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nur. AVHOLE NO. 171 VOLUME 4, NO. 13. BUTTE, MONTANA: TUESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1879. Suffe ^ecßfp ^Titter. tBLISHED EVERY TUE8D A Y MORNING —BV THE— iner Publishing Company. It, BROWN, t ! : i i : i Business Manager. TERMS—BY MAIL: t copy one month..........................& r>o b copy six months......................... 3 00 5 copy twelve months.................... ft oo jellvered by Carrier, fto ets. per month ; paya it to the Carrier each month. t dTftrttfctng rates will be furnished on appli lon. WO FORTH. (»o forth in the npornlng of life, Go forth with the will and the power; Go forth with the strength of. thy youth. To do the work of each hour. J)o it nobly all through thy lilo. And God's "Well done* will repay the strife. Go forth in the noon-day of life, Go forth in the conflict Of sin ; Go forth in the strength of thy years, To tight, and determined to win. Fight it nobly all through life. And God's** Well done'* will repay the strife Go forth in the evening of lifo. Go forth, thy cares all laid down ; Go forth to meet thy Saviour To receive the robe and the crown ; For thus nobly living all through life, Your God's ''Well done" will repay the strife. -Jiogfon Ifomr Journal. a y ouxce or miktu." Chicago lias a girl cliock full of electricity, te must be good on the spark.— Waterloo mener. A new llocky Mountain pass has been dis vered and already have three New York iiors applied for it. We have never yet saw a man who hated ugs and queens enough not to take a couple nil the bottom of the pack if an opportunity m ' l1 ' A Scotchman lias just lost $o0 because bo uld not prove that t lit world is round, lie r?Bt that the world was flat when the case was elded against him. I don't take any foolish chances. If i wuz IImI u »ou lu mourn over a. dead mule i ou hi stand in front ov him and do mi ecpi. ig. —I o* h Ji ill infra. One fcaaon why Texas lawyers do not bully ivi»y...v on the stand is because a T i ('Y's L « credited to the other child, she ad eil, after the Amen. " No. lOOrauge street." The three proudest, moments of a man's le, between the cradle and tin grave, are hen be gets his first pair of red-top boots, lien the girls flot cal' him " Mister," and hen tiie doctor tells him it's a boy.— stcu nrille Herald. Birds of a feather, etc.—A Michigander tarried a Portugese at Detroit last Wcdnes ay .—Cincinnati Commercial. We recom :eud Drake's Branch, Va., as a good place it the couple to spend their honeymoon.— Uo^lrtmrwtd Baton. Take It up tenderly. Fashioned so slenderly. Long und so fuir ; Pull it out carelully , Hweur at It prayerfully-. It's naught hut n hull'— In the butterdish. Here is what tliev sing at public school laminations in a Vermont village, to the une of " Yankee Doodle," visitors and all •iniiig in the chorus : If any tiling oil earth run mukc A great «yqd iiH.rnl nation. It is to give the little ones A thorough education. 'hont* — K ive fit nVs five are twenty-live. Five ftnii-i*six are thirty. Five times seven are thirty-tic. . A ad Ute times eight ure forty. The base ball fever is raging in Rhode sland. The only difficulty in playing the lame there is that Hie center and riglit-tield rs have tostandin Massachusetts, and the left '• Connecticut, while the catcher is in cou V laut danger of barking oil into the Atlantic wan —Boston Commercial Halb tin. -I tan Swim. Mir." Billing a terrible naval battle be äiiglisli and the Dutch, the English between the h flag-ship, »UUnamled by Admiral Narliorougli.'was fawn into the thickest of the fight. Two lasts were soon shot away, and the main last fell with a fearful crash upon the deck, admiral Narborough saw that all was lost j, W*8S lie could bring lip his ships from I lu la iglit. Hastily sei aw ling an order, he called or volunteers to swim across the boiling '»ter, undersliot and shell. A dozen sailors once ottered their services, ami among l*ni a cabin hoy. «fr, - ■what ./by," said the Admiral. "my fearless lad?" "I can swim, sir," the boy replied : "if 1 ®i shot, I euii lie easier spared than anyone lie.' Varboroug hesitated; his nten were few, *' »Kl his position was desperate. The boy •lunged into the sea, amid the cheers of the »iiors, and was soon lost to sight. The •>Ule raged fiercer, and as the time went on. irieut seemed inevitable. But just a jus fading, a thundering cannonade wa fi" n the right, and Ihn reserves wei •earing it upon the enemy. By id iu to receive the honor due hint » Admiral that he cxclaHiied : W own." The prediction was fulltilied win ibln-boy. having be«*oir.e Admiral C e V Shovel, was knighted by tlie king. s heard o seen su use t Wide, r. w as . Ills oT the liip of on tlie lands TIME WO ES BY TURKS. Bar's a pow'rful rustic 'twlxt de Good an 1 Bad, An' de Bail's got do all-under holt ; An' w'eti do wuss como, see come i'onclad, An' you ha'ter hole yo' bref for do Jolt. But des to'rds de las' Good gits de knee-lock, An' dey draps to do groun'—ker-flop ! Good hud the inturn an* he stau* like a rock, An' lie bleczd fer tor he on top. 13c dry wedder breaks wld a big thunder clap. For dey ain't, nodrout' w'at kin las'; But do season w'tit whoops up do cotton crop, Likewise dey freshens up de grass. *I)o rain fall so sal ' in de long dark night. Till you ha'ter hole yo' ban' for a sign, But do drizzle w'at sets de tater slips right, Is do niukin' uv de May-pop vine. In de meierest groun' de olay-root.Tl ketch An' hole todo tongue uv do plow, An' a pine-polo gate at do gyurdtri-patch. Nevcr'11 keep out de ole hrlndle cow. One an* all un us knows who's pullin' at de hi Like do lead-mule dal. g'ldes by do rein. An' y it, somehow er inidder, de bestes t on \ Kits Mighty sick uv de tuggin' at do chain. Hump yo'HC'f to do load an* forget do distress An' dem w'at stan's by to scoff. Fer de harder de ptil'.in' de longer île rest, An' «le bigger de feed in do trot)'. —A. C. Harris, in Atlantu Oomtitulio VANITY'S FAIR. do "Our Smoking Husbands," is the name of a new volume ot novelties. A mirror is Ihe only tolerated reflection upon the beauty of women. A twelve-year-old girl plays the cornet in South Church, l'ittsfield, Mass. An Albany man advertises for '-a girl to work in hair." He is evidently a bachelor. A female writer asks: "What will my son be ? " Why ' a boy, of course, you foolish woman.— Medical Adriftcr. After a woman gets to be thirty she can keep a secret ; and the family llible won't be permitted to lie around loose, either. "That's a relation of yours isn't it'. 1 '' said a man to bis wife, at the same time pointing to a donkey. "A - es, by marriage." was lier stinging reply. One of tlie disagreeable features about be ing near-sighted is that a man is in danger of mistaking his wife for another woman and being polite to her. Mrs. Sophia Dillemutli, of Pittsburg, dis charged a domestic several weeks ago, and the fear that she had driven the girl to ruin so lning upon iter mind that she committed suicide. Mrs. Sprague continues to be severely scan dalized, blamed and criticised, and her gal lant Senatorial friend allows her to shoulder the whole trouble without speaking a word in lier behalf .—Gold Hill News. The clergyman in a certain town, as the custom is, having published the bans of mat rimony between two persons, was followed by Ihe clerk's reading the hymn beginning with these words: Deluded souls that dream of heaven ! " " John, did you go round and t.sk how old Mrs. Jones is this morning, as 1 told you to do last night ?" "Yes, sir." " Well, what's I lie result 1 ' 1 " " She said that seeing how you'd had the impudence tosend to ask bow old stie was, she'd no objection to telling you that site's "J. A young lady graduate in a neighboring county read an essay entitled "Employment of Time." Her composition was based on the text, "Time wasted is existence; used, is life.*' The next day she purclised eight ounces of zephyr, of different, shades and com menced working a sky-blue dog will) sea ami a pink tail ou a piece of yellow green ears audit pink tail on a piece of yellow emv is She evneets to have it done liv n xt Chi is! m is ViimVoir# Jlcrald ( lit ist tints. Am i istoien Jin all. , (ill than the Lone Star flag ot THE CONE NT AU MANNER. [From the Dallas (Texas) Jlcrald] er floated banner on the breeze that brighter liage in tlie world's bistort Texas. Tlie gal [ ! hint hearts that clustered 'neatli its folds I when the young republic w as struggling for j an existence against Mexican tyranny, not j only wreathed Their brows with laurels that i will never die, but they wrested from tiie ob- j livion of Mexican control a young , mpirc ! l to-day is embalmed ill the hearts of all lover ! of Hie heroic, the true and tlie gallant. i The fust Lone Star Hag was made by Miss j T ti mu control a that is now the central gem in the coronet of States that make tqi this Federal Union. On the Sib day of January last, forty-three years ago. it was first unfurled at Velasco, at the mouth of the Brazos river, amt in the glad sunlight of Texas was wooed by the breezes that came sweeping, pure and sweet, across the-flower-studded prairies that stretched away for miles and miles in their emerald beauty. At Goliad, when Fannin and his men were immolated upon ihe altar of their country. \ minus cf Mexican treachery, it receive«I its baptism of tire and blood ; at tlie Alamo, hallowed with Mu* li'ood