From All Parts of the
rHE EASTERN CRISIS.
? ? 9
Be rvia and the Sultan
Ready for War.
PRINCE MILAN'S MARCH.
MuBflU aid Earl Derby 6ivi Their Yiews
of the Kit nation.
Count Von Arnim in a Hopeless
Condition of Health.
tlORE MORMONS FOR UTAH.
A Dutch Steamer Wrecked?Twenty
Five Lives Lost
HEAVY FAILURE IN LONDON.
The Irish Ri41? Team for
frith University Oarsmen Beaten on the
First Day at Henley.
THE IRISH RIFLEMEN.
ras mu competition fob tu completion
OP THB TliH FOB AMERICA?THB CHAMPION
OF IBBU^VD AND WIN If KB OF THB AMERICAN
CHAlilJEMOB CUP?THB TBS HIGHEST XiBU.
[SPECIAL despatch TO THB HBBAIiD BT CABZJL 1
Dublin, Jane 29, 18*8.
The following are the four riflemen who were
??nominated" by Mijor Leech to compete on tbe
grounds at Wlcklow with the ten who have been
?elected through the preliminary practice shooting
at Dusdslk for places In the Centennial team for
Lieutenant George Fenton, musketry Instructor
of the Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry;
Jamet B. Pollock and
Lieutenant Birch, of the Leeds Rifle Volunteer
CHAMPION OF IRELAND.
made sea, the highest score made
three days' shooting at Wlcklow. He
, been declared champion of Ireland
r of the American Challenge Cup.
BIOHEST AT THB FINAL COMPETITION.
The following made the highest scores at the final
competition, of two days' duraUon, for the QcHten
DETAIL* OF THB SHOOTING? THB GROSS SCOBB
MADS BT BACH MAN.
Losdox, Jane, 20,187&
Th* rifle competition at Wicklow was concluded to
?ay. The weal bar was One. Tbe following are me
AT BIGBT BCNDRID TARDS.
Fulton 70 Thvnne fll
Jonnatone fiti Fraell 61
Fenton 06 John ltigby 61
Ward #5 God fil
Barrett 66 Kca 60
William Blgby 65 Grvenhlil 60
Bank* 64 Cooper 57
M iiner 64 Brownlee 57
Krodegan 64 Bircb .'<6
Wil?on 64 tHrmman. 65
Smith 63 Denny 61
McKcnns 63 Dga* 47
irauraif 62 Clarke 39
tes grand aaacLT.
Tbe final result li as follows:?
William Blgby, his grotu icoro la two days being
Fenton is second by a score of 427.
The other* mada the following fro** scores:?
Fulton 423 John Blgby 390
Johnstone. 420 Armatroug 3J0
smyth 417 Greenhill 3^P
Milner 406 Banks 380
ffllaoa. 405 I?ya* 367
Coopor. 402 McKenna... 382
? Joynt 402 Tbvnne 379
Goff.... 396 Birch 369
AT OSS tbocsard TARDA
John Blgby won tbe ten guinea cop presented by
Smith lor the best score at 1,000 yard*
I FAINT BOFB OF RBCONCIUATION BF.TWEEN
SSBTIA AND THB POBTB?PBBMIXB 1)1 SBAKU
' DENIES THB ACCDBACT OF A VERT BXCITINO
WAR BSPOBT?EARL DBBBT BKUEYBS THB
PA BOBS AT HAND.
1x>sdob, Jane 29, 1V76.
A special despatch from Berlin to tbe Pad Mall Ga
ted* aayi a fsict hope It still entertained that war
bstveea Turkey and Serns will be avoided.
TBI IHrSBIAUST TACTIC A
Turkey, while declaring herself fully prepared, bat
gives assurance that the will abstain trots offensive
until compelled to strike In aelf-dcfence.
.A raises hilax o* mi* mabcb
A despatch from Belgrade to tbe Beuter Telegram
Company says Prince Milan leit that pluee for tbe army
?I five oMock tbls morning, amid ilie cheer* ol the
papalace sn<t salute* from tbe batterici All hi* Mia*
(:ers accompany him as far a* Samendrta, twenty.four
ilea from Belgrade.
fBAT SB BAT DO.
It Is sipected that, upon joining the army, Prince
ilea will issae a proclamation to the Servian nation.
TNS OA CM. or THB CBOtS.
The Servian Metropolitan ?ad all tho bishops hive
I us i te the Iroetier to bless the trooi a
OS tub ITS or TUB DfcCUXATIOX.
Tbe Pmll Mall uatrtu *ay* it it informed that private
telegrams bsve reached Ixiodon Mating that Servm bad
definitely resolved to commence headline*, and that a
declaration of war bat be*a or is to be immediately
nissABu's ssrotT or tub mtcatiom in tbk kast^
In tae Moose oi Commons this afternoon, Mr. Pis
Mil, IB reply to a question by the Marqui* of Hartmg
toa, rahl he had no iniormittion of (terris's imended
deswratioa ol war. lie belie vou be might venture to
lay the oervkaa troapa bad not crossed ibeiruatier.
IBtly ooo hour heiore the meeting ol the House ho re
ceived a despatch from the Writlsh Coasul at Selgrude,
from which tt appeared tbtti aoibiug of tne kind had
mken plass. Prince Milan had gone to headqwaricrs
oartatnly at tha tuns Us Ceasai wrote, whios was
within a few boars, bat tlm Seman troops bad noil1
crossed the (rootier.
1411* hut'i ormu or thb crisis?wam auwsj
J) arms tbs session or the Houss of Lords ikls sfter
bood Lord Dsrbr. in reply to a question by Lord Gran
ville, said tbo government hsd m Information that
lem bod declared war or soy Information justifying
tbe statement tbst war wis absolutely certain, bit bo
was boand to say by tbo general tenor of tbo reports
wbieb reached him tbat be ooald entertain little, if
any, bope tbat war would be averted.
BTBAX SHOTS IK TBS FIJiLD?BAVAL niPABir
HONS Oil BOTH UDBS.
Loauo.t, Jane SO, 1178.
Tbe Standard'j Vienna despatch says beyond some
stray sbots there has been no fighting between the
Turks and Servians.
rcsKiaa warn trshhi* bsadt ron bomrabdmr*t.
