Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 29, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 29, 1860 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAtlL H OUHItUI U K A Mi I !', B>!K)R ANH HlOPHlKruE. 01 HCK N ? V. COKNKK OK ITI.IX1K AND KAMAC fT8 7 PUNS na*h in uh<m,r M.t< *<w bu ? ' n rt*k qf tkt tender. r<?uuj> i..?( ?<?<.. - i iu ? ? ?/ "? TlfK i>A II. Y HUl A I I* I tro r**.* I?#r ,v/w/. ?? THU II A A.A /. k UtU.Hl> *rtr&? r,Uty at <* #" ' vr IS,** annum; th, t.u-o,-* *JV. a# mj r*,<fe t* r, *4 }? r nam,, . to ? 'V 7?ir' <*/ f> ' ''4' ' or $& (oattt/ ???>?# /*.,/< ' U4h to i ?? < <ufc p <hitfor*u> K<hh >; I* llf awiil^^irAW l,w CMIIa t**t r?-|?v W >*>'' ^ 7'/i> A (.#//. J Ht im WVAmuAi* at /our cmbpm '"'n.': ? I a: \ w.v *. ft fir ? iplj/yW friHtt tJftV utMfttf *.*f the I <yfcl? if ?'>??/, *r f ' f Aknet'UKtV j.^lUTIP 1" h**l" *1A LWfWM ASD I AC It AUU HUT I ? Volutin %\* 9?.30< XJfBdKMlCft t? Miln KVKJKINU. AOAPKMY OF Ml'HN!, ? .mrtrtinth ft rnev. ? It 41.1 A* Or* |^-fu HWIMI'I. MHUr* tAKOKh, Brontway.? Oinrixo. W1KTKK UAKDKA. ?ni?4*v. op posits Booa (treat. M.'.lHltTH. WALL.Ai'K'8 TliKATRK, BrotdwAf.? PliTlKG W.T i F I HI. I. AUK.. K K.KN t o rUKAYKK. Ho. &M Broadwty. Aitnitr A wooh . KKW .iOWKKY TlItATKK, Bowery.? lou Cuur? BiOUL. BARKTM'K AMKRIOAK MUHKU*. Hp?dw?T -l??r end *?enlu? J(I-I 1 11 A.iD His bottom* -lJUMi Ooil: m TIM. BRYANTS' MtNrtTKKIM Mwl HhI!. 47J Brwitw*r ? Bcu-Uv' ? ?. lUIICKX. Ac III VI lew urn. NAI<OOW. tru?dw?r.? HoOL*T A CAtfrBru.1! Mi**tkki.- Ill BtiuuriAJi Sosa, Ki/uoi.-^cks, Dams.- Ac ? Jcaeo Jvm. CA/rTKKHt'KY *rr?I0 !'Al,U ?| Rro?dw*f. ? Po<g?, Hi ?M>n Ac. IVtn lurk, Mumlay, Ot'tulitr Kll, INDUi MAILS Pun jiUKUPK. mu\ fl?? York llcold ? ? KUition (or M vrop*. The CiiiiAril ciramfthip Anbli, OapUtn SUin<\ will li>ire BtmIoo on WcduB?diy for Liverpool. The ?>?>!? (or fcur i* will nbiM to ihif o'lr tD uiorrjir ?XMraoon tl ? nmror piul .>ne o'cl'* It to (0 l?y railr<jAd, ?ntf At AquArter to Tour o'clock U< yu ujr stewiuii ?t ToeRrs<>rmA5 mnoiroini Hinu wMi be pBbl'?oe< At loo o'clock 'r 'Ijc <wfatBf. "'h1" or-piee, In wr?pper?, it!f oeoU. Tbt e-ctocte ?f ibe ?rnnii iDmiw m tn fiiuit ?rlJ ocaibioe the uenre rwc i?<?1 by mAii Aii.l tei&(r?^b at the oiooo 4rrin( th* pr"vio?? w.-ek, Aad op to tbe hour o! pablJoAtioA 'lite \aH>. The nesrs from Europe brcught by the Asia, Captain I-ott, is two days later than our previous advices, and of consider aLIj i itereat. Tlit late dutotj of llaribal.l at Volturao ?eema t j Lave set tled tin f ite of Southern It tly, ihe snuoxaUon of which to Sardinia ha* been decided in the Sardi nian Chamber of Deputies by a tote of 2!H) t> 6, and It ia s'ated that Garibaldi had convoked the electoral colleges of the Two Sicilies for the 21st :n*t., to vote on the que ?tion. It ia further pro posed l?i make It iiue the capital of the new king dom of ltuly. Capua waa not to be attacked unt.l the 20th. iUiheia, Prosaia and Austria haJ not pro tested c/ffiiially against the entry of the sirdiniau. into the Neapolitan territory, as had been previ ously reported. Austria continued her warlike preparations in Venetia. The conference at Warsaw ha I been Itsied for the KHli inst. The French in Syria had marched into the Le banon, but had not aa >et coinc into col<Uion with the Druaes. The English news U unimportant. There iiad been a tiolent storm on the northern coast, which did considerable damage to shipping. Geaetal | Sir Harry Smith is dead. Count Carour'.. speed j to the Chamber of Deputies at Turin had pro- j dt od an effect on consuls, wliteh closed Hit at '.'2j to 02 ? for money, and '.'1 for account. A letter from onr Halt ljtke City correspondent ' informs us tliat the annual exhibition of the Pesc ret Apri< nltural and Manufacturing Sot iety wa then open to the public. The Indian- ' aj attacked I some emigrant con>panie? tke ??itn? . u uU tu 1 California and loft the emigrants destitute. On the central, or mail route, the Indiana are tepotted dis- , posed for peace. The anniversary of the jhn street Methodist Kpbcopil church waa celebrated yesterday with 1 much spirit. The attendance, both morning and evening, waa very large, and at a lore feast in the morning inuiy of the elder members related their experience and recalled interesting incidents con nected with the history of the church. The Her. l>r. Thompson officiated in the forenoon, and Her. Charles E. Harria at night. The Youth*' Missionary Asaociation held their twenty se ond anniversary last evening in the Spring street Presbyterian church. The annual report was read, and stated that, while the demand for money had greatly H.cfMcJ, the subscriptions had fhllen off? $'-'24 being the amount collected during the past year. Appropriate addresses were made by the Rev. Moaara. Burtli and Hastings. The inauguration exercises of the New York Evangelical Alliance, the object of which is to preach the Gospel to the unenlightened maa-tc.- of our city, took place las? evening, at the Presbyte teriaa church corner of 1'ifth avenue and Nine teenth street. Addresses were delivered by the Iter W. J. Doge. f. E. Podge and Rev. I?r. Tyng, and the church waa crowded with an overflowing alienee. Want of space compels ua to omit our report. A lire broke out ye*t< rday In a stable lo Fifteenth street, and before it could be subdued three horses belonging to Mr. Barney Dalton. valued at $000. were bnrned to death. The eo?Me mark'! oo Saturday eiblblted rsthsr lass t jaatj ti r lota oa the eaart, whits for parcels ta stare er ta UaasMo p**e*? were easlttaed the sales embraced ?boat 4,M? bale*, eleaiag ch ? fly oa the basts of 11 \e I for Middling aplaads, *nd eon... brokers qu oted U>rm at | II \e atlUs KW?.r >u heavy aau for sons ! cieaeea < f ispeetae or s mant Wtatera aad Puts braads, while saire were tit *n?derat? eat- < it, <? njaird with the preeteas activity Wh. ?t ??