utile and John Exlon. A Finance
Commit tec has been appointed, consisting ol Moisr*.
John Taylor, \V. S. Yard and F. Rocbling. The Ex
ecutive CommUtoo has agreed that the City
Troop ol Philadelphia, the Continental (iuurus
ol 1'rlneoton. and Hie Seventh regiment, Xlato
?ntlitla. be invned to participate lu a sham battle, which
will beUjo leading leature ot the day's exercise*. It j
I* pri.pi5h.-d to have about 4,01.0 men In balllo array,
|?, ||( ( , JII^Tl I t IU llu V t ItUUUk T,"Vl" ??? ? ??? * ? ?
rcpresofllng both the Continentals and Hesainna. I ho
Continental army will proceed to Washington's Cross
ing ou tJbristmas night and inuroh to ibis city at lour
o'clook ttext morning, where it will be met by iho
He**iaMB>aud host littles will commence. The Com
mon ffltliacilol this cliy will appoint a committee
to co-operate with iho committee ot cluxans lu making
arrangement*. In Iho olternoon, alter ttie battle, a
meeting will be held at Taylor Bull, which will bo ad
dressed bv ex-L'nlted Stales Seuutor John P. Stocstou,
u descendant ol a Revolutionary family. It iu Intended
to make lliis celebration iho grainiest and most im
pressive ihat ever took place in New Jorsoy. Next
Wednesday evening another meeting of the committee
will be held, whoa tbo details ol tho celebration will
be considered.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER DEPORT.
Omen
War Dki-artjibxt, )
of tiik Chick Siu.nai. Orricxa, S
Wabiiinoton, Dec. 3?1 A. M. )
For the South Atlantic States, generally clear
weather, slight rise in temperature, light north to
west wlnas and slight changes iu baromcior.
For the Uult States, cloar or portly cloudy woathor,
?lowly rising temperature, northerly winds, shilling
to northeust snd southeast In the southwest and slowly
falling barometer during tho day.
For Tennessee and the Onto \ alley, clear or partly
cloudy weather and toinpcraturo below frocziug, light
northerly to westorly wiuds and rising followed by
tailing buromotcr.
For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri val
loys, clear or lair weather, low but slowly rising tem
perature, winds shiltiug to easterly and southerly and
stationary or slowly tailing barometer.
For tho Lake region, partly cloudy weather, Areas
ol light snow, slowly rising barometer, light northerly
to westerly winds and slight changes in temperature,
followed In tho western portion ol tho Upper Lake
region by varlablo wiuds, rislug temperature and (ail
ing barometer during Sunday night.
For Now England and tho Middlo Stalos, partly
cloudy weather continues, with no chongo in tempera
lure; fresh northorly to northwesterly wind*, slowly
rising barometer und light snow In the northern por
lions.
Tho Ohio and Central Mississippi rlrors will fa!
sowly.
txie weather yesterday.
The following record will show Iho changes In the
temperature lor tbo past twenly-lour hours, In com
pnrison with Iho corresponding dato of lust year, ns lo- j
dtcatcd by tho thermometer at lluduut's pharmacy, j
IIkbaui HUildlng_:? ig.o 18:a |
3 a M I I 17 8:30 1'. It M Si'
a a. m ii n "!',w
?A. u u w ,V'SI iff o\
12 2* " *l o0^.
Average temperature yestcr-lay
Average tcmperaturo lor eorrespoiidluu Unto last ^
1K7A 1*76
Weekly average 2b 4-7 30 2-7
ICE ON THE HUDBON.
1'OWniiKKF.i-atr., Dec. 2, 1*7(1.
Special despatches to iho show that tho Ilud
ton ltiver is covered with Iigh. Ico from Castlctoa
south lo *tuyvos ml, and sailing vessels aro huiryicg
to winter ipa irters.
v snow lorm prevailed tills afternoon.
The u-ermoiii-'ter I Ins morning was six degrees be
low zero.
THE ALBANY BOATS.
A in A NT, Dee. 2. 1S70.
The cold weather If threatening a e!o*e of the river
by ice. It is thought thai the ?leainboau will make
their last trip front this city to-nlghi. TheCitvof
Trov weiit down early inl* afternoon. The Dean Rich.
mnnd leti about live o'ul ek. The way bums snd low
boats have gouo into winter quarters.
