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From All Farts of the
'World.
ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT.
Waiting to Hear the Result of
SchouvalofFs Mission,
AUSTRIA FEARS ENGLAND.
Riot Before the Palace at
Constantinople.
DEBATE ON THE INDIAN TROOPS.
Sailing of a Russian Man-of-War
for America.
COTTON AND ITS TROUBLES.
[bY CABLE TO THE HERALD. 1
London, May 21, 1878.
The IIebald'b St. Petersburg correspond
ent telegraphed last evening as follows :?
?'Nothing has yet transpired hero regard
ing the results of Count SchouvaloiFs mis
sion. At the palace peace is regarded as
certain. Tho last hesitations of the Em
peror were overcome by a letter from Ber
lin counselling full concessions in view of
tho existence of revolutionary indications.
TALE OF A NEW MINISTRY.
"It is announced on crediblo authority
that changes in the organization of the
Cabinet are contemplated, Schonvaloff to
return and take the chief direction of pub
lic affairs.
ALL SOBTS or BOMOBS.
"General discontentment is manifesting
itself among the people on tho subject of
the concessions said to havo been made to
England. It would be idle work to send
fou the wild and generally ridiculous ru
uors that circulate in reference to the coa
litions formulated and accepted.
A PERVERSE PEOPLE.
"Prince Gortsehakoif is almost every
where pronounced incai>able. Indeed, he
Is blamed with all tho unnecessary hnmili
ition that it is said Bussia has submitted
io. General sympathy is now centering
round Ignatieff. The very fact that he is in
disfavor at court renders him popular with
the mosses."
WHAT IS KNOWN.
The St Petersburg correspondent of the Times
says, regarding the recent pourparlers, all that
Bccms authentic In current rumor Is that the two
years term of occupation of Bulgaria may be short
ened, the number ol troops diminished, a European
commission, instead of a Russian, and a new scheme
regarding the payment of the Indemnity.
not so SOON.
The Times' Vienna correspondent tears that the
negotiations will not be concluded lor a long time,
aud that the expectation of the Uongress meeting
In a fortnight is too sanguine.
TltE CZAK INSISTS.
The Paris correspondent of the Times asserts
that the Czar still Insults that the BcssaroUu
question must not be submitted to the Congress.
?CHOCVALOFF KN KOl'TK.
Count Hchouvaloif arrived at Rerun yesterday
morning. He was received by the Kmpcror. At
noon he proceeded for Frledrtechsruhe to see
Prince Bismarck, and subsequently continued his
Journey to London.
AK11AID OF SEIKO I.KFT IN THE COLD.
Soma uneasiness Is felt at Vienna about the pros
pect of an understanding between England and
Russia, but this iocling is not shared by the AH uls
ters, who arc thoroughly convinced ol England's
good faith regarding a European settlement.
Berlin seems Incredulous about an amicable ar
rangement, and the Times? correspondent, who is
generally the llrst In the field with bad news,
says:?
NOT AKTKIl INDIA.
"Russia lias not oilcred England sufilcient eon
cessions lu Bulgaria. Russia, in lact, prefers to
surrender her Asiatic acquisitions rather than
forego her schemes In Bulgaria." Such utterances
as the foregoing can only create Irritation at
Vieuna.
A RIOT AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
A riot occurred In Uonatantlnopio yesterday bc
fore the Imperial Palace, originating with a body
of relugces who were going to prcscut a petition
to the .Hultan. The disturbance ceased before tho
arrival ol the police. All is now quiet.
NOT HOSTILE ALTS.
Russian official papers reiterate the statement
that the movements ol tho army before Constanti
nople are not hostile or menacing. The Tunes1
Pcra correspondent says this Is becoming the gen
eral conviction there, though on Thursday and
Friday the movements caused a regular panic.
GENERAL TOPLEIIEN'S I'Kl HENCE.
The same correspondent alao says:?"Tho
atrength and organization of the Turkish army is
now such that a prudent general like Todleben
would hesitate to attempt a <xmp tie main while
his rear la harrassed by the Rhodopo inanrrectiou.
ON HIS DEFENCE.
"General Todlebon's object all along has been to
take up a good defensive posltioa lie a as not al
lowed to fall back, as ho wished, from Han Htefano;
be therefore consolidated hla men as lar as poaslblo
by bringing up the troops from the rear.
TURKISH STRENGTH.
"The Turkish army la not only strong enough to
defend neutrality, but even to assume the oiien
?tve If that neutrality Is seriously menaced. This
lact sufficiently explains General Todleben's care
to lilt Ids army oil the Han Htefano finis to the ad
jacent heights and give it a strong backing of sup
port by bringing up troops irdta tho rear."
ANOTHER SHIP FOR AMERICA.
A special despatch to the standard tram Copen
hagen says the Russian Ironclad Kniaz-Pojarsai
left there on Hundsj alter coaling. It Is understood,
lor America.
THE ROUMANIANS ADVANCE.
The PoUttoat awmptm&entv't Bucharest de*
iputch states that the Roumanian army, by orders
di the Prince, has begun a forward movement east
ward along tho Carpathian Mountains and is now
taking its positions as follow*:?One division near
Tcraovlste, another near Pltcstc, a thud near
biauna ana a fourth near craiova. A reserve di
vision will remain, with heavy artillery, In Kalafat.
nrssLixa not com in a back.
Bucharest advices state that the Hussians con
tinue to move troops aud guns from the Danube,
into Bulgaria. None are coming northward.
There are no Hussians at Pitcste, aa alleged.
TllK INDIAN TKOors.
The anxiously anticipated debate on the Indian
troops question began In Parliament yesterday
afternoon, lioth houses were crowded. The
1'rince ol Wales and the German crown Prince
and Princess were in the gallery of the Houso of
Lords.
TESTING THE QUESTION.
In the House ol Commons Lord Hartlngton,
leader ol the liberals, moved his resolution that
uiio forces be raised or kept by tbe Crown in time
ot peace, save within Indlu, without the sanction
ol Parliament.''
A NARROW ISSUE.
He said that he had made the issue very narrow
because the question m Itself was suitlclently im.
portant to tlx the attention of Parliament, because
delicate negotiations are progressing wlilcn gen.
ernl discussion might prejudice, aud because Sir
Statrord Xorthcote himself had said that general
debate at present was not in the Interest oi the
country.
NOT THE FIRST TIME.
Right Horn Sir Michael Uicks-iieach moved tbe
v amendment at the conclusion of Lord Harting
ton's speech. He said the doctrine laid down by
Lord Hariingtun's resolution had been repeatedly
departed iTom in special circumstances, and the
House had sanctioned the declaration that this
was a time ot emergency when the government
resolved, If possible, to employ Indian troops.
MAY FAIL A ITER ALL.
