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NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1878.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
THE POLITICAL FIELD.
REPUBLICAN OPINIONS AND PLANS.
?XNA-It'It ANTHONY ON l'l'BIJC SENTIMENT IN RHODE
ISI AND -TR.il.-lU_? IN THE IXTII INDIANA 1)18
TKICT?A llltM 1. MM THE UBPL'BLICANS IN
THE IXTII OHIt) DlKiliU 1.
In an in!? rview, Senator Anthony says the
National in??vt ment ban do .strength in Rhodu
Island. He thinks that State will give ns b__f_ a
Republican majority tu usual next Fall. Secretary
Thompson is going home to heal Um -____-_
_ions among Republican? in the IXtli Indiuiia
District, where there is opposition to J__lf_ Orth.
In Ohio the Republicans have some hojM? of car?
rying the IXth District, by -supporting an
Independent candidate. The Mew-York Den
ocratic State Committee will meet at Saratoga,
A DISTRICT THAT OUGHT NOT TO BE LOBT.
mUHidl OrrOMtKM TO -UD<_K OK III IN THE
IXTH INDIANA DISTRICT?SECJRETHtY TIIOMl'SON
WILL _____ TO Uil IHK WOVNDS.
1B? TELEOB-PH TO THE TRIIU'NF.I
Wa*?iiin<?t<i\'. Aug. 13.?Secretary Th<?n)t><?<)n will
leave for Indiana on Thursday, and will r?main
upon hi? farm in that State for about three weeks.
, d todav that be has no intention of giving
up liia posit i?>u as Secretary of tlie Navy, unless hi*.
heailh makes it absolutely necessary for liim to do
to. The report that he is to be transferred to ill?
l)i-|i:irliii??iit ?if Justice in place of Mr. D.-vciis. and
that Governor Rice, of Mas-achin-etls, Is i<> HMered
hinias Secretary ?>f the Navy, grew out of the fact
that while the Secretary was in Bo>t<>n ? week Of M
?(jo he was constantly in the comp:iny of (.overnor
Rice, riding with him about the city and dining
?ith him at the sea-shore. There is no foundation
whatever, he said, for Ihe report that he is to give
un the Navy portfolio.
Speaki.igof politics in Indiana, the BeeietaTJ ?___
he very much fears that the Republicans will loot I
member of Congress?in the lXlh District. The
charge against Judge Orth, who ib ruiuiiiig tot Con?
gress in that district, that he was bemtsaoie? with
the movement to defraud the Government of V? ne
fiicla by Hie ?riTiiiiization of a dishonest claim?-' roiii
m, has never been denied, nor has Mr. Orth
attempted to explain th. charge away. His with?
drawal from the canvass after he had been nomi?
nate?! for (?Joveruor ihr? e y? ais aero and just after
the charge was maile, and his failure to gagjm? any
reason for Wich a withdrawal, has left an bnpiee
sion in the Bebida of the people of Indiana that his
relit? DOS is equal to a conlession of guilt. In addi?
tion to tins, i.f?i.?ral Lew Wallace and Other prom
incut Indiaiiians have just issued a circular to the
voters, urgiiii' t-hein to vote the Republican ticket,
but to scratch Jiidjr?' Orth's name. Secretary Thomp?
son M_d he had heard that Henry ... Lam's name is
attached to tlie circular. Mr. I.ane, he said, is pom
lar, and if his name is attached to the circular,
judge Orth's political prospects are poor, indeed.
fall g. bone,-1 said tin? s.-t-i.-tary.. *" and tip
t? heal these ?liftercnces. It is terrible and greatly
? ?I'plore?! that the Republicans are toloeea
Congressman by these ineana 1 do Hot believe
Judge Orth i? dishonest, and Ins groat miefortnne
is that ho did not dlsprov? the charge madeageiMt
piim three years un il be could, tbmr? are local
oppositions to Judge Orth in his district, He lives
in Lafayette. Ciawfordariile, the'Athene' of In?
diana, becanse ?>f its seminaries, wanis ils man
elected, (.??lierai Lew Wallace, so I have beard,
- .re I.e.? a use the Administration has no! giren
bim a fo-xiifii mis?!?)?. Hut these things mus? he
de. It would be a calamity to elect a Deino
ciat t?i Congeea in a ilistri? t that is so largely Re
puhlicau as in the IXth District of Indiana/'
Wlfln RKI'IJUK ANS MAY WIN.
BT KVPPOKTINii AN ISD-I'KNDKNT CANDIDA IK THEY
MAT CARRY THE IXTH OHIO DlirBICT.
IBT T___<*RA-*_. TO THE TKIHCSE. I
Coia'MBUS, Ohio, Ang. 13.?The Hon. Ixirenro
English has fiually conseil!? .1 t?i beeOBM an in?l_
peudeut camliditte for Congress in this district tin
IXth), against George L. Converse, the Democratic
nominee. Mr. Lugliah earnestly desir?-?! that some
other gentleman should make the race, but he was
so urgently pre-*?? by ?it-legations and le!.ers from
all the comities in the district, that he accepted this
afternoon in a letter addressed to General Beatty
and oth??rs. A very large meeting of leading 1.?-pub?
licans from each comity was held this morning,
Governor Deae-MB being pn-s? ut ami takiug an
active part in the proceedings. Arrangements
made to leceiT. the delegations to the
Coiigressional Convention at the depot on
their arrival on Thursday, and escort them
to the convention. Over 400 espectable ciii
sens have signifled their intention to join
the prbcession. After the preliminary pr?>
eeedingsof the convention are over, a motion will
founvle to support Mr. l.uglish as an ifidijxndciit
candidate. It is probable that Genend beatty will
Bake a sjiecch favoring such action.
Among the signers calling on Mr. English to 1k
<cew a candidate are some of the strongest Dem
ecrat? in the D?trict?men who supported Vallan*
digham, and who never voted any other than the
Democratic ticket. These men include a number of
tlx* most influential busines", men of the community.
"ture a u-Miiiiiatiou for Congress in this dis?
trict mi the Republican side was an empty honor,
hut now tin- liepiililicaus propose to take th? of
ffiiM.e ^itd very good fightingch_iic?*sof winning,
Bot-ithstauduig the tact that the counties which
Jon coinuose it gave a Denux-ratic majority of
Everything points toward an
Bnitsuallv m-vero struggle, both the candidates
being old citizens and prominent Lawyers.
?IIPLATNING TO THE PKKSIDKNT.
B- Pit') .tt?F8 Tf) LOOK INK) THK IlKFOKTS ITIOSI
THK KOBr'OUt DLNTWCT.
IBT T-I.E<*.UArH TO THE TBIBCBE.I
sniNGTON, Aug. 13.?The commitle?? of Re?
publicans from the ?Id District of Virginia, who
ttune here to rcinon.trat. against the retention of
rats in the Navy Yard and Custom House at
M-Uk, had an interview with the President to
-t*J. They repntsenle?! that the Democratic Kop
?tsentativc iu Congress, Mr. Oeole, has secured
-_*appointment of many active D-tuocruts in Noi
rolk, and that th?y are using their iiill-.ience anil in
-tery v,av aiding his reelection. The commute?
_-_) ?4at*??l Hint there is a large Repablleaa majority
ilislri. 1, and Ilia! with tiie c?penitiiin of the
m and a luir ?-h-etiini a KeptiMieau
nit. In? eleoted. The- I'resulent Unik
I. of the complainte, and i?rom
iti ?o shall I?. ha?l. 11,
?nut ho will tin?! thtiii
???Iscorr.?i. ?ho l're-ideiit repliwl that if their
ire S-stained the piotK.r leun-.lies shall
?--PUBLICAN II - IN FLORIDA.
?-. IXlSovi.l! THINK*. IHK PABTV WILL CARRY IHK
inr *____Muni to thk rKiituNK.i
ox. Aug. 13.?Senator Conovor, who
?|j?ji?t ariiv.l from Florida, spaakf with confi
g*? of his election tothe House, and sa.v.t his nom
?' i? heartily approved iu his <li?tii<t. Mi.
..Haiti that Mi. H_.be? (K.p.i will be
m the 11.1 DUti-ie., in view of th.? fart
is ffr?at ?iissa-iitfaetiou with the Deuio
?NHYLVANIA'H NEW COUNTY.
MV niviUKD-A MAJOKITY OK OVKR
? >l ?v?D KOB TU* ?KW COUNTY OF LACK?
I?! TKLgORAPB TO THE TaiBVXB.I
*<?AMi,?<, lVun., Aug. 13.?The people of this
**'*?"'Kj'.ieing over the birth of tlie new Countv
^UeksTvann?. Cuna are popping, bells are ring
"*r> t?Btr_*i are blazing, band? are playing, and
?**<---_ people aie |>ar_ding the ?treeta. The nia
*?"? for th. new county will probably rise 7,000?