Much aulety prevails at Belgrade aid Semendrla at
the possibility of their bombardment by Turkish gun
Slavonic papers urge Austria to preveat Turkish
gunboats from impeding the navigation ol tbe Danube
by such an act.
05 m DM* A.
Tbe Servians are preparing to block u? tbe River
Drina Is order to protect their camp at Scbabala.
? a asanas raiaa attacsb&
A despatch to the Timet from Cettlnje reports that
tbe Kutchl, a Servian tribe to tbe south of Montene
gro, having relused to give hostages to tbs Governor of
Scutari, be attacked them last Friday.
Tbe Kutchl have hitherto been hostile to Mon
MomNSQRRt noon uino bsadt.
Tbe Montenegrin troops, owing to the probability of
complications, bave been ordered to be in readiness to
Tbo despatch adds"Public opinion here is very
warlike, bat tbe Pnnoe's views are moderate."
A LABOR TURKISH CAMP.
Mushla Pacha is entrenched at Uatchco with 17,000
A BCSSMIT QUIRT TO TSS 8CLTAJL
A special despatch from Vienna to tbe Timet says
General Ignatiefl, in accordance with the Treaty or
Paris* which makes intervention In Servia dependent
on tbe consent of the Powers, has asked tbe Grand
Viator to explain tbe Porte's attitude m regard to
TUB GUARD YIS1KB BSFUBS TO TBI CZAJL
The Grand Vtsier replied tbat Turkey will give a de
claration to tho Powers disclaiming any Intention or
attacking Servia or altering tbe position guaranteed to
Servia by treaty, but claiming tbe right of self defence
In case of aggression.
TBS StJfRRMf BOBBRT?ETOFB.
Tbe Daily Telegraph'! Paris correspondent calls at
tention to tbe lact that Prince Milan's journey to the
frontier must occupy forty-eight hoars. This delay
leaves a last loophole for negotiation*
Tbe Vienna despatch of tho Doilf tittot say* It Is offl
cially announced that tbe Prlnoe of Montenegro has
telegraphed promising his utmost to preserve neu
AM imperial BRISK.
The Bersagliere o! Rome has a special despatch from
Trieste stating that Turkey has offered the Prince ol
Montcnogro territory toward the M* If he remains
The Prlnco would accept?he is urged to do so
by Austria and England?hot he fears popular resent
?TTLOilUL* A AD SERVIAN CLAIXS Or nfDKTKIDlJCS.
A special despatch irons Belgrade to the Wewi
says Bulgaria has Issued a declaration of Independ
Tbe newspaper Zaitava, the organ of the Hungarian
Servians, stales that tbe Servian government has In
formed the troops thai Serrla Is no longer a vassal
GOD AJSD LIBERTY.
The despatch adds that at Belgrade on Saturday night
tbe Servian Primate blessed seventy army banners and
administered communion to tbe army before com
mencing tbe campaign.
The old Turkish flagstaff on the fortress at Belgrade
was demolished amid artillery salutes.
PBXNCB MIUK'l POINTS OF DEMAND?UNION
AND JUSTICE. '
Paris, Juno 90, 1870.
te Libert*'t special from Belgrade saya tbe streets of
that city are placarded with a proclamation in which
Prince Milan stat?s that he "pals himself at the head
of 110,000 soldiers, not to break the bonds connecting
blm with Turkey, but to obtain a special administra
tion for Bosnia and Herzegovina."
XOBXON EMIGRATION TO AMXBICA? HEAVY
FAILURE?THE If ABUT FOB SILVER.
LnrgnpooL, June 29, 1876.
Tbe Guion line steamer Idaho, which sailed from
this port yesterday for New York, took out 500 Mor
mons?mostly 8w?des and Norwegians?for Salt Lake
Tbe party Is in charge of twenty Utah missionaries.
A RKAVT FilLlKI.
.Messrs. Lamb, Wanklyn 4 Co., merchants, of No. 10
Angel court, Throgmorton street, have failed.
Their liabilities are stated at $850,0^'.
PRICK or SILVKR. ?*r
Silver to-day is quoted with buyers at I.
WOREMEN FROM LYONS ON THK IB WAX TO
Lyons, June 30. 1876.
A delegation consisting of thirty-two workmen left
this city, en route for the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia on Wednesday.
COUNT TOM ABNIMS HEALTH IS A HOPELESS
Loxdos, June 29, 1876.
A special despatch from Bernn to the Pall Mall Go
ittu says the Law Court's medical expert who visited
Coast Von Arnim at Ragau certifies that tbe Coant Is
not likely ever to be in a state of health to bear tbe
imprisonment to which he has been sentenced.
BIETHQUAKS AND ALA KM AT OOBINTH?THB
Atbkxs, Juno 29, U7&
Several earthquake shocks were experienced to-day
at Corinth and tbe neighboring villages Several
houses were destroyed and the remainder threaten to
Tbe inhabitants bare fled.
THE HENLEY REGATTA.
THB DUBLIN UNIVERSITY BOWINO CLUB'S FOUR
BEATEN BT ENGLISHMEN.
Loiuo*. June 29. 18*6.
At the Henley royal regitta the Dublin University
Bowing Club's four, which is te go to America to com
pete at the Centennial matches at Philadelphia, was
beaten lo-dav over tbe usual Henley course, on tbe
Thames, lor the Stewards' Cop.
THK PECISlvr. STSrCOLK.
The deciding beat for the cup will lase place to-mor
row between tbe Loudon and Thames rowing clubs.
THE IBISHMkN BEATEN.
Loudon, June SO. 1876.
In ihe Henley Regatta yesterday the Trinity College,
Dublin. ?re? were beaten In the contest for tne Ladies'
Tbe dccidin: heat rests between the crcws of Cains
and Jesus rouges, Cambridge.
SIJIPWIU: K IN SIJNDA STK A ITS.
TWENTT-mE PASSENGERS SUPPOSED TO HAVE
London, June 29, 187J.
A Lloyds despatch Ironi Batavla dated Juno 2^, says
that tbe Dutch steamer l.iouienam General Kroscn,
from Acucen lor Batavia, was totally wrceked while
entering tho Straits ol !*unda.
It is supposed that about twenty-Are passengers
An Insurgent Launch Gaptnred by
THE DEFICIENCY IN THE TREASURY.
The Operation in the Field at a Standstill?
YELLOW FEVER MORTALITY.
Hataxa, Jane 37,187*.
