NKtV YORK HERALD. iDirvm AMD rKormrroft. 9 mn i. v. somna or liiuo in miOM m WtHMS, tn'fi m WMMI, HI DAD > ttER.tLD.t*?*9* op*. Wlfr mm *l? WEt-KL 1 HKKaLD. ?try Baturduy, <*6>* emUipm , ?r f-/ ujmw. t*' Entruvmm ?Muk, (4 par umhmm. M ?Mr pu<( ?/ GrwW brUMm, crltki any part V ?A? Uwlxwt, Mp ip ixwiniH TW.lST.iRr CORRESPONDENCE, muatmni import nUtriU*i_rrtnn tiny yu* trier v/ Ulf world?V w<J tC'U hr aill, pout for. H"l)Dh Kl UKI0S COBBB*reJIDIH1? A?B TUWLAIU.Y Kl40UtTIU> TO >-*AJL 1U LBTTBJIJI 4KB FaOB S*!?T OS /OK PRJNTINQ extnUai uU\ uatnw, cJuayiu? and dn* 0mm. NO NOTICE (ni? o/ aaunymou* onMUMinahoM. If< Jo M frturn tfUMf rrjrrietl ADVERTISEMENTS rtnevtd ev*ry day. ZZZj*m^W7 A m'HKMK.fTH THIS KVEJUJIQ. jMHjO'S OASDKM, Broadway?Gbbkab Orui-Mautua BOVIHT THRATBK, Bowery-Uahlbt?Laxt Millbb TON B IfHW THKATHK. HreMwmy, oppeet* Bond et run Scajidai.-Tu a Wbiijc* a*? thb Bbovms. ?VRTC auuuL WALLACE'S THK.vTRK, Broadway? HAKLBT? Jkut. OBAJTBKRS STRUCT THKATRK. OM BurUJB'W?The or Oujicoi- Slatb Uohdouii ? Jocko. till CMl) AJtCRlCAN MU8KU*, BroMWV aari Eranrnf?I'ntD. bmadwai vamktirr, ca Broadway?the Fuws " ?.??- ) UB Ikisu Bbooh bambh. 4M OHKISTT k WOOD'S MIN9TRKLS, 444 Broad way Mmjtuji f aw?nn?? Warro. ?OCKT.KV'S 8ERKNADKR8, ut Broadway-Brawna* Mmuui-li. Tkotatobb. ??w York, Satorday, OeMbcr 45. 1856. The New*. Official returns from all the counties in Penn ?phrania bave been received. They give a democratic Muyonty of '2,774. The following comparative state Mat of the numLer of votes cant in that State at the last and previous elections is suggestive :? 1mm vote m lMfS 422,994 fetal vole in 1866 826 370 ktorvapc In <ne Tear 97,724 la the Legislature the demo rate have a majority pt three on joint ballot. It has been satisfactorily ascertained that outra geous frauds were perpetrated in Indiana daring tbe rece-ut Ktruegle, and the republicans have deter ?intd to contest the election. The vote in the Minth and Eleventh Congressional districts is larger hy twelve thousand than in 1*54, indicating an i | ?re as. ol the population of the State of more than ? quarter of a million in two years. We publish in to-day's paper another budget cf political intelligence, comprising letters irom unr correspondents containing important Informal | relative to the position of affairs in Pennsylvania the -tuttineute of Messrs. Sanderson and (iibboas, the respective champions of the Fillmore and Pre. ?tout committees in Philadelphia, explanatory of ths eharges glowing oat of the recent election; to gether with several extracts trom the Southern press ?po i seceesi m from the Union and the slavery question: all of which are very interesting, f worthy of attentive perusal by politicians of patttir, and may also lie iead with profit by person* ef bo party, if such there be in these exciting timer} Tie s.eamahip Hermann arrived yesterday more lag from Southampton, with European advices to * | Mh inst. The commercial and financial news i f| been anticipated by the late arrivals at (Quebec, Pin ladeiphia and Halifax. An official report to < fe Km| ? ror Napoleon on the French budget for tue jrear lc57, which will be found in oar columns, had Attracted great attention in Earope, and the ne | ??port of the Bank of Prance was looked for w 1 interne interest. The French Emperor had add e*> 4 a letter of advice to the Queen of Spain, in which he suggests to her Majesty a course of exeeuti | retain, some of tbe ;>oinU of which he is very slow te practise himself. Tbe report of (Tommiasion J Oorwint to our government on tbe late massacre t Vanaa.a.and the nmedy?occupation of thelitis ?us?which be suggested, caused a profoutd ?en*atiou in England. Tbe United States frigate Herri mac was still at Southampton. In Italy poli tical afiau-M were in a very disturbed condition, but the allied demonstration against the King of Naples ?eeuicd to bang back. We are pleantd to learn that tbe steamer Franc | Aiago. the piotecr of ? new line of itteamainps ? | trtliiilied by a Kren h company, under authority <f the Frtiuh governm* ut, leit Havre for New Orient* on the .10ult. Sbc waa foil of freigbt, and b*d a list of seventy three pa .ne.iger*. TLi? Hue is to ran ?egulariy between Havre and New < irleans. stepping ?I s< me of the Fiench West India Inlands. A letter fmm Got. Geary. of Kansas. dtled 1 Jfch Mutant, announces tbe restoration of peace in that Territory. lie say* th* for two week* no outrage* have tx ? ? leported. and that many of the m<Mt n j torxiii* thaiuctcts have left the country, lie itdl* that he will shortly proceed with a small I'oroe in pun>uit i f a pang oi thieves in tbe Huntbcrn portion of tbe Territory. TLe New Orleans Drtta, af the 1-tb inrt., states tftuAt Ui? ]>: j) -.tion of Commodore V^aderlult t> tb? O^elou.taa lailroad Company K.n been accept* <l by the .irectore, and an efti< i nt and regular line of l&jclaes ?tcam*r* will ?<ion (oniwnri runmu. fkom Berwick'* lay to Galveston and Matagord.i, iu MBi.it >i with tl.e ra lioad i!.uh shortening tli dt-tance twentj four b< nr?, or about ne-half, l*? twten New Orleans and rexa*. It is exp? ted th?t a u>i.tract for tarrying the mail will be given to tbe new lite. Ti e brtti beomet greatly elated ov r Mais bit of enterprise, and 'li~ our*e? eloquently ?bout pn serving the equilibrium of trade between New Orle-.ns and New York an<J ?titer Kottteta Cities. It is al?o slightl) ?tdignsnt, as well as hopeful, as tb following will ?h< w:? "fhis line once estal. bbed and succe?< fully ran. with the encouragement and patronage of ?or merchsnu and monejed men. there in little deobt but U w <uld lie Mlo eed by one to Hra/.o* Santiago, t> Tampi o, and in due time toTehnant ? pec to wbich the hand of de?tiny point* as the gnat interoceanic route on this continent, let the Tehuante ptc transit be once put in operation, and it will t>e by far tbe sh<irtest route for mails and psss< rger* to and fmm California, and there is no mason wk> the California mail" should not bo re ceived ss well a* m.-vte up In tbis city. The pr.*e ttce of sending them by, and uking our own letter* and papers to New York, has tssen aa insult *?> well an an injury. For not only hu the Californii and Mexican l-mle n beea Uk- n by our do?rs and ?eier brought back. but our letters?important in legard to business, or precious at gentle tokens of tnen?)?hip or aOoction have aleo l?een ofu?n com pelled to make a Northern tour l*fore they were al <w?