?**nly more toan 6,000. Scranton, where the new
rtbnihtinga will he erected, went almost solid
?vor of the new county, the rote being 0,000
?tod about 100 againat. AU the parties un foul
?***?--d together with great enthusiasm. Tbia
*? **iot a forty yeare? struggle. The re<.uUite
legislation for the division of Luzerne County waa
procured last sea-ion. The question wan decided
to-day by the voters of the district composing the
new county. The opposition, headed l?y two promi?
nent and tatentted leaders, was deaperate and
tricky, rather ilian forcible, and has failed utterly,
riiis county will be able to give a good account of
itself in the future.
A RHODE ISLAND SENATOR'S V1EW8.
SENATOR ANTHONY ON I'lHI.IG BENTTMKNT IN HIS
8TATK?HIS Ol'IMON OF THE POTTER INVEH? I
OATfON?WHAT UK THINK? OF Tlll'KMAN AM?
GKANT AH PHKSIOKNT1AL CANDIOATE8.
[FBOM A _t_C__ ?OKRF.H1 ONDKNT OF THF. TRIB?NE."
Kahatooa, N. Y? Aug. 13,?Senator Henry B.
Anthony, of Rhode f-lftl. ha? been making his an?
nual visit to Baalof-a WhM asked in conversa?
tion a day or two a-(> if the views of the National
party had obtained much hold among tho large
manufacturing population of llliode Island, he said
that he saw little evidence of it. Tho people of
Rhode Island were nearly all at work, although at
low wage?, and the ?lincontcnt caused l>y lack o?
employment ?lid not prevail nimm- them. _ OimHI
hack pa'Hi had l?eeu staitt-d recently in i'lovnli-nce,
hut what liitluenec it wa". likely to havo he was
unable to tell.
In reply to an inquiry concerning his estiraat-c of
the results of the Potfaf iiiventigiition, La unid
that it appeared to have "petered out." to
us.- a Wetten phrase. It depended liiaiuly on the
?iippost-il autlientii-ity of the Bbaraifl letter, and
that l?-tter had been proved not to bo authentic
1 he failure ol the iu\ estimation inuxt be liijurioiif to
tli?- Dem?.? -ratie part v. Of its elicit upon the for?
tunes of Mr. Tilden he did not care to speak, in
further MMTOttation, however, Senator Ant!:niiy
said that he supposed Mr. TOdea could get the Pein
on.itie Domination ?u L880in the ?__.? way m in
1876?by luiving it.
leotiofl the suggest ?.m of Mr. Thunii.'ui's name
for the choiee of the 1 > -Tiiocracy, he laid that he
con -hit red Mr. Tlnimiau a very ??tioiig an?l verv
able man: in fact, tho leading man of the DoBO
cratic party, fn napntnio to a naoatton whether he
thought Mr. Thill mail. M the Democratic candi?
date, could cany New-York, Connection, and ny
Jeraey, BeaaterAnthony s.ml that was hard to tell.
Th?-s'3 States, in a fairly ooadaeted ?lection, v.? re
Republieaa, and be believed would have been ear?
ned for Hayes in l*?7t? if there ha I bean DO cheat?
ing, lint there was so much fraud in New-York
ind the "washing'' ol lb?, city so affected tho
elections in New-Jereey and Connecticut that the
republicans could not be sure in any year of tin
?aeoaai to which they were entitled.
?ior Anthony ?its a? I?. ?1 hi.? opinion of the talk
about a third tenu f?.r Gem ral Graut, lie said tha;
it was too early todiacou the prospecte of possible
l'ltsidenlial candidates, bul he thought thai (??li?
erai (?rant would la-a strong Candidate and would
be acceptable to the mil.?? ul Ke|.ubiicans.
(Senator Anthony exor?__ied tli<- belief that the
Republican party in Rhode Island was in us good
condition now as iu tin- past, and would gire M
large a majority as usual at the next election. He
declined to ear anything about the stat?- of public
sentiment in Haasaebnaette orto speak of General
l'utler's course, saying thai bewaaaol familiar with
Maaaaehnaetta affairs, the relations of ?b ?de
Ul andera being more with New-York than \\ ii
A ONE-SIDED ELECTION.
THF. ALABAMA DRMOCBAT? 1IAVF. r.VT.KT IHIN(i THEIR
MoNTOoMKity, Ala., Aug. 13.-The vote foi the
Democratic State ticket la-?t week was about
8U.O0O. There was no op|)osilion. The Legislature
will be almost entirely Demo, rulic.
AN AMiAill.K (?I.T.INJIACK (,'OMMIITI'.K.
Tina MBMBBBB AT TUB BTT-T-VANT H?lt Si: I N
n niAiN BsroBT-JM ant? i.A/.ii.Y pacute ro_
Three nicinbeis of the State Conimitteo
appointed liy tli? ??yracuie Nati?.nul (irectib.ck ?_ihor
Convautioti un? at the Slut levant House, l^?l??fred by
reporter?, await Inn ?ucli kuccoi :t? Ihr other nii-niNr* of
tin csiiiiiiitii ?' may brlti- tiic.-.i Au?:u?t 1". Till? ts now
?append !?> t>?- the date *i the mwi,?? ti ihe ?ut>
couiiiiittcc Hi?iK?iiit<t-?l to Intriiioni-c the ?rvoral Naw
Tork faction?. French'? Hotel lia? lieen BSearei as tbe
pliKi- of mcetin_. Initie mciuwhUe, Mi-a?ni. I'.uiKom.
New Ion und rVrl?-hi, who arrived here KOtuewtiat ahead
of time, will eut.-n.Hlii all caller?. These comu.iltecaieu
are. very amiable. Mr. Kitn?out BOOaM to c.?ro little
that one uew?p?i?er in??ri?lll 'I Hie Mrfal vi..it f?f Marru?
Bunion Into a iiin'S-iiieetltin. He any? If they w?-re di?
?h>?c<1 to do auy husine.?, th. r couldn't ?to il until the
aniviilof the other metulM-r? of the coiutiilttee.
Mr. Wright, when naked it it wasu't a tuet that John
K?-ily waa pajina for th? Don-fortabla parlor be aiol hi?
eolieegnes occupy al the sturt.-vant, IkiikIk-.i, ami
?aid that be occasionally eaase to New-Tort, and loumi
Ma ai.?1 ? % ? n ("itiBcuial t?? pay hi*? own h??t?'l bill?.
Last .renia*Mr, Wright dist-iuuted elit?r?, arberaanon
Mr. I'nti.oiTi, who rccelvt ? the moral ?iipport of alt.
Newton, lectured tbe yonng mea pre?('Dt on temperance
und tbe tillchtiiifc Influence of tobacco. Mr. Wright*?
liberality promues, however, to-?aperen with Ml
m.mV I..?.'!?'. Tin i?- wen- .-<?-.i?ral visitors last evening,
and much random talk on greenback?, homy-hatulcd
toller?, and the labor wnv<-.
FREEDOM OF ACTION APPROVED.
The Kopiiblicnn Association of the XXIwt
Assembly District held Its that uoctlng after the Sum?
mer recess last evening In Lincoln Hall, at On?
Uundred-Bti<l-flixteenth-8t. and Third-are. Abontfc_00
were pre.ent, among whom were (.
George W. Palmer, Francl? Raymond, cx-Alder
maii Rufas B. (owing, Alexander M. Fugleman,
J. J. C. Lmigbeln, ('.lierai I). F. liurke, J. c. (j,,}?,,,
Jaiuo? M. ThompRou, James Kawsou, William J. Mailnu>
and other?. On last Monday evening tho Executive
Committee held the usual inn-ting to examino the roll,
und alter striking out the nana ?of deeeaned member?,
and the nutiR-s of those who hail min.?ved from the illa*
trict, the-passed, a? it is alb-god, a r? solution sinking
out the tisuii ?of more, than forty member? on the ground
of their support of the preaenl AdtiimUtratlon.
The u>e>Tli)g last evening wa? called t?> oi-iler by Ru?
in? B. CoHing. Alter the u.iiiti loiDlnn bnalnaaa, Qa_
eral Palmer iirci-d, lu a brief speech, that all vot.-r?
?Uuuid be eordlally Inri ted to |ot? th?> aaaoetaUoo, irre
siM-i live of their synioathlea with or oppoaiiioii to tho
I?olicv of the present Admitii.tratioii. The morion in?
vailed viithoul u dis.eiitmg vote, and tbe cominillo-'?
reaoliillou whs not ofl.-red. The uasocilittou udjotirued
until the ?oeoud Tuesday In September.
A CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC COMMIT! KK.