It was doubtful whether practical dltllcultles
would uot lutcrfere with Its execution. He could
not, therelore, immediately announce a policy
which the government might afterward have to
couless impossible. The step was taken to coun
teract the influence ol those who were endeavor
ing to depreciate the valor aud loyalty of tne
people and to show tho world that we have a
united Empire. H the Ministry was uot to be dis
placed it should be supported agulust petty cavils,
ceaseless misrepresentations and vulgar personali
ties.
UNTIL A LATE DOUR.
The debate was continued until 'ato at night, the
principal opposition speakers being Sir Charles
ldlke, Sir William Vernon llurcourl, Mr. Lalug and
Mr. Dillwyn; for the government, Mr. Stanliopo
and Mr. Chaplin, nearly all of whom confined them
selves to the constitntional question. Mr Ilcnry
Fawcett, liberal, will open the debate this oiler
noon.
IN TOE LORDS.
Lord Selborne opened the debate in the House
of Lords on the subject ol the movement of the
Indian troops by calling attention to the constitu
tional question Involved.
CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION.
The debate was purely constitutional iu the
House of Lords. Lord Selborue aud the Lord
Chancellor each occupied two hours. They were
followed by Ylscouut Cardwell, Karl 01 Granville
and the Duke of Rutland for the opposition, and
Lord Napier, of Etlrick, and Lord Denman lor the
government. Lord lieaconslleld closed the debate.
TUB ltALTyj TO REMAIN OPEN.
In the Swedish Kiksdag, at Stockholm, yester
day, the Foreign Minister, replying to au inquiry,
said that the report ubout Germany's eitorts to
close the Ilaitlc against the British In case of war
was untrue. No such proposition has been made.
GOKTSCIIAKOKK'S IIKALTU.
Prince GortschakoiT is slightly better, but is un
able to work. It is said that Prince GortschakoiT
will go to Wlldbad as soon as he can travel
THE SIXTY MILLIONS.
The Upper House of the Hungarian Diet, at
Peath, has adopted the bill for the credit of
00,000.000 norms.
PAH PON I NO THE CONSl'IBATOKS.
A special despatch to the Vienna Political Cor
rtmponOence from Belgrade reports that Prince
Milan has pardoned the Topola conspirators.
HO NKW8 FROM Tint CAPS.
Capo Town advices to April 30 state that the news
Is unimportant. Tbo-war operations since the last re
port have been nnevontiul.
I.NTKRRUPTIOX TO TKLKGKAPU10 COMMUNICATION.
The oablo concocting Europe and brazil it inter
rupted between Bsma and ltio Janeiro.
Till GKRHAN DEADLOCK.
The Berlin correspondent of the Timet says that it
it expected that the Gorman Parllatpsut .will bo dis
solved II no agreement can be effected bctweeu the
various branches of the Legislature upon Ibo anil
Socialist lull.
PKBPARED POR PARLIAXK-YTARY DISSOLUTION.
The German peoplo are lolly pre pa rod lor the rejec
tion o( the measure followed by dissolution. Ad ibo
Berlin specials confirm the report that Dr. Valk wllj
probably bo induced to remain in office.
IMPORTANCE OP DR. TALK'S ACTION.
O.her advices Iront Berlin stato tbut tbo liberals
seem to apprehend serious couscquoncos from Dr.
Fulk's retirement and the proposal to rostrict liberty
Of spcocb and assembly.
KXAUOKRATKD.
The Times' Berlin correspondent regards these np
proncosions as exaggerated, IIo says:?"There is little
dsuger of a reaction undor the present temporals and
Judicious sovorrign, and at a time wbon German unity
lulghl suffer from suaii an attempt.1'
WILL DR. VALK STAY ?
A special despatch from Berlin says:?"11 Dr. Falk
cannot bo Inducod to remain Minister of Fublie In
struction and Ecclesiastical Affairs, Dr. Frio Unlhal,
Minister ol Agriculture, and lierr Uobrccbt, Mi ulster
of Finance, may prelor goiug out to seconding tbo ac
tion of nu eecloslustlcal Minister of tbo Uaumer.Mali
lortype." The Berlin tott thinks Dr. Folic will ro
main In ilio Ministry.
SOCIALISM.
Tbo Auti-Soclalul bill will hardly bo passed by the
liberals without restricting tbo UUcrotlunury power ol
tho government. A moating ol social democrats for
tbo election ol delegates to a social coil cross si Uothu
has been prohibited by tnePreloct of Police,
STRIKES IN TI1K COTTON DISTRICT.
1 he Lnncrshiro strike districts have become compar
atively quiet. There has been no rioting thero sloco
Friday night. Everybody is looking hopefully lor a
settlement Tbo Oldham operatives hive resolved to
submit tbo question ol resisting the proposed reduc
tion ol Uve per eini Id their wages to ballot.
OLDHAM YIELDING.
The csrdroom operatives nt Uldhain bavo accepted
the Uve per cent reduction, at the tatnu tlmo express
ing the hope that ilio employers will advanoe their
wages when trade revive'.
riRKD ON 11V TIIK TROOPS
An unconffrnied report la current ut Blackburn that
the military at Clltbcroo, Lancanhtrc, ffrod ou the
mob of strlKiug operatives. Blsckbnrti It greatly nggi
Intel, and a renewal ol riotous proceedings Is f ared.
Tbo epluners have rcsolvo I to reject the proposition
to rosume work on Alderman Pickop's terms.
iiopks in tub wkavbks.
At a intctlng st Blackburn yesterday of the wagoa
oommilieu ol the Weavers' Association of Northeast
Lancashire it wan resolved to reaoh n decision re
garding Alderman Pickop's projtel by moans ol n bal
lot. Hopes are entertained that n majority of the
weavers may bo got to vota for the proposed settle
ment. The meeting of the matters fixed for Tassdsy
has boon adjourned until tho ballot is taken.
WHAT DOES KU33IA MEAN?
the Burma ooyki invent wants to know
ABOUT TUB CIMBIUA.
[From tho Evening Telegram or yesterday.]
[srtCIAL CAULK DESPATCH TO THE TK LEU RAM.]
London, May go, 187*
There Is a rutnor In diplomatic circles here, ap
parently well founded, that the British government
lias sent instructions to Lord Loltus, the Minister
at St. Petersburg, to request categorical explana
tions from tnc Kussian Foreign Office concerning
the reported armament of Hunslan privateers In
the United states.
TIIK CIMflKIA'S MISSION.
I,ord Loft us Is to make inquiries especially about
the mission of the Ulmhria, whose recent arrival In
Aucricau waters has given rise to much comment
in otticlal circles, and has had a calming effect upon
the British war lever.
WAR RUMORS IN CANADA.
A STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT TUAT IS EN
TIRELY UNCONFIRMED.
Ottawa, May 20, 1878.
The colonial government received a desputch
from the Imperial government this alternoon an
nouncing that war between Knglaud and Kussia is
inevitable.
1 HE RUSSIAN AGENTS.
STBONO REASONS FOli BELIEVING THAT THE
STEAMEB COLUMBUS HAS BEEN PUBCIIASED
BY THE RUSSIANS.
Puu.AiiBi.rinA, May 20, 1878.
There are many reason* lor believing mat U10 state
ment id ihe Herald that the Columbus, ol Clyde's
line, is to bo Bold to the Kussluu agents Is entirely
true. The owners do not deny tbnt she Is 10 no sold
for $400,000, but declare that an individual, aud not
the Russian government, Is 10 be tho purchaser.
The Columbus was built in this city, la 1873, and
was delivered to the ownors in January, 1874. She is
an iron screw steamer, having a displacement of 2,450
dead weight, or draught ol 16 leet, with a capacity
of 1,850 tons ourga Her longth over all Is 285 feet;
breudtn ol beam, 35 feot, and depth ol hold, 23
feet. Sho Is built in live water-tight com
partments, and has two decks, with tho pus
senger accommodation on the main deck. The
lulernul fillings ol iho cublus aud saloons are ol
hard woods, highly potisbod, including bluck
walnut, Spanish cudur and tain:wood, ornamented
Willi gill tracery. The luruiture is also ol black
walnut, upnolsiered in crMnsou plash. The alter
cud ol tho suloou Is circular, lighted by two
skylights, und the forward end is furnished with
two large folding doors and u magnificent French
mirror. Tho slnierooins are arranged oil each side
of tho main saloon, are large, well ventilated and
elegantly tumisneu, and specially constructed
with a view to tho couuori ol passengers
In a troplcul climate. Iho dining saloon
is on tho lorwsrd part ol the main deck, aud is
finished In magnolia walnut uud sutinwood, with gold
arabesques. '1'ne motive power Is supplied by a com
pound engine having two cylinders, one ol 64 and ono
ol 56 Inches In diameter and 42 inches stroke. Steam
Is supplied by lour main boilers, and ibu filth is
provided lor iho donkey engine. The propeller has
lour Diadcs, Is 12 loot in diameter, with a pilch or
twenty feet. Sho is brig-rigged, with wire standing
rigging. Tbero Is one sinukoslaok, painted black
wun a red baud, tbc tunnel murk ol the Now York
and Havana Direct Mall Line. 'I he stern is round,
and the curved stem term in a tes In a short bowsprit,
ornameutod w.th a gilt eagle and trucery. Tho Co
lumbus was built under tho specifications and inspec
tion of the American, German, French and llrmsu
Lloyds.
WHAT THE RUSSIANS ARE DOING IN NEW
YORE.
The seven Russian naval officers whose presence In
Now York has given rtso lo so much cotnmoul and so
many surmises daring the past low days still con
tinue to movo lu tbolr mysterious way and baffle tho
curiosity of thoso who would tain know moro of the
nature ol tbetr business In New York. Four of
thorn are stopping at toe Everett Houso und
three at tho Westminster, but though they como and
go almost hourly during tno day una recclvo great
numbers of visitors, nothing mora is known at the
hotels IDan elsewhere of what they are doing. That
they are busy about something is apparent enough
lrotn their movements, as lrom early iu the day until
nightfall tbey are occupied.
From dcsputclies received In Newport yesterday It
was loaruod that the paymaster ol the Cimbrlu and
twelve others ol her officers hud lelt on the steamer
Lewlston, lour ol them, ol superior rank, beiag en
route lor Newport, aud the others tor 1'orilund and
Boston. Up to a late hour last evouiug, however, no
uews of the arrival ol any of iho lour was obtainable
in Newport
RACING IN FRANCE.
COUNT LAGRANGE ? CLEMENTINE THE WINNER
OF TUE GRANDE l'OULK DKS PRODUITf.
Parw, Muy 20, 1878.
At tbo Bois do Boulogue races yesterday tbe
raco fur tbo Grande l'oule dea Produila of
20,000 trance, dlsiuuco about una tnllo and a
quarter, was won by Count F. do Lagrange's throc
year-old choetuut fitly Clementine, by Mortimer,
out ol Regalia. Darou Rothschild's ltrie was second,
and M. A. Lupin's Prlstina tbird. 'Jhero wcro ten
?lartere. Tbo betting befuro tbo start was 2 to 1 on
Cloineutlne; 6 to 1 against Urle, and 100 to 8 against
l'rist! ua. Clemoutino won easily by two long lbs.
SUMMARY.
Tho Grand Poulo dor, l'roduits, of 20.000 francs, for
thrce-y ear-olds; about olio mile and :t quarter.
Count P. do Lagrange's cli. f. Clpuiciitiuc, by M-or
icintr, out ol Reg alia.... 1
Huron A. do Rothschild's br. I. Uric, by l'urraexuu,
out ol Hlgblund Sister ..... 2
M. A. Lupcn's b. f. Prist 1 us, oy Hollar, out of Per
gola 3
TIIK WI.VXKR.
Asa Iwo-year-old Cldmeutluo started ton times on
tbo Edglisb lurl, winulng only oi.ee?tho Champagne
Slakes, at Doncaster, live furlongs 102 yards?\?ben
?bo boat five olhori quito cually. Among bor uniue
ccsalul assays were tbo Middle Park Plaio nul
tho Criterion Slake*. The present year Cidmcntino
won the Prix du Nabob, Paris Spring Meeting, April
28, and was tutu in such lorm thai alio tins bueii bold
in lilgU esteem ever since. Clementine's engagements
on the English lurl tbo coining sca.iou nro numerous
and vuluublo and sbc is also entered lor 1110 Grand
Prize ol Parts.
MEXICO.
CONTROVERSY BETWEEN Pit ESI DENT DIAZ AND
THE SUPREME COURT?A LIBD1HT MOVEMENT
DEFEAT! D.
? City op Mexico, May 10,?
Via IIavaxa, Muy 2U, 1878. J
Tbe controversy between the Kxennllvo and Su
premo Court continues. Sciior Vallarto bus ubiu
doued the Department ol Foreign nidations and tikea
his tout as President of the Supreme Court. President
Diaz has left tbo department vacant, but applied to
lbs Court to grant a license to Vallarto to return to
tbo Cabinet.
I11.H 8IVO TIIK RKQCKST.
Tbe Court bas rejected Ilio application by a largo
majority- 11 " supposed that Vallarto, wmio remain
ing at tbe bead ol tbo Cou't, will bo appointed M,Uls
ter lor the timo lor tho negotiation ol the American
question. Vailuriu's lanuliarliy Willi this question ti
considered Important 111 conducting tho nogoiintions.
