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fytimxal tttxBIifsttt VOL. XVII-SO. 27G. WASHINGTON, D. 0M TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEK 2, 1877. FIFTY CENTS PER MONTH. EUROPE. CRITICAL CONDITION OF AFFAIRS AT THE FRENCH CAPITAL, WJ1WIAH TROOI LOOKING FOfl WINTER QUAIiTfcKS-TIIE FEtLINO AT tlOUE-nEn-YIAN IIBIITAHCY-WAITIJIO TO KSPOVSIC TUB WINNING CACBE-MILITAnY PIIKP- ARATIONa OOINO ON. France. liuuonr.D cabinet hesio nation fRy Associated Presa.1 Lokdom, OcL 2. The Parli correspondent of the Times telcgraphr Itwas rumored last night that the Duke do Drogllo and M Berth ant tad resigned from lh French Cabinet, ThU report, for the fireaent at least t unfounded but the alarm whleh t era ft a trarvremarkahle The annrehensloil of a forcible M efefaf by the Government la so Et here that the resignation of the Duke do ;Iw and certain of hli colleagues who were nw lo be opposed to aueh measurca would he considered aa a preface toa violation of lav, though K la hard to till In whose Interest such a lolatlon would be 1 know from a perfectly trustworthy tourct that the Empresa illsanprov m nf the Gov em inent course since the toth of way lost. The Prince Imperial la also said to have lately ex preascdalmllardlsproval. In an interview ho de clared he would nolthrow Impediment In the way of a regular government It I certain the opinion of the cabinet itself la divided aumo or Ita mem ber! think of a roup defnrtc In caso of defeat at the election. Othen and the non Ronaparttst con servatlvc contemplate a second dlssolniloii. Rut ! repeat, wim tho certalntnftrutb.that the senate lll not support a dissolution aimply la help the loreromeut. TIHC TK1NCX IMFKB1AL. A Brussels dispatch to Reuler's Telegram Com- pany aas "The Priuce Impcrlalha left Belgium," , THE EASTERN WAR. V iNTtn QUARTER FOR THE nUttl INP. Dy Associated Prea, Loppo. Oct 2. The rtiMfrcT Bucharest dlr- natch sava the Caarovltch lltHl YormMuker to attend a council of war ai to whether the bulk of the Russian army ahould winter In Bulgaria or Roomanla. VHFOCNDED RUMORO. Tha TTrne ft. Petersburg dispatch taya thero Fort that petitions are being signed requesting the mperur to return home U untrue I ulnvltea offoraof mediation wou'd be rtfrardefl almost km a national Insult. It w atned the tluti r, Vcrcstchagtn, but hi brother, who wan killed at Plevna. Tiir pomtiov of r m ia. The Tlmft" stwlal from 1 let grade says that since pie arrival oflhe new Russian consul gtiieral and fconmanlaa envoy extraordinary HtyUii 1ntr rentlon It regarded a tpilte cirlaln It I raid ihat this question has tcn decided In (ablntt tounclls, Trooi hare again been i.rdired tothe guiltier and nfuccra and suae ma have lieon irdcrod to n Join t hrlr regiment w I thin three dm 9 ammunition and pro Motis arc In Ins rent to the order The hrogujlvoli ar.cnal Is MOikiim Ua ind night. IOklNQ FOR THE STItorO ilDH. The Tfntcf pnrrvMtndvut at Vienna aj a the ft 1ullon roineto at theoFervlan ralilnitfuunctla M to ark the frirte t withdraw her twopa cin aentraled near the inmttrr Aa a rvfnral nf thin iemand la almil Inevitable, It U be lieu d In H. 1 trade that PrU will benady to take the Acid by Die date announced at Uufan hiadiiuartcn,Ni VemberlS. Iforo.houeter but little lminrtanec The condemned rchooner Martha from fit. John, n , wimn as run Into and aunkofrwaten 11111 a few month airo by the ateamertlty of rttchburir, of New Red ford, wan towed to the outer harbor and atatloned at the touth end of Goat bland. The harbor wea completely covered with amall boat, which many time, were ordered back from the vicinity of the wreck The ciploalon waa In charge of (numander Thomat O Ftl fridge. Mr. Bunre and C 8 Norton, who hid made all the prellmlnnry arranremeut. plantliiR rpcdocn, iic The craft waa water-loMcd and will dwn, and many were of opinion that torpedoca would fall to crufth. her, but the lucredulnua were never mora nilMakcn. fix 100-pourdirt rhurffcd with dyna mite, which wai equal to 4 800 poundi of water, wero plauwl tiudvrniatti her Imttom. Hhe waa located aliont four hundred feet from hore CJom mandvr FcirrMirnatnml t ih ti.ilorv. wlilrh rnn. taiiifHl fifteen wtl and carefully tested the wire viiik mi mc iiuia iioviivuii nmninrn OJ VI1V IRIKI Ulilltiiwi" In an Instant a vaH volume of water aarcnuela dlrtanrenf nrnrtvtwn hnmtnul tml nn frl fill. lonnl liV . (Iififriii nm ma mill iAniiiMlini uhlfh nn, nriri i-v turuirri) oj iiiv aiiH'Miwirv ruin moment nothing could be aeen In the air but one ntauaof fnaru and broken tlmlr. The torpetloea were all flrcd at once, and peiformed even more than waa expected. The hulk waa transformed Into a complete wreck, the debrh b-lnir altered aafaraa theeyo could penetrate throuah the fiv. An i"mi am intntwri Jiau uiNinci ma ureritn 111 tbeboata presented a very animated appraranre, and In lwt than half an hour artcrward nothing waa left of the vwcl. The Kentlcmcn who had w ucccskfully made the eiperlinont were warmly con ura tula ted The ladlealn thecottaaea and thoaeon ryiaM hoabtlnlhe harbor waco their handkerchief aa they camo up the hill The hoard wero then In- Tiiraou do 01 inemna, ana tne laner veei waaamm lahlnd Fort Adam, where aomeexperl menu were made with the Harvey (towing J tor pedo which, however were not asioccuuful aa wu expected. CIIAaiYO AN ENFNY. The flrrt experiment waa In charm of I Jen ten ant W.HmllhandT. II. Hievena, who. In order In Iml taieaneneniy'afhlp.tlcl to Lcracne barrela to Celher, dropiuM them overtmard and then with a hundred pound anar torpedi went In pu mi it of the winn In ordor to annihilate them and to how what could be done In actual warfare The torpedo u aa lathed to the head of a composite apar bv an Iron aleereandawunout Into the ocean by guyf In order to make the i-par en through the water with aa little resistance aa rfwalble Itftna ncceary to hae it arranccd aci-nrdlnsly and It pre wn ted (he flruro of a double convex len" The "encmv'a ahln." twforo the ncce ary trranpementa 11m upen man naa ir 1 ea a ionj uiiianca Into a northntifr1v dlTrllon Th tlramfr U'ider the direction of Ucutenant Ptccu wa nea i& for Hie ot.icct, tut unfirtu- n-teiy.wenttooclraetoit audit waa deemed In NEW YORK POLITICS. TIIE COUNTER MOVEMENT AGAINST TIIE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. attributed to thrve llu and atarta in the polky of rVrvIa the conviction pa'alllntf that thla policy will ultimately 1 reirulated. not by what ica at llflcrade.butby what happen at tne acat of war. CALL FOR X WEE1INO IfU FD-COOPKR IN STITUTE TIIE rLACE-OCTOBKH 10 TUE TIMK-LKTTKIW FltOM THOMINI-J.T RE-rUDLICANB-THE 0RAT0IW8(LU.TED. Ry Aaaoclat d rrrti. Ntw York, Oct I The committee of fifty, ap pointed on Saturday ati meeting of prominent Republican! In the Union League Club, met to night to arrange foramau meeting to Indorse rrolJeut Hare and hi administration and to take locMurea on the recent action of the RepnbM- can Plate convention at Rochester. The following call wai innicu Rrnuhliranaanil tllMlirrr.f the cltv of New York whoapptmeof tho ailmlnlrtratlonof Prerl dent llayea In lu eflorUto promote permanent union ana nurmonr 01 mo wnoie roumry nu 10 restore every branch ofclvlt aervlro to Itl early efficiency and purity and who feel that action nf late upon the State contention baa placet the rtepiiuiicaii iany iui ins itiic ni mv runs in nnnltlou toftanl thorrcxldentandnla Admlnlilra tlon at onco fale and Injurious, are reouetel to meet In Cooper I nut I tn to on Octwticr 10 at o'clock p m fr the pnriKo of drtlarttig their unabated faith and conddnice In the Intenrity, ability and patriotism of rresldt-tit Ilavea. Ihelr acme of the wMora and Justice nf the aiiua and purpoaca of hla ACiminiiLrauon. ana llicir ut n unu jut that