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lb miwl thereof rw1HirKI'ni
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flfteaeibdir of Jaa and in a(MiMia aayef Seo
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twaly-A ltiiM ai anr di lar
w;i tka eriatalh dtf J 4 Ik AfUanUi
lf "f Hrtfbw la air artuwrt a pratwr
maila, ahui t UHaa nnhr ikaamadmattar. wha
abillanarrnhf niraarot ih tfaaoaadallir fat Ha
radtiap la t aod avarr aaal daj ait radaamad alibta
"a'r Mi na-a, ( halia haan Uhn aa aa
alvrtald, ahkii buMai bt atbal I aoaa4
aaAIHtj UAIltllNM I IKII.KUA IlKUK
" UV-lt la a aoaaiUa raaiadr faa CkaJat.
Cbatata Morhaa, Urampa, Uraaatarrt DUrrbot, aM
allHmraUaqipllaia. OaJoa Na 1 U 1 1 V atnaL,
balwavai Taalta and Ktaraaib alraaU, Waaklaitaa,
BiWfty aitar al tla dfaaahila la tka ar Jall-aaU
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Carntr T rtlnlb na4 U atrvtu
PRRK HftlPItd BOO Mi.
DAILY rniTSR MBRTlffOS.
rvAll ar latitat U latt lb Booaia aad aaa
QRANT AND W1LS0S.
TfaaraaHIIbaaaraaHItkUfluUaaj ( lha aAmlea.
Uu(U 8. OHNr for Praaldant ka4IIKIIRr
WILWN far Vlaa Pratlatal aadar tbaaaairiaaaal tka
lUpabUoaao ranlatUitnaof thtDliUktaf UoUmbH
TUURSDAT RVRMtHO, JUHK 'JO.
I froal ol tba OH j Uatl. AU lUU aad loaal Baaab
lUaaeriwIaatlaBi ara aordUIIj larlUd U patUol
JOHN 11. BROOK.
ItlO PraaldaalTaaag Maa't Rapbltaaw Olah
II k 1 e T t M p I a,
IUBKOTLT O.rrOSITR TUP OLD BTAIfD,
Jjtt Ooraatf aadWIalh Uraa'fc
aOT-Ktll)IIT I'YTIIUM ATTKNTHIN
"" Ton aaa proatra roar Ualfarmi aonplaia at
Wlllall A HanSH03 Paaaaflfaala avaaaa. Tbar
baap avarrtklag varUlalnc lalba Urdar alaar na
haad. Ha-orla, Talta, tUltrioa amlOapa anil ata
raa. Tlr ha tba ajranarfaf Kaikta o ljlhl
aad Kalnt TatapUr Ha-nif, and aaa faralati IbaM
al fMlAry pTloaa. Will KTr A HUOrT
rara-U f03 PawaaylTaaU kTaaaa.
I htraraaiataJtba Ua a tr al Praatloa of Madlcl a a.
Odea, aaoMd d-nc na M aUaat "atath, twrlb
watrraar lyWIm) lM TTU)R,H l
iboutn Amu huoi:n.
Kmbraotac at praaaat a Lmniaaa itaw
BPU1NH ANO HUfitnnil HTOtK,
THE rrOfLtt-S rAYORITK HHOS HOUSE,
03 J WaTantb Htrart
apU-U Wait ia Wartharti It arbat aad K atraaL
INM PKOMPrLY ICKKUUlKDat IhaKri.
rum IU AN JUIl OKPIURtnortbaram aoraar T-atb
batwaaai II tad l,a law doori aorik af Odd ralloaa'
Jlatara to Dr It, A. Bacon aad Rar W JJ. Vim
dfAI.HY A Nil It I A.-tlMIPI LTK Alt
faaamanta hava baa a t la lt aa aarl and
irampldalifarral tba DAILY NATIONAL KKPUIU
LJU An inraaitwat Ui iu I'araaaa daairiaa: b
aarllM will -' laata thalp aimaa imI I al
lllBlncbalonaaf J U HIHPMIN.Nft.l'kKlaa: a rl,
aad UayUI bapraapU arailal lha rata of II W
aaala pat waak. UKHRIT blUI AOH, Agtab
f VHlagla aoplaa aan ba ehUlaaJ aarr mamla al
tba Kawa DapnU of J, 1 OttX.lll KIbji Kraal, aad
umnuA Tm inanuritN mmiiihIi
piioroflALH roa bkip,
Orru tula-act iKDBR-iit-tKa AoaoT t
KOaT IULL,lDHllJaaaa lUJ, (
BaaUdbldlgla daplloaia. (auk aUfaiar auar
aataa aicoad h lata raapiatlbla partita, imI bl 14-,
IbalbandawtU bailTan oi aaanl of aoolraal,) m
ba raoalvad al tblt aaaaUI liail'wh a ra.laaa
aa.llTa.farfaralahlaa laiC4tC HKHif iba Haar
vaUoalrata Jolt I lali. to Jai.WTl.
Ittabaaf If AaiartaM atUatlbadallarl avary
U dara, la qaaaUUaa anaat tka aaala of ttta Raw
Ttiath.A Hiuhldl r IhArldAB laJ
Tbartjat Uraaarradla tataalaayoa aUMla,ala
tJaat aa? aaUla tbat ar aa la aoadiUaa far nar
Parwaattaha faadata aaasrdaaa wllh Ikartra
latkau af iha ladlaa llaraan
Abi tartbar lafuraiala daait4 aUI bafaratabad
onaopUMltoatolhlaanoa, J, l llltlll
JiU V K. WpaclalladUa Airaat.
pRorosAUt roK kkkpinq BUOld.