It ta officially announced thai a launch, which cam*
from Jamaica, baa recently been surprised whlla dis
charging ammunition on tbe Cuban ooask
oaptukb akd death.
The launch vas captured and-nine Insurgents killed,
among them a Oeloael Dura a.
a valuabli run.
The launch contained 7,000 Remington cartridges,
A,000 other cartrldgea, two boxes ot lead, twelve Rem
ington carbines, clothing, provisions and papers,
Tbe official statement does not mention at what part
of tbe ooaat tbe capiare occurred or any other partio
TBEASCBT ABBAKGMf SHT8 FOB MAXIMO GOOD A
Hata*a, June 30, 1978.
The Director General of Finances publishes ofllriallv
to-day In tbe Gaeeta that tho island government baa
made the necessary arrangements with the Banro Es.
atiol, of this city, In recard u> the selling of the drafla
on the Treasury at Madrid for $50,000 every day, in
gold, to be nsed lor covering the deficiency In the
USKLT TO BS BWAXFBB.
The demands on the treasury are much heavier than
tbe collections wbich can be made from taxes, duties,
fra, and it is impossible to Increase tbe present high
rate o( taxation, many planters being unable to pay tbe
taxes now imposed.
?ow TBBY HAT BSOOTSK.
The government will issue the drafts, tbe Island
Treasurer and Captain General will sign them, and tba
Spanish Bank will indorse tbem. Theso bills of ex
change will be drawn according to tbe necessities of
tho Island exchequer, and drafts will be made payable
In Madrid in gold, ailver or bank notes.
TBI SITCATIOS 15 THR nXU>.
Much difference of opinion exists among the people
as to tbe actual state ol the Insurrection. Tbe rainy
season and conclusion of tbe sugar harvest bave put a
stop to tbe burning ol estates. Tbe insurgents are said
to be very short of ammunition and other necessities,
which mfkes many Spaniards believe that tbe insur
rection will quietly die out ere long
People who claim to judge impartially are content
to await the turn of events without venturing any
U la most probable that this anmmtr'i campaign
will be quiet, and devoid of any special effort or move
ment on the part of the contending taction*, the same
aa tn former years, because neither party la able to
more rapidly or successfully.
JOVKLLAK'S EXECUTIVE ACTTVJTT.
General Joveilar, In an unosiontatlous manner, la
doing much to improve the administration ot affairs,
orgau.zc the army on a firm basis and enable It to cope
with the uunrgenu tn thetr retreats and strongholds.
TKLLOW nirKR XOKTAUTT.
Ths yellow fever Is making sad havoc, the extreme
heat and excessive rains prodociug an unusual number
of oases, most ot them proving fatal
The Commanding General ot the Jurisdictions ol
Remedies and 9anctl Sptritus, owing to the tact that
the Insurants have spies and abettors In every town,
village and bamlet, has issued tbe following order:?
That every person w bo may have occasion to go to
the country must bave a special permit from the gov
ernment officials In addition to the usual document*.
Nobody not even an inhabitant ot tho most insignifi
cant bamlet, is permitted to go further than gunshot
distance irom their house unless they previously la
form and obtain tbe permission ot the government.
Those who fail to comply will be arrcateil, and If
proved that they have thrown away aa much m a
small piece of paper, will be severely punished.
This circular is signed by General Bailo.
A SUCCESSION or BIOTS IN TBI LOWEB COAL
FIELD or PENNSYLVANIA?MtJRDKB AND AB
?ON ON ALL SIDES?DESTITUTION AND
Carroxdalb, Pa., June 27, 1870.
The lower coal field, since the partial suspension of
operations In tbe mines, has been tbe scene of much
lawlessness, and tbe reign of terror Is extending to
this section. Riots arc becoming of almost dally oc
currence. On Friday there was a deadly mtlie In this
city, in which eight men wore stabbed, one fatally.
Fires, ol unmistakable incendiary origin, occur almost
daily in this region. A coal breaker near Scraaton
was burned In the latter part of last week. A man
namedi O'Brien was murdered in tbe lower part of the
county a lew days since. Uo had some time ago
revealed ? plot ol the Molly Maguire* to kill
Constable Burns, and his muraer was, no doubt, a
result of that. George Cook's body, fearfully muti
lated, was lound floating in Carey 's Pond, near Scois
vil.c, on Friday. He hud also been a marked man by
! tbe Mollies. A gang ol men attacked Joseph Newman
in Lower Lackawanna and pounded him to death with
clubs The reports from Csrbon. Schuylkill sod Lehigh
counties sre to the t fleet thai great lawlessness exists
there. Jonah Reece and Jonn Thomas have been
| lodged in jail st Maucb Chunk lor the killing of a
I j onnp m m named Carr -a Conluu.e last April. The :
trial ot Alexander Campbell for tbe murder of mine |
boss John P. Jones is also in progress st ibat place,
and achuylkil county has another murder trial on hor
bands. Judge Drelier having sent ihe murderer of
Laugdon to that county lor trial. The destitution tnat
prevails among tbe miners increases daily and a crisis
of some kind mast l<e reached soon. The cost and
transportation companies bavu decided to continue tbe
stoppage (or an indefinite period and tbe miners are
open tu their expressions 01 haired to tbe companies.
It was rumored here last night tnat the authorities of
Scranton were so assured tnat tbe valley is on tbe eve
of a vioieni labor disturbance that they bave requested
Governor Hartranfi to be lb readiness to lorwarrt mili
tary to that city at tbe first notice Tbere never before
was sjch s feeling ol unrest in tbis valley.
ILLNESS OF MilS. HUDSON.
Coxconn, Ukss., June 29. 1878.
| The widow of tbe Ute Frederic Hudson lies very
low, with no hopes of recovery.
! MID..IGHT WEATHER HEPORT.
War Dkpartkent, )
Orrtcs or t*s Cwir tsiuxAL Orncnt, J
Washixutox. D. C., Jum M?1 a. M. )
For Friday, in tbe South Atlantic snd Gulf States,
i southwest wmus will prevail, with rising barometer,
stationary or lower temperstures snd cloudy weather.
For the Upper Mississippi snd Lower Missouri vsl
leys, north winds, cooler, psrtly cloudy weather, pos
sibly local rains and staliouary or falling barometer.
For tbe lake region, cooler uortbesnt to northwest
winds. rising barometer, partly cloudy weather and
possibly local rains.
