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ADDREaS3 BY MR. BRIGHT XaOSVOS, June 14.?John Bright delivered an address et Bingley Hall, Birmingham, yesterday, before an audience of over '20,000 persons. kjore than 150 addresses of congratulation from rariousL iberal associations were presented to him. Great enthusiasm prevailed. Mr. Plight in his Speech reviewed the events of the last liity years, knd laid stress upon the enormous advantages con? ferred upon the country by the repeal ol tho corn Referring to America, Mr. Bright said : lYrtnlt mo to address a word to the nitlsnn ' Biasses of thc United Ktates. I mu ia enemy ol the United Stales. I lougbt hat buttle in this country. [Cheers.J I sympathise with her ss much now as I did then, almost as nun lt nn if born upon her null. I h-i-fie tbe question Iii tho Untied States between a pro! elive end Mm* ly a revenue tarifl ls nearing Its solution. Thc opinion ls growing that irresi-uiblu economic nets are Offering tiieiiiM'lvcsforthn consideration of statesmen and imi y intellijrtnt man In tao great republic An ejtr.i-tn'in.iry condition of things exists there, ito ?ooin-irv of ??y age ever experienced or dreamed of ?unrti.al surplus revenue of thirty million* stealing. l*uis 1 n-t ls fatal to the high protection party. The Government des not well know what to do wllh ll. After eloquent allusion to the war which abol? ish- d -.lavery. Mr. Bright saul: I believe tho next election for President will _* fnuKht on free-trade linea. The great reoele of the United Mutes will deeUra It to hex tbe luallonnblc right of every Amerleaa citizen to npou-i his money la the world's cheapest iiiur ?*?** - POLICE MA1TERS IN ST. PKTCB8BUB0. 8t. ImxXmmWmWImth} Juno 13.?It is staled that in eoosi tiuence of the riots which occurred during the coronation work a change Ib to be n.ade fal the office of Chief of the St. Petersburg Police. The princi? pal firms hero aro required to furnish written prom? ises not to give then* workmen a holiday on the occasion of the Czar's state entry iiKo the capital, the object being to prevent further disorders. AN EXPLOSION AND A FATAL ACCIDENT. ST. Pktki:8BI"RG, June 13.?An explosion took place to-day in a gunpowder factory at Ochta, ono mile east of this city. No details havo yet been ieceived. Three stories of the barracks at Kain?, in the Government of tbo same name, fell in to-day, kill? ing ten persons and injuring many more. PHASES OF THE FOREIGN TROUBLE. Pauls, June 13.?La l.iberte utoyn : "1'wo envoys fiom ihe Annamito King have arrived at Sai-on and iiave protested against the action of the French at Ha-Noi. They said that the King desired n peace? ful solution of the present difficulty. lt is denied at tho American Legation here that, American officers havo asked leave to serve in the Chinese Navy. __? r.vii)i;\TE AGAINST TBI DYHAWTEUB& LeMMBi; June 13.?-HM trial of tho men con? cerned in the dynamite conspiracy, who are charged with treason-felony, was resinm d this morning. The detectives who arrested Atn-bnreh testified that tho prisoner was asked to give an account of himself, and was told that if he 1 he would have himself to blame fur anything which happened to him. He thereupon said that he carno from America. Lord Chief-Justice OeleCld-fa ex? pressed tho opinion that as tbe prisoner was not provided with counsel no atatement elicited by thre:it or promise could be received agaiust him. 1.vi lenee wag given by witnesses to show the Connection between Ansburgh and Dr. Gallanher. It was proved tbat the latter introduced the former at the Charing Cross Hotel as Mr. "Galer" in order tbat he might obtain letters and a telegram ad? dressed to that name. AnsburgL, in examining Inspect or Melville, of thc Uetiopolitan Police, called the Inspector a liar be? cause le denied tbat he had said to him (Anshurgh), when the latter was arrested, " You had b-ettoi turn in fumier and get ?500." Lord Chief-Justice Cole? ridge interposed and restored order. A police inspector of Glasgow testified that be visited Hernani Gallagher while he was in prison there. Gallagher stated that he knew the other prisoners, hut said be was not connected with the dynamite schools in New-York. He said he know tbat O'Donovan Rossa presided over ono of the ?achools. An Irish constable testified that tho pris? oner Curtin lived at Fermoy, Ireland, nuder the. name of Kent after he left America and tbat he was connected with the Gallaghers. Mr. Majendie, a Government inspector, testified that he examined the contents of Whitet'iead's lacii-i i in tadiaas at, Ihrmuigham. which comprised L'tio pound- of nitro-glycerine, OOO poumis of nitric acid, and 70(1 pounds of sulphuric acid. He al-o Stated thal he had examined the pori inn of the Lo? la! UeVeimaeat Hoard offices winch was wrecked by explosives, and gave it as his opinion that twen? ty pounds of nnro-glyccriiie had caused the dam? age. The case for the prosecution was then declared aleaed, aad Mr. Clarke, Q. C.. began his argument in behalf of Dr. Gallagher. Ho declared ttiat tin re wae no occa-ion to defend the prisoner against the chat sc of levying war agaiust the Government, as iio evidence had heirn adduced to show that he was guilty "f thatottence. Lord '.Jliicf-Justico Coleridge ced'ir d that it the prisoners had sassed to destroy property ol the Crown, t-i endanger life or to intim? idate tbe councillors of the (^ueeu or Parliament, they had virtually levied war against the country. Cooneel lor tbo defence submitted tbat there was no ci*- against Bernard Gallagher, who, l.e said, bad acted while under the luliueuc. of drink. 1 he Court then adjourned. PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. Bkklin, Jun? 13.? In relation to the retirement from political life of Herr von Ilonnigson, it is stated that, after the receipt of the last note ad? dressed to Pru-sia by the Vatican, Prince Hisinarck w.is undecided as to whether or not ho should break oil t he negotiations with the Vatican. H-. therefore, sounded Ile? von Bcnnig-vn on the sub? ject of effecting a compromise with the latter's party, thc National Liberals. The interview con? vinced both that a common policy was iiiipo.'.sih'i, end Prince Bismarck decided to rely on a Cloncal and Conservative majority. In the debate yesterday on the Chnrch bill in the lower house of the Landtag, Herr Windthorst, the Ultr noontime leader, reiterated tho hope that the Government nnd tho Conservatives would unite and improve the bill by accepting the amendments proposed hy the Centre party. If they did not ac? cept them he said the Centre would reject tho whole men-i are. ? I in* special Committee of the Beiohstaa which waa appulat-asd to emi-.kier the Workmen'a Accident 1 ' nie:* bill recommended that Parliament de? cline to accept the pioposaid of the Government anil dem md a new bill allowing rural laboteta to share the beneiits of insurance against accideuts. m. tHE HEALTH OF THE QUEEK London, June 13.? Truth states that the Queen bus quite recovered from the injury to ber knee sus? tained some time ugo by falling down tbe steps at Windsor Cast.e. The depression of ber Majesty'.) ap. ri ui is, boa ever, sail by Truth lo cause some anxioiyowiiig te its inlluenc*..