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The Massachusetts Democracy Gathering at Worcester. First Notes from the New York Op position Convention. The Missouri Republicans Advised to Support the Independ ent Ticket. Roth. Portion to Call Indigna tion Meetings in the South. Denunciation of tho Rccont Outrages a Slock in Trade. Prof, Julius H. Seelyo an Independent Candidate for Congress. Minor. Political Items. Massachusetts Politics* tub deuooiuoy and thbih state convention, Special IHipatch to Tht Chicago Tribune, Worcester, Mass., Sopt. B.—There have been many eves of Slate Conventions In Worcester when there wore more delegates In tbo dty than to-night, but tbo arrivals on tho aftoruoon and evening (rains have boon numerous enough to cauio a thorough siege of the taolol-rcglstcrs, and mako locomotion difficult in tho Day State House corridors, which aro none too largo lu tho most quiet times. All tho possible and probablo Democratic Congressional candidates aro boro, as well as most all who look for tho honor of a place on the State ticket. Among those who are already on the ground aro tho Son. Joslah G. Abbott, of Boston; Col. diaries Groan, of tho Bos ton Post; Mayor Tarbox, of Lawrence, Judge Soar’s opponent last year; Leopold Morse, who has stood against Sam Hooper in two elections; Senator Bacon, of Lawrence; ex-Senator Warren, of Boston; Charles F. Thompson, of Gloucester, who will bo tbo party candidate against Gon. Butler in tho Essex District; cx-Mayor Smith, of Springfield, who hopes to be again tbo associate of Mr, Oaßton at the bead of tho ticket; Jteubon Noble, of Wentllcld, Mr. Dawes' opponent two yearn ago; Senator Ingalls, of Marblehead; the Hon. William Aspinwall, of Brookline; and Senator Oolliiiß and Michael Doherty, President and Secretary ©1 the Boston Cllv Committee, This shows that there Is no lack of Interest In tho deliberations of tho Con vention, however wolithoy may have - boon forecast.' Tho Uou. Lovorott SaltouatalJ, ono of tbo host repre sentatives of tho old Democracy in the State, and a gentleman who was prominently mentioned os a candi date last year, Is to preside, and tbo wbolo of tho last year’s ticket* will bo renominated by acclamation, with the exception, perhaps, of tbo second name. It Xb difficult to say now with certainty liow strong is tho feeling In favor of Gen. W. G. Bartlett, of Plttnflcld. for Llonteuant- Qoveruor. Ho has not Rought tho office, and therefore tlio party managers aro loath to laho him up: but the Joungcr men arc warm in his support, and his chances ook favorable to-night. Ho was one of tho bravest lit tho war, in which ho lost a leg, and us a lawyer and au accomplished gentleman stands very high in tho State. TOE STATS CENTRAL COMMITTER tnct as usual to-night, ami. after electing Mr. Satton stall to preside over tho Convention, selected tho sev eral committees on credentials, permanent organiza tion, resolutions, to. nominate tho roinaludcr of tho Elate ticket, and to receive and count votes. These committees are of cloven onch, ono from each Con gressional District, except that to nominate tho rest of tho State ticket, which will consist of twenty-two. After tho adjournment of tbo Committee, several prominent Democrats weto called in, and the platform discussed. It will bo brief, and in tho form of a decla ration of principles. It will declare IN FAVOR OF HARD MONET and a speedy resumption of specie payments, and in favor of a tariff for revenue purposes only. Tho Southern outrages will bo laid at (ho door of tho car pet-baggers, who havo Infested those States. Tbo talk to-night is more in favor of Smith for Xileutuuaut Governor. Bartlett docs not desire the otlicc, and, though It is thought ho would stand If nominated, ho has no one authorized to labor for him. It is also significant that Noble, of Westfield, a town which instructed its delegates for Bartlott, Is working for Smith, and think* that ho should have tbo honor. Tint WUOLB CONVENTION . la now so well laid out that it can bo announced almost to a certainty: Cob Aspinwall, Ohalrmau of the State Central Committee, will call to ordor at IX o'clock, and, after tho appointment of the committees, as ar ranged to-night, 001. Saltonstull will take the chair, and, after a short speech, an adjournment will be hud for dinner. After tho roccss, the ticket of last year will ho nominated by acclamation, tho resolutions passed without debate, Mr. Gaston will make a speech accepting tho nomination, and there will bo speeches Ly other Democrats as long as there is time. Tho delegatee to-night oro quiet and confident. SEI'UULICAK FIGHT FOB THE NOMINATION Xtf THE TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Social to f)i» Chicago Tribune, SmiNos'iELD, Mug,, Sopt. 6.—A striking tHuelra- Clou of the looseness of party tics in Massachusetts has been afforded to-duy. A canvass for Uio Republi can nominee to succeed the superannuated Crocker, as member of Congress from Uio Tenth District having begun same time since, three prominent candidates soon developed—Prof. Stockbridgo, of the Massachu kotta Agricultural College, who is a great mau among the Grangers ; Charles A. Steven*, of Ware, & wealthy manufacturer, and Prof, Julius H. Senlye, the most distinguished Professor in Amherst College. The politician# early made Uieir choice between Stock bridgo and Elevens, Scclyo not being the sort of man they affect, and' the nominating Convention will doubtless take one of the first two men. Stockbridgo at first seemed to have the advant age, but the exposures of his connection with the Hart ford k Erie Railroad swindle in 1870 has proved a sad drawback, and present indications are that Stevens will bear off the nomination. Prof. Seoljre, however, though without friends among the wire-pullers and pipe-layers, la the man whom a good many of the voters think is best qualified to represent them ut Washington, and a week ago a call was Issued for bis friends to meet at Greenfield this noon for consultation. In response to tho call about fifty gen tlemen, Including some of tho most prominent and higbly-rcnpoctcd citizens of the district, assembled, and. after a frank interchange of views, resolved that, as it was a foregone conclusion that Stevens or Btockbridge would get the regular nomination, they would nominate Sccfyo upon bis merits upon the spot, which was done by a unanimous vote. Prof. Soclye will not lift a finger In his own behalf, but hla friends will Issue nu appeal to the people, and make a strung effort to secure his election. AH the people at tbo Greenfield gathering wuro Republicans, uud their course iu nominating Sculyo In advance of all caucuses or inventions is a striking illustration of the spirit of independence that is abroad in Massachusetts this full. Corretpontlcnee at The Chicago Tribune. Boston, Sopt. o.