Newspaper of The New York Herald, 28 Ekim 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 28 Ekim 1855 Page 1
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.u THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7000. SUNDaIT MO It NINO. OOTORBK 28. 1855. PKIOE rv?o OKNrs CITY POLITICS. "* the CANDIDATKS FN TIIE FIELD. We gire below a re.L' U i of to* laU'lidaU-n lu tile tield for legUlatire and char tor urticashould there be my error or ootaeion can,:t 'ate> 'ill oblige by sondiug a correcticn to thi* nfii.-e when I' "ill be atvndeo lo. We are deelrou* *f having H" '<? lint by electl in day, 11 powdbie. Candidate- ????jM do rail to elate the dis trict, party, of wbateb' ') by wh u eud?raed, Ac.:? [Th<Kt marknt L. L> ha e a ? niormd by Ikt lifuor <hakrt; 11. & kalj' tkrtt- . >1 ? r ii in; a,ui H. f. rrfurm.] BTA'IK SK.N iTJt. Hit. Hani SMI. Wt -Ml. a?Tbomae J. flarr. v ?Daniel K. -hrklei, IT. S. 4?J. McLeotl Murpby, 11 W.Uou small. 6? Thontan f ay, Via k spi'uccr, I,. P. 6?Tho ma* J. Mund*y,l. D. Tnot J. Muurtay, I.. P. Mr. Whig. Know NUhing. It-Theodore A. Ward. ? 4?Wm. Allen. .loaeph fl Petty. 6?Ho ratio N. Wild. llo all.. V Wild. 6?Oiac. I'erley. Eraetu. Brook*. PTATK m U11BLT. Mr. Hnni AMI. lift SMI. 1?Michael Ryan, I.. I*. I>*i?iel (it-chan, H. H. V?Benjamin Ray J.ncpb llanieou. =->? ?o 4?John D. Dtacoa. Juk i U. luxen. 6?John J. ReiUy. John J. Kellly. 0?Wm. B. Aitkin. Am. B Aitkin. "?Ie*bi P. Clover. Andre# Van Antwerp. 8?John B. Kwen. C"< ueliui Car no. ?fl?E. W. Glover. F. W. i lover. 10- John Qulnn. Wm PulU* 11?Jame* 0. Ia Roo. J??. J Rellly. 15?John Cunningham. ) e ar Pawaon. 18?George C. Genet. .1. Nolan 14?E/raW Dean. Jo >u t'alTray. 16?Arthur Woode. Arthur Woide. 16?John H. Ambon. John H Anthon. Mr. jo Whig. Know Nothing. 1?I'eiei B. Vaa lloutten. ? 2?Robert B. Coloman. A. H. Gtddlng". 3?Wm Wett. ? 4?Chee. C. M?t*. ? ??E. P. Barrow. E. P. Barrow. ft?Aug'i J. U. Pnganne. Aug'eJ. H Puganne. 7?Haaauel Brevoort. xemoel Brevoort. 8?Wm. Jones. Jr. Jatnea Haitian. 51?Panic 1 Willi". Jame* R. Sparrow. 10?John hi. Heed. J.>hn M. Keed. 11?Ed. Hunter. Chan. T. 14111'. 115?B. W. Richard*. ? l.'l?Fred. W. ConckUn. ? 14?Franoie B. Carry. ilbht Pochard. 15?A. G. William*. A. G. William*. 16?T. B. Vorhie*. John 8. dock*. ALDERMEN. n'artlr. Hani SMI. Soft yy>1t. a?John V. Savage. Ch%i. A* Brown. 4- Bartholomew Healy. Wm. Baird. 6 John Clancy. { {? 6?Albert W. Smith. Albert W. Smith. 10?Henrtr ('. Atwood. Norman McLeod. 12?Bavin P. Jackson. Daniel K. Ti*man. 14?Michael Tuomoy. Pe'or Mooahan. 16?Chae. A. May. 18?John Foefer. ? 20?R. G. Nellie. William McConkey. 22?Peter Maiterton. ? Ward*. Whig. Know Nothiiiy. 2?Hiram Cor win. R?Wm. Tuoker. David Coleman. 10?Horatio Heed. Jamoe Griffith. 12?George W. Jenkin*. J. H. Patterson. 14?E. 0. Lawrence. 16?Saninel I Via meter. Peter Fulmer. 18-?Jacob H. Valentine. _ 20?Cumtniig* H. fucker. Camming* II. TuckeV 22?Win. B. Drake. / ViobolasSeagrist. I John Itobertj. COUNCIL MKN. Put. /7cm' SI,HI. Soft SKrV. 1?Thima* Stewart. Michael IV,ran, Jr.,l!.s. 2?Samuel Auld. Jacob L. Smith. 3??K. C. Montgomery ? f. ? John V. Mlmne. u-ato. Ovary. John Binlch. J?1111. John Oliver. 7?Jainew G. Smith, U. 8. George B Hlckforil. 8?Jamco l? Waugh. J?s. L. W?u*h. 9??'o?t pit W. Cornell, U.S. J. Be* eg. 10?Ja*. Weight. James Wright. 11?Hen. Hughe*. Allen Kavenangb. 12?JenuM MoGowan. Oro. McKinlcy 13?Jame# E. Kerrigan. Richard Birry. }f~&. [? <;?KtgL*r Anthony I . Gallagher. 15?Michael Harry, H. 8. J. VfcWahan, LP.All s 10?Orlando Gray. Orlando Cmy,I.P.AH.d 17?Jcnan N. Philip*. J,ua*.V. Philip*. 18?John P. Betta. John P. Rett*. 19?Rob. H. EUin, I.. P. ' 5JIM- "? "lu ' ( KHa* Cronter. 20?Abrahatu I. Brewer. / i?!?V *?"/? . , t kilwln Widmrriglit. 21?OiarU* A. Kot-'i-h John tla-k. 22?lAwrence Van Wart. I.iwreuce Van Wa: t. -3" ???? M. Iawiod. Jmnix Ai I^v.ifin, 24?A. M. C. Smith. A. M. C. Smith. 26?John WUIiamaon. Samuel C. Seaman. 26?R. E. Robert*. John Van Tine. 27?Micheal Oumdy. Henry S. Smith, H.-. 28?Wm. Taylor. Hen. W. Culver. 2P?David llogg II. 8. _* 30?F. J A. Boole. F. J. A. Boole. 31?PWlx Hart. G. M. Radley. '2?John Ilart. John Hart. ?ttiae. Poty. :A?Patrick Hoylan. E. C. McDonnell. 3??Thn*. Confier. Jame* A Mark 36?Patrick Parnee. Fran "la ORIelly 87?Joecph llutton. Tho*. Farran. 38?Michael smith. Henry I', We*t. 30?J. H. Hi tidy. _ 40?John Smith, John Smith. 41?I'hillp l'itapatrick. Sam. C. Seaman 42?Andiuw lA-ary. Andrew leery. 4J--Conhlin r-bn, p. Samnrl tGiroc'l 4.?J. <1. Setxee. B. S. _ 47?John M. Reynold". John J. Delhi. 48?F. J. Miller. Mchola. Ki**ell. 60 Bernard Kellly. Bernard Rtilly, II. .">1?Jaa. Valiace, Jr., n. S. 62? ? P*nni* Ryr. 5C?Tho*. A. Punn. Tho*. A. Dunn. .. (Jeremiah f 'rowly. . . . ^ i J. H. McMillan. JoUn J Muller. 65?John F. Broderick. Cha*. H. Ha*WfU. 67?J. J. Biedliy. J. J. Bradlev. ',8?Thoret.. Starr. Bryan McCahlU. 50? ? 'hreo MrKenna. tiC?Adam C. 1 lanagan. Henry H. McOowan. JHrt. B' ^ oit. Know Vvkiho", 1?Henry Smith. ? 2?Martem.i" A. Van lior. ? 3?Gideon tliftnn. _ 4?lanac I). Ctttnio. A. T. Gar?tt. 6?R. P. Flmpeen. _ 7? John Cridgbton. ? 8?Ii-nniel tvT Parke*. Icmuel W. Parke*. ?-?. A. Barney. O. A. Barney. 10?Wm. H. Crane. Win. H. Crane. 14?Ceo W. Warner Geo. W Waruer, I., p. 15?Howard Merrill. Edward Merritt. 16?Wm. A. Ilaggerty. Wm. A. Hagerty, IT?Jacob (?rnw< 1L Pan. J. fiakley. 18?Wm. Illllyard. Jam** E. Colgrove. 18?'Wm. Bgert. Jo?eph P. Martin. 20?ledynrd A*fry. I.edyard Arery. 21?Wm. A- Wo<*f. John Kennard. Hi'mphiP. Alai. Hemphill. 23?Klcharl B. (lark. R. Corneliuas. Cooper. 21?Robert Petcrnon. Robert 8. Dixon. 26?Tho*. Welding. m Ileary Jack*on. , 36?.loel W. Mac n. Ella* Comb*. 27?? S. IluHted. 4*1 ia*. Whitlock ??Wm. M. H-*lge. 2P?T*eac C. Pkaal*. 30?'Win. t. Pur yea. John Prlntica. 31?B?n. T. Khtele*. Geo. H. Raymond 32?John Steinfeldt. ? IC?Alonvo 0. ReynoVbi. R. Wm. Floyd. 34?Andrew f./aP, R. J'*H>ph I*. Pill. 35?< W. <hnichll,, K. Kpbraiin Deed. V?Cha". y. Meyer a. Jame* MeGlone, P. 37?J'dm Hcope. ? 38?Hen 6. Kent. HoweU Vail. ?40?W. T. B. MUliken. _ 4^?John J. Hlllyer. ? 41?titi* D. Swan. ? 42? ? George M. Pike 43?A. 0. Booream. Cao. Merritt. 44?-W. W. Bull. Sam. Ho-iper 45?Edward Weatervi.lt. C. S. Wetmn*. 46?John fallen. P. W. T Van Riper 47?Benjamin T. I'lnekney. Fred. Wagner 4"?ft)*- 44. Fred.man ? 4??Andrrw J ndell. A. 8. Jonea. 50?P. F. Mrl aria no. p. T. M<-Farlaoe. 51?J. M.Cawah'Tow. p. h. McCormick. .'>2?John V. f.nilhy. J, P. HrDne-. 53?Ihtnlel P fonorer. Jo. p. IVlio k 64?John Webt*r. Henry 5'oye*. 56?loniel J. Sherwood. Wm. H. Tiylor. V?Iia rid IVirin. John D. Soodlcor. 57?Wm (1. stilling. p. C. Week*. 58?H. A. Bernard. Hiram A. Mayner I 50? Fraeei- H. Gueat. R?bt. H. -hannon. 