* on her general health. lt is tke intention of tba Queen to leave (Scotland Ca the 20th inst, and arrangements'for bar depar? ture are now oemg made. QftlMl IN I Ii ELAND. Dr ii i.i v, .June 13.? An inquiry into the mulder of L") uooaiaaema has beea hi progress at Clonbur the past week. It is expected tbat a num? ber of other armata will be Buttha ti persons bus-' peeled of connection with tho murder. Pool;-, who it charged with the inur.hr of Kenny Xu S-ville Place, was arraigned in court this morn? ing. Tne Government Staled that tiny propose lo prove that the prisoner bad boasted that he killed Miuy. Poole was remanded to await ibo arrival el * wiiuess from Amanca, MIIILISTS' SENTENCES COMMUTED. 8t. PETPaftaBUitG, June 13.?The Czar lian aoiunmuid the death sentence* of the MliillnU iioxauo trttcb, lan I si ii rt ami Bout-tcT itcb lo penn servitude fur au tadetiDite period. Uo has retiucod tue lifo sentence of *t*fsnoviteh to el'Ut years' yearn' peual servliinlc, and thc seat-noes of tbe woioou Ll?->f?kaya a:id Pi ihvlt va ta lour )roin' pei,al sii*i vim,le. Ile h<as niuo iiiu.gaiel the Bsauua tn ol (imeuocrg, _i.rt:i?ou aaa JaioUKowu. TWO NEW STEAMSHIP LINES. Mo-KTHital, June 13.?A new monthly steam? ship Une between Bremen aud Montreal has boen formed. The Dominion Government bas granted lbs oompauy a Sttbsldr of |?,000 per month. Hausa*, N. B., Jone 13.?The prospectus of thc Hal "Bx btacam Navigation Company Ulmlted) has boen ??"Ont The company bus beeu formed lor tb* purpose of establishing direct steam oom ?tuiu-atlou with Oieat hrliaw to aud from Halifax, via ?St, John. The capital ls pla-ftd st $300,000. It ts pro Sosed to run two steamers, with at least one monthly epartitre from each eud of the hue, NEWS FROM THE DOMINION. Montreal, June 13.?The Young Irishmen's Literary aud Benefit -Society of this city has resolved not to join the American League, hat to unite with tho branch of the Irish League established herc. Il a 1.1 j* ax, S. B, June 13.? -.lam rn, accompanied by his traluer, William f*\ ellam, aaa started tar Pullm.in, Ul., to mw in the single soull-raoe there on tho 22d inst Halifax, N. 8., June 13.?Joseph Malins, of langland, was reelected Gran'l Templar at tbo meeting of tho GraDd Lodg- of Good Templars of thc World this after? noon. Victoria, B. C. June 13? Chines;* finns aro quietly buying or leasing a large quantity of real estate In the northern part m tin- ekty ea -which to erect ex ensivii badness houses. Tto traii'tu-tlnns aro regarded a* stc nlllcunt of Hie liiteiilina nt Um OhtaBBB to mnnopnll/.o 1 lie ; nnlc In Chinese ami Japanese gua.ls wit li Basti ru Canada on thc completion of the Canadian Pacific Hall? way. RECONSTIUJCTION IN PEULT. Thy mit oaatatt akd fiot'tn atnratraa mi-KouArn.] Lima, June 13, via Galveston.?Aceordin.fi to today's D'xario Oflclal the Arequipa Con/ress has confirmed the appointment of Srfior Calderon ia presi? dent; General Mnulero as flrst vtce-pritUeut, aud Gen? eral Caccrcsas si-coud vice-president. Pan -ima, June -J.-Igiesia* slgnod tbe terms of petes which Hobse, thc Chilian, had spreed to In Lima. A most powerful party ls gathering about Igleslas, which proclaims thc following to be a part of Its programme: To bring Hbout a reform in the Constitution, the organ? ic laws ami Ike codee, no that all gum ante- * shad he rc speeted. mid crimes mnl abuses pnni-hed; to work In euler tliat f..rentiers shall participate as citizens la tba po'itical administration of the ooontry after one year's ir- iiitine ; t-i render responsible all guilty of freed or B-elvemtlon of puhlle tunds; to obtain Judicial n-fni-ms; to reduce thc army, render military service ob'liratot.v, ami the regular establishment of the militia; to oueour i?K0 knowledge hy founding schools, by colleges and uni versltlti, to promote art, science and letters, aud to ex? tirpate vagiancy." Montero and Garcia Calderon will bc asked to sign the treaty, anil If they refine, their few partisans will desert them and then peace will be an assured fact. Mr. Lngun continues tu act with tact autl |udgmcnt and persists in bis eflorts to promote peace. The reports from Peru of the exactlous and crimes committed hy tbe Mouton erm are horrible. The Chilians uro making prttpar.itions to evacuate tbe inirtlurn departments directly tin- pre? liminaries arc srrniicfil. (Mirers aiiiii-iuted by Igleslas will lake their pince-. Col.mel Ailoltn Salomon, a highly educated aud formerly weah liv Peruvian get Urine)!, li,.jt- Hie protocol sigurd by ijenlns 1-, Lima, whrni he was m.ile Hie i.'eipicnt of a regular warm welcome. There is uo doubt lilt His Chilians aaa really wm kim; Ior peact, tx* they make no stipulations respecting tba army cc navy ta ba maintained by Pera, or as te tka future pulley of Ihe couuiry, while "they npnesr tohavc nindi* sueit tcrin-a with tbe forelgu bondholders as war? rant thru promising to pa..* .*i0 per cent of tho uiiuiin pla? ined* to thc foreign creditors. THK REVOLUTION l.\ ECUADOR. |BV THK CF.MKAI. ANI.M.i I ll AVI lillie AN 1 l.I .Mill ____ ] GcAVAtQiiL, vin Galveston, Tex., June LS.? VclutcinlUa's forces occupi a Klrnng pusltluu si,,, I fully protectlag the city against nil att ttks of the ltisur gi fla I'asavi, June Ll-Sews from K<|uador stntes that the rebels sun mud Guvaq ill, uni hy feints and light attacks ke-j) Vcin'imllla and his (mops on the continual move. Sveial skirmishes leive talien place but tbe iiiiiniic: af Hraa lost hat bena small. Alfaro an-1 Parosll aro gradually tightening arounil tlie city. I'-ireig* i rs have pl.a.e 1 placards i-ii llnlr houses ng their ownership hy nootrala wim ai afraid of I tic re voliltlonl-fs, hut fear Ibe (invcriiuieiit Itimpi limy I.rink li..ne and bearii to plunder. Vin vim ?on- me -inn bb I dear. Seine himis have been euileafed, and Allard's men j.lfil it:;..elaun Ih* town oa tabs ICM Blt riling beg , ti a* about 1 a. m., mil was kept up until nearly 3 o'clock. Thf rifl.- and warbian gun lire a is Well t-ust.tlueil. nnd BMM silty camion snots were (Ired. Slime small shells fell In the city. I.nt did no hain*.. Vi .ntlln.lln de |e* ll- ls on the height A ta a. si a: Ills (li - _*be revolutionists <tastrt-> nol te ininti tba eitv. whim the Dlclalor's obMCl ls evidently so lo oomptuatllSB mal? ler*) as I-- iu.-uie I..e iii-tru linn of lu? towu. KILLED HY AN EXPLOSION. (DV Tit): Cl.Milli. AND StllTIl AMBIIIiaN 1 I.I I i'.KAHI. | I'.i i:\oh Ay);km, .lune 13, via (ialve.-doii.?Au explosion ooeurrril to- 'ay OU bnai.1 a tug In the Kio Chiie'ifl, kuli uk eight MfeCBM and seriously untiring nine ether*. tour wen- l.l-wii a RT-at iil?Uuiee mid horribly mtitilii ed, Mi.d ono was smashed lu p-MBB against a borne. _ AFFAIRS L\ CENTRAL AMERICA. Panama, .June St.?Mi. Turpiii, United St.it- s Vieei.'oinul ami Inopeetor of ( usloms ut I'm . - etui is for New-Voik t-id.iv i-u leave of absence. Cai> tain Joseph Kylie, of the Pensacola, also starts forborne U\ the city of Tara to-day, In ord r to uiiderKu tieatmt-rit Xor shortness of sight, which ls rapidly growing upon him. Two engineers of the Panama Itailroad hare ille-l In less than u work. One w_s scalded lo neath while in (travor Inc to s.iv t /.is traill In on nerlai, nt. Ile could have saved his own I.fe by Jumping, but ninny lives would have lieen sae. ilieeil hail he deserted lils eugine The second contracted a maliphant fever while assisting in rtuiiovlDK the wu-cke 1 train, ami m.al ullin th ice days. The heavy kho-.T. rs with which the rainy season has opened are di uioinlizlng (he culling* anti trtil.iinWn,,> :l of thc canal prc i-i.lnary works. Murders oiuilliiui) r.fe here. A buker dellvcriiiK bread In tbts elly ou Sunday I ist was shot ami Instantly killed by an unknown mau who met him aud was refused ?