For New Knglsnd, slstionsry barometer, luhl local
winds, except northeast in Northern portions, sta
tionary temperatures, clouay westber snd possibly
For tho Mldaie Atlsntic States, southwest snd
pos.'llily opposing northwesterly winds, partly cloudy
snd foggy westher, stationary temperatures and press
For Tennessee and tbe Ohio Valley, stan nary or
rising barometer, stationary temperature, cloudy or
partly cloudy weather, and possibly light local rain*
Tbe rivers will generally rise slightly.
THE WEATHER IN THIS CITT YESTEBDaT.
fUe follow.ng record will show tne changcs m the
temperature lor the past twcmy.lour hours in com
parison Wiiu tbe corresponding date ol last year, a* in
dicate I by the thermometer at Hudnut's pharmacy,
1ST3. 1878. 1878. Ittl
3 A M ?6 78 a 30 P M 87 W
? A. M rtl 74 (KM 84 U
u a. u.. n ;?? u r. m 7? :7
12 M *> 81 12 M tM 71
Average temperature yesterday Tfl ,
Average temperature for corresponding date I set
year - ? 7?
FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
Waibixotok, Juae 29, 187#.
THE LZOI8IJLTITB DEADLOCK?ITS HPEC'TAL IM
PORTANCE CNDIB LAWS TOKBIDDISO T E
C? Of MONET BEFORE APPROPIUATIONS?
PEOBABLE HOLCTIOS OF THE DOTICCLTY TO
The present deadlock on the appropriation bills is
not unprecedented. The bouses bavo dUagreod before
nov, and hare pushed their disagreement so far as to
absolutely sacrifice important billa. Some years ago
tbe Sundry Civil bill, one oi the most important, in
cluding the appropriation for lighthouses and
other equally necessary objects, was entirely
lost At that time, however, in aocord
aaoe with an old custom, the governineut
went on, on erodit, and the losa of the bill made no
difference, It being taken up and passed at tbe next
session. Since the a, however, the republicans have
passed two important laws intended to prevent abuses
which grew up under so loose a system. One of these
laws commands that all surplus moneys shall be turned
into tbe Treasury at the close of the year, and that ap.
propriations shall not be changed or deviated from
their speclQo objects; and the other absolutely forbids
the expenditure of money unions it has been previously
granted by Congress. Uuder these acta, If an Appro
priation bill docs not become a law, no money can be
spent and no credit opened by tbe government, no
matter bow urgent the necessity. Henoe tbe unusuaj
Importance of the present deadlock.
There is no olaim ou tho part of either House that
the other la exceeding its constitutional rights in its
course on the appropriation bills. Tbe House has, as Is
Its right, originated tho bills; the Senate has, as is its
right, proposed amendments. The Senate claims,
however, that under color of bills to raise reve
nue tba House- has attempted to ebange
laws other than revenue laws; but this Is a
minor point in the discussion. borne years
ago there was a prolonged discussion between tbe two
houses on an attempt by the Seuate to originate a
revenue measure, that body proposing to discontinue
the Income tax. Committees of both bouse* ra.ido
elaborate reports on the question, which very fully
discussed the right of the Houso to exclu-ively ori
ginate all measures affecting the revenue and all ap
propriations ot money. But this question does not en
ter into the prosent controversy, iu which the Senate
Is simply resisting tho attempt of the House to de
crease tbe expends, its objection being to certain
details, cbtcfly tbe pay of government clerks and
other subordinate officers and tbdtaumbor to be em
The Conference Committee on tbe Legislative bill baa
been in session the whole eveniu^, and at midnight
there was no agreement Tbo Naval bill has been
agreed on and passed. The Post Office conference will
also agre* The others, including the Army bill, tho
Legislative and Executive, the Consular and Diplo
matic, tbe Sundry Civil, River and Harbor and others,
remain the subjects of disagreement.
The Senate to-day adopted a joint resolution continu
ing the appropriations from last year, for the most
important bills, lor a period not exceeding thirty days.
This was sent to the House, which did not act on it,
snd will not, as the House will claim tbe right to
originate revenue bills; but it will, If lbs necessity
exists, frame tuch a measure of its own, and send tt
to tbe Senate. This will bavo to bo done to-morrow.
The new llscal year begins on Saturday, tbe 1st of July,
whether at twelve noon, or at tho previous midnight,
is an open question. Tbo legislative day begins at
noon. Thus, toe last day of a Congress is the 84 of
March, which Is held to end ou tho 4tb at neon.
FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.
WasnnoTO*, June 29. I87&
POWDBB TO BB BEHOVED FBOM NEW TOIil
The question of danger Involved In tbe usual deposit
of a vast amount of powder on Bedloe's and adjoining
islands bas at last beon sst at rest It will bo rcmem
dered tbat Mr. G. A. Hardenbergh, or Now York, took
up tbo discussion qulto earnestly In tbo House, and
obtained the co-operation ot the entire New York delega
tion in bis efforts, seconded oy tbe Navy Department, to
havo this largo and dangerous amount ol powder re
moved Irom New York Bay. a is determined that the
largest part of it wili now bo mored to Crsney Island,
some tnreo miles distant Irom Norfolk, at the earliest
PRESIDENT QBAXT INSTBCCTED TO TABB 8TEFS
FOB TBI BELBASE OF CONDON, THE FENIAN
The long agitation over the Imprisonment of Edward
D. M. Condon by Great Britain, bas been brougbt, so
fsras Congress la concerned, to a conclusion. Tbo
following joint resolution, reported by Mr. Conkling,
went to the President to-dav lor signature.*
Whereas Edwurd t>. M. Condon, a citizen of tbe
l/nlted States, is now and bas beeu lor some time
closely coi)lined in prison under the sentence ol n
Brit xh court, and whereas sn earnest and profound 1
desire, evidenced by resolutions of State legislatures
, and petitions numerously signed and addret-sed lo Con
| gress. is cni?.rtalned by a large and respectable portion
, ol the people of the Untied .Slates teat bo should bo
speedily released; thereloro
Kesoived, b.v the Senate and Hnose of Kepresenta
oflho United States of America, * a Congress assem
bled, That the President of tbo United States or and ha
is hereby requested to take su<ft steps as. in liis lodit
ment. may tend to obtain the pardon or release of the
said Edward D. M. Condon Irom imprisonment.