UaoTT-Motna laariorok )
'uraicr, CoarimnLLt, V
aait, r raialac, raalaalac aad kaMtlaa la tkati
(rapaapoaiuoaaaadta ad acdar aU tka bunra aaa
a tka akaaaato of Laka Okantplala. aad aoak oiban
aaaiavba aatbarlaad lot aaa faa, f tarn iba Itldaj
a arMMa am., aa
ait, r raialac,
af Jala aaalLalha
rordlactatbaratalallaaiaaf tka Libl-baaaa Board
aad Iba prlatol aoaalHoaiUaa, oaplat af abloh aaa bo
!! py bpihtibb at (an suan.
h Mrfu. I Ihd, IJaht.lu ul ItdlHl
J. If HTRONM.
Oaaaaiaada Uallad Slataa llarf, licklaaaa laapaw
ivr Hini ifUMivii V
pRorosAlft rofTwooLxji BLAXxm.
Dtrrri QOABTBiiiAmk aiwajuta Orm,j
PuitADSLraiia, Hay K lart, J
flBalAd BHtfwiaala will Ka umlnil ik LKIa bMi
vhara pronar fora UI ba famlabad, naUl 11 a air k
tm., i w iviuai , gut is, vt a. rar u v liar !
iaa poaojiaiii araai, rnuanaivDia.or
luiiu WlMlLRt HLlNaKTH.
abaaf Ibaaciaf aUndar 1 alaa aad oaifbt, aad tnada
pura, toac atapl Wool oalr, aad la anatal aa
abaddr,bair ar aayeUar adallaraUoa, aad to am
I na to a aaalad aaaaiiU, whlab aaa ba aaan at ifcU
fiitoa. arKWAiir van vukt,
Dapata Uoattarauatar Uaaavai, Brarat UorUa
p bo roa 4 w roR watkr trahuporta
liaro UniiTiiHUTUl Orrira.l
WaamautOM D U.Mwil.iaTl (
a iwihwivih vw rntiiig at
, ,JaaaU. ln fartba aarlimt
uai of (ha daiu Iraa aortal ion aarruiaa a aula
Ui Ikla aitrkad Porl Paat aad tVaaklartoa.
Md.wfaUhMtaf banxialradbftbla ItwiMrtiBaat dav
laalkaftaaa laaraadioc Jaaa W, ltn.
Ulddaia ariu a'a tba prloa par naa aad tba mU
parpaaaai I'M, int iwa I" una at wnwa iaar will
aarrr tba f
m in nanaaia baiI aioraa. MAca bid amaal ka
aoaa (M aoaUaal la ba aiard lata U1 ba dal aa
Tkarlablliraaarrad to ralaot anv aad all blda awt
daowad adraitasaoa to Iba Uallad aHatoa.
ropgaala ara I ba adJraaaad W tba uadaralcaad,
rOalnlf marka-l wPrutwla for Wim 1 raaaiiuru.
tlna." IIlddaa ara lantad to ba p rata a at tka
"a f wtkar Inf ifma'toa, daalradwIU Utrlrakoaj
appiiaaUoa to Una aAaa,
BOPosiLi roR muppMiui.
UitiiTwairr nw Dunn. 1
8t Pad hum . liar M.U
par nviri Lraaeit, tor naa yaar lrm jaaaaut !
I'oatalMar bar a Paalda llmllmA Ihulu t.1 Jawaa
rlvar. 1) T. rU aordaaf Oak Waed aad IW) loaaof
1 uat at If otll ara ral)a Railroad Oraaalacor VI
aoarlrlTar bataaaarorta HUaa id taraatoa, D T
IjtUaorUaof Uotwa Wood aad bliloaaaf lUj. .
la aaa tba w4 aal bar MJpuUtM to ba dallf arad
al tba aw pat, Nonbara Partfla RUlroad O oaalac
ofJtuMrlrar alontd aot b raqulrad at aald roa't
blidaraalil auiatb rato at whim tbai will dalrar
I Da Doa qaaauitaa ci
kad aMihaattarataproiMaalniuat baaaooiapael d I
iba auia of on a toautaad duliara (Al.VJulla U"HM
KUlaa foada or a lartidad aback aa a National Ilaah,
trtftfia nAVAhlB lAlhd Bftijif jkf ttiA DnarlflrmuUr llai
oral, to latrantaalba vaUditf of tbaUditoba for.
fat (ad to tba Uallad Hta aa prortdaj tba pari' tan
dartnf It, tn eaaa of award on i14 bid, faiiadulf tai
iui a aa Wautorr aoatraeb laotbar etaaitobara
urat to tba bid lar raapaatlvalf wban eoatracl kC
dar ibla adrartla uaal ara ttoallr mada
A aor of tbat adrarilaamaal muit aooomptbttoli
1 armtaatoa will ba flraa eaalractora tiaal wood
aad haj for tba Mt abora aaaaad oa Iba aalllUrr
a aaa from I
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Tkaaa proimaala alii ba raWradal tbti nfflua np lo
niaa ri ido iiararinani uommaaurr
.jib ortnaniiiaariK n. '... M ,,...
kl IkuUM'" V spplUslloa
D'paty CJaartoraiait! ti antral,
A "TOUT OP IB. ITILSO.
lion, Itenrr WtlAon Itftmin who neTor
(ornu ft promt or rt friend. No betlor
lllniirkdon of hid character can filrcn thaa
b lha narration of an Incident, well known
In lha ntUo town of Natlek, where ho haa o
lonff rostded. and whero ha la 10 deeclrbo-
lorcd. Bone time In the Tear 1833, when
Mr. Wltion wm eaKajccd la the manufacture
of ihocs, he waa one day accented hj a bright
Ilulo fellow of fterhepi a doien yeara o( age,
who carneitlr doalred employment, TUo boy
waa poorly drewed, an 1 lil whole appear
ancn dinotcd extreme porerly. Mr. Wilson
made eoo loqutrlei of him, and learned
that his father was a man of In temper a to
habltAj who neglected to prorlde for and
crmJIy til treated his family, and that tfao
boy, whom we win call Rovers, desired to do
ttiiftimuono couia to aid la their support.
