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VSi. 6.44*2. WASHINGTON, D.-C.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1873. TWO CENTS.
TIIK EVENING STAR. riBM*UE? HILl,lu4in ti<tplt4, AT TUK STAR RITIUtlW* p-flBiyUnniB for. lltk fit. IT ttl ITI.MW Ml *r if 14 CliriH, ? ? urjrjr.?j.v.v, mci< ? IKt P. vBNi >b st A R i- .?i ? e? ?> carrier. *? Ufi:>l<r!l p .* T iCiiti riB w*B?,??ri>BTT p. n tnu ri ? o ?**< *> By u'*iMhr? ?i?, ?'j flD; ??*?* fear, IB h' *K*M.Y * r*K f * "^wlTrV--" *2 Dftl \VI ? #r *|? ? it a?t ?' .**? b?-thc? >?,a34l B*. io?ir^Tth*r? ptt.M for &v*e # ? ^trtUtnf t,>yl)Ct91oi r- ? nim-iiiM II A Ml-^STENTS l t u O \tn uffi ?.ui ??? VY ONE ? 1 ? K n-i t' ? ,., ,.-w|Mlf> ,*.!MTIRDAT i kk ""Hf r \?ni * *pe<:ta lis, TIH BLAI K CBOOB, THB BLACK CROOK, !? tk sol Bttraci-1' JtaniKiic re ,r e.. tt.tiom h i rw leu]. II an'itul HE BtA> K OK?OK K? i Pot.ri. 'H* BL?K ( KftuK., Mi'l'. ?0? >? rHK BuAi K CK UK. I Ch.r niB* intra r.. TH K i.LA< K CR')Uk I Si .fitkt. TH* HI Ai K ( H'XIN Cr.fr^n. '? EfT.. I 'III RLAI K CK'XJK I B 4W?. SlIeBHid ! > HE PL ACK CltUi'K rn-?io?l-l A-B.-r.. I THK HI ACK IH"?K. No*''! '" O.iri i THE RLAi K OBO'?K JfaMMea? ? sr. Lea I THE BUCK CKOW I 1 The i?i Child W ? .!??. B.SH i H*NSUN Tie fanirca HIRNABDl/ TROI.PE. B cln. a tf.Vlr.ffc O-er .1 14 3u. ?"'H ?MIIM.Ttl> TIlHrtKtU'llH V. 11th Mtrrl, helow fraat. Aiaair. fril STAB IN THE A*'-*SDA1?T >r?Hil'r 10-Unr ?trl ami >l;itlncea. Pn.t liM in tl.n til) rf John \ . P^ylr . *rea: Inrle? i?c E'tr?T.?ai/B of THE WHITE EaWN THE * II1TE PA^ N ' THE WHITE IAWS : iBltcdccinKtb* ra??t Uu*t>a''le Dl BL1N MALLET TKOl'PE T I \ ? I.EaT MALE UVEAL BALLBT ' a i h N.? kcBny, Brria*4- Prupertie.. Ac. F.r?t apr?aranc?* ?.f the 8rKlut| Arti?t.t THKAPANS BBnTIUM _ In lk#lr fur -p-cialTiee. M'iNS BLANDOW sfcl i ALF.RRaTED COCRT OK BEACTY haLIKT. I<?It? baad> m ? lBdiea I d br th Star Fr-n.t?r of the World M LLE A V N E TTI <j AL LETTI S'irr- rted br ll.-* bt lli.i.c B?-cai. M I.I E LOT'IE L V pilIKT rh- ?-r f.Tucite V..alt?r., J AS. T. SPWaBDS, H W EAtiAN mp: \i tr *M ?<l *iL?t, M C \ R RIB A V fc It Y. The p pai?r Am^ricmi Artor. tfEi>. THOMl'SOM Tli* f.??iri.?- Cm*di>n. mwI E fti. pi.n., B S HODUE9. H JEAN BCCKI.F.Y A?'l < ni M tn-.iu to Tr'i' l? in it ?*Djoj?bl? eu nvot ???"r?uiily M?ll-:?*.f r L?d i ??? *i;d Chil-lr^a *r try WEDNESDAY BLd 8ATCBDAV. ??>?? lr \\ ALL S NLV* OPERA Mil I SIT. TOM MA SO V\LV1.1I. ??Tin* b?tt livip* urt'ir." ? Kof> t broirm>>*f. ?kTh^ Othello tbe worl*l hM erer i nmr,i>:tt t ttfkmmn. "The ^resle?r ?.f all artora except Rvhfl."- T'Oie* "Hmch (rioinrh of dr imacic k*?*nii ? li.m widmn 6??r? ?#rr. HUOtMlmlM y?rf)*?tion of arta.'* ? Tnt/un*. " Hr? Othello thr moit powerful, ariiatlc an.1 ori^l *ai f- if- rvimare the work! hadi'fnH'ra-J. Hi- tr#t ai ?! orb appearance in Wa^hinfffn on MOKl>AT ft\BNIN*;. N >remher 17. Th^rrlirtnal lla? on wliuh vu founded the moat auccegrfal DAVID GARBU'R. PA LV IJ51 m bincra-t role * 1 St'LLI VAN. TC1SDA ? . Not. 1m, Sha?4p?<ar< ? inMfo ?* trage?ly, ? TllkLur OTHBLLO* 5ALVINI hi hi* grand imp^rti'iatiou UTil RLLO E Mtt*4 * at?> f -r both tii^ht^. $4. H.* nale of i?at< tf r both n'?ht?* oxly will take flace W?dne.*day ai d Thnrtda? next. ^ale c t Brar* f. r mi: gi? nisht? l^irfnn Frida? n v S j ^ a a r s k a ? y N or Tlicodote Thomas' ft urqualctl Conceits! SiXTY DISTINGUISHED PKRK0RMER5. Tfc" ?al llc v. rwp^rtfullr iBKnard thBt the ?rM .lit -riltOK ?ill b* P'9iti*-*lT ttw U<t f tili?ft&i' kr^ri.t ?l?I mc^t ' concert tconp? which h?* ?i*r tr%r, it-d fit h?-r in tl.U ? juntrjr or la Bcr.'p - . 1 BI'RIpDAT EVENING, NOVEMBER lJni, ONLY I.KAND CONCERT AT LINCOLN HALL. 7 L? f?l! ?ii * ?olui?t? will Bppotr : MR M VRON W. WHITNEy. TL. ri-lcbrBteit C inc^rt Bud Oi*t<TlB Sincor MB BEKNHARI) L19TBMAKS. Tb?d istiLgui^hed Violinist. MB. A LOCK WOOD, H*rp. Tr gethtr with the UuriTalea Orchc<?jr? Price ??f MteUfioe 51 ktwn^l S- a** 6u < eut? ext? a The ?aie of K? ""erreii bear-* and Ticket* commenced il. - m.'ihii at M tzerott .V Co. s.Mimc tit ore,here il?e prrgrftnme of toe coteeit can b* btained. D- or*op*:i at 7 'j. tv commence at 9 o'clock. ?teiima? A ^?n*' Piano* *r???\r?^ire|y n^ed.nS d F'EJKI MI>I?'AL fONCEHTS KVKUV LA? AND ?\?NiNO. Bear the ilaai ic nt ?>oo OECHK9TKI0V. PcrfcroiiQg tbeUtett Oferalic ana Nati?2i*l Mn?ic, at 1!B BCHWABZKNBEBn S, 46^ P*nn?yl?a?. a a*? nr.e, ?outh ?tde, between 4>* and o;h atrefta. Thia fnitrnmett repr?ae; tsan lmn^ense Orchestra, with dron cymtal?, and chlrre* complete. gyPresbu ld LAtiBK ala xj* on draught. ?M 3ui OlpMu jOb EiblMtUa aad ItitlMiw So } AT S 439 7lM >T MARKHITER'S, 8t ?e. 439 7th rreet, botween V and ? atreota, eff ht ?lorn above Odd Fellow'a Hall. Cboice Oil Paintingi, CarraTfojra, Chrorena, Ac. Also, la-geat atock Pap**r iianginga. Window ihade*. Picrnre*, FraniA?, Pictnra Corda and Taa aeia.Bing*, Mai:a, Ac, lu Ue District. ArTiiM* OasM. Pl<-ase remember Vame and Nnmbsr. jelly* A LL BINDS or CAST orr WEARlUe AP PAREL cbb Ik- aolB to tb? i?ry b??t BtlTBctBa* t? BddrWm or cbIUbb ob JUBTH, ? IV D itwt, between (th and 7th n. ,. HvtxBbT tr.Bil aroaptli B?t?nde<l tn. (Iwata ??M fu tr LADIES' GOODS. a \|K A VMB L P. IB \NNJKCT hare just i? i returned from Paris .tb ? choice a^ at'r*r. ent of B'-nn?*N und Hat*. Lat at nor ry g'-?<ds. Show rot U : et ? 4 10 11th stre* is ioor tr-ni J Pann.avenu Bal-jn.ort Hi N. Charles street, Kf ?-rk, 17th st . near Broadway. Par h ular attenti paid to bridal and monrniog or deis. AN . dressmaking in *1! it* branches, o^vl! ilBTlaSciiHici; PB5 N 9 Y L Va ? IA AVENVB.Bti# n p -ta:k*,? W ill opsn on W lrt>N C3DA Y , Xorember 3, an ELfcGAST ABETMENT OF 1MP0ETF.D BGSSc.18 AND UOI ND H \TS, FLOW EBB, FEATIIEE^, 4t , FOR TH k WiMTKK 5A 4SO.V, to whi< h the ladies ol W*?h:ngtoa And rfriaitr are lnx:t- no.y IT Ladies, abocfTrrchasixg a wintee r - ebon _______ __ _ Th?v *11111^ h:? >: f \ - cf tJ.- Ui -? v:.U* bent th>-? ??<?- r>f New York, comprisin* the uawe?t and n?f ?t deairabie stv l?a in? CLOAKS DEE8SEA. REM NOOTVS. BOSN ISTtt, BATS, FL0WEE9, FEATHERS, JIIBltOXH, cl I. K ?. VELVETS, L A1' BS. FAB0. BB1 T8 CHATIL MM\ 5 El K L A? K"*. SU KTIKS AND EI. FF^ AN'1. % ' tiujr ? ase- rtaoont of h?i' i-m?dr* FRENCH I NDEK<.\RM1NTS. THE J R V. ? i'R^BT THE JCLIE eoRSBT K MTJROI I? C ICS B HAIR BRAIDS. Mvisto bisord*-r in Paris, Ac., Ac. A* M W1I.LTAN imp rti nearly all hi* goods direct, he 14 enabled to sell a: the lowest market priffn %y DKB?>M VEIN', in all it* branch m vt^f a. <?ITF1T t r t^^mS'lTen .r ew. ebool4make!be:r flr>t all at >1 WILLI AN < T THE LADIES, Tear Btter.t1.-i i. re^pectfnllT InTlted t? mf NEW AND \ ERY SELECT STOOE ui BERLIN Zf PllYRJ AND W"BSTED flWPS, w-*h ?? L.. ?td Chiidren'. WmtMl h >* -1 * W BaMt, ClotbU, Leitgiag.. Mitt*. Bed E*acy Wool Hmb. A BlBBTiiScent *!ect >? or F >1 B RDI PE RED ^LIPfEii OASES Bud LAMP BllAl'Jfco. ChiUr?D'? MERINO IM OAK* a ?>e'i,it?, Bt MR*. SELHA RI PPERT ?, ?!? ?lh ?tre?t, oppuBlte P.t.Bt Urtio Branca atorw. ociat tr JbBT Look I-Twb TCOB SKIBT^fjr a HM at ? HBLLBR S. Tl? Marl.t 3?ao? ,M I, JB IOCIO 8 ? ? " K*W TOBB BAZAAR. raafeicBable H*a4<jnar ?r. f?r fancy ooobs. husikbt. MEBINO CMDERWEAB. aad HUTIONB. At IowbbI Biarhaf ar'^e. to all. oclitr 441 SEVENTH ST BE IT 3EAB I MADAMB ESTKEM, Bl " U . <?-<-: war I. la. jvat relumed from Mew Y -r* with loa tall Bt,l.* of HCM AN B AIB, ch-a^r than s?er rAll ..ade fcra.da, Oiuciie- |! i. Tar-: l .nr ... 4 ?ct, iBcLaa. 