?ISIT OP OOTBP.NOB PECK, OF VBBMONT?OPEN
ING OF THB EXHIBITION OF MODBLS OF THE
FUBXJO WOItKS OF FBANCE.
PKiusuKLrsiA, Juno 29, l?7a.
Governor Asabel Peck, ol Vermont, accompanied by
James S. Peck. Adjotant General of the State, and a
military escort, arrived at tbe Exposition to-dar
shortly alter twelve o'clock. The military consisted
of two companies, both of which were showily
uniformed and presented an attractive appearances
Tbe Drst company was the Kensom Guards, of St.
Albans, under command ol Captain J. W. Newton,
numbering fllty-flve men, and a band of twenty one
p eces. The second company was tbe Estey
Guards, of BraUleboro, Captain Z. Z. Estey, oom
inatder, with a drum corps of fourteen piece*. The
body msde a short parade through the grounds snd
Iben proceeded to tfteir camp, near Belmont mansion
without the limns of the enclosure. '
rcsLic works or prasck.
The large brick and iron building lor the exhibition
of the public works of tba Frcocn government was
opened to inspection asid was examined during the day
by a large number of visitors. Tiie structure usell is
Sixty leet lone by forty feet in width, and is bmlt en
tirely of brick, tbe fscing being hiciiiy ornamented.
The top is of glass and Iron and the entrance is fln
ished with iron The display, which is b.<tb systo
mattcally and artistically amused constats ol models
charts, and drawings oi bridges, aqueduct , roods'
railways, fcc.. and many exquisitely tormod models of
works inoiQeutal to internal navigation. I no
mannor of supplying water to ihe
towns snd cit'es of France. !? i lustrated
br elaborately executed charts, large models, wi.t :i
description in Kr neb and English. la .mother frri'iaa
ere exhibiied the mines ol France. One of tbe largest
and most interesting models shows not only tb? great
aqueduct st Marseilles, but the same work in tbe pro
cess of construction, with steam derricks, temporary
rai.wsys on trestle work and all other appliances n ces
sary lor Inch *n undertaking.
The representatives oi ibe Educational departments
of tne various countries participate* in the Exhibition
are now holding in ormal eo lerence* at the Pennsyl
vania Educational Building, every Thursday and
Saturday afternoon*. These meet ngs sre gener
ally oi sbout nn hour's duration. The orismal
intention was to hsve addresses from visitors from the
0!d and New World each day, in order that those
present could compare the educational progress made
In the iwo h-nuspbem fbi* w..s found imprsetica
ble, bow.-ver, and the hour is now confined lo
one speaker, who, after nis address on tbe
subject ol educaiiou in bis own country, is
expected to mske explanations m.any specific points
to which his ationi'on may be directed by any of tbe
auditors. Yesterday, Protestor Matin, of Brazil ad
dressed the mesting which wss presided over bv
Pro easor J. I' Wickersbsm, State Superintendent of
Instruction, and gavo a detailed account ol tba progress
?f education is Brazil.
KIM CABLINE B. BBID.
Mfsa Carolina H. Held, eldest ncice of Mr. Wbltelaw
Raid, editor oi tbe New York Tribune, died yesterday,
at Teaneck Grange, New Jersey, tbo country resident*
of Mr. William Walter Phelp*. Miss Keid sailed for
Europe about the middle of Msv, accompanied by Mr.
anu Mr*. Phelps, for s brici suy at tho German batbs,
but, upen reaching Ibe other side, was ordered in
siantly back by the Uverpooi physlc-.an*. Slie arrived
in ,\ew York a little over a fortnight ngo. and, after a
tew uays rest, was removed to Teancck. The funeral
yrveaa wiu b? held at Cedarvillc, obio, where tba re
Miaft wui be takes for interment.
FROM THE CLOUDS.
SCHXPP'a ABBOBAUTB DROP MAKWA 11X1 FllO*
ON HIGH?T1IKIB BALLOON BU11BTS IS THE
MIDST OP A THUSDJtB CLOUD?A TEBB111C
PmLAMcLruiA, June 'SO, 1670.
Yesterday's Hskald couUlned an account of an
aacenslon Torn the Exhibition ground* at Philadelphia,
on Wednesday, by Profe?>or Coleman mud Mr. P. J. I
Kmc, in the "manna balloon" owned by Mr. Scbepp, |
who used this means o( bringing bciore the public bis
newly invented lood preparation, proposing to drop It,
like the manna of old, from on hir'h. The aeronaut!
w??nt up In a itorm, and while in mid air the balloon
burst Fortunately neither of them were killed, al
though both were Injured. The following account of
the trip waf written by Professor Coleman for the
rxonuoi colbmas'b acoocxt.
It was the intention to ascend betweon six and seven
o'clock and attempt a voyngo to New York. Prior to
ibis some captive asccnsio.is were to be made. Shortly
alter four P. M. a thunder storm coming up. hasie was
made to make, II possible, at least one captive okccu.
sion beloro the final one. While about 3U0 feet high
tbo wind, which preceded the rain, struck the balloon,
nod It began to surge upon tbe rope quito strong. The
storm, which roseinbiod a large letter U, was already
closing In a semicircle frotn north by east to south
west. From some cause the balloon seemed to be con
stantly weakening, the valve cord was clear, and an j
occasional bag of ballast was necessary to keep the I
balloon above flagstaff's and other obstructions. We
soon came to tbe conclusion thut this would no*, do,
and motioned that tbo rope should be cut Considers,
bio delay occurred beforo this was done, during which
time two attempts were made to get us to the ground, j
as we had not on bosrd our carrier pigeons, or any
other appliances beyond the grapnel. A One pair of
Antwerps ba i been loaned us through the courtesy
of Mr. Weatheroy, the brooder, but they were not des
tined to bear us company.
WHIX THK BOP* WAS FINALLY CUT
and wo bad begun to move off several partios In the
stroct, who imagined she bad broken loose, grasped
bold of tbe rope, and we were describing the arc of a
circle toward the observatory, upon tbe Main Exhibi
tion Building, when we cunt loose the rope, and gradu
ally rose clear of the Ouildiug by al least 100 leet. Tho
motion of tho balloon was very steady and
regular at this time, nnd the notion that she was
steadily losing power slowly passed Irorn our minds.