— 'The work of the Democratic Btato Convention, which meets in Worcester Wednes day, is pretty much laid out already. Tho platform will contain the usual party shibboleths, sot forth in tho least offensive manner compatible with a show of consistency with the Bourbon notions that alone are tolerable in some sections. On tho Reconstruction question, Civil Rights, Southern State.Governments, etc., it will echo the opinions of the Opposition every where. Touching tho Tariff, It will probably Incline to tho liberal position taken by tho Maine Democracy. On finances and the currency, it hi likely to Lo quito as pronounced on tho right side as the plat form of the Illinois Opposition, Tho Pendleton vagary bus never found any favor in Massachusetts, except among thu crowd that rallies when colled for to tho standard of Gen. Butler. The Convention Is likely to bo a larger and more hopeful one than lor several yearn past, Tho scorning determination of tho Republican Prohibitionists to run liicut.Gov.Talbot gives them the courage to believe there Is a chance to elect their candidate, and better reason to believe that they will at all events very much strengthen tho party-force In tho Legislature, aud possibly gain a member or two of tho Congressional delegation. Therefore they will make every effort to demonstrate tlse vitality and enthusiasm of the organization. Tho nominee for Governor will unquestionably bo William Gaston, ox-Mnyor of Boston. Mr. Gaston is ©no of those coutloiuon who, without over doing any thing to Justify it, gets reputation for possessing the quillffcatloiiß for high office. Ills Mayoralty of Boston was signalized by tbo Great Fire, and, in the Judgment of tho itcople. ho then showed himself quite unequal to tho necessities of vigorous action in time of impera tive emergency. Bo strong was this feeling that, al though he was a andidoto for re-election one ft Citizens’ticket, ho was beaten by the Hon. Henry L. Pierce, now Congressman. Ho makes a fair but cover • remarkable speech. As a lawyer, he is Industrious and successful, but not brilliant. His Seat strength as a Democratic candidate, opart from e confessed uprightness and purity of bis personal character, is tbo fact that ho made no record during war-time that can be brought out lo his prejudice. Moreover, ho Is not an Intense partisan, aud did nut nesltulo to accept an Invitation to speak at tho citizens' mooting in Fauouil Hall after Sumner 1 ! death. Ho - U also a young mim. Ills availability Is due more to what ho is not ond hna not douo than to any remarkable posi tive traits of political character, No doubt bo would fill tho office of Governor with dignity and a fair measure of ability, but the elunce of hla election Is not half so good ua It is sojnatimes represented to be. For Lieutenant-Governor the choice lies between the Sion. W. L. Smith, ox-Mayor of Springfield, who was the candidate last year, and Oou. William F, Bartlett, of Pittsfield. Oen. Bapflott to one of the State's most gallant soldiers, a man of brilliant parts, and very iwpulur. In 1373 he supported Qrceloy, and is, fur that reason, not unite In favor with straight Republicans. At the last Harvard Alumni meeting ho made a brief, eloquent speech, denouncing with un* sparing contempt the whole brood of Northern bar* Elea who have settled upon (ho South to plunder It. Is intense words wore cheered to the echo, and were repeated all over the laud, Grant and Grant's pulley find no sympathy in him, and this la why ho seems acceptable to the Domonraoy, Ills nomination would gtestty strengthen th# ticket, lint might nuke people Inquire why ho was sot given the first pise* instead of Clio second. As for the rest of tho ticket, there Is little talk about it, and it will bo made up as the humor files on the day of Convention. The Now York Opposition* Alrant. Sopt. B.—Tbo olty la full of Democratic and Liberal poUtlclaus in attendance upon to-morrow’s Oonvontlon. Senator Fenton was serenaded to-night, and made a brief npoooh In reply, but did not discuss any Important topic. Thera aro a vary largo number of Democrats from all parts of the State, and they eeom certain that no ticket will bo nominated. Tho Liberals aro very reti cent, and say nothing definite baa boon agreed upon, and will not bo until the Oonvontlon moots. itlluonrl Politics—A ItopnbUcnn Slate Convention Galled to Moot iU Jeffer son Olty Sept* 23, Special DUpateA to The Chlecwo JVfeun*. . St. Louis, Mo., Sopt. B.—The mooting of tho Repub lican State Committee boro to-day was an interesting and Important ono as bearing upon tbo future of poli tics In Missouri. Tho antecedent condition of affairs was about as follows: During tho last Houston of tho Legislature tho Republican members held a caucus, to which many loading minds of tho party from various parts of tho Slate were invited. At thlu caucus It was with considerable unanimity resolved that tho proper policy In tho fall canvass would bo to retire the Re publican patty ss an organization and encourage by such inaction tbo formation of nn Independent State ticket. The Globe, of this city, warmly applauded the conclusion at the time, but, subsequently, Its rival, tbs Democrat, assumed a conspicuous part In loading tho Independent movement. The Globe, in tho absence of its chief proprietor, backed water, and bos boon vigorously demanding a straight Republican ticket. Tho Last-named pajtor, wldoh Is regarded as tho organ of tho Federal oificoholdore, received tho Independent nominations made last week with Indig nant ridicule, and has boon prodictlngtbal tho Republi cans of the tit ate would ignore or ropudiato them. At tho , meeting to-day of tho Control Committee, which was unusually full, representatives being present from every Congressional district, an attempt was mado to compromise tho positions of the Democrat and tho Globe and their friends by unanimously agreeing to call a regular Republican Convention, and with similar unanimity, to recommend thatyald Convention put no new ticket in the field. Tho following resolution em bodies those conclusions: ffraotodif, That x Convention of tho Republican party of tho Slats bo culled to moot at Jofforaou Olty on Sopt. 23, to reaffirm tbo itrinolpies of the party, and to per petuate its organisation, ami thnt this Committee recommend to tho Republicans of this State that no nominations bo mado for State officers for tho coming campaign, but that the party bo left perfectly froo to support such ticket as shall best secure economy and good govornmont In Missouri. The preamble to this revolution sols forth (hat, rely ing upon the pledges given by the Legislative caucus oud indorsed by tbo Central Commutes, many Inde pendent Democrats and many Republicans have united In bringing out a non-partisan ticket, and that that ticket will bo accepted by patriotic citizens as su perior In personal merit nud political views to tho Democratic ticket nominated on tho 37th ult. Un doubtedly the safest course of tho Committee was to call a Convention, for if It had not done so there aro some elements that would have "refused to bo bound, and would have insisted on having a convention of their own. Probably tbo most significant feature of the dasrlvo policy on tho part of tbo Republicans wifi bo seen in tho local ami Lcgislatlvo elections. It may be now considered certain that tho Convention of Sept. 23 will make no nominations, and this will resolve tbo question in tho different counties to a decision as between two instead of threo parties. Some of tbo ablest men in tho State will enter vigorously into tho canvass in behalf of Gentry and Hoadloo, (ho Independent nominees for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor. Among those are Senator Schurz, ex-Senator Henderson, ti. T. Glover, Con gressman Btenard, and others, both Democrats and Republicans, It must be stated, however, that the Democratic element supporting ibo Independents will bo small, as tho regular Democratic ticket is a very strong one. Hardin will undoubtedly be elected Gov ernor, but Col. Golmau may bo defeated for Lieuten ant-Governor, as be is very unpopular. OongrcNMloiml Nominations* FOURTEENTH OUIO DISTRICT—RKPORLIOAN, Special VUpateh to J'he Chicago Tribune. Mansfield, 0., Sept. B.—The Republican Conven tion for the Fourteenth Congressional District met hero to-day. The counties wore all represented ex cept Holmes. L. B. Matson was President, aud John lloploy, of Bucyrus, Secretary. William W. Arm strong, an Intelligent farmer of Ashland County, was nominated for Congress by acclamation. Tho following resolutions wore passed: First—That wo heartily adopt tho resolutions of the State Convention, and fool proud of the fact that tho resolutions havo so boldly and courageously declared for tho vindication of tho national honor, the restora tion of a sound currency, and tho enforcement of all laws for good order and morality. Second— That wo rejoice that tbo President of tho United States has so promutly taken tho moans to preserve tbo lives of those In the South who, cither on account of their color or their politics, are in danger of being outraged and murdered by tho self-styled White Leagues. JVurd—That we will support tho nominee of this Convention, and faithfully work for tho Republican success. TENTH TENNESSEE DISTRICT—REPUBLICAN. Memphis, Sept. B.