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?om'en* rated resentment. Tlie number taking part in it
?* ?.?, ? ?tliiiriterl at more than tell t liu.i.a.iiiil.
'l'ho mate and four scuiiifii of the schooner
jjistiiK. ?Mei ??us blown up in the Dull o'l'aliforala O?
jllne 1 I l,y the insane 0(M?k, arrived in Sau Krammm? a
fdrtnikriii i.i'' *"ne_ ? vivl11 etory of the iragMaveati
?wiiicii they had enrvtvai. On Ihe aiaralag ?>f iene p
ti,.w tlspls ? ?? m sipti?s ef lasenltr hut later*- ?*?
?a; lie serin ed t.. bave regained bis reason, aad, liavinit
attciii!?? I to bi.*? work, ?vent to bis guarterstogo to I.id, as
it ?va* ?opposed. Hoon afterward Captain Hornshry ?vent
i,ti?w t.? Ughi a. Igar.aad e Meenert later itagiiered bael
to tbe cabin door, holding bis band o? er his I art and
Mtllitu: fot a-aistatice. It ??as found that bo had !>'?('!?
?tabbed, and la u moineiit he fell dead. Theeoofc,wh0
?M m ib. < team, ehantnd that bo would kin ib?? Hist per?
9tm \a!:o Molested bun and then tir?? t'ie vcs-cl. which
contain- ? WOO keg* of p..?vder. It ?votild seem es ir the
mnie sad eten BUM! bave been OOWSrds, but, Mt all
?mate, they barrleaded tin* cabla door and mede every
amearattoo t.. abaadoa the resesi in ease ll were eel
?,n the The follawlna 'lav th.?? discovered ?mohelssulng
iron, the cal.m skylight, and forthwith lowered tliotu
?,? ves iu ou-Of the boats whir-li bung from the ?l.ivlts
?ml nulled awHV. In ten minuta? th?? ??'?? sldeol the
?.? trt.i deck wa? in a sbeel <>f Same, and Ure orten nun
Ut.a Inter li"'?? Wem tUO tcl-rille ex plosions in (lUloK ?110
m ??.?ion. i h?? m.ite ?uni crew gol tu nitore the following
?la? uud th. n. ?? niade ti?? ir way to MaSttUan, wiio.o they
look the Steamer fot Ban Francisco.
Bajaran London Telegraph: "Plumpness,
mich eeweuM beeeaetdered exuberant latbeeold and
cntieiU North of Europe. ??.? institute.*? the popular ideal of
female beauty in tho Begeney of Tunis. Among nur
flageante yoaagledieo of thai province sleaderneM of
form and delicacy of proportion ar.? regarded ??'1th ?luti?
ti iiiie aversion, se diequall-cattane for the wedded stai ?.
???.? fatter a maiden the better Is her chano? of making a
good and early ni iteti. Ta? be abnormally obese te ta be
????rtaiii of ?rawing apri/o in the matrimonial market,
ami ih?? lot ?lust litheness remains un woo? ?I, while
hein? !? corpulence can pici? and ohooM from among ?
IhToag of eligible saltare, How ?leu?,? a riot thi? predi
leu?oafoicnpaotoueohinnnhas etraekla tin* Tunisian
ti:aiiiy bosoiii may he gathered from the lad that widow?
er.?, desirous to many agata, ehoutd they haply, moved
I.y tamil?? or |?ci'iiiiia.y consideration*?, select a bride
wheee dlmeaetoa? are reported to fall something ehort
tt tlio???? t<? ?vhich their previous exp?riences had socim
toin d them, are wont to send the ' dear departed's '
finii?? and bracelet to tbe parents ol their too exiguous
.tl.ithed. On receipt ol these articles, conveying a
delicate hint that It mi-'ht be expedient to make up for
Mature'? shorteomlnri by ?tome Judicious treatment, th<>
bride'? papa and mamma proceed to fatten iter with
assidui..? an.i dispatch. For nomeweeka sin? leads the
li'e ol a BtrasburK goose ; and wben she baa attain l I ie
in e??.u". coodlj proportions her nuptials are celebrated
t., tin? entire satisfaction of everybody oonoerued iu
th. m." ____?
A PHYSICIAN'S ????.
To he Editor of The Tribune.
Sut: From the oontradictorj character of the
?tatamente ol the medii al men ?> In? ha??? exi mini d
Presi lent Garfleld, and from the negative character
of ?nidi positive Symptoms as have been reported, it
would seam that hie danger is not so great as we
might at flrel believe, It la the opinion of a large
number of intelligent medical men of this city that
neither the liver nor any other vital part ? as been
wounded. Thia la Thorne out by the faci that, beyond
Ihe tir.st shock, there have been no material changes
apttlier in temperatura, pulse, or respirai inn. ? li
changes that might affect the former are the most
important indications either ol shock or peritonitis,
but the body heat has not risen above loi and a
Tl.?? most probable explanation of Presidenl
Qarfleld's wound Is that the bullet look
an upward and inward course, and lodged
in the .'.ns?? tieenee a? our the spinal column.
'this injury would account for the pam In
th?? lei's and feet, and ii wou'd he ?lilhciilt ?o
account for the pain in any other waj . No man In?
jured in the manner claimed by the medical ??it
neeeee wonld live eo long withoul any accession ol
really unfavorable symptoms. m. i>.
Uitivermty Club, Neu-lark, July tl?., 1881a
MlHSWUl WEAUlEll BBPOB1,
Synopsis tor the vast _'4 hours.
"Washington, July G, 1 a. in.?The barome?
ter is highest in the Lower Mississippi Valley and fewest
in tbe st. Lawrence Valley. The temperature ha? fallen
elitfh'ly iu the northern portion of the Upper Lake re?
gion ; elsewhere it ha? rioea ?11?,-?;?1?. Local rain?? are
reiKtrtcd from tlie St. Lawrence Valley ; elsewhere cast
Of tlie Lockv M oliti talli a fair weather prevails. Westerly
Winds eoutiuue in the Lower Lake region, Otno Vail, y
and Tenac?ese; southerly winds prevail in Kew*?ngland
tli?? Mnl.I!.? and South Atlantic States. The BaxtMUm
temperature of 110e and above are reported from the
West Gulf State.? and all districts east of the Mississippi
;?i/u-u/iiiti? for to-day.
For Vew-Xaghmd, local rains, followed hy cloudy
Weather, southerly veering to westerly winds, lallin?; fol
lowed by rising harouieter, stationary or higher tempi r
Wot th?? Middle Atlantic States, slightly waiBMt
fair weatlnr, winds mostly from south to west, station?
ary or higher barometer.
Indications for tn-morrou:
The linlicatioiisare that local rains will prevail In New
England to-?tay, followed by clearing weather, and that
ehtrhtly warmer fair weather will prevail in the .Middle
Und trioutli Atlantic States to-day and to UUt-TOW.
TMB?NE LOCAL OliSKUVATlONS
? ?I lUUVIUl: Uori.iiig. ??TiT I 11 Alt. '
ae ? ? ? 3 ? r. r, t *? <? ?.? v* * ? ?? ; r. ? tjs f? 10111 '"?-?.t.?
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1 ? ? a. ?. ."irMi,-:nr?:??rl,ilon?ln ?. ?. u??/ . .?<??ii,,o|
lari.'?. TI? I'rpanitcul?'Un'? gi?? .'.tal.Ion? ot tu. f?,? ?:? ? buen
pr. ??>r ?: ' '"-j?.w ??? lrr?ful?r w?;l:p'.In? ttptsmuU Ih? nari ?? .,.
bTtk?! -- ir iHn no?? tanin ??'.' ???.??p or . o:t..: lu. ? .. ? ,
Tantum Ornea, July o-i n m. -Excepting s fail
lutile sfteraooa thebarometer ?rai almo? ?tatlonary.
fair weather seaersUy proTsllod. The temperature
raagetl between ?>t ami-;, ?, ih,? Umt,ct Oo*e < beiutt
'J'H ? Itlirfn ? tlr.iii ? ?it ti.?? c.iiiieaj.uiiUiiig day but year atol
J*?*? blgher than on Mon.lav.
I ail riril u,r nei-vTra'.hcr mav be eitie.-ted to-dav in
this cily a:;t I . inly. *
CLERES RESORTING To violence.
About thirty clothing store clerks, members.
of what ?* termed the "Earl) Closing association,''met
at Pythagoras Hall la Ohnal-st., mar the Bowery,
last erealng ami respired to naahe certain
elothie.s in tho Bowciy close their stores st
7 p. m daring the eaanaer. Thejr marched
to the clothing Mor? of L. ? ?. Michael, No. ce, Bowory,
and threat, ned the proprietors ?? ita violence In case ihe
store ?tus not closed, in the parley oae of the
clerks threw a stone through the plate :??,???
window of tho ?tore. The proprietor? were so
much Crighteaed thai they olooed Ihe More.
The petty proceeded to .no. 815 Bowery, where tt torn
down u nil Ha,,, ?,? whteh was printed tbe announcement
of abanhrupt uleiH otothlng. It then continued to marcii
up the Itowirv ami alon- Thlnl ave.. iooklUS for cloth
lliK stores will, h wer.- open. Information of the clerk?'
ooaduet woe received at. Polio? Beadquarten sbout 10
G? ">.. Ud ?? ??.?!>. ml alarm was sent out to the police to
jrOTOal any violence to store keepers.