60?Italic A. Hopper. Uaac A. li< i>per. 8J1TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. Republican dalfgEle* ^rdffl the iwreral ward* corapri* tog the .-iiili senatorial di?tri*t, met U.*t evening, and unanimnualy nominated Charle* Pnvley a* candidate for Senator in that rtUtrict. Tlie RepubU.an Kx?wutive Com mittee hong In neerbin la it evening the nomination wai rejorte*! to that body and confirmed. COXBTITITION MALL?KWU'LAR WHT'l NOMINA TIONS. Tor Comptroller Robert T. Haw* Sheriff, Wm. S. Idike: Commia.ioner Repair* and Supplie*. Jo*. South worth. ('maty Clerk, Oaorwe F. e'herwo-d ?-tr*?t torn Jo#?ph J*. Taylor; 0>un?rl to ( ?r?oration, Tbeo 15. Tcmlineon. Cl'y In?pector. Geo. WIM rtoa, Goieraor of Aim* Hone*. Wnrt II. All>ert*on (orot *r?. Dr. John Ivea. f yrn* Ramsey. Frwlerlek W. Terry, "am i A Hi 'la: JnMIre of Sopreme Court. Edward B. C iwle*, Siiwriw Conrt. l/*wt* It* Woodruff Mnmy HoTmao: Crewmen PI***. C?n??.ridgaP lletng"(<m M*r1-o C ort, ath- v riit ?tl. 4?. Bell. J. C. -kaat The Jotrph Wftilur Uoue al Lwit. Who has not heard ur mail of 'he ship JoaepU Wal r >? Her nam* baa been introduced into every depart ment of a newspaper, from the police report to the cil torlal. " N'ot to know her argue* yourself unknown." She flrst appealed before the public ?* a proud ant rrally meritorious epecimen of American naval archi tecture. Americau ahipouilder* regarded her with jiwt pride. Her majestic sis* and graceful line* were fully described, aud the American public read the dascriptlne* with decided satisfaction. Then, a? (he voyaged trom place to place, the ship newa column heralded her more uientir?ber triumph*. Ala* I her next appearance iu the public I'lini* waa under ci cumatancea oi overwhelm ing misfortune Her enowy eaaraae had been burned on the yards ana tbey, wi'-a the 'ail tapering muta, also fell a prey to the devesting el-men t. II. r hull, burned iu:d hlackeue ? with Hinoke waa acnrtlad and tye water of tbe Eaet river cleaed over her In connection with an ecct nat ot thle end disaster, her name occupied a promt 'sent poeltion in an ad ioj tomtom hea", Kor never a roonttu after thle, an ocean!ma I paragraph ooa cernlrg efforts made to ral.*e her, wit* all that appeared iu 'be public print* to ahrw that she had ever exlated. We aext Sad bar awe upoa the "CotuplaiM book." Apprehenaiotia were felt thai if she was permit'ad to remalr during the summer in the place ane had occupied *o many months, the eff.vt would be disastrous to 'be public health. The chief msgl-trite of the city, being authorise I *o to do by the llerl'b O nrmiartoner*, contiac-ed for ber removal. All ate familiar with what has f?U .wed Charge* of corrnp tb-n and incompetence have been made against every liody connected ?lth 'he bu*lnc*s. A couiuit' te* of the Board of Aldermen have inveatigatod 'lio facts of the rase. Two sntogonis ic reports bsve been made in the mutter. The questhm ol fraud tias been gravely discussed in the public journals. Serious aed pctly suits ut law bsve grown out of it?end the end la no' yet. But one thing ha> been accomplished. We record the fact with uince'e ..leisure. The Joseph Walker bis been I ea on dfrom the dip ahe ha* occupied fur Marly tao years, and i* now saMy moored at the Atlantic docs*, in Ilr'M 1 lyn. tin Thursday, owing to the low ebb to which the tide bad fallen, tbe whole of the immense weight of the ship, with the remain* of her cargo i.nd M-vrrai feet of mud in her hold, ran thrown enthriy upon the chain* passing under ber keel, and fastened 'o 'he trusses acroaa her deck, resting upon pHee driven at ber aide. It waa mur<> than they could bear. Two ot them broke away en'iiely, and the chnlns freed themselves from the Others. Thus sud denly thrown Into the watar, with tho additional weight of the broken trusse* upon hor, there was great danger II at she would sink, there being nothing but lo r owu bnoyancv to support her above wator. IU'l this oc curred, the tedious and expensive process by which she has been raised would have been again necessary. As it was, the most energetic effort* were required to keep her a flout. A gang of men were set-it work balling and pumping, and another clearing away the broken trusse*. ?v dint of great exertion for mauy hours, aim was placed in such condition that two men, by continued pumping, could koep her alloat. Tbe comrnctor thought tbe lime for her removal from the slip had arrived, after many disappointments. He acei.rr.ir giy engaged two steam tugs, with the design of torlng her out at ebb tide (about 3 o'clock) Friday afternoon. Thcie waa apparently no scri >u* obstacle In the wty. A schooner, which was mooted to <heeud of th. . ler was swung around to the pier adjoining? a Job, the performance of which was a u-n led with ioau e\ citement, owing to tbe danger of collision ai'h other ves?ela. k.vory'hlug being in readiness, io,.e* 'Vom tbe ?up* were nttarhod to the stern of thu Joseph '.Valkcr, an I 'he sign. I given to start. Tho whools revolved?tlie Wfttef fcemcd?the rope* were strained to their ntuioat tension?but not one Inch did the Joacph Walker move. An t ar wn* procured from a boat natr by and thrust dow n at her t'ern. The mystery was explained. She hid "trnjk the hrlg which had bee.i u*ed in previous ef forts to raise her, and which had been permitted to -ink acri.*r the foot of the slip. There was but ten feet ?f water over the guard* of the suoken brig. ..nd th-- Walk or drrvv it leas' thirteeu or lour teen. lAliat wa* to be done. Operations must bo sgspMied until flood tide. Tlie tugs were accordingly in nor.'.t 'o the pier, barrels of r. sin weio sot on Are on board the ship, no individual with a very huuise vi lln perched him-eit on a gang plark and "fiddled" a requleum; and other preparation* were made to pass tiro weary hours until nine or ten ta the evening a* ticst they might. About sewn, however. II become if parent thai unlets the b ilk was towed out ffom under the truesew whim rem**.red law Mug the il-ieg tide would bring hor io con'an wiili Mm and ^rendur her ruuv.val impossible. A tacklo w?* accord icgly rlgned.iod when put in operation, It was discovered thai *be liad lieen lif ed clear of the brig, .and con Id l.o easily towed orer her. But the tide had already ri-en too high. As the bow was passing under the last truss It caught. This difficulty wa*. bowevor, obviated by pry ir.g np the truss afcd placing some binding under it. The rope from the tackle wis then mains*I, and -o.>n ?he wa-clear of all obstructions. Ru'she could not be towed out while the tide wa* running Still water it flood tide must lie awaited. Kindly, between " and 10 o'clock, the wheel* of tbe steam ug* were once more put In motion, and ill that remained of the Joseph Welner II..ale' gracefully out Into the rlrcr, and wa* tow-d over to the Atlantis 'locks. A* ahe pa?