Ho was Instantly enzAued. and worked faith
fully and cheerfully for scleral weeks, until
be had earned what In those days was thought
a neat Utile sum of money, which to his poor
mother would be of the greatest ainUUnce
When, howorer, the fondty anticipated
'payday" emme, Rogers waa crnclly disap
pointed by bis father entering tbo factory
and demanding his son's waes of Mr. Wit
on, lo which of wane ho was obliged to
accede. The father then commanded bis son
to return home that night, and left luo fae
lory went bl Iter If. and heraa his rtrr-tiarkllnna for
departing. Wbllo thus engaspd, Mr. Wilson
tpropcaca nun ana seia, ' itocers,yoa nave
been a trood. f Allhfal bo, and I km sorrv tn
hare you go. If eier you want a friend come
tome.' men, pistingin nis nana Uio lull
amount of the wages be bad already paid the
father, ho hurried away before the hoy could
ret ly. The two did not meet again for more
than twenty rears
lo 1803, while Sergeant Rogers, of tho
Mass., wss serving lu the Army of the Toto
mas, be became detached from his regiment.
While plodding wearily along In the effort
to regain It, be was passed by a carriage, In
which were two gentlemen one of them ho
recognized as Senator Wilson A little
ashamed of his forlorn plight, Rogers hung
bis bead to escape recognition this move
ment attracted the attention of the Senator,
ho stopped the carriage, aud calling the ser-
gtnt to him, bo In pilrcd.
"wnai regimental) youbuiongior
" Massachusetts "
'Where Is Itstatlonedr
"1 do not know, sin I hara taen dulaxheJ.
For a moment tbo Senator seemed to bo
trying to recall bis features, and then aakedi
'! not vour name ltozersf " Recelrlnr ad
afllrmatlre reply, ho ei claimed, "My friend,
wucro nsTrj yuu vzzn uiuas yearar ana toe
hauds of the Senator And tba acnre&nt wern
rrtrdlally da pod. Mr. Ilaonsnextquestlon
waa ciio waicu inaar a ,our aowicr uas uearn
him aslr, "Rogers, do yoo need any money?'
"No, Senator, I know that 1 look a llulo
rough, but I havoa lew greenbacks left yet. '
"Well, that Is good I wlUsuo yon again,
aud with a hearty good bye tho Senator
The same day Korars rejoined his reel-
moot. About a week later be waa sumtnoDid
to tho tent of his colonel t renalrlmr there hi
onco more found Senator Wilton, fkrgoanl
ttogers, no aald, l have the pleasure ot pre
senting to you your commUilon iu lieutenant
In your regiment, and If your future record
Is as bonoruhlu as In tho past, I shall netrr
regret the appointment. Utterly surprised at
bis good fortune, so enllnly uueipected, the
recruit could fljd no words tocxpres his
thanks, but his brilliant After career was a
s Oleic nt proof that tho confidence placed In
blm was well bentowod, and be will ever fe
me nhr wlta gratitude the klnducss extsuded
to him by one whose whole life has been
sicut lu aiding the poor, and In the servke of
tue down trodden and oppresaod.
HIT. DK. III'STUI.
His laJIct-uat ritkS Grsad Jiry.
The irxand lurr of the Criminal Court.
Judge Oilmorc, yesterdiy found a true bill
agirnst Rev Lorento Dow lluaton, foradul
u.ry with Mary UrlscolL, heretofore doalj
natul as the Sunday school girt, In this Uty,
on tbo 3lih ot January, isri1 Tbo lodki-
men rouuuna loree couuts, an cniDratliig
the same charge, bclug only leibnlcally dll
fercnL Tbo puoalty upon conviction for the
offence, which under our law Is only a misde
meanor, Is 110. The names ot Mary Urlscull,
and her mother, Carol I do R. DrUcoll. appear
upon tho back of the Indictment aa wltm-sius.
Dr. Huston, as Is known, Is not now In Balti
more, and for a mere rolademoAnor tho conrt
has no authority to Mod for the accniuvl nut.
side of the State. The counsel forDr Hus
ton in tnis city, Mr. samuil onowden, lias re-
; nested tho deputy State s attorney, 1 redorlck
Inckney, ewj , to fix Uia ball In the case, and
It hi been agreed, alter consultation with
with Mr. Knott, Staled attorney, lo fix tho
bond at 1,000.
Itlsnnderstood that Dr, II union's counsel
has notified hlin by telegraph of the acllou of
the grand Jury, and It Is further understood
that Dr. Ifustou Is Indisposed, being threat
ened with tjphold fever The Indictment
charges that the offence was committed upon
a certain date, but at the trial of tbo accused
the committal of the act at any other Umo cau
be testified to No charge of seduction Is
made, as tn the case before the Uto ecclesias
tical court, which Inquired Into the allegation
of Immorality against Vr. If , preferred by
the same girl as tho MarxUad statute which
makes seducUun a felony was not In force at
tbo time ot that alleged offence.
Tbo charge of adultery with Virginia Hop
kins, the other girl who testified before the
ecclesiastical court, Is debarred from consid
eration by the grand lory by limitation, ac
cording to section 10 of the 37th article of tho
rode, whl-h says tbat no prosecution or suit
shall be commenced for any floe, penalty, or
forfeiture, or any misdemeanor, except those
punished by confinement In the pentteotlary,
unlcAS within one year from the time tho of
fonco was committed Jtatttntorv Timt$, Kt
A Used lister.
Talktug ot hatrrs, however, the bitterest
mat crcr occupitu a, acatin tuencoaie wss
the late Wm. 1. ITessendcn.