THE ASIA TIC' SQUADRON.
Washington, July 5.?Bear Adminil Clitz,
aeOMSaadlag the Batted ?State? Naval rone on the
Asiatic station, states that the Ilichmond entered tbe
dock at Nagasaki on the tin .hi of .lune; the f-'wataro
?aaaftMhaaghal when?, she waeexpected to remalo un
til hirtlier orders. The Alert was to have left I'qpt
I.loyd, itowin lelaad, May :i, on a sarreylas ornlee the
Arten.es:.. arrivi.! ?t Wns^rn?io? May Stti; the Monocacy
IS at YokObaioa wlitre she was to remain ; the Asliuc'iit
atilvcdut Kobe on tin, MU, ,,fj,llM.; Ull. ,.;?)?? arnv(.(1
ti *Nu.-:u-'kl ea Jim.? 24aadwas soon t?. ii-a\.? for
f.t "lit" f. !!M<:"?'""'"'l"rr.i..ittH the various heulth
Ol uihetrs ami men in tho H<pia.lrun is (-?ml.
RILLED FOR APPLAUDING QUITE AU.
Marshai.i.town, Iowa, Julv ?.-? workman on
(MMgradini?Ctha railroad at Kilenvill,?, ?? t|lis
county, was assaulted yoMorday lorexpreeaing the
hope that President Qarfleld weald not laoovar.
Tho man hai since died trom the efffteto ?>! ihe |? ;it
iiiK', ??inch ??a? Inflated i>> enothotf laborer.
Asimilar lr.i. as occurred at Stale Ccntiebut it
?aa net attended with fatal resulta, *lll.i>ut u
MURDER RY AN IX CONVICT.
Loci.st Dali, Penn., July r?.-RobertBettnk
and John I,. UN, who were colimi nil with the Haschee
liiitrdcrat thupUci several years tejo, lor whicb 1????
???? wa. ?laeharuof.oa Hamniay irees atre year?? ?.?,,,,
n.th- po-ttanttaq, Kot into ?n rttomotlou yeetorda]
??aV,>Vth'*','l,T.ii$r'V?U?i?lU?><"? drew a revolYM
andtetallywaaadoj Theam? nmnmt, a.. B_-ter?b!d
tp???: OBILMUOP? death.
atI>Auk?l?,'iN? ,I- J,,ly ;'-? ,<m'"?'11 h"?
at Mm ?a.?,?,., inum b lul ,lllIilllu
HOPE SUCCEEDING DREAD.
Continued from First Pnae.
ferrod to the Invalid Corps November 11, 1863. ITe was
discharged froni service Jnn?! 11, 1H(?-1. ?nd pensioned.
Pension Examiner Alexander Steole, of Oberlin,
Ohio, report? December 10, 18110 :
The ball till lot ad three and a half Inches above end
one inch lo the riffllt of the navel ami ie sup?
posed te be in the liver. The wound Is open
und hin Beea discharging Pinco ?September, 1866.
There is pain on slight motion Whleh is lnoreased
by labor. Suliieicut effort Is suponed to hay??
lii?en mide tu extract the ball, but unsuccessfully. Tho
disabiliti Is permanent aad equal to the loss of a limbi
unless Hie Itali la extracted, which <!<>?>? not seem proba
lile. Ilealtli othe.ivvihe good. Habita correct.
In tiii-cas?? it will bo observed that tho bullot is
?opposed to have remained in the liver.
After tiescrihing each of the tsventy-five cases of
'? uncomplicated " wounds of the liver, the author
aaye thai fourteen of them "can bo accepte?! as in?
dubitable examples of recovery from ahotwonnda
of the liver; while in eleven cases the evidence ia
inconclusive." After giving a detailed statement
regarding the thirty-seven cases of recovery when?
wounds ui ih?> liver svito as-.?cinteli svith injury to
o? her organa the author concludes that in eighteen
of them the evidence is indubitable that hepatic
lesions existed and adda:
With the 11 Incontestable recover?? of the first serte?
the reoord, therefore, ?applies 32 exorn?les noi to be ex?
cluded t'y the most rigorous analysis from the category
of recoserles troni ?hotwounds of Hie liver. Twenty
three of th? 37 cases were complicated i>y lesions of the
dlapbiagm. andln l8of these tbe lung waa Injured and
Ln I) there was fracture of tbe r?>s: !? were associatoli
with with lesions of toe stomach or Intestines and <? svith
wounds of the kidney. In il cases it wan believed
Ui,.? tin- gall bladder was intersected.
lid- is a record which certainly does not forbid
the hope of the President's recovery, even if it bo
truo that tho bullet of Quiteau lacerated the liver.
BENATOB DAVIS ON THE GREAT CRIME.
?'???G????, July 5.?Senator David Davis presided
at a meeting of 10,000 people, held in Bloomington
. atorday, to celebrate the soml-oentenary of that
city. In Uis address Senator Da via said ?
Pbe cireumstanoea under whleh we meet to-day are
extraordinary, ami profoundly inclaiieln.lv?. ? lie sunshine
niel promise of tbe .lav are darkened by Ibis deep
shadow of national affliction. Horrible as Is this crime,
wo are reUevod bj tbe reflection tbat no party, do ?ec
ti.-n. uo .r. I, ?u. race of meli is responsible tor tin- Inno?
cent blood of this fearful tragedy, ft is not the premo?
nition of a coming storm, the fury of wbicb Is to shake
tbe fahrt? of our (lovcrument. and to disturb the repose
of our society, VII over this broad bind, In < its aud on
plain, in tbe homos and bearts oi .",?.???.??? ol pc-.pic
.,?. ?.crit-f ami sorrow of a national lamentation. The
attempted ? issiuatlon ol President Uarfleld bas no
broader Blgulllcance than the munmlaslon ot a groat
Ail- ? noting the lack of motive for the crime, Mr.
Davis fouud a aubjecl for congratula! ion in the faci
thai no-u. h crini?? conhl slay the progress of our
national carrer. Ho invoked tbe prayers of all for
Ihe Pre-i.;, nt'a roeovery. The Hon. (..-or?.'?? It.
\\ ? tilii.ir. i i .? orator ol the ?lay, al-.> referred ?? ! he
nt tempt oil assassination ; ami resolutions of rondo
lcnce ss nil ? h.? family of the l'n ?id. nt were adopted.
8ENATOB IN?; \ i.i.s s VIEWS.
WnxiAMBTt>sv.\. Mass., July 5.- Senator Ingalla,
of Kansas, who delivered the Adolph! address at
Williame College last night, in alluding to tbe at
.? inpted aesassination ol the President, said :
Whether the sv.,i ? ?.? au Irresponsible maniaci or ?.r un
office-seeking, revengeful man, or of a political fanatic.
It ts a terrible stigma and disirrnee ?>? Free government
?.nd ??.pillar iustitiitioiis. While I hilly exonerate and
e...,,, i ? ,.? i iisrlies, raot ions and leaders ol an) knowledge
of, or parti.-i) atioa in this crime, h) I bo commission "f
Which -,??,, of tbt m would profit, SO ma. I d( . .an- 11 in ?
J li .?? ni lit that t i,i.- ?ttl'iicioiis Hit I- illicitly ?lui lo tin
Ill I olera lit ? apnee,- of political strife.
SenatorIngallsthought the theory of civil Ber?
vi .- b'? lor u um? iiii-Ainei n an : ml not in accord
with the tlieorj ol the Uovernmeiit, The sureal
pallilo National wealth ss;n- through the highest
. 'a!, in . ? al ami physical culture. To ae< om ? dish
this, educai ion should Uo compiiiaory ami regnistod
by CougroBB in every ?State.
[raon uu si ui ? ?u ? oaassvoaoairr or ran Tarawa.]
Albany, ,luly 5.?The Democratic members of the
Le gislaturi mei in the >. nate ( haiiilic* to-day, M. C.
Murphy presidine, and passed the following resolu?
tion?, which were transmitted by telegraph to
Wa ?hing!?.? :
VV tille tbe conntry and the whole world rest under the
?hados o. tue api-al imi?' cum.? ?vinili threat, ni lu re?
move by ?ha t h Un Chief Mairie trete of tbe ful ted States,
ii .- en,.- nit-el unit th.? liciiii.cr.ti?.? Representative?ili lbs
Legislature oi this State should In a formal manner give
expression to tin- feeling? exdtod wltbls th, m by the
assassin'? awful ?o?.
It is with tooling of gratification ihut wo uro finn In
tin-1<? lief thai the secure ? tight? "f the people under our
Constitution cannot be seriously ufficici! by ti.?- bios
a.m. .1 l?., th?- murderer*? latini ut Hie Indi? ni,idi ?? Im o, -
rupie? tbe foremost position In tbe Government ot tin?
Ballons of tbe earth, .?.on? the it--?, however. Is ths
feeling o! ewe with whleh w? ars oppressed athavtug
forced apon as the Imawb??go thatsueh aertmoaswe
are now oonsUleiing 1? possible In free America, None
tbe I'-v-t are the feelings ol indignation und horror in our
heart? whli h In ?.?m ??.? seek i.?r ?veni? to express ; u
\s hile we know tiiu utter Inadequacy of language to ei
pre M that u hi. h we lei-I ut Ibis lime,we Would tail In do
m?; j.i.-iiee t?. ..nr feelings if we omitted to make thi?
minute ; t ne rei.
ft. salted, Thai en .? regar '. with tbe ntmosl detestation,
condemnation uud liorroi the wicked soil awful an. nip!
