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Twenty-Nine Days Later.
RECOVERY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
MURDER OF JAS. FISK.
The C, N. Z-, anl A. j. S. Moses 'Vaylur, N.
T. riennett Commander, arrival at her d k on
Suturl.iy, at 3 v. v. , the 2'Uh instant, eleven
da; and ti hours fri.HJi iSin Fr.inoi.-i.
We are inl-bt.-d to .Mr. A. I. Clirk, t?it
oLlii.'i ur.--r of tin steamer, fr full f.Uf of
latest dites, together with a li.-tof paf iiers sud
njeinorana-t, wtucti vrm ie lounu unier trie an-
jnr'riate Lctd. The i.riucijul iteuir of new? are
the convalcteence uf tlie Trincc of Wale, and
the murder at New York of Jam us Firk, the
millionaire and great stock operator. We coiu-
jile a fcuiuuiary of the news from the Iltli ofj
; Decern her, which vt:u our laet'date by jreviourt
. T i l " .i i . .
arrival, up to January bth, which was the latest
I European telegram :
! lllne.. and Kecovery of Trincc of Wales.
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' London. Dec. 12. It appears from the London
t- . .i i - r " i -I I
i . , , . , , , . ,
ne.-s at Lord Landaborough'a house, near Scar
borough. Yorkshire. Several
visited the Louse at tin
time were auackeij wiiu
, i . -i
. ., ,i f i ru . 1 1
, fever, amon.' them the La, I of Chesterfield, who
since du d. Another Lnglh journal, sp.-ak,n? of
, the Princes dt.-ease. says : " ihere seems to be a
liabilitv to this kindot attack ia the present branch
Ul i:it l.'JTai laillli ? A .. " i i- .i . .
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I ItUlMUI. launi. UIVU IIDIII H V.UIU ICIU, 1IU lu u-i
oiu iavo ao.e turn o. tiie ..nee .sa.sease
Ihe Princess Alexandra is almo.-t Constantly
M . . . , . , I. -.'I'
by -I"1';-. f '4;r h"und ; when she is con,.
Vy t?Ir-f,V ,Lt?: w r"AH 'y. . C.ef
VMCi-. net .uuioiv. nir viuetii. nuiaiua in c-anu-
13ili- "The Prince takes food, and has been
twice lucid at intervals, but sleep is badly wanted.
His condition is. however, somewhat more hopeful.
The cable telegram announcing that prayers have
j been offered in America lur the recovery of the
i Prince, is well received by the English press,
i Hih. "'The Prince ot Wales is less restless;
there is no increase of exhaustion, and he has had
i some sleep. "
j 15tb. The Pi ince has had a quiet night. There
are symptoms of debility, but Lid condition may be
! considered more favorable.
ltHb. The progress of the Prince of Wales to
ward convalescence is satisfactory. It is announced
that he will probably be able to go out of the bouse
in three or four days.
j 22d. A special from Windsor represents that
; the reports received at Windsor Castle from Saud
I ringham are lets favorable, and that the pulse of
j the Prince is higher ; that there is considerable
j anxiety ut the Castle.
j London. Uec. 27. The JiiHcHn of this morning
j reports that the Prince of Wales passed a quiet
I night, but that his convalescence is retarded by a
' i . - iT . - i r ii
painiui aaection aoove uis leu uip uccnmpanieu Dy
fevenshness. o Inquietude is lelt. but regret and
disappointment are generally
expressed at the
slowness of his recovery.
London, Dec. 29. This afternoon's papers pub
lish a letter Irom Her Majesty Queen Victoria, in
which she says that she desires to express her deep
sense of the "touching sympathy exhibited for her
family by the whole nation, and for her dear son.
The feeling, says the Queen, shown by her people
i during the painful and terrible days ot the Prince's
! illness, their sympathy with herself and beloved (
daughter the Princess of Wales, and the joy mani
fested at the improvement in ihe health of the
Prince has made a deep and ineffable impression
upon her heart. The manifestations of the people
are nothing new to her. for she met with the same
sympathy ten years ago, when a similar illness
j from that under which her son is suffering removed
i from life Ihe best, wisest and kindest husband that
ever lived. Her Majesty savs she also wishes to
i . . , i -i i. - . tm ? t I
express the l.eart.clt gratitude of the Princess of
I ,Ma,ils.- IT co"?ln,,-3 .'r ,,"r Wlth a ,,0P,, l
! hT faithful subjects will crmunuo to pray for the
The journals express admiration of the manner
in wt.iLO tne .American press so i pneu tut- new.-' u.
thej'rincescouuuio.i. ine ou.ieims issueu irom
.-andnngham at 5 A. M.. appear in the morning
editions of the American papers which appear be-
fore daylight. The noon and 0 P M. bulletins ap-
pear in the early editions of the American paper-.
