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CABLE NEWS
From All Parts of the
World.
THE TURKISH REVOLUTION.
Disraeli's Definition of England's
Eastern Policy.
MURAD'S COMING PROCLAMATION.
To Be Girded with the Sword
of Osman.
RUSSIA AND REFORM.
Winslow and the Extradition
Jack-in-ths-Box.
THE 'CHANNEL TUNNEL.
Servia Moving for War?Russian
Official Approval.
Sultan "by the Grace of God and
the Will of the People."
THE TURKISH QUESTION.
tBOLAND FBBPABIXO tor WAB?TEN BEGI
ment8 fob malta.
(From the Evening Telegram of Yesterday.]
London, June l, lsro.
Though hopes of pcuce are entertained, never
theless* England Is making preparations for even
tualities, which may terminate in war.
KEfilMENTS UNDER OKDEltS.
1 have exclusive Information that ten infentry
regiments have received orders to be ready to sail
for Malta at a moment's notice.
A BRITISH ADMIRAL TO CONFEB IN CONSTANTI
NOPLE.
Valktta, Malta, June 1, 1870.
Vice Adml^l Sir Jatneis Drurauiond, commanding
the Mediterranean fleet, has left tho squadron in Besika
Buy nnd pone to Constantinople to confer with the
British Ambassador.
PBEMIEB DISBAELX'S STATEMENT OF THE SITUA
TION IN THE OBIENT?BBITISH POWEB IN THE
INTEBE8T OP teace.
In tho Honfo of Commons this evening Mr. Disraeli,
replying to a question by tho Marquis of Hartington,
said he had received a telegram from Constantinople
since arriving at the House to-day, but tho only inter
esting fact contained therein was that everything there
was tranquil, and tho Mussulman population content.
THK IIBKLIX UKMOKA9DCM.
The Premier also said:?" Tho Berlin memorandum
bss not yet been submitted to tho Porte, and 1 should
?ven express the hope it may not be necessary that it
should be. Undoubtedly the candition of affairs was
critical in that part of the world. The British govern
ment bad taken such meosnrcs of precaution as it
thought necessary to maintain tho interest and honor
of England, and that policy oi precaution tboy in
tend to pursue. At the samo time I wish most
dcnidodly to state, on the part oi the British govern
ment, ttiat it Is their opinton that tho interests of
England would bo most studiod by maintaining peaoc,
auti that tho honor of Kuglanil can never bo more
efficiently vindicated than by tak'ng a leading part in
contributing to the accomplishment of that object."
Mr. Disraeli's remarks were greeted with checrs.
Ml'HAD EFPENDl's PBOCLAMATION?THE TOBEIQN
INTEBESTS MOKE CONFIDENT.
CoxHTANTixorLE, May 31, 1876.
Murad KfTcr.di's proclamation announcing his ac
cession to the throne is momentarily expected.
VOKKIRNBR8 RKA88UKKD.
Tho deputation from ihe foreign colonics at Constan
tinople will to-morrow present an address ot congratu
lation to the new Sultan.
COXFIDKXCK AT HOMK.
Advices from the provinces state that the obnnge of
rulers is everywhere receivo.i with satisfaction.
THK SWORD OF OSXAX.
To-morrow tho Sultan will go in state to the Eyonb
Mosque, where bo will be girded with the sword of
Otman.
AM MUSTY.
Several persons exiled lor political offences daring
.he last reign havo been recalled.
TniC IXFKRMl XAVT.
The departure ol the Turkish fleet for a cruise In the
Archipelago has been postponed.
.CABINET ANNOUNCEMENT OP COMING BEPOBM?
A NEW CONSTITUTION GUARANTEEING PEB
BONAL LIBEBTT.
CoMSTAXTixori.c, June 1, 1876.
The Grand Vizier has telegraphed to Turkish repre
sentatives abroad the announcement that a pro
gramme of reform will be drawn np immediately.
A FUKK CONSTITUTION PKOCLAIMKD.
An Imporial proclamation was read to-day, declaring
th.it the members of tho Cabinet shall continue in
office; ttiat the Sjltan grams CO,000 purses ($1,500,000)
frotn the civil list for the purposes of the State and re
linquishes the revenues from the privato property of
tho Crown.
The proclamation recommends the establishment of
an equilibrium in the hotlget, the immediate improve
ment of public education and tho reorganization of the
Ministry ot Justice and the Council oi Slate, and dl
revts iho Ministers to devise a form of government
luitablo to all Turkish subject*, without distinction,
lb as to secure tho liberty of every individual
"BY TIlEOKArK or <K>D AXD THK WILL OK THK PBOfLK. *'
lho imperial proclamation also expresses the hope
tb:it the bon is of friendship between Turkey and all
ib? foreign Powers will be drawn closer.
it concludes with the formal auuouncomcnt that
Mourad lias a.-cended tho throne "by the graco of Uod
mud the will of the people."
The proclamation is received with public rejoicings.
THK AMOUNT OP TBEU5UEE SEIZED AT THE
sultan's PALACE.
IjONDOx, June 1, 1876.
The amount of the en Sultan's treasure reported In
Ihe .%>?'?' Vienna i-pocial as having been seized, is
1100,000.000, not $100,000.
IIB8IAN DEFINITION OP THE POLICT OP THE
ECBOPEAN POWERS.
?t. Pktkksbi'ro, June 1, 1876.