KociiLvrKii, N. Y., Aug. 13.?A meeting
of the Iieiiioemtle Kiate ("mmitte husbe-eu culleil by the
ehairiiiaii, William Purcell, to lie hold at the Inie.l
States Hotel, hai-toga, Thunwlay, Auguai '-., 1H7M, at II
The following additional nominations for
member? of Ihe XLVIih (.'otigress have Ix? u uiade:
State. liittrict. Sominte. Party.
Maine.V.Jo?ooh It. Mall?n.Hem.
Pt-tiu .I.Maxwell Rtev.itiN'in (?>x-Drm.).Nai'l
Vermont. II.J. M. Tyler. Bap,
Wisconsin.I.-Cuarle? O. WHIIhiu?.Rep.
THE TEXAS AND PACIIHrs KARNINiJH.
I'HII.ADKI.PIIIA. Allf*\ l'i.?Tho niiiiiml nieet
luifof Ihe ?toekhoUiei? ol the Texas un?l Pacitlc Rail?
road Company wa? held t hi? afteiiiomi, Henry O. Stcl?-.
biu?, of New-York, presiding. In the annual rep?irt of
the director? It Is stated that 444 miles of road ?re ope?
rated. The aroas earning? for the year'ended May 31
were 4?-,.'.ll,.tl0 ?,'>, the working cxpeusea Tl,llt,
439 3?, and the net earning? $ia'i.H7tt 07. In gro??
eainili.H, a? eompiired with the jin-viou? yeut, there
wa? an Increase of *_7S,?i.")7 Oft. Of the entire tonnage
7U i?er ?eut was local buaiins, aud _4 per cent through
bu.iu'-??. There wa? an Increase ol 7_ percent m com
YESTERDAY AT CHALTAUI?LA LAKL.
Faibpo?nt, N. Y., Auif. 13.?There are now
450 cottage?, ?34 oanva? tenta and thirty lairlsble
cottage? on tbe Point. Tho leetures to-day were
given by Bishop Foster on "Existence Beyond tho
Orare;" Frank Beard, of New-York; Mr. O. II. Bsh
cock, of Plaiufleld. N. J, on " I'.tl? ?tin? ;" the Rer. S.
McUerald, on " Jerusalem," and tho Rev. Dr. Horet, o?
the Drew Theological r?cmluary, on "How England
hocame a Protestant Nation."
FATAL FREAK OP A MADMAN.
Cincinnati, Aug. 13.?While a paaaeafcc
train on tbe Springfield, Jackson aud Pomeroy nar
row-guage Railroad was ?Unding at tbe Batnbndge
(Ohio) ?tattou at noon yesterday, Albert Pepple, orased
by drink, detached the engine from the tram and started
It off at tbe rate of fifty mile? an boor. On coming to a
abort eure tbe engine lamped tbe track, end (ell ob
Its ?hie. a complete wree_. People wa? mangled In a
fearful manner, and died aoon afterward.
MRS. ELIZABETH PAYSOX PRENTISS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Payson Prcutiss, wife of the
Rev. Oeurgo L. rreuUss, I). D., of Union Theological
8?__lnary, and daughter of the lato Rev. Dr. Edward
Payson, died at Dorset, Vt., yesterday, where she had
gone to pass the Bummer.
Mr?. PrentUa woe about flfty-flve years of age. and
was born In Portland, Me., where she was al?o married,
coming to this city about thirty year* ago,
her husband having received a call to the old
Mercer 8ti?vt ('lunch, !o succeed ihe Rev. Dr. Bklnuer.
Mrs. Prenfie? wu* well known liy her numerous _____>
ren's book*,and nearly every Suud>iy-sehool|llbrary in the
land 1? supplied wit li her beaks, Among the liest known
of her hooks were "latir. Six IJIrilnlav?," " Flower of
the Family," and " Htepptng Heavenward"?the lauer
boug meeting with unusual favor among religion? \?eo
ptc Throughout Hie world. It ha? had a sale of ITrO, I MM
copies in the United t-t u<? alone. She wua a hrilliiwt
r.e.vei-satlonillst, as well n* a ready writer. From early
girllioo?! ?be wa* accustomed to write, but ?t?
not begin to pulillt.Ii iint'l ls'.l. The Suni
niir residence at Dor??-t Wa? puh-Iihm-iI by her
from h-.-r lite: ar.v earnings. A ?Titter of Mr.?. Preiitl.??
iimrri.'.l Prates MM Hopkins, of William? ! T.ilege, and Dr.
Pi-entis?, her __*ba__. was a brotherattmrmaat t, tram
Us?, III.? gre.it >'illl belli orator.
Among her other wnrk? are : " Only .1 Daadelioo, an?
other Mini. "." " ll.nrv and Bessie, " " Utile Bu
Brother-." ?? i.,tn.- .?um > Uttie Barraiate/1 ?* Little
Tin-, -hi!?-," " Tin r.-i.t??ired, Miiris anil Me," M Urban
iiml His Friends," Hti'l "I! ten? .nul Bangs <?1 UM I _r1s
Man Life." ?v. mil of her ii.uk? have been tr?!
Ii.Iii German iiii.l Fi-i mil, iiml marly all li;i\t- Im? u i?
pubiishod Iu Kii?Titud.
THK Ri:V. t.i.'.U.! ?.II.KtM.AM.
LOBOOV, 'iu. ??Liy, Aug. It, 1871.
The Rev. Gang? (.ululan, Ihn w? 11-kiiov? n
reliai. Ti.? un 1 mi .fili.iiii'iiiii. tt ule;, :? ili-i.il, ,il tl.ciige
of sixiy-ti.c. -Mr. QU_U__ was :? n-i-I.I. nt tt
Duuilce, M-otlatnl, where f.u uptviir I of ttttf yeiir? he
held a pastera tt. li?- ?role the "Qaltery <?f I_*?ra_7
l'iiitlTiilH," li ml several works v. ell-known in cl.ni'h
W. s MALLOBT.
Batavia, N. V., Av* 13.-W. S. Malloiv,
niie .il tlii? ubi. ?t eiti/.eiiH .?! lia? villiige, nuil Inr in.tny
? ;iiuiiiii.?'ut iii.it. ni M.-.?I? in .Ww-Nnrk, died l;..?t
/'/.'/ SIOEST BA ) MON OS ( tiSlUTlOS.
l'i.i .?iiKiiii'sii:, N. Y., Aug. J :t. ?l'r.'s-d.-iit Rav?
in..n.l a_a barely aiiv.? ai mi<lui_lit. He will _ir.il?
ably survive until daylire.tk.
i DaTrI?G TRAIN Ri i ni: IL Y.
FOUR MIN B'TaPBISB TU) OOKDCClXKi 0? A KANSAS
Tu ?.in. ROI un: SXPal -? *>_i I m i,"', ??*??<?. AMD
At< lii-ov, Kan., Aug. 1 Tl.?One of the Im.IiI
?-?t nuil in"ht during train robberies Ikef gra? seeurn i
111 !he Went, lenk pl.iee llboilt 1 ::IU ?l'el?.k till? lll'.ITIIIIg
iil.niil ii tull?- In -low Wltithi'i.p .liitn-tiiiii, ii|ipn?!!c tl'i?
?ttv. As train No. 4 ?m the Kmixii? City, K. ?temp?
ulnl Couti.ll lliillT? I-tiiillnud, builinl south, left
Wiullirnp Jiin.tluu, Coiiduelor Ilrown n ?. 11... t futir ini-u
g.-i OB Hie pl.itfiiriu .lief ?vccii the baggage e:ir mid Ihe
!i>.m i-ohi-Ii. but .lit! not think anything ?*_.. wintig.
At ihe tt?tiiil 11 m?? be li-ft the baggage-car ami Halted la
ft tliri'!i?h th- trata. The first p??r?on? he met were
fuir uni' s',. .tnling ou the platform. A* It?- stepped <>n
Ihe platfi'tin the spjiuretit lend? r ?if Ihn men pulled
?nit two i?-vi.lv, rx. mu? ]>.iiii|.iig ttieiii it! liltu. ordered
hi?l buck Into the biiggjge rur, iiud st Ihe HUM lime
directe?! him lo hold up hi? hsnil?. t'ondm-tor liront!
wa* tlill? i'oiiipelled to submit. A* tint . .1? r> >l IJ.. ? . ir
fi.iin the dark mam, Ihe tlr?! msn tiny met ?vu? ??ninth?.
Hut baggage-man, ami while ]ii?tols wem point? ?I
at bil?), be was ordered |e hold up his hand?.
A young n,.m nutiii-il Mather, who wss lu tin? l.agg.igc
rar, was then raeeked and given the ?ims order. Knink
ituxler, the e_i re?? agent, ?as sitting lu s ?hull tu tin?
iightcil cud of the oar. with his bills In his lao oe.l tin
expre?? safe ?.p.-ii bold, him, busily cugugrd In his work.
