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a vwr 1- ' mtr OLUME 4, NO. 12. BÜTTE, MONTANA: TUESDAY, AUG. 26, 1879. WHOLE NO. 170 Suffe 'peeRfy joiner. UIlLlHHEn EVERY TUBSDA Y MORNING —BY THE— iner Publishing Company. T, BROW ÿ, I I I : : I : B usines« Manager. TERMS—BY MAIL: copjr «ne mon tta.......................... » BO copy six months......................... 3 00 copy twelve months.................... 6 oo Delivered by Carrier, BO etc. per month ; paya o to the Carrier each month. Advertising rates will be furnished on appli Itlon. !.. färofessioifiil (Pardi. [USSIG-BROD & JOHNSTON Physicians and Surgeons, Office—On west Granite St., opposite Masonic Building. BUTTE, MONTANA. Will attend to professional calls In Butte and Ictnity. Fred. M. Turnbull, M. D. f Physician and Surgeon, ttk city. ....... ....MONTANA. 3c . W . BEAL, IVT . XD . Physician and Surgeon, (Office at Residence) VTTE. . • . MONTANA in town and country promptly attended f l-3m O. IB. WHITFORD, Physician and Surgeon, DkWolfk. I,. A. lino wn. 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Rce upstairs in the Stevens Building. Main St. CALEB E. IRVINE, OTARY PUBLIC, — AND— JiiNtiee of the Peace. HUTTJS, MONTANA. 'ffic i»on Bi mulway. north of School House Block. ALFRED J. URLIN, NOTARY PUBLIC —AND— CONVBYA MOKR, Ur.Y .ST., GZ.JSND.iLR, M. T. Arastra For Sala. sale, the Champion Arastra, situated in Quioi,. i«« or particulars apply to A. J. RUNDELL, Butte, M. T. Estrays Taken Up. Une to the premises of the fiubscril>er about first of July, 1879, two horses described as >Wn: One sorrel freldink', branded on left [ Jhler ; brand illegible. One brown gelding. & no visible brands. Weight of each about i pounds. The Owner is requested to prove GEO. A. HINES, Watchmaker and Jeweler, At Dellinger A Hyde's Store, Main street, BUTTE, MONTANA, Watohes and Ulooks Cleaned and Repaired. THE REFAIRING OF FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, Jewelry repaired and made to order from native gold or silver ; Diamonds rnset, etc., otc., DAVIS «Sc BENNETT, ASSAYERS, Late of Utah Territory. 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Stair Railtlinff a Specialty. OFFICE Fl TtNJ TV1ÎK AND NDOP ll'OA'/i Done with neatness a'd dispatch Shop on West Granite St... near Dunn's Paint Shop. RUMLEY 5 S ASSAY OFFICE. ESTABLISHED IN MONTANA IN 1362. Now located on |*arkstreet,onedoo» from Main. Jl l TTR. MON! \A NA . Gold, .Silver, Copper, Lead. Tin, and Cinnabar ores assayed and returns warranted correct. Prices to suit mill owners and prospectors. Sumiilctt received by mail ami returns for warded promptly. » Bwnlry'* Raient Rfwi'-jtiju! far Stile. Seqd for circular. C.T1ARLKK RDM LEY. 1 ui te V ni tod sta ten Assn ver. MILK! MILK! THE PROPRIETORS OFiTHE GtEtOViG GULCH DAIRY are now prepared to supply the people of Butt« with PURE MILK AT TIIK I.OW HATH OK 'I'walvc Qimrt 1tckel> for On«' Dollar. Or Ten ( Vnta per single Quart. G. W. MSKHTtKR * OO. Hu rTK. May «. IKI». BURNETT HOUSE, GLENDALE, J. ./. BURNETT - PROPRIETOR. A WKLl. 8KT TABLE. NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS. NO BAR OR SALOON ABOUT THE PREMISES. TELEGRAMS! UNITED STATES. Washington, Aug. 18.— Secretary Sher man, who leaves for Ohio to-morrow, being questioned concerning the future financial operations of the Treasuiy replied : "Treas ury operations will probably hereafter have no material efiect oil the money market, l'robably before the first of October nearly all called bonds outstanding amounting to about forty-seven million, will he presented for payment und will he paid for through the clearing house of New York. As much of this money will go to di lièrent parts of the country elsewhere than New York, the pay ment may cause some movement of currency fr in that city, hut it will naturally soon come back again. After refunding opera tions are closed out Treasury payments will be equai'to our receipts and no more, except a small balance of fractional currency fund which Congress required to be paid out, w 111 oil will be probable amount of gold im ported in paymentJ'or breadstulis, etc. I do not think the movement of gold to this country will bo very large. It. is evident our exports will be greatly in excess of our im ports mainly of breadstuff's, meats and cotton, but the excess will be paid for largely by American securities held abroad. 