—Tho Republican Congressional Convention in this (tbo Tenth) district, lu session hero to-day, nominated tho Hon. Barbour Lowis by accla mation for ro-oloctloo. SEVENTH ILLINOIS DISTRICT—REPUBLICAN. Special JXipatch to The Chicago Tribune, Morris, 111., Bout. 6.— Thu Republican Congression al Convention of the Seventh District of Illinois met at tho Court-House in Morris this afternoon. Thirty eight delegates wore present, representing the four counties composing this district. The Hon. W. T. Hopkins, of Grundy, was chosen Chairman .of the Convention, and tho Hon. P. Weeks, of Will, Secre tary. Tbo Hon. Franklin Corwin, of LaSalle, was re nominated for Representative to Congress from this district by acclamation. TENTH OHIO DIBTHIOT—DEMOCRATIC. Tiffin, 0., Sept. B. —Tho Democratic Convention for tho Tenth District was held hero to-day. The Hon. G. E. Scney, of Seneca County, was nominated for Congress. 'third onio dxstmct— RLPunuoAN. Sveeutl Diipalchlo The Chicago Tribune. Wilminoton, 0„ Sept. B.—The nomination of J, O. Smith for Congress in tho Third District to-day, at the Morrow Convention, by a vole of 105 to 21 for Doran, is looked on with favor by our people. Tho Convention was full and harmonious, aud all passed off pleasantly. Western County Conventions. MACOUPIN COUNTY, ILL,—nxPUUUOAN. Special DUpateh to The Chicago Tribune. Carlinvjllb, 111., Sopt. B.—The Republican County Convention mot at this place to-day and selected Dr. Seaman, of Shipman, as Chairman. F. W. Cross, of Bunker Hill, was nominated far Sheriff on the first ballot. Thomas Gardner, of Palmyra, was nominated for Coroner. The Convention Instructed its delega tion to tho Congressional Convention to voto as a unit for Col, John I. Rlimkcr, of this county, for Congress from this (tbo Seventh) district. HOOK ISLAND COUNTY, ILL,—BBTORM. Special Uituttleh to The Chicago Tribune. Rook Island, ill., Sept. B.—Tho Independent Re form County Convention met at Argro’s Hall to-duy, ond was largely attended, A committee of five was appointed to confer with a Demcjmtlo Committee heretofore appointed, and tho result was a utilou of forces under the McCormick platform. Twelve dele gates were selected to attend the Princeton Congres sional Convention on tho 21th Inst,, and also delegates selected to tho Senatorial Convention, tho date of which has not been fixed, August Hucslng waa nomi nated for Sheriff and E, 0. Kenburg for Corouor, Clffln Judicial District Election* Special J)iep,Ueh to The Chicago Tribune, Eloin, IU., Sopt. o.—Cody has the following majori ties : Elgin, »3 ; Bt. Charles, 135: Batavia, 73 • Ge neva, 112; Wheaton, 40, Cody’s election Is conceded. Special Ditpalch to The Chicago Tribune. Wheaton, HI., BopJ* B,—Wheaton gives Cody 147 aud Parka 101. Wlnfioul gives Cody 115 and Porks 114. Special Jiiepateh to The Chicago Tribune. Naperville gives Cody 480 and Parka 0. Leslie gives Cody 287 aud Parks 1 Downer’s Grove gives Cody 231 ond Parka 4 s|icrto| CMwn THtarns. Wheaton, HI., Sept. 8,-Iu the judicial election to day Dul’uge County. as far as heard from, gives Cody 1,U37 majority. Cody’s majority will not bo lea* than 1,601) In this county, and in tho district from 9,000 to Special JHepateh to The ClAeago 7VU>un«. Aubora, HI,, Bout. B,—The election to-day passed off quietly, though tho contest was spirited. In this city B. F, Parks.rocclvcd a majority of 475, though the indications aro that in tbo district be U beaten for the Circuit Judgeship by a majority of at least 1,000. Arxetnl IHipateh lo The Chicago Tribune Naperville, HI., Sopt. B.—The Fourth District, so far as heard fromut Judge Cody's home, elves him this evening over 100 majority. S/ierittl Diepaleh to The Chicago Tribune, Yockville, 111., Sept, B.— Tho vole in this county forjudge of the Fourth Judicial District was very light. Parks has 335 and Cody 508 in eight towns. The Town of Seward is the only one to hear from, and It will increase Cody’s majority. The South Carolina Itopuhiicnns. Coluuuia, tt. 0., Sept. B.—Tbo Republican Nom inating Convention mot In tho State Capitol to-day. Postmaster O. M, Wilder was elected temporary Chair man, defeating Congressman Elliott. This la regard ed as a break of the OhamborUn-Pattersou-Elliolt party. After the appointment of a Committee on Credentials tho Convention adjourned until to-mor row. A now mau will likely bo nominated for Gov ernor. Croat excitement is manifested among members. The Convention of Southern IKcpub* llcauu to ittoot at OhaUmioogU) Oou 13. Special DUyafch to The Chicago Tribune, WianiNuToM, D. 0,, Sept. B.—Tim call for the Southern Republican Convontlou will bo Issued as soon as it can bo printed. Some changes from the original proposition' have been decided on, one being that tbs Convention shall meet at Chattanooga, Oct, 13, instead of Atlanta. Oct. 10. Five hundred thou sand copies of the call ars ordered to bo printed* 21 1 THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1874. will set forth that the object of tlio Convention in to draft an address to tlio people of the United States upon the condition of affairs In tlio South. Humor that a Convention of South* oru Domocrnts In to Ho Culled* Special DUvateA to TVi* ChtmgoTribune, Washington, D, 0 M Sopl, B.—lt Is rumored that (he Democratic Executive Committee aro In consultation with loading Southern Democrats with a view to call* lug a Convention somewhere In tbo South to disclaim nil sympathy on tho part of tho Democrats with the recent outrages, Such men as doff Davis. Gen. For-, rrst, and Oov. Drown ore mentioned In tina coonoo- Uon. Tlio Arkniiiuiu Democracy* Little Book, Sept. B.—' Tbo Democratic State Con don mot at tho State-House at 12 o’clock to-df y. Tho Hon. J. N, Cypoct, of White County, was made tem porary President, and 001. fl. B. Reardon, of Pulaski, temporary Secretary. A Committee on Orodcnllala was appointed, and tbo Political Oonvontlon took a recess for ouo hour. On reassembling, the Committee not being ready to report, a further rocces was taken till 4 o’clock. On assembling again, tlio Committee still being out, a further recess was taken to Bn. m. If tho Commit tco reports, the Convention will hardly no more than effect an organisation to-night. Colorado Territorial Election* Special Dltpalrh to The Chicago JWftun*. Denver, 001., Sopt. B.—Tbo Territorial otceUon In Colorado took place to-day. This oily has gone Dem ocratic by a small majority. Owing to tbo groat client of country and tho Imperfect means of collecting in formation, It Is difficult at the present time to de termine ns to how tlio Territory has gone. Tbo best Informed claim that Bromwoll, Republican, la elected over Patterson. Democrat, as delegate to Congress. This, however, is only surmise, ns it will lake at toast two days (e determine with certainty ths result of tho contest. The Nobmskn Independent)!* Special VUpalch to (A* Chicago Ttlluur, Lincoln, Neb., Sopt. JB.