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ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Ifapier to Leave a Small Detachment
John Bright on the Election Battle
VEX REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA
?* Mauler by F1m4 Nat H? -HaricM-Na.
lln*! DMptiehd-A Deuekmu la
Qvbin's Hotxl, Loudon, Juue 4, IMS.
The authorities at the I ad la House bare Issued a
cocreoMon of the government telegraph despatches
font Abjshiula published here yesterday, which
4lUd that six hundred native Abysslnlans had been
wept away and drowned by the ruin flood in the
The oerrected version of the report annoonce*
bat oily alx Africans lost their lives by the casualty.
General Napier forwards interesting reports to the
Secretary ol state for India, which have also been
The flnt t? dated at Adlgerat on the 21st of May.
In It the General announces that a small detachment
of British troops will remain stationed at Zoolla.
The whole force of the army, with the exception
of this detachment, had marched for Anuealey Bay
to embark for India, homeward.
General Napier's second despatch?the latest, to
Hand from that officer?is dated the 1st of June. He
Herein Informs the government that the crown or
Theodorus -the royal crown worn on state occasions
by the deceased monarch?which Mad been taken
with the other booty by the soldiers in the fortress
of Magdaia, had been returned to the widowed
This toyj,. .ady remained at the capita, or ruin*.
The General states also that the health of the army
was good, notwithstanding the fact that the men
suffered from the advent of tne rainy season.
An iminc!i >o nood swept through the Sooroo defile,
causing much damage aud rendering the road 1my?hie.
to Bx-Itlinloter Adnms.
Queen's Hotel, London, June 4,1hm.
Telegrams from the Eternal City slate that a
baaqoet was given on Tuesday to T. Buchanan
Beade,.%t which Mr. Charles Francis Adams, exMlnlster
of the United States to England, and a
number of Amercan artists were present.
A Inked States Steamer I .oak;.
uuken's Hotel, London, June ?, 1868.
TOe Cnitecl States war steamer Shamrock, of
Admiral Farragut's fleet, wblch called from tbe
Tagus on Wednesday for New York nan put back to
the port of Lisbon for repairs, bavmit .sprung aleak
Joba Bright on the Irish Church (titration?
The Radical Battle to Be I-'onghi. at the
Liverpool, June 4, I860.
Mr. John bright, M. P., was entertained this morning
at a public breakfast given in bin honor by the
prominent members of tbe liberal party of this city.
Mr. Bright made an eloquent and imw-rrful speech.
After reviewing the policy of the various tory administration*
up to tbe present titne ou the question
of tbe Irish Chnrch, he drew a strong contrast
between the course of the present I'reniirr
and that ?f Mr. Gladstone in dealing with
tht? matter, lie advised the liberals to put forth
all their strrngih in the ne\: Parliamentary
election, ami with great earnestness and warmth of
language exhorted the poople of great Britain to
support thu Liberal party, declaring the success of
Its policy the only means of adjustiutr the dlsseusion
of Ireland and ot perfecting her union with England.
. The distinguished speaker was frequently Interrupted
by applause and was loudly cheered at the
conclusion (4 his remarks.
Tbe Bank Return.
London, June 4, IMW.
The reifiiuir weekly statement of the Rank of Kngiand,
made public to-day. shows tlint the amount of
bollloaln vault u?io<9,ooo sterling greater than last
The Cwpiomian Between, the Hrliig?rcBi*->
Rise of tbe Popalaee? Falcon Ready to
Abandon tbe Country.
Havana, June 4, 18m.
Caracas intelligence to tbe 741 or May is received.
As before reported, an obstinate fight of several
hours' dotation occurred on the loth between tbe
forces ?fit ur.ual and Rojas. Tbe number of killed
la onkno-Yu, but Ave hundred wounded on
botb sides are In tbe hospitals. Tbe rebels
rattnd on account of lark of ammunition. The
Mxt day Hni/.ual, the leader of the national forces,
fearing Uie result of a second engagement, effected a
shea oompromise by which he hoped to gain time,
as Falcon's forces were hourly expected at Cora
Tbe main )xrtnts of the agreement were forwarded to
you several days ago.
? MercaMo and others mistrusted ?he meetings be
Weee the rival commanders, bat Kojas claimed that
Ml the alma of the revoluttoalsta an> secured by It.
Hearty all Uie town* la the country are surrounded
by the revolutionists. ?
The Mttn population tn the east and west have
tinea, aad, rejecting both Brotaal ami Rojae. claim
that the only hope of remedying the existing evils la
to Monagaa, who la In command of three thousand
en at Mo Chlco.
The government la totally unable to pay Its creditors,
the soldiers are la arrears of pay and many,
almoet Baked, are begging on the street.
Falcon la at Coro and baa a steamer ready to leave
at a moasenfa notice, aa be baa determined to leave
?e country. '
ChnmNsI aad Marina latelllaeae*.
11 a van a. June 4, lMt
Sugar la quoted at reals per arrobe for No. is
Dutch standard, with but few sales. Bacon, 17X0.
far lb. Floor, $19 so per bbl.
The ateaaashlp Bienville. Captain Baker, arrived
The fttbamship Raptdao, Captain Cbaeaman. aalied
tfc* KoiHiMlrMn HIM* CasnsllM ( Ma Held
at Hyracaae aa the 8th of July.
Alsant, June 4, 1MK.
Thr Republican state Committee met here to-day
and resolved to call a State Convention for the nomination
of t.overri'ir ami other State officer* at&jiaJ
ousa on the fttti of July.
Mare AWU the Great Caatdlti Hw
Ttmh Mac Seal f "tie PNaC-Arrat of
Momtual, Canada. Jane 4, ism.
The Fenian scare throughout the Dominion ia Increasing
Imtwil of abating, and the authorities add
to the general fear of an Impending raid by the extensive
preparations they are making. In thia city a
flying column of four companies of regulars and two
battalions of volunteers are under orders to move at
a moment's notice to any point they may be ordered.
At Quebec the volunteers have been ordered to draw
the requisite amount of ammunition and rations and
to keep themselves prepared in every particular for
a campaign. A large force of Brtish regulars is to
be sent to Presoott next week, and In the meantime
large quantities of ammunition and other war material
are being forwarded to that point. At Atheloane,
Canada, the Fenian sympathisers are Jubilant and
boast that the aews they have of the movements of
tbe Irish leaden makes it certain that the Invasion
will take place before the 20th Inst. Two men were
arrested at Sweetsborg yesterday charged with being
Fenian spies. Maps and papers implicating them
were found In their possession. One of the men has
bat one arm; he say* that he came from New York.
Both of the priaonere are now confined In jail and
AMdUiUl ntWlM from Fenian Naurret?The
l>||rii?li i Preparation*.
Maloni, n. Y., June 4, isas.
Fenian fairs are to be gotten up here and at St.
A!r>aim. Vt., for the purpose of covering up the collection
of men for the coming raid Into Canada. A
large number of arma are rapidly arriving at this
point and elsewhere, and prominent Fenians nay
that within the present month they will have a large
force and a Arm footing in the Dominion. The
Hkkald correspondent at Chateaugay Four Corners,
tinder date of the 8d Inst., writes that two car loads
* small arms arrived at that point on that day, aud
that an invasion into Canada is certain to take place
by way of Burke and Chateaugay.
Mor?mrnt* of Trospv-Onr Kr?iiueul 4<oiii?
Back to Knfland.
Montreal. Canada, June 4, 1*88.
The military authorities have obtained possession
or the Court House and Academy at. Huntington and
Durham for the accommodation of the troops which
arc to be stationed on the frontier.
The Seventy-eighth Highlanders are under orders
for Quebec, to relieve the Thirtieth regiment, who
arc to leave fur Rneland.
It is believed that the government does not attach
sufficient importance to Fculan ruiuors to induce
them to retain the Thirtieth regiment, as it was-supposed
would have been done.
