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receive a deputation with a peace declaration signed by over two hundred thousand persons, the Marquis of Salisbury has stated that he Is unable to receive the deputation. "INCONVENIENT TO TIIE PUBLIC SERVICE." The Daily Nrrc* states that Lord Salisbury re fused to receive the peace deputation, on the ground that it was Inconvenient te the public ser vice to discuss the matter now. MORE RUSSIAN' SAILORS. Yesterday afternoon's Pall Hall Gazette nad a Berlin special saying:?"Many pretended Russian emigrants are passing through Germany. It is be lieved that they are seamen disguised on their way to America to man cruisers." RUSSIA NOT RAISING A LOAN. The Times' St Petersburg correspondent states that the rumors that Russia Is cudeavorlng to ne gotiate a new loan are destitute of real foundation. A DULL DEBATE. Neither yesterday morning's news nor Monday night's debate in Parliament shed any new light on the situation. The debate was iathor dull The House ol Commons was almost empty duriug the latter part ot the debate. There was less than hall a quorum of members present. SOLELY FOR PEACE. Lord Beaconsfleld concluded his speech in the House ot Lords on Monday night with a rtiteration ot the statement tnat the Ministry was actuated solely by the wish and hope to seoure the blessings of peace and maintain the freedom of tiurope and the Just position ol this country. THE BMF.UTE AT STAMROUL. A despatch from Constantinople says that an official despatch to the Turkish represen tatives abroad thus describes the Cmeute which took placo In that city on Monday:?"About thirty reiugees entered tho garden ot the palace inhabited by ex-Sultan Murad and raised Bhonts of 'Long live the Sultan.' The sentinels opposed the entry of these men Into the palace anu were fired upon, one being killed. THE RIOT QUELLED. "Troops arriving, the assailants were driven back. Some were killed and wounded on both ildes. Alt Suavl, who appeared to have acted as organizer and leader or the attack, was killed The affiilr had no other consequences. Public tranquillity Is undisturbed.1' ARE MINISTERS ACCOMPLICES. In consequence of the Incident at the Tcheragan Palace, the Minister ol Marine hus been super seded by Vesslm Pacha. Other changes in the Ministry are apprehended. EXTENT OP THE RIOT. A special to the Dally Xeve* from Vera says:? ?Twenty-one were killed and seventeen wounded In tlus ahalr." Tills Is probably an exaggeration. HELPLESS REFUGEES. Five thousand Turkish refugees assembled yes terday and sent a deputation to the Porte asking re lie', declaring that their provisions had fulled und sickness was increasing among them. The Porte promised that their rations would henceforth be regularly distributed GILMORE'S RAND IN LONDON. The first concert ol Gllmorc's Band took place at the Crystal Palace yesterday evening, commeuclug at six o'clock. The concert hall was decorated wltn American flags, and the audience numbered three thousand people and was very enthusiastic. The American national airs were much applauded. SUCCESSFUL EVERYWHERE. The band has been successful so far. in Dublin and Liverpool the success was very marked and the audiences enthusiastic. The graud JLte will take place to-day at tho Crystal Palace. POI'K LEO'S MOVEMENTS. A special despatch Irotn Rotao to the Standard ?ays:?"The Pope will not go to Monte Csaslno on account of the number of pupils residing there. The Jesuits arc cndeuvorlDg to keep lilm in Rotno, but ?oino otber placo at wblob he may pass the summer Is bolng nought." KEPIlKSSIXa OK UMAX SOCIALISTS. A Berlin despatch to the Pall Mall Gazette says a hill lor the repression of coeiallst excesses has been submitted to the German Parliament., NO SETTLEMENT OF THE COTTON STRIKE. The Manchester Guardian concludes from the re ports of the proceedings ol the operatives at all points In the strike district that little disposition exists to te accept the ten per cent reduction oven temporarily. Tne spinners declare that tney would accept five per cent reduction sutright and nothing more. This attitude will pro long the strike Indefinitely, bnt attempts to securo a lompromise will be continued by Alderman Plckop and others. NO comrROMISH. Tho local weavers' committee of Bnrnley have io solved not to take a ballot on a compromise. WET WEATHER. The weather yesterday was wet and unfavorable to . the crops. SCIENCE AND THEOLOGY. TAMES AMTQOXY FBOUDE'S VIEWS OS THE SUBJECT?TUB CLERGY ACCUSED OF UNBE LIEF?THE RELIGION MB. FEOULE SEES IB THE FUTURE. London, May 21, 1878. James Anthony Fronds baa transmitted his second paper on "Science and Theology" to the Jntematumal Review, of New York, staling in substanco that the modern nations of Europe, like the Crooks and Romans, founded tneir original policy on religion; but that tho' will of Ood has no longer a place, even by courtesy, in tbe statutes; that respectable peopio dgbt against the unwelcome truths in regard to Christianity thrust upon thom; the clergy pray lor deliverance from evils which tbey know depend upon natural causes and tbe bishops tbenikolvos do not actually beiievo what they prologa a saw kklioiox oomi.no. Mr. Fronde, assorts, however, that the message of Mtence is not the last nor the highest, and that the lime will come when tho Illusions which have overwhelmed religion shall have passed away; that a society without Ood In Its heart cannot exist, and that when a new religion has es tablished Itself which men can act upon and fully believe, it should novor be ruined by the extravagant prctousloDs of Us founders and propagators. OUR MUSCOVITE VISITORS. ABOTOEB PORTION OF THE 0FF1CEB8 LEAVE THE CIMBRIA?INDICATIONS THAT SOME OF THE SAILORS ABE TO BE SOON TBANSPKB RED? ARRIVAL OP OFFICES* IN MEW YORE. Ellsworth, Me., May 21, 1878. There