4 BiMle aad bunch or BLS tot, cw> Q?H BH .iBrnim o?r larra <tyt _ B??i :r T?*.JlAB??? a?bobtmbwt"5* ladies * BLlTv.aBUiai a radical ?r . M.ai J*1' IjOLLBBl, Tl? Markat IMM R14L ? AIR **JTCH El Prlca M. Mil lot 'or *? ** 0- HBLLBRT. Tli VarkcTBra-. Iti \f ?*f ALIBB'" ^ If rREMCH STAIU'H BBAMBL *tt* b^ Brtlci.lata. wcrM l-jt I. .,. Uanor il. kV glam to tb. lBt.ce BTBBBAM * CO.. Btaifartwm. 144 *i* LotaBBcd m?(, Makt-ai.r-. Marrlani. ?XaUlNE THE GOLD SPKCTAOL*. ONIT ,4 H H. HEMPLBB.Opti.iM, kO-'r f-Ul ?r?TBuiB BTCtiue, Bear ?>> ?ra^ STECIAL NOTICES. Dm idei'ly (?occf. r.I.Ff A U*'AX * A*?> H REHOrfD r.LH AVra SI ANT) hl'llHOVND EktCAVlFA.N : A31> H(*RKKOl'31J COt ?.i? PROPS. OOLUU DUO PS. ?3 C*Bt? ft FAcksge. C 'n*;dr.lng half a ponnl. J?ft inal% Ck<ap% PUasan:, and CanaA^m. DECIDEDLY GOOD for AWtiint# 0>c|hi, Ov ld?, ?c . Ac . rec msut ended by eminent Physician*. ???? ^ ha.i only at NATTANS' DBC?; ST?'RC. Garner 2<l and D streets north ve*t. Direction*: U*e Congh Drop* fredy wh#n the congh in trota* iettozre, and w?ll give *p? dv re lief. n ;t6 tr Mothers, Mttherif Metherf! Don1! ful to procure MRS. WINSLOW S SOOTH ING SYRUP for all diseases ii.cident to the period of teething in children. Iin li"T(4 the child ?r m pain,cures wind colic, regulates :h? bowel*, and,t<> giving relief and health te th* child, gi??*t rest to tne mother. Be sure and call for ??MRS. WINFLOW 8 SOOTHING SYRUP." Fcr sale by ell driggists jyM-oedm L LECTURES. iscoi.% hill NOVEMBER 17. 19. AND 81. Tlii" STAB LECTURE ASSOCIATION has ar ranged. at gr- fti e*peLse, f>r three br.tliatitly ill''^ tratol irct'ir. ? en the MAGIC OF I.IGHT AND SOUNI>, ?v P1IOF. 1. H. PEPPKB, Director of the Bora! Polytechnic Institute, Lou don. assisted by Plior. I.. W. 1-iBIN, secretary of tb> R?yal Polyte hnic Institute. L na tion, it.* entor of tne <liee <lvins statu* uswl a> W.il nik - and oth?r theaters, th? celel.rated illusion* alli-d "The SpHin*,' "Protein, "D capital, d H at," ??T'-.e W n lerful Fraukeaetetn M/atery,'' ??Speaking Pictnree," Ac., Ac. MONDAY 1VIK1N GN ,>?*'?ber 17 - KU.MA&C1 or OPTI 9 \\ KDNESDAY t \ ENINii, Hoeeml.er 1??? ROMASt K VT ACUSTICS. FRIDAY EVENING , Novell il.fr 21 - SCIENTIFIC MAGIC. In this serfe* will b* introduce! *'The Gh >st, ' "Spin?*," ,4Di?ril?ing Statu*,-' "Living Oariri loree," "Cabinet P.cturee," in white and black, 4'The Darciii*Skeleton," *4\Y heitstone'* Telepho nic Concert.*' "The Talking H?ad.*' and manr o h< r-tartlmg illusions ne>er before produced in America. ft ngle a<lniis?i >n. 7f> cents; reason ticket*, %2; no etrra cbirfre fx r reserved fats. For *ale at the Eiii- Music St"re, Pennsylvania avenue n >vll 5: FKSTJ VA I.S. K'ESTIV AL-The re.tiral for ST. MARTIN S ?IIUK< H bv tl .. CATHOLIC BENEFICIAL SOCIETY at their Hall, on ISch utreet. between L ai..l M. will be p*-n EVERY EVENING, at 4 o'clock. The puMic are respectfully in\ited. A l misaion, 10 ant*. aoT7-f,m,u ,3t* DRY GOODS. |^ibinui\ i \ iihcnn euoD?. Black, Ill-Wool SatiDe, (7Sc. Black* all-Wool batine,&>?. F ine h rt-nch (cl >th c-dors) CHslimcre?. 6i'. 6o, an J 7lv.} rtdnced fc m66,75? , and $1 Finest donble twflh d French Oa^hineres in new sliHilee ** ^l.wotlh .^1 50 p- r yard. French Merinees fU . and 75~., worth donble. Lnrtfe *ti?? k of dtbirable Pi hs Qoo?U reduced to 2t. ??, and J7>?c. v-f Bargiini In COTTONS and a'l kinds of I>RY GOODS. ON t PK1< E ONI^Yt in plain figure*. BOOA?l k. WTLIE, a?*Tg-?r 101? and lU4iQ 7th street northwest. ^ 'ALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. A .'raca* and other Dress G tods at p.-puTar prices. Blankets, Comforts, Flannel*, Sheelings and Linens it ireitly reduced figures, Dry Goods of ill klndx it right prices, Bnreniu* in Gent's and Ladies' Linen Handker chiefs. EMORY BAXTER, cct30-tr 1 <10 I'HBPsylvania av*?nue. I)1 a GOODS AKD CARPETING, Ficiinc it iHipo??tMe to sell ont onr immense rto<k of coodsat onr chl iptand, N". 7th ?treet, ?e hav, MOVED to Bo. 1011 7th street, east aide, * bere we are reteiTing new Fall Oooda. mS In W. W. BI KDETTE F.tCTS .IRE FACTS, AND WHIN OPTICALLY DBM0S8TBATID THE MOST SKEPTICAL ABE CONVINCED THE PUBLIC ARE. THEREt ORE. INVITED TO SEE FOR THEMSELVES W HETHIR OR NOT VI ABE LITERALLY SEI.LINO 8^4 8I ITS FOR ?4i ? *? SCITS FOB ?88 9M SCITH FOB #19 ? 1** SUITS. FOB t I S ?1? SUITS FOB 310 FASHIONABLY Ct T, WELL MADE, THOBOl'GULY SHRINK, AND WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. AI.SO, #?- OVERCOATS FOB fS5 830 OVEBCOAT8 FOB S88 ?8* OVEBCOATS FOR $1B ?1? OVBBCOATa FOB $l ( ? 1* OVERCOATS FOB $10 COMI'BISIKO BEA\ ERS, KEBSKYS, MELTONd, < ASTOKS. CHINCHILLAS, El I91AN AND Fl'R BEAVCRS. IN BOY'S GOODS, WE OFFER g 10 SCHOOL fel lTS FOR $7 >13 DRESS SLITS FOR 910 ?lo OVERCOATS FOR #7 $13 SCHOOL S01T8 FOB 8?0 316 DRESS SUITS ? FOB #18 91' OVKBCOATS FOR $10 GOOD STOCK WET I. MAD* STYLl>II C0T, AND PROPERLY SHRUN K C#Mlt AT ONCE, IF PERFECTLY COKVISCED, PURCHASE HABLB BROTHMR8, ?crchaat Tailors bmI Flie CUthlcri, pi'Bb! furs: furs: We haia re> .ired jnr large and elegant atuck nf LAD1E? fCRS. SEAL ai>d ASTIIAEI1AK SAC"il'ES, A Bit all tbe tn-xt dealraMe etyUe bow In >n?. CARR1AUB MURKS la great ian-tr. The aew aatent M R WBlSTLKTS I UR CAPS. COLLARS, BHdOLOVRS for gen I "IVnI ISE seal CAPS as low aa tiradollars. JAMB* V. dAVIV ivm, ?8I ocr-'? ?.,2w Under Mctfyolltan H 'tel. WIA1II IiLaKD, M Y. DYEING E8TAB ~ L1SH M ENT?ESTABLISHED 1?1(. The eldeet aad largeet of its kind tn tae cooatry; I ai?) be ;b tbe w,>rld. A FiSllEB, Aj-nt. ? 1? Mh etreet, between F aad O. M B -Oearantee given that bo eolor rubs oK; Mine r?ar articles eooa, to get them back Id tisa*. A FISHER, > 1BST CLA.S6 SOOURER, SI B ?.k suaeltcpB>>aite Pateut Office STBClALliES or BIS XILB PROi KS8. LW"< i>.'i cleati^l with mt takinc Ui?m aeart. t??is !?wi -w'i Cie.sas clothec cl- aii?d wttboat stirlnk lug Graaee s?? reao^ed eff?ctaatlf, ao that ther ne'er show aga2n Kid Gloves Cleaned on abort n -tics Prie-s mod ?rate, ?awetaal rr gnaranteed. a?>1 ly W? WEBER L?a?.. Furrtsbes Mdvlc far Bella, rrtvate Partiee. Mb Gdnisw. bui<- i*btee, Paradai, Ftsmb.lH *c 0td.relftB:Me??Br?tA0.>.,e,KUM'.o?2UF at the reatdepe. of the Leader, TIs 7tt street, Bary Yar I, WaabiaroB- Tele?r??h o?ce wlvb'n aainare u< the b 'Qee oeta-gm ? hOOLEVS AGUE WDEBS are evtastsd to V cars If* gtaalM. 71 eta. a package yt-tr EVENING STAR Washington News and Gossip. ImrtMl Kiev torn ? Tlie receipt* from this ! ? a-ee to-daj were ?r5.?1i. 24. I I e>ira Jomn Eatow, commits -iner of tlruMlon, arrivtd home Id good ticaitti from hs Furopean tocr yesterday. Til* Ak'NiTI fOlllllTTll <1* TIHS'POSTA Tio> which will meet In thin ci .v on or about I the 17th insUnt. nil) leave here for Atlauta, | and from the pre go to New Orleans. The nrn'Tin corsciL wi*h the Arrapalioes i ird Cht yenrie? in this city hy the Comnvssioner ; of Indian Alfairs to-day bas been postponed, | 1? ? 11 probably take | ia,e to-morrow or next I'm winon of the late ? aptain Hall visited the Tigress at. the Brooklyn navy yard yester day to obt. In, if possible, any reVcs f the Arc tie voyage. She was greatly affected when . >l;c*n the prayer book of her husband. I Din owatic Prom. ttons.?The secretary of ! state has just made the following promotions ;n the diplomatic service XI. Gerrisb, consul at Nantt ?. promoted to he counsul at. Bordeaux, Tiee ClitrI), resigned; Mr. Aleott. consular cleik at Nantes, promoted to be consul at Nantes, Tice Gerrish, promoted. The anxfal report of the commissioner of a;ri< ulture shows the distribution by the depart ment over one million packages of seed* during the past year of over live hundred ptckages. The expei ditures ol the department have been ?19S,04i:.73. The appropriations for the current year was t257.7jO. of which SSl.Otll) has already been expended and ?20C.6?? Is still on baud. In Death They Were Not Divided Telf grams received here to-i*.ay announce the the death at Boston, of Mis. Mary Catharine Buory, relict of the R?