A despatch from Halifax says the Fourth regiment
Is under orders to proceed to Canada on au hour's
notice. It is understood that Hie Royal Alfred linnof-battle
ship has been dotailed to take the regiment
Crnut Ratification Sleeting at Aii|HRia,
ArutrsTA, June 4, iKfls.
A large meeting was held to-night, at Uranite Hall,
to ratify the nomination of crant and Colfax. Governor
Williams presided, and the meeting win addressed
by Mr. fleorge Shcpley and Mr. Wales
InauKiirnUon of (lavmior Hnrrlman?Vtnan?
rial Condition of the State.
Concoru, June 4, 180*.
Governor Uarrimau was inaugurated and delivered
his annuiil message to-day. It Is mainly directed to
local affairs. The floating debt Is rcduced to le*s
than $40,000, and the entire Htate Indebtedness is
reduced to ahont f:t,500,000. $ -'60,000 of the debt lias
been paid within the past year. has been received
from the general government on account of
national bounties advanced by cities ami towns. A
small additional allowance may yet be olttalned,
and efforts in that direction are being
made. The various public institutions exhibit
encouraging progress, and all the material Interests
of the Mate are represented in a prosperous condition.
The Uuvernor urges un the Legislature the
dntyof enroii rniflriK nmut; manufactures uii<l agriculture.
an-1 closes with a brief allusion to national
Heavy Appropriation for the llnoilr TwiiH.
Boston, June 4, lsos.
In the House to-day the Mil appropriating
$.s.000,000 for the completion of the lloosic Tunnel
passed to be engrossed by 107 yeas to M nays. The
bill was amended to provide for the reservation of
$l,ooo,000 of the contract money until the work
shall be completed.
Knllnre ol' Writ on to Perform III* Twentythree
I lour* Kent?Payne Wnlks Neveuty
Mi!r? V? Uliin Mneteeu lloiirn.
Boston, Miiss.. June 4. lias.
Weston, the pedestrian, who commenced the task
of walking one hundred nil e? in twenty-three hours,
at Riverside Park. yesterday aiternoon, only Bccornpbiihed
ninety and u half miles in tweuty-two hours
and fifty-two minutes, and lost the $4,000 pending
on the success of the feai,
l'ayne, of Albany. N. Y., who started to walk seventy
miles at the same place, while Weston walked
the la?t eighty-seven of his trump, on a w ager of
$Mjo a side, completed the distance in eighteen hours
and forty-two minutes, being one hour and eighteen
minute* iuMde of time.
About Ove thousand people were present this afternoon,
and the pedestrians were urgsd on l>> a
bnuts ti.md. Considerable money chanireil hands on
OIHeinl Vote of the lteeent r.leetion?I ten vy
Najorltiei **?ln?t \e?ro SnfTrnae and Prohlbliloo.
I*?l'k01t, June 4, I tow.
The Detroit rum gl\es ?he official canvass of the
votes cast in the election In April last an follows:?
For the con-lltution. ?1,TM; against It, 110.662. for
annnal session of the Legislature, 2.1,019: for biennial
session, 100,314. Kor prohibition, 72.473; again ><k,
80,14.1. Majority agalust Hie constitution, .is,
Majority for biennial session, :r>,2?:>. Majority again-1
hmf Mil .niica as afdii, vaio.
CINCINNATI, June 4, IW.
About one thousand pomoni usueiubiod on tlie
tmlt ground to-day at Xenla, Ohio, to witness the
match game or bate ball between the Xenla Club, of
that place, and the Athletic Club, of Philadelphia,
only eight Inning* were played, and (he game reunited
in a defeat of the Xenla Club bjr a score of H
SyaW < the Hffw ?< M*rrh?Pnm4li|*
Ivmon. N. T.. Jane 4,1M.
The attendance at the Oenernl Synod of tbe Reformed
Choren to-day waa mnch larger than that of
yesterday, many delegate* baring arrived on the
train* last night and thin morning. The forenoon
session waa devoted exclusively to business. The
sacrament of the l.ord's tapper waa celebrated thla
afternoon. The sermon waa preached bv the Rev.
Wm. R. Dnrye* of Jersey city: Rev. 8. R. Brown,
D. D., of Japan, and others, also delivered sddrevsea.
CesrmliM (f H?lrll??ll*ie.
Rcdbok, N. T.. June 4, iiM.
The annual Convention of Splrltnallst* of the state
of New Tort met at the Lyceum Rail, in thie city,
this afternoon. The attendance was very slim, and
prospects of a tunc and abort session.
Early IlXtlltUM mf tk? KImi.
N?w Orleans, June 4, IMS.
m reply to a reqneet from on* of tbe defeated candidates
for permission to examine tbe election retains,
for tbe purpose of oontraunc the s?at|or his
opponent, ueneral Rnohanan states that a certified
abstract will bs tarnished by the Hecretary of Mate
as noon as n can be made, probably by the loth lam.,
which will furnish all information required. It Is
generally bellered that a forthcoming order will Install
all those elected who can take the test oath,
I and that thiH order probably will take c<r<v t tti?out
the totb initaav.
YORK HERALD, FRIDAY",
C*arMrtM ?f (fee NallMtl Board mf Tru4t>? i
(' nUtM te CmmMm- the Material laterwti
mf the Oeuatr???he> Rereiae Lawi.
Phii.adki.phia, June 4, 1803.
The National Trade Convention reassembled this c
morning at ten o'clock?the temporary president, li
Charles 0. Nazro, of Boston, In the chair. ?
On motion of Mr. C. J. Hoffman, of Philadelphia, JJ
the vanona delegate* were called, and the chair- jj
man of tech reported the action of the Board he rep- v
resented taken with reference to the new system of c
weights and measures. The majority of the trentle- u
men reported that no action hud been taken by their f
Boards. They awaited some action of Congress.
Mr. Henry T. Blow, of At. Louis, presented the following:?
Ruolrtd, That i committer of ln> be appointed by the President
to consider the materiel interest* or the country and to
Kesent briefly those leading features necessary to tbe I
orouih discussion of all means necessary to be employed
fur Hbelr rapid development, oa a more substantial, eoonoml- n
cai and comprehensive basis. i
Several gentlemen argued that the resolution was
out of order, from the feet that the present organization
was but a temporary one.
The Chair ruled that It being only a preliminary
subject and one whtob mav be adopted or rejected by
the permanent organization it was in order. Ttie resolution
was then adopted, and the Chair appointed
tli a fiillAarlnif nnntlaman on frhaa oaM tn if Ian Usaurs
IIV IUUUTTIUK ^UIIVIIIVU ?'U ?IIV t <W||||I| . (Vmpi CU
Hlow. of St. l<ouis; Hernev, of Portland; Praley, of i
Philadelphia; Green, of Milwaukee; and Davis, of j
Mr. Fraley, of Philadelphia, submitted the follow
&h7 re as the revanus law* of (he United DtnlH, now mint- I [
log were enacted before Meam locomotion, both by land and
on the ocean, had revolut ion lied the manner of conducting J
the great commercial enterprise*, exchange* of the world;
whereas the provision* of theoe law* regard the entry ami ap- j
pralaal of all good* Imported for account of partlea resident
at Interior port* to be mnde at the port of airival; whereaa
tbl* prnvlilon of the law, without benefit to any one, hr .
greatly overcrowding certain fhtalom House*. by Interpoalng I
unnecessary delay* and axpenaea, and by neua**Jt?ting many 1
Intermediate agencies at the port of arrh al, operate* to retard f
the legitimate current of trade between foreign j
producer* aad the com'imer* of the Interior of the ,
country, and thu* ourtall* the revenue of the government
by dltcouragtair foreign trade: where** a bill (78ft> baa been
pa**ed by the Home of Representative*, designed to remove >
ntauy of the dlfiioultlea Interposed by the preaeut lawa, there'
Kesolved, That thl* organisation, the National Board of
Trade, assembled In Philadelphia, do moit urgently solicit of
the honorable Semite of the I nlted State*, now In ae**lon, an
e*r!v aad fav>mble consideration of laid bill and Ita enactment
into a law.