Just Iliade lo lai,.? II..? lile ul Jam? - ?. ? ,,?! II, Id, l'n -Ment
ol tbe l n. i.-.l Stab ? uf Auto rica ; that we Join oui prayers
with those of nil civilized uaUous that be mai be re?
stored io h. ah ?.. an 1 that il may be granted to bliu In
inalili and ? ? .,-),??: u? long to live ; and thai wecxicnd
t.. min und ?., in ? di ?? ?. ???.-. 1 wife and alili led fain . the
? .. ,....,?? of our heartfelt sympat by will them
anil ?.. n.- m tin-1 h. hour uf their arcai turro- aud suf?
/., sotted, ? hat a copy of this tull?ale ami ibese r?solu
lion be transmitted t?. the Meetetary ol st..i.- .,? the
United .-?a..?.?-, lu bt transmitted tu the l'n sid? ut snd -Is
LONG BRANCH MORE CITEERF1IL.
AitMIII V I till TIIK G?.?.-??? '. I - I.....SIKV.
IBI ? I I.I ".?????? I.. I ill. I I.HUM..I
Losa Bbancii, July 5.?There la irreal rejoicing
at ihe several b?tela over the telegraphic reports
from Washington of tbe favorable conditi.if
President(larlicld. His attempted murder and Ins
.?in. ? ? -. ? .,? re? o?, .ry are still tho main topios of con?
versation. The feeling among the imople grows
more deep hourly. A man living in the village
stated to-day that he never offered a piai er in Ins
life until after the attempted assa aiuation oi fresi
de ut eia ni. Ill and h.? had prayed a? eycral tiuiea daily
for In- complete recove ry.
General Grant went to Now-York today for tha
l'n ? time since the a ? tempi to hill the Pre Ident. It
svas rumored thai h had gone for t be purpose ?if at?
tending a conference of Conkling*? followers, lie
received to-daj a dispatch from Colonel Rockwoll,
ih?: President's .-. orelary, In which he expressed con?
fidente in his reco s ? i y. He also received two other
telegrama regarding the President's condition. Borne
ol General Grant'? friends here have taken great
pains to make public a denial <>f the holding of the
reported coufereuoe In New-York hy the Conkling
John Hoey received a dispatch this afternoon
from (Oloml Rockwell which stated ! ha! the symp?
toms of the Presidimt's recovery were growing more
favorable hourly. General Horace K. Porter said
this evening thai he did not send a dispatch to Mr.
Conkling yesterday asking him to ??met?? Long
NATIONAL GRIEF EXPBE88ED.
Pius? mon, ?. ,J? July G?. No pillili?- event
since tbe death of tb? martyred President Lincoln hua
so agitatoti Uns eolloge town as the attempted assassins
lion of Presldont Qarfleld. This is manifested not only
In the groapa Rathered to loara the latest news, but In
the actions and toe lookB of all whom yoa meet. Thu
proclamation of toe Mayor In roferenoe to tbe National
holiday slmplj (?pressed the aentlment of tin? peuple.
Prayer-meetings tinder the euspiosa ef Mesara. Dins
dale and Mudge, t lui pastors, were, held In Ih.? first
Presbyterian church on Sunday and In tha lUiooiid
Church on Monday. These services were of (he mos
Ki.lemi) and impre-tHivc character. Addresses were deliv?
ered uy the vciierahiu et President MaoLean, i?rs. Athen,
Atw ater and (?rein, mid praters svere tillered hy I'r.nl
tient Mei..i.-?? and Dra? MaeLean, Camena and Bodga
sad Mr. Wood, ?nnthor gonaial niniillng is to he held
(ois. il. Bum, Iowa, July 6.- Mayor Vnuuhan yes
terday leaned a proclsmaUoa requesting a general hus
peiirioii of the eelelnul ion ami ev. lythlii?,' tu I he way of
hilarity ?uni Joviality, onl of respect fur the President
in ihe afternoons mas?-mietlng ?>f oitisensot ail porit
lcat partka wbb held at tha Ooarl Boaaa and brief ml
dressee of sympathy and eoadolenea were mad??. Tha
cit.? was in the deepest mourning over toe later news or
toe Pre -Lieut's condition.
t lin,?..,), juiy ?.. -Telegrama continue (?> come in from
su directions, sbowlog thai ihioii.-hoiit the \sv?,t ami
Northwest, us in ail other parts of tbe oonntry, the
astisi lesti? u ?? m ol tbe 4th oi July were almost entirely
given up, and In ?cry many plaoes rehgiotu meetings
w.-r. In hi and prayer ami supplication rendered tur the
preservation of the it sideut's life. The deepest In
ten ?i m the new? from Washington is still ft it.
11 vi.iiM'ini.. July ... -?! un extra session of the City
('..nani to-day, culled by the Mayor for ilu? purpose of
tallii - some it. ?Ion in regard to the ussiiult, upon the
President, appropriate resolutions wen- pusaod
Noawicn, N. v., juiy r,.--There is great rejoicing
amona tbe politicians In this city over the news ol the
l'n-,li Ills ?,?,j,? lid cumulimi. Venteril.iy ? e. lei,ration
was tlbipciisud wlUi to gi-i.tify the people generally, who
ere watching the result of tho President's illness with
Sykacijsk.N. Y., July 5.?At. the meeting; of the New
York ?tate Teachers Association to-day, Mr. (iilinour, the
State Superintendent of Public Instruction, ?poke of the
sorrow of tho Nation falling with particular fore? on this
Association, from tho fact that President Qarfleld had
been at one time a school teacher. A telegram expres?
sing sympathy was sent to Secretary Maine.
Hait Lakh, Utah, July 5.?All ?elei.rations of the
Fourth in Utah were abandoned here yesterday, but Do
business was transacted. The Dentales assembled In
mass-meeting in Halt Lake, had speeches, and adopted
resolutions expressive of their horror and shame at the
shooting; ?oy that tho President Still lived, sympathy
with him and hi? family, and detestation of tne seeasmn
ntlon. More nnd stronger government ?vas demanded
i.y the speakers, especially In Utah, where the shooting
or tbe Preeident is regarded as a providential punisbj
meat for hin condemnation of Mormon usurpations and
Prrrsacao, July 5.?At a meeting of the Allegheny
County Qarfleld Veteran Corps this evening, a resolution
??as adopted declaring that the criminal assault upon tin?
President of the United States dev( 1 - pa the necessity f( r
the enactment of a law by Congres? which shall pr?vido
for punishment by deetb for ail such ffenooe.
MORE OF crn r.AU's MISDEEDS.
Chicago, July B.?Evidences of Qulteau's villainy
are continually coming to light. Nearly every lioard
ing-liiui.se-kreper in Ilio city lias abili against lutti.
Nearly every restaurant has his "I 0 U.'' aud ?ill
the hotels have record., to his discredit. Tho couiu
lative evidence to the effect that ho is an innato
?COUndrel, devoid of morality or decency, rather
than that he is insane. Nobody ever considered him
insane, but all attributed his actions i<? moral <>h
lii'iiity. A special dispatch says be was banged in
effigy at Flint, Midi., with hearty execration of citi
Bens who took part in the ceremony.
LABGE MEETING l\ RICHMOND, VA.
lin IIMONU, Va., July G?.?? large meeting ot intel?
ligent and prominent citizens was held in Capitol
(Square this evening, t<> u:?.? expression t?? the senti?
ment <>f the city regarding tbe crime at Washington.
Governor Holiday was appointed chairman. Tho
mooting was opened with prayer by tbo Ber. Dr. ll.
A? Tapper, of tbe Baptist Church, after which the
Governor made an eloquent addreea. The Hon. A.
M. K.ely next sill.tnit ted Hi address to the Presi?
dent of the United Males and a scries of resolutions.
The Rev. Dr. Hoga, ?>? the Presbyterian Church,
seconded the rcs"let ions, and alan made a most feel?
ing address. Thenddreistotbe President and the
resolutions ?ver?? then adopted, and tho meeting ad
THE 8ENT1MENT IN OTHER LANDS,
I'u.N IIM II? A-M';:\MI'S OF I'n.N'ClltN AMI? sym?
Washington, July .">. The cable aud domestic
telcgraphio ? ires have been liberally used by the
Piplomntie Corps during the lu ? thrcedaysof trial
for the American Nation, ind tho foreign Ministers
representing nati..us having colonial possessions
near tbo United States were among tho moat activo
In their efforts to keep their Governments well in?
formed. Mi Ed ward Thornton and Seuor Barca re- |
peat?? ily visited t in? l'.M'ein i v.? Mansion, tbe Span?
ish Minister displaying, If p" sriiie, the greater ac
tivit.i "i ili.? two, es ?.?? had to gather for and to for?
ward information t?. t??<> different administrations -
tin Governments of Madridern! Havana. In Cnba,as
well a- in Spain, the members of tho Government and
the people havo shown the deepest Interest in the
couditlon of President Garfleld, and their renre
snntativo at Washington had to answer by cai.lo
hundred?? ? f qnest ions from Havana and Madrid, and
to transmit tho expressions of lympathyof bis Maj?
esty, King Alfonso XII.. and <?f the Captain-General
<>f t'uia, General Blanco. Se?or Barca has the sym?
pathy of the people who see liim Incessantly going
to and fro in the streets of Washington in a tem?
perature of 06 , and displaying such heartfelt in?
terest in this sorrowful epoch of the American ? a
1 ii m, together ??ith an activity onlj equalled hv
that of the British Minister, win? has t?> satisfy the
sympathetic ourioaity of Canda and the United
Th?? following telegrams ?vere received to-day ?