the country la bfjdnnlng to real lie ana win toon ruiiy reap tne tiic-inir or nomewe niilrt and hannv nonrord In and between all Ftatra. hlliaunlvcralloveof the Union and reapect for ih? Constitution, as now MtabUiheil. are tmre to produce of rcMored confldenre and abundant iaior iu an ucpannicnwioimuumry anoroinmrrrr. and of a Bound and brrniaiicnt nrocotrllr. which thall brttif plenty and happjnen to all the ior le. Jiidtrc Noah Davla pn!ilcd and letter w cro read from many prominent Kepubilcana Mtcnlfyliis; ineir ininuon 01 01 11 j preMn. irt-o 1 urim, jn li.tuoAifl anawn uixvtcro wiueu 10 aa drcti the inn meeting THE UNITED HTATC3 SENATE. The foJIowInn nill of the Peiiate fhowlng at a glance the political clavlfliatlon of that body, will beoflnteretatthUt1rac, In lew of tlic organiza tion of the new (ngma: IlfMOf RATT I BtPl'DLlI IK. John T. Morpvn, Ala., Geo K. Spfnrcr Ala,, and ordered him to fcave the place, and (cUj him that if he moved fmm hla jttlonntilhe waa momnted he would kill him Ai aoon pa (lay atartcd fr hit hon the nrtrorn-ocJaftorhtm, out iiay lumen uiieuiy ai iired twice rilUlnjr. Uiencaroln the neck aB! trcait, Oen Clay then rode to town ard dUTered himwilf to the authort tlei The fcclIopCi the community I entirely with .'.. n".he negro, ravl a reputation 01 being a bully and a dangcroua mail. A vraoicr orMLr-DBrcvsc I-oiLivitLr-Oi't 1 Th fbllowlni ti tho coro ner a erdlct In tho cawi of Terr white, killed by Hon ( MLKtua M. Hay j Trrr White came to hla death lv a tlb(ol htt wound, lnflkte 1 bv (!. M. (lay onSnnday, Peilember JU Twttmonr twlng THE DEPARTMENTS. WHAT THE DIFFERENT BRANCHES OF TIIE 00 VERNMENT ARE DOING. W IXrKcvAik. P n (imovcr- n, 10. r. Morton 11 1, failure The bar-1 1 4 f Umar. Mlw. KJJf"' "" .. r ranldlr out of the , KrancIaKcrnan, N. . 'Kofcoetimlllnji N i llyatrontr? The ex. Alien 0 Thurmau.Ohlo, .Ptanley Malthewi Ohio, .uneidi lliintirrt I r tinner, HiBon, J II M'tchell ttmrrm, A. If Carlan I. Ark . pedfent to fire the tonelo Another attempt , h.. J'e, Fla, wamade,and, aa far aa tho "enemy' waa con- 1 J7 Mciinaiu( inu rrnifi, 11 proTeu 10 no annincr ten were Unlit Htitl drinml irrr WAV. thf rurrpnt 1-lnir 111 iiuallr plnfon howccr.waoacnaUuaeM llurerhceti ;. ' '!.n,er' I;.K0"1 orwaterwcrekrntailitanrcorinnfn.t lu the air. J. 1. ' and diwendlnojon the deck earned all hand to J). ;; .'-lon innn, eckaplaieofrenuie. Pcferal Including Captain " " IwI,mB,,lS?P Rreew, wero wet throti'r.h, and for n moment It ai J!'0 l , Vl,lar,l, v-1 ' ImimnlMebf tilljut how much water had lecn 1,1LM,l,,,",,,uT l .,' hipped AdmlraUoroa of the Fngll-h nav, waa '; h Um'T'0"' " w(c aahe found comfwrifllliifiUAncrR In tlieplkt ! ' 'v1' itAt x, limi-e l-efore the torpelo aa lgnltel The net Jhn Un'Vv' ' cxpcrtimitt waa ftlth the Harvev torpedo by I leu ''"I1,1!!," '?' ,,' tenant J J Hunken and nnltni W Wlndtr 1hl ' 'f. ,Vn. ' '1 ra!Krr?r;.,ivi,i?Bn.is; , ayoii-tf.&i s!"v,.v.,M mm-aame 11 waexnioiieii nve ectr cur mucn - """"v .'::.".' :" .?': ;". , UmaM Chuu.io .la. J II ihAflee, ( dorado. It M Tel'eT Cnlfrado, "U It. Allien Iowa. N T Klrkool Iowa, JchnJ InpnTIx, Kanma, P II Plumh, Khiihh IlHimlUl lUmlln, Me, jpi O ltlahe Me, 1I I Dhwc" Mau , 111 r uonr hii , It M by no mean Impossible thai PirYla.dcaptte th. axcltpnient of Riirnla.wltl await the rcaullof the Deration before I'levna MEDIATION 1MPOMIHLE. EPAJttt, Oct 1. TbeRuwian nleratrito agency rtntaa Bucharekt dlipatcH whlth derlares that lidlailon la ImpoHaible A aolution of the qnea tlon between Run, and Turkey ramt be aoutht for on th. battle field IMplomaty may Interruue later. Theaamedlvpattli aaya iicncral Todleben iwcceeda Ceueral Ztoft as chtcfof lUtt to the Prince of Kouinanla before llevna, TOUPKDO AVAnFAUC. UmCREBTINO KXrFRIMENTS RKFORK TIIE NAVAL BOARD AT WI-WPIJlll-TlIK WPAKt TORrFDOHnri'M-MlMIUNAVALBATTLlM FOUGHT. Yeatcrda) a New York Herald contain! an In teresting account of the experiment, at Newport R.I,by the torpedo corpx. The corrccpondcnt uya: The beard were escorted to flic United Stales steamer Nina. In thirge of Andrew P Pnhford where aome excellent experiments were wltnrwd wlthapartorpcdoeii The onnIe clam of tor pedoca such as la iwued to nil tewelaof thenav). were the only rnn used The firrtexperimetit waa made bj Ilcut J It. Prllr'dcc who, with a boat and crew located hlmcclf about pevent) die feet from the hore end suUoexidn turmnnser vice torpedo attathed 1 1 ihv extremity nf a hit kory par, fort) rive feet long and about ciL,ht lmhcaln diameter. Itwas ptacrd about tuehe fiet u idcr water and waa Ignited by au 1 lot trio fnn'.wlih tho aid of one of tarnier'a maehluea with a turn of a crank, which itnrcd up a quantity of electricity TheexploKloit was a iukcm, thrwlnjithe water aOOlH nny ICCl in ineair lotunni .ji""" i"-ti-lint ih cniniM (Inn wcrf li ot made until the ex. plorheahad been placed Inponltltii The hoard were ahown thatancxploNlt u wculd be turo to take place, the precaution Ulnctnktn to wnd a. tot beforehand, thusthowtnc that tMnprecauth n In actual warfare wan iiece-ar) Wfore running aiongaioe or an cncmyacci inc aeron(iex pert men t of the Mime nature was made by I leu Unuitdinimimltr E. r. Wootlward lulus a u. enty Ave pound tcrvlco Ur&n Tli.waterwas ttnt a disttincetf sixty fiit lu the air. and the commotion raiacn in tne narnnrwaaBMouwniiig Tim rnnrt rniilJ liave lMn hfard a lonir dlxtanr Ueiitriiant 11 M. lterrv and Liiklirn 11. A. HL made the third experiment, uiing tucnt) fire pound of d)iiamlte equal to two hundred pounds ornowuer, ana wuirn was juticeu iu a uu can it wna iintlrid ttiut ilm oflii tn urru taken off lu nnlhsr tiat tn fntffl tlitf OXliltil(in tM)k lililLff Olid upou Inquiry the reason was fmnd to bn that It w aa the wUh of tho commanding Ulcer that no rkk Douiu le run, ana as iiiuncu cm u nm wriu nt ihaithti nrriaut in Hmttakin The exnl wltn made atcrrlitc noiw und a huite column nf water and dirt as ended t a great height, faming thu harbor fcr Uie dUiauco of an eighth of a mile to present a troubled ai i-earnncc Vessels rolled at their anchorage, and tl e Mim shot k verprccp tlbly. No aoontrr hal the w aters suUldiI than an enterprising r1hcrumn wason U not hcluing the fiili which had Ueti stunned and which were floating about lu larye ruubcrs. 1 he 'par to whit h the torpedo was fastened waa eul at Hchtnlim peed o er the bow of the boat and brokeu the e til Krt of which 11 ng llulered as though It had en ctmlied In a vise. It w is tied to a star le on theboat with tno turns nf spun yarn, and after the Sxploftlon it waa uotltcd that tho ktaplohad been rawti out and w as hsngtns In Its i uMoinsry place Lieutenant T 1 uUmc.it and rnU'u F, , lluniio were called upon to make the fourth cxierlmeiit In the same manner, and were gUen a tor(edo rilled wllh gun c no 1, eqt'l " l inmnds of jww der, looxpl(U. The shot k waa n t an lolcnt as the last but had the cxilwhe arlUlo bein under a vewel bottom It would liavo bet n moru dlsastroiix. ThU finished t..e excrctM.a itli the ar torpedoes FROZhN PkNAUITU Tlie board nerethen escorted to the bore where Lieutenant t'rie' hebrce and C lilochlingcr at tmi)(iHltoinnkeau exmrlnieiilwlth fnzen drua- mite, the latter matcr'al being nlncrd In tho harbor. t Mho diripmlntnicnt of many on bard who !c sircu 10 sec u expiouc oy contact invicau. A XAVAL RATTt E. lieutenant J M Forsyth and blaster Frank EI lerv wero Call 1 unon tirnmffe In a naml titil. the former being ghen oc-muiand of the Givern ntrutschoomr Joseph Henrvand the latter d'reet- ' Ing tlie nunements of the Mna with a Harrc) tor pedo on each side which, however, were not loaded as It as not dodred to sacrifice any Urea for the t-encflt ot Uie teat Lieutenant Fori th was todnhlsbcxt to prevent hla 'enemy' fromitrik Ina; htm