%. Dr. llaury, and at St. l<ouis, at the i i-arly the same hour, the de?th of the sister of the first-named. wife of the llev. Dr. Post, of St. I.ouis. By the demise of tliese venerable ladies, sisters or the late li.s'.iop Heu shaw, many family circle^ are placed in amo tion. As rSHRALTHY PLACE FOR 1". 8. MARSH ALS.?The L'uited States marshal for the west ern district of Texas Informs Attorney General Williams that Deputy Marshal Jolin r. Frier ?as assassinated at Brackctsvllle, in that state, on the 25th of October, by a man named McWeber. who had been convicted of murder nnd sentenced to be hanged, but made liN p?. cape from prison. This is the filth depuy maisbal assassinated in this district. I'EnsoSAt ?Senator Sargent, of Cal., had an Interview with i'resident Grant to-day. ? ? Gen. Smith, supervising inspector general of steam boats, returned this morning from the recent boiler experiments jt Sandy Hook. Lady '1 hornton, wife of the British minister, accotn P lined by her two daughter* and Capt. Gore ? lones. ol the British legation, were in New York on Monday. ??? Alfred H. Young. I*. S. consul at Santiago de Cuba, sailed from New York yesterday for his post. The niroRT ok the Pavmastek G?sec\i I". S. A., shows that the total receipts and dis bursements for the year ending June 30, 1873, were #lii,723.IKS'.5y. It contains several recom mendations. among which m:iy be mentioned the imperative necessity of more paymasters Sixteen vacancies exist at the presen' time, two of the rank of lieutenant colonel and fourteen ol the rank of major. The paymaster general recommends that the number of paymasters be established at fifty-two instead of sixty, ae provided by the act of July 2s, 1K?5, and that the interdict upon future appointments and promotions be repealed; that a greater period than thirty days be allowed to an officer on leave of absence without reduction of pay, and that the pay of paymasters'clerks be increased. Tli? number of desertions in the army daring the past year was live hundred less than In 1*7 ?, and one thousand less than in 1371. Tin Cokdevbbd Mam, Yorxo, Resisted for Tivo Weeks.?President Grant to-lay directed Attorney General Williams to prepare a respite for two weeks in the case of Henry Xouug, sentenced to death tor the murder of the drover Hehn, and w ho was to have boon executed oi. Friday of this week. Therespit will be officially read to the condemned man to-morrow. This extends the time lor the exe cut'on to llie 28th instant. The prisoner a few days ago sent word to his counsel, Messrs. Mui -ey and Harnett. that he would like to have a reprieve or respite?doubtless for the purpose or making more prepration to meet his death? and yesterday they called on the President for the purpose os presenting the application, but they were unable to see him. l'o-dav Genera! Mussev went up alone. Mr. Garnett being en gaged in the Criminal Court, and the President at once ordered the respite postponing the exe cution of the sentence to the 2*tli instant. Gettjki. Heady for S?a Servics?Geiao to Ccr.A.oR Wbem "?The following officer, have been ordered to the iron-clad steamer Manhattan, now being got ready at the I'hil Adclphia navy yard for immediate service, as stated in our telegram elsewhere:?Commander F.. K.Uweu, detached from the navy yard, Nor folk, and ordered to command the'Manhattan; I.leiit. Isaac Hazlett, from the naval observa tory, anil ordered to the Manhattan. Also the following:?I.leut. Commander Kich'd P. Leavv as executive ottieer: Lieut. Thomas Perry, Mas ters Nathan K. Niles and Newton F. Mason, Assistant Surgeon K. Z. Derr, First Assistant I'.ngineer Henry Snyder, M-istsr A. B. Spevers. (Imm the Vermont,) and Paymaster A. Deer iDg, (from the receiyiug ship 8ablne;> Assistant I'.ngineer John 1 .owe and Second Assistant Kn ?iceer .lohn T.Smith, (from the navy rard, Washington ) Second Assistant Fngineer H K. Rhoades, (troni the Juniata > Allot' the above officers are to report for duty on board the Man. bat tan next Monday, the 17th inst. ANARCH 1 IX I.OI'I.M AXA. A Terrible male ol AlTalrw APPEAL OF THE WIDOW OF A Ml RI>EIIE!? lUIK.fc FOR FEDERAL 1.1TBRVKNTION. Attorney General Williams has received a letter from Mrs. Alice H. Crawford, widow of Jndge Crawford, i murdered lately in Louis iana under recentdate from Columbi*, Cald well Parish, La., in which she savs: "You are doubtless aware of the deliberate and co!d bioodid murder or Judge T. G. Crawford ana District Attorney A. H. Harris, of the 12th ju dicial district, ol the state of Louisiana. That cruel and horrible deed which has left I two widows and nine orphans desolate, has also thrown the whole country in such a state of trepidation and fear that I cannot Torbear stat ing the tact to you. It is perrectly terrible to be compelled to live intbiscountry now, iieapls I are alraid of one another, afraid to say what they think. It is even worse than during the war, tor then if men would make-m pretense ol patriotism to the south thev were sare. Now, no one knows he is safe. Sir,if the Presi dent does not send us protection, ami that speedily, the best men in oar community will be murdeied. Threats are abroad against our parish .iudge. or sherilT, and several of our most prominent citi/ens, because thev have felt some Interest in tracing up these assassins. Self-pres ervation is the strongest law of nature, and even I. woman as I am. feel afraid or being murdered, because 1 -? naturally hare taken a deep Interest In having Use mirdereti hunted out. Mrs. Crawford forwards the following as a sample of how they do things In her section of the country '"Columbia, Louisiana. Hill M Janitl I will drop you a few linen about the negro school that yon are now teaching. I will give you until Tuesday morning, the 2oth ot the month. I will be at tho school-hsuae 1 uesday at 12 o'clock, and lr you are there then we will take you out and whip you until vou cannot walk for a month. And If that will not do, we will kltl you Immediately. You had bet ter take warning and leave We would hava < ome and whipped you without giving you no tice. but we tkainiit is? ? ?. . ... ??> ui ks?h. sir. as long as possible; It has become perfectly disgusting to the whole neighborhood, and we' intend to put a stop to it, and If vou don't stop it you will be dealt with very serious!v." T?e racb at Fleetwood Park. New York, ?eoterday, for *2.000. between Judge Fullorton and American Girl, In harness, best three In live, was won by Fnllerton, taking tho first, second, and fourth heats. Tho third heat was dead. Time: 2 21. 2:24, ami 2:84. The track was fair and the attendance good. VThey arrest people for betting on horse ra n in Indianapolis. WOne result or the Wi?con?'.n election will probably be the repeal of tho anti-!l<iuor law. Ihf tiililirt 1' i> Ibf Cakaa Butchery At the at the C?Vnet yesterday, the Secretary of State laid before the Prcs.den* ai> the telegram recei\ ?1 and ?