— The Independent State Convention and X’ooplohi StaioConvention to-day mado a fusion and assembled In convention at tho Oaplloi building at 3 o'clock to-day. J, N. Gordon, of Omaha, was chosen temporary Chairman, and A. Dcgo, Secre tary. Credentials being accepted, Qen. R. R. Living stone was mado permanent Chairman, and J. D. Cal houn, of Franklin County, Secretary. Adjournment was bad until after supper, and tlion, being called to aider, Qen, Estabrook made a telling speech, condem natory of Judge Crounso, candidate for Congroosuian, and completely allowing np ths record of Gen. Robolrs, Republican candidate for Attornor-Qonoral. who has anything but a good record in Nebrenka. Then the General rood a lato extract from tho Now York Tribune showing up Roberts’ late speech on accepting the Re publican nomination. Tho Committee on Resolutions submitted a platform, all tho articles of which wero adopted, except tho finance article, pending debate on which the Conven tion adjourned till to-morrow tuorplug. TO AMBITIOUS GOLD-HUNTERS, Tho Interior Department Confirms Gen* Sheridan’* Order JPorblddins- Jtyulng JExpodltlou* to Visit the Alack laillw* Washington, D. 0., flopt, o. —Since the declaration of Qen. BbsrMan, that no one would bo allowed to visit tbo Black Hills country without authority from tho Interior Department,—meaning its authorized agents, —that Department has been In receipt of a large num ber of letters asking permission to go thore, and for tho benefit of a largo doss tho following Jotter is mado public t Department or the Interior,) Washington, Bepl. 8,1874. / 8m 51 acknowledge tbo rsceipt of your letter of (bo 271h Inst., referring to associations that ore forming for Uhj Invasion of that part of our territory' embrac ing iboDlnck UlUb. notwithstanding oxlallng Umtioa with tho Sioux Indians, nml requesting such sugges tions for the guldauoo and benefit ol citizens of (he territory as may bo considered appropriate by tho Department; and in reply would say that In tbo second article of the treaty between the United States and the different tribes of Sioux Indians, concluded April £>, lbC9 [Statutes, vol. 15, p. C3C], tho United States agree that tho following district of country, to wit, viz.: Commencing on tho cost bank of the Missouri River, where the 40th parallel of north lati tude comes, thence along low water mark down said river bank to a point opposite where the northern line of the Stale of Nebraska striker tho rivor, thence west across said river and along the northern lino of Nebraska to tho 104 th de gree of longtitnda west of Greenwich; thence north on that meridian to a point where the 4Cth parallel of north latitude intercepts tbo some ; thence due east along said parallel lb tho place of beginning, and in ad dition thereto all existing reservations on tho oaa bank of said river, shall be, and tho same is hereby, sot apart for absolute and undisturbed uso and occupa tion of tho Indians herein named, and for such other friendly tribes or individual Indians as from time to time they may bo willing, with tho consent of the United States, to admit amongst them, and the United States now solemnly agrees that no persons, except those herein designated and authorized so to do, and except such officers, agents, and employes of the Gov ernment os may bo authorized to enter upon Indian reservations in discharge of dutlaa enjoined by law, shall ever be permitted to nose over, settle upon, or reside in tbo territory described in this article, or in such territory as may be added to this reservation for tho use of said Indians, and hence forth they will and do hereby relinquish all claims or right in and to any portion of tho United States or Territories except such as is embraced with the limits aforesaid, and except as hereinafter provided. Tho foregoing section prescribes who shall be al lowed in this territory so set apart for tho Indians, and expressly states that none other shall bo permitted to para over, settle upon, or realde therein. Tho only power to alter this provision is that which mado tho treaty, and then it nmst bo done with tho consent of the Indians. What is known oa tho exploring expedi tion of Gen. Ouster was merely a military reconuois- Banco of tho country, for tho purpose of ascertaining tho location, if in future it should become necessary, to establish there a military post. On the 2‘Jd of Juno • last, iu a lotter to this Department, the Hon, Secretary of War wrote on this subject as follows: 11 11 is well known to the Department that at various times settlers in tho adjacent country harfl contem plated an expedition to tho Black Hills, and the De partment U&a uniformly discountenanced such move ments, hut it has now almost become a military neces sity that accurate knowledge should bo possessed bv tho army us to this portion of our country, and for that purpose only is tbo present expedition undertaken. Thu question of opening up this country to settlement mis with Congress, and, until action has boon taken by that body, this Department has no discretion In tho matter, but is required, aud will endeavor to per vent any violation of any provisions of tho treaty be fore mentioned.” For reasons heroin set forth, ail ap plications for pormlslou to visit the Black Hills coun try will bo dculcd. Very respectfully, your obedient servaut, B. R. Cowan, ’Acting Secretary, To Qov. J. L. Pennington, Yankton, Dakota. THE INDIANS. God, miles Ilns a fight with the Cheyennes In Texas* Special Dlepateh to The Chicago Tribune. Leavenworth, Kan,, Sept. B.—Tho following dispatch from CoU Miles has Just been received: HEADQUARTERS INDIAN TERRITORY EXPEDITION,) Camp on Red Rived, Tex,, Aug. 31, > via Four Douok, Kan., Sept. 8, J To Cen, I'oj*e, Commawlino Deixtrlnient nf' Mletouri: This command has followed tbo confederated and hostile Indians for seven days, frem Sweetwater to tbo head waters of tbo south branch of tho Red River, making rapid marches uud gaining steadily on (bom until yesterday, when they turned aud made an attack, which was repulsed. They retreated to a strong posi tion, displaying a force of about COO warriors. Thu troops had made extraordinary efforts, uud endured every privation in their energetic and rapid pursuit. In two days they marched C 6 miles. They came up to tho attack In splendid spirits, and without a halt wont into tho fight. The cavalry, artillery,-and Infantry wore oll'in, and tho Indians, who appeared very bravo ut first, broke and ran in every direction. Wherever they made a stand they were charged and routed. For 110 miles, from Sweetwater to Staked Plains, their lluo of retreat is strewn with abandoned and deserted property and broken-down animals. They burned their villages during tho fight. Wo have trolled small parlies out Llanos Es irtcados. and may follow them acroas the tract run ning CO degrees west of south. As we are 108 miles west or our base of supplies, I would request (but additional transportation bo sent to Camp Supply to keep ns supplied. Wo will bo out on tbo 15tb, when I expect our trains to return. Tho command Is in ex cellent spirits and good condition. Thin is a terrible country for campaigning,—a series of arid plains, rugged bluffs, and deep canons, and almost destitute of water, Hava written you fully. (Signed) Nelson A. Milks, Brevet Major-General Commanding, U. B. A. Supplies for btm aro now on tho way from Camp Supply to Autelopo Hills, and will bo there in lime for him, John Popk, Brevet Major-General U. 8. A., Commanding. f 7b the Amtehilul Camp on Red Uivku, Sept. H, via Port Dodge, Sopl, B.—Xho command of Qcu, Miles mot 400 or 600 Obey* onus Indians 13 miles from Red lllvor, Tox., on the !U)tb of August, and, after a sharp engagement lusting llvo Uoura, drove thorn over 10 miles of high hilts nml (Unmet impassable < < anniiß, with a loss to them of (wentypflvo to thirty killed and wounded. Our casual* tics are throe badly wounded. THE NAIL TRADE. rnrsiitmn, Pa„ Sept, o.—At the Convention of Western Nail Manufacturers Jiold in this city to-day, it was unanimously agreed to establish the card at the factories at $0,36 for ten-penny nulls, nut, sixty days, 3 per cent off for cash if paid within ten days. No further abatement or discount wilt bo allowed. LINES DOWN. N»w York, Sopl. B.—The market reports from Eu rope have nut been recclted in consequence of the in terruption of telegraphic communication. The French cubic is interrupted between Duxbury and St. Pierre, and the lines In Newfoundland ore broken east of North Sidney. CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Oihoinjuti, 0.. Bent. 8.— I The Chamber of Cam* merco elected as President to-day \V. U. Holloway, over WiUlAiu Clifford Neff. Also the following delegates to the National Board of Trade i Samuel F, Covington, Benjamin Eggleston, Qsorgs F, Brooks, Both Xvsns, lames FAIRS. Annual Exhibitions in Wisconsin, Kansas, Minnesota, and Ollier Stales. "Western District and County Fairs. x DISTRICT AND COUNTY FAIRS. BTErtIENRON COUNTY, ILL. Special DiepaieA to Tht Chicago Tribunt, Fnr.Ri'onT, 111,, Aug. B.