Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 22, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 22, 1860 Page 3
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"???"? * "e ?rtw?' f iftor Einanotl and Saribaldi. .Von >?'' *? ??*'??. oartbalrtt ta '..ikiuiW' 8". ?nil,B ystzss. gw 2??i,r?.stt& ?"tirv1! bad 1 ?*"'? ,b** '*? r. ', c. , 1!t:'? *?? wbiob .bia^.i Duuvf.,!11-!"' ?. Ur ibecom ? > - ? ^dthu kAti ? UKUO M? ^cuit WM?<* ?? -r2Sr,JSTb? . . ' r '! M^r.?a? fL -?- hart i??cn tha road ' ?' L ' "" . ?. Mariano and *k.'rt? Hout? ... ? .l.r>u*b * a,r; ,-?i at !<kii Felice I s*lv? wl ub r,r Se*i>u;.iaaa luV'ndad lo hesra tt?i ?.U:i<\ill h'ui> Vr'"u-? wbioh rtOp? ..??<? ? *U,DV.,, . ! oT tnu lianillano. Although b? *?*'' u' *Y?h OW ! ien at b?cd I O 'j ?dly went to aUa* %>'**>- Tisyr.sra - - - V *60? hlJ M**ty a,rlT,T1 ,lXr ' ' . .. u, s, tvolllaai ha J already retired, partly upon "X ?y alter w ,,e CNi, "bo r?oannel toexplalnio > ??' kowcyer, declared that ... :.e K?r">'*? determined vo flgbtaa Mi.. irwi| ? of h s royal ?w t btok - ibore ^ ^^?U? meanwb.le m. b'.e Lead.i'iarleti at a?*a? ... wholo of the f>ro* (M.UU. mho bad ooonauirated here be wboio ^ <" had brought vtcJr I -nanuel at jmjI Oo.onei ! * '??r J "? ?* ?P"~ . Tce Km* reoe'.vei ^^ssssz |?? - nwEStt "isr about lu or?*u ptU.o H^ tben^ aM^( , t* jouoi oll.wr how many 'Vj. lrn^'to tue c?mi> f<" '? >??.!* and Ma -or Calde?\ baa ret ire ^ ()f ^ wUo Uw Abrui. eipedltion^ I a , l.??r;ag c,,me har<^ tne nl aturted from 0*?eri? ' m0#uy in MB* <" red by (t<nu told MUwor: th*t t?ey lH.,? . i u?t? tbe oifiotai ST^ed I. U..,try of .t l.er- I ^,-,-?f- u !??> I" p.?r y-10* fellowi ????>" " ' * '' ! .?'? ; ore ? ' tSietii ?a? ?> irnt t ?i .;. ? !.. > r ? in- aioni ivrrule ? Hirr b _? ,.j h i Mnjeaty ?|j',uj ' ? bl> <" ???- *? ^*v ... fi,,; ? a b:it called rjuU L.M, l( *r!t.a n.,*i(|J * * ? ? . ,m reTte? Ibe K wr Croc*, and lb* tbe i ?.'o^ Al ut f? ? ld,I:,1??ln? ??Sfd Mly^'ur ??''Uer. were f ? . ? " ?'!<?? ^V an'j lltbnulh ^Tcrod w lb r.g., >*y c"' Vbv a bTuhant BU3, Oaribaldl aw-arMce.WWwred ^ wM acar ..?,>? ?l|bt. Tbo ee yiMedloiMt . hi nn ?? nf rximontoae offlwf tvurj ?:? ''' l i '< i !! p n, i l rftv.i ih\rttofttwi^n rvs's^s-sa^.i'jirtusa a i' * n rt 4 a pair )y bla American jr*y * h0 J M xrrng bl#U -or,. ^ca*ta;.x a?-d VJf^;\^,tt.05k!.*dt,CThe two peat 1 c->u.d ?ec by tbeir f* imlliffT"' o' affection on SfaS^wswsaaas ticard n l> ^hie? tbe 5is^rf"0^r^ :w . . .,, . flta: , wonli bo ^^re/^ariwerad Oaribaldl. ff* 'f;,c01n' V, have ?ttVmpMdBf expedition bad v^r l ^xb'ei Uen tbc Ll noble and generous of it. King ^rtcv;r^ lnirr?o?r ?? .v'C, U WM an w?'?l a""! earl?", I* feilowi forg?l tho ^ 7t ? *o?i| and n*rraM ng ca^alp .n * *r l 1V * mc, w\xo l eraoBlfled ibe cauat of tbelr V etor f manuel ^-^ a<4 V. ;h b.? r,-ept.on and wttea I t ' an.w.r. ^ure??r^"- * T C*1 w M ! jr V>\\>n* tbe t*^> ?U?* JoUowU* tbom *t Ut>iti**r Iowa. ^ B.u< D*? ^ij. . had d*C d^d to a dn ar.ee of t-enty > yard, the Kio^baa^ t? ?4 ?? ? stsir'a *r, ?? . ?4T() :l 0B gooJ autuority tb?t not Ui ii ?n? K Eg tb?t ne .? ?"?*; . . , tr;,t ^ ,,sr a?M about Kxr-T ; :.'u, r^muobTr fu" ?c ua.u .. ?' u- . V,a?r MHl l. j ?? ??) ?*r'i'd -bat 1 ?a?.*1. l,tirlb%1J1.4 %.?y U. ll, * meet or .? ?- ?-7tJ. V'V cipu. *. tb> a?K?.td return to .<?? t A??e , tb3 N-ap !:t* >? V' "?< ? *r ? - ' ? ... ? 't ai ' r.. ,.; r?? ;? "? tl%. r.%,."^.,lhae/l*r*. ?*ll?tly a. Sw W 1 " ' " ? ' ,w? u"n bT l" K,,DC a'*'n? u 1 .*i; 1. i'I.l* bcl<M- i t ?t*o?rmlee. - '' bar* been bettor V- hav; bad n ?', (Hr i in>, *bJ made tbem 'Sa ??rt rts? ?!?? ".SSKS if'"". "Mr il'-iri a ctioo fa- tbe Kin, i? diobey tbT'wU* b.' < I and in.noo we aba., ra^l. Sar.t | A; F! "" 'L \'yl ' .',.i . ti C.m nea' Obrm'i'iaao. h't | . . to ttr ' o! - O. tni(>ect^'. lb' ?>rtd?e *b!Ch 2* , .' fictrt *t -? . An??:o. and ?eol aa far a* y . . lr,, ?r rr uj i.tfpeea. Paraoo to N back k . .' \ .. .. . mmi? ai plaoe I'.iOMlf and?r ^ r ? T X ?? ?o b ? tbe 'i jeratioa. ci ti.< ? C-i i-a ..... ? - ' '??f.* ?' ' '?*''' * ' ' 1'in.ia 1 ,.M .., . rn It' ri:i.?rn >y wb>-'i ?urrouad- Capua ' mat ibe rec?| i: ?>. tbc K -? <?.t w.tb i on U?e bMM . . r, . - i nit ? urt ?* k , latVl] ta b ? 'a tb" oro" c ?t M.ate Crore Ilia frank ???' *r i-u ,it o'.bJ nff*i but Hl?4 omw BU.r,, li tar* bla Mai?ni) ?r?al y popular eren a mono4 tfe? . ! . r. are brat \g %r.-\ tri ,*?' kouoilta* It d the order \t i- potior*, ua . tutat biuea to i >to tne tufl B*' ** ? 1# o'clock A M. Thi' Oi . tu r T .lag* r Kb m ?* bar* ballot f >r aa tour M riti.at* J oa It i (hi b ? a k of th* Yohurai. at lb* IM'I ?f Mtxiai ? oi?i tnia of Capua. only a M Jajt ?(') tl ? u ueeap* d uj tbc Bnarhoa *rre j wt?bbaa ? !i ?ai tr?<r? of 'i# i b>uii? b .rni a .?? ,i ?:.cpa pi,.ndrr< V ca;na k-.HM, drop* dodtriyol? la cor arf.t, the daad* of AU:ka e*Ty ob :ra raaroad Wb<'0 a ? ir-a* tuitj botriraadiuf acau*a ?i ran taii r tbrra c..n; l *iiat ta ei ribz*4 Eirop* a mar. ?h< ? i.d lympaOtiiM* with t tt ctiiaa o' thai | ? raw-had dycaaiy of Map !*? Wb'lat I am a ril nc th'" : Cr *h pr ? ?i uf It * ? ia* t. ,t n>e a l<<n? imrf of the I tt bi motto |?r|?inM ly Uara/taa as 4 SotaaiM ' dK"-a Ahotl kitty of Uw oreu-li?* war* y**icrJar s*)f? f:? l ? r-o- n'??oa?rr mada looarJt (W'rt ?; l*!'an M< n- t of l>,? Sardinian ifht clral'/ arc " at now imt- eg aador tbr w u ioo <( th- i Mo. is 1 MMf Tb ?? MB a'ra. I of o* ag abut, bat tlx ??ar-baJd ?.,* arc as t ?uk lo riaan tre there tbat lLa i*? oro *rbcr<>o? ami noiaad to f..rfieen*r* ?? Why dffl yo-i | trra to o?;hi tfa.nat u ' aakad U > tr Oaldoai of aa ftafir.au Oorjoral jj?t ao? "Wall, ? r," knaver*! ha. ?a hta brokto Italian, '-fcooana* my cuioaei ?<ot ai ao*a. 1 ar> a prlrato la at: a lau'aa r*f I ?Mat, and ? > r in. .lb* vjo I ?u l?-ap*U-TM rum TVwatr to ->ia tbr K**poiian 1'Oiy, mi a batrh Oi e*o baadrad ol my friio? aotttofa '? Th*. you wi.lafrer wtb mo, I* Ota "aartot ir.w-rraroooe In Itat'aa attatro. for !a aoou ? rot a Md>tr con leara hta rriira'at b? ic< or<J?r?a tod aioym* fu-oridr iJo-r l?> P ibt af (act afwr Ih# " o' V a'raaoa tba A m u?a (orarcmr .t 1 i at, tbat ? o&i 4 to avail tbaaraiaa ot U.ioa uui ItoJIaa tyaot* cf br th<l t . ma?r r tba lallaaoto It ; ?.t *l at sofr?nan At !<aploa, th??a?ya* t a,-? *?1 ant! ? -ro- nf ia? prtMara katra ?>l H no at Hat ia.oo w tba l?i of O.rtobar, an I est of ac? buartrart wbo m-rr it . a la lb? rvl? iX ,>?l mo. y wara aaul by A iktra altbonfb ney fc?.l aol yat NaM Um>" aapiKila. oa lnay w^ra m.at y B h?m aaa au.4 It ? no to Ut'ia wara front la. lUaaia pnoTia;? -r A? *io i ? Ur: ? on i* Ue our arr .a bar* ftlr-Ur ?? board th?t i ,? S??, arba ?aa on fctt ??? lo - aaa at Hie b?vt rf I lb# fcorlh m<i th.- "tir'TiT artr C.'nr?va kh I 4o(aatM IWr 8a Ual ?l?a n J4 0C0 m n ualrr b>a or aw, ! I dt b? Jd ait b- c( half of in* i. ?otobfu.'O Sro??vttaa m r>iat*i?l ot taolra halia. I . ? 'd Cofftolor' , ? in <? ?nt hattrr??o of a-l ?r i Tbay arafw aaJer i.?e.*ra' .ik rkb? ??o "cutiidri lb parooa Tn. Hra?" laj ? Ur Cm tjopiabrr oal aittf nltooatoor kdtalc*J . rm c< law. fn a tb ? bin? th?? ??o. ra*.r?4 t>ark.