of patriot martyrs, it floated high above tiie ramparts, amid tlie tierce « inflict and carnage, and at .San Jacinto it. waved proudly in victory above tlie field of one of the decisive battles of tin w orld. For nine years afterwards, on land or sea, it was tlie emblem of a young nation's freedom, and enlod ! ; rnulman, of Georgia, and by her pri ( ol. W ard's command of the Georgians ■ listed for tlie war in Texas in November, 1835. A letter has just liee received In Fort Worth by a gentleman, from a friend in Georgia, which says: ••Nil Pope's mother, John Troutman's sis ler, also W. G. V «Miaou's wife, died in Graw tonl lost Weilmvduy. It was sin- who gave Texas the 'Lorn*Star." S e made a flag witli a lone star ill it and presented it to < 'olnnel Wald's command in November, 1835. It was first unfurled at Velasco, January 8. 1830. md afterwards taken witli Colonel Fannin's regiment m G iliad. where it remained until Texas «leclar al in rself a frei 1 and iintiqion dent Slat«*, an l taki >n dowi froin the liberty pole, it tiecan e ent u.gled lid torn to pii'ees. She was then Miss Joanna K. Troutman. It w as made of plain white silk, bearing an az.il.« star of lice p lints o cither sitlr. On «me siil« 1 was tlie inscription in rich but chasii ciders. *IJfieH y or loath,' iml mi the other the Latin in »it«» : •Ulii 1 boil ns Habitai, ihi nostra patria < st.* So you can boast among vimr Texas fr ends that a G corgia girl mime«! Tonus." UNITED STATES. The San Francisco Crisis. San Francisco, August 23.—At 0:30 p. m, Kalloch was in a much improved condition. A slight examination has been made, and his physicians express tho opinion that there are good grounds for expecting his recovery. The evening journals counsel above all things moderation on the part of tlie work ingmen for the credit of tiie city and also for their own sake, and on account ol' the hear ings of their action on the result of the pres ent campaign. The Bulletin says in .effect that the shooting was a deliberate assassina tion, and reminds its readers that twenty three years ago tlie people of this city hanged a man who killed an editor who dared to ex press his convictions, but that now the laws of society seem to bo that an editor may say what lie pleases, but if the assaulted party talks his life is to forfeited, but warns the workingmen that tlie course they pursue will be the best evidence of their anility to ad minister the atlairs of tlie city, and that to re sort to violence would be a fatal mistake. Tlie Post practically claims that either Kal loch or De Young was justified in a persunal attack by thcjlauguage used,but De Y oung was most to blame for beginning the quarrel by lampooning tiie father of Kailocli. So far as can at present lie learned, the feeling of the community is almost entirely with Kailocli. De Young's action is universally declared as cold blooded assassination, and the belief is general that it the Workingmen—in tlie event of Kalloch's death—demand Hie surrender of tlie De Youngs lor lynch justice, that outside of lawfully constituted authorities, not a hand w ould be raised to prevent the consummation of their desires. It is rather early as yet to speculate upon the eflect of the occurrences upon political affairs, but this much is evident from expressions heard on every side : that whatever be tlie result of Kalloch's wound, tlie affair will prove a deatli blow to tlie cause of the Honorable Bilks in this city. If Kailocli recovers tie is likely to receive a vole much greater than would have been given him had nothing of the kind occurred. If he dies, tlie defection from Honorable Bilks will likely be greater, but in that case the Republicans will probably profit to some extent. It is difficult to say what the eflect will be in tlie interim, but it can hardly fail to be disastrous to tlie H. B's. The Chronicle has been tlie head and front of that organization. It called the party into being; organized it and praised it in and out of season, and can hardly be other wise than that the culmination of tlie bitter war it has waged in assassination will result in great damage to the party throughout the State. Such advices as have been received from the interior show the existence of a de giee of indignation only second to that evinc ed in the city. At the Workingmen's head quarters they are in constant receipt of oilers from tlie interior towns of men and arms to assist in executing vengeance on tlie Do Youngs. Kearney arrived on the Vallejo boat this evening. At tlie wharf lie was met by a crowd ot several thousand who received their leader with almost frantic exhibition of joy. Three companies of Workingmen military comprising one hundred and sixty men with rifles and fixed bayonets were on hand as an . escort. With Kearney at their head tlie pro- ! cession moved up Market street for tlie Sand I Lots filling the street for several blocks and ! making the air ring with cheers for Kearney and cries of "hang Dc Young." The procession on its way to the Sand Lots stopped at tlie Workingmen's headquarters on Market street near fifth, where the ward Presidents are iu session deliberating on tlie course to lie pursued. Kearney entered tlie building and joined tlie ward presidents. Tlie crowd gathered around blocking up tlie street entrance which is guarded by sentinels sweet em.,me ««„....