> cents' worth of bread on credit. Durltig the pa?t sli rn oin iii fifty murlers were.eoin ?titted la tba State at Bantaat'srrt three nf the most sparsely populated Alatrlefa 'ihe Government ls cu des vnriiif IO raise Its f-.rce lo H.ooo mea. J :ie Ann rican schooner Onualnu-aki lo.ently arrived at Aoijalin with a li-.i-l ot mun,Hons i-f Sir, shippen by J. Gutta, of ?-?m Fraiieii-e ,, it.r i f vol .it ia.miry purpoeaa The raaael owiomrgu wire rrfarl. ati tbttanais ami Lls crew tran Biads prisoners. Tim lraaeeoatlaantal Bailroad ismaking flo* progress lu Nlear.-.gua._ FOREIGN NOTER. Paws, Juno 13.?It is reported from tho Conj;') Uiver tliat Henry M. Htamey haa arrived at Braz? zaville with l.OOO men. M. dc Hrazza has a force of 200 Bsa* mai i aa aukte um progress. gfOi kii-u.m, Juno IJ?M. Thysellus, formei ly Minister of the Interior, bas bern sworn In as 1'rliun bttaaatar. The other Mlnlslers who reeeiillT tendered tbelr resl*rna lloiis have leniuieii their ponlollos. London, Juue Ul.?In ibe chess tournament to day Mark imle beat/iikei tort,-V.nai,n and Hellmann played a draw u.iiiii*. aud Itoseuthul lu at rUrlnll/.. t-T. Pi.D.iHiiii.o, June 13.?Great dauinge hus baa* caused by ll-iods in the. town of Harapal, In ihe (loveru uieiit Bl Viaik i. i'lucc persoiif have been drowned. vinNNA. Jun-* ci? a laaU-dlf baaeeeonei ia Kuezur mare. In ths duchy of liuckowlna, by which 112 hounes were ilrntmyed. I;i.iii.i>', .lune Kl?Hubbe, the yuline mau who wns e,in \ iel, 'i of uiurd'-rins and rebbtaga mom yletier earner lu Mitten last, was executed ber-' this uioriilii'.. liLULi!*, June IX?Mr. (-mall, a Tarnclllu-, has beeu clecu-i without opposition to a seat lu tue House of i om? inous for < ounty 9ft Steed, mn lc raeaat by the rcsliriia tlou of Mr. Hy rue, Home Hiller. Ali hi.ami, .M iy '22.? Tho volcano Ton-<urlro ls In violent eruption, -bcdisiurbauoobaa uot bteu soberere lu thal-on ye.ns. laoMxiN, iwmt l.'i.?L'lloste, tho balloon In which tho aeronaut left Houloime on Haiurilay, was recovered In the North Heil ea tue same tiny hr a I'renih Inxt'er bound Ior Antwerp. M. L'Hosle was san .1. IO) iv, June VA. ?The Ilrlilsii Diplomatic Agent here, Willi t-ic approval of the l!r:tl- iii-ivernniiiit, has st vi n I relations willi tho Htllliarau < iovt i aiinelil. (Klier for? eign rcp'-es'-ntattves enan tut views of thc Brftlab, as thev coBslitar me present Bdnilnlstretlffa of tho (iov eriiuicfti wit mm aateenty. /nv ok Miixico, June l.'l.?Ihe Government has or | -ri d ti oo pa to bc sent lo ihe new faM >ilffalaaa In tai.wcr ( niilornla for the presei vat iori of order. Tat ? ? ot thc Territory hat beea oid- r. <l nm to aiaslt ine.ii'-aiis iiuiil bs receives speoial laairnettoiia tia.m tba I', dei.il Hov. iiuncii'. i he i ri-iiins*-. of tm* iiggtegt hot I, ? :, ? Iii- lai'y coulliined. f'vii;--, June l.I. -Home exeitcmi nt has been caused In ie aa :-ccouiit of the nun , * . tatt votingMaluino tun h)f American missionaries. Arab lunatics uttenii-tetl io un'tieii: ihe loiivcrt, tint Slr K'.v.ur-l Malet, the HrllUh Consul-General, iiiiera*r.:ii nod prol>eoted him. It is pioouL-ic thai bc alli be cant te Cy ima fur safety. MR. GILL NOT IN COURT. Tba inquiry into tho .n - al condition of Jo.in Gill, wno is nllf_e,l to lie incap.iblu of taklug caro ol his properly, was to be coi.tli,ud yesterday in ihe fiipremo Coori room. All ihe Juror* were present but ono. The pa-tliloners Wt.ru rcpittsouied hy llo?vr A. I'ryorand John M Msno a. W.liiaiu 9. Hu we, who ap p. and in opposition, said thal sluoe tbe last hearing Mr. Gill bad beeu tulum away by one of tbe daughters, and ka bad a will al habeas corpus to serve upon Mrs. Jane Toole, wbo bal taken Mr. Gill away. Mr. Howe lD-lulred for Mrs. Toole, hut she was not present. He said tbat he hud made ellort* to serve the writ upon Mrs. Pooh-at h.r homo. General Tryor expressed hts willingness to proceed willi tbe lui|ulry, provided the other side would waive objections to tbe Bb. neut Juror. Mr. Howe said that h* would not proceed until all thc Jurors ?SM present. It was Ilnally arranged tbat tbe liearlug should ba adjourned until Monday. Several of Mr. Gill's daughters ond rela? tives wero In court, and Miss Harriet Woodhall was present. Wbcn the case bad been adjourned Mr. Howe was looking around In tbe bo-po ol finding Mra Poola He snld tkat be wenld see tbat tke writ wm served, and a crowd collected about him. among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Bnilth, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. QUI. Mr. Smith was anxious to express his feelings about Mr. OlU, ana be remarked: "We hare got him now, and wa are going to keep kim." 14 Well," said Mr. Howe, - we wilt see about tkat," and he took from bli itoeket a writ of habeas corpus and placed lt tn tbe hands of Mr.(Smith, remarking: "I here serve this writ upon you, and require you to produce Mr. (lill tn court. You are compelled to muke a return to the writ." Mr. Smith, somewhat astonished, replied that he would not take tho writ, and threw it upon tke floor. He was muck excited and insisted that he would do nothing aiiout the writ. Tho writ was directed to anv aud all person* having control of Mr. Ulll. Mr. Smith excitedly repeat fd that be wa. not to be bulldozed. He was filially persuaded by General Pryor to go home. The writ I*, returnable to-day. The ncighliors of the Woodku'*a take much luterest In tienflair and are delighted at ilie sisters* dUeomflture. They cxpress-i .1 the opinion 'nat night that nothing would bc seen of Mr. Uiil till Monday. They think that he ls staving at Mrs. Hmith's house. In Jersey City, though some fanc.v he is staying with Mr_. Poole. Will? iam Uiil said: " My father would have been In couit to-day if the cano had gone on ; as lt ls ho will he thero ou Monday."_ WEDDINGS YESTERDA Y. WtS Julia F. Squiro was married to William N. blackstone, of Norwich. Conn., at !>:30 p. m., yester? day, tu St. Tkonia-'s Church, the services being read by Dean Norton, of All Saints' Cathedral, Albauy, a cousin of the groom. The wedding wa* largely attended. I'he best man was Eben Draper, of Boston. Tho usher* were William C. Mowry, of Norwich. Conn.: Louis L. Blark stone, brother of tho groom; Wlllism H. Slater, of Nor wirh, and John Miller, of inls city. The bridesmaids were Mia* Agnes -quire and Miss Annie Squire, nieces of the bride; Miss Ella Norton, of Norwich, and MU* Lizzie Weaver, of Albany. They were dressed alike in short costumes of white Surah with fronts flounced with lace and crossed by broad satin sashes. Tkey wore Ualnaborough hats faced with dark velvet and Him mid with white plumes, and two carried pink _____ two Jactpu-miuoi roses. The brido wus escorted by her brother. Nt wton Squire, who gave her away, and the bride's mother walkod wtth her son, James Squire. The bridal costume comprised a white satin robe with court train, side plaiting*, and front of Vulenclcunt-s luce. The lace veil was caught witk orange blossoms anti the haul bouquet was composed of white roses aud lilies. A reception wus MM bi the parlors of the Hotel Bruns? wick, which we.-e decorated with eiit-flowrrs. The Reatta Included Mr. and Mis. Lorenzo lilackstone, parents of thc groom; H. B. Norton, Mrs. -.mimili:.* Norton, Mr. a .tl Mi*. F. .