-^? -*a?t *tai% a t war |<iw* I*r b-Mt^ tlrMrt of \ Utr ?; ??*??-! w -r? Mtvra'nfa ?oaa?,iaba4 ? ?<b. ul tba o.tf?^,?ar IhMti ..ataoa or?r ba r b'an|ftoka.l > a M '?r ?? .-???, t ipu tat (>Mr?r b*d ?? ta Maria Jo. .a P P .^r aMfi <>' ii.r^a y* .? .?'.a kb* r ? jimun .oUkmm vt?., Oat'. ? an. I v. ara tovo lf t?tdro?fto<J Tua Mtlavf to# itnar amy. rvctil tba rkrnooc of tiafxtk, ? n> kayood tk* r ror iiar'?..ar.. Th* N**pa> Uk eomoiailor la obiof aot ha? a? ofarad baUM to tba Tw Itao.iloao ?atr (trooa. oa ?uat la rr toal taaf w , act Ok tb* deVna.r ? ao t*a rlfbt bank uf tb* ?iar ( .? ? ?. U Mttag, jwrbaw. ? AoOOtan atatokrawoi aa ib Mr ? imuior t arrttoi of Koroyao# d'ptoawr Fraa ? hkrlnf i*r. aal to r,>? if CIO* tao blocka to of Utfto aa l b*i l?f| to fbay ?ar b*ro, |.roi?atr I af a aat tha ? Taatnot bowhar.l n lit of lba< ptaro tbrrr it mr dnubt that yran^i* It oa* ?ul> b >p*? of a bettor fair, aed h* bto aoaerd!B?iii i*c <t? I a >t ik pal to )*,pmriy b a fkltbfnl ariaf of hr <? , Ik R* tbi* ?t t ?ay, yoo may dopokd oi*>a it tnal tba Kiaf ? n n ( to otrtk* k blow baforr tbaar ha^ra ar? raatia?l 1 8* ar ruMaaaU fur emaalM too Uar giiaao bora a'roady boaa ?adr. aad I lk<mld oat atoodrr ai ail If by tbi* aaaota ( or tn-wmrrow ataralaf ( taMlal afcrr Id baaa it tank ad th* artrracbod raotp obicb ta* Noap?lltaoa kara got oa tha ] atbrr *i4a of tba rirer Tboy bar* tbrooa up aumrroak aarUiworkk all around tba roraaloa of tha Roman th?atra ] ?ad aoipti'thaotrr, whlrh Mark Ma alio of too city of #tsUri4<r I6a P:?daoB!?iW txr?fitm bo Or Tar, know how to take redoubt* *1 tbe point of the bayonet, to thai It will b? an ru; job Tor tbetu to storm IMee positiooa Whilst Victor Emanoal )? thus sa(*??-t la crossing t*>c Gar gltono we are buay under tbe wails of Capua Y? teriay , a messenger with a tl*g of truoe was eeut by Ueneral Gar baldt to demand tbe surrender of tbe plaoe u tb<- Kii|'i Dame. He waa received by ? brlak Ore of shells and canister, end this wai the >>uljr answer given. Later at night, however, two Neapolitan officers oame to |H <a Maria, and were received by General * Rjcia. The* t>id him the', the commander of Capua waa deter mined to defend the pace to tbe last extremity , and bury b mac If with the garrison under la rums the Ptadmon Iter general told thea that the oomssuntoatton wltb Gaeta being out off tbe position of Uapaa waa hopeless. He aojurcd them to oootlder well the character of the | preaent war, that It waa a war of brethren, and that every man that wm ahot by tbe artillery <>f Cap?a might be oonsldered aa needleaily murdered By them. 11 waa of no avail, and the tiemenlooa tire which baa now been opened on our oaap of Caaa Bruo clata shows that the urgent appeal of Seneral delta Rooca did not meet with the deelred sucoeee within tbe walla of Capua. It la therefore decided that we shall bombard the place, and our artillerymen are already preparing to do so. It la a sad nec?aalty, but It ta a neceaity, and, as Victor Kmanuel laid, the reeponiiblllty of tbla impending catastrophe rests witb tbe commander of the p ace. A large number of English tourists flock here every (ley, and of course apply to the only correspondent who la now at garibaldi's camp: that is I? say, to your hum ble servant This mom itg I received aootber visit from Mr Arthur Route!!, M P., whom I hal the tioaor of pre senting to Garibaldi. The Lamo of Kussell is too popular In Garibaldi's <?amp to leave any one In doubt Iio? tlie Honorable number was received the Marqu a of Ds wn ?h're has also arrived wltb bis family. Gsini and Kbh on Lsag Iilaad [FrOOl Use Ureenport (L. I ) Welrhtuan, Nov 17 ) 1 no number of quail aiul partridge (properly grJise) cow found In the Qelds and thicket* of tbli pirt of tbe eland is unusually 'arge Tbe last winter was entirely (roe from deep snows, srd otherwise flsrorahle to ">e ' ucrease and security. Numbers a'e now daily ' trappea m sr arcs cr sbot by gunners an J sent to marHet. ino opening for sportsmsn in this line Is believed to be vtry tine Geesr and ducks Have been and stll are pl"?>?y ? Moitauk Excellent sport has l>een had there as yet bat few ducks have been shot either In the bay or In the <our>u, ibo fall season not having fairly commenced. TVer bare been killed Id tbe middle auj western parts of the county slnoe August 1 In considerable numbers. We beard of three being killed by one party one day last week, near Rlverbeal. It may not be generally known that these graceful and agtle dani sms of the wlllerneas, wboae retreat has been supposed to keep even i>aoe wltb tbe advanoe of ctvlllzatloo, ?till eimt in numbers on long Island, within flfty to seventy miles of Ne? York, whence a few spirtamen come annu ally. "Ml dog and gun,'' to hunt tbem. Tho Legislature bar legal sed tnntr pursuit after tbe 1st of August, bat the Brard of Supervisors lately paaaad an act restricting tbe ttn-e of buLting tbem In tula oounly to tha month of No vember By an accidental omission, however, the nexe sary evidence (f hiving tbe legal two thirds vote failed to b< inserted. A case has bean deolded at Rlverbead, In wbtch the prosecutor waa nonaultel on thta ground. Hence tbla taw, framed at the lnatanoe of tbe buntara for the protection of their nob'oet game, ia Invalll, and eve rybod) ta at liberty to bunt deer at any time w thin tha prescribed statute llmlla. They are reported to be quite plenty at praaent. During the froaty nlgbts of tbe paat fortnight we un derstand that large quantltlea of striped baaa have been taken In aelnea along the eouth shore or the Island Co fortunately, the more tempting attractions of the city market, with tbe eaes of transportation, rob u( villagers or sll chanoa to share la the luxury of this royal dial) from tbe sea. We heard of one haul at Southampton or l.tOO |iounda, which were sold for Ave cents per p-iun 1, realizing tbe nice little sum of 976 for an evening'* work of six or eight men. Rather a pleasant way of spending an evening r.ccaslonally ? In fact, almost as agreeable as a quiet game of cheaa or wblat. Tit* Long Island Ttltgnph* [From the Uret-nport (L I ) Watchman, Nov 17 ] No wire haa yet been afetcbed, former itatoinenis to the contrary notwllhatanding A portion of It la now at the depot here, wfcence ll will be began to be atratched In a day or two. iDdeed, tbe po'ec arc not all ap yet ? tboee on tbe new track from Jamaica UT UunUr'i Total having been deferred. They will be pat up In tbe course of next week. Tbe operation of atreichtng tbe wire will not oc cupj many day* Tbe branch to Sag Harbor I* to be built tbta fall. A quantity of tbe pole* hare been taken to Shelter Island, and a load will *oon be landed at Sag Harbor. A (ubmarlne cable (tbe ?me a* tbat oaed iu laying tbe Atlaultc cable) will he laid serosa both ferr'e* That from here to tbe Idand will begin at a point a little west o{ tbe depot, * here tbe anchorage i* pooreat and ?cast often arupht The line will sot be carried to Montauk tbl* fall, bat will atop at Eaatham or *even mile* beyonl Sag Harbor, whence expreaaes will be arranged to 00:1 vey Intelligence of ary diaaatrr along tbe coast happening tb'a winter By this mean* the new* can reach New York witbm a few boor*? an Important advantage Tbe Ofllce for Itrern j">rt I* to b? located In tbe Wyandaok House. sul Will M tended by a yonnf lady. A branch ' alro t.i b< bunt to Fire Island, where the Associate 1 Pre** bf New York hare aires 1 r made preparation* to obtain (wlib carrier p'(e>c?) new* from tbe ptaing itnamtr*. Tl>>* will anticipate their arrlral at 4andy H >0* by *:x or e .ghl bi ur* eu'. neb an arrangement at M >otauk w >?