on either aide and conldcrin the craft which he had to handle, he managw! very buccpm iuiiy, mt punan moTcmrnw, nnwrvrr, were poorly managed by her yonng commander, and he came very near running the schooner down, his yams gelling entangled with tho latter. Jib and tearing It Into ribbons. he paed tlie arnooner on mo lurtMtara aiue. ini iiirrmrr too dofoftir comfort or to show the efiVctivenepaof the torpedo. The tovtlng line caught otct the schooner, main boom and to present any further diniage the steamer a englnoa were backed and the aimcuny axijuste! ine exnenmeni Ferreu to show, notwithstanding (Is failure, that those on board of tho schooner could hat e cut the lines and snt one of th. toritfdoM at leant adrift thin rend ering her destruction Icks probable. It would not d) to try to capture It aalt would eiplnilo aaraon as It cuine In contact with any obMnelo Theres- seisineu hicainro. inuiiiie oar nor jjieui. rnrsvtn managed to I rliie ttie J soph Henry through the iuii iiuiniiiiMauuiii ncr nvciuviih A TRIAL TRIP, Tholatt exrx-rlment cnntUtM of a trial trln of the torpedo launch 1bI t ' n built r.,cc a'ly for th n trrniment bv MrMi-M ltprrctlmfl nf ItrlKtol. and which la anppllcd with a coil boiler and the Tlu-o-F !landolh S" J j n ierucrson n j Mrrrlnioil.N.r, M.W. Itansom, N V, J K.lUlley,Tenn, J (1 Harris. Teim . Pamucl Maxey.TexM, RlihsrdtVike.Tuxa. John W, Johnston, Va , JL K. nitners. va. If fi ti.vli .a . Frank Uenford, W. Va., Pemocuts.. A 8 PaldMk Nebraska, Alb'ii t'ltuiidcr' Neb, Jn i. P J mei Nevada, im Sharon Ncai'a. R adlelgh N II iKII RawUns.N H, ill B Anthony, K I, 1 A K Durnide K. I Oeo F Mmonda,l, J fl MorrilL Vt, T.O Howe. Wis, A Cameron. Wis. A A Pargent Cal , R.J Oglesby, Illinois, i iiuerson n u, W. terry, Ukh'gin. ...17 IA A in. J p j i pr.w 3-1 Kepubilcana INDFPK"IDi;NTf Nwton Booth California. LavutDavla, Illinois. J. p, Ctirkilancy, Michigan. CCNTIMTFD SEATR, J. B Eustts IuiIslana, Democrat W. P. Kellogg ImUtana, Repoblkan. Vk.T. PpofToril Iiulslan. Itemocrab James ltwl-i, Inihlana Republican. M t Mntler, Pouth Carolina. Democrat p T. (Vtrbln Pouth Carolina, Hepuhllcan. Minuld two Wmorrati from I-oulalana and one from South Carolina bo admitted to seats the en atowoutd tand tlilrty six Iiemoerats to thirty seven Republican and three Independent the latter adding a 1 olance of four If Messrs Huolh ami rhrUt1nnc are ranked aa Rcnublit ana rh thev rn amt Jn s 11 !) mi DcmiK rat ihe Kenate will stand Repnbllcani 3 Pemorrata 37 Senator Wort ti lielng too 111 ti attend, It virtually Mauds iw tot7 Hence everv Renutlicsn will ice the builders' rami ar encln. a rtecrlpImi or which neeewilyof being prtint ai the commencement of nan appearm in iiic itTnm i ni. wi in rnnrre oi "v . f vit under oath by C. M. Clay, he U Ing the only witness we are coiif trained to Justify snld Clay, and belleTt that he did It lu self dcfenie ' C0PA. St'RnENDFIl OF INBURai-TH-rEACE RU- UQWK Ry Asnuclatrd rreaa, Havana, rteu L senof Castello, with hla son. surrendered to the Spanish authorities on the 27th uit Doth were prom went persons lu tne insurrec tion Pnor rantelln was kflnlstcr of Fnreltn Af fairs of the Cuban floveinmcnt. ami hi rou aide- decamnof tlen HollraoUomet, Humors of peace aro dally taking more shape, and a proximate peace generally ere uvea. woman's sEimmvExim iVont tht AtMury Jrtrs, A woman la far more tdulilro than a man. She hu flner feelings and a more dc'Icnte mind There are very few men who reallte thl, and In cone qnence woman Is mado m endure much unneces sary suffering One of Our merchants was gnti'g to church with hli wife, Hundav morning when ahdfuddcnly fctopped and put her hand to hir head. ' Whnt'a the matter?" he aiked, surtlcd by the look on her face. (ih I have got on my brown hatr' 'Khf cjaenlaUd tho astonished man. Fhobur-t Into tears Why Martha, what la the matter with you"" he demanded. "Ihm t jou see what latheinatterT' she returned In a sobbing oico "Ire got on my t rown hat wlihnty strpclRllk ttb what will people Myf And tlie team Hdrted afresh. lie i aught her n!mot savagely by the arm a he anirrlly muttered : vomc aiong, you lunanrau ' A SHARP FIOHT WITH WHISKY DI3- TII.r.KRS. Ry AMorlnted Ptew. Little Rock, Ark, ict. 1 United Stales Mar shal Turronshan Jut madeaaueeeful raid on n gangof illicit d'stilUrlea opcraMng along hi Mis souri Hue Peputy ManliaMS ootWd In charge of the ;"ur on Thursday Jt catturcl two stllh, dc stAivcd a Urpc amount of tnnsh l"cr and raw whmky and arretel four men Whllenn thi way to (tp billon In hharp ivunty where he liitutdcd leaving tha prl-wincn under guard pn puratory to mnaingoincr arrct oo u nuat khi uy twenty frlendioflhiprliontpi but after a hhariifght in whlihoiieof thentt&eklug prtrty wti killed and ol hem woutdel he ftivterdnl in drhlngt IT hU asAllaiit end brlnalng In UU primmer riiv were brnuzht n fore it ukmlioiirr (hxHlrhh fir examination to-day, and In default of ball wero oomrn tied lor trial. , MAS.SACTIUSETT8 WOUKIVCIUENS COX- VEXTIOV IBy Aiwo-laiel ITMa. Bonox, O-t 1 The Wurklngnicn'a rrty con vention awcmblcl thla afternoon and organized The iiMial committee, were appointed and a reco-s was taken At the afternoon aesalon the committee on nf ml nations for ftato oflcers reported (be following ticket whleh was adopted rr Uovernnr, Wendell Phillips nfltotton Lieutenant fJivenior, William Mrl of Worcester, fecrrtary of Hate, W 11. ess of MnrllKiro Trcaiurer and Kecthfr "e F'er W. 1 lira, of Snrthamtiton Attorney dent-lal. Inuac W. Andrews, of Panvers, Auditor, N, E. Chaat, of Dos ton. TIIE PCDUC DFBT HTATXMKNT-rOflTAaE 8TAMPBWINDLCT KXPOHEU-THK PATKNT OFFICK-A COMMIXHIMV TO JXAMINB1IIE BDILUINa-COMMERCIAL UTATIHTICH rnnuo deitt stathment. The following It the recapitulation of tho public debt Ftatcmcnt at tlie close of the month of Kcpttra bcr,jut Imucd: JVM pwirtiff mrrrru in routr Ilnnfl at ne r rrnt ...... ,M - lunula at A lt tfiit .. ItoniN at 4' JT ft-nt. .-,. .. IHHIUI M 1 I'VI (TU1 inw.rfloo 7VM bfarltio tnttrrtt in Jairful moti'r' Navy peuften fund si S per cbt Dchtonwblclt lnterel ha ceaaed since tntM ro v, maturltr. tirtJ lnrljt A tt3trttt Old d maud and leal lender notea.Mw XA irs KA Mt ( rttll"-jjHrtorUjioalt - - . 4i.SI4.lM1 m t2 7I77 Total debt, principal and Interest... --. tlX Ml IKt H Oti In thf TrtantTV in -. M . .. ftlflmH3l nimmr . ..... HPU417 3) turrenry held for reileoiption of frae- iinnni nirtniry Iefwt I-t1iuntetl amount due mllllary ent il 1II tnciit fir w tilth no n)iiro prlntlonn have been maile - .. . JVM, 1m ciwh In theTrensury.Octo- !ri,M7JM 67 ti- i Ih lit. leinmith In the rcvuniirv. H4nlm. her 1, 187- . . ... , tfi-A. 7, Drcrac of rtibt during the montli HnCT IHTre of ih bt since Jnne W, 1S77 H asi-floffl m JlOTHhhupil to the Piu-lflc Railway ConiiMinfA,lo trTC"t -ivril le In Ia ful monen Prlnr'f'Hl otilotttii ting . , f1 ZM1 01 Innrtfit feini!!! I not tetmld w Wililtut Interest ai 1 1 the llnliwl ft tnte . JVO-iTOJ U Interest ri-jmH hy trniKf rtat on of nana tn , ni i n. nj HrttrtiK-eoflnte iitlMhlh t lilted Mtate. 27 3UWT7 07 also examine the roof of thesouth and east wtngi and report wh.ther.lu their Judment, It houtt bo replaced by another to prevent further Injury bv Are. 811 RtfeM Ions ire also Invited from tho members of the board regarding tho reconstruction and repair of the uumt portion of the building. EXPORTH AND IMPORTS. A table prepared by tne Bureau of tatlstlci ahowt the value cf merchandise Imported Into tho United State during tlie month of August to 1-e &t!),U,3tt, and tho exports tUoMoTA, cxitNif Import over exports 13 4MW In August, IK, the export exceeded the Imports waWftiJ. Dur Ing th clyiit months ending tugul XI our exports were f"BS 41 MS, Impnrta IlwjOh.I'W. excesaof ex iinrta over Import. 