*ed along the glare fro... the burning rosin cost itself upon the tail rigging of the ?hipping, . io lly suggesting to the beholder tliat they were -pcctrv* guarding tho removal of th - remain* .if their noblest fallows. The ?( pes ranee of the steauitug* wa* tho ?lgml for the Collection of a large crowd upon 'he pier, many ot whom rrniained till the li?t aceno wa* over, aud greeted tk? f.nal< with loud and long continued ch. ring The Torklih Harem. MB. ODCiXTiU'R LBCTLKK ON TIIK HATtf'M \ND OKIENTAT. DOMBBTIC INBTITlTIOXSh Mr. <>?caiiyan, of Constantinople, delivered, Wl < ing, at the Mcre.-iutile Library lartatt rutin, Clinton Hall the second of his courre of lectuio-i on Turkey. The attendance wax numerous, and the lecturer yr.n lis tened to throughout with marked interest. The woril harem, he begnn, wa? a word familiar to mu-i, and yet, despite the familiarity of the word a misrepresentation ?t the - ignlticancy of the word ax appli 1 among the Turks was aJaio-.t universal. Most considered it a w ?rd that it war not proper to mention to ears polite. The word w?a only suggestive to them of a grand conclave of beautiful women brld Imprisoned as mistresses to the sensuality of the high m.iugote* of the (uluital conntiic*. This, he proceeded 'o show, waa a great mistake. Harrm men tit r ? tiling more than the private apartmt nte of th> women of Turkey. With theui it had no such ne stling an that supposed to belong to it among ("hH-lian l>ei pie. It was un aicana of the Turkish house hold, wlieie more often the retiro?l woman gave her time to hir Koran and praying than to degrading and premise Otis and vile s<n laulity. Tlje seclusion of women in Turkey was a custom of great antiquity. It a-ns a etintom that prevailed long anterior to Un- time of Mahomet. The Koran, indeed, was only a stiat&lrier of the harcro It advocated the careful aeelu slori of women ftl>m the rmle gar* of men. lor this reason the hooves of the Orientals were divided into tw j ajgriments?one for the males and the other for the fe males, the f> initio apartinent bearing the ipueral designs lion harem. Harem, therefore, it * is shown, eorrea (smiled very n< at ly to the Atgllsh word home. Wlion a aths was mentioned aa travelling, and having his harem with him, his laiuilv sa< only women, an 1 Udid not follow that mote than one female was numbered in his family In no country w?? woman more respected tlisn In Tur key. No one would dare address a 1 tdy in public. The husband even, should ho clian :e to meet hi- wife pa sees her without showing the slightest c>gnUit4e. should one so far f rget himself as to approach a Turkish is y iinu lieitod, ho would find himself attacked with that won an'a wtaprm?her tongue?which would be foond In Turkey to piegiis all the voiuMHty amt ldttcnie-s t ihe female aex in Christian ootin'rles. A* showing farther the i esj.ee t universally -howu ta women, the Cost out of sucking women was oorlared a mark of resjieet. The men alooe were excepted. Tbe har m, or the private femaln apar'inent. was to all Inteota and pttnwtses under the etclusive control of the women. The -ult.in hitn-elf n ? v?-r entered within its sncrwl precincts without consent of ita occupant*. The children,however, have free ingre.s and igiesa to the two apartments of a Turkish hoasonaid. W hi n the female offspring reaches the ige of ten years this freedom i? cut off, and she fbrat* a portion of the hsrem. The lecturer, meanwhile, gate an account ot the harem of the present reigning Jult*n. Connected aitli bis harem wer>< two thou-and female"; < f this number oniy seven held the rank of wives fh<- Imnries whi< b 'hey enjoyed were geaphleahy described, a* sl??i thi Ir liaMt- and mode of living. Although the women being ing to the Kalian's har- m w-rr 'O many In nuintier, they were not *11 mtitimass Imludd In tru harem were the mother and ?lvtirs oi the Knit en. In'he royal palace it might he eupposed, the lee'urer ad!"d. there a ,nld te nomrrens representatives of the ri-lng g*nera'l >n. bit this was a mistake tin the one hand It was a pro vision, he gnid, of state policy ts? ke, p dltidtil'h' I the number eF lietrs to the throne, and therefore nine out of ten either were n .t permitted to i? the light, ot Wftf hUlel vi pen Wrth. Two sister? of tfc; H-igning -ultan, hv feinted, led, not long since died of grief, because their olf-oritig were destroyed- Again, most of the Udies de-lrcd the premature d*?tmc'ion ot their children, to avoi I marring their benaty by maternity. This U'ler was declared as being 'he case with m >?t of the Turkish women. The hi turer, after concluding hie remarks uton the subject of the h?rcm, desetlbed, at length, tho f irni'ure of the Turks. In every apartment were several sofas, up-.n which the reeprctheoe<*npant ? seated themselves at tn? ir leisure enjoying their rkiUmi and coffee Tho lidlei illd kot "It cr?i-? legge-t, as generally represented, but gather ad Jheir limbs underneath their robes, It u-lng ? great breach of etiquette to shew any portion of their nether limhs. lug window curtains were very sumptuous ami ricti, containing every variety of fhff Uveha-t e.,l .rs. It was rare to find a be>l in the house. The sodal habits .>f the Turks www nevt spoken of. They were dneerthed otherwise than tho morose people they are gen?r tllv ?c credited as bftng. They wers indolent, and - njoyed ?a?e and the pipe -and coffee and <Aaf. The rril el toe women supposed so impenetrable to the human gate was state I as being made of the lightest India mnslin. Ibroof'i its gosseuner transparency. instead of the bma'y (.Mug hid It waa heightened?Urn arched eyebrow app are l worn richly arched, the delicate hoe or the < ue?k m >rw -"H and luxuriant, and the eie nv.ra langelshiogly b taiy The lecturer eksei with a few observations as to the inno Tatun" gtsdnady working tb'-tnselwa into the duntes'ie ltt"thntl' ns of the Tnrk?. He sn-faiMod h'? tso ad le<;. MILITARY AFFAIRS Tkr New T?rk Militia Bymm-MilWir Bmud h>r Dr lM|?e n I*-Pm4 e ?f t* Tmr* get Buamon Uamf nlu, A Military Board sat on Tiie'-day evening In Armory, corner of rim and White streets, for 'ho purpose of bearing (be exeuaes of all persona wh" foiled to attend at the late parades ol the ununiforined mill da ooniptmles when duly lumoonel. A note appended 11 each summon* etated If the peraon to trhoaait trad ad dimed failed to appear before thla tribunal, and atatea (rood canae of absence, he would be fined. Consequently at 7 o'clock there wa? a large crowd collected, which waa co^ posed of foreign resident* and aged and Infirm ot'-tseo*. la a abort time aftarwarda the officer* appeared and enured the building, having place.I two poHemuen at tho outer door, with order* to keep the person* ?o a ssemtded in the .trcet until thejr bad disposed of the eases yriatm. Al though it waa pouring ralu at the time, thi* order w?i executed, and many delicate men had le reanam tinder the atom for mere than an hour and tv liali before they oonld get te the preeence of their warlike judge*. When they did eo, the excuse almost Immediately 1 (riven waa, "I an> not a cltiren," and every onoofthen ? appeared to have loat all ambition to become eithac j a citlaen or noldlcr, for cause* unexplained then. The system of semmonlng foreign ra.