(fsw ??.???, jai? ?
| in the tJon.JsJtm?Q. Bl?ma, mtoretmry of .statt, ?ash
I am Instructed by the? Presideul of ifayti t?> ronvi*?? to
this Government his deep sympathy ob i*"? occasion of
the attempt t?i essaaslnsM the President of th? United
Matett, whom- Ufi? he hop?*! (lud '.till IpMI ?
To put??tea aa Camfouba?a, Vhargt dMJMr*? of ttntm,
The Klug orders that rou %\r? szpreeston to Ihe pro?
found drier ?vit fa which His Majesty and the rntln nation
bai e learned of the attempted sssaastnatloa of the i\ > *
IdenL Ilia MiiJ.nty haa tillen rot'tiirai,. .? u it the -Trent
trht sat Ufad ion of the loon ?. ,i??i inns' MWl trun sun I led
hy ) oil, aid ?I? -lires t" Im .Ul: , inforni Od. Mirti IM.
UNABATED ANXIETY IN ENGLAND.
?ympatnt ??:<?? ? i\ ?ui'.m.i. amkuic.vn cmnrr
t ?-????? 3?,
I.nM'oN, July G?.--'???, interest and anxiety in
England about Mr. Garfleid's progress baverathet
increased than abated. News ol bis condition Is
eagerly sought after.
At Liverpool ? h?? American Consulate was yester?
day visited by a steady stream of inquirers concern?
ing tho l*rcxidcnt'H condition. Consul Packard lias
reoeived lettersof sympathy from the Health OHI
cor, the8ti|iendiary, Mayoi I u ?.I andotberoffl
Alfred T. u?.?? on. the Poet Laureate, bas lelo
l'i ipbed to Mr. Lowell .- pn in ? ?.' ? ? ? ul at the
attempt on tbo President's life, ami .. kinii foi the
lai? ?t news regard i uu bin condii inn.
The Com ? .?! Aldi mien In daj adopted a ? n?lu
ti>.? expressive ot sympathi ??iih i'lcsideul ?..,?
/ he I 'din burgh ' ? says :
The u.t. m.? m . of -'.? in act will exeiti In this
? Oil II : I ? tllll. ?? ? !. . ee, ? ? ..| ? III ?? I e, I e G?-1 lilil? llldl let
tlon. The teelliu ? in ??rest Uri .. ?? ? iwii il liinrl.-ii do
uol ?? ??? ? s,.il cl ... ve llieiii
or force, bui ih? ?ympathj ... ?. ! furth h? till? event,
which huit u.h been .? ?,..?., ? p?.:?, tendered b.i ti.??
Queen, can limili? fall to ? In in inten ni tviicn It Im p
?????,????-?..! that Mr. liai II? Id'? l.tttl publie word? ?? '?.?.?
I.aid low Were Worilit ol |iuoil-wiU Ul tin. cuali?.
? ho at lii ?? ? on? lude ? .. follo?? ? :
A< p ? ! Un la und a G? ? ih ni ,,? tin ? tilted -tules
hiiiliil al n|.|.: ? notivi ul |"ov. rumen ..' nth are ex
?..,?-.l to tho sume kind ol u mil .v it hin u rew months
>.r. neh ?.; her. ? he iiiiiMciiiu?iie m ol ? ?? . noi.? .. ..
pn ??. ?, inn,e ?? !, ,. . ?., ?|,, . u j?, |?,|,| |,?..;, .,,,,? ,,.
?.isihh ? Ii :. , mid It Ih not likely I. ? un . of
IheHtumpol Lincoln or Oui Held troia doing Iheir Uutj
and lai lut| tl. > , re .?.
I In I umili-,t r wot) s :
The inurd. rou outrn ?.? in U'a hlngton ha.I ?.n!? n ? ry
tnoderalti etfoet on Ihe price? of Anni lenii ?ecurUie?.
Aller the lirai Iciidencj lo a paule bud pimned ?way,
which It did verj iiulckly, o remarkable uteudln? ?i be
crune apparent, and the re uctlon *????.>?? lit l.ninioii
price* watt iiiUhjportaul, Operators who Booked Into ? he
citi boning to pick up American ntocknchi ip wore con?
Hlilcrnbij illHsppolnted. M thoiurh luminous in ?merle?
wan suspended, there were l?rm buying orders scut
thence, und |?rlvole telegram? troni Mew-York staled
that, m? ponti, ai trouble wusanticipated.
Phii.am.i ?????, July 0 ?Oeorge W, Childs to-day
received the follow ii?l' calde di ?patch : 'We pray
earnestly rort.be President's recovery. John Walter,
House oi Commons. London."
SYMPATHY PROM CONTINENTAL EUBOPE.
li.KII.WII 1, IN RUSSIA ? l??MSH Ml-.SSACi:.
LoirooM, July 5. 'Via?. Journal ?/?? St, Peterthnra
characterizes tho attempt on President fJarflcld's
life :ui an abominable crime which has deeply moved
and saddened Russia, and asks if the reeurrenee of
Diese heinous crimes does not ind?cate the existeuee
of a contagious epidemic passing through tho world.
II says :
There Is a greal lessee to in? leaned from all Hile,
namely, thai neither a republic nor a nionarohjr is safe
from the attacks of some perverted minds. Unoe moro
we expr?s* tbe cordial lymoathjr fell I.y the wholeof
Russia for Mr. Garfleld aud tho people of the United
BtutOS. Tho rotation? of lltn-siu and America have al?
ways been cori 11 a I. The re never existed a Ice I In? of Jeal
..11?..', or antagonism between th? two peoples. The
Am.?neun Nation muy count upon Ih.? lei veni player?? of
the Buastsna for tbe President's recovery.
I'd.MK, July 5.?The Pope has Issued an encyclical
loiter, dated .June '_!>, dealing ?villi recent attempts
on ilio live? of sovereigns, He declares that the
precepts of Christ are eminently fitted for the guid?
ali???? of rulers and subjects, and serve to produce
1 hat unity of purpose which leads to publie traii
l?d.MK, July G>?In the Seiial,.? to-day the President
expressed sentimento of Indignation and horrornt
the attempt upon the life of President Uarttold, and
said it ??as his ter? cui wish l hai in? might ? cover,
Signor Mancini, Munster of Foreign AiFaira, in
the Him?? oi the Government, said be full) shared
the President's sentiment?,
Vikn.va, July 6.?The attempt on the life ?>f Presi?
dent Oar?eld oontinnes to he tbe principal subject
of discussion in Ilio Vienna newspapers, ?vhicli ex?
press the belief that although no ?vidence bas yet
appeared to show that Quiteau acted In pursuance
ol Ihe instriK lions ?.G a certain political patty, yet,
beyond doubt, the criminal believed he ?vas acting
In tbe interests of that party, and ih.? attempi was
the outcome of tbe strafate ?>? corruption ?u-amst
honesty. Tho aiucl.s?i?vcll on theservioeePresi?
dent Uarfieid has elroaly rendered, in spite ?>. his
brief telline ot office, la energetically opposing the
abus?e of the patronage;system. The papers make
tho Conkling-tiraut party responsible for the .?(
tempt, aud lay stress apon the aecossity for the
inorai pillili, at ion ol the ? men. an udminuUaUvo
system. The, Presse declares that the whole civilized
world shouhl array itself against the criminal.
( OPBNHAOBN. July ?.-Kiiig Christian sent C. L.
de Loveiiskiold, tl?, Marshal of tho Palace, to ex?
press to Dr. Cramer, t.ie American Charge d'Affaires,
his deep sympathy with Preeident tJarheld.
??????G? VILT?ANY UNMARKED.
Cincinnati, July 5.--Messrs. Hois Bros. & Co.
merchants of thia city, exhibit a letter received by
thein in August, 1H70. from Charles J. Oniteau, at?
torney at law, Portland Bloek,Chicago, urging them
to allow bin to settle an action of theirs for 9370 1
against Max Epatona, of the firm of M. Haeebury &
Co. He said he had found Kpat one's uncle, who
?vas willing to pay 10 oents 00 the dollar, and that
Other elaiiiianls had agreed to take that sum. Tho
claim was sent, hut no money ever came from it.
Kein Broa, ascertained thai ?'uiteaii had settled with
Bpstone for 0110 hundrod cents on tho doll. No
creditors had received anything. It was for this
cause that movement ?vasmade to disbar ("uitenu.