1 wish they would all come back. Still some gold will come and our domestic production of gold will stay here. This will give the banks an excellent opportunity to provide them selves with coin reserve instead of United States notes of which this reserve now con sists. U. S. notes will all be wanted in active use to handle largest crops and largest busimess wo have ever had." Interviewer said: "Iiow about the price of silver? Has it advanced?" "Yes, the price of silver is advancing somewhat. There is better de mand for silver for China and therefore the price is higher in San Francisco than in New York." Cincinnati, Aug. 18.— G. U. Bussing & Co., bankers, who were recently reported i-obbed of live thousand dollars, to-day made an assignment to Judge Patrick Mai ion. Liabilities estimated atone hundred thousand dollars. Assets believed to be sufficient to cover indebtedness. It is now reported that the loss by robbery amounted to ten thou sand seven hundred dollars. Memphis, Aug. 18.—Eight new cases were reported to noon tosday ; six white and two colored. Five deaths have occurred. \ iCKSBVito, August 18.—■The Herald says: Ex-President Davis has not said, as the Pan ama Star reported, that he will not accept if elected to the United States Senate. Mr. Davis' positio«i may complicate the Senator ial race very much. Buffalo, August IS.—The Courier says , The Democracy will be united in the ap proaching canvass. They do not inten.1 to merely nominate candidates for State officers, they mean to elect them. 'The Buffalo Erprcsr says r It—fnoks"? though Robinson's goose is to bequietly cook ed by a sort, of simmering down process, while the pious and loving brethren are get ting ready to go to church or to Tilden. Tile Tribune's Washington special says : Mlitterings of the Virginia campaign are al ready heard in Washington. Genera! Ma Iione and 1ns party of rcpudlators have suc ceeded in rending the Conservative party in twain, carrying part of the State Committee with them. Shrewd observers say tlie De publicans stand a fair chance for success. Gen. Disondorf, of New York, a leading Vir ginia repudiate!', who is thoroughly familiar with political affairs in his State, says the Ma hone faction of the Conservative party is us ing every effort to induce Republicans to vote with them to upset the debt compromise agreed upon between the State Legislature and llie creditors of the State. As a simple matter of right and honesty, lie says, the lie puolieans of Vliginia do not look with favor upon the compromise, because it. cheats the creditors out of part of their dues, but know ing tliat the settlement already agreed upon is the most favorable one that can be obtain ed, the Republicans will almost unanimously vote with the more honest element of ilie Con servative party and preserve the agreement. St. Louis, August. 18.—A number of new or amended laws particularly affecting St! Louis, passed by tlie Legislature last winter, went into effect to-day. Those of chief in terest apply to gamblers, lottery men and prostitutes. The lottery law makes it a jin able offense for a lottery company to adver tise, or for a newspaper to publish the adver tisements of lotteries. The law against gam bling makes l be act of gambling or going into gambling houses a misdemeanor Unable in not over one thousand dollars. Thu same penalties apply to prostitutes. The execution of these Jaws is in the hands of tlie police of ficials, and the police commissioners say they are a going to make a dyspentte onslaught on gamblers and lottery men. They intend to stop all street walking, close all assignation houses in respectable neighborhoods,and res trict prostitution in every possible manner. lLvitiiisiiurui, August 18,—Tlie partially decomposed remains of a body, supposed to be that of Samuel E. Albright, who killed Mr. K. Miller at Moiegomery's Ferry. Perrin t 'utility, August 7th, were found in a cave near tlie scene of tlie murder. It is supposed that after committing the murder Albright killed himsell. Wasaixgton, August 18.