* heary *? I caster far the lower aad roo>iat>t qaa'ittes, while the market was active at the eonefsetos. rh ? 1y fur eaport Cora waa aetlve, while prteee were without slu'sima of motutnl Part waa lesa sstivs, aa> ? ?ht at IIS 1IH far i ? nsess, aad for prime af 114 r4 a ?14 ? ? gars wars leas I ooyast sad act it* , white the sale* embraced M a W fchde Osba wttNut change of Usportaaoe ta petnss, Freights w?rs irm, aad e'eee* mm a hardening tea deac> . pee tail y for grata to analisfc pt.rts ?n >ag ths erga|tni'>ata to IJ* rpeol were a'.? at M " hasbels ef aheal at HH<! s 1*1 , ta ship s bass ttMtoa ?ss takea at Jad , dour at S? 81 , sod ofceea at ifr* . aot wheat, Is ship's bags, to Uea taa at M*d. Pvaitn or m? At. tan ? PBrwt?Kt.niU Tat p*sa Smxmum Tattivuicn. Ths merchants aad traders of the Quaker City are mi&lfe.'ting a good deal of trepidation in r*ffnrd to the ruinous consequences of a republican triumph on Ote trade and business of Philadelphia Their Board of Trade has even resorted to the rtrj remarkable stop of tending otit a number of busln#a men through the South and West, In search of addltiona custom. W* hops that oar Chamber of Commerce wlU not hare to deaoeod to such an uodlgnlfled means of mala tain log oar commercial Importance; but as an ounce of prevention la better than a pound of cure, our cldnsns ?t *bt to exhaust every effort to defeat f and Ulna tare our cltv'i prosperity. Tli? Conflict C >r lnt?r?in Hr iwmi Hi r ^.tiili *.?l Si<a(u-><r?n^lk or ? ti<- (iiiiiuat Tie f.n' ii wjhfem b<" ?v?-en the North sod the Sen h < 5ich ha* i'.adered ?o uiiiiy of our cbii iiit-rf aud irrajea them oti geographic^ K' iij boriiiity to eajh other? vrtiich has divieed our missionary and tract societies in the i-.iuif way, aud which ha* at last rent potiti Til parties and embittered thi-onto the utmost ? - n w v acing tlm duinaiu of material inte if?U, und laying toe trams ot a most destructive w?i b-< wt-eti tnoei* of the free aad the nUv? States. Whoever remenr. t>ers the terrible cou'eat ot interest.- that raged from ItfUO till it culminated 37. weeping the country into the aby>?s of ' u 1. 1 ? ert- al bankruptcy, from wnich it w is re . t ? i <. ouly by a legislative act that blotted i out hundreds ot millious of individual liabili t ? - <. left a Htain ou our record as a otn nation from which wo did not recover ui ryjearB, cm form Home idea though i taint one. ot the Immense evils which caus now operating will produce to the ccmm ?ui ty it uot checked in time. Then, a* n?w, the great material interests were ranged in h -'i.'iiv by political iuli'i-mces. The United Stat*" Hank, and the numerous State ba;;ks ot that dsy. fought a great political battle, in w e result wus every whit a.* disaHLroin io 'li victor? as to the vanquifhed. All went ? I.. *> 'ogether. carrying with thfm every pri v . ere#t, iiad the whole structure of trade, i finance and credit had to bo again constructed j ti i i ll long years of Buffering aad of toil. That content was ore which marks an epoch 1 and all parties long deplored the p tssfons j wbicl had then r. led. Great and terrible an ' it iio they were, the new contest of mi'eiul I intervntfl wiih which the confederation 'n aov threatened is lar greater and f^r more terrible Then it was a contest of oppr-'jig policies neither of which '.ff-".:>-d th-.' life currents of tht ccmmioiity To d<*y it is a contest of foritl f-j stems. iii which if continued, one must fuc cui. b, and the other cannot survive. Thi-y will cury down with lUern to a common grave tiu* high asplratioris and hopes cf our national life, the principle* ot pop-i'ar goverauvat which our fathers established on the broad b > tin ot compromise, and the hippin*?*s of count lew generations yet unborn. To the politic kl passions which marked the contest from IsiO to there i> added the arcuied instinct o; -elf preservation ia the South, which absorbs every other impulse and feelinp. V.'ten the contest of material interests culmi nat-d in the butikicz capital in the United States amounted lo 1251, *75, 000, with a circu lation of $110,300,000. and *10.020,0*0 in rp? cie According to the offioial letter of thfc Secretary or the Treasury to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the 2Gth of M krch lust. there are now 1 5C2 bank? in the United States which, under the geographicaUpositions t'.a? political parties are assuming. are divided a<? follows:? Jtankt. Caritnl. I/OM*. v0lth |3OT.?i3,31S 508,244.i'7o 2S4 li:;,%C,790 I9S.7W.ti0l S'4>"ir CTi I sllldlil Ttepoiia. North .t47.670.7J" 15fi.Ws.-30 South. 