Despite the ru.luug aud roaring of the approaching
storm we passed out by our parachutes samples ot tho
Schcpp* minua. Ov the lime wo were over tho bantu
in tbe Ki>st I'ark wo louud ourselves in an eddy,
whero tbo sppraach of tbe storm could be plainly
perceived to be earning upou us. The gss in tiio
balloon by a glmce Into tbo neck was seen to
bo gotnug milky. A hazy appearance In iba
immediately adjoining atmosphere, accompanied
with fitful gusts ol wind gavo a swaying motion to the
balloon aud served to admonish us that we had better
go down and go beforo It, or go up abuve it and let it
pass undur. While we were considering tbU matter we
found ourselves dropping rapidly We allowed this to
continue with the expectation ol holding up an vqp ap
proached the denser atmosphore near the surlace, but
in this we were disappointed, as our downward move
ment did not seem to diminish. Some bsllust was
tnrown out and we began to check up a little. At
about 1,000 leet from the surface a little mora
was thrown out, tbe angle of our desc< ut was carrying
us upon a lot west ot Hroad, near Monument Cemetery,
but as our downward movement was constantly de
creasing we knew that any more ballast would make
us rise again.
GKTTIJCO KKADT VOK A GKNTLK DCJCP.
We greeted terra Jlrma with a little love pat and rose
nicely again. A crowd ol men and boys, open arinea,
were rushing to rcceive us, but were disap
pointed to IInd as looking down upou them from a sale
distance of 500 or 600 fteL 1'ho storm .was now uot
only up to us bul ahead ol us, and at the rate we were
moving ace mod to bo likely to encompass us. Katn
was palter ng upon tho balloon, and the prospect of
again coming to grouud by this additional weight In
duced us to conclude to get above tbe storm It possi
ble. Rising through a anow storm with a cool stream
ol water running (town our backs from the nccic of the
balloon, Uio admonition to keep cool was entirely in
apropos. We soon plunged Into tbe storm cloud, and
were brilliantly received with a salute of electrical
pyrotechnics. Although wa roal<* perceive by a
paper hung upon tbe concentrating ng that we wera
rising, tbe thick cloud enveloped as *pun every side.
Soon wa could see a lllilo glimmer ol sunlight. and
grandly we rose over a caldron ol boiling and bubbling
clouds. Now wc wera all right, only tho gas was dis
charging Itself from expansion and
A BCHING IN THK ItU
like a bee hire told us we were "well up In tbe world."
Wnile we were floating here, watch in# tbe pot boll
below us, deeming ourselves ralely above the storm, a
motion like an Inverted whirlwind grasped us In Its
embrace, and, amid a swaying oi the basket,
w:ncb brought us momentarily to oar knees,
we were precipitated into the vortex ol tbe
atorm?jnst tbo place we wished lo avoid.
Down we went, aa if tbe bottom bad dropped out ol
things In geuernl, and* then up again, aa ir someone
had us under tbe arms ar.d was giving as a lilt. The
baaket took a circular motion and we wero "rocked in
tbe cradle of the dticp" with a vengeance.
Three time* we were thrown up and down.
Overlooking our ballast, aud being satisfied
with the raustor, wo began to feel that after all wo
might be able to make a bold paab toward Gotham yet,
Bag In band, we were awaiting the lifting process
amid flashes ol lightning, when one flaab, brighter tbun
the rest, aud blinding in Its ncareesd, cracked
about our ears. Mr. King, my companion, exclaimed,
"Weare struck!"The reply, "Thatcan't be." washardly
out of mouth bciorean unusual lurch Intimated some
thing wrong Looking up st tho indistinct and hazy
ralsa overhead, the muslin was plainly to be seen fold
ing itseli up and the wind rusbed past us like a torreuL
It was plainly to be seen we wero'*on a bust," so
thoughts of Now York melted oat of miud and visions
ol Jorsey sand and pines took their place. In haste,
nol needful to explain, wo cut tbo ropes
apon our extra ballast bag and sat It
up ready for a damp to change oar
aoglo of dcscent If necessary. Swinging and gyrating
in a most exciting manner, tho wind moaning through
tbe oetwork, we came oat ol tbe cloud, to oar astomsa
meut, went of tbe Delaware. When we untered the
clouus and rose above them we must havo
made a detour to the westward as described
a half circle, as w^en we fell ont of tbe
cloud into sight we expected to see Haddon
ficld to the southeast, instead of which we saw tbe
Delaware to t he cast or almost under us. Oat went
the extra ballast bag and all other Iwillast articles; still,
from the time we left tbe cloud until we strnrk tbo
ground could not have been more than two minute*.
A perfect gale was raging at the time, and whon we
struck the loose muslin would bsvo fallen dead to tbe
groand but for tbe wind, which caught it, surg
ing It along antil It tautened the rigging aud
gave as a jerk of about sixty feet betoro
It settled down against a stable. When it struck I
called out to Mr. King, "dtick to her." "You bet,"
was his iaconlo, rather than classic repij, and the
baaket came up agatns: a panel of tbe low board fence,
bringing bis bead against one of tbe boards ?nd knock
ing It oil as neatly as it a sledge had dealt the blow. A
crowd, despite tbo poartng rain, gathered around, '
overzealous to render assistance, and soi'n the bal
loon was rolled op, net and all, and wagoned under
WOI5 Wl UNKOLLSO TBS BALLOON
in the morning we found the neck neatly and tightly
packed up neur tbe vaivo Mr. King complained triut
bis hip hart him. As for myseli I escaped with one
trifling cut from a bottle broken In the bnsktt by the
fall and a lew scratcbea. That the Iwllooti, irom tomo
cause. was losing power gradually from the Orst I am
satisfied, as is my lellow voyager. That it was strack
bv lightning I cannot believe. Tbe tact is,
that Immediately after tho closen and most vivid flash
it suddenly settled, bat that the lightning prouaced the
collapse can hardly be credited. Hie balloon was surg
ing violently at the time, so much so that we were
upon our knees moretban half tho time. It mum have
brrn half an hour from tbe time w? led the Klobe
Hotel antil we settled down uoar Broad street, and we
were in the storm cloud fully that length of time.
"on ova ri?ST."