Mr lusscndouopet aversions were Sumner
aud Wade. He could, perhaps, bavo glvo do
better reason for his feeling In either fuse
than tbo metrical one assigned for the dtsdko
ot Dr. Fell, but he waa very well convinced
lo bis own mind that ho hated tho Massachu
setts and the Ohio Senator, and ho never
failed to profit by tbo opportunities for mant
festlog his dlllike. It used to gmh out on all
Iropcr and Imi roper occasions, and often
io adopted expletives to give It special eni
IbarU, I remember tbat during ibo debate
oo the reconstruction bill, Sumner came Into
tbo Senate one morning, Just beioro the hour
for assembling, with a portfolio under his
arm, which It was well uuderatood contained
a prepared speech Just as he entered the
door, Fieacnuen saw him from bis scat, and
exciaimca to a irtuna to wnoot uo was uik
lag, 'Look atthstd d fool, coming Into
debate with his writing desk!" Sumner, In
the coune of the dsj, delivered hU preparl
address, and Vesacndcn replied to tl without
u' moment a preparation, and In a p'u.b
characterized by tho iharpcst. Irony aud tho
keenest sarcasm ever uttered tn the Senate.
s ait extemporaneous debater, tt Is safe to
ray tuat roaacnuco never naa an equal on tne
floor ol the Senate Ever bod v waa afraid ol
bis Invective, even If they could meet hU
arguuiuuu ureu oowh tne icaa oitworsicu
he would los his temper, and, while malnr
talnlng the outward semblance of dignified
debate, would Indulge In a stylo of personal
commont which alwara came within a hair a
breadth of Invoking tbo intervention of the
A story Is told ot Fessonden which so well
Illustrates his Irascible temper that few who
knew him will disbelieve U 1 beard It not
long since from one who was an eye witness
of the scene It relates. Mr Fesseudcn, as Is
ierhape known, was tho natural sou of a dis
tinguished New Eogland lawyer, from whom
ho Inherited both temper and talent. Father
and son were at one time engaged on oppos
ing sides of an Important law case. The
oong mai was tceu addicted to Indulgences,
uot uocom non then as now with tboe of bis
age and tla tho Is to say, he waa Inclined
to be what Is called fast In tho cross-firing
of tbo suit the father made some reference to
this facLthtiuzh la what manucr aud Inwhat
words ray Informant did not say llul It
was sufficient to sting young Feasenden to
the quick, and be was not the man to let
eten his father get the belter of him In such
a matter So, when his torn came for reply,
he determined to suusro accounts with the
old gentleman, and looking and pointing
directly at him, ho aatdt MWball you arraign
my moral character, when the proof of your
early guilt stands before you In this court, to
day!' I doubt It a parallel to this can bo
' fouud In hlstor.and )Ct OS I have Said, It
i uas mo stamp oi win am r i-cssenacn upon
.ry 1tW t( uch fcn H,cut ,hat nien h0
knew the Senator will not doubt the storv
now 014 Tlkted TlritalskraalaM Braids.
. .. JPrbaBaa01a.
A Mr. T nomas Hartley, a connection of
Governor Kndlcott, of Massachnactta, made
a visit to Virginia In 1631 In writing to tbo
Governor, on Jane rJ, of tbat year, he felici
tates himself on the fact that ho haa been
greatly blessed by Providence Unco ho has
been allowed to see how tho people luMr
glnla deport tbemclrcsi"ln their families,
their churches, and their courts." He was
particularly Impressed by that popular Inttl
lotion, a ducking stool a device which tbo
Virginian colonists, It seems, learned In Eog
land, to keep women from fully and freely
expressing their opinions of each other and
of tbo male sex Mr, Hartley waa evidently
a gentleman who desired to keep woman ' In
her proper sphere) ' and ho gravely aays of
the malo Virginian u
" Tbey havo a law which rcades somewhat
In this wlect Whereas It be a elon and a
shame for scolding and ljlng Tongues to be
left lo run loose as It Is often tho way
amongst women, be It therefore enacted yt
any woman who shall, after being warned
throe several times by ye Lboich, persist lo
excessive scolding or In backbiting ber neigh
bors, shall be brought before ye Magistrate
for examination, aud tf ye offence be fairly
B roved upon her. rho shall be taken by an
fflcar nj pointed for )o pnrpOM, to ye near
est pond or deep slreamo of water, and there,
lo tbo presence of said Magistrate and of her
accusorf, be publicly ducked by said officer
In )o waters of ad pond or sircamo until
shce shall make a solemn promise! aheol
never sin In Ukomanner again.
Mr. Hartley was Immensely cdlfledby wit
nessing a ihlntog example of the beneficial
operation of the lawt and wo quote Che re
mainder of bis Utter In fullt .
"The dsy beforo yesterday, at? of ye clock
In yo allcrnooo, I saw this punishment given
to one Betsey, wlfo ot John Tucker, who, by
Jo violence of ber longne, bas made bis
ouse and yo neighborhood uncomfortable.
She was taken to ye pond near where I am
sojourolog by by officer, who was loynod by
yo tnaglstrala and ye minister, Mr. Cotton,
(who had frequently admonished ber.) and a
largo number of people. Tber bad a mn
chlnoforyopnrposot ytbetonged to ye parish,
and which I was told, bad been so used three
times this summer. It Is a platform with
four small rollers and two upright posts be
tween which works a leer by a ropo fastened
shorter or heavier end. At ye end of yo to Its
huger arm Is fixed a stool upon which ad
llctsey was fastened by cords, ber gown tied
and fastened around her. Ibo machine was
then moved np to yo edge of ye pond, yo ropo
was slackened byycomccr, and ye woman
was allowed to go down under ye water for ye
space of half a minute. Betsey had a stoat
stomach and would not yield nntll she had al
lowed herself to be so ducked fire several times
At length sue cried piieonsiy, 'Let me guf
let mego 1 by God a help 1 11 sin so no more.
Then tbey drew back ye machine, untied yo
ropus, and let ber walk homo In her wetted
cloibos, a hopefully penitent woman
' Mclhourbt such a reformer of great
scolds might be of use tn some parts ot Mas
sachusetts Ray. for I re been troubled many
a time by the clatter of ye scolding tongues
ol women yt like ye clack of ye mill, seldom
co we from morning till night.
1 expect to stay here about tho space of
a moon yet, when I shall goo In a vessel
from Jamestown lo Salem, where I sbalt
havo yo honor of saluting you aud Mr. Wil
liams as yr bumble and must oo t servant.
" inUUAS UAHTLKT
It seems tlmt Mr Thomas ltArtlcv'a rdous
wlah that the ducking-stool should bo Im
ported Into Massachusetts was trratlfied. and
tbo writer of the article tn the liecord gives a
wood-cut renrcscntlmr the Massachusetts va
riety of this togcnlons contrivance for pro-
motiDir lao m-ar oi i aminos, is mtui oe
con I cased mat Alas ocunaelts was. as usual.
a mue aueaa oi irginia in ciimxaiion. An
arm shatr was here substituted for the stool.
ana our vixens naa tnus a s irnt aorantsirfl
oicrthtlr erring sisters of Virginia.