ere Indloaitons that the Russian forces on ;tas Cimbria may soon bo divided and a part sf tbem transferred. In addition to those who tela last wcok, thirteen Russian ofllcers, including lbs p.iyiuaa. lor, lelt yesterday lor Naw York and Boston. To-Usv tbrae Russian engineers from tho Cimbria pasted through Ellsworth ou tbelr way to New York. Tut officers in chargo aro endeavoring to arrange lor tho conveyanoo of men to lJaogor to lake the oara lor New York. ENGINEERS COM 1 NO SOUTH. Bangor, Mo., May 21, 1878. Thrto Russian engineers from tho Cimbria passed through this city to night <?? route lor New York. ANOTHER SHIP EXPECTED. Portland, Me., May 21, 1878. It Is rumorod hers that a sister ship to tho Cim bria is shortly expected at .southwest Harbor. THE RUSSIANS IN MEW YORE. The little Russian coterie now In this city, which has Its headquarters at tho Everett House and Weet minster Hotol, yesterday rocoived quite au addition by tho arrival ol four officers of superior rank trom the Cimbria. They cams from lioatoo and arrived In this city In the afternoon sod took rooms at tbs Westminster about Qve o'clock. Ouo of tbo party registered tbslr names. Tbey are Baron Un gcrn Sternberg and Messrs. K. Klooptue, O. Hagun* morn and N. Schosrnan. Baron Sternberg, who is the highest In rank aud pusseesea authority over tbe others, mads it his first business otter arriving to give order* that no representative of tbo pfsss should be allowud to % isit thorn. At I ho hotel ? L.. I'aiuulhs Avollsili (tPitifintiliAPir nml Altfihf!' tbey met Captains Aveilon, Orippenbsrg and AltxielT. Baron Sternberg IS a short, thick set man, apparently about fortv yoara of age. Ha waars a beard and mustache cut very close. His companions aro ail young, and have intelligent faces, with quick moving, expressive syes. tbey speak excellent English, but among themselves talk only Russian. THE rEMCELA EARTHQUAKE. WIDESPREAD DEVASTATION CAUSED BY SHOCKS ? THE KIVEES HEATED liY THE SUBTEBKANKAN EI BBS?THE TOWN OF CUA COMPLETELY DE SI BOXED. Havana, May 22,1878. Reports from the districts of Venezuela recently devastated by the great earthquake are arriving s.owly, but indicate u very widespread destruction of property and distressing loss of lile The town of Cua was completely destroyed by the heavy shocks of April 14, and all the surrounding planta tions and settlements shared the same late. Cua is about twenty-live tulles from Caracas, and has repeatedly suffered from eurtliciaakes. PHENOMENAL HEAT. Oelore and during the progress of the convul sion the heat over the districts visited became in tense. Even the r.vera were rendered unbearable for the fish, which leaped out of the water. The river Tuy was particularly attected in this way. SKVKUK SHOCKS. The severity of the shocks was greater than has been belore experienced by the present generation. It Is regarded as havihg been greater than those ot 1812, which caused extraordinary destruction. The damage indicted on the country cannot yet tie esti mated, but it is believed to reach over $100,000 in Caracas. IN FEAR AND TREMBLING. The inhabitants, although accustomed to visita tions of less severity, are in a state of panic since the earthquake occurred, Jearlng its recurrence. The most dismal rumors reach Caracas of the de struction of life In the Interior. Meantime dis tress prevails among the poor whose property has been ruined. The government is taking measures for their reliet THE ENGLISH TURF. FAVOBITES FOB THE DERBY?THE BETTINO YESTEBDAY. London, May 21, 1878. Ths betting on tbo favorites for tbo Derby Slakes, whloh will take pluce on Wednesday, Juno 6, at Ibo Epsom Samiuer Mootlog, is 11 to 4 against Sir Joseph and 11 to 2 each against Thuriu and lusulaire. THE FRENCH TURF. COUNT J4k.aHA.SaiL a CLEMENTINE THE FAVOR 1TE FOB THE FRENCH OAKS. Paris, May 21, 1878. Count F. do Lagrange's chestnut Ally Cidmeuline Is a strong favorite lor tbo French Oaks (Prix de Diane), which will bo contested at Cbantilly on Snn aay next, May 26. IKISH "NATIONALISTS. SENTIMENTS AND PLANS OF THE IIUSH OR GANIZATIONS IN REFERENCE TO CANADA IN THE EVENT OF A WAR BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. [BE TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.] Buffalo. May 21, 1878. Further inquiry among Irish loaders in thia vicinity, and Irishmen who are in correspondence with leaders of Irish organizations in other cities, tends to a better understanding of their feelings aud pur poses. The following summary may bo regarded as pretty trustworthy: ? Writ?The words "Fenian" and "Fentanlsm" have fallen into disuse with Irishmen, particularly Irish men who were formerly Fenians. Irish "National ists" and Irlsb "Rillemon" there are, though, who have tbo same longing lor the independence ot Ireland and the same hatred of British rale that were professed by the Fenian Brotherhood. NO RKl'HTll IO.X UP FORMER RAIDS. Second?Irishmen througnoal the Northorn Stales nnd the Canodas are wide awsxe aud looking for an opportunity to strike a blow for tboir national independence, aud to cripple or hamper Groat Britain, it possible; but at present no repe tition of lormcr Fonlan raids la generally Intended. Irishmen in Canada have no sympathy with sucb movements, wliieh would endanger their own homos and property and invoivo an outrage upon Canadian communities which have nevor done them any harm. Kaida are also discountenanced by the better and more Intelligent Irlsb patrioia on this Bide of the border, trom Ueuoral Shields downward. NO AID TO ENGLAND PKOM CANADA. Third?Irishmen aro preparing, however, to act In the contingency of war between England nnd Russia, should war bo declared, and should Great Britain attempt to recruit troops in Canada every lrishn.un with whom mo writer has conversed says ibe Canadian troops so