36,W3.i7$ 61.033,047 In this classification we see at a gl ance how much greater is the dependence of Industry and trad* at tbe North upon the security and stability of the east edifice of credit than it ?? at the South. In the South industry produces, and in 'he North it manipulates the raw staple* of commerce. In the North the liabilities of the banks in circulation and deposits alon* ex ved the aggregate of banking capltsl *#d specie: in the South the capital and sp?Me exceed the liabilities by forty per cent Tue Northern barks have mor* than three dollars ...on to on* in specie in their vault*, j while the proportion of these in tho southern j bank! u onlj about one and a hall to one. In the North the banks owe four timet the amount j of th. ir specie to depositors while those of the South owe only one and a hall t'me ol theirs, j The loans ol the Northern banks exceed their capital by seventy p*r cent, while those of th* Southern banks exceed theirt by onlj fifty p? rent Thus, in whatever way we look at ?h relative positions of the banking latere* t< to the community, we shall find that those of the North are fa: more intimate in their reiatiima to Individual interest- than are those of fhe South, and that consequently the effect of any evils that may come upen the banking interest will be far more widely felt among ui than they will in the slave States But It is not alone in the banking interest* that the structure of credit b more in the North than in the South. The amount uf capttal invested in aj^iUfactur<* iu the North wrouflta probably at thai time to the enormous sum of two thousand millions of dollars, and in railroau stocks and securities there are nearly a thou' and million- of dollars more. Tbe ex igence *f all this capita; depends upon the* safety of the edifice of crcdlt. and Its productiveness springs Iron the prosperity of trade which re,te entirely upon the mate rial welfare of the people. 11 the politicians and demagogues wh? are now urging on a con diet between these two great masses of mate rial interests on a purely abstract idea which, U permitted to rule can do no possible (rood, succeed In ths?r Insane design, the whols system cf credit, manufactures and commerce. North and South muit Inevitably fall, as it fell from ?imllnr causes la l-::7, and with tenfold more ruin Men will cootin"* to cultivate the earth and produce focd a d stapler, but the distribu tion of their surplus products will be para lj;#d and in such an event It requires no great foresight to pereehe that the ruin of the manu facturing North will be far more Intense than that of the sirrk"'ltural South. Ue:eln lies the laical deveiop-meat of the war which black republican ?n> has ; roclalner aga Intt the social sjstem of the South. It Is as n. ch a war sealo-i oar Northern Interests and society m It is against the Southern, and ii Lteola Is ele. te*i nothing can arert the tftrl b> cons. qneric?s Tne seneUlee fibre- of capl talare already beginning to feel the rising danger. The we \k*r stocks which are amely the rrowth cf cur credit system are already falling beneath the storm *aJ the stronger will soon feel its fttfj if this contest goes on New York will be the first aa 1 greatest ?uT* -r. and tn her to-u-j lies the determl latloo f this battle If the F,mplr? Sta'.e permit- t*? Mack republics r*rty to trh.?F* t* cu h most and .. .Ml h.r. . t ^acU P" "? nU v?r?g our >?MS ???< rrrrj mu-T J lct?-?ut terrors everting wor'd hae ev wt. aesed Tlir Vfvti f'Oiu K ?i t n j.c ? I m j< or tnt fi lUlj. The i, !i*ch arilved yest#r<1ay br", ?- - - a iu>)>ortaut news fr? m 1 1 li is decided b;, the l- .vtrr ai?-ct i-i Vicior Kjattnuel to *un? < all Southern Italy to Piedmont, and to con vinre Europe in Mr m^n'hf that Venetia, too, * ill b> annexed and V rrie become the i ij; of I'nlted Italy. Willi tbta policy iu ri-'W, hold)) proclaimed by Cuvour on the J-'O in-t . it difficult to guess at Loul.? N. po .? on's pn-jecte in connection wi'h Rome. They are so shifting in their character, and adapt themselves so readily to clroutnstaucen favolng opposite constructions, that i' in do wonder that they should ke?p European quid 1 < nc continually on the alert The last advices announce the occipv t:rn by French troop* ot Vi'erbo, Veile tr i, Civits Vecchia, Castellauo, Tivoli Palestrinn Frascati, Albano und Valmon tone There towns form a circuit around Robh\ extending north forty two, ea t twenty "vo, west northwest thirty-eight, and south ilurteeL miles. It includes the capital of the patrimony of St. Peter, bestowed In the twelfth ontury on Pupal See, as also the principal port of 'he Roman Stages. It will be recol lected that ( n? of the Paris papers (semi offi ciai) amounced a few w-eks ba. k tkat it wa* the intention of the Emperor to confirm to the Pontiff the pos^ssion of St. Peter's patrimony, flu',? leaving him a fair strip of territory around Rome The occupation of fhe p'a'-'s above mentioned, and the report of an intended increu-e of the French army to 60 000 mw,i. would appear to be the logical result of thi? de^-rmlnarion. But the qu tior arises to it cot something more. What is it ttul makes the Enperor so K- ddii i, eolkitcus that the Pope stall not be to# closeh contlned within the walls ?f Rome When we take into account that the p< :?. r f Civita YeccMa conveniettly facts ! the island of Sardinia, which France is ta.ii to be making arrangements to annex in < - ition cf her giving up si d claims opo i N iples. and that she will require a r- f u illtar- and naval depot on the oppo rf ; - ? . , we can understand this new born -? ? itude for the PoWilfV health. There ?recthfi inot've* in connection wlft the in creasing pow*rof Sardiuia. to say nothing of those that may arise for a fresh rupture with A i?tria, which reader it desirable that the f a peror she Id continue a Frensh army in Italy All thefee com iderations have no doubt suggested the expediency of preserving to the church its ancient patrimony, to bs used as a standing pretext for an occupation defensible on 1.0 other ground. But six month.