-u », with fixed bayonets and none are admitted ; without tlie countersign. It was announced from l)l0 window that nothing would be done witlio'ut due deliberation, but that vengeance would lie taken. No reporter admitted and the nature of the deliberations are unknown. [ In a few minutes the march for the Sand ! Lots will be resumed. i.ATEit, ( After Kearney haJ concluded his Conference 1 with tlie ward presidents the march lor the , j Sami Lots was resumed. The crowd had i assembled there before bis arrival and was | j hurrangued bv several prominent Working- j ! men counseling prudent action. Kearney ! on arriving immediately ascended the stand and began addressing the assemblage which covered tlie entire space between the rostrum and Market street. 1'robably not less than 20,001) were presem. Tlie vindictive fueling which prevailed during tlie day had appar ently iu nowise diminished, and at a word from Kearney the w hole body would have poured down town without hesitation to wreak vengeance on tiie De Youngs. Kear ney realized the situation fully and a dressed himself to the task of quieting the pa-Jons of his followers. He reminded them ; bat in uni days the eleetion would put the whole imichinerv of tlie city government in their .hands, and that without fail tlie proprietors of the Chronicle would then meet their deserts. That at present any attempt ! ai violence would be met by the revolvers of Ihe police ami rifles and Gatling ; guns of tho military, and that tlie game w as not woitil shedding the blood of one hones* titan. Ho adjured thorn by the regard tl bad for their reputation throughout the howling for the blood of D yielded implicitly to his advii try, the eyes ot which are on them, to do no violence, lint disperse quietly ;•> their hontes, lie aimuiiiieed that to-morrow afternoon lie would ine«'t them on the Sami Lots ; that in the meantime lie would enquire more fully into the state of affairs, and would then, lie believed, be able to show them Imw to nis pose of tilts matter witli «•redit to themselves. Never was Kearney's boundless 'influence over his followers exhibited to a bet lei- adv: lag«*. Although tlie vast m«l w hen In I them surged away in varions «lire«* lions, evident ly I'D pared «<> follow bis advice to the letter. 1 lie business offle« oft lie ( 'hroii* it- le was sumauuic 1 early in tli * even iuc hv a cousit lei able ortiw < , and then* was some talk of mobbing. Hut no action taken The printing office is running us usual* guarded by a s! roiijg uetuchlli •nt .,f police. file paper w ill appear in tlie norniiig. Montgomery street was almost ties* rted until aft« r tin- adjimru limit ofSatid 1 iOt meei inis Vt Central sla lion* where the 1) * Votings at • «'«mtiiied, the whole poli «s; to OO are ussuinhl« d except those wanted at a lew »ther point* all tlie heats «a ,■ y i to a. Towtl were fairly Young, they being left to take care of themselves. The military is also under arms. The crowd has been hanging around the station during the evening, but have not been demonstrative. At 10 o'clock Kal loch's condition was better than might have been expected, and physi cians are hopeful of a favorable result tbo' no examination has been made, and the bul let in bis breast lias not been found. New York, Aug. 24. —Nearly all the pa pers print prominently the news from San Francisco, but reserve their comments until further and later details are known. Sketches of the life of De Doting and Kailocli are given, but no opinion advanced. Washington, Aug. 24.—In tlie event that United States troops maybe required to aid tlie State authorities of California in sup pressing the riot now proceeding in San Fran cisco, there are eight companies of the Fourth Artillery which can lie readily summoned to that city. It is understood, however, that tlie State malitia will be able to suppress any probable outbreak without calling upon Gen. McDowell, who is in command of the Mili tary Division of the Pacific, and whose head quarters are in San Francisco. Tlie President and Secretary of War aie both at the Soldiers' Home, but. are in telegraphic communication with Washington—all dispatches to them be ing repeated over the private wire of the Sig nal Office. Louisville, Aug. 23.—A refugee from Memphis, named Graft, lias been sick several days here, and to-day the disease devel oped into yellow fever. Milwaukee, August 23.—The Sondai/ Teler/ruph to-morrow will publish the details of a case of wholesale poisoning at a harvest picnic at Mukwanago, in Waukesha county last Friday. Investigation showed that, by mistake, six ounces of tarter emetic had been put into some water as an excuse for lemon ade, and all who drank of the mixture were taken violently sick, and al last accounts sev eral persons were reported in a dangetous condition, among them Hon. A. E. Perkins. all quiet at man Francisco. Kalloch Not Seriously Wounded—How the News Was Received by Working men In the East. San Francisco, August 25 —Everything perfectly quiet throughout the city and there is not the slightest, reason to apprehend anv disturbance during the remainder of the night. The crowds in tlie vicinity ofoMetro politan Temple have all departed excepta dozen loiterers and the Workingmen'sguards. At, midnight Kalloch was sleeping and had been for several hours. No one admitted. Report says that his condition is very favor able. One of tlie police on duty stated that about half past seven lie got an opportunity to look through the window and saw Kaliocli sitting up in bed with a pillow behind him. ID professed to believe that the reports of his critical condition were greatly exagger ated. Everything perfectly quiet throughout tlie night and this morning people are going about their business as usual and there is no ap pearance of any e.xciuuueut, Kailocli passed, a comfortable night and this morning his condition is much improved. New Youk, August 23.—A meeting of the National Workii gmen's party was held to day in Hamilton Park, David Conroy pre siding. After speaking about tlie wrongs of , -, , , - , _ „ „ , 1 " bo1 ' lll ' denounced ihe shooting of Kalloch, 8» 1 » h 'aueiseo, as a foul assassination, and predicted it would arouse the Workingmen who would look on him as a martyr. He said it was the first life offered up to free the while slaves and in a few years they would he free. Committees to arrange for the great mass meeting to denounce the "assassina tion" were appointed and resolutions adopted setting forth that the Workingmen's party looks oil the shooting as the work of a cow ardly assassin hired by capitalists and in the interest of capital. That it is tlie part of tlie UaHsts ,„d demandin'- instant trial of the capitalists anu ueniamiiii B instant umi oi iue assassin lor lus high bunded outrage, ihe resolution winds up as follows: We warn ali men opposed to free spech, free discus sion, free ballots at election, universal suff rage, religious liberty, and equal rights for all, to desist their opposition, and if not we rc-attirm the Declaration of Independence and pledge our lives, our honor, and our for ( tunes to exterminate all tyrants from the 1 - ., , . , ^ meeting of Cubans was held - y Hail to take steps toward extend ng | «'JV? 1 * 0 motol.onary eonua tee ot Cuba, j iIee Ungs aie to be held seiera) times a ! WL ' ek ilrB "» b " W**» t0 aR ' per repri iluivs t lie Cl, vo "dc says : N i right s\ mpiitlty for c «•an then (sailli De \ Oil! a be lian !, Ml at pri the atilt .-tons Yo. HU*» «ged ii < Al.lt TTA. nee ' anp linled at Malan « 1 , r«-| that t lint is no tlie revolutionary movement. New York. Aug. 25.—The Herald's I.eav enwortli, Kansas, special says of Kailocli: While immorality ami too intimate acquaint ance with d'Heionl ladies was rumored in Kansas iu connection with Ids name, nothing definite was cvei charged against him. He went into the hotel business in Lawrence and after some time changed bis business and opened a stock farm. He carried it on lot two or three years, attended ail the fairs and was recognized as a sporting character. He then attended religious meetings, gave his ex perience. 