ave been sentenced to the penitentiary for life.
The Secretary of War has approved the sentence, and it will be carried out immediately.
New York prisons will not be selected. There are good reasons for the opinion that this attempt to sweep New York by wholesale fraud was only preliminary to attempts at organized revolution throughout New York and the North.
Under this conviction, the court stand justified by their signal precedent in vindication of the purity of the ballot-box.
Marvin Jones, Colonel North's chief assistant command with at Old Capitol, was thrown gravel and ashes into the teeth of Governor Seymour's special commission to-day by making a full confession of his complicity in the forging of votes, and that the business has been carried on at Colonel North's agency much more extensively than anything done at Baltimore.
It is understood that the commissioners are further staggered by his complete implication of Colonel North in the frauds.
The end is not yet re