*at in rojar.i to the captureof the Virginlus a:?l the tire at ion of Gen?ral Ryan in I other*, and the instruction". s<ntto Min --ter SI. kle? at Mwlrl ! and Consul Central Hal! at Utvim. He u J tl *: be w?? unable at the time to formally present tbe mu tt r. a? tbe State department was without utt. cial dispatches, owing to rh ? interrupt.on o; 1*1 graphic facilities between lUtau and " ?" but that be hoped steitly fee i i j.o?se->i< a < f sich details as ai/nlil enable the government tu act detnlt )? 1 hi> alluMon to tbe matter wis fol io* u hv general remark' on the part of all the members ot the cabinet. The Secretary o[ Stve Ml Ml tLat it was impo'Sib'.e now to fairly jal^e the question, but, a* would appear from tbe c.ible at. bet rcccived. tbe Spanish govern ment lia-l no liiteui.oii or desire to assume the retpor.sibi Ity wbleh the grievensness ot the act ptifHiti.l. Ashe ??' ad> -ed. the governmen' at -Mi4 1 were without detads. All tint bad been will ?' mid was from Washington, bi> <1 en th? pr. st 4i patches and what were undoubt. idly official uirpatqbe" from the commanding i officer at Santiago de ("aba to the ?'at>tain-g- n i ral at Havana. So Jar ait tbe Spanish legation ? i" concerned, be wa? assured that Admiial Polo knew no more of the details than the State , department. t'utll tbe State department wa tt possession of a detailed stateui'ut, he was i*t prepared to ofler tbe matter for toim.il can. si era ion. Tk# ummary execution of Rj?u and others was i.en talked of. and the Secretary of State (aid the only explanation be cou.d give for ?u?i miglit now appear a* an unwarranted execution. w#? that trie parties -bat ha! been adjudged guilty of treason, and tin sentence of the Spanish government parsed upon them some time ago. It was an old Spanish law at much in force to-day a? it was forty year- ago, atd those summarily executed he hvl no doubt were on the list of condemned traitors or open em mies of tbe Spanish governm-nt, and tu.-lr dentlty being proven, the military Officer at Santiago de ( aba hail no discretion in tbe raat t< r, but carried out the decree of his govern ment. It was nothing new , merely tbe enforce ment of a decree based upon old Spanish law. (Joming back to th? question whether the sei ure was legal or illegal, whether the Yir glnlus was In every way protected by her regis ter and clearance papers, whether the parties on board were destined tor a regular port, as he bad already stated could only be knjwn when tbe State department bad received such particulars as the magnitude ot the question demanded. The President said he had read the prtss dispatches announcing that eighty Cuban insurgents captured as prisoners of war had been shot on the tield. and while the rejiort larked confirmation, be was prepared to bear of it* confirm ition after what had already occurred in Cuba, and he wa? sa i t ed tbe Spanish government would not approve of such butchery. It was a matter. howi ver, wlib h an enlightened govern ment could not overlook. If indeed this method ot warfare was neees-ary to tbe Spanish repub 1 c, individaall. be eoi'ld not wish such a gov ernment prosperity, li the Spanish people in tluireftoit to establish a republican form of government, could not control tbe authorities in i.'ul a: then in the interest of humanity, be thought it time to interfere. Not t> enco ,rage tbe struggling Cubans or to enibarasH the Spanish republic In any way, but wliollv in the Interest" of civilized humanity, sueli a preetdeut bad already been established. '? My attention has recently been Cfclleu to tills, and I rcfor tbe matter to the Secretary ot state." After tbe transaction of tbe routine business which ordinarily comes be. tore tho President at a cabinet meeting, the session was closed. Tlie document referred to bv the President Is substantially that Ferdi nand VII., King of Spain, having no mile l><ue. declared about tbe abrogation of tbe Saiic law, so a? to allow of the accession to the throne of Isabella his elder daughter. l>ou Car los, his brother, whose heirship was destroyed, retired in lb.si to l.isbon. and issued a protest. The same year Ferdinand died. Maria Chris tina, his widow, was male queen tegent: ati in surrection in favor of Hon Carlos began in the Iilsca\an provinces; Don Carlos left l.isbon in 1MI lor Kngland. whence he left lor Spiin By that time /uiiialacorreqiil, the Ciriist gen eral. bad organi/ed a large army, which held the nine or ten northern provinces of Spain. The queen's government from the Hut de claud the Carlists rebels, and ordered them when captured to be shot. This was done for about two years. The Carlists did the same. The government bad places to hold prisoners, the Carlists had none. They held the op?n Held, llgrrible butcheries occurred on both "lacs: eouiliattatits anil non-combattauts were slain. In May, 1*34, an llngllsh vessel was stopred on the high seas, taken possession of by a " panish man of war; two Carlist officers were taken from it and shot. The Duke of Wel ingtou was secretary of state for foreign at tairs in (ireat Britain; that country was in al liance with France and Portugal to support Christiana's government. The dnke, however, determined to otter mediation, taking the out rage abovs-numed as the im|>elling wedge. l?rd Bitot, now Karl St. Gormins, was employed by the Duke. He entered Spain and went to Don Carlo.-, beadqi'arters In Kit. Here ho succeeded in the luloption of a convention between the two forces. This convention made no political or belligerent recognition. Lord Eliot was instructed by Wellington to as sine Don Carlos that no such rcoog uition would be given by tbeallied powers, separately or to. getlier; that Kllot's position wa* mediatorial >n the interests of humanity, and not at all de -igned to meddle with the' internal aftairs ol Spain in the insurrection. This had previously been made knawn to the <}ucen l'.egent. On tlie loth of June a couventiou of nine-articles was signed tor the Carlists by Thomas Isuinabcarnequt, and for the govern ment by (jeronimo Vaides each commanding their respective armies. So carefully is al recognition eliminated that no titles or rank ap peared to either, l.ord Clio; signed as mediatorv witness tor both narties. The convtntion pro vided that captured prisoners should be treated as prisoners of war, that they should be ex changed pro tata and according to stated rank, two or three times per month; That after it wa sigm d no one in any case should be condemned or executed for political opinions only, that one or more towns should be neutralized so as to allow of the holding of unexchanged prisoners, and also, that the convention shonlil not be abro gated during hostilities, and it tbe area of war increased, It should be operative over additional territory. This convention continued in force until lea:', when the Carlists surrendered. No prisoners were killed, and no one executed for opinions during their time. This is substantial^ the text of the document which is now in the bands of .secretary Fish, and which will be the basis In a few davs of a dispatch to President Castelar. Oi-assw-abi roB tbi Whit* Hoits? At the Corning glass works a set ot glassware, destined tor the Presidential Mansion, has just been completed. It is described as follows by the htmlra Advertiser: '-It consist* ot two dozen goblets, which are cut about half way up the bowl, the remainder of the bowl beingrlVbly en graved, and promineut among it is the I nited *>tates coat ot arms. Four dozen champagne glss-es and saucer bowls, cut and eugraved as the goblets; two dozen regular champagne gla.