G????.?????,?????. July G?.-The Tnmntrer *?% ill print
to-morrow an intervie'??' ?viih a Philadelphian with
whom Charles J. Gnitean lodged for several days
three years avo. The gentleman while declining to
givo his name now is ready to appear as a witness
in tho case ??hen summoned. Quiteen presented
himself at the gentleman's house when he was away,
referred t?> prominent Methodist divine? as to
his character, and represented himself as an atlor
ney-at-law and local Methodist preacher. When
the gentleman returned he was not prepossessed
??ith his gucat^s appearance and told his wife that
the man's cropped nair made him look as if he bad
escaped from a lunatic asylum.
There was nothing, however, in his conversation
or manner, to indicate insanity. Uo attended Ur.
Warner's church, and on his return criticised the
sermon In a manner which, for depth, clearness end
Intelligence, tho gentleman sai. I bo had never heard
surpassed. Prom that moment bo set him down as
a man i.i' clear head and of more than average tal
enis. The next morning, however, he mysteriously
disappeared, leavinga note thanking the family for
their hospitable entertainment and promising to
remit. Tbey beard nothing more from t luir guest
until bis name was mentioned in connection with
the attempted assassination. The ministers whose
names he had used saj they knew nothing about
??????G- CONDUCT IN BOSTON.
MSMlsM.I? I HUM ? ? IN81 RANCI" (?MICK-??G? ?.?.G.?
Kit'?? rni?: -?a ?? in um:.
Boston, Julv .'?..The Traveller says :
During the winter of 1870-??,(Julteau,while In Bos?
ton, applied at the oRlce ot a prominent life Insurance
company r>>r a position a? aitont. Il? una .?, perfect
?tran tei t.. the officials, bnl t?j using ili?? nani? of bis
brother, who was known t<> Ibetn, be -??? or.?.I r. favorable
oouslderatlon of his application, and tlie j told him that
li?? nilgtit ;'.. to work for them and that tbej wonld so
ccpt anj Qrat-elaa? finks that he nilgbt obtain for them.
Upon Uil? lie proceeded to make ll.Hice of the com?
? ?., hla headquarter?, rcct-lvliiu? and answering hi.? let?
ti ratini,?. 1 pon being aaked l?i one of the ufficiai* if
be had Reeured a liecnite from the Insurance company
and 1. l'?.iiii.. lu the negative, he was told that he mmii
m .ot. on?? immediately or ho would noi be permitted to
do 1.u .in.,-,? for the company. He thereupon put in aa
application fur oue, but, as it appears from tbe records,
lie . 1 look .t out.
A fevi .I.i? ? lab r d puekage ?vat. left nt the office >.f the
??on. pan ? fur litui, and being i|ue?tionc?] In 1 >? ? u.1 to it, lio
RlalC'l that it contained I.I?.-, ?vhleb he win 1?? .i.tliutr.
He was told that tbe company did noi can t<> employ
book peddler?, and vh luuimariiy ordered to leave Ike
premine?. 111. .isa,,, lation? with Ihn ? >m;niuy cover .1 a
p. 11,., i, if leas il..m two ????? ?. <?, .-.'...l during tu..' Linie,
t.n?u li continuali,) t.. au no?? much be aas going to
do, be accomplished not ??? whatever, and II waa <?>:
dent, oven before the dUcovcrj that be wa? a book ped
dlt-r, thai he was nothing mon? orli ta than a proti
" ?I.uu ?..?.,'.?? ? leadliitt offieirof the company saaerta
that .In: III e t he abort Unie that I .nilc.ni ??.??? ? nuli? ne Ici
aa agent he abowed no aima of liiaaulty, nor ??..?. bo ia
?m? ??in noticeably peculiar In lita act* or converaalloa.
tie w?a, however, very glib lu bla ?all-, and apparently
pn laca?? ?1 of nunaldi rabia bualneaa u.uallttcatlona.
Membera of tbe Legislature of 1880 will remember
Charlea J. (Iuiteau, the famous or rather now Infamaos
saaallanl of Ucneral ? ..nil.-I.I, a? a abort, slim man, with
a full beard, who habitual I? haunted the House ?>' Bep
rooeatatl? ? ? during the sessions, and wbo by some means
obtained a p.uw to tbe loor, During in? ?im iure in?
frequently exhibited a card bearing th?? Inscription :
'?Charlea J.Oniteau, Attorney it Law, Broadway,N.Y."
? Tbo sanerai Impremdon was that be was a"i.eat." It
conili uoi t??? traced that be w.t.a in any way Interested in
ponding l?gislation, and th?-,.? waa considerable apccula
tion .i?? t.. in? bualai .?. Oulteau haunted tbe Librar) ??ml
pored over volume after volume,aud seemed lobi >t
Work on ?onte Undertaking, Ibe purport of which
lie wriipiiloiinly guarded from all impnn-ra. Hi?
movements were the them?? of general comment among
tbe attaches of the House, uml a abort time afterward It
waa noticed that articles of wearing apparel began to
dlaappear In uu unaccountable manner. suspicion was
nt urn e dir, ? teil I?. ( ?ulti .ill, and finally Aaatstanl I'o..r
keeper John I Kllllan tool, him risiile and lut ite.l hull to
???,?????? sirinillc. Mm??? that tune he ! art not tu?, ? ?..?>???
at the Htate House, aad tbe mit beard of his where
about-, cam?! over the wire from Washington.
AN ACT OP EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY.
*VYasiiiv?;ton, July r?.? The ?? nteiu-e (?f dis?
missal ioiimi agslnat Captala (1 eorge A. Ainu?, who was
trhii l>y court martial la Tozas BOBM month? iir-o, bas
linn ???? ,-.it???I IO Suspension from rank for Ml month?,
with forfeiture of one-ball pa??, and eoneaetnenl to tbe
limita of tin? p?.?t where bla oompany may ?><? stationed.
I'laalffont Oarfleld signed Ibe papers In tin? ca.se on
Tbtirodnj laut, _
VETO OF THE WATER SUPPL? BILL,
??.i:\nv, July G?.?The Governor to-ilay vo?
to.??I tbe ?.in providing forth?? ronatruetloa of a aew
aqueduct from tbe Croton dam to Ne? York City, in
! hi? message tbe Ooveraor says :
? t..? engineer! ol the Croton "Vater Burean frankly
state that the purpose I? t.u ?truci a new in?! Inde?
? pondent aqueduct of more than doubl?? the .-.n?.?. i?? of
l.'l pi escili ohe , Wblllt HO VIT) il. ?lliltc s t .iti : ? le: 11 lina
: becu made aa to the anticipated ?oat of I hi new work.
! l'io? ciiittatttsra admll ? probable coal >.f at Icaal
."?>.?.o... fontntllcr t'ampli I cxpreaaca the on
turi Hi- Work Will I -.-I ::' ll 11*1 1 ..?KKJ ' >" ? ? ' Oliti"
u . ilr. retore, tbe hill in ?. ? ????,-, ? ? ilion muai ? d treated
na a pi. Ilion to Ilici ?.??? ve.') ? ?? ? > i ?? the p. : in meni
dt ul t1 .? ? u? for Ihe ? .' forth, li would be
\,. . . to Im?? lb? lie? - ?? ? "I an In? ' a.?i mi : ?? ti.m
inn Uly demo ti ' Ih un? th? pi ??!?<? d ?voi ? und ?
? the ? uoi m."?: lui ?llulil? Ini oh ed ?? ? tic
con?! ruction of au additional .. ,u> .lu? t fi ..m ? ;..? ? ; ??! m
?: r to ? ?.? ? it?.
T|ie ?? . ?? the pi??!., .11 :.? luird? ? the Ci mml?
r ni l'utili ? M ori 1 ??ith I ? rt??l ?? *i?< ? ?
ate ? ?.? ? lu :..11.?- l'.ll ma.? wtdl he .
? hut olii, .11 airi .10 . . ' ' ed wl ? ilu ll - \. ll ?
fui r ? ?| hit ?!, ? ?.! ?. 1 ... le . ? luti :
le 1 io? alitili-. nini 1. "in, 1 s oi in? man.
1,1 ,:np,ise t,,, additi nal ???|????????????? r ?empiute?!
upon .-??? util? ? ? 1 : 1 '? .ipl il * Ith impili
1,.1, ? 1. ?,,... ,? iban ?. .? ou and ? ? ni?. ?? ?
? pei,. Ity can p ?Ibly I tifj Sopii? t nuli rial
Ini: or eu porn ti triiat ..? Ilk? tuugiiltiide would be Iluta
it ? ni m 11 .Indi? ?.lu.il.
i.11 ., ii. : p. , 1 ilatiin? ??? ill ? .?:. ? upon It?? dull ?
?it u, uni h . 1 roui lliis . 1.11 .?, .. !.. : 1 i ?. iul?J< call la re
aurai il u id ?.uu il lo a a ,??.? mid ua? nil eon
Certainly no ?ei .11 harm can result from the brief post
ul . ile I lliia 1 nu u will Involve, lu end
ol h 1 li proni Iloti lio ltd . h uiiderlukcn
inerii.?, are ihoruugblj uppn c aU*d rm.i ui know led od.
( .. ?mi. is ON THK VETO.
Th?? veto bj the Governor was an unpleas?
ant mrprlae to acveral of the leading city officials.