Tho Journal dr St, J'tternUurg of to day has nu srtl
llo ou the Turkish situation.
mcscovitk orixiox.
After commenting upoa tho recent events at Con
stantin >plo, It pu nts out tho difficulties which besat
the path of Murad KfTctili, the new i-nlun, and eon
iinues ns follows'But the solicitude of Europe to
prevent Hie crisis from increasing in gravity remains
aticliangco. The Powers continue to agree in ttieir do
lire to deaiaud from the Turkish government, whatever
that govern met be, the execution o.' indispensable re
forms."
THE SEBVIAN ABM! MOVINO FOB WAB?BUS
MAN OPFICIAL APPBoTAIa.
Bkuiradk, June 1, 1876.
The infantry pioneers and a portion ol the military
train of tha Belgrade district left hero for the frontier
today.
Prince Milan and the Russian General Tchnernayeff
witnessed their departures
IflTXU TO II OFFICIALLY IK rOaMKD,
Prince Wrede, the Auilrlan representative, has
started for Pesth to report the itate of affair* m
Servia.
ISBUBOKirrS DEFEATED BT THE SULTAN*?
neon.
Raoi-sa, Jane 1, 1876.
The insurgents attacked the Turkish troopa near
Stohtx on Tuesday.
Tho Insurgents admit they were driven back to
Gatiko, whence tbey retired upon Bamenani.
A FBENCH BQDADBON READY TO SAIL FOB THE
EAST.
Paris, June 1, 1878.
A large squadron of French men-of-war la assembled
in tbe harbor of Toulon in readiness to sail lor tbe
Kust, but no orders have yet been received for its de
parture.
taut. DEBBT'S OPINION ON THE NEW TURKISH
BEOIXE.
I<ondon, Jane 2,1670.
In tbe Bouse of Lords laat night, tnc Enrl of Derby,
replying to a question from Lord Stratheden, stated it
was impossible at present to produce tbe despatch con*
taming England's refusal to concur in tho Berlin pro
posals, because tbese proposals bad not been presented
to tbe Porte.
TUB POPULAR WILL ALL POWERFUL.
Earl Derby said be believed tbe revolution at Con
stantiuople was due to spontaneous toeling on tbe part
of tbe people, und was not Influenced by toreigu agen
cies. Tbe consequences might be extremely important,
but lie had no reason to antlcipato any but good
result*.
THE EX-SULTAN'S PER SOX At. SAFBTT.
The Standard?t despatch from Vienna says It Is
stated that General lgnatleir has rocelved Instructions
with regard to tho personal safety of Abdul-Aziz,
whose banishment to Erreroum or Bagdad is Bpoken of.
THE BERLIN MOTH TO TCHKRT SHELVED.
The Ambassadors of the Ave Powers have bold con
ferencos at Constantinople and decided to postpone
the presentation of the Berlin memorandum indotl
nitely.
They, however, have agreod to Impress on tne Turk
ish government the necessity of concluding a two
months' armistice, particularly as this would check tbo
warlike preparations of Servia by dopriving agitators
of tbo pretext that Turkish invasion was Imminent
A SPANISH FLEET TO SAIL FOB THE EAST.
London, June 2, 1870.
Tbe Spanish fleet, with tbo exception of tho vessels
in Biscayan and Cuban waters, bus boen ordered to
join the English naval forces In the Mediterranean.
BEPOBT OF A MASSACRE IN THE EAST.
London, June 2,1876,
A special despatch to tbe Daily Newt, dated
Giurgevo, Wallachlu, Juno 1, says a massacre is re
ported In the Trebizond.
No particulars have boen allowed to transplro in Con
atantinople.
THE TORTE TO NEGOTIATES WITH TITK INSURGENTS.
The correspondent of tho Daily Telegraph
at Paris says it is now a confirmed
lact that the Porte consents to negotiate
with the insurgents during an armistico on the condi
tion that Austria shall not occupy Herzegovina or
Bosnia.
THE WAR AGAINST TIIE IN8UBGENTS.
London, June 2, 1870.
A Borlln despatch to tbo Tiinrt reports that
Mukhtar l'acha is about to undertake another ex
pedition to Xicslc with 20,000 men.
A large force of Insurgents awaits him.
RUSSIAN cactiox.
A Timet despatch from I'csili states that Prince
GortschakuIT hus telegraphed to Belgrade, warning
I'rlnco Milan, In tlio namo ot the C/.ar, against any
rash venture*.
MUNICIPAL KXKRCV.
The Town Council of Belgrado have issnod a procla
mation asking citizens to subscribe to the national
loan. They declare tho loan is raised to tree all per
sons of Servian descent from a foreign yoke.
WOJt'T HATK Till r.KIU.IN MKUOKANDI-M.
The Berlin correspondent of the Timet asserts thit
since tho deposition of the Sultan the European Powers
have been notified of tho Porte's positive refusal to
approve any of the propositions contained In the Berlin
memorandum.
BCLUAKIAK liehki.I.ION.
The same correspondent reports that 0,000 Bul
garians, who havo been armed from Servian arsenals,
are approaching the Turkish camp at Xisch.
1IASSACRK BT iioskiaxs.
The Bosnian Insurgent leader Golub has burned tho
Turkish town of Salat and massacred 500 Inhabitants,
and the Insurgent leader Marinovitch has fired the vil
lage of ?l!? and killed 120 Turks.
THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER.
[special despatch to the herald bt cable. ]
London, June l, isto.
The wort of tlie divers at the scene of the wreck
of the steamer .Schiller has been given up. It was
not paylug expenses. Seven twenty dollar pieces
and hair a ton weight of copper were recovered on
the 29th of May.
ENGLAND.
WINSLOW'S CASE STILL PENDING?WHAT IS SAID
OF HIS DISCBABGE?W. EIMPTON YANCE AND
HELEN SMSE convicted.
MAN'-nKSTKR, June 1, 187a
The Guardian's London correspondent says the gov
eminent will not surrender Winslow until a supple
mental treaty has been negotiated between Great
Britain and the United States embodying the principles
of the act of 1870
Tho correspondent also says communications are
now passing between London and Washington lor that
purpose.
ii an agreement is not reached by June 15 Winslow
will be released.
THE CONSPIBATOB8 JOB MURDER CONVICTED.
1?ndon. Jnno 1, 187a
Hie trial of H^lliam Kimpton Vance and Helen Sines
lor consplrlugto murder, with a second cbargo against
Vance of aiding and abetting ?me? to commit suicide,
was concludod to-day.
Both prisoners were convicted.
snmucBD.
Vance was sentenced to cightcoa months' Imprison
ment and the woman Srnco to six months.
PABLIAMENT IN BBCZf.H.
London, Jane 2. 1378.
The House of Commons last night adjourned until
1 June 8 and tho I-orris nntil June 13.
AN EAST INDIA* MAGNATE IN THE metropolis.
London, June 2, 1870.
Salar Jung hos arrlvd In this city.
THS COTTON MANIFACTI RI.KU INTKI.KAT VASTLT OS
PR rssKn.
Tho cotton spinners of Holton have decided to run
their mills on short titno on account of the depression
ol the trade.
Mom, ot the mills will remain closod throughout
Whitsuntide.
FRANCE.
THE ANOLO-FBENCH CHANNEL TUNNEL WOBEH?
PRELIMINARIES FOB THE COMMENCEMENT. J
Preliminary work on the Channel tunnel, to connect
England and France, has been comm^ncod at Lan
gatte. Snafts have been sank to a depth of forly me.
tres (101'? feet). When those reach a depth ?r 100
metres (32H 1 10 lent) below the sen, a ifallery, ono Icilo
nu tro (or .'.,270 0 10 lcr'i> long, will lo maiin In the
chalk.
If this Is sucec?4lnl, and uothlng indicates tho im
practicnhility o; tho project, tho tunnel w.II be dell
nitely commenced.
the UNIVERSITY CONTROL dill UNDER DE
DATE? excitement AMONG THE DEPUTIES?
PRINCE NAPOLEON GAINS HIS HEAT.
Vebsaii.les, Juno 1, 187&
la the Chamber of Deputies to day the University |
Education bill, restoring the right of granting degrees
to the Stat*, was taken up and an exciting debate en
tiled.
Speeches were made by MM. de Cassagnac, de Castel
lane and de Larochefoucauld-Bisaccia. Violent recrim
inations were indulged Id, and much disorder pre
vailed.
BOXAFARTIST GAINS.
The elections of Prince Napoleon and Connt de Casa
blanca, Bonapartist, were continued by the Chamber
without discussion.
SPAIN.
THOUSANDS OF TBOOF8 FOB CUBA?A COLONIAL
OFFICIAL TO BB INVESTIGATED.
Madrid, June 1, 1878.
Seven thousand soldiers sailed for Cuba yesterday.
8KX0R ALLAOA 8kxt ROMS.
Sefior Allaga, a Cuban ofllcial accused of malprac.
tices, was sent to Havana In the transport to meet the
charges against him.
REDUCTION OF THE ABMT.
Loxdo.v, Juno 2, 1878.
A despatch from Cadis to the Timr* announces that
another contingent ot Infantry and 6,000 cavalry have
been disbanded.
THE BRAZILIAN EMPEROR.
HI INSPECTS THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT AND
OBDEBS A BLOCK OF ST. FAULO MABBLE FOB
IT?A FLEAM A NT VISIT TO TUB SENATE?AOBI
CULTCBAL COUBTE8IKR.
Wasiiixotox, June 1, 1878.
The Emperor, accompanied by the VUcotnle De Bom
Ketlru, paid a visit this mommy to the unQnishcd
Washington Monument. His Majesty was particularly
pleased with the contributions of loreian nations to
tho monument of the great founder of tho American
Republic, and resolved that Brazil also should bo repre
sented among the peoples ivno sympathize with the
American peoplo in their admiration of tho virtues of
Washington.
Beloro leaving tho monument grounds Ills Majesty
Instructed the Vrlscomto Do Bom ltotiro to write Imme
diately to ltlo Janeiro and order a block of Bruslllan
marble to be prepared with a suitable inscription and
have it forwardod as Brazil's contribution to the Wash
ington Monument. Tho marble Is to come trom the
quarries of St Paula
Aftor breakfast liis Majesty made si) Inspection of
tho Patent OfUco, and afterward dropped into the
Senate to watch the Belknap impeachment proceedings,
in whioh His Majesty takes a lively interest.