Tho opponcnta ol Vaiiariu and Hie Lerdiste have in
trigued actively. Tbe Lernlata hope ihaln new Min
ister may complicate tho American questiou, thereby
assisting their revolutionary designs.
AS ILL WISH.
The action ol IlieCourt is regardad as n bnatllo mani
festation toward tn? United .states.
navKAT or LKaoisra.
An important Lcrdo movement took placo on April
22 One bundred men ernsscd the river and were met
at Capote by tho Mexicans, who defence and dis
ported Ihcui. some being killed and wounded. Tin y
find down llio Km Grande, evidently scekiug to recroas
lulu Texas. ______
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.
Fourazsa Movkos, May 20,1878.
The Untied Stales lligsbip Powhatan dropped
down from Norfolk this morning and will sail for New
York to morrow morning
CHANGES AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY.
AX.VAP01.I8. Md., May 2d, 1878.
Commodore FoxIiaII a. Parker, who It 10 Uko lbs
?cperiutcndcncy of the Naval Academy on July 1,
paid a private visit to tbe Institution on Saturday.
Cadet Midshipman F. A. McXuti, ol Terre llaute,
Ind., baa roslguod.
Lieutenant T. U. M. Manon will lie detached from
the Naval Acudumy on tlm 30th ol Juno and granted
six months leave of absence, with permission l*
leave tbe United States.
First Lieutenant A. C. Kellon, United States Marine
corps, will bo deiacned Irom the Marine llurracka,
Naval Academy, ou tbo 22d Inst., and ordered to re
port for duty at Lengui* Island, Pa.
A number 01 candidates to enter the Naval Acad
emy oro bete preparing for tbe Juno examination.
billUCK OIL.
[b* TELEGRAPH TO HIE HERALD.]
NlWPORT, R I., May 2o, 1878.
Tbo fleblng fleet have done an Immense business
to day, 8,?>>0 barrels of monhndon and 2,000 barrels
of scup being caught off this port. This to tbo largest
amount ever caught In out day.
WHEAT FIELDS SPOILED.
[BY TELEGRAPH To THE HERALD.]
Karros, Pa., Muy 20, 1878.
The hesstau fly has made such sad havoc among the
wheat fields 111 Northampton county that rnsny ol tho
farmers to-day commenced ploughing up their wheat
fields with the Intention of pluming tbsni with com.
In ninny places largo fields have hesu cut down, aud
a very tilth urop is vxpeuteU tbrougbout tbo county.
ON THE CANADIAN BORDER.
PREPARATIONS BY TUE DOMINION MILITIA TO
BESIST PO-8U1LK INVASION ? PUBI-IO OPIN
ION ON THE FRONTIER.
[BY TXLKOBAPII TO THE HEBU.D.]
hCPFAho, May 20. 1878.
Tho rumors of another tmpcnulug Foniuu raid on
Canada Induced your correspondent to cross tlio Ni
agara River Irorn this city, this ullornoou, lor tUo
purpose ol inquiring into tlio causes ol the warlike
preparattoua at Fort F.rio and elsewhere
along tlio Canada side ol Ihe border. llio
ruius o( old Fort Eric, lamed since tbo
war of IS 12, stand w.tluu easy canuou shot ol tbo
rums ol old Fort l'orter, cu tbo American shore.
The Canadian viliagool Fort Erie lies u short uistauco
below, ou the Niagara ltiver, opposito and wtlbin rille
bhot ol too American village ol lllaalc Rock, now lu.
corparulod among tbo wards ol tho city or liuUalo.
There could bo no more couvouicat place lor a cross
lug lulo Canada, and it has been twice used to advan
tage by tlic Fenians.
VOBNKR INVASIONS.
On tbo 2d ol Juuo, IbOO, tbe lumou3 raid was made
over tho Niagarn, which resulted in the battle ol
Ridgeway, and lu a subsequent skirmish at Fort Erio
village, wbiou closed w ith tho surrender o! a small com
pany ol Canadian volunteers. Tho traine bouse where
tbo latter attempted to rally still stunds, the numerous
bullet holes which perioruied it ou that oceasiou
having bocu slopped up with pegs, paint and puny.
In 1S70 the ucxl scare occurred, the uialu aeiuousira
tioti ol tho Fouiaus boing made that yeur at Rouse's
Point.
CANADIAN Mll.iriA BKAUY.
Tho pooplo ol Fort Erie uuving thus actually lelt I ho
Breol the Fonians uro us wi.ry as burnt children.
The recotit order Irom Utiawn directing the voiuu
teors to prepare lor service was promptly heeded
bv tbe one compauy lu the village, as
iudood it was obeyed throughout tbo Provinco
ol Ontario. There ure suld to be now In the l'roviuco
at least thirty-live thousand men under arms and
ready to march at nu hour's notice. They could ull
he assembled on the Irontior in lorly-olgbt hours.
AMMCNITION UISTKIUUTSD AND 1IEINH EXTENDED ON
ROBINS.
The arms and equipments of tbo company at Fort
Erie have been removed Iroui tho drill sued uuu dis
tributed among tbo men, togother with a pleuttlul
supply ol ummuuiUon. Tins muy De available in
ease ol a new Fenian invasion, II It sUail nut in tlio
menuitmo bitvo been exhausted on tho robins which
throng tho uoighbortug Il-'lds. "Pop, pop, pop,'1
"Cheep, cheep," were tUo souuds that saluted mo
writer to-day as lie drovo along tho roads in u light
Amcrlcuu bunny.
OPINION OK TilX AMERICAN CONSCL
Tho American Consul at Fort Erie, Mr. Phillips,
has received no authentic iniormalion ol the niton
tlous of tho Feuiaus ile says he ha; inquired dili
gently among tho authorities at Fort Erio uud also in
Bullalo aud can inike uolh.ug Uellnitu out ol the cur
rent reports uud rumors. The only circumstance at all
suspicious which has coinc under his notice was tho
behavior ol iwo straugo Irishmen who oiled on Mm
at tho Cousululo three duvs :uo. Mr. Phillips adds
lhat during iho F< Mali excitement ol INTO Ins resi
dence was Bought lor reluge, and became a storehouse
lor tnunv trunas aud liousenold articles belonging to
subjects' ol the Queen. I be present agltatiou has not
ciuscd any similar application to bo tuado to Dim.
Tberi lore bo coueludes tout the Canadians do not
seriously believo that there will bo another nltempl
at a Fenian invasion at this lime.
DIVIDED CANADIAN VIEWS
Tho Canadians themselves uro divided lu opinion.