A New York correspondent asm Vi hen 1
wrote you laat weik tbat Tcnulc C. Uaflln.
one of tho famllr whose antics have keot
them before the public for tbe left two or
lurva yean, nan rcaiiy maaa an application
to thu board of nlliter of tha Ninth ml.
ment. National Ouard, to elect her their
colonel, In i lace of the late James FUW, r ,
although I know from authentic sources the
aosoiuie irotn oi wuai i stated, i nod it dim-
cult to even myself believe In such an ab
surdity. Tho woman was, however. In earn-
ono went to a lasnionaoie iiroadwav
military tailor and ordered a full suit of uni
form of a cuionel of tbo National Guard, the
cost oi wuicn, inuuaing sworn, epaulettes,
colden cross belt, and crimson sash with bul
lion frlnse. together with horaa eualmnpnta.
saddle, and alfposalblo allowable ornaments
for the saddle doth aud other fixtures of a
commanding officer, were to cost about
e men went to tno managers of tho
Grand opera house, which she teen red for
latl Sunday night, when sbe Intended to giro
a grand exhibition of herself in full uniform,
on horseback, on tho magnlQccot stage of
uo iuuici, iuv uiauagvr ui liif UWUH UU
til It passes Into the hands of Manager Augus
tus Daly, thinking tbe whole affair a great
Joke, aid a Joke only, agreed to let the thea
tre to tcnnie ior tn evening rpecinca lor a
vcriaia prieo, aaa too icir uargaiocr ucpartea.
lmazlno tho surprise of tho manager, how
ever, when next morning an agent appeared
wuucoaiiin nana, anu empowerca to ciose
the contract. Now. itoor Joo had no mora
fljtna nl luivmllllm. TahiiI. f rtnMIrt mk ah
ivi..vifviuiiiui ivuuig v viauiil, Ul nil J
other woman, to splurgo about on hUstago
uii nurKuuca uu a oaiuruar nignt, toao uo
had of blowing the entire theatre to Halifax!
so the contract was Immediately cancelled.
a uatiDK iocu niaao unucr a mtsanucr
Tho whole public looked upon tbe affair
as a lokci bnt It seems that this eras woman
had absolutely made up ber mind lo make a
CrauuiioracoacK uiipiay on tne urauaupera
slagoon Sunday ulght and she had ordered
that uniform for herself, and those trappings
for her horse, which will cost her more
muuvj tuiuiug nnuba it twit witu, WltUUUI
return It la now said tho Opera House waa
r"iuiM tu ucr, ki mo re ueatoi Airs lames
Flak, Jr., whose property It Is aald to be.
more win, oicturse, nealaw suit, for no
one of tho tribe of Claflln, or Woodbull, can
afford lomlssany, ccn tbeslighlefLchanco
nipalra la la laid.
Al soon aa the leaf Is on tho willow, and
the sweet-scented blossoms of the Ma v tree
mako their appearance In tbo hedge rows of
juugisna, tnsit ine gipsies oestir uemKlvci
to net out of their crowded winter haunts In
tho largo cities. Tbey hare Inherited tbo
pesslou for nature from ancestors older than
any stock In r ogland. The gipsy Is no
gypuea, nor tioucmian, nor ancient wuritt
lan drlveii out of tbo Last by the Saracen, aa
tho French taloEoes. He Is a Hindoo of iba
Aborlglual type his dialect la full, In every
land, of brokeu words from Indian roots; his
uaircuut rouac. ns airy contempt oi uirt,
bis score of books and schools, his turn for
pilfering bis rooted timidity and cunning,
aod his addlctedness to dhlnatlon and black
arts, aro all anil pje legacies from an Atlallc
source. The Dauce call tho wanderers 'Tar
tars," tbe Germans "Helden or Heathen, the
French "Rohcmlaus," and their own word
Romany ' Is corrupted Sanskrit for a bus
band But all tbe other names, Iganl, lo
f;arl, Tchlngcnes, Gltanos. and Cxlgany, aro
n flection of the right title "Incail," mean
"Men of India." He whohaasecn tbe Brio
J art and Blicel tribes of tbdt peninsula hu
seen the first cousins of thoLuropeanGlp
tleat and tbe likeness between them and tbe
roving people ol Beloochlstan and at the
mouth of tho Indus Is perfectly surprising
There exists. Indeed, aa old legend that tbe
ancestors of this singular race were theh
habitant, of a village In Lower Egypt, to
which Joteph and Mary came in their flight
with the Cklld. Tbo fugitive were refused
admission to lulohospItablewaUs, and there
upon a ioloe w aa heard from the sky crying.
"Tboio who abut love out shall be that out
from love After this Ehe doom of perpetuil
wandering, with ceaseless IU treatmearfrom
all men, fell upon the offenders and their pod
terlty The story La pretty, but It Is not trmf
In these dark-skluueq Romanies we undoubt
edly see veritable AaiaUosi and that Incurable
hnoof will life and free air, which they ere ryt
here display. Is the dscp-rooled rello ot their
of India. Ibclr kinsmen, tho lowcasle Hin
doos, aro equally fund of bright colors, equally
atersoto llxedhabllatlonsi t-leier at snaring
wild creatures, chaste within certain wide 11m
lis,iumd, patient, passionate, craity at playing
ujiou vaticreumiiyui uia ciruixcu aou scorn
ful of alt beliefs, except that tt Is very good
to bo whero the sun aud moon can be seen,
fber. too. are hannr In their war. thous-h It
Is not ours Meantime, It Is a pity to be too
uara on mo poor tngan or cogiana may
will die out soon enough when the heather
andthefurxo have alt yielded to wheat and
lurnlns. and whan harel nuts ara not to be
d without ravlDg They do yery Utile
i.. i . i -. r " ". .n.. - - i
, . .. ,u ,,,, w,v IWIUM,t a tvaiiMv vi
wild primeval tJjarm.