AH concur in the opinion that the rapid way m
the transmission of dispatches and general useu -
racy make one of the marve.s f journalism.
1 biers congratulates Queen ictona on the re-
I covery of the Priuce of Wales
Murder of James Cisk, Jr.
New Yoke. Jan. C. James I'isk. Jr.. was fatally
i shot at 20 minutes past 4 ihis ufternoon, at the
Grand Central Hotel, by Ldward t. S-tokes, and
died at a quarter to II. The bullet entered about
two inches above the navel and penetrated down
ward, causing intense suffering. He was however
in the possession of his senses, and made his will.
j bequeathing the bulk of his large property to his
j wife, who arrived three hours belore he expired.
. It is probable that Stokes was in, an excited
I state of mind, caused by the proceedings at York
i ville, where he was a w itness to-day in the Mans
i Geld libel suit. For some time he is said to have
j been in a desperate state of mind, evidently
caused by the slowness of the progress of the
cases against Fisk in which he is concerned.
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All Olllie lilfc UU tl .11 U Wl v I w.'WO Ulitui; XII
i favor ot Stokes. ,n se.tlement of a long claim he
bad against Fisk. With this he was dissatisfied,
i and has applied to have the award set aside. The
case was reopened, and is now pending.
Nkw Yokk, Jan. 7. The journals generally
comment upon Fi,k' murder : '
The lhrald says that Ihe cowardliness of the act
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lias leaiieu its ui.fc linn? in inu uuun iuiii.i. u
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awakening for 1-isk a wide lelt sympathy. There
is nothing in the case to distinguish it from mur-
der. for which death on the gallows is the penalty
I tl c mvicled
'The T,ics Pronounces the murderous deed
brutal nnd cowardly, and that it will attract to-
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! nn nsrt nf Ms career hns entiil.,r him. 3
iruuuV" B' UJ. ... iV i f i Uidted St.it.-s Cornmi-sion. With authoritv
m, fcJ"." V. rZ r."'; ::o ;." . Subscriptions lor two mo, .ean cable,
. iif. -.Ti. across tiie A tl an lie. the other aci oss tiie i
com. Hie present i ,ess 01 ,ne i nnce .s sa.a to , be whh a c iul of S12ftMW.00O. the
nave ueyu p.ou-.ct-u ojr .i..u fs.ouo.OOO. This went to tbe
neat ana exertion in sport. - . T .
It., tl... l-il. t ...! iv : .i i.tnr.,1 ' n KliirM bono ' oj.elgn .Ilairs.
.Miscellaneous. . The aihnission of Utah is determinedly opposed,
! The Duke d'Aumale and Prince de Joinville took , on the ground that it would give at present abso-
their seats in the French Assembly Dec. 14th. They j lute authority of the new State to the; Mormon
I sat in the centre ot the members of the Right, j Church. It is contended that even the condemna
j Their appearance created no sensation. tion of polygamy as a condition would become a
Gladstone is being deserted by the conservative I dead letter with a Mormon State Government.
! branch of his party, who are coalescing with the Some fifty thousand people viewed the remains
! Tories for the purpose of forcing the Premier to ! of Fisk before its removal trom the Opera House.
! withdraw, and electing a conservative Speaker of j The body was dressed in the uniform of a Colonel.
' the House of Commons. i The face wore a slight expression of pain, but
London correspondence of the N. Y. Herald says I otherwise w as natural. His cap and sword lay on j
j tbe late illness ot the Prince of Wales was caused j the top of the casket. A large number of promi
I by an attempt of a member of the International i nent citizens joined the immense assemblage w hich
j Society to assassinate him. and not by typhoid j viewed the remains.
fever, as tbe Court gave out." This report id proba- 1 The English holders of Erie bonds will not be t-o j
t blv talse. ,
On New Year's day the King of Italy sent an
embassador to congratulate the Pope. The Pope
refused to receive the embassador.