—Tho twenty-first annual fair of Stephenson County opened yesterday in this dty, under tho moat favorable auspices. The entries exceed any previous year. Tho stock, and especially horses and horn oottlo, are very Uno. Tho Floral and Art Halls orb crowded full, and there is a very largo display of wagons and all kinds of agricultural Im plements. The Hon. H. 0. Burchard will deliver an address on the' grounds to-morrow at 3 o'clock. On Thursday, at 2 o’clock, p. m„ Matilda Fletcher will address tho farmers’ wives and daughters. Trotting every aftoruoon. CENTRAL ILLINOIS FATE. Special Diymleh to The Chicago Tribune, Jacksonville, 111., Sopt. 6.— The Central minds Fair opened hero to-day. There is a largo number of entries,—larger than usual for a first day,—but they aro not all in. Premiums vrero awarded on Jacks, ionnots, and mules to Ocorgo B. Jarrot, of Berlin; J. J. Graves, of Bcoti County; A, Q. Link, 0. L. Daven port, Stephen Green, William Graff, John Flynn, and John Crum, of Morgan County, and Willis Simmons, of Macoupin County. In tho race for single trotters owned in Morgan County, there wore throe entries— Dunlap. Little Drawn, and Gypsy Queen. Little Brawn took tbo first purse, $103; Dunlap second. S6O. Best time, 2:49#. • ' WHITESIDE OOUNTT, ILL. Jbeefol/lMtHtfrA to The Chicago Tribune, MonniHON, 111., Sopt. B.—Tho Whiteside Central Ag ricultural Association Fair opened to-day. Up to 8 o’clock there wers 1,500 visitors. The display of cat tle, hogs, and flowers Is largo and good. On Wednes day thore will be a irotting-raco for all horses that never beat 2:45. Tho amount of premiums is $2,500. One of the neatest attractions is Dan’s female brass bard. Weather hoi. NORTHERN INDIANA FAZB. Speeiat TUejinteh to The Chtram Tribune, Ft. Wayne, lnd„ ttept. B.—Tho Northern Indiana Fair opened to-day with a largo attondauco. Tbo (llr plny in all departments Is very fine, the total number of entries aggregating about 3,000. In tho line art, machinery, agricultural, and Uvo a look deportments tho display was never before equaled in this section of the country. Tlio weather is excellent, and tbo city will probably bo crowded to excess until the fair is over, Tho main feature to-day was tho races. Tho first was a match for 3-mluute horaoH for a puree of S4OO, mile beats, throe in five to harness. Then wen seven entries, as follows: S. g. Senator, by 0. Q, Wagner, Martinsville, Xml/, b. m. Lady Kellogg, by J. C. McAllister, Kslanuuwo, Mich.; s. m. Lizzie D., by W. G. Davis, Colon, Mich.; r. g, Gypsy Tom, by D. McGaw, Now Brighton, Pa.; b. g. Mombnno Walkor, by J. Clapp, Coidwalcr, Mich,; e. m. Lillian, by Harry Mltcholf, Detroit, Mich.; and b. ui. Lizzie Davis, by D. Hibbard, Jackson, Mich. Senator and Lady Davfn wore drawn. AU tho others started. Lil lian, Mcmbrlno, and Gypsy Tom took two boats each, ami tho conclusion of tho race was postponed till to morrow. Tims, 2.*42#, 2:41#, 9:43#. 2:43#, 2:42, 9:42^. Tho second race was for (bo 2:28 doss. The follow ing won tho entries : Alexander Dcrvls, Chicago, b. g. Jerome: J. B. Lodlcr, Kuiglltatown, ImL, b. g. Billy Lambran; Sara Pease, Anderson, lud., b. tn. Bay Dolly; A. O, Fish, Coldwator, Mich., g, g. QoQ. Shonnnu; W. 11. MUcholt, Detroit, b. g. Hurry Mttcholl: Charles McGill, Upper Sandusky, b. m. Kate Campbell: John Hines, Minerva, 0., g. g. SUvcr Sides. Kate Campbell took ono boAt, and Harry Mitchell tho second. Time. 131#, 2:30#. To-morrow there will bo races for four purees. Spteial Dhpateh to The Chietvjn n-ftnnt. LA SALLE COUNTY, ILL. Ottawa, 111., Sept. 6.—Tho first day of (be LaSalle County Fair was very successful in the display of cat tle, horses, uheop. hogs, and poultry. Over 1,000 of tho feathered tribe wore on tho ground. Floral and Agricural Halls were well filled. The racce advertised for to-day, not being filled, did not take place. Tbo exhibition of fancy articles by tho ladles Is superb. The fruit, floral, and garden departments ore slim, owing to tho extremely dry season. IOWA HOBTITWESTEUN EXPOSITION, Sveeinl DieixiUh to The Chicago Triiune, Dubuque, la.. Sept. B,—This, the second, day of the Exposition has exceeded In point of numbers in at tendance and Intorost manifested even tho highest ex pectations. The forenoon was devoted to closing up tho entries, about 300 of which wore made to-day, Hot until this afternoon was tho fair really commenced. At 2 o’clock the Hon. D. N. Cooler, President of tbo Association, delivered an able address, setting forth tho objects for which tho Northwestern Exposition was established, tho purpose In . view, aud tbo beneficial tesulle to accrue to Dubuquo from the successful establishment of this groat fair. Tho address was highly appropriate, and was delivered in a masterly manner. Trotting commenced at 3 o’clock this afternoon. Tho first race was a trotting one, for a purse of $l5O. Seven horsos were entered. Herod, a black bone, won tho raco. Time, 2:50,2:55, 2:lß }i. Starling Cold Dust camo in second. The second raco was for a pure* of |IOO, for which seven horsen also were entered. llawkoye Bello won tills raco. All tbo horses in those races were by ono sire,—Pelham Tartar,—aud nouo of them over 3 years old. Thoao races concluded tbo second day’s proceedings. Large numbers of visitors are in the city, and many more will arrive on tho trains this evening and to morrow morning. From 0 until 10 o'clock each morning is set apart for tho sale of such stock os exhibitors wish to diuposo of. Tho Directors propose to mako the selling of stock a prominent feature of the Exposition. bureau countv, ill. Special IHepalch to The Chiaupt nibune. Princeton, 111,, Sept. B.—Tho eighteenth annual fair of the Bureau County Agricultural Board opened hero thto morning, with a promising ohow of live stock, machinery, Ac. Several trotting races will occur to-morrow, which promise to be very interest' lug. IOWA DISTRICT fair. Special Dliwitch to The Chif<vpi Tribune. DkbMoineb, Ia„ Sept. B.—Thu managers of the Dis trict Pair have been busy during the day iu placing tho articles fast coming In for exhibition. Five hun dred entries were made yesterday, and others have been pouring In steadily all day. Tho stables are all full, some of the fastest horses in lowa being already on tbo ground. It Is doubtful if tho horse Interest waa- over os well represented at any previous fair. The display of cattle, swine, etc., also promises to be very flue. CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, ILL. Special lilsvalch to Tit* Chitetoo Tribune. Champaign, 111,, Sept. B.—The exhibition In most departments of tho Champaign Comity Fair is oven better than over taforo. Besides tho splendid short horns mentioned last night, William 11. Lock, of this county, shows a fine Djvou herd, and Col. Bradley bis herd of imported Holstclus, Including a 4-moatbs’ calf, weight GOO pounds. Squire J. O. Wright bus a magnificent bullock, wolgbiug 3,800 pounds, without extra fattening. In tbo art department there Is a fine exhibition. Various awards wore made on cattlo and draft horses. Among tho latter, tho highest prais* was be slowed upon a beautiful seven-eighths Norman marc, 2 years old, welgblug 1,340 pounds, on which tho Bov. Dr. A. Clcghom took a first premium, Somo fine sports are promised on Thursday. NOBTHKRN ILLINOIS FAIR. Social Vhpuleh to The Chicago Tribune, Aunoiu, 111,,, Kept. 8.— I Tho Northern Illinois Fair, which opened in this oily yesterday morning, is a grand success, so far as the exhibition is concerned, though on yet wo cannot boost of many visitors from a dis tance. All tbo railroad lines centering in Aurora have reduced their rates to ouo undone-fifth of the ordinary prices during tho fair, and many excursion trains are expected to-morrow, and on Thursday aud Friday, when many of tho best horses lu tho West will com pete for tho liberal premiums offered. WISCONSIN STATE FAIR. Special Jiltpateh lo The Chicago IViLuni, Milwaukee, Sept. B.