-ldenta for militia duty, putting them to the trouble of running after a moat un-mililary looking board, and keeping them I then ont In the atreet tin' er a rain storm, with the mode of collecting 'he Onto, and of paying over and disbursing the fund ao collected, arc very Irregular, unfotr and lax, and calls urgently for reform at the hand* of tho legislature of New York. There were akout four hun dred foreigners drenched with rain on the occasion re for red to, although a huge drill room was empty, and the door open all the time. Young New Y ork is military mad, If we may Judge by iho number of urgtt oompunles that have passed the IfrguiD office during the past week. Indeed, we would supper c the Huuu> offl ?e waa the camp before fiefiaatopol, so military doe* it look cm ing the day and evening. Nest Wednesday the Hntxt-D Guard go on their aunual target excursion, and it promises to be a fine alf-ilr. They will parade over sixty muskets, and arenog the in vited guests are I'aniei E. Sickles, Esq., Col. Hoe, ITe. Y. n. ilart, and many other eminent and worthy citizens. The prise* will be numerous, and will embrace splendid silver cups, cake baskets, and other pieces of plate, gold pens and pencils, besides articles o("|K**'er utility, such a- barrola of Hear, suits of clothe., hits, boot*, coal, he. The target gotten up for this affair I* very hands, me aud was eras neated by oM "f U?c Uracil It attach.?, Mr. Samuel Gasktug, who has lu vented an iugenious design especially for this eceiiraleu. ihc ceoe of the shooting will 1* at tho Red Hoisr, Harh in?the time next Wednesday. Un Thursday the Municipal Guard' c imposed of the meiuliCTS of the -cvcntocnth ward police, numbering 60 murket*, under the command of Cap'. J. W. Hsrtt, and accompanied hfnhc Wusbington Itand, proceeded on their first annual 'arget excursion to Turtle Day. At 0 o'clock the ci trps wcte Introduced, by Dr. I. I>. Cannery, to Mayor Wood, at his iwatdraoe in the Second avtmuo, where they were addreised tn an appropriate speech. After a review, the company proceeded en their march. On the arrival of ihc corps st Turtle Bay, the fidlowing Kcutlemen were chosen froin tlie more than fifty invited guest* as Judge*, vlt Auncituiaii It. E. Ilncknsy, J.dm M J * od Murphy, Dr. K. I?. Conncry, A. i. Ofodl. E. W. Wagner, Win. Wsllaee and Vfias. H. Whalen, V.?<pr?. After a sharp contest for the prises, daring which the target was well riddled, the company, numbering W>, ? at down to a su.upluwus dinner, provided by the fJugrd* ' si tjir hotel. A"-r a d1?rhs?l >u of tiiC .iands, Captain Until los<', auild great applause, ami prop<>-ed ?' rh? Iicalrti of Muvor Wood. ' Mr. Mct-cod Murphy '?dug ? sited upon, lhsnki-d llic company for the honor can 'erred upon him, and spoke in highly complimentary crin* of the administration ol Mayor W<iod. In the course of his remarks, ho refbrred to the virtuous eon duet of the men ol the S \? n'eei 'h ward, by tueir Indie nsut rejection tf mlunUo pilars fr.an hou-e* "f ill :,n.e, and concluded bv proposiug the ho-til!i "t Captain Hunt and the" 'incorruptible men under tils command, which was received with cb.-ers. Captain Hartt res.am.lad, saying thai lie should be <l< fng violence to his own feeling* If be failed tocx.ire-* tt e gratitude be loll for llio "a'tei utg conndlnieti ?* he towrd on the chief magistrate of the <wty. ?>r the pre cnl- returned, as coating from unworthy .ouroos, he aid wc ate not ol those who iliink tha' vice, though elided, should bo received bv virtuous men. IN- 'lien al luded at sotuc length to the fact that the Seventeenth ward police had tx- n called into roqutaDlon freqneutly. under ttying ciicum-tinces, tiut in no one instance hx-i til.- Seventeenth ward asked assistance fr tin uuy - m re to quell disturbance*. Captain ll*rtt. feelingly referral to 11 .#? men who liml ^(TiUiod th?*ir liY6? In tl?<* ili-chae^f of tlirlr duties as pollocmen, and concluded bl? remark* amid vetenicut spplause. rq>ooelie< were then made by Aldeiumn Ely. Councilntau I'i.ikti. y Dr Coum-ry, Dr. Tut tic- and others, all of which were received wi'henthu -ia-lic ch.er*. AHer the dinner, tliO company marched back to the slat ionfihuuse, whei- thepriae*. am turning in value 1o nearly fit,Ttsl. were distributed uin.-ug -ur cessfui tuarksnien, an.l thus en-tod the first annual ex? cursitm of the rk vrnteoalh ward p-dlre. It I* due to them to -ay that .-very per-on conducted liltn*. If with the ti most propriety, and thai great ptai'e i, lua to Captain Ilartt, not only for 1ha a-inirahle up]* ..r mrc of the tur n but for the su<-ce**ful and happy '.erminatPut of this plen-ant ntfuir. The l-oonaid Guards. Cant leonard, 'the ->con? ward p?iliee,) i.ttnilicring 45 ntusl.d- pa* ea our office yester <tay, on 'heir way from Holxiken. The Cannon fiuar.ls, Cnpt. N. Gatwuy, numbeilng 25 titurkels, also went on their anuual excursion yesterday. lite Poole Guard, t'apt. Paxfon, went on th. ir fit-t an nuul excursion to Strykur's Day yesterday. Th< y nuuv lernl 70 uitii-k?ta. The Mount Prospect Guard, composed ?' themenlrers attacb.-s of Engine (ompany No. Ifl, of Brooklyn, e.un pen, tor 23 ptia - at their aunual excur Ion. T. I. Cor nell commanded the corps. The liennlston Blue* went rrt 'lo ir -evonth annual eg cnrslon yesterday to Clifton I'atk. Mati'P Island. D. J Tai.fg eotiimandod. The I'ttrrell Guards, Capt. M'srra. num'ierltig 4?> ta ke's, passed our office on their ntuni fn>m tlic 11..'U-m House where they had teen ce ebratiug their annual excursion. Tb? Franklin Guard, Cap'. Ik.iley, nnmitering 70 uius kets, also w< nt on their annual target excursion. Tlie I'nlon light Guards, <",i| t. J -herw.ael, went to I lualiing. I-. I-, on t'telr annual exc'iision. 77,e Whitehall Guard, ('apt. James !. Murphy, umnoer- . ing fort* muske's ]>-i -ol our oftl.e <m their way fr qt Weehawken CS. />, where fhey <nj..ye.l them-.-lve? atnaxtpgly. 7he Met ortnacl Guard- (-'apt. White, went -u l.' i second annual target excut -iott. Forty priies w.-ie cou tended for. Dur Own Inde; endi nt Gnar>l-. Cnpt. Janu * CUy. nun btoinff sixty uiwskets, also had the extreme phxvure of ! ri'Mling a target. The Huowted Mu-kete?r?, ' apt James, nute.h*-ing forty I musket wi nt to Hobokeo for a day's fun. The Washing'on Onard.