>: 1 *?rvc tbe purpo*e far belter, a*, In bad weatbar, fog*. Ac , a giln if a wtile day or more might osaetiae* be tflirteJ J ___? HMWt .1 "63 "Kra* Labor and Frt* Homes." from Ibe Newark Evening Jouma1. Nov 19} v lj wi* the republican (lag, bearing tbe mottoes, Free labor and free Homes,'' which wa* nung over final Uriel a week or two ago taken dowt' It abonld be i t turned by all mean* a* iu aptMarmcce would be ti ry coraol'ng to the diacharged workmen who now hajot Um crrcsrt of tits atraela io grwat number* Will lbs Mrr^ury *rc tbat this ? attended to. and also infirm tbe p<( j It where to ai'plj for "free labor" this waiter. Weakly Krimrt af Deaths (l the Ulty and Oounty of New York, from lbs 10 th day or Nsvimlier to the 17m day of November, IMO Mrr.t-0 wiren.BS buy*, 103. girls, Ti? Total. 344 tdults, 164, children, 179. males, 133; fvaalaa, 102 ootored persoi*, 6 DSira* rmoM acrta nieaaja A(?pltxy .... 3 faver, scarlet ...13 B!ce<!;og from womb .. 1 'ever, typhoid 7 B-onrhitta 3 Fever, typhus 0 t'io era infantum 3 Hooping cough 3 Cholera morbai I Inllammal.wn of bladder 1 yegest'on of tbe brain. 10 Inttammation of boweM.. 6 CjEg'-H.on of the lungs 7 Iiittammal.un of bra.n . . 8 C<Mvulslon(, Inlanllle... 31 Inflammaltoa of baart . 1 Croup 0 inttammation of liver... t I' arrMra 3 Inflammation of langa.. Ik Diphtheria 1& inflammation of throat. 4 Dysentery ft Jamd'.os... ............ 1 F.pi'.epSy 1 Measio* 1 Ft ver. puerperal ft Flsur'sy 1 Fever rtn.iULl 1 tteallpos 4 Arphyita. 1 Maifbriuallan of heart. ?. 1 Burned or scalded ? Old age 4 CasbaltlM 4 Premature birth ft Cyarc*is 3 Mrargutated hsrsia . .. 1 Oelir'uni tremens 1 Hu angulation 1 Ornwred 3 "orocatMc, aoc d*ntal. . 1 Intemperance 4 Suicide by drowning . .. 1 Lockjaw 3 ? Mat ?????33 niTB raoa OaSown u >a 1 1?? Absres* of liver 1 Dropsy Is tbe hoad .... 14 ' Albamtnarla ard?r ghl a Fxi.?rr*tneat of Mart ... 1 c*ea*c J kidsiya,... ? Faltv liver 1 Asthma 1 Heart, disease of ? Cateer 1 Marasmus, aduit 4 Caocer of the brraat ... 1 Mara* mus, infant lis. . .. 23 taiictr of tbe long* ..- 1 Palsy ? lancer of tbe ?t? ma? b . . 1 Rupture of tbe heart. ,. 1 Dane, r of tae liver . .. 1 Kupture of the s-irla. . . 3 .Vb lily, adult 4 Sir..fs!a 1 tvb i ty, infantile 3 Tumor 1 Dropsy ? I ioerstioa 1 ; ropat In tbsrbest. .. I ? Tow 144 B-*'n and nerves M Premature blrtfc ft MMHMM orgaas. .... ? Stomach, bowels aa4 M?art and blood vessels. 1ft other dtgeeu re orgaaa. ftft Largs. throat, he 113 Uncertain ssat aad gvas IM age 4 ral rever? 47 Ss'.s, be , aad svsptlva Crtaary organs 19 Tot*).. 344 ?Of which 3ft war* froa v'olent oauaw MM I jder I year 74 3> to M year* tl I to 3 years 37 30 to 40 year* A3 3 to ft ) rwr* 41 40 to ftO years 37 ft to 10 years. 17 10 Vo 40 jeer* 13 13 to It years ? 40 u> 70 years S3 It to 17 year*.. 4 70 to 30 rears 1 17 U) 33 years 3 30 to 30 ysars 4 ?0 to It years 13 ? I vs. 344 ?A9MISUB I ig and ? r*'"Man t 4 franc 3 Ts'le.! >?Utes 333 ?toraiany 13 I u known 3 irsiau 37 ? Tota: 344 rrsur tasvrr-now* i c<b *, ? *' a i*Asd 7 stand H wpital 3 It rtur Hospital 10 feeitealiary H wpttal 3 ty B?plUi 4 B.anrweli'* It land... J C iy I'r aoet 1 * Tia<val * H<wp'U'.... 3 H tr n Hr'ig 1 WaH'a tsiaad tm r raat Lar.at'c Aevlaa, Stack H. writs 4 esll's talsod ., 3 Bt 1 w?yk * Asflua ... 1 X i'*e'> at. i Lhild'a H a ? pital....... 1 Tslal .......... ......43 waaas 1 13 13 11 ? 1 13 ...II 3 1 14 10 4 3 13 3 ? It 13 17 ? 14 IT 8t 7 17 13 31 ? 3 13 ti 3 34 m 33 M 13 11 37 U 17 33 13 !*<?' 344 It* s saber of * salts asapareo with Um ag Ml M 1*W aad sf last wwek "as as fbt'owg ? Wsak aidlag Nov 17 l?M. . ..4>7_ bn-ressr Tl fOiatta fyaa* scuts disease .. 1741 KOT. 1?. Uml - laesa. .117 . 331 1 '? s? tarsal nausea, %r II) ?? Sl .I' tta?ws l*a ) Nov IT !??. " r> ? dtaaas .Its 344 " J ?? r*ier al.w.*ss.*t 3t ) ln **DANnb-/ "t ^ "u5UVAii,ci?F Hi* ion, not. it, iaaa THE SLAVE TRADE. Tk. C?M of Uaw *?????* ' ??rk l"1** mns states DI8TK1CT cocrr. Before Bon Judge Belli. NOT. 19 ? TV Unit* I SUU. t M. Ou Slaur Kaf?, P La^cKxtmant-Tto libel ?? V* 0 (>eVob?r, 1M0, and repre^nl. lbs U. UM t?el, wlib ber lading and equipment, on atavge ol eiwl?| In lbs ????? ***"" _0Tei for , dli T!i? answer denies the charges, an charge lro? the libel. ^ Capt. John Faunce. ol tbe Untied - ..The perl of Harriet I-ane, was the Ml- ??., the government. He IMO, the culler ud deposed ^.ive o'clock of, was lying off the UBderwelgb for ibat day Ibe *<*"' ? ginkl punt 1 ?n tbe Hoc*, where jm? ou d .covered tne cbored ber; about font ? ' fae iteaaltng Yankee, bark Kale approaching, in low Ma;n(,l!e, wblcb and a abort dlstoncs la advan w|(k r^ard to tbe -r??te<i s^me eMP16'08 '? ^L,< tbe Homer aboale I got bark Kate after .be "'^Tune for tbe purpose of underway wlib wben 0H tbe bar 1 oame up speaking and board ng ^ ordered her to atop, aenl wun tbe bark, b*^ board, and ordered bim to an offloer (Lieut Consiabl ) ucbar h? close by the tvkc tbe Kate to ? * the ln| )Ugnolla then turned Harriet lane on "r up Q^e eMl .ide of tbe to oome bsck to 1 ?g coney Island lcrosted the bow channel: having the Kate In tow, to cut off the of tbe tog ' alongside of tbe latUr vessel, hailed Magoo'ia. I ca? p^ 6" w.lkMd to comnunlcate teri Ih. ito^Sr w ben I sent an offlaer, Lieut ^re.tonb^arTwub tb. same orders as for Yankee ; Sfhln 1 came to anchor off the Battery the Magnolia came up, and Lieut. Berrett brought from her tour "r ?T# ?oLs to lbs Ba-rl? Une, after being there some s^iurmlick?*(kutss oobTplaee on the Magnolia objected to by defence ) Mr. H?r, r* Da Coeu was the next person whom I recognised, having previously taken htm onthe i bark Jr* _ ,(nM /o^ieetion made to My teatimony, n cepl foMdenti Beat ion , about Da Costa.) 1 amsted ?a Costa oo the Bramln fir being eng^M '^be^ave tradsi; t new more of the other parties, wben these men cane on board I asked them down to theoabU' ami aft*. sow* conversation dismissed the* reynlnlng ? IU oosw, JElSSi" >?. the Marshal ordered an examination, and afte. waras -h.n Vhe lav at lbs dock; there were Ihree or four wben she lay a? vu? tbe namo ol ordinary trunks on the Kaie. wun H.?nr4oo Da Cotta on tbem. (OPjacwa %o mm ?w^i / Fn&mtned ttaflM trunif ; tfoey contained wearing appa Sr. sr..v,?, : as room: there were two lUKwoomrlsawno i. MRln or othM kUleroOQl: ibflFC CaOwUcB A S SSSrSasssA:55?SMt's?r KSd?S.^ u? !2^^T!S."!??'