— Although the gates of (ho State Pair ground were thrown open uud people ad mitted yesterday, tho Inaugural ceremonies wore not held until to-day. At 10 o'clock this morning Presi dent BUUsou mounted a stand situated on tho shady side of tho Pino Art Kail and delivered his ANNUAL ADOUKfift. The attendance at that hour was extremely meagre, there not being more (ban thirty or forty persons who hoard the speech, and this, notwithstanding a Ano brass baud discoursed sweet music from the stand for half au hour in advance of tho time announced for tho delivery* of the address. Mr. SlUlaon'i speech was a model of brevity, while at tho same time It covered all that was necessary to bo said ou tho occo alon. Ho epoko of tho bouoAclal luUuonco of Slate Fairs as an Incentive to farmers uud manufacturers to improve and progress, and paid o well-deserved tribute of praise to tho breeders of thoroughbred cattle of the Slate. Coming down to the question of railroads, ho UHod tho following language: "The consolidation of thu railroads have resulted tu such immense combi nations of capital that TIIK I'nol'LU HAVK BECOME ALABMKI) at tho centralization of such linmunoo wealth, iho railroads, by several acts of bad faith, and by listening to unwise counsels, have done much to provoke and bring au tho present difficulty, which eould and should have been avoided. Vet wo are not unmindful of tho old they have rendered Urn State in Us devolo]>- immt, Blille the people should over bo tenacious of their rights, yot they should over bo Just. All wa should ask Is tho fair lino os between ilia producer, the consumer, and tho carrier, and lot us endeavor to solve ibis QUESTION OK OUCAV TUANHrORTATION wisely, dispassionately, and In strict Justice loan.” The address was favorably received by ihe few listen ers, wbo, upon Us completion, took themselves away to their several employments. In consequence of tho yet incomplete state of the several departments of the fair, U would bo unjust to those whoso stock Is still to arrive to anter Into tho details of TUB EXHIBITION, tbs best flUod and meat attractive port of the show is undoubtedly that a ths oatu* Tbs number almdy on the grounds compares favorably with pro* vloiis exhibition*. One of tbo moat oxton slvo .Exhibitors la Mayor Ludlngtou, who has entorod thirteen bead of short-horns, among them the celebrated Imported cow Lady Oxford, for which be paid $2,300 but spring. Qoorgo Murray, of Raclno, la another largo exhibitor of prize cnttlo ; as also Pres ident flUUaon. Of Devons tbo loading exhibitors aro tho Hon. J. L. Mitchell and J. Slodclard, of Oroen bunb, tbo latter showing twenty-six head, rotor Ha zcn. of Dodge County, shows fifteen head of Galloway bulls, cows, and calves, alt aa black as night and ae docllo as kittens. tiir snxrr department contains msny flno spoolmous of Merlnoos, South downs. Ixslcosters, and Cottswolds. There aro also several Cashmere goats on exhibition. In swine* tho show Is quite extensive. Tbo exhibition of horses, especially of tho great draft animals, was never sur passed lu Wisconsin. O, Murray, of Raclno, has on the grounds bis 2,200 pound oiydcsdato stallion. Don ald Denny, whoso elephantine proportions aro TIW ADMIBATIOH.OV Al.ti ItOIIHKMF.N, W. Storey, of Waupnn,enters seven header Clydes* dales, and Mr. Ogilvlo, of Dane County, six. Tho dis play of Normans Includes sixteen superb animals, owned by U. 1). Sherman, of DurnoU, and flvo by W. Warden, of Dodgo County. , There aro a largo number of thoroughbreds and roadsters on oxhlblllon. some of which will bo speeded while tho fair (a In progress. To-morrow afternoon there will occur a trotting race for stations, the prizes being two In number, SIOO and SSO. Tho contest will toko place over the conn sprino course, tho same on which Goldsmith Maid accomplished her first great triumph over Dexter’s, until then unpnral lollcd, time of 2:16. It Is not expected that any of to morrow’s entries will beat the Maid's record. At 0 o’clock to-morrow morning tho Judges appointed to mss upon (ho articles on exhibition will begin their labors. Qov.Taylor will bo present to-morrow, and bas consented to address the farmers in attendance on Thursday afternoon. MINNESOTA STATE FAIR. gpreint Ditpalch to Tut ChieaQO.Tfihune, St. Paul, Mtnn., Sept. B.—Thcro wore hut few vis itors at tho State Fair to-dny. The grounds and buildings wore occupied by exhibitors and employes, putting articles in order for the exhibition. In the trades building the finest show yet Is of tinware niado by boys of tho Stale Reform School. The railroad building, occupied by tho Lake Superior Company, Is the only ouo all ready, U is nicely decorated, and holds a complete showing of tho natural and cultivat ed products of tbo northeast part of tho State, includ ing garden and field vegetables and grains from dltler ent places along tho roud aud from tho north shore of Lake Superior; also quarry stone and native miner als, granite, limestone, brown sandstone, silver, cop per, and Iron ores, and geologic snoclmoiw; also na tive woods, and sawed and dressed timbers. Intoxi cating liquors, heretofore Uccnsod to bo sold ou tho grounds, have been finally entirely prohibited this year. KANSAS STATE FAIR. Special Ditpalch to The Chicago Tribune. Leavenworth, Kan., Sept. B,—Tho exhibition at tho Slate Fair Is complete lu the departments of form* machinery, cereals, and fruit, but la tho Ihio of cattle ami .horaca thoro 1b no display worth mentioning. Tho act of tho Legislature Inst winter forbidding premiums for npeed and prohibiting tho oalo of liquors on tho ground has arrayed tho turf and 1 liquor Interests against tho fair. Agents have been employed by those Interests to meet Incoming exhibitors at the trains and represent tho fair a failure, so as to Induce tho shipment of stock and articles of exhibition onto 81. Joseph. OHIO STATE FAIR. Columbus, 0., Sept. B.—Tho various departments of the State Fair are now In good working order, and tho show la very attractive. Tho display of cattle Is said to l>o tho best over made in Ohio. The show of Jerseys is particularly noticeable. Tho entries in all departments are much larger thou lost year. THE INDIANAPOLIS EXPOSITION. Spteial IHtpaleti to The Chicago Trlhur.e, Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. B.—Tho second day of tho Exposition has been devoted almost exclusively to preparation, no attempt being rondo at a formal dis play. It win require almost If not tho entire week to got everything in readiness for exhibition, but, whatever tho present chaotic condition, tho result will be largely in favor of this year as against lost. Tho State Fair, held In conjunction with tho Exposition during tho Inst week, will bo tho boat over held in tho State, tho entries lu tho live-stock, mechanical, and farm products departments being already un precedentedly largo. Tho Stale Board motto-day, a full representation present. After a long debate, It was determined to mako tho admission price to tho Fair and Exposition 25 cents during tbo entire four weeks. This action revokes tho action of the Executive Com mittee, which bad placed tho foo at SO cents during tho last week. Mayor Johnston and the Council of Cincinnati will bo hero on Thursday to visit tbo Ex position. Suitable arrangements were made to-day to properly receive them on behalf of tho State Board and tho city. It Is probable that Qov. .Bigler and tho Pennsylvania party will bo hero on tho pamo day. To-morrow there Is to bo a alow trot, and at night a grand display of fire works by Dloht, of Cincinnati. Tho silver bands of South Bend. Kalghtstown, and Evansville wore to-day invited to play on tho evening of tho grand industrial parade next week, tbo Stale Board paying tholr ex penses. CKIME. outrage upon a White Family Near jlomplilN* Memphis, Sopt._B.