*, Cant- Kentnarl e<rm|a>-rs| pr im riisilly of mnnts r* of Ho-e l <i i(?oy No. ?, pr.e e. let to Bull's Kerty for the purp- <?( d;S|.*dng of <ome valuable pi tie* by the science of arms. Meed's Eight Guard. Cupt. -nt'h. and M'trn'^-is* ?ls,ut thirty five musket* p* <*1 the Hswu tt "die.- on ,t.elr way from Iloboken, where some sharp slu -rtmg and hand tome jiilf * were showu tbs inrltcl gic?'* H.e Mon'gomery light t,.tar\, James E. BalUr-en captain. | ass.sl our office on their wsy to *ew Jers.-y r.r target practice. Ti e Hoe fiuard, (TapUin James INmoh-" an 1 numW ng forty five musk. Is. pa-' t the llrattii ol?c? .n th-,r return frem lloboken, where th-v felt " a'same pi. as ire in j-lr-g at a targe' and riddling it In Una sty.e with tl dr rooelet'. The Crish.-elaugh Guard, command. I by Col Duly wotit tn kast New York on their annual let out. 1 ?? n'y three musk.-t* comjmew.1 the .-n'ire rank an-1 file. The Shelly Guard pnnied our office ?n th l-re' i.n frt.m 'h. ir first aouusl ckCiu-ioo toH-'boken. ootaman to-l by Captain An^lrew Kil -en numbering fifty.six n. i*?et. Tt.a enutpsny marched well, and pre.eo'e-1 a fua ap pearance. TYi' J contended for lidrty t?.a>- prio Tlie Fifth District I'olioa of the city of Brooklyn Ieiing forty muskets, fapUin llenry f.uisshar-i, a - paswd our offiiw. Eighty five prises werw contend I '-r. Do f rlday Dst 'he Monroe (.nsnl 'bltel the Waebaw ken lerry ranUon, Capt. Hlter mu-'ertng ?? ?"?_ ? attendssl by ftheltort's band. Jome xalnnhle prise rr ? awarded. They prove! fool sleits and telle tad ? ujion Do Monday last, tlie Charle- Wright Guard, Cnpt ( an na cwnpoaed of tha em.,toy. a to 'he Grsuur y l ? s Hotel, the proprietor of wfiwh Is Mr. Wr.gtit, a'ter whom the* are name.) They were a. e.-ruptnted b> l>v ila's Band, and muelercd forty musket.. Al'?r tug- t aractloe, they partook of a ramffuuru entor'ain'oOO' ?t the honsa of Mr7 i'saae, at tlie tVbl FetioW" Hall- ?n? i.pieariDce ami deportmrnt was highly crwhtUrE on W nine-day hurt, tha Conner I ?gfit ?.uard Jrbn -stewnium sieltei) Ib-Ooken f?r targe' prar'l *? or. < rmranted the Waahmgt.>o Brass Band ami must" i ? tiiif thirty fi?e tnuskats. Twenty-eight valuable arise*

w.-ie i>rewente>l. This rooieaay ?*s ennpswuel ?f the rw Sider's of 1 he be*coth ward Ms* York. ? Al?o. the F1-*t ,. mi any W*lker Guards, fhpt. John M1'h> ta at'and* I by ReMnson ' Hand They aotunere-1 su-ua fifty maa hat*, and h?ked well. , f?n Tbt-r-dny, *be lnVneirden* Rod Bo?wr Guard fapt. ? , ? ? -?r? ?. "N < Hielioo'a Bias* Band, ocnipoeed of (be c--irt. nl ?( > ktghth aod Mu'h werfls, N. Y. Fifty ut ?keu A arm It rttailon tall *?* glwen by tl>e ccmpoa in iw eevniag kt the Knickerbocker Hail. T1 e Ibitowlnw coaipantee haea rUltal lob ?"t '-'H in ?be past wt ?on .Saturday, Oct. 'JO, too Nice Bunw Hoard employes of Uit tonpiteTobacco Work* of Ilr?"?U hrn, aa also the HI-Manila Guard, Oapt. Jaeis.i Udu ? fji u tha Fuurleenh ward "f New York, ?<* up* " ' > analnm'* band, Ihay paraded M uiuakets. t>a Moo < ay, the TIA, the Hempstead Muaketeers, * a * Jhuce, ftuin the Teu>h ward, New York, accompanied 10 bketlou'a Band, uuniterii g MJ mu?k?U. Twcuty-one bailable prizes were awarded. ihe Wlllla n >.j . , K.m the Mnth ward, ('apt John Bolan, the dT*?W ?* a? Handaccompeoytiig. They mastered 00 mualudi, pod inflected groat credit upon tfiMnaelve*. i>u t'.t' < lay, the '.I'd. the America t.ttaidc Cant. Charles A Flock, uc en-ipa. led by they'll kiogton Hraal Raudflbb mi?k'' t, al*?, the Amertcun liuard, mend wo e of lloae I ? m.sliy no. T, of Brooklyn, htcwar '* Band, and nn nierlng 7,i markets. ihe abo?e visited the Man."'' n Mouse. 'the following corrpunie- hate, during the Week, viaiied tbo Weehaakeo Keriy Pavilion:?The i.f.i. i.igj kaard, C-aot. Mtephen A. Hmi li ciijnbrrlny 75 in-t<keM, the VVW'eLkJ' Guard, (apt Jajnra I. Murphy, with i: >? kin -nVtland, 48 rati ket?; the Old ?pi>rt Guard, Cap' Ant^irw Matthew*, on their third annual otoi'd-n?W aiufffta; tlie impire light fluard, oa their llltii ennial tncuieton, (apt. l.nule Kranaaay, U5 musket*; also, ttie 1 ax and Turner Guard. Capt. H. (aimer ?<i mu l ct t Thi* total any wan received l>y Governor M -r of Ne i Jairaa, who delittn dan eloquent address to (him -n Hit -flflahin Trial ?a>4 Caarkllan of Hkbaai Gorratui for At Hardrt af Cluurlaa Jehnwr KINflB COOXTT COURT Or OTKK AM) TRRM NKK fhrlo.e Juuge Itaun and Ju-tires .Stryker and Kan nr. roLRM IMT. Tb?-tibore trial w?? concluded ywterday morning. In anticipation of hearing the verdict, long before the hour had ariired for the assembling of the Court the room and lobbiae leaning to It were crowded hkortiy afier 10 o'clock, the priaouer wae brought into the f> ' to by eu officer. Ill aj J.ewe.l to h el aiitiru*, and rrarj movement toward* the door would nttr.tot t.i* a', lent" n, a* it eaget to eee the Jury nnd know hi-ft'. Ihe Jury, which had liven out elxieeu hour., we e ihen evot lor, and inloiiued the Judge tnat itiey bad not agreed and wiehed to knew wnatkw they coal I And tna pciM Bbt guilty ot homicide. The 'odge theu read the ntntu'c* as to nhat ?i> Ju.tti flaMr hi an vide, murddr, and the dill.-,eu' dewreaaot mm alaigEhter. lie Informed thnn ol tin oecva lty o| agiee inJvii m nt thein t*ek. Sioi lly bed ie lit o'i lock the Jury returned and Inform ad the Judge that they had am cud upun a re,..lei, no I flwfl the nruonerat the bur guilty oi " inur ler " Judge I eon then asked the prieonei it he had anything to aay why the aenteure of den h -hounl u<d te pro uouwerd upen him. 1hop> ta ner raid, " I am not guilty, and that Is all I to ear.'1 1fca Judge then gave the priseaer the u?ual admoni tiow j altci which be aas -entetnod to U hung by t!?o neck until dead, on Friday, l eci intcr 31?t, nest. Tba pitmaicr is twenty eeten yean old, on l w?- born In Irr Haiiii Hi* fktuer aud uxithcr art-both llftog. aud w era la c< wi I when he true sentenced. P< atonal Iffelll^entr. (lifOtnoi Th<-mms Bragg. of N'ortlt 1 ui-ttinui, arrival in Pptermkur*.'. Ve., trti tho vlrt imt'ttt. H(-i* aojouruing at thi te-ddcnce <4 hi" l?ro?!ifr in lav, Mr. Jaiue* f'ath lift, ma? jmrj?u f * remaining in rettrepdrg through rc lair. ABlUffAL* Aith* imtih#f*?Um Rouye?Cayd. Albert Tike. Sew Oricaoa. II. Uu rm, >#? 4 lltveuiiieo. ,OUW>, lion. il. ?;??/, lex*-; - ? . _ _ . . 0 I* *d*, Mnr<h enroll .a, Hon. B Laavfi'. do ; John l?etd. Tei/ia: ?'?l. I*. Pewter, Sv.% Orlrajia; Ret. 21. RlcoU.*. Sew Jer*ey Major Raton, C . 8. A. A? the Inrlu/r liou???i not Ib.-k* hb, Col Rteptee, C. H. Army; Dr. C Frecdlcr, Hdlachli li'i, A. RoWo-xia, lr A. lfmrt, (Hto N*m*. Plutivlclphta; Mto. W itenv-n Mam ; A.tlilil rirk, Uo^ion. R Hall. Mm*. At ihtKi. Nk-hohta? Major A Irudunorto t I/*tii-e|lle: Mr. tirmhnaa. 