-ses, engraved as the others; six do/.eu canary colored hock glasses seven dozen rubv bowi nint stem sauterne glasses. These color 3lasses are very superior. There are also four Oreo claret, six dozen sherry, and four do/en cordial glasses, two dozen linger bowls, which are cut and er.gr a red with tie coat of arm* three dozen punch glasses, with handles, four dozen icecream plates, ont and engraved as the glasses. The value ot this glass is about i.,000 I It is not a full set, but ordered to make good the lull set sent to the White House some time *otten up with the best of taste, and of most exquisite pattern. The engraving is pertect. We noticed beside the above, a i l?rge (number of entirelv new and beautiful samples of preserve dishes, shell, and other forms, also bottles, decanters. Jtc., which far surpass anything we have ever seen. . '?* t;?cTios Aoaixst Jay Cooki A Co A suit has been brought against tbe St. Paul ar,<i Pyiflc railroad company by I.. A. Wett/en and other bondholders of the eoapaay. the gist of the suit being against Jay Cooke & Co. Tbey say that ten thousand tons of rails were bought for that road with their money and shipped to Mr. Moorhead, who, thev claim. Is a member of the lirm of Jay Cooke 4 Co.; that he pledged tbem to Jay Cooke X Oo. for alleged advances, Ibatbebad no right so to pledge them, that tbey tad a lien on the raits, and that Jay Cooke A Co. refuse to gtve an account of their ad v*"'" s nnless guaranteed by the bondhol lers *H their claims under the pledges. They say there is danger that such rails may be sold under such a pledge, and ask an injunction aga'.usc their sale. A temporary injunction was granted by .lodge Barrett in the supreme oourt cham bers in New York on Monday, the bond filed being for yio.mai. W Chicago nas got a hundred miles of wooden pavement and proposes to have another. Y ? P^ter and E. 1>. Merrick, clerks in ? Frauiciicopost office. Iibeen arretted charged with stealing from tbe office, and open ing letters for Uitl purpose. tmi: HiBBiiT ?<tsrK??rii<*. I Kfulv Of v\ I'mlit'-ul Jolm-on In J.fitV* Holt *???- HfiterulK j Ibr (k?r?r tl?nt Molt Nn|t|>rc?**4 the Petilioas f?r (Inni'iirj- What Mr Harlm Abo?t It. A communication lYuiu cs-I'r' * .Ian* A -frew Johoson if published m the I'irtt-i.i ui U..? cit* to-day, in reply to an art.cle kj li.lge Holt printed in the time p i, r i Augujtlast, on the subjtct 01 the execut. >n o. vtr?. Sorra'.t. Mr Johnson expresses surprise that at'ur tlis lap?e of eight Ion* year* J<tdg>> Holt sh inlit li ive re maintd *11* nt, ami tb?* ho bo ild *t this lat- day .ittemp? to meet the charge ai* i ?. a* be ?! dare la hla letter to the Secreur. of War *>>11 *tt.>r the execution of Mary F Surratt, that t. ? with held from the President a p?:' ' >'i - $n.t! ' ?-Jiv nieiribr r? ot '.he conrt. re common Mr.g a enaituj ta'ici of her death-en'.ervi*. MR lOHNSOS Aui.s A HVTI'U. Judp?Holt finds consolation in !lia i.r: that notwithstanding tLe a".-,; 'ion mile acaiuv him. tlie President ordered no c->art r>r hi? tiial. hid n<> charges preferred, ?nd niiis no ?>pi i) accusation. ? Aul her-; th* qufetioti -ug gists itSril," sat* Mr. Johnson, "why Judge Holt. In this attack njion fci? official integrity ilid not himself demand a court ot laquirv'C All bis witnesses were then living the circuni ? ?nce? attending the execution ot tbe conspira tors w. re fresh in the public nitiid; his reputa ' an WM at slake, an 1 MM have been as dear to h'm then as now : yet he sought no rindica tion, tint ha? prelerre-1 to wait nntil the memory of friends, dimmed by Tears, cjuld be male to glvehlm the benefit ot it" doubts aud uncer tainties. Well versed in the law.be Las evi dently weighed tbe advantages which delay would give him; skilled in sophistry. he to tbe best vi vantage all that he considers proved liy bis friends, ami even coustrties iuy forbear auce as c\ idence in his favor.-' vr. snap's |?r?Tl!llKlT?'. Mr. Johnson reviews the evidence offered l>> ?Judge Holt, and savs ?" In bis search for tes timony Judge Holt 'lifoedfiii iu discovering only one witness who said lie saw tbe record ot the rase with the petition attached in the Pres. ident's office. This witne-? is Hun. Jaa. Speed, then Attorney General, who is undoubtedly mistaken in ^lis statements, for, as a'.readv hnwn.Uie tindings and sentence of the court were submitted on the 5th of July, he ami 1 being alone, were then aud there approved by tl.e eKCUtive. and taken by the judge advocate general to the War drpar'ment, where, on the smue afternoon, the order to carr\ them into effect was Issued. Mr. S|ieed driubtloss saw the record, but it must have been in tbe department of war, nut in the executive office." >a. II a HI AS 1HI> NUT sKB THI rlTITloS. Mr. .loLnfon refers to Mr. Harlan's letter, in which be says, relative to an informal cabinet d'scussion on the subject, that at no time was any part of the record of the trill, the decision of tbe court, or toe recommendation forcleinon cv read in his presence. Mr. .lohi'?n continue '?Th!? record of the court wtis submitted to nie by Judge Holt In 'he afternoon of the fifth day of duly, 1 Instead of entering theexecntlve niai?:cn by the usual wi:\ he gained admi*ion by the private or fani ily entrance to the executive office. The ex amination of the pajicrs took place in the libra ry, ami he and 1 alone wire present. Tbe seu tence ot the court in tbe ca? > of HeroM, At rott and Pi.vne were con-idenM in tbe order narrnd, and then tbe sentences of Mrs. Sirratt .J! U'.E HOLT L RhED THE YABCITH'S OF MR? SI Bit ATT. In acting upon her case no recommsnJitlon lor a row citation of h> r punishment na- meti tioned or submitted to me, but tbe uuestion ol her -ex. which bad already been adverted to ai d uiscufeed in newspaper colnnms presented Iteell and was cumuicuted nj m lMitb by Judge Holt and myself with peculiar force and so lemnity. He urged that the tact that tbe crim inal was a woman was in itself no excuse or puliation: that when a wctuui unsexed her self ar.d enterid tbe arena oi crime it was ratber an aggravation than a mitigation of the ollense. * ? * He was not only in favor of the approval of the sentence, but its eveou tion at the earliest practicable day. Vpon the termiiiati?n of our consultation, Judge Holt wrote tbe order approving tbe sintenoeof the court. 