WASHINGTON, D. ft, MPNDAY MOUSING. JUNE 17,
Address ef fteercUT Rrtkas lolkstiralaaf
Tlie ceremony of awarding the Jlpl
1 1 the graduates at West Point took Mace on
Friday afternoon, In the presence of a Urge
concourse of persons. The Scretary of frt
General Belknap, delivered tbe diplomas,
and, after tho last "immortal' had been made
happy by Ibo receipt of his sbcepikln ccrtlft
cale, he addressed the graduates as follows i
flBRTLSMklf Or TUB fJLlSA OF lftTIl It Is A
difficult task, at a time like this, and at a mo.
msBt ef so tnacb Intersil to yon rial res, to inaak
propsrly words wbleh Ih bearl prompts, bat
wboss utterance stems Ilk tie alftna; ef en
llmtly adrloaf ysl plain expnsalon nsy be par.
aonad whsnfranknsssof UngusgAflndl lujas.
tinoallen lath interest of tbt ocoirm Aiyou
enter tb reftlatBU or a profasai in which, ta all
lands has vr bn ranked ataonx the biabaat,
Sou will not forgat that yea have vonr eountn s
Dflor In yoor kplna: Sh espeets yea to
bravtdsnasr for her sake, to sndora hirdsfclps
Inhroakss,an4tosaasr, aod lo die, )ar bSpt,
that tba may llvs la pse you srs to labos ta
flaldt of duty mors qelst, yst eftan not Its lm
pnruat, and whthr In war or paaro, te.be
fslthral, true, and puraly loyaL Though Jkhe
sounds or warfaavsecAird, the oonntry sipafts
you to guard bar honor as you would your Stra.
and to carry bar flta- with the asm prl Is wftToh
prnrapu you amona; mora martial aenv
The oooarrsoovs or tb rstslllin ttrjasb wtrkh
tbtUndbssskfalypasisd have given this kead
amy a rr natation and a nam si high that ysur
work will not be dons uotsss yoar olTorts wad
tsward tb prasorvallon of that nnapoitod faai
And yst la this endeavor yoa will hod tbat all
that has bean uogbt you brall that yoa
havo gathered from books and stadias Is bat the
opsnlns; to the vsst rasourea s ef that knowledge
which will com lo you with sprinoe anl
years. Man who know but little of th stadias
ir ouvraa nra oitan aonnu in ioai snowianp;
Urns faatDS on tbe tnlnd of tba obaeraln
man. and wblls vour associations tnavorua ba
with man nnlaamfd In books, yoe may son.
Uaal arather wisdom rrom Ihsm, and find them
no unworthy rivals
It is not nsccssary for ma lo remind yoa or
tbat great uorlslns; of tbo people wban Iron
every (laid and flraiM and in vsrloai avera-
tivnavt unaiDTia in ciusvnsoi svery caning
Cave thslr servloes to sutuin tha nstloa.
nnsod to arms, unnranaratl fur warllka ax a aaa
and unfamiliar with military novsmsnts, they
gathcrad In numbers wbleh surprised tbo world,
aod, endtr tbo leaders blp of man who lu fbls
acaaamy taarnati id surnauuesor tb art or
wsr, fought until their labors closed lu perfect
triumph Thas elllien sot Hers stood sltrby
ski with mn who passed tbrouxh lbs seotlon
rooms of this InaUtutlonf tbey narehsd to vh
tory under their eommand, ami thtae sdm
icsdirs gladly acknowlodit tha faith and bfrsv.
sry and enuring nervy of that remarkabl
bod rot mn who formail lha vnlnntaar ankllara
of tb armies of the United Rtalss, wblle tbat
""irui laaMiara, inireaeDi triiutni, (oiatno
eomblatd foro ol rvtcalars and iwlunteerr In
his analorder "Your ball lea, stents and marches
have dimmed tb lailr ef tb world s past tallt
tary aohlevement, and will bs tb patriot s
rreoodeot lu dercne ot liberty and rlxht for all
Kerslt tbe names and deeds of thoaa dlsfln
falsbtd traduAleswhe have preceded yo in
b mareh of Uf, many of whom hav made
tbalr names Immortal. Sheridan and Bbf man
and Grant and maoy others still lira wkos
names ar rseorded hlyh up on thaeolamaof
tbalr country i history Thomas an 1 godgvlck
and Ucynobla aad Mal'imson ant Sill aad
llarker. with armor tarnlsbl by toll and Umj
bat with hearts uastalned by eUbooor, ban
gon into th presence of tb God of battles.
irainaanersDy tkeBrtavotu to IDecwis
la which they ar nKa;ed, you owe them gratl
tlaJ.thxtentof which you cannot mtasar
now,bal which yon will fully apprselat when
lb MlJr duties of armylUo brlna; Into view
th beeefiu of th education her eoarerrvd
Sadly do w rooalt th memories of Ihosa of this
MrpBOfprofaaaorswbo,slnc I last addressed a
olaas or graduates, hav iron from earth
WUllnily do w drop our Tribute of esteem
upon their craves. Zealous, faithful and levin g
their call I or, w rseoralts their own best
epitaph la th recounted deodt of maayerth
gradustes whom they tauaiht, aad w ssv of
them, lo all slnoerlly, thai they foufht th sxt
fight and kept tbraltb ' '
The aisociallons which cluatsr around this
looatity almost bring with ihsm laapirtrtion
Ilereirfcasplredmsnyor those Incidents which
mad th revolution of tb eoloolas fsmees.
tier A sshlngton and his comrade eftfa pats lot
army encamped lo Continental days. This
lovely itraaai, as besuUrul tbe a as bow, hStd-on
Its race tb reflection, of ibts moueums, wbii
lhaiuo.ss It moved lo IU dally evurs, looked
down upon this plato with Its Ihibt darkened by
th Shadows Ol Lhasa aama araat hi. a llara.
wbsr th memories of ih revolution beooai
more saeraa witn to laps oiuma, it is fortunate,
enllemaa, that tb earlier years ot yoar mm.