4u.; A A. raikrr, Buffalo-, A. A\ \r *?>ue. Motion; I?r. Rurtun Mc At tae PDiniu^itbA novae?vhou a h. M. Tmyior and fatr?!y, IflciiO. U. Nfcw^sa, Albany; her. R Humify, 01 CM|.U II. H Bill. l\ R A.. Ki r. ? HliiirtAtf f'toarleeMrv, M. pTMU'fKM. Troy Mktiai, Tl.ladejdMa; firael .rtblh, Men lor or*. Freiw Bnmwn mad ?n.i??oD III aieainalilp Ufrm urn? lUrua van Heron. IVu^daii Mfcift'rr; CLc .mui-r lipcom, . f.Im Porklia, I^pl Kolflti. (Aot BiU|< ''apt I tiro II Allen, t tfw K Wi ollnichnin mvl la l>, Cap Jiuuuruo J>r J? u* Jan <-n n Yclfertnn, Hr IV'h, J A l.'tid't *o"d. il. Mottnu, || * Titnai, W W Vfinlffmu^ry. K Wtjtt ,nj lu ly, i' I.utaugvd lady, Mr linbet and l-tdt Mm Wbtrot Mar -iiiu Pn Mr I hillly.M .lorn* Ki?r.-ran. .VI Juan Apanlto Percd* Mb Baric hVliall. Ml--* lMlmTcr^a. Mr holvUnit, I. Oi tnr, Mr t l.cinK Mr .1 II t'alita-ii Mr llrm knar. K A Hmeertck. Mr Ku aahrl and 'rily, vrr tx-t Bell, II V Mar in, Mr* Ford Mr flow 7or. F Fprtog. lady mad child, A Karhile en and lady, Mr Ku tcnia rf and Indy, Mr II lady, thrc? chlldrcri and nur *; MiaM Klerk' and child. Ml?r? A xJo?rt?*?it^r?r. *-r,pht" , eu lei Mb ik fcoh km uo, Mr* M Kun, I ' n ?r 4 |l< into**/. If ll' Uiemaan M V 7..??m?i a h t'F Ko? ?kjr. .1 ?? chiit jit, .? tj Uorffmtrdc, t? VojiM-rum ?n. F llaio ??. Jomh A W vt fdkc, trkerlaiMi and indy, tinrt rrtfarlieand di. c rliUdrcn, Vr <iiit?crl mod lady. Mr Mmlnotirt. Via* A Ha-'onr, Mr \v r ri??| ai d ncf?be\%. Mr Luonny. Mr Herirand, Mr flhodca, t: H . ai-lli'c, mly and rlUld, Mr AUhoIaa and Indv L Kovreri?nlin, id) it I two eklkireri; Mr* V\ icm and ? Infant* Mra K It It'.irr, Vaster A Hid* r Mr* II i'u> wan <uid i Idid. M KnnCand l.i.i Mr Rn-har'Lon. lady, three- cliillien, ani anrrmn', Mr j Falio-a, Mr Andrew, lady mon rhlW: Mr tllt?h u.id lei v. Mr | fVaiM-aiid lad>, Mra llurtct llai.ird. Mra Kn?rn* R lr? ??!, tllai * < Inri *a and < el i liailarl. Mr fl *tirv. Jwpb and MTni ItMllurd, Mr HI* lArdano and JjmIV. Mo* i Vfarrtna'on. Ml** K IVku hn. Jac HtiiUh, Mrllin jcejuc iU rr>, \ W .la# I <-li I I' \'r a < i :.?!!, It K ii i - i I ?? , .1 i Mra II l?r*iy. Mra <\*Jk% li .Hiui Jt, Mr*'. Tim n i M II Da >Mm tin, M?a* Kali-.lie-, J ran*t tl K! nm t?lhl? r, 1 \ tlltu fc-c', k II Vtelic i}ij?t kiM t '*r, M Hrwk. I*dr, arot four hil t)?< n; Mr A Blarlrotf, two cliildrcti ami -rtrvmmjJ Tculncrarrl oi i child .1 rum nd lady, Mr* It 04i? and two ?-ht? Ircn I' Kl? nl aiwlUdr, K A KbbliutliuUa an I lady, Mia* Mm tcr Fred arof Au -um Khh-r.^lintia, and four <uliln*i?, K' II Kpatir.Ven' and lalv. I. H'?r*i?<i and il>; M i?r? l.oinv (ludlik. and Win Karated*. and 1rc ciiildn-n, A Heine * mtiJ lady. W Krcrumliifr l.vtjr nnd lilld Fr Hereon, lady and ddhl. W lllido>>iand and UJ> Mt * Faiillnc *nd Mi Phmmilncand frmr rliildr? n, W Ii Hi and holy, \lia? Mery and BUI mln?*. Maatcr llan y and or?* . IiiUI, A Ih-rtM-bau*' n, ?l K\*)i r, Mra U '' line* and Imly, Ch-m.-n * m l I..-.-])!? K- ttl, k homharit. ? Fctunan, .1 Van-*. I* lcwdl, il M'?r *< ?? i II .lacotmin, Mr Huge, Mr PofipentHdrvi Mr? M ?hu- i w'i r and t-bi'd. Ml-# ft Da-ch.-l Miaa Opficrmatin. Ml?j M Knwild, M. - KKrotMU* It Murniarl ??. Ml-a II Naiaoc Mr* Ik ticmpp, MBa l? Amdi Mlaa K baiincwald, Vina .I liul'ucr. VI?.^* .# I' ll Hicr. Mica K n* liwartt. Mi - tt rgcr Nhe K Knk.i h, M M ?ra teller. W KniM**, || Htdr Ocld. '# ka#ati*dt. S ?* *h*\ irti. d II flu) i r I ?? ArW licr .1 Ma>m)holt, It (Ircwld II I# H?" kc K II Khrlh Ii. K Han rmiann, (,' Mnffert. C M Hicdol, A *rnnt t .1 Rc>a?r A Ifartml, Ph Hchlttunt Jhruc A .1 F Rcct buacb, Mlw C Dtrchar, II Wa era Von 'llibfi J tintdoerg. K llahlck, lady and ihi-ee* otiildiru. Mr Tirana?'Tnul, JBht. Vmm llacfc, in the *ti-arrolil!i Ariel- Mr Pui<t.iit nrvllafy, Mlu R K Gotintlk, Mr* Hlntorn'-, A?u W^ k. Mr <' l?murenf?, M rn Hniiroer. Mr Aln-.ai, Mr \ M?rf. wl;c, rt,!, 1 md er vaul, Tt.'*? Purmcft (Tin Todd Mr \\ idniay. r, Mi? Bldmaycr. Mi*a A Yi-fiiall. Mra Albert. Mr* ftnmmit Mr* Pava?-I. Mr r Ijh-roll, A Mir A inc. 4iw*tc l*ir?id. Mr >i Mar telle Mr fte ffohay. Mrr I loin;I. on, ? .?i?t 'i I'airon. Mr* Ik--?.?-rih|e. and % hild, Mr liar1 Mr Smtotf, f J?ad>* Yorke Ba?j. Iic\ Mr Un gcr* .1 K Dtimotii and lady. Mr I'aJlle. Mr ll<?ivkirui. Mr V iVwiyn Mr Bt'ronjrn, Mr r IVaiyn, MUa f'r??h>n. Ml? K Opiovn. Mr A Nnoirbnn, C ?? Tn*adwcll and 1. ' or, Mn filAml. K?v A < TkaipMio. H K Wurtwirir. Mr U .rdo i Mra ItaxM-- and tiro? hlid/? n. ' iim* Thmpp ami lady. ft-?'?' WTiM - iticr.tiei II I'reun. Mr Rloi, J Pal'- -on. John K" . o. Wm .-tc\co*. Mr W Mil on, Mr Maim, wife aim child, MrM.it MhaMmt Mi - II* vm; ann and child Mr F.mvocuw and child, Mb* Bonhtv tl- r, 'on fral er. wife and' hlld; Mb \* ??i-'fu*nn, jpn Wort? and v n, ' an Weber, Mm Fl ?drnrtr t?ri I <1 > Mr fiodAura, V Bau-ch, J k*n?-h. Mr Ii M.mtal, Mi Ml T nner, Mra i'ontmn, Mia* ? I* > -ctiMnii, J Marviiln, 1 r? 1 1' Mi^. Mr Hi i i Jacob Iwvt lady mod rntin , Mio fu'l. M ? Honnn i tid child, Mi HahlwIn and la ly. A Pa>?rar, M? Finch?, J b-tr. I.id> and aiatcr. I l./al?r Mr ? i., . ,- 1 ? 1 111 * I ad*( Mr l*tc and lady Mr/ k> arid abocr a M ir ?' I! i Ifa'Mi.lcr, Mr f' P P.iltlard and ia.tv Mr* Pidffig* and ; r Mid, Mi Hal ' a. Mr Ifalto *. J H Noble and lad., Key II M ' Scilt, lady acid ?!*?In drcb. V lloi itmiai. Mr Swlneburn, l?w RBiln. JaoTarua Mr Vine fit. Kcv K V Rngera, Mr rtvan, wife and two children j Kcv Mr M . >1. ;?r arid la-1). Ml* II More-, Mia* M llboo. M!-* MWMt. J Hrmiow, Win-fa vwaj, ioan'1* toirjr.elm /< kiuml. .1 Ja* i*.?n ', Y. -'Im n, IlWiahtdf K Kanmaijn. Mr l.n ir. mr H'-rrhm* ver Mi# f*l lenvc* *r. tt P.? f* ?ttl Mr Ferrd Mi *lelk and wife, v Mayer, ' * I him, P PiMrcl Mr Koch*, A kem, A M* )t:r Mr J Beto it, K leimcr?To al, HW Fntn ("harlcfrton, In t?c au*%m* dp Jam ? Adgar?W II ? ethbert k If rie< k y. H T Vfauin real. ?? tt K>a< I# Pa rr . I'r Met )?r.idian. Kll/flVk, M.^aicr J "ftiCnu/rt, Mwer Me Km-!-and 12 In the ateeraffn. From kavaonnh In the *trun*fjln knot-Ma M ? J \ Kkh"p. Br? l> Haifa. If % f rane I. M fMmr I t flaw'* * and *'*tf*nl. C J MoRIt, Wm <t%tle?-?d fa? e*Ct V.FVa I'canetir, Mra fhitle. Infan'. and wrtin'; Mr? K Ii vlwrK^ MUnWalr.it, \Yt r ce ham. T M 2.??*tlck, O O Martin, Bt ? II i H -rrid . J .1 Hart ?and H in 'h.- %( PBf AirniM. F't-%tani ah in 'he ? A John T? kldf. O T Bc?U-r. Mua lianford, KU Frederick II tMlhert anl - r\%fi*. Ma-'cr and M?** fltit?en, Mr. in, Mr* l?r ?Hkurn, y Lred-, K ti Deonl*. P II W.-^jaa/d. Albert W /v>f. fi 11 Klchola, 1.0 Arao'd, iany an*! tffo ckiMrwfk Y P Pr??e Wlv and tWocnUdrru. ' a(data A Pale*. \ Ty ?f M.a- * 'f noartf noin. Fra K II IfopkliH. frxir cblklren u l acr* aat 'I'*- llo k n*. Mra A N vraler ?< ft and di'MHut, <Ic*?r*e B ar I %*a\ lady, Mlaa Jennie M*et*on Thoma* W fv*ide>n oa-lt aiyl 'wo Hr< ?