94J.7ZL For tire correpoud Imnorts tJW 33.1 (M: excosa of exDorta over ImporU Vri.Wli.VlT. THK LAKE ERIE HARBOR FRAUDS OA DavU, Inspector General of tho army, who was detailed to examine into the alleged frauds In the dUburtementof public money In Improving the hart Kirn of Frle Buffalo and Cleveland, haa made a return tn the war Department, whicn M.rioulv im- pllca'cs I let Col !:'nnt of theengineer &rps, who wna iu rharge of th works. Ool. blunt will !e re llciwl from duty and placed under arrest to await roun maruai. reductiox or roucE. OwlngtJlhe reducid amount appropriated for the employment of lmiorary clerks In the Pott Office Department, IVktmRster fteneral Key find himself cmn(-illod, notullhstandlng the-lahirs nf the Iepnrtinent dinot warrant It, to Kill further n-lure the number of clerk on the temporary rolls A numl-crof dLschargoa from this class will bo made In a few days. A VESSEL WRECKED. The slgual service observer at Fort Macon N C, reports, at Ji p.m. yesterday, to tlie chief signal officer aa Mlown "Part of tho aide of a brig or scho.mer and jjorllona of wreck have J 1st cimo ashore at Cune lookout Nothing to designate name IJght house eo le arc looking for bodies. ' THE YEI.TjOW hCOUROE. Tho Treavurj Departraent received a telegram yesterday anuoum Ing tho death at Pcrnandtno, Fla., fromjellaw fever.oftrcd E. iiroMinann, col lector of custom at tht t port THE BLUE AND THE OIUY. GEN. GRANT, HE OIVES HIS VIEWS ON TIIE ALA RAMA CLAIMS FUND. It has alvra) tcn contended mat fromi dyuamita mm non explosive, butdurtug the wluler 1 rof . N Hill, the cheiub-t at the Htaflon, has u minted . fuse tlial will knlte ttie tubhorn material. The board were informed that an engineer sumu tfuitj ago placed H qunnui j mi uj-hhihiiv id aieiKii uur nni,.ulniKP aint li rmind to hla tiisnitm win 11 he had reached the cud ol hlsjurnej , that It had froKcu, and he found It tniitii-olblo to 1 xplo le It The expKwfoii io-da did not take Ute at the first attempt and ft was hubwiuunlly ascertained i,i- ii.r..iL..r mil iimt th .WimitiliM had frnren tho IUPV, una uciiik lMiiri vy ucm; in n iimum uuu theoxierlmeiitK oner. A l ew fuoviaa arranged and the experiment was again tried 1 hi time it proved a grand weee. and thus while the uu eminent U blti-fd with hating found a way to transport th. dangereuv material, it has also found a way to ignite It dming the winter month .hould It frecu before bving ucd. SALUTINO TORrrDOM, Lieut Horace F hlmcrtheu fired three la'uthn torpedica with Prof, Fanners tost machine to show uhatcould be don wlib the Inter, the hill capacity being tho firing olTof four F rsoine.tin known reason the fourth toriedo did nut Ignite They were plaud alciut seveniy frit fruiii uiore. Ucutenant Lutiinai der atc Hilling and 1 Icut James tranUIu rollout d mid liitirudid the hoard with the explodlrg of an Improvised brpedo to show that a torpedo could be made on boat d a ship, In caw of emer,emy,wliu the aid of an old can. Jug and oilier similar artkics wlilrh could t made watertight ThU waaaWoflredby cloctrUlty. The MniniiiKnii It riiliunl Djii itiirht tmntvled to lit. other torpedt es uh'ch bad bern cxploiled It was lOAO. Willi U10 luq UI a tnu iu bhuiiv jug i' wunpowuer. I lent ftairee A. Converse and IA11L ilhert R ( on- den tivoof th. liutruttors who flrei the steamer ana secureu tne necessary amountor iteam in six minute the time lc'nir ket t bv rnnt E'uard SImphon, I 'nl ted muj haw They took her sev eral times around the Island making about twinir mile per hour Iholaund ,'u iho opln'on of the board however, mm only fttiorsmooth water This nnann tne experiment. TVKISO TU FIR Dtrt-OMAfl. Tlie rlass tuUeniicnttr received their detach ments and the amount of rav due them and took tht ir departure To dny the Instructors performed a fuw more experiment. The Commodore In formed the iternu correspondent that he was well pleased wllh the examinations and the experi ments and that the ev cut had been a great sm cess. Thlaoplnlun uaatharcd by the other inemiicra of the board and bv Admiral Jones aa well Mauv of the cottaoo people and other guests wero present to wltucca tho experiment from the shore GOYERKOR PICKETS' 0)URTflHIP. A very picturesque story la told of the White Sulphur Springs correspondent of tho tmrier-Jour nnnvardlng the widow of tlov. Pickens, of fioulh Carolina. "She was very much grlered," aaya thla correspondent calmly, "at a newspaper article con cerning herself, which spoke nf her accepting Got. Pickens 011 condition that he obtained a foreign tnUsloo. Bhe said thnt It seemed so mercenary and calculating In a girl nf eighteen Tho truth ua3 that she was ancnly child and tho mission to Russia w as tl e mother's objection to the marriage Governor Pl kens w aa rejected, and had taken hla piutenge tor r.uroiw 11a wniwj a inrcweu letter 10 UU latlr love but before concluding said It waa not too late for her to (hange her mind for If she would telegraph him after ret elrlng the letter, and acrepthls proptwaU he would meet her In New Orleans and let the stcomer sail without him. rbe did actcpt.aud a few wceksaftcntardsthcy railed lOfeincr nun anu who iit iiiajri'KU pnnm happy, nothing but tho war Interrupt ng the course 11 true love out, tuu -wra riravus iciuhicii tu Kouth Carolina alout the time that KUte ceedetl During their reildeuceltt Fumte t he v bad mnde many purchases of 1 Inure. Asiuarr furniture rare laees and Jew ela 1 ,e fcrrh wl at the p-irt of NewYuk In a sailing vessel a incnth after trelr arrhal Pven thing was con T sen ted Among the articles wera uiixt of the 1 senior and wife by lowers A New Vtrk gentleman purchased these at the sale anl after tho viarwas over sent them to the owners In South c urollua. THE CIGAR PRINCE BISMARCK DID'NT SMOKE During the war between France and Ccrmany, Prince Bhinarck,' the man of blood and Iron," was an actor In an Incident of a nio.t suj.-gvfctiveand gontle nature. The Prince la said to be a smoker ardently attached to the ' weed " He Is reported to hav e said "The value of a good cigar is bett under stood when It la the last jou jiow-cM.and there la no chance of getting another " Mot devotees of tolaccn jn any form stem to delight In Ihelr Urn 1 age to It and to bo miserable If deprived of It It U raid that Ilium ah k cherished his last cigar all through a battle. In glsd antUliirtlloii of tlio fuvury liihtoraf r him when ho suddenly and glad!) de prived himself of tho smoke giving sola e In his own words.! nalntal In ilnwlnr colon In my mind the happ hour when f should ctdoyltaner tnevictoiy uui 1 ioi-caieuinietiiiieinanes a poor tirajt'ton tav ncimos nun im hi arms eru-n-u, murmuilngfor somrthingto refresh him I feltlu my pocket and fo ind that I had out) cld and Ihstwuuld Xxstt House tihlm Hut stav I had atlli my trenured clgur! 1 llglitod this for hlui, and placet it heiwe' 11 his teeth You f iioald hau seen tlie poor fellow ' gruteful imlle I never eu Joyed a cigar so much a that one I did uolamoke " CAVOHT NAPPING. It Is a custom to g vo a prti-i t to the person who first tells an Eg 1 tlau Mteroj fist hla reign has bogun hen the drnth of Paid Piu-ha the ptwle eevsor of tho present Khedive, wav hourly exjiect cd, the head oflhe t.Ugutli Wnarltnent watched tobuthe first ta tepoit the news when hl wires brought it to hlin Rut he got s'eep) , and dlrctMod a clerk to wak. h'oi when tho news cmne Iho clerk waa too sharp however, aid direct y he got the loewage he hurried w lb H to Unml Pasta and thiiii went bak and woke bis mailer who Inno cently huuled to the palaco, only to rnd that he hnd been funtaded Thu wrfldlou.1 clerk has now FIRE RFCORD. A TRAIN Ot t'AlW RUIINCD. By AmocUIH 1'resn ClevsIavp Ot 1 While pusVng Zanesvllle this mori.ing a westward bound oil train oh the IjikcKhcreaud Michigan Mouthern railroad broke Into sections unknown to the engineer, who backed ax usual at the crowlnnof tlio Paiucsitlto and oungiiown railroad The teutons till! Ich and Icdlhctratk A tank of crude nil exploded setting firo to lle tanks Tho l'alitesvtllc and vniinvir.iu 11 nt tmii iiniininir wi iimnmn u contents vero saved fen or clevui car loads of nil w ere 1 onauincd. 