1 affixed my name to it, and rolling up the papers he took his leave." Mr. J bnsor, thinks that th-'ta-t that these papers were not submitted to him in the regular way, by the Secretary ot War, proves that Holt was anxious to hurry up the execution, ami this spirit, lie says, characterized Holt's conduct during the whole trial. THE TETITIOS OMITTEP FP.OV THE rrBLISHBD Rteonii. Mr. JoLufoii refersto tbe recur 1 of the trial as pul liilKd bv the phonographer, Mr. Beu Pit man, and gives the letter ot 11. I.. Burnett, juiifre advocate of the commission r% strongly ndorsing "its faithi ilness aud accurarj-.'" And yet he sn>s the petition for mercy '-th't not <\p yrar i,< c< nn*"1iuH KiU* thr fating* andieu'edcri n r it it lu /''' found in any part f Of uIumc, al thciigh. In addition to the proceedings of the court and the approval of the sentences, tbe bcok contains an appendix,giving,among other matters pertaining to the assassination, affida vits made on the 11th of August, 1KG5, more than ;i month after tbe execution. * If. as Judge Holt asserts, it was a rim' to suppress or conn al It from tbe President, was it not also a ciime designedly to omit this important page yom bis authorized version of the trial? It can not be claimed that the oniUaion was acciden tal, for, according to Judge Holt's witnesses the paper, as soon as signed, was attached to the record." Mr. Johnson closes by saying; "If tbe record in possession of the judge advocate gen ral is true, that Is false which be lias given to the public, if, on the other band, the re ord pub lished with bis official sanction is true, then that in his bureau is raise necessarily.1' W It AT EX-SECRETARV HARLAJf SATS. Kx-Senator Harlan, for some time a member of Mr Johnson's cabinet,disclaims all respou sibllity for ex-t;overnor Koote's attack on Mr. Johnson published in that paper, aud <ays he bas never doubted that President John-on faithfully and conscientiously discharged the painful "duty whicb. as the "executive ot the nation, the law and Ins oath of office devolved on him. Whether the recommenJation of mem bers oi the court tor clemency on account of the sex of one of these convicts was ever before the President or not mav be a tuestion of consid erable importance to the reputation of parties who make opjosing statements as to the facts, but jt does not affect the main .uestion hardly a feather's weight. They did not make thii recommendation as a court, but one more than hull ol the members did so as individual-, on account of age and sex, and for no other rea-an. A llFMARKABLE DlVOB' E Si it?The Brinckley divorce suit presents a new phase. The plaintiff, K.lizabetli Brinckley, and the de ferdant, llegh l.awson Brinckley. are native ot Memphis, Tenn . and the defendant is ex pretant heir to over sl.SOO.W). On tbe death ol her father, Mr. Charles, a well-known thea trical manager, tbe plaintiff came to this city, where she renewed ner former acquaintance with the defendant, whom she had known in Memphis, aud lived with him as his wife, they agreeing, as she alleges, to be mau and wife wiibeut tbe marriage ceremony. In 1813 he de serted Iter, aud she sued for separate mainten ance, and was awarded ?'Ju a week pendtug the suit. Tbe ca?e was tried last Mav before J adge \ ant Brunt, without a jury, when defendant swore tl.at their relations "were meretricious, and that there was no marriage between tbem. Judge Van Brunt decided, yesterday, that the case must goto a jury.?.V. Y. Tribune, 11'*. Hybkoi'Hokia fbom a Cat Btr*?Two week* ago Herman Shaurman a German, of 1 Hopkins street, Brooklyn, was caressing a favorite cat. The animal suddenly jumpod and fastened its t'aug* is his nose. The cat subse I uuentlv showed signs ot madness and wa*killed. Sbaurnian's wound began to pain him and he afterward acted strangely. He jnmp?d from his bed at night and raa round the street and I acted so like a maniac that his family feared bim. On Monday he escaped t? tbe street and [ was brought back after a long chase. A police surgeon was summoaed who says that he Is suf fering from a form or hydrophobia. Tbe man I seems to dread the sight of water and is deter mined to escape from the house. Uiovsid ik (."hesai eake Bat?J. Hubert Ruskell, first officer of the bark George S. Hunt, from Baltimore, on the 8th inst., for l>emarara, fell overboard on the evening of the same day- I and was drowned. The accident occurred a short distance below Sandy Point, Chesapeake *>?y Death from Kther? At Bos to n the wife of James H. Crie, cashier of the freight depart ment of tbe Old Colony railway, died on Mon day in a dentist's office while under the Influence or ether Only a small quantity bad been ad ministered, when she went into convulsions and died rood altar. A Ma]>'s lIlAD ClT <>rv BT A KaILBOAD Train ?George Armprlester. a freight con ductor ot the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, wa* run aver at lx>cust Tolnt switch yeeterday morning and Instantly killed. Fly* heavily loaded freight cars pas>ed over bis neck, com pletely severing the head irom the trunk. Aw Asti-Chisbsb couvbiitiob is ms*?ton at San Francisco. An wMtmb ?? th? subject ot Cbiue-e emigration Is to be submitted by It to the people or the United States. TELEGRAMS TO THE 8TAB ? Tf%>? *1fitrnoi*n'a ItiMpmlchct A?oriRl>><l IVi'in H'port*. IflRL frni?l E( KIIEEV ! i in: * in %i> or Tin: tiki-isii ?. ?mi r?itii-i n. hr ?r hi k ? k?:h mioi : : ll< ? I.i)U( l? (Ilia K.iih*rll) I* ? on Itanf T HiVtM. November IS? Ob the Ttk ;u*taiit iU captain aim! tinly-r.x of the cr?? of thr ?te.,ni<r Virginias wrre executed a! San'.aged* Cabs, and on the nut day, tlie -th Inst., twelve m^ie Df tU CuIiad volunteers on tit rc?ci mere shot. Among the lutcr ?u Francii.c Altera. i.Ari.R oat t( liie\ivnuf> vn*f? ? *iiiio?? fwr 111- Life. Hax-axa, November 1'J ?Tbe dispatch from Santisgo <le ? -iba anno'incing th" execution or Captain Fry ami the crew of tbe \ lrginins ?n l twelxe mora Cuban patriot*,*av* that Fran Ma Alfero. who was among the Utter n umber of lered the Snatii-.ii antb>rltic* ?t.noo.ooi If they would -|are hi* life. The Spaniard* ?ay Alfero came to twame the Presidency of the ?o-oalio>l Cuban republic. SEW YORK nt<IXr,||S Ar.SI'TID. Several passenger*. l?<>tb men an 1 women. bv tLe steamship < ity of \e* \ ork front \"? York. November which armed yes'erdav were arrested bv the authorities on landing It if reportec that they are accused of eoioplie tx witli the in*urgents. II.n-* mi? Heal Bn?l?e*?r Vi'MWK" UR-tTINO K??l>\ POR * 1'Hii adklpbia. Noxeiubcr 1.'.irder* have been received at tbe navy rard to fit out the monitor Manhattan tor sea'by Friday uext. A large force of workmen are employed. It i* understood that other monitor* at l.cagu? Island arc to be made rea.lv for service at on.e. Wall Mreet To day. Kexx York, November 1.'.?The ancy ui ir ket Is easy at C to" on call, and discount* are dull at IJ to Is per cent. Foreign eicbange strong. and higher for sixty days sterling, lead ing bankers having advanced their rate to li* The actual busil es- wa< at lOti to lo - , . Sight bills continue firm, and are <)uotod at ?? to 10s t. Gold was lower at opening and declined from loT \ to 1?7 on tlie advance in securities of I,on don, but afterwards recovered to 1- T 4 ou report* that the Spaniards bad shot more ol th' prisoners rec< Htly captured on the Vtrfinius. The rates paid for carrying were 7 to '.. Soutii ern states securities, -j'nct and steady, Covet n ment bonds firmer. The stock market opened strong, and price* advanced v, to 2 , percent. At the first board tli.-re was a general reaction, and the intr?ef contin.el irrcgnlar antil the second call, vli 'O prices advanced to a higher point th in pre piously reached. Tlie lnarke 1* now buo; ant a:.d very strong ? From tlie I'Ncilii' Siils. 'rr.isco kxcited ovr.it hkr rot r mile ra< Sax Fisahcisco, November Pon sell.ng rn the lour mile tace for >--'1,000, to come ott on Saturday ne*t, began to-night. 'I h td. Sieve'is is the lavo'ife. the pools selling a? follows Tli*'. Stevens, VI, doe Diniels, 1 True Blue, ?