> W W Wakeina- . Miaa Y. M IVnrttr **. Mba \niai I. Ik/aA Mr* J V Wlferw, Mm A Wl!c,i, M ?* W .t, J Wd.Vrt M x V n Fltaa It -bad M . m , . V . ,t p.*cfc, Bebafl W AMtt'a, .M Oraai and lady % II '"iwlM. t| II Aar. Mr* R \ Wayae. J H Wayne K W M ?? A'at m'-rt Mbe Nor'hr<? Mr* h d AWr ' band two catll/wn Mkaa I K v v ? ? 1 v. . ? V fti i r -? e and en ant Mi.# I'rnfl, K K fakwar A M Taber aavl fr.e-id, II A Kcvtk 'adr ftm# aai i? ? er^riK ? A' A lam*. II II Hume. 1 - May. Mb- W J llobart. .n- ? ha* V. Teny. I? fa l/f, Fdward F ilanmon. William IV'le K MT f>r*ar . md. W I! i-rteh', H* B Heorg' H B tea f. ih '.ol oa v d ?r 4ii' W H Nbirtott, Jr: JVMM BewwBct, ihntnei F ( brio Botdtaar/O? aad AO a ?.er^r. For f">?AfWton per ateamabip Marwm?Ja* F Hmm. Mia?a* t I.Mjo-ar f'tlMpear, I. A Mpear A \ '?jea/, mi A *i ^rf. A t ? t. aa.. A Wt^.ifrk, J M'Ififten Mr nm h. J F Peei^f r i Kdnr l? t lnrrrcM. F Tracer V<ry,' '*??' x a- I , , r I A A *? . .i . tr v m I. ft*' titrviod. ?i MtBa. Baeawel K?i. ? %a?t *hree rioirNi; Miaa Bide, I. H !, H*-?. ^ r Ml ? l ? ? M V N ariAt) If F Ke%nira.??? I, W rkna J i*f n. H Jv ?m, Jaidk F Perk, A IA*'r, khaa A Wobn t W '* (iva, f#ecr Mra N If .wa M? % Wheeler Wtaa I. F M- x#ra Mu. fC M* ?t.?dda Mra Matwflrei. *1 ft KMwarda and lad/ f drho '/ f) W i ui?ftjn*k*?nu, 1 WUwMk K R#. ai?nl. Mr* ? Vde an ? iatyb u r. Mr* Re? 1 aael ch'kf Br - M <1* ?Mn, Mu.F. ?- e M I# F*e k f il fjiaijei II Brown i e TV<?it?e *?, H in 1 B* J? J Ml *?ey, C Arery, i Horn J W hark n, Nwowel IIU ba/ I, % Prad m\, ?? John?**. A Mwr-w, R le?arwt ?? Rod ne ? ^a our. J UtiWi Joka<arbe. tbarg# M*<rt 'h"o M irr*y, Mrl'jdd J I- (krrna, MkaMfrr- ' W (If r?a, F t y?w?, i U rtoaiey. H a raiera. *. a |.o r. fleer-mad ht in the -ee-raie For K ? in ibf #'raw^ K iaiaw^eae^Jdwi P Bo W (j,,, t rjir n I? W I * , J ?.A And r ' d'h 1? -o '1 bm--frwa M-? ft , ? u- ? djMBk W?~BeiBwa MFerta'iaaHctr w - I ltd M4y I A Ml Mn ?) l*d/? M#? o M?*-d M- ? F - #r are fUoabier M - n ilMpa. Mftp J C Y<~m*e Mta* reek me ilk Hmtrr OB Haainaa L Namk tl ?whA Milid OrHh V ?a C T HdkTl MaBtt acd two rk 1r*i Mm ' ?'P fW U1 a* mitfe-lou* In(*Ul(ta?r> Rrcfcaor Bltchorck, of tln> Colon ThaoiaftaU will prinrb in the North I'rvwbyVerUn church, Thirty ?rccud bctwtx o Eighth and Ninth Avenuei, Ihl* etenfi.g. AFTOlvrMXKTfl OF THK FKOTKS4TANT EFf?ror*L BfNHor. To-d?y at Wi.pp.ngti'a CNrek ; Friday, it Cold ;n-< .. I Sunday, Nor. 4, nl'ornotu ut I'uanc-burtr ccolng at Schtnvetady. OIlDINATIONb. Mr. Waller I-'raar, a gialuau of the New York Colon Theolng! *al .-culinary, war unUaod a mink ter of th* Con(?l on the 17>b Inat., at Truniaaaburg N. V , t> ? .? Rrocbytvry of Ithaca. Mr. Knar I- under c on nU.ii.n of the American H' me MUnuuinry Society to |>kcc?1 to ('a Morula, a? hi* field of labor Mr. (liar ?? Hammond, principal of the I.a error ? ra di mr. (.roton, Mae? . war oiduimd a- an arnog . by the (i'Ueorlation of T'd'end, Ct., On the 1'IU. invitation*. Rev. Dr. tiodg*, of RiOokiyn, hav arMp ?I a ca'l *r >ui the booth ltapti-i church. (hinuoy atrae i In N *? < N. and will cnU?r upon hi- pectoral du I ? to toe | t of Not* mbei un-ulug Rev. t.'aorge R. I>arrow, of Rruvidruco, K I , lia> ac ceptrd an Invitation to be rose the put-.r of the Na i k Repti.it church, and trill eonint nae hi* labor' there in atont ?wo week*. Rev. J J. Brayton, of ClilUtn Spring*. N. Y., ba? re* reived and accepted an int Itatiou In N c >tac the paib>r of the I'nlvf a a liftt Society In Uiait-nte Man. lUv. I'. I' Winn, oflajwrll. lift. accepted tin* imitation of the Second Hnptlit Society in -?l> m. Rn-ut to he ? 'fne 'heir patter, and will aaautne lite dutlpi linin*-JI?lily. Rtv. I". W. Strait, ifltockport N. Y? ha< ac*ep*e.l the Invitation to bei*onae pa.tor ot the Kr>e Wl llaptltt church id il an die* ter, N. If The Rev. W. D Harlow baa accepted the charge of the church of the Holy Trinity, Naafcrilt* Teuoe-aee llie Rev. K J. Stewart, hi'e of kuiann I church, New port, It I., bur 111 cou'cd ? call lo Hi. I nul a church, Kiiur beotgecounty, Virginia. The Rev Nathaniel 0. Rreaton. rector of the chotrh of the mourn In'; n, New 'Me?n? bar ie<ept<*c * nil to (be recturahip ot the Church of lhu Nativity, I'liiUl*: j tun. l'.< v, 7. Eddy, ( f Waraaa , N. Y., hii- accepted a cull fr in the r< tigregMUoaai church ot (tii tni.igoam, Ct , and haa alrwuly c ?tiiiuinn* t b ? Ubora in the lat er place. A ecuce|)Oiid?nt <?( th. Conor piti nilli-t from <1*1 burg 111,, aaye that the Ki r. Ur. l-lward Itereber It to l a called lo II e paeloral charge cf th Congregational church in i:? moirg. R.rr. A. K. Strong, of Manllu*. V k., h? accepted n call to the I rcebytei inn church in Mi nut*. Mich Rev. Mai tl* Vtnor, if IVercou. N. J., ha* lien called to the Congregational church in Weetminirter, Mar , INHTAI.I.ATIhNH. On the I-t N'.viiuhor, 'In h*v. I.yman Whiting will to inelaJltd ?? jaatnr of the new North churcu In I'on mouth, N 11. Rev. Charlf* J. lluUUin- waa in?t?iled pa-tor of th. I real*/lei Ian cbu> th at I ork, i'a , on the loth iu-t. I.'i-v C. 1'iekard ?n? tnet*.iii-l pnator if the Coo grrgath na! thu cU at J*wtb Mid"Jehoro', Mar*., U.t ? ?V. iirflo.vaT'ovo R'V A. SI. ("evert he i re igned hi* paatornte of thd 1 itrt Hefoiturd i'rt ?t") lerlftti hurih in Chi *ago. l.ev. I!. H Na?li liar re. igi.ed the <hurgi of .St. I'blllb'a rhurih, Ciicleiiile, "hio, and accepted u c-tU to Trluiti c lin ch, Aurora, lilbtola. * Rev A. Crocler, ,lr., lat rc-lgi ?<! lua cltarge at Cat** \ Inrout N Y. Rt v I? fi V illary ha> rt?igrie,l the care of the Nfiby trriaa eot gnguil hi in Woodatoek. Ky. to take eharge of an atailruiy ?t i'ot'aloan. Ra. Rev. K. II. f ic.tri hill reargued the cl.argi of t'.? Win*, to* ciiuirb In Taunton. Ma--., nnd uecepoul a call Ironi a t cLgiryaticiial church in Ifuiury. III. UFtTltft IN THK tttMKTKr. Riv .'nine.. Nutter, a Method!*' Ureal p?< aclwr died at Ntwlnfon, N. II ou the lt*th iuat. aged edymra. i tv. .lyliii J. Ti i pie, fcaator ot the Hapttod chnrrh at K*i.aiie?ieie?, N. Y , dlt-1 on the lStb ln?t., agad HA year* it **. rumoieu la l itt-hurg. i'n., that tl>? R< v. lltn I it*. | n?t< r i f the I* li *d4A*-0' inte I'rcahj lei Ian rh cm in I] at etty, w*a 'lead. He reaigucd hi* i liftrge on account of ill in aiib. and went Wert, lie wn? tnki nwltb the 1,? ph of)3 ( vc nt ( ihwlor'l*4> illu I'-wa, Hfi<l Hftira borl iiinon <lir?!. SEW CHl'RCIIKfl. 7"h?' M 1 rburfh ?? I>r?k?t#t<niri, M' rrio countj. V. .T,t ^JU |# on A Vrv t*\ti ifon church U about to bccroeiCf! in Houth ft fgtfit N. J. A new *y i* to he i?vcrt*?i in "t. Ijjiii* bjr (bo iiH'tut?f the i uitoJ lli icw congrfgmtioi). A la v Hit* l'r< *liyttiiin church in ^urauiiiih, ? p r.w| fi-r th?