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yrr.STlON IS SKITLKD.
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l?m?,n. Jul, l_.->\ B. Thorolil &*??? Jj
,rell-k*.o.vi. author an.l Oxford prof.-tssnr. baa BBOl
Til) T-UBOM r.-isr..s,iitativo tho followinglettor rn
?LmMB io f? ro.r..'>t for lu. OPU-Q? fal Wa*-* ??
tuc inw-t MP-* ?- tho Rome hhti?t_"?
Tua art.lomon sf th. question M InovitiDl*.. fur i
jo,.,*, P., il .mont ,8 B__T8l4?--a. nRd\ e^^J^
Zn* af anal sa Ita 1st. bill is eeenyaBeA. ^__JTJ
.V.itstio.. IS HM partly to au lulrlBt,. of some Bad ica
.aa.t-st Mr. lila.lstot.e BOffOO-.ll. at.d B-fUf to *??JJ
Cf ,),o ?r.?t.*.r.tlc Wbi.s. Tho rnr,n,*r Bar..Mile a -
c, Mr. I'.n.l.t- H,s cn.-t an.l j..'t ^'"'^ '''',,' ;
Lir..-- th.,,..t...i. or unm. from J|_22_5;r_i2
,. ,?!;.,? rh..' .r that IkSf ->*ve hesii.tnl t?. tl Ink him
? ho m-iii. LB.. Md wo.l .vs . h.s. Wnoirn hm I can
_,?! ?? ro.,,,.,, faff ina action beyond bl. .li..?k.ss.f to as
U,i'o. of ,1,0 IrH* pent, la willoh as ?'taloa in h
],?::. ?' a. - as, ttl-V Ml S-h. I -??_*. ? ??_? ?'' ?'
firer. TIWI I no Homo Rtfs peile, will li"?.ly .'??. '^
;"va-i i Lars ... Saan*. NHM-1 "jJJJJ *?
_.,. I'S rn-'tyra Md its |.*rs'*..lior*. somemthe Uti. r
.ste. moolita, I earnestly ->??>? t,lilt ,"8 tnandoot
'?,.? ",..)-. I*, -i. |.r...r... wai ??t mi.lni.rp?. ?r
-,..,,.., Uanil t. ir r-rarv rolsntr
I-,.,-..- i.-tad Is-nnoi.sWoy.onoof
1,,,(llv,si,?!s?f.<-u;!isviirk..ntl.ol..-t parlamont.
1,?, I, .tins ,*:..?. this fi?*ii..n WiUISOOflilSUll
-OOflM \ "I M.-I-'1 I."''"'- .,, , , ,
ji >,,.?-* .-vi.li.if thal tho Tortefl will bo a*.iV
|o Milt.' u sf-rT-mi-Ost majority in tho next
jiiiiiiaui.-Nt oniv fhr-siu'lt sonii* coalition tarilta __or_l
HnriiDgton and his folio wen, 7/? 7'i?i.? advocate!
a H*-riinffton-**aliabnry adminiBtration, although,
lt says, il ay bs dlaapuoiniloii for tb. BBomenl to
pontt. flbe li Mroi lig ila ol tbe <.'?>:.><rv.uiv<- party.
_/,. afaadarif. ou tho ot nor band, neeme to wini a
I-*iii-sl.tiry-H.irfi:i!_-t-.'i a.inriiist ration. The Morning
tollst-t*. Liberal Unionufi timi ii f hov ito m.t
lojally asaist Lord Salisbury titete will probably
1,,. another el itioni m which -iii result in their
%. uj eliuiination Irom tba politieal un-na.
I ,1 \\p *,? g on u ap to b? __~*-B much of Tor
som. time aud alternately petted an 1 threatened.
fat tall ul Gemini baa a plan by winch
the Tori * to \ still bc checkmated, sine" Marti ig
t.-u would not com i to Gladstone, Int Geetttt would
ba ve Ul me go ta Hartington.
"Lord Hartington," ii says, "ia master of the
politiral situation. He ia ne anxious aa Mr. Glad*
i . to mi..1 completely tbe local wants of Ireland
a, to satisfy to Borne az'-eat ber national aspira*
I I,. sruole qn ition turns npon ino exton!
t rbich it ia aafe to ga Lord Hartington has in?
di atnd ibe fotar luniialious beyond which, i.i bli
eninion.il ia antafe to go. Mr. Gladstone diaaenu
from tiit-.* of them, bul that hi na reuon why,
vin ii popular decision baa coho in favor of Loni
Haiiinirton, beabould noi emleavor '?> harmonixc
the views ol the two dteawcraoiea, Way should
noi \ir. Gladstone try ann ami bring in a bul
.united hy the il trtingi mi ia conditions t'
Mi I. Dir Tall Hail Uatatte eonfeasea tbitit i.a
forlorn hope. Ii iastatejina lettor to lat limte
thal John O'Leary (Fenian) baa been in diner]
emu i mi.!'.non with. Lord Spencer ami th ? Chief
Becrei -rv. The writer aaya that O'leary w.s
Bpei lally summonc I lo London.tbat his riewi were
asked, tbe _*ov_rnu_ont polity rahmitted to him in
out.in-', and t.i ii ba aocepted it in oeba ' of his or
gamzat on. Tbe story is generally regarded a** a
eamBaign I.e.
THE BT-H ? All INGTON roi.lev.
XKOOTUTIOMB IX 1-ln-t; uk-*.? ni BVFMUCaS lill
IRISH N ST10MAL I.i:ai;i .
I.nvii.iN'. .Lily 12.?Negotiation, between
Loni Dal .-""a sad J.ui.l Saiiihurv arra in pro.t.ss. It
ls ri pm to.1 tlmt l.urU BtartlBfton h te plsdared BlnMBll to
support Lord Balli irj's local (overoBMBt i.lil ami to
roj.-taii appruacBes o. Mr. Qladstonn, It Mr. GladstoM
rr in tins iii nfflcs th.- drat move nf tho Colonists wl.I be a
volo of .ante. cob. Isac iu a spot'cti foreahadowuiB
the ruiia i val,io polley. Sir If iclia.-l Hleks-B*Meb saul
thal lin Brat Bssnanra v.nld ba to sapprcsa iBsliisti
Ra i -.ia. I.< .i.'uc, ex. rois, cl tn re and sus,-omi lt i sn oh
StrvoiloBiats,
,be Hmtisays tbat tbe Brillsb rieeilona aawint to u
?aaJala Iron iii-, people ta tbe CoD-.rTsu*res aiul
rnii.iii.sis tn lori. ., sir.m. ami ..um'iio coalition Korara*
ni- nt. "P.lliollBUI dein.odB," lit' limit says, "a
liai in .??!.:.?**,tl-,.ny utiauBistrailoB, Bfssnnaa tbo
R.ll0ll*S flltill>."
>. it oi-|.arty mn lo any -.-ailis in the Pal-iamOBtary
elociitius tetley, li. J. 0*Hslll (Consol vaiiv. j waa re*
rion-.', for Mil:,.* .\-i-i lui by a SOM Of 4.0-1, airalnst
93- ur Mi .M.'Kis.. (Pamelina*.), In the last e.action
tin il -I,, it in g Tefl bbi ..'ii"itoii io Mr. O'Neill.
l.'-rl griiral HalJil. "h I eilS_rV8llV0) Waa lo-i!ooll*il
f.-r v ni " i.i. b over J. O-W r Ito (Liberal) l?y ii,-'lu to
2,877 lill 8 l .st l-l.allan .1., Ill lHlitiil Ulillnt, salllllv
SoaleaisMJ lula iilsinrl ...inst l^.r.i llarullloo. I'll.*
vol,- tii.li it non I, ir, t?, _,-.i_'_ in mora tuan tinw.
J. I. tr'Iiiiht-rtt (PurtieilllrJ bal boen rr- lorioil friiin
Korti li'.ii'-.ni i t.r I.."ii oii.ti,;.( .i..ii,.i m. ii. %.Siew.ri
hi ? Toll* Of I.'.'-,.! Ul '.ii. 'ih,. s.iiiin caiiiillittrs COB*
l.'Sl.-.i iho -list: i, l ai in last eleellon, wiieQ limy ,._?
tua,ill rOatprSUVrly 4,097 aud !!.Y_ V.iti-s.
Tba Tori ? un., lian- slvotrd 2U1 c.ndld.tes, the
t'nioBllla 'Ju, la.; Lil), r.ils 154, nu- Hie i'arin lilli a 7 1.
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THE UNITED BTATEU AM) IRELAND,
AMKIH.ax.'. ABKBO IO I Mn RSrAM) lill UMlOMIttl
Oom i kn i ii > -*>.
London, July 12.-The Dake of Argyll pa.
babes tn to-dsy'i IIm.sb lettor Bouccraiag Ute U ul tad
Btateeaad Irrlana Hr soys ti at ilr*|n[o tko National
sj ?,-Mt!.'os thar, ta a profoaod icnoraaea ls KiuflBad
Bi.a in lbs I u? ...1 Huies reopoctlBfl aaeB et-*sr*aoobbii
talton. Ile ad ail ta kia uara iBBoraaeeal tho Bea-Bnlaa
ul Hie Aili* ru ai ri nvn war In sySBpalklsms w:tli tbe
I*'..mn. iu- .ay- tue syuipatby >.f sha a-serleans f?r tho
IriSll in t'.f ir hr. so it slrttirfla ans -s fi.mr tao i-rr-.r ..I
tl.ii.smif nf lr. iii.i ns an Aiu.*iii-.tii Mate ani i:.at lbs
i sb aro wltaiioidlng troon Ireland powers similar to
Ibesa poeaasasd by lbs different M.t. , .,f tts* Aatorloaa
1 .:, "iva tan ij.iife.*, "coiii-i ho mare
WIOOOOM tuan Hil. Itioii."
U' turn,, to UM I.B.III "I each of tho, t.'iiito 1 BlatBB to a
Cue s-mio of ibo aouor.l powers ol CoBcroaa aaa io tba
rbeokaoaiis Bowers pf self-aTovernment whifh eaou
itali _in.!,, m,-, Ni,. Qiadsioae'a i.r.,i.na,ti triolatas
boin timm araad principlca, for " mo oorrupt aiiUiin
li oral l.ai.ai., Ha. I*;., a |r,!_,,.l /rmi. tin I IO pori Sf] r.illi:
<? I ..I.-! niireurltrs iue minurity eiunoi) lalo tue bauds
al tba koeal uiajorlty. ' ?? a__a*rlcans,n bo sad-, ?? would
frtn.BO Bardi) I-*-love ti.is, lint it .a sir.-ily true. Tbs
?srricodi-d in,manoa, ana matr-uuia aarainat ima.
Ijrrauuy are qmtc n u< .rv." liioliua? in*-n BpirealB lo
-s t-rk-aiia io uudarauuii clearly Uie Uuluuioi eouion*
liou, aaiooiy, tbal li baa i.-.-u mr IrelaiMl'a Babe solely
iii.it Hu Uuiouisiab.segiven oppoaiiloa lo Mr.ti.au
Btoa** a li.aa a.ib*. Tbo lol tai ..ut-liulesaa loliows:
"li i. ti.- I luniataaudaoiilio niembera ofiheUOv*
rn lunn m,.,-.,.? li.uiiiif fm 11,0 h hr ri Ma ol tbe Inst)
t-iou-s. i.s.-,. ,i Mi. i*.,,, M| roora Msniortal. or ll bis
J ' ?? repioaea i a far i.r . r i.um. rn* il maiority oilba
1.IOU people ii,?ri rt r.niiy Burn, miilirr ba tmi iii.-y
Woulil h.,ve a mibl lo lliapooool lii-r .u.i.iutna ,, r ita
*l}'**one.Wa .lo n, iloalro lo bm Ire laud
reeuced t>. lbs ooad ti -n ..f betas but ?* tr nu ..ry prov,
loee ni haniabod lunn n.siniprnai reason. Ncitner
ran vt. aaa Uer en .oito.i tv un powers ov?i uer uwu uno*
I.** wu ,.i, I,,,, i,i i/.,?i au vein moral oasbi to ii ive or a k.
weilrsire loseo brr OOBIIBUa BbariOR in ibe doiiliera*
lim.. ?huh lao .njt-ai-iice of Uer sons has so ollen
B-oiueu."
a rm_a blow ax iub ari_*tockact.
LoxitoM. July 12.?Mr. Gladatone hus wiii
Isa a leiier to j.r. u. nj. Feater, ia windi he sayatbat
Bte ...i.sni.rs tba Oako .,r ?aoi_BlBBior*a opipoaiUoa to
ir'' lhiTn_f_t5_*nvW*e.' '?'" Psriiawam In I maier a
Ir.-oa iiiniv otiuvk al nu* .Halo, racy.
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DISBANDIMQ TBS TURKISH l.l.-KKVKH.
fovs!AMiM,i-i.i,.i;1|y l.'.-'riiclinviinnunt
bas laMi.a orders lo hale IU? army plaOOd OBI ? pOOOS
lana.-' TU* mUur* ?ta4 "aral rroooroes are hein^j rn,
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MKW9 NOTES . K<)\i LONDON,
LoBtroM, Joly 12.
f..--iiiiAi. ol J-m.-a m. Hbkbi ? ii,,, Baakrapiof.
Conn bas ordered tua com ul iul ol Jame* Mell-ury,
?WBML h??a?'**r, wnl uol heUiawu up lora
MlM, >,,K DIM IX i.._ l-ATan H. .lo V, min.. who was
L",',',?"".","4['y, '-''-?"''?ry tome BoMdol li.,l? ... l,.?
,,"".> < -I'D'Ot rn las* y...,, bM broo?bt .... aoli u for
divurco aj-al.iBl bia Wita on the Ki"UUl.l adultery,
narnu _lui.o ia made in,; tiiics^uu.enL
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DSrOTSDTO KILL, Kim; BUMBKRT.
Bovk, July 12.?A h.irfeaat ol Um Uifaotry
fsrriamiat ?..._ a'.teiuj.l.'l to-.lay Ml kill lnmaolf with
a Mle. Aujuiifc- Ins ell.c.B tS_4 .' ,-..0 a .?.U-i a-lUi cse.
to thc Kinir. statin* th vt lie had been deputed, by a
secret socloty to kill the Kin-, but preferred
to die hltnsolf, and commending his mother
to tho Klti-'s caro. When taken before a lnrnrlMrute
tho sergeant Adhered to tho statement In Ins letter, hut
refnsotl to illvul.e tho name of the sr.rioty. Kimi
llninlierl on r.a-lln. tue letter BALI that ibe man must
l,e a lunn tlr. wbo wi.bed IO 880.10 a aeusatiou by com*
uriliiD-; siuoitle.
THEGIEAT NEW-ZEAL,.NI) EARTHQUAKE.
scksksoi* a wk ii i. (i i: a.v uki: it?A .hower ok dist
AT SKA.
San Fruxoisr.), July 12.?Further details of
tho earthqu ikes In PtlTTielBB. state that the tnnsi vio?
lent diaturh?.tices wore fell tu tho neighborhood of Be*
laaa, TM severity of the shooks led irany of the peo
plo to br-llevo tbal the Island would sink Into the bob.
Tue sensation experienced ls saul to have hoon fesrful
beyond description. Iinirrodiatoly aflat tho tlrst ahork
tlie labaMtaata raabesl frantically la All directions.
When UM second shook esme the entire country for
milos amuna was Ul up hy the gi sr. from the volcano
which ti.i.l suddenly burst tata BCUVll )'?
The acene was as grand aa lt wai awful. Huge vol?
umes of smoko Illuminated with Banes simultaneously
turrit forth from aramco of m .unt.uis over shiv miles
lu length and above the smoko could be seen hugo
masse* of fire resembling meteors nabiag threeth tlie
aky. The natives who bad escaped death gi.thercd In
?reap* mul. tliloJ with abject terr.ir, held religious sor
vicoe, but when Aiiothor Sboeh woul.l cause tho earth to
tremble they would fall willi their faces to tho ground
quivering with fo.tr.
Asao.in hs the newe of th" fearful occurrence was re*
trites st Auckland a li.vo: niiiont agent ii .de lmiuoul
ate preparations to co to Uss relief af tho sufferers.
ffageas were chartered aod Ulled with provisions and
ch.thea. Mr. Johnsnu, th? QovoretaOBl Bleat, .iii his ar?
rival at Hot,ma. aont back the following aeooUBtl
"The seen-among the mountain* as viewed from the
Wairoa wael ls terribly mn... llMheeof llshtalag,
P-ais of tbaader and shocks of sarthaaafes are loeesaaBt,
while dasi is fslllng ta heavy showsffs, in audition te
iiiese laeoavaaleoaaa tire matts throughout tue entire
Country are covert* 1 Witb Bevel*.! feel ol blue clay mud
i-j.'i?:.-'. fr rn ibo voli-iiiii.es. AH vegetation ia desiri)-, rd
ami tb. aspect of ibo country li entirely changed. Hine
Lake und Lake BoUkok.bl have been lian-l'.r.u.-,l lulu
um i i-stba Tue outlet of tba latter lake ls Meeked ap
ami tim brtdgei winch areal tim lower sad an.
eorered STUB uiul. Nearly all tho bBlldtOts
mai i bare nolle -1 an* erusla-d la i.y
rollins mod. At tina pta. a Baow's reBi|>er?uce ll all an i
Ibe two priarlpa boto s, .od nearly .11 tbs otbor bullit'
OIL'S III I ie lo- ll, .ire cnUH-l--te.V tv, ei i,.-i|. Tlie ll" USO
iH'oupied nv Mr*. Hazard sad ber family wa* berne down
n> lbs s*. its ?! i?l tl. ?' Bob i.s. .Mr*. Il.t/ai'i w.ta aug oat
all to. bal lour ol ber ablliiran were found -.ii. Mr.
Hazard i* mn ur:. P. Ulled reports ol Ibe foreign r.-si
.I,-ula al otb*)! points wno were killed have liol y.*t b- cu
rec. ive I."
Tb- v.ptala of tho steam- lp BoutBera Cross, wblefa
arris eil at Auckland on Jana ls. repair .a bivi ia foll .1
Bea be. effoet af ibo utstarbaura. On the morning <>f
.lu.is IO. IUod;,J folluwlns in" ?? trill iiMae-, BM VeaSel
was 'ii a shower of nat. Pro u 9 io io s. m. ibero wat
cnni|ilele ilarKii. s*. an I ball, of Mr.* arel, roniioually
i-ia) in. arouii'i m.. moama ti. a sale au idooly aurari.
nu and i-arile-l all lila rant ..a attar. lin* in.--I Were UU*
able lo eland tbe bllndios ibowars ol dust, and the
vessel wm put a'.out .ml stood .way lo lbs nortb, but
ll w.s i ni nntn li e'eloek sftbeaay fo lowing tbat tue
il-ia was left tt.ilin,l.
lu.* reports show that eartcquakes t-irerally prs>
vailad at all poluti la Now*Zo.i_J_d dunn,* Um suuie
peria I.
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PRENCH PRINCE;. AM) lin: ARMY.
DOCB BXrUt-tloM DI PH I Vi: THI M OB tm.ni RAKKl
?PH..ii-hi ok un lit i d'aumalk
Paris, July 12.? Tbe Due d'Aumale baa
A|ipe.iie I to the Couil.'ll af Sato against his .ZpUlSlOB
li mn Hi- lr "icii army. Ho n.i< a.S'i address--.! tn Proa*
aleut OroVy Hie following loller:
Three Mars ago. without proton or preeed.u?, you
iniiicie'. on nie tae severest dlsclpiloary punishments.
I r*-mri fi.'t tileai until to-day. By striking my name
Irom u.'-aiuiy list )<>u interfere wi a in. charter of ti.e
un v without eouaiderioa tines woo in uar. Ministers
*ii _.- linn without reproach?urn honored for their
services ii il-rail uoiiHi lii-vot on tu ihiii country. My
.naal will defeod iiiv rauae, wiiicn la tbat ol tl oftleers,
as well a? myself, tin- flroB-Jl Of Ibo general ?i ji tl". lt a
iu v duty i? remind you nut the muiury Bredes am bc*
, illili l mir 'IttaUk.
Tho Dae do Chartres, who hcl-I tho rani- of major
in tho i'i" ii eli army, has also appealed to ibo Connell
af Biala from tba dooroo af sxpuloiuo ia ins eases
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PKaOMBNTB OP CABLE KBITS,
Hrm.iN, July 1_ Berr Krupp Bas eoairMted le sup?
ply . hm. witb l.."nm iona ol rails .ti a prier, mein linn
freight, 29 sbllliasja in-iotv tea lowest English ador.
Ito-IE, July 1.'. ? I'he choler i returns faff- teeney are i
Brmdisl,96 uow asses, 35 deaths; Lail.no, 10cm ?
iicaths j PuBt.ua, I'l cases, ld deaths j Venice, lo <
i .Icalhs.
VlBKMA, .Inly 1'.'. In Trieste la tho laat ' w.-nty-fniirs
iwoueatua ueourrodfrom sbolora una sight us lum
.ere roportau.
Brussels, .Inly IZ?Belgian ha* Infonaad the Bed
Star biraiuabip Lue ol Ila .Blina tn itlUallliite a now
.ns-, nu,ni f or tu.ie at preaent ezlatinri bel ween ihe
inipanyand the tiovfrniuciii for ibe unjin,- of ino
mans.
Pa Hrs, Julv ld ?Pani de Caasficnao sddreased a pnblic
ii,coin g a; Aruentteres, iii lue Department ..i ibo Noni,
in-'. iy, a nm tallowed ins speech. Bevela, parsons
were li.jiireil ami SUUM arrests woo uki ie.
Bkklim Ju y 12 lu iii ? electtens la Alsace-Lorralns
for iii. enaolu. year twelve Oeriu.ius nave been elected
ineinliers oi Ibi . on. bon -I tl ' lUUOlL Al Ih.i last ?
uou only tour GUir__.ua ve.-i.. eleole I,
ci.nv.-, DI..-.liiiii t.i> Bl HAIL.
ri.ASKAKKK, ll!., July 12.?Kimi and desola
t lon ni irk tim uuiirae sf Kn lay Blthl'S etui an thi.m -,'i
the coiuu-y leu lillies sou nw *at of nero. II iii waa Hie
principal a.-eul of da-Strui lion. li.-ginning at . point
one mile welt of tjbebanoe, ami oxien-1 m.- *.wo or tlireo
mites BorthWool, then aim.ni retr.ving ns cuurao
inward th.* south, east la. paint betweea Clifton aad
Asi,kum, lim storm laid w.islo ainict tlireo to four ini.es
wule Corn six leel nii{,i wis cn cluae t-i the grouad.
Timothy and eats wore mowad aown as thonch tbo
ii.trvea.er hal p.tsan 1 tbrougl them, an I seoroi of
f.ru**era are raging up these erepe whleb have aevor
tell the touch o'a sickle. ()n maur firms ooo Uull ir
wi-ui'i be a ills pri.e for tho reinuauts ..r tba seaaon'i
labors. Rouses an-i lui us were ubroofed aad .loci
killed. Adam Piils, In I'liot Township, iui sirius by
li ar ti i mut: uud kule I.
Dixon, ii .. in ly IV ? Aneleeirtc ilorm aceonipanled
li. B.ll .n>l raitt pe.Setl iiiroii;li this ie.nn. -Umliy
Bight, t.real iliiuia... w is lion.* ;o erops Ol all kinda,
sapcelally the frail cr.i|>, Wiicii win heaoomplole.f.ilure.
CELEBRATING TBA rmi Li. oi HIE BOTBE
Pbiladrlpbia Joly 12 (>><.?-?/'.?<'v. i 1,000
members of .ii-.i Bereat Orange lodge* la th. ally mads
.streetparada to-day la houur of the Bottle o tim
Hoyne, and Wound up too festivities willi a pu nie ul
_Usmt-l.ua i'ai k.
I lill M..,, .liny 12 -'I'lm oralie rne!i of thu eily hil a
Mr.ei |i ai .fie lin- morai os ia commemorate the battle
ni i lie Kn, in-, ll w.s lue tl rel pun i** I...- luau
have iiad hore fir years, Aboul 4 mi m ??., were lu line.
Di ni in, Jalj i-i. An Uranga soiree waa given la the
Ko mu ia th.s evening and waa attended hy 2,000
[els os, Tue hil wa. (Mr-led by p ,,..? ?
iliniis.inJs of Nationalists SUITOUUdSd the
:.in..Hill,'. Mimv |ilae.;.ia were polled willi
til.- ins. npti i'i, ''We will par you Or mg. dogs In Irish
eoin nie one long .lei.t wbioh Ireland owes a.I . r ig*
gal ia ol Hm li >t lin."
At a i m.!- ti i.y-.r -ni! rain presided over . gather*
in, ni _'..i.'.)--uni Mi.. ? ?? i ,!i'i:i..,i. more was ut-i
tv nd a pi. e --; "H. in- O.Ile of W.llOU sv ta lin ? 1 by ?; nj
pslii'O .uti aol.iter. Hi .a. v.. w*- Buspeudud.
CBIMES AM) i A j UN L li AH?Bl TELEGR tPB.
ATTRMPTEI) lUlCIDK OP A HACK DR IV IIR.
Um.in.midi ?-, N .) ..iiiy I'i. J ...ii Murphy, a back.tri*
v.r,waa Beni t" /...? thi* moruiug for atiempun. io com?
mit aOieldo y.s i r.lay. Ue drntB a bun uer kmfa ,11 roan Ina
inroal lure-- tim e m i thou plunged il in. 1): Boippa
put si-von iu lobe* in the wound. Murpuy waa crazy
Holu OSOOOS Ve tl link.
A-Hs J_b-?INA TKD BY A Mr . li-i<-i:'- BON.
ColdwaTKK,Kan.,July i_ -j. Neiaun, a waallhy
lauu ow uer, yaa-orday luurmug ordorad oil several
young men wbo were plunderiug Ins iiiii.e:. ot ar,id
;. m. II < -. J* 0. KU VU .',-'! nf I ll r I. li lia I , asia I ll,-,I
aii.i aba.ii- fall] s iiisa.1 ino ni.i gentlem.n. lu tba <>t ar*
loon Pr.uB Kolaou w.s ant to w.inn tim muli- .
Kathai plaina, ila dead body waa found ami ra.
hornb.y monists.!. Ah?ui 5 p. ra. a gun shot was hr .ru
in tue .m. Wei ami ll*y.r ara. seo. _-tiikni|* irom k
will, a Win. bestir ntl., 1-1 inh band.
KILLED UV AN EXPLOSION.
PiTTit.1 .;..._>.- ll -Aa ezpiu-uoa oaourrod yeatarday
at lim u.el. Un o. IU IB. lilllie nf Jniilianu .Hlnllnl - ,\
PailaraoL, a leak waa iii.oovei.-ii ia the sowp .- so
an rroeivor wincb turalahea ibo mntivn pwWef anl
Cb arl-a ll. JI.iBi.aon ali l luoiiia. WlilUias Wool lulo Un.
11,11,i iii repail lt- I bey u.-_iei i>..| Iii I urn nfl lue iir*-t.siir*<
.tull a nen ibey all* inp! el lo BUtp up lae leak. Hie OB I of
Hie r.-ei-iver bural into IngBBOilta. TbulBM MfllllaiMa
was killel, (.'nari, a ll. Julius.,., .uni Johu ll.nam, Ulm,,
lujiir.-il, 1- Wlnio, a. rioiis.t ii.j.u..l.
CIIILDK-tM I.All.Mi POI-ION POB I MIS.
Ill..in?l'i? ??*. *'*?'. J., .lu y I _i'.//', mli. lue alfo of
Nailer k.iuip, al I.i ii Valley, i*-s.eiiay lime.I BOOM
Pal s .urn w.tli Ino.a.-.BB aim plae. il il iijioii tlie fn.i.e
lo .Iii Hies. I."..i- in. i mun a fe ar in ulm III. sim [. -
lurnea io bini ii i iii..- iwm eblldroa had oaua tin
yuisou, li is IBoUgbt U.o ciiii'libii am nie.
r-ikai i.s.. a i idii.lara ikophii 9.
Pail ii'i-i thia. July ij; yhpeeiat), I'.uraaa Btarek,
wi,.nu,, lo bo Ibo iliaiii j-.i.ij light* vt el. 1.1 pUglllal of
Kii.'iau-i. hoops a .1.inn Blore apiowa, Hohiad the bal
-OTB a iimulJ.-r nf tru..l bodges, bolts au.l l IS like, tt Bil li
ii<. wm, ;u i.ii-inu'i. K.i.i u..1.1 Joeeph M- iJu.'i.ii! aud
Hemtaa LsrV.ll bruk, uno ins buna-- ami amie theso
tropblea. inev sv. ie aii.--le,i,
BUICIDH ol' A lil MKNII li WOMAN.
Pilli. Alihl I'llU. -'UV 1- |.s/-i(i'/i. '..o.^-u Allier! loft
Lia wile iu bad al ft. m. lu na, wnilci be Wini do WU
Blairs lo look alter Hie Ure. I.n lum.nea lalm at- eui il
in m,. ni i tiiuiirfbi shs sahl "I am eossiac*" A.i.r
eaillug bail au uour Be wcul upslalia a..a Uucui.iod
that she was not In beti, she had been partially Insane
fur a year, llo found nor drowuol lu tho tiath-luh.
FISHERIES COMIPUCA TION8.
THK CITY POINT RELEASED AT LAST.
a i.r.TTKR fhom srcnr.TAi-.v n*v*Rn-ciSK
AGAINST THF KIT.A M. IiDI'filll Y.
fnr titi BO?Alfl to tub Tttinr**ii*:.l
Form and. Mc, .Inly 12.?Tbfj foUowf-B 1< 1
ler has been received by K. J. Willard, owuor of the csp
turod schooner, (leorge ONBhlagi
I) KP A RT MK NT Of f*TlTP, ]
w?s||im.i?.n. I), c., July 9. j
n. J. Wu I AM.. eur/.. VortiunA. Br.:
Bia: Your telegram af tb. 3d .ed year letter of the
7th mst., statin, ibo seizure al -Bel ulm". X. H., by Hie
local .uthoi'itles of that port, of tho schooner George
Cnsl.lnc, wore duly received. Hoforo tho receipt or
either, news of the seizure had been received
hy this Iiepartmeut ead Instructions had boon sent to
tho I oti.ul-Uener.il at Halifax to proceed to Shelburne
and obtain fud knowledge of all tho facts ind make full
reports tn this Det-srtsseal ol tlie cause of such sei-iire
and the natur., nf the complaint apo. whit-ti sash pro
"i'iI- ra were founded. In the absence nf such au
tlienllo information lt ls Imuos.tble for this Hepartuietit
totakoanv a-'tinn or irive you ed Vies. You aro well
aware that rpioBilona are now ponding between this
OovoraiSMSOl and tliat of (Jreal Brittni tn relation to tho
Justliicatinn of the rights of the A-Bertes-i Beblae vee
sel? |i i me ter ff turi.il watara at Br!ttaB North America.
I shall relax no ollurt to arrive at a satisfactory solution
af tba dlflteuliy, aad la the meanness it ia the duty ant
manifest interest of all American sHtseas emeriti. Caa
adi.tn luristlieiloii to ascertain and onev tbe mles aad
MgalatleaS tliere in foiee. For all un lawful d*priv.t
U-B el property er eoB.__8r.lBl rubia t is Qov.m_.eBl
wi i expeel to prncuro redress aird comp-nsatiou for the
lutuccnl sulterers. Very rrspeclfuily ymir*.,
t. 9. Bai san
A telegram was received at nomi from Slieilmrno,
If, r.. saylag that tho city Petal bsd aaiii-d. Aoeordlag
to Vt, I. Putnam, the arran.-ment fha* hal been male
with lin* Colonial Qavaraiaaat tu r.^-r- to the recently
Sei_ .,1 vessels ls as followsi
Tba Caloalsd Oo vern-Boat waa not ->itii_r-*<l tn proceed
Bk'.inst (be soliml vi a.els alter Hie line Iud been I u
po eu, but could no them il |> ii n tl I the tin ? wa- paid,
liv S|ie. lal agreement the ll ie has been paid w'lihou! Iii
juty tu the rights of owners ol vassals, wno havs still
I ?-..richi .i- before to propped to teat tba legality
of the sel/urea.
The fellowing lim boon sorvo-I on tho l'lilte-l States
Gev.rasBeat through ns .tternoy, th- Untied Bt*tesof?
fering .. defead.nl and giving the points roiled on hy
th? Colonial Oovernaseat:
lathe Vice Admiralty Ceatri of Halifax, BerM.laety
Hi- (juron, I* I .at ts 11 ft. V*. Hie ship ni vi-.s-l Ki a M
iii nani] and Uer rai to, def_ud.nl*), ac I ni foi forfeiture
of tbe -.ii l ve-.,*l ai, 1 Ber c ir.-o foi vin: itl?B <>r B i ertalB
c..nv. iiiiui betweea maine majratt O*orge m., Km.
of Hi* Knited Kiii.iluin of Ureat Hrit.iln aii-l Ir--I..rnl --ii
tin* ie n p m. a ad iii,* run.. I .-inn. ->f A merle, on Hi"
Blber part, ra ide on tb- -Otb dav "1 October, 181.1 and
tm vi.-I..'inn Ol the 001 nf the POM im.nl III tba I 'il S I
Kl li.-lin 11 ni '.r-' it 111 lt.ii u .0 I I rel a ad, ina .n and passed
i . Ila Aftv*S0-venlb year of lue reign uf ale late majesty
Qeorge III.
Tba BTav.BBoa of the indictment against tlio Kia M.
Doughty :s aa folio wei
Thal H.** Bile M. Doughty, wbarool Warran A. Doa sb ly,
liol a ii.tl.ii ai noi n s,|i,,o,i of Hal itu ??-->?, v. s iii la
iii taler, a a fol l-'H Bbl ? Or ve.*...-1 liol ii if, [018 I accord
In.' In Ibo 1...V nf (ii .tl lltil nu .tn i Iralaod or
.ii riii'il h. in thc I itt s ul C t- .tia, li il -v.i-t and ls a Ship
nilla Hulled -t iU*s ol Amei'.i owned i-V fm i-l-'iura,
tnat s I,, say, by p reons md ling in and betas eluseaa
Of Ile United .-I ni's Of A merilla. Where tile voaael was
baili, uni enrolled, an i linea ana, and p. rmittod to entry
on tl. flsberies under ibo set of the United States of
Anterli a, an i en saned in Bahlnv.a'id 1. without i neons.
or a'is ia.aa ?h itover in th -t br half nun lue Govern*
men ??; Caua la or Irom Nov . Be ?-1 - nuder tba statutes
or tan id i or Nov a Scot a. Bel .oro lae 10th and I7iii
?.r Mar inn D inctitv di i enter tho b iv aa I burbot of -t.
Am. a oithln i br >? marl oe miloo ol tbo above for rho par*
|>?> sm of tm iain i ng InnI.I nat ia lo as beri.BC, si lie rr wi, li to
B?b,aoi1 ne foi ibe i i serration on ii.mr ur hal lo lin
uae.t io flailing ..ni of frosh Bsb to ho Ashed fer, laban
and cu.-it. and procured bail to llsh and lae, and Uni
euler for other puritoaoo th.n for i bal tor and repolriog
ii.tuia.e., purciiaaio. wool ol wat?r, contrary to tba
couvenii'.ii. end, therefore, tm. Dougbty was eel_-d
within ibree marino miles al iii-* annal hy offloere of
Canada as being liable to forfeiture or bre.ieli er viola*
t in .f the convention. 'Hie Dooghty dui talia n*u lu
viol.iloa ol Hie trn.iiy.
Artiei.. 11. ehai ss th it tba D >agbty waa found tabing
ifl ll.i.s.' innes ni tile ll ..lilli; ni i uaat *, !uv, ci >*'?:. a alli
Bar nh . Pnribi rmoro, ibo Doughty did enter the limits
fm Hie nm p .ae of if-.-, a.ring bait ni 1 ue, and dil BO ler
ether th.n for ihe purport of shelter >>r repairing dani
a.??-, oi'of purebastag weed. Teen lt _.>"?. on that the
Doasbty dil ri -n for n.h. laka flab aad dry aad oure
fish within the abe*, de.,Tined Hints.
Mr. Willard to~d.y paid thc dna -if ItOO otalmed f>r
the I,i un.- if. Cusbiii-', and lt la BBdefaMed lb.it thia
lesael as stell aa tltn Harrington will Mil from Mic:
bourne to*ntr*ht, and ihu? give tbe eralaat rsrrora
ebano, to look for soma mora -rn rom flshormen. Mr.
Coshinc, owner of lb. City Point, said to inn luini m.
aorresporrdaul: " We do sot expect to see uar lunney
es paid to Cm ii i again, rna ebsuees ari
a.-.mist ua."
-Af.
GOOD M.W's roi; FIStlERHEN.
I-i - "a I v ol MAI Kl Ri I. li ii.\t; i AK'.'*' .-I isi in: t , t::
i .in: ;:-s||f.K. LIMIT.
Halifax, Jilly 1'2 (Special).?'The arrival <>f
c.. t.unrosier Beheoaer (.leaser Bayuteo at Pail Mn
grave from North Moy wit*. UO barrels ur largs mn li?
er' I, Hie lir?t of Hm se mun, will b ? good I . *ve lor Now
I iul.md iiaiioruion, bel better n w*. ls tue fact that
lhasa -seekers! wara all sought selside the Ihrae-ssile
Hint. I) noi- New-KiKlaiid VOOOOiS aro dunn* WelL
Over a w*ok age tbo Moll.o Ad.ima, Captain BoL
Jiiiob-, ,n i .V' i with 210 barrels, tie li, P. H/Bitmao,
? apia n vt ii.lama, with SOO barrets, and lboM.rg.roi
r-iiiiln. Capt lin .lean.-t, 200 bari ela, i'll" ii-.-nore, 11 -*>11
ilaes have lice.-i ihoioii.-blv palrolled by Bve Canadian
Brui, s, including tba steamer Laud edowa., aadar
common lo Cai I rn scott, b it, lu the worls al tba eea>
maudcre. aaa al tba cruisers, "ewing to the strict
Bfbaarvaaee not only of alleged rights el.lmed by Cana
diansunder lb.treaty of isis, batalaoef loeal laws.
ibero buBu't been a gboel of .tu Bseaae ior _.
se lure."
An me mackerel on lin. Amertesn vess.i*. was taken
ii.lour io ion mil*** ad sboro, bm in*i.ie tho haad*linee
ie t.-ei-n the two iiui.its. Maekarel aro sebooltng think
slons Prince Kdward leland oooai ant kenplng wen in
shure. Throa Amortrui re-ads wera u.ie mlle nfl Ruo*
tloeon Hsttanlar baaling feel, w.tii tailors .1 the mast*
liead walcbin. fur cruise*.. lao Portland sch,inners.
Harrington ami Jewo-i. seised st Shelburne, were io
lerse .ma deposit ol .--)t) willi CollOOtor Hos*, by
lons ii-, n-iieral i'l,' .au.
A KEW-YO K .Ai lil' SEIZED.
BIM RODI BK K . amii: ins PLC ABU KB lt. > *i l iiNi.li
.0400 11V I AN ALI VN ul 1 I. I A I 8.
MoHTBEALt Jb'j Vi [Spectali.?Sit Roderick
cameron, the wall knowe m-reliant, iefi h-ro io-d.y
fnr ottawa to soo tho Minister of Cuatomi regardlug tho
aoisoreofhls pleasureyaeht al Buotouoho, Sf. B. Bir
Kn.In ICU has a Ishlog OOltage at I adnu..ie, where he
ps se. several months ev.'ry saSSMOC siiuiiu tuiii-ir.
Ho arrived lhere a few daya .gola company withe
nuiiii-or of New* York fr.e,, ii and "-ut his yaeht round
by sea In charge ef tho captain, dir Heinrick's bob halag
a.mi ou i nari. in lui voyage sba enen miarai sosse
beary weather, luann,' her jihbeam atui ipnuyiagbor
mast, .-hi) was bob equentl. fereed to pat leta
Boetoaaha fer repairs. Thara sim was seised by Hie
Custom, aulbortitefl oa tba ground thai ibo bad in
tonged tbe Cuatomi ragul.tloos if sim bad no. tba
necessary paper*. Itsppearstb.t lbs captain bad lo bis
lioaaeaaiou tba u-uai lieansa lei aod to v..cms by n.o
I i lt d Mi.tes Mooreiary of Hate, whioh .ntlllos them lo
? in rand leave any British port without reporting to
the Custom ll.-?? Ibo captain (ailed tu .ima bia
p<i-rs ., ,.i a Bin ol a-i.n waa Impoaod os bim, Tbs
I uat.Balala a so* ./. *. a quain lt) ol linen, orockory
wbie.i w.re being c.uv. jed fur tim
nsa of the honso at Tadouaas . bs ? ? iiibse<|ueutlv
re|i a-"-'I Oil O > ai.'iit Of f Ja IB rei m b al.e Ihe u 111,-or I lil?
li i a trouble iii making ibi arlsara, H t Kudonek tr .a ra*
.il-.-I tu p y III. tin* nf f|,iii. rie.ir... W. -!eph :i*.
mom mr ioi Monti, al, acaompauie i Sir Koderiok i- i- o*
i : ilust the -i-iz.ii., winch bo Bays la ili.-^a. and
? l.iilial). *
ANAW lMAsloS Ol OKLABdMA.
WicbitAi Kim, July 12.?A card apppared
iii l Ai -.'aple yesieid.y, dated at Heath Haven, whi.u
ran: " PWaS. publish iii ymir p.p.-r tba: til re ls ii
party going imo Oklahom. tho l&i. _4 this umutb. if
ilf go In who sir they ars going and wtioan* mak*
IBg preparations tn t?, there will be 'J..'iii(l. We Will
-tari flout lins platte." The cam ls Signed by l_ ll.
Mug-alt.?al lbs reported leviers rn ibe movessaal ta
oater OBIshw-Ba, aud there ls ne doab! thai July inls
lim tiiue for the pi-n-os' 4 aivau-a. inai seeiaay alni
eaaltoa vbteb eharaaiarised tue early efl.iris la casi
asele, I: iw Ulai Hie liamps aro sent .niau, lli'il I te-y
have suij-criptinus ainuutriiig to ah.jut ?fiij.'lin) aud a
-BI*gS laiil-Jlul of aui'iiuiiilloii ali I arius. Il IB sal 1 I h lt
ibu " It.iiiuir," Ho* ame of Ibo irgMliaUOU, will meet
,t nb BUlOokr -fm opiio.iuon in Maj ai Bi miner, a mau
feared a,ko by Indians ami wini.- moo. Ilia plan ls
pl ut n aub'. Iiehaa_,f.ii ardon lo ilia In.nans, wbo
..re on the wi st part ot Oki?boma, to p oagh tw,* raids
around meir r..g. s. as iio i.ieaas to hilra evaarj sp-ar
of grass Iii th'' ina titi'V ? i-ipl wh.il tbe Indians reipito
io gi _?! their etoob. lu ibis way ih.iavmtMa will have
io nulli, upon wilie,i lo feed their stock and willvrao
In a..) bo BlalVud oul.
MKPKKRRNTA Tl VE ROO* T LE-.\ OBIS A TED.
J.itiK, 1'i-iin., July 12 (S]>ccutli.?'l'lw Eric
County lieiiiui'iallc C.UV.nl.uU lu-*la> ihosu III" lolloW*
in,! cali.Udale, : Peg <hiu?rreas. Winiam U Maali I lor
Assembly, James K. Huri.s, of I.ne, and A. Il Heard, uf
Nulli 1,1*1; Pieseaeal Juice, Tbeodsia a. i?.inn. nf
ii.,-. . um,iy I'rooauror, Jwba Baa.aU, >>f Voawaga
i.salsa ta tba Kiata Uoavaatioa w.i. laeinietad
to yu.u iuu atat-BB of air. atoll lor ibu govsiuurs-iip.
KI-SOLVED TO DII-TOGET-iUl
BUWIDEOF A BROTHER AND SEWER.
FOUND DEAD IS ADJOINHTQ BEDS WITH
PI8TOL8 IN THEIR HANDa
TB! TP.AGKnT not DIBCOVaaKD for _OCK5?*
KO __A801*1 -MOWN roil TIIK SI'ICIDK?
AM P.I.DERI.Y P.lit NOT IN GOOD
lil.ALIIt AM) WlllIOLT
FIlIIiNDS.
Two revolver! wore di.-trharj.eil on Sunday
Bight I. tba house on the northwest e<>rner of Twenty
hft 1st. and Lexington-ave., and twellvefl wore oudod.
but the shots wore not heard nnd quiet rol-nml In tho
Beast until after noon y interlay. At 1-90p. m., tho
people llfleg in the aetghbestng houses wore stetted by
tim lateBtgeaaa that Adrian Croey, aFraoehaiaB, peal
middle aga, aad bis otdei Batar, Laela, had committed
sulolnn. The.tr Im.llos h td been found in a noni on tho
lecotni fleer, boara after li'ehad .oparted from thom.
Mr. Cru.y Bad bte sister ware unmarried and had lived
together in the three-story house go, 80 Lesti_s"ioa*ave.
for mon. than thirty years. Mn was tlfty-onn years of
Bga and his sister waa Iirtv- rrluo. Tiley had beou devoted
to Bach other an I hilled quiet lives, seldom payin?
b1s.II '.r roeolvitiir eempaay, bat paaslag every evening
la eaeh ether*! leetety, Twa servant.*-. Hose aad Katie
Kelly, who afe listore, were tho only other occupants of
the house. M.". Cruey waa a ??nrnml.-nlnn BMfCtaBl at
No. "i iteevar st , bal ba had only a __oderate Ineetae,
The boase was furnished eomfortsbly but plainly and
Was Dile 1 by the ye ir ,\ lar.-e froat room aa Kio s. cimd
flour was Mr Cru.y's bad i-lia:n!"-r, WbilS tim rc it mum
".* thisa.il--.r was o.,iapte-1 by MlMCreey, Althea -ii
emil roon wm Barapted by only nae parana, it eoolainaI
two beds wi.b ii slwaya w.*ro kopi ready tor us...
?aaa aad Batts Kelly s'eat souaJly la a room aa tim
top Door -sunday Dight sud When they awoke they had no
-u-pl.iuii that anythiii. unusual hal happened. They
wore not alartued as the nun ri * 11 __r wore away Without
Hie appearance nf Mr. i'rti-y ,,r his ?.'-t.r, bOOW se it was
th-lr onoto u to sleep lite and take Into breakfast.
?Mis Creep bad Bet brea la flood be nth fur several
waa ka sad frequently h .-i do) left lier room before boob.
Mr. Cruey ii ?i been in a., i i,,d net left ibo boase s iee
'ihiireiLiy. ino sarvaata weat about their work In tba
lower -innes mini boob belora they thought of entering
tim rooina on tue ncc ami Boor. Theo Boas Kelly
knocked at tbs nam usually eeeapled by M isa Cr joy,
bul got ao saswar, Tue .lour wai aol r itone i and she
pushed lt epea a little way. Tba room waa empty and
neither ..r tba beds had bi en 41 I ii bed ilnoe the previous
day. Rote wenl .lawn it*_trs aad laid to bei listen
" Bl a ('rucy -Ii 1 nOI sleep lg nor rOSOl inst Bight, Mr.
Crucy must ba worse sad may ba she has been walting
"ll ..ia ali Bight.*1
** Perhaps.** aaid Katie," she has none to sleep In bia
room f .1* morning and li li best aol to disturb them."
Ann in t luci p . i . 1 .md Lieu I;. ?? tOOUglll lt 00088
s-trv i leoBselt BissCruey about some boasabold Mt air.
sha seat late M1-9 Cruey's room sad knookad ac tim
door leading to tba froat room. The door was loos 1
sud tbeto waa no reenouse. Aa odor ol esospl
iittr.iried her attention, sim tamed away from the
diinr lo eall brr .stht'i sn 1 holli 11 au Basealed snrelope
ly|,.g mi .'-lias Crucy's be 1. Tba envelope wai Bddresi **-l
lo " Bise and Katie Kelly." and eontaiued a paper with
writing on it. 1 lie nasty look wblsb ihe iel rant tn"'*, at
;b.-wiitin'., whs en ni.h tu h.:: fy arr ti.tt somutblog
t'-ri'itiio lind ii ippen -l .md shs ran down stai-s seream*
log, il.istny cannie nor sister, sba seal her oul io min
lunn a iiuin?!?.11,ni au i then called to t.o nearest neigh*
hors '.-? c mm n:to tbs house.
"limn Jennings an.1 Kernan wera within eall and
.OBI to tba bouse Immediately. Kuan K'.-liy said ga* wa
ase.ipili.' 11 Mr. c raey'i room and mho ti grad t .at im and
Bis Mater wera dead. Tba polloemea broke late ibe
loom sad lound it full ->t _,t*, w dob was ea aping from
sa upon urner. Mr. Cruey sn '. bis -l-iei- were dead lu*
Baea. hut they 1 I noi bean billed by tba gas. The light
which sire, ned Imo tba room when tba windows w.10
opened reroaled a uaatb irene suoh cs the oifloers bad
ItUS led Tau In la Stood with t tell' heads
ag ti * 1 - r the north willi el th-, room. On one lay tbe body
? d Mr. Crecy, a man of Ur^o frame uni heavy festal-.,
willi ici-.iy hail e.r.iii ? annul his li,*a-l and ii abort gray
nm- tobo. Bis face waa tamed toward tho eeillogond
the pillow s-hloh sspported hie bead waa ball eoverea
with .lr:.'1 blind. lu Ins right hand, svtncn lay on bia
. wee a revolve! af targa eallbra. Ba bad ab it
bimi! lt behind the right ear .ed tb. bullet bad pa.1
mm tba m.tin. Death must base followed tie .-_.it
. Ob tba other bed lay tba body ol B ? Cruey, a
sin ir woman .Uh ano awhile hair, A hulle
li-.!- H.- ii tampia and torn out ber righi eye before ii
turned toward toward the bruie She had died lying
ouher tefl side, evidently siter a short struggle, sad
'in. gb atty sv .1:1.1 sv .a in fun view. A revolver similar
?n nm nu. w.iieh imr uretbet ii 11 u*e 1, but Bower, lay oa
the bed nour ie 'righi band, Krijeutly shs bsdshol
herself sj*), sj the Indei nagero! her righi bead and
nm p.iiiu ot her left bend warn b'aeBea-d witb Boral
powdar, it rtber proof of a double aulclde wera wanting
ll -las .aiippliel li-, | lie .-! BtBI IBnl Wli-en K-M Kelly b.id
fun ml na .-lisa Crucy's bed in tba nagi ri ma,
dbe ni.neiii. ut wm written ona abeot ot large letter
pa ia 1 h., vin.- af tba top the pi tuted let let B< ad," Adrian
true . No. oj and j? ueaver-at., Bew-York," and read
aa follows:
Ni.sv - V'iuk, J.ii) 8, 1 8.0
Wt coin ail I .ii eic uf our own will.
Ll 'II- t'Kll'V.
aii. "ubi ? r.
ToMossre. P. A. Mar.ily, EBgaaa Plten, Jolea Vatabla
and othei' ll louds :
If you atilt ba ve some reealli ct mn of eur friendship in
former lliur-s, pleass b.vs oar bodies placed In our plot
ni i ..Ivar) I uine 1 cry bear mir beloved dep.trie.I 0080,
Au. Cai cv.
All tbe writing waaia Br. Crocy'i baad incept tba
Signature uf his sl-tir,winch ba-l beru wrifeu ty liorcelf.
PoUlod Inside ol the \ spec was a half-sheet of small mile
i'aper mi which tim norna U had wt'llluli the lOllOWIBg lu
I on, il:
They, tho gtrll who Mill be with mc ar Hm time af say
iieatb, aud st. -ne low Kalle aadUoae Kelly.toput
?aub mo iu mi collin ali thal will us len in tba -audliox
an. r I alu lin ss,al, willi lin* eSCeptlim of Hie little parcel
oi hos worked " -driau ? rucy ** which I de.my vn-h tu
bo put in Mr. Crucy's cullin sitar his deal__
Ki cn Cbui v.
I.'nder a tabla in a room whore the bodies lav was
found a -'.tudliox. In ll were ueatlv folded nome art.I
oflaites' underwear uni a small papa, hoi Barked
"Adrian Cruey.'* Tho boi eoutaiaed severnl laekaet
bair, on. ol whleb was sasw-wblia aod probably had
boaaeUpped from lbs womsa'so*vn heed rhe
were in ut^-lit clothing and uesriy eoverod with Ihi bad
Ciillii'*. lt was thought l-J the pol., union tiiat '.he couple
I. t.i in.eie careful propurailuoa for suiehle sod had mi?
lba gai sacaptng la the room betoreihey -hot thamselvee,
lu order tbat the] wooldbe suflooated lt the sboti f.n.ed
i - ??a.'i-e Immediate death. Oue ol ibe ruBcors aumuwaa i
i ny Coroner Jenkin!, who examined tba nodiee sad
a.. .1 thal death m each teen bad resetted fr.mi a b.liot
s-.uiuii. .mi sash biaaal Dc. Jaaklua feund s roaery
iii teing that tue brother aad sister were.ttomM* Catho*
li--.. Ho made a emreful saareh tbtougb Um..ms and
uni s'lum, l tua servant^ bul ?a.s unable to discover eny
um-nu ii,r Hm tragsdy. The date of the wrlttoa deo'ar*
allon Ol si.l.ide Kl..-ste, 1 H..ti tl.e cnn-lo had mad.) up
their nun is en thursday te din together; yal -bey bad
i 4 imtmyml th.tr purpose to .ay porsoa. Ib.sarv.n_8
sahl they bad uot noticed aoythiag unusual lu th. ee
h.iviut af Um i rueyi aiespt tbat they were hoi ib
lie.nlli.
?Mi .-nudity, July I, Mr. ('rucy and ids elster had g me
to i al.ar) Cami tar] la itali tba ii >-i in arhieti the twdiee
nt their lather, motes., two slste.aaada__._bef a.is
burled aad had leturaed much fatigued. Br. Ci
baea nearly proatr.iad iy tbe beal and bli sickness <>u
owlngdays s is tba result Eaeh bedchamber oa
mu se.i.n.I iln?r w.is di Borated with t _otosrr.p*_fl of the
lumby pint la Datvary Cauwtery. Tue plelureashowed
a space oaelooed b> .t lou sloae railing, win amoau*
ti.mit of mai i.ie rising Ib tim mi uiic of a alaster ?f
. IVS. A Brose, With a wreath of Howers out mit nf
ei.me, Miriiininii.'d tim monument. ?>u the base sv.,s
tim aagd**Creay ** la targa letlera aad Bbivewaatha
iiisfi'ipinm," -..pin.. I r,i"v. die i Joly .-i. idtW." I i' b
room alao eoBtaluad Bbetogmphs ol Ibo leed relatives,
same old Preaeh eagravlugs tula aumberofold Preaeh
booba The bir1.ls.rlB la _ nh room nor.- ol i i ur. Wheo
aakad why aachruaai mniaiatil two beds, Base Kei;>
am I she did not know. She had 'a. a .servant Ju tlia
house f,, ir i oars .iii.l the rooms hal been fUrplsbOd tn
tbs same way .lurm- tbat lune. .-.urie Bights Mr. I riley
would sleep iii one ot lila ae.Is and some in. lits in Hie
olber, wiiiln Mies cmcy usually slept lo OOO bed Ibo year
round. They were aloe people to worb for, tbe servant
said, beni 11 se tba. tv.*ro sn ipi let and bad IO l?e VlSllOM,
Oa -malay, they weal eruct tu.-t_ Btepbeu's Cburcaor
to Hie I'u..nh of .-; Vlueeul do I'sul, but they prularr.d
the latter tnxaunn tin*) me' I renell people there.
Uv. J.-iikiiia foin..I a box BIM wi rn papers iii Mr.
< riley's hdiii. M.tiiy-of the il... uni,-:,ls stein ai nten in
lien- li and sumo of Ilium were ..I iin-ient dale. A loag
iieiiior.iiid'iiu, evidently wriitou b) BIBI Cruey, gars tba
ita tra of bulb of \,n ions i ne in lit r? ol Ibe r nully lu I nineo
an.l of tin ii -lc tin lu tins cuuiitry, a liol o' bOHSObnhl
I Ul ll lilli tt nml all ni. .nilli Ol HM cast nf Ulai Ut H. li I Uk- ll,.
plot iu UalVBgy -'cw.let/. Thoru were voiiuivul. . ot ?
."".'"""i' J? i?-_*. amiros in mo .ssw-um ?........-,
fcxobaiige P.nk, 100 shures of tbe eolande Central
11 oiiaulnlat-il Bining Company, IO share* of Um Kooley
Motor(urupanv, SjMOsharas of theTorhahlra Mining
t omi .my. oertfaeetea nf neimier-nlp in tbe PrtHluoo Kv
ebaage. Metal Kxoiuin.e nml Maritime Exehaag. aad a
policy for -1-7,0^1 insurance .1.1 tim bo sehoid furniture.
A iniio explained that the roi ti neate ot rneoibership In
tb? ProduoeExcn -nga, atiimuKii in Craey*enMM, wastho
property of hla sisior. Tb.-ro was imf a stui to show
mat m.. iriievs liud nny financial ditlleiilties or otner
Mimina trouble. Hr. Jenkins eaiue to tim conclusion
that they had perhaps dwelt ton ui'ieh ou Hie memories
of their dead ralatlvea and, becoming weary ot tneir
looely lives, BM decided that it waa heti.-r to join the
family lu Hie other wnrl-1. Ile aent for Mr. Hark, an
undertaker, of gu. 209 Wost Twanty-tfiird-st., wbo had
luirle- sumo members nf the rainlly, amt gave a Permit
to prepare the bodice for bartel. Tnea bc told tim ser?
vants to take care of tho i.ouso until tue I'ublie Adminls
tiatot toon char_enif.be property. lt was said thal
ob|eo*_on proii.blf would oe made to tne bunal ol tue
oodles in Calvary Cemetery, because af tbe rale of the
( atholl!) I'hurcli dial suicide ls a bar to beria! lu conse?
crated irroiiud.
i Mr. ( moir's ofPees noiiiplod Ibo Whole of thBMeood
J.roaekal n->. BS Boo vet-st. Proa tho several clerks
in um eat.bl_Btam.al tba foiiowiiu* laois nero glenned:
Mr. l r my caine tn tins country from France In 1052,
When a boy of soventni B, as 001-001 undi tig c.erk for K.
laius, In- Heater A Co. of Paris. Tins linn carried mi
an export and import tindo In pro luca, ml, and general
merchandise. At that time or soon after Tracy's fatber,
mother, brother and two sl.teis oaiue to Auiott.a. After
several rears the dna name was ohaoged tc E. Caius,
Beche! ,v Co., Br. Caius still being ta. tiartaer realdeu,
in NOW-York. Ki 1864 Mi', t'tiiov lott the employ of the
tirui and stilted la bustBsee.wlth bia |brother us a pro?
vision broker. They dui uot prosper greatly, however,
aad ta 1872 ha teturned t" his old employers. After?
ward his brothel di...! as di-l niso his father, mother and
oneni his sisters In tue house at No, ?;>) Lexlngtoo-ave,
lu 1-iT- Mr. 1 iii. lie I.the tlrm mime bream.) 1'. Hornet,
and Br. Cruer wee ita ageat lu this oeuotry. Leal
M ireh th- tlrm Ila'lcd. Br.Cieey was Involved toa cer?
tain extent, mit n -t lerloosly Hm clerks said, at -i bating
tue good willoi all the old customers In* sot up lu Ima no -s
for himself. Be waa doing fairly wall ead bia suleldsJ
Ullina could uot iii aiiy way ue caused hy heal ISMS
trou.lea.
Mr. i'rucy had nut t-oon nt the ofTlec since Wei! nos Jay.
Ile ssent with his sister to Hie cemetery when tin- family
vver-* buried, uti -uudis, July l. Hie beat overcame hun
an. he rame n.-ar having a sunstroke. Tim doctors told
bini ho must keep quiet and ho spool only a ss-all por?
tion of his Hmo in tho ollie.). Ills sister, who waa about
ten yours Ins sen lor, w is alan ..fleeted by the heat. 'Aime
attbeon.ee Mr. Cruey eeemed drowsy aod Its tl ssa, but
betrayed no evIdeuoes of Insanity, wednesday waa the
lat time th il !.e ottno d.-wn. The people at tim nl'leo
ueiitup letters m.I-'.rafts for him to sitiu sud DO did SO.
<m toter I.y h. tobi tb. boy mat tbs dood.rs bsd for?
bid icu imn to read auytblng, but bo signed a letter ih.it
vs ts in .ii by Unit dav's sf.-unirr. .'nat waa tue last act
of business .md lim c.i 1.a i/eurd nothing furtser until
a reporter told them ol ihesilclde, They oatd thal Mr.
fl ney vi., an excitable tuan, Ult whOli lint under Ihe ill?
ili.euee ol paaslon sr is lu at an I sus ve in bl. manuel *.
At tim o-.ee of i:. 0, i nu ACa, Br. Crecy waa not
riled asa min btv lui; any considerable capital. Tn!
i n. s; report reierredto some rather questionable treas*
sctluos iu r,a. eataiH a-. Arlington, N. J. luis oma iu be?
lia r of Bee hot and Mr. Cruey had evidently acted under
ic.; n advice, e-riii ibe efiee' had neon to Injure .i's Busi?
ness ataud ug. Mr. fr.ie;, aaa a mam.ee of the Produoe
..;:d M..mime Exchanges,
DEAD OB A BLUFF I HOVE TBE HUD ??>".'.
The body of an naknoiva nun, who bad evi
dani p .lunn ind bu.ci io by shooting himself, was
i u id yesterday maning at <>ri"-hutidred-an-l-ihi.ii-*,t.
sud I wei, m-, ve. I.y i'o.leeman Edward Hoyle, aha was
pti iunm,- his neat wi.e i in. stumbled acrusa tue bo.lv.
li waa in an Upright p altlou, and was ho SHBgllll tb it at
Hie le ,al |uUUU ll Wu.I. I . ll ll.. ? I ll tn lil" ll ll.I .oil KlV.-r.
The m.i ii .vas apparently a ' ?"- in an, a.-e annal litlv-ilve.
He bal bran seen |q tit,. iien,';iborlijod for several d.?ys,
hut iiouiily knew lie w.is.
.HOT HIMSELF OPPOSITE ill- Wi ll.?* BOME.
A man rveariaj. da k olothci Md ;i clt.rk
" jumper," stopped In freei of tho tea moot-bouse Na,
332 Bast T utv-s -vii'd-st yeatardsy morning, and
deliberated shot blmaolt turouga tue forehead. He >vas
ar s nie when a police a ta p!c.v) I I.i'll up all I took bim
tn Bellevue H ? .' ., .bore be di--1 soon alter hu
a ii .alon. The man Was sun-e | leiuly reeogalSOd is
A exaoder Biehler, a.'*) tblrty?turo->, ,1 milkman and
of I n temperate babita. He bat boon separated from
bu ri fe Kr -om., time. Bbs lived in thu nou.o oppu_.t_
wuicu be Unca hm
A DIG fAl LURK IS SUGAR.
J. DE RIVERA St UU .UBI ED TO bUaPEXD.
Til i: LIABILITIKB I il.il.l's ri a t r a miXAON?COS
I BelON IN THU lil'M* aPPAI-td.
Tlu* sugar trade received a Burpriae yeater
day bv tho aoaoaaoameni tu it Baivadar Koa, of tuo Bras
of j. de it.v. ra _ to., sug-tT Importers, at Ko, H7"
Peeii'Sb,had made au aaslgnaMat of thai iii m's atlaira
to Freaeti T. Bargrnt, Several attaehaeata apoa tue
billi's properly were Recured durtag Ihe day. Mr. Hos
was with bia eoaasel nil day aud eon! I uot bo aeon, and
Beary C. de Blvara, the ether iBembar of the firm, has
not been at tho office slnco Thurs lay last, Petey lt.
K mar. who dissolved hie tateroet with ihe firm in May.
ami was In tne omi til ry, was telerrr.ipned for and oame
to the etty to take ebarge of the olios lo Mr. Boa's nu
nemo. Tba urtu, winch lian been prominent smoog tba
ingar Importing hoassa for forty-siv yeera, failed in
July, l*-.. with larg. H.biltttee, end afterward mule a
letiiem.iit arith tho crediton paytiu l<? poe cent or
the liabilities erery sixty days. Wbou this SOttlemOBl
was completed la May. Br. Biog retired from acive ie*
tarrst la tba buslaas. Henry c. ea Rivera and Belva.
dor Boo continued the buataees and mal.taloed their
braaob houses la I'orto Moo, santo Domtago, c tba and
Mexico.
since tho failure t*vo year* ago tho firm has
tluued to he large rocelvefa of euc tr, but it la believed
that tho efferta made by Mr. de Elvera t" seitio with
ins ..editor, ia io short a tune wore toe great a bur ten
to Barry, aad resulted iu ti.e present embarraaeBsoal
and probably tho unsettlemeBt of his mind. Mr. Hos
had been it) ts.into _)otnii),io several weals aud carno
beeb a few days atm. bu li.nl not returned to buiiness ;
consequently he kuew nothing of its condition, lt was
thought by BOBBI, IB connection with ibo fscl that tho
linn had recent.y received largo cimsigninems of su.'.ir,
that Mr. de Kivera Bight have obtained advances upuu
lt for his personal benefit; but this lUggOStlOB was do
BoaaoBd as absurd by creditors who recalled hrs honor*
abe action In the settlement of bis recent trouOles amt
the high et.ndlng of the firm for many yous. Br. de
Kivera is a widower with two children, aud in Juno went
to a country place on Kona- Island to ipeud Hie summer.
It was not koowa at the otlioe where his summer home
i?, uor was It known Whether bo was ibero or not.
All that could bo said about bim previous to
lils last visit to tho oiric" on Tnursday was that for sev?
eral days he seemed to he sick amt worried about souie
tbiug that ho did not caro to speak of. J. C. de Kivera,
tho fath'-r of Henry C., ant the founder of tbe linn,
wno retired several yeats a<o, ls said tu be a tnllilonane
and has bren the iadoraec for the ti rm. He lives ni
Ohm, bal waa tu the city yesterday. No detlulte ide. uf
ibo lia.mites coull ba aoeert aluei, souie ostini tcni
tiiem as lnjjli as $500,000, and uth-*rs as low as | -.""?>.
Mr. Kinuraanl: "I waa lu Hie country yesterday when
I received a dispatch summoning me lo tba eily. L'pou
reaching tho city I wm surprised te learn tun Mi. Ros
bad made an assignment tn Mr. Bergen I, li is not pea*
sllile lo Kl ve .ny Idea uf What the lui.lines an-aa every
thing is iu confusion. However, tue bouka ab.e no evi?
dence uf Irregularity. Mr. de Kivera has not neon seen
here slaee leal Thursday, and Icnaot account for ms
remaining away. tS nether be ts lu tho city ur tn the
country I il.i aol know. Mr. Koa has boen with ills
counsel all day ami has noi bad tine to Investi?
gate anything. Ho hus been ni Beete DoiBlOgO
for several weeks ami I preaassa dues not
kn 'W any m..ra of tim condition of
affairs than I do. I he firm ll one or the ni.mst luthe
cl y. having been setabltabed by J. <'. .ie Rivera forty'
?ix ye irs uko, and has ooBiieotioua tn Baale Immiogo,
Porto Rleo, Cub. aad Bexiea. Yes, we f.niel twoyeers
ago ead agreed with the creditor, io ko on wu-i in.
hUBlneea and p<> te.i per cout of our debts every silly
il.,., i ito lin.ti p tymon; wai malo lu May and than 1
retired.**
1 ne records of R. Ot Dun .V Co.'a Mercantile ...ency
sliowtli.lllietli.n was founded January 1, 1878, atte.'
lue ilisso.uimu of lbs old Ililli of lue sa.no nam-' ant Ibo
retirement of .1. <le Kivera. lue paririeis iii i-.e new
tl. rn'were lleurv r. de Rivera, Salvado. Koa amt I'eroy
h. Km., -in.' previous tlrm iud doaa 1.us.ness ,1 the
same place amt under tue same name tur tun years. 1 be
BOW Brm had a capital ot .. _ ? ?? l,OO0, aud I tori 1 y u da
Kivera claimed tn possess rea estate Valued al gl_sj\000,
Hiiis 1.. t.'.i . au avallaOla capital nt **:.:<mi.h.m?. ino timi
were lara, receiver- of sager, whleb tell anloiy upon
a ililli 111.ilk- t and tii.*v h.ul 10 borrow heavi y tram tue
banks. Hi June, 1884, they _,*??! Ih.tr pHaelpal cred
tims for an exieuslou, wbieb was graated. la July al
tne same year au ai ratigement was sutured into Whereby
tbs Indebladoeaa was lo ue pall off ny instalments every
two montiis. Uv Deeember, 1-ii. tiiey mi paid m.
ei.Mii inaasamaaia, and by March tbe last dellar *?**
pail. Tb. trouble waa du. to ih. tallara of their Weal
India eorrespondeata to m^et their obUgatloas, and tue
boiiorabie action aud evident business an;.itt of Mi',
Rivera led Hie creditors to repose me Birnie.! Pood*
danae la hi^i al that time. About J ill v I a rep ri Came
mal tue tlrm -v is in ima de and going lum liquidation.
Ve.lerday cam..-tbo as-'guineui lo Prousts I -araout,
with no preferences. Too firm claims assets lu eic a of
their nallinnes and hope l<> pay 1,1.
TELEGRA1 nu lOt RE
AIDlN'li CBILDRR-I IN I'llIKADKI.l'lil.V.
Pim.sm 1 inn. Jilly i- is/iecuiii ?. ne aroona bovie g
In 11.11 k** Un' < iilidi'eu'a All ->o_ieiy report lual in Juno
a mannus ware t uni for .uri) wo.nen wnli iwo.u m ><><
dJlidroue.ee Twuuty-taree BhilJro. wera pbsood ia
famllieo, one la a bosiuui, ead boar.itug was .bumed
fur thirty . hildr.-n.
Kl -I ll OP PRIBOETOM EXAMIBATIOBB.
1'lllM I I. >>. .1 lit I.. ?Th. Pl l HO'* Kill I o le KO elauilll*-"
n.iis tor aimisaion have soded. Fha cambo. >'f sppl-*
cania waa 'UV, ut wimm iii wein admitted to lue
academic eourse aadtairty-ets io ibo sswatilaeearae,
1 ai. showa s gala uf ttxty*two over tim aaaiberedmtttod
ubi year.
vtuitk op TUE kakm.ia. kui: hivinh CREW.
Pun si._i i'm t. Joly 1 _ ISfi'Cftt). -Ilia .Marillin- I X"
Cb.ll.e lo-.lay lualt ultu 1 il n..Ile.1 of lue lieioio toll.Int
ul Hie li.n nr.al Ul. S.VIBg flew 111 ti.eir cit ul le IO -.ve
um crew ol iii" austrian emrk Rroilewvika im Pebruory
1 1, .'ld fm wurdtol tl,-'-? IU eipi.t. pal la Ul Ibe vt oin.va
nf liol tillea Illili VV tl 1 1 'Si Uieil UVi'S a ul one ut mo
suliiveis h..o was injured.
nil. ANTJ-SALOON MOVEMENT
UPUBUCU CON'FKRENOE I\ BO .TON.
AGKKiTINO THAT A C-).18l ITb HOXar. AMKVI.M_._TT
siiotm uk MT,MiiTKii to rm: psjoPtS.
[ar TKr.R'jnaeri t?> tue x__ho__,|
BodTOW, July l--.-Ap.*,?|,Urr-.,,,v.rrti<.n waa
bold in Huston today, probably ita exact rouuterp.rl
waa never bold in Massachusetts before. It was nelthor
sn out-and-out prohibitory x.-henng. nor au old-fash
loued moral-suasion temperance meeting ? but p+Mouk
Borne what of the charaeierlstlos of both. A suggestion
of what may come lu the future wh-n publrc sentiment
will indorse and Bunport unadulterated prnhilntloa.
Ihocall urKe.1 tho attendance of active ItepunIleana
from all parts of the Htate and said :
"lt is the rurposo of the conference to dl?e uss the
attitude which the Republican c-arty should bat a-k-d to
maintain willi rBfereneo to tbe temperance question and
to consider the propriety of sending de|e-_tos to rho
National Conference of Anti-Salooa K.pub.u-arn called
to meet In Chicago. "
Tho call cited the reinlutlons adopted st a conferer.ee
of li.*j nb.leans In ..1 lu New-Jersey lu M ty, and staled
the belier that a large majority of the Rapabtlaaas of
Massachusetts held sentiments In common with Kim.
already expressed by the Republicans of .New-Jersey
and Vcru-out.
There were about '.'DO Ker,tlemon In attend.noe. among
whom were Senators Tappan and Morse; President
fanen, of Tufts Cot lorre; _. W. IKckneil. I,. Kdwla Dud?
ley, IC K. Rlabop, K. II. Haskell. R. li..Minis rn, i ..moral
Joh:, Ii. .Swift, Db H. H. Markwell| H. II. W_rr, of
Marblebeai ; Colonel J. _, Nelson, the Itcv. Dr. J. If.
M.? s, Henry Parkman; Kepresoutatives Clark, of
I.yuu; Harlan, of Middleboro, and Marev, nf Newton
Henry II. Tamil, ?. _, Hobart, la k Wool;
ex-Senator Allen, of Plymouth; Councillor
Greeley, of Clinton; Kepresonuiives Ho'.erts, of
Kyt.n. Ilennik. of Cambrl l?e ; Mn ill. of Noi'liilioroigh;
Kleld, nf Boatoa, and I'edorhen, of (-1 llflray, Pevar.1 of
the mott prominent Republicans .ho si__e.l Hie call
were not present.
The convention was eaile,Ito order hy Colonel B_ |_
Haskell, of Gloucester, wbo mada a brief amt wary
speech, expressing Ins sympathy w.tu a BBBtaa eui
which miiiht tent lo suppress Ii-ju ir sa.onus. Behest lt.
Hilliup was tbe per.naiiout presiding officer .ml V. ,..k
Poxetaft olli- lated as secretary. Mr. Blshap said :
'? I congratulate you tliat there are seven hun tr-,1 'ess
af thata la Ibo City nt Bootee tbs yen- nan were ia
Huston last year. I cm.ratnialo you tn it this ro?
an, t has been ac. ompltil.ed by Co acive
efl.ir's of men mainly Republican*, threagfe a Police
CuimisMon satab Bbed i.v a it peblieea Logrlelaiara aai
appiimtod ny a Bepahlteaa Beverage. Rn ret, <,.j-i
kaovs, there are toe meay. The Bepaidleaa party baa
been divided on the queslloliSuf prohibition, llceus-. au.I
ll I.: li llcoiiso. Bat BOOB olio th::..' it ia sgl" ld?a * Bbl rs
aud honest perpoee to cut down and din,in.-li ilia , rttfl
of latemperaaea to the lowes: peeelbls p ? i u l/pea tba
evils of tba corner gmcKery, where un n reciprocally
treat ead aro mutually Melted late lb. gaiter, eb re
ehlldrea ara tralaed tobe ensslaets, a uMeebada seen
a I'light over boaoeho is sad hoeaaa mer. is, thara cia
bo, un division of sentiment."
A commutes o:i resotuttoai wu amputated,
and winle lt was oat, Tobo I- -wiri
made a rtBglBg speech a".i:;<t IntoaiB-faaee*.
Beery Perkmaa, from the c ?mtttes bb rasoiei sal
said tii.it tim comiuitteo hal agr.-el Bpoe a geeOMl
BtMteawatof prlaotplaa rather thea ?.thoda aad mat
aader that agrsoBieat thsy eeald Bot propel..-le
in t ie r r.-purt eon da resolatio u ??! Dr. :. . . ?? .. he
then re.t 1 tin* follow.ng :
Bbereea, Tho liquor daal-*rs of this Vate liavo r.-c-nt*
ly c,im..med with the avowed purp.ee or eooirolllag
leglBiatio. io tue interest of . tr.nh.- -a .nen is m. ve;., .
admitted to be a fruitful aoureo ot poverty, u-i-rrj ... t
Brime, a HMuaeo io Boetety aod aa air.,.-au; ami rorrapB
foice in polities, an! wm'- we mcogutte lb. Ism
that tn to ara good trmpersoeo bm. lb sn
par I.-., w.- yet bo. love t. .at the Kepi Hean part] i
should be the moot effective loetreiaoat ls the i i;,*<jf
t. inpeian-e, aad by its history ind tradittoos is e?sa*
milted to IbOSOppor*. of wua'.ev r ma ie. fur t ls tn arel
and spiritual welfare of tba people; therefore,
Hetolttd, That, ia ear i idgasset, the Kepuo lean party
shou.u i.I'l'isti. itself anew lu aneonipivr.tis'og Baiaaya*
BUM to tho saloon; that such o.i-iatinu tBOUld lu' en?
acted as miy i>e best ai pted t> ra tr e. iu* K-. - ir
trattle; alike lu tue framing and safaroiag of laws lal -r
Ingapoa thisqaastloa the eade la vi>*w sooald ie. ibo
protection ot me aommualtr from mo evils ablab flow
fro11, iii., a,.,. ,,f intoxloatiag dipi'.rs.
L,-.ulre I, rhat we argo apjoe Basoaehusetts Repuh'..
eaaa tua importance of earrylag lins queetloa uno-he
Vnrloi is e .Heises .md ciinve -. t I.s. is of lo. puts', with.
view to sseurlag the nemtoatteti of can itdstea wno are
in fuii sod siuoero sympathy with tues-* pnaelplse.
llxzoolaed, 1'lrat we invite men ni all parties who a.Tea
wBli mes- v:owa to co-operate willi Hie i:. pi noaa
party tu ail practical measutor for oarr.ii:.> 1MB- mid
elleer.
Ettilrett, Tba! the chair Ib aethertsed ant ia slr naiad
to aupulul au Bdueotlon < .minute of fl fte. u ne n-.ere,
ibo dutv -f winch shall be to present the-., resaiui ons to
the neil Republii an -tate Cooventloo,..d sahl oom Blisse
is iieie > lostrai tod to appoiot delegates i*? reureseal
Baasaebuaetts st Hi. Natl.mal Conf"renee ?t _ab>
BalooB Bepanlieaas called to sssat ai Chicago,
The rasoluttene svere men dteaaaea I at c ms ler.ibi.
.etieth. Dr. Klaekweil, the wo aaa BUfNgtSt, a Iv.,, atett
a resotatiea reeemasaadlag, in the ieteraelel praattBBl
lemparaaee, farther applications ot the prlerlpts of
local option by eeforetag "n> license" m ..itu nt
eui s wbteh sd volo ant by exteadiag fall ?aaiefpa
suffrage to feaMle ellissa. Prestdeal Cape., of lufts
Oaltearr, sppessd Mr. BleehsrelPs iwaotallaa aa not
gersssae to tho ebJoetB of the maettag, whleb <-?a
rather a rueeUti!* tor geBSfal expression to glVB voes
to Hie sentiments of temperance IfopahllaaBS of Ma
sachnsotts and to eiriuciato a few gee sra! |im ciplea
wiiicu ruuhl be presented to Ibo State Convention.
Keary Pax n, the uacompiouiist.g foe to i io .'.Hog,
who. wulle nominally a Kepubiican, has (Bryon stool
outside and Jeered at tho parly for not ladotBIBg th- Pro?
hibition movement, tuado a characteristic apsech ia
which be MJii.ht m commit the convention to pr.iiiibl
tmn. Be dealered that the ttsia bad peeeed srhea the
Republican piny BBB appeal to both pi m..mon and
licouie. Ile concluded ny sffbrtag the foi.owing re.-olu
tion :
_ef?o.BS /, That tho ab Kltion of t he trai'lo lu liquor as a
beverage will Borer ba a aaeooae aatil , ohibi atp ? >-s
shall 1-8 enaced an.l enloieed Hiroiulloal tue Cniiiu.i'.-'
wealtli by oili.ois independent of nje.tl app_iu.iu.ui and
dictation.
Mr. Morse, of Catil.ti, offered tho fo.l.wlu. ai ? sub?
stitute:
/i.*j i'?/, That lt is tho seme of this convention thai
th. queetloa of CoBstltutloard prubibttiee ain.u-l be
submitted lo tbs people ol Baaaaehiieeue ta i-e voled
up.rn i.y um people at ta* earliest poeetMe day,
A snarp debato euSiiod, tho m-iro hot-head.-a tirglngtka
adiiptiou of nu extreme platform, willie ihe moro ase
ga.ious, n.c.niling lleury i'.tikmau and L Ki.tB
Dudley, ur.-od a milder pie.eutaliuu of Iheeaaa Mr.
Parkin.tu lani:
If tue words from th's conference aro to have any
fore, brion the Republieaa piny ef td?ssschue.t_s we
must not _'u ant al here divided, i ha k- , ibiii .u i>.'ty,
lie luiiilnied, tilters oil piotnU.tlo i , ta* K pun..eau
party differs nu Woman "Uffraj;*; bul 1 -eli'-ie UM R"
publtesu party la uot divided on tba gaaerol pflaeip ee
brought lorwar 1 lu mo reso.uiious of tue co niinme.
Wo can adopt those resol.ilium Una il.ui.i.ly. lao
other reaniuiious thal nave heeo proposed Here mas: be
ad..ptod ..my by a majority vote, Mr. KaxcB?I aeff
tito Kcutleman's par.tuti. we catinut sdupl t ? -. un.tnl*>
mousty. l will votaagalBsi them sa lesa tae reso,unoB
as t - tomtit-ill-Hi u piouibiti ni is adapted.
Mi. Parkman -if ma geutiaB.aa C01U--1 lt- re ss a t-ro
btbitioulst, he votes sgaiSMI mean resulutioa. If me
Ke-iia mau from t^alaoy eames heie ,i? a K-p iM ia), n.
must endeavor in do SOBBOtblBg t.got SO.u. coa,.uori
plattorut on wintU Ihe Kcpiio.tcau party eu. SSBOC Ap
p.a.iae
Mr Kaxoa?Thal is pm w ;at I am trim ? ' i da
Mi. r.tr-imu?tl '*? 's wm*, it ne di nr.*s - reaeb the
principle, whiou he v.n iee. If be .sata io ti ive llama ot
any sBeOllVe force, be unist not attempt.te I mure
atone*. [Appi?uer.J ll- "os. "ff-r te thees abe Bi
not acree witu bim a uaK-w.i) siep.miK p. tco on willoh
we call i I Stand.
Mr PaXuB withdrew lils resolulmu lu favnr of ih.l
offered by debater Birsti Bad said that if luat resolu
tiou w..s not ad. pted m. re would lo a leets, .s. eo)t i.
lb.- Kepiiblieau camp BofBBB Iouk. Tho .pies; lou belug
cal.e.! lor sen.tl'.r Morse's resolution, lt waa ano..lei ny
.tv.-ieo: :?,i"-i. Ur. BiaaeaeU vitadraa his aweav '
ment a id l"-' i.*n.iitious as aiuofl iel w?rn Bdopfad "If
un.itiiuious vote. Preaidaal Misaop aaauaaa.! a. tua
rxei olive roiniuitl.-e un ter tue reaoi'Ki..us : Aliarge t.
II. bUOe, RufBI 8. PtVet, li. A Haskell, isi CoiiKi-s.'oual
ln*tiict--aui'iel Mii.w, of Rarualanle, lld Distrui ?
1'eiOK Mei.H.ml, of Carver' Hld I'la-r | li. ll.
.*.;earus. ul l.oaoo ; IVih Dlstilet 1.. M Bl l'uer.uii. of
lioaioii , Vu lustrl. I IX ll. Joans a, o: VS'ti Hain I
Vim Disinel- i'l aa_ I). Allen, ot I.Tun. VU*. District
? be Kev K. li. Rice, of Danvers; Vlllili. Disirici-U.
Poaaeodea, or Toaraaead; IXtb Distrtet sVasrea K.
1...eke. ot Norwood : Xiii Distrn l ? i?e,,r_?. P. I..11, of
?sprucer, llth Disinel i.odney Wallace, of I iioimurg f
XUlb DUUicl-J. 1. **lnplei<b, of l-t>rit= -:
io Tt.sr IBS slur ALLJABOB
NKWPoitr, July _._.. ? Tho I'liiiiil St.itoa
BBSMBM A.liauoe willi Kear A.liuli.tl J nell on b>ard.
arrived hera al t a. _. yesterday. Hue win have ber
speed t.-sted ov.-r the luoasared iul.e win. ii was Uni out
b.r. I.y Admiral Kn e. Aller lim aue vv... K-" to la.
sampess si si isa bi I'uBBlarsf llarhar Idaa4 iiert-.o
pass will bo ailjual.-d lhere pr.-paiato.y l? nor gom,' te
seo.
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?BOWES BBLBARBB OM BASE
BOffTOB, July 1- (>i><ititlx.-l'niooM Dowiid
tt> Ua waa atralgii.d lu court oa tbe char.e li. a?? Of
Allia. Watson, l.e pleaded not gullly anti was irqjl.-d
to Hint bail lu tu - suiu oi ?s(K). lhere wno turee iDUuie
lu tho lutiicliueiit*. H" bgal io wall aooal i.a.l aa a-.ur
iu ni* no k willi oiuor pruou-ra uulU bis UoaUsmsav
va ute.

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