Holland transfers the East India Island of Suma
tra to Great Lritain by treaty.
English stockholders are preparing an effort to
secure the management of the Erie liailway Com
pany. The recent dispatch from Uismarck to on Arnim
excites the French to renewed bitterness against i
I Germany. The tone of the journals generally is '
well expressed by the following extract from one
of ihem, which savs:
The silence of tbe vanquished is the only fit
reply to the insults of the victors. A river of
j blood has divided us, and we learn to suffer and to
I Uismarck sent a dispatch to the German repre
j sentative at Paris, setting forth the feeling of exas
i peration caused in Germany by the outrages per
j petrated upon their soldiers in Fiance, and threat
j ening to occupy those pr.ivincess unless the assas
: sins in future who escape into neighboring provin
I ces are delivered up to German officers by the
French authorities. He declares that unless these
horrible outrages shall cease, the army of occupa
tion shall re-ocenpy such provinces, and the ex-
pense and burden of its support, which is to be t
j paid by 1-ranee, shall be doubled.
Loniwn. Jan. 6. The Uritish
So vereisnty has
n of the African j
been proclaimed over that portion
i territory which was recentlv annexe.! t.. tli...l.- .
jni.il Poss-s.-dons ot Creat llritain. llrand. 1'nsi- j
i dnt of the Free States, protests against the annp.x- ,
German expedition to Venezuela will be i
commissioned to enforce the Nati'inal claims :ijj.iin.-t
. the (Government of the South American Kepublits.
Valmaseda has issued a decree which virtually
i enslaves all tbe Chinese domiciled in Cuba. He
( compels them all to work perpetually in specified
: industries for four dollars per month. The alter
I native is to go to jail.
: Three thousand two hundred Cuban insurgents
tn 1 . .1 ; i.ni . , f r. ,.-....-. r I I
'iic oir-iiii-i i.i i ni-i iu i i incite j:ii- in a iorinai i
and written adhesion to the Spanish Government, J
l.'c! inn t' at the iinurrt ijn w.m not su j'piTi.-d
by thf p.-.if; uf Cuba nor by toreijners uicauing
tlx- Aii.oj ioal:9.
Mir.istfr Seht'nek rvq-;:a tl. President to name
Lis success'. r and recall hioi (fkticuck) from the
A!xi p-ivf $5,000 to tbe pocr of New York,
an.l sJ.iiuo to th.- j-o-.r of P.o-tn.
Cu.CAi.u. J ta.o. TLe (ira:.d 1'iike. before loav-li'T-
U;i- uior:ii:ij, ha:idtd the Mayor a cLck
c So.ooij f,jr U.- nliff if th- poor vl the cify,
with a tu.te xi.rf-MS ti sorrow at the city's rai-.-
f-,riu'i itiid Li.- L-li that i-Le ?on rie a: iii.
I'.rthery nd corrujitlon i churned on the Miuis- '
try by un u.h, i s of the A.-nibTy ,.f th.- Pn.vh.ce of
Oo-bt-c. and a immb-r t jieoj.ic are clam iii-j fur
u:.:i--X it.oii I" the I'ltild t--s.
Mil- u i r.-il n-.nl oi.e 1 1 1 i 1 i : u two hurdr-d arid
i'i'y-1' ur ttn:i .i-.id jw-.ii'id w a- tLf .lt.Is:'att.
v.i"i cr . .r:V- l'n;;r.i .-! r.i s lur y ;ir ISTU.
l ie ln; i ii tttoii al As-vi'i iti-'U had tiwir irale
veTdav at New York. - euiifii li-ilnre of ttie
wan a uiiu ber uf w-;iu-u. inolU'linir
.I.iti;n an.J ,-lt;ull. ..: Io..t. carrj. i;, n-a B gs
iiifcribed ita woman yuflrage iiiottofs. t Dono
van iJ'.-.t. the IrUli exile. wa in the jrocfion.