'became converted and received a eall from tlm First Jiaptis! church of this city, which he accepted al a per annum. The people of his church hud tlie utmost faith in hiui, but not so with tlie doubting outsiders. They did not believe KiAloehfS «•ouversioii was real. Tlie Tribune j lias a communication, evidently from Bup I list sources, which -ays: Baptist ministers I acquainted w ith liis history have generally I refused fellowship with him, and papers of ; the doimmiiiuliuii have frequently referred to ' him in severe terms. A gentleman w ho lived at Leavenworth a l«'w years ago. and who is now superintendent of School in San Francisco, a private li'tle: last .March : "Kaliocli is at present holding services iu a large hall in the centre of tlie eitv. He lias large attendances because tl bis rencontres, or rallier because of his lakiug up those tilings liketliet iiine.se : question wlueii pmnperto the tastes o| rabble, but Ids influence is not good, and it is the «•aase of regret among the Potter class of Baptists tlm! l.e is lime." An illustrated pa Ivertisement picture of proprietors and building, and feeling person can have much Über party. On what ground ■ m Kullocli's dead father liv justified? And on tho other vocation could have justified charges made against De either by Kalloch ? Aug. 22 .—'The mining engi to examine Agrad gold fields iuris to tlie Viceroy of India ' uiueli gold left in the alluvial the the day of of & the tlie the tlie ed of to ilury of $2,(KXI j _ _ a Baptist Sunday wrote as follows in ! deposits, but the quartz contains gold in grater proportions than many of tlie success fully worked Australian reefs. New York, Aug. 20. —The Post's Wash ington special says the stormy scenes in Sail Fancisco have stiired up the local agitators to make demonstration. Yesterday one Hod nett called on tlie First Comptroller of the Treasury and on President Hayes, demand ing the instant payment of certain unpaid claims of workingmen, which he alleged were provided for- by an Act of Congress more than a year ago. He told Mr. Hayes that if the claims were not paid in ten days " I can lead a force of determined men against you that might make your seat not worth tlie cloth that covers it." At a meeting of the Labor League last night lie repeated these absurd threats, adding that an army of 35,000 men could be raised in twenty-four hours to march oil Washington. Columbus, O. Aug. 20.—A man entered t S. S. Rickley's bank at 12 o'clock to-day and entered into conversation with the proprietor, who was the only person in the bank, con centing negotiations for some bonds. While the two were thus engaged a pa) of tlie stran ger's gained an entrance to the bank by a rear window and carried off $5,000 in cur rency and $15,000 in registered bonds. The theft was not discovered until some time afterwards. New York, Aug. 20.—Tlie Sun says of Kailocli: "We have yet to learn that either he or any of tlie churches that, lie lias served has been disfellowshipped by neighboring Baptist churches as Beecher and Flymouth Church have been disfellowsbipped by tlie leading Congrigational churches of Brook lyn and New York." The same paper also says : " There exists no doubt of tiie late ot Talmagc when lie gets back into the Hands of liis fellow Presby terians, for a counting of heads now shows a majority that is implacably against Talmagc, and ready to declare him guilty and either to censure him or to suspend him from the min istry of the Presbyterian denomination. Washington, August 20.—The Treasury Department has given instructions to collec tors of customs at New Y ork to permit deliv eries of velvet*upon retention of tlie proper samples and upon deposit of all duties based on appraised value. This course was taken because complaint bad been made of the long detention of goods which is likely to prove a serious loss to tlie parties unless they can get them at once in time for the fall trade for which.lliey are intended. San Francisco, August 20.—Kallocli's condition is continually improving and it is now reported that lie is «iut of all danger though tlie report is probably premature. According to tlie present opinion of liis physi cians, tlie bullet merely grazed tlie lung. No effort lias yet been made to probe tlie wound. Tlie Workingmen's guards on duly about the Metropolitan Temple were replaced by tlie police this evening. The Workingmen are lialding a mass meeting at Union Hall to night which is crowded io sutlocation. Tlie meeting lias no particular connection with the Kailocli affair, Having been called before the assault made upon him. Everything orderly and there is no tendency whatever to awake excitement. Richmond, Aug. 20.—A fire occurred to day at. the tobacco box manufactory, corner 18th and Carre stieet, and tiie large brick to bacco factory of Turpin & Rro. and the ad joining box factory on East row. A frame house on the south side of Carre street suf fered some. Also tlie brick tobacco factory of Jackson, Turpin <fc Co. on 18th street west of tlie box factory. Tlie building of Turpin & Bro. destroyed was tlie well known Caslie Thunder of ihe war. Total loss, $100,000 ; insurance, $51.000. New York, Aug. 20.—Two United States officers sailed yesterday on the Arizona for Alexandria, Egypt, to bring to this country the obelisk called Cleopatra's needle, sister to tlie otn: recently set up on the Thames em bankment, London. It is. expected to arrive January first. Home, Aug. 20.