Some proless to regard lae wuolo matter lightly,
others are very uneasy. Still another class believo
that while tbo Fenians uro not strong cuougu In uum
bcrs or in means to undertake a reul invasion, tboro
would uudoubtouiy bo some leiuis made lu case ol
war between Euglaud uud Russia? luiuts lor tlio
purpose ol exciliug IliboroUu enthusiasm nud eu
ubliug tho Feuiuu leaders to "raise iho wiud."
BL'FPALO SHAKES ITS IIKAO.
This lattor opinion is shared to some cxtont ou tbo
American side. In the city ol Kullulo, no one, uud
ceriuiuly no reputuble Irishman, Is wililug lo uvow
his belief thut the Feuiuu orguniXAlloli is prepared to
uudurtako the conquest ol Cuoadi. Hut it is thought
not wholly uulikeiy that certain restloss Feuuit
duels have made sotuo progross toward uu
understanding by whlcn tlio meagre uuiubcrs
of Fenians who aro armod In the lake cities would bo
Induced to rendezvous utid try a coup, close upon the
auuouucemoul oi war between Russia and fcuglaud ?
this lu the hope that lu case ol success,
evon ibouith success should have to bo tolinwed
by a temporary retreat, the enthusiasm ot Irishmen
throughout tbo North would swell M<e JT? una rsaks
Into a lormldable urmv. Just now. l^wever, 11 la
very drtRcuii t? fciad a bioedy wiud.d k'eaua. M?M
gau'S statements uro ro.arded ns wild uud boaatlul
lubrications.
IUIS1I ORGANIZATIONS 1* BCVPALO,
While it is not believed at the looil newspaper
odices or clsevvnore that any cxtousivo preparations
have been perlccled lor even u doiuousiration toward
Canudi on tbo part ol Fonians In this neighbor
hood tboro are some indications that iho elements
out o'f wbtcU another Fonian r ild might be projected aro
in lorinentatlou. Au organisation calling iisoll tho
?'Irish Nationalists" hits its branches hero, ns in
other lake cltios, nud gavoouoortwo river c.xcor?ions
jml year lor the purpose ot uddiug lo whit is called
tho "aklrinislnug 1' uud." Its mentbors are understood
to ba docldouly in lavor ol au Independent lroiutid,
uud op osid lo Ureal llrltaiu uinl liritiifU nu^borlty.
' ? Sfi'UTAKY* muhtiNU. 41.
'lliero aro also two or itior.b military companies
slyllnCiheinshlves' "Tho Irish'R'll sv" Tlic-'d urb re
plenishing their rank-, unff the O.nrUr ol to inoffow
will publish A call Irom tbo oaptain of olio ol llieui 10
the mcmbois lo meet to-morrow night "lor drill and
other purposes."
KKTICKNOK OP IRISH MKN.
Members ol most ol Hie Irisu organizations hore aro
reticent ? boo upproacucd on the subject oi k cm lUlsui.
The 0110 Hung that It la sale to say Is that in case ol
war between England aud Kasha Irishmen, as a
clas- would be lor Russia. They avow mis openly.
LXCITJCMKNT IN VgBMONT.
Boston, Mas--., May 20, 1873.
A despatch iroru Noriu Troy, Vi., says:?"The ex
citcmcnt alone llio ironlicr lu ro,;ard to a Fenian
raid la intense. Tho country bordering on tho lino
la lull of str-iugor*, uiid nppi aruue-M indi
cate tbat tho rumors ol an Invasion are
not without louudatiin. Ev-ury |uw hours
sqttsds ol ton or a dozen uiou pass llirougu this vil
Uge inward Canada. some of thuiii are evidently
tramps, and noveral cuir.igu* are reported to have
been committed by iheiu. I he red cout* ui o uu tho
alert, and a warm reception will bo tendered lu tho
event ol an Invasion."
FKNIANS SAID TO II". DCIt.LfMO AT (.TIAZF.Y,
Riciiroan. VU, M.y 20, 1378.
Tho rumor that n band ol Fenians are slait-ined in
this vicinity Is untrue. On Saturday and Sunday
list several persona pag-od through hero on
loot, but tliey wero trumps. News was re
ceived to nl-ht that 000 Irishmen aro drilling
at Chasoy, BiXty-cnrbt miles Iroin hero. Tho
Cauudl .in blleVe that there Is a movement oo loot
lor an Invasion ol the Domlniou. Kiproanolaivo
Irishmen liera reluso to hu Interviewed on the sut'Juol
ol It I'litilitll Invasion. It U generally belli veil II. ut
1'enians uro making their way into Canada, preparing
to tuovu upon soitio ol tho principal points thoio.
ISCE sDiAUY S I UltUBUS.
DE8TBOCTION OF MINK PitOl'XIlTT IX AV?T
111 I.I.bViLI.E TO I'BKVr.Ni' A ltCUL'MlTI 'K OF
MI8IXU AT REDUCED I.A Til-.
[UY TKLLUIIAI'II T) Til It HERALD]
St. Louis, Mo., May 20, 1873.
I'ho following dm pilch was rcc.'ITod hero this
nltoruoonTho engine houses and intlre upper
works of tho lin en Mountain and Norlliwosiorn coal
minor, located nctr Wost Belleville, on a switch
ol tho Illinois nnd St. Louis Kuilroad,
were destroyed by Are, at about two o'clock
ibis morning, entailing a lota ol theasends ol
dollars to tho proprietors. Tho burning Is believed
to Ikivo been the work ol an Incendiary, and a roward
of $600 has boon tillered lor the arrest ol tho iierpetra
tor or perpetrators ol tba deed. Tho notice Hint certain
mints wero to resume work to-day at tbo rate
ol two ami a half cauls a bushel appears to have in
lluencod the striking minors, who utlerod throats
not ouiy against the operators, but against tho
men who wcul t work at the rales proposed. It
is known thoy bavo boen Uoeporaio lor
soma tune past slid the present incendiary move has
been momentarily looked lorwurd to. 1 bo lead
era, wlitl appear to lis peaceably disposed, are
unable to curb the headlong tlesperailou of
the men', who korp on crying out that
their lamllies are starving and they th'-mseives
without any means to provide them Willi lire id, end
the cuusequiiico is that the miners have horn threat
ening aim demonstrative. The result I* plainly to be
gees to tho workings, this morning, ol the are Uend
lbs mines damaged. It seems, bad Intended te re
siime work to day, inleudtng to par two ltd tins-ball
cents per bushel to ell miners who would lake it, and
It is believed that sotne ol the more deepvrate cbar
itc ers among the miners took tbis method of pre
venting tbo inlnos from resuming work.
wiiat ocuunnsn at tiik m.xks
A Inter ilesiatcti alalia that the lire wis discovered
at two o'clock this morning by Jotin Uivcns, a
laborer, wbo attempted to give an alarm, but was pro
ve..ted by miners, who threatened to kill liltn. The
mine* ware valued at flUU,0<J0, and wore lbs properly
ol John Williams, ol ibis city, and Weber Brotners, ol
Wost Belleville.