—It is ascertain ed at the State Department that the despatch of Consul Mushv at Hong Kong relating to Chinese emigration, published in lo-dav's pa pers, w as noted upon immediately upon its receipt. The Department directed him to comply with its former instructions, which required all fees for emigration collected to lie accounted for and deposited in the Treas ury, and tliat the examination which lie was authorized to make should he complete and thorough. At the same time a consulate officer of long experience in consular service despatched Io Hong Kong and other ports to make a complete investigation of the whole subject of Chinese emigration, in its relation to consular servie, as w ell as of other matters on which information is desired. Reports on these subjects are expected ai an early day. All allusion to Seward is an error, as he was novel' a Consul at Hong Kong. "* N K w York, August 19.—The Tribune's Salt Lake correspondent, an old resident of Salt Lake, says that at no time since the coming of Johnson's army to Utah, more than twenty years ag.>, have the leaders of the Mormons felt that they had so much cause of apprehension as now. Tlie city is in a state of unusual excitement, and Gentiles and Mormons, who In ordinary times look upon one another with suspicion and distrust, are now indulging in threats against each other, and the community seems to be drifting into a state of feeling which, to say the least, is not assuring, and causes much apprehension among the conservative men of both classes. The Tribune thinks there is a possibility of a riot or street byln, but no more serious trou ble. New York, August 19. —A special from Plymouth, England, says : Lieut. Carey is expected to arrive here to-day. He will be met. by a committee presenting the following addresses: "We, the undersigned, men of Plymouth, In welcoming you back to your native country, desire to express entire con fidence in your valor as a British officer and honor as a gentleman and sincere sympathy in the trying circumstances in which you were placed." An address signed by one thousand names obtained within a day or two stated tliat after the court martial's sen tence of death had been set aside tlie Duke of Cambridge urged tlie Queen to dismiss Carey, but she declined and has been reso lute in bis favor. A recent Liverpool paper has the following on the movements of Henry M. Stanley whose arrival in Africa was recently noticed: Ho lias steamed direct to the Congo intend ing opening that river to commerce from tlie west coast. A steamer laden with goods has been dispatched from Antwerp within the last luoiitli under the patronage of the King of the Itelgians. This steamer will remain at the Congo till Stanley's arrival and has on board two or three steam barges it; sections. Stanley intends to ascend the Congo carry ing these seetions piecemeal and going as far as Alla falls. A letter trem Dr. Miner, Mrs. Stewart's physician, after denying the report that she lias been deceived into tlie belief tliat lier husband's body was recovered asserts that the aims of the story showed before the pub lic by tlie thieves'counsel was undoubtedly ta call lier attention to the fact tliat the body was still in the hands of the thieves; a fact she has known all along. The thieves and their cousel have played their last card but the game is not finished yet and l lie liual issue can neither be hurried nor delayed by ■such transparent devices. Eureka, Nov., Aug. 19.— The coal war has broken out afresh. The Sheriff's posse at tacked a coal ranch at Fish Qreek between Sunday and dark last evening; many shots were fired, and five men, Italians, were killed and six badly wounded. Several prisoners were taken. None of the Sheriff 's posse re ceived scarcely a scratcii in the figlrt. This causes many people to believe tliat the coal burners were not armed, but on the other hand the messenger reports that the Italians fired tlie first shot. The exact truth can not he ascertained until the return of the Coroner. The Sheriff' 's party numbered nine men, and the messenger asserts they were confronted by 100 Italians all well armed. General Sabin, commanding the division, had only yesterday issued an order relieving the military com panies from active duly. On learning this morning of tlie Fisii Creek fight lie prumul do àtiMt another order mustering tilt in ail in again. New York, Aug. 19.—Hendricks informed a Sun reporter yesterday that he had not al | tered his mind since lie wrote the letter re | fusing to take the second place again on tlie J Democratic ticket. He said one condition of j success next year was a candidate for Presi j dent whose record it is not necessary to dis own ur explain away. " With such a candi j date, for whom there is no need to apologise, ! we will win. and not otherwise." The Re ( publicans of Indiana are almost solid for It 'int. There isn't much in the Sherman 1 boom in the West. I Tlie Tribune Washington special says that i Congressman Morrison, of Illinois, who ar rived here yesterday, said that "The fraud , issue will be made more prominent in the I canvass next winter than at the last session, and tliat it will undoubtedly constitute the leading question in tlie Presidential canvass ; i though this would not involve the necessity , of putting forward Tilden as tlie Democratic candidate." New York, August 19. —Ex-Governor Waruiouth at Long Branch staled to a re porter tliat be didn't think the Republicans : could count, on a single Southern electoral ; vote in eighty. The Democrats prefer Bay aid, but they want a candidate sure to carry New York, Now Jersey, Connecticut, Indi ana, California, and possibly Ohio, and they fear Bayard cannot -do this,. Tilden was : never their choice, and since '70 his course bus been a disappointment to them. Tim Times' Washington special says: A Republican member of Congress lias airivcd here after ; n extended trip 'lirongb the West 1 cm States, and says the sentiment of the - masses is unquestionably favorable to the nomination of (.rant. This gentlemen took I special pains to ascertain the public sentiment ! on this question, and improved every oppor ' turnt;.' to converse with those witli whom he : was throw n ......intact. He is satisfied tliat I Um people are for Grant as first choice, and i the next is Blaine. In Indiana, Illinois, : Michigan. Ne'wiiskti, Colorado, Nevada, and ! California the people express their decided preference lor Grunt, while in loiva and Kan sas Blaine seems to he the favorite. Minne sota people lalk of Senator Windoni. ■SoocKRllit.K, Mass., August It'll—By the ! fall of a rotten bridge across the Housatonio a wagon and six occupants went into the 'liver, tjameis Benjamin, aged u'2. killed; Aggie Roicibf..ml Fannie Millard seriously injured, and the remainder slightly hurt. New York. August 19.— Letter iioxes are placed in the Post Office elevators and at oth er prominent places in that building, bearing lue following inscription: "Contributions re ceived in this box for the orphans of the yel low fever sufferer» at Memphis, Tennessee." Boston, August 19.— Anloino Arito, a Greek, and Nicoli Infantum, a Sicilian, have : been arrested as tlie murderers of Jos. T. Fry. I The stolen property is reported recovered. < -'onsideiuhle damage was dtjyvn by a storm last night along the New England coast. The yachting lev! of South Boston was badly used. At Portiaad several yachts and schooners were 'sunk. Oilier lowns along the coast report a long list of disasters to local craft's and pro la'rtv. Crowd- of illg to idi'llt View House badlv dulling , some barefooted, are try- | their projierty. Tlie Ocean 1 other hotels at Beaufort are i. and many private houses ruined. Tlicie is not a wharf left in Beau- j fort, and only two or till' ee «»flier hundreds of ! sail boats , are tit to sail. Morehead City also I suffered i errihly. 1 Thu si oiiu at Moi eh cad city. X. C. . w as I tlie luo .,1 ! violent wide Ii ever visited tliat ! place. At six a. m. it blew a hurricane from ! visited that ! the S. E. At seven it hauled around to the gas, S. W., a change which saved Beaufort and | Morehead from entire destruction. The Atlantic House the largest hotel in that part of the country is entirely demolished, nota vestige being left. There were 150 guests in it. There was not a particle of clothing saved by any of them. The people did not begin to leave until the waves began literally breaking the hotel to pieces. Then there was a stampede. The young men saved all the ladies and children at the danger of their own lives. All baggage, furniture, etc. went to destruction. John Hughes, son of Mav Hughes, of Newbern, lost his life in the wreck of the Atlantic House. Front street of Beaufort is strewn with lumber, trunks, goods, etc. Detroit, Aug. 19. — The loss by the fire which destroyed the Waldron block at Hills dale, last night, will reach about fifty thou sand dollars on buildings and contents, stores, offices and hotel. Insurance, $30,000. The building was the largest in the city and contained six stores and a large number of law and insurance offices, city offices and post office. Memphis, August 19.—Thirty-one cases in all reported to tlie Board of Health to-day, 13 of whom were colored, and one death. Tlie case of fever and death at Baidry Station, Tenu., lias been traced to an infection from some baggage removed from within the in fected district to tlie residence of Mr. Julian Bedford, whose son Edward sickened and died. St. Louis, August 19.—The colored ex cursionists who were sent by planters to re port on tlie suitability of Kansas for colored emigration, report, as it was expected they would, that tlie land is not fitted for colored men, and those now there would gladly return South if they could do so without expense. They think tlie trip will be the means of stop ping the exodus from the South for tlie pres ent. Washitgton, August 19.—In regard to the demand of the Government upon England for a hundred and three thousand dollars dama ges for the Fortune Bay outrages, it is tlie wish of tlieU.S. Government tliat the matter should he settled, as it seems sure to result in difficulties of a grave nature unless an early understanding is readied. It is felt that un der the treaty as construed by tlie English Government the privileges entailed upon tlie United States are not proportionate to the price paid for them. San Francisco, August 19.—The Call publishes an interview with Adraondack Murray. He says he came to this coast to introduce buck tlie board and see the State. When he left home he thought his business affairs in a snug condition. The trouble was caused by a personal friend suing on a small debt and attaching his property, when the usual rush of creditors started. His Eastern indebtedness would not exceed $19,000 and his property, if sold under the hammer to morrow, would pay them oil' and leave a handsome surplus. Intends to return East, in a few days and put affairs in shape. H. P. Williams, Workingmen's candidate for Congress from the second district de clines. E. J. Clurie, Bilk candidate, nomi nated instead. The Bilks have nominated Judge Tracy for Attorney General vice Cross declined, and not the Democrats as reported last night. San Francisco, Aug. 19.—A Eureka, Ne vada, dispatch says a portion of the Sheriff's posse lias just returned from the scene of the Fisii Creek fight. They corroborate tlie state ment hitherto telegraphed that tlie coal burn ers opened the tight by tiring the first shot. Not half of the coal burners were armed. I After the first volley from the officers tlie riot ers fled precipitately. Three of them were killrd outright, and two so badly wounded tliat they expired after a few hours. Four teen prisoners were taken, but only three were brought to town, as the rest were found to be unarmed. Deputy Sheriff'Simpson was in the act of serving a warrant on one of the ringleaders when tlie conflict began. The officers claim that they were in a close place, and were compelled to tight or be killed, as tiiere was no chance for a retreat. Tlie riot ers were met on tlie road three-quarters of a mile from any coal camp. The officei-s do not believe that there were any wounded. There is a deep feeling among the Italian residents of Eureka and tlie surrounding country, but it is not believed by anyone that there will be any further bloodshed. City of Mexico, Aug. 19. Havana state tliat Vera Cruz is in a very r olutionary condition. The government troop: H. two are of Advices via , are rapidly concentrating in Vera Cruz, and : the Spanisli element is accused of instigating disturbance; tlie cause of tlier dissatisfaction being the laws against smuggling. A promi nein Federal Senator was preparing on tlie