BfV Ufa ara ftaat. You Lab a tram Ihaao aar.
rouadlngs mush to fasua year faith 1b lb
hopes ef th republic, aad uaehtomake ysur
lav for liberty UiUdc and soear. You read
her lb stories of th Uevolullon,and lak front
taair peRaa naeiui leaaona. jou eaeriSl Oar tne
legends which tell or tbs trials aad pHvaihaos
and anxious ear or tbos fathers of lb UaJj
for from tbem w gather laflasoess whkh Btak
r us batter men. la th library of lb War
Department at Waak Ian ton aro many of tb
ortKlnal enter books or those roRlmratsor th
Uontlnootal army which were oneampod upon
this ground. Th Ink that marks thes pages
Is as black as ever. Th bands that mad tbos
raeords were, year- aura, suit ta death, but ike
heart of any aaa. Sound with patrtotla Teal.
Ike; whan b looks upon thoeo Unas wtltuuta
th cause ef liberty nearly a eeatary ago.
ltbntretaales tabid yoa all farswelL Th
tutor of lb country U hrliht beyond all pram.
ir h U true to hlmaeir, will brlaa; bo sham, bat
wMohanaybe sventfal beytod antlelpatloo, 1
ballav Ual you will boar tru allegUnoa to tb
Constitution or that country under whoa pre
leotlea banner yousUnd to-dayi tbatsUaiaM
whkh has been born through many trial, and
which, with lis blended oolors, UlabUr tbaa
ver, Is not only th flsg of tb (Jo too, But now
la reality th flsg ol Ih free.
Laura Fair's new trial, Jun 21.
OeeeralUvker, OomnlAsloaeref rBilons
vlslllng his Id bom In Minnesota.
All th organ builders ef Nw xerk, except
it viwiaw new, aia on a auia
Mortimer Thompson, ("Doesllcks,") bai
Idy lleaooBiflald. DUraall s wife, Is 111 be
yond hoi ef recovery.
Charles U LUnd will balld a hotel to cost
iwv,uw, at oara toga.
Ivmdon ou Spiritualism, to th doolrlnes ef
wmen n is a convert, mis wui is a mdiam
-A.T Stewart thlnks-helgh bol-that he
will retire. Let him look out bow that b is lo
earnest. Keying tnat cost uoitaa somelnlog
Tha Albapv Rtata llhrarv twntalna tha na
per on which alitor Andre was oonvlcted as a
Justin McCarthy says tba. Mr. Oreeley i
dress would be considered ijatt elegant and Us
iiuMiua vj luo am ui uiauaion
Ol Ball was deterrad from visiting a New
Lor land towa tb ether uay on account ef th
cam uvea m aajoiBing vuisges.
SlrLdwIn Laudseer, tb lamoes Enttlih
animal painter, bas ga erssy.
wis jaaia oiu,
Josh Billings says h never knew a dog of
nv breed wbauamerar to take hvdrofalrv
fa bad been ihoreugbly vaclnated with buck
(Irani sail far a dollar a Lhauiatxf at Kan
xlbar No wonder Dr. Livingston Ilk lb
country, Stanley will toon sblpaeargatelb
iit vi Jirra.a.
Al lb Isl eomthDomont of William
Jewell Collea, MUsoarl, th honorary degree
of Doctor of mw wsseoafarrtd upon Irwf. fu
T,rUto,cfOotnmbJnUolUge, D U.
Th Unnraaa Kaa-aatahaa baan auirarlna-
for som ttm past Irou a palatal InUammatloa
of th racial glands. Her physicians think ati
win aaro to aDuergo an opera in i mat may uis
Agar her countenance for 111.
M Thters.lt Is aanouncel, has sent lour com-
mUslouar to Londua to lmiulrlnto the working
(ua juairypoiiun wore
dent. It IS sad, propoaei
houses of refug In Farts,
cs to establish similar
Leonard W Jinuia attanJad tha Jarama
1'SJB races tn a s
races In a splendid bogtlah mall eoaoh,
a by funr hlgb-splrltod grays, finely eapart
I Mr Belmont appeared driving four
tk has taeurad rir th next years Italian Op
era no less a slauar than tha arraak k reach bart
too, M. Faar His ngagameets, so far ss
uaill.aij ihuwo, VII I BX WUUBUJU06a, JV)
log. 1 Aure, and UclllaL
LJvlnaitona aontlnnaa haalth. Kavaral
Arrtoaa enldemles hav oo-operaUJ with th
woman of Vjljt tn their at tempi to kill him, but
ti av n yaiywa a mo a.unanJlBarj iuui
Blty has prompted tha- by no-roeaas mn reason
able beUef that be U th WaaJerleg Jaw.
Frederick UuJtoa, now rosldirg upon his
farm at CononrdLMass,for many years Identt
fled with th iltrmU as its managlor editor, has
wrlttSB a very all hlatory ef Journalism 1b lb
u niiau owiH, wiiw i m mw naa via vi mi aiar
pars for publleatloo.
It Is reported that Mr.Qreeley will honor
in uoaioa ituiw ttj neaiaunx aa a epeciaior
at some of lb parformances. Could faebapr
vailed upon to sing, u When this Old Hat was
naw," with variations, com thousands fuUht
be added vsb loth receipts at tb great eels-
Jeannett Dennett and Ida (lreelevwera
both educated al the Convent of tL Baored
Heart, la MaoaaltanvlU. New York, and
itoreo uresisy ana Jms uoruoa uenneit, jr ,
ar amojiDT th most devoted trlendi of tb latll
tutlon Rev. Mother Hardy, tb Superior, la
on of tb ablest and most amlabl women In
tue uaueu Klaus,
Letters from Osnsral Sberma&'a party
show tbat hiirvespUon inRuasia has baa of tbe
most eordlal character Tbo General bad a
great lean ot miuury ODssrvation at sanaa'apei,
Utentavlna a mlnata knowladxaor tho hlitorv
of the ground thai tbat astunfihsd his Knaslan
anieriaiaerB itttore parung tn mayor oi o
iaaw tin aaja yniaoarK waa at
&ahl itronyhoU than ola!toijl,
OAPITL AND DEPARTMENTS.