*-. (amp, John W. Mate-, Mr. uinl Mil. .I:n.iM tiOWtf, Mis-" Mewl?. Oeorge Carrol!. Mc ead Mm O. L. Johnson, Miss Fa-.inl. Young, of Norwich ; Mr. and Mr*.. Qaotpt "quir-*, of Kye; Mr. and Mn. Ai'ie.l Stiulre. of White Plains; Mr. and Mrs. II. rt. Iliirtshornc, Mr. and Mrs. 1-'. J. Huntington and Mr. aud Mrs. I len i > il. riant. In the First Presbyterian (Viuri-.i of Yonkers, last eveiilug, Miss Uracle mwBh> well. dung Uer of John W. Bm kwell, was m.u rle! to L*. Mn riinii. Bi goto, Jr.. of thia city, by the Btv. John Bei.l, the psstor. John C. K-lwards was thu best man. The ushers were D.-nlrl W. J.unison. Waring Bo< k-.v.-il. William (aller amt Bil war.I ______ . Tl.e lindi-m.ii ,s Watt Miss tieriiiiii- M. J ?? Fannie A. Waring, MM Hosie V. Lewie, Mt- Lats Odell mid MM Madeline oak? ley. Tiley were dressed tn tb i io! bob's rall* lui. and carried liiii'i i l? o? ros. i. The bri. lc wore, h.. ....... her _Tklta BM4S 1 >el. ta?t. lied v. ,, lt diamonds _ n-eepilon ww kt Isl the k une "t Mr. Kock well. No. Ul Ashburton--.'.-. EM i-nr alil sail by? llu- Mitta on M..tur.l.t>. Miss Maud Van Burcn, of A!':iiy. nn 1 I .eic, ster Holm.- wera mai ne I si 'In B ? lug a II ti . day!_-ornloK.lM the Btv. Dr. t. Stanford H-lne Tue r ?arope. TUE TRIBUNE TBESB AIR FUND. As trill ba MM from tbe li .'lites below, tile : ?i n?mi nf the work of the Fre?h-Alr Fund under thr management nf Tm. Iiiiiiim; Inglis ?nh I grant) - lng assurance nf pee n >?? tamptli tm eoutrlbiitiiitis t_| tta following Ml 1..1-.C It-en . k..o\t 1. dgf 1 mid Roiii-- nf tin lil ti ate ti eli -litil.. p ibll-hi tl ; It'll t'.f >i le Igmruu ure tiiewit'i r p-iiiel In ortitrthrii tl.?? p.lt.h.-rn.r.l of ?!fts to th- fnr..l io ,v I. ? i ? uplete lt. low will also bo found a number of lewers BM I kag ih * in tort -l wJil.'i ls VU In the work, and MgmttB| lu Mi it way much * I mt. Ai cnowucoG n n I >. Ilnlanrr from last ve..r. ?' 11 oil,,i.,ii Ml! if, lr. asiii. r. A. I I r.gn-iii, BulUi.tl. Vi. ?? Mttlfl tine." P.rta, fl IM ! ....... Beiht-I of i'lymoiitii t nun ii, BrootUyu, V . L<*liu_" ? ' I' . i iiiirch, loltit ai-rvi.. i.n N \ ? ii. l.ir, ito, l*sj. r. a. hui* . li.-ii.li- i ..ii I is, Woodworth, vs ia . i.Mi , proceeds ot o lair held at Platu* h. a.:. .-ai in I.I mig. *, Brook tn. V li. ?? iii len?." Jones < ny. H. J. Chris!.. . got il., "-'list Unuinsgauoaal ( ti uro ll mho lay * hool. \ix-L.|,,|.ii,, < ..i.e., tl.r11.15h lt, IC. Mm. . Mabel rosier, OU City, Peas. Pron ods id a .'..ir i..-.d by . _jrlil i . wood, N J_. Mab-!. MuUir-nil M.iiitl, PUIadcld. M. J. Wii.imiu liun lay Perouse. .Sew Yolk illy. Proceeds Ol a tilt brid In II i.s. a, tt, V . bv live lit i. girls thrungli Mai/ L, ..ii. ii .-.i?ur. r _ I i. 1882 -i. ? ot a fall n.-..I In Hi-niki. h. v. Y., oy tome yo ms' atria, 'brou* - Bomb_ Brick (i.neil But-day Hmo. Yolk ciiy, t.il.mi;.i i.rutil .-ijuile, li.I ir,all. "Ma. ?'.. IMUS.". A-kelch.M..ri-tla. lin. Arlhnr, "'Hough Ueuige A.i'Iirclr .1 .|, ... rn rt, li I. M. ll Om "mtmiiioii. Ti lin. I ' .-It .i ..ul Ol thc l,i .. . mir.ii Osw.-fo, S. Y , tlir.uu'h lt. J, li. .lt:... Treas.. A bos nf clotnlng tioiu lin- m. .m. r? ot ti.,. M .iheiV .iiei-tiugi.r ,**o.itli lit :h ('hem, Penn.. _ Mitgiret llootl. r.tHl Tolal, June VJ, lt WS . |M1 97 jiu: Vi'oitK 09 fOOMO BBOOKLYJ GIRU. To the Editor of The tribune. . Sui: l)urin_- the fNttt winier MOM JOWMS giru nb.ml twelve ye;ira of age in l!rool;lyn derided to girt up a fair tor "TM 'I in ni m. desi-Air Killel," ami by WOfkUlg lin-ii*. Ins and ihelr Mends the] w.-ie able to in ile- u very I,a nimmie sum of iiiiin-y, 'The iitttprit-tors of Ihe Mammm Hoii-.i In Itu lissi, verv kliully assisted t'lfin liv placing at their disposal a large room ts it li light, etc..etc. Very many ... t.t-l.-s contributed wen- ninth by the young girls thonin-hes. T he eommn |M who ma li the -i iaugi-ii.e nts am! SO siicct nsfully cur ii.ti tiieio out mm Mlsaa* Nely mill Flan MteMr, Anna Batta, I.l/rie nntl .-satire Mat unit O nice M. H,-r eomii, anil t_*?y were ubi. a sisti .| i.y Pnsay Lewla, Altos uud eiisie King uud lit ii.m McooO?tU lint tori la, strutt d BM lo send tint uni..un! untamed ttl you. ?lin ii 1 lu ii-nj tlo, and foe wiii phire lind lueloatd thong tm hmo. a. Newlork, June 1, I tit,7 ii on I ti i .'?I'S! ll 78 -IUO MOM :..i ? vj ~l -00 Wi iii - ? .T 18500 il M 1 no ,'i uti MM A CH I UV.. .-A VI NU.*.. To the Ld i tor ol .'if 1 rf, une. Sm: Tlie went li'i is getting mi warm Mint I Hiip p .si- ? tm will noon be *< ml I ni; the |.r '.itileehllilr.-ii into tn. cou tiliy. Bo I Mi-illhlt iiiiiiim that I have mttOi in my iittitt pane thai you may mud a UUta eight-year-old gir. like mysi-li. Maiu.l Kum ku. OU city. Pt mi., April IS, 1883. < oura i. pTVJtKBn porxo a goos mn To the Editor of The Tribune. Sm: rieiise iiini Indonedn dnft i'?r $8 ?">!. lin- pu ice. tit ut a tnir ht id lusl *-..tui'lay in Iii. u-.i, i-.v Ive UUta gtl-li You MOW there are a irita, iii.iiy etiiiii-ntN iii i'i,i Boll l'...v. ini'i, .mil win iii\ir VB iee <? " went " fur Lilli ri.nl li. . I. ..'ir ;...:. n../.o us. ho v.i linnie m..rc linen y t'laii ? e rxpecti ll. Plena'- M ..d worded we mas .now thai tba di ah has been nc. lived* .. rp.-.Ililli . , U till LltlN. Ithaca, June 0, UM A BOTI Hoi.I.AU. 7 ii t li e P <11 t n r af T h _ 7 i- i I, u n e. Snt : Tlie atorf cf tho Pteah-A-I Fund in thc-June iiiiiiib._r of AV. SmmUmt Ml very iiiurh intee* .sled my Utile Arthur (seven years of agc', ami this morning lu- handed um **1 flinn his penny saving- to Scud to In-!,, h. un tittle boy ot girl In a vacation this .mumer. Inclosed pl Bait timi ch. ck for tin- amoii.it. (.l.OIUi-. A. I'KI'H HA lill. Seaport, R. I., Juue 8, 18S3. I MM A " VKKV fsMAIX" (UiiL. To the. Fd it or of The Tribune. Sm : I uiii very hui.ill uinl can't writo g-on.1, but 1 want to S'litl slime looney io 1 uk TldliONK Freah Air lund; ao here lt in?live dollars. __UnMnv800n* Newlork. Juna ll, l-e-U. FRACTURING A WOMAN'S SKULL Fiances Davis, w twenty-four, of No. 47_ Flr-davr., quarrell-J last niglu with William U'Couuor ubout tbe payment for u room which he occupl?d lu tho bouse. O'Connor picked up au iron bar uud dealt her several blowa on tim head wltb lt Mhe waa taken to Bellevue Hospital, win re, her skull I* thought to bo frno. tured. Her a-saiiaat was arrested by Officer Kiernan and locked nit lu the Eighteenth Preoluot Police biatiou. The Tribune lncntiona Pony Belmont aa the coming Democrat. It la our Impression tbal ilr. B.l uioui has nut oaly come but gona. llhe Uraohla, THE TONQUIN AFFAIH ITS HISTORY AND ITS VICTIM-ATTITUDE OP ENGLAND AND GERMANY. [rBOM TOE REQlLaUl COBBESPONDKKr Of THB TlttRUftB.1 I'auk*, Jans 1. Paris baa had a week fertile in sensations and emotions The news of poor Commander Riviere's death profoundly affected men and women of every party. All those who knew him were really at? tached to him. IIo was in the highest degree inter? esting and his mind waa broad and many-sided. Faculties which contrasted strongly with each other gave bis moral and intellectual being a very distinctive character. He was both a dreamer and a man of action. The happiest boars of his lifo were those iu which he was absorbed in his owu thoughts, reflections and day-dreams. And still, to the friends wbo met and associated with him in Paris ho seemed, above everything oise, a Baila vanlier. Thirty-two years of his life wero spent in active service in tho navy, ne was a brilliant and vigorous writor, and he n-iurishod tho hopo that ono day, perhaps, he might wear the palms of an Academician as well as laurels won in battle. Hut his pen was