night of tlie 22d to go Vera Cruz with tlie in- ; tention of taking part in an uprising, when lie was summoned before President Diaz, wt.o warned the Senator that he knew all the plans of the revolutionists, and advised the Senator to remain in the Capital. The latter 1 remained, and is now a faithful friend of the i President. It is alleged tliat Diaz is having a bill of impeachment prepared against Suitor ! Vallarti, President of tlie Supreme Court and j Vice President of the Republic. Senor Val- ! lui ti. according to tlie present law will hold office two years after the expiration of liis present Presidential term. His impeachment w ould favor the candidacy of Juan Benitz. A majority of the Cabinet has resolved that I lie constitutional amendment against a re- . election of a President should he repealed in order to save tin* country from any movement for a reiieal. Tnis amendment lias already been made in the Legislatures of Michoactin, i Pueblo and Moneioa. The opposition papers say the Cabinet ( is paving the road to be dic tators. 1'resident Diaz continues to declare j his unwillingness to serve anothci term. Boston. Aug. 19.— Governor Talbot writes to tlie Chairman of tlie Republican State Committee that : "Early in tlie year, after careful deliberation, 1 determined to with draw from official station at the first oppor tunity. My reasons for this decision are en tirely disconnected from matters of State or political considerations. They are iiersonal to myself, and satisfy my judgment and sense of duly. They are imperative and conclusive, and my action is final." | VWSKUKU, W. Va., Aug. 19__John R. | Hubbard, late Republican candidate foi Con gress in this district, committed- suicide at Green Springs Run, iu this Srate, yesterday, by shoot ng himself through tlie Iwain. j ! I 1 I ! St. Paul, Aug. 19.—The Democratic State Central Committee meet in St. Paul, Septem ! her 25th. Los Vegas, N. M.. Aug. 19.—The stage ! out trom Santa Fee on Monday was stopped three roi ti agents, twenty miles from Ve gas, at five o'clock p. m. Two passengers, Ex-Governor Arny, of New Mexico, and J. ______ I new Tratte ries. H. Strahn, of New York, were robbed, and two of the agents roae off on stage horses and are still at large. Arny offers a reward of $200. Richmond, Va., August 19.— James N. Stephens, who killed his wife on the 11th, has killed himself. Providence, Aug. 19.—Clias. Perfield was arrested to-day on a requisition from the Governor of Illinois and sent tiack to answer tlie chatge of highway robbery in Chicago. Harrishurg, Aug. 19—.Jesse R. Craw ford, of Blair county, entered bail to-day on, tlie charge of corrupt solicitation of members of tlie Legislature and perjury iu connection with the Pittsburg riot bill. Utica, Aug. 19.—The Paik Association meeting began to-dav with good track. San Francisco, August 19.—Tlie Demo crats have nominated Judge Davis S. Tines for Attorney General, vice Joe Hamilton, de clined. Tlie Honorable Bilks have endorsed W. B. G. Keller, the Workingmen's candi date tor member of the State Board of Equal ization from the Second District, vice Crutch ar. declined. Raymond & Ely levies an assessment of one dollar. Denver. Col., August 19.—Gen. John McConnellofJ.es Angeles, California, died here Monday night of congestion of tlie heart. He came here a month ago and went to Lead ville. The high altitude caused liis death. FOREIGN. Quebec, Aug. 18.—The Irish ship laborers liav e resolved not to accept any reduction of wages as asked by the French sectiou in both St.l'atrick's and French church. The clergy recommended moderation. A number of ladies who are remaining in town have sought tlie protection of the eitâdel. The magistrates of tlie city will call a meeting of interested persons and will ask the Governor to enforce the Blake act. The arms of com panies of tlie Quebec batallion have been stolen at Lot ete by people from Cape Blanc. Everything quiet. Tlie rain is clearing the streets of rioters. In tlie Irish part of the city all passers by and ali carriages during llie night were challenged, stopped and ex amined by ai med men. Tlie Eighth lloyal Rifles have been removed from the skatiDg rink to Queen's Wharf. London, August 18.