The Chair decided the preamble and resolution at
the present stasre out of order.
Mr. Kraley moved that they he referred to the permanent
organization for consideration. A motion
to isiy on the table prevailed, toeuable the Committee
on Bylaws and a Constitution to present their report.
Mr. John A. Cano, of Cincinnati, chairman of the
Committee on Organization, reported n constitution
which was considered and acted upon by scetlous.
The articles as adopted were as follows:?
Abtici.k 1-Suction 1. Thl* association *liall be deatgnati'd
and known kb "The National Hour! of Trade."
Akt 8?Sko. 1. Eaeh local Board of Trade, t'hamher of
Commerce, or other bodies organtied for geni-ral couimfrrlal
purposes, and duly chartered under flic State or national
lawn, shall be entitled to n.eniheralilp In thi* aaMiriatlon, and
Ii.1.11 !? accorded the following representation: Each such
aaKnc|*llrin having from lil'tv to n t hundred active member*, ?
having the right to rote in i'lflr respective organisations,
shall Ihi entil ed to one delegttn; having from one htin trrd to
thiee hundred member*. two d?<let::itft*: having flrom three
hundred to five htiudred members, three delegates: having
five hundred meir.bers, four delegate*; and for each additional
five hnodred members an additional delegate.
Sao. 8. Delegate* shall he selected liy various local organisation*
in ktich manner an each may see tit, for a term not
len* than one y>'ar. At each meeting of the n?so<datinii tliey
aliall prevent credential* from the oil'.i-era of their reapactlvn
coiotituondee, show Inn them to lie entitled to rciirexent au.-b
In till* association, which credentials Khali certify the
number of member* author!red tu voht then connected with
the body claiming repreaeuiativea, which I a> a copy of their
charter on tile in the hands of the ?''ciclary.
Sc.8. Honorary members may lie elected to the aa*oriatiou
on proposal or any one of tbe oonstltatlonsd organization*.
They ehall have no voice In ita ate ,im nr m disposing
of ita hu*lhess: thev may, on leave, ad Ires* the association,
or *uhmit questions for ita UllUlillinilt?
Sue. 4. Any Hoard of Trade or (,'h.imber of Commerce
In British North America m*y, upon application, become a
oorreapoadln; memtwr of this association, ami may in- rapes(ie:.t?-d
at Ita meeting* by delegates, who shall alt a* honorary
tm ir.hers, but who shall'not be entitled to vote.
Some debate took place on the locality of the
Executive Committee. It was moved to insert Philadelphia.
in section three of article one, which was
AM. il-flxc. 1. Kacli delegate ahull l>e enilled to one vote
In peraon, but no voting by foxy aha!' he allowed. All ? itea,
except ou the election or officers, a!.all he r!-i ro. . Any
mcniber uiay demand a division, and on the demand ot three
armora member* a call tor the vt ar. and nays shall baked,
and the result or the lame shall lie duly rccunlet..
ART. 4?Mac. 1. The admintctration of the affaire ot thl*
Baavri.-iiuu mi.ill IX irsimi id n pi.aiuuui miu M,.iiu:ri. tic- .
prcai lenta, who aha') be elected at the a mm; inti tint; by
ballot, and lhafr election ahull be t'ie ttrnt bnalnea* In order. '
They all all constitute an evwutlve committee, andei'Mof
llu-fr niuibrr sliali be a quorum lor the transaction of huai 1
HKf. 2. I? rhall he the duty of the F.??nuliv? Committed, im- (
mediately aftrr their Mention, to aelecl ? aecrtilary and Iran
urer, who ahnll hold office mid rc.Miivr aui-h compensation as
th<- Kxaontlve Committee ahuM determine.
8*1'. X. Tho unices o'' tlii secretary and trraaurer aim a he i
Incjitfd at ani'.h platen aa the executlv * towiealuev may driermine.
Heo. 4. Special meetings of the committee may be held, on
the call of sever. member*, ?l mirli pin. e aa thoy may it.algnatn,
on twenty days' notice being given by llie Xacretarv of
the Eiecntive Committee.
The Convention then a<ljouuc<l till fo-worro'w.
Tlie lleuiornlir Htate Cmrvgllaa?Mniiparl wl
tl:?? 4nli?Hln*ery Ordinance.
Mo.vtoombky, June 4, 1M?8.
'rite Alabama Democratic stat.<* Convention ail- i
Jo'trned thin everiliur. The Convention adopted a
mnintlnn In lavor of aendln? dftefrntr* to the S'a- 1
tlonal Democratic Convent Ion on the 4tti of July
under the followingreatrlction
Rosnlved, That, not renrescntn ? stiy reoogn lied mte in the
electoral college, It la inc deliberate sense of It.in Convention,
Willi tb? preaeiit lights beiore it, thai our delecalrs to '
that (k>nrerillon should not role In the ch ile of e>:ilidel<" .
but having full confidence In tbelr prudence, patriotism >- i
ju.lgro'ut, this ronvctiUou leaven taem ualraaieiie.l I v1natru"
* Mi!c?rs. H. T. Clantoti, i K. T*hmuiiih. freiiben
Cliapman ami John WIii??oii wore H?-U?ot?-<l .? ?
delegate* lor the at inner, an?l twelve ilelf?at<w
wen-select ad for the dlati tela. The nomination of
mi electoral ticket l? left in the bandit of the state
Executive Committee, which wan Kelt* f,etl to-d:ij, i
with (ieneral J. II. Clanton an chairman. The following
n-jtolutiona were udnnted:?
Itemdved, That, having entire contldeuce In the nrlnrlpl?s 1
aril the patriotism of the .Inn.il rat: party, we horeiiy pb-dca !
ouraelyea to tbe support uf 'he candidate* of that party rar j
Prraldmil and Vice rie?ideul of tbe I. oiled htat?a to I'e noini \
nate'I at the coming Ccmventloi. lu lbs city <r New York on
the fourth of .Ittly neit.
Hi-nolved, Thai ?la'ery b:ivliii? b?rn prohibited In tlie Htate 1
ol A.abama by a contention o' the people thereof, held In
H?p4etubtr, Ik R, we liur. iiy aK'aln prunlalm our faKnful ad- i
bei 're to thai ordlnanro, anil we a??ure thv tieopm of the
I'till. .i 'i?U- that thern are no lawa in for.-e li. tbla 8tate ,
e'ai 'eit by our aiithoriiy nhi.'b make any dlatlnrUnn la th?
ir.ite.nloti whii.ii ihey j,lv? to ihe per?"n? ??.d property of
notbraoM; and we hereby denlare our wileian pnri i.ae tt at '
theae lawa ahail ha laill.'ul'v and -inper'taMy ai'nitnl>ter?d ?? '
aoun aa the military a ' withdrawn anlweare immii'ted to i
toaiiage our own attain. I
R-aolve'l, Thai the Ibaiiku of the Southern people, aa wall
aa all filenua of free g ivrriimrut, are emli.rutlj Oui. to
Andrew Johnson for the nnflinrh' g r.image and nnaurpaMWl
to prrMirvc. ymieel an<l ripfeiul thft infi<lil'illuii of t'.i? tJrille<l I
Stale*. that thl* Cunraiition pay* to him Hr r?afw*r| an.' ail i
miration, both a? a patriot and a Man, tielnf Inrorrtntlble >n ,
both capaHtlea, aa prmno by IUh onlftnl Itiruu^U *Uii h W-l...?