a poor medium for conveying his ideas, unless when he was on blue water. If ho had tho idea of a work of Action ia his head, ho did not attempt to realize it wbcu ho was on terra linnn. " Cain " and " Pierrot," two masterpiece! of literature, were written on board a war frigate during long voyages. Tim former deals with the passion of jealousy, ita gratification and chastise? ment. Cain's conscience is his hell. Riviere did his account of thc rebellion of the aboriginal popu? lation of New-Caledonia M he was returning to Kuropo from that settlement. This chapter of French colonial history appearod two yours ago in Madame Adam's Kcview and established tho author's reputation in the work in which Tacitus excelled. The style had tho quality of terseness without being dry. In a few words au imago was 1> nv ii fully presented to tho mind, ns in a few strokes of tho brush Titian did a t>oitrait. Riviere was an habitue" of Madame Adam's salon, of Mlle. Valtess-'s boudoir, and was at many of the Manaraglic-ll in the winter of 1881 by tho Mexican, Carmona. He waa also on a footiug of intimacy with Madame Do Ncrville and her daughter, Madame Auliernon, and appeared to enjoy himself at their very fast balls. .Mail uno Rivit rc lived in seclusion at Mantes with her rela? tives. She and ln-r husband liked each other, but in a friendly and PUl-mle mani,ci. The ill-starred Commander spent a week with lier hnfu.c im started on tho Tommin expedition. lu a letier la .M. Lii'l'-vic Bnliey ho give an exquisite word-picttiro of the Seine, its hanks and thc landscape beyoad it which was vlsiblo from the ile--k at which bo was writina; of his own impressions and thc melan? choly which had taken hold ol lum. llo believed that he was gifted with Mead sight, mid dad a presentiment that the romrii-sioti he h-ld, to tdd thc valleys of tho Bad and Ulai k rivers to thc solea les af Fianc.-, aras his deal h-\. arrant. lb- hail lori tr wished for an 0\ ?porlunit v tn play tin-re a lu-ro's part, and willed deliberately ami steadfastly tbal ho sboald he seat da! io tike up theraaatngol Oarnltr. aba waa killel aiaa agu m Ti)n-|iiin. Nu aeeaaf va - Ma desire salisAsd than tin- aeartettea aiasa la Ms ariad tbal ba had dont- a bad Hung farbisssslfi aad ii ni teaaated tata. BotnetMllg told lum that he was ddOBMdte dieu cnn I death. Thc in unin^ un which In* left Paris li aaM 1 '' I feel like a man Wlio is ginni** tn exerii tiiia. I was never in mv lifo sn -MSatbla lo tbs beaatMaaf a wintry climate, lt ia tba last tun.- ] Bball enjoy them in l'aris." Coauaander Bivt-We waa aa etraaea looking na he w.i . \,"rilli u. ji? looked tailer than h>- nally waa had broad shoulders, a deaf chest and a physiog liniiiv th.it WBB at mn.lOQaOBl in it * POWef ta ex pies. Uai 'tnpiex aad many-sided intellectual sml ni'-ial natnre. int-:cs'mg ati-l only. Tba Byes wi r bln.k aa I'.i,Ima. Whoa the smil behind them wai ut :-il tliey luokeil dream.* ai.tl sombre. Hut win ii sroased hy aaalallty ardlaeaasloa, and when tba c )? n .itinn was ailivc, they literally blazed ii'i-i I'.-'-k-*. Mis lips wi n- tunk !?' -, und tin* mouth was wilie. Tba ether (satans were iiia-sivc, but at i'm -mic tun" ni'ilulc. A ti i-a* nf hair dava a lemmie asp ct to tin* lnad. The wh sin-is were Imii:, aad tba parta af tbaaa tbal Iud turned gray vt ? i .Iva -1. Iii giving orders, K-ichefiirr, who kneiv ('oniniauiler lim-Nic iii Near-Caledonia, tera tbal ba di.i M, wh"iher in erdiaary nliaainalsiioea ?r in il sager, in a deep, full voico mid with a traiii|iul ?tanner. Qabaltayad ia crowdingoat bad passioas in ihe lunn.ni heart by BPpe liing to good senti iiiei.is. la paraaaacs of tbia belief bs aetermlaed when he had, iu Now-L'.iic,luina, to deal with a for ai ida bia uiaaneotioa el tbe eborgloee, toara Iii-- ( i-:ini,um-ta th.re and turu them mn an auxil t:irv riihiv. They liehavctl admirably, altboagh tbey might have mas acred tbe regaler eoldiete aad i- ip -I tai Australia. Hut none of tln-tn -I aa] di---?;ti--ii to mutiny. Riviere took i ?? Hie in-' ii.itch of tboaa wbe weraaaiaeatieda a -i mn sa kimi to them as to win their gratitude. Wi tn bear Mn talk at etadaaae ia Berrille's tabla ?aaldaaytbal bs waa mi attot eo>piis aad had inuit* up Ilia ii i inti that virluu hail BO iln liug-pl sea iii tho li u nm ii heart. He waa a very brilliant talker, Kui a- yean areal ea Moa bebaaaao a iiiouitli)gist. Latterly ho was deaf. It was a mi xi iii of his Unit France had b-cn too long ga v.; nei li*/ eaiimt kuics tbraagb vicious wonara for petticoat (n.veri.ir.iiit of tbs least respectable kind tot yoi to be a great power in thc State. This is why, he i-aid, he made it a point to keep on friendly terms with demi-monde actresses. lt w::s iiiii -of these sirens, a Ulla Valtcsso, who md rested Oasabstta la tim Toaaala aisodlttoa, She iiiaiiiiuvicd in Hus wiso luiore aba made bar ntl.icu tia tbs iii--.it. nrator: Fir-t, t-> Iii mi herself p.ililli* attention hil' gave ii' lui villa ut St. ('lund u seditious I> 1111111.*t t-i windi Imper.alis! I?den ami afssselnbes wete invited, aad ? gem ral uni Bald miicers bt-ioiiKing to an inljucont camp. A grandiose kIiow of lireworks attracted humbler soldiers and civilians to tho enlritns nf her grounds. Mlle. Val tease treated them and gol th-in to erv : " Vive I'l.lupin*!" Tbs wlmle press of l'aris for several days alter talked ni BOtblag hut her fftto. While lin- ilium*-mihi w as Hedi she wrote to Gambetta to iiave aa aiidieneo ol' him at the I'alais llmirbon. 1 'here she lainl to hun ii iiieni-n'.in I mu OO TODQaia an-1 Ita agricultural and mineral lesmirccs. She saul that Aux herself wis th- authur. Hut it was wiitlcti bf Cuinmanilor liiviere. A SSOOOd nullum- wai asked and accnr.leil, and (iainlictt.l aiid Mlle. Viiltesse remembered they wen- neighbor! nnd ailsa saw each other nt Sf. (.'lund and Ville d'Av ray. He thoroughly adopted tin- Views set turill ill ile- lil-'liinl a hulllil which iiy ins orders aaa published ia Ibo Opportunial prints, When le* rorined a Cabinet In* l-i-i im lum* in Bending Riri-Jra to take Ha-Noi ami b civil 111-,'iiie-1. M. ruche, to inspect I fte emil, copper, iron and othei mines ila Borered l>y Unpins. Mile. Yal:-*-.c nu ihe day ol Gan betta's funeral aeotto a IfoasroMsl journal photograph* ol tho letters thal bad paasod -between her aud him. Boob is the history ol the ronquln affair, Ki % it I, ? iv ns a free-thinker, and yet superstitious ami a I-, li-\-1 in spuitiiai and psychical agencies. He waa petsaaded thal niraelea ceald lie worked hy wishing and willing with intense strength. Tho laat year ho was at home ho found that Ins will was il.iceni. I bis alarmed Mia. Without ovcrweeniiiir strength of purpose he Iel I thal he cnn ld hoi, wi I li Ino uu-re lund till of soldiers snd marines forming tin- corps 1"' was to take m; tu ii.