Mayor (?race sr.nl be regretted ti:.- voto, ai the mi a uire
waa a good one. The city certainly needed s irrealer
supply of water, and oaob sueooedlng year tbe waul
would be more strongly frit The bill throw around tho
contemplated Improvement tbe safeguard of the ap?
proval of the Board >>f Estimate nnd Apportionment
before any expenditure could be inaile.
Controller Campbell also thought tbe bill a good one.
The Ooveraor errod In sui ipo ling thai then? were ninety
three gallons or water dally for ca. h Inhabitant. The
natdant population of Now-York is 1,200.1)00, and tho
ti.ilisi.nl population M nt leant 300,000 more. Tills
would give about sixty gallona for each peraou daily.
The aqueduct i? now running t>> Ita full capacity. An ac?
cident which would 0U1 oil the supply for one week
would practically deprive the olty of water, and tala
might occur. l'In? ?visu of tin? Ooveraor to refer tbe mat?
ter to tbe nasi Legislatura might, however, week aa
KELLT tf BLISS SWINDLED.
Kelly & Bliea, the pool-sellers, were the fio?
ttine ot a swindle If oadajr. H has he?11 the cuittom to
telegrapb tbe result of oaob race from the track Immettt
utcly after the horse? pas? tho post, to the linn's pool?
room 11L Hunter'? point. The winner of a dash of ? mile
ami Ihren qnartora st Long Branch was seat i>y Kelly A
BUss'ssgaat so Ripple, but the dispatch that reached the
pool-ioem? nad : " Krupp timi Hint." The dispatch was
verified ss usual i?y un..Hier dispatch signed : "?. ?., K.
ft B.," meaning u All right, Kelly ft Bliss." On receipt
of tin? second dispatch tbe msnager of the pool?room i?o
gaa paying off on Krupp Qua. At loagtb it was sea?
peci.d thai, something was wrong, and the men la the
poolroom ?topped paying off on the race and made Iu
? iniiy nl the teli e,;iph oillce. The reault ahowed that
Kelly ft Biiaa bad been duped. Mr, Kelly ?ay? that tbe
firm Is a loser to the amount of *.:i.?'t>o. it? la thought
that there were four persona conio cted with the affair,
one ol ??I10111 purchased all 111?? pools ?old oil Krupp lilil?
ut the room in Buntere Point,
TRI I'LL MURDER ASH I.) SCHISO.
.I.\< kminvii.i.i:. Flu., Jtllj G?.?Tho partictilurs
Of n most horrililb triple murder ha??? Just rcaehcl BOW
Bharil1 Miokler,of Hernando County. June ft?, loft bis
tine children, eight, eleven sad tourteau years old,
aloes ?.charge ol a negro named King, "Che negro shot
ami mortally wounded the oldost child and them drove
the others to (he wools, where hOSbOt the elder dead
and cul the throat of the younger, I? .1 ? in ? It for dead.
ii?? then returned, robbed the bouse and waylaid Mr.
Milkier, ?vith th?? intention of ?Hing bim oa hm ? turn.
A neighbor aocompauled Mr. Miei or, and tho murderer
?vuH prevented ttom oarr? oui hla design. G?? two
?Miiiiided children when found wore alilo lo give an eo?
count "f the terribhi affair. ltd ii perhapo are n??w
dead. The fiend was captured and confessed his orline,
??.? was hanged in tbe presence and with tho tape?
buliou of -UU oil.Ucil.i, ?vluto anil tailored.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
THE BRITANNIC AND THE VANDALIA.
London, July 5.?-The etoamer Hritanuic is
alight ly leaking; in one of the compartments. Tbe
weather and tho position of tho vessel continue favora?
ble. The Halviige Association of Liverpool has sent
steam-pumps and divers to l.cr assistance. The report
that one of the lioats on leaving the Britannic last even?
ing capsized, drowning eleven persons, has no founda?
tion. iMiiay, lume Jt Co., tho mitnagers of the White
Star Line steamers here, have lujen Informed that all the
pass? liters have Inen safely taken ashore, and that no
accident of any kind occurred in lauding them.
One of the two tup-boats which left the Hiver <".? ?le
June "S, In search of the Hamburg-American lane
steamer Va dalia, from Ilaml.tirg for New -York, which
broke her ahafl and was spoken June 26 In latitude 58
north, snd longitude IB* west, has rcturTie.i, having
heeii unsuccessful. The captain of the ?ag sayS he kaiawa
nothing of tlie svlicreabouts of the second tug. Ho met
heavy westerly gSleS and foggy weather.
The Admiralty hu.? ordered ihe steamer Seahorse, now
stationed at Queeustown, to proceed in search of tea tlis
ahk'd steamer Vuudalia.
Amon?; the (li.spatolion received yesterday by
R. J. Cor'.is, axent of the White f-tnr Line, was the fol?
lowing : " 1'a.sseiitrers all landed safely last night. The
liritiinnlc Is still ashore. Fine weather, but fogey. A
portion of the cargo was jettisoned. Tugs and assistance
have been sent to the vessel. Kxpoct she w ill come oft if
fino weather continues." Tho principal ?argo Jetti?
soned was n part of the ch? ese shipments, of which there
were 809,000 penala on board -the. largest shipment
ever made on any oae vessel. Anothcniispatch stated
that h hole bad beea made in the second compartment of
the vessel by the thumping, and that tin* com,.ailment
was inn of water. The grain shipments, consisting of
7.705 bushels of wheat, were in Ihis compiti ImeiiT, he
sides ;t part of the shipments of 287,696 pounds Of ba? on.
The former will !..? pai-ifally if sot wnoUj destroyed,
but it is not thought the hacim will be mj tired.
THE SLAVERY QUE8TIOB in BOUT.
London, July G>.?? Cain diapatoh lo The
Simulant says: "Il is reporten tiiat Iho Khedive of
Egypt svili shortly decree the tolal abolition of slavery
throughonl ins dominions."
THE BULQAEIAN ELECTIONS.
London, July r,.? Jhc 6temdnraT$ dispatch
fn.ui Vienna says :
The result?, of th.- Bnlgaiian electionsnp to the present
lime show that of 342 members of the National lasers
bly ? I. . ti'd.l'.l- ai.?., .velimi' ut al and ill??; positi? it lists.
? h?-1 i.e. erniii? nt desires s two-third?, mai,,m sod ba?
therefore ordered several supplementary election?
Th.? Presos stata? thai rumors <>f a plot sgnlatl Prtoaa
Alexsndi r sre circulated to increase the Tlrvrrnmontai
pressure for the required number of Deputo s.
REVOLUTIONARY PLOTS IN I.tssja.
London, July .">.?Acronimi; to the SC 1'??tera
barg Oolos eight bsgs of gnnpowder have beea found m
a ditch m tho village of ?Calasi, whtoh the Caarvtslted
THE TUBC<0-OREEK PRONTDSR.
LONDON, July o.?Ti'li'oiitiiis from the Tnrco
Qreeh frontier state thai Pori Penta, whleh had ham
dismantled, hss etneo been rearmed, and Arts,which had
been evacuated bss been regarrtooa ?! The Tnrfcs have
n>k. .1 for an ex tension "f tltue ?or ? he e ? a. ualioii, tv inch
tl..? Iiouiiilirv Commtssluaersrefuse.
A Kent, r dlspstt ?. from Athens sags :
General Soul ?>-, Commander of tbe Irrny of Occupa?
timi, ?m? iDformed the ? ... v. minent ih.it ? m Oreeki bave
occupi? I two point? in tbe new tei rftorj , tb? Turks has
Ina retired previously, Over slat) new Krupp artillery
?.?? 11.,? is ti "?e down ?aring tea recent march treni
Athens to lunula.
Vienna, Julj r>.?An Athens dispatch to
th?? Politische Oorretpessaono soya ?
Four thousand Ureek troopshave entered the Turkish
village of LHmaiio, ihe occupying fort? will probably
? liier Aria on the 6th hint. It is stated that tho Klag;
will sinit Arti? next weak.
CHILI AM) PERU.
Panama, June 25.??Letters received from
Lima,dated .inn.? ??, ?tate that ali aaTurta to ahtaia a
, pi ? ? u in in tot Penti laa Coagraa* have failed. Although
th.? eeatral and northern deportasi ata hatea uli tee?arai
In favor of the Piwvtsloaal ??oven.men!, and their repre?
sentatives are in Lima, it seems In.possible to unite them
for legislative purposi s <>r rtlmslsta them to au effort to
throw off tbe Chilian domination.
The ? Lilian?, hav Lag tal?.?!! l'avis, tin.I Iho .iisioms re?
ceipts there su?cleat to maintain the small force sta?
ti?.md at th.- place.
??.rola, not Unding either Arequipa?. Ayacticho or other
south? p? points inclined to atase farther aacrlOoos f<?r
the pr..l.>iigs!loii of tin- wrtr, is on nis wsy to Ij? I'az,
where his inlssloa probably is to indu.? the Bolivian
? ?ongre ?vs to pat forth more tletcruiiuod efforts to revise
THE MONETARY CONFEPENCE.
I'akks, ?July r?.?It is expected that the- In
t??"sattoaal ?ottotaiy Oaafawaoa willooncleds Ha labors
FKKSCH POLfeCT IN NORTH AFKIC?.
London, July 5.?? Taris iligpatch U? 77i?