Jim Irtiinpbtnil; puml.
The resolution* were adopted with <?iie or two rlia
Afrat la Itlaaplii*-1 Nf|r? and \V hltr tin
MkMI-HI*. -1'llie 4, 1A0A.
Aii ?irr?jr occurred l?at night between the police
and negro hurgiara, who had entered a counting
room. ili.noR wtilcit Captalu I'crrr, a Southerner,
a till poilce officer Wright were allot, the- former
fatal'!. One of the iiegroea wu mortally wounded
Mill i he other* escaped, but through the nonfi -xinn
of tMi nezro the other*, three in nur?it?er. were
arre?ted thl* morning.
Londo*. Mo?*y SliHtrar. ? London, June ??4 r.
M. -Conaoia close at \m\ for none; unit SHJi for the
account, ex dividend. American necuriucs rlo?e ?t
the fo:!o*iiur quotations:?('nited Stale* flve-twei!Uua,
T2K; Erie Railway sbarea, 4AV; Illlnoi* centra;*.
Pran?m?kt Boiks? KKAMimT, Juoe 4?6 r.
M.-t'nitad state* bonds, 7T\.
Paris bwnwi-Piiw, June *?A P. M. ?Rentea
clone at AO frmo *a centimes.
Liviaroot Cotton Markkt.-l,rv?*PooL, June
4-1 P. M.-The cotton aalea or the 4aj have been
1.000 bales. Tbe following are the olnstng guree:~Middling
uplaoda, 11 Hd.; middling Dtieana 11\<1.
LITMPOOL Brbadnwppn Miatttr.-I.ITNHPOOU
June 4?.1 P. M.?Corn, tea. per qoaiter for new
Westers. Wheat, lsa. Ad. per cental for Oaltfomia
white and lift. lod. for No. 1 red Western. Oau,
?d. Ad. per traahet. Peae, am. per MM Iba. Hour,
mipai. |roi wit nnwrs cvuii.
Liverpool Fbotwiowr Ma rcit?LtTiHrooL, /nne
4?? P. M.?Beef, 110*. Mr m>l for extra prim* mesa,
rork, Mo. M. per bbl. for Rnstern prime mean. Lard,
?Ta. M. per ewt. Chceee. Ma. per owt tor the bes4
grades of American flue. Bacon, ?t?. per owl. for
Livbrpooi. PimvcciMamct.?LiTMriXML Jane l
6 P. M.?Rosin as. M. per owV for common Worth
Carolina and 12a. for medians. Tallow 44a. M. per
ewu Tnrpentlne ma. (ML per cwt. Petroleum Ann;
refined la. ad. par gallon; spirits M. per gallon.
i, on don Ma antra.?London, loae 4?i P. ML?
Sugar cloaad easier at Ma. fld. per cn for No. it
I Mitch standard. Hperm oil <M per ton. Linseed
oil ?36 per ton. Linseed oakes ?10 ids. per too for
tfaln oblong for reeding. Crude Unseed 00s.
Prtromibm Mamkt.?Avnrsar, Jafie 4.?Pftrolenm
closed at 44K francs per *>M. <*>r ?tenriar<l
EUROPEAN MARINE NEWS.
I)!**.* * at Sba.- LiTaarnot* *?ie 4.?T>e.
snatches have been reoelrsd here which state that
th< ship Leasing was rocentlv wracked off ttte coin'
of bootlaad. No Uvea were fact. 1
JUNK 5, 1868.?TRIPLE 5
EI?cUm ?f Dirrritrn af the Chirac* u4
Oniciuo, June 4,1M8.
At a meeting to-day the stockholders of the Chi go
tad Northwestern Railroad elected the followBg
directors .-?Henry Keep, Henry Butter. M. L.
>ykes, Jr.; John M. Burke, Samuel Sloan. BetM
train Nathan. Joeeph H. Benedict, George 8.
Kiolt, John Hloodgood, F. P. James. W. 8. florlee,
Russel 8nge, of New York; John B. Turner,
VhUam U. ferry, u. Smith. Ueorge L. Dunlap, of
:hioago; Alexander Mitchell, or Mllwaukeo. It is
tnderstood that the present Western management
rill be retained.
Trot Una Mateh at Ohiraaro.
Ciiioaoo, 111., June 4, IMS.
The trot t6 wug>nnn between Bashaw and Jtm
lockey came off to-day, the former winning the secmil,
third and fourth heats. Time?2:30, 2:31 and
The Woadiawa Kacw.
Louihvillb, June 4, iw.
To-day was another beautiful day for the spring
neetlng over Woodlawn Course, and the attendance
ran largely Increased over previous days. The first
aoe, mile heats, three l>e?t In Are. for all ages, for
he Bestanrant purse of i3oo, waa between Woodon!
Belle and Saratoga, the former having the call
wo to one. The foUowiug is a summary:?
lames Woodford's b. f. Woodford Belle, four
tears old Ill
lohn KUgere's h. m. Saratoga, six years old. 2 3 'J
Time?l :4?H?1:4# 1:61
The second rao? lor the Butchers* purse of $150,
or all ages, was a dash of two miles, for which there
were entered the following horse*:?
iouml Jackson's ch. c. IHck Jackson. 3 years old... 1
lohn Kllgore's b. f. by Imported Australia 2
"f. It, Clieiiiham's uh. f. Idyla, 4 years old 3
Time?First mile. !:& ?<; wecond mile, 1:52. Total
In the pttoi HoUlnpr 'ho latter whs the favorite at
xkJs against the Held.
Sew and Vnlaablo Prlr.M?l,rUer from th?
CoiimuI (ienernl of .Saxony and linden?l.brt
of Auxiliary Societies? Tlectiiin of the (JeuoPiil
Committee I .mat Er?nlu(.
The list of prl/.e? <lonat?Ml by Individual* and societies
to be shot for m the approaching SchueUeufest
jxclunlve of those to be provided for by the committee
s dut y increasing. Yesterday afternoon a splendid
(old watch and chain. hunting case, arrived from
ioston as a Kill, bearing the inscription, Prize of
tonor to tin* third American shooting festival at
sew York, l'tw, from ttic Sharpshooters' Society
IViuoiiih, of Boston, Mass." The value of this handloine
prize is estimated to be about $150. Mr. I'. T.
Prey has donated a Oauiasc double barrelled fow lint;
liece, worth Mr. Leopold Schmidt, Consul
General of the Km# of Saxonv and the (Jrnnd HuKe
?f Barton, also contributed yesterday a heavy ?jolrt
iValtliam watch and cnaiu, one of the fluent and
leavicst manufactured by the \inerlcan Watch Company.
The Consul (Jenoral accompanied his Kilt
lie two government# of which ho Is the commercial
representative have not adopted any ue.w system of
>r<iech-loadlng urius, but intend to introduce into
heir armies the I'ru.-islan needle gun. This note was
n reply to it request preferred i>y the committee
!in>u(*ii tin: Oouiiui aome six weeks ago ni.it his
lonie governments would send specimens of tlie new
}reeaIi-loauers adopted tn iliein to t>c tested during
,he festival tu thnclty. The following Herman socleies
of Jiew York and siiiiuriis Imve elected delegate*
0 represent tin-in l:i the general conimlUeo ol tho
'esrival, nrid will uMsft.it the procession ns well us in
.he uufEcrous concerts and other festivities to l>e arranged
on the grounds during its cnniiuuaiti'c:?
Allctnuunla. Arlon, Arinlula. Aurortt, Hcethuven
Mixed Choir, lieethovcu Vtaeunerulior, Colonla
vtiu-anerclior, Concordia JUacunerchor, Fidelia,
I'nmz AI >t Quartet (Into, Society iTogrcas, (lernutiia,
Olee Club of the Herman \elcran l.tilon. Harmon
la, Helvetia Macnncrdior, Hudson Maenner tior,
Kreut/.er Maennerc.uor, Uederkraii/., l.orclej
Muennorctior. Melom.in'-s. Mo/.art MaennetuUor.