recruited would huve all and more tbau they could do ut home. It is tbo settled purpose ot the Irish orgamxatious. who are now drilling and collecting arms aud money, to prevent the roinlorcoment of the British 0 runes trom this sido ol tbo Atlantic, "In ordor to prsveut it." said a prominent Irlab leader here to-day, "lUere would he not a raid luto bat an Invasion ol Canada, or at least such a demonstration in that direction as would keep the Dominion in a continual stato ol anxiety or alarm." IS AN INVASION IMMINENT? EXCITEMENT ALONO THE NORTHERN FRON TIER?CANADIAN THEORIES. North Trot, Vc, May 21, 1878. A correspondent has visited several ol tne principal towns on the Canadian border, and bo hnils everywhere the most intense excitement pre vailing. Tbo Dominion militia are supplied wiib arms and amjnunitlon, and aro ready at an hour's no tice to conoentralo their forces to repel invasion on the Canada bordef. Tbo soldiers claim that no doubt ox Ists In tbetr minds ihut an invasion Is immlneut, and that Irlsb nationalism arc now in large numbers, with tbo greatest secrecy possible, making their way Into tbe Interior of Canada with orders to coacentrate at different point* for onslaught on Montreal, Qucbeo, Ottawa and other prom inent Canadian town* Another tbeorv advanced Is tbat tbe Fenian demonstration Is merely a ruao originated and conducted by Uusslan agents in this country 10 ougrusa ino attention 01 the Dominion government to bsr borne interests and bring recruit ing lor Englub service in the Dominion 10 a dead stop, ll tins theory be true, the Fenian invasion is purely a seueallounl fiction. Another theory advanced Is that tho demonstration has Its inception iu the Provinces. To ascertulu tbo exact movements la next 10 impossible, !or all kind* ol rumors aro rile, ft is currently loported that urms and ammunition have for weeks past been brougbt into ibo 1'rovtnccs, where they arc now con coaled. Tho rumor that 10,000 men arc congregated In tho vicinity ol St. A1 Dans aud FairQold is groMly ex aggerated. Thore aro, w tlionl doubt, however, largo numbers of mou sc i tiered all along the line. Who and wbat Iboy aro the next lew days will show. PREPARATIONS FOR HARBOR DEFENCE. Halifax, N. 8., May 21, 1878. Iu addition to tho preparations made by lb* Militia Department .lor tbe dolcnoe ol the coast some 32-pouud*r rlfli guns bavo been sent to Liverpool, N. H., T.r tho protection of Ibo harbor. Instructors trom ibe Koyal Artillery sru to be cent to vsr:oua points on the coast to trsin artillery brigades. IlOW TO MAKE IUISH.Y1EN HAPPY. To tiis Editor or run Hkrald;? England is going toa war. She wants plenty ol good troope. Lot England hoy all of Ireland now owned by English and absentee Irish landlords, dislribulo It among Irish soldlors in freehold hind grants, and then let Ireland go. Tuts would chockmsto Feminism juet when it is most troublesome, and ruskc Irishmen happy. This Is n peaceful and practical solution ol tho Irish diflleuliy. VULNERATUd NUN VICTUd. INSURANCE CONVENTION. SVMACuas, N. V., May 21, 1878. The sixth annual convention of the State Assocla tlon ol Adjusting aod Supervising Firo Insuranco Agents was held hero lo-diy. All loading tiro Iniuriuco companies were represented, T110 follow ing officers were elected:?President, Alfred Uowoll, general agent el tho Republic Company, of Now York; V10* President, It. A. Lllllo, special agent of the Ulen'e Fall* Company, of New York; Secretary end Treasurer, James K. Hodges, ol the Star Com pany, ol New York; Executive Committee, 0. W. Palmer, special agent ol tbo Franklin, of Penn sylvania; 1). C. Usroao, superintendent ol lb* agendo* of the Imperial nud Northern England; H. S. l'seoo, of the Alius, ol New Yoru ; H. s. lUrney, special agent ol the Hanover, ol New York; Curtis Clark, general agent ol the W'eslcheeter, ol New York; J. B. Chair*, general agent ol the Hartlord, Conn. ; U. U. Buronull, special agent ol the l'Ucuulx, ol Brooklyn. TERRIBLE DISASTER. Six Men Suffocated in a Coal Mine. EXPLOSION OF GAS. Names of the Unfortunate Victims. Halifax, N. a, Hay 21,1S78. An explosion of gas, which occurred this mornins In tho new wing ot the Old Sydney Mines, resulted in the doalb of six mon. LIST OF TUB VICTIMS. The following are ibo uurnos of tho killed:? MURDOCH Mcdonald. HORY McNEIL. KOliEKl' HUTCHIN3. ROBERT MILBURN. OVERMAN GltKNWELL (chief. WILLIAM CRAM (assistant). The bodies of the two latter have not yet been re. covered. BKSCI IXO TUB MINSK8. The first persons to enter the mtuo aftor tho explo* slon were three brothers named Sullivan, who suc ceeded In rescuing thirteen ot tho cutlers who were overcome by tbe gas. They wero unconscious for some time, but all are slowly recovering. Sixteen pairs of cutters were at work here, lu tho South Side Mine a large number ot men were at work, but all escaped uninjured. One or tbo Suillvans was prostrated while searohtDg for tbe dead, but he was fortunately res* cued by his brothers. PAYING FOll THE lilOTS. WARREN COUNTY, N. J., FREEHOLDERS RE FUSE TO AUDIT THE BILL'S OF SPBCIAL DEPUTY SHERIFFS. [BY TELEGRAPH TO TnE 1IEB4LD.] Piiillu'shcro, May 21, 1878. Tbore la trouble In the lluaucial management ol' tbo affairs ol Warren county, N. J? caused by the recent Board ol Frooboldors and tbe Sboriff, who during iho July rlola deputized a largo number of depu ties, forty of wbotn put In claims lor sorvico rendered the county. Tbo claims rango from $114 to $150. Some of tbe men did not do a day's duty, but tbclr bills wore paid. Wbcu the new lloara ol Freeholders was organized a committee was ap pointor to iuvestigato the uccounts ot the Treasurer und Sheriff. UKFUSAL TO AUDIT TUB ACCOUNTS. At the moetiug ol the Board, held at Kolviderc to day, tbo treasurer presumed a new book and sot of vouchers, which tbo Board roiused to