-, as Count Cavour says, may show to the world some important event* on the continent of Europe. G.vr;iuj.iv in toe Cocusse8? A Gi avp Oi-e r. >m Rivoution. ? We alluded the other day to the dissolution of the famous opera troupe which Mr. Cavour Strakosch, one of the most eminent diplomats of the day, had succeeded in bringing together at the begin ning of the season, when Victor Emanuel Un man was in Europe, making preparations for future victories, and counting, as usaal, a very large uumber of operatic chickens pre vious to the period of their incubation. The set ae, as we left it. was refreshingly dramatic. In the d in distance might be descried the ship which bore away towards the tropics Cortesi and her followers. A little nearer, in what the I aliiteis call the middle distance, we saw the graceful cf Corporal Patti, w ooing our (jo .vhem brethren with her uuu.m.. r * ?k? <?Ktiuuua appeared Ullman. Maretz?k and Carl Formes, all engaged in the most wonderful ot combination* and the most intricate of in It wa< the old quarrel of Germany and Italy over again. The Teuton* seem cd to be as firmly hied ia Irving | p?ace ?s the Austrian* ia Venetfa or Um? poor old Pope ia Rome The Ita'uns were, to all latent and purpose- lefi out in the cold. The German.* rallied to the n.pport of thrir beloved Formes, the horn? of Uriel wv exalted, uud the tribe of Benj imic exuluni with execding gr*?t joy. But ttiih was oot to last forever. The Ita iiii MK'A found their Garibaldi in the perron of Sl^ror M' 7.I0, who ia evidently a natioral man. and. like his great prototype, scorn* all d'pl < mn'ic shams and red up* hum'ougr lie straight way put himself at the head of the Italian force* which included Brigneli, Ferri. >miri. Sbrijia, Scola and Coletti. all sons of the !*cd of song r.nd annexei Mad a* Colsou. MiM Kellogg MUs Adelaide Phillies and Mil Vcr'?' mery. thiu uniting the three Powers France, Italy and the tailed State* ?agatot the Gtrmacs Like Garibaldi, Muzio does ost im mediately attack the metropolis He proceed* tii -t to the subjugation of the province' After a brlet 8<j*ies of concert skirmishes ia tbe interior, he opens his campaign at Phlla delpbia on the 19th of November, and follows it up w'.lh operations in Boston. Ch.trleMon. S. C S-m Orleans. Cincinnati abd St. L uis. whete he has engagtd the principal theatres We presume that early nect spring tb* G.ribal di of tlie Opera will proclaim himself impre sario frr.m Irving place, aau give the Germans ' the alternative of an bonorabie pea<.e or utter ex rmination, ai they may elect As matter* ^t?nd now, the people in the pro vi.ues will profit by our io-*s. They get the best compa.y that has left N? w York for mnny a day. it r tnpr t?e? the strength of the Italian attb'.lc ta'.ent ut present in the United -uU*. T be joucg and dashing impre-iria Muzlo, has s irrealities which will recommend him to p i lie favor. lie comes forward like '?n en tirely r.ew candidate for tin; Presidency, having uo f. 1* nd to reward and no em mies to pun ish I.Ike Garlba'll, he star !" in d!r?n op position tc the old form* and nsa(r??. ilia 1 .tr'ists are all rt'rcctly interested ia th" success of l.i? eot -rpiiee. Like Gariba'Ji* ? '..lien t\ej go 1: U .he work ? 1 or, 't. If the Ca vonrs little Nspoieons and Victor LmauueU 0' living plac* do not 3i.cceed in tie attempts ? which u-?y will undor.otedlj m?ke? to split up th?- Italia" artistic s<H iety we -ay jet?ee n fttll and ccn-jlete Opera company In New York, ur^er the direction cf the On ribald! of the < > ? On<' thing is quite certain if Muzlo re tting at the he .d of affairs we shall have some fte?h cperaa. It is qvite time that the old for ' and s stale Lu Bib; g c :?u#Cted with It were laid m ? high shelf. Muzlo, the opt rs'Ic Garil ik. hji >t the maafrrthe occasion. II? goes fi rtu U day .-onq-ierlrg nod to con q- sr. as we Icpe Frery true supporter of tbo rivlre art will join wi'b 5o wiebirg all euc C*? ' a-'!*'-1" l'-i tock* '!i u.ui: a.ic? A>tkb rut Pk.\nstlvas;a. Llkctiun ? Below we give a table showing the fficrfc ot tu-cko at the Ne# York rilotk Ex change btforv aud after tbe Pennsylvania elec tion, abieh occurred on the 9th inst, Indicating the decline wbiih his t.ihen place tip to the ?i7ih inst, or ia a period of eighteen days, or in tKu wteku and four days: ? Tfcfime 0< V. 8. Oct. 27. per cent. I' mud Hta?t> r>'s, '74 .102^ 100^- new loan. I02i __ _ ft t.m ?ec o V 90l 87j 2 Virginia Ii'k. ... s?0 j K8 2 3 Nt.itb Carolina (j'? 9KJ W 3| Mirhiiui i 6'h ... 7S4 14 ? Hlif.trum 7V 944 92 2< I hut. is Cen. RR. bonds <?7j 2j l*i? cilic Mail 6C Pl? a !?2 ? advance. Hudson River KB.. . 63| 67 j 6 New York Ceo. RR. 8H 804 7J Krie KU 3* 27} 10, li .ilt ui Hit 2o^ 6 Harlem Hit. preferred.. 41> 3-<i 104 K< ad iig Hit . . 46| 41 J 4 ' Miol.inau Gen. UK. t>*? b<n 94 Mirhi^aiibo. and N. I. RR 21* 161 61 Mich. bo. and N". I. R'd. 47 < 35 H|