Times says :
Th.- Pre Di ?? Consul SI Tri|n?;i hai besan the same liinit
of agitation as that with which H. Koaatan forced tbe
? ??,-, e ? pedi tion on Prance, bul Tripoli Is really s G??t??
I?? h province and .annoi ??? t..nein.I without pruvottag
the Intervention of Kurop?. Il ?- difficult t?> arrise s?
? i..- ' sa. t truth in regar I to the troubles .?? the 1 u',:.-.an
coast. At Algiers official reports -.. k i<> minimize the
.m-. at I ri bute it ??> foreign Instigation, wbile
certain journals, desiring i<> make ? ipltal against tire
Government, exaggerate evtwy Incident. The ? irk! li
Ambassador has , rotnstcd sgainni ittrioutiuj* tbe 1 hhk
Iiiii nut break to tbe dispatch ol Tin -tab tro ??? aad DM ?
.,? .v u t.. Tripoli.
Iaimvon, July ti l i\.
?-., ??-ni ?., riipolt to maintain ? tier amona tl
and. if necessary, to mul??? an armed pit... ?? aga?isl
1 n Ut h luv ;?. loa.
London, i uesdsy, Inly S, 1881.
The application for a now trial in the Bend ?t libel
. .? , i. .'.<-.I.
Tb? Cornell 1 ree lave entered for the r;;,?.? for the
, rh will eoi
Vmaleur Regatta July 14. l'a> ? will meet lot uoudou
sud I huun .? l?. .-?
At Ibe e?? uing ol ? ?. Ne? mark, ? .1 .....
tbe rae* for tbe Visitors* Plate was won b
,. n, includili^ G. Lsii illai -,
the Sport ' match race for the
pup recent!) offered b| the manager i?) England of sn
?? ii: m ?,, ? . ? all? d Ihe Intel nal ???? , ?
is l.i-liig iiriHiig??.! IhIvv ecu tlie Corn? ?? l'ni versiti ?
a .?? ? lie ? itihltu I'nle ? ? ?, .il prob
ubl?, he rowed al l'uni, .v ."
s count Bandoli (< onecrvatlw) moved the adJoui
of the House of Commons to-day ss arpeo! ?? alnst the
. : ? be ' i" ? p meni In rt tasta : to givi
ah.Hit the 1 ? un . ? ??:????1? COUIIIIfrelill II? al.. |
lions, Mr, Uladslone, lo av-.i.i a beate?! .1:-. ussion which
???????! <lo h.?in,, pii.ini-.cil the nun ,? asked tot.
TUE 8TA TE LEGISLA III: h'.
THE SENATORIAL BTR?OQLR
TIIK COMI ?a CONI ???.?? g <>G Rl l'i m iris? CONK?
LIMI MIN II"I.DIN?! AIO.il IMI I'I;1;m|'I.m'i
-CONDITION (UK ONLY rOMC OF INT?_BB8T.
int ? i.i.ii'.usiii ?? ? ???. ? inn ?
ALBANY, July G>.- It is p-tiiii^ to be plain
tbat the Beaatortal eontest to likely to In pioloagod an
other week. Mr. Conkling*? rapportera refase t?. sffoaJ
any eonferenoe of the Bepabllcaa members, or to enter
Into any arrangement BJ ?vhieli the tontest canili he
cullisi. Then to bat oae explanation far their conduct.
The} desire to know ss bather the President Is teller? or
die tic foro they proceed to elect fenati.rs. Wi:h
th?. advent of Mr. Arthur to power they are
Confident that they could not only reeled Mr. Conkling
but also any other Htalsvart they might select as his
Companion, This waiting, as It were, st the I.e.Iside of a
?Orali wounded man m VVa?.hiiii;toii, was pereeptal.le iu
nil their talk today. All parse BBl TO argument?, ou t he
part of the Admitii.,11 at ion men to gel them to al?
terni the proposed confcrciiee sv.ro svust.-d Willi great
stubbornness t)f l.Mik they declared Unit the linn-for
holding a conference or cani MB WBS pa?". ?<!. \t the name
time they were diligent students of Ihe bulletin boards
on win.Ii vv.ro displayed th.) latest telegrams from
They liehl a conference this evening at the rooms of
Assemblyman Draper, or Albany. Uy s rising voi.-.t
waa unanimously decided not to attend the uni.m eaa?
fe remo. It was atoo resolv? .1 (<> continue, aa before?, ros?
ing for Mr. Conkling. Not him; svi?? s. 1.1 ai out Ibe voting
for a successor to Mr. Platt, The members <.i the confer
enee were left at Ubertr to rote as thej please for the
candi.laics for ? his position, ftouator winslow, in strua
trllng to ?? ? old lev ea. I in.' ! lie si .lei.-, ol the me? I im:, sod .
" l um no', nt liberty to i> n nn? thing elioni our pr.?
Inga. The feet la. we want to know what the oondltlon
of the President is." Another Conklititj Benstor said:
? Wo are firmer than ?ver for Ceukllug. When il was
proposed to takeartolng ?"(?) on tbe question ol at
tending ihe Phillips iwnferenoe I dMo'l gel np.
Tlie confi -relic.? ol the Administration men WSS Well al
tended ?., night. Km oui. ?, dag reporto^were ?.?,?, ? ? .-.? ? a
regard to the prontn-d confi rence. Mr. PI
h,- h ul ?eciin'! ?iMv tour sigtintur.t to 1 he p.iper. ii'ul
,)G11 ih? ??,.- uri additional signature would ??.- ??.
? .mied to ?.row mor,lim?. It won,! be determined to?
morrow wlieli the colli??!, ni e will I?.? liel.l. It will tic
held probably In t'??? Assembl) Chamber, and will as
,,?,, ? to the public. AlreaUv here be muh.
foi votes for candidates among tbe members who have
said ihai they will attend the conference,
Th.? Bradley Bribery Inyestigating Committee will
probably rabmil iis report to th.? Legtolatur? to-mor?
row. Wo Interest to taken ia the forthowaiag report et
TbeConkllna men at their rent? nine to night resolved
to cousiiler the eabBBBt ol atijoainiuu tho is-gislatura
BALLOTINQ POR SENATOR?.
Albant, Julv 5.?Tho influx of member? wa?
so Urge to-day that IU of the 160 were present at loins
convention. It U existed that ther? will be a fall at?
tendance. Aaaemblyroen L 8. Carpenter and Saeeby ara
ulisent befranse of sii knees. Owing to tbe late arrival ol
most of the members there waa no opportunity foot
that privato talk with tbem by leadlu? politicians wblell
usually lead? to chantres in tbe voting. Although there
were two ballota taken to-day,no d_~g*ea of ii_i?ortaaoe
The fln-t hallot for Mr. Conkling** suoceaeor showed ?
drift to Ktalwart candidale??. Senator Forster voted fo?
Cornel] instead of Hoskin?; SetiaUtr Mills for form 11 la
atead of St?iughton ; Assemblyman Cowl??* f?ir Crowley
instead of Laphain ; Aaaeroblyiuaii (?atea from WbeetSd*
to Lapham ; Ar^eiublymaii Lewis from ("h.tptmm to I_p>
ham; and Assemblyman (?. .?'?lmnn from l ornell to
Wheeler. The total vote waa aa follows :
T111HTV-HKHI p.ai.u>t? hioht ttlm.
__ , Senate. Aaeembly. Total,
WliccW..H M :<rt
rotter .u 41 4T
loiiklluK.il i."i UL
Cornell.2 ? a
la-ipham. ;t ? 0
1 2 . S
Crowley.;. 0 ti
???eli . ito ??G ??
On the first vote fitr Mr. I'latC?snciH-saorrVnator Astor
?nangod from Uoakins to Crowley, Mr. Campbell tr?ins
Adama to Crowley, ?,?,.? Mr. Draw from l?*b
to J row ley Mr. J?bn F. Hmvth. through
< ami.hell and I?r:i[?er, thetcfor?? il. chin?? Una
?UU tor Cno'iey. Ij?,,, tli?? ?ame ballot, Mr. ??'?lea-U-r
????:?. U two v,,tes from Mr. ( ..rn.ll.w hi? h were give? bua
?.,? .*?. iiuli.r \? ?iiMi.v. and \-?. mnl.? man J.o k > ?? ? ??.,?..r
l-..r-te:?, who la fertile ?if Id?-?? mgaltlilU ?an.II.late?.
voted for William M. bratta tantead ol ( i-owl-v. senator
\?.?..lot,? abowed thai ?.????:a F. Paya ? stil un... ?
?.?.??? to support for Benator by votine;for Baas .
'?imi inai, ?ni.,? Lapham. Those were ail the ebuagna in
tbe ballot. They ?bowed that tbe con?? utiin ?? ?till iu
Ul? ?.une in,deci led state of ?,md that ha chnl-aiU :
it lot a moni!, i.r.M. It waa ? \ id.-nt that the tuende of
Kicbard Crowb-y are Industriouali at warb Isa* Ma,
lalle a Ing was th.? rets :
uniti v-i inn iiAi.i.uT?Um? p .km.
_ eniiate. Total.
IVpew.? ? 4?
Keruan.. all 47
? rowley . :i ?? ? ?
Cornell. 3 )? 1.1
l.iiplaai. 1 ?
Chapman . l 2 :?
