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NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1881.
PRICE FOUR CENTS
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
APPKKHENSIONS GBEATLT BKUEVED.
Till: PIISK ANT? Tl'.MPK.UATUKK OK THE PBK.MIDKNT
yi SI'KIIDAY MICH I.OWKR than on tiik phe
vuiis day?oran ivkUToau raoounaeorat
BIT TIIK LUNG TROLBLE STIIX CAI'SING SOME
The condition of tin* President yesterday
abowed decided laaproviintent, the pulsi? and
temperature both being much lower than on
tin- previous day. The womim!, if is not
doabtedj ia healing finely, and other sympt?me
gre favorable. The trouble with the righi lung
farniahea the only canee for anxiety. Dr. Bliss
i.> positive thai no abaoeai baa formed In the
lang? Tuo members <>l Ihe Cabinet saw tla*
President yeeterday, and were snrpriaed to
finii bin looking so well. The patient aaluted
0 aentine] on duty at the Prancklyn Cottage.
Tin: MOST RECENT DEVELOPMENT.
io..- on roa ??t axuxvixa m t?? thxobt or a?
inerme ? tul ?.??; -rax patii ni's rxoxmt
GAIN Or VI TALI G Y TO 8TAND HIM IN QOOD 8TKAD
?FAVOKABLB SYMPTOMS \ ? ? : :. 1 ) Bl CABINET
GITICI 'I! ??SALUTING ? S' MIMI..
lint ii:i.ia;i: uai G? un: ? MXUKB.I
Long Bkaxch, Sept. 12.?Here ?it the seashore,
whir?? the music ol in?? suri is constantly filling
every oar, ;"<? where the ?1 Isuro momenta of aojourn
ers are spent in gasioR away over the waves, all
bxagary is borrowed from the ocean. The Presi
deafeease is comparable toa bather in the rising
tide. Now he la ?:> ?li- trough and anon riding high
ninni an blooming billow, hnt with the passage >>f
everj wave ht la swept a little further toward solid
footing, and with its subsidence he finde
himself not quite so mar the bob?
ti.m a? before. Hiere was as little aenae
m the panie ol last night ?which to the great sur?
pris?.? of the beat Informe ! persona found its way iiitr?
tin; mnrntag papere?aa there waa In the over elation
01 tliis nioruinjc, eaaaed by ilio morning bulletin and
the first reports Item flu* atei room.
The President bad no relaps?? yesterday. As cx
plaiued in'I'm: Tiuiicn" diapatchee a development
h li.il been la progroM culminated last night,
and yeetarday it was discovered i??r ? certainty,
a, hat bad only Leen a suspicion before, thai the
postulent character ol the mucous discharge
frmii the throat had its origin la 1 in; lower
part of the lung and waa an mdependent develop?
; , and not as waa nt Brat preeumed a result ol the
parotid swelling, Tbe suspicion of this thing had
latterly been a strong one, and tbe step from sus?
picion to certainty was .short, but it enabled the
pbymeiana to apeak with inoro deflniteneM ola
symptom which had for several days been a eauaa
of anxiety. To newoomera their oxplanationa and
r? aarka seemed to be descriptivo of a new and ter?
The President slept moro continuously last nicht
than any night etnee he was wounded. In tho
uii,'!it hie lung trouble apparently culminated, and
? : b the return of daylight its symptoms wen? found
Is be h'ss deeided and threatening We have eo
Ioni; bees dealing with feather-weights and hair?
breadths iti describing iho varying phases ol the
G?? aideat*? Illness, thai a point has been reached
when accepted medicai torma aro not sufficiently
Minute in their signification fully to serve the pur
-, ? s lor which ordinarily they would anawer. Up?
on the question whether an abeesM has or has not
I i in the, lunga, eren the doe
ten disagree. If tb? term "abseoM" be
? ratood to f- i ?<t? i *">' a sack or swelling
of definita dze and shape, filled with matter which
i? seel , ,? Kit, then are reason* to believe thai it
is ms pplied in the present cas,?. The effects of
? , U been ? aperieuoed in this case,
atnl the country ?veil rememben the dread with
which the announcement o?" rigors," "nausee '' and
"vomiting" was received aa the precursore! prob?
able fatality. Moreover, to soppose an abacosa ;?>
the usual a??., ptation ol the '-im. i- t" supp ? ?? thai
Integument exists beneath which matter
is in ?????? ol form ition, and which
oonfinea it. In the present development
there haa lic-n neither nausea, vomiting,
nor rigors; tbei > has been no sudden bunting and
??? sMivedischarge, aa woi d bave been the oaee
b h, culmination ol an ab ces. bul on the con
?. r*aeon tant and graduili j acreaeing discbarge,
? hich, in faot, bas ??\ < a ? he ? iti, ut muoh annov
. owing to feebleness, ho was anebl? t,,
iw it oil' a,s eea?j as waa desirabli. The
's condition rei '. Nobody
ks otherwise, and ili statemonti oi a favorable
I'-ti-i are made with r?serv?t lona There has,
bowevi r, been a steady gain absee !.?? ; Long
Branch. White the lume affection waa culminating,
improvement was Constantin other organa. The
? ii'penetrates the wound only nine Inches,
while fai the waahiagoul the amount <>r earboliaed
water which eafBeea to fill it i-> ten each tune thau.on
t: < !.. 'previous waehfng. Tbia method ol measure
? ? : baa abown a gradnal narrowing o 1 tbe channel,
l i> tin? Inanition ol the eat I eter is believed to show
a deerease in the length of the ehannel. The paro?
tid swelling la practically h< aid. Only one Incision
remains open and from that a very littl?? pua now
? lee, Tbe openings into the throat and ear have
l^aie I. ? be stomach ? oatinm s obedient. Quinine
haa been given to eradicate possibh malaria and
eriy as a tenie, the fever by its obstinaey
flMaloeingthe fa, t thai It wa noto, malarial ori?
gin. Stimolante ? amali qnautitiea Lavo been ad
?? ?? is ? ?--.? recently, it being deemed desirable to
afford temporar] strength to the patient to enable
him to throw off mon easily such deposita as re?
tailed a muscular effort In their ?-j, ction. The lung
ail??,timi has by no means ceased to give
?"anxiety. Other similar developments may
occur, if the theory that it ia a symptom of sotni
? . ni' chronic blood poiaouingbt correct, ?'? ,
lnav iiiim in other organs, andl a\ be fatal. I'hi
< ?noes are, however, on the side of recovery. Ji is
believed thai the Pn ? ?leu! i, ? .,. , ,. .: ,?,',? ;? ???
?,1? rali? store of vitality, aud can now meet and
vanquish enemies which a woeh ago would have
been too strong for ' ?
" One ol ih?? chief res "ii- for my hope," said (?,?
onel Rockwell this evening, "is thoconlidenoe
of the President himself, tie has never for ?
m ????????? spoken or appi an ? like a man m bo believed
Li was mimi to die,'
e Poetuiaster-Oeneral aud the Secretary of tin?
Navy ol/ii at different times thii forenoon and
? ? sxpressed him? it as agreeably surprised l?y
I President's appearance, Hisgn ? >>? the bands
of his visit?n waa mu h urani? and heartier than
tin?, expected aud hi ? [uiriea reaurdlng the
,,| tin-u departmeuts showed the norma]
??? .in?--,, ? ?u- Intellect. ? rallini on the topi ? the
lorticooal ideol ins window was remove*! to-Uay
I ire him an un ibstructed view ol ? h?' ocean. ?
paciug li- beai on the edg i?i be bluff
Mserl earnest ly up toward the sick room window as
M pas.,l and was bouored by a militar} ;
?ruin m, baud ol I Lent.