The crowd who gathered at oar descent expected to
see an dead, we were falling at such a rapid rate, but
instead we were at once upon onr feet and busy getting
tbo wreck together, several inquiries were rnado as
to where th<* bodies were carried, and at two A. M. a
friend of Mr. King came In a damage, expecting to
"view his corpse, but, as King remarked, "be foand
a lively one."
The froat formed npon the valve cord and around
the neck ol tbe balloon in thick crystals. The air he
cam" cold, and, with tho wet elothmg, soon a set of
teeth were chattering lively.
UNION SQUAUE THEATRE.
An appreciative audlenc* assembled last evening at
tbe Union Square Theatre to see the Yokes Family in
their laughable extravaganza entitled, "Fan in *
fog." The tedloes eomtnedletla of tbe "Post Boy"
occupied the first part of tbe evening's entertainment,
and was ohiefly noticeable last night for th? tendency
of the artist* to laugh at each other. This leatare was
explained In the last scene by the production ol a ;
live baby, the youngest known performer on
the Stage, and the lafanl phenomenon behaved
admirably, despite tbo hearty reception it received.
The Vokes were greeted with mum oathnslaxm by
tbe aadtence, among whom were General Sherman aud
hia fan ly. Tbe iaagha la scene* in the yacht, tbe
Indian dances, tbe opera tic #e**a, the m?i d* mrr of
Nr. t'red. Veke* and tbe sparkling inn that ripples
through the pieoo wero all recognized aud (ullv appre
ciated. Despite the beat the piece achi?vod all the
success It attained when brat produced in this city and
afforda a very enjo\ able eveaing's .imaacmenu
COMMODORE VANOERBILT'8 HEALTH.
The Cummodore (peat a very cheerfol day yesterday
aad felt decidedly improved. Be converged freely and
?at ap la bed tor nearly aa boor. Hm appetite is ksa
provingjnd hia doctors kfvt hopes ef h'l aMItobto re
bo ftbtfgi sella.
OCR FRENCH VISITORS.
TIIEIB MOVXXXNTS YE8TXXDAY AND TOCX
The French workmtimon delegated by their
unions to visit the Philadelphia Exposition end I
the m iehinery and manufactures of this countryj
rived on Wednesday m>jhi in tbe i learner
Tbey landed yesterdav morn nj and received^
enthusiastic reception (roiu tho committees
by tbo French residents of tbla city to I
hospitalities. Tbe fallowing ia a hit ot
from Paris:-?M. Abidir, florist;
engineer; M. Uarnicr, lister; U.
smith; II Braley, tanner; M. Drultg
M Cuambier, carriage makor; M
M. Danier. shoemaker; M. Danf
armorer; M Dorviellesa. Uiior]
le??or; M. Dounsy. enk'inoer;
Linker; M Ferdinand, org-<n hU
Ired, upholsterer; M Kmlle, pA
?ugineer: M. Gonod. cabinet nial.. ,
siniib; M. l.anmine, machinist; M. Leng, Jewer
Lcplne, wood csrver; M Lyonnett, dyer; .4. II
cabinet maker; M. Marttne. batter; M. Mangisb, i
uecr; M. Noudmaraud, weaver, uud M. Wynants,
The ilelegaion number* thirty-four men, ..... .<1
sents trade ol every k ml. Tbe party took oarrij
and were taken to tho headquarters or tbo New Y
Coirmittce at No. KM Prince street, where breakj|
and refreshments were providoil lor thorn. Aa add
ol welcome was mude by M. Ch.Tios 1'eron, ( balr
ol tbo Reception Committee, which was replied I
VI. Antonio Daniel ou bcliall of tbo visitora Mai
the cue ti were loesited at (be SV Charles :
others were tsken away and provided tor
Iriends. In tbe afternoon tney wnro taken aroi
earriages and shown some ol tbe principal
ibe city. A meeting of the Reception
mil tee was beld last evening at No.
I'riuce street, when tbe future programme
ol the visitor* was fixed. To-day ?ach visitor, ugi
i lie guidance of one or more of their entertainers. Will
vim manufactories or trude shops with tbe workings of
which they are acquainted, aud tbe different points of
Interest will bo explained to tbem, with tbe rnles, bacu,
Ac., ol ibe employes. In this manner tbe day and even
tag and a portion of to-morrow morning wiil be speaL
On Saturday afternoon the lorioal reception of tbe del*
elates will take place at Bellevae Gardeu, when ad
dresses of welcome will be delivered by prominent
French residents of tho city and representative
worklngmen. Music and dancing will follow.
For Suuday no special programme baa
been yet arranged. On Monday morning. It is prob
able. tbo delegates will leave lor Philadelphia Th?
French visitors bavo received Invitations Irom Boston,
Newark, N. J.; New Haven. Conn., and other place*
where their attendance is deslrod, but it ih hardly pos
sible that tbe duration of their star (about twenty
davi) In this country will permit tbem to accept ol tbe
many hospitalities which are lionrly being attended to
tnein. At the meeting last evoning, . rt? r these de
tails had been arranged, an interchange of views toolc
place between worklngmen of tbe city and tho French
artisans, all of whom are representative u.e^of tho
different trades to whicb tbey belong, and 'bmb tbe
visitors and their entertainers desired Information in
regard to the manufactures and condition of the work
lngmen In both couatrios fiom one another.
Ocneral William T. Sherman, with his ion and
daughter, arrived at the Fifth Avenue Hotel laat even
ing from New Haven.
Jacques Offenbach and A. Bartboldi, tbe Frencll
sculptor, arrived from Philadelphia yesterday at tb*
Hotel Brunswick. Congressman John O. Wbltehotue,
of Foughkeepsie, Is staying at tbe Albemarle Hotel
Governor Henry Lippitt. of Bbode Island, and Gaiosba
A. Grow, ol Pennsylvania, have arrived at the Fifth
Avenue Hotel. George Honey, the English comedian,
Is sojourning at tbe Westminster HoteL Capitals
Simon de Manzanos, of the Spanish Navy, and G,
Julllen, of the French Centennial Commission, arc
tbe Hoffman House. Rev. Or. W. Van Rensnelaar,
Geneva, N. Y? is residing at the Sturtevant House.