Klab . 1 1
1 ? arta . 1 \
North. i ?
liitiii. ia. 1
Wheeler. 1 i J
In mam. 1 1
Totals.:?<l IU 111
PURCHASE OF A LINE.
Chicago, Jaty r?.?Tlie Mkjrigaa C !
1 dCompany im? peeehaaei Ibi 1 1 loa "lalbaet,
coveringaii inlleabetween Kenaington, IU
.i?? Une. Tbe t. nn? ..; ? , . ?
Ki't:ii?!- W ? \ V'.' ??! \I. M AM . ?
.ia ? .lili.?!. 11.? ? ? ? Vi : I
\? e-|. lit, S7??
lO.SIiOX. July ? 1:30 p. m. Mie??:? tad ,.:..., u, ?, rr?
flr?l ircele..:.?.' tin?.?.?. ~' ..11.1, ., ??','.. Ir
? . ? buatta, four 1.1 .. ntt. ils;
. r '. . KtntdiliK, ??? I
\t e-t? I .
I ' M ? v. .1 u..? ' .". on p. ru. Pan? ..lilt,??. ;?-??
rent reatre at ?.% fran * for the aeooaat? liar ???
Pania, .?..:. .'. lip m. ). nhautfe on i-uuiion. 2j tranca
'.'-S l.'UllDll? lor . .e
LAIE*/ SHIPPING NEWS,
pour ?? ? i:\v.y->?:?.jfLY ?
Steamer Weetptialia lOeri, r-.tiw. ?????. Itatt.t.nrr Jnne -y?
an.i liati.? 23, a ith nul
Steame* Newport, Bandln 1 ??. Havana :i ?'.???, wiUin.'.a?
???? pus? Barrato Jaa K Ward A Cm.
r-teani. r''ily "t ?n?.ln*. Itiali Kemandma .Inn?? "?o ?nil por*
BoyalJalj ?. w.tl, nula.? aati pemmtmgetmtati li M
Kteamei Maahettaa, Ke ly, ip> irn..t..i. citi i'
tollt, w uh ??.???? ?ii.t aaaaaageva t-> Ci-I D??l_nw ^a . ?,,
--'.??.tiii? r . itv ?? M Unti?, \? ???H-uil. ? harlcal-.u .> day?, trita
mila.? and pa<u?enr i"r? t<> I W Qalntari ?* da.
Park OweaaaMnn, ..f Uiiat,,). Davi?.. 1 .jni.jn?? ios .laca, wtta
nltr.it?? Of *a..1.i t.. ..til.r. ?>???<*] to Arli-'.l ? . ?>
P.irk Ornen iNor?, .SveoUteu, su-ttin li. urtr?, in hallaat t?
C 1 ..??? ?- Co.
Hark Pint?n favi, Amte??? R.itf? t?.-im r.O.lar?. with tr?tn
e? 1 .mpi* barrala ta ar?on rsaaal t., lunch. ?.??>? ? ?
Itsrk Viiiffa ? "'Ortv ..f W iii'l.?ur,>>,l'urter, Duhhu i.tda~L
In halirvat t?? .1 W Parker .?* <'...
r.ark Marta ?;??? .. Itniininer. Rrrmen 40 darn, ? Uli 1 lineai
_t).? <?????>? \ b?rrela lo arder veaeel to lanci.. I'.'..??.'.
V,nst .?.,->?Ga. of Pnrtlaii'l, ??.?? w. p..rt -|>???? :?? taya. au.'. >?*!t
Key ?? ?lav?, with e?!t to VitKMlrutl _ ?. 1? ??<?. v.a?-l la
Ht*n, Ki.'i i 1 '?>.
Sehr ?' Il Seward, Tari, Nanean 1^ ?lav?, an?! <".rr?*n Torti?
Bay * daya. ?alta mistee m? J SJabaaaa ?e?*.?! t.. nn?ai?tr.
sdir (II Oandwla. llearn. Ja.'k?ani? ill.? l?i daya, ?ruh liua?
bel t?. W I? \? ti. clwti?ht I I ?. Van Hruat.
.-th. A W 11 ?in. Cnik, Jaekao?iv ?le :?' d.-va, e Itti lumber??
G liont?-r ? >...iia, soaaal t?. Alvah Miid?ett
nu. ttOVtttt i:n i - u -1 HAM
Mo?-tl.LK,Jnl.v 5?Arnved. ?bramer KUn.'pla rr?on New-Vortt
on h<i ?a. u? Olaajpaw.
AM KRKAN PORT**.
nri.AWAr.? IIrsiJIwatsb, July I .?.rrlwV ?tramer But??
Pint, u.fi.rnit, Jaly S \G-???'.????t?-< ??>< Stw -1
frein l?ona. l'iemai f:'..rii KicI.umnil.V :.-fru.ia tr.im ? harleatoa.
11 Ul in ?-(..?? i.e., ?r??
.i.er 11.:111,1a for I.iverpoi.l,
Il \? 11M? ?:;'' I '.!?' ?"? r
p. ? ; . ' '
rHAKLKst< ??. Jul) i -Arrived, staaaaar CMj ?
fruii Sea Varfc.
? AYA ?I \ ? I.. ' ?
New ? .,rk. Juni???? fi
? K?v > "... ?*???. Jnlv .". . . .1
? ..? ? ?lar foi n.?? ?ita k.
Il a? tv ?. In'? ". ??? Uri,
V: 1: t I RI ?. .In'iv fi ?ni. liner ? ?
New-Vork ? . .
Weak ! Cbcklli Racked? hy a
. itti In .-ire. |t 1- un , ,?
? sthma and * *
A PP1 ? G? .? . ? -
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arri? .1 ?f 1 ?
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Ksr-Kl.STYN t lludno?, V. ? July.\
lille IH' fenili
1! ? li l: ?1 Al
? ? -M IS1 ?'.III .
In?t.. al t*?.?. .? n-??. *.. ^ , < -,?.n? , . r ? 1.
PEKIIY ?t iaoiithpert, ? er. A
ul . ho
TOWSSESI) At Ray Rida?, II. 011 Tu?
.1 ni. '?. inni, Kiinani
I..W ne. 1 il. in lui . :??. .-ar.
I ? a ..11 I Ino *.ln?, tire Ttli m?t.. at 4 o'< ?.? k ? IO,
al? rr-t .'.'in:, li. . .' ri. e . Prt.? Hlrlire. I. I.
I PTOS ''|. Ih?? .1 mat., S ?? ??* " '??*- **aiab
1 ? t. li. di -e?'- r
l'ili), l.l. w le e t II .'lei?' MctlIlC 'i.e.a... WaaA
bury, N.J . "? tutti day, ??.?? Ttn ?.i?t.. ut 11 ???.,..?. m.
????'.?? uri l'ir.io Juli '.. ISSI, of pui'il'noui.s, ItabStt
\? ? o.r:,t, ni iti.? ??' tti ?. .?' "t IO?. W
Noti.?.? ..t fanerai )u ?
IVKI'.i.l' in I.'?elen, ?,^??-???. June 1 ?. lab? ItliaaoB
\? 11 -?!, ..G ??,.?,,p, ei ..In it? of Harra . -77
Fanerai aarrieeana I cteok ? in , froai Ems?
11, H'lie, t'hllft ?, Nl'Wle.lt) at . I
llelativi.- .imi Irli'Uda itre .,?? :U-U u? atioiid.
A. Ilen?li|iiiirn??? lei good, . . . vruW
practice. ?? ?. ??- i.-:;.e..i ? :,?? ?.. - t
and put..? ?..?? , ...
?U\ ,,??.,? ',?? UK. ?? ?I I .V fatlN,
III Olia? I. U *?|.ll|.a
In pomleri-rt form. Ilavwlj I ??- ?? t ?ar-!<*t-?-e.
lieliciiiuK, ?n imo .ment (iroecra sell thee.
rsssiir tn-J-"?;'? ? ???
?,? tn? ttaiiuu ??? < - ? ? ??? ?????. _ssaaa__a
ls',1 So. 1J Bible llena,?.
Henry A OttuicU. ?I I? ? . ate. uoar .
J l(, l.l .. r? I?. I nc I
Att. iili'ii I.i .?eitliiaaa.
.??.?,?, IM UOI ..?? ?
?'.,-? l?_?e Noli. e.
The foreU? malle foi
will cloa.? al Ih
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? ni,, t.,: l.iii ?
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ill .1, III., (??
tra ?arre , OD l'Ili IIMIAV, al li SO ani
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( fiel Incili: ile? G
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111" II IC '
vouiiirii ? u.o?! I" ?, ? i
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and at - o p. in., t.'i ?'
? I.UNO!' w, ?t 1 ? I? Ih. ' ?
? ?,,?. .h.a. ..?, ?? Il
,, ? ?. itimi? lor Hut P. . I???.? on 1 . r.t I . a it?.
The m All? torcili.? ???-? Mes ?? I ?>?
., m I he ma..a f.ii Jamaica, M... ? ?
oil Kill l"A\ at '?' :? ?!? ' '??
, ?,?.??..! sA i I itl'A t , al ha im ? . ? ? ?
. ... t????.als fur Asaltan* ?e*--?iaeejatF
w.i.ai I?B? ?- m.Ni.v .. MAMMA Pottasaaua
Vont ???ce. New-York. J ulv 2, I?U?