—The violent attitude of the Belgian Bishops assembled at Matines, lias caused great annoyance at the Vatican. Tlie Pope lias sent instruction to the Biships that tlie resolutions should not lie carried into eflect. The Archbishop of Mali lies is expect ed at Rome shortly to explain tiie matter. Philadelphia, Aug. 20.—Mayor Stokley lias a communication from the Mayor of Blufort, N. C., asking assistance for the suffer ers by tlie storm of the 18th. St. Louis, August 20.—The projected line of fast steamers to carry tlie mails to all river towns between here and New Orleans has so far advanced that contracts were signeil to day by John II. Baldwin and associate own ers for all machinery Including boilers for the vessels. Contracts will also be dosed tlii the steamers to be completed anil ready for business by the firstof December next. Two more mild eases of yellow fevi to the quarantine hospital to-day lias at are week for six hulls, cabins, and outfits, j PniLADKLl'iiiA, August 20.—Wool steadily : firm and in good demand with tendency j slightly upward. Colorado, 15al8for washed, | 17ul'J for unwashed, 33a30 fc>r pulled and , merino. j New Orleans, Aug. 20.—The Republican ! State Central Committee bate resolved to call a convention at New Orleans October ■ j tliirteentH. A resolution endorsing Grant j j for the Presidency ptoyoked a lively discus- j sion mid was withdrawn. : New Y'ork, August 20.— Slossun in dial lenging Shatter to play for tlie billiard chain pi unship of the world and $500 a sidq stipu- , lates that tlie game lie played in New York. Omaha, August 20.—The war between the Union Pacific and Chicago, Burlington A Quincy regarding freight rates in Nebraska is ended by a compromise « fleeted to-Oav. Chicago, August 20.—The ixmling ar rangement made to-day by General Manager ! \y. Smith, of the Chicago. Burlington A Quincy railroad with the managers of tlie Union Pacific is understood to In- subs'aii lially the same as that existing previous to tlie outbreak of hostilities between the • e. u. «te U and U. 1*. railroads. —- — —- • — At a . recent Baris ball the ladle- \ ■ en - given cards which read, "Good for me • «1 aneo." These they gave to tlie giuitlemei h s .inning tlieir names mi tiie back of them . 1 tin ii (liis way the gentlemen knew in- ladies \ were going to dance with long Uet^e the set ta-gan ami tli etc was no shenanigan alm.n i.. i: v . Henry •). Munson, ot Worei ■s'.*: . Mas saelm ietts, aUer prea himra .serin on mi the linlim ss of matrimony, stepped tl 1 • » w It from the pulpit, said that lie bail beep ÎIN» Ion- a widow ,cr, and requested -Mis- Matte >• Ki it on to come forward. Miss Eaton enm| tile. it. and the «•! li'rayuiaii, to tli- ast.viisliim *nt of Ihe tvmgn 'gation. married himself n » iie r. each vow in g io !«• faithful to the «.tiler. FOREIG N. London, August 20.—The builders' strike in Bristol which begun in November, 1818, is now ended witli tlie submission of the work men in the joiners' and carpenters' depart ments tc tlie masters' terms. Sir Charles Tapper has ordered 45,000 tons of Steel rails, at. 07 shillings and six pence per ton, delivered in Montreal for tlie Cana dian Pacific railroad. London, August 20.—Arthur Kidd & Co., carpet manufacturers, Manchester, failed. Liabilities, £40,000. The workingmen of Sheffield, in a mass meeting last night, resolved that considering tlie prospects of trade in England a large emigration is absolutely necessary. Another meeting will be held to carry the resolution into effect. The Times says there is inquiry for bar gj| v(ir and Mexican dollars but there is no supply of either. Bates quite nominal. The standard says the shipment to New York of ' — ' ' " U. S. bonds continues. Since Friday £500, 000 wortli «if bonds have been shipped. Lord Chelmsford and Cols. Wood and Bui-. 1er have arrived at Plymouth. They were much cheered on lauaiiig. Berlin, August 26.—It is said a special French representation will be sent to greet the Emperor William, of Germany, on his approaching visit to Wert. Paris, Aug. 20.—Luding Rogel, celebrated Swiss historical painter, is dead. Odessa, Atig. 20.—Two prisoners recently sentenced to be bung were found guilty of preparing an explosion to kill the Czar when visiting Nicoloff. One is a deserter from the Black Sea fleet. Their sentence is to be carried out at Nicoloff. Three other Nihilists of the five sentenced by the military tribunal were hanged on the race course at Odessa. These made twelve executions for political offenses in Russia in about a year. Portsmouth, N. U., Aug. 26.