-“Atan early hoar yesterday morn ing, a party of negroes entered Mr. Durant’s residence and grocery, on the Pigeon-Boost road, near this city. A young girl employed thero discovered them and gave the alarm. She was sot upon hy the party and knocked down and beaten so badly that she will prob ably die. Mr. Durant, hearing the noise, cams In, and wan fired upon by several of tlio party, then seized and beaten, but umnaged to make bis escape and fled, leaving his wife,who was seized by the negroes, beaten and stripped, and an attempt made to outrage Lor, but her screams aroused the neighbors, and tbo negroes fled. It is believed that the negroes wore from Cen tral Point, a disreputable locality in this city. Twenty Tcdn fur *SorMc-Stcaliiiß> Paterson, N, X., Sept. B.—At Hackensack, to-day, Frederick Stuart was sentenced to twenty year’s con finement in the State Prison for borso-stcaliug. A forger Sentenced, Boston, Sopt. B.—James A. Cooatelo, a street broker, who was convicted of forgery in raising tho figures on stock-certificates, was to-day sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment in tho State Prison. Ills total forgeries ara estimated at over (300,000. CANADIAN ITEMS. Special Vlejuiteh to The Chicago Tribune, Quebec, Out., Sept, t).—Humors uro rife concerning tho Quebec Ministry, but it is now generally believed that lla resignation will take place to-morrow. The CAromW* says Treasurer llobortson bus resigned, but Its acceptance is delayed on account of a probable resignation cn masse of tbo Cabinet. Tho Mercury says tho Cabinet will meet to-day, after which Its in tentions will bo made known. No Tory Ministry cun bo formed that will have tho confidence of thu people. Sf/ecial Uleputrh la The Chicago Tribune, Toronto, Sopt. B.—Trials of contested elections are In progress throughout tho Province, and have, so fur, in ovary Instance, resulted lu a declaring of tho election void, owing to bribery. Tho working of tho now law against bribery gives vory general sutisfao- Uau. Special JfUpalch to The Chicago Tribune, Ottawa, Bopt. B.— Tho Governor-General, after a long and most successful tour and continued hearty receptions, has returned to tho Capital, and was re ceived by tbo Government Guards amt a largo number of civilians. Mr. Jenkins, U. P., of England, aud Agent General of tho Dominion Government for Great Britain, has. arrived. The cowlor-stono of a Reformed Episcopal church -was laid to-day by Bishop Cummins, A largo number of candidates have already been chuseu in anticipation of the approaching Provincial general election, NEW YORK BREADSTUFFS MARKET. SfieeM Dhpnteh to The CMetvjo Tribune, New Yonit, bent. B.—Tho wheat market opened un- Bottled. Old spring rods were held rather more linn ly, with n demand to All freight-room. These were, consequently, Arm, but now wheat was dull, drooping, tmd unsettled. The market cloaca quiet, and the new crop of winter wheat Is rather tending downward. The absence of cablo advlcca leaves shippers without advices to proceed upon. The sales nru 85,000 bn, at sl.lO for ungraded lowa and Minnesota; $1.1501,17 for No. 3 Chicago spring, Ineluding North western; f1.33 for No. 'i Milwaukee; $1.83 for No.I Milwaukee; $1.1801.31 for red Western; $1.2801.24 for amber do; sl.Bl for white Michigan. OaU are Armor, but ouly moderately active, and closed quiet, Tho tales ate 48,000 bu now Ohio mixed at W®oso; white ntos@fiCo; Western mixed at fll@dflo ; while at Cflos G7o; also 20,000 bu No. 3 Chicago for September at 63W0 *, <IO,OOO hu last evening for October at CQo. Tho Hour market oiicucd dull and depressed. The absence of cablo advices limited tho bids of shippers. Good linos of shipping extras wore not salable at over $5,0005.10. A small line of super sold at SI.OO. At tho close tho market was dull and weak. There was a fair trade demand, but shippers were dull, and the bids wars refused. WEDDING IM HIGH LIFE. 5/ierint DUnnleh to The Ohien'jo Trlfcun*. Madison. Wls„ Sept, fl,—A select company of friends gathered at 7 o’clock tbta morning at tho Episcopal Church, which was richly decorated for the occasion with Aowors, to witness the marriage of Charlen D. Atwood, Vice-Consul to Liverpool, uud son of Gen. David Atwood, of tho Mn(s journal, whoae silver wedding was celebrated a fortnight ago, and Mlsa Llzxle Ward, tho charming daughter of Dr, A. J. Ward, an obi resident of tho city. Tho wedding wat a very simple affair, .the bride being dressed In a dove colored travellug-dmsa. There were no bridesmaids or groomsmen, A few friends partook of the wed ding breakfast, after which the bridegroom departed with his bride for hie post of duly at Liverpool, for which they soil on thw Bailie next Rrthirday. Tim good wishes of host* of friends follow them. OCEAN STEAMSHIP NEWS. Queenstown, Bopt, B.—Arrived—Steamship Bata via. from Boston. . . New You*. Sept. B.— Arrived—Steamships OUy of Paris, front Liverpool \ Colon, from Asplnwall | Eng land, from Liverpool, FOREIGN. ITALY. Tore, Sept. 9.—A loiter from Romo says t “In going on with 1U work of liquidating the church prop* orly, Uio Qovorumont Commission take action which shows that they aro dolormlnod to cat nearer and nearer to tho bono, and leave tho former, well fed and fat, little else than a grim skeleton. The establishment of . the Propaganda was last week made to feel, for the first tlrao. Urn pressure and privation of tho screw, when tho Government brought to tho auction-block the Quo property of Montallo, a largo villa or palace In an ad* mlrablo situation above Frascati. A portion of tho great house has boon a place of resort of tho students of tho seminary during the hot months of summer, and It will bo a groat sacrifice for thorn to glvo up this retreat, whore they have fora long time enjoyed tho most agreeable recreation. All sorto of protests wnro Rutin, both by the Directors of tho Propaganda and y friends connected with tho foreign establishments lujllomo. The starting prloo was 107,000 francs, and it was knocked down at 037,000. Tho Propaganda will receive annually a sum equal to about 18,000 franca as a benefit from tho Investment lu the public funds. M BBAZIIi. Nen Tore, Sept. 9,—A Panama letter received to day contains a brief account of an attack by the Bra silian troops on some religious fanatics, under tho lead of Mauvcr, Tho troops numbered 400, and In tho fight, which lasted two hours, lost forty mou, when tho survivors fled, abandoning their artillery, which could not be used. GREAT BRITAIN. New Tome, Sept. B.—Edmund Yales has written a loiter In reply to tho accusations that in his latest fiction ho bed given personal descriptions of American celebrities, aud bad repaid much kindness by personal ingratitude. In the course of the letter Mr. Tates writes: “Tho pleasantest six months of my Ufowcre passed In the United States. The greatest personal kindness, hospitality, and attention which I have over experienced wore there received. This is not said with any view lu the future, for there Is no present prospect of my again visiting America. It is simply a repetition of what I have continually expressed, orally and In print, since my return to England, and it is n protest which I doslro to pluco on record against an unfounded charge, by which 1 have been very much distressed." STAIN, New York, Bopt. 9.—London papery received to* day, contain & letter from tbo Morqulu de Safrsgo, the Charge D’Affalroa of the Carllata, regarding (ho Hhoot ing of somo Bopubllcan pnsouore In Clot. Ho saya: “ The Republican soldiers bad previously shot sod bayoneted' CsrliaU who were wounded and lying in the hospitals at Olot. No one regrets this sanguinary character that the war is assuming more than His Majesty Hon Carlos, but when our enemy will not re spect ordlnnry usages of civilized warfare, there are no means left for the royalist Generals to employ save retaliation.’