'ins 'condition of many of tne miners Is de
plorable, and, though starvation etares ibem In Hie
Isce, tln-y persistently refuse say sort ol n com
promise. A cntnmlllco ul tho mtuera met e can.
mitteuol Hie St. Louts operators In Ksst St. Lone
this morning, with a view to the adjust
ment ol ousting differences, but slier a live
hours' conference the sfTorts nl compromise failed
ami the strikers returned to Belleville, tho miners
demand three oeots In winter and two nnd n hell
ct nls in slimmer, or two mid three-.|uartor couts tho
year round, wlnlo the operators ttuiid on two and a
iia.I cents the year rouud.
tiie presidential title.
LOUISIANA SENTIMENT ADVER-iE TO THE LE?
OPINING OF TIIE CASE.
[dl TELEGRAPH TO THE IIE11.U.D.]
NhW Ohlba.ns, ?l?y 20, G79.
The Potior resolutions an 1 their attendant opening
of the Louisiana case lias created anything but a
pleasant leolmg horo at tbo revival ol a quos
tiou tbo people bud thought settled, What
Louisiana wauls is "to bo lot alono" to raise
Uer crops and attend to busluess. 01 a largo nuinbor
ot gentlemen, merchants aud prouiiueut citizen*, In
Urvicwea ou the subject, nearly every onu regretted
that tne subject had boon opened at all, aud expressed
an opinion that Southern Congressmeu could have
been bolter employed lu trying to get something lor
their constituencies relative to their harbors, rivers
aud lovoes, (LgieaJ ol squabbling over wbat can only
disturb matters generally.
ACUKKiiKN 1' or UtMoCUATS TO SCFFOllT HAVKS.
A geullciiiHU prominent is a siicce??iui business
man, ano wbo bag ouly mterlered iu pol.tlcs lor iho
good of tbo Stale, sail bo more I ban regretted the
uuiiOlt vf the Soulberii and especially tne Louisiana
Congressmen. Ixiuisiaua was to-day, through 11 ives,
governed by her uwu people and ou the bnni ioui lo
prosperity. During tbu anxious day* ot 187b pledges
were mude lo Air. Hayes tha. il be would wiibdriw
the troops LaUisiuna would sustain l.im and
not dispute Uls title. Tbo deuiot ratio caucus
ut Odd Follows Hall paasol resolutions laudatory
ot Mr. llayos und ins policy, uud iusl winter in tlie
Lcuiblut ure u preamble aud r*?oluiiou were adopted
expressive ol conddeuco in the Preslueut and an ugrce
incut to bis election, lliat wan what tbey ineaut, and
tbey were passed by almost u unanimous party vole,
Iho repubucuus votlug against llioin. lu tile lace
ot tbesc any action was lo be regretted.
II tlie suO-comiuittcu comes ucio 1 ibinW it will lind
it difficult to gel any important new testimony,
l'lii so wbo know will say nothing, aud as ibe great
mass ol tbo people are iu lavor ot lettlug llayos uiouo
tbe co in ml l ice will tlud ilell out of sympathy with
the people.
NO IXTKHKST IS TILDKX.
If the whole allair is Iti the lute'estul Tlldou and
his uouiiuulion uud election lu 1680, he lias mude a
mistake. Tbe people ol tins Slate, outside til the politi
cians anyhow, will support bun no more, ami ihU
present actiou, almost as much as that when ho was
llrsl elected, will turu tliem against bun.
AX U.NWISK MOVKMSXT.
In tact it is believed aud universally staled
that tho action ol the democratic party tu Cou
gress was til ud vised, uud will lose them
m in v a vote in the South. II ltldou in
lbTli, when the South belicvou bint eloctod, had made
u stand he would have met ibeir hearty support ; but
not uuw. llayes, since bis actiou toward l.outslttua
uud .South Carolina, h is made many friends among
non-politioiune, and be Is more ilk'U than Air. I ildou.
Tbe llourbou doinocrats, oi course, say dillcrently,
but 1 believe tbey ure in a small intuorhy.
FISII AND GAME i'llOTEOTION.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STATE ASSOCIATION.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO TIIE HERALD.]
Buffalo, N. Y., May 20, 1878.
Delegates to tho twculleth anuual convention of tbo
Now York Association tor the 1'rotcctiou of Fish una
Guuto began lo urrivo at mo Tift tlouro, which was
tho recognized headquarters, at noon to-day,
aud by evening the nrrivals wore largely
Increased Troin ull suctions ol the St no. Tbe regu
lar annuel mooting was couvoned at McArihnr's llalj
nt eight o'clock, with a very full atleudunce, Senator
It. V. Fierce, President, In the chatr; Vice President
J. J. Flanngan, or Uttca; Socond Vice President John
Vaudeoburg, of Clyde; John 11. Sage, ot Buffalo, Sec
retary, audS. M. Spoucor, the Treasurer, ol Rochester,
all being present.
The meeting was called to order by tbo Secretary,
John B. Sage, Introducing It. V. Pierce, prcsideut of
tbe association, who made u lew pertinent remarks in
relation to IDC association and meeting, explaining lbs
dulloso! the association and wolromlug tbu delogates to
Butlalo. Upon calling Ibe roll tbo iollowiug clubs
wore annouueed presentAlbion Ritlc Sportmcn's
Club; Albion Audubon Club; Rochester Audubon
Club; Butlalo Adirondack Club; Adams Central New
York Sportsmon's ClubjUtica Central City Sports
men's Association, Syracuse; Dean Richmond
Club Batavm; Duunviilo Sportinen's AnmcM
iPsn' DansviJle ; Forester Club, lloffsfo;
Forester Ctoti, ROafcestor; Forester Club,
ol Yates nounty, Pa.; Genesee Sportsmen's Fluh.