* fliFt time on -iinihij, tho 21*t in t. Tt i Niuth c)<urch ^ ]N?rt*n?i nth. N It v?tl) lw ?I ftuHftt te rcllgiou" M-rvtor* ou 1hur*<laj after leooti, Nor. |. ll.o ?U iUcu'i* i? of the I I* t I*. t?jrlc i?i) rhiii b iuHt. JrOU'*, took i !??? oi? run<iur *h? *1?t Ti c l*?c I yu ?inn churcb *n<1 .-?o? l?tv, hi f * t lb aton. t f. vc n v n*rn "I ff.t? < rc* ?|on of n n? ?r t -??h cdihn n j ) r cot ti of Mcrhllan aiitl I lvfr; tKil <?!f*. Ttu buil t- t irig I* t*> In* of w#<yt, oi th- roruatnr |Uo at^s h- f m< laucr | fur**. A in w I'sih llc ?)mi t h wi? c??u*. iu ftr???)??! II I., on the'.l*t by I'.Uhop O'Rrillt'jr. Hif tlwtifjitlcm < f the in'* ?hnr? h. r?c<>n?ly cr?-< tol in I'iiml'i'be ConnfJ, Vi,. will tnki*|?Iiv< i ??n -iun Oaf, iliij ol .November. Ihe I "bnrch of the l>arufi li*t??. at the r ?rncr ot tllf , tVbarfti) ?trcct*tt I'hiU il|bii. \* to the olfflcc not bring ?uflicU utt* hrg' t/? acoiufMhit? 'be < gifga'lort, ari'i a near < ne t* to ho oierU^I ou the north - de of t/athgrlbe atreet, h#ta?-^n ) ?enth afcl I Jgh h HIHCkf LANrnt ^. r> r. A. T. WtHxh ut t'h h? ? engage*! to th? I ?? -h> U tltiu ' hurch iii l'4iuU":'<if? Ne? V' k. lb ? AehlnHni- hie taken rha;g?- <if the O t?gr n fil chuichjn N* vr York. The I'.lrh' j of Vevr .????-ej he'd hi ft' n ial Ti*it?%*i n and continuation lu *<tu c 1 "ho' h. N wa?kfc n the .bl lii?t. Aft?*r the i.auaJ in rtiiog |*ravri- were aid hjr the He?. M? p#m. of Now Vork, mid W illlaif)*. M , t|i#* cbiMr* n 'f tte jarlfh acre rate* hl?ed by (h< ro-l ir ami Biaiti fi?'l by th? I l-h"f?. Tire lliabop f?fi?clvo?i fr- i t Jerewilah nil: <C-', ami af'erward* foolirn d ?ught ja u na, making eist* ?-n f hi* O fn rmnton Waa tfwn ?)!iitoi*tef*d t? the hfllfnrtwg of the ? I**rg) ? IfcerK f'"*? York, J*,tj;)a , Will ifo-, eainjf ?Mv<>dw1n, tt*etw*?d M?y?ra. Ilen lat ft i<??hnn -m|sh and Milh tt, and a U ft'' nuf?i' ? ' f the Uliy. On TliUi" ay the !n*h iw*t , th' V(#>*t lh r t' b'n h?t|? Hngb"W adfoiui'tcr* <) 1J0 md i i in' at ol e?u?*ir?iia I'll t" ?i c hundn-d and thirty j>+rr n* at .YaUrity Cbireb < ootid Bf< nuo? i iithoji I'otter in hr" droc 'an repf?rt ' * th;?f the I'cv Vfr Walker, ahogaae ?* < ?flt'w ? h>' h ? i'"%y of tb? girl who, tff'h? r with her lo%*r r"ii?oiitte<l ? i ride in Itnoklyn m ine time *in*c *a? - illH to i.er<#tiuf# aud in%?:e a?m?le r tnlee-'lon for that aerkrua air ?* A rr?rr?^jfin''et?t ??f the IV-*on 7o?<r??o/, witirig fr tn / r berrt V? a . gh? * in * r unt ot the o diim k'n t r. iHifiiel I lire, in he t'ollege ' hapei ?? ntl* ? ary to yrUk. If WtMefhrllffe 'fill '?y. f-rr-itlt lat 'Ire ?????? < a* hlr ir.ation "f the can !i ?ate. ?m a? hl? we'? ?f th "'!<| tebool} ' and tb# c, n-li-Ute'v tie'-a of the 1 utm f ? examination f . . th* whole day. f" W flu4 n? the t>* vio( Uweaaaril did rt?*l accord with ti* ? *??, re-lgoed tie chair ami went b*>mc although he had lre? n ? h ?e#? Ut f h tiM* of?ir nntion *??"?. Hii* duty wa? very ? My p> rforn* rd by I'er frr. -t*-arna, of Awlkeref (>?IJage fU t I'r Win Wi.ner ?A 'hi- cttf pnarbet In the f if fit I'reehytcrhktt cburcb in oti the glat in** |(ef. H'e|btni I'lilry <4 I'ialnfleid . anf tf* I otii/? Miley o' \ tb ?rrrp' ?n, Maae., fwNrrt'd ow t e '/Mh ii??t. in the rlrAg'"b, ? apt Majo frtn fl o n f? r ? aje Town V? >")f? tb* euUtion *4 the Arnobng Itoard Mrii"r.g tfce Zulu*. (oitlRllt?d Detrgft, n D to rnr. *r?!Ton oi thk agngtrh Ibi* y ng pbjr*ietan aa t ekllf il eufgr >n, wh re 'ently returned from tbw Pu*eian eguip at v %?t"poi, hid# fair to te*eorun a bright ?'*# and o-, n*ro fit * * pr#/e?ai#*n whtfh be ha? cb ?fi. lb* la >jf J ? ? b 1 *c#?f, borB and r*4?ed In the Hty >4 (IjitnVei - f afdinn, where b#^ ha* rufia] up to1 bet i1t- hr l<'t th e#entry for N?*?ia At an early age k#?t? ojy tbe rtligi' a* belief of b?* . o am! a T i ? tkitfN 'rf the ffMrfw ? nfev.'dna ? ? Nth* tl* brrw enetom* for dejnrture tr m I ? 'a!tv It *b f4 eighteen or nineteen h# now ' e ! t' d r !/ f n^'-i riN till cf cf the gift phyU ? ? ?? and 'wo tfr three year* a/*rr grad . *'^! ?? '.h? Be-I^af ? of *? In that city 4ur ng wh.'h tJov Vy h ? ar'^iil y ? f manner and kind dtepvdf ori It# father* I a' nd Mm a ho?t of friend* ami * , ?oaf? r #i *h wti| vr ti' oely await kir rwtim ** hi-4 oa re pia y* ytoon after be frwtwate>I ?ir! iwr rw1 !<. ? )' |?! e? rrn.er.'ed pfiT'idni ia Obarlnaf ? tMv l In a ^ewfrvra tit ly thnrt tlM he had a rr%rib*+ a^nni aJwavwt In any pkok'aii ifl tb?t ?#fy Hot 'tudwt/e *%t Uw Hviiw I ? ?4?kt Ior h?* ?whtk** and trtwa th# ' rC'iraiu ?a# **?#?< rmngd hr o-A .dekaUg '4 'he o?t ortnntty It %0>tr4b\ f.hn to paCie h? prmwloa le 'hHertninm! *>n ) f u Ing the w-edl al ?*?* *4 'he Rdwha army, and with 'kit T .w applied to hi* friend Aiken tbl /UgH ?),(* ffityoKha he fwdret th apfr <u'*nwot a* 4 .r f 9i it tlf * ?ehil l^ha-f* 4 wWn he ha< \**n an i t# at<ne?# to aH the ww*et#'it? the 'eC.f ?*#< a'ra.tr# ?'#?? Mer#h W?t op u? the time 'A oi* V -#e I # mmvnirale then lew parti# iar* to- mr * Wf in 'tor n one wi?h wham I k?w htoMI a-^*intrad an I thtw 'aienta i highly apprwe ate il 4 I* hvw TvUf tM i/ IU4 fray, ha? h* Vto ?'nfpanf f"^ tnf* rdn inalng Vge-brr, s U ARKIfiL OF TH1 HERim LM) \RIKL ORE SAY LATER FROM EUROPE Lateet Financial Intelligence from Loa don and Pari*, and Vienna. TEN THOUSAND FRENCH TROOPS BEFORE ODESSA. Reported Popular Outbreak in Mleily. RAHUL'S OF CHOLERA IS ITALY, no Haw HovEuurr n tul niuut*. The Stood Do? tlHMion to br Settled. a c., 4c., 4c. Tha Caiti4Kt?tN mail nktwklp Ikr.Hkiii, Mg gii.?. arrfrod ywlarday mvraimg from It. rmrn mi t Wtb anpton, o.lb two bunded watt ninety iwnwip a and a full ?i|u. Tha Uaionaa MX Ik Ult?r port ou tha lota Iwd.. an bar n?r. boa b? . n anlloipwl.-d bjr tha arrival arf tbt Ali Ica I ba aipenaacad nij aerara oawUirr oa Ik pa? ? ? Iff Ani..|>K bar p A*?ai>|fri * war* liar '? tub (JarwdA, I'ru.Un Mtniatrr (be?aJi*r lloarb hpencar, Uilgtan Mli.ialai, ami Mi. tt i.i. Ih' mpa.n, lamer of d. >po'cb? fx.in Iba An.ar.-ao Uratem la I Otrdori to W to M ha too. Tba atmm hip Altai, ('Apt. U'Cnrt, bob tigtng to tha VandaiUlt lira of .trainable, a.ao arrived lad n al witb one liutaliml aih! alsta nine pnaaenffev* ?ud A rait al.la rnrfpii f rrrurh an.) f n?ll h inar. handler. Tha Anal ?allrd (roii. llkTio oa the in .ruing oftba Itlb toet., aud arrivad ofl Cotraa on Iba araaniA of '.bat dap. Hy her we rerrlve rr j.iaa of the amend edition oflhr 7Va>.< newapaper, ablili pWcaa u? in tba i? .i<4m t nawe lirm a'l part* of I in..p. oi*i daf latai 'Kan lb it ta rnro-1 |.y tha Atrir* Ilia I Jin! n mi My mai'.at, repotted at II e'tdodk mi ruing ol t-atuxlvy, lJtt ? laetoat, waa:?< .sanli far monay, B7li to H7 fi i amount Sib Novern'.o*, B7J^ to *<? 1he 1'renrh thx |?rcan'? clt ad i.n l.'h laatint ad (If. 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