.?S2 go ouuide the harbor. Not 30 ?Several witnesses were eia?lnad. bal_ lbi testimony wss similar to that reported before tbe United ^r&TXswern for United Sutes-l am Oe n; ili, djtr'ct after se.iure of Kate on fltb V? \l is^ ww^thoriil 'w break out the ve?el and cargo ^ter monUien i?ued ; Hie w?t over U . AtonUc ^rr.utrboT,oat 5T BitTX & xji sjs^t do7? ritchers cot i n mat .rest foun4 a few lanterns the k^s were down when I went to break ber out; wh-n SJkiM en the tsuiL Uat:h i found a large coking stove, i r sr?s: SmewtfetoTsiewed in Wheelers store; Ifousdiwoor three more wster casss than are menl.oned on the njanl^ r.* wster raaks In all-frrsb walsr; I fo-iad "oVrt Crdi and a !o; of scanting wiTa^e' wa"? JnT ,STe?;^:? ^ tBa' v'fi^ it wM a 'ery itrre l , U would bold at less? twoor three bogaSada, probs^more^ tte butts are included In tbe eignty-s.k casks; the Kate wss r>Ar tfc. re wa. so deck laid there the s-irfacs of lbs Ert"r hariwsre itey er'nta'.ted six sheet iron ***,' r rx r a bai - 7^ th. bea-b sand is not on tbe Buulfest I saw two barrels of lime sot on ihe manifest; h?lf a barrel >f n'ub^ v* V. U?? ?anif??t tbs iime -as l ack, pul -x zxz, ?ss.'sls^ f rr: .^v Sr?xr.':^ sus ,,b< ibt Brahmin with I?OwU. wai eoir)Cj*l ( .u gs ro_w tbs o fl?r out ) oilers MdWmMt againlt Pa Uwia for tieg out tbe Kate ; (?*?!? ted) The case was again ad) jurt-d. Board of Baparvtaara. Th ? Beard met rutaday afursoos at tbe nasal b>ur? SvpcrTitrr 1 ttle la the ebair. Ptewart A Go'a bill of f 1 029 20 lor faraiablag Court of Cttnaca Plena waa reee rod as I orderel oc H ? A petition waa re? rd from Ibe rtcor l lag dark* id tbe County Cltrk 'a ree, aak.cg as lacreaaa of aalary. R.->rreJ to the O mm "tee on"( oanty Off. ?? Tbe bill for fcrreea ?>f tbag ?rd at tta Ontiniy Jail ft' m January 1 HMMV 1, atm> xtting to f I 044 >u pr<??inil asd referred Tte bill o< R < ?< raffcty . aao-.Ltleg to SCO. for poat'.ng Bator 'a prorinn.ali' i>e reeelwd and reterri't Tm |*m <o of Abiatam l> Koaeei. C ty Judge. foe aa appropriation of two thoiearl doUar* to reiai nerate h m' 'or the eij *t?e of additional n.ert b|r* dur'ag b* taraa of affile, waa rtc* red acd referred to tbr B| propr '.ate r< mantle* TteCon.ftr* ttr'i report ahiweu tte balacc* t i Nor s to w mat to K74 601 n B?c?ipta mjm <?>?> fcta! 01 344 141 oo Pa) metit* 1M 149 90 Balance Not II 91.230 391 61 Tte report cf tbc U aaitiee ?* O unty OlVoea la faror of acrraecg the aw am* cf J ho Poyatoa aad Jama* Mr -v. ngh, eleraa in tbc Oocnty C?rk a offi:*, waa tak?n a / and recoanaitted a number of petition aek.og relief from taaatiia waa received and r??tr-ed. Tte Board adjourned to Toeaday neat at litre* P M Tile New York Poet Oflli a. | From Holbrooke' failed ?u'.-e Ma |.) The follow rg w'll eb<w eon! of tae efts al tr*a*?etliae of tbe New York Poe. t>(H:e for tbe year eod eg + n>t'm ber 50. 1*00 - Tbe et i. re aaoaiit aeern.og from tta eale of po*ta** atampa aad item pel eavelopc*. co.ieri, a a' pixttgioa sapaid foreign letter*. pwtage od pr.&ted matter, t> t ream Ac waa 0904 131 49 Amonat of atampa atd (lamped ecrflopee ?? Id, lae at ad ta tbe aboee, MTS 331 09 letter* mailed tedep*e4mt of tbo*e oo-airj fmm otb?r of oea to b* reamledor * diatr'buled." 15.607. CM Utter* received by mail far de.irery in tie t t. 1* 340 000 Letter* received f r "dletrlbulioo" (rem vie t to otb?r oflioe*), aot loci od eg tbnee fro* California j i>8 oou (Irr filar* mailed. 4 ?3I.MT letter* delivered by rarrl-r*. ? 0)0 60d Reg'eterad letter* *ent and ree?lred 172*11. tetter* ae*t to California, leaning tt> 4* re?* red ftoea "tier offloe* to be remallod, 490 "H Letter* 'eeelred from Celiforn'a by (darner*, Ise'al at tA<?e to be r*aaail?l ta ether offUwa 100 kht. loeeiga letlera aeat. S 943 4lt leroiga tetter* r*eeirel, t t?7 Ml Ixwfead aaall baa* aad cairaaa mii ? (i pr nted att 1 Mr made *p aad deapat^bed. *bmt f?4 Wt locked aad raareaa haga rear ired a* >ot 3*0 000 t'?Aed aa bag* aad eaaraea baga a.ia peui.al mat ter rent to California, aboat S 40u. Pi re gn aaall ateaaier* arr red. 3*1 depirtet i'S Total. 4*T Number of f'erka emrloyed. 8'* -tier atrr er?, la elaAftig M collector*. 117 Tttai Ul A ana parte -m wttb former reenta abow* thu the r >? reapoadeae* af tbe coaatry about dmb ea ta etgfct yea * A* !t*w roa ?? Int Xwerarr.o^ ?? It i* kova that tbe large ebirt aaouraotoriea >f tv>aae-t: -at, lie?t*d pr:*. aipaity al New Harea a .d K?nfor i . i -ad >ut Metr wara j to a great diataaea. aad affird emplat neert f >r the tela .re boar* of many haadrtd* of feaa *?, ore ie tae laege . aoabor of ragnlar ahlrt max'-r*. wn?? ? e riei>ead*a-e tt oa that braarh of bue aeea im -ti oib<r p ar?e heea ailwd by tb?eaterpr.ae Mreenp?rt acd Rtrhor bare part cipawi large" j th? markrt 'or three astna Mtf.iaad at the owiag f toe pre?'<tt d:?t irhaaee g'. wiag , oat <4 tbe abol ttoa ag ut'oo. nrdere haee reaaet ti ooae ' la, aad tbe aaonfaetnr'ea bare Hren * Tn?d to diaroeiiaae much of their work We oad-en?nd wora bar heen a*ot tare tbat aa BK>re abirta a?et be e*>*,-ted th a winter, aad coae aa*e l?e?a recolre^ far two o- tniea wcek? Pacta of like import are da ly oocurr rr a I arer ta* WerlA 1* it aot tlae ta aea if o rge- p? ta?a'l taea earned fbr ?o'-gb '-w^rr*n?7e?, i j , fTafcHaaa 1 A;t. IT UlUHUnf fro* C'?UfcnU?" Ol'B SAX NUHC1BOO OOWtael'ONPKNCI. Sis Frajkisoo, o?. 3?, 1M0. Appalling Record <f Orint-Mvrdert, msUHmg 4c., the Order of Ou Detjf? forgery ?f flownwt Draft*? Chapter of Accident*? Horrible Mauaer* im Am rraneuco?lkru Pertun* Hacked to Death? D**rwM*e Fire t?Xfw* from Oregon, etc. The record ol crime during the put few weeks to (kit. forma if really appalling. At bo former period la the peat Ave year* Have so ma ny deed* of Mood stalasd the oharao ter of the State la such a brief spaoe of time. The puWIe mind u io much engroesed with polltioi that the same amount of horror la sot experienced aa would be the oeao under other clrcumstanoee. Something siaini to bo wrong; but people do not pause to ooaslder. I lead here a Kostlllsofl, attach* of the Russian Flnanoe Depart ment, and P. (Jo lo Tine, captain la the Rosslsa Imperial Navy, arrived here a few dsys since on their way to Sitka, and thenoe to the Amoor, upon buiineaa ooanected with the government. A mah named Henry Wilson was arretted by the Unltod States Marshal on Wednesday, for attering certain forged paymaster'! certificates or drafts. Most or the papers have It that he was arrested for forging United StaU s Treasury notes, which was far from beiqg the ease. It was, and Is still supposed, that the chler, and perhaps only guilty party, was oas William Smith, aad ltwasdeslnd that nothing should be said of the matter, so that a ful opportunity might be given the oftloersto make his a | rest; but, either purposely or careieesly, thsaflhir was liven publicity by outsllsrs, and thus the mattsr has *een made prematurely public while Senlth la atlll at large. Mrs. Maria am lth, of Nsrada, was burned to death on Saturday laat. The Ore waa aocldcntal. The wife of Rev. Mr. Huntington, a Methodist prssebsr, residing In Marlon county, Oregon, waa thrown from a buggy during laat week, and was so severely injured that ?be died In a few days. * It has been ascertained that the two men killed at Bee eon's ran oh, near the Mokelumae river, July IS laat, were J. C. Russell, of Buokeye, and David Selser, of Cow Creek, Shssta county. An atrocious murder waa committed at a faadango l.ecse in Oak lead last Monday. A man named Joha Ooane waa killed by a Mexican named Ramon Raimerei. Three dreadful murders were oommltted In thla elty last Tuesday. The wife of Henry Johnson, the proprie tor of a milk ranch, their daughter, aged thirteen, and a servant man, named William Cooke, were fbund with tbelr skulla cut and their bodies mutilated ta a horrible manner. No clue to the murderers had been obtained at the time of the date of thla letter. uasrarcnvs visas % On the morning of the Mtb last, a destructive Ore broke out in Oakland, acroee the bay. It originated In a trench bakery, between First and Second streets. The principal loeers are as follows. ?