lroudteeeil; lb*e Oportamen's Cinb, limn; Jordau
Sportsmen's Ctuh, Jordan; l.oatlior HlocKtug Club,
Uswego; I.oroy Sportsmen's Club. I.eroy ; Livingston
Association, Geneseo; Mad.son Couuty Sportsmen's
Club Atomsville; Alonroe County Club, Rochester;
Mount Morris Sportsmen's Association, Mount Morris;
Niagara Fails Shooting Club, Nlacaru Falls; Onondaga
Couuty Sportsmen's Club, Syracuse; Pamuix Sports
men's Club, Sun-en Falls; Queen City Sportsmen's
Club, Boltsto; Rochester Sportsmon's Club, Roel.es
ter- Rtversldo Shooting Club, Buffalo; Rome Sports
men k Club, Rome; Skuuoslclc* Sportsmen's Club,
Kkaiitoaiclcs; AV'uyuo County Sportsmen's Club,
Clydt*
Tuo following now elans were admittedBrooklyn
Cuu Club, Kust Buffalo Shooting Club, Buffalo (iqn
Cub. -A petition was received trom the Wludsur
Hotel, ?tol* Ybrk cliy\ by P. 1*. Flo'wcjs
witbOUi giVrug the .t mnuo of tho .clgo,
|,ui udiiii i led under" the uamo of -thioi
Windsor Hotel Association; Corning Sporlstnou's
Olub. scoltsburff Sportsmen's Association, ol Living,
sloii county ; U.ty View Rills* Association, ol Buffalo;
Senses Gun Club, or Seuocu Fails; Kllicoll Sporliug
(Tub ol tbo town of Amherst, N. Y. ; Onondaga
County Fishing Club, ?l Syrnctise, Farmer Village
Sportsmen's Club; Forest Strom Sporismcu's Club,
or AWrou.
COXPITIOX OF TIIK ASSOCIATIOX.
Tho treasurer's report shows u b ilai.ee on baud ol
{(?'.Mi 70. 'the President nniiounccd that the asso
ciation had been Incorporated under tno laws
ol tho State, In uccorduuro with a resolu
tion passed at the last nuiiunl meeting ol
the association. Iho next business in order was tho
selection ol n place for holding tbe next annual
convention Hie following placos woro presented:?
Niigsr.i Falls, Ssueca Falls and Rocueslcr.
Hutli Green, tlio Slate Fish Co:uml??|uuur, and
other prominent men addressed tho convention
in tavor ot the localities named. An mlormal ballot
resulted as follows:?Monro County Club, of
Rochester, 76; Senoca Gun Club, rfeiicci Falls, 21;
Niagara Fulls Shooting Ciuo, 34; rcatierlng, 8. tin
motion ol Mr. Murray, ol Souecu falls, tne ballot Was
declared formal and Rochester designated us tbe
place lor holding the next annual convention.
ki.fctiox or OVPICSKS.
Tbo following ollleors were then elected:?Prcsideut,
A II l.amb' Hon, ol Boclicslor; VlCo President.
Child* Horace Sil.-by, Scueca Falls: Secretary, John
It .-ag" of Buffalo; Treasurer, William Bibcock;
Cerrespondliig Secretary, I. A. Pratt, ol Rochester.
previous to adjournment tho President tuvuud vis
iting sportsmen to tbo rooms of the Forester Club, nl
whicii th'v woro handsomely entertained wnh a
superb eolistion. Iho trap shooting, rifle shooting
aud fly casting contest! will commence to-morrow
morning at the Buffalo Driving I ark,
FILE IN A CIlUiiCIL
lilSUOP BlIANAHAN 8 PROMPTNESS BAYf.S A CON
GltEUATlOX fltOM OI8ASTBOI8 PANIC.
PlIUMUTIA May'JO, 1 rr'7S.
Ah tbo sscramont ot confirmation wan being admin
istered yesterday in tbo Catholic Cburch ol the lm
tuaculalo Cutcaption, ol this city, llio altar was acci
dentally tot on Arc. ISIahop Nbanahan, ol ftarrls
burg, o (Delating Tho cliurcb wan beautifully
decorated, natural and artiQcul Honor* bolng scat
tered e?er tbo altar in prolusion. During tbo core
mouy uu attendant began lighting llio candles on tbe
side allur, holding In bis band an oil lamp,
Tbo laper accidentally touched aonio tarlatan sur
rounding tbo statne of the patron smut, which stands
at tbe sido ol tbe alur, an I II inNlabtly took
Are. Mart led at tbe nccidont tho attendant
dropped tbe lamp, scattering tho oil over tho carpel,
thus Increasing tbu lire, father Klurao. with much
presence ul lulbd, sprang forward and began tearing
away tnocanopy. During tbu tliue lho congregation
became panto strickuu, but Ilishop nbanahau
quieted them by n law words ol admo
nition. In llio ennfnaton father Klorau
threw a portion ot the burniug canopy bank of bun,
wnicli fall on the aurphco 01 father Pilau, and in
stantly tbo laco wua a maoa ol fliine. A young
in in in a Iront p?w Jumped instantly in
tbe rescue sua tore tbo horning gown
Irotn the lather's back. Tbo Bwbep p*ve
? bo signal to tbo organist, wbo brgau play lug ; father
Keelo as promptly rmumsJ tho snnsa, and uuietude
was restored and tbo service was comiucicd as usual,
Tbnsoygreit prasonco ol mind on tho purl ol tho
bishop and t lerhy was avoided what at liral threat
cued to become a sarioua calamity.
KILLED BY Ri.Vl.NL'E OFFICERS.
[BT TBLKOBAI'll to flip. UKRALD.]
NsanraLu, Tent., May 20, 1878.
While Juntos Davis, a revenue collector, waa
on Haturdiy evening attacking the al
leged Illicit distillery of 8nm llnrdbcrger,
about two miles from Tracey City, a prominent
oilman named Joseph bavins was proceeding toward
tbu distillery when hom<? ol Davis' men, concealed bo.
bind busbus, bred upon biln, killing him instantly. Tbo
arsenal nation creams intense excncmuul. Lynching
ol tbe rovonuo man is threatened.
HARVARD STUDENTS IN TROUBLE.
DOWTOI, May 'JO, 187s.
Several Harvard atudenta have rsoontly hern de
tected %v tho collcgo authorities having knowledge of
sundry elimination papers be I re lliey were regu
larly Irsucd. I wo nviinberH ol tho junior elaae li <vo
been expelled, and also one or two employes. The
deception was revealed by one ol the instructors, who
slightly altered the wiper*. ihor<> will probably be
an entirely now system of examination.
BALD MOUNTAIN'S FREAK.
THE PEAK SPLIT IS TWAIN B* A TAWAlSd
riSUDUE OF FATHOMLESS DEI' JII.
[BE TELEGRAPH TO TUl'. IIKHALI). ]
Kicuxuxd, Vi, May 20, 1873.
A communication Iroui Chimney Rock published
Id (Do Asluvtllo (N. C.) I So nee r, 10 tbo extrome wts.
tern socuon of that .State, say* tbat tho Ualil Moun
lain u ugaiu la great tribulation. lbs report, which
1 regard ai sensational, goaa on to a ay tbat Id tba p.<at
lew duys the mouuiuin baa literally npi:t Iu twain,
leaving u chasm ot .'loo IHI m logftb and from eigut
to ten fo.-t in width. Tho depth cauaot possibly bo
ascertained. The rant in tba mouuUiu scorns
to bu a bottomless abyss. l'eoplo in tbo vicinity
ol ibo great mountain aic said 10 bo iu a
stato of the most lineu-ie excitement, asd a perpetual
watob u.lcopl on "Olu Uild" lor fear lie should brouk
out in a volnauio oiuption, or as tbo centre ol an
oarilnpiito. So far tbo symptom* bavo uot been vol.
cutiir in tboir cbarueler. No smoke or lava baa becu
tlirowu out from tbo cxteuJod ruot, or crater ua It Id
bolicred to be.