* DRESS GOODS. IT PAYS TO TRADE CIST TUB WEST SIDE. GAfiSOK, EERIE & GO., Madison and Peoria-sts., Have just opened on their cheap centre tables a large lot of as sorted Dress Goods, adapted for MISSES’ SCHOOL DRESSES, and for Ladies’ street or house wear. These fabrics are 25 and 30 cts PER YARD, and are be yond doubt the cheapest goods oversold here, some of them be ing reduced from 60c per yard. Good Black Alpacas 25 and 800 yard. Our 35c Alpaca is equal to goods sold elsewhere at 500. Black Poplin Rep Alpacas at 60c, worth 75c. Special Bargains in Black Silks, Yak Laces, and Kid Gloves. LACES. uußuat. Fii, MM Cl, State and Washington-sts., Aro now opening for Fall Trade a largo and woll-asaorted stock of Trimming Laces, In Pointo Gaze, Point Applique, Thread, Guipure, Yak, French, and Beaded! Novelties In Flounces, Fichus, Capes, Sashes, • &0., &o. Latest Styles Hdkfs., Barbos, Sets, Collars, &o. Beaded Goods, In Collarettes, Fichus, and Nets, “ pour Tablior,” all tho latest Paris ian Stylos, an'd fully 25 per cent uu der last season’s prices. TEAS. ENGLISH BREAKFAST PACKET TEA COMPANY. Wholesale Depot, 123 Peart-st., » Tort ii iiPUMPPLirroi The flneet grades of ell kinds of Teas bo bad of tho loading druggists In ff ,I? (.packages inmi one-ijuartor of a pound up, fe In? at tlio uniform price of Es K65 ONE WOIAAII PER ROUND. -J?*L * Tho following aro already appointed ■QSkAZn Afloate In Chicago: A. 0. BELL, 4!13 West Madismi-sl., cor. Sheldon. WALTER CLARKE, EW W. Jladlson-st.. oor. Aberdeen 1). U. DVCIIE A CO., n.w. cor.Stato mid lUndolph-sU. K, W. PORES A CO., 713 ColUgo Gruvu-uv.. oor,B7th-et. OAI.lt A BLOCK!, » S. Clark-el., opp. Cpurt*Hmue. GALE A RI.OOKI, 44 nnd 4fi Muuroo-st., Palmer llouse. OAI.K A lILOUKI, 07 Wont Hondo ph-sl. T . . HUYOK'S Pharmacy, 72a West Lnko-et., oor. Lincoln. ISRAEL’S Pharmacy, K!3Wotia«h*a»., cor. Harmun-o *U (}. MoI’HKItSON. 7tiA West Madhon.sk.. oor. Robey. J. P. SHARP. cor. Wabasn.a*. . GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SHIRTS! WILSON B3OS, C 7 AVasliiii(rtoii-st., Chicago, And Pourtli-st., Plko's Ojicra House, Cincinnati. FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. $5 Packages OF FRACTIONAL CURRENCY FOU 8 ALB AT ' TRIBUNE OFFICE. SHAWLS. MILS! HEW HU ffIMS, Hi,lit & Cl, State and Wasliington-sts., ABB JUST IN’ BEOBIPT OF FBBSH IMPOBTATIONB Real India Camel's Eair Shawls, fillsd centres, new designs. Do. do. Black and Eel, open centres, Do. do. Plain Solid Colors—a novelty, Real Camel’s Hair and Persian Stripe do.. Square and Long, for Prome nade and Carriage Wraps. Full lines Camel's Hair and Cashmere Scarfs, Paisley and Broohe Long and Squar* Shawls. French Cashmere, in Plain Colors and Fancy Plaids. Striped Shawls, Long and Square, in great variety. Black and Colored Emb’d Cashmere Shawls. Job lot Seasonable Shawls, very cheap. The attention of our Patrons and strangers Tifllting the oit7 is rospootfally invited. FIELD, LEXTER & 00. SILKS ,&o. BLACK SILKS. SI,SO Rich lilnck Dress Silks at BSc. *1.75 Rich Riuck Dress Silks at $1,09. *2,00 Rciil Gninct Rl.'ick Silks at *1,25. *2.25 Real Guinet lllack Silks at *1.50- ,10c Rich Fall Dress Goods at ISe and 20c, 50c Fall Dress Goods, hi variety of stylo, at 25a 00c Doulde-Fold Twilled ilerino al 35c. Great variety in Colored Dress Silks at nottheii cost to iinimrt. Look at onr 50c Black Alpaca, beats anything yon Hnd elsewhere at *I.OO. SI.OO Ralhrii'CTii Hose at 50c. *1.50 All-Wool Cassimerea 750 to SI.OO. *1.25 Table Linen at 05c. *4.00 Table Napkins at *2.00. l.OOOCasoe MMrted F»l! Urjr Good* now •posing and will bo sold at correspondingly low pHooa. One-third your money saved at 114, and HO State-st. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, TRADE MARK. WORCESTERSHIRE SADCR SUPRE.HU COURT—GENERAL TERM. JOHN W. LKA et al. against SUNDRY COUN TERFEITERS. “When It is apparent that there la oa Intention to de coive tb« public by the use o t the name of a place and tho word descriptive of an article, such deception will out be protected by tho pretense that these words can not bo used in suchlmaaoer as to constitute a “trade mark." Where words and the allocation of words have, by tone use, become known as designating tho article of a par ticular manufacturer, bo acquires a right to them as • trademark, which competing dealer* saaoot fraudu lently invade. The essence of tho wrongls tbefalsereprosentatlonaad deceit, on proof of which an Injunction will Issue.* 1 Tho Concluding Words of tho Judge's Decis ion ares . “The order appealed from should bo modified and the Injunction extended so os to prohibit the use of the words 4 Worcestershire aanco* on the bills, labels, and wrappers of the defendant.” LEA & PERRINS’ ' CELEBRATED PRONOUNCED BY ' f&X EXTRACT of a LETTER frtna » MEPICAL GENTLE, i! AN utMadru. tobto brother to WORCESTER, May. 1801. OONNOISKUIIS TO BE TUB "ONLY GOOD SAUCE/ 1 i| And Applicable t® Mi “Toll LEA 4,PER- _| lUNS that tholr Sauce * 9 highly esteemed ta India, and i», in my opinion, the most pal*- tabio as well as the moat wholesome Sauea tL'Sir that la made." EVERT VARIETY fej OF DISH. Worcestershire Sauce, Sold Wholonalo and far Exportation by the PronHotnn, LEA A PERRINS, Worceator, England; and Retail by Dealers In Sauces generally throughout the World. Ask for Lea & Perrins’ Sauce. All parties Infringing on tho aboro will be proserofad by Moaare. LEA A PERRINS. JOHN DUHOAH'S SOUS, PROPOSALS. WATER WORKS. Orwr or Mubkcuon, Mloh„ Sept. L 1874. SEALED PROPOSALS wilt be received la accordance with tba following resolu* Uoq of tho Common Council of tho City of Muskegon, m adopted Sopt. I, 1871: Uebolvkd, That tiio Committee on Water Work* be Instructed to advertise lor, roccivo und submit to Ibo Council sealed proposals for constructing and oroedug Water Works fur supplying this city with water for do* niesilc and lira porpoao*. _ >j . .... 1. Sued proposals shall provide for suitable engines (high or low pressure), pumps, boilers, and other rua chimin’, with or without Htaudplpes or reservoirs, to be capable of discharging tbroo million (ll.OW.OOO) gallons per twenty-four hours; tor tiro duty, to Uirow nine 19) ono* fncli streams at the same time, lOU foot bleb, I jutla from tho pumps, and maintain thou for ten noun tf neeo*- to be furnished complete with all usual and nseonsry conveniences and appllanoos, and set up ready to run, guaranteod fur three years against any breakage or rojialrs that may occur from defect of material, work* manshlp, or uunsnal wear and tear, or from defects in ibo principle of construction or application. . Tho machinery to bo guaranteed to bo capable of went* ing up to SOO pounds water pressure, and holding it fur ton hours if necessary,*anU to lufrlngo no lottor patent of any machinery lor tho same purpose. 2. Also, suoh amount of cast-iron water-pipe M mar be required, from 4 to 16 ineboe in diameter, guaranteed to stand a pressure after being laid of 2nd pounds per square inch, delivered in ibis city, or delivered ana laid down in tranches 6 feet deep w the ooutre of the P^, .°A!*o, snob amount of approved woodplpe as war bo down as above. . . , 4. Also, to prepare the troneboo. lay down all U»* pipes, wood or iron, or both, sot gate*. elbows, and fire hydrants all oomploto, in trenches boO less than & fvet duop. . , .. . .. .... ■ 6. Also, to famish, laid down in this «dy,LiSfc ervssos, elbows, and auob other boavy eaatiugaas way DO r °6. U AUo, to furnish first quality of gates and valves fcS ***7. Also, to furnish first quality of fire hydrants, aQ to be of best material ond U rat-claw tfl *d I r C n *l*. Im » « Proposals may bo made on all or any of the above mo* Uons.smd shall bo subjeot to aocoptonoo or rejection of any or either of suoh sections. „ All proposals to be mads on or before 21, 1174. All proposals must be addressed to (he Committee «• Waterworks, Muskegon, Mich.' l Details of piping Of any Information will be fundafed by the Committee on application. •JOHN TORRENT. Chairman Committee cn Water Works, INDIGO BLUE. BAELOYPS INDIGO BLUE. Original and Unexcelled for JllaoluxClotbefc Put up at WUjberfler’s Drug Store, Ne. &3 North fiooond.st,. Philadelphia. Bvery Grocer and Druggist UmuauiiUi wt 5 NEW YORK.