Judge W. S. C. Otis, of Cleveland, and John Cramp*
ton, General Freight Agont of the Groat Western Rail
way ot Canada, are at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Fran*
Cisco Marty jr Gutierrez, proprietor of the Taeon
Theatre, Havana, is at tbe Clarendon HoteL General
J. B. Stoneboose, of Albsny, is at the Hotel Bruna*
wick Paymaster Cbarles F. Guild, United State*
Navy, and ex-Congressman 0. B. Matteson, of UltaL
are at tbe Fifth Avenue HoteL Trenor W. Park Is at
tho Astor House.
THB 8PASMToF ~PAIN 1 HAT RACK THE RHEU>
matte are relieved by Glenn's KoLracs .soar.
Mall's Haik and Whisk** Or*, black or brown, 50a
A.?LIVER AND BLOOD DISKA8W.
By K. V. Pieree, M. D.. author or "ibe People's Codbm
Serine Medical Adviser."
A healthy Hvsr secrete* each day abeut two aua a ball
pound* ol bile, which contains a Rreat amount of waate ma
terial taken from tbe blood. When the liver beooia ?? tor
p.il or congested it fails to eliminate till* vast amount ol
noxious substance, which, therefore, remaioi to poison the
blood and be couvered to every nart of the system. Wbat
must be tbe condition of the blood when it li receiving and
retaining each day two and a hall pounds of poison ? Na
ture tries to work off thia poiaoo throagh other cbanaela an
orgaus?the kidney*, longs, akin. Ac ?bat these organs be
eome overtaxed iu perfornnn,' thia labor la addition to tb*i
natural function* and cannot long wlthat nd tbe pressure,
but become vanoualy diseased.
The brain, which is tbo great electrical centre ot all vi
tality, Is nndoly stimulated by the uuhealtby lood which
ras-.es to it from tbe heart, aad it fails to perform its offloe
ealthfully. Hence the aviaptemi of bile poiaonleit.wt.icU
ara dulneia, headache, incapacity to keep the mind on any
" 7 or nervoas
e t upon the
surface of tbe 'kin. Itiaao irritatiug and polsoaoaa that is
produce* discei red brewa (pots. Dimple*, blotches aad other
eruptions: *->re?, boil*, canancles afld semfuloaa ta
in ora Tbe stomacb. bowels and other oriraai caanoS
es ape becoming affected sooner or let -r. aad we have as Ibe
result eosiirene**, piles, dropsy, dyspenela, diarrhcta. Other
ijriai torn* are common, a bit:cr or bad I sate ia mouth, la*
tenia! heat, palpitation, teasiOK cough, unsteady appetRe,
chokin; sensation In throat, bloatiaK ol atomacb, paia la
slues or about *t.ouldera or i.eck. coldness of extremities, Aa,
Ac. Only a tew of tbe above symptom* are lihely to be prea.
ent i i any caae at ene time. The liver being the great de
purating, or blood cleansing organ of the srsteta, set this
"hou-eaeeper of our health" at work, and the loal ootrup
tloiis which gender in the blood and rot out. aait were, the
maelilnerv or lire, are gradually expelled from tbe avatem,
For this purtiuee Dr. 1'iKacs's Ooldk.v Mkuital Utscovaav,
with verr small doses daily ol Dr. Kltacc's Pleasant Pea*
cathk Pkli.kts. ia tire-emiaeatly the articles aeeued. They
cure every kind of humor, irom the worit ecrolaia to tho
common pimple, t loteh or erupti n lireat eating ul-ere
kindiy heal uuder their mlehty curative Influence. Viru
lent blood poi.ous that lurk in the system are bv then
robbed of their terrors, and by their peneverlaa aad some*
what protracted use tbe moat tainted systems may be com
pletely renovated and built up anew. Enlaraed pauds, to
mors and swelliag. dwindle away and disappear under tbe
in fluei co ol these great resolvent*
are dulneia, neauacne, incapacity so aeep tae tun
subject, impairment of memory, diasy, aleeny or
feelings gloomy forebodings aad irritability of tem|
blood itself being diseased, as it leras tbo awa 11
A ?IV THE SHADE STRAWS ARE LIKE THIS
cooling slmUe ol evening; In the shade. gentlemen. KNOX
hat ttml, -1- Broadway and Fifth Aventie Hotel.
A SILK iulAsfic TRUSS, SOLD ONLY BT
ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANl', flHS Broadway, iooq per
manently cures rupture
A GENTLEMAN'S PEARL CASSIMfeiKE HAT. tt 90i
worth $4; specialty, straw Hat*. 1ft New Church it., ap
ALL THE LEADING STYLES OF GENTLEMEN7!
Hat* nobby stylet lor young meu at SIlAYNKS' headhunt
tart for the celebrated half ounce UaT, Wailack't Theatre
BUCHAN'S DISINFECTING SOAl'S SWEETEN
Jour bouses, destroy vermin and rid dog* of flees. SI
CRISTA DORK'S HAIR DYE ACCOMPLISHES ITS
work splendidly, tafeiy, instantly. S3 John at., wholeeale
DONOVAN'S RESTAURANT, NO. 5 EAST 13TB
at., two aoura from 6th a*. -Table il'hote and private dlBttet
partiea a specialty.
FOURTH OF JULY?BOOTS, .-HoKS, GAITERS)
(tore eluset Saturday evening, "pens U cam tday morning.
MILLER A CO.. Union eqaare.
KEEP'S PATENT PARTLY MADE DRESS SHIRTS. ??
The very hem. tlx fur *?; can be Aaiabed aa easily a* heaa
mine a htnJkerchief. 671 Broadway Mid MI Areh at,
LAFAYETTE "RESTAURANT, NEAR THE AB1
Gallery and adjoining the inatic pavilion, la in every ra?
?poet a first elaaa restaurant.
POLITICAL BANNERS, FLAGS AND PORTRAITS
at old he?U>|iiarti>rt. HOJKK A GRAHAM, 87 iHUOOti. \
SODA WATER APPARATUS FOR MAKING ALb
Aaratad Beverages. JOHN MATTHEWS, let a v. aid M)
Ma. city. ___
WIGS. TOl.'PLKS ?dT~RAUCHFUSSi PRACTICAL
WiguiaMr Mid importer of Human Hair, Ma. 44 Beat
~ : >EW CVS liiCATfiiVi ~~"J
/1 ANftfeks. -NISW t K fc A rIrsF.r^XPLTlXIjfli' t A tTfi
Vj sncoeselul treatment. tent free.
l>rs Hkow.\ a nroHOAKD, So. 8 Weet 14th tl.
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