Ntw Yi-kk. Jan. S. A H-n-'i'd Philadelphia dis
paivh states that in ihe course of a conversation at
the residence of el-Serrrt:irV Boire last evening.
the correspondent was informed lhat Presd bnt
, lirant had il.-manded an apolo-ry Irom Spain about
! five d.ivs i!!ce. Monili-rs are now b-iii filled out
( Vill'uMi,U, but are not intend.nl to proceed
; to Spain unless that Government retuses. to apolo-
P'- "'l V'F remuneration tor the on t rape on tbe
FlurUhi. 1 he President d not think the outrage
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'an intentional insult on the part of :spam, but
deems it rather the result of ra.-r.ness ot ttie fuoor-
! din ite offi -eis of that nation. The President and
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' lirnriii, oilfclf? ual a lowu tuuicisaiii'ii vii
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paiii-n uuncuiiv. i he rresiueni u mi
, introduced ia Confess
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legalize polygamous marriages and to admit Utah
as a Mate. Lntler offered a resolution that women
! oe U
clared entitled to vote under the fourteenth
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IX IIICUII III' 11 I. . OOI MI13 lil.lUU'.ru
J Uill ILJI 1'LJl 1U4 i tl . 7 T.UVV.UM'J lt.-t JUI.I U
T - S I nin ft Ul r, . : ornrn
nient building at Chicago passed the Senate
i ..... . & r
M -V, intro,lllced a bm to relieve American-
' built vessels iron, import duties on articles enter-
.... . . ofr,.,i.. .!
; i;ig into their construction, repair and use.
j moved the previous question, but the noes reversed
j it by U3 to UL Mr. Dawes stating that the subject
j was already before the Ways and Means Committee,
j Mr. Lynch consented to its telerenre, but a disciis
, Mon arose, in which Mr. Cox and Mr. Eldride ex
' piessed their hi lief that such action would be the
Initial of the bill as that Committee had been the
I grave of nil such matters. Mr. Dawes remarked
j that thw Committee had not time to dig anybody's
grave. The yeas and nays were demanded, when
i the morning hour expiring, the bill went over till
j u iV
l ive hundred and twentv-five bills and two joint
resolutions were introduced in Congress on Monday
one to raise tbe tax on whisky to eighty cents
Attorney-General Akerman handed in his resig
nation, to take effect January 10th. 1S72. and tin
President sent to the Senate the name of Geo. 1L
Williams of Uregon as Akerman's successor. The
nomination wad immediately confirmed by the
Twenty "respectables" of New York, whose
names are not yet published, have been indicted
lor ballot-box stuffing and election frauds. Sweeney
has been indicted for felony and the proofs against
I.. a a. j m f ' .1 4 si V it a-, it xy otri.nT f . I o r a url I Lnttvn
i mill nic na.ti VU VJ . ixrij ntnni, j wic- niu niicnii
police j,,.. aud one notable who voted COO
I repeaters " at the last election. The excitement
over these matters in New Pork runs high. Tweed
I was committed to prison without bail, but this was
i overruled by Judge IJarnard, and he was subse
! qnently admitted to bail in the sum of $".,000.
j Tweed will probably be arrested ou thirteen
I separate indictments for felony, one arrest being
i made at a time.
Lnuderback, Municipal Judge at San Francisco,
decides that he will admit the testimony of Chinese
in his court.
lii ighum Young was ordered by Judge McKean
of Utah to be held as a prisoner to answer to a
charge of murder.
December 21st, A. A. sargent wa.s elected by
! the California Legislature, L. t. .Senator in place
j of Cornelius Cole.
1 A..t.,r l..fu r.lti ti.l t.i.ii.1 fiTnitriiinpinl lll fivnr
j C:llil,Iliu. Twentv-ronr im hes are registered for
j San Fiunciseo during the n.gntl. of December.
W.niNn, Jan. t.- General Sickles called at
the i'epartinent ol Mate to-tlay ana was engagt-u
with Secretary l-'ish for several hours on the sub-
- , of j- Iisl aIJ Cuban affairs.
lie will leave
, Wasuiuf;ton to morrow and spend Saturday with
1WldeIlt Grant ia Philadelphia, returning to
W;ishi lljn arIy mu wtl.k. Toward the last of
tl monh ,.)ko pasS!ljr4. to Madrid,
Vfnm u,gether reliable, it is ascertained
; h f . Adminisirati.m has tint, as has been stated.
; ils licy on tut. Cuban tIlu.stion.
( cintilll,.s t), iict accol (iing to pritu ipl.-s hereto!