A CHILD FROZEN TO DEATH.
Fi,vsiii.ng, Dec. 2, 1876.
At Jamaica, last night, a child of Divt-.l Levy was
frozen to death. The lather left the child iu the rare
o! Jan- While, who went lo bed leaving ihe liitlc ono
:ii tho barn, where It was found dead tb's morning.
FISH FOR ENGLAND.
Fandwich, Out., Dec. 3, 1876.
A largo quantity of wluio Oeh eggs Irotn the govern
monl Ush breeding eslnbllstirnent at this plnco havo
been sent to Fnglnnd lor the purpose ot introducing
while fish Into the water* of Ureal Britain.
EXCISE REMOVALS.
At a secret mooting of tho Hoard of F.x-lse yosterdsy !
the to!' ng clerk* wore disinlMt-d:?11. J. Koerner, 1
John and C. S. Storm*. Michael Wb ileu. In*
speel- ?a* ulso removed. The CoinmiS*tonefS say
ih? r-uiovals wero nmdo lor tho purpose ol reducing
expenses.
BROOKLYN FIDE MARSHAL'S REPORT.
-lire Mar.-hal K-sdv reports that dnriog the past
month there occurred twenty-three dree. Ttieiosson
buildings and content* sggregitcd $11,836, on which
there was uu insurance to ihe amount <>l v;1,809. !?o
tier-one w-re arrentcd lor iiiccndinri-m, but in l>otb
in-tun?* w-rn not bold on in.ii cuafge. Itierv **r*
tail deaths Irom burning u?r tho month, sl*o two ehil
drtu seiercly borho^rhut whu subsequently recovered.
TIIE PELHAM COACH.
Some lime since It was announced that Colonel De
linrcr Kane proposed to discontinue bis coaching trips
to I'eibam, and a placard in front or the Hotel Bruns
wirk inloruied the pnbllc that the canary colored
vehicle would leave that establishment yestoruav
for ibe last lime thta acaaon. Worn on ibe l?t of
May I'olonrl Kane took the rihbona in hand for the
Inuugurativo drive, and the horn ol the guard, ringing
oat musically, awakened tuneful echoes aucb
m ruth avenue bad never heard before,
tbera was a crowd assembled on the walk
wblcb gazed with admiration upon the equipage and
expended a great deal of breath In giving driver, guard
and all a suitable ovation. >'or weeks and montaa
alter that ibe portico of iho Hotel Hrunswick
and the pavement in Irom wis covered with
a mass of well dressed humanity, sad all through tho
bright, tunaliluy weather the hour ot Ave o'clock
brought together the inevitable groups of gentlemanly
(igbtaocra to witness tbe arrival of the eoach. That
vehicle became for ? lime the talk of the town
It ha 1 come before the public as a nlue days' wonder,
but It retained Its hold upon curiosity lor a much
longer period, and even uowr, when the season has
drawa to a closo and It Is to coaso traversing the old
rue ie, the charm of novelty clings toll still. .So at
least the crowd who yesterday gathered at tho start
Inz place reeltied 10 Indicate. It was bitterly cold,
and odd flakes ol snort drilled through the nlr at times
but IhO crowd did nol seem lo cgfe ? jot lor that, and
they si a red harder, cheered louder and
gazed longer alter the canary conch than
tliev had ever done in the balmy day* of the trip's in
ception I'lie occupants ol seats lor the lliiui drive
were Me?sr*. Nicholas Kane, (}. Barnwell, J. Iv. J.ow
j rcnee, 11. Veering, S. Cowing, II. nay, t;. K mc. <?.