-d t/. re '?h their destination. ^11 this should be reformed, and the sooner the lietter.' We jive el-ewhire a r-mme of tbe Wall street, transactions of Ch-n IS Huntington, now incar< e rated in the T..mlis for extensive forgeries. The wiunner In win. Ii he o: Uir.ei and in which he ?f?ent money is interesting. Mr. A.F. I^eofiard, ? democrat and editor of the Norfolk Argu? recently invited Mr. C. W. Mnr daoRh. of Portsmouth, Va., a Fillmore man, to mor tal combat, tut by a sort of Pickwl kian explana tion the matter was subseqnently adjusted to tbe satisfaction of all parties. ThU, tbe latest aff.?ir of honor, spnmg from some olije.-tkwmble exprewnon* employed by both parties in animadverting npoo the Fremont pole and Imnner raising joke [>er|?etr.?t ed at Portsmouth the other day. There was a somewhat be'ler tine exhibited in tbe cotton market yeeterday, ?nd the sales renc.hc<l abont ?00 a W*> bales, based npon qn-itatl nn giren In another cMM Flour was lieavy, aiih mod* sate sales, and the market closed at a decline of abont ,$c. a 10c. per barrel, especially for common aad medium grades. Wheat waa inactive, while fik0< were n>M banged. Corn sold to ? moderate extent at6Wc. a 69c. Port waa heavy and easier, with sales of mesa at $20 T6 a $21, while priaM was at $18 37 a 118 60 Sugar* were again More active and firm. The sales embraced 3,000 boxen, 2,100 of which were purchased by one refinery, at ?Jc., and 900 do. Bold at 9Jc., and 2,000 a 2,600 hhda. were sold, including a few hundred Porto Rico, and the remainder, Cnba muscovado*, at prices given in another column. Coffee was quiet. Grain freights to Liverpool were rather easier, with moderate en gagement*, at prices ranging from 8Jd. a 94<L, in bulk and bags. Vh? Controversy kbo*t FrenMnt'i Religion? Conspiracy bctirMn ArckMihop Haghc* and Senator Brook*. Perhaps the most extraordinary of the many extraordinary features of the pending canvasH, is the virulence and heat with which a religious, or an apparently religious question?respecting the private faith of Colonel Fremont?has been dragged into the general controversy. We say it is an extraordinary feature; for assuredly if there were any mischief, any popular fallacy of ? lden time of which we bad a right to deem our selves cured, it was that of interference with re ligious creeds. After all the years that Soger Williams has now been lying in his unknown grave, we had the right to think that in this coun try at least there would be no more question about creeds, no more inquisitorial catechisms on doctrine, no more good and true men persecuted and reviled because they chose to seek Heaven in their own way, whatever that way was. And now, full two centuries after the ftrst enunciation of liberty of conscience in America, we conic to discover that ail our work is in vain, all our pro gress a lie, all our hopes a delusion; that re ligious intolerance thrives as rankly as ever among us, and that if men are no longer burnt at the stake on account of their religious opinions, it is not for the want of the spirit which lit the tires of the martyrs. We mean, of course, to allude, with what shame and sorrow befit the case, to the persecu tion which has been aroused against Col. Fremont by the Roman Catholic Archbishop. John Hughes, and the Protestant Senator, Krastus Brooks. These two men?the antipodes of each other? the one ruling his church wisely, but expressing to the world through his newspaper sentiments and doctrines which might have suited the atmos phere of the fifteenth century, but are absolutely idiotic to day?the other, on the surface (of the inner man we speak not) a rabid Protestant, bowling eternally about Jesuits, and crosses, and Papal despotisms, and foreign potentates, mean ing the poor okl Pope, and reviving, like the Archbishop, the nonsenical bigotry of the mid dle ages : these two men, we say, for what pur pose they know best, are now united in a sort of Crusade aguiur-t Colonel Fremont, and are labor ing with a unity worthy of the contrast b ;tween tlnm. to arou*- the meanest feelings of the more ignorant Protestants of the country villages against his Presidential candidature. What may be the Ijond of union between them, we do not pretend to say ; it is known that Erastus Brooks was pulled into notoriety by the kindly condescen sion of the Archbishop, yet no one ever knew why John Hughes went out of his way thus to make Brooks: the present case is another mys tery of the hum kind. All that we know and can -alt ly say is that the pair want to defeat Fre mont. and are unit d in trumping up false stories, and spreading mean calumnies about him and Ids i "ligion, in order to influence Protestant vo'ea Their tactics differ. Brooks, with the brutal coarseness of hi* nature, sits down and writes a lie over his own signature ; prie* into the bed room. the closet, the family Bible, the ancestral blots of Colonel Fremont ; never blushes or hesi tates. but does his dirty work openly, rather piquing himself on it than otherwise; and when all New York is holding its nose at the feV low h approach, complbcently write* that mne r?p? c table men Lave calb-d hiin a "blackguard," H Vtn "a liar," and a full score have desired to *>e him kicked. I lushes, on the contrary, it your true Jesuit. On the face of him. be is a port of modern 8t Peter, in Irish binding. II* has not a fault about bim. He only bear* of the flection accid* ntally in the conrse of coaveraa tion, when wme r<ne 1.11- him that bin black rn.