Hi '/art Society, Nineteenth Ward Reading (Hub,! w
Vork Art mm Yetv, New York Turn Vercln. New \ork
quartet Club, Twentieth Regiment Veterans'Sopiety,
Rluuish Saengerliunfl, Rcdm<-u i.ie.ieitalel,
Hlilller l ulon, Hinging Academy, Social Aiaoiiueir.kor.
T?-u*->nla, t hlaml I'nlon, l uiou Maeuncr1
hor of tllnnnilngdale, I mUsl State!* B'U h. rw'
Onard, Krheltcrung Society, l.looi.ungilaie
Maeanercbor, Probstnn of Iflootalngdale, tierman
Lieilerkruu/, of Williamsburg, caecilla
society of Williamsburg, saeiigerluind of
Jersey City, rum \ crem No. 1 and No. 2 of Jersey
I'ily l.tctci'lafCl of Melrose and Society Kinlriiut
ol North iloboken. This Is certainly a fornndaole
.,rrny of t.i-ruian singing and of. er societies, oi the
'XlMU'ice of which in our midst many New Workers
liad until now not even the aUglitMt knowledge,
during the whole len da.vs at amimats will regularly
ply between I'eek slip and Jones' Wood, touching at.
Kih'ldh street and Thirty-lourtri street, 'i'lie C.oui
mitiee of Reception has heen cn.'arged by the addilion
of Mr. Theodore Steliiway. The following newly
organized rifle loiupauien have /until t.lu> iishoujutlori:?Independent
New York Sharpshooters. Ci?|>laln
Died I. forty memoirs; certuau Hhmpslioot' rs'
Union of VewYork, Capinln lirnuder, thirty-ei?ht
meuiliera: ltndge|H?rt (Conn.) Shar^luMJieis' So; let>,
forty mi iiii'iTs. ami tlie llriM'Kiyn ludcpvudeitt i. 'ie
i 'on>?. Captain seliwwra, tlilrf .v-eivhi uieinlxrs. ince
It L?eiisloiuuiy ' -I'.ilinr fi-slnais n I iirooe llisf the
municipal nwtb?HM(Bii of W*t city re It la held
Iwa.ts claim the privilege oi di>"a'i m lie- lest
grird pri/.e of honor for ll>e best s ol, ue iliu.i e
i-taiimittee of the \?mm laliou tins In u dli i u-d o
bring this a?-t to the notice of our i 'o union Coiijtc.!
with a view to llnluee ihcnt to to low tli's Hi -ehonored
example of Hi" ul>i Worid. i-rooi pr -^nl
indh-Htions and the dona ions uiiaad.v in ui< naiuls
i?f the I'omniittee the value of the i> si ii.e nr-iritniti'd
will i'XiwiI f.he miii n .JU,0'?i. 'I If programme
for the amusi iiK'ui ?u l k' Ii' mh enteriiUuruenl
of visitors n not y>; 'i > |s.jrn c.iud. Iiut llio
Following may he consn'eivl as some uf Hie principal
ferauraaof the fes'.i?*i :?-iv?id'< f?ie com|wtlilon
for |>n/>*s wit a rlth-s at a ilnintice of
six liuodr d feet ou ilfty-?iv targ-l.i, tiiere miii lie a
tbeatrteal perfornumi c ever* . ficrmsm and cvcrilnfc,
yo'i?i and instriiiiii mat concer'S i>y ad the-inking
locletles ot Uie city, ained l>y the Ai'ieri?mn and
Northi astern J'a' ii^. rliund. 'three lutuds of music
will enliven the air It * Ihe soft strains of Miunrr.
?r the-fltring svtnplumlrt of Ke<thovea, anil occauoiially
with the rolllciiinir me.od es i?f Luner,
st run--and Offenbach- oaojie ii.ig is lo Ih< iii order
very duj, and to add "the fea^i of resvaw" to "the
now oi -oul" ?pe< etira from eminent oraiors, in KukijsIi,
German au ' 1 rem h. wlil not tie wariLiug. '!>
ilirht fautuatic toe-' may Isj "tripped" c.ery evenInu.
and ilrewor\s, taV-itiu r.r.ui!;, .jtliletic C?-aLs?
ti e latter exwund by the Turners -arc rteierinlned
hi. This projtr.itrune ami 'ill the other facta detailed
tix?ve were comiiitiuu'ated lust evunmg a. the i^;rinatiu
Aaaemhly Itooui* to a kieneral rnccUnc of
.iivWiolder* and deuaatei, at whu li Mr. P. J-. Stiffen
|?resl?l?d and Mr. Ma\ Vlurgeiittian acli:'] tig s e.ret?ry.
I he report waa rece ived with applause ami sanoioni
Mi III e*<*i!iiK Mr. W. I>. Wneltinut'ifT* .i<1m ratile
[lirtnre of "The lutenor of '.race Churrli, with th?
Kev. l?r. Morgan Ailiulni.iieniig the IliUi of In! an ,
Hapil?m." which rmx het-n on exhibition during thm
week, will b? offered for ?alr al ajictlou In the icailerjr
of Meiwra. LeavUt, .Htret>ol?fn ,t Co. It will be no
rredl; to the local aympatliieA of our New York
ptiltli*- II tlio opportunity of retaining thin work of a
native vmertcou artist, who ha ft enjo?e?1 all the
tdvautagi* of the lilvhext k'propcan ou It tire, la
ncglwied. Mr. vvan'iinatnti, like U. t,i'ut/.e, made
luft carl.? xfiidu:* at IHi?teUlorf.
THI TUCMIUJ* All ACTKCtt.
the At. I .on la Dnrwrrat, June I, ha* t be foilowlug
Ktdi'tonal particular* concerning the rohb.-n of th?
n.*re?n IA)tta. already rtftrred to:?
CraMm, 'he faUicr. uanallt drew the inoaej aim
hlf 'laughter and placed II In tke hand* of Ma wife.
He acted aa Ixjtta1* agent, and wan frequently know*
to get ob a aprer. on Thursday night he waa In
liquor and had aotne trouble with hla wife, who
iviKiiavu n?w iuwr|nwwj miu nc Rirmi
hor wttft hi* hand. H* left the Laclede, where b>*
wife and daughter were stopping, and took a roots
for the nlfht at the Paaoball Roane, Instructing the
otffht clerk lo have him waked Tor the train which
we* to leore for Um Kaet at hair-part alx la the
morning. He appeared to he very drank, and
meeting with the etace tnaaac?r told htm he had
borne the III treatment of hla wife for ton rear* aud
could stand It ao longer. He mM he waa sorry he
had struck hla child, and declared It waa the nrat
tine Hi hi* lift that he had been harsh to her.
fie opened hla raliee and showed the notee and
hoade which he had token from hla wife'e trunk,
aaytng he had been watching for several lay* for a
ebanea to get poaaesslon of them. He aald lie would
retain to mi rope, aad take the world eaay tor the
rert of hla Nfei The stage manager remonstrated
with him on hla conduct, and tried to persuade him
to rhange hi* purpoa*. hat he remained Arm, and
left on Friday morning with all hla daughter'* money.
and even her Jewelry. He had drawn her salary
for the week from De Bar, aa we learn, and U>tta wan
left with eoly a few dollar* In her possession and
aa unpaid board bill. Lotta can soon earn money
rioiipn to aupply her wania, hot to be defrauded ont
of a whole years earning* by her own father I* a
erere blow upon her. Mo steps hare been token to
bare < Irabtree arreated; Indeed. we <V> not know that
he has committed any crime or Which the law tnkto
cognlaanoe, bat ft is hoped feet Something will oo
cur to change hi* purpone and Induce bUo to return
top woqgy to hi* daughter.