; (,,.L.,.m.(1, I1:Ullt.ly . Tmt while it will obse
lv : That while it will observe
! strict neutrality in regard to the difficulties now
j existing in the Island of Cuba, it cannot consent
that our merchant vessels shall be molested in
their lawful pursuits, or overhauled and examined,
unless they are found committing some violation
of Spanish authority.
In accordance with this policy our Government
has protested against the act of Spanish naval
officers in boarding and searching the Florida on
the hi Li seas, ami has required the Spanish Gov
ernmentfirst, to apologize; second, to disavow
the act of the officer ; third, to punish him. and
fourth, to pay damages. That the Spanish Gov
ernment will meet these requirements ia uot
Piiii.ahki.phia, Jan. o. The iron-clads Canon
iirns, Manhattan, 'yainlitte. Satujus and Ajax are
now fitting out at the Navy Yard, it is supposed.
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asiiixutox. Jan. 5-P,y invitation of the Board
of Indian t ouim.ssioners. the executive office! s of
fvurl'u? religious organizations and other pieties
throughout the country, who take a special interest
" t 1"" q-u -u. ill meet the Coinm.u.n-
"T. " xt " this city, h.r the purpose ot
"iies.njr -" opting measures fur the improte-
nient of the condition ot the Indians.
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' t-.u.T Lakk. Jan. 4. iiruihnm i rung is at home
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J." c".stfud- V1 lf fL"iU'td ,,aU" iV:'.'
tP,,It" ; " 1 disturbed. "
isilors daily, and talks cheerfully. He says that
" ,u':llUl U VXZ od. and that he has no anxiety
wl , , , i . ' i . V
I protect and vindicate him. as lie always has ; His
! enemies and those of the people must fall before ;
shocked bv the death ot James MsK, Jr., as mem
rl... I, t.rtn f-i;ir (iii'tllo O rd ft n lufl mi n 9
uri? ui iiitr uuiiiau iiiitiii . . - v., ........... 5
of the violent taking away of the life of a prominent
man. In fact they w ill feel a grim satisfaction in ,
know ing that the "man who has kept them trom their
rights by his manipulations of Courts and juries.
keeping apparently above all the usual means ofj
redress, bos uot also had the power of rendering
himself iurmortal. Ou the news of his death Erie J
bonds advanced four dollars, the holders of shares j
believing that no successor would dare use the
means that he employed to keep them from their
l ights. To the shameof the Judiciary of ew iotk !
it had become proverbial that he owned several of I
the Courts as well as controlled the halls of legis- i
lation. and gradually, through his influence, there ;
was growiug up among the people in England a i
distrust of all American securities. To expect i
from the swindled belders of Erie shares anything
like sympathy for the deceased would neceaaitate j
that they should be more than human; tbat they :
would withhold their sorrow if Stokes had really '
committed suicide is more likely, as that eveDt '
would relieve them from contributing to fee conn- '
sel to defend him for ridding tbem of an Old Man
of the Mountains who clunsr around their necks and
would not be shaken off. They may now see light 1
shiuing through the clouds" overhanging their
I The tieatinent of the inhabitants of Cuba by the
despotic power of Sptin has long been a disgrace
lo the civilized nations. Many a time has it aroused
nncnw..riil r.Kuii;.,nj io-i filled thut Tiir
island with fire and slaughter. Spain's late acts. '
however, have called down upon it the hearty con-
demnation H tleserves.
s'and any loncer idle
The I'ni'ed States cannot '
and view these outrages
without raii'iii a protesting voic. and, if needs be.
a strong arm in delei-ce of the oppres--d. A party ,
of students are slain in cold blood and a number
ot them sentenced to the chain gang as common
felons. Instead of moderating, the ill treatment,
increases in force. Spain has taken umbrage at j
the tokens of displeasure in the United States and j
has recalled its Ambassador. From all appear- ;
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nnci-s. it win soon receive tue puuisnmeiii. ui
hands it deserves, and Cuba will be freed frcm the
despotic rule of Atnadeu arid take rank as an in
dependent naiioa. f.'.'a.
Loxpon. Jin. 4. An important dr-rnoastratii n
was made by Irishmen at Liverpool lat night in
favor ot home rule for Ireland. Sullivan, editor
of the Dublin XaJiffi, addressed the meeting,
which was en:husiaiic. but orderly.