II luid not liotlied the seeue that wa* being riittcte.i in
the next ?i.i. A revolver wu* dim?! li. hi? face and he
w_? orilei'i-.l to bnlit up lit? liiindn. Tin? bail-r of the
gang then ?teppiil up to the .?tr ?ml <1? lux-rut? ?t lran~
feii.il itlN.iit io.100 l<> n sack th.- robben lis?! with th.to
OoD-ueto. Brown waa then asked If behadauyn
and he isplled thiit In- had sec, pointing Utelr past?la in
id? fue, th. v erdered him to step tin train, erne bai Ina
Un oilier itlteriii.ilv,-. lie palled the hell-rone. A? tin
trsiu *la< bard Its speed tin four me? bucked out of in.?
tar,still covering tac other* ?ttb their piMni?, and dis?
appeared iu th.- il-i-uo????. No ?wearing wu? Innulg.-.l la.
MM Ihe riilir? Wnrk wss done til le?, IIihii lite
m)mii? ?a, Tin- train wu? tiled wim paaaeagera. bal bobs
ol Iheui knew of tu?, lobliery unlil the tin. t
seeaeed, Ike robbers were eool sad eolloeto?, ebowed
no sign* of tlinl.l'tv. sud weiit to work Ilk?. rx|M>i i? -1,.. <t
banda Monea*! laaaa wars Beaked. >ai?i??w to their
bu tilily hu? Ttt at?? ilbt-ot, i.d.
TRAG If AFFAIR (1 I NADILLA,
Ml*i II ,*\i ilKMK.NT- Mil. Ml IlIiKH AN!? ?RJICIDI
( M -Kli IIY .iril.i.t -V.
Cmii'KK-TowN, X. Y., Aug. l'A.?CoiiKitlciiilili?
? '?uinniliou ?till? exists ou aceuuoi of thu img? ?l> ut
l'iiudlllu, <it?eg?i loutity, on Tliiir?du.v uiflit. il now
aplHfius that for *oine Hint, M.isliull t.ruiilil?. of I'na
?lillit, hud Imjiii jealous of hi* wife. Bring thrown out of
employment last month, (Irsntii? began to
drtnlt heavily, and abused hi* family ao thai
Mrs. Urauui* had lo leave til?n ami ?ought
room? In a neighboring _mi?e in Ihe villige.
R.sehlng I'liiiiJill.iilHie on Thur-il-y ift. rntmn, h.? ?eut
wonl t.. hi? wife to meet him at the dry good? (ton Ol
Mtilor f. I). r't.lottH. aml|he would giv? her Something.
Thm Wile repaired liter? with lier youngest elilbl, and
reaehiag t?ere ut i? o'clock reniai nod s bout an hour,
when liei hnnbiiiiit ?.nun Iu. Winiollt ii'itiiTng In? Wife,
i.iunni? pioke?! up hi? little? bov from oil lb? burr?! on
Which ho v. u. .IttilJg, itiid ltl.silig hlln hevmul llini?-,
placed him buck, am!, without a word, pulled from hi?.
?ide-ptx-ki-t a tiuall nvoiver. whlih DC tired directly
Iu In? wit?'? tame, the bullet |-?n? tratltig through
t!ii i). to the brain, ?he fulling dead lo the floor. Major
Fellows, the only p_r?oti p.. ?*ut, then trl. ?I to ?e, urc
the tuiir_._-r.-r. when he, turned und eudeuvorcri to ?!i -
P iti h Ihe Mujor, wtio fled out of door*. Oiannl* then
pl.t.-.-?! in? ulstoi to hi* right tuiuple, mi?, dlsckargiii^s
salle! Into hi* head, tell ?lead aereas hi* luuidered wife.
T he ? nanl t t ??rouir hu? attempted t? bold in lag OS* t,
but hu? been prevented by nunervisor Holomoii u.
C'oheu, who rafasod !.. iKirtult the Corouer even to view
the bodies, ?o uo iiKiuetMt will be lieh).
TMLLOW FFAEi; IS Til_TSOUTH.
nan of THK muusi m >_?_____,
Mi-Mi'iii-, I ein)., Aug. l:i.?Mrs. Kate Hrontla,
an IrUhwomun. living nearly in the centro of the ?iiy.
wa? officially reported this morning as having genuine
yellow fever. Hint lu* been keeping a ?malt entlng
ii'iu-e. whii'ii baa been almost eaUrely Irtxjaentea by
rouHtub'uit? and rlv,?r hand??. l)r. Eraklne, tin? Hraltn
oftii ei, iu? taken ekarge of the building and bloek, and
will ai ??lie* dlslnfe? I and liiuilgHte the eutlre ?ipiitie.
SKVKIIAL CArtr-B ON A III VI.?8 ___________
Lori.tvii.i.K, Ky., An?. 18.-_.__M Joliu D,
Potter, wllli several cuses of yellow ?ever on b0?!-,
lauded here lu?t night, und tlnn moved up th? ilvur
toward Cincinnati, Ikera Is bo a_i_aoh.iiaiuii of dan?
ger iiere. _
>OKTV ill?Ki: M.W i ?,-l- \1 M.v. iil-l.i AN.-.
Nkw-Oki.kan-i, Ah?.. 111.?Foity-tlirt-c new
easesot yellow lever and twent?,-mm death* were re?
pon, d lo-daj.
THE IUBB-3IDJC? m 'Hi/
San FitAsrisij?), An-; 1:1.?A Baker City,
Ontgon, dl"patch, ?*>>? : "A courier has Ju?t arrived
tram atatmeaa kttBamy, hiingiiig iiitoiiigi,ni-?t <>f the sur
tmgmmt of Olt-, the surviving ' inndlciiio man ' and _fe__f
of a putty ?if sixly Ituliun*. ineliidlng ttftei-u wurrlor*.
The Minen?!? t of Dit/, sud purl?, leave* only a few hostile
Hiiitk?-?? una?ii'imiujii for. .Mi?..?ngrr? lute been _Is
patched to bnug in two or Ikrae ?mall oiiiiie? known lo
tin- neighbor.Iig Uioillituill*. ill.? Indian tiounliH
may be considered to lie over for tuo ?eusou in this see
A 8IIAKI- KltiHT WITH INDIANH.
Galvk?ton, Tex., Aug-. 13.?A sitcc?mI dis?
patch to rae -\>tv* tioiti tmtl < lark states that six cow
boy* found a baud of eight Indiana Ibis morning ut <! ,y
light, on Hi. Nti-i-e? River, when a ?liurp light ensued,
resulting in the killing ?if tour Indium., ami the ?anuir?
of another, who is now tu ihe guunl-iioii??- at ihe Fort.
On?? of Ihe boy? reieiv-.l u leal wound iu tin. neck, una
the others bad their clothing pt-rfoiateti wilh bullets.
THi; U'ilC'A I'AUK BACKS.
Utioa, N. Y., Auk. 13.?The Utica Park
Association races oiKjued to-day wiiU ipleudid ?rallier,
a good track, and a very large atteudutiee The __M
race was won by Dams Trot. Time?'.':_'_ _, '_:__, and
M| Diek HwiveUor look the '_:_'_ ra.-e. Tiuie? _:_1 *_,
_:'__>., aud -?1.
Blerpy Omirge and gweetzer will huve an extra pacing
ru?? to-aioirow lor ?l,ovV.
THE BERLIN SETTLEMENT
THK AUSTRIAN'S MAKING PROGRESS.
A FRENCH PltOTECTOKATK PROPOSED FOK IIM;
TIIK C.Kf.AT ItlilTISlI I'AKMAMENTARY DEBATE.
Amula continue*, to strengthen her hold i
Riisiiia. The columna advancing along t
Vcrhas and Hoana expected to form
junction yesterday. The Twentieth Dh
mou, which in moving no ut h ward aloi
the Servian frontier Ihm met with h
su? ?i-K.s lia\inj- had to fall back f
lack of supplies. It is rumored th
England and Turkey have agreed to
Ercnch l'rnti clorato over Tunis. Deta
of the great debate in the llntish P___M_M
arc given in the London letter appended.
TUNIS TO BI INDER FRENCH 1 l.'un.t'lln
TURKEY SAH? To HAVF. AfSRKKD TO TUT 1T(()JK( T.
i.omjuv, in.-.luv, Auir. 1:1. un
A minor, which has some dann lo enden?