i Steward. C. Steward and Mr. K. Sherman. At the mo
I mcnt of aluriing Colonel Kane mounted tho bo\, took a
I sert of valedictory glanee at tne crowd ami gathered
I up the riboons. t hen Mr. r'owfips, the guard, winded
I his horn, aud before lis cheerful notes hud died away
iho roach rattled o(T aid went up the avenao
m a lively pace, wan rones and blankets
flattering irom the seals and wim nccasion.il
musical flourishes on the horn mingling with the clat
ter ol the horses' leet. Though tho wind was threat
ening and the air was sharp ilio occupants ol tho
I coach did not seem a whit annoyed, and evideti'ly
j ihev thoroughly enjoyed the lust trip ol tho i'elliam
coach,
I Wince the 1st of May the coach has run every day,
I except Sundays mid on one or two occasions when it
j llgurcU among the equipage* of I ho Coaching
I Club. L'uui July 5 I'elnam was tho ter
iniiius of the drive, hut Irom that (Into till
September $ ilio route was exiendotl lu
New ItocBelle. Colonel Kane In undertaking such an
1 enterprise looked to the reereatlou it would uflord linn
and Mill more to the stimulus it would be calculated lo
give coaching in this country. The resu't goes lo show
that bis expectations inhoih regards were I caused.
?CUOOKKD" WHISKER.
SEIZURE OF AN ILLICIT DISTILLERY ON WEST
FORTY-FIRST STREET.
Ono of ilio most important seizures that tins taken
plare In iho city for yeurs urns tuuilo yesterday by a
posse of Internal revenue officers, under command of
Mr. MoLear. The establishment seized Is at No. 533
West Forty-llrst street, In tho rear ol a cooper shop.
It was lound to bo fitted up with all possible precau
tions against detect.on.
I.arge ,and costly mash tubs and stills, with tho
various other apptirteiiauces for making whiskey, woro
found in lull operation, and doors and passageway*
loading front tho cellar to avouues of escape were dis
covered. A clever coutrivaneo lor disposing of tho
escaping steam was found In a hoxu which
carried it Irom tho oscape pipo under ground.
Tho stcnin ittelf was supplied from tho tec
tllylng establishment cpposito. Tweuty-flvo thou
sand dollars worth of property was seized.
A suspicion that tho pluco was ''crooked" was en
tertained by tho revenue ofllcors souio days ago, but
so carolully woro tho tracks covered up that they
could not get sulllclcnt proof. Yesiordny morn
ing Mr. . Mcl.ear, with eight oflleers, called
on Sergoant Sbultz, of tho polico boat Son ecu,
and rcqticstod his cooperation In making
the seizure. This being glvon they boarded tho Seneca
at tho loot of Last Seventeenth street, and la u few
moments tho tioat steamed away on her mission. Tho
destination was a secret, and the boat quietly steamed
nrm.ud tutu tho North ltivcr. When opposito IVest
Fortieth street tho boat was beaded lor the pier
and about nlnu o'clock alio lay at tho loot of West
Forty-llrst street. Tho revenue officers then went
ashore and wero followed by tho police, who wero only
present to proven I a breach ol iho peace. Then it
iransptred that tho object ol the voyage was lo boa
descent on Edward Roche's place, No. 6311 West Forty
llrst strcot.
The polico were under tho cliargeof Sergeants Shujrz
and Firth, nnd l.io revenue officers nnder Mr. McLear.
Upon landing tho officers quietly surrounded iho
houses, but unloriuuately entered tbe wrong
building. Those at worK in tho stilt hud
In the meantime got Iho alarm, and
quickly oscnped. When tho United States
officials entered Roche's place they found only one
man, wno was arrested. The rectifying place was ap
parently all right, hot upon examination a four-Inch
pipo was dlsrovcred, which nppuronlly rau under
ground to tho soulh situ or tho street.
Tho officers crossed tho street, and on going
through u cooper's shop and yard lound a
large still In lull operation and hut lately deserted.
Than it was nsoertniuod that tbe lour-lnch pipe crossed
the sirool from tho rcctllyiug place, thereby carrying
steam to the Illicit distillery. Tho officers seized
foriy-soven barrels of spirits nnd ulso took
chargo of tho entiro . property on both
sides of the street, there being no ono
to claim possession. Tho rnul was a very successful
ono. at least $-6,000 worth of properly being seized.
Tho principals and workmen, however, escaped. How
long tho still has been in operation is not known, but
it was evident that nn immense trade had been done.
The revenue olllrors' attention wus lirst called to the
place en account of Kocno selliug more recthlod spirits
than be was buying, and by quiet investigation tliey
obta ncd sufficient evidence lo niako tlio raid.