—The U. S. steamer Massachusetts, slippeil cables to-day to go into Deyboros, when the tide and a northeast wind carried the vessel swiftly upon the rocks near the stone beacon. She is expected to come oil' next tide, but much injured. Washington, Aug. 20.—At tlie Cabinet meeting to-day tlie Attorney-General read his opinion to the eflect that arrears of pen sions under tiie late law went to the inmates of homes for disabled voluuteei s and not to bornes as claimed by the managers. New York. Aug. 26.—A granite obelisk weighing 254 tons, to mark the grave of Gen. Wood, of Troy, is expected here from Maine to-day. The Times of this morning says : Cornell is out of the Gubernatorial race, and Gen. llusted states that Judge Robertson's frieiuls will control 'tlie Saratoga convention. The Commercial Advertiser of this evening de cia icstlie Times mistaken and says Cornell promises to bo tlie leading candidate. The Post's Washington special : Intelli gence just received here shows how real is tlie danger of serious trouble between China and Japan. Unless the question of the sovereignty of the Loo Choo Islands involved can be sat isfactorily.settled by grant or through some other means of mediation and arbitration, a military conflict is very probable. Washington, Aug. 20.—The President lias appointed J.JB. Heade District Attorney at Chicago in place of Mark Bangs, resigned. Berlin, Aug. 25. —General Laznreff's ex pedition is suflering terribly from beat, dys entery and scrofulitic ailments. His horses are dying in great numbers, and camels are scarce. Home, Aug. 25. —Four Cardinals w ill be created at the Consistory next month. Man ager Mazal li is expected at the Va*' an on Monday with an autograph letter from the King of B»aria and an important, document concerning tlie relations between Germany and the Vatican, and the position of the Old Catholics. The Vatican has taken steps with several governments to prevent any judicial recognition of tlie Old Catholics. Berlin, August 26.—The North German Gazette publishes the electoral manifesto of the new Conservative party, declaring that State and tlie Catholic Church should meet each other half way. lnaliable rights of State should be guaranteed and especially as re gards education, but religious instruction should be left to religious bodies. Montreal. August 20.—Criminal proceed ings are to be taken against tlie directors and general manager of the Consolidated Bank for preparing and submitting to the Govern ment an untrue statement of the allairs of tin Bank. Writs of attachment have been ap plied for against the Mechanics' Bank by tlie holders of bills. Madrid. August 20.—The Government an nounces that all vcsselstu-riving at Spanish j ports after the 23rd of August from Southern States, North America, must undergo quar antine. Constantinople, August 20.—A commis sion lias been appointed to consider the lemands for indemnification of Russian sub : __________________________________ j jects for tbe Y>sscs suffered during the war, | und for tin* maintenance of the Turkish pris , oners. j London, August 20.—A Melbourne lele ! grain announces that the American ship Ivan Captain Herriinan, last reported from ■ San Francisco April 15tli, lor (jueotistown. j j s ^-dioro ncai Bridgeport on the north-east. j coast of Tarnuuiia and it is thought she will : mit lie floated. Paris, August 20.—A transport with a number of amnesty Conn mu lists is expected , to arrived al Port Vend resell in a few days, A ileputaiiou ■ f radical journalists has gone to >• «'Iconic them back to France. l i e .loormd is publishing a preamble of bills for tlie abolition of concordat. Berlin, August 20. —Russia will put steam traction engines on the steppes without rail« in the Turcoman expedition. CoLG«. NE. August 26.—Tile Colette's Mos cow correspondent says; Nothing is known here ill legal «I lu the leporled Mirreiuler nf Kulilja in china for five million roubles. ItOMK. . \U"WSt - 1 g. —1 «I « iiincction with the recent on •nine! mu mlillg o 1 tl e order for tlie manoeiivi •es at r< I'prurio, tin* war office re ports that fevers, ii lelmling lyphoid.are largo l\ on the increase ■n the various distriels. There are :500 sick out of 27,000 people. In Sat. lirov; mm and in Cm it ■minerons ease. haw apiie and. . — . - -No - ill £t*ls along w it limit u mother," sa> s a m »allst. Yen tr ne : so they don't. See what a mess 1 Ne mad. ■ of it by nut hav ini' a im »lU-r. Ii f she lia d been under the a ivstininni i- influe nee of a mother's >Sat It-.'l to and love , sill- woi ild not 1 lave lisleni il to tiie a«t\ •«•*• «r the smtk and 1 1 !.. uppl" would not haw Ue n mn ; Ue .1 In 1,. i jmmHv lorth. A "ill Hint eat»*t "i 1 t a ne.i tur ld«% the lie *.t tw*!« her tn-fctu.