1 he nmouiit 01 the los m not yet known. THK TOWS OF WlOMINO, IOW A, Dl RNEP. CHiCArn, Oct 1 Yesterday afternoon the bus) tie. section of Wiomiug Iowa was dsmaged by tire to the eiunt or from fJOOoo to $iMn. in surance nominal. PACKIVO-H01.se D(TRO)CD. CitlNNATi, Oct I. The two upper noma with their tionU.nU of Armour J.fl'i extenshe patk lug house, at the bnlon stock vanls waa partially buriicd vesterday Loss on building I too) The stock damaged is estimated at t-tfooo The lu cawed by tho burning of Hart shoo factory, on eaiurua), l utinmi mv mm iuui A BLOCK OF BVlLMKOft BtRSFP. T-DiJcruin Ind. Oct 1 At this lnur (1 n eWk ti iu 1 a larro block of four storv bulldlnrs occupied principally b) wholesale stores, at the ranurof Iinl" anaand Men tian streets near the I'lilon railroad depot. Is burning The ooeupaiiti aro W Ilea (V (Tin A fmith gToecrs the t"ccuiid, tlumbua and Indianapolis Railroad company 1 offices, Hammersteln Tiros, lithographer J if nil kmmnAln. llnnnr dealen C A Mr.fTatt .llu, show ca.vea.and Meonry,ialor AHmlth, leather ami htilnfT The tire va (tuitlnetl to the fiurth ami thlni stories the second and first sinr'cs lielon deluged with water Thetleieland.fVt.uml 11 and IndlaiiapnllaKallroad t. ompany'a offices aud I Ism menteln Hros, llthjrajhern wero damaged by water, toit 1101 renousiy, in prooaoio toiai ion by theflrelsr'ini) FIRKIN TEXA9. Cdhsuvra Tex , Oct 1 A bl ck of wooden buildings en Ik nton street, comprising 1 hoto- fraph gallery two stables large burkstnith shop, wo or three amall stores anl four cr five dwellings, was burned thli evening .No Insurance THE TEXAS BORDER. wonr. tkoopk Atito iHE niVEn. tlty Assoc ated Prtsw QaLMisto 0(1 1 Tbe.Nrut Fort Clark special aai Colonel Hhafter crowed the R!o Grande venter- day with six hundred tntn and two Oatling guns to avirti At n illli from hla danceroua iHtsIttoi'. Onu thousand Mexicans left Ife fras Nccras barpguwso slid MliaMieva to-eiay, ineir iur nation it un known. rROBABUITIU Or A FKI1IT, Ottrj'T(i.Oct.l Tbelaiest sieelal from tho TIIE YELTA1W FEVEB. (By A-snt-laJad PreM.1 jACgsoNTiitF-Oet.1 A dtpatch from Fcrnati d'na, Fla., savs there are fifteen ncwcasesof)cllow fwer there to-day, eleven white and four colt red Ouo death from fever has occurred since the last report. Mr James Kydd of New ork, a member of tho sanitary commIloii was among the new t'W to-day Modical as stanco his been askrd from Jatksonvllle and Charleston. The weather Is very stormy and unfavorable AiiirsTA tU.Oct I It Is reported that thero were four deaths from Tellow ftVerat Portlbnal. t V vestcrday, and that anumlnrof cltltcnsbave left that place. ELECTION IN CONNECTICUT. I Hy Asfoelitled Preaa. HARTroan,tr,Oet 1 In this city the Pemo crab) elected their rntlro ticket to-day Ly majorl . tie ranging front JWtoSOn. There are chargcaof extensive rrauo in several wanit iiy ineniw law tho ni'norlty reprceiitatlrn (a sccureil 1 1 ward of sell ttmen and assessors The Vtito In the Mate on the-two coiist'tuiioiinl ameudmvtits was liaht but IkiDi are probaHy carrlfl The first irohttttel extra cimjH'nsntlon to pnllto oftUers, ouid the second prohibited town aid to railroads. THE hlOUX INDIANS Illy AiwiHiaied Prea I (CAMr)RoaraTio NtH Octl It Is nutdeQultel) k'nown how many lodges cf Indians left Spotted Tall on the Sid, but It Is supposed that nearly all of them have returned tour companies of cav alry thnt let hero Ust week 1 1 turn them lack te turned today, and report not, having seen any Indians, There la a go"! deal of excltcireiit among the Indiana at th". different agt n les Iu re gard to their removal to the Mlftmmrl, and It U doubtful If this will bo accompl'shed without force A RVftSIAX rEASASrS BWINOS BK. In one oflhe small provincial towns of boulherti Russia a saving bank has rctentl) lern estvh lMiid, the sect nd clerk of which, while lounging at the desk on a flat dn" hi summer, was startled by the entrance cf a heavy looking pen ant slouching grimy unkempt tho very lust mnu one would exiHcito see In a bank, except for the pur litwof robbing It The apparition came timidly up to the counter, and the following d'aloguc cu ensued vell,ioy good fellow, what may jou want here, pravT' lf It t lease ou, father I want you to tike charge of Sfljmcniimy f rme Our folks say that I mini t lio M letl of ll and tliat it w ill be sate w Ith ) ou " t. .hav ati V VVliv how iniirh ni.iiiiv li.iv rnn gr t llu nf lutir ronblti He? Tent' "No It muM.be more Ihnn thsl, I fancy. Mywfc and 1 couidtKtmanoge toct untltall, though we've ten at ll all the morn i g " Ho saving ttie gentleman In sheepskin produced aiatierpd tilth v leather has and nottrod cut ! fori Iheikrks astonMiedevcs a (nrfu t pvranild or hank Mils or au vnmes iroin one nnuno ii imv Theamared clerk hrttlilv unimotictl his two col lesaiies and the three ancr a long spell nf count tug vatislkd themmlves that the t tal amount wns not less than JO s) rt ullw if 13R ) The peasant, w ho had stood watt hlng the opt ration with a look of child sh curlohltv iotkile-l h'a receipt and walked off as cfoll as If nothing hail l.aimtmel. but the next morning he rcaj peered and addressed MiiijuilfLi thp jtume clerk (,od be with yuii fallur Do you take care of gOM too. as will as nana wmi aii..i ml. I llli, vi.ii .1 I rt fr alart linl ItllfBl, I IIU4 1,..J ..... v... . .. ,Ht. )oursclfl How much guld have) ou got InlUaven s nanier- Tun liniM full iMhliMlt.iih t.nnlirr hlmeolf who had lieen lUuiilug to the conwrmllon with the deejie't ainuxiinent, i ame It rward and anuoiimid his lu ctut'on of ii' torn i uii) lug his slrango cii"t(mcr l, .,. ii iwim v.a i in mo ana laiiintr n urce im idouiimi mnin-ii i in Rio (rVnne gives ne Information of a rcllMrfti I unwohed eap,talIstJovfiilH acitpUdlheofltr and tvVcMitl'eIeilanaiidledcralin.)pv aitlmng!. it ' lo iwlrdnve nut to "'"mM.V1.1 ?." a. THE INDIANS T THE WHITE HOl'sr. flip Presllent retclvcd the d'stlngn hIicI FIoiix chlefi lu the Kat Ibvim at 1) n'rloik jcxterlty morning an 1 the llnal coiinlt took plaee Sotted Ta land Ititl Cl.mdmndo peeches, to which the President reillrd as ri'l ms My friend I am irla 1 to see v t, tlih morning' I am fil id to see you dreM I ke w bite people. You lmilt Wt-ll iti the Hotlu't nfwhtle peiIe It shows that von w lh to live like wh'tetntv V 1 have not miu Ii tOMirnrxjul inenusincss wnit li brought vou here In ad lit ion to what was sd hivtweck Yo i hnve sioki n atvmt the p'nee where you wish to hav eour agencies. I am via 1 ymiare satisfied to havcyur aietulcson tlie reservation allottttl to Ton Put m I told ) nu it Is too Ute In the season to now chance the agcncW It Is too late In the season to n move thesurnllca totheblacea whhli you name. The winter will soon come on the sin urns will be fmreu un and no movement of supplies tan be made Mewlsh you to help get vour peoT.le nearer the supplies, and (Jcncrnl Crook wilt lulp jou Next spring places can be ik-itch ii iii it iiiiu nver loae win iuu vou vnd now ai to your retuests as to the thliira you hsrt askol me for. You want tninks.overcoalsand mine). Tho great council nf tnv nation hns nut tho money nnil nmwrt ..v'i. " " .. !."". u" 'a "":.!' iv:r w men in iiir iuu in uania til iiic rirrrurT di uie Intrrl r. He can give vou whatever the great council has authorlrd him to rlvc lie will be gisxi to civ e you wnai necmi ami i tiiinkneean satisfy you