During His Majosty's visit a pleasant Incident oc
curred. Some thoughtful friend had sent Vice Presl
dout Kerry a beautiful arch of flowers, which had been
placed on his desk Just before the opening of
the impeachment trial On the arrival of Ills Majesty,
who took his seat in the diplomatic gallery, Mr. Ferry
politely sent tho beautiful trophy of flcwers with
his compliments to the Emperor. His Majesty re
ceived it graciously and warmly expressed his thanks
| for the beautiful gilt. It was afterward sent to the
1 Emperor's rooms at the Arlington Hotel.
During the day the Empress, accompanied by Ad
miral Delutnane, visited the various points of interest
In tho city.
Af-er dinner tho Emperor, accompanied by his
suite, visitou tho Soldiers' Home. In tho ovcnlng tho
Emperor attended a racred concert, givon for the benefit
of tho Church of the Ascension.
The Viscondo Do Bom iictlro paid a lengthened visit
to tho Department of Agriculture, and spent several
hours completing his examination of tho workings of
that Institution. Ho took coplcus notes of matters of
interest, with the view of introducing ameliorations
into tho Brazilian Agricultural Dopartuiciil, over
which he presides.
In addition to making notes of Interesting details
the Visconda tnado arrangements with tho Agricul
tural Department for the exchaugo of all pub
lications on tho subject o( agriculture, and for
the oxchanco of such duplicate specimens as
may bo Judged of interest to either institution ns
well as of various seed.! lor experiment. Every facility
was extended to the Vlscoodc by the directors of the
Agricultural Department, and when he lelt he expressed
himself woll pleased with the arrangement of tho de
partment and tho courtesy of the directors.
Tho Duke of Saxe Coburg, the Emperor's son-in-law,
joined the Imperial |>arty to-day, and will accompany
Their Majesties to Niagara.
The Majesties and suits will visit Monnt Vernon to
morrow. Thcro will be ? picnic prosldod over by tho
Regent
BAPTIST SOCIAL UNION.
ELECTION OF OFFICEB8?INTERESTING PAPERS
BEAD?ADJOURNMENT.
riin.ADKi.riiia, Juno 1, 1870.
The Conventlou of Baptist Social Union rosumod Its
sessions to-day at nino A. M. The following are tbo
officer* elected for the present roar:?President, John
P. Townsend, of New Vork; V ten Presidents?James
L. Howard, ot Connecticut; J. M. Heck, of North
Carolina; Hon. 9. P. Davis, ot Obia Secretaries?
Colonel W. H. Harrison and Rev. J. 6. Walker, of
Pennsylvania.
A paper upon Christianity and tho bodily wants of
men was read by W. W. Keen, M. D. After showing
that tbo outlying maters ol worklngmen (of whom, In
England, but one per cent at.end worship) were not
reached on tbo spiritual side, nor Instructed In the
service, tho speaker deplored the fact (hat
our Christian church mcm'iers nro doing Ittle
or nothing in practical benevolence, whereas,
each parish should act for the workiiiginen in its own
hound*?organizing workingmen'srlubs, hiring* funds,
colieu rooin? for reading, conversation, he. These ap
l>Ii nice.- huve been used effectually in Rov. Newman
Hall's church, lu London. The re.idlng of this paper
was toliowed hy remarks from Or* Cutting nnd H ivey,
aud Metisre. Bin knell, Van Meter, Harris, Parker, Pol
ler and MrC'ralt*
The next paper was by Mr. F. W. Smith, of Hcston,
on "How to Kciam and Hovel- p tho Yomhlul Element
In our Churches." The speaker suggested that we
must set lorth a pure Christianity, givo to tbo young
an intelligent beliof, orgmizo them fur work and lor
Christum worship, show a respect lor our own convic
tions and lot jest about the beautiful and slgntlicaut
rite of baptism.
Tho next paper was by Professor J. II. Raymond,
LU D . of Ya.-sar College. New York", on "Woman's I'laco
in Christian Work.'' Tho ppeaker said:?-'Wo havo
orred in speaking of woman's rights llrst; we should
speak Brat or her (ipMty, i hen her responsibly,
then her rl?lit. What woman ran be taught to
do. that Is her work. Womaa'a place In Chris
tian work la by the side of man. with a lull
manifestation of all the gifts thai the Holy Spirit, h is
given her. The Scriptures ordain that distinction.-- of .
sex aro practically nothing. The speaker believed in '
the difference between man and woman, hot not in i
their separation. lie pleaded lor a lair and open Hold
andnotuvor; mat tbt) l>e not merely permitted, hut
cal'ed on to take a placu lu the church. The paper was
discussed by Drv. Ilnardmau, Cathcart and Morouu.
L?r. Henson pre seated a pa|?er on "How Shall the
Church Supplement the Educational Work of the
Statef He look ill ? position tnst the State cannot
teach relltlon. This must be Irlt to the Church and I
the Sabtiath School. Tho paper WM dlsovssed by Dra. ;
Evarts, Cathcart. Howj, Jeter, Cutting and Randolph,
Mr. ti. f. Kaviit and Itev. fl N. Harris.
Alter a cloiing address from the President and a re
port Irom the t'ommiitco on Enrollment the convoca
tion adjourned tint di*.
TOWNSHIP BOND SUIT.
A NEW JEOHXY TOWN REPUDIATES ITS Df.BT ON
AN ALLKUBD TECHNICAL ir.KLUllLAMTY.
Trkxtox, June 1, 1878.
