Denver, Co). (Oct. 7), correspondence of the Chicago Times: "The Presidential party ro'urned here thia afternoon froni Southern Colorado. The Denver and Rio Grande lailroad placed a special at their service. Banehmen and miners came to Pueblo frona thirty and forty miles around about, to see the President. The party spent last night at Maniton, our fashionable spa, at the foot of Pike's Peak, and this morning thtsy wero drivon in carriages to Glenn Eyrie, Garden ot' tho Gods, and other natural spots. Griutsaid thewonderful scenery was a perfect rtvelation to him, and declarad bis intention to apend the whole niontli of September, 1876, there, ■vvïth his faniily. At Colorado Springs, before the train ieft for Denver, 400 school rhildrpn, beRides many citizens, called upou and shook hands ritli Grant. Diiring the trip, the Prosifiont presented ex-Gov. Hmit with a f5,OÜO stallion for his stud farm nnar Deni'fr. The President )xl(i i ïvivj ;',;]! here at tho Grand Central Hotel, this eveniug. Three thousand people shooks 1 ands with him."