1 i j- i
Tnasxanit'ailloqetsa&dldaUi for admission
tor the Naval Aeadsmy edd on Saturday,
Sixty candidates ware examined.
SaxATORBcnonz is announced to 'peak at a
raUnt Attoa nmtlog this week at Springfield,
11L, and will ladors areeley nod Brows.
Naw Post Ornca at Motht rtuHiir,-A
new post efflse has been itablthd at Meant
rieasant, In this Dlilrlet,and NalhanUI Oetlon
haa been appointed postmaster,
Patxht Orricx. Th extent bn or Ih patent
of Sidney a Casey, of Detroit, Mhhlgan. for
railroad ear soatand bttha,wai xtndd on
Tna Uommlfiloner ef Internal Seven n bas
approved a aaw sump plat for nukloglmpves.
slonsontlofoll,latend4te beused la pulling
np flsesut chowlsg and ether tobaceo,
Thu aaooud edition of the Uoagrassloaal
d at i star, eotneted t May , lvr J, is evt, and
the DspertsiSaU hr been feralihed with
MaasAa.Aaurraoa) Abd HLDkiDOB,of th
Iniernal itevenas Bkreau, have been designated
by Acting Secretary Rlohardaon as a eommti
sloo to oodlly th revenu laws.
Tas t li ass tn th warrant dtrlsloB,Trasury
Department, have bn kept unusually buiy
during th past week la sttlllag rsUef bills, of
which an extraordinary number wsr nasaed
during the last scishn
A ma Aojttut l, next, gsugers' Tees will be
paid by jtb Government Cemmttslonsr Ihiug
lass has addressed a clreuUr letter to wl lectors
asking them to deslgntt th rat which should
be flxsi In their dlrtrloti,
Tna Yaatle, fltUng eut at Norfolk, will not be
ready for sea until son time In July. Sh will
be ordered to the Ailatle tquidroa Work ou
tho Monitor Mahopse, at the earn yard. Is Dro
grarslngrarMly. It Is xpeetdlhal sh will
"V ulf T,r whtn h jealrs ar
SscniTAnr llaxxvAr has now al h is dlpia
an approprUtlou which will enable hiss to hav
th rebel archives, now In ih War Deptrtmcnt,
searched whenever evidence of clAlmanti' con
nection with tbe rebel archives ar asked by th
Southern Claims Commission.
Somb rxssoifs are nnder lb Impreuion that
tb stock of tobacco la hands ef dealers after
July 1 will be entitled to arradof the dlf.
fereoea btwn th lax paid ef tblriy-two cants
Pr pound akd th new tax of twenty cents. Th
law makes no sush provision ,
Deal no th session of Congress two sUtuea
wr ordered, on ef Admiral Farragut and th
ether or dan. Rawlins. Th Farragut statu Is
to b open to competition, and th Rawlins
statu will be ax ecu tad by an artist to be selected
by a board composed or Messrs. Npofford, Libra
rian or Congress) air. LI ward Clark, th arshl.
lector th Capitol. and Oeaeralltobeook, Oom
mlislouor of Public Buildings aad Grounds.
Tub Treasury Dipartment hu stoppad th
payment f th award of Uootr to Waddy
Thompson, of Memphis, Tsaatsee, eootalned la
lb lat set of Congress, for supplies furnished
to General Kteeles army la Arkansas In lies.
ThaDepariraeBt claims an offset agalnatThomp.
"n, nrvwiqg out oi ioiqb irrcgaur transactions
with the Oowrnmant, ana th amount will not
!- .ui at rauaiMiur aoviiamaut 11 rSacOSa
Aktoso ih new cadets at West Point who
fsilod to pass th reqaUlt xamlaatloa was
thessoerth lets ThoiiAf FrancU Msghr,
lb heroic oummaBJervf th army of lbroto
mae. Oa account or tbe publlo servlots ef his
doMASed fathar.anHl eartata eaaaptlaaal 4ro.
tsneesconnoatoitwltta his failure to pass, th
War Department will probably grsal th young
aspirant another easmloetlon.
Osssavia SaaaBANTSoiAaprBa, of tho tig
aal service, has received orders to hold himself
lo readiness to make a balloon aseenxloa from
Boston on Ih 4th proximo, for th purpose f
acMuuaa Doeervaiion oi uppar-air currents. Tb
aaoeasloa Is lobe th first of a series Inaugu
rated by th War Uinartmiit ilri aMm h.
tb aoluUon efquaatfons In relation to aerial
Aarreats. aargeaatSchaarror Is supplied with
a enmiilet sot of instruments, aod will make a
ivrmai report oi in result ol bis Observations.
Tae announcement of Commissioner Dona-
lass' decision lha. ivuaeeo bonded between Jun
I, the dale f the passsgef the new law, aad
av, u wicnurawB ior eonsumntlOB. must
pay ihe present rales of thirty two can's per
l""i". naa caoaau (no graill opstmAtloa
among maeulactursrs who for tea days pan
hav lea crowding bonded warehouses with
stock, felly i peeling that when drawn out It
WOUll hav to Davonlv twanl aanta hhmhuI
Mr Douglass says thalaw makes th distinction
ou mat h ia uo uouaien oi dis own,
Aaokotb papers hew on file la tbs room of
lb House Uummlttse of Claims at th Capitol
is an aaineotie eopy or a letter from tlaeuin
Jonas 1 Lev, brother l th late dletlngnlshod
Commodore Levy, United tiuus navy, and a
loyal claimant betor in Southern claim a oom
mlaaloo, proposing to th rebel govrnmnL In
lM, a plan ror th bombardment of th cities of
Naw York anil flMMiktvn. il ih. itaatn,!.. r
the shipping and navr yard at tboss points.
The claim of Captain Levy la rejected by tb
claims commissioners In a report of unusual
sharpness ef ton
GoMaTAxnxu JIudi has received orders lo
geithsNarragantottla readiness for th sor
ysylngofth raeino ocean, th expedition to
be under th cbarg of Commander Sksrrstt.
liar battery will b left at Callