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NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1881.
PRICE FOUR CENTS
HIS CONDITION STILL IMPROVING.
STItONO ENOI'OIl TO ?KAR MOVINU-THK CAJITKT
TAUEN rito.M HIS BOOM AM> THK KOOM AlltK.D
Ht bum says ?? ?nu. ?aooraa.
G???????? Garfleld WM strong enough yes?
terday to warrant his remove from tho room
in which he ha? bM confined since he w?ih
shot, in order that ihe room might he thor?
oughly cleaned and ai < d. He WM in pood
spirits had a good apatite and parsed a con?
fortarne day. 1)>'. B?M slated to General
White, of Pennsylvania, his belief that the
President would get well.
RECOVERY CONItIiKNTLY ANTICIPATED.
DK. MM says TU MMDBR U ????? t? ?*G
WELL?A MOO? ok ICMTAimAL IMWtOVB
MKNT?CHANtiEH MADK IN 1119 HOOM.
(?Y TKLKOKAlll tO IHK IMMMUkl
Washinotov, July ???M How is the President
sVdiigr ssbil Gemami Hairy White, of Pmnmyl?
vania, this iMmmn, of Dr. liliss.
'? He ta doing nicely ar.d is going to get well," was
" May I send that word home f
* Yes; he is going to get well."
Dr. liliss'H opinion is that of almost everybody in
Washington to-night, and it is believed to he shared
by all the Hiirgeone in attendance, includiti? Dr.
Hamilton, although nome of them are perhaps less
free in expressing it. Tho history of the case for
the last forty-eight hours is a record of steady and
what the surgeons believe to he substantial improve?
ment? The eoueise and clear official bulletins is?
sued to-day have Inspired everybody with a higa
degree of confidence, and yet the slight rise
of pulse and temp?rature ?ted in the last bulletin
caused a mild ripple, of ex< ileinent, showing that
the solicitude in regard to tho President's ease con?
tinued uual ated, and that people are ready to take
alarm at the slightest unfavorable symptom. The
elitfht febrile rise this afternoon caused the surgeon
no anxiety, and Or. IMiss said this evening that it
subsided almost immediately after the dressing of
tho President's wound.
The removal of tho President to another
room this morning was accomplished with?
out exciting him in the slightest degree,
and he greatly etijeyed the change of seen.?.
WhUs he remaine;! in the front room the sick
room was thoroughly cleansed and disinfected.
Theihtokcarpet eras taken uu and removed from
the room and the floor left bar., except l'or some
stripe of carpet laid down for the attendants to walk
oadstandon. Tins?? pieces of cantei can betaken
??ut daily and cleaned. The hangings of the room
vere removed and in other respects it was mode
more pleasant and healthful. The President eras
moved had; this evening about ? o'clock.
The President's appetite has been better to-day.
and he has taken more nourishment than usual hu?
has received no solid food. He reels well and is
rapidly gaining strength. Al 10 o'clock this even
tag be was reported li be resting quietly and bis
attendants anticipated a I ivorabie night.
11:30 p. in.?The slight febrile rise which first be?
ca ne noticeable about S o'clock tins afternoon
ir toned n> maximum al the evening examination,
when the President's pulse stood at 104 and his
temperature at 100. Soon alter that time both
pube and temperature began Ui fall and ;'t
? lit- present hour the patient's fever has
?early disappeared, and he is resting quietly. No
reason ta assigned by the attending physicians for
Ihe reappearance of the febrile symptoms after an
interval f more than thirty-six hours of normal
tempi rature. Thecircumstance,however, canees no
?articularuueasineses, isoe t be fever has almoel sub?
sided, and slight fever in tin? evening has beai a
feature of the President's case every day iixoept yea?
tenia] for two weeks. The patieul was moved back
to hta own room aoout s o'clock this afternoon.
Executivi Mansion, July L'S?s a. m.?The
President rested wi II liming ? he, night, and no riuor
or [curile dieturbauce has occurred since the bulle?
tta of yesterday evening. This morning the im?
provement of his general condition is distinctly
perceptible. He appears refreshed oy hi- night's
r t, end expresses himself cheerfully as to his ixm?
onion. Pul:???, 02 ; temperature. Be. I : respiration,
18. I". II. II DtlLTOK.
D. W. Busa.
J. K. Paiu-.i s.
J. J. Woodward.
Kobkri ?? vi.tus.
12.30 p. m.?The Presidenl bore the dressing of
his wound this morning with less fatigue than h i th?
en o. it appears well, and is.?i*< liargiugsutUciently.
Bhortly afterward his bed was rolled into an adjoin?
lug room, while that occupied till ? iw is being
thoroughly cleaned and put in order. His pulse ?
now t)4; temperature, 0?.? ; respiration, 18.
\>. \V. BU88.
J, K. Barnes.
J. J. \\ OODWABD.
F. 11. H.Y.MU.ToN.
7 p. av?The Presidenl has passed s plea-ant day,
and baa taken hisnourishnu nt with apparente?
His temperatole continued normal until about d
?? h?? h. when a moderate efterno*n rise occurred,
which, however, gives the pat eaf but ntigbl dis
beenfert, and cans???; no anxiety. At preseut his
nuise is loi; temperature, lot?..'.: respiration, 20.
F. H. Hamilton.
d. \v. Bui i,
J. K. Barker.
J. J, Woodward,
SECRETARY Hi.A im;'?' DISPATCH.
Va*iiivui'o\, July 28.?The following was sent
by Beeretary Blaine to-night :
W?shdtotox, July 88?
Lowru. Minister, London.
This arteruoon and svenimi the President he
mm marcane la pu?n? and temperature, bal sot -ai
lieu m te ereah on the pari or tus physicians.
?? 11 o'clock ?e u reeling very unii i ?y.
CABINET OFFICERS THREATENED.
DISMISSAL 09 A (UH DShtAJfDKB ?ASSASSINATION
THF. altk.knaiivi?:-DAMOSUU1 lKo.M Tin: DM?
rmthw ok omcMBniMi
luv Taiaaena ?? nu wusuai ,i
Wauumutuw, July 2*._u is anderatood that
?pea she shooting of the Presidenl several magslmrs
of the Cahiaat have received tarante ling letters
fama persons who are evidently Imbued with the
Velini that the (Jovernnient owes them a living and
that where importunities have, failed threats may
ementad? These lati rs have not created any feeling
af alena or excitement and the recipiente of them
haveaaldaalittleaapomnblo regarding them; imt,
?in oae Oahtnet olii er remarked to a TitiiiiNi: corra*
bjiondciit to daj : "8w h letters are annoying.M
Onamamharof the Cabinet in his mall las) Sun?
day morning fanod I letter which in suh
?taneewaaas foUowai "You ratals la your Depart?
ment that-. This is to warn fO ? that unless
he is dismissed hefore Augnai U 1881, you Will In
shot down tho fust chance. Unless yon remove
him hefore the let day of August, good bjf ! for
"VM mean business."
There were certain etrcumetaneoa connected with
this letter which a;):!ea-e I to render it poatlble that
the v. nter at?ght be dl severed, and steps hai 11?.( D
taken in that di:?, ctieii. If is anderatood that sus?
picion pashm strongly toa man who was for aererai
yenre employed In the Department in queetion In
one of the Bouthero Btatee. He Anally lost his
alaos in the publie sei ? loe and baa bean trying for
some time to secure a reinal ttament. It is said that
he nearly succeeded before il was diaoovered that
ha wan untmat worthy and unworthy of appoint?
inont, and it appears that t lu; fact of his unsvorthi
? wa3 Biade known tiirough an mvae*
Wgattoii made by the officer who must
1? iiiuv.d gasala Aaguat, ls^i, as
the erice ?>; the personal safety of the head of
the Department. 'This individual ht now in Wash?
ington, atid, as bi fore mi iti Mied, eiroumatanoi
ceutly discoven??! strongly indie.ito thai he is the
'horof tho threatening letter. Whether eanV
OSSnt evhhaaee will be found to warrant his arrest is
Still uueertain. Of course, such threats make no
atrious impression upon the afanen against, whom
they are made. In thw very case the Cabinet otlicer
Who received the letter is reported to have said :
"If the luau should be found and arrested. I should
not feel that I could go into conrt and Hwear that
his tbreata placed me in fear of bodily harm, for I
do not think that me? who mako auch
din?.-it s ever curry them out. It ie
very IIHjlVlMUl. however, to know that
there are hi the community persons who feel toward
you M the writer of that lette* does toward me."
There is, however, a certaiu element of danger in
the feeling which engenders Ruch threats. There
are men in Washington who have heen vainly striv?
ing for months?some of them for years?to secure
(?nverament employment. Some of tlieso pcrnons
have families and are in destitute cireumstenees.
They do not appear to think that they can do any
Uiing except Government work, and they ???
thoroughly possessed '?v the belief that the Goren*
Bent owes them ft living, and that they are untief?
inga grievous wrong became it h H?t bestwed
upon them. Bam o of thneo prmpln are quite as dea?
?emte and almost as unprincipled as Gultaaui nnd
long brood! Ugover imaginary wrong! has undoubt?
edly weakened their moral restraints.
Said a Cabinet officer to-day: "T have often
thought, and ?omettine? Mid. that our Civil Service
is as liad as it could possibly be j bnt I begin to
think that threat? of assassination a? a means of se?
curing publie employment are worse even than the
annoyances and perplexities caused by the importu?
nities of politicians."
THF- INDUCTION BALANCE.
??G?1????18 ADVANCING FAVORABLY?A TRIAL
ON A LI VI NT, SUBJECT lTUNISIIlNO BAlttVAO?
I it ? Tivt.iioiiAPti t? ma TRintrvK.I
Washington, July 28.?Professor Ball end Pro?
fi MOr Tant?t have been continuing their experi?
menta with the induction balance with promising
It has been discovered that contiguity of the
secondary to the primary coil is not adyantageona
and the present form of the instrument which ??ves
the heat ramiti hai a primary coil of eonieal form,
the secondary coil being al the apex, while the lia.se
isscveral inches in diameter. Sunday experiments
were made upon a living mhjeet carrying a bullet In
his body. The position of the bullet was ascertained
by three different peraonsi the result being the Mine
in each trial, bnt the sounds were so indiati net
that they were not deemed mffleient ?<> war
ranl smuri?.;!! operation? had euch been desired.
Experiment? with more rapid Interrnotionaof the
primary circuit have aim been in progress, with in
creasiuglj favorable results.
For this purpose a wheel, having metallic alter?
anting with Inmlating portion? upon its
surface, has been del iaed, the connection
being made by a win brush, win. h
presses the surface of the wheeL This whe 1
is driven by a small elect ro-uioior, and it? rapidity
can he ganged exactly for the purpose of noting the
rate of speed which gives tin? best result, ? battery
of grvol ? lectro-motive force ha* been procured, the
cells being ?bout eighteen In? bes in depth, with
a otrcumfereuce nearly eqnal to a balf-bushel
measure. It has been ascertained thai the increase
of electric?] power both as to quantity and Inten?
sity give? Increased power of detection at adie?
ta . bui to what extent the batteri powormay
he men used witij advantage ? < \? t unknon d.
Mi. Waits, it Baltimore, who has lini.-lied
an instrument made in accordance with plan' : m^
vested by Professor Bell, telegraphs that lie can
detect the position of a bn let al distance of three
Inches, This would teem to make linai luccesa
reasonably certain. _
Till: FUND FOB MRS, QABFIELD.
The following additional aubecriptiona to the
fund for the hen, lit of I lie family of President Gar?
tieid ware received up to ? p. m. yeaterdaj :
.? nuns BttUajsrten . ^?.(mk)
,?.?'. Drouluord, Nu dn Ule,Tenu. i??o
Cauli, I!. W. . 50
P. N. Wicker, Key We t. Fla . 50
The i:ev. RoawuU i>. Hitchcock. D.i). ?:>
Paid for a live turtle sent by A, BeiTy, West YttT?
Mrs. 10. N. Merrlam and daughter, Ogdens
berg, ?, Y. . 10
tV. W. eteam, Piiilud.'lpliin. 1
O.T., l'Itila.ielp?iia . 1
Tot al. *?>.'-'?! 7
Previously acknowledged. 147 188
iSuiu total.??! ?-..'.;..
???????? DIVORCE IN BROOKLYN.
The record? of the Sapremo Court in Brook?
\\-\i show that the wonld*oe ? aaaala of Um Pn
Charles J. Qulteao, was divorced fron bla wife in that
city m is74. The nut was begun In 1878 by Mix. Annie
?, who alleged infidelitj on tbe part of Um boa
band wlUi a woman in New-York. Gultean and his wife
were married In Chicago Julj :;, I860, by the Rev. \y. a.
Bartlett, subsequently pastor of the Bun Place Congre
gattonai Cbureh in Brooklyn. ?? aalt tt;h referred to
L. C. Fuller, who took evidence In Jsnnsry, 1874. The
chief witneaa waa ciara Jennings, on whoa evidence the
? . m established. It Ut believed that Oultesn fur?
nished ihis wltuuss. vm h< put In no defeat e In the cane,
ami ?ras iv Itm ??' inni" h. Judge Pratt eonflnued the
report ol the referee, a'i<l granted Ihe divorce The
Judgment roll wss filed April 11. Isti. Bubsenuentlj
the divorced wife wss s elcrh In the Treaaurj Depuri
ment, and now she la the wife of Theodore ?untuaore, of
BouMer, Colorado, t.. whom ihe mu married In ?
(,????-a ? never paid her any alimony. At ibe time "? the
divorce be was u member of Calvary Usptlst Churoh in
THE FIRE RECOUD.
BUD-DINGS DESTROYED AT sac: HARBOR,
? tire which occurred at :; a. m. y< iterday
morning at Sag Harbor, L. I., consumed Uiestores oceu
ptodeyJohn w Edwards, ctothlag; William L Cook,
fimey good? and itatloneryi Arthur Ludlow, liquor;
Elisa King, drj roods, ?.u and ahoes? Jsmea A. Her?
rlM,eonfeetloueryj Mm Mill r, fanoj goods; t?...
Bsbuock, cigars und tobacco; Phebe A. Pordham, eon
lootlonery: nnd Mrs. <'. r. Ifennlgar, millinery, ? !>??>
11 S.O'X?; insurance 917,000. t?,, cause oj
II.?? lire is niiknow n.