—The report published of the death of Mrs. Sartoris, daughter of Grant, is declared unfounded. Tlie mistake arose from llie death of Mrs. E. T. Sartoris, formerly Adelaide Keuibie. London, Aug. 18.—At Lurgan, Ireland, on Saturday two hundred police charged on a mob with fixed bayonets, The police were beaten tiack and twenty of their number in jured. Tlie rival mobs fired at eacli other with rifles. One leader of the Catholic party had some dynamite which exploded injuring him fatally. Berlin, August 10 .— Kreuz Zeitung states that Admiral Balluch, undergoing six months imprisonment in tlie fortress of Magdeburg, lias been pardoned and it is expected he will shortly be appointed director of the Admiralty replacing Admiral Henke. St. Petersburg, August 1G__The first court-martial at Moscow since the promulga tion of the m'lilary law was held there to day and condemned a private gentleman named Ziuiknff to 12 years hard labor in the mines for attacking and insulting a sentinel. Gibraltar, August 10.—Six 20-lon Arm strong guns have been landed here and are being towed in lighters to Tangier for the This matter lias been bitterly commented upon in the Spanisli newspapers. Barrie, Out., Aug. 19.—In the sculling race to-day immediately after turning the buoy an unknown sculler got right in the cham pion's course when in less thau a length of eacli other. Hanlon looking around, saw the stranger, and hacking with tlie right and pulling hard with the left, missed a collision by a foot and half; his ore scraping the un known shell. Riley, while Hanlon was drift ing past tlie stranger, took tlie lean by three fourths of a length. Hanlon, as soon as cleared, quickly closed tlie gap, leading Riley tlie whole of tlie wav home. About ten yards from the finish Riley made a tremendous spurt, coining up rapidly, while Hanlon thinking lie had the race in liaml, did not re spond, mid both passed the winniugline nose Kennedy third, only 14 and nose, in 'J7:92 , seconds i iter. The judges being inexperi emed, tired two shots in quick succession, in stead of only one for a dead beat. Hanlon : and a majority of the spectators think he won by half a length, but be is willing to row over on Wednesday. Although within two feet of tlie sculler who nearly fouled him, the champion did not recognize liim. Most of ; tlie spectators believe the unknown man was there purposely. Riley and Hanlon row again Saturday, London, Aug 1 i ! j ! . i j •Tlie Pull Mall Gazette says that Cashmere is the only part of India wiiieh appears to he still threatened with famine. There are hopes of a revival of pros pe.-ily in India : so confident is this feeling in Manchester tliat anticipations are indulged in, and here and there preparations are being made for a great revival of the Eastern trade. I lie British iron trade there shows signs of improvement, they having reached a stage in which workmen a"e beginning to claim in creased wages. In Sheffield the starting of new furnaces is contemplated, as stocks are being reduced. A cheerful feeling in other trades is rejKjit' U, though business at present is stagiiani. A timely rain iu Cashmere m'ght yet secure half the average rice crop, -a statement madi some time ago that this would be enough io .support the people, rests upon the assumption, apparently well founded, that half of tlie inhabitants have either perished hv famine or have emigrated. Paris, August 19. —The Patels asserts that several prominent Legitimists have left to wait upon Count de Chambord in some for eign town. Rome, August i9.—The JJirrtto announces that the Cardinals and I 'ope recently discuss ed the proposal to ask the Italian Government to restore rite l'antlieon to tlie Holy See. ' Paris, August 19.—The opening speoclies at the various Councils General show this ses sion is to 1«' the most intensely political tliat France lias yet witnessed. St. Pktkrsiiurg. August in.—iptie Nihil ists have changed tii.'it headquarters to Kielt'. I »eilig belter auapted for concealment thou St. Petersburg. Berlin. August 19.— Herr Von Kotvekeu biek, late premier of Die Reichstag, lias liecn nominated hte ini'mlx'i of Hie Prussian Upper Chamber. Dim.t.\. Aug. 20.—A movement is on font for tlie enroilmeiit of unarmed volunteers iu Ireland.