audit, and it is expected that the Sheriff will bavo to pay $8,000 or $10,000 out of bis owu pocket. Tbo Board consists ol twenty-one mem bers and Qlteuu ol them aro in lavor ol a thorough search into tbo doings ol tbe old Board, und expect to be ublo to eliow to iho taxpayers of tho county tbut tbey have boon cncatod out ol large sums ol mouoy. A HEAVY CLAIM. WILLIAM E. DODGE hUED FOR OVER HALF A MILLION ON AN ALLEGED FALSE REPRESEN TATION. Pittspikld, Mass., May 21, 1878. Tbo groat suit ol lUo Lcuox Plate Glass Company against William U. Dodgo, ot Now York, to recover damages to the amount ol $000,000, was begun In tho Supremo Court here tnu morning. Senator Dawos and ox-Dlstrlct Attornoy Sloarns are among the counsel, and ono ol the witnesses is Galusha A. Grow. Tbo case for the plalntill' is briefly this:?lu 1870 Mr. Dodgo and others wcro interested In a concern In Philadelphia which was making wblto glass Iroin cryollto. T'lio Plate Glass Com pany was making plate gluss in the Lenox tiirnnce. Mr. Dodge, us alleged by tbo plaint ill, in duced toe Glass Company to undoriako the manu facture ot this white glass or porcelain Irotu cryolite, representing mat It was very profitable, und tho Glass Company, trusting to these representations, invested all its proirertv lu (be business, and was utterly ruiuod. It was subsequently discovered, as alleged, mat whilo Mr. Dodge had bcon making representations of tho large profits inndo by the Philadelphia concern, mat concern was, In (act, bankrupt, aud that Mr. Dodge was personally liable lor an cuoriuous amount ol its duots. it la alleged tbul he made these representations to the Glass Coin* nsnyiand Induced it to enter upon the ouaiuess to ralluvn himself from Ibis load, l'ho suit Is based on these representations, which aro said to have heeu fraudulent, deceitful and made with intent to deceive. The dolence It a general denial of these charges. COMMUNISTS FINED. [DV TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.] Clkvklaxd, Ohio. May 21, 1878. Five of the socialist* who wore managers of the red flag picnic at Kindivatter's Garden lest Friday wero to-day flood In the l'ollce Court tor violating a city ordtuauco on tho occasion ol too Communistic gather ing. Tho troo ol tbo Communo cannot flourish In Cleveland soil. A BALD-PACED LIE, [by telegraph to tbe hetlaid. 1 Richmond, Va , May 21, 1878. A telegram from Athevllle, N. C., reports that the story published in the Pioneer slating that Ilald Mountain had boon rent, and which was substantially telegraphed to the Hkkalu last night, Is a lubrica tion?u lie out ol a wholo mountain. NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. THE POWHATAN EN BOUTS FOB NEW YOBE? L18T OP UKIt OFFCIEU8. Foktkkss Mosros, Va., May 21, 1878. The flagship Powhatan, Norm Atlantic atatton. Rear Admiral Trcnebard, sailed from this port to-day for New York, and will anchor olT Twenty-third street, North River. Tho Powhatan mado a crulan to the West Indies, Windward Islands and Spaulsb Main during the winter, aud Iho otUcora, were pleas nnily eutertalnsd In all the numerous ports visited, French, Iiaalsh, .Spanish, KdrIIsIi and Dutch. The flagship has a crew of flOO sailor* lifty marines and a band of eighteen piece.-. list or or kick a a The following Is a list ol ofllcvr*'? Rear Admiral Stephen D. Trenctinrd, commanding United Milieu nsvul lores, North Atlantic atatton. ? Captain?Thomas Scott Ftllebrown, commanding and Ctilol ol Stall. I.ieuteuuni? II. F. Tllloy, Flag Lloulonaat and Sig nal ofllcer. Socrol-jry? John S. Slodder. Clerlt?Edwara TrenchaML Chief Kugiueer D 11. Macomb, fleet engineer. Pay Inspector C P. Wallach, fleet paymaiter. Medical Inspector J V. lav lor, fl?nl aurgecu. Captain Henry J. ilishop, Ileal maritie ofllcor. I,nniimi .nl Commander Pienon K. Chauwlck, ex ecutive ofllcer. Lieutenant?A. J. Ivorson, navigator. Lieutenant? II. Arnold. Lieutenant?\V. 11. Roador. Lieatenant?W. H lleolilor. Mailer? Chauucey Ihoinna. Master?-J. c. Pre mom, Jr. Midshipmen?C. A. (love, R. T. Mulligan. Piiuh. d Assistant Engineers?It. it. iltno and C. J. Bablgliurek Passed Assistant Surgeons?W. & Dixon and K. Ashbridgo. ?Hocnnd Lieutenant? W. p. Riddle, Untied States Murine Corps. Captuln's Clerk?A. K. I'nrrl*. Paymaster's Clerks?W. V. Murlarty and A. E. Mori arty. Boatswain-Charles Miller. Gunner?Wiiliiim Cheney. Carpenter?W. M. Ilarrett, asllmaker?U. D. Many. SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATL PlILAbSLFNIA, May 21, 1878. The Society of the Cincinnati will begin H* triennial session to-morrow morning at tbo Alpine HoioL Among those who will he presont aro Hamilton Fish, President Ounirul; Alex Hamilton, New York, Treasurer General; the Hov. M. S. Hutton, New York, Chaplain; the Rev, Mr. Willet and Goneral Cochrane, New York; Judge timer, New Jersey ; General Schuyler, New York ; Ad miral Thatcher, General Roaewig sn.l ex-Mayor nam. uel C. Cohb, Itoatoij the H?v. Dr. Samuel It Lotbrop, Boston, an.l Dr. David King, Newport. (In Thursday a grand ban quel will bo given by the Pennsylvania Society to thu delegntcs. During their alav they will Visit points ol luteroat in the city. SIGNED BY THE'G^TEBNOR. ALHAMY, Muy 21, 187S. Governor Robtuson to-day signed ihe following bills:? Amending the act providing for security against extraordinary conflagrations, uu<l lor the croatlou ol' "[?if lunus by lire lukurunco companies. Kepcaliug Hie h'ewburg Vagrant Act. Authorizing me Bullalo Oily Cemetery to convoy certain lands to the city for streets. Amending Hie Supervisor act. Ameudiug the aot regulating coroners' fees. ltelitivo to auctioneers. Amending the ucl rel ilivo to oll'cuccs punishable by Imprisonment in Jails it ml by Hue. Providing ways ana means tor the support of tbo government. To faotltiato tho making of proors of dlscliargo from