Tho work was carried on in a must ingenious
manner, Roche's rectifying establishment Is on
tlio north side of Foriy-ilrst street. The pipe
which ran under tho street was connected
with the rectllylug boiler and the still boiler.
| on sounding the boiler on tlio north side tho
vibration could ho distinctly beard In the itoller on tho
south side. Tlio escape steam pipe was submerged in
a pool ol water lit the yard. Ituw the steaiu pipe was
lab! under the street was a question winch
puzzled even the most experienced ol iho
revenue officers. It was twelve feet below
tho suriace, and an excavation meal bare boon made,
ns any Interference in ihe public street would linvo
attracted tho attention of the officials ou post duly or
tbo residents ol (lie neighborhood.
The revenue officials have loug suspected that some
thing was wrong in Roche's establishment, nnd it was
oniy recently that they discovered the still on Iho op
posite side of tho slrent.
Uoth places are now in the hands of the officers, and
it la expected will lie coulmcateil. Ono ol tho revenue
officers made tho remark that "this soizt.ro will pay
the expenses of our enure dopurtment for ono year."
The so'zure is regarded as a great success, and also a
great triumph to the revenue officials and the police.
POLITICAL GOVERNMENT.
Yesterday evening Mr. Simon Sterne gave n lecture
on "I'olitical Government'" nt Hie rooms ol tlio Young
Men's Hebrew Association, cornor Forty-second street
and .Sixth avenuo. Tho andicnco wus very largo and
listened with interest to tho remarks of tlio speaker,
Tho subject of government, he end, la a very largo i
gi.o indeed, and nono concerns us mora I
closely. Nowhere, nnder no circumstances, can !
we get rid of It. A class of philosophers, |
at the head of which ranks Herbert Spencer i
look upon government us a sort of straight-Jacket j
placed upon the peop'c bv interested parlies, and hold '
that us civilization advances It will become entirely |
unnecessary. Nothing, however, is more unfounded '
than tnis theory. As riviltz 11Ion advanrcx government !
doc- not couso to he necessary, it merely changes its j
functions; and while Its interference b?comes less nr- |
bitrnry, lis concerns aro not less numerous or less Im
portant. Henco this theory Is of no practical value
whatever.
Writers on pollilral science have divided all modes
of government Into thrco classes, viz?Theocracy,
motnnrchy and oligarchy. All tho classes ars moru
or less mixed. In Ilia English form of government,
lor instance, all modes are virtually represented.
As regards tho question which ono of iheso
mode- is best for tlio people governed, It must bo
said that, in point ol met, they aro equally good;
"Wnatcrer is oosi administer*! Is besi." As long
ns a government is In lis substaura conducive to mo
happiness of tho people it is good, no matter what Its
form may be. Every government baa ramoibing of
the absoluto in it; the only question is in whoso hands
it is lo bo placed, lr. our institutions, lor instance,
thojudirinry and the Legislature, ns represented by
tho people in consiiiiillou.il assembly, tra as ub-o.uio
in iht* power aa tho Caar of Russia, ibe onlv differ
ence is that w? li.ive sumo check upon iho govern
ment, and can mats changes if we de-iro to no so;
wiieihor iheso changes aie lor the better we art Ire
qacutiy utijb'e in say, nnd In tho long run an some
time* nnd that they work positive burin.
ihu lecturer tliuti went on to describe the origin of
gov. rrnii.-m, using England as an examplo. In ns much
na it was nearest akin to oar country, dwelling parltc
ularly on ttic rise and development ol the guilds and
moneyed Interests, and showing how they acquired
thai political imwer which they now Wield. He ilien
wciil intu a long explanation ot tbe riso and progress
ol the instllutmus <>l tills country, mid punned
out many detent* and Imperfect Ions His criticisms
ou the railroad and oilier corporation* winch exercise
such a poweriul luCucnoo over the elections nnd the
adiatuisiruttou ot government wcra particularly
severe. Ho also thoroughly advocated the noMsslt? mt
civil service reiorni. ana concluded bis lecture by offer
ins noma suggestion* as u> tlie best means ot oreaktny
up those rings and monopolist!.
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Hoffman House; Hamurl I.. Clemens ("Mark Twain"),
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are at lbs Fifth Avenue Hotel; Professor K. If. Hors
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Aaron V. Perry, or Cincinnati. Is at the Everett House;
Judge William J. UoborDon, ol Virginia, and Proiesnof
K U Kitter, of Vassar College, are at the Westminster
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