>: Hllbhard, 15. HOLD PReiJI ALASKA. A dispatch from Vancouver's Island ?ay* a steamer arrived there to-night from Sitka with news of a rccent discovery ol new mines in the < assiau country. She brought djwn twelve miners, who have -lj."01 in gold dust. ? The Hniliirs' Hoarillnsc-lton*)' Harder In I'tiilartvlpliln. PHUADEiriiiA, Novamber 1.' .J..hn Boyle, who was stabbed by George Kussell in a sailors' boarding-house yesterday, died during tbe night. The parties were shipmates. The diffi culty commenced during a wrestling match, both being intoxicated. The deceased has a family living in Dublin, Ireland. Kus-ellisio custody. Another breat 4arli?l Vletory Ke. ported! Bavokkc, November 12 It is roj>ort<-d that another battle has taken place between the Carlists and republicans, again resulting ma great victory for the former. The republican are reported to have lost 1,300 men, and the CarUata W. Hub Soles. CITIJ EKS' JIOMl*ATION POR MAT'IR. Boston. November 12?Samuel C. <".?bb. ha been nominated for mayor of Boston, at a citi zens meeting of republicans an I democrats. now. There was a light tall of snow here last night. Foreign Note*. HEW RATE OF BX< IIAN<<R. Lobdok, November 1_'.?The committee of the Stock I xchange have adopt?<l a res.iiut.oii thatour shillings British) per do'lar lAiueri can: shall be the rate of exchange after the 1 of December. ?? Severe Know Storm in Xea l iiglaiKi. Cokcork, N. H., Novemhir VI?Fjui luches of snow fell here last ni^ht an<i seven inches a* Bradford, three inches at Claremmit and s x inches at Plymouth. The storm changed to rain this morning. Che Kemitllul Kaon. rovGHKERi'SiE, N. Y., November U?Four inches of snow fell here last night, the nrst of the season, but to-day it is raining. Maryland Bapllsl In ion AvuiM-ialiuu Tbv thirtx - eighth annual session of the M*r> lami Baptist T'nion Association. couimencsJ yesterday in Baltimore. 'REPORT OP THE CltfRCHES. The chuiches were calle<l in order and re poited their condition. Among them ?ere the following in this neighborhood : ? Mmf, WatkiKyt'-h. ?Church limitc<ily ptaa perous. From irregularity of pulpit labor, the attendance has fallen ofl'. Members. 2W. KockriM*.? Church largest in village. Sunday school not very prosperous. Kerlral and si x conversions. To Association, ffl.v;. AiJea in building Germantown Church. Members. IM. Sunday scl.ool 40 scholars, teachers Church not greatly prosperous Brother Warren called tothe pastorate, eh ir. h growing since Norevival. Noparsonge No organization tor promo'lon of bcnevo'.ent ob jects. Mtinbtrs 3i>. Snnday school scholars J", teacheis fifth, Washingtott.?Church not very prosper ous.' Meetings large Members not s'uffi leutiv faithful. Norerival. Converilons, II. M -m bers. :101; Sunday ?< boot scholars, 2i>:; u?cu ers, J9. Ca(?ar.z, Il??\inp'?a?Chur -h enjoying u?ual prosperitv Sunday school growing. A revival was moderately successful. Members, 3->2. Contributions to all objects. *CM Muirhrl:?Sot any great prosperity dnring tbe vear. No settled pastor. No increase at membership. Norevival. Members, s, Sunday school scholars. 25; teachers, 4. llave a mis sion rcliool of 10 scholars. Hlaiirntturg?Church and Sumiav school prosperous, lie rival in March and l<; conver sions. No parsonage. Members. 7J, Sunday school scholars. ~ti, teachers, 5. RI.RCTIO OP MODERATOR. The next buaine?- * as tbe election of a perm anent moderator and clerk. A. Fuller Crane, esq., declined a reelection. He had served the aaaociatlOD twentv sij rears as clerk and toar years aa aaoderator. and he thought he should now enjoy a seat in the body. He was with the association In its iafaocT, and hened to be with it in ?s Taiwan growth. F. Calvin Williams was dulv elected clerk Tbe tellers reported thai ot the ?1 vote# east for moderator, l>r. Brantley had reoeired TT, and wa*. therefore, dulv elected moderator Mr Craae thanked the association for permit ting him to retire, aad he congratulated the as sociation upon electing as moderator, the ?oa of one of the aaea who. on October M, InW first foamed the association Dr. Brantley thanked tke association tar the honor conferred on him. Tbe ekurche* asking, membership to the as sociation are Betbanr church, of Baltimore. North Baptist rhnreh of Washington; and ? ?eadenhall Street Church. Dr Welling will address the amoclatioa on Tbursdav afternoon, ?? beholl or oelaiubian College. FoRBinx ABD Naiivb ForrtATioB?The Philadelphia North American aaya el the dis cumlon about the relative number of Amertcaaa and foreigners 1b this conotry and of the etects of that population: '-The estrerua stateBW'.m woa that half ef o?r population consists oi for etgnersand their children of the first ?eteia tlon?lVWi.Kl ."orelgn in 3aMtJXl total. The census finally dlipoaes of the dispute. It giraa 4.1CT.616 aa tie namber of nativea haviag both parents foreigners, when s.gr; foraign-born residents are mbtracted trom the hap isg both parents foreign. Ineloding thoaa whe have aae parent foreign, than are hat * or two-eerenths of the whole population .inatead of one-halt ttom foreigners and thtdMeaadaats of the first generation. Tk* (apliir* mt Mm Tlr.tal** The New >?fk lleraid ?? ye*a. i a* aata <rt Ik* mpttirr 0( the \ irgiaiu* ant tk? tWiiwg ea (Nr4u lUtrili "Among tk? ('a^HlUa *?i?*a. although mere k antaw er n?Mi llrtr dorr no* i;>mt <? W ?nity ol ?. Hot aid ?trk ol the i? wetting lr<l?|*nl>Ml; of rh?- i.'hrt Tk? aeeletv of -Amign* de CoW k>< >'? Heednnnr l?i? ti No >i r.irkWM |>lv?. ami !lin? a lualr kw d the leading ? ?l?n M lAa *>lj t?U ttim w?'?<laj anrrntx>n OfMral Frawci*.t> V. A gottere, \ kv pn ? .(mt ?f Hi* rotaa Kf|x(iic. who vat h>*hi, I alarm > I ike reporter opoa ta oairy. that t?-? iibeaa la New Urk air cvrtli j all Iknr |?m M li ?at ?at tnd thai itf "?! rm' <?a? are >wa 4. -? ?. v rnr en I ?? rpri-e will ea.ned oat withiw , Of coi lw w:li:t| cnald be IrariM w \e* re I eardlvg tbej ? -aelef the partv or th* pen' ' from which th* will ?atl ?**Y PTRAWUI Bt'V"?a are aItcef concerning the ca4>< arr of' thr Vir gnla* ?lnch tucliue our to Uh* ?|>inwn tbai ^h< in fUTrc tiered unnecraaar ij to the i li?? >h fi"rr!lr Twii?l? " KM.lMtliattlf ? \ Irgit'n* took pti board at K ti|<u<i. | |Twr tniai'iif tor Cuba. .?? i?i? ot foal >br wa* dectdtulv te>t, having a ?leant tig power e.joal to neatlv fourteen \not? an hoar She left Nlitf*?o?t on H>* TM of lactone an-1 wa* rUait an< rtvtntil M th) orb A. iMIM Hi th* imHajit \ ul r!'(iwvi> who have swrra 'ill the \ Irgiulna lier consumption or ? ??l **ero^e-l twenty tao t .? per dav. and tWrit v lrl> til* weald If ?nn fare* allowance rne average r[<rf-! ol the Tornado la about mnr anar*. bat in ( Ml|ri ?it s ?J?? !1I*V be pti*?ict I..rirr nkim' an extreme ralr ot rprfJ tor a war r???l gmtn an- nr. imstanoe*- Vow. tn the tlm ? the \ i gintnt had been at sea. If It I* the tact t*i ?? abe Took on board ? ??> tou* of coal. ?l?" atonM have otumicnl t>o' nice than -I'd f.?n?. I. .viag a 1 alanc* In Off I nnk- r* ot IM. Fr iu the-, data it tr ?i1;i;rt1 that -br nrrrr aV.'ild ba?f tteen orril . iY.1 1 any *w~fi ?. ??? 1 aa rho Tornndo. TIii' i - ainnarion la rtioao ????rtlnp i(>iiJt t ri ninai^'i-r. ' aptaf JiWffh ^*T, < m; pin our, anJ a> kr l> n?w ? j.r ?on*r. with no o|'t ? *tui ??!t tor mak'".( a Jrfri 'r a* cliarji It would be w?ll to -on-i ter H lrateaHv. ???? inr? twit amr* A qnotion bartna arltaa aa to tkr actual owa< r ^L.|>of ttir \ irg'nlaa, Inrolrinc nfrmtar, the right of rirotOCtton. a llcrall n-? >i'#r \rr tordav called on tl<*n. Mannol nr-a.1 a r<> Varn Ihc lactf It liar i?n a?aprt?4 that ahr l ?k>n< to ???n. '."'loraila lmt th? gonrral 1 r ^.1 oir cuaistantiaUr M at *lir dor# or orar4t4. tor ftrr ?o ahoit a pofiod belong to hlm.oithcr alrce ho ha* b?'tn a resident of ttia l*n to* Utatoa ??r while ho war in \ . neroala He farther ?