Slate Prison upon a trial tor a aecuud otlence. To uiuboriza tho Comptroller to compromise and settle old Judgments and contract debts. For the rebel ot Julia K. Stowurt. For tlio relief ol Palricg Kiuucy. To release certain real estate to l.eopold Mullonbon In Frio county. To contlrin official acts ol Italph L. Crook, notary public, in Kings county. For tho reiiel ol Catburino It.ishnch. To legalise acta of surrogates and others grantmg letters ol u imiuwiratiuo and to provide lor issuiug such letters In cortu u cases. Amending tho uct relating to courts, officers of justice and civil proceedings. Relating to powuis ot attorney by tnarriod women. Authorizing official seals lor the SupeiTiitcuuoul at Public Works, Superintendent ot Stuto Prisous and Statu Treasurer. Relative to taking clams and oyslors In the waters ol the Slate. Making an appropriation to pay an award to Peter Voorlilcs. Relative to tbo property and families of absconding persons. MORAVIAN CHURCH CONFERENCE ? Phila DULPiHA, Pa., May 21, 1878. Tho escond annual coufereuce of tho Second dis trict ot the Moravian Cburob began here to-day. Thirty-eight delegates were present, roprescuitng Qficcu churches. Mr. Herman Jacobsou, pastor of the First Moravian Cburcb, conducted the reilgious exercises and dellverod tbo address ol welcome. Right Rev. Bishop Uu Schweinitz was chosen president and Rev. C. Naglo secretary. Various committees were ap pointed, nod Bishop Do Schwotoitz read a paper on tho "Systeinatizjilou of florae Mission Support.1' The paper reviews the history ot homo in tedious In tho Church Ironi Its early establishment In this country to the present time, and says during tho past nino years the cost ol home missions was $14,491 28, mid the number ol coniuiuoiuaiiis was 7,786 ut iliu end ol the year 1876. lu 1870 the Synod trausiorred the whole work to the Bourd ol Church Ktteuslou. The cost of home missions is more than by the loriner plan, but us the present number ol coiumunioauis is 8,U"i, the extra amount can be easily uiaUo up by tbe organization ot a borne mission society lu every church. THE UTE INDIANS. Wasuiscton, May 21,1878. Brevet Major General Kdwurd Hutch and William Sllckney, of Washinulou, L>. C., and N. C. UcF*rland, ol Topoka, K.un , have been appointed commissioners to treat with ttio Uto Ionian?. Efforts will bo made to coutolidaie the southern and northern Utes on the reservation ol the latter on or near the White Kivcr. ALLEGED CONFESSION OF MUllDER. UYKKbTOwx, Pa., May 21, 1878. There tvas no olhcial Investigation to-day el the reported confession ot tho recently de ceased John Stoover, in which ho la said to have admitted participation In lour murder*. A Justice of tho poaco visited both llollelflntier and Daub, the parties to whom It was said Sloever made tho revelations, hut they were unable to produce the ante-mortem staiomout. KILLED ON TIIE HAIL. Bostox, May 21, 1878. Charles White, sentenced to the Houso ol Cor* rcctlon lor robbery, was instantly killed near Wost lioro to-dny whllo attempting to escape by Jumping from a train. Officer Powers, having nun in charge, In attempting to prevent uls escape, was also thrown out und seriously injured. SENTENCED TO HE HANGED. Oxaua, Nob., May 21, 1878. A despatch from Waboo says Dr. St. Louts, tho wile murderer, was to-day sentonced to be banged on September 20. MOLLY MAGUI14E liESPITED. Harkisiujko, Pa., May 21, 1878. Dennis Donnelly, itio Schuylkill Molly Magulre who wtis lo havo been bangod at l'otlsville to-morrow, was to-day respited by the Governor tor twonty duys in order to allow tbe coadcuued more lime lo prepare lor deutb. MIDNIGHT WEATHER 14 E POET. War 1'BPAnTlf mnt, 1 Office or tiik cuikf muxal officer, S Wamiinotox, May 22?1 A. *1. ) Indication!. For the lower lake reglou uod Middle Staler, rising baromeior, northwest to northeast winds, end cooler, clear weal be r, loiiowed lu Ibo former by tailing ba rometer and easterly to aouth winds. For Now England, occasional coast rains to-night, geucrally lol.owod during WoJuo.uay by rising ba rometer, northwesterly winds, cooler and generally clear weatbor. For tbo South Atlantic and Gull Stales, higher pressure, warm southwesterly winds, voering lo cool?r northerly or easterly, clear or partly cloudy weather and possibly occasional raius. For the West Gull States, risiog, possibly followed by tailing barometer. Increasing east to south winds, cooler, partly cloudy weather and rain aroas, except In Texas rising temperature. For Tenuossee and tbe Oblo Valley, rising followed by tailing barometer, cooler northerly winds, veering to warmer easterly or souilioast, partly cloudy woatber and possibly, In westeru portions, rain. For tbe npper lake rssion. Upper MIsaDsippI and Lower Missouri valleys, falling baromoter, increasing easterly to southerly winds, warmer and |?rtly cloudy weather, with rain in tbo last, aud possibly extending to the tocond district. Tbo Mississippi continues slowly rising from St. Louis to Memphis, and tbo Upper Ohio slowly tailing. Cautionary sigouls coniiuuo at Cap# Loo a out, Cape Hatteras, Kitty Hawk, Cape Henry, Tbatcbet's Island, Portland and Kaslnort, and olT shore signals at Sandy Hook, Uarnegat, Atlantic City and Cups May. THE WKATtlKlt YK8TKKDAY. The following record will abow the changes In ths temperature lur the pael twonty.lour hours, In com parison with tha corresponding dato of lust year, as indicated by too thermometer at Haduut's pharmacy, 11 a a a lu Huilding, No. 218 liroadwuy:? 1877. 1878. 1877. 1878. 3 A. M tit 62 3:3) P. IK... fit 70 <i A. M 62 hi <i P. M 02 72 H A. 41 N 6? U I*. M tit) t.7 12 M 71 00 12 P. M ;?7 02 Average temperature yesterday 03 4' Average temperature lor corresponding dale last 63x THE DEAF AND DUMB. The New York Institution for the Instruction ol tbe Deal and Duinu held Its anuual mooting yesteidsy afternoon at their institution on Washington Heights. Tbo following directors of tns first class were re electedMorris K. Jo,up, Henry K. Ilavies, Thatcher M. Adams, GoirgeF. Kelts, Sumuel Thome, Samuol O. Ituflman, George A. Kobblna and John K. Itrady. After the fcnstbcss meeting tbe guests to tbs number ui SOU were Invllcdaio 11 dining room, where they pir took of a choiee collatioo. Dr. Iaunc L. Peels, the principal of tbo institution, then exhibited bis apiest pupils, interpreting tho slgna ol lbs deaf mutes lor Ibo beuellt ol the audience. IN 'HIE CANAL. Monday afternoon Margaret Docker, wife of Joseph, living in tho Seventh wara, Trenton, com mitted suicide by drowning hersell in the leader ol the Delaware and Kuritsn Canal, at Greene street bridge, becauao her husband earn# homo drunk and commenced beating her. A one armed man unmed O'Dnnohuu nttcm pled lo aavo her and waa nearly drowned bltnsell. Her body waa re covered In about an hour. A HINT TO 'I HE BUOOKLYN POLICE. An Inquest was hold last evening beforo Coro ner Stroma aud a Jory at tbe Wasbiogtoa airoet station house, Brooklyn, touching the doalb ol James MeCafttol, who died at fhe City Hospital on last Saturday weex from n Iraclure ol tbo skull auatnioud by falling down a flight ul alaira at Sees Hall, Fulton street. Tbe Jury returned it verdict in accordance WltD tbe facta, and added:?"We recommend a more careful examination of lujnred or atCK 1 eraons by lbs police or itospital aurge ins ni ts thtsly fitness lor being placed 10 a station house cell ovar ntfciu <>n the ohsrge of lutoxication, instead of being carried lo their resi dence or to the hospital." NEW YORK COLLEGE. THE ATTfcMPr TO REDUCE THE SALAXIZB A FAILURE - $500 FOR A LIUllAItY CATALOGUE. Tue recent uttempt made to reduco tbo salaries ot tbe president and teachers of ibe College ol tbe City ol New York en Jed yesterday lu a grand bunco. Tbe trustees of the college, consisting ol the member! of the Bourd of Education, with President Webb ai cjc officio member, met yesterday utiernoon, at lour o'clock, in tno building of tbe Board, corner ol Klui end Uraud streets, President Wood in tbo cb nr. Bovcntceu trustees were proseut. Tbo minutes ol tbo Kxccuovo Committee meetings of tluy y and lt> were Mitooled. Puisuuut to u rosolutiun adopted Oy the cummilteo tbe trustees voted to pay $600 to Pioletsor (.buries U. Herder maun ror preparing wilb great cure uud accuracy, ulplitbetlcul uud uualyiioul catalogues ol the boogs in the collogu library, uud lor making important uud desiruOld changes iu tbe urruugeuieui ol tbo books, l bis was done us "uu express ou ol tnoir approval ol Pro lessor Herbcrmsnu's catalogues, and ol iho assiduity and intelligence bestowed in their preparation.'* then the question ol sularies came up. Mr. Jellllle moved tho adoption ol (lie reductions ree.ommuuded by tue Exeoutlvo Cumm ittec. Those rccoiuuieu hiiiuus were as lohows:?to ruduue tbe president's salary Iroiu $3,75u to $7,500; eleven pruiostors' sularies from *4,760 to $4,600; teu tutors' sa uries Irom $'d.6oo to $11,376; two tutors' Iruin $3,600 to $3,000; increase Ol two tutors iroiu $ 1,Son to $3,000; reduction of another tutor's sulury iroui $1,100 to $1,600. four others Irom $1,300 to $1,140, registrar's sulury Irom (3,000 to $1,600, president's eccretun Irom *1 loo to $1,000, two jaultors Irom $1,300 lo $1,140 The total suvlug thus proposed would he $0,810 a your. Mr. Wickhain moved us a substitute ihul the salary ot tue preside u I be reduced to $7,500 us proposed, and that the reduction on all tbe Miliars he live pur sent, with the exception ol the salaries ol tbe proles sors ol Hpumslt luuguago and l.loruturo uud desorlp live geometry uud drawing. Mr. Wneoier moved to lay both propositions on tho table, and bis motion was curried ny * vote ol 13 lo 4 On motiou ol Mr. Jcllillo instruction in inoustrial drawing was made a prerequisite lor tbo eutrauco ol any siudeut into tbe college alter next year, Tbe trustees ttieu adjourned. STREET SPRINKLING. Tbo result oi tbs Tamtuauy AlJerniautc caucus Of Monday last was made manliest yesterday at tbo rog ulur mooting of tbe Board, wbou an ordinance was In troduced by Aldermuu Suucr which praciicully lakes' away tbo power of grsutlng licenses lor sprlukliog streets Irom tbe Deparlmout of l'ablio Works. Tlio llrst section oouiuins tue main leuturus ol ibis or diuuuee. It provides us lollows; ? Tho Registrar o' Penults in the Mayor's Ofllco. under the supervision uud direction ut tho Mayor, Is Hereby uuth.ir iie<l ami directed to grant licenses to such persons as .hull he recuujiaeiided him by the Couiinltleo -u Htrsst Pave luuuts ol tbo Hoard ol Aldsrineu, or it majority tbereoi, wlin shall couitily with the conditions of this m uinamra. lor nerinission to use Proton wutor irom siicii ol the puulic hy drant* its may be designated by the Commissioner ?l Pub lic Works, and shall be located on the routes respectively ol the persons so licensed, or tailing to make snub designa tion from the li vdrants now or hor> totoro used lor such pur pose lor sprlukllug lliu streets ot this city. Persons procuring licenses are compelled, under section 3, to pay to tbo Department ol Public Works one and u hull ceuls for every 1UU gallons ol water that uiav he used by tlioin lor sprinkling the streets. The oriliuauce wus laid over lor luturu cousidera tioo, as the Tammany members could ibuu ouly count on oluvon votes lu luvor oi it. OUR PARKS. A resolution was pasted by tuo Board of Aldermen on lbs 26th ol March culling upon the 1'ark C'ouituls ?loneri to furnish certain tnlorination as to the amount ol expenditure and tbo nature ol the work dune on the various park* ol tho city (rem the let ot January, 1876, to the 1st or Ma-oh, 1878. This Information was lurnlshed to the Uoird at its regular meeting yesterday. The appropriations lor tho spccilied years were as lollows.?1875, $o8l,000; 1870, $405,000; 1877, $280,072; 1878, $316.