ver well. And now this lathe end of our present talk I am g'a 1 thvt yon came I-et roe a lv ls you to move as near the 'applies as yon rnn and Oenerall rook will help you thla winter Next spring vnu can go to your reservations and I am glad you are satisfied with VA hlte rlrer I hone vou will rench home saftlrand In good health llefore v tui go the cri tory will giv c vou as mnnr of the tlilntrs vnu w ant as he can And now 1 will tie glnd to slmke bauds w Ith each one of you and wish you well " Aftt r shaking hands with the Prcr Ideiit and the meinlsrrs of the ( uWnet w tin were present, the In Hans withdrew and prccceded to their quarters The) iiared In e tlrens clothing, with mtthe'r wariamt it is eiwira inai nicy win leave tor their hunting grounds this evening POSTAGE STAMP SWINnUNO. As the tune draws near tor the meeting of Con- cre and a probable chance In the law In relation to then mpcnsatlon of postmatcra the operators tn pontage stamp are red mrllng- their cfTtrd to cTei t tab of their giNids and soi urc stamps In pay. null a ririu nr nm runiu iu 1110 iiiunie ie partment datdl as Tain ns K ptemler 1 In whleh a notorious sewing marhlne avcut, whooo npernttona havenlrcndvltei'ii p ibllshcd prnp-wes to nostmas ten to nsv thein what thevhaveto navthetlor ornment for slxt) di llarV worth nf stamtm ifn ) end inrnw in w a pnuu 1 j im m a'cvinp mat nine, inus prartica'i) p vinr tuem u e mncirne lie Uildlj tays OurCi nsrresa mut Ott bcr lv lf77 and H a few weeks the) will thinge the ioMal taw so as to take from vou tho large commlm'on TMtnnwctt and Instead pay vru a small aalarr Then the machine w III cot vnu f o cash As lime is an rljrtl now dont delay Yon can gvt the stain ns and have the trsdo clowd berore Hie lnw Is ehangeil" As a guarantee of hh tntegrltv he au th rlre the postmasters to send their communica tions and remit thi Ir stamps throuch a certain na tional tank cavhler or Ihe treasurer of the city where this asent rcilde thus Indlrntim Unit those otlli Iftls arc not unwdMng to lend their aid to whst is tin lew a swindle upon mo iiovtrumeot necaiiso there ia no law to prevent it the iinmeofthn am ml" nut given lietause there Is nn cvld-nt de sire on his jart to have his business ad icrtlscd Cll S"'Sto There in , on. .1 1 of ll UlM-l- wllwb.ll.iM nn .,,bai. I!S i M in''of l'i lllMlmpiaii Hit' IhprairtllwbriMlijs'ii lil.hf0l.1 plfc. wrrrc. Heil n Mr it Ihu tlvc r Hi n. nil I .hur. coin. pln I" ml iiliw-H""" "i " llj .""' 'h "v .. . . .. i,-i --. . i I.J..- v uu t .. .1 rtv 1mr u hlrh had lit Id It C bank bills tlie HMV ni a mi I ll if ii.r- tifiicin I'tii-i ii i riiiMiiriiM m, ordiel Ida nffit era to ketp on the Hall of Ike Aineiltaua uuuuncy recn" ute rire-r. TUB C M. CHY HOMICIDE. By Asstic'steil Pnss.1 CmoMSATi.txt 1 lkn Cawiui M Cay) ester- day morning shot an 1 Insuntly killed a tugro, uamtd Perry White ucn t.ay naa rwiniotit Whlte'amatheras ceek.bnt fl'idb g 'h bad Ken robbing hlui of Bllvcr p'ate and oilier article had dUihaigvd hor Yesterdar morufng ha started frumlil farm, six mlls iron UULaiond.K) , to vllta iio.ro rhureh In the neighborhood , fui the purpo-e of hiring another sen sin Wu 1c on the way he dl'iuvned a lowe horse In patture near therortddle and tne negrii Perry Mitiaudavor tug to Cfiittal I haivll Uhl"U iLestiuna) White had tlirealeuetl CUv s Ills and was known as a deui' eharacier, ann upon percining mm ciay lm nedi-itely leaped down, ctnfroutsd the negro Then followed the great experiment of the day, ho betrayed la ao-hlng inote than a Hey, IIKU INCH lUnueilVQ M iwuiuimwiivi f.am nun .....-.-...-, ,.--"-.-.,-."".; the rank of Pasha, while lhoeepy employee whom an il . ordorcd Win to ln" "PJ'l '1.l"a?l The hCL.ro obcyfrl, and Clay Uikad to him roughly tiefore The banker aked In amntcmciit,' How lone nave to i lion in mnrj i Ml fil. nH B-TandfUtlior saved it nit" swt red the pctti.t, and burk t It here, and I dug Itupjustthe otlierdii) l-eraase I in going to shift ni) quarter, 'but wIJi all this mttiny why dont you and vour wife live in ticiwi styl-?' akcd tho banker, look'ng around at tUnUTftbt hul hW by should w e ft ihcrT e do very well aa wc are," - OCEAN STEAJirRS. The rbllowlng ocean sttamciK arrived yesterday : Troia At. Rcoda Ntwork Belfast, Hueoaveotura.. .tta'tmoie Uverpvol fluteof VliltnU MiW t Mobile, Adriatic OueenskMrn..... New York. kt Ixuls... (MUda'phl IJverpool Prtucc.... lUfrf Uverpoo). 2ty of (.heater.... ew York Quoenainvvn, nilng Kcv Ycrk,, HyuwiLh. SEtfATOIt 00IIDON ON ItCCO VC II I ATIOX On the occasion of the banquet Riven at At- Imtato Presldcn lln)es the Knator from deorgla. 11 replying to the toast, Thc li'ite and the Oray bUuded once Iu the embrace of battle blotileil now In lastl ig lxte." khM I am vcrv glni that the lime has at lat como win ti the n irth and h mih ran urus ihelr direr elites at fchnrier rsnee mil with Icsa danxemiti rtrgiiioents ilniu tin v ush from 1m1 ti f 11-iMvhlop I Id-i nr t Lnnw that I am llin nniinr pcnsjii to rcsisiiui t uhls tot st, 1 dmbt whtthtr auv inui. uti'i (S lie Ik a ftTiljrmr w.tli no inrtl alltvorprc) i"i furor ngalnstc'iher set tl in could respnn 1 with Judicial falrnesM, A N rthirn manor a s utVrn win mi nets mis lllet'i s Inapt fr m rxeisj of generosity i r h h-plulu 1 1 snv more In pa'scof the rival Si-C lu hum in Jut or lem of hl own than Is dtie to It on etc m it oTi sees nf m 1 tfty, hwitn orwiucii rn'i ntn lorcivm veryrea niv however I shall nt atuiuit oftourm' In a i after d'liiierspoe h to rev lew the urorlhcnu'-s that leiltoit, fullio It to say that the North and the Month hud their peculiar c-itiiiatloti eJVIlUl tlon and modis of thmtght rch placdl Its pti u liar conn'ructlun upon iho Constitution un ler whlcliwellve This ronftlct of thcorks uitinl natel In acontllctof arms I think tho whole iiu st Ion of differences may be comproml-ed by that one sentence Iu defense of these oonfllt ting theories each was earnest, hom'st and bravo Hike they endured the hanMilpa or the march, the privations of tho camp tho lohelliicM of iho j le ket watch Alike tluy hen nl Ihe sullen tramp of confronting battalions, and felt the chagrin of defeat and the thrill of vic tory, and when the long weary tight wu over and victory perched upon the Northern standard, when iheKoiitherncrosa of battle went down In defeat and was fuldcd away forevrr, when these weary nosis smoii inr inn iai uinc arounu iihhiu tneiitv whleh patriotism ha I raised from the liodlea of her deal, there was not one brave breast, whether covered by tho gray or the blue, that did not throb with gcnenmsrc'ivct for the manly foe that had confro itedblm le-hithe sentiment of thotoast with all my heart sir. Jocn, Cordon here fare an enotdote showing the generous feel ngUtwecn fooslhat occurred during tlie war at 1'iien.tniri? 