> iwrtr4 that rhr ln> never ?a?n -a Kl.il ha" carried an? other lliau lite American nag and the ha> alwayr during tliat i?erk?d racelre<i l ei float *n< e# in the ;i?ual rorm from oonxil* .u iioita al>roa?i It Ik Mud that alio iaowued by air. .John l'atternon. The llaiarUI aad InUiiairlal Praa ilia ?kv miuKriMM all i*nr?o. The akiae .n .t.i.ueto grow brigbur ?.?? > ; but rur?lr The lion lulilaent ol SalarAat - I r. ill. UN thai the Hank ol Knglatxl woui-l I iartber alliance the rata of dloooam th.< week together w ilb aiiiUortlatlTa aaaaraacaa lrw? Huston that tlic tailuatrial do|Wlawa ia that ? ,uarter har t e< i greatl v < \aggi i >teO. >a|?ul otwnlng: anil when to thto te added a further material gam in legal tendon by the New Yoik bank*, and a le-? ?liingeut leoiiag IB the Mtfi markct.tl .it, rnom tor the ea|<aclat>oa thai thinga lit.Li IL.- ittue henceforward * I ba on the tnend. sen luiiian at t.a?. The governing eommittweot the New 1 otk t ieariug bou*e amoi-ialuia have aubmitte.1 the lullowmg i .i I gotei ii ika aaaoctatod harihr First, no bank ?li?Tl j.ajr, or procure ty be |^id. iiiteurt npon tlri<i?ft.?, aooond, bo rneck -hall be certiiied in ?ii the full aaaowwt la hrwt .teiioa iii-d. tlnm ( lierkk ii|Hiu awitciatvd baiiaaottU ? receirnl on i .?.t. tonrUi. . boeka uj .m e? out ol N<u i ?k city HMM at rataaal tile count Hxed Lt the Heart lag boawe namalHat tilth, chock* will be taktn at 4?paaltor a rUk. and l oilected :brougk tlir I la?lag hinin aiitii chock* not gootl win be returned W tua dapea litorou li.t lo iowing Bank* n - t i<l'*etTitig tl.t m- rnlee wtll Ik- eacl i I -.1 from the clearing hour* !ii-?oclalioa. Tho foregoing r.r.oe hare been ?ul iniileil, and wui be di^ -u<aad al the!i meeting tlii> day week. atwl. I a |. e i ? ill go Intu i it.11 ? January. Mi The !>u l/UMM aaringa banh ot' Pit'ehurg. and the Mti.og? dt |<mhi bank of Ka?l I i?wrtt . ?un*nd?d rM.tiidt tna imor ih drv mwm rm r* ' I Following Ine e\am|'lo of Cladm \ t"o in throwlitf their *i* million* worth o- g.>. aoodf on the mtiket loommenelng re-tenlai l'rake. I'|tltk' A Co. alao annowwea a a.milai dis|iOMtion oi ilicu Ktock, at auch eaah arica* a* I it marbling. *o. that lieforc the and of the aeek. al! ?' ilrv ^nod* will probably be down to low water luark. Other hoa-e* will haTe to follow. BHD OP A KAir.KOAD *TKIKg. The late uriker* on the F.a-' lcnn?f^t. \ ir gitila. and (ieorgla mllmad, tweludlng the aw I glneera mat '. l-ainl blachaiuitk*. bare w lirawii irou their unioua. Tke ngiMtn. in a publirhtd caii.. acknowledge their error, an t 1 *a> they hare dettrmlned to immediately w.tli diaw from n.t argaaiaattea known a* th*'i< . erliood ot IxieonMit ve Kaglaeerw. The m? t n i>4> and black?miUir hare alio atgniM and puli li*hed a car.l to the mm effect, witbdiawng frcm the machinirt* and fclaek?mlth?' anion. Traia* are all rnniiing regular '.r and ereri th.ng is I erlcctly ijaut, klBfirBAR AdHtmu OOIJI' inn. The rteam^iij* Atla*. which tailed yerterda* Itom KoMon fot I.iTfi|?ol.had ^30 uteeraj.** I'A* tenger-. a large pro]-irHon of them mill opera tive* and artiraa*. who are returning to the ' lid Wctld tor Itck of employment. >ome tor'y f*. tor\ o|?tatir(t . atue fiom Fall Kiret Ui tml.ark on the Atla*. The Villiai.h 1 >.i KMaaaaT at Chh'a?" ? At the billiard tournament in Chicago yeaier dav the tirrt game, between Cyrillc Dion and hlonKin. an won by the former liv a ??cor* ot 400 to :ili7. Tha eeconj game, between Maurice lialy.ot New Vork.at.d Peter Harder, of Chi cago . wa* won by Ualy, nooriug Mo to hnydei > IC:? The costektai.t* In the tint game lael t.tM were Albert Gunner, of New York, and JoLn Ile-f ngft. of Chicago. The game wa- wwn by Oarn-.er In .vt inning*, by a more of Mute .!?. The MiOti! game w a* brilliant on the pari ot I>aly. the victor. He took the lead, atnl mam tainid It thrr ugLent. i-coring too to siv?^>i ? ?.?P7. In tie i?:h It-ltig I?alv made a rni. of IM. The game ??? fc- -bed in the X?d Inning A ST?r?na roR L:p??Itaac Kmm. n- a fainrr of Menlani. N. J., emj IovimI a hall witUd laborer, l.nutf Hiker, to help In tae com litld.aLd rt 1 u.-?J to pay him until the work wit (inlkhed. On Sunday Riker picked a <iuar rel with Kmmon-. an.1 attacked h:w with a kcrthe b.ade. Tlie acythe |*>lnt wa* dull, aad did r.ot make a eeriotia nound, bat 1:bboii> 6| rat-i ed the blade, and ther xtrogglou neativ ?alt hour lor it. Cannon*'* hand* were gashed to the bone the paliur and tlnger* being - raped clean. Neighbors who had lierr.*ent lor kno'-k^i Kiktrdown. It i* thought that Cmcion* will have the lock jaw. The Kootiimi Ki-tiv won lamas Mr? DaitBR*?A public meeting waa hel.: in Or. Cieab; cl-urch. New Vork, Taut night, to con aider the beet mean* tyt xuppreeo.ng Indian wars and the traisds which *aperlnduee them. Sev eral gentlemen *p?ke abnrply abrat the mannei in which the Indian* are treated- Father Roe ton ottered resolution*, which were a iopted. reccgn./ii g the rtghte of Indian* at men, arul uiging that a delegation be aent to tliem with expieeMonsof kmdlv feeling*, ano Invite rop rcrentaUonr Irom varioua tnbetto meet tbeii friend* in thi* ciiy on the i4h of January ne\t. Ktr t ion Co>Ti-T be Cumberland Md New*, oi I'ridav laid, aav* We were intormed veeterday that Viari. I iarritaon, Sainmoaa and Mcllfirhl candidate* lor the iegialatiire on the i<pate* tj< ket. are going to conteat the eteetion. They claim that on!v three men abound have been voted for, a* on'the ticket, and ttiat as tour were voted lor on the repabtlean and autl spate* ticket*. tUat the vote to eaat will be thrown out, and that Uaea theirUoket.- will have the laigett vote We underxtaod that notice* of the contest were being prepared ye-'er lay Ui be *erTCd at once M.nneaiKiUf U skating. ?^Cairo, 111., U to be amuae.1 with areligioa* di*cai?ion three week* long. VCoiambat, Da , ha* a Methodu>: mtmater who condacta three chore he*. t/"A Boston dry good* denier advert.ae* "financial cranh towel* ' VThere wa* enlv one death from yellow fever In Memphi- veeterday. The Howard aa ?eclation report* four new caaaa. a^-A bachelor raaadiag Toagaaovte. Kaaxae. ofler* ti.no.> reward to aa, lady who can beat him cooking VThe \ oung Mea t Christian AawociatWa of Chicago ha* postponed it* profoaod Bar.aar ot AH Natioae en aeooant of the natae WTtie towa clerk of Laocarter want fanning lately, aad kept fear yoaag People two day* waltlag fbr their otarritv* certfHeater KF"Henry Ward Beecher It aspMted to ad r*t a ma** meeting of the ai tr at Sew Verfc on Friday. W.lame* A Luca* tha * ?sr.lame* A. Laica*. the weaMhtaat eiUten ot St. Loalt, wbodied of paralyeiaoo Sunday night. iio SotSk'e,tiMtaa 10 ** w*nk t",?ii,w?er ?FTM mloon keeper* of Dahnawe, Iowa, Boat of wham were tadieted Mr eelUM l*taor contrary to law, have ckiata to fate Jafl rather thaa pay the tae of BHenah and ootu. VIka aapreme eoaaefl ef the Mveraaga Ceowtatery ol tha Xld degree of the r iariadietlea at the CaMedStataa mat la ywtorday. tor Am anthaaaaatic alec tk> near tat who fell early la the battle at reerta wa* aeea aba or a the Indtaa la treat 1 a Bp and veto. _ , ? Jearaal la aathoriaad to deay the iMtatal, tong curreat, aad recently '?".that gen* terffpragae had made hand 1 hi* wife and