> On Broadway? Harris A: Scrleber, butchers, Mr. Mailer, French bakery Henry Hill, bakery . !*mltb, aegar store; tbamberlain, barber shop Janner's saloon. Jansen's gro eery; rreree, saddler ahop; Charles Burnett, carriage ir aimer and painter Freese'S aalooo ; Otto Babel, saddler E. Boo lets, jewelry store; Charles Lewis, aegar store Smith's aegar manufactory. On First itreet ? Harris' bouse aad stable. On Second itreet? D Rush, biackamith. We have but little time to obtain oorrect Information, but believe tne insuranoe to b* as follows:? HtmpbiU's bakery, no Insurance, lose $800; Farmer's falcon, loae $1,600, insured $1,200 on stock and flxturee; C. M. Burnett, carriage abop, loae MOO. no Insuranoe, John Freeze, brewery and saloon, leas $<>00, insuranoe (TOO in New England Company; Charles RuolT, lose $900, insured $600 in Lonuon Insurance Company; Mra. Johns, grocery, I >es 11,000 lnaured in London Auuraaee Com pany $1,000, Hamburg and Bremen, $1 600 on stock Tbe outers of building were F. ftuduier, Eraest Boulet, jewelry, less $160. no insuranoe: Mr Luoas, fruit (tore, kiss $200; . blacksmith, on Second street, lost $100 Mr Harris, owner of several buildings, Including Farmer's saloon, loss 18 000 no luiurance Several frame buildlnga were deatroyed on Sacramento street j eater day morning by lire. Tney were ooaupled as ministry stores, and contained valuable slocks of goods. Before tbe firemen reached the spot tbo Are Bad nado considerable headway, so that tbe Department were unable to do more than aave the adjoining bouses rhe Lames of tbe sufferers and their estimated I xts.-s are as follows-? Mrs Carrion, milliner, abiut $6,000. Mrs froU*. milliner, $4,000, Insured for $1,G(0; Mrs McEiroy, *2 5C0 Ziegenlitrti Brothers, manufacturers of dress trimming*, ft; , 16 000, i: sured f<?r $3,000 Tne Hamas made rapid work with these very combustible materials, nod came very n?ar dettrsylog ibe lives ot one or two la I IS Wh. . occupb-d rixms in IDC second story or one of the build lege. mavBRTixu wo* oascos We have late and interesting news from Portland by overland mail. The Legislative Assembly adj turned OJ ?obcr 10, for the purpoae of holding a special aeesi >u next January, at which time the Code Commissioners ap pelates this session will be prepared to report. Rev Father t'eegwto, a distinguished Jesuit mission try among the Indians, arrived it Portland October IT, from Frit Benton, where he ha? been on busin?es ooi necud with the mission in that region Tbe re re real gentleman came down by tbe way of tbe new road re cent!) constructed by Lieut. Mulian, and speaks ivtlw h'lbtst terms of praise, aot only of the road itself, b it also or tbe o'liacr under whose zeal So much baa been ucomfttsbed Father Ooogtalo state* tha be stw Out 'ew IcJ arson his homeward trip, in onae'i tence of tbe severe' tribes baring gone to thslr annual boflala grounds. Ererjthug was quiet at Fort B-rn'. *u, hut tbe past winter has served to dampen tbe ardop of agriculturists In that region In noes. <| tetoe of its severity and tbe rnnse<|oett great loss ot horeee and ?lock Puritg tbe peat two seasocs the crope on tbe government farm tear tbe fort have entirely fillet. In coLsequence of -.be prevalence of alkali la tbe eon For ibis reaeon tbe reverend falser was ompelled to remove the miction among tbe Btaskfeet lad tans nearly me bus dred gg'.lca fit ra its former position to a locuita b-tter ?riita 1 for agricultural r lrpoees. Father C mgialo waa at oempeaied to Portland by Rev Fattier H token, from tie n moo smoag tbe o ar d'Alenee The Atfrtieer fee's an Indtaa attack npnn the mining (cttlemetu, ard calls for the eetabitshasent of military pools Also aski fcr tbe passage of as act for an ale it 'on fcr Congressman? Jeemlag the eleetl >n of Mr. <atell llegal Tbe Isgialatore is ooas. daring a Mil to suftstl tulo the r<i?e ?ce stem ror tbe ballot, in general ele> tioni; It ens faeeed to a third read .og la '.fee lljoae Interesting from trlMU On FORT Bl l UAN AN COUUtK PON P*N( ?. Fob* arnua?a, New lleiloo, uet. a*. 1M0. n%* Ltrnffit March by Cn%t?l MaUt lYoopi cm R*onr4? Marrh rf IK* Lai < llak Army fnm Ommf Fly yd ta Se B Mmoe? Inter aatiag Sctntt <m th* Roult?TSt Namjo CmiKpmipn?jtpcuri in Scmorm? IKt AlUyd B<utle at J l< rwin.il* a Kuu?Gm Puqmtrm and Hit ?Army"? Tie Urnrral CbtttMiriflg at tUMxry and Murder? Murder of Two Slattern Axfri im the Caltfmta Uvtriatu I Mnii Hi uU?Pr^-cUd Cam i %%gn Ayxintl tht Apacit In itani, dc Tte artl tub column of troop* departing trom I'tab, <octl*tiag of ibe n*H oUtaar*, *ur, band iod oompaaie* C, I, G, B aad K, Sarenlh lafaalry, Bad (inaptoy 0, de road ilrafcofct, left Camp Floyd oa U>* IBih of May. The renaming oompkBiaa of tae Haeaalh, aad Do* pear 1,8* ooad dragoooa ( which Joined at Fort Brtdfer), Ion Ohap Floyd oa ibe 17th of May, aador command at Maj *? l.yaoo. aad kepi oao day's march ia rear of tbe Brat oo inn , * bleb waa oonaHd*d by l ieutenant (Moaoi r. Morr'.aoa, with Lieutenant 0. Chapm aa Adjutant, aad l.tntoeaat Jtleer* at Qawtor?aat?r. Oa tbe M of Jaa* tbe column reached Tan nndfor. trber* order* froai lb* far 1? part met t wore reo*ie*d lireetiag a Ji*rnai of tbe march to bo kept, lUoatratod by afeoteM* of tb* country Taktag wbat M known aa ta* "B tUr Creek route," tb* Brat Iowa of lapori*ao* catered bj tb* ooluaa wat [>?ar*r Oily, near tbe g*M it 'Be* of Pthe*a Peak, tat* which enaterro city tbe iroopa ra arched w.th color* diap ayod aad haul play'.ag Reachiag F*n Sarland, Mow Mallei, oo lh< Ufa of Jaiy, oompoay tt.Keooad dragoon*, left M?*>i*a?r aac rep.^rUd tor duty at tb* fort, whi1* tb* reoM':lc| fore* p-ooeeoao via the rlob aad t*rlll* eatl*y of Th*. marehlbg thrrugb lh* Ibrltiag Iowa of thai tarn* wtth hurt* aad e? or*, gr*atly to tbe waoder and ?.i,n mi m of tte Mrxran popu attoa At Saul* Fa, where the ret meal arrived oa the IBib of Auguat, order* were reoaiet' to d tribute vartou* c? mponiaa temporarily net 'I aft*r IM Natajf campaign. Major Ljade, with tw > citapaalet, baited oa tae Kmbre* ia Arixoaa, to atui th a ne* a i iary pott, ah.;* Lleuleaaal Onto* el Mermen*, with * atpai.it a Cat i H. tbe b*adqn*rt*ra aad ?wif, p* K-eodot lo lort tl icboi an. which pi arc ?a* reached N the 31 j O |*fct r, bat .rg a>arch*d nearly l.BM ail * and oeta ot, the road Mt d*)* Di.rtag it* fat gi, rf ajar b? '.b? Ion (tret oojt'o-in narth "Tt r aiade by Cabled ."tale* iro>p* ? th - r*g<tn*?'. Mt atly ? Biro by dcrerlloa, and Urioe'! X rr# ?n't eotaaDB leal no. a angle tnaa from pel ration*, aad oaly a few eiec, aad atlhnuga the oln -n.i pa*t*4 a*ar!y all ttie way thrwt'gb the lodlaa Ounatry, only thro* aialea w*r* alfc.cn fr at the t**la 1. euterar t Co^ael ?W*>| Bptwtat* tb* h gheat term Of the |*l '?r.oe. eaduranor, ;nlf .rra | >>d <v>ndujt *a# t-'.i!!rr!y h.a: oj; f b'? ent r* ro t>n tTf Tbe frrectk teg ateat waa la I'lal aeoHy |*e year*, aarug U"i pen<. l tb* raakt ware gaaeraily roll, a* i to? Ben were **b:-et to tbe *triri**t liwiplia*. K<r>ii> tine be'' re lea* ng caaip Fiojd tbe reciseatwat cter ritfd la tu> ?o4?ra I gk? lafaatry tae e? aal htyoa- 1 etfir te. a?.-i r bow tat of U.? r*ry biBl la/aatry eg a:?Bia in the aervtee, aad if bmngbt lot* aetloa w m. I no tfeaM matai. tte |a laet ref titua Wot. ur'ag fbt wir with MtBloo Cf of ?h* ei *? "f tbe Vara^i , ? ihe l^lin r | a'.lI o: |I? : *?am IfiM-bv ; a.?x a is* mw Ik* ooppsr bIm of the Rio Mlmbrss, uil six M|?lli M?r tha Msrtsss frontiers, la the vicinity at Ihwhansii? ths preoias locality sol havUig yst haw selected. in addltiaa to obMUalag tha Apashs*, gnvwsss? t ?ui alas ka abl*, If noiwry, aa ?tort aatlaa, to throw at laaat aoa uooaaad elective troop* La to Boaora, as there wiu be a garrison of six com pan lee of rsgulara at Fort Breeklarldge, 130 miles from tka fort. There can be do qusstioa of tha right and duty of the Prssldsat to order troop* into Boaora for tha protection of tha ltvss and property of Amerlaaa ottlasos, who are ooaaUatly ezpoaad to ribbery and outrage from the vartooa revolutionary parties. Applloattoa haa several tlmea been made by Americans la Boaora for the proteo Uoa oT United Btatss troop*, bat as yet we hare had no officer la command of this poet with tha aaoeasary amount or Ormaess and "I'll take the rsspoaslbillty'' material la him to sead a force across tha llae. Oaptalaa oT American shlpe of- war frequently land starless la foreign oooatrlea which era la a revolutionary ooadltlon to secure their oooatrymen against Imprisonment and plusder, and la not ths same right possessed by a mili tary officer or oar goverameatf we have late newa from donor*. It seeiaa that there was no battle at Hermoallla, aor was Msjor Gavllundo killed, ss was reported; but the fact is that Peaqulera is la the latter city, deaerted by all bat hla body gnard of 26 men. The whole State or Boanra bas proaouoosd for Qsa dara, the former Governor, whose army, numbering 3,000 men, was at last account* la tha cltj of Urea. Psaqntera's promts) ? la reference to the punishment of the marderera or the three Americans bars been fiagraatly violated? they bare all bean set free? nor bas the stolen property been sent back as stipulated by the Qoveraor. should bs venture on thU side of the llaa hla falsehood will doubt less be remembered. The last overland stall from the West brought news or the murder or two more Americans ta the employ or the Overlsad Mall Company, at Hollandavllle station Both were murdered while asleep, and the ststloa robbed. In this vicinity ws have tha nasal aamberoT Indian depredations. The coating winter will bo aa exoelleat time for a general campaign agalaat ths Apaobss, with a strong foroe, to bo kspt op ustll ths Iadlsas beg fcr pesos. Unless soms plan or this sort la followed wo shall bars a ooatemptible drizzling Indiaa war kspt np for the next twsnty years, and sa many millions sxpended ss there were In tghtlng the Bemlnolea. It la somawbat uaohris tlan, I admit, but strictly trns. that ths aasrs of Dr. Stock, tha Indiaa agent's, robbery by tb* Apacb**, a few weak since, occasioned universal satlsfac tlon throughout this region , as hla pltirul "mo ral suasion " cheap cailoo policy haa loag bssa a serloos Injury to tbo country, and while he boasatly, It Is hoped, bas made a fortune, bis fellow citizens have been ruthlessly plundered by tha very Indians olaimlng bis protection. It I* only an act of justice to state that ths journal of the march and sketches of ths oountry passed ovsr by Uolonsl Morrison's column wsrs made by Sergeaat Major Tienber. of the Seventh, a highly intelligent and soldierly non commissioned officer i THE BUBCH DIVORCE CASE. Ihif gpcclal Corre?po??lence. Napikkvills, Nov. 14, 1M0 Animated Frcgreu tf the Bunk Om?Ay}>tar<l*ct of the Court Beoi*? Argument* of Otrunirl/or a Pottponemenl? Dimentwm among the Oounul ? The St Louit Dtpott tiont?Ohancet tf a Fotfpontnicnl ? Ij*^oX QuifcNtn?, etc .,4c,dc. Yeaterday afternoon the Bnreb dlrorce oaae began to ?bow ilgni of animation The oouaael of Mr. Burch waited apon Mr. Beck w lib, lh? mu?|cr for the dafense, and attempted to arruge wttb blm the day for wblcb the cut Iboold be aet down, and tt waa propoaad tbat the matter be brought before the Court, therefore, la the afternoon. Tne lawynra aaaembled in quite lance foroe and cim plctely niied tbe little bar. The oourt room la ao imali aa hardly to eontaln three hundred peraoni; la very roughly furcMbed; green paper lhadea orer the windowa keep out the aun, and of all dirty looking placea thla teem* the worat. Tbe appearanoe of tbe majority of tha bar and of tbe spectator! ? of whom about on hundred and fifty were preaent? did not materially tmprore the aoene. The Judge, with no aaooeiate juatioea, ?lta aolitarlly apon a dala hardly large enough for a atump orator to apraad hlmaelf upon, and the "bar," tacbmeally ao oalled, la about the tlze of that of a aecond rate rum shop, and It fenoed la like a abeep pen, with a fence rail lng. Both the Judge and the majority of the oounael are very talented looking m?n, however; and, in aplle of ill uncoutbncfft, the court room baa aomewhat aa air of dig nlty. *"The atmoapl^re la terrl ale? what with amoklag between court time aad shewing tbe reat of the day, the room la In auch a condition that for a lady or a man to be compelled to alt In It dur.ng the contlnuauce of auch a long trial aa thla of the Burcht* 1a worae puniahtnent than a year la tbe State pneon. Diokena oomld flod am ple materlala for a new ' Martin Ch-x?lewlt" rnhdy to bla 1 and In thla little alt by ulne court room. Soon after oourt opened Mr Beckwith called attention totbecaaeof Burch ft Bureb, n'-ating that the dafeuoe waa ready, and wlahed Ihe .rlai aet down for aa early a da} aa poaaible H" ?':gge?rd Thurafay. Mr. Burob'a counael objecte t to thla and at or tome oou tabulation, wfcleh amounted to nothing, except aa ahowlng that the complainant w?a not a* ready for t-i?l aa he ?bou!J bare heen, tha Coart decided that the cane wo ild be called on Monday, anleaa couiael abcu.d tbow eauae why a latv day aboul.l be cboatn, aud thli he repeated them to do today Tic derondanfa oounael garc notice that thay would eoou make a moiian for tern pcrary alimony and the cuato.'y of tba children daring tbe continuance of thl anit and aa deetdiog thla pjiat will be almoat Ilka deciding the oaae, the complnioaat ret mid to be put la a ?? miwhat awkward poalt'oa. lnue Um matter ended yeaterday Thla mora'ag Mr. Miller, one #f Mr. Bureh'a ooanael. submitted aa affidavit purporting to abow eauae why tae oaae abould ao. be oalled on Monday. He ttetoa that the number of wHtentea will be about thirty, that In hia opinion tbe Mae matot be tried la lea. than three or four weeka, aad that the court cannot legally ?lt more than arte week* ? ote of which haa already expired He therefore a?k?, oa tne part of tbe eompiaiaaat, that the caae go orer for tbe term, and that a apeotal Urm be held to try tt. yuiteawordy argument enaued Tha complainant'a concael tnalated that the caae oould not poealbly ba tried la two weeka, although th?-y were perfectly willing ao I ready to try It, aad that tbe number ol wlUieeeen and ute long rroen eiamlaat'onn expected would ,r*f,d'r ? term neotaeary The defrodaat a ooanael eaid that, wiwo ordinary diligence, the caae oould ba tried la two weeka without any d.ffleu ty Mr aeckwltb charged that tela plea of iw k of time waa only a tbam and aubterfy to ?orer a want of pre arattoe on the |-art of the ouavblaaat Mr Bro.nlag atkrJ if oom eiden were ready -and the da frnoe r?rtamly wan? wbt ?bou d tne trial ?e dala; ed He id< r?d to witndrnw tbe * l?u>a depoa tuna if ? the cram .ian.in.tioo In regard to ilea wmild ooaaume i ao aaua> lire ibe OtufiflaaUy decided vo ouoii<i?r m? Mll?r JESSiS* -a. op?, Judge N^^TISte regard t/the Burch ^ ~ k. dented Ifetl ttar* Wll * gf+i d<il Of MMfiTJ * rr.."?t .".c?,ULl o< the ahortoeee ol the ooerturm. The matter eame be?ore him in the form a on tH.U> nd?a m g? a day when tbu earn ihMld he nailed. Tbe ooaipla naat'a oouaetl My that the cm ?iwi be o?mpi?t?d in two weeka. the defradMt a^ra what with pioper drvgeeoe >t ?ho M not oecepy loager than that SSViC the ~ l~l V?^, urm be bed; but tf ibia ha d.?a, U WlU Lave to be la the month of January, aa the regular let mi th the ojuktiea up ?? hla olreuit ? I up all the other moetha nnt.l after a?at May He a.uld net ire bow i i* run ooiid be well bfid IB iifl uwjr ? wlwii one of the conaeei would hare w be ?****"*' ***. J*' "1^ (Hon Mr rarnewo. tb) wea ^ tii \t the eaee began now and waa n..t eoen|?etad ne?r^the term etoeed, It wontd be a great detrlmaat aad to the ?>? pletaant aad to the defeaoe But oa the difB i cuMxa etich earmuaded the matter he ouuld not do better tbnn ?et down th? earn- for Monday neat, tf thia , would au it the r.Hiwaei bt-a. Mr gamawwth aaid that the d?hee? w?a "lii Cnnrt aatd t?et *a il.ere eere ao tr.ala durlag ihe (?at weeh af the Wllie annety term, be luignt add ihre? , r f?>.r ea%? to the t ?? w? ,?*?, sr i?naaihiy a w?e?, if be an?M g?t o. e of * t l?r"th -r j? ??? to take am pleoe a ;b?i QfivrtdolNI M tf bO wouM M rillw tu to lit OmiomI on both ?iJ-a a freed tbal theree*>o!J ba none Mr Miller ?? d tret tb r ?nN?iuaat m fht orwt to the C?e*1fcn?lt e tHma Ho Ooe d nii en* wer for ib? other eo o??l io too c^e, ?a I : refer ?e?t the r .r-t to ?k 'er a rur taer r ?tp?oe ?eat it he ...n.d ?!.?ie any net waaoo why it ah>ui<. he ,f r?e inert eerrea'ed that a?. t <aa la regard to dapoil I. re ebaa.e a,- ?r??ei tha *w?. eimer io nmrt or Chime tba I era lag at lla r-m. It would *?e well t# eet threr itaiwra oi;t o' the way, frr f onunaei w-?rk?t aa ua-d ?? fee a'fudrf to* > ebou I, they wnull bare wench to do ten ??eh Mr Dtnaw.ti. tare not'ea that ail fnotioaa on the part nf the ?!? K n w * u- 1 be r? e?o th a we?* Mr B" wiiii g en -d the at'etfon of the Ooirt ?o aa altl davit (lledtH. Ihe |?it if Ue r? m| ta.aaat to day, la regard to the * I note wtte.ea^e Tti? paper wee Hied ater toe ditr ,re tbia n> >rnint . ? id' th? 1?fr*a? ned otferal to withdra ' th" >*> l/'i^ erjMif'iKnl It ettita.eart eer/ p. tere Hfieler<? In rega-d t.) tha UhWaMh r f ihe da ?in. a' a r t.ne?i A e l^-re ?a? a great daelea opon the part of ihe ,.uh r ??? ? t b- d "f eneh -.-re. he wiehei tbe v ourt to ori?r ttal It b ? ir?aw>d <a the aeme maaaar aa thr tep ?'?e?e to wh.cl. It r?<rrred? that it he a?alad iTd ?*. p -h! 'afoa I r It e.pj roreed eaha I aa ordar ? Ue 10 tb ?fM , :2T vl ao^darlag b" rett.'. no. la Uhiiagn w* had only a .1 brtt ar ah. rtl e'a'. and thej oe tfred that >he tin b? n aet>t iH'Jer i-o'ioe aaieeilla and rran c.etody I nl^irTi e eert tiir.e lhal tne .:ep<aliioa war w, it tea 1 Ut cMicn to g "W?aa arr tr.danee ?aa vde the ' rwer, ouer lo DM this deposition ud rwl H to tta jury, la regard to the other. they tad ll??T?r?l that her pre. sent HUM tu u assumed one thai she llTeff in C bftago, not m tK I/nils. that she only want to St. Louis to tare her deposition taken there, aad Immediately started for Buflalo, N Y., Tor the * towed purpoee of avoiding being called to the witness stand & thought It only right that if inch deposition* war* oOsrod the uiinr to ttan should be on lie. The defence tad no right to Mk for sileneo The Court laid that Mr Browning only wlatad ?o kosp the Batter oat of the newspapers. Mr Browning aald that be wlatad to blacken so one's reputation la adraaoe, nor to apeak of ex' meoim Mt ten until the proper time aane. Ho simply dealred that the affidavit be kept In tta lame custody is the deposi tions, so that no one oould mska It public. Mr rarnaworth mored to suppress a depoaitloa. ta oanse the name or the witness waa spelled (VBan-oc Instead of O'Hara. The Court pnt off tta argument upon this motion until tomorrow. This wltneaa is a servant new living In Mr. Burch's family This waa al the action takea Is this cms today, and the animiu of the trial may be thus etrly seen. Tta affi davit referred to waa only entered at noon, aad at two o'clock tta court assembled: yet a copy of It was, by some means or other, secure 1 for a Chicago paper, and will bo publUhed tomorrow, it Is expected that tta Court will severely punish this disobedience of tta orders. There sooass to bo Tory little eiettoamt about tta oaas tare, but a great deal In Chicago. Tta imprsasloa seesas general that the case will not oeme to trial during this term, but nothing Is yet dosldod beyond what tta Oourt ordered. The complainant undoubtedly wlshea tho trial postponed . and In spite of It gal etiquette, may yet ask an adjournment, on the only reasonable ground . that be is not ready for trial. The a>ljournsaent will then be grant ed, but at present every one expects that ottar reason* will be assigned, and no one would wonder If one of the complainant's counsel was suddenly taken sick. Tta le gal fencing Is admirably done and well worth watch' og. Mrs. Buroh has not yet arrived. ^hh-atn^mlA y or Ik* People for Her a^_L-T _ ?r*MM Burner ? Jfr Qmiftij'i L&udetiUe Cbndat*? tolerating fkctl Concerning IKe -r.(m ? Jhr Burch? Jke Pmrt Kev) Vorkert PUm im thii "-? .d? fminenf Btmhtr hmUtd, dc , a. Ite town baa bean very quiet to day. The Ooart la buelly occupied la clearing away lta buelneee aa IM aa poaatble, aad the oounsel engaged la the Borah cnee an hard at work getting ready far U>e argument a poo the motions to sorrow 1 W M re. Baroh aad Mr Corning are both ioo*U* at tha rceldenoe of Mr. aklnner, who, although nit aa of by prejodload Chloafo Joaraala, la, la fact aaa ?; a. *<>?.. ?. u. ?? ' ~ the wealthieat aad moat reputable la thia ITo?M0r T TUirT ? W1U,00t taTto? prer lonely know. Mre. Burch, but eatlsfled or bar lnnooonen from the repreeentatlone of her lady fflenda, Mre. Skinner proffered htr hoeplUIlt.ee, which were moot gratefully wo.pt*. Mra Bsrch i. a paxlte woman, Ve?h,BJ ?oarcely ninety ponnda; la about twa and thirty yeara old, and laaald to be not very preposaeeslDg in bar ap r?*mnce, but to poaaeae a fraoe, aweetneee aad rare gentieieea of manner, the reeult of a moet Election* t? end loving dtspelticn, which endear her to all who know her. Mre. 8klnner pretend e to eome knowledge of physiognomy, and Immediately upon teelcg M re. Buroh ?he declared that the could not have been guilty? that ?he waa a wronged woman. How lrreprees:bly grateful eveb a reception from a strange lady must hare been to Mr* Burch can be readily Imaglaed. During tha after, noon of yeeterday, some of the moat prominent cltlaeaa of the place called to pee Mre. Buroh, and maay have oflered their houeee Tor the ocsnpatlon o t Mr. Corn In* and hie friends. Mre. Burch seemi altogether crnabad by the weight of thia terrible affliction, and ai.o declares that if it were aot tor ber children she would rather die than proceed further, in epito of the certificate which ho Induced Mre. Buroh to ?tgn, Mr. Burch laalela that the youngoet eh I id M aot bin, and upon thia grouad will aot allow Mr* Baroh to see It, although the reason doee not eeea to me to bo sufficient to *u*Uln the act. Of ciuroe rumor le bosy ?ad rumor maat be taken cum grmo tetiii Bat rumor ?ey* tbat Mr. Burch, daring the late campaign, Invited Hon Mr Evarte, of New York, to dlae aith him, aad at the table, in company with Rev. Mr. Patereoa the minister of the church to whlah he belong*, dtoooeaod Ihe queetloa of hla wire'* infidelity and the leotlmaov of hi* child? very maeh, or oooraa, to Mr. Erarta' (urprlee Bat Mr. Kvarle la aot tha only New Yorker who la made to figare la thia caaa. Erastoa Ooralng, bq ?? well knowa, euitaiae the defenoe of hie niece, Mre. Barefe Mre Buret e maiden name wae Turaer, and Mre. Turner ol Albany, htr mother, la tow ataying hare with her.' Mr tornlag I. only moat dlaiaatly related to Mra. Burch Sh* i. hie Wife'e sister's child. That ha ehould leave Me I rraaiog btalneee, aad ahould derate all hla time aad ncotey to ber defence, eliclta general admiration area from iLiuse who believe Mra. Barch guilty or adultery. In lact, Mr. Oornlag has sever deaerted hla aleoo Slice ber marriage, and It is said la authentic r.rclaa that it made for Mr Birch hla large fortune It appaara that Br?B Mr BarMage aa arran,.m,ol wu by which Mr. Coralag aad hla partner, Gilbert Davtdeon, . agreed to receive any monty. which Mr. Buroh might depceit with tb.m, to cab hla orafta oo eight and to pay six per cent iotcrmt ror the money Hie ooo nectlon with Mr. Corning enabled him to obtain unlimit ed credit tireot amounts of money ware Spouted with lim, aad be depoaited ibeae with Meare. Gore lag and Gilbert. Aa he paid no Internet, reoalred eii par oant aad coo'd ca*h hie draft, on eight, it le not maeh woa dtr that be becaae rich. A proposition from Mr. David *oa to change thl* mode of basis***, aa it wn only done lor Mra Burch 'a sake, aed aa they were aow rloj seonjii to get along without It, caused the firat treble ina said, he i wees Mr. aad Mre Buroh, aad thia M the |?eeu alary traaaaetlon to which aha refer* la her aaewer to the application far dlvoree During the crteie large amouata at maoey were advanced by Mr. Oorniag to Mr Burch, and it la a ridiculous laataaoe of tha clone bnai ntse habits cf the latter that, when overe.'iMni^i -,?? drmrstls .mictions, be met Mc Ooming ai Bridge, Mil look ooomh?d to r?f*r loftbe earn ofw,^ Hi ud fifty oeati wbuh had bteo cai;f?v] him fur a tr;< grabble despatch, aa one of tne complaint HKul Mr Ourning, and wlebed^l Ji lL Wun the b?st to tent lots, Mr Surra to? the joasibie wage of .t??,,, itti h? w.TwaalUtlhZ! icreTer Wbeo, lot able to vail f^r Mr u?rnto??a rival, be determined to send Mra Surcb to Nei ioX' be pr.cur?d a p..t of laa,pblack aad cartfu.ly "iaadh!; name from her Uatka, aad wlih a a. a lar .oienTSr. jNyed aGwm. wt? ta paiat Mra ^ '? fnntlty group of hnabaad, wife aad ohifat which Mealy bad executed for him, bat Mill alum?d Cloture as ameaded to haag .. hla ^ Ub JSSmJT to b e Itleaaa. too, aaoet tbe aSalr, be aara the Zmt gutar and Mawaorm Ilka laagvaee cscitiu ?i>lto of the terrible aewe are the .law mra u tbat Mra Barcb ,- . tueVaad a ptejera and .fKrnhra, fram which greav repotai,on la chvch wmrerannaa aad tor aewe pa per feme, be .aude grapea to ih. I Wk,ea ?ad lody Fiaaklia all thraa Uhom ---1 othera which a Ball ae meotloced, are not zpp WiJ^rd sr^a'u^r - " -:s?; u-' was? aaa ever, utber mean, ha.e biei^n'p trial aid verdict. For 'hum ll. .aB0* too ?be .treet that It W ol the eompUuaait'e lawyer* are l ?l.r?i-.e caae. at Cfcmaao m Th.t iPT -IV lV like the Juror, aad bopaa to get a ne . Md bctuTd koit'ey, ib t Sheriff frtiBg politically ttuclied lo iino r Urn jmnnaol, watch erahrabiB urge'w, cbarpai Z'JXZ** J ?'* be die ' wetiid be wan If It ooU ^ V " b.w to Jwi^a Clr?. V^5 tbare. aad are very hr.l c'iAfrMlon the mi t the* u?. Prat had crlmiaal latarcoaraa wl h her on the Idtta ,i ? ?o-b-r, and the .tory rra that m " tbi . 'wa.'\eaV^,,.iLbOWBf At latewra ? a. iraeaed tbe coofraeiua ray., while Mr Per t> wt *, or at the R.atori ai Roowa aad ve, i ? J >1 **?* kT ?uch ? -fanator fWu al.t * .wn be provea la rachaaae tn a letter Mr Buret , ??n.lte, la hie owa baa<t writing, It I. aalit. tbat he oh 'a u< < tb . ruefeealon by meana u' er at nsuunuia an i f" teaf It g to kaow more than be did, au.| .9, er..,* i>ii.?r a tntel aad moral meana of peri >M|.a u wb ro ga?e him power " M.s Barra eat. iivm h? ? ?baee, .hr.au of turning her a?l nf door, ^ Ibg her, tb^ee mud p?ra>aslrej oenaleted ./a Set ...tin .. nerfar ? ua a ln?<ed patol ? t.h? Mr Oareh aata Mat tba ?, W,P " avtry boaeeol pmMitutloa t., rlaader him ?' t-? .hat Mr B.reb h ga? tba earn* tt," March, and en nrlnlaat -aa and racrimi..atio?i A ol Ctaclaaati gave le.tia.n,,, WaT^'aV^I^'bTth^ ' :ur risirasgSBr srr -? wemaa -aa releaeed u,?n ba'l, ?M ^Ty^Uob ar.wer. or ber < ifaracler the eVor, t ur arm to bare mrred ft., . . b 1 l/ t ha fJJZtl a . ... th, beet of tbe j *. ,Bd Aoh mil^l ""???."t-a ?helr hnuara to Mra ?71 aor(i?raeand prratitaa ' altngnd char.' J r.'il!* u !!' b*ck 10 Terltera a rata It 10 mr rieal!k . k""I ""! B"reh h,d ""?'??I le ' i. a- 1> i .. York, rralliag la Calm 11. ad ( ,r R 10 Trad at bem a ? C^r" ? 11 w** ?o<lf?Tored to be proven by tbo aV tii'.'wh!!' wnW,'^l#Tk U,"r"' "d ^ ?he ietr, b ? Burrb had oauaed to be raprtnaaaded 1.JLT .'.a""". NnZl 11 - r*lwrt^ that Mr. Baroh ?t fht < 1 1 ihie dera foaad blm la a hotel ta Waahiantoa t If, toiC hitp whet b? WW Mpoctc-l to tratiry, aaiu^

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