TUB SYMPTOMS Vl.i:v FAVORABLE.
ktCRRAaXD I'll- I AN', ?. till, ii ;:. OX. BUM
.-.\?s t??? DAXOXX ii lili. rORMATIOX ol?' A
'? ,\ :i v ox rax ? ? ????? ra? ?a??? rnx
in, ini mi.s:-.s ?.\! ?. .? >i ii ? un?: WOUXD
?.,?.?., ?, ??< a, (f, J.. Bept, 13, !>:.;"> ? ?? -To?
daj m been favorable throughout and the Presi?
dantfai gaia acnneemeed io bo on th<? road tore
eovory. Mach sur pri?e and ooMmenl is oocaeioned
by i)m end den iltuiuatinii oi t'.<? i : tbe
? Ib le be ?? cm ? ted. it the
Wsatbei affecta bim In any ilciiroo, this certainly
haa been a good day? ae the air has been pure and
tetspaiaUteiy dry, aeeording to the atatasnenbi ol
the atifii?lin< t,iu ?mu?s, the j-nl <? fail IromllOat
noon fo too at the ereniag dreaaing, and thetem?
P*rat,u ,, ,,:?,;, to PS.?i in the Bveninfc
Ihowixg that than waa enroporatirely no fern at
The ?<,.),! BOW? fpHn the nick room has L:m1 an en
?teatbag antes, and to^aight the attendants ami
*' ?? I aiurgeous luf in good rpirita and feel en?
?ouiageo, wLii? but twangy-lmni hoars *& ther
WOTS depressed and exceedingly apprehensive.
After tbe evening bulletin was issued Dr. Bliss said
that the Pr?sidant was decidedly better und that ho
had expressed himself as feeling improved ou nov?
erai occasions. The doctor is very positivo in his
statements tO-nigh1 that all danger of the formation
of a pus cavity on the light lung hnvo passed away,
and thai he has reason to believe that the cause of
the diiliHss indicitcl in the lower portion of the
orejan is under control. "At least," said he, "it is
no worse and I think it better to-night." Were it
a formation of an abscess, the doctor maintains, it
would necessarily canas the temperature to run up,
whereas it has fallen since noon.
The din tor say.s that Dr. AgttCWWas in perfect ac?
cord with him ? entertaining thai opinion. When
asi.?'.] to whit he attributed the dulness manifested
by the lungs in the soundings which have occurred
daily, the doctor took the same ground that he .lid
last night, holding that il was caused hy the wound
or track of the bullet, that it was a limited lobular
Inflammation, and that ii would In? overcome by the
President's vitality, lie was very emphatic in his
statements to-night that there were no indications
of an abscess, ?uni siale.1 thai lie believed now that
th,? lang affection has not assumed ?my greater pro
l>ortlona since the patient has been here, aud
tliai it had been noticed more than three weeks ago,
Referring to the glandular complication the doo
toraaid: "Thai la practically well; there is still a
very small opening m the last incision, hut it Is f t
tingalong very satisfactorily Indeed, and the swel?
ling has entirely subsided. The cough la improved
and the patient now expectorates without being BO
noyod With the baching he recently experienced.
He has coughed very little to-day ami each rime
raised a considerable quantity of mucus. The sputa
was of a good character and had nothing about it
to Indicate mi abscess.*' Dr. Bliss attributes the
whole trouble in tins connection to the secretion of
mucus from the parotid, which gradually worked
down the throat, causing inflammation and result?
ing in a desire on the par! of the patient to throw it
off, whleh waa being successfully aocompUshed,
The doctor said that there had been some dotili! in
his mind until this morning as to whether or not
the track of the Itali was thoroughly healed, not?
withstanding the Indications that it had. "Til ?
morning, .however," said he, "I became satisfied,
upon insertine; a neiv and much smaller cleansing
catheter, that the hall had become thoroughly en
cvsted, and thai granulation had been the means of
closing the wound from the h.ill to within nine
inches of the surface?the distance to which the
catheter penetrated without any extreme effort on
" How much do you think has healed, then, Doc?
"About thr.e and a half inches. The catheter
came in contact with an apparently solid substance
when it had penetrated nine inches, and I became
sati ?icd. after investigation, thai it had healed sol?
idly, and thai it was no artificial matter which was
stopping the catheter."
The doctor said he wa-i still giving th.? patient
milk punch every three or four hours, into which In?
put three tablespoonsful of pur.? brandy. Quinine
has also been administed in decreased quantities.
The do.;,.r did not think that the febrile rise to?
night, if it appears at all, a ill be severe.
Dr. Agnew, to-night, said thai the evening imi
let m was s favorable one, and that be could not say
more than was contained in it it be should talk un
Dr. Boynton adheres !?> ih" opinion thai the lung
complication is tbe result oi blood poisoning. Vet
be couteuds that the President's vitality is suffi?
ciently strong to overcome ani serious reniti
it, provided im furl ier complication o1 s ^ ? : ? ? ? ? .? ? r
character occurs. Messrs. Swaim and Rockwell are
encouraged bythe favorable Indications and niv
the day has and ? Utcdly been ,i good ?lie.
Colonel Koi kwell said that the Presidi ?m ?s i nj ,n
not alraid ni death ?mu? that hi has uo more idea of
dying ili.m any of ns who tire enjoying good in tlth.
li the Presulcul sbottili Is uear ?? oath s door mid in
full possession of his faeultii . his great Intel
would enable him to comprehend the fuel and he
WOllld not hesitate lo give ?tin- notice |u ('imi?
Dr. Hamilton arrived to-night to relieve Dr. Ag?
new, who will go to Philaui Iphia bj a muruiug
At 10:30 p. m. the Prosideut waa sleeping quietly,
and, in the opinions of Drs. Hamilton s u \ ?.
there was even prospect for s favorable night.
There had been do indieationi ol a febrile rl
? i.i 1'ic- ident's temperai ire and respiration were
normal. Ills pulse had uo! been taken. In the
course of the day be has Iski p nourishment freely,
and there bos been no further annoyance from in
When Secretary Hunt call.?.! op th.? Presiden! to?
day be informed him that there.was no business In
his department requiring the President's ?utenti ?.
It has lieen the custom of the President to refer to
the Secretary in various nautical terms and after
shaking the hand <>t the Prosideul to-day the Si ?
tary, ooiuting toward the ocean, remarked:
"Weil, Mr. President, 1 see you havo to retreat to
" Y.s," -aiii the President, " there ii is, and isn't
it beautiful I '
There have been no Indications of Interns! alunit
the President's quarters to-day, beyond the fact
thai be expressed a wish ?In? nuirning thai he would
sunn be able to sii m bis reclining cbairaud look out
upon the ocean.
The wound is In excellent condition; the path nl
expresses himself as feeling better, and no further
developments have oceurred in the vicinity of the
righi lung. 1 lie latter complication) however,
DotwlthMtaudiug the favorable day the pa?
tient has passed, and the Supposition that
the difficulties which the Inflammation
of the lung might occasion have been surmounted
and are under control, remains a serious obstacle
and will necessarily cause grave apprehensions for
at hast several days to come. This faci la acknow?
ledged by Doctors Aguow and Hamilton.
Li BKBON, s.pt. 12, ? a. m.?The President passed
an unusually pood night, his sleep being uninter?
rupted, except occasionally to enable him to take
limiti hineilt. The suppuration from the parotid
gland hat almos! entirely ceased, aud the opening
from which the pus discharged is rapidly healing.
Th.? cough is less, and the expectoration mat. riully
diminished. Tbe temperatun isU8.4, the puis.? luit
aud the respiration It*. D. Mavis Aunkw.
D. YV. Buns.
0 p. in.?- The President has experienced since the
Issuance of the morning bulletin further ameliora?
tion of aymptoms. He has been able to take an
ample amount oi food without discomfort, ami has
hai several refreshing naps. \t the noon examina?
tion the temperai ure was90.2, pulse 106, respire lion
20. ?? 5:30p. in the temperature was 08.0, pulse
loo, respiration lb. D. \V. B?as.
D. Hayxs Aonxw.
SECRETARY BLAINE TO MINISTER LOWELL.
I..,Mi BRANCH, Sept. 12.?Secretary lilaine, sent
the f .I ?ovvino at halt past 3 o'clock this afternoon:
?..,?'? I I!, l/i'nv.'r/?. I mut'.a.
Tue President siepi weil last alght, and bin condition
t,.,i.,\ Is more comfortable and morn favorable. During
m ? for a short time Dr. Agnew or Dr, Hamilton
?.? , .m. i daily report. i.i.a? ??., Seoretary,
Th? following was -cut to-night:
I., i'.v ici, Uiniaier, /,? ntton :
? tbe alisenee of Mr. Binine, tho attending phj I ana
quested uie t?? Inform you id tin Prestili ? ' non?
iL'.i.Hi. l?e lias during til? ii I ?ili ? situici ut food
wnii relish, ?nul bas enjoyed at Interrala refreshing
IDs around ami tin? Incision? made by the sur?
geon? al: look better. The parotid gland lew ceased sup?
puration and i,>:i? be eonsid red ?>s substantially . n.
i?. ?-. ,? lutin .i.i mon than bla usual cheerfulness of
li;, temperature and respiration ars non noi
nasi, and in? puts,? la le ut frequent and Brmerthanst
Die *.e hour last even.a.- Noi vvil lisian, un- Ih. se
favorablea.vuiptosas,thecoudltiou ol the lowerpn tof
the righi lang will oontlnue to io a source of auxleij for
laya t'? o una _ _ MaoVbaoh.
???????? MASON AND ?.?????G.
uh: sui.nu '; BEUKVBD G? i! a\ ?. ???.??? s ? ?- ? ??;??;
? ?.'.? a spia ins ?? i.v..a:.:iy ? ?????OV Uli:
LAWYKRS PUB ULTlLAt;'3 K.C.Vl'K l'llUM l'l'X
|81 ii'.i roitvi it t?. no tkii?'nk.!
W.viiiMiinv, Bept. 12 ?The attempt of Sergeant
Maaon, One of the soldiers detailed to guard .1 iui
tcaii'sceil, to avenge tlie President hy asaisalnatlng
lie? prisoner, has createti little ckcitcmcnt her.?, as
it is evident on an examination of the eUroum
stances thai the BOldlei must, have heen SUfiering at
the timo from sonic inculai disi iiihaiice. EVOI since
th?? shooting ol tin? Pr?sidant the eity papers have
printed scores oi lettili to QulteM containing all
kiuda o? threat?!. Uomo of than were Intended to
be in a primly facet ione vein, anil treated his
hanging; burning or disembowelling as a rare joke,
li is not unlikely that Mason's mind may have
become affected by this very questionable litera?
ture, ami that be may have grown to believe it to
lie his personal mission to rid the world of tho
WOuld-be assassin. At all events his talk since tho
shooting tends to strongtben that view,
it Uialso stated, apparently on good authority,
thai Mason has been Buffering from malarial fever,
and has taken huge gnantitiee of quinine) and it la
thought bis mind may have been unnoted by the
excessive us,? of this drug.
Thai it was the deed of a desperate man, with a
resolution bul half formed, is shown in the careless
and unmethodical manner in which tini shot was
tired, lie did not ?ee (?uiteau at all. hut tired ar
tho si??! where lie lluuight his victim might he
standing. Then is a good deal of apathy in regard
to the whole transaction, and there does not m em
to in? much likelihood thai Mason will be brought
to nial al all, either befara a civil or a military
tribunal, (?uiteau meantime will in? removed to a
new cell, the location of which will be kept a pro?
found secret even from the guards.
Jonathan ' '>. Bigelow, a lawyer of this oltv, called
in?,,n the District-Attorney this afternoon, claim?
ing to have been selected by Mason ae bis counsel,
and asked the District Attorney to claim the
?,??; ?nor from the military authorities, as it was
Ma on'a wish f,> be tried in a civil court. Colonel
Cori.hill declined to do this at pTOSent, and the
lawri ? expressed his intention to swear out a Avar
rant himself ?or Mason's arrest. Mr. Bigelow says
that in bis opinion the prisoner is insano on this
subject, He further states thai when the news ol
Gultcau's eri;!:,? Are* reached Mason ho was sen in.'
in Te as, and at thai time expressed his Intention
of killing him
M.i-mi is said to have served ereditahly in the
late v,ar. If the matter is tal.eu ui> by tho civil
authorities the fiwt proceedings will be before tbe
polii,? court iinihi a charge ol assault and battei ?
w ih intent to kill. TI.stieme penalt) for the
oflence ia eighl years' imprisonment al hard lab or,
In the event ol conviction b\ s civil tribunal
Mason \sili be promptly dismissed from the army.
It tried by court martial the charge will probably
in? diaobediem ? ,?? orden.
One ?? in, results ,,r the removal of the Presi?
dent from this city to Long Branch would seem to
be a complication ol the legal question Involved in
settling tbe degrei ??! ilntteau's criminality in ease
of thi death ol tb? former. Some of the la wyen of
the District of Columbia have been looking into
tbe question, and many ee ca -?r,? cited where the
mortal stroke bavlug been given In one county or
State aud death bovina ensued In another connty
or Btate, the courts of neither county or tttate
had jurisdiction. One of these decisions relates
to ? case when? one Linton made an assault in
Virginia, hut his victim dui noi ni?? until he had
been nmoved to Ohio, In a Mississippi case, tbe
Sinn- th. Ktougbton, the ihath occurred in another
count ? simply, In a New-Jersey case, tbe State vs.
Carter, the mortal stroke was given in New-York
while th?? death onsned In Nee Jersey, The oom
?p?? law under wbicb all these decisions wen ha,?
is the l.i w whii i, preval?a m the I ?, 11., t t,, day ; and
il is diflicull to see hoe an except ion could be made
in liuiteau'acaae aoastomaki hincase punishablu
witb death or even imprisonment 11 the President
,i. ae ay from W aahiugtou.
WHAT GEN. SHCRMAN SAYS ABOUT MASON.
(lenirai \V. T. Sherman started for Wash?
ington yesterday morning. Wien a ted about it;??
attempt u> kill unit? an he suiti ? imi t in? la m would take
Us course In Sergeant John Mason's oom tbe eami M U
te? Ii,? ? Bred ? a any ? e II? ie; ? p?; , iti? ??. p?? stati ? that
u, as hi,me ni ih.? paperi bave claimed, then has been
tuik ??? : ? re .lei.oi? .1 t?, guard G liteau In re
. ?:.. rotiti ones would be stTSigned
? ' ?,? ? thai Hi, ??
annottine waa done I, sii .?;.,?? : of ? me the
Bl ::.,?? LueXClU Of I
ACTION OP Tin: (I NTKAL COMMITTEE.
'The Republican Central Committee last
eveu?ig u,an.u,.m-i ? adopted a preeuiblt aadi
tlons, offend bj Professor J. L n. Bunt In behalfot
re ??n Ri oluttons, and closing as follows:
.'.. '.I ? . ' I to Pi Idi ut OarQeld nur
il.. |.Mn-r ni ? ,ii.. . foi ? a,? continued aunVring thron ;h
>\ '?. Ii bi ?? called upon t,? uhm ami uur oonataul auxl, t>
m In . ?, tini! . oui ?? ' ?? ???., for bla hi mi ?? iidursnce lu
the face of death; and our unresalne prayer that he be
iii'iilli r.n??? .1 In lie? ih-i h u t'e nf liie dllllea of Ins ,.
|i!.n e. In ? In? ? ? ? r. , ? . II ,1 ? ,??? ol la? llbIN Of Hie na?
timi . . .?.itimi making an era of uuexampli ?
?.ii.u!-, of tin pi. ddi ai baa our pro?
found - ? ? ? b ol : rial . ?
hope thai ? ?i". ?? ? it?,11 ina) noi pi ?,?., una .olii
? ? ;. ? j, r ? ! ? ? t ? ~ ?. 11 ?. way to comfort, and that the
upon biiman skill and
? ??>?? nf a Nation, reetorlnc. the atrbdten ruler, tbi
clUlinmilabiMl atateauian, the educated Kenlleneu, the
K> in. ?I ell ?/., ??, lie ? lattili..: . .'.lui aud .miei.
SYMPATHY <?? DISTRICT A8SOCI?TION&
A meeting of the With Assembly Districi
held ?t evi mue; ?t Ruse
Hill Hall, III Scemili 1V6 M, na, | lrei.Mli |,r ? -i,|e,|. B.
i:. i?,i?s and R, at, Lusk ven? nominated for ? lection uh
delegates to the Bepob san Stats Convention. The fol?
lowing resolution was unatiluioiialj adopted :
Uetotped, That thla ksaoelntion ? rue tlj express the
hope tiiat I'le.it.ni Uarfteld will recover from tbe
wounds from which ho In now auffurluK, and thai tbe
tramp Wh? attempted to ,? ??HMlnat ?? He PlealdfUl Will
m, ei with a prowpl trial aud punishment.
a meeting of tbe Xllltb Assembly Districi Repob
liceo Association v.is beld laet evening al Na 20?l
Llghtb ave Resolutions wen passed ol , ondolencc snd
thy with the President. Port/-three new mem
beri were admitted, and Ikirt] seven proposition? for
Un inn, I slilji n (jell ? il.
BRITI8?1 WORKMEN'S SYMPATHY.
London, St-pt. 12.?The committee of arrange?
ments of the ???! ?'? limm Congress, ??, in? ln-.ii ben,
agreed that on tb< Brat dayot tho meeting of the Con
gross a resolution of condolence with Mrs. Oarfleld sad
th, American Nation shall be Introduced.
Accordingly to-day ? resolution Introduosd by Ur.
Burnett, secretary nf the Engiueem' Boetety, and sec?
onded bj Mr. Knight,of Liverpool,In snbstanos m fol?
Iowa, waa paaaed bj ai lomatlon.
Tbe eiiu.ii uf representatives of the worklngmen of
? In- United ? Ingdoiii uValrca to express Its inarm .uni di
?,-ialini, ai the attempt to assasatnute President (lui
tieiii, aud its Cini,,., m with the President
and bui family ? .u- tbe suffi rinn and mis?
ery thereby cm?,-,I, ami unii the people
?,? Mm m a for the loas au a tal ned by la.-m?,lent OarHeld'a
inability, aud u hopea thai be will apecdllj recover and
live long to ?in good servios lo the great nation over
which be so wurthllj prei Idi a,
FRAGMENTS OF WESTERN NEWS,
CHICAGO I'Allt ASSOCIATION'.
Chicago, Sept. i'2.??Tbe Uni exhibition of
the < ine.,;.-,? pair Association m the huiiiiinjrH aud
sruiinda ??: tito ?'??, a.-n thriving Park openi Tto-daT.
The prospect is thai H wU] be a Uno show, especially i"
the di ini lineili ? "i o?ttie ami faul Imi sen.
LYNCH I-.li G,??? Ml KIM-.ll.
Louisville, Ky.f Bept, 12.?Samuel (Carney
was taken ?, ?:,, Jttll ai O w Inga villo, last night, and
bunged. Ramoj had nerved a term In the penitentiary
unii inni been looked un at Owlngavllla for the murder,
four days ago, of John Smith, a young farmer,
MUONSIII NI?; DISTI 1.1.1?'.,tv SEIZED,
Tkkhb Haute, Ind., Sept. 12.?? moonshine
distill, ?y, oonalatlUK ut two miiah lulls ami a ?lili nf sii,y
call ?? li s ?-,??,.,,?!}, baa been found hidden in n rus nn? in
?,,e northern pari ol Parke County, Tin- apparatus wua
?>i ih,? moai primitive pattern. The owuer.i aud oper?
ators bave .mi yei lu au arrested, li la auppoaed to bave
??-?-u m opi ral.r m. ,?.?, ? t . ?moutha.
AM ENDED 1 NVENTORV l'i ?. km.
Albany, Kept, ta. -Menerai James W, llusted.ro
ri-ii. i m tu. itoci ? .? ?;, .? ?.,,i?,,,,.,,?.?i company, to-itoj
UI, ?? un -?????-"? ? i luvenUiry, Inoorpormiim ? Jiunruieul r,,r
? ,'i,i,?,,,?. >radasulnatthuuomuaui bj Bilaa N. Cooh?
I. lie. '
CONVENTION O? ?-???? ENOINKEB?.
?.??????.?., \ a., .'seul. G.?. 1 ,,e miltil ttllllllal l'Oli
?, Hina, ,?? H,?- N ili,m.il VMor.latlon of l-'n? l.w-n,,?, ?? nfllin
? nluxl Sfalle will maul ???t? at nuoti ti-murro? (Jhlrfa from
u?arl: alltiia Northara, Kaatarn sad Westarn oltiaa win b? in
lllleiiilale , .
I'll A KOED WTl H MANSI Alni! Illl.
l'ia.vi.iM i?.. R, I . ,-,, ,,?. i?. vtit heal Qiiinn,
who waa aenl ??..|,.?: t,.i an uauuli ui>sn WUltani n. v\ M*leu
la iin-u.-iy, illuiun in,? ... moi m,... Il U allesed, of the m,
lurii ?. Infili U a b? u .???> , tun! tua to , m rualattui Um aaaault
i a,, Wftadens bava baeu uu.-ini on a .imi?? ut mmi.
DROWNKDOPV ? Mil TAN 1'iiIN G.
K'rn Bank. Bept. 12.?dip.lohn Tooker, of
tba ?loop Two hintern, ufl n irinu. i'nint, attamptsd .ich
Kien,? in 1 rawl-boat ilarmir ?heatomilaat ulght The biiat
waa capai ad aui! Captutu Tooki-r waa drowuMl. hi? hmh ims
a 1 ? ? ?,, reooTarad. ?? .\hh married una in? lumiiy Uvt-jui
THE INVXflTIOATIOM ?? itlWPOW,
NewToirr, It, I., -.?it. li?.?? notaio Brlfrtrlge,
Wim iniiiii.lire's Un? torpeilo mUIIiii, nini ? 1?????,??p???? ? ,???
???????, ? ?. 11, 'iililwi il. Instriiuuir In elei trlelty, nini win? Ims
,,1 ?f til? eleellif tulli.mm, ? I ? I he un |w ? 11 MM?* e ? -
, ni lin ? '-e-,?:i\ ?, I,?-, Um) COUT t ut lUI^Ull J UltO UM tSOSBt (US
i WkUllOO 1*???.-?* , 1|'.??-,.?11.
THE NEWS FROM ABROAD.
THE TROUBLES AT CAIRO.
AFIAIBS ASSCMINO A ORAVK ASPECT ? FRENCn
JOURNALS SHOWINO HOSTILITY TO KNOLAND?
^ THK MCTINOC8 COLONKLS STILL DISSATISFIED.
In? Egyptian crisis continuel to cans? anx?
iety in England und France. Cherif Paclia
luiu declined to form a .Ministry. Tho mili
t.iiy continuo bo press fluir demands, and
declare that 80,000 Bedouins will com? to their
nid. The London Time* says that the Egyp?
liini aiiiiy must he dishandetl, and that
only Turkish troops must bfj sent to Egypt if
armed Intervention becomes nrftrmgrj? Tho
Mi'tlioilisi. Conference discussed, yesterday,
the relation of Methodism to the observance
of the Sabbath,
THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS,
CHKItir PACHA DKCLINI 8 TO FORM A MIMsTKY.
London, Sept. 12.?A dispatch from Cairo says:
" The aspect 0f ajfalrs here has Income Serious dur?
ing t he las! ( wo hours. ? he officers refuse to ac?
cept th,? conditions .'tiered unii ss their previous de?
mands are lira conceded.
"('In rif Pache has definitely refused to form a min?
istry. Mr. ColviB has also declined to intervene
<ui Mur. ??? officer* boast thai they have tho sup?
port of 80,000 Bedouins.
"It ?stated that tbe notables Who have arrived
In Cairo will demand the Immediate convocation
oi an assembly of notables. The English and
trench consuls aro making efforts to preserve
A .'i.pat.h from Constantinople to Renter's Tele?
graph Company siys: "Fears are expressed in dip?
lomatic cml. h that the situation in Egypt may
hadito'differencesbetween Prance and England."
?ht Morntng ?.*/ saya; France musi be made to
understand thai the encouragement of ineub
bordinalion, such as Baron de Ring ventured upon,
wlllh. viewed witii extreme disfavor ?>> England.
All the lam.imi pacers favor Turkish, as opposed
to Anglo-French, Military interference.
lili. KHKDIVI ti-kj: \ ii.vld \v ? ? ? di: i HRONBMXNT.
London, Sept. 12.?A dispatch from Cairo
to Thn limili say?:
'l'in? Immediata eanse of the rtotbere but week was
the ileetsluii of Rlaz Pacha, President o? the Council, to
r lo Ab vaii.iiia the Uli Kegtmont of which
Acimut ??.? Ourabl Is Colonel. The Khedive received tbe
first warning of the disturbance In the forenoon and
?cut for Riaz Pacha. Mean while Daoud Pocha, Ml uls?
ter 't War. received a document, signed hv Colonel
Athinel ElOurabl, mating that unies? the Government
a s, ai,,? to their (the troop ? demand for u..- dismissal
of the Ministry, the adoption ofa CousUtuMon and an
ii ?.? r.? a s,? \a the number of troops, they, the troops, would
I'l.ir. Ii In tin? Al?llli Palan? al half pas! 11 o'clock and
remain there until their domanda were satisfied. I tiey
added that Rial l'oc ha bad sul,? Etrj pi ?<? England.
Ha.un! I'm lia procci lied to the l'alai?,? ami the Klieitive
sein for Mr. ? lolvln and asked for adi lee. it wanted an
boor to the time fixed by the troops for the denmaatra
limi. Mr. Colvln advised thi ? beai ve to take Un lultia
tive ami summon pcraonaJly the faithful reglmenu und
the < ..ii?? l'elice to asse mole themselves round the Pal
iwal the rioters, and to arresi personally the
? ale ? . Ellas Pacha und the other Ministers approving
or Hies,? mi, p , the Khedive and Mr. Colvln pro,?attend to
Ibi Pal o e und the ? Itadel a aere the ttoops rnihiulaati
. illy pi,,?,?,?,,? their loyalty.
Mr. Colvln ? inn wi-iii?.! to return ami await t De rioters,
tmt th? Khedive urged tbe visiting of another regiment
at Hi.? distant I'alaeo ol Abbasales. On their
arrival there they fouud that tbe regiment
sitb artillery bad already marched to
the vl.diii Palace. On arriving there they fouml the
? .surrounded by troops. The Khedive ari lied to
eiii.r th.? False? hj a sided.-.but Mr. Colvln rest rained
bun, and ?. itu to show himself at the front and to
Ourabl, who advanced toward kliu .???
ick with hie aabm drawn .uni surrounded by otu
cera. Tbe Kb..live .un. red him to dismount sml In?
quired hi* business. Uisn-pD was, " We come foi law
a ? :.l.| iisii,.?. As lung a- JTOIl gli e u- boi Ii you are master.
If uot, we bavi jrour auceeaaoi ready." Mr. Colvln then
withdrew with the Vleeroj and ununrtool u Dilations
with Hi?? olii, ?is. ile ex piallici Hie ?. ? : ? > suddanger
..? their demands, and m ed the withdrawal
"i Hu? ?.pa, for, In? .-nil!, p toe Viceroy s . ?
forced to occupi Uiel ? be would not
? .m.? them out, The ofiioera, however, re
? l u'? 1?? k Mr.Cookaon. tbe En :ll?h
?.m l .mu. tin? insti ? in ' ?usui Mr. i iH?k?
???m took im? iiuii.i'iM? and us. ? arguments sin
Ir. < The o?a,?, re,
? ili??) in oi come oi ?
. filli (lu? aliali? cu::, I M.eil till III ..111!
: ?. . ;.. occej :. ?? thi pro
? ? theiliauii*? U of tue dlnistrj under compulsion,
the other ???' j.? : ni?? for ?eli nu?e io Constanti?
nople. G?.Heers are relying on support or neutrality
from Constantinople. The corresponden! say?, ?? ? be
luve tin leader? ore bom ?. bui miai ulti, il, settnj
a lu.-tal?, u -, ?-, ,,f duty, SU l a? e ni!, ? ?y 1 gii., la ni ol Un
G?< lime?. ? ititele, says: " The Egyptian
ust ba dlsbuiided, Ils , .1.1 nui. 4 existe neo i? in
eompatlbls vv iti, the ma ? ni. nanee ,?? oui, r. To thi
tail ?" ? uputloii ??' I ... ni ?.. 1 a. 1 gad and Prance Jointly,
or by eltnci lepuratcly, tbe objections are an .avi as To
;?? 1 ilde 1 ?.t- uialu < bul one com ? o| ea, If
intervention tberi uii ? be. in -?.? ?. tuiul be Invited to
deal with thi emergency. The Egypt lu u troop? would
probublj UOl ? ? ? . ?-- In? Egyptian army
coiikIhUoI I 1.1 mio ?,? n. i lu wboli of these uuiled oould
,1.Ihlug ostalusl a dotachuii m of rurkiah troops, and
u is n,,.-! 1, . . S 111 b?? uni;, ,1. nul me
i 1 ,ii army, large ,ir small,hi a rerytnuob largue
?,m ' than 1 ? .? pi u?
TUL MM li"l), 11 l'M'F.h'I.Nt i?:.
London, Sept, 12, Al the Ecumenical Method
lai Conference to-daj ha a discussion on the his?
torie relation of Methodism to reforms, and es?
pecially to tl.bservanoe of the Sabbath, Bishop
Simpson deprecated the statement that there was
a failing ou m tin- re poet.
? !>I-\M KOU8 LANDSLIP.
BeBNK, Sept. I'-'? A landslip OCCnrred last? even
mar th.- village ol I Im. in Canton Qlarus,
Switcerland, Two hundred person?) were lulled,
and thui.v housesdcstroyoil,
TIIK AFGHAN si BIFE EXTENDINO.
London, Sept, 12.?The correspondent of
77. ? ? Nasata! Chnjsi sayi that oneof tbe most Important
r?.-sof Afghan toil it Ice Is the tuten-? animosity be
tween the Oblisela aud Durants, and the Ameer lias
sailed this passion Into iriaj a? an antidote to the feel
ma In favor of abare \ir? family, which was probably
Increased by Ayoob Khan's reeenl vletory. To ladoee
the Oblisela to mliiere t.? himtlie Ameer represented
thi? as a defeat of the Ohilsals by the Dturenls, through
v. in. lithe, rightful Uhlltal aupremsej over Candahar
waa lost, and Invited them to aid bltu in regulalns tt.
ilu ..pp. al ? is most successful, tbe Ubllsals loiuing
?,, ?.?, ,,-r in large numbers, so that he bad a very con
M.ieiablc irregular force, besides drilled troops. Tbe
news, however, soon sped to Candahar. and It has done
mure for Ayoob Kbaii ? nan be .ver oould do for bunai If.
the Durants, who bad hitherto held aloof from him,
rallied round him in very large numbers, prepared not
?.. much io resisi ? lie Mm er as to defend then, homes
a/ainsi the h it.il Ohilsals.
It is doubtful whether anj thing tbov can do \\ ill coun?
terbalance the Am. ? r's superiority, ou! a uewelemenl
baa been Introduced Into ike sinn? which ma) lead to
deplorable cons?quences, aud If the Ameer wins a buttle
under tbe walls of Cauilahar Ite will have bard work to
-iiv u tin- ni} limn in- ..u u followers.
AFFAIRS IN [BELAND.
London, Sept. I !. The Dublin correepon
dciii of ras rwasesaya that the movement in rarer of
Irish trade and aumufaetures Is the key to a solution ol
the labor question, A general meeting for the parp?se
of organising an exhibition Is to be held on Wednesday
The ('ail.?W brauet' of Hi.? Land Leag'iie ha? instruct.?.!
IU delegates to the National Land League convention
that the Land Aet ahould have a i.'.ir trial.
on saiuniay Mr. Harrlugton, Bat tor ol the Kerry Senti?
ne/,?.Ived notice that It was decided to detain him la
Ualwa) all ior a further period ol three months.
i telegram rroui Cork aaya ? at forty armed snodis?
ene?, ,i men br il e uto n bous ? belonging to three broth
en ,,.,?, ,i Mahoney, near Knoeknagre. The band left
the Muhoueys for .lead, having shol and wo inded ihcm.
Tho cause of the outrage la attributed to trade Jealousy.
CABLE BH Ui'i: BUMOBB.
London, Sept, 12.?Ihe Daily Telegraph in iti
financial article ibis memlug s ?, s? "Anglo American Ce
ni.? Company's aheresros. H "f I pereentonrmnors of
of negotiations of Mr. Oould, who,U is stated, asks 2fi
par oenl of the ?'"*-' fwoelpUi ss nie proporuoa
Im' his (WO ca'nle.s." _
Till' CAMPAIGN IN TUNIS.
Paris, Sept. L2.?A diapatcb from Tuniaan
noiiiiee.siii.it lim Premier Mustapha has tendered bui
? nun on the ground of ill houlin. Rain felloe
Saturday, showing thai the hot m ? sole ended, ?
therefore expected that the Kreuch will soon eoa menos
operations bu lbs ulterior.
the troops marehtag sa Kairouan will be supplied
with provisions from Base, where the ComaUsssrlet is
ordered u? colleel provlalona for 80,000 meu within a
fort night, smalt detachments ol trono? are tah ? up
positions around Tunis, H Ii expected limi tbej will
shuultaueousl] occupy the forte at the several onj satea
??G.??G.?; PEBBY ON THE ELBCTI0N8.
Sais?Hik, Sept. 12.?Proniler Perry ?peak
ing at ? ?????.??? t here tant ri'g'lit, sdii the leading fee?
tiuc in the lute elections woe tliu ucfout of the Liecon
cileablea and Monarchista. The electors bad approved
tho policy of the Cabinet, fo r the old majority had been
returned almost in Ita entirety. The aim of the Oovcrn
meut wan to carry out the provisions of the Concordat
Btrlctly and resolutely. By means of a few laws, which
will be easy to make, the Government will effect Judical
and military reforme.
M Ferry, referring to the attacks upon M. Gambetta
hy extreme Uadlcal papers, said a political partv coil
denim ,1 itself when it rCSOTtCd to such action. The new
Chamber Of Deputies would contata S harmonious ma?
jority which would uphold a policy of wine reform, and
toe groups of the Loft and Republican Vnion had been
moulded into a elugle Uepublirau party.
CHINA AMD JAPAN.
San Francisco, Bept 12?Tht strainer Gaelic
brink's the following from China and Japan :
Bom Cono, Aug. 17.-Jlae construction sf ftstegnedi
lines is ketag jirosecuted with viger. OsasssBBlcettoo
has slreadj been estabnehad ketwees stiantai sai
?soehow, but only for ssMal tnisiiiees, the Hass Bet
y,t besag tlirown open to the pabttO
The Chinese Minister to Germany will be recalled and
seni to Japan lev tin? parp?se sf sdjaathsg the Lsoeheaa
quesito?. Chase intends t<, insist on hot sovereignty seat
the islands. The Chinese and Japanese press
assert tuo right of their napeeUve countries
to possession. It Is now staled that tin? anua?
mente made by China in,? in view of ? ?
contest wiiii .Japan. An addition to the Chinese II
daily expected front England, and arms and munitions
eliminile to arrive. IJ-Hung-chung and Teo-Tau .
ha?.,? definitely coalesced and an doto? their utmost
towsrd fortifying the vital points on the eestern meat.
Three Prenota orneen and Lieutenant Man?os, of the
United Btates Navy, arc employed in Tien ?
It la stated that Governor Hennesay, of tfong Kong,
will )u? promoted to the Governorship of the Australian
C.lies. Ills suoeesaor la not known. Terrible weather
has prevailed, and typhoons have socorred in the
Chinese seas. Then? hap been much loss of life umi great
damage to vessels In ? ousequenoe.
????????a, Aug. vi*?.?The Bmperor is r.ill Jesu asp fag
through the Nnrtiiein provtaeea rae fspaaees Oevera?
ment Im firm In SSSSttJag Its claim to the Loo Cheo
talaads m sstts of china, it sj laaref that tin? speseash
iiig arrival of the Chinees Bevo? ?ni set be producine
Of S? amical/le result.
The new civil and criminal cod's go into eftcct In Jan?
uary next. Tiiey are inodclled on the OSES Nap ? cu,,
With local SdsptellOBS The Frenili system of geu
darmes has bees adopted.
Much dissatisfaction Is expressed by American mer?
chants on account of the sodden eottheatsoa Issasi by
the Government in relation to kerosene oil. According
to tbe order Isseed no oil testing a lower temperata re
than 120 degrees Pahrenheil may be imported after Jan
nary 1 next. There are sisead] on the way intiu-r
many cargoes Of kerosene oil below that I. sf.
which cannot arrive until a later date, and
if the order in- enforced mach of the oil will be rendered
unsalable, to the gnat less of shippers or oomlrnoos
Tin- foreign Ministers have been appealed to to gam an
extension of the date when t be rise In the standard will
be insisted upon. This matter seriously aflfeeta the in?
ten its >,f many merchante in the Eastern Btates.
Bir Henry 8. Parkes, the English Minister, will shortly
return, Mr Kennedy, the British Charge d'Attui,*,
has 1 ecu promot, d to St. Petersburg. The sill; business
1? ve j dull owing to the exorbitant demands m imi,1er?.
The price? of the better sorts of tea an rather higher,
and tbe busiii'.-es is linn.
Own Soi'NM, Out., Sept. 12.?The sVhfMBhaT
Regina, with eau fren QoSerlch, <?n!., bound for t?as
pL., founded osT Cove Island on Beturday night ta a
gal??, and ?, ut down with four persons, all thai ?
London, Ont.,Sept. 12. Cattle are reported dying on
all M.ies in the country on account of the drouth/
Tobowto. Sept. 13.?Bush 1res an? cull raging In
Noi 1 hern and Northeast?! 11 ' Intarlo. It is said that ?
mil! ? dollars'worth of timber haa beca baraod in the
Parry Hound districi.
m. Jonas, ?. ?.. Seid. 12.?The steamer Preseas ar?
ti, ed h? re from Lady l-'ralil.lin Bay between '.? and 10
o'cl eh ?ast night, havfasg ; korougbly -a, 1 ompUahed ber
work, She brought be? teome atemben of the exped?
11,1.1 party who wi 1 urded as until to eudun ih,?
I .- Arctic w Inter, rhere ? as mm -
l..,,?\ franklin 1: ly. No 1 - ved of
in?? , , ;..? t .ie,? ?nette or ol 1 ?,,? -, in k partii ?.
M Inej Wat??.:,?.. SL v..
who has been making a tour of the United Btates, has
arrived ben to attend the Industrial Exhibition, so
M Id. h he ie??- been Bpeciall ? ll
1 to ' '?' ,?./.,'-?. from
?.;, has abandoned the Idea of retnrnli rtbrough
but, ?,?,-?- -p.ml?? % a few days
In huatlBi In the Itookj Mouutains, he will ?TO to Port
Helena, " y the L'umnl'aei:.
back to Canada \ Ie Wtaii
?.???,,??', S, pt T.'.-ls^l.
The tire in th?? petrol, urn spring* in Bake, Bosnia, lias
Kuig Kaiakaui? arrived stLiverpool to-day. Be was
r? eived by the Mayor.
? li itate l thai the Italian Bud* : ? for 1883
show a aurplu? of 8,006,000 flam s |--1 1.no,IHK?.)
? . 1st. t betting on the noe for Un St. T^eger Stakes
Is 2 t?, l agalual troqu?is aud '.* t<> SO against et. Louis.
a thousaud copies of ?? Socialist ? ihttiouarj prode
have been found distributed in all parts of
Vl.'iim?. T*v,, arrests li.?\ ? 1? CU inaile.
In the Berlin chess contest tuda.? Mr. \\
Mi stagna, ami Mr. Bleekbaruo ?, at Mr. w. rani son
The same between Messrs. Berger and Euckertort re
sui! .1 .u s draw.
In t, aid t,, BUI la's el dm agall It Turk,?.,' lor war lu?
di ???,,.? \, the deh ?rai, s of the Turkish bondholders el
Constantinople remain firm, and declare themselves in -
compi tent to : reel the queatli u svi ? Indirectly.
The ?>i UOVS en nespoli, leni i,f Un I hi. 1.1 ?, ,.-x t.?\ | that
If the proposed revolutionary congress at Uerne
ducted with moderation 1 be ?al authorities will not b>
I erf ere. The Federal tioveruineut Use no Jurisdiction m
The emigretton ? tana lor U\ erpool tor the saenth of
August show that '_" 1 .:-*?_:l easigreata toff that peri, betag
2,660 more than in July. 01 this number the destina?
tion of 18,072 was to the l tuteli Btates, ami 2,06d 10
British North Anici 1.-.?.
v Berlin telegram says that the Free Conservatives
have Issued an electoral programme epproi as the
policy of Prince Blatnsrek and demandine a revi ionol
rin Ian relative tothe rlghlol ,' uloQoand tbointro
tluotlou of laws against emigration.
Tbe fifth International Con - Orientalists
at Berlin to-day. Ihe Minister of PublV tastructioa, m
the naaw of Presele, we loomed tho Congreas U, asid
in- - , u manj before bini a bo bud , orne from J'ans, Lou
don, Buaeia, America, Indis and <
The Preston eoctespondeel sf nts a,,-/ Jfeias.iaays:
" i;?. en supposing I be employers ?presenting two-thirds
Ofthe ipmdlea m this diStriot decide tO eins,? for ? ?, k,
ii is certain thai the itoppage sfili nel be nuli
Tin? loom weeven al the extensive nulls of llawkiua
struck ami ihe llrm ?as obliged to atop 1,000 looms end
43,000 spindles. The returns up to e.day last sbovi
thai I lie lolal liiimlier ni spillila s is ?????,???, Of WhtOh
06,000 arc stopped."
A l'aleuti ? dispatch to ?lie lvn< s stirs : At u meeting
of the committee Of tlU Tea Bj minale a re pert BTM read
?tetlng thai s be srtn 1? la g had ?,, ea made m shipments of
tea !? Am, in 1 and that the promised coliti lhtll inns
would suable the Syndicate t,< continue (mentions
iloadilv; thai It wsa detenni ued to folios up tue opera
lions >,i the 8j udiente, ami thai the u?.? 111 ? m the ? led
Btates ami Canada w nil id span? 110 1 II, u ? ? p? tin? at li ,?,i
?,, establish a trade there aa mceoasful as nie Au
venture bad proi ad to be,
Uli: ARIZONA INDIAN TROUBLES.
BAM ?'?????'??,?, Sept. 12.?? disputili from
Tucson, A risma, say * : Oelonel Biddle, Boasmaadias the
op, rations in the field, with a tTOepof t'leiit'a <
ami 1.1, nu nani Clark, <iili Calvary, an at Camp 1 Bomas
to-day, having rome ever tea Urs 0 direction?!
CampApetibe FheetUlaenaofPmaeetl have erg
? military company. Twenty-five Boalapus ?
have I,en unlisted as BOOUtS, ami will juin ( olmiel i'iiee.
laudi) th. District sf v"erd 1 eel Price is
.in,! through l'ont,? i?
wild I'm 1 Apache, rurty r bai ?
,,, . ber wiili ???,??? ronuda of ammunition, have bi 11
or, ? : I lo , a? 1. ?! the followlii)
Bowie, <ii-.iiit and Lowell and V\ U< "X btaliu.?;.
will l>e sold to the Clil/elis.
SENTENCE D FOR CONSPIRAI V.
Pun.?: ? i.i hiv, Sept. G-'.?Henna ? G. G
the s/htttaker null conspirator who 1 Bee ;
? ihi> Commonweelth,was aentsnecd bj
Mltohell this morning to three years' bxiprkMM
the day of bl ? cut, m mi 1
in iuimii ev, rtwo Teins, and wili, tluicioie, Ua\e oiny
a allori timi toserve. _
THE TBIBTEEN TH REGIMI ? ?S G???.
?!?. iiMiiM?. Va., Si?it. G_?.??",il,nul 1). J?:.
Austen, I.le,iti liant r.ilollel 11. < '? Imi.g ami Captala J. F.
Aokcrnian, QiuuHenaaetsr, <>f the I3th i:?
of Brooklyn, passed through tais ettgthls ???p
the way to Yorktown, to pina ground tor the
,,. .,,,,, ut, 1 in- 131 Ii ^ ?? 1 1 '.ii'i Icipate 11, thi
of vlrnlulan troops b) Qovornoi kloilidaj In Ui
on October 17, and will 1, ivi ben for Yorktown with
the lei MrtiiiiiiUc?ui:, at on Oci?-bi I lt?.
a ?. W. STUART ? FUGITIVE,
? ?. JONES, MIS BONH8MAN. ARRESTED.
SURPRISE IX BROOKLYN OVER THF: D? V? ?.?11 SJfJfJBJSJJ
G? THE CARE OF THE EX-SECRETARY OF TH?
BOARD OK IDI? ATP ?N?DI* APPI ALANCE OP MB.
6TCARTAND HIS WI1E? AI.DELMAN' l-iVI- PL?CITO
T NI .ER ARREST nCT BAIL? D?PKOCEKDINOB Of
Two surprising development* neourmi yea
ter.lav in tin? cas ,,| , \--o<'i?-tui ? i.t"rge> ?.
W. Stuart, who is charged with .-nil milling
over .$100,000 from tho Brooklyn Hoard of
Educati,in, and who was nmln? .*?p,<??> Donde
?ltirin.tr the piiliiiiiuaiy j.i.k iiiliii-s in the
I mata?. ???? was th.? lardai of Mr. Stuart
with his wife, who was Issai wn Sun.lay a?
ti-riKion, ami the other was the au? t ?,( hie
l?iotliir-in-)aw and 1?<??!.|??:?;?:?, Aid. ? rSasB II. 0.
.Iones, sjf tin? Third] Ward, up.m a thmwgt of.
BaaUa?t and ?ii , uri in steal j: g ft] ...OOO.
THE DEVELOPMENT IN BBOOftXTM.
Ix-Sccptary smart, of ?ioohlyti, is hialived te
h.. ?>? " jumped " his l,.,jl in tin- pr eeosUsags against
him, as h?? has pot I.? ?n Men since Siinuav after?
noon. A general alarm wae sent oui io th? pohce
of this city and J.rouklyn yesterday. aaHSrtl* after
noon, wiih an std f to arrest the ihe
alarm says that Mr Muar! was last eeBBSn the
Fifth-avo. ?ut ?.? : ? ?. ? ,.i Central Perl s IMaleaanl
p. m. Sunday, in ??>?;?|?:?? vvilh hi? Batte, It appoaure
Uiat Mr. and .Mrs. Muaii left thei- Banane, No. 171
Scherni-rhorn-st.. Brooklyn, in OSS luorning B?
<li ?v. 'in I'cir.il l'a,;,. 1 hey weiit in the carruge
of Aitici.mm Jones, v. ho is Mrs. Stuan's hroiaas?
and vvere.lriy.'ii h.v Hciiiy linker, Vr. te? SS I < ?????
BnBaV He ret'inn-d t?i ?riM.kiyii ahn.? early in the
. vcniiic, and said that afl.r driving sheet
the Park for some, time the, reached the
Fifih-ave. entrance. Mr. Stuart eff?wSMaJ the car
rlesjB stopped and he ami his wii'e alighted. The*
hail a hule Spitz ?og vA?lh them, which ihcy left ist
the carri.iire. Mr. Stuart then to 1 the driver I?
in? et them at the Eighth BVQ. enH'.iuc , ami to ?au
until 5 o'clock. If they ?liti not come by that fisse
he was to drive home and have them to return by
thc cars. Just a.s he was getting from the carriage?
the driver heard Mr. ?Stuart say, "Well, hie aie
As Mr. and Mrs. Stuart did not reach the pbae?
designated at G> o'clock, the driver returned t?>Ilras>a>
iyn. Mr. Jones and his family waited dinner oeteT
after 7 o'clock, expecting Mr, and lire.
Stuart, but they did not come. Mr. JeeeB)
at lougtb went to the hou.-e of soni?'? friend? ha
this cily to st?e if he could leant of their nm? erneute.
It was a matter of much surprise that Mr>. Stuart,
? ho is somewhat of an invalid, shouM esWSBBBBtP
walk from one side of Cenimi Park.to tie o'.hot.
Mr. Stuart not having returned yesterday unrav
iinr, Mr. Jones iirst informed his euii.'.sel. . i-A??i?
ant Ihstrict-Aiterney Wernherg, and then visiHaa
Police lleaduuart'us with his brother, and detai'oMT
the all'air to Police Superintendent Campbell. The?
erdet to Sates? Mr. smart at s ? f ?D ?Se
MTiption of him sseti 'it out. Ii. ad.nume
to the detail? riven by Mr. Josaan?, the S ;;. rintraeV
eut saw the driver of the carriage asni h? ard hie
Story. The trciiiral can? of the ? SnSt e M iiitruKMsl
?? Cap!:?.!? ' rat lTcintt. andaba
lion ?-1' ^-a>
: the bn
teiidedcivi :u and the probehts ilia?
ttcull "ii War e
and he bad '.te
? ?t Ik- found tassi ee hid nude
;t'i.\ ; : . and no '? tew
' iption was lakcu in tl As
'lr. UTenifa -art,
leerned of the probable fighi ofbia client, he na
torased Jude McCuc, who used the assonni el use
bail for Mr. Sta
A t I\ II. si II 1
While the stepsweaeicing taken I | Ur.
Stunt for ? a civil sas?
in behalf of th. L. ;.l ot Education, m rei?.*?*
$200,000, weabeejun. Aeon!Sen . :<! in Jse
Controller's ottos between I !. Cor>
..n Corns? I 11, V, r.i. aest
and Messrs. liei gen and I' , lj>
?!, am! t !..? papers in the civil sui an
up. Convocation Cnunsrl l'.AVut, ret . .as
Boerd oi Education in ? ? use
?' Gilbert, iu th. ? m., aanl
applied focan etdei el erreel in -me r?e
?.aid he had I.?-a ? ?, --aturdas/
bj the Board of Education e.s cosn
sel, ami had netpepsd SB S| imi-si le
til" impels m the stili to ?.,,?.? S^.iO.isJO
stolen hy the <v- ecr tery i?. I re,
ili?? compilili! was in the name of City Treasurer
.Mi.c.cii, a : in?
cal? >n. sad the action wse brought in the name ef
the oily end oi tin Hoard of Educatiou. The aoV
?lavii ef the eeeountanl she ?? -'?en
years Mr. s ?vod in h ? a? secre
tary about $11."' 4 Uaae
hook dt ?in .. - of
schools, who m : ***
chihii n. Ii was Mr. Su: ? .-tie
money to the credit of the a
tioM in the .Mechanics' Beak. 1! I s??
parent l.v -in:.M-d Usai this amimi wand poeihafl,
but on examining the haul? aocoaurl it w..s foiana
ili.a there was $1413,000 te the? i srt.
drawn In the formel wernaate on ii. ?,??,.?* tiraae
aud deposited bj him. ??<? teoh ? ..id m*v
picion by uaug the names ef Brass -m ?!.?? *???:,-*?
with which the Hoard had legoier aanl
us.d ligurea tike umhh in r?gulai .. ?t witla
liuireaod sauonnte. The sesVdevil six? showed sin
warrants, ? to ?*49.900, which were de?
posited in the private bank ?coum , . Hi
Corporaiion ? ounee] DeWitt, after ?.'ivinn the
above details, esfced th? ?ou?t tels >f
hai sot!.at Mr. Btuert, ^ h<> was L. ? , ,.? ?? ? have
Bed, if eeaghl have am ? ? to
escape. The t 'til amount sued foi ? ??.
jud?s Glib .?.t of bail ah
???00,000, ami th' w ai rant for Mr. St nan's sxreet
was issued, in the civd suit, li.? iCorj I ? asr
ssl said he has) bo aoebl t!i
It was not p.-s, ? for a man Dt ?iiaw audaggsi
forty-one I hills over
u h'ch lu had VMM sanai I he Lav
;.? I I
At 2:30 p. ss. ? ^tiea
Welsh, m th.? ? ;.? Hell l' r-*et
of M.h-riiiau H. 0 ^lr.
Muar: In aaioun?
found redited on the Board .nte
hei', re 1 it of
- taken ?., ?
, a wilt of and
? ail cij ..
. an oi high
c-...?:.'.* Albei t
,, . i
? h. ?fi art
ill Hl IMlk
where i - is au
? ctive G- al c-i : ? sud
I ourtb-avee . an the Third
? io isilitice.
?..nil I ill! . .s
nor aupposed to have much lumiey not
im a large leak, iu DBSBanMaf wiUi lus tirovtesr. 1%