Loxrxiv. Jan. 4. Graves and IiatLbon, members
of Parliament, i-t see-cne yesterday cve-nuiir, re
ferred to the Wa.hinsrton Treaty ia ternii f the
highest pri-e, and aJvoetted an alliance between
Great Lritain and the L'toted Slate. The treaty
is the leading topic in the journals at the prtsetit
time. The Advri i .r nlnnr rppoes it. declaring
that th rrk'!ih Co:mo-w4,.'i. i s have been out
wilted ; that Lus'.iad is bouud baud acd font. It
says l!:at if the Geneva Hoard should award all
the I'nitvd SlaU-s ofiensi el v fh.ui-l cl urn. war
w.'iild be less iiijnri.iiis to Knjrlaud than settle
ment. The .leperfi.-. r concludes w ith an a;.pt-ul
to wiihdtaw troni a treaty whih is an insult to the
LuxtKix. Jan. S Morning.- The 7Toie t.i-day
ajain discusM'S tLe sul-jvet of th- i claims,
luaintaitiir.g that the American argument embodies
an entire misconception of tbe view, and feelings
of the English Government at the outbreak of the
London, Jan. 7. The Government having re
fused to help the Uoyal Geographical Kocieiy lo
organize an expedition in search f Dr. Living
stone, the Society uow appeal. v the people for
assistance. Great efforts are being made to start
the expedition this month.
London. Jan. 6. The ex-Emperor Napoleon, on
New Year's day. is reported to have said : " I
will pive Thiers six months of Presidency of the
French Republic, and at the end ol lhat, time Gaiu
betta will be in his place and ihe change b favor
able to the Impel ial cause."'
Pai:is. Jan. 7. There was an uproarious scene
in the Assembly yesterday, the oecaion being the
reading of a large number of petitions praying
for the restoration nf a Monarchy. Some ct the
petitions wanted the Count de ChambortL ether
the Count de Paris for King. Tb presentation of
their rival claims excited tbe partisans of b.-th
Princes to frequent demonstrations, while the Re
publicans and Radicals made noisy opposition
throughout the reading, which was frequently in
terrupted. The steamer Mt.9nd lately made a voyage from
Liverpool to Calcutta vi k the Suez canal in thirty
three days. This undoubtedly show that the jour
ney to India is made a great deal shorter by that
route. Should the canal be so enlarged as to
admit ships ot large capacity, how long will it tie
before the whole commerce ot Fairope with Asia is
diverted to that route? Is Hot this probable event
suflicient to cause some uneasiness to our merchants
and ship-owners who now enjoy a share f the Eu
ropean trade with Asia? It is a long time since
we have heard report ol projected canals through
the Isthmus of Darien and the Tohuantepee route,
but so far nothing has been accomplished. We
trust that they who are interested in the enterprise
will urge this matter before Congress at the next
session. There is no other way now left to America
since tbe opening , of the .Sues canal, to compete
with Europe in carrying on the trade with Asi.
than by opening a ship canal between North and
South America. Alta.
The World's Pka'ck Jrwi.KK. Mr. P. S. Gilmore,
who is now in London, is actively at work in for
warding the mission on which he has been des
patched from Iloston. This is to inaugurate a
peace jubilee, by the grandest musical gathering
yet witnessed. It is designed to hold the Interna
tional Musical Festival in ioton. It is to open
on the 17th of June. 1872. and close on the 4th of
July. A Colosseum is to seat 100.000 persons and
therein w ill rise a chorus of 20.000 voices, accom
panied by 2.000 Instruments. The first day of the
two weeks is to be dedicated to England, and is
intended especially to celebrate the Treaty of
Washington. On that occasion, when the Compo
sitions of the most illustrious among British coin
posers will be selected, the foremost place is
arrayed for " God save the Queen,'' which is to be
sung by 20,000 American voices, accompanied by
every accessory lhat can heighten the etlect. Each
day of the two weeks is to be dedicated to a na
tion. One object of Mr. Gil more 's visit is. that the
nations of Europe should each be represented at
this universal feast of harmony by a magnificent
band, in the full uniform of its country, and this is
to tie recognized as the gift and contribution of
each Government to the first International Musical
Festival. the first peace jubilee of all nations
ever held. Mr. Gilmore comes accredited to
Europe by tbe President of the United States, by
the Government of his own Slate of Massachusetts
and by the Mayor as the represeutalivo of lioston.
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