1 Thla fltrht in over anl If vou ever want another fight an ither duct Irt It lie onenf rait ii a iniee-corucnti nueis wncre iwu oi tne rrlntlpalaputa third party to niciiL llAuchtcr, pnNw In frjnre that we shall Join our common arms against kt me eiiinmnii immj, ipniause Aim tnnircminusme inai i vnim in siuiiHt-iiai-i inre. and I nsk lint dlstlnxu lnhed ceiitli man upon mr ltfl 'Mr f-eirctr Ivarts) lv Unr IL lie Is ton ihvalrnuv to rcfuo nie I wnnt to thal'euge the North to iiimpele with theftium in iicvot icui tiietoiiMiiutioiianu to the union nf the states under the onstltutlmi sa representative Mhos who wore tho rraj I M!inl arhillouint tvihis-u vrho wore the hire to out Tip us jfthevran in drvt tlon to ihe Ubtri'esof tne ptvpe Klin 10 ine i.rei iuiercn mm grcai pounirv to nearn or In vn.r rrti'aue1 s-lr I Ihluk itilrut has liven the anile f diseor 1 tlist hnslieeu rolled lic'woiti tlie Tth an 1 llu- outU alntu thewnr The No-th adm'tttil the hinds rourapw but sho f rgot I t'i'nk, that tldcll v It the twin sUtcr of murage hr honor Is tic South a I lul 1-ct the North rpoe upon It Utuni tend In generous rlvalrv for the tonstituHoiial rights of all ttielati-s Ict us see who i nn do the most to prott 1 1 the rights of the Mates w Illmut In fringing tipu i ihe lcirU'mate powers uf th dontral ifovrmmt nl and when this culitrt si mil lo Itmu gurnipil all over this continent and tht-so imsMmN of thejast ftrgotten then snHll wo wlt"i"s what mv oeohingto wltwiiw a great country tiound P geiher In itnpfttliytHnkl b memtirlsnf a com mon anfeetry and b corns stronger and more en durlna than the iKvnds of Iron whlth strcti h from ocean to orcftn And now Mr President, av a rep rcseniatlvcof thoo who wore tlie era) I extend t you who woro tho blue a cordial ontrt In all rightful constitutional minaiire.' (Apniause r-ro-ongel until I resident Uaes arose and bowed his thanks TlIEl'HITEDSTATBsMDKOTrJLTDAUAaRI RNOKllt - OTHER U.AIMANTH WOL'tH map. ttfRN nBorxiNirrn mad tmerr III FN ESOl'UU TO OO AR0l.NI-A nniTTUt MGMItKHOP PARItAMENTANSWERRD. AconesiKitidentof ihe Kew York frroM, wrlfr Ing from (llugow, gives a very Interesting account of our ex Presidents life acaeng the foot. Among other thing he says; "The General dally rcund la to pray half aa hour, breakfast an hour, be madeahnnreM or go sight stMrlBg three or four hours lunch half aa hour, gn sight-seeing cgvln. drive from one to Ave hours or after dinner spend tho evening with In vited guests of "Ills lArdshlp," tlie boat. All over RcotlaM It It considered the correct thing to be very rotlgioua and to invite all your fricad to see your guest, and of course visitors must di as ihe ficotsmen do In the matter of praying Furtonately i for the looks of the thing Gii Grant has already been accuvtomed to praying, and doo It grace- tuny. Iu reference to what Gen Grant did say. In reply to Mr. Anderson M P. of fllatgow, when thatgsn lleman good riutoredly chargtsd thai the 1 nlted stitc had gained a victory overOreat Pritalnln the crtllnn or the (eneva arbitration, thla member of Parllamt nt modtttly said t iirrsi uritain rs'i gTrou w me naaninsion treaty, end while dlsaptafntel with the result at Ocncva had stood tnanntllf by It In vlewof thla. and Ihe faet that the United Pfalm had completed mi; iiituimitifM oi eii iRini auu uwi wviuw rigut million dollars left afterall claims had been satis fied, he would bo pleased to tee Ihe Oovtmment re turn that amount In Ihe Interests of conennl and thorough amity. This waa said In a half earnest, half ioklut way, but woe met wllha 'hoar, hear,' all along the table " The following was the sensible reply of Gen. Grant. CUtAXTll' PATOR or ARBITRATIOK. Gen Grant. In reply, said that he had a great deal to da with the negotiation concerning the Washington treaty and that he had alwara felt thai our Government hat )le1dcd ton much to Great Itrltaln In the matter lie wm determined how ever, fro the rlrst that If po tie the experiment of teaccful arbitration shoull prevail. Itwas his ambition Id live to sec all national dlpule settled lu tttls way "I am called a man of war," said h "but I ncv er wns a man of war Though I entered the army at an early ago I git rut of It whenever I fmnda chant e to do so creditably, I waa alwayi a man of itucc and lahalt alwa)seoutltiueofthsJ mind Th ugh I inayuolllve loseo the general settlement of natlonil dlspub-si byarhltratloti.it will not licvery many years lf.ire thatsyitem ol settlement will head iptud and the iimnensestNiMU Ing armies that are depretsing KuroM by Gull great ext'cns) will le dii'mnded, and tho atll of war alnioft forgotten In the general dimlton or me pe-orie to the development r'nccful in du tries. I wont to re and I l-l'ovel wl'l. Great Itrltaln tho lidtM Hatd anl cnnndajnluiil Willi ttimmou purpose In tho alvancocfdvllliitloii an InvhuIIlo ctiuinunlty t fPnzlMi spc kltiinatl ns that all Ihe world be slteciuld not conquer" The General wmt tn In this rclti f r wine time anl finally ogsla t niche 1 the Alibnma claims one lb m lleuvM 'There wa one M1nt In counei tl u with that mat tcrlhit I wnsglad wevlcldcd" tUtwas the Indi rect damage claim I was alwavs oiposeil to It, because I feared Ihe future cr meqccnccs of surh a dt-man 1 In any f t;ure a rbl ration wc woul 1 have been plant! at a great dlotvannre by its allow am Micr inaivion fiuc i ni mmio our uvnrr dtinnnds nn mnde vnurs It was a long time ! rorethoJ dnt Hteh Cimmlvton eame together but rarh stle jUHed lire a bit anl there a bit nut 1 about as good a treaty we could expect to gtrt was completed Mr. vii lersoii rays many oi ine prvpic ni nrrai jiniain hel!ei we in t ihe litutnf the tttrirftln. 1 can asaum )ou thnt we did not come outtf tho discussion a much bi'ncfltcd as w e shiul 1 have tecii Many of our pcvple were quita Incenacd and fought the con- unnacioii oi ine irraiy, coaimiiig mat iu icrmi wen not broad enough to cover the iosm-s or local Inter ests but a very large majority determined to stand by It In the-lulerfst i f icateand manly dealing with friends Ae yielded uu re than wclntendcd ti yield but bad gt so fr lrfto Ihe business of do ing what we advocaU-d that ultm tonthaof our people bad no daslre to refute We did not want war. or ccn a new arbitration. e had tiecn sal (lied with tho former and the latter meant delay. e wanted the question KtUed peacefully, at oucc and forever. TIIE ALABAMA CltNXfl. "As to the Ii0onn nrlus Mr Anderson men tions. I will explain that brkffr. AfttrthetlS TiOJiimi) awartlM at iienrva, was jld by Great Priialn the laaiter of lu distrlbiiiioti w as presented t) Congress. It became necessary to distribute ll under the terms of the trtaiy and It was found that If the Insurance companies which had re ceived war premiums were adm'tted to participa tion In Ihe sum It wculd not be large enough to go aroun I. tto they and other part nt w ere excluded Congress will ttglxtaie further In the matter, and the money w IU t dMrtbuted to rlt htful claimant, si that It w 111 not l neeptsary to d'scusa the qne t on of returning It to ff rmt Uritalu " The ficneral explalnsj.1 tro w rklngs of the sys tem of distributing the mine), details of fact that are familiar to alt Americans. I cannot reproduc hi speech In full trau tend '-etui's and uuto books were prohibited Hut ihe above, with ex rresslieruinarka lomhlnir Ida inn ini III rent reeen th ns iu s-entlaud and ibu renwcI exj res-lonsof it'hsI fevllug between Great Rrlialn an 1 the Called "tales (s h a sjn h In carefully prepared subtance. ah mu! in m ii ine ei ire jsriy in jnrnapsiwn huiidn 1 pcr-ons applauttd to the e ho and In th saiiplaiiM1 Mr Vnderson wm one of tha most adentiartklpauts TIIE SN CARIjOS AOENTY INDHNX Thenar Pctrtmcnt ) clerday received the fol low log telegram t OlIfAflO ILL, FeptTl. 