llmoia Cen. RR. scrip... . K4 73| 64 ( I. ve. aid Toledo RR... . 4>> 22 4 Galena and Chicago RR T>J 67| 6} ciii., 15 ur. and Quincy RR tw 79 9 Delaware, L. and W. RR.. ? 91 _ I 'aim id a 123 120 5 The above table affords a pretty clear indica tion of what capitalists think of the Penmyl t :mia election and its effects on the prospacts of black republican success. Elect Lincoln, and the bottom of what remains will pretty much fall out. Stocks, like a barometer, al wajn indicate a storm, and the wt-ukest, being the most bennitive, are the first to descend in the fcale. In the event of Lincoln's election !bej will be followed by the descent of all the quicksilver in the tube? stocks, banks, credits and all. H is curiotip to coti:e the decline in the stock* of Western r .broads over which Senator .?vwur'l travelled. lit: told the people border ing tfcun that they were free ?ad also rich. They had made a large crop, which would do great things for their railroads,] that all they lacked, and which would nnon be acoom pitched, was to Inaugurate ''the higher law" and the "irrepressible conflict" by the election of Lincoln, wbich would put down slavery and the South together, lie thus travelled over and epoke to the peo pie along the Michigan Central, and its stock has gone down 9 per cent. He did the sam* over the Galena and Chicago, and it has fallen 8 per cent lie did the same over the Chicago, Durlingtou and Q.iiacy. and it ha* declined 9 per cent On his return he travelled over the Southern Michigan, and it has fallen per cent. To reacfe his home he had to travel over tie New York Central, and it has fallen 7 J per cent lie afterwards travelled over the Erie, and it has gone down 10 . It Is amusing to witness the convulsive throes of the black republican organs to cam tbt> blame on somebody else than their own parly. It is the administration or Southern agitators who have brought all this about. This ruse is like the conduct of an incendiary, who, after firing bis neighbor's house, runs round and tells everybody that the man fired his own building, and had nobody to blame bat himself. M-tL-ADMiNuriuTiox Of Ciuxrv al Jcsthf in New York? Tue Case or Hcrrt.? We desire to call the particular attention of the public to od? of the most flagrant cases of the law's de lay which han ever occurred, even in this city, notorious aa it la for such occurrences. Early in last week we published a circumstantial as count of an alleged fraud committed by a note broker upon a well known banking house in Wall stie-t. The note broker, it was charged. Upon tilt? tlUikMa iv bLvi CAK ul wf <ignt thousand dollars. After realizing the proceeds, the rapid financier proceeded to in vest a portion of them hi various faro banks up town lie played with varying fortunes, and, before he was arrested by one of the detective police, h?d lost about thrae thousand dollars Ue was slaoed in charge of the officer by whom he was Arrested, and we hare no evidence that a key has yet been turned upon the alleged crininal. No examination, such aa is demanded bj the statute, unless waived by the defendant fcf* yet been made by any magistrate. TV> case has been still further com pleted by the issuing of warrants sfaints three persons, reputed keepers < the houses where our financier made his In ^??ment*. After theee warrants had been titre days in the hands of the officer the per -*i a num-d therein appeared before a local n agist rate, and. with a princely air. offered to pit In bail for their appearance at tome future ay. The aagistrate was evidently penetrated tith admiration at thi# evidence of coodesren ion, and must have concluded that the giving tf surety by such e'^gait gentleman was a natter of ceremony which might easily be dis poised with. TTe remanded them into the cua My of ?' ? who had been looking for m unsuccessfully during the three days be fire. This ott:er. be it remembered, is nit a Sheriff* a deputy, but only a aort of ir dependent detective if the magiatrate bis nothing bettet to do. he will examine the caws of the gambtsr* on to morrow. When the matter between the note broker and the barkers Is to be s<ttled we are not informed IVbably. as the ofenc? is a difficult one to de tin- at law. the paAie* will settle the matter utbsrg themselvea. As this la?t affair is of no im portance to the pubic farther than that it gives onttber proof of loose way In which busi t <-s< 'n Wall street Is conducted, we may a? W.-U leave It wh-r? it is. Hut In the c?se of the alleged gamblsrswe have a distinct offence, dt fitted by law and rniish?d as n felony. The statute makes it the mty of the police to break t.p the gambling bases and to arrest the k*? p?r* thereof on tie complaint of aoy citi ? n. Ii is ?he duty c the committing magis tra'e to send the (.issaso submitted immediate ly to Ibe (Jnn1 Jury ?pd to see tbit the bail, be'h for wi'ns?-ea nud lefenduots, is raftcitat :< r. sure their ? , a' t*>e time o* trial The statute Is a . clsl one, m ?de to m?-et a rreit ?otlal evil mni is a plain a? the common (aw rpen ?xdj iHn ^i\ic?t person or pro p'Hy, Ur.t' ?!.#?*?? rln.utr.sth ;*s. ae a- then. ?jis t.-Ve i". tl !? fise i* he hr? ant .ie Tot hi* n Mii-ect* <? let letii'v tuw .n, the all >/e1 felo.i* -t( "pptared brfrre h ?> with evt frnfi!tr? The h ousel ther keep are v ! Vru ThL? i? fit the flt?t tl t. <? t; st tJelr r .mes have appeared In the sroe dlsrepatabW Cbu tectW) Why, then. d< 1 f-e tt* k r: } them t nc<Mc the Grand Jury Kerhsps the Oeoera' Siipefotendent of Poli e ran Ml afcy he did nt comply with the ?ern.s of tbe atatu'e anil roceed to break tip the b< "se? cf r ?>'?!?? d of. Or it may be t fiat i Lib; j* !?: %:?sry;' g t> pi-yj to: a CO.]' d'etat .^zr'Jar to his m^m^rable descent upon the -reet beggais A sortie upoa the bout h ackii o: the newsboy* would be worthy of his wril earned fame It aay be alW*g>-d, and wi'h some truth, that gumblirg Ciooot be prevented bylaw; but that bar uotbing to do with the matter ae to the aa gi*trat?'s duty, which is to administer the la* ah be finds it. without respect to persons. If he tails in this, be pollute* the ermine, and should be ejected from the beuch which he dis giaces. The particular cases to which we have alluded above we recommend to the special attention of the District Attorney. If he puts item oil till after electiou it may be too lute. RkUIHTIUTION of Votkh.i ? Imi*ortanc! 