In the Unltod States Circuit Court, belorn Just lea
Strong, there Is now going on a tr.ai between toe
Cooper Union lor the Promotion ol Science, of the city
of New York, and tho inhabitants of tho township ol
Pomptun, Passaic county, N. J. This suit arises out of
an set of the Legislature of New Jersey, pvsed in lMii,
which act authorized the owners of two thirds of the
vnlue of real estate In any township through which
the Montclsir Railroad should piss to Issue its bonds to
the amount ot twenty per eeut of tbo valuation of the
real estate ol such town or township, to be ???nailed
by iho assessment roils thereof. 1 ndcr this act the
commissioners contemplated by the act issued tho
bonds oi the township ot Pompion to the amount of
flOO.UOn. Tho bonds were purchased by Petrr Cooper
and by Irm given to tho Cooper Unioa. The bends i
worn ma.e payable on November 1. 187;i. at the 1'ir^t :
National Hank of .lorrcy City, but they were not paid, ,
and henr.c the suit TLe deieuce Is irregularity in the
action of tho commissioners In tbo issue "of the iionds;
(l?!eeU in the consents obtained Irotn the taxpayers
and ia the affidavits of the assessors nullifying tho as
sea to. Hon. A i. rum S. Hewitt. Henry C. spiudlng
and others testified to-day and Mr. McCurter chmoU his
argument lor the defence.
DEATH IN COURT.
PitnviiiKMrr, R. I., June 1, 18711
Asa Fairbanks, aged upward of eighty years, dropped
dead on the witness stand of tho Supremo Court this
moiniug while giving testimony la a oivll caso in
which he was the plaintiff.
EPSOM RACES.
The High Level Handicap Over the
Derby Course.
CATO THE WINNER.
Preakness, the American Repre
sentative, Finishes Second.
HIS DEFEAT ATTRIBUTED TO WEIGHT CARMLD.
[STECIAL BY CABLE TO THX HEEALP. ]
London, June 1,187ft.
This was the third day of the Epsom Summer
meeting, and the interest of the occasion was cen
tred on the race for the High Level Handicap, which
Included among its starters Mr. M. II. Sandford's
bay horse l'reakness, the champion of the American
representatives now in England. Though ITeakness
was defeated, ho finished accond in a Held of ten.
Mr. W. lleviU's Cuto, carrying eighty-four pounds,
won very cleverly, making a hotter race, even.wlth
the light import, Miau lie naU the crcdit of being able
to do.
THE STAltTBRS.
The starters for the handicap numbered ten, nnd
among them were those who have shown good pub
lic form and been winners on several occasions.
There were Mr. Alex. Baltuzzi's Artemis, 4 years
old, carrying 124 lbs., the top weight; Mr. M. II.
Sauford's I'reakness, aged, 122 lbs.; Mr. Savllle's
Earl of Dartrey, 4 years, 122 lbs.; Mr. P. Luca i'
Aggiethorpe, 5 years, 105 lbs.; Mr. Bowe's Eqna
mmlty, 4 years, 102 lbs.; Mr. II. E. Beddington's
Chancellor (the favorite), 4 years, 97 lbs.; Sir J. I>.
Astley's Bridget, 3 years, 00 lbs.; Mr. Ellerton'a
Brassey, 3 years, 85 lbs.; Mr. W. Bevlll's Cato, 5
years, 84 lbs., and Mr. F. Pryor's Troublesome colt, 3
years, 84 Urn. There was much excitement as the
horses came to the post, and all eyes sought the son
of Lexington and Bay Leaf, and praises of his grand
formation were hoard upon all sides.
TUB 1IETTIXO.
Just before the start the betting on the course
rnled?2 to l against Chancellor, tf to 1 against
Artemis colt, fi to 1 ugainst Earl of Dartrey, 10 to 1
agaiust Cato and 15 to 1 against I'reakneua.
THE RUJE.
The distanco of the race was one mllo and a half,
and it was run over the Derby Course. The horses
got away well together, and Preakness, ridden by
Parry, ran prominently the entire distance, but he
lacked the dash of speed at the ilnish necessary to
overtake the leader, and Cato landed tho
winner by four lengths. A spirited struggle
between Preakness and Chancellor for sec
ond place resulted in Preakness comlug home
a head In front of the favorite, while the others
were beaten a considerable distance. Time of the
race, 2:43),', or half a second less than the announced
time of yesterday's Derby.
CONCLUSIONS.
The performance of Trcukuc.<s Is gratifying In the
extreme, but It Justifies what the IIeuald has hllh
erto naIU regarding the American horses, and the
policy of running them other than long distance*.
Prcakncss failed, however, to-day by giving the
Ave year old Cato thirty-eight pounds, and had they
been anything like on even term*, the winner would
have found the American horse a more formidable loo
Prcakncss' defeating at even weights the Karl
of Dartrey, a performer of considerable repute, and
the Artemis colt, who has won two very Important
races this season, and who gavo Preakness but two
pounds, shows a form far from being despicable, and
it Is promising, as it will yet improve.
* TI1J! GOLD CLP AT ASCOT.
There were many turfmen at Epsom to-day who
argued that as the lllgti Level Handicap was run In
half a second less than the Derby, and Preakness
being four tenths away from the winner, it Is proba
ble that he can bent Porerunnor, who was second In
the Derby and five lengths behind Klsltcr. If this is
so, Preuknesa' chances for the Gold Cup at Ascot are
good, and he may possibly win that Important event.