0f F I Tbxntwt, Wnhtnitnit liifiirmsllmi rwlvnl h ltffmttli fmm iIia TVa. partment of the Mlssruri leads to the belief that the Apaches of Arlvma who recently fled from tner reservation win ne nr uga i in surrenuer -fore long Tiro A boihefs have already co i sen led to surrender Ml the available trot pa In New Mexico are operat'iig against them l' ll fiiFtilhAf ueut General. Thec Ind'ans w ere brought from iho lb t pr1ntr, In New Mexico to thein rnrls ageie r1z ne, doting the spring qn tc against the'r will and dur ing the summer t rike from the'r rccnatioi and returned to th Hot Ppi ing" In Now Mexico, wbrrc im y weir riiruij y not iiiuimr K tcUinimn relied at the Indian Hun an ves terdsv from Itisritor Vaimeier savs a hun Irt 1 mil fifty of thne Indian are reported near tort Ingft'e in New Mexlen willing to surtendir The whole uumlHr th it It rt the agene) was be twecn four and live hundred niiXE8 in tiie rvrnvrorncE. The I tulnesi of Ihe I stent Oflt e Is going on with a much regularity ailf there had been nn Inter ruptlon by the Are. Copies of spetlflcatlniM and drawings as vvrll as manuscript copying are fur nished wllh Ihe usual promptitude Two hundred and twelve pateutaabout the average weekly number will leifurd bdvy To make the Ion of the mode's burned as little annoying aa po-slble. Com rn'i-s Inner eeh.rw111 as soon as posaihle have cop'ctf tho drawlrig In each case where the mnuiis neve wen iirsirnyeu arrangeii in lori fnlltiii fur tin line lift ren ta fn ms.li hi their nrellml nary examinations fm li au arrangement will prove of much valor and make tho loss of the motieiitieMiH verity ia i. SEPTEMBER MinEniITXXlICL SUM. MiRY. The meteorlwg'cnl summary I Ihe Mguat Durcau fur Ihe muiilU uf tcpteniber shows there were 0 tlear, Cfalr teloudy Uys aud 12 on which rain fLll The blehr-t ftu eialure t7J. waaon the lt and Die lowest 4.. uu Hie .3d The Drevolllrg dlret lion f i'io wind sni south, and tha greattn vci'Hii) invii ict nrur on ior kio. mere was a rainfall ef 4 M liielie lC9ofwtileh was on the tth in IsTu 1 J tl trehesofra n lelJrtur.rgSeitcm her Tha ui n tri'uro w as a ittuc nori or one iid grce lower tlia the average fur September during ine pnM io us 'x j car. AN IN ESTinATION ORDERED. A bwidofime, ctiuUiliig of Dr'gaJler Gen eral M C Meigs. Mr dlwurdCUik, An hl'ect of the Capitol and Mr Adulp'i Cluav, architect ami englnetr baben eoi,Mltml bv the Secretary of ine jnuiru r u examine imo inn coimuum in me litteilnr rVeartntnt bn'Mlne. damaged bv the re cent An, and report what teiapciory measures, If Siv anouia oetasen 10 auir m "mi itvm rtliex damage by lbs clemeiiu lhe board will RULItOVD RONDHOLDrRV MEirriNtl. fByAsaocaied lre IlAiTtMonE, Ml Oct I K meeting nf anuinUr of londholdcra oflhe Marietta and Cincinnati railroad was hell to-daj, Mr S H Tacart presld Ing A stscdlugctiramltleeof ten consisting of S, II Tagenrt. Wm X hillock Ira I. lloldtn And-ew Re 1 J din I 0'tuvv.n H Icles Hra-1 Morr , nf Puflalilphm Jul' John U King ami James art Cm lean I v W Hiieneer.waiiniipi'niel to as. eirtnln w het'n r Ihe sal 1 road is at rreent run c i clutve'y In the Intere-t f Its stckhtl ler and rrtuunrs h neinrr trir n'n pi w i in rritipi u 11 Am. nn.ii.irt ton t f i hat Is Lnvvn ns ihrt imh fn 'irht ant aseiigtrln coiiteititiii with the Ililllmore ant t'hlo rnll road end that If the said ii mmllit-e ts not sfillstitHi Willi ine imnntwronnet t'en or nn' tworealsntiovn nii'iiiinneii tney arc rispeitniuv r.nme.iHl tn aseertnlti w hi thep ti'liu and tieltir torma ran le made wllh mert1urrool and re port toa Mo eqje it met ling ilr UiKail rt'4it 'it "i inn inn iuu pmifi imki n aeitoti of the committee would renremnt tin m tml f in e nf the hmi Ihol lers. an 1 vvmild In ad did ii tn Its oilier duties act as an advIor t un m'lte to ( all met ting Ao Unas he said acorn umii-enr ini-t crcatct to vaae care ot inenoiia hollers Interests and not In antaconism to Ihe Ilslihmro an 1 Ohio railroad or the receiver uf the Marietta and Cincinnati railroad The Initrestof tin- ron Is not icd an 1 1he bondholders w ere Idi ntl cat ati I there waa no feeling of antagonism lu the meeting A 1UD YER FOR RAYIN'O? RANKS. Illy Avodated Press. I Hotom, Oct 1 nother result of tho tremor cauedlv the suspeuslou of ihe Parnstable Havings Imnk has been Ihe supt iislon of the saving bank at Hvannls, Mssa There ha been a run upon the Itmk for Hiernl 'avs and ou haumU) It was deeinel lvlt lo thai pawentshoud be tntlrelv snsivruiltd until suth time us the presint liitrut shall liHTo uln.l' The liauk his a good wtsnd Ing and most of lis Inaus aru good t the la-t rt) m rt tha bank hal 1 S"l depositor" and tht nggre gate dept U amounted to So..U"i.-?. N0RK1N(1MPN s DEMONSTRATION ill Asuin-iated Prtss, WllkEnBAiiRt., Pa Ovt 1 A wtirklnguiin's denioustratluu oeiurred here thU ancnusu thsi occasion being the rrltuse fnim prlwn under lu 1 of Iloveyaud Harrison, leader t f the innb during tlie recent rlut, who line Imu luipri'iuJ at PllPd nrg The) wcrteiiirtcj ihruiUfli the street by 1 ?! workli mcii A ItffctJ nicctiiig was held In the afternoon TIIE PUNCH IAWO.ril. The following is the otili m wt'sed by the Nor folk Aitndiiwii suit tohuve lti aimluUtcrol to a restaurant man In Iirtn outh on Cic occasion of putting the Mr fi tt V'"u h regUter In II rt clt) Vow you Ji lm 1 'ion as, uo io cmuiy tutitre, J hat ever) dilnk sold t ver )ourr mdsre Iuu 11 punch bn the t nci.'eof the cuiuumafrr, And punch wllh prldw aud patricile cusVc Ho help you, Mr MoCVlt, and the Bute of Vlrglulart. THE I.0U1SU,LE RACE3. IlyAuiofatd Prew.1 Iniv it tt, Kt , Ot 1 1 The fall meeting of the !mlvil!e Jockey (lub rDmraencel to-day At tendnnrc ip.nl wtatherfue First event, dash mil aiidqmrbr had iwo starter Ti n Rrneck andOnh nrr The former won by a It i pth and a naif time, ill', eVcwnd race M. Ievr Hake, for ihreeyear ohb dash two miles seven aiartcrs Tollefa rt louts v.tvnono'a SrIuglrook I,'xile Ahippa, (t lv Gammon and Vera l rut. Tho latter sold as fivrrte and won the rate putheJ 1 r Petltia and I In e w hip tut who had sen ml and third position, Hint 1 !. Ih rd rate mile heats Jnnla C, Vcl ton. Mahlwt ik and Larpenti-er started Largtu P-er was i be favorlio ai'd wn Kth beats time. 1-MUand I 42 In Ihe flrsl heat Vilton wu second and I inma C third Jn the second heat Mahlstlck w s.t second i.nd i-mina C third After the Louis ville races Tut ltrocck w Id be taken lo 1 tal tt more, 6 MX Or A RULROAD. It- AsUl-d press. IjiisMtiR. Ott 1 Ihe IjiiUvit'e, Cinotunatl and IxIuUj'i ra.lrnad i xtend,ng from Luulsvllle to Mout t Mcrtiiig and from Iml-vllle to (Incln lull was wild b) order of t hancvb r Krnre todsy, v yn I'cattj ripreeiitln se-vnd mortgate bona lioId-nuiid Dtwittiiif Cfe-.lItjM nurcliLsud tho line to- ITSI i sutijitt to three l-iorlguyea one In favor if lh"t't of I-oui-v lie for llVouo anotbot lu favor of it. ihrie Knlrl t A nowlea. heirs, fol I7iUAn and a ihlr I in faior of NorvlnOreen and utht n nmiumli g o 13 000 its) The road la an un- u tuny ) nisperniia one. TIIE ( SK OP JOHN MUlONVED. 'Hy aortHtrd rreaa. ?T loi I Ot I John Mrrtonald formerly su it rvUor of Internal rev euue lu thla district, and of wlibk) ring uutvtlcty, ngatust whom there Is an Indictment pi n Hug In the t'nlte I Mnf Court for conspiring to destroy public refordswhilelu nftlce. In da) through his attort i) lileil a ilea In bar asalnst further prosecution the plea l-lng hosed upuii the I ifl tent a purdoii which he allegM cm hraec tl o sac.e nlrtnse will, wh'ch he la now charged THE Jl'LY KlorEIU. 'It Asu t-'atel Preu, RtADiMi P. Ott 1 Tl grand Jury drawn for tho special session of the i rlmirat Court uf Berks rnunl) m rt nt tnotl ek tli' in iriilue D'strirt iurus) Helieri rr ei ted tin tc tills of liidhtii cut on ilatgexofd trovti g ralln ml prontity agalr n lll'weei I hilled Wl'h the r-I 111 Ju') list The g and Jury turimuut if the large number of wlinwrs to bvesauilneil, hosiitt )ct re parted to (hccoiut m niEvrKi: M)i.i). U AsstHwied 1'reH run Aptimu Ovt 1 -Tudij tlie Grand Cen trtlurlity Theatre was Mild at sheriff a sale for $.3 Jon, suljit. t lo a nioru.i.ie of Huno Ith inter t Sheridan Vitler, win hald to npres nt the Crluti ( inate Theatre Con 4.n uf New York, waa iho jimLer CANADIAN BiVK H1R0ERU. By Awtoclaleil Pre ss,) MtSTRKAl(Oct 1 -Potteries en Ihe t anadian Unli hare cvum to 1UU The HtiikorMuiitrcvI fhrhaslost t40on. and the I'nloii Uuk t f Iiwcr iVi n4a. VnKX) Ihu llrnhant' lnkand liankol Ontario are aUo said to bo tctiiulrtd. DEATH OF A PROMINENT CLERGYMAN, flly AssotlutMl lress.1 HAiTrtRD.Oet. 1, Jir Jotikthati Urate, formerly past r of the Congregational church at Mllfbrd, Cbrn and editor cf the hdgtv9 itroU, died to day, aged sixty seven.