(0i>. I be expenditures were: - 1876, $577,780 10; 1870, 1457,004 06; 1877, $3iO,U5ii 22} 1878 (up to March 1), $43,407 CO. The uuiuuul ex pended on the various small parka and squares, and also tho amount paid to laborers employed on each, are next given lu tbo report in dotuil. The expenditures on Tompkins Park are sot forth as follows:?1876, $20,748 00; 1876, $42,720 54; 1877, $1,230 78. Tho anionras paid to laborers lor work on tho park during the tame period were:?1876, $1,046 07; 1870, $1,074 00; 1877, $805 76; 1878, $112 20. The remainder ot the report Is taken up with a lengthy account of tho labor performed on each park during the years apuciiled. bHOOTING AT A PICNIC. The Gorman Lutheran Church, In West Porty-nlnih street, held a picnlo at Natioual Park, Hixty-sccocd street aud Tenth avonue, Mouduy evening, uud a uumber of young rowdios got over the lence and forced their way en tho plutiurra. The proprietor ot the park, Fritz Kasefuug, made sevorul iueUcctual at tempts to drivu ihum off, and the iu-t tune, winch was about eluvou o'clock, several ot then, afcsaullod him with stones und brickbats, oue of the- luifsilos hilling him under the lull ear aud auoihorover Ihe rigbleye. Mr. Kuae-fuug became so much e-xssporated mat be drew a revolver uud Ured one- shot in the direction ol the youug rullUus I ho ball took efleci in ruo lower puri el tno right leg ol u lad uutiicd Michael Ziogkr, ol No. 418 West Foriy-niniu street. Z.egler Wis laken to the koriy-sevouili street station ueuso, where the ball wee extracted by l'oiico Surgeon Wa tsiiuan, und the suQerur wue ublo to go to Ina home. Frits Kisolung was urresled by Ulllcer MeArdle, of tho '1 weniy-secoiid precinct, yusturuay, und brought beiore Jud,.o dully at tbo Fiity-sevuutb Street Police Court, lie claimed te liuvu acted in sell-delcuce, Lut was held in $5;0 bail lu auswer. A COSILY DRUNK. Michael Lano, formerly a soldier, came 10 New York on Monday to draw an accumulated pension of thir teen years whteh had been kept iroin him because of some difficulty in the VVur Department concerning his claim, lie received $700. The cHocl of his sue* cess was overpowering. lie Immediately wont on a grand jubilation with tbo tnoucy hi his pocket. Ills Ural act was to buy a now suit el clolbta; his second to luko a drtuk. His subse quent ucta worn similar to tbc nun last uicliliouad. Marly yesterday morning wh'lo Officer Kelly, or tho Fourteenth precinct, was patrolling through the glum aud murky byway known us "Happy ulley," bordor lug on llaxtor streot, bo aaw a loiin reclining in tuo gutter. The object proved to ho the soldier Lane. He was deep in tho uiubraco ol the hucchauallau god. It rtquirod threo policemou to tuke him to tbo station house. There it was discovered that hie money was gone, not even a penny being left to remind him of his $700. Ycstsrduy he was urrilgned balore Judge Mor gan at tno loiubs, who, thinking bis punishment in baviog lost his uiouoy was ouuugh, allowed him logo TEN O'CLOCK OR NO RUE AK FAST. It all happened because he bad Slept too late. Hie elslor Annto had told him ompbulicaliy that If he did but arise beiore leu A. M. he could have no break last at home. He aroee at lull peat ton and demauded bis breakfast, only to be refueod. Then be stole liar lowelry end pawned it, gelilug tn? breakfast out of the proceeds and sending her tho ticket. Mbe had him arrested, nut in tbo Court of Kptciul Suasions yesterday she relented. I ho Court, however, thooyht he rhoold ho puuiahed. Hence on the rt-eord a p. pears:?"Llppmano Uppenbolni, ten days City Prison.' THE NOILS T1UAL. In his trial at Newark, N. J., yoswrflay, Mr. Benji rnlo Noyee tesliflod that If the usiots mentioned in the first stuiemeni of Mr. Sled well had been turned over to the National Capitol them would h ivo been sufficient to efioat a full reinsurance; ho bud no idea but tlisl the aeeeta wuro vulu >blv and that there wero others then those turned over to lilm on the luglit ol the trauaier in Now York. L'ihju tho conclusion of Mr. Noyce' teetimooy eoveral wni.ciie- froiu Connec ticut leanUed that hie reputation lor honesty was ex cellent. ADVANCING HIE PRICE OF COAL, The Board of Cootrol of tbo anthracite eoel regions met yesterday in the building of ibo Delaware and Hudaon Oanal Company, and decided that I lie output ol coal to July I shall be T,ouo,coo toua; the output to June 1, 1.74U,ouu, against 2,22.1,boo during tin- same tune last year. The prices of steamboat coal, largest aise, were advanced leu coats; egg, fliteeu cents; stove, twenty eonts, and cue*unit, tmeutv-Uvo cvnts, |.cr ton. THE POLICE COMMIBSlONKBSHlPd. Tbo Committee on Police and Hotltb of the IJonrd of Aldermen yeaterday reported aguintt confirming Mr. George Jonea na Polico Coin tula* inner, In accordance with Ilia gentleman'* own ri |U< ?l. Alderman Morrie olli red an amendment requeatihg lb?i Mayor to with, draw tbo nomination, but it woo voted down?14 to 0. I ho report was ihon adopted ut.animonaly, Mcatra Wheeler aud Khrtiardl consequently ellll ra in am In olllco aa Police Communion, ra. MUNICIPAL NoTES. The Iron floating hatha will open on Juno L Tbe Cumuiiaaloner ol l'ubllc Work* baa beon di rected by tne Aldortnen to report bla reaaona lor giving permiaaioo to the Now York titrated Kallroad Company to altor tbo lino ol the curbstone and width ol tbe sidewalk on tbo eaat aide ol tbe Uowery, corner of Third meet COLON Kit'ri OFFICE. In accordance with tbe new lew which catna into elTvct oo tho 20ttt met. directing that tbe deputy cnronera be eteetod hy n majority volo ol tho Hoard of Coronary, thoee ofllci.il* met last evening, and, by a iiiiauimoua volo, re-ol-drd the pfNttt IBCtinheuta? namely, lira. Cutbuian, Miller, MactVhiuule aud Uoldaebtuidk REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Tho Kspublican Central Committee held their regular monthly meeuug lost evuuiug at lte publican Hill, Watt Thirty-third street, AU?r man Joseph C. Tmckuey id tbo chair and Solon it. Dowitt secretary. Tbo meeting w?j called (or olgbt o'clock, and at that lime tbe i.umber ol inn id ben lu the hall wrus so siuall It aeomed evident ibat thorn would not baa quorum. Tnero aero certain gentlemen who wished to go on at any rate, and m me a decide I but (utile eiiort to mat end. From what could bo gathered a tor the meeting II seem* there was a emeus ot the leaders held \e.-tertlay alleruoou, uiiu It was decided that uo meeting should bo held last tiiubi, and to in-uro that lact mallera wero tu arranged that that I hero should uol ho a quorum preauuL I ho reusou or adjournment till aomo luture duta if a tid to be ceriaiu rcsulutlous couuemuatory o( 1'rosi dent Hayes* pulley, based ou Mr. Uowo's speech, wmch wero brought up at the previous meeting aod laid over till hut night. For hall an hour or so alter the uojouruniehl knots ol republican politicians stool around the coru ;r ol Thirty third street and iiroudwu); hut low, ll any ol them gave vent to any tuuro decided opihtoo than that iiiado by un indiguaut memhor irotn an uptown district, who said, 'I nuess Mr. Iluy.s will bud out uo will buvo to coma into the traces yet." POLITICAL NOTES. 1 ho Charleston Courier (dam.) a-.ks the question? "Is this u good time to reduce tho regular army uud, lu aubwer to It, skutchos the propornous o( tbn socialistic danger threatening the government. The Hartford l'ost (rep.), May 14, lu speakiug of Mr, Toiler's resolutiou, says :?"ll is a crime against tbs llepuhlic, conceived in cold blood, aud for the Ignoblt purpose ol losiertog party paa-lou and gaining part) advantage." Tne Tulladelpbia Ledger (rep.) says that "quite un consciously iho partisan pupurs pay Mr. Ulover a handsome compliment by their rldicnle, (or he baa always Insistau ou (sliding his flub, whatever It may he, and scemi really to be Qsbtng lor rogues, without regard to tbeir politics." TheCleveluud Leader (rop.) sajra that tbe democrats In redisricting Ohio Intended to placo Geucral Gar. Hold's residence in a democratic district. When they had douo they fouud that they had not been well In* lormcd as to tho location ol his domicile, and ha still lives In a congenial political atmosphere. Tho i.iui.ivilie Commercial advocates turning ovei tho management of the lodoritl Agricultural lluroau to the Smithsonian Institution, "to the labors ot which its objects are strictly german." "Tho Fishery Commission might also be attached to It." The (.'o?? vutrcittl souths to have got the cart bofore tho horse. Tuiladelphia Times (Ind.):?"It Is a little slgnitlcant that a mealing ol tbo National Groehback Labor Slat# Cotnmilloe Iiub boon called lor next Tuesday, ut Har rlsburg. Tuesday is the day bcloro the meeting ol lb? Democratic Stale Convanllon, and II Judge Donlloy'a dccliuatlou ol tho uomlnatlon lor Supreme Judge la in the hands ol Chairman lie wees, the democrats may find a now candidate forced on meir bauds by tbo placing ol Judge Agnow on the natlonul ilckot." HOTEL All RIVALS. Inspector General Randolph li. Marc/, United States Army, and William M. Wudiy, President ol the Cen tral Railroad ol Georgia, are at the New VorlL Colonel John Hay auJ Amusa Stone, ol Cluvol-tud, uud Lieu tuouut Commander FredorlcK Ponrsou, United States Navy, are at the Windsor. Geueral Daniel Tyler, of Alabama; Kdwurd Avery, of Uoiton, aud Joseph t'uilizer, of St. Louis, ure at tbe Filth Ave nue. Lx-Congressraau O. D. Muiteson, or Utlca, and Edmund Hurlco, ol Now Hampshire, are at tho Metropolitan. Sonutor Charles ilughos, of Sundy Hill. N. V., Is at tbe Slurleyatit. Captain Coolc, of tbe steamship Russia, Is at tbe lircvoorL llov. I)r. Car tnody, ol New Haven, is at the Grand Central. Tboaias Dicksou, Prcsidont ol tho Delaware and Hudson Canal Coinjiuny, ts nt the Gilsoy. Ex-Senator John P. StocK ton, ol New Jersey, Is at the St. James. BLEMISHES AND Dl F.ASKd OF THE SKIN nnd rheumatic palm arc removed hv til.AAA's SOLl'UU* Soar. TWO SCRNBSI hocus 1st.?Two hirers by moonlight olono. He?"Yen or.cht tu know I love you. darling." she looks down, liliishok nnd?snuff-. lie ?* Don't you love lae Ju-t me least little bit?" Shu?"Yes (snulli, I love you ever so much i-tiiiir> ; 1 could die lor you." (Snuff aud kisses ad Intlnitum. hcuno dd ?One year aftor marriage. lie?"Confound Itl I wish you would break tour-ell'of that disgusting hault of sinilthi.." Shu (ileprecatiiiglyi ? "I can't help It, Charlie. I've hsd the catarrh four or li-co years," He -"Forgive ids, dear. I didn't menu to be cross, nut In the name ol Cupid, got some ot Dr. Sauk's Cataukii Itussnr. Tl.ey say H Is a sure cure You know ltd. Ilrown, they ear ho was uicur able. audit cured Iniu eoinnl tely," she ?"I'll do anythlug to please you, Charlie." (Interesting tableau I A. ?MOODIK S ?ULPHUK-YAK SOAP COM MUNI c ites a velvety sollui'ss to the sklu, preserves its white Mas, perpetaalee beauty. hair dye ? ii.ucii?r.(tics"" heTt; sold WW ilru slats; pruperlv applied, at celebrated Wig Factory, Hi Hood St. PRINTING OF ALL KINDA DONK CIIKAF not CASH A I' Til K METROPOLITAN JOB PKlNllNU OFFICE. 38 ANN' ST. SUMMER SHOES.?A CHOICE SELECTION AND large variety. EUGENE FERRIS A rUN. Bl Nassau St., west side. "THE QUEEN OF SllKRA" would wouder at a c lating ol dlamumls on a pure crystal has-. 'I'lie-e ure I'ailsiuu Diamonds, lor sale only at IIC M I'll KK Y's, .Ii' - % Her. Kill ltroadway, corner or Ulb si.. New 1ork. Seud for the "Circlet ul tioms." Malted tree. 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