MK. RANKORIl'S RETURN.
Mr. Sanford will return to Xew York Immediately
after the Ascot meeting, which commences on Tues
day, 13th Inst.
si'mxart.
Epsom, Jane 1, 1878.?The High Level Handicap of
15 sova. oucli, 6 M>vs. forfeit, with 300 miv*. added; t'io
second b<>r?e to recelvo AO hot* out of the stake*. To
mart at tbe new High Level starting post (the Derby
course). About ono mile au>l a half.
Mr. VT. Bevill's ch h. Cato. 5 years old, by Caterer,
out oi Sprite, 84 lbs. 1
Mr. M. U. Sanford's b. h. Preakness, agod, by Lex
ington, out ol Bay Leal (bred in America), 122 lbs.
(Tarry) 2
Mr. U.K. Beildingtou'* eh. c. Chancellor, 4 years
old, by Exchequer, out o! Savante. 07 it)* 3
Mr. Alexander Hat tarn 's It. c. . 4 yeara old, br
Scottish Chief, out ot Artemis, 124 lb* 0
Mr. Savtle's b c. Karl ol Dartrey, 4 years old, by
Tho Karl, out of Kigoibocbe. 122 lbs 0
Mr T. Lucas' b. b. Agglolhorpe, 5 years old, by Ca
thedral. oat of fatf Agnes, 106 lbs 0
Mr. Bowos' eh. 1. Equanimity, 4 yeara old, by Vic
torious, out of Merry and Wise. 102 Ilia 0
Sir J. D. Astley'a b. I. 'Bridget, 3 yeara old, by Ilor
iiiit. out of Itertba, !?l lbs 0
Mr. Kllerton's eh. e. Braasey, 3 yeara old, by Trum
peter. out of Hraxey, 85 Ilia 0
Mr. V. pryor'a ch. c. . 3 yeara old, by Kriponnlcr,
out ol Troublesome, *4 lbs 0
Time, 2:43)-,.
THS WIIXSR?CATO.
Tho winner, Cato, cheatnut hoiae, S years old, w.ia
bred by Lord Bradloril There ia no record or bis per
forming as a two-year old. but in bis three year-old
form be ran three times unsuccesslully. Ills first
essay was In the 0?infid?>au Plate (handicap), six fur
longs, at Brighton, when with 98 lb* up ho was badly
beaten. the winner belnu Mr. Balcbln'a Koiallst, three
year-old, carrying 01 Iba. In this race Cato ran under
the color* of Mr. W. Bcrlll, bis preaont owner. Ilia
second attempt waa in the autumn meeting, same
place, when In the Brighton Autumn Handicap,
one mile and a quarter, carrying lu8 lbs., he
waa also unsuccessful, finishing next io last
In a field of seven. His final appearance for tho year
was at the aame mooting, in the Welter Handicap,
about six furlongs, when he finished fonrth, the win
ner turn log up In Sir George Chetwyml's Highlander,
3 yeara old, with 114 lbs. Cato it> this race carried
110 lbs. In bis lonr-year-old form be ran Ave times,
and was beaten on every occasion. Tho liibury Stakes
(handicap), meeting of the Bibury Club. JuL? 23, oun
mile and a half, and ridden by members, he obtained
second place with 159 lb?. op. The winner was Sir
George Chotwynd's Kldbroo'*, carrying Kl.'i lbs. At
Stock bridge, June 24, Cato appeared in the Andover
Stakes (handicap), ouo mile, when, with 151 lbs. up, be
failed to obtain a place, bis old antagonist, with 171 Iba.
carrying ofT the honor. Cato waa then prepared for
the Goodwood Stakes (handicap), at Goodwood, July
28, but bis psrformanco was uot creditable, as he Mas
tenth at the (lnlsh In u field of thirteen. The distance
was twomllea ana a half, and Ca-o's impost was S3 lbs.
Ills next apprarance was lu the Lcwcs Grand Handicap,
Lewca Aujriut meeting, (wo mile . bnt he failed to show
any speed, though ho w?a weighted with but HO lbs.
Tho Uith essay of this horso was in thn Welter
Cup (handicap), at the Lincoln August mevtiDg, ou#
mile and a hair, and be finished last ot live perlormera
Cato carried 161 Iba, ia tbis race, and the winner, Mr.
Slierft?*'* a re an old. bad 139 iba. oa her back
PIGEON SHOOTING.
INTERNATIONAL MATCH AH RANGED BETWEEN I It A
A. PAINS, OF SEW TORS, AND CAITAIN PAT
TON, OP LONDON.
[special despatch to the herald bt cable. ]
Iaindon, June 1, l#7?.
?11 Interesting pigeon shooting contest lias been
arranged litre, which in a measure partakes of an
International character. The event is a mutch be
tween Ira A. I*aine, of New York, who recently
arrived in England, and Captain Patton, of ]<ondon,
the winner of the Grand Prix dn Casino at Monaco
last January.
CONDITION*.
The conditions of the match are $250 a side, half
forfeit, thirty birds each and twenty-seven yards
rise.
time ok shooting.
The event will come off on the grounds of the Gun
Club on Saturday, 3d inst.
THE INDIAN WAR.
MASSACRE OF A CINCINNATI COMPANY OF BLACK
HILLS GOLD keekers?FOBTT-NINE MEN
KILLED?THE VICTIMS SCALPED AND MUTI
LATED BV THE RllD FIENDS OF TnE PLAIN3.