In circul?t in?? In Pari? that Enirlanil, Turkey a
lian, e hau-iiKiii-il to a Frincli protectorate overt
Turkish dependen, y of Tuul?, It Mag ?il|.ul.itc?l tl
Finnic ?hall not iiil?ifcte with the tmtpmoy, Jbo ;
run ?-incut I? assigned, It 1? ?mil, partly lo -Ive ?atlufi
tiou to Kraure foe the Anido ? urkLli ('?.iivention, a
partly to serta as a sfeai I Is Hallaa saiMllsa in Uks
rci'iontif Turn., will? h ha? been evident for ?unie tin
In Ihe event of turtle r FaMt-in eoniplicatiotiH, tin? i
ratiiiei.'ien! would probably re.ull in the incoiporutl
of Tuul? with Al-ii-r?.
TW?> a;-I1:I\n ? oil m.ss i i?.\VKl:?iiMi?mi: iwi
III.lll III VISION Rill:
n n SM, Taeed-jr, Aag. in, l??*?.
<;. iitiI PbUlipoviteh has telegraphed that I
would ctl? ?t a j tin?-1 i? >n wiih the :ii in \ ol the (irai
1 hike .'f \\ ?iiteinbi r? in ar Vilcz to-?hij . The Tue
; lietli Aii.-tiiaii Divisi, n lia? n.) \. i beeoable lotaai
; Zwornik. Ita ootposta fought a battle with the Ii
| singent? *.?ai Gtatsehaaitaa <?n th? 4th laptan
The (livi?i?m waaalao engaged mi tiie 8th,9thas
lOtb iaetaata. It a.Ivan.?.i aloai t<? Tasla, but,i
eqaeaee <>f the seai-ity ol sappRes ami the tr.
li.niMlloll ?it ilr.ifl aiiinials.it was obligad to fa
bu k ?m Gratsobanitas to seeure it?eonuannieatton
tbongb not beeaoss compelled to do to by the -Bern;
The lo??.-.? of tin- lweutictli Division are not n
Ml III'Ml I At.I (?i?IS(i TO IloSSTA.
(?>N.?iurtiaori tag? \'.', i?7j.
Acconliiiii tnaihlees from Berajevo, tbe Inanrgei
Guvi-riiiiii :it luis ?.ni 11:,Ii/. l'a. lia to unit the Am
tl ?ah?, to ask ? le m e in \ lor t lie IlISBIgMllB. It la 00t
-n?. led here that tin- 11?.?mail? cannot prolong lb":
r??i?tai. Willi ?M * ii'W, therefor?-, to trampii
i/?- tin-in, tin- Parts baa appointed Mehemet A
l'a? Ii,; ai it? commissioner in l.o.-tnia. He \s ill Mai
N*?lis on I in: (?l.'KAT DEBATE.
HO -TTACKI _JN II _M liiiihAls OX Tl
I'i.t Mini'? I'li.t? v-inr. iiovKi:sMr\r i ?.i:? i
lo I \1T \IN - IHK 111 At OXtai II I.I.-lil.AI.Mo.S
IrBot? >\ <>. ? i-in?Ai ? 'ihK_?i'?>Mii..NT ?>? inr r iti n is?.
I.. M.i.N, Aag. :?- ?pal day? for l.or
l?i-a? o-i?ii. l?l. La?t >at unlay night he wan cntci
tatoed with a great deal of parade by the Carito
Cliibala 1 > n 111 j 11 ? ? t, and ?iieli wa.? tin' ileuiaifil ft
tl? kit- by hi? excited followers, that the Carito
-ra? ii tin 1 ?1 - ta tiiiil a |..om in it.? palaMal Imiue in l'a
Ifalleapebleof Botdlagtbea. all, and *? the rlu
had to borrow for tin- BTeaJBg tin; Duke o? W't Hin?
ton'?ndiiiK aakool at Knigbtehridge, ll.re, un.i.
the ptesldoaay ??f inn faoadaai aaaaaj, th
1'llke ol I'.iici-lelicll, ,'llul Mil I'.iumh'il by |?
tin- great nun? of the territorial urislovrac*
tin- concentr?t?*?! Tyryisui of Kii-land did honoi t
its chief, or, an one of the niiin?i, i ul sshmI
the debate who h ha?ju?t einletl, p? etlcaliy put l
" plaveil 111?' pipi? of p. rlj till? lll'T'lllll' til
\ ?la of censure, inoved bv I.?.r?l Hartington, in th
House ..f ('?.union?, <>ti .M?>n<lay nicht, w u.? ilef? at?
bv a majority of I 111, ami tonight the < ?trporatm
of that 4>.irt of I,?.'nloii known as " Th
City," ??i*?*? t?> him ami I.onl Salisbur
it? fre? ?loin, aud ihe lend Mayor invit?-? them t
?lllie at ?be M.lliM >ll ll'ill*?-. All till? till-? I ?llnpl.i;
i? ?!.-\?-rly managed, and it i? not at all iiultkel?
tli it foi tin- uiouii-nl it may aaawet it? purpose am
carry away the people, wkoos ??>??? ure easily ?!.?.-/!..
ami win? thereby b.-rome inpeieeptibiydrawa mt*
the v..rt< x ol lurul enthusiasm.
lint wiiii?- i/oni Baaaaau?aM i? bsiag feasted
1/ird Halmbury pr?i?e?l an?) the t.'ovcr'iincn
generally baile?! a? one winch look.? after " Imperil
interest?," a ?lebate ha.? I?, .-n going on in the Hon.??
of Common? win. h, though tbe Ministry bars MBM
out of it with a majority -?pWOOd-t-ted la lta OW1
? i,bu?yct bit tbea. with a tarniiln ?1 reputa
ti"ii whu h, na ?otiii ai lb ? tax collector coujm round
lor tin- ? oit of tlmii policy, will become area mor?
\ i-il.le t?. tin- oye?, of tin- public. The secret policy
of I.onl llt-a? onaticlil, it? surprises and it?
utter unttcrupiiloiikuess have been BgMtUsMl]
vivisected and held up to ?<?.rn. No impaitiai
l;?i?ner or reader can have coin? to any other con
i-Iiin?oii than the lflnlrtarbilsymlsn have utterly
failed to aaawet their opponent?. Ml. Gladstone
and Mr. l.owt? mail?? the two best tpaaabai in the
debat?' lb?' <>in'? tiory and paasiouate ele?iuenei
ami t!ie other'? charactcrintic c.vnici?in w?n
unanswerable; but the discipline of tiie
loi y paity ?a so lioo.l that no aiiiotnit
of aiT'iinii?_i ami no eloi-uenco could make
? ^ poaaiblo to catch a vote. They will endure
iiliytbin? they will do an.vthing, in orderte ke,?p
tbeiiiHelvi'M in j?owiir. A party componed of men
win. bars luib'-ito been saapgs-d to havaabS.
M'liae of honor, win? h can brim, itself to anpruve a
peliey attrtekety and Aoable*daaltBg, <?f duplicity
ami w-cr.-i-y, and in ?bort coiitatniiiK evmy element
which ha? hitherto l?*>?*u excluded from its political
ci.-.-d, can brin- itm-lf to anvthin,. Hut if tho Tory
party bun been thus -'educated" the country
may lu- _MN fansatag and Ihey cannot continue
long totasparl aman, who walls pwiBsalng t<?
stand up lor public law and the faith ?if treaties,
who demands on these granada thai there ?hall be
no private sgreemeiits, do understanding which is
not sanctioned bj Baiaaa, :i"<l who yet goes la ?
eoagrasswbioh bedenuunda with two mxTet a?re.*
melits in In? pocket, b> one of which bn has sold hit
own parly and bv MS other In tradfavocs to atole
f.,r lib? error, i?v aruing Burope Itself, in? nontenants
ht at the war drum an I civ out : ' WS w.ai't give
Way to l'n-?ia." lb? c.iuntry i? worked to level
haetsgainsi the Caarand eTorytblna Ifnsslau. Oue
t? tempted almost to think that tin? Ifnsslsn army i*
on tbe mar?h to London, so Intense i? th? Indigna?
tion which they have .?in ? e.ileil in workili- up
a-aiiist thai power. When m a in?.incut, liekimtrthe
back? of the country, apparently tearful even that
im? Hgbi ol ?lav Hboidd by any niisebanoe
bleak tiiroiitih apoa hi? plot?a? it did?he
doc? to Ku-ssia ami SgreeS to band o\ei i.?
h.i pm Ii? ally all hbe ev.i ?b.maiiili-d.