DISASTROUS HAIL StORM.
[l!V TKLE03AFH IO THE IIEBALD. J
WuKiaixa, Vf. Va., Slay 20,1S7S.
Tbo moat d-aastmus storm ot ball uud rata
knowu iu ibt.s section slnco 18C3 visited tbls city
this altcruuou. Haitstuuug as Urge as beu'a
oggs loll iu great masses, destrovlng tbousauds ot
panes ol glass auu doing mucb other domino. Tba
crops iu ibeviciuity and Irull bavo beau almost to
tally destroyed, Ibe damage aggregating many thou
sand dollars.
SEVERE STORM IN MISSISSIPPI.
ViCKsui'KU, May 20, 1873.
This city was visited by n territlc storm ol wind and
rain on Saturday evening. At sevou o'clock tba
wind reached a velocity ol flt'ty-Uro miles per bour,
which lasted lor sovsn minutes. Many sloros wero
unroulod. Maurice Moyor & Do., dry goods; M Tuck,
clothing; M. McMouus, Fiizputrlck Brothers and
E. W. Walleo, grocers, were tbo prioci.
pal sufferers, their stocks bung damaged
by water. Ibo w.tli ot tbo Mississippi Valley
bunk building was damaged by tuo rooting ol Mc
Mutius' buiidiug being blown against tL Law otDcei
In liortuhnl's building wcro tlood'-d by ino. Tbt
rainlali in two hours was over one and a ball inches.
CROPS DAMAGED IN ARKANSAS.
Limi Rock, May 20, 1378.
A heavy storm on Saturday night dnl mucb duutugs
to crops iliruiighout this county, in Kourcb town*
snip oicbards wero destroyed uud houses consider
ably 'Jamagod.
SEVERE THUNDER STORM.
Toronto, Out., May 20, 1873.
A severe thunder storm passed eastward this alter
noon. Much damage by ligblulug aud wind la r?
ported Ihrougu tbo country.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT.
,J
War ilRI'AKTHKXT,
Orricc or trk Cuikv Signal officer,
WasoimjTox, May 21?1 A. Al.
Indication*.
for the Middle Atlantic Stales and Now England,
(ailing followed by rialog baromcier, southerly wiuda
veering to westerly or northwest, tbrcstoulng und
raiuy followed by warmer, clearing and partly cloudy
weather.
For the South Allaut'.c States, lulling followed by
rising bromotor, southerly winds veering to westerly
or northwest, slightly warmer and generally clear
weather will prevail.
For tbo Gull States, higher pressure, soutborly to
easterly winds, nosrly stationary temperature, partly
cloudy wcutbcr and rain areas, except winds poaalbly
veering to westerly lb tbe eastern portion.
For Tunuessee, tho Ohio Valley, lake roglon and
Upner Mississippi Valley, rislug barometer, cooloi
west to north winds aud clear or partly cloudy
weather, with poutbly cwasioaei auowtra to lb* Aral
thrao districts.
The Mississippi Rivar will continue a lowly rtaing
Irom St. Louis to Memphis.
Cantlonary signals continue at Roclieater, Oswogo,
Cape Lookout, Cupo Iiatteras, Kitty Hawk, Capa
Hunry, Lcwos, Capo May, Atlantic City, llaruegat,
Saucy Hook, New York, New Haven, New London,
Nowport, Woods' Hole, Boston, Thatcher's Island,
Portland uud bustport.
THE WEATIIklt YESTI'.IiDAT.
Tbo following record will rhour tho changed In lb?
tcmperuiuro lor the past twouty lour hours, In com
pnriaon with tbo correapoudlug ilalo of last your, m
indicated by tlio tliormomolcr at Iludnul'g pliartuuc/.
UhiiALD'Uulldi'iiK, No.'UlH IJromlwuy
ls77. J87H. 1877. 1878.
o A..M tti ,? 3:3J I*. 64
0 A. JI CO " 63 O'P, M....... 82 64
?J A. JJ 70 60 0 I*. M 70 62
12 M ?:? 67 12 P. M 07 62
Averugo tempore turn ye.-terdxy 64
Average temperature- lor corresponding unto last
HOTEL AUllLVALS.
Dlihop Thoinim K. llcndrickon, of Provldonco, and
Very Rev. Junius Hughes, ol Hartford, are at lb*
Grand Central. Colonel Thomas G. 1'llcbcr, United
States Army, la at tbo St. Cloud. Judgo Jumea II.
Ilowo and Kmcrion W. Key or, of Wisconsin, aro at
the Windsor. (Jonerul Klias W. Leavenwortb, ol Syr
acuse, is at tbo St. Nlcbolao. Judge Cnarlos Wuoaion,
ol Pougbkec-p-lo, and Uoorgo L. Miller, ol Omaha,
arc nl thu filth Avonuo. Iter. l)r. ltuddur, ol Phlla
dolphin, la ul tbo Rrcvooru Lieutenant John E.
Urecr, Unitod Stutc* Nuvy, la at tbo Uilaoy.
YOU WILL MMIN LOOK IN VAIN FOR BI.EM
i?he, upon your sklu il yuti use OuM'i 81 u'licit ainr.
Beware Imitations.
a rati $1 tlLK BAT IrOR ttfl (uKitnv^f
81 SV, worth 011) 1 ? New Church >t , upstairs.
cook s imperial? extra ouvT"
For "xi-elleuc ? we challenge ell Imported eharaoanrbj
American Wuio Company, n Louis t or salu by PAKK A
TlGFuRl) sad AfKI.lt. M Kit It ALL A CO.
COACHING FAKASOLS. AT MlLLRR'A NEW
slot#, niatriMh st. mid Broadway, and ?!d si.,corner
*>lii ?v.
HIK, LADS AXi? LASSlKsl'IIlEAWAY I
Nor brook a single hour's delay,
II you would carry in your mouth
Wliilu teeth and odors ol the south.
Ila-ie. haste, ana hut a single lout
Ol lliu unrivalled Bu/.OhonT.
LIOUriNG GAS HV KI.KCilllfTTv.?A 8PKC
lelly.br J. W. BAIlTi.hTT. at th*uj K roadway. Three dir.
terent systeme Adapted to s i purpusns.
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