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1, 1870
A dospatoh from Lincoln, Nob., received last even
ing gives the following particulars of ihu massacro l>y
Indians of a large portion of Captain Stone's company
ol Clncinnatians en routs for the Black Uill*.
Part of the exposition was piss n,- through the Sand
Hills about llity miles from tho Kcd Cloud Agency.
Tbc day was warm rind ttio roads uourly unpassahlo
from sand. The men had deposited their coats ajid
weapons lu the wagons, and were struggling wearily
behiuil, when tho Indians rushed down nnd cut ihein
oir Irom tbo train. Tho raa&sacre followed with but
little resistance the Indians numbering several hun
dreds.
Tho leaders of the party, Captain Stone and James
Wood, wcro among tho llrst to full
The names ot others who were killed were, as lar as
asceftalned, Stone, Armstrong, Kellcy, lludleston,
West, Wulinsky, Uarr, Laboyieaux, Bauer, Wunck,
Oldwa.-o, Sbattcngcr. Latts, Krtinck, Mozeante, Kuu
dle, McKeag, Lcauaer and ihe two drivers.
Tho bearer of the roport declares that not a ample
one of tho party ol forty-niue men escaped. Several of
the bodies, scalped and mutilated, wero taken into North
Loup K.irt. It is stated that nearly all the ludians
have left the agencies and are on the war path.
Omaha, June 1, 137&
Tlio following dOFpatch has been received from the
proprietor of tho Siduey and I!lack Hills singe line:?
"My stage driver from tho ngcucy to Sidnoy cauie on
foot to tho Plaite. His horse was killod under linn,
and tho Indians got tho mail uod saddle. This gives
evidence that the Indians nre operating south of tho
agencies, but to what extent and in whut numbers is
unknown."
REMOVAL OP THE CHIRICAHUAS.
TROUBLE ANTICIPATED?UKN'KIUL KAUTZ PRE
FACED TO SQUELCH IT.
Tucson, Arizona, June 1, 1870.
General Kautz and staff arrived here to day in obedi
ence to Instructions from the W'nr Department to
superintend the transfer of tho Chlrl alma Indians
from their present reservation to tho San Cnrlon reser
vation, in accordance with a recent act of Congress.
Tlu'se Indians nro tbosu who roooutly created imenso
excitement In this district by tho murder ol several
Citizens.
Opinions as to tho quiet submission of the Indians to
the military Authorities are divided, and while General
Kuutz doei not anticipate trouble, be Is prepared for
It with sufllcient force of cavulry and will mako it warm
for the ludians should they attempt armed resistance.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER RETORT.
IfPAKTMKIT, )
isr Sihxal Orrinum, J
*, Jane '2-1 A. M. )
Wak Dspartxsxt,
Orrics or rn? Cnii
Warbuwtox,
Probabilities.
For Friday In tbe South Atlantic States, warmer,
southerly winds, lower pressure and partly cloudy
wcathor, with local raiu*.
For the Kastern Gulf States, stationary or higher
pressure, southerly an<l variable wind^'arily cloudy
weather and stationary or lower temporal tiro.
For tho Western Qulf States, higher pressure,
easterly winds and cooler, partly cloudy weather.
For Tennocseo and the Ohio Valley, cooler westerly
winns, partly cloudy and clearing weather, with rising
baroroetor.
For tho Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri val
leys, cooler clear or partly cloar weather, westerly
wind and rising barometer.
For tho upper laho region, rising barometer, south
west to northwest winds and cooler clear weather fol
lowing light rains.
For the lake region, stationary or lower barometer,
warmer southwest winds and local storms, followed by
cooler, clear weather.
For the Middlo and Eastern States, southeast to
southwest winds, warmer, partly cloudy or cleir
weather, followed oy occasional thunder storms and
stationary or lowor barometer.
Tho rivers will generally rise slightly, except the
Lower Mississippi, which will contlnuo to fall slowly.
THE WEATHKU 1E8TEBDAY.
The following record will show tho changes in the
temperature for the past twenty-lour hoars, In com
panion with tho corresponding date ol last year, as
indicated by the thermometer at Hudnut's pharmacy,
Hkrald Bulldlm?:?
1S76. 1874 1875. 1878.
8A.M CO AO 8:30 P. M 7<J 8J
HA. M 61 M 6 P. M fi-? 08
0 A. M 67 6l? BP. M 68 60
12 M 71 6t> 121*. M 67
Avorago temperature yesterday flU1,
Average temperature (or corresponding date last
year. 64
COMMODORE VANDERBILT.
At a lato hour lait night It was learned that Commo.
dore Vaodorbilt had spent a "comfortable" day and
felt much better.
OBITUARY.