'I'hia has in? ?oouer been ?loin* than tin? secret iniiu?
i? laid in another diroetioii. Atfaiu are his own
?-otintrymeii to be ile?-ei\?il, ami one? more a ?ui
pti?e iiwuil? them. The ?oleiiiii comedy ol the Con
gresa i? gone ihioin-h, ?u whub objections are tmaOm
and diaoasstaas taken <?n inattei.? that have bien
privately airan-ed Ix-lon band, aud when tin
has been nearly coiup'.'te'l, the British I'lenitmteu
linieh slowly diag Iron their i?ockcl? a convent ion
which b?vos a portion of TurWinh territory to Eng?
land, und com. de-. Iiit a ri ?lit of Moteetorats ?n i
the other. An Kii_li?htiian mav well algfa ami think
that tin? ?lav? of the open-handed fairuem? ami lioii
omv of bia diplomacy are koii??; that in the bands of
a political trickst?) hi? fail tame stand? the chanco
??t ? ??tiiplet?. ?ipwreek, and that duplicity ami de
eail bav? taken Uss nia? s ni honestv andstraigbrfor
? _.?__? A i ? 11 (inn t? not all. lie suddenly flada
biincolf. i?V Lilt*, ?allie proi-.-ss, wedileil foicvel lo
anolie* which is an utter departure from the bin?
oi I ' n 11 -I ? poii'-.v for -en.-ratioim pa.it, lint which at
the will, appainnlly, ol a ?muh? man, be is com?
pelled to throw over, and ou winch be baa not h_?l a
chante of sayinir ayo or nay. What, aftei tin?, ? an
h? ?ay t<? tho h.m?t that tho l.ngiiih are a aelf-gov
There were, of onurse, many other pointa of de?
tail which were ma?le by the Opposition, who wore
not ungrudging of their praise o? the poluta ou
w hi? li they approved the Berlin Treaty. Mr. Fore
even wan prepare?l toapprovo the Anglo-Turki-h Ci
vention if he thought it would lead to better gove
meut in Asia Minor. The Opposition was not stro
in its objections to the settlement itnelf, and it c
tiinly was not. unite?!. Pome npprovcd the Her
Treaty, others disapprovcil it, while a large numl
criticisod its provisions. There was a difference,
opinion as to what would bo its effect. They w?
-ful in criticising the Turkish Conn
Mon, and S.r William Harcourt was nniisnal
happy in tin? manner in which he ma
tlie (lovemuK'tit give it? reasons for thin act. Soi
Ministeria] -makers had said it Avas for tin- purp?
of reforming ami KMMBatigg Turkey in Asia.wh
others liad _!____?__ (ha! H was purely for selfi
c?in?iilci;ition.s aloiie that England had gone tln-i
m short thai she had gone to protect her own ink
estsund her own interests alone. Tims the (. >vei
nient were placed between the born? of I dileiiiii
If ilie.v wen going !o undertake the regeneration
Asiatic Turkey they ha?l underlakeii a task whi
won hi eotl many millions of money, but win
bad no chanc?s of being succissfiil. If, ontheoih
band, tln-y had goat there to protect their own i
tereste, dien guiding the ftiiure of t
Turks, tin v w-re nut with lsinl BsHsbnr
celebrated speech, in which be said that the i?l
ol a I'iiK.?iai! intiiMnn of India through Asia Min
is a delnsioa and a nightmare, which a little g?
graphical knowledge or a glane.' at the map wmi
dispel, The only reply which the Qorernme
could nuke was a kind of bungling answer th
their policy was gnided by both these kntentioi
'I hey hoped to retoiui the lui!,-, ami tliev we
eonvinced that, the possibility of Kussiau nggi?
?ion would now ??op. Hut after all the attacks .
the policy itself was less ?uiect'Snful llianon (he nia
Her in which it was brought al.<uit.
The Hc:ic(iiislield-t;in?lstoiic controversy has vi
luiilly t In.? .1. Mi. I.ladstoiic's liientl? hope ho*w
not pursue it farther, us be will beel consult biedl
nity and reputation by letting thing? remain
t hey are.
A I FAIRS IN THE WEST INDIES.
A .-III.KWD SC1IKMK OF CUBAN ____JfT?B_
HIVING TO I'Klil'KTCATE 8LAVKRY TO BKCKU
l'l.A.VI.. 1M.V I.Ahult (?ANt.S.
An effort was mude by the leading ammt
planters o? Havana at the close ?if last year inform?
i'?oil for tlie improvement of the sugar indiistr
iln ?i itleiiii'iii ??i th?? slavery ?pn-stloii and the solving
the pi salina labor pii'Hicm. -jnenjl tilt founder*ol tl
ion were Se?or? Zulucta, Yhuilcz and Monte)
the latter a l.'iiiiHlana, piauler. Tln-y pei'?iu.leil uhoi
thirty plant? r? to Join the movement. A prelimiuai
meeting was bold at Hie resilience of Heftor Ztiluet
whereat a permanent organization was cotei-.-ii into, i
_____ Sifmr Zulucta was elected president, Befit
.liiinz. Mie-ptesiileiit, anil S-?nr .Mniiii-i".
By-laws wen) drawn up lo be sabmftted for disetissioi
and ultimately for the approval of tin- Oon rninn t.
.?..is propooed to create a iiio(iel plautation. a school f?
uilueralogy, agriculture an?! cheuilstry, besliles seta
lUhlug a )?>ui nal, which should be tlie organ of the i;
stitutioii. The seleetloe ol the hitler fell upon g,
tpaotei't) Ho'rtm fnnierciul, which cume out every Fi
?lay in the Interest of the MNfllatlOB. Tins in timo wi
la be transformed luto a rcKUlai- Weekly par? :
Moiiic|o, h civil engineer, as editor.
A _eiitl.'iii_ti from Havana who Is well ac?iualntc
with IIil? lalwr project, und what it promise* to liecoru
under I lie iiii.iiii'iil.ilioii of It? l? .?den?, ?aid recently. In
conversation on the snlij? <t : '? V.\ SfJ thing would ha\
worked suioolhly Id the association hud nut tli<- ui
bridled ?spaiu?h element found u way to control tt
:t,-1ton of the board. The tlrst intim?t Ion of any ilevn
lion from the avowed purposes or the association cam
out Iu ihe ?h.I'm? of a paiuptiU-t, pr-'pare<l lit Mtsi
Fereandes, Criado and Mont?lo, in _____! it ?a ii
tended toprav the borne 0?veriimeut to aboileb slavei
- Ith li dash of the pen. The l?l, a was iiluusilily a liben
one, mu? wall calculated to ?11111 proselytes bjr tue ??-on
i?ut il ?tu? m 1 ?nitly a ?-over tor 11 deep laid seb?ese I
? IcilHTp?tn I lii-iiis?! \ 1 H f.oin one ?if the liimliUii cMUSi
of tin- lusty, in regard to the slaven qui ?non, I
Eng!?ad aini Bpalu. Aecordlus to lots clause, ao loug 11
Diere was Slavery existing lu ihe ixlunilof Cuba, uni
Mack luuii colllil be introduced into the Inland froi
Africa Ululer slit pretence ? liiit.ver. It is easy totee tha
in view of IBs poor result ot Un-. iu? rum ut mtk roolfc
,i,nl 111?? dltlh lilly of getting 1? iu|.plv nf lubnicl?. upo
I?.? -,? 114_- tenu?, tin- abolition ot slav.rj becasoe Ike on!
plank upou which io Hunt their sefceoie. Laborer? tu?
in 11?t have <>u any t. rm?. nud iluvcry ouee almltsln?
tin v would i?- true t<> Intro dase ait the nearoae lacy di
1 from Africa in:., tuen lalaad eoloule* on th?t coaai
?urh un Ft-riiaiido I'd. Annebon and Ike Canary grou*
Arter tliat tliet could !)?? .piletly nrnii; lit Hilo luliu. 111
?1. r tlie .ui?? of ?-olouUt? or aettlera, who would Ik? r?
iltic.ai to tl...- ...ndl. on of Hares, finis repleulshlng tii
ein mated gang* on the plantation?."
? 11111:1, ipatiou law? known as More!'?, promu
gut. .1 uiider tks briol pi iT'.'l of l'ii-iela.'? *....?-1 uuieiil
provlditig that nil lurtb? aim-.- 1898, all negroes ore
slaty rears of em? and all tkoee foand to liars been r??u
Ulerea si iti.it ilute, iksli be Cree, ere ?< deed letter nuts
through tne proverbial cupidity of ike ofleielsoftb
freed-MB- burean, who do mi ???situtc 10 uci.pt mi.
bribe ul_nad to keep ike amwroes iu alareryuattl dead
con.? to ih,11 relief? Tbolurelgo powers interested li
lb.? mutter sboOld tase 1 ??_iil/. nice of these lucts lo fol
Ikeea ?>?-..clues In their iiici|>i?ucj ."
i.KcoNvn.rciioN in ein...