^ Friday alias McMaster has been doing a little campaign perjury. The pious Archbishop is thflCbi He reprimands MoMa^ter; tells h.ra that he cannot, will not, approve such very gross perjury, and writ"-* to one of the heavy papers down town to ^ay that false oaths ar<' not exactly in his archi< pi-copal line, and will peo ple be good enough to take notice, and not blam him for the ain* of poor Friday? But. mark you, bin Grace stops here. He reproves Fri lay with a touching sorrow, but be doc* not stop his mouth. On the contrary, fresh from tbe archiepiacopal presence. Friday peijur-s himself more desp ? mtely than ever. We hare no doubt tbe good Arrhbifthop rul* hi* hands piously, and is fhorked again; but no word from bim hid* Friday bold that lying tongue of bit Wha*. '!wn ? shall we *pare his Grace ? Heaven forbid! With all his coarsened, we had far rather bare tbe straightforward burglarious course of Brook* than tbe sneaking pickpocket calumnies of the Anbbi^hop. uttered through the mouth and over the name of this miserable man Friday. Rut the pair of them are only wortb noticing as tj pes of aberiation of intellect. Drive them to tbe wall and tbey both collapse like that great gun of the democracy?whom by the way we re gret to see deserted by the fatly Nmm and the Journal of Commerce Mr. Means, of Fort Coving ton, who had tbe good fortune to discover that Fremont was born in Canada, ami was bandied in connection with that discovery by the II in. Mr. Mamn. of Montreal, in a way that will be likely to rrprew his letter writing propensities for tb" future. We call upon Senator Brooka and his ally tbe Archbishop for the production of the witnessess they have appealed to. Let tbem pro duce Mrs. Cummiog* if they dare I Let tbem produce tbe groomsman, if tbey dare ! or do they dread tbe fate of Means? Thk War os Mayor Wood.?Oar am'abie co temporaries of tbe TrJ*m* cannot get over their hostility to Mayor Wood. They are continually harping on that string. It Is a little singular, however, that tbe particular act for which tbe Mayor is thus opposed was the result of a letter, in white and black, from the principal Tn'mne philosopher himself. This is a strange (It of io consistency on tbe part of the philosopher against tbe Mayor. There Is something mys terious about it We Rhould like to see that fetter, nnder which the only appointment abso lutely at tbe discretion of tbe Mayor was deter mined in favor of the philosopher's vicsrs. I < ilnps, however, the real policy of rmr philoso phers. in their opposition to Mayor Wood, may be to aid in hie r?5-e|e?-tion. upon the theory that the people of tbi* city uniformly go contrary to th* advice of the Tt,fmnt in reference to Corporation affair*; and according to that sound old maiim that one good turn deserves another.'' Opening ok Negotiations fob the Establish ment of Italian Opera.?We understand that negotiations have been commenced tor the re establishment of Italian Opera at the Academy of Music, onder new auspices. The recent con troversy, leading to some ugly personalities be tween the directors and Max Maretzek, has left on irreconcileable feud between the parties, and has broken oft' any attempts that might have been made to reinstate the oid mpmario, Max. On the other hand, we leant that a number of ambi- ; trau* musical personages, anxious to distinguish themselves in Opera management, have taken the field within the past few days, and commenced negotiations with the directors for the opening of the Academy under a new direction. Among these personages fe Mr. Strakosch, who, in combi nation with several astute Hebrews who have "de monish," has been endeavoring to Btrike a bargain for the letwe of the Academy. Mr. Strakosch has under engagement at present a very good eoncert company, with Parodi as the prima donna, that noble Roman, Tiberini, as the tenor. Bernardi and Morino, excellent baritones. He only want* a basso and a prima donna compri nutria to make up a very respectable troupe. Some months since another distinguished indi- j vidual, Mr. Fry, proposed to Strakosch that their forces should be united, and thus make a team, including Strakosch as the musical director, Ed ward P. Fry as the financial manager, and Wil liam H. Fry, who is now in the country making bad speeches for Fremont, as the composer, to furnibh original American Operas. These three distinguished individuals?for they have been notorious or distinguished, which is about the same thing, in operatic matters?have ccrtain merits and certain demerits ; but altogether, it wonld be only just to give them a good start and a fair trial for the ensuing season. We certainly have no reason to think very highly of either of these remarkable personages, but we shall not be wanting in magnanimity, and we sincerely trust that they have profited by their former experiences, and that they will display capacity, talent, sugar city and genius as managers of the Italian Opera. Mr Strakosch has great merit as a musician, but is vei satile and unreliable as a man. It is pro bable, however, that with two or three distin guished Hebrews with " de monit-h" at his back, he will make a pretty good manager for the or chestra, the chorus, the press, the ballet girls and other elements considered necessary for the suc cess of the Opera. Mr. E P. Fry was in former days rather vain of his oratorical abilities, and made too many speeches before the curta'.n and behind the scents, but we have the authority of Mr. Hackett?the Baron, we mean?that he was a very good financier, keepiDg his books fair and square. It is possible that h<" has learned wisdom in the dtar t-chool ot experience, aud that he may be gnatly improved. The third member of this urcat trio is Mr. William II. Fry. the famous mu sical composer. He once had an opera called ??Lcontra," which was played to admiring bonces in Philadelphia, but whieh was severely | criticised by the journals of the day. There is no harm in giving the ma? stro another chance to display his musical genius aud his power as a composer. We are ptrfectly willing that the ex periment should be tried. Mr. Fry must, how ever, be more judicious in his mu?ic than he i n his politics. One thing more. If Mr. Phalen and his coad jutors resolve to place the Acad1 my under the tcmporaiy direction ol the prison* above namtd. we stipulate for the ?ntire freedom of the pre** in operatic criticism, without the fear of libel suits. If there aic any quarrels between ihe managers and the artists, aud the press takes rides with the unfortunate singer, and against the manager, we demand that its right to speak freely on the subject shall not b> in frii/gtd. With this understanding we ar?p t fectly willing that the Academy should pas? into the hand* of this combination and if Mr. Phi Jen intends to make an arrangement with them, w? hope it will be done at once. We are all dyiug tor the Optra, and must have it under some di rection or other. We tru.-t that Strakosch aud Company will avoid all the rock and snags, and come out with fiying colors aud plenty of " de monish.*' Thk CnvnrrwN ok tiik Grkat Covnji r.- ' During the remaining low day* to the fourth ?>! November the principal work to b? done by the ?'?vi ral parties in the Held devolve* upon the per m?ual efforts of the m nit* rs of each party among tbeir l< lUm-oHlwofl, in every Suite, county, city, town. village. K-bool district and hainlet in the Uuion. Public meeting*. proc- ariao*, n< ffsp&per irtkkn, stump speeches, docuim uls. pamphlet", Ac . are now anncoesnary. and a wt>teful "xpen diture of lime, labor and money. Th< argument on all side* it cioscd. All that can now b ? don> must be done by personal effort! arnon4 the people; 1 y proper precaution* for a p1< r.tlfnl supply of genuine ticket*: i?y prop?r m?rrore* against spur! mm tickets. ap? riou* voters" ai.d ballot stuffing; by lib nd ar rang<m*nta for invalid and f>oor votor* wbo can not well afford to low Uv- expen- -< of a day in attending tbe polla; by propt-r arrangement* for the protection of tbe polls againft bullies ami ruffian*, Ac., Ac. The pem>nal Cifnrts of tbe active and capable memVr* of thi* party or that party, a* tbey may lie most un-fully employed in tbe few important days to the great day of bat tle. will probably *ettk the flection. Nothing bat the most active, organized and voluntary ex ertions of tfie opposition force* run now revere the fortune* of tbe campaign. The Pajsok** or a Tow?:*i\q Ambition. - Some of our cotemporariea. including a few mag nanimous politician*, are counting over the red den fall of George Law from his lite di/Vy po litical height down to tbe bottom of tbe d?-< p *?*? of political obscurity! Tin y think that we nhoold not have thua cru< liy. at a single blow, demolished tbe god of our idolatry. We think differently. George Law waa a public man of our manufac ture. To get him up in the political world, be cost up cix month* of bard work, au a* | ful expenditure of brain*, and many thou sand dollar* in pap< r and printing wa*W-d upon him. Wben we visited Europe la-t year we left him a great man- ?trong on hi* leg*, up right in hi* position- hi* brow touching the Hky and hi* shadow covering tlv- land: when we re turned. we found him down in the dirt, sur rounded by a clique of hungry sucker?, wbo ha?i persuaded him to *et up iNisinevi on hi* own ac count, and to kick from and' r bim tbe solid plat form which, at a va^t expense of time, labor und money, we had Mil for h<m to *tand upon. The nicker* that bad gathered ar<eind him had fla' tend him into tbe idea that he con Id land upon hi* own bottom. We ai* now ?a'i*fled that |<? ha* twhcvd meanly and *hahbi|y in various way*?that h?> ha* enconrapid the absurd idea that he h?l bought up and controlled tbe Nrw Yon* IIkriui, just a* he could buy up ? Alderman, a member I ot CongresB, era rotten member of the Cabinet \\ hen our magr jfJoent idol begun thus to betray his mean uist^^ we thought it time to demolish him and th-d batch of wickers that were bleeding him to d'^ath. He was a political experiment of ours? ? politician of our manufacture?we made him;, and surely a man may do what he pleases with his own. Thus, having let him down from his lofty delusions, he iB at liberty to resume his proper functions of buying and Belling rail roads, steamboats, Aldermen, Congressmen, Cabi net officers and other vendible articles; but he will have learned this good lesson, that it is dan gerous to play the buyer and seller with an inde pendent journal, which has nothing to ajBk and nothing to fear of trading politicians, big or lit tle. We dare say that the suckers that have in flated George Law with the idea that he owned the Herald office, have fleeced him of at least a hundred thousand dollars. He has cost us, perhaps, not leas than twenty thousand, so that in cutting him down to his original dimensions there will be a saving on both sides. In relieving him of his suckers our charity cannot be ques tioned. The prisoner is discharged. Mysterious Movement of Coi.. Fkkmont.? Our distressed Fillmore cotemporary, the Hon. Booby Brooks, has made another terrible dis covery, which has thrown him again into a shaking ague. He can't sleep of nights on ac count of the late mysterious disappearance of Col. Fremont from the city for a few days. The discovery is that Fremont has been off to Canada He went North?he went towards Canada?he must have been to Canada; he couldn't have miseed Canada, j supposing he travelled due North only half the ( time he absent The conclusion, therefore, ; is that be has been to Canada But why Canada.' j Why should he go off, incog., to Canada at this crisis ? There's the mystery, which has not only thrown Booby Brooks into a shaking ague, but which has excited the most fearful emotions in the mind of the extraordinary Stephen H. Branch, the great Panama hunter of alligators, the great I expeditionist in search of the birthplace ot the Chief of Police, and the shining light of Alder man Bripgs as his exclusive candidate for Major It is difficult to say whether Branch, Briggs or Brooks is most excited, amazed and be willed at this late mysterious journey of Fremont, which must have been to Canada It so happens, however, that this mystery, like all the other mysteries concerning Fremont, is easily solved. Col. Fremont has been on a visit of a few days to the wooded and mountainous regions of northern New York, His object was a little re laxation of mind and body from the pressure ol the numerous visite -s from all parts of the Uniou an almost continuous throng, day and night, at bis house in Ninth street, for some mouths past. He selected the wild forest regions of northeru New \ork, as the best adapted 10 his objects o'
relaxation, retirement and vigorous rn&uh exercise in the pure air of the mouu tains, to wbith he has for so many year been accustom.*!, lie comes back as fresh and elastic as if juat in from an exploration of the wilds of Oregon, the defiles of the Sierra Ne vada, or the romantic mountain lakes which fringe the western border of the Great Basin of Utah On this visit, however, he has not been out of the Lnitcd State* at all. lie has had no occasion to go to Cuuada. The free, pure air of our own free mountains, free exercise, recreation and rest, were the sole objects of hi* late mysterious jour ney. ar.d these hating been achieved he has re turned home. Let Booby Brooks, therefore cease to roll up the whites of his eyes, and let the excitable Branch take a good sweat and sl^-p ?>ti the nightmare of this mysterious aud imagi najy jourmy of Colonel Fremont to Canada. Re-opixixo the Si?ave Trade.?Two of tho?; suggestive articles which have frequently ap peared. In the present political contest, in the Southern journals, are published elsewhere iu this paper. One is relative to re-opening th" African slave trade, and the other touches upon a Southern confederacy. Several days ago we gave an outline of the slave trade scheme. now we have it more fully developed. fins tn&ptrdtrt, priiu rfmmtof. We see by the Cbaileston Mtrcury that there are now serious doubts ol a united Southern confederacy. Thb i'Miiivt Cochkt bM been postponed tiil Monday Bight. Cltjr I'ollliri. HIV. ITAItP BHILLfl ALHEADY IN THE FIELt FOP. T1IP. OPPICKS?THE POOR ROPTd TO BR HAtfU >lt?D IN TUK h VP. N'T OP MR. PCCUANAN'fl ELEC TION TO TUB rBBPlftfCT. "The lullowlnf m; ?tr? ?u? notice appea-ed la tha email e> bard ebell, ud prtaeet It; -.h?nan organ of UU? city, yettenlay ? The n?l I'u<-h?.>aa *'?d Hrerkinrt life E>e min < ? ?romt'i*-e are Mill Uftetly .-e^ueeied u> atten I a *\ ? rUl mertinf <M ?? <1 roatmiiKv ?t th?ir bea4quartafa. ihie ?rn ?u<r. ?' }, o'riork I'mwuitl aiieitdaice at tf?e li re ?pectbed w ppocielly HOI.r.RT .1. MtXO*. Pr-ilea TH(W. J HAKR, Tl"? fw(4?n o. J. Terete. ) i K r MclaneB.r"****""* Ibe ri*.mi'i>r etvve .ndtested ?j? formed to IbM rlty k>tg ticl"M Mr. Buchanan wax nominated, And *u oo.n pored ?*< lo?!T?ly of hw'l ?hen* who aasoctaud together Tot Ibe b?-eeTO'? ot obfcvt of grt ting the tofl* out of effloo ?ad tbfm?H??-? In office ?b?uM !J irhanan be thi loeWf ir?n All the hard lee-Vr? were to the plot, an I while to lht? Plate they ottenrtbly eopporiel Daatcl *. Mr.liea t('B u lix-tr Pre*. ieoliti candidate, H ?ba:i?o wal rrtity tbilr tr,?o. ABd accntd!Bg!y, when tte CuoIbba<I Ooam. ttnn met. tbeir nened vole *M cA?t for old Bark, wbi'e the ?ott? did t,ot r?*e In ?ntll tha ?leve?Uj bo?r. lining tbe |>rmrr<-?? of tha iitvwi that earned, r* cotirre ?ne ?* *Uica .-r tb'* eooeptrary of the hard* w%e kepi tfrj ijixt. aa Uxt >\?y tbe Wt officeholder* would not he backward in their contrlentioBa for the good of tbe ceoee under tbe agreeable doloeioa tnat tbej would ri tain tb< ir poeitiobe rhnelg Mr Btirhaaan be the lucky n t.n I ' l tow, Ml tbo r'aniiylrasiA elejtioa h? fob* for tb? (irmncrary. and the tofta have no mo" ?BMf to irlre, tbt bard* are turatac op MM, a t U * C4 inmitx ao myvtrr'oualy anoounc*d abovr. baa bt-< a called Into n\>u ace by the hard* tor tbe oi^ect we have ladwaio*! m?< me*tirr waa hel<* at a hot^l Id tb<< J .Vorth ward, ?an wae, ol rotir?e, arnr.t, but we learn that active n?"w rurea wiBau(urat<d to get Mr. Bjcliauan " touai jm tbe jnoee " It ttto prtfrarenie la carried out, '.reene C. Urona-n will be Colle< tor af tbe Port, with an ?< nve bar 1 ?hei Pi rrejnr, *od all the nofta mn?t walk tbe plank It will ba aeen by the above nam<w that they All a e i ird ibella. Neither InllMi orr Barr were ever taytilnr alee, while tildroB J Tucker who waa formerly *d*,.r >M tbe fiBAll bard ibeii organ, believe* that uono bat bard ?telle wtll enter the kingdom of beaven There will be do more meetiag* of Uie emimlUee until After tbe ekrlion. when, If Mr tlurhanaa it eloctod, t?? wbolo Border wtll ont. There'* loa ahead. rtklfed Htatea Ounmlulnnrr'a Cnnrl. H? 'ire Heorge P. IMte B?ij. 2.1 ?7bf fa* *.'<? Sletrr.?A'if.etue Orar do Mxqu'ta. a native of T- rtneal, waa r^mmttted for trial ob a cfcarfe ot fitting out tbe l'aB<-bita for tbe klave trade. Mr JoarblB.??er. Ami-uii IhBtrwt Attorney, having anei ired up lor the nOMtimiit tbe (?mnia<flotier ea?il?In i|M ra?e I Ihlrb there le enough of evidence to hod Mr. M' aflnfa. A? * )btj o?an 1 might enteriaId rerlona doabta id regard to wl?r?e?ee and in n rard to the rlrr imetam ee At the oatr" time, there are lueptelnn* cirrninetaacea of ? ad rvtdeio eeooghtt bring roy mind to the concl * elon that Ibe rar< I* a pr?^r one to go before tbe tlraad lory. TVe ?tai meat of vIm caplaio Wi hla Oral olllcer M ii.or.pbto tal?e a fair wr?umidtne that tr?e reww-n rolii 'd ?'r tb? ?'ave trade, and tbe power of attorn"; ? aa Li ar.k bill ol ra'e to M'*<)?tta. together witn bla ra< f?< lorp art o? attemptlpg to throw overboard the |Mtp-?<t. ? khl w?f? tat ed iB wit i two rpkee. apuarentlv ready for tbe r?troo?<v altogether f>rn? a ? hata iumcieot ui ho'd bifn Bel1 lined at fd.ftiO Hot Reehf rd ba? aleo antninted the lan dire-tort In t?e }>??ere Ian l tiram Reilrr?ad - !>evl Ra?hf<<td, (h'? own br?,tb*r.) *Bd Mr. Poller, of r *d on Uc The p I vii? ge < I ?pp*/iMli'B Ibem waa the oetdiuoo oo wbleb be ii^?-d ibe bill. THE LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PUNTING TELEGRAPHS. The MeMslt ot the Pennsylvania Election. PWUDKU-lUA, Get. 24, I860. The Bulletin has the official vote of all tbe counllee In the Btate, except tor Ocngr jes. Tte vote sUnds as fol low* Canal Oemmutimer?Scott, democrat, 212,880; Coch rue, onion, 210,112. Auditor? Fry, democrat, 212,408; Pholps, anion, 209,212. Surveyor General? Kowe, democrat, 212,023; Laporte, anion, 208,888. The 8Ute Senate stands 18 unionist* to 16 democrats. In the HepreeenUtlvee the democrats here 63 and the onion lata 47. Stnpendaw Election Franda In Indiana. Clncmnati, Oct. 24, 1860. The Indianapolla Journal, ot to day, says, that In oonae qoence ot the discovery of atopeadoua traada, the repuo ileans have determined to contest the State election. Official retnrna from four-fifths of the SUte ahow the re publican Increase over the vote of 1864 to be 12,000, and the democrats 28,0u0. In the Ninth and Eleventh Dis ricta the democratic lnoreaaed vote la 0,000 In each dis trict This would indicate an Increase in the population in two yean of over a quarter of a million. Hon. 'Washington Hunt up for Congress. Lock port, N. Y., Oat. 24, I860. A letter appears from Washington Hunt to-day. In re sponse to a petition of over 1,600 citizens, consenting to be an independent candidate for Congress ut the Niagara and Orleans districts. From Washington. Wa?hjmuton, Oct. 24, I860. Bon Peter B. Bell, of Texas, waa married yeaterday to Mis. Ella Dickens, of North Carolina. The ceremony took place at the house of a Catholic priest. President Pierce and his Private Secretary were present as wit nesses. Thomas K. Smith has been appointed Marshal for the Hon the rn District of Ohio, vice Hiram H. Robinson, editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, resigned. Treasury drafts were Issued te-day amounting to one hundred and OttyUve thousand dollars. A distinguished Know Nothing politician has just re turned here from a tour through the Northern States, and repoi u Mr. Fillmore's prospects as hopeless. The Horse Exhibition at Bom ton. Bohton, Oct. 24, 1860. The weather to-day baa been cold and blustering. The attendance at the horse exhibition has been large, though Irss crowded than yesterday. At 11 o'elock a trial of horaes that bad never trotted for money took place?beet two In three, in harneea, mile beats. Five horres entered for this race. It was won by Mountain Boy, entered by Warren Peabody, of New York, In tiro ftralght beats. Tbo premium was <160, and tbe time of each beat 2:38. At 1 o'clock a trial between pacers, mile heats, best two In three, In harness, took place, for a premium of $160. It was won by Tom Wonder, entered by Warren Peabody, of New York. The time of the ilrst heat was 2:30, and the third 2:40. Tecumseb won the second heat in 2:33, winning the premium of *76. At three o'clock a grand trial between Ethan Allen and 111) am Drew, to wugons, took place, beet throe In tlve. E.han Allen won tbe premium of SI,COO. Hiram Drew behaved badly In both heats, breaking frequently, and waa withdrawn after the second beat Ethan Allen was then put round the course on time, and came In in 236>?. The following is a summary Match lor trotting sUliious for premium* ol 91,000 and 9100, mile htats, best In live, In harnoas. D. kace named bay aullion Elban Allen Ill W. I'eabody nameil bay dtallion Hiram l>rew.... 2 2 2 Time?2 40>??? 2 36 >?. The exhibition will close to-morrow. ? Ire In St. Johns, S. F. Sr. Johns, N. F., Ocf 22, I860. There was a firs here to day, by which over one bun dred tenements were destroyed. Loss 960.000. Collision of the brigs K astern State and Helms. BoitTOX, Oct. 24, I860. Tbe harbor telegraph station at Cobasaett reports that the brig Eastern State, Capt. Yatei, trim Boston for Georgetown, D. C., came In oontact with tbe brig Belma, tram Philadelphia for Boston. Tbe 1 astern SUte was cut | down to the water's edge as d leak* badly. The Sol mi afterwards arrived here, but Is now ashore on the beasb In dcituate harbor. The Accident to the Steamer Hero. Pnoviuswcs, Oct. 34, I860. Preparations are being made this evening to get tbe steamer Hero on the shore. If they should be success ful the leak will be stopped, and she will probably pro ceed to New York to morrow. Market*. PHILADELPHIA HTOCK BOARD. Piulamlmia, <>ot 24, 19 VV Stock* dull. Pons. 6'* 84. Koadit g Katiroal, 39i<; I?cg laiand Railroad, 12J*. Morria Canal, 13\, 1'eoa. Hail road, 49*. BALTIMORE CATTLI M A MKT. Bjltmou. Oct 24. 1866. At orr cattle maiket yerterday. 1,700 h*a 1 of h-*riw were oflered, of which 600 were driven Rattward; 100 rrmaired orrr and the balance sold at privia ranging frtjmII imi >7, net. Hoga in fair auppiy. au>i aalaa woro made at $7 a Is. Naw Okii**", <?iit. S3, 1*66. Ortten ateady. Hale* today, 4,600 bai<>?, at U>^o. a U>i< for ?id<iling. Hour Ima aorained an eighth anl i* aelllng at t7 26. Red wheat baa a'ivanoud cooailera bly, while wbeat m quoted at II 02 Weitern moa* pork bar adraned 25c., and Ui qooted at 621. Lard, dul at i4c. KretfbU?Cotton to Uverpool, 7 16d , to Bremen, l'.d. Exchange cm I on (J on aold, after bonliieaa hour*, at 9 per cent premium. OHaki ktok, Ont. 28, HV1 Hale* of not too for tbe week. 6,600 bale*, including I,t00 bale* to-day, tbe mink. t cloalag dan at a decline >l ,'?c. Middling lair la quoted at 11 Jje a 12c. Ciuaiaeroa, Ojt. 21, 1654 (otton ?i*al?a to day 6,200 balea, at rather easier prtcea. R' rtkin, Oct. 24?1 P M Hour teade upward*, aalce 1.000 bma., at 8* 67 a 64 40 Tor choice Indiana and Michigan 64 6'J a 84 4* Tor extr* Srutbern <>?iie Wheat rery firm; bayera ?ot free; aa:ea 18/00 hsaheU, at 6t SO for Chicago aprlng, and 61 47 for whitaCanada. Corn held at 6Ao buyera at &4e <>U* Ornter; aalca 7,(00 baatrla, at 87o , free to boat. Barley at 61 22. Wbt'key doll, fana1 frnrfht* to Albany aud Troy flttli. Corn. 14c The wind kai keen mowing op the lake for tbe laai two days, which retard* arrival* Bt tTAto, <>ct 24?dp M. lloor atcady la tbe morning, cioeing dull. Salt a 1,900 bbla, at 8* 26 a 6a 40 for iooJ h< ?.boic* Ml. higan, Iad'aaa and illlnotn, and 84 60 a 81 (S for extra southern < >oio Wbeat firm. Helen 16,000 boabela, at 61 20 for vMMB ? prlnf, it 46 far white Michigan, and 61 47 for rhlle Ca nadian. Corn rtetdy. Hatea *,000 bubal*, to arrive and a! oat at 14c liarley, 61 22 Wblakey doll, ' anal fr? Igbto- 17c a 18c for com. and 29n. a Sac for wbeat, to New Vork Kroelpta for the ?4 boura ending at noon (/?<?*? ?*,(41 bhl*. Bear, 91 377 bti*bel* wbeat, IS,7.'3 ba?heii com, 7,?77 buebeUt oala. Oa-ial ax porta ?44 411 buabela wheat, 14.910 buebelacorr lb* wind la hlowiof op tbe take, and a Coat of *e?*ela la detained. (Jbwkiio, Out 2t?7 P. M Wheat l? witficnt material change and with a (<vxl le n.and. Kale* 40,000 biabela, at fl 62H I 61 U for white Canadian Oorn, rye and barley qniet. Canal freight* to New York, Sr., hn'h'r on grain; wheat, IBc.; rorn, !6)(r a l?c Import#?7B,#00 huRbel* wbeat, 2,?00 bu"b*la barley. 3 (jtOburbela rye. Canal etporw?1.433 hbla. Boor, 61,000 buabela wheal, and 16,400 Ouahela corn. Amxxr Ool. 24? Noon Or* ~Wetfnra nixed, In atore. n ? . aaie* *,000 hnabei* oala, 42c.; >alea 20 Oo4 bo?bel? Barley. ??>? t0,l(M> btaahela, at 61 '46 a 61 27 for loarwwed, ao i II 2* for .le'ftreon oounty Wheaw Salae 6,600 boobela of white Canadian, at SI *7. Whl-key, ?4c. Raprrlor Court. Before Bon. .lodge Boa worth. WHO WOCLD IB AW AUTHOR, A BIO0BATHER OR DRAHAT18T f 0ft, 74,?KhtmbHk bnil aa. AttffiaHn J. It /Hi^afin^.? The plaintiff In thl? cane recovered a jedgment again*i the defendant for aomethlng about 6140, far balaoie doe ror board, bat tit execution waa reteraad aaeaUafled? r.vlln foaa?and Mr. Dagaane, who la an autnn. liloprafher, dramatlat and new*paper fiaragraphwt, waa brought np on an order to ahow oauae wny he tkookl not be p?etabed for cootetnpt of court. The da 'ri.ilant, in hi anawer, aay??I arn In no baalaeea In thka >ny; 1 am an author: hare written tfce " Ufa o4 Millard Fillinora " and aereral play; 1 write in general fjr neaapapoto?ror no particular newapaper?i>ut only *htn 1 happen to he employed; am writing fhr a cam palgn peter at WaUfhnry. C- no., called Th? Admni t nj ?*? U*vm? ? WhBortfcnper; I am writing tor no otner at th'f time, I cantu.t tHI what money I naro motived aiooe the SJid day of Heptembir laat; I don't think I bare re ri Ired any mre t?.?t time no poblt*her la lodebted to ne n any mm that paper in Waterbnr* U pnbliahe-i bf a Ptiimore elob. It M indebted to me probably 8M aad m mi te, 1 am a tingle man and hare no family. cann>d giro le name of any party who are indebted u> me; I do not Bean a h<vk reittainli.g *och matter*, bare no boraei, ear a rr barnea<. nn watch or jewelry except the ring* >p my linger-. I bare no real e-tate; I ha?e one a?m ? hair and on* tabio, a toalhltrnah, bairhrn*b. and tome other tc ilet article* The hearing of tb? oaae wat bd juried to tbe 6tb of NoremNr. The Hnntlngtaas Vtrgcrlc*. bow tbs fbapds wni rasranuTiD un> PKOCKKDB bquanpkkbd?loosm modi or DO BVSIHKHH IN WALL HTKKKT-TM BILL BOA TBICKX1) BT OWK OK TBB1I8KLVBS-?BIOB LOT town, at THE FA8BIONABLI WATBBIMB FLA AND IN TBI TOMBf. Since the immense frauds perpetrated by Char lee B Huntlngton pd broker* in Wall street have come to tt|bU there ia no email share of curie sity In the public mind tc learn bow It It tbat be could have been so auooeeafni lr-| bla rogueries in ibat place of abarpera. The frauds com mitted by Hcbuyler, a couple of years ago, were easily comprehended. Be wis the president of a railroad com pany, and entrusted with the iaaot of Its stook; and the simplest mind couid understand bow, with Implicit oonfl denoe reposed in him, be could overissue stook to almost any amount. But in the caae of Huntington?whcicj name baa been tor the latt two weeks before the public? It Is difficult to comprehend bow be, who was uakaowr tn financial clroles a year or two ago, oould have succeed ed In victimizing the note-shavers of Wall street to th< amount of some half a million of dollars. The mode bj which be did so, we will try to qjplain:? The tint trace tbat we can find of Mr. Buntiagton'i connection with (1 sanely matters dates bank only so fAi as 1162; when be and two or three other Individuals fell Into the handa of the police of this city for the shar< which they had in getting up a fraudulent sblnplaatr concern under the title of tbe "Anaooetla of Wssh lngton, D. C." Indictments were found against him an< Ms accomplices on that occasion, but they were neve brought to trial, on account?aa appears from an endorse ment on the bill?ol si me lnformalfty or lncompletenei In tbe proor. We next find blm, shortly thereafter, having a little box of an office In Wall street, where be purported to car ry on the business of a bill broker in a smsl retail style. This business consists la acting a a sort of agent or go between for brokera en i larger scale?tbat Is, be would go to a brokei and find out what be would sell oertaln notes for, anO then be would go to another broker and aacertaln wha be would give (or such notes, and then, If he found h could realiae any profit by tbe Uanaaetlon, be would buj . from one and sell to tbe other. At this time he boarde< j| up town with his wil j on a modest scale. Be agreed it pay $16 a week for their board, but even thia saoderat sum be did not, it Is said, find It oonvenient to pay. H left tbat boarding bouse and went to the Metropolttai Hotel, where be sta>ed for aome time; but he did no bere Indulge In any of the extravagancies into which h afterwards launched, be subsequently went to tbe Nev York Hotel, where It seems be commenced to be mor< liberal In hta expenditures. We aiterwarda find him oc eupytng part of a houis in Fifteenth street, and recently owning two or three housee In Twenty-second street Nothing is more strange In connection with Hunting ton's career than the faoi that be was so little known li Wall street or in commercial circles. Our reporter coo versed to day with tome ol the prinolpal brokers on tb> street: few of them had dealings with him, and asost o them had neve' beard of bim until tbe time of his arrest And yet be couid raise hair a million ol dollars smoni , that confraternity on forged notes, * herein the slgna turee did n it even pretend to be Imitations. The supposition ir tbat It Is only within tbe las eighteen months that Huntington commenced to operai on forged paper. It may not be even ao long. He hat now an t Dice at No. 62 Wall street, and professed to car ry on the legitimate business of a note broker. A: most of our readers are In blissful Ignorance o the business of note shaving, we will briely de scribe It. Commercial ilrms, even though they may bav large capital are corstantly compelled to pay by notes o. lime lbft*ad ol ca?b The accommodation given by bank Is limited: and when they decline to make more advanoet rn the unlet- of a firm bill orotera are resorted to. Tbeai charge more <>r less aixcount on tbe bills, depending upoi tbe credit ol the drawer, an J tbe length of time tbey ma have to run brfore they mature The bills of houses 1 I first rate standing (technically known as gill edged papor ? I wtl! be discounted at ue rate of ten or twelve per c4 ' per annum, while ou others, not no weii known c trusted, tbe brokers charge a discount of two or thre per cent per month. It follow*, therefore, that la time of ordinary commercial prosperity, when baukruptcis are rare, these shavers make quite a handsome prottt 1; their cpeialions. Huntington was engaged in this capta business. Ttie profits of the trail*, large aa they must burs beet did not satisfy him. or were lusuMioiant to enable him t gratify his extrat agent taste tor Hae houtes, costly fut nture. splendid rqulmgea, fast horses, and dasbio women; so he resoived to try his hand on that branch < tbe profession which hax oondusted blm to a oell In th Tombs, llewmt to work syUemeUoeUr, and used, i first, a good Seal or caution to evade detection. He wa In the tsbit of going to tbe umoe of a broker la hig Handing and purchasing from bim notes of firms, aomi times to the amount ot toe,00> or MO.OoO in a week >or these be always paid in certiSel checks. He was ai tasy, dashing looking leilow?said the broker?had a ways a segar in bis mouth, and was perfectly cool an < m fit AuJant In bis meuiu r, so that be might very wa impose on one; but there was romethiiig about bim tht 1 could sot uuder*'au<i. I oould not comprehend why b rbould come and buy our notes, as we did not divide th dscount with bim, and be rould make nothing by them He afterwards found o?l the secret of It. Huntingta would buy lbe?e hoim, iluplieate them, sell Ut otes again, and use the duplicates aa eolialert security In raising money. At drat, however, be iM4 ? niy tbe genulut notes, and as they were alwaya louat to be correct, be gradually gaiued tne confidence of thoa with wbom be had dealings When be had '.has ooas pletrly disarmed them or all suspicion, be began to u* tbe dui>ltr?!e or forgnl note*. 1U< plan was this?r would go Into a note broker's, say he wanted to borrov Mo.Coo for a month or ao, for which he would give kfe own note of band an 1 certain other bills of such and sun da os aiil amounts aa collateral security, and he wouB leave a memorandum of these bllla. If the broks watted to satisfy himself thai all was right, b would send to the flrma purporting to be tbe draw era, aad iBqulre.whtUier they had out the notes ds scribed. Tbey wo^U refer to Uketr books, find tha tbey bsd Issnid such notes, and ooasequenUy U? bicker, not doubting that those offered by HuaUagtar were the real ones would ad vanes the money aaked upa ttern With the money ihua raised Uuntlogtoo woud make apeculatiotis. or would take up other bills beoomcj due, or would use It 'or his private purpoaes. Aad tin* he want ou from week to week aad frtm month tt ?ncath Kecaplrg ?o ofleo un tetected, ha began to ralai la M tin(i?? <>( caution Itirt'Bd ol buying up feautBa ?<*? ?nd duplicating ihrm. ha wculd mnMlnei go into i broker a, aak to look at hia paper, run hla eye orer tki amount*, daU'R urn! cainta ot drawora, and would under lake, from memory alone, to duplicate auch aa ha though: bf?t Btied for bia purpoaa. In tnu, bawarar, ha aona time* made a a lip for we Bod that Mr. Kane, a broker with wb? b be had extensive dealing a, detected blm 01 two or three occaalnoa In offering notaa which ha tla covered to be forger lea Why thu gentleman did not thai band over the caiprit >nto t?e baada ?t Ibe law la a quae tlon which be will haveeomeflfboulty 1a aaawertag totb< aaiiifartioB of the public. AaoUier broker, holding a b?w which be auapected to ?a a forgery, went to ibe lira p<ir I* rung 10 taiue It, a? >1 although It waa but a elumi) I b.i tat loo of the gaaulna note, the party, without lookiai at It. and by mereiv referring to the bill book, declare It to he all rtgb'. la It any wcader that with auch a kx> way of dt'lng buameea lrao>la wt nil be perpetrated f Tb> onlv woadtr la that they art- not much mora numerous The nncot in wt.rh Huntington a operation* Ml brought to light waa a<> lean cirtoua than the operalloei <h?melTea. and proved bis, after all. to be rather care laaa an< cltiaey lor a aoeoeeiral pracUtlosar. Among I parcel cf colea which be gaTe to BekUa ft Co.. aa colla ural eecurity, la tie neual marner, wai on* of Meaara Phelpe. Dodge ft Co , tor over 16. COO, which note n then ob Ita face over due. That fact attracted at tan II oa aa<I aa lnqulr> he tig made it waa pronounced a forgery And ev<u thrn Hunting** would nut here been brougn to juetlre, bat wookl hare been allowed to go oa a<i m fftth m, wore It not for the Qrmeeaa and determinate" ol Mr. I<olge, and hla partner, Mr. Htokea. The; tought out officer Bowyer, and obtamed hla adrloe and aaaiataace 'a the matter; and although eforta wen made to ablell Huntington froa the cooeequeaoea ot hi arte they proved futile. He waa arraatad and bald u feg 1 i l.ii.lliO The *ery man on whom be aiiemp^l t pawn the counterfeit (Mr. balden), became hia eurety llnnilr gtop bad. prrvtoaa to hia a/reat, prorurtd t*i4,00 la gold on hla owa certified check, and thia urn b lodged la ReldeB '* baada aa ae>ciiiity. to ladttoe him I hec< me t la hail. Rut aext day oU ar erldenoea o( forg rtee came In, and he waa re arreated Bclden than pre cvrec (be cbbc< nation of bia ball, aad It ia aald ratalo the S'24,M0 Another carloua feature in the tranaact'oia la, tha allhi.i:gh the total amount of lerger'ea ? ready M<-erteioc. ?a ?!>4?,IH? 4t?, mi peraon oan be loaod to ackaowledg that ke haa been ?trtiala??d. it te the opinion ofetpe rkneed brokera that anoe of the forged paper waa pu upoB the market (la fart It ata too cluma'ly imiUtad fo tl at purpoee), but that It ta all In the nanda of tie baak ?ail broktra with whom ha dlt buainea* He pre r ably, how?*er did not raia? more than $*00,000 oa i We underatanl that a caebier ot fmr of the banka waa It the habit of making HuBUngwft adrancea oat ol tb , tear r - n il, ? ' .rg< I i>aper, r.?-?wlag a Urge dlaconn for It, and waa fortunate enough ,i?reecape loaa, and thai ob hearirg of Hnatiagtoa'a arret, ha went to the free dent of the back, gave Inbli r?j rn illoa, told what h had been doing, arkaowlodged v/iat be had made larf rroflta thereby, and aald that he thought It hla daty t let Ihrm knrw how eaelly they aught be cheated la thi way. ABd now HoBtlBgton la In the Torahi. Hla trial aril make work for the lawtrra, aad attract a good deal n public attention. 11 will probably be a nice legal pnta wlelher Ibe lodging thi'ee noler aa collateral aecuiity I tanlamonnt to nuerlng them, tie penally f^r eanh ot fence n.ay be ?*??a ?<ara Ib tlio Ht?*e prtaoa, and if cm acted ob all. he would requira to I1?A aa long aa old I'ar lo rerve out nla term In tha meantime he aeemg to i? quite InClflereBi lo bla ailuaift.n Wjim odicar Bowye IB formed blm Ibat be came to arrest him, he ooog; walked to the mantelptare, Ufnk up a ma ton lit the a# gar which ho bad Ini hla month, an> walked out with the officer In ?;>t>arant uncoacern Hie ceil at tbe Tomba le nafciy cnrfpeteil and lornHhed Hie wife'a carriage ilrlrca down aailV. and her nara pro aidia bim with eumptuou* far?. He .t,a? hia nhampago and hla H*?anii?, an?l don't ?cem toilet the degrartatlor of hie poeltlon weigh npoa hla aplrlta.l a? an Inatance cj hla rxtravagnace, even now. It |? aald ethat alter d.nlag da} or two ago, he eent np to TIiomp4,on'g for Irnll, an| paid aa high aa Are dollara fur Ore pearra. A " It will be aaked what baa hei?ma/of the pr'K-~W* < tbeae < *i?oalve forgenaaf We han/. fi?en an lading c the exira*a|BBce ot ihle man. which lauttloteatiy ladMate hla character la that reaped, and we vhare no do ibt tha witl In the laat two yeara bd haa ba?r\a able to aquande all i> e money that he ralaari by the nfllaana we hare rie ecflbed. Be owned two honaea la Tweraty aeoond ateeet cott (if probthiy aome $i*,ooo TheeS were lamia be