COUNT ANTOINE B. APPONtt, AU8TBIAX STATES
MAN.
k A cable tologram from Venice, nnder da'e of the 1st
lust., reports Count Antoine Kodolph Apponyi, for
merly Austrian Minister at Paris, had Juh died in that
city, aatd ninety four year*. Ho was born on tbe 7th
ol September, 17X2, ol a most Illustrious Hungarian
family wbicn settled in the county of Nitra, or Nentra,
a territory which was granted to them by the ruling
power in the year 130L Having received a most care
ful education, the Count travelled In Italy, where at
an esrlv iige, he was married. Having been eallod to
the diplomatic service be was soon alterward commis
sioned by Austria Plenipotentiary to a minor German
Court. He was next appointed Austrian Mi ulster to
Florence, and sub-oqueutiy, despite his youth, w?s,
through influence of his powerful |>stron, i'rince M> t
tninicn, sent as Austrian Ambassador lo Rome. Ilo
discharged the iiuiles of his olfloe until tbe year 1S24,
when he was despatched in tbe same capacity to Lon
don. In tho year ltoW he was transferred (mm the
Kugllsh capital to Pan*. He continued to hold the post
of Austrian Ambassador in Franco during a per od of
twenty years. On ihe Mb ol Dcoomb<*r, 1HOO, he was
again appointed Emiiiwssdor In I?onrfon Count
Apponyi iepresentod Austria at tho conference on iho
can:.I question In 1WK. since which time be has
gradinillv retlreil Ireni pnlilio life, fearing with bun
the resiiect ol monarch and ol peoples, alter having
aided VH-iiy bf Ins ulents and patriotism to tlie
renown of his lamily.
BOBEBT H. RAMHET.
A despatch from Nashville, Tcnn., announces the
death there on May 31 of Colonel K>?beri H. Kamsey,
late editor and proprietor of the Miner? Journal Af
Pottsvlllo, Pa.
MALCOLM CAM EBON, M. P.
Hon. Malcolm Cameron, member of Parliament for
South Ontario, In the Dominion of Canada, died at bis
residence at Ottawa, Ont., y ester nay, after a pro
irai i.-.i illness, to the great regret ol a wide circle of
friends tn public and private liio.
BET. CANON BALDWIN.
A telegram from Toronto, Canada, announces the
occurrence of the death of Kev. Canon Baldwin. He
expired during tbo night of May 3L Canon Baldwin
Wi*a much beloved for the (itstoral caro of tho flock
committed to his charge and greatly esteemed for bis
learmac.
A LEAP FOR LIFE.
Mr. J6bn Wolf, pilot of pilot biat Mnry E. Williams
(No. 19), reports:?May 31, two A. M., one mile from
Sandy Ilonk light*tup, beard cr.es of distress and
ordered the bout lowered, which picked op John 3.
Graham, teaman, of Ohio, who sul ho was a Hand ou
hoard the bark El:za McLvighlm, Captain Donnia,
bound hence lor Antworp, tin I wu* obliged to Jump
overboard troiu thnt vessel to cicupc bad treatment
Irom the captain and male.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Senator Goorge K. Edmunds, or Vermont, arrived at
the Filth Avenue Hotel lust evening from Washington
Congressman John O Whlteliouse, ot Poughkcepsle, li
ut the Albemarle Hotel. Senator Daniol B. St. John, a
Newburg, N. Y., li at tbe Hotel Brunswi'lc. Haj
Director Calvin C. Jackson, United States Navy, anil
ex-Senator E. M. tiadden. ol Middletown, N. Y., are
at the St. James Hotel. General John C. Robinson, of
Iiitii'bamton, is ut llio Co oinnu House. Al'iuzo M.
Vill, Italian Vice Consul at Philadelphia, and Lieu
tenant K. Li. Uradlord, United States .Navy, aro m the
Kverett House. Ex-Congressman William il. Upson,
11 Ohio, is at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Nell Oilmour,
Superintendent of l'ublie Instruction, arrived Irom
Aluany je.?terday at the Union Square Hotel. Baron
NoIckcu and Leon Warechawsky, of tho Hussion Cen
tennial Commission are at tho Albemarle Hotel. Med
ical Director Samuel Jackson, United States Navy, If
at tho Filth Avonuo Hotel
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like somo criminal about to meet Iter tale! See that ner
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unsteady step. The pink has left her cheeks and the cherrv
her lips. The onoe spurkliu *. dancing eyc? arn now dufl
and expressionless. The onee warm, dimpled hands urn
now thin and cold. tier beauty has lied Wlmt baa
wrought ilda wondrous change ? What is tlist whirl) is
lurking beneath tho surlace of that once lovely torm *
Does she realise her terrible condition f Is she a warn of
the w efnl apiiO'trituce she makes ? Woman. Irom her verv
nature. It subject to a eatalojrn* ol diseases Irom wiiich
r.'an ii entirely exempt Munv of these maladies ar? induced
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prove of short duration. Tliev should not be leIt to an in
experienced physician. who does not nnderstand their na
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I.?SThKL PLaIES.
I. TIMON AND KLAVIUS. Krotn a painting by H.
Mails.
II. 8AKK! from the Drawing In the collection of Jobs
I nwier, Keq., 0. E.
III. THE LADY OK THE LAKE Engraved by E. Sto*.
art, from the (.roup of sculpture by J. Adams-Acton.
II.? ARTICLES.
1. TUB CKNTKNNIaL EXHIBITION. L Illustrated.
2. S A r fc !
;t. COLORADO. III. Illustrated by J. D. Woodward.
4. X11K COSTUME OK KM...1^1 WOMEN K1HJM Till
HEPTARCHY TO lilK PRtiShNT DAY. My Wattes
Tlmrnliurr. Illustrated.
5. TIMON AND KLAVIUS.
0. A.MHKICAN I'AlNTLItS?JERVM MrKNTEE, N. A.
Illustrated.
7. Hol'.-ElloLD ART. By Charles Wyllys Elliott, Illna
listed.
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