Muant, Ah?., lo.?Don Ktiuon Lopez ?li
Agala, l'oi.tiiiimtel-(?eiieial of tuba, having r??*igue?l hi
Hont, Don t'ut lo? de Knjus y Iglesias hu? beeu upoolnlcv
to ?.-piuco him. Th?* following military cltn-fs hu?. I i.e, 1
anpoluted by royal decree us civil Covenmrs of tlie su
Province? 111I0 which this Island hu? bien divided
I,nil Dahau, for Huiillugo ?le Cuba ; Ktnilio < nil? |.i, im
?ante Clara; l'asSiiul de Bonanza, tor Matau/us ; 0__B__
l'olavii.l?, for 1'iieito IMiielpe; Joe. Ardeilu?, loi
liavui.u, i.un f?nde, tor Plaavdel it ?.
Among other retorin?, which ?re being studied, and
tt liii'li will ere long be instituted, are agricultural hauks
m order to promote eet?omfai* m _j?t.ifi? ravaged oj
th.? Iti-iiiTi-ctiou ; the Uuiver?ity of Huvaua to hate the
rtcht to confer the doctorate, wtnch heretofore wss onll
obtuitiabi?? iu Bpata after ike itudenl badflntekedtin
course bore; ike so-sailed law o. Moret wttk re*peet to
tin? gradual en.uiieipat 1011 of ,?litt c? io be revised, and u
wnrkiugtuun'* and uu emigration law to be prom?l?
'ibe b.iliipiet given ou July 31 by lile Cubans to Cell
ersl lliiitnie/. * '.m 1 0? was a ?tn-ces?, a.? it Indicated tin
firm deohrtoo of Cubans and Spaniards to live together
henceforth II peace. ? Tin? Cuban lawyer, M. I.loiviife,
w!io liliidi) the spteeb Of lile occasion, c\pressed th?
deaire m ike aaaui et Ike eonnitrjr tkal G?nierai Mart Inez
Caniuoe skoaM not leave ike island b?fete lie had
fiilulliil In? mission entirely, to which the Ceiierul
refilled tbal as would not l.-av?? befare the new lnstltn*
tion? were 111 tir.icticul op? ration, mid tkal he would
reuialii as loin; us his prescncn WaSSOM-dered necessary,
so tat ss luuiuiiiliig depended on Ida own win.
HEW. l'HOM O-TflEB ISLANDS.
Havana,?J?g, 1-'.?The Fn-nch Mnil steamer
linn?,'', advice? from rit. Thuina.-i to ihe Ot? lust. The
wti.il her there wu? exeeedius'ly hot,_ind several case? of
yellow fever have occurred. Au extensive business ha*
bag? oiMUed with Cuba. In Santo Domingo a decree has
gata nmae? by the Prsetdaad akotts-tae the export duly
ou miKiir. A coneesslou has been Ki';*iite?l to J. 1?,
l.t.'iu. 'icriiiitilng him to export guano from the
Island* eall??l Sa?iiia. ________ ( ?ituiluita and other cays
ailjoliilng the terrltmy of the Hepubllc, for flft??eu re us,
the Iiol'l'i of tin.? coiiecsslon to pay a royalty of $1 50
por um t.? the Government Uufaei Haiuiiu/ Uaea bat
reoelTeda ooooeselou lo ?annfaetnie aniticiui lee ior
twcutf-fivcyears. An ainerlean eosanaa** ha? obtained
a ? ?m. < ..?ion to lay a loie-r.iphic cuble from ?Santo ?Do
utugoCIt] atid l'uurio Plata to ??t. tidiui.-i?, with ex?
clusive right for lw??uti -tit e tear?. Ten Ciibsn families
hit.? returoed to their bornes (rom ..amo Domingo. Tks
bridge ballt eereeetk* Btver OaaaM hu* proved un alter
failure. A privai? u sat reeeaily arrtred fr..m Karupe
with SB ?-fier to loan the ?Bepubll? ei.ia?<i.is)?)iip.,n leims
tliat ttere ei,t:si,iireil oiinoii?, .'Hid the otter was r?j?.icd.
Ton iigont still reiiialii? ou tlie Island.
Two seven.? shoe*? of eart!luiiBl.e wore felt In ll.iili;
ans ou Jnir ".? _'"1 'he slber two ?lays later. L..r?,o
amonati of specie kare keen shipped froni Cuba to
I'tietTo l'lut.i lor the purelmse of tol..:teeo. The crop is
,,\i.tod to vmlil over 100>000 eereona Thep. m
? eiiHiin I* ^li to i'.? ; in bale?, *i?l_' to g?fOr Fifteitu . iili.in
families, refugees in Havli. have n-tiirtie?! to tuba.
THK BOUND I?AKi: MOTO-G. NKAUI.VC THK KN'IT.
Km M) 1-AKi:, N. V., Aiij?. IH.?Th? Miujihy
teill|ier.illiej IlieetillgS will ba su?i>cu<!ed on the lltll
insl mi iteeouiit of ihe annual mealing of the New-York
?tii.? 1 ',- in t-> tance Soelety, for whtch lue g.-outnli nn<
engaged. The inlerest aud enthusiasm Is constantly
? nig, und taotisaiids Dav.? signed the pledge.
CltlMia AND CA?*?UALT!KH-11Y TKLKtJl'.APJI.
1'iiitM.N. l'enn., Aug. l.'l.?John llarrv, while
?tuinling 1" s quarry here to-.lsy, wu? alni.xt loiUntlv killed
by lbs lull nt *ti iiYitrhaiiglug ledg* of lock.
1'oiti .iKltvis. N. Y., Aug. Cl. ? Hrudford Iiavv, a
fsriiifrllvin*; iisrllre-iivlll.? m tins cmutr, ?tu* kirkcl bj a
lims. on ITiiluy uiurnlng, sad died on Monday morning.
Wixiiisvn.i a N. II., Aug. l.'l.??Shoritf Ilrown, ?if
Pltiii.iiilb, ?-? U-. ?rrivwl litue nil? uvtuiing with A. M.
Dickey, su ?J?f-pi*<i iuiiidt-ror. who was capture?! at Tu-ou
driii.s, N. Y.
Hi ki.imito*?!, Iowa, Aug. IM.?Mis* Addie Cole
ni.tii, <!siighu?r ??f r?i*tni**t?*r lolemsiiof I_t'r?>?Mi, threw
ciMii ?.il latos ?to?? in which a Are was burciu*, tsuudsy sod
wu* buru?_l u> clsstb.
b.iN Fbanci"?'?), Aug. IX?The Chinese here pro
tess to bsve u. lllltusiioii th*t any of tlirlr cotintryun-n wrrs
-?ut-.l Iu l lilcsgo, and ?ay the w?ge? uinulioued lu lUu yios?
dlspstcliKs would be no ludiiceuiam to thsai.
UkadwixiI). 1). T.. Aug. 13.?Edgar A. Watson.
travelling talesman for I'esbouy. l.tou A Co., of Ht. Paul, dim!
In this aity froui ill? effects of an overdo*? of lautlsuuiu,
l'or_c*tl< trouble* ami diMtpatiou are ass i gued as Wieoauae?
ol UM ?uivlda,
BLOODSHED IN OTTAWA.
TWO HOUSES WRECKED.
A VIOHTOF DI80HDKR?8KVKPAI. PKSSOfiS WOUNnKD.
The sectarian bate which has been smouldering
in Canada since last month, resulted in disgracefii*
rioting at Ottawa on Monday night. Tho diatnrb.
.(me b. ?an with the faction known as the I'nion
men. The Young Britons resented the provocation
and fired many shots and wrecked two houses.
Banial persons were wouuded, but only one danger?
DETAILS OF THE HIOT.
f.NTOX MEN AND BRITON'S FIOUTIN??THE OTT IN -
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 13.?About midnight, a
gang of about 200 Union men made a tour through th?
lower town, insulting every one they met ?ml yelling
like, demon?. Several Brltous were assaulted, ..mona
them a young man named Uowln.who was bally beaten.
About tbe same time, the Ottawa Young Britons re
turned from the Chaudi?re Junction, ?ml, on learning ol
this, proceeded In a body to the lower town, armed with
revolvers. At the corner of Sussex sud Yurk-st*. tbey
were met by a number or Union men, who
made some insulting remark?, at which the Britons
opened tire on them, hut Injured none ot the crowd. A
uulet, ?noil.-ii?ive old man, named titles, a l'rotestant,
who wat, going home, got a stray shot In the leg, aud an?
other named Marks was wouuded in the arm.