*,.Nu, hulil bia own against tbe armed multitude Ui.it would he sent to attack lum. lu short, he lost fri i I li in lum*-i*if. The latest lulviecs state that ho was feebly defended by IBO marnies, pi tin- bead of wbleh be mada ina sortie, and niat tin- -JIU) linesineii who followed lagged bubiud when tiny suv that hu waa attacked. Ile was captured alive, taken to a native stronghold, uud w.tn lonio other CBP>tiV>ea 1 111 pu li.l. Tba Ha-Noi tragedy has stirred Franco to har very heart's core. No doubt the ToniiuinitSs wore only defending their ualivo aoil aud institutions whim they Btt ashed and killed Kivie.ro aud his com? panion*. Hut French peuplo. with thc exception of Hoc lief ort and sumo eccentric writers, do not tnko this view. Smile urticles in tho London dully pupers havo had tho elleci of fat thrown into a lire. (Jue of them spoke of tho Kiviere expedition usa lihbusteruig altair, and taunted the Ft sa llb willi employing tho swords which tbey v ere impotent to Ueah iu the bodice of Gennaii soldiers i making a raid on the harmless population ot the Red Uiver Valh-y, While the Knali-.li press menaces, lectures and uses strong language, tbe German papers, and still more tbe (mveiinoiiit, urge M. Jules Ferry to show a proper spirit and not allow John l'-uil to browbeat him. tugland Just uow is hardly leea detested than Uer many. A Minister told me two days ago that sines Lord E. Fitzmaurice replaced Sir Charles Dilke as Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affair the in? solence of Downing Street had become intoler? able. There ara two oorreuta iu the French Ministry. Ouo runs in the direction of prudence, and the other toward Jimjrol.rn anti an ouergetio policy at home and one , of adventure abroad. The Ferryites are for letting "I titre not. wait npon I would." The Garabet tists are for rustling ahead. To-day's Le Foltaire is for showing a Imbi tront aud annexing thc whole of'Ttmeele and Annum. The Crown Princess of Germany last week ex Eressod a hope that the French might take oth. " If thoy do," she said, " they will materially weaken theroselTe3 and the next time we invade aud conquer them wo shall demand as p.irtof|the war indemnity their Chliie-s.!po9s.ssions." Au English friend of the Premier, who waa informed of tbe desire expressed by the Princess, told him of it. He said tie could uot believe lt; ('orman di? plomacy, in tho Interest of German merchants trad? ing with Cot hin China, had so frequently assured him that Prince bismarck hoped huco ?** to Com? mander I.ivie.if. It was on this occasion hinted that England, being now mistress of tho Suez Canal, might cut off an expeditionary army from its basis of operation.., or oblige it to go round tho Cape of Good Hope. To this it was replied that she could only do so with the consent of Europe, for her title to hold the waterway in question was not yet estab? lished, und that Germany would contest it if she went to stop the transit of an expeditionary corps uuder outers for Tonquin. THE 1vEaU;HER BEP0R1- ' GOVERNMENT INDICATION* y?y.f):)*ts far Cit pitt tmnotpfbmr hvtrt. Washington, Juna 13.?Warm southerly winds .ind fair weather continue on the Atlantic Coast. Local raina have prevailed in all other diatricta, fol? lowed this morning hy cooler, fair weather and north? erly to westerly wluds In the Upper Lake region and Northwest. Tbe temperature has fallen about 10? In tho Lake relton and Central Minali-.Ippl Valley; lt has risen slightly on the Atlantic CVast aud tn the extreme Northwest. Indication* far to-dug. ForNew-l.ajrland and tho Middle Atlantic -"tate*, ll~ht rnins, followed by cooler, Blear lag weather, southwest to northwest wloda. rising barometer. For the Lake i t-ruou, generally fair weather, winda shifting to west and south, rlamg followed by fulling barometer, stationary or Slight rise lu t<- iu pet itlure. For the Upper .Missl-slppl mid Missouri Vulleva, alnrhtlv warmer, fair weather, winds shiftlns to south aud iv vat, lower lui onie t ir. Tl.IBtJNG LOCH, OUSI'.i.VATIIVi . iviilulttril T_i-_ll*ni!_ r.j, ''hlj liMbi ..altt Hat* (if' itl.UNi.* of tl.e. fm tbe 14 _-a? titer.:ln| ..iltnl.ht Tu. Irr> |.i_r whit* IU* irpirirnt* th* o?cl!l-Jt>_J , th- nerrnrj .!urit,_ th...* h.mr* T.i* 0i._*_ ar _gU**i Hu, rtprt.-BU tb* .?rl?t.).. In l.,?,.,?..?* _*l*dlc__*4 tl IU ?-?i-t rn -tr _4 Omi ill'il'li.i.Mil l*__*_j Tatars- tttttOB, Jun* 14-1 a. m.? Tiie movement In th. barouiMer wm downward yesterday BBttl C'rn'.ng. wle-n tim mercury beean to rise. Fair weather was followed in the. ufteranou by cloudy wcuth-r and 11,,'ht raina. Tho teinpt-r.iture ratsrel b-tween (i'ia ami Hf, tho averuife i"'-''!_ 'i heln_r ,W jiVher than on the oorre spotidlni- dav l*?t year .nd 1 ? iowcr than on Tuesday. t . ir mid fair weather may be expected tu thin city aud vicinity to-day. A Ml Uti) AND US PLEASANT DAY. Tho weather was limp ycsteril.iy, and it dung. Clothing iilsodivcl ped a remarkable ten.louey to cling. Thc d iv was not hot -at le .tl not so much ho ut previous- tort hid been?for the ti.ei.iioi,ieter rad on;j 84* dagieaa al Ma wangea, pei. of tin. dav?iioiui-li.it the ere it amount of moisture in UM air amt tlie HP together produced a di-i.rct.slng effect People did im' 1.i-i-. ? rapidly, They Mane?red j they Meanie.1, they Mawed1 Tin ie -vin mo -nc thing Ot a breeze, but lt nilly hinted at what might have been. Tho conical puce wus the liitdg-. Travt.l there was fl ry light, however, for tho clouils that Obaeurtd the beavens kept people from Ike structure. Thoa. who crn'SC'l lt vail moally country people, and fhm, found a delightful, hiur-lnu'. (tftsHlBf o. ::-.: eil ..\,i fl up from the bay, .md malle them forget " Um taree mod 'he fret " for the time bel,ig. At 3 p. m. the mercury UOOi at 80 ?, nml r. iimini-il nearly ut lli.it p.tint for two hones, wal!. Immunity retained IU feeling of oppression. At 9 ii'tlni't tho air became mmOmUtXf cooler, tho result, un>loutitt til v. of tin. n'iort shn'ver of rant whieh fell at ?J i.'fin. L, und Heel that Hmo on lifo waa moro cu tlnrttit'c. Thf folio wing caws of prostri'ion liy the heat were imparted : Ceoaix, .i.fi in. nf Ko, ill Waahtogta_*al, wm sun. strut k win eu* w..r-on Pier No. SA, Bm Uiver. I'm., il. Mn hali., of No. ltiCliatham-st.. wm taken sick Bl Ililli."h Bridge on ace ned of I he heat. N - tm:, Catha risk, aaa forty-two, or Po. SSO Watta al., w o? ovci.ie iii Ira il of No. .'ll Van dcwiiter-iif. Nli h vi iN?, .Inns, wu* overcoats at Mx'cciith ?t. amt Avenue ll, urn. was i .moved to lila houio ul No. t'.i'A Weet Pitt, Hi rd at. W.iu.i.-., .11mi -. ii narpenter, Urina in the Boulevard ai Elglitlet- -'., was prostrated while winking se a MW building in Uut'-hundrodtli st., hettreea Niuth and 'Ifilth liven. -,-,nii unknown mau. about thirty-live, years old, nc. ni:.- Inaenatbta from the 0feeteBf the Beat la front of No. HOI Last Kuli'v-iltthn'. abo.it noon. Tin- jioi.o.- m-iii ulm to th" l're?!iyirtii.ni Iioapilal. STORMY SUMMER WEATHER. Caui!<>i.i.to\, Mo., .Juno 1:1.?A terrill, wind ?tent ?!*itcii tiiis altj > i - -1.. ;.tv ead tee aitlseas But aa the r ct .Jar.* for biifcty, bul u. very serious ia Baft **is tlnne. ('un i it nilli, Mo. June 13.-A torn ido visited this city iin.l tilstiiet yesterday, doing coin.dorublo tlauiago. M i'i ink's engine loom aud J. L. Myers's barn weie un? roofed and Ibo High Bahes, bell-tower wat dahli!.'.'.-. Curry's bara was iii ive I from tts fn.mitatioii. The i.-hI ili-iu-e of 1). nuts Wolf, live milos soutiieaat of herc, waa demolished und the family were curried a distant-.> of ..i.otit 500 feet thrungli i lie air. Mr. Wolf was killed it nd ala wife's afeall wa*ba-liy eat. At Utica. ii--nr hen-, ibo KuiiiiMi brick ah-ursh was demolished, and at sumner etty, eighteen niles soatbweet, bUtob bolldliiga were deetroyed. Thousands Ol trees were uprooted am) three Iniiiina of the apple c:.>p ar.nu.il here was destroyed. OBITUAEXT" TIIK l'KIWF.SS BOTH, OF HAWAII. B___F____.cUs3o.J___. ISL?Tha Princess Bath. of Hawaii, lt tlc ul. 'Kith Kcellkoliiul was the sister of tin- lute King Kauioliuuii-liii aud was boru February 19, isl**.' DEATH OF 0HABLE8 BAKTLBS, Tuknton, N. J., Juno I'A.?Charles Martie*!. one of the bett kuowu ineii In tills Stute. died nt Flem* iiigion to-day at tho ago of eigiity-thrce. Mr. Hurtle* wai a luilt t i'd tO the hat iu 1S.'3. He waa couiiccted wit li Un-(aulden mil __tOboy Kailroatlin its earlier tluys, waa a (lirector ni lue Ueirtdere-Delawara road at tue Hmo of his death* aad waa preeldeut of the Plead?gtoa branch of the United U.illroad* or New-Jersey. Mr. Burtle* wes a classmate Ol William IL -eward ut I'uiou CaUtfa. _ JAMES AMBROSE BELoOV, Jiitiu's Atubro.se Nelson, age titty-live, of No. tSS I- isl .Nniefc-i-uih-st., died on Mouduy of put-umoiua. Ba was well known on the east aide of town, where he bad lived ull his lifetime Hi- was ii vountcer flromun tor twent v-tlvc yeiirs: lir^t In tho " Hucket llrlgadc," theo ns a mcuibci' of Knglne Conipiinv No. 44. known aa "Old link," and later u? a member ol Ba fina Cnip?y No. ii.', whan the paid Fire Depariment wa* oraaalaed ha became ao engineer In the Pit. l>epurimeut ot Long Island (.hiy. i Ue fuuer il takes pl iee to-day. Colgate A-Co'? Cmhinere Itinnui-! Toilet Soap.?The novell v unit eic -lit in n il sii.iutlioi in imrlu.uo aro tlitri peoui* Ul ImtauailiiU. ol tills lu .tu 18.104.22.168 ai tlcio. ( eml'ti mil y (IO* Tn be comfort_, Mr off tln< bot wi at her. wear one of the Ik-lit. I I.-../! ?iiit_ to tinioninl at A. lUyniond ._ (o.'a, '201 ami3Ml Broadway, aadceraer l-'ulti'n amt Nas-tau. Thar hSTl thSBI la 1t_T_P .seeiaui-lcera, 1'oUKeea. <_o ; tliolr all* Hool (.'asiluiert liuslueas Muna ai $10 ute tit-at hargalua. Mmoke " Welcome" Cicnretlea. JliU', awool anl il.-li.r.ittt. Dur uo.v brau-L l.OOllWIM A CO. MARRIED. FflFNf'H-f OURTEft-At Park Presbytfrlvi Church, Newark. N.J? un Thiirattar. June 7, by Ihe Kev. Ur. J. ( lenient Kiciieh. iwtslatotl liv Iiii ii uer. Dr. l.tlw.u.1 W, Fi null, of Jerrtey etty, i rank W. I u uiii, ann of the officlat i.iK t .t-i *?) iii*iit. lo .lo-iu'iihit' t'..uittii, ol Newark. Hut.Ml NAN Ul.'liKN-la New-York, Juue lil, at the llueklnitli un llniiil. by tho Kev. J. ..tait-oru Holme, ll. ll.. Mi. I ci. .*stor liol.it-, ot New York, to Mitta -M_ud \'au linn.u, ul riiiiKiikneoaie. Nu cartis. lI(iWAlllJ-llKllMAN'(JK?ou i'ueaday, Juue 12. by the Kev. J..tm llutctiin*. aitlie llefut tacit i.linr.-li In ellen vi ll... N. Y., Julia T. HovvarO. Jr., ol llruoklyu. N. Y., au.i Pamela M .1 vin. ilaugiiter of Hie uir Jacob ll_.nn._uce, of Klleuville. Moulin.I. ?i" KM'KU?ou Tuesday, June Vi. IHha, hythe Ber. Hr. lrmr.lt l.olideU, Winiam W, Mumu tu Lydia !?_,, youue-_ttlau*ht?ro( tue late William ti. >peucer. WAI.1.KK CANN1NU--LI Stockbrtdce. M_a?. June 19. by Lewellyn fruit, ll. 1)., ot ll.i ilunl. and tue Kev. Arthur Lawieuee, Kraok Waller, of New- York, to Almira, daughter el h. W. li. t -uuiii., ol ntockbritlge. All notices of naniaijet must be indorsed with full nain, und NM DIED. Alil?K-onTuesday, June li, t'banotte Franoea, daughter of Waliei aa J lila ration Aobe. Funeral eerrlura at il o'clock o. ui. Thurttlay at No. 140 I'rot I'Ct t lilai e. Uro .kl} u. ALLKN?Un Th-j-aday. Jane 7. at Hoaicwood, Moutroas, N. J., artur a week'a lllucss, Bjlirf oluioua AUeu, aocuud daughter ol lloraUo aud Mary .il..aortas . C'Uai lea wu. 8. C., pauora yleasa ou_i/. DIED. BRONSON-At Rockford, III., Jims I), Un, Herr K. Brim' sen, wife of tbs Hon seymour O. Bronson, eldest daughter or the late Hon. Hath M. Oates, and sister ol .President Mer. rill E. Oatss, of Rutgers Colleirei 0 ko rou -Mrs. lint Oeerga. widow of Nathaniel Oeerce on We.lns-Misr, 13tn last., at ber resideuoe, lil Volt Him st., ?(;o-l 77 year*. Notice of fuuersi Friday. hoi. vi ks-.rn Hrooklyn, June ll. Andrew Hui mst. In the 70th year of bis age. Relatives and ti-len-is are respectfnlljr l.ivl'-M Matte il ths funersl from bin Isis resilience, 2S Atlantlo-ave., on Thura dar, lita last., at 2 p. m. MI.Ni" ll-On Tuesdsv. Juna 13, Julia Csrollus Miner, widow of the Iste Winlura Mlnsr. M. D., and daughter of tbo late Cornelius TisDout Williams. PARK?Suddenly, of hesrt dlee*ss. st her lats residency. Ry* Westchester Co., W. V., Mary T., wife of Joseph Park. Retail* ns sod (den-ls srs invlte-l to litton! her funeral front Cbrlat Church. Ilye, Saturday. Juno 16th. at 13" n. m. Carriages will tic a' Rye depot oo arrival of the 12 ta. tralB from New-York. Please omit flowers. ROBERTS On June 12, 1883, John F. Roberta, lawyer. Med 5 tl years. Fuuersi services at St. stephen's Church, comer of Teffersia st snd I'stciisn ivtx. brooklyn, on Tfcursday, Jane U, it 1 o'clock p. ia. Friends are Invited. VERPLANCK-On Monday evening. Jans ll. Adaline E., eldest tla-a Hitor of tbs I tte Phillp A Verplanck. Fucsral services at Oi-S'-s :'burch, cornel' 10th-st. and Broad? way, on Thursday murmur at 10:30 o'clock. T ease omit Howers. WHITE?On Wednesday. June 13, Norwin White. In the "Hth roar of lits us Fun i.ii at the ? tint::-, ot the Covenant, corner Park-ave. aud Sith -st, at 4 p. us. Filday. Special Notices. A.- Tb Ike Ti ade. In consequence of ths lr.croa.ied duty which our Govern mr-nr. lias thought wise to levy oa Impnrtad Champagne* alter the 30tb lost., we bec to Inf-rra you that ths pries ot "PIPER HEIDSIECK" AND PIPER "SEC" will be a.tvanccd $1 par basket or cass ro'poctlvoly afte* that ilats. JOHN' OSBORN. SON tt CO.. AgeDtA for t'nllod States anl cana.!*. 45 Roarer st., York, aud No. "U St. Hacrement-st., Montreal Artistic Ho i).i>la The NEW. F. nolan i) 9 H vni vc v/iiiES. nartforJ, Cl IX Quarries ail VV'i'icshvr Westerly, H. I. Kine monumental aa-l li in Un < w >rx ia Ortall >. Drawl ni ainli'sti.'iiit*sfnr*iislu-.l Without -:liar/>. C ircec-nd i io (i llctts-l. .V. Y. Ollie. I.MI B'wsy. C W. CANFIELD. Ag6. For the riammer - A gentleman aul wits . VinarlcaiH) without children, ilesiri) ti tansell irg-s 'it th: homo of afaav i;y who wi.l speu-1 the s l n-aer-iil of tisvi; will gie.) Omi if reference* as to undoubtsl raip totsDiuty ail rm Halts c ir*. fuluesa, ate reidy at oiitulfdaslrdd. Please ad ires I MAtf ha rr.) \.Tiiouiieotiiciv_ What Ibe IYiM-l" Ta ld Illili. T1IKY REPEAT THE STORY AND MAKE IT .VTitoNUKU-REVEAUNO A SECRET. From The New York Star. Wc publish the following from The New-York stir, which has. as -villi bc ae?u. fa ly veriUeil tbe facts. The Star st iuds tu Um front rank ot tbe gi oat mettopolltsa dalila* tor the sc curac/ and rclla'tllity of Its nowa: I see that Th- Mar copies that lamons ftrtlclo ou t'.s'lttll-* foyle cue, wlilcti was published la tho Binghamton pacers a sh-irt lime sin. e. No wonder, tor lt wss thu talk of ths town. We nat v. rieapiead interest has been created ol late yt?ars by any similar affair. Being In Blnghatutvi, ami somewhat sceptical as to tbe facts, 1 invested a few hours in looking Into tlie case for my owu pei atonal satisfaction. I tint Inter viewed Ut. Robert W. Musher, the druggist la who** storB thaciiivi-saiao between himself. Mr. Michael OullfoylB aal tbtia.iilio; i-f ?* Why He (jut: Burnie**" took place. ?? Dr. Kosher," said your correspondent, "ls lt true tb? Ml-lai:-. (.uilfoyle, amsii now about seventy-dee year* ol a*/-*, was cnn d of ihcuuiatism by amotllclue called 1'akMB'I TOMO aile: having been completely disabled by that Ui.sses for ievsr.il yeats I" "Yes. ali*; tliat story I* one of tho few printed In tao news? paper tl. it absolutely may be TaKEN K. il ITS FULL FA< I VAI.tUS. It ls solid ami simple fact." " Plea*-- repeat the mala points." ??Willi plemure. As stated in Hie article pnbll?:isl both he*-e and ia New-York, Mr. (Juiifoyle was subjected tea pro. foii'nl aita, k .-f iheiituail-ni?one of tho wor.it of blood div eas -s -ubout thirteen years ano. in splM of all that could bs donn he grow worse Irom year toy-Mr urflll he wss obliged ttl i his business, having becumo autlrely crlppl-1. For the greiter part of ten yesrs that mau, who was uatura.ly strong ai.d acth e. was shat up la lils house ex. e;it at 1 ?'? r vals, wh sn he was able to hobblo painfully about the si reels willi a cane." ?? 1 understand Uist. Now, permit mo to ask ?" "Ono moment, please. If you Intend to write about Mr. Onllioyle'scsse voa ms> say ibat when he was wholly btafcaa down snd uulveis illy ie.-ardi-.d as incurable I Said bira ths Hist bottle of PaRKKU's Toxic. Ho began to linp-uve at oneil, sad In ii few months wss ag tin following hil old pursuit, and ls at lt still. That ls the undeniable trutli Au.l to my ku >wl ?ealge ti.e only remedy he usual was 1'akki a's Toxic, for I sold him all lils metllclne. You were about to ??r?r "I merely mt-a:it to ask." said The star c irresaond "it. ?? wlieihe-r the pi-up'i-aa a wh-ilt). owing to tli'-lr habits sud moalesof life, arc not coostiutly lu uecd, tor a haudied rae sous, of just such a leinedy as thia r* ? Ileyuoil ali duulit," answered Dr Moaner, warmly. "Oal diseases .sprinn clnoiy fi um oue source?nim.-lr, a waol ol purity aud richness ni the blood, superinduced by a failure ts assimilate I----1. We laa-k np; elite, we eat little, the stl * (ills. It li tin- relentless law. A lack of tone ls follow.*'. by ine lin akln*i down of the weaker organ-). It may be the liver, the milners oi* Hie lungs will give oui flrst. It dop-'U-i* oa tbo person, bis constliaiioa and habits. People are usuall/ too li n i lo seo thal thea* are Dlrl'EKE.N I WHEELS BUN BY ONE SPIUNO the digestive apparatus. (. oiuiDooly those who aie bsll deni willi t uusiimpticii, liver complaint or kldiu-y disease laney tbo trouble to bo me-.elr lti-al, whereas tho tact ts that a weakness of tho organs of nutrition ls the cause of throe* quarters of Ihe diseases which set (he grxn* growing over ul before our tims. Now, without making any comparisons, I may say that Pakukk's Tonic is the beal aelliug blood ri jjulator and Invlgorai-.t I have mei lu mr experience I sell lt over my counters aas ii bikei aells breaaL Many of ray customers seem to think lt conUlus ths secret of lllo aad health because lt enables tbe hotly to ssnimtl.it ?> foul, and I may add that there ls not a maa or w-imaii alive who docs nol al times need a tonic to support the digestive f uncilom and to pioiin ii* tbs lascupeiailve action ot the blood." lu reply to a question Mr. W. S. smith, of iv. s. s-mt i sj .sous, Ihe oldest diuj and commission huns* In Binghamton, said : " I knew Mr. (lulituyle In the old country tortv years ago, when bia family wss highly connected, aud have known him evor since. If bs sara I'arkkii'h Toxic cur^l him, then lt's so. We have a large and Increasing deman I for ths Tonio. It las a great future as a medicine and an anti-Intoxicant?" Mr. i). Whltflela -'one. He -erlutnuiloiitof tho Joust .steins Cracker Bakery, one of tho largest ostalilishmeuts of the klud lu tho .-tale, aud himself oue of the beat known an-1 nu si po|i#ai men In Blughainttin. said : " Michael (inllfoyle htxtt gootls ol us. Hals worthy ot -ill confidence. I waa aware ol his long Illness aud marked recovery. Kvery body wniitlersd al tl, au.l lie gives 1'AltMiH'- luMO Hie untilM.le.t cio.ilt." 1'ixiNO ins IIIS, Dake KYM onyourcon-aMpondent, Mi. J lui E. Wlaer, of the Mutual Re. serve Life Aaso.latiou. reuurket: " i es. I know Michael liui'lov'ie. Havo kuowu lilm for a dozen years pa-1. Vu,i may r- iv eiiiliely on what he say l My attention was cailod to lils rase. He wss reit sided us ln.-iirali.e- a wt?M:k on the shor>a. tlo is all right now. ami his recovery ls des to Pv TIMM. Voa. you may print Hus, and welcome. 0BS_ .1 iy. ? Mr. Alva llitiouiei, one of the larges: dry uo ..ls .leil.->rs iq r.lngbamt-io, ami o iteut email ol the hl-liest repulallon. said "Michael llullfoylo deals with ins. au-1 I should put faith ls any statement ho might make." 1 mimili sault) lengthen tlie list of Mr. Hui Hoyle's laid -rs-.-rl Indefinitely, buteuough ls as good os o foist. Happening to meei the old gentleman himself on Hie street I of course al once sought Information Irom head piaru-rs. Altlioiii'h a lull) taffesBB- by the gloomy, rainy weather, bo waa iu good health and full of talk about himself- ' Yes. sir,' be said. " what wa* printed ab.ml mo lu Hie article ? Why He Quit Business' ls correct and true. I bate no more i lum in a tum about mo dom' than aa athlete or a pugilist. But 1 hjxA I tough time, anti I aliaii BBVBB forget it. For year-) I cou -I .fit uo relief from the agoulzlug pains in the region of my k Munyi and liver arfd along my limbs, but Pskkkii'b Toxic tkepBBl all ibat. Tea Tonic has this pe.nli nil :; goes 1 irn;^,i tbs body like a t as* of sparkling chauipagn-. i ..r.yo temperance uu-ilHliie as the ii mu iii' wa i...ts i-K nu: si sqi .. i *.nn.\. It pc.iici.es uni a::,i relieves all the Ben i ?? ?*.M Uiw lt dot's ll 1 tau i **y. but 1 k*a aw a ilise ot it greatly lin I i the I'l'.ver ot Hie bluO'l t" alw Tb ieiii'we.1 lift lina ll. 'lhere is Lutbiug rise like lt lu tho worlil ? noi.nug st ail. ai.d II you liJal boru Ihioilgli what I hate you va oj ld as ihui i-iigiii? as 1 BB Assuiiiig mi. .iuilfoylc (hat I wan ccu "lied t.i Im' leva 11 uu such evident.e. 1 piocea*tl?t to wi ile nu I mail lins .<* _J. M. H. r?st oaaaa Nsatae* Foreign milli for the wee* ou Uu^ Juuo 10 -vii cIoi>a:tM? Otu-eas rali'ivrs TUI'HsUaY?At 9 s. m. for France. Uermaov. etc , p-?r sa. lum,h.-ma. via Plymouth. I'lun bourg .mil llaiubuig (lelters to. iii' ut Uiiuaiu uutl ol.te, t,il-';'.u t,?i..l.i,-| iniisi be -llrecle t "per ilaniitit'iilu"/; ai ..- a. m. ror kui-i.nv per -as. ll nannie, via uueeustown tlet'.ors (or Honuna/ ami l-'rauoe must Ue diie.ie-l "per BnUnnlu1 p. m. lor Herminia, psr ss. orluoa >. ut 1 BU o n, (?il:ib?, the Weat ludio* aod Me a iou. per ss. tiny ot An ?-.uutl. ia, via Havana. FIlll>AV-At D a. m. for N.w/oiiuuland and ht. PierH Mitiuelou. via Halifax. HATURUAV-All 1 a. ui.'for Uermauv, etc. per Ss. Sailer, vi i -totithauiptoii ant Uieiueu Hellers mr Ur-al ilrltaio ami other bu. Oi.e.ui coiinta irs must oe direcu-.l "imr >?*? liri"); at 11 a. m. lo;' s. ul,am! ttl.ecU |?-r sa. i irca-s-iA vlaUlaagow; st ll a. rn (ur Holgium direct, per Ss. swill n,.mi, via Aniwoip. al ll i. m. ter Europe, p ir *>?. Ila. tic, via (Jueeuatowu deli cs fur i.i-rmauy u.i.l scot lani! must in im.-.,.-.. '? per Halite")*, ai l;S ) p. ul tor cuba aud I'ortu Kid), lier Ss. Niagara, via ila van* Sl'MM V-Al -:..o 1. m f-i Hoii.lurM and Livingston, pel Ss. Waiiilera-c, via N'ew-Urlaaaus. Malls tor uni na aaa lopoo. pot ha Arabic, viv sae Eramusco, close hers June IX, at7 p. m. .Milli tor Au* iiiiu. .Now/.t-aland, Sandwich and Fiji lil.iwi-t, per .-* /.r.x.Auxlio, vis .sau Fi ancisuo, oiose nero J one 'iJ. al / p.m. UKMlV U. i'KAKSO.N. PosWllUtoi; Post Office, New* Vork, m. v., June <s, inni. ?The schedale ot closing it t ranspaclflo malls la arran red ea tbe presiiiiipuun of their uululinupled ovorisuii truusll tl t-oii Francisco. Malls trom tbe East arriving o.X ruts al Ama Fraaeisco ou .bo tl^y ot saliiuj al sioauiai ate unpoxMltmi Umu.e ibo santo Off.