DESTROYED BY INCENDIARIES.
Trenton, N. J., Julj 28.?Four iocendinry
Urea occurred at New-Hope, Peon?, above Uda city, .?
:i o'clock thla morning. The Union Milla Pajier Man
atoetnring Company, belonging to Trenton capitalists,
??. ? fi ?? to Hi.? extent of 85,000, Two barna be
ru lin.mi Bearborough, with their ooutente, ?
bam belonging to John Menee, and 01,000 worth of
lumber belonging to li. 8olllday wore destroyed. The
Urea were Um work of laceudiaries,
sill]? BURNED AT SEA
Bam Francisco, July 28.?The British ship
Oriflamme, from London for this port, baa been burnt at
?ea m latitude ? 12f south, longitude 02? 42' west The
crew bas arrived at IVilmtugton on tho Italian bark 8t
Andrea. Ko ? articulara have been received.
? POTTER? FACTORY DAMAGED.
A loss of 81(0011 vraj eonaed last evening by
l ti:?.? at w.vUi. a >. ami pi -m t., Brooklyn. The Remes
broke ont m tas pottery and porcelain manufactory of
Julius PeetHlcSjOn th.? Brsl Door. Hla loss was 8300.
The Campbell PrinUng Prese Company oeeupled the
second Boor and owned the bnlldlna, a four-?tory brick
atrneture. The damage to It amounted to 8700.
BLIGHT l.o-^s ?t PBOVIDBMCB, ic. I.
PrOVLDSXCB, R, I., July 28, ? lire here thil
afternoon deatroyed ihe aatttbllahment of Pookbam,
Ralph A Co., on Indbvat Loaa, 81,500 ; msured for 81,200
m tne Niagara Company.
MU. BOOM WA 1.11, ir s A ( a.i'TAMji:.
Toi.r.no, Ohio, July 28.?GeneraJ J, B. Bteed
tn.iii, ? h.ormau of tin: aoBugittee appointed b] Um
Democratic Stata Convention to in <. in .!. \v. Book
walb rol bui aomln .t ??>? f..? ? lovernor, has received that
genUeman's reply. Mr. BookwaUer, after ackaowledg?
in?,* the honor ami deprecating id* nufltneaa to follow the
great Madera who ? lav? preceded him, saya ha hope? for
from the Inhere it and peralatent fon e of Demo
matta prtnetpl? waaAtteasalaadfldelityu merrdefenee
anifornal] exhibited by Um Demooratk party of Ohio
Re heartily oououra ?? the aphit and latter oi Uwpbvt
form. He considers that the Legislature would t?? ?? be
to the dictation ol corporations und
monopolice Intrenched m wealth, as against the masses
ol the people, partiealarly the agrieuUural and met bant?
oui eludes, whtoh have only numerical power without
concentration or organisation, v.'uii regard to the
resolution against mare ?umptuery bsglslatl. Mr.
Bookwaltei ?aya he doea not understand that II
Impili. hosUUty lo rational and piitelua) measurea tot
la. ai.a;< airi,? ot any evils with ? lue h loolet ? Is attln I il.
The preservation of aoeuJ order, and the restraint nnd
oontroi of elements of danger to the community which
cannot be whollj removed, are properly within tuesoop><
ol ? ?ii^titutinnul leglalaUou. The dcelurstloui ol ? be
;if ipiestlonand on tba .'?lationaof
capital and l.ihor meet nui he in. \.| rovai
IH MOCH?IS i: Hl \-i dJ?IO VI'.
Tom do, Ohio, July 2S.?A co... , | . of
I kaUing DcuuairaU ^? vuriou? jDauftut th? il -'? ? ?
held here to-day. The obicftatua came to the city from
the different acetions with high hopee of groat resulte.
It Ih understood, however, that, after an Interchange of
views they arrived at the eoneloaton that they have little
or no chanuo of carrying the State.
MORDER IN MASSACHUSETTS.
Springfield, Masa., July 28.?A murder
committed on Tuesday in Wllbraham, near tho Mouaon
line, was ?Uncovered last night. Tuesday forenoon Reu?
ben H. Oadwell, age ?eveuty-three, a town pauper who
win living with Cyme Day. of Moneen, StSltnd with
Morris Monihun, a StltftlOSS fellow employed by Day, to
drivoacow to a pasture )uet beyond the line In Wilbra
hiun. Soon after Monlhan returned home and said
that Cadvvell lind gOBS olf in another Uiructiou. On
Wednesday evening two men paesin? through tlio
pasture found Cadwcll's dead body lylup under a fence.
The side? of his face and head were badly bruised, and
his throat bore the nvwke of asevere choking. Medical
? ? aminci? Hoi brook, of fat me:, tield au autopsy today and
found that, the skull had been fractured back of the right
ear, but. that death had resulted from choking. Cad'vell's
throat had been en severely compressed that the wind?
pipe was torn and shapeless. The body was badlv de?
composed, and it Wit? buried to-day. Monihun made 00
attempt to escape, and he was arrested this morning and
taken to the Palmer lock-up. Ho denlos all knowledge
of the murder.
SUPPOSED MUBDX& OF ??1SII0P SMITH.
Chicago, July 28.?A epccial to The 'limen
from Han PraudSOO says:
News hits betti rc.ec.lvod here that Hishop Philip
Klingen Kurlth, at onetime of high standing and In?
umine in the Mormon Church, ami the. exposer of? the
Mountain Meadow Msssowo mid e participant therein,
ts dead, ills body was found in a prospect hole la
Honora, Mexico, under circi ? installera Indicatine murder.
Bishop stmitti hos died as he e ? pee led. After eon?, ictiu?
John I>. Lbs of the Mountain Meadow Massacre, lie
Bald : "I know the Ghana will kill me sooner or later?
il Is only a question of time." After returning from the
trial, by order of the Church bla wife left him. anil ho
Started Booth end lived in Arizona. In that Territory
two attempts were mads to kill him.
FANCIES OF ? ?G INSAXE MAX.
TbOT, N. Y., July 28.? ? special dispatch
from Wattehall In relation to Patrick MeLeea, who at?
tempted to enter the Capitol with a gun, says: McLean
Is well known as an ece.ent.ric character. He was re?
cently employed as a blacksmith in the sheas of the
New-York and Lake ('louiiplain Transportation Com?
pany el Whitehall and is undoubtedly insane, lie lefl
Whitehall one day thin week, m lie said, "to seek the
sunken ? re.? uree of Captain ? ud?. * McLean, who ?? a
hard drinker, bus been beard to say, " We have too many
Governor?." I!?? his several documents fromthePen?
sion (? Ilice and claims tb? British < io\ 01 tune lit owes Inai
?15,000, and tin? l nil?? ? Sut?? Government 113,000.
KILLED FOB ? BLOW DE DID SOT 8XBIMX.
DkVYIB, Col., July 28.?A special to Tkt
BejMtnKeoa from Poncho Spring* says ?
mi Tuesday nigh! s ars broke out In the Bank of
Poncho Hpriuira. Cltlseus bural In and subdued the
names. J. 1*. True, owuer of the bank, arrived on tho
scene tUHt after the flames had been extlngulabcd, and
ordered thepoopli outoi lbs building, H" then pro
cured a revoivei aud accused MaJ n Randolph far ? unter,
?? Lead vil le, of starting the fire? Both men became
greatly excited, and the City Mara?ad ?truck them botk
wltharevuh ???. Prue, auppo?alng thai Carpenter st rook
tbeblow, tin d, ratally wounding oiia. ?? us "iw si ? estad?
bo ? ii are well know ? business men.
MEXICAN FA MI Uh ? MASSACRED.
DntVEB, Col.i July 28.?A Sante IV special
dispatch dated yesterday, says:
a party of oldlen arrived i..?t nt ,-ht from Port stan
ton and reported Hint a dispatch was received from
Me ealero Ageucyjuataatbey left the fort slating that
tboae Indian , or a large number of them, ?rere hi am.s
and ihai M ou Isella and Baa. ninnila, chlefe, bad left
tl? ngcuoj and niaaaacmd two Mexican tat? I
In Tuiari -.? ? snoa. So official Information bas m ya?
been in t Ived ut the district headquarters.
ACCUSED OF BOSSE ? ? ? ? / /.v.;.
????, ?. Y., July B8.?? ajaagtsfsn bua boati
ereated In West Troy over ih? arresi M Alona? Eddy.
ills character for many yean bao been tapi of a good
and peai cable ? iii. ? ?. ? Uly i? sooased <<f i reallag two
boraeaanda ? from ? itoi ?, Peno, He ciabas
io Pe tb? iravelUug ageul ol .1 li. traodali ? ? .e, ,,r
? ?. ? Township, I wie County. N. Y., a furniture arm.
and ?ay* that in . ? ; : ?? alleged stolon propi : ty m
hoi.? ? ' v. bauge nu an alture.
P088E BEATEN OFF BY oil l ?W8,
IfnrNKAPOLia, Minn., July 28.?A special
dispatch to Th? /.'<? msag Journet fren Lake City aays ?
a gentleman Joel arrived from tbe Bau Osile Woods
gtvos the Information thai e party headed bj Bherid
Duoli iti e came upon the Williame brothera y< u.rdaj
't i.< iircd upon bj the latter, and the -henil and two
others were Killed. Tin outlaws escaped.
THE OPTBALMOLOGIC \L SO( ????.
NewporT) K. I. July 28.?Toe American
Optbaunolo leali clety adjourned thU s .oon after
electing tin following oftlosrsi Pr?sident, Dr. il. D.
Nic.es. of New York; rioe-preald nt,Dr. W.P. Norris. of
Philadelphia.tarj and treasurer, I)r. Blchard H.
li.ro>,. e Bostou ; Committee on Publication, Or, I.. I??
Lot la. and Dr. D. B. Bt. John R
FATAL BON An l? ACCIDENT.
Bxadiko, Perm., Julj 28. -While William
?. 11? Park aud bis fstntly wem onl ndlnc this ercnlng
their lia 11 o. .am.? frightened al a lieu: which ran oui
a? them, and rau away, breaking the carriage Int
Mr. Do Turk wat Instanti) killed, nia wife and
wu wen -ei-Min |j injured, and Mrs. n. H. llall, blasbi
1er, ws ? sen relj Injun d.
; tTAL BOILER EXPLOSION.
San Pi .\n<is< o, July 'JH.?? dispatch thli
morning from Napu statei that on the farm of W.T.
about als miles north of thai place, tbe holler attached to
the nnglui of a tbreablug machine exploded, lus taut ly
killing wi!il Crowe, lb orge l'latt and ltobertDavis. II.
QUlam Wi s eUghtly injured.
FBAQ VENTS OF WESTERN KB WS,
ma di ty t? kilt, a oovrbtvob.
Minm \mii-, Minn., .Inly 28.?Thomas M.
Ooodale. u eontraetor, who haa ahowu algns of ih inentln
and declared il ?rua bla mission to kill Governor Plue?
bnry, waa taken Into euatodj roaterday and aeut to the
?st ime at Bt. Peter's for treatment.
'Ill I VitM Y U oioi I ? t NUI A\'A.
\vauasii, iu,iM July 28.?The ravagei ?>f the
safety worin la thiacouuty sre beoowlng alari Oue
?G??? oi nata wbioh would probably have vii ?ed ?,uno
11 a-?., ? haa been alniosl wholly destroyed bj Lbla pest.
Considerable apprehension is felt by the farmers in this
BU1CIDB HI?' ? MELANCHOLY MAN.
Circlevillk, Ohio, July 28. Joaepli Pickle,
a ? Uto do laro.it, living in Hooking Count v, conn mied
Biilolde Tuesday morning by entirety severing tbe
?aupbagua \\,??? u amali penknife, He had ?pella ol
mein m ?frni.v lately, in eouaequeuee ol which tu was
oloaely watched by members ol tbe tamil?.. ai tbe time
be committed the aol aowasoaugbt n> bla brothel bul
by tbe exertion ol abuoal superbutuan atreugtli ? tbi
part oi the suicide he was enabled to accompli ti b ?
in; \ ??;? ? oon n t: \ it r m s kam ??:. *
G????. \. i...hiu an. .ira. William ?. Watson.
irlfeofBur.u.(?ennral Vvataon, died (suddenly ol dlaeaaeol
the beait III Ihm ? ?? \ ?? ? ? 'y.
A ' m ? 11.li KILLKD AT ATI \\ ??.
ATLANTA, Oa.. July '-'s. .lanes Recti, a privai e .if
Batti ?.? ? iv .ai. united Htulea Artillery, was ilnovwi turni a
Wagon, run ever mi.I kill, d yentet lay.
BTTROLARV tT ??? VMOUTH. PBKIT.
WiLKEHBARRR, Penn., Jnly 28. Tin? house ol J.
Aun ? ni-, ? on, at Ptyiiioui ?, wasenterud by borKlaraat an ? irly
leim thl? uiomlutTi rtioycurried awaywiUi them SSHIO in
money and ???? j? ?? :? ?,
ill inn.? in t??:? ? ??8??.
Cl ' INNATI, .lu!?. 28, ? iliapati ii from S ; h 11
report?t! nstlouof James (loodmaulo tbo eaatern
partol oues Luuuty, renn., and the am ui W.W. Bea on
suspteion ol perpi trattng lb? masdur,
? ? ? 1MEB * IHOKJt ON l'i IM Ist, \NIi.
Providenck. U. I...?ois 28,?The steamer Tona
wanda, hi ne toi Phil? Ipnl i, wtut ? ? ri on Plui ? lai ? I,
? e, m ii tines mir ai 10:30 o'clock las) 1.1? ai. Bbe
wat probably hum? ?,.? dlaeharse.
? \ I VI, 1'. la, FROM in ?. ? ? ? ? .masi?.
\isi;vvi:i> Ha\ ?:\. Ma. ., .Ini, 27. Captain Bo
lu\. I?, ..I lie? -??,,?,??, ?: p, ? v .... ... . , |, ?,,?, | ?? (top for Phlll.I
pnla, reporta that John Howard, torti two vean old, ?? tea.
pian, ol Frankford, P< ui., foil truin tb matumaal :? .t.t to tin?
nul, reoetvlng Injorti s rom wiu.it be ahortly uiu-r iilcd.
?. ' '?' "' ' ? '?.' ' I) ?. SU 'N A ItAllN.
W< ?.? ? ari ;:. ?.? . .? .. ara Julia Plood.v
waa . ??: ? - . . ??.? i? ?.. ,t ... ,:. ?am ,r Mlobael Mnlleaa
?jU'tltni ??,? ?. . i.ol li..aie. ,uni ??mjiiclous o? foul
??mil ?.ihn.? ? imi inveh??., ,.???.,?? aliowa Ih.?!? hei
? It ? :.:, . ?iu.,ej o,y oi^o?aio. hlio louve? * huabaud unti ars
? e l'j.e^.
TIDINGS FROM ABROAD.
AYOOB KHAN VICTORIOUS.
HE DEFEATS THE AFGHAN AMEER AFTER A FIERCE
BATTLE?umi) UASBOUn CHURCIHLL ASSAILS
THE Ni:W IRISH LAND HILL.
Ayoob Khan has routed the Afghan Ameer's
forces. The country is again in disorder, ami
the British Government feels much concerned
in regard to it. Lord Randolph Churchill is
about to move a resolution denouncing the
Land bill. M. Ghsmbettav. naiwapnpen bitterly
?snail the French Ministry. The Anglo-French
correspondence regarding Tripoli has been pub?
THE AFGHAN AMEBB ROUTED.
???.????????.? AUAIN IN ???????.
London, July _S.?Tho Viceroy of India tele
graphs that tho Ameer of Afghanistan has been
totally detentad at Karezi-Atta. All his bagga-go
and eighteen gana were taken. A Khelat regiment
and his Candahar borne deserted to Ayoob Khan.
Thereupon the reinainder of the Ameer'? troop? fled,
leaving their guim und baggage on the held. Tlic
Ameer's General tied toward Cabul. Hirdar Hham
euddin is utili at Candahar with 100 Cabtilis and
In the House of Common? to-night, Mr. Gladstone,
replying to sir stalloni rforthrjoto, rend a lelegia-i
eouiirniing the report of the defeat of the Ameer, lie
stated that there waa an Anglo-Indian force in the
neighborhood of Candahar.
77?<? Oloosleama thai a?rions troubles have arisen
Inconaeqnenee of the defeat of the Ameer, ami that
the Indian Government is greatly concerned at the
gravity ol the situation.
Abdnrrahmaa, the afghan Ameer who has been
routed, Ik th? oldest lineal descendant of the celebrated
Dost Mahomed. Be was pasead la power Ihiongh Hrit
iah agonay la June, Issi?, und pledged himself not to
hold relations with any power t \c< jit Qtoat Britain,
Ayoob ghan, who has oooquerod the Ameer, has keen
bin open foe from the outset, ami might bave overt brown
hliu last year bad not Usuerai Roberts raised the liege
of Candahar and oompolled him to retreal to Herat.
win-re be organized the army with which he has routed
the Ameer's forcee.
LAND BILL SKIKMISIUNU.
LpmxHf, Jnry 28.?Io the House of Commons yes?
terday Lord BanJolph Churchill (Conservative)
gave notice of his intention to more on tho third
reading of the Land bill a r?solution to the effect
thai the bill, being ilt<? result of revolutionary agi*
tattoo, encourages the repudiation of contraete, in
opposed to Indi Idnal liberty, is calculated to di
miuiah the security of property and prosperity in Ire?
land, and to entlang? r her union with Croat Britain.
It launders! od thai the notice waa giren without
consultation with the Conservative leadoi . and
Iheir vriabra, H [a believed that if the reao*
luti, a l?pp at d to a division the reguhur opposition
will abstain from rating?
The Blandura s.?va :
"The resolution deserves to take high rank among the
m ?- ? ' '< cc? .? ;.. ? .? . ? .a ? and uolitb il ? ckh
? hi re la noi ? ?lugl ? ai romeni in II ? favor.
Tin? London correspondent of ?h, M?n?kmter
it in understood thai the Msrauls of Lanadowne (Lib?
rili earr) m the House ot i.or.w the amendment
mosci hi Lord Edmund Pits-Maurice, which
Jret?-.i in ih.? Mouse ... c. annum, p ?trit ting Ihe beuetll
ol I : ." ? . ? ? valued tit ?Um>. it li stated,
however, thai Mr. (Hailstone Usi received noi to give
way on the point, It I? probable thai the Uovernmenl
will eeoopl the inodtflca?onn of Mr, Meueage'a (Liberal)
amendment exempting estati in .? ?gedon the English
tyatoni from some "t the more sti igeul provhdoua ol
The < rmmittee reporl on the Land bill 1?? tngagain
In consideration, Mr. Parnell moved an addition to
elan?) ?"?:>. providing that whenever, within six
Munit b ? aii< ? the passage ol the bill, an action fot
debt ? ? bronghl or ih naa-8_ag against a bernant before
er alter an application t<> III Judit itti rent, tit < ?ourl
should huvo power to rtaj sale, nu <r any wrll of
execution, ol ? tenancy until the termination >.t the
proceedings on the application,
Th?? Government ut nted lo the amendment,
which ?.> ??? carried by a \ ote <?? 20? to 7U.
The committee reporl was fiuished and Us third
read) tg waa axed lor Kriday.
THE PRENCE MINISTRY AA8AILED.
Pari ?, .iul.\ ?_'>.-//,< Rep?blica? and other papara
continue their attaek on the Uovernmenl for hasten?
ing the date of the elections. It is pointed onl that
tin Government w.n onlj aavedfr. defeat in the
division on the order of the daj In the Ohainber of
Deputies on Tuesday bj their own votes und the
votes of titos.? functionaries who are dependent upon
them. M. Gam betta'e newspapers are prominent in
censuring the Ministry. The Bepublupu fVescoisa
:.I illy inquires for their programme. I.< l'uri*.
M. Gambetta'? now organ, makes ? bit tei attack on
M. Barth?l?my 8t. Hilaire, the Foreign Minister,
for conferring the dignity of Commander of the Le?
gion of 11...???? on the German banker, M. Bleiehro? j
der, who acted as the Prussian financial agent dur?
ing the war. If declares that M. Bleichroder ad- |
vised exorbitant terms of indemnity for th.? war, l
and thai Ite waa a blackleg
It is stated that lo the approaching election? M. |
G unbi ta will stand for both tho districts into which ?
Belleville i- now divided, I. is expected Liuti be
win advocate, oar ranis home policy, a reduci loo
of the taxi ion artlclei "i co iimption which press
? -, .o the woi ?.??. : eia ? a and meo ol
? r. form.
London, duly 28.?The Paris correspondent of
;/.. /ii." ? say? :
? . m:? ?..in for hastening thi dsto ot the
, :, ctlon? isiiiai Uei r.the ? renebI 'oiuui inder
III '? ' i. -ill a confidential report to Parti to the
cfl>et tbat a ?erioiiH umurrectlau inigbl be expected to
break <??' In Bepli tuber. A great ? Bori wt uld then bave
lobi inaile alni a formidablearmj enl to Africa, Per?
ii n?. the mobilization of the ?rim would even be mees?
lary. In ?bort. It would be needful totali? rapid and de?
ci ?vc t.-|. . which might ??? iu u urn ? ???? lb?
doctors. Tin* report, of oourse,made the Govern nient
alter the date or the elections, us U In Bepteiul
eoiit.li". Is eunfroul. I wltb a tcrloiu tfrloun campaign
Ihe election' uiighl ? ertoti Ij eomproiiileed, and a lor
uildable, argument afforded t?? the opposition.
THE FRANCO-AFBICAM TROUBLES,
ALAKM AT TUNIS ???? U ?:???.a?a ? ? >\s.
Pai 18, July 28.?A telegram received here from
Tania announces thai ?,??? Araba Itavi advance.?
to Badenes, nix kilometre? from Goletta, Pou
European? and three Arabs have been mur?
dered on the road to Tunis. 'Hier.? is great excite
?,..ut. The Bay has ordered the removal of the
brid a of boata between Goletta and Badens?. ?
d.iai liment of French troops la makiug a recon?
Dais ?nee. At later telegram saya that the Araba
have ?.h the vicinity of Tunis, but the greatosi
anxiety still prevailed concerning the safety of
European? In the Interior. Crowds of fugitive?
came troni the direction whore the Arabs wi re
.seen. ? lie ?Yy placed a'l:ii.iy 00 the KM I loading
to Goletta. Al Bfax the Preneb are only maaton of
the ground they stand on. It la unaafe to venture
outside ? he g it? .
Th - correspondence bi tween England and Prance
relating to affair? in Tripoli has been issued. Ita
pnrpoi ? la as toll ?wet
A Uspatcb from Lord QranvWc, Foreign Minister, to
Lent Lyon?, AnibuMHtlor to France, on the lotti lust.,
Hti ? ?. lhat, In view of tho unipieettoned lneor|ioratl.?
? [poll m ni.? Turi ?-it umpire it? well ??? Its proximity to
?, irpi, ?, ? Mule h ? Governine .? ooulil uol regard lu
terfi-renee ol whatever description on the part ol l?roneo
In LTlpolllnthi ame manner as _ej vk wi io? urrenees
' Lord Lyons having aid lbe sui.siane.? of the above dis?
patch before M. Uarf.helemj 8t Ullalre, thi French ? ot
eigu M.under, wa u lureiluj blm thai Franco rei ?? a
ilndlspu ilyu ?a I il the Ottoni in Buipire,
ami thai so.? had nolnteul >m what* ver ulti or ol luv? I
mg It or attemptiuM to iwtabllsh suj exclusive or pre
domi ;. i.i ludiioiioi in that . .ninny?
?. ?. re uon iranet ?. which bad b p rtddr ned to the
I'orie. h. ?id, bad been wild snd friendly, and bad not
been ma I. .unii Kranoe ini I verj good reiwou to believe
that TariTnh ouiUMUirles from Tripoli bod becu stirrlug
up. lui ,???. nth .o lu runis. The Porto had boen warned id
tn.? danger which musi ensue if a ttre was Ugh ted m
rrlpoll \. in. ?i should ?pread to Tunis, and It ha?, been
assured that If. contrary to her hope.I wi bes, ri
wasdilveu to militari meaauies, s tie would take UeieuH
Ivenieoam aonly, and freuehtroops would not cross
the front lor ol ?TrlpoU, The greuoh Mlm ter d?elurod
ii.at it would ...? a real und icreat sorrow to mm 11 auj
thiugahoul : oecm o w. aken tin? <?^.?*?^ ami oordlai uu?
dei lauding bet ,???? France end England in regard to
t?? 'eorraspondenee eoneiudea with a dispatch from
1.,.1-tl ?ii..n\ lie to Lord Duffsrlu. AmOiiMsudor at i^m
Mionuuuolo. iuaUucUttiC him U? advise tho forts to e_?u-.
ssaajesaaVUV?aaas.^ not elr?l* 0?iU*" ot rlaue,b,e
London, July 28.-The Purin corranoadcrit
of T he Standard saya that a dispatch from Alexandria,
Egypt, announce* that the Vr- neh Catin?io BUhop of
Massua and four missionarie*, who were on a tour of In?
spection of tho Catholic missionary atutiou* in A by?
amia, were captured by native*, who pillaged and
burned a chnroh mid mission house, mimed tbe prisonere
of their clothe* aud sent them into the interior.
THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC.
?????, July 28,-The Secretary of the
Treasury will lea*? hero to-morrow for Vera Cruz. Tbe
taejlsiaeara si laaaaalepas have author i rod a sssnassay
to work feas coal mine at Mi"r. The ofiiehil Joui nal naja
that 500 Italiane will leave Liorna. Italy, next month
foi 'Veracruz, to establish a colony. Their expense* are
tobe paid by the Mexican Government. A diRtu.hi.neo
Ooenrredat l,uni.ianaa*. Nuevo Loon, net we?:n the Custom
House orneara und the inhabitant*.
Lx Presidenti Dkm departed reaterday for Jalapa, ac
eompanled by the Prasldaait of lbs ini pa sad Vera Crue
Railroad Company aud einer Keutlemeu iutercetod in
The Steamer City of Washington, which lOBTSSTstB
Crna to-day, will touch at Tuxpau to load mercbandiee
fer Meas Teak.
OnOAOO, July '28.-A special dispatch to The Time*
Irom the City of Mexico stye :
The Government has information that unauthorised
persons in tbe United ? tot?* and Kiierlnml are endeavor?
ing to form ? syndicate to readjust the National '.lent
bold in England. The sebean? te a private speea'attooL
and it repudiated by the President and tae Secretary of
Co Tieaeauy. Mob >dv has been aathortsed to m-do-, any
arrangement The queatton win he eonatdered bv the
Goveniment at any early tlav through affidai delegate*,
wuen satisfactory arrandeineede will he mede.
AN OLD DISPUTE KETTi.KR
Washington, July 2S.?Sonor Carre?, Cksff?
d'Affaires of the Alternine Repudile, has rceeiv*l from
the Minister of Foreign A?BBBB, under dat? of IPicnos
Ayr?m, July 27, the following dispatch hj iv! ttiou ta the
Ion*; disputed boundary question bet ween ih:.t rt public !
and Chili :
the treaty aas been signed with CkflL wKh the/rood
ofaeasof the Dnltod stH.es Miniatore in botta <.nt
Ottawa. July 2&?11 ??^ probable that tanto
rafts of sipuire tinilsM, repreaeiitinc over $200,000, will
Ito aback la taeOtaaws Bin r sad it? tributari - tale ssan
saerowtug to tow water... i>r. Tares. Deputy Mtalstrr
of Agriculture,stntea positively thai there is n<? cattle
dl*aaac In the Dominion which is mentioned la Un
lidi order la Council regardinj us tic Importation.
Toa >Mi>.out.,.ii... aa. ... .?t otters to row Bea>
Bier for $1.000 a aide ou too Saratoga i ihn. lai
m;.y be made for .our weeks hence.
omi.i.A,Ont., .lui;.? 28??The soni raes spianata \v,?<-,
of LesneviUe,and Jake Qaudaaa. o, ?ni,is. four sattes
with a turn, terfOOO, was won to-day by Oaadana. Tune.
?t. Joans,V. v.., July -?. TM heavy aal long eeav
tinned ralas ara a sortoas Impedlmeat to tenaasa seal
threatens to do great daasssja to the bar erosa sraehef
Which ?..id .tlrcie'y been cut, waiting lo be cure 1.
""""tt?. ????t* Tft Tli 111 s haTS arsa eeeoaaafl heavy I
rains la the aortaweet in the vletaaty ef Battleiord and |
Edmonton, which accounts for the surft I 1 wator in
the atreaina and the Hooding of away locatiti ?.
Mnimtg 11. Inly ffl I latsja aambsr af the heads sf
the v, hoi. h ile and 111 ano fact l.riiiir linns of ?hi- ,-.i\ pfa>
pose to send a large repreaentaf ion ?? M< streal buoaasas
men mi a visit to Manitoba and the Vutiiv. ?t to open
ti uu t 1 re.
Wrrneoa, out.. July 99.?Dr. Creata, the atetortosn
< hleegeonach doetor, was amatad al Bslhs Btver, OsA,
yeaterdai bj Sberid Mm? o' Booue County, 111., for tas
morder by poisoning of i>..u:ci Scott, ot'thut ooanty,
snout s year age,
Nvivvtr, Ont., July 28 I MB of the "ii,L'nii)t
laborera recently employed ea the Mapanare, Taaawerth
and Quebec Railway, stmek to day '<>? IB taasb .? af
.f l Sfl whli ?i the r ? ... .?.? .1 ???? on tinti ?? ri
The contractor refusine; to iceedoto mir demaad the
ii \ ii ? ax. July 28.?A botti? ? mtsaabag s atto of sasaer
OB which the following bad been wi itteii with ? Bt Bl i!
was picked ii]> it ?: ntlag Point,Bear Hal ? Barbe
' County, laat Sunday : H Ship Bdgar aprnaj it
Hfteenl Ii daj from Pariabc . .
lott?ice. <H w h ? In tin bos ?' pro
\i-b'iiM :,inl water. Loarit4ide 40?wi ? li ideatami
:. ? i'? Dotty.?? The Bdgar la a Yarmouth ship and
. from I'.ii i-iioro 1.0.1 moni h.
lie steamer Caledonia aailed nene,, t? day for London
via Ibmton fiho carriea over ti.OOO ce aed lob?
ster, valued ;?? ai ?,???.
MovTBBAL, ,????? 28.? A neiiipawr'haetra 1 formsd for
the porpoee of ruuBing etoaaaers between this stty sad
Doluta,Minn. Threeeteaaters will eaawtttnts tnettne
this aeaaoB, aadatoes wtB fee added ? ?vt year.
Mr?.. M'Ki man. 1 Idowo the late Thomas McKiernan,
oi 'his . It v, !.. - ' . il l.i ri .m oi eatablia led a? 01.f Ihr????
boira to Ibe . <( ?*? ilm J ?I fel,500,u ?:, ? Ulte
l'i ?. r 11.e;,,'me. ut <,tn l'i ne :-.?<>, who eiiilftrated ? >m
Mont p ii m 1 "'_'. :i poor man. *li-. ? ?
aas Mr. Dimobue'a m.-:..?-, -ever bi .: 1 ? hrotner
until lu(|Ulriea were m i ou ? ol Or ?.h b< n ?.
la itlv ideal amoug a brother and 1 . all of whom
s ore poor.
Lost "s. Tbnrsdi
A violent shock of earthquake oocan '.
Auatrian Croati?,al 111 tnornlag.
The Hun rartan ? 1 ' bosT tad
Karaveloff, a 111 he lib? rated 0 ? o
1, .un 11. i!ln 1 e Soph 1
In lbs caae of " Clarke a : ?
to-day moved tho Cour) fora new trial. Adeclaioaoa
, ,,..-i v. ?- |i"-i ????:.? I until Monday neaS.
Correapondlagse< ? ' itn? neetiont I U :
(dedicai ' ? opeas
. ? \ u nominated In several ell to? abroad.
? 1 ; ? , .u' N'ev V?. k; Uu
1 lelpulu, and Emi
TBE DTNA ??!E MACHINA -'.
iii'.nisii BRPRI ' ' : ? 1 n?'.? - 1 STOM H008B Df?
?.t 11:11 a
I..>Nt>.i\. .Inly -^.?? statement is published
In re to da) to the <
m it?? te Mr. Lowell, tbe United I ? latti
to tbe infernal mach ? *d flota Boston te Ut?
VheQlobe says tint sir wo;? ? ? the Hoi ?
...?., n-.t tbe drat warning oonccmlug the In?
f? rn.il uui bines Gp?? Di
s. 1 hjN< ? ni: ???? ???????*.
?7??????t?>?, Jalj 2?. Secretar) A'ind
.. Bommuaieatli ? to the Cettoetoi ?
homi,,n and Ni a ? ? t. In trtu da 1 Us
deavortoaace tain tho name of tl, of tbe In?
fernal machines. The Beeretarj fas l sfaomv
venation to-day,aald that while 11 aia) Ite In ?
Cor the Collectors t?> ascertain directly theaaasaol t.;?
person, he hopes al insti Mr als?a?ver a chwr watoh assy
id ? to the detcettoa ol the geulty eaea
The text of the li Iti r Wlut h Seen ti.i'.v WUSdOSS M at to
the ? \iilectori) of Customs si Kaw-York and Boston Isas
The departmsnl has been Informed thai tb
ab.? 1 rroni rour port, in tbe atei? -
loth ult.. ton barrel* or cement, which up m tbe arrival
oi the Mc.iiu-'iip m Liverpool ?> re luuud Lo ?
chine* chargea with nttro-glyoer?n und ?" r con
pounds of a dangeiOiul) exploeivc nature. ? :hi>- or
. r iti ai 11 ; bai left Uoaton fi 1
.? luce ine l'eeineini: oi June, laden aa ? acritoed, ?? a arc
r, ein-ned to eoe mit autln*) be nade ???
B?ippi in who (resented the ni mit? Blaol tl'ta pa ? "1 the
cai o. 11^1 required hv BecUon 4,*M0 ol
Ht at ut ea. rbodtth t'iii> aubj? el has noi .. ?. ?
, o ??? n i, c. ii 1- .i rime of - ? ? ? ?
ter that all legal mear* abould be uaed to discover the
uifciidcre and aold iba 1 roaponalblo tor euch peualUea
un the statutes may prescribe.
Bostom, Jul) tt.?A reporter ef ras R*assffsr ? Bai
to-daj apea Deputj ? all >cu.r tlsa aad Qenaral Bwtit,
who stated that, satwipatlag inatrnetiona frumWBea?
.? ? m. ther ''ad overhauled tbe de
hm found 1 sal it s as Impossible, by the keen cot
of the manifests, sito ir to have d< I
ready pe pet rated, orto prevent any future alteen
.Siieu dopemla on the vlstUaue? oi the a i-ute, )
1 cu tUey may be dw eivc I. i'h?
aa-o active!) on the alert, and doing all lu thoir power to
di .; the inai? 101 - ol tbe juaajunea
HD.il PRICES FOB FINS \ Al ?I ,
Pabo, KjrH Jolj 2b.?The annaal
DamlitoadtVao tete*sbortboeaewas ?. fatths
arm of B. i\ Vanmetar. Taw sale was well attea led by
theahortbora breedi reef the United Btatee,Canada and
?. Among the famlltos oaTered for sale werotae
ccdebratedl.ol - in*, the weU-known Joaeobinc,
Voiin?? l'hvll'.s and Youna >hir..>. I'be .
were of the Mary Boat ?uuily? PtfteeaBose o? E
at era a? d Bl,5UO "?"> . ? _
,.,,,,,. ? . iharona,
flvoJoaeplUui V??uui .Mary.?, t u. loungl'hyl
p..., H ; uno leiualca brought
live males, f 1,780._ _m
;;/??;/ (/. .' ' MADISOR BOLD
(m:\m.k. Va., July 28.?Mootpelier, ;'
DMT heme sad burial-place of PresMon! atadleea? area
aatUto-daj atpubll.? auetiou G?? 8-O.00O toColonelJ.
L. L.i.iUiilu?.vi Uic KaabS) ??<- ?otcl, Uii.liiuv..d.
THE RAILT?OAD WAR MOKE BITTER DAILY.
CHANCE'" IN ??1 aggfj IggtJ OK CONTFXDiKU G?????
?AVTlCrrATED ACTION OP TUE BOSTON ????
tlsSSjBJl LIVE LN FREIGHTS??????? STILL
In the battle between the railroads there hav?
been recently pome imjwrlant and int<T"?ti. ?
changes in the position* of the contendine: forces.
The actior of th-> C-ntr.i' V-nnonl an.l Grand
Trunk Railroads in announcing, lato Wednesday
afternoon, a general reduction in rates on West?
bound freight from IWon to Cl.^ago. seriously
threatens the existence of the trunk line poet, The
ne?.-,? ichodnlc of rati s. ?draga was aajBaaa_aanl at tho
Ih'i-to.-i oflic. .if Mm (Jraiid Trunk Wednes.Uy, is a
reduction of move thau .?><> par cent from th?
regular f.ulii. IlaHBI rates are as follows:
? m Ina-alaaa, :c> cents., kanadand aaaaaia anaasasl ot
75 cents; ees or.d-cla.Ke, _G. e. ai of ??
nanga ; IfciiaVrJana, gej ,? a^Bngsnad <?f M anneal and
on fonrth-cm** and six-cml, \r, aantB instead of 40
cent?. The act uniamo int >f th;- reduction is some?
what laaa than _asaa Ignea? Bensa for the reason
that under ix?s?ng agm-ments the Grand Trank
wiw allowed a dijere dial rate on account of its
Tue announcement of thi- redaction created no
littl? excitement m renamed circle?, r.o: only in Bos
Urn, bo* also in this Cty. It was not known her?
yesterday afternoon whether the I?osUvi und Albi.ny
Railroad had aakna any ghnja towanl retaliation;
but it was sshnntaad ?aaeanary ay ans-anal men that
then? am? aa other as w f t that eomi>any than t*
meet the radas ani nasse, Little doubt ? as expressed.
that sha -anata? and eJhaaay vreenl a_aaMBsni
? nimilar reduction in West-hoaml redan to-ilar.
This will be Belle ?od hya en. -al reduction in rat??
from tliisril ? 1?. ; il tu-trini I;??, ?e fact, acme
of the lines wer?? ? ?paring yanhwday to mak. l<.*er
Itwasju ? on. ..,1 ? that the Eaai
ecwfretg-ft agenta of the tumi, lit m _?>
aionsrFtak'a odaoe and ivalPruw i resol '. ck
U_ej had adapted at ? anaating ene panadean) week,
Inthaaaeaaolatlai ih anaaaUoa ens'.?, twisted that
Wcst-nonnd _ndgjbJ raes ahasxU '< aaaintaahud anali
the tmnk lino pool earatunod. to the interval l??
tweeu the t wo me, ling* the eo ?
to the ? >1 coumitvgoner th? ir outstanding tiin?
conn. e resolutions wfie reaffirmed oi
-iom r had sts the cxtraaa
ol ? lie.? contraete was ? ; nudici?ntly Isrge to
? lake a ?. duetion in the pr?s ut toril)
? ?? ?, how. ver, t tin? .?*
meeting goods lu?vi bon shipped by e.? at least at
the fast freigbl ????eso:, ti. r. ., bun?
dled pounds :.? r..tl to < ..lo.tdway*
agent gem-ra'h sai I I ob
? ? ? ?
rat? were lirm y. rterday. ? p nk
" ? ..? the ... pnlai . hat
Wet i-'ioimd rates era ???. Wall un ? "??t.
Tlnre ;.r? :i good many eii <u&
na. -???<? tin r lartu ay
While so-.' ? be ; rnnb lini
taken .'????I- .it a "'???
the : ' moid ami Grand I ruiik i
are ta dal al ?? ? ? 1. ???! ? - Is
ij s ater 1" New-1 ondes
The Grand Trank is not a member ol iln- tn. ?a
Cred by 11 ? diflV reotint . .v.< it
? don-s. h the Kew-Kugl%nd puoi, wl
wa? formed alt* r that u
In rates ?... \\". - .?< r business the
atrnggle betwi-en ? :.-_?
\ Ioli ? ? yes! ?rdav. The <? bei r
( ?...?? with the reductio
boob bj tlie Pennsyh ?
were ,? the lowest |* ml ??. . bavi yet
bul there was no indicaUon limi tin? next change
would not be to a Still lowei Bg
" I think," remarked a railroad - Ah ? ;
main sxeitcmoni ? >' the
ti?? ti .ml. linee t ? ;'. V -
be nmb sad
excitement that ? Tuesday s.td
r|c:.i.i o." the Pennsylvania IV.ad sai:':
?' \\. ,i.i\e not made a redo ?
?d?ng al ;: ai we did la?i
namely. < bi<
>r.? 7.'?. a
'."h?? It?-lui :. :?? a:"l Oaio !
during Ihe < ' ?
("ni ago, bot at 5 ?
duc< d Ihe prie? 50 eeuts. '? be '
both f .It!.????' lb? rai ? c-ir'.\ in
arsi tira ? In the history of ti
b? Pei ii'\ I I M4
ti? :. w h?t 'i*al
bad m ..? at the ?
th?? ivi,? . atjL
Car?!. .i wer? ?:?-? ? ^^ >
the \V. -i n-s folio
and |m ni > ?
and ." .
. .? ? : m s. ,i ' fs<i that
! ll ? ..
afternoon .-.? the ; m aey
? : ..
Ci? ini 8, C, Ji
....??.. M IS
..? n ?'. - :? c
. ,m.1 the < ' v'
ihe ?.. '
Pao vi pi kce, R. I., July 28.
laud. BefoM '
tb ? rail ?
Cog ? Bafl
Tbc hes ? w???
i , 1 ? ?. ?
? W tBJU
s i-i..-? I-onia,
? l ?
tue ni- nL.
i'\ SbV-Tin , 4 ih<? Vexed
baro* inforni neheol bava _n ?tbrirrs
maosgi intnt pre* rred agata
of mat immutimi. Ih? Biajaiity ? I inltted by
r-,1 id, Jobneon and ?? ? - Hioua^dson
? .:t mm. te TI*?
rit\ ti?; .ut, b, M .* ?
de ???-. Il.llr?ta.
^lii? utber asaasbeti >>l_n* no- lier i\??. -