__ef__U_ HOl'SKM WIIRI KK.I?.
When some 100 shots bad been lire?!, tbe Britons
mai'clietl down St. Patrtt-k's-st. in a body, shouting and
hooting, and keeping up a continual lire. Here tbey
wrecked Villeueau's house, where a dance was in prog?
ross, shooting several persons and beating others with
sticks and stones. Father Mallo-,'s house was also
attacked and the windows broken, but none of the
Iniiiat?'? were Injured, l.arocijue's hotel was next de?
molished, the proprietor being struck with a stone and
severely cut In the forehead. The crowd then marched
tiii Dalhousu -st. where other parties wero shot and
wounded wilh stones. Tlie'police followed them from
the si art and made several arrests, but dtd not succeed
in breaking up the gang until they had reached the cor?
ner of Osotas Si
RESULT? OF TIIK AFFRAY.
The wounded are as lullows: .Policeman MeKenna,
shot In the leg; R. O'Neill, shot m the leg; Kell-, into
tuied skull; P. Conway, brutally beaten; I'ortbwick,
shot In the arm ; Taylor, shot in tbe bead : (lues, ?hot in
the leg; Larocque, cut over the right temple; Marks,
shot In the arm ; a man named Williamson bad his hat
riddled with bullet? ; (hrUtl.ui, shot In the arm ; several
other persons were shot, but their names have not been
ascertained. With the exception of Kelly'*, noue of the
wounds arc considered dangerou??. The arrests made
areas follows: Andrew Foster, Charles Ennls, Fabien
I.iroc?|Ue, Isadora Larocque, William Limlwtirn and
Thomas (.'nuipliell. Three of them aro Orange Young
Britons, and three Union inen.
Tne excitement of the bloody work of last night has
now subsided, and no further trouble is anticipated, It
is reported here that the Union men of this city have in?
vited the Montreal and Quebec brethren to take part in
their picnic on the _lh of September, when further
trouble Is anticipated.
VARIOl'8 IMSITRHAN? :i.S IN TIIE eTREKTS?THB
?Ili.NTM, OK THE IHf-HOl't? I'AI.AIT.
Ottawa, Aug. 13.?The excitement this
evening Is snll Intense. Three Montreal Young Britons
named Nelson, Oould and Drysdale, were walking down
to tbe railroad station wearing their color?, when they
were cet upon and U-atcu. They took refuge in a hotel
until the police could take them to aplace of safety.
A number of Britons and others were up at the Police
( dirt tbi? morning lu connection with la?! night's work,
but all wen- remanded. A great deal of bad feeling baa
been stirred up, and more trouble Is anticipated. Sev?
ern! <>t th? M'iiitr? alers are still here.
The following additional particulars in connection
with last night's riot have been collected: Thomas
Itlrch wa. shot In the forehead. A Union man, being
pressed bv the Britons, took refuge In toe Bishop's pal?
ace, which was ifoned.one of the mlssllrs .?trlklng Father
Bouillon. When returning from the depot, the
Union men aitackul a Briton named Mooney,
with stot.es. wounding him in the back of the head. On
Ht. 1 _trtek'?-sr. a man named Larooiuc, sixty years ot
age, was struck lu the face with a ?tone. A number of
Montreal Brltous are m town, aud It u said they will be
escorted this evening to the depot. Further trouble Is
THE CITY IN A FEVERISH STATE.
10 p. 1U.?A good <l?al of ex? ?lenient prevails
in the city, aud the streets are crowded. Over 1,000
Orange Young Briton? and Orangemen have assembled
at their bail on O'Cetmor-st., and fully as large a num?
ber are to be seen lu the vicinity of the Catholic Union
It has l?een quite evident that if the Montreal Britons
attempted to walk in a body to the de|?ot there would tie
n not. The Mayor and leading Orangemen recom?
mended tnein in leave by IheC-sndlers station, but at
lii.ttln-v rtTiis?d to follow their advice.
Baverai revolver seels have been tired in several parts
of the city, but no disturbance ha? yet taken place.
Tbe rail way aiitboritu-K sent word to the Britons that
th.-y ?.??nid not allow the delegation to board
in,? train at the lower depot unless the
Order became re??>on.?i!>le for any damage
that may result. The Montreal men have agreed to em?
bark at C'huudicre SUtiou, so that everything will prob?
ably pans off quietly.
A GREAT MOB IV Til It STREETS.
Later?The Young Britons have Just left the Windsor
In au omnibus, and are now tiring a salute
atn-d the cln.ers of an exclied crowd. The police are on
hand, and are endeavoring to disperse ihe mob.
ES G LA SI)'S NAVAL REV IE W.
PORTSMOUTH, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 1H78.
The /treat naval review by the Queen to?
day whs a *u|?erb spectacle. The WHters of Hpithead
and of the Solent were covere?! with sailing craft ol
every description, and steamboats came from al.l direc?
tion?, bringing hundreds of persons to witness toe re
view. Tbe weather wus unfavorable, a? the wind was
blowing half a gale. Tue Q_eeUi in the roj-ilvacht
Victoria and Albert, passa?! through the licet of broad?
side ?ini?-. turret ships. sIoopB-of-war, gunboats and tor?
pedo-boats, nuuiberiug lu all tweat~*fo_r men-of-war
drawn up lu Hue, but no evolutions were attempted.
SOTES'OF FOR FIG S 1ST ID EST.
LoNi'ON', Auk. 13.?A Madrid dispatch say?
the Kepiibllcuu leaders disown the In-urgent hand which
apneare.1 in Kstreniadura and attempted to Incite a
if ?lug lu favor of a Republic. The baud will be dis
London, Aug. 13.?Clancy, the Fenian, con?
victed in LMTi and sentenced to imprison men! for life
will lie loleased upon a ticket of leave ou Septem?
Havana, Au*?. 13.?In Venezuela, President
Alcantara has discovered another revolutionary plot
aint uiado a timely seizure of the revolutionary cor,
reBOOndenee, ammunition and arms. General Pulido,*vha
?as at (be bead of teeeoasptreey,escaped. Tue stand?
ing army has beeu Increased lo '_.">,<mk> nn-n.
London, Aujr. 13?Advice?? it-ei ivi d by mail
from th?? west coast of Africa say that ?treat mortality
pre railed tbere, particularly ut Lagos, ?bars nearly
oie-ioiii th of the Kurupeau population EM of fever and
flyseulery In May and June.
London, Auk, 13.?Mrs. LiIlia* Jenny Mill?,
daughter of the Rev. Abraham N. Llttlejohn, D.D.,
Bishop ?f bong I.Uiud, V, Y., was married lo Fred? rick
id, ot Brooklyn, this r.-r.-uoou. at th? Chapel Royal.
. t ti o liiihop of Nebraska ofliclutitig. The chapel
was tilled with pursonal frleuds of the bilde and groom,
and other Atueriruu?. In London.
BO-MtKTOWa. N. J_ Aug. Ul.?The work of retnov?
.tractions lu Ihn Kehii?lkill st lb? Juintn.li with tne
Del.??are Hiver. n?_r Philadelphia. ha. h.eu omon. homL
QLOUOaaiaB, Maiw.. Aug. l'A.?Ihr Cap* Au* liai
Istin ?late.* that through th? luatruiiientailtv of Professor
l'_:r?l, a ?ton? ?igu.l ?taUou la to bo iM.tallit.ntal in Un. eiiy.
I'hoviiikm'K, II. I.. Aug. 1:1.?Philadelphia Com?
n:.iii?lerv No. '?. KlltghlJ Ti-aiplar, was received Bars Um I ay
K nights ol Calvary. A Kliotlt? l.iiud shore dinner wst
s?rretl at H> cky Polut.
MiiWAtHKK, Aug. 13.?The strike of the men at
tie- Milwaukee and Ht. Paul Hailroail ?hop* Is a! a! an end.
There i. i" b? a?, further rtxlii? Uuu, sud a eotupromlse bas
I,, en reach??!, bv whl. h the nieu ar? to rocelve the pay they
were getting when thoy stopped.
StMcoK. Out., Aug. 1.1.?A freight train on the
Great Western Railroad ran off the track today. ooe mil?
west of this* station, precipitating eleven ears laden ?tlth
i.i.-i. ii.u.li.e down au euihaukmeiit. i-otnpiete'y wrecking
them. The accident was eaoeed by a broken axle.
Alh-ny, N. Y., Aug. 13.?The ord? r ?lenvina the
ni.itl.m of B, W. Key?* to roiapel Henry K. Pleno?, receiver
of the North American Life Insurance Coiupanv. t-i pay htm
the nalauoe of salary claimed lo be due as at-tuari, and aise
to giv* hltn aeeess to the books, was antered op to-day.
rnu_iDKi.ruiA, Ang. 13.?Wm. McNutt, a highly
restxeted young msn, was -hoi through Ui?'he-.rt at ('-note,
binv Washington r...n.t?, ?Vnu., tin. morning by a wealthy
fanner ?slued Tsnnehllt, m whose, orchard lie lia?! stopped 10
Lai BBM fruit. He died l_t_t?7- TsnaehUl has net Ixmb
an?*t*M i?- _