0: a> Comiuancf. with thk Law. ? Tomorrow and Wednesday are the last days fixed by the law for the registration of voters previous to the election. Of the importance of a strict compliance with its provisions our readers will be able to judge from the following calcula lions: ? Tliere are two hundred and five polling dis tricts within the city limits. It is estimated teat between sunrise- and sunset? a period of about ten hours there can be polled in each din trie* a vote a minute. This would give per minute for the whole of the polling districts two hundred and five rotes, or an aggregate of 12I!, 000 fcr the ten hours? thit is. anev.ming that no vexatious delays are interposed. Allowing for obstructions arising from accidental causes, the fair calculation perhaps would be that the total number of votes polled would not amount to more than 110.000. It is calculated by the republicans th it they will get at the ensuing election thirty five thou sand votes, being the largest number that th?v have ever succeeded in polling ia this city Supposing this estimate to be correct, it would still leave the democrats a clear majority of forty thousand. The Influence of this on the tt t&l returns of the State would, of course, go far towards deciding the result. It has, therefore, become a matter of anxious calcula tion with the republican managers hew they can pull down this majority^ Tne plia they have hit upon has a fair prospect of success un less those who Intend voth.g against disunion and treason comply with the formalities pre scribed by the Registry law. The scheme which the republicans propose to themselves is this: The police force of the city, which is composed almost entirely of their partisans, are to be made the instruments of obfltrrcllot and delay at the polls. As they know most of the voters in the different w.trde. the word will be passed when a dem .rat comes up, and his vote will be challenged. Un less it hsa been previously registered a great deal of time will be consumed in questionings, explanations and remonstrances. In this way it is calculated that the Union majority can be reduced to ten thousand or leas the effect of which will be counteracted by the republican majorities in the Interior of the State. We are thus precise in our figure* because we are determined that no one pro- , fesslng to support the Union ticket shall have ignorance to plead as an excuse for the loss of his vote on an occasion so vital to the interests and safety of the country. We repeat, that unless the conservative vote of the city be pro perly registered previous to the election, it will fail to exercise any influence on the gene ral result. To morrow and Wednesday are the last days on which this can be done, and any voter neglecting to comply with the re qulrrment* of the law will be responsible for it. consequences that will follow upon the success of the republican arrange ments to upset the democratic majority in our city. Stt mptvo thk Statk.? A correspondent h ut thrown out a mggestion that our merchants whose interest* are imperilled by the prospec tire success of the Lincoln ticket should occupy the interval between this and the election in stumping the State against him. The ide? is a capital one. Tke general stagnation of busi nern caused by the near approach of the elec tion leaves the heads of our commercial firaw more time on their hands than they know how to employ profitably. To what better or more useful purpose can this leisure be devoted than in travelling through the interior of the S*tte. visiting their customers and impressing upon them the ruin in which the trading interests of the North mu?t be involved in the event ot Lincoln's election. Here in the city the impor tance of the cr!?ls is sufficiently understood. We have bad meetings and speeches enough to make it comprehensible to the simplest under standing. In the couutry it is diif-rent; the people there have nei'ber tne opportunities nor the advisers capable of enabling them to ap preciate it in all its be?tlngs. If m*n of character and position like our leading New York merchants were to go amongst them and point out to them the direction In which their true Interest lies, It would exercise a powerful influence on the vote of the State, and in ad probability, save the country frem the peri's that meoace it. Tke Central Psrs on Rsiinlaf. Tin rtuimum. KjcwrwAHa aki> rhnrot-M o* TBI WALKS AND ?Kl\hS. ?TC. born* idea mi] be obtained of tbe p>>p*.arty of lb* OMtial Park ss a place ot reoo'l b/ the lAbabitaatt of iu? aietropoltS wbto W* State tb%l 00 Saturday tat'. e ??hi tboeracd ??r?r hmdre* sad Sfty padsatrl.iai. three baa .Ired aa.1 ??tnlr St* cqtMSlrHMU ud three lb > isae l two hundred aad ee?etter? earrta*-a entered me Pa's durtiif the day , op asnarUiaed b y aotuai c >nat bj persoa* 'tai^?ed M tbe different ootnuiMi U we allow on an three per* x? m eaoh eehlcle, we baea eighteen j lb oaaclWToa hundred and 17 s ? inh* , Park la oae day Tain, we ere taformni . M aotniiai u , r -rmpf oerasfu.- Prma tbe timber of rtiu-etrlaaa ilrrt I ab.>ee, It ?!ll We l<t> IM t6at r ?*e of tat-i*in -si an' ! eurclse U rat.Jlj ca ttw iti ?ase la Uits c)l j thai lb* I so la B"lf?r d?tant ahrn tb dr rm 1 and rtdca of ib? Par* wki p* esent on ao aftsrasta aw j ol tbc Bi<?t **??? to be Sf*o :? a*-.y pait of t ; ?(?rid; in lasi toe *< oa oa Bai-ir.ia/, * ii? ia* anmercut . t?> aiaiiaa U- r aaj Ihroufb the m- o?J*r p * drteea, wtib iLe the<i?u.rii at r? str ens vaoSenef fhtwfb to* Haiftbi#, wo? nm tl?* whole a I rlaf paaoraiaa ?ot l? b* essetied ta U..? or as 7 other country It was m>a n' tb extr, ksautlf u aa latm t, a tjaiaa; d*j? so et weetrrat.e of aa Asset tsea flail; the mellow ata' ipbeer tt MUM' "1th (o'^ea hi"' Ibe wovtiig f.ilnn of thf lotatrta;.* and tb ? ?khtf tastii iwaii'fc.1, a p Tib- d, pre ntod a p*rtnre tt t n Kla !<? he aorti 11 h* p??I tad A lit Iratidrpd co'tW be . Ila|ar:?( abuut ta* n. ti. -tae.-.i-m tb* t u f Msea we rt aW'MUag a i<i ri?? ^ il.* Iwai.lle* of tba r?rk, as If lbe? bad u?t?r Wlln*a*e< U<" titc btiora. Itierp wett r?Wf ? pbl'tfren tHSSi < - pr-t p? ? ? and ia> rr of the tt Mesrthts f '?as <>f our e|ii*., ?, waof* eraaeiaf itardtaad gliJnt rantafss ha*o Vttn ai *i>ai na. Weopwt and etbar hun-n.* f wrls t>-o p*at aunnaar Caart faliadar-Thli n?f. ?rraana tw at? Uaerit ? I'pri l?A^xraad .'or t^> ima- Tfc" da? ??<u?ud?? f >r h'Witay, v-ir^ah-if e, ??: 1* mJ) tha F?i la* t??- .nm Th- mnitU'.jr -abMirtar f?? N?Teaih?r will he r<-? t oa n .-?<iai P?*i i * t l?0. I*".**. |e?4 ISW, 1S?e isij ja-,/; ja.? is?7. |Mt, teas, i?.? j?.o, i'4? im l m i .r., in, id* i, in*, ??? ?BWI FRW! THK aiTMW II CAP1T1L. Uttpatrbfi from l tal>-Thi Polkr?( *lr LlkCsUi |a Csm lie U KleclMt?ri<> Killtmal M (lie South -The L?ai( Sale* la Ku<m, |tt>, &>., At . W ?.-?tthc to* , Oct 28 PC M.?p*rruw KBOM OTaU Hie War rv?parl ment 11 la reortpt of ? heavy nn:i tr x? Club The u in eaoffUeat condition. and iratlor* ? n- pmgrti 'Mg tu a ittiefcctory manner. Tbo tipedl I meg a^ftlL.t tbe led lam have thua far auoceolrd Ktmira hi), undaU oeg hope ls mtertaUed of ihe unciaa, Hon of lUt before the w'nter month* ert in An official, writing to lb? Administration Irom Clafc, ?tales that be la apprfbentlre tbat fjwe will agan* be trouble ui that Territory, growing out of lh<- eftjrta of Ike newly appointed federal officer* to carry out and aurora* tbe laws He Is of op nion tbat tbo koraiou* will not tt limit to the lnw* beiug carried out by ibe judiciarjr, A coofiiet. ?hi reform, betw# eo tbe two cppoalng elemsaU whenever an opportunity >i aflbrlel, msy t<tu M n peoted Governor CuiumlPf* bag alvay* awlH with tfce Mormutie A conc:1 at >ry courK oc bli part and tbo dtf flculuee which bare h?retoft>ro eiltlel may be partially, U not entirely, averted. LDICOVa'D POUCI IK CU<? l?R D< BUKTW l-HK?:>Birr Tom Cora In write* to a friend here utiuri.^ bid tbat evtr) lb in | wil! yet come out right Be **>s tf l.ncoia i? elected be will be one of lb* moot con *?>r rati ve Prow deuu tbat ever occupied the Wh te Home Rely upon It be will throw overboard Seward, Wiaoc, Hal* k Co , *rd take into h's council* the ?nn?l confirmative and b.gfc tored men In the country, Kortb and South III* h* lteved here tbat Corirtn apeakfi by the card H? recently puid a v if it to Sprirgtield. t ib iicrriM??i in rw* socth*iu> htavu Intelligence Bow? In on *11 md<* of fearful esciUmaat la tbp Southern StuW* on the luim'ieut profpect of the else Hon of Lincoln. The inmborflnaUon of the negroee, wbicb i* rapidly on tbe inereaee. faoa tbp t:ara? A gen ileman who arrived here from tbe South to day, eta'aa i hat Mtbuto Meu and Committee* of Safety are organizing all over 11.. South. In Virginia ttuy *? e eu.-olnug moo all over tbe Stste. anJ the re#?la- vult iiteei* drill duly Tb.- tour batter'ea of rifled carooa. twenty piece*. UUilr ordered hy Colonel Smith, will arrive u Richmond oojt ?eel-, with fivetboueandrevvtriug putJi* ana lw->nty ft?? bundled c-?ibu.'* E (.hi hundred barrel of powder bar* already gene on Tbere u do eiaggeratien in wi. tl?l* Gorcrcor Letcher docia-ee cpetiiy tb*' iU o ? ?cl u to su tain ?ny ?nverelgfl Stete ngalnrt f-lpral coercion lettire fros'. Georgia en> all partis* arc umtod far e<v)M ilon on I Incciu't election. No doubt i* enter! atnod here tbat in Ire* than *ntj- ?iays Mvtrwl of the tiotUinra dt^toa wi.i t&r? dirolred tsetr cor.ucct on with tbe gcrern lutrt Tbe rcc? i.t -v i?it of Pefree* I* male more g'.jpUtl corit by ?ne laf' tnat at tt^ t*ru* tln-e several la tlui t tsml lal'.r men fr->m tbe South aal Soctbaeet were lrt)o?n lo hoi prol^ngeO private coofar^nce* with tbe ri)>\iblica.i leaJer* hfre, amoufnt wh ui wal boater K in g of your State It is wb!-p?rsi that roe result of tl.oee conference* wag tb? conclug'on to pr??g ''f ^a Mb coUi tbe propriety and eipedlenry of olt,rla|. *o soo? M it it iu>o> rU't<-l that hi* elect toa t? a flr- a fact, the po?t ot SccrrU/y ol War to GocenL mo Houtioa, of Teua. No man Is more bitterly baud acd fea <>d by the ultra Ore cat'r* of the South than la tbe ho?o of Sar. J*nrtit->, ai.d no ose p"wn'*vs more fully tbe cooQJenoe or the obi Jocknon I'mon ni"n l ittle doubt ta ecter'.a-.UPd of t..'o ooUi g iuakicg the oiler. Tbe riccutly piprc*ie<l fj Uii>alby of Sw.-tarj' Coob w itb the proponed acttoc of tbo peer -iioniata, so g'.roo^'.y to cot trmat w !th b former I'uioa fc 'atlmeata, cauao* tbe Pn*1 ienl tbe greato'-t rtl troas. Apropoa ol tii La dt uiion mov>in ut tbere lb a<r?a4f conkiderabl ? rivalrr springing up among Uie (Tteo u re tp?' l.veiy of JeO Darw, Tuomb* aud Ww M lo the :perloi> fitneeg of tbeae gectlcm.-c for tha mviA rj leal et-hip of tbe acutbern fore* a. m KAM^? LAND BALW. NowttbfUnd^g the urgent appiicatloea for the poet (?ouement of the Kaaaae lau l, Uie Secretary of the Interior haa net regarded It aa proper, under the existing lawa, to eubrnlt the recommi Ldalloa to the Preeideot with that vU w, aa In the caae of tboee toon to be ottered in M,nn< ota The relief atggeeted by tbe Secretary lg tbat tf the 'an Jg of pre emptor* aaali not be eold they wttl have the benefit of Uu twelve month credit allowed by law for paying for the landa, which thai oeoome eut> ject to rr'.rate eotry Tli* Woodlkwit Km* mm, I/orvriUJJi, K)- , Oct 8?,l*M Tne Woo>liawri Otine ntce* cl< to day Kxlix wtc the ibree miv iie?i 0 c* Turj> ia aa^ ?*.' jnort '.a 7 ?AS Ud T 4#*. Markets. .N?? Uki^LXi, Oct 27, IWO. Cultoo? ta. 1 ic a; 6 610 baj?e, at 11', r. * 11 Wo -u*?r ? Trie-* ?ttfVr but quotations uottiaiifed Ma it>>l 43c ? 43o Til* ro> . of tbe marki'l unchanged F?v?? . ?4 ?<, 1M0 C< tioc ? -**i to-day 4 160 Im<, ft* prw?-e raagu-g Irom >Kc . to 12 *c TU-fw jvt Oct tT, 1*90 four dull Po?vd ?aU (,?bi<> l\-per 8A 62 >< WbMt ftrth e, ftt 81 *3 ft $1 4ft f?r rt"1. knd II 46 ft ft 74 r wh t. torn firm yollow 87e ? 70c. Provtaloaj n-ivi u u pork, 110 tO Lard if.; Coffee u.-iu Wtm V ??) Ju.. auiuii, On m > . r ???* vctiT.i li.fl tti ?t Kwi-So a*Jt* of nkv n. [it *bl'? fcicblfao m loU ftt $1 4> Ofttu mwh at ft 3d .;c for it ftt* M> <t Cm \ 1ft *%< ? 10 .**) ?> utaau t orn lull ftt'd oachanjcen ll?rl?y to irood d-mand fir prlnirt -le?U latada KV-i . .-law ti actin iy a<f lectod '11(1 lb* *ilrt Mr tua^e ftt rft'.or -ktoe "h ea 11 'MO Ooa&eia ?~<ftt? ffcu/ rowed fti 70r . 4!, .<00 buat?ol* Uai.a>1k Wrkt ftt b* fir *tvBe?t ana tic (or pr;a?.to ar.'ite. mew ji< It 000 ta 84dre ? pf tftK te 'jt Wh??tr?7? ' Mm AO bt ? ftt 'J2 'i k ? tc OMintr on r, im fijr rncjiaajM Wheftt Jo'! iMUftllM. whit* tl 03 a 81 12 & ' lull at 40c ft iSc Whl?i.'j declined l?lll<ic . t.S Mi c"-. ia fi?l denjtri; M 10 ft li per renl Bitot ?Tfcft.ig* -a Nea Vor . firm par c?et pttn i.'^a Ottitfv# Oct 3T?9 P M Fie r fl-n Wr^ftt qni?t n it of PI 900 'ov*bel?, *4 +4*- ftr N irthwetera c Jb, SIj ft 81 fi>r Nc 1, taJ 7Hc ft 78HC f. r Nj 2. It IU r*. Corn ? I. ?ft'4) Ml.) v^? l.;?h?r m!(? ci 14 OVO bofhrli ft". U? ia ?tore Oata ? '???ilj K-cr.rW? 4 000 btila tiour, 0t< 400 h jkhaiii ? Lrit, U *0 buftbrll corti 1* 0M> bcultola OftU Mfetp mrcU? 100 bbi* flour, 6 ' 00C bc?b?:a vb?*t > ' igbU 1c cojftfru cc.l* ?rrj<> n.ftdr ftt 1.' oft oom ftftJ IV oa vbfftt to Ilunaic. 3*bi crciiftuft as "itw , * t kt 1 per c?at prtm-uis r?-?* o.Oct i"?t P M. Do. r ucrliftcr . U to H for extra -wue Wbe?. Ii?rrr mlllrrt Lm :? Ihf ft !\kutkf?, ?h!'? U>? abtp; of 0.* mkr J <? reMrtetrd, cwtog to tt?- bifb -Me ef fmgbU ino?t of tbe qiKlfttiwta ftr? tept prlTftle. but trt kao*. 10 ne 'rwer tn*n tb> ee rrftili* pub!" xvilwilraltM'i So 1 Ktlwacke* clcb M tl 08, ftC At, ft M butbe^ Jo itkiftt, M prteftte tirtnn 15,000 bukL> '# N) 1 ? pnof, ftf.ftl, or. p-!r*te tensi; 8,100 b ihej ( ftc ?. ?, i ??'. St ti so, : m i ?ti i 6u ?t tl 8t; 3 T">0 bo?h'H Oftcedft Club, kBiftt, >1 11 0!'S Owi full: fftl'ft Iftftt BigLt 81W boab.?U u i ?. ? ftnd tli.iov oi pritftto un?i Bftrlr/ ta fair d* oavd Mlea, ( 800 bu?b(la prlsx* ?b!te Cai??? ft8o?'.,M 78c ; 8,700 buabela Tirontv. ?: n, M 70c , I 7,300 t ttietf ! ?? Qalate, ft*o?t at &*? T.ea aud q- c* ' fr?t(b'? mt iMtefftl; flu r, ITd artow* 14c eorn.I' ,c to Ne? (ork [<<u e ImpirUi? 18 1, BOX '?aafeeta ?b? . 28 000 b jabp!i c> "n fD anO bnab?U ba* V? 1 V 0 In r-:?rjt (Vtl e\jx U ? 8 M0 nr>.? low, ?8.8C0 b .f ?be e ?b?ftt, 12 #0"J tarbe'.a ci ?a, 14.1C9 Vj'jm Thi Olti to ms RiXToit oi tiis nx*4t.? Ob ?h# Mb inat y.c. w?ra pl???e4 lo f|e? imi retoiDlaaar c^a of !??m Daolola 71 lew'a Mnai , ?bc la ftc o d aollior of P.-r ittci.Mjr 1 -i*? Tb?i "?? a klM acd GMoeroita Mt m- tU? '.?iua of lui- a**t r?:erac as<d a a d?p?Bd*'.t datable* ! writ* to tb jut fbr It. al?? In erfrraa U.?tr *r?tli la to v. j"-a ?ona ?ho Uara ?o rkarM.f r^fniWIijiir it' A c<?f >r*tb.e roi-klaf 'Ul' hM tea" ?i?bat .to! f>r tbe old atraigtit b?ci?e4 ?* ? ft a'ip?ara ' Iked c,ii1 ?i>ora a wfti 1*1 ariftppar ' anirt ?w?r- - \w! a t "I lx at, ad tor a Barrow ?! lotuae fri . ?u..-L ba cc ?tM,tly ia daor*f * %Wi?* ? ? f ?<n t ?r.'7 tc ??j, le atoeb m !.rM.a.d he r?i ?ri c *t?uiJ-b mora diat.i.o,lf U?a. ? B,<?tba<r< ? ? U* ? ?? a, u? rti'ual) d(pri*rdaf ati 1 all ti,t?'l | it r?naiir catian witb bun e?e?r.e<l fOr a t'B* ho| ?? j .t >.4 Ma oa |lt<r ''it, rii j va f a? ati na * i-C' of ae*?nty ailnUra I may e?> w* ti tv th* 31 , aiiC to: a bole (kt,., . cf.t.i u ibeaatbrae ara ?**cm <i-*t tipot lh" rk'-i cm hj the dacgt I*' at tti? ?miii?, koi ib.nt irx ? u % r#ia?.<l llsb "Tit," I 'U nr "II tUrt if " *>k tt )? jHttfal? a ban.ltf ftbame? inat oae *> e haa oor bfttti ? , ftcu iMi'liCUd Ce l-'.o-ea v. . a i.?n ??{ ,r fathera, a' <'c d tie ?sft dfr?oi1rnl rjjrn a pp. ? ?< ? oa ifbterfur aub>.ei?aor win not arme <1 r.4 ^nM# ?Mitaabv t?? i n-e-ji tb? r Op -aa? ?* fo- , fee|tn)t \ ]e*a- -e alef f- r avl wltb a <?? f*. na ? ?? %t.* a i'?>erai b?at ? will tba. aM c*nie t" Mi a a*k'ir ? ho?e ai d ???>?? pnrtt..** aj'iil cjt* rl a', t V '< ? T intit Tt* p*t*a of a barrel ei flu" tr a tot of c**: ? "Itloll lor *c r?*4, ''H< U *t UU a;. tu. pcrr, haj py It b* " ' Ha that Latl a br- altfa1 "? ? ?ll aa blrarec for fc? featb ot btt birad It* t<?or 1 tve eot f wj^t tb-a * |* -.e enntp , ? kit,., I h- > .. 4 ?1 1 rapirly d?r!'nin| mWi tbe r*?> w* me ?od b?*i(rd ne to put tier tt lb? *> \j o( ;e,iir. ?>, n. nr>ki a?<l r>Ux-r eon forte fJT l-jr ?U)k tfer ?<>rfe, ahlefe ? ?llb tbeot.d'c, mi b^a , tcn^eaJeti, aad km her oftt?i< amtl at tiiia tin* v*r *1 ?**??;? asa to c. fupij with Uita and , M,? ?U<T"SilMr ! ' Ida T** * W' "W " H,