Pkbnoh Tucatbb.? A moat enthusiastic reception
wh given last evening at this theatre to Mile. Aliuo
Lambele, who made her drat appearance before a
New York audience a* Eurydlce in "Orpfceu aux En
fern," the first and (we mar safely say) the beet of
Offenbach'a operas. Into this opera the composer
threw all the ardor of his first Inspiration. Many of
the themes of the "Bell* Hel6ae"and of "LaOrande
Duct) esse" were borrowed from it, for Offtonbath does
not hesitate to pillage for himself. The part which
Mile. Lambete so successfully sustained last
evening was originally written for Tantln, nine
years ago, and "Orpheus" met with snoh immense
success as to tie played Are Hundred and tiny
times in Paris and four hundred times in Berlin.
The opera seems to be gaining ground everywhere.
Mile. Schneider has just been engaged ut
England to play four first rate operas hottf*#?"La
Grande Duchesse," "I'orphee," "La Uelle Helena"
and "La Barbe Hleue." Last evening one of the
most interesting features of the performance was the
duel in the ilrst act, with M. Denr6 (Orpheus), with
accompaniment obligato on the violin by this gentleman,
who is the tenor of Uio company. Mile.
Lambule's pastoral aria was both applauded aud
encored. Another Interesting feature was the secoud
tableau, representing the gods and goddesses asleep
and snoring, aud endlug with their waking up to all
ttlA ttXftiLAHIft*nt i\t un 1ft lsmt\l<> Kon.v.n
Giobza'r Ukand Ooncikt. -On Wednesday evenIns
last, at the Musical Hall, corner of Fifth avenue
and Fourteenth street, a complimentary concert wan
given to Profeoaor Olorza, teacher of vocal music, In
which he was assisted by Miss Annie and Miss Fanny
Powell?daughters of Powell the historical painter?
and Miss Maria Pitkin, private pupils; by Madame
Phyfe and the Misses 8. Burgy, L. E. Hurdett, C.
O'Connell and Maggie Mahoney, and by the following
professional artists:?Madame Camilla Urso, violinist;
Slgnor Masslmilllaul, tenor; Slgnor Bellini, baritone;
Slgnor Passati, basso cantante; Slgnor Carlboldl,
basso, and Slgnor Aberle, pianist. Olorsa conductor.
A large and stylish audleuce was present.
The programme opened with a pretty quartet
from "Campana," by the two Minxes Powell, Miss
Burden, and Mrs. 1'hyfo, the execution of which prepared
the house for tlio success of the whole Mil of
nineteen different selections. The aria from Verdi's
"Attlla," by ( arllioldi, caused the very appropriate
remark from a critical ladv, "There's a splendid basso
lost al fre*c>." "The Dream," by Camilla Urao on
the violin, naturally led to the reflection that If oie
Bull were only a younger man, and all other considerations
were' harmonious to this end, what a
match this Urso (we are almost tempted to say this
charming Ursa Major on the llddlc) would be for the
great Norwegian. Clor/o's "Klpetl ehe 111'ami" was
neutl* glveu by Miss P. I'owell, and the closing ijuartcllo
from Verdi (that diamond hroochof "ItlgoleUo")
b> Miss P. Powell. Mrs. J'li.% fe, Miisslmllllanl and Bellint,
made the welkin ring <vlth the echoes of the old
Academy. In purl, sirond, In the rpMirtttlfl from
"Mattel" "Noil ^ vcr," Miss K. Powell fairly earned
the enthusiastic recall of the house, as in "Ij'K.lisJr
d* A more" did Miss Panuy and i''ossatl. filorza's
"Nightingale I'olka," by Miss Bnrdett, was neatly
I and delicately rendered, as was "l.a Stella" by Miss
n k in, and I tii' 11 net tu from Kioci's "Chlara or Kosenberg,"
mine publicly for ttie first time in America, us
done by Koisatl and (larltaldl, m as inspiring uh
the rattling rigmarole nf "Flgnro" or If yaltnU
sparkles of "La Belle Hi4!!'*!!*!." The chorus l>y llio
cotniiany, the yiM<t/? of "Kruaui," given with a will,
ended the pleasant entertainment. From nils tost
of his pupils (ilor/.a ha<l every reason to rejoice wlih
tlicm over the cake ami wine.
Tiikvikk Com till)K.?Tlie programme for the pres.
til week at this popular plane of amusement Is as
varied as it is attractive, auil combines bolli negro
atnl melodramatic sketches. Besides the usual
variety of songs, dances, aerouatic exercises, classic
groupings an<l aerevolante flights?the latter by
Mous. Alrec, and graceful UM nWy an, dangerous?
there are " A Trip to Parts," a farce ; " Tim Mutton
Trial," a laughable picture of justice, and " The
Nyiuplm of the Caribbean Sea," a burletta, full of
Improbable situations, elegant dancing, sweet music
and magnificent scenery. The "Trip to Paris" lu'
traduces, during the Exposition, two American
ttegrjes, Josli Brown and bis companion, Geo. Williams,
to tli'! lady of a house with apartmenis
li> let. This lady Is in love with a frcutl'iniw,
who Is, on every interruption, placcil
In a coal Ixu, wIiitc lie Is uuwitilhglv tloured bv the
American gentleman and subsequently arrested, li s
gu> uniform being made black and white frmu coal
and flour, hy couindes, as a robber of the most
| daring character. The situations are ludicrous in
I the extreme. 'The Mutton Trial," by Cluurlei Watte,
I ir> exceedingly laughable. Joseph Sheppard, a ne!
uro of the darkest hue. Is elutrf-d by a pompous genI
kleiiian of the colored persuaid on. ??hi snarl, with
, having broken Into bli wteop fold and "owl <lo irouis
ob fourteen oh ills sheep." Joseph is arrested and Is
I placed on trial before Judge Bedford, llis counsel,
I a i omits lawyer: one llowe iwhom old Snarl recogI
nizes as "do gemmau wot stole dem sebcuteen
J yards of clof), in an ehxiuent speech, worthy
of his prototyi>e, Douglass, appeals to the
sensibilities of the Judge, who Is alwa.yii "to lie
-o n" i?v counsel if "persona aoqaltted on lusutticlout
evidence," at a well know n restaurant In the
eily. The Judge succeeds hi confusing the complainant,
and on the conclusion of the appeal in behalf
of the primmer the evidence Is reviewed in a very
amusing manner by the "Bench." The result of the
Investigation into the "law of the case" turns upon
the taci that "the prisoner bass inorh<*r ninety-seven
I lair until twelve o'clock at nitfht to support iilm, ?i"l
therefore It would be unjust to deprive her of 'tilM
j solace I" T1i)h sketch of Mr. White wn? receive!
, wiiii four* of laufhter. hrfUB, Innocent amuse
' went ?-id variety, "from grjve to irav, from ri<Ucnloi-s
i4i -unlimo,'' wurocoiiiuuiiil to iilensuro seekers,
j I 111 -ire n : toil liypnrcritirally luciin -.1. .mi ovon
j inp nt t'ne Theatre i*omi<|ite.
Ilimirnl mid Theatrical Note*.
I Motort piav* Marie Antoinet te to-night ut the Kran 'nih
ti'l reads nt HtHnway's on hunday.
"Masks ami K?oca" was given last night at Kitlj
i "llumpty limnptyi* in ! ?- it mai>h for <.raut.
| Tli<'democrats on .UiM<> nominate ill u.
I M?inwwr Hall will be entirely renovated this sum,
The ancient order of Elks have no horns.
Ku:e iteiirnoIdH made her London d^tiul on Mav it,
at Hie PrtncesM', to "Xolwsly's Ohild," '-The Wonder''
uu'l "I ? Petite fatnllle."
Kecliter'n chronic Indisposition h v* compelled hlin
to withdraw from the Adelplu.
"Foul Play'' w the latent sensation of the liolhora.
"Play" In played out at the Prince of Wales'.
Th'! French company i* doing admirably nt the at.
Mr. Hothern was loudly ti'ssed for appearing a* *
I Dundreary Othello at Paul Bedford's hcueflt.
Ml*# Kellogg low- appeared at a grand concert at
Hwktnghsm P(t>a?e and l?eeome* every wwk a
; (jr> a:er favorite wttli the Isdidonen.
! Menken Is it the nilAor theatres.
| Harties, a cl: ver pantoiulniist, ha? committed
; suicide in i.ondon.
1 WIlMain H' Tir", the celebrated organist, returns 'o
M, Stephen'.-. chure.ii on nuuday next The choir
will consist of a double qoartet. Soprani. Meadame?
lie l.ussan and llerge; coutraltl. Mine. Anschut/.
and MHs HmUlr, tenorl, Messrs. Taiuaro and Hack,
and l?ass|. Collet11 and Peek.
Mr. K?*llx BwkhotT. or l.?ncasf*rt *. T.. Is fast
nillnir the churches of the nvtropolla with his organ*.
Simpson's voice, according to the A Urine MiuiK
A Utimj. "neeuio<1 never more clear' than It was
during the great festival at Mtelnwav Mall.
According to the same authority Mine. Parep* had
' a great penchant for eiuphaal/.lnff too heavy certain
Airmin. "some of th? aluio-t supethumanly sublime
h'nmir ohonw* of the Si?a^ leh, were well per.
AH or which remark* are "exceedingly profound."
John Hroujrham make* Hie bow and bw pleaeanf
little epeaoh st Waiiech'* on Monday.
A will be blown up at the Broadway on
U:e name nijrlit, M a rcault of Mr. Daly'a "rtaab of
"Stifillwi-U N." lain */-Uve preparation at Kelly
A Icon's, it la laughing gat. not ttoinacb Miter*.
Pile'* will not be traotruruie* into a dlaUUery, for
the preeent at leaat.
TTie "Phantom Citptain" wUl terrify the ronton* at
the Atadt next week. Porto nate for than, however,
that it ia piarad to hngllah.
Wallack, toe I<ondon mtu. Uireaiqna Ofti aonga
and forty traualoriuaitoua at Irving Hall on Monday.
<XiUQnat* thoa "pi tehee Into" Pfcard'a old
comedy, "La Petite villa," revived at the <MA>n,
fart* The per nonage* who people ttta "Petite
Vine" an *a mnvt/evx aa their doing*. There la
the laagalahlng old naM with her eteraal raproacbea,
aad the ol? counter coquette: the provincial
bore, atnuting about like ioiaad Mm iaet,
with rlbboaa la hi* ahoea aad a managing man ma
the beat character la the play. The leader pareata
who bring ap pretty pi ante to aaralab Belgravtea
drawing rooma might aroflt by her code of urn traction*
to her daughter flora.
The tame paper apeaka thaa of a !*ew York favorite:?A
aew tenor appeared on May II at the Orand
Opera. We warned the director of the Itaiieaa sot
to let Maxtolenl allp through hi* flagera into M. P?rrln'n
han'K He may have caaae to ngrn hi* neglect
of the price.
THE ML VIMN MMtlT
Two Pennsylvania detective* who arrtved la thi?
ctty Rome daya ataoe arreated yeatcrday a man
naand o. A. lagalaaB on auaplcion ot being Implicated
la the robbery of a wealthy family realdlag la
the oil regtoue of Peanaylvania. The robbery alluded
to, It will be remembered, oocnrrad to the early
part of the present year, and the ctrtafl?tan<?a
ntKler which It waa committed were tjicae:?Tltr
honae ot the family robbed wit* rntercd bv a number
af taaa. the laaatea *ere bouad haad and too\ aoU u?o
iiim of Hio.ooo carrl-vl of The fellows ?iade IheMr
escape viriUi the plunder. deveiai persons have tsc?
arreted on suspicion etneo r>n charge of b?!nj5
Implicated In tlic deed. IntfHlMU was quietly working
for t'i j tlar In thin ril> when the detective* ?imte4
him. They hud it warrant for tola arr:?Ht, hut Ui?t
would not. have be?i? of much account if he felt Inclined
to give the officers auy trouble. He expr?>t*n#
much surprise when he wan made ucquaintcd with
the object of thtlr visit, ami volnntewred to give up
ilia work tuid go haclc to Pennsylvania without the
necessity of a requisition from the Governor of tho
Hiate. lugalsatl la a tine, honest looking, goodnaHired
fellow. and to Judge from his appearance
would be one of the last men that would ho sua
peeled of doing a desperate deed. HI* demeanor at
police headquarter# yesterday favorablj impren.ie*
all who were present when h<- wan brought there.
THE WEEKLY HERALD.
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The Wkeki.y Hkkai.o of the prescut week, now
ready, coutaiuii tin- very latest Kuropean News by
the Cable up to the hour o( publication; Telegraphic
Despatches from Europe, Central Asia, Abyssinia,
Central and South America, Mexico and other polnUi;
Washington News; letter* of Acceptance from
General flrant aud Mr. Colfax; Obituary of eaPresldent
James Huchauan; the Current News of
the Week; the Fashions; Amusements; Varieties;
Facetiae; Scientific, Artistic, Sportin?, Political, Religious
and Literary Intelligence; F.dltorial Artloies
on the prominent topics of the day; Our Agricultural
Budget; Reviews of the Cattle. Horse, Drr do >4*
and Hoot and Shoe Markets; Financial and tiom
mcrclal intelligence, and account* or ail important
anil intcrcauiig evcuw or tne week.
Tkkms:?Mlaifle HutiHcrtptlori, f2; Three copied, $?;
Five copies, $8; Ten copies, $18; Slnsrle flv?
cent* each. A limited number of ndvertlsomcate
inserted In the wkkki.t Hkkalu.
Phtlan'* " I'npkliin l.otion" In the UiiIt Unliable
remedy lor hlemUbux <il the akin.
A.-Wanl'* Perfert Kirtiny Shirts, MroaJway
anil Union Hijuure; also at :I07 Broa'lway.
A.?Ward'a ('loth Lined Paper (!nl!itr? mid
Cut.'*, Broadway and Union ?qimrc; alio nil ilu* tit* mil
retail at :>H7 Broadway.
A.?Phalon'a " Pnphiiin I,nil on" Krmntm
PRKCKLKS, I'IMI'IjK.H, i'AN, 8 A Lf RHEUM. f.itVSIf
A.?Pbulou'a "IVpliiiiit Ponti'iwis tint
ARtnr properties im tho "Paplilau Lotloii." i!f> fceiil* ;?
It will not chap the Mktn ; It I* iuvu: for ilie TOILKT,
BATH anii NIRgF.RY.
All Itaplareil Pemina Nntini<<l.
Or. J. A. SI1KKMAN, Artistic Hur^aon, reipeutfillly noU
fle.? hl? patient* and tbe larije numtio- o U'.hl<*e I perMii,* who
hare railed at hi* ufllcu iluri'itt I.'* aharni-e, .inxioua to recelye
tlie aid of hi* experience, that he has returned from liia
prof. Mlooal ymlt to lt**.in?. iind la prepared t.i raeelve tli m
at 111* o'lice. No. BUT Hr.<adw:iT.
Or. SHKRMAN'S Invention* are the only e?tal>li?hed. a*etna
and comfortable radical curative* lor l leruU or Kup
ture In It* yarled forma mid atair. a, lo purvoiia of every a*e,
without r?;'ard to the duration of the diseu-c.
Dr. SHKKMAN i* the founder of ihe "Marado llrnnde,"
Havana, Culm, ?*tubll*hed aoveral year* alnce for the treatfneni,
hv lila method, of tbi* rno*t terrible of oil human an 'lotion*,
whe.ro, I'roni the good romiit of hi* personal iiHi'iiUfn,
the a!HI> ted, rather llian trnal theniaelyei to the ii-e of liia
puplln, aw.iit liia periodical viaita.
Heacnptlve circular*, with photographic IIKeo?<ae? *1
canen cured and other particular*, m.i! ed on re.-eipf of lw*
A ? Siyllnh unit Nobb) Hut* Tor Henl* aa4
youth* at popular prima illTKKK, 13* Ku'too alrnal.
limit*, Shoe*, (.niter* and Slipper* la KTery
variety at Moderate prico* at &78 Broad war.
<!. C. RICHMOND.
Biitehelor'a llalr Dye.?The B**t la (ha
world. The only perfect I)ve ; liar.idea*, raiia'ita, lualaataoeou*.
Factory 18 Bond *tre?t.
lirrnlHrM mf Kverv Deai-riptlon and Natlrea
to attend meeMnaa printed In the neateat pmailt!* maaner,
at an hour ? notice, and twenty-live per cent lea* than at any
ether vlmllar place in the city, at the METROPOLITAN JOB
hkintinu establishment, *7 nmuu *tr?n
('rialailoro'w llalr lly r.?The Brat Krer
manufactured. Wholesale aud reiall; aJao appltnd at No. i
I?r. Vrrnniw' Kierlro-i ucmicm iinim,
not Klrrenlli atreet mm fourth a?enu??To tha ni-rvoua, rhea
tiintlu nnd all au/ferera Irom chronic dine Hue* or Impurity af
lu INOO.?Tlie TIfrropolita.ii Jab
I'rlutint; Kuabi!*i,mi-nl, '.17 ,N?iu rtwt.
Kmylioily Hti<? It curd of Knox'* (irrat IliU
lorr at tli! Hroa<lw;?y, and aluioat every one of tha rnaa'ulln>*
ixituailim Una bou.ht, worn or ruen a Hat fruin that
i-'labilabnirnl. Tha wwinl of <laM h tlilalta*
la iniiuenaa, nod w?5r? all Ibit KNOX HATHl?o?iHd>?ilf
taken oil of the heada of the nowrt who dalle paaa and rapaaa
the Knoidw.iy bridge about ha':' tha lorda 01' .iraation wvuld
ititilenle find thnnvIt.'h h ilbiax. KNOX I* at (hi- brad af
the hoii ton Our re* lei" will alway* lind a *oo>l arllole at
the foot of the bridge oo the up town aldo.
Kvrrili IS'n Wedding Cnnk 3H'J llraadwaj?
Thf tnoat ' 'K tiil In thr i Itj. Alao rreurh Sou-I'apflr. Katabilali?<)
Kar Kirnr Clnm Printing ?al" Kvrry Unarrlp.
tlnn I<> Ihr MrtropotUaa Job Printing Ki< thliakmrat, HT
(irDllrmra'a Until Brntrrr Itrnn llatf af
the flneai Km ty Mountain lld.iyer. Th? uioat alr^ani m<
comfortable Hat out for aummer w?"ir. Prina only (1.
(J. W (IKKKN, Hutccr, 14* >a??*ii atraatInvitltd**
Wheel Clinim, for I nt Indaora ar
out; price f'-ll to +4(1. InvalMa' "'arrlarra to order.
K. W. SMITH, <W Willi imitraat, New Toft. |
IMealnew, IVonaay nod !>c?ipntrti (toaikhwtf
n the firm of orde"*. Metropolitan .fcib Prtullag Katafclahrurni.
K N eaaau atreel.
Prnnplilatit, law Hreorta, 4rr.< K?cr?ta<
with nealr.eea, quh-knea? ami <1e?p*t.n, tw?nly-flee ero?
( hoapnr than at an* other print lac ertaldlahnietii in the r;ty,
at the MKTROPOLIT\N JOit PlllNriNO l..-ttABLMH
MKHT, OT Mnaaau atreet.
Itoynl llavaaa l.<tltery.-Hrl 'r? I'nld In (<(M.
Information forulahad. Tha bif ieat ralc? paid for DnouMeaa
and ail kind* of liuM and silver.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankera, l? We I atreet, M. T.
Tfc? Knmom (larnrp-WT Niuaaa Hlrwl,
comer Pnlton. Tha Metropolitan Job Priming Kalabllahnwo*.
ft'llh Toapeea nnd Ornanental llalr^HaM
quality tialr l?y? and Italr I>>''>?ic, ail l olora. at II A t (.'(116Milt'8,
lb Boud atrnet. ?
;i be KtcbIm Talafra*.
THK KTKNIHO TKLKOKAB HAS A ItAR'iRR CIUCV
LATION THAN AJTY OTHKK RTrMRU JOI'MAL 1*
THIi CITT. IT 111 VUHamTLt AIISAD OP ALL ITS
CONTKMPORARIMt IN UAlfl.lU Ot LOCAL NKVVR,
AND 1.1 NKYER SKATE.1 IK IW ( OHKR.?PONr?RNU?
RT TKLKURAPH OB MAIL." ~
Adurtiaera now real lie that the KVRNINU TPLI'.ORAM la
tba baa* BWII'im through which to raaih the public, and Iba
public arerrwliera a!?o appreciate tha fact thai tha KTKNIN9
TRt.KOKAH la tha hat aad oaJy IWe avenlna aearapapar
now put>ilaha<t ia thla or aal^hbonoa oltna.
? i a
the advartlacBMnt* In ?ha RVRNIMii TRLRUBAM an
not paid fjf by the yaar lo II np aptra, Mil are renew*! aad
paM Tor *??ij da J Mftnwt;. ar*i.tn? ww <""?
half a ?<>l limit of |M>? a<Irtrtl*r?r?ala <r?r? un?r?(f1?M/
crowjad out for w\ol n^T hx?, btrt II xnMak
orrr a to* Ml eol imoa " ?1n" ?<?? > ??.
toaltM ifiuro M'anu of ?hf lalaat, "iWMt u4
I ? *! tSMTMtiO* DWI of ItH. Jv. ?! ?* ***? ?
re*<J 6y HetW?iwi<l*-f .'eflghleljeedeii , . ?
Tfea Kaalcal ?ri Tfc*a?rt<wl fUmi u4 CrlUetaaa Ml Ik*
TBI??0*AM ?" alwa>? rrMk, faaitnaa, apart ill a aad fw?
akla; " Faahioaabla lalaUlf?er.a l? th? raeocnlaa* aulbartl#
la Ma afralaa of cfta aratoa da la crw. tad tta l-abar. TrMK
Matin* aM Moefti Mfcrta wanant .1 aNt* ia ifca Mar
otaat, rba Uaorar ao4 ?a Ma<-baa*.
THB ?TOOUL TBLKUHAPH1C OlMiRKaPOH
IVIWIIK1 TILEQRAM froto Waafclntfnii a?<
iparial r?ror?a of fcatk htmm * t?a$nm ahwae**>at?
tfca mod Ukailk, rallabt* and lataal nMW rntm lb?i
aa<' ara daily coptad f?r lk<4r >iiwliaac* lata lfi? r.nrn
? . a
!? lh?b?? ?nl *?ry '??*'< Jlren ! IN*
IftrfMt ctfrntalioa *f nor H"w "* p is.
ud Ik'* linmwun ?<rcul?ltoo ? < <>?,m.mi* K v? a'l
blftMH M th? b?? pOM!b!? Orfrtlvlac mMI" 1.
W. H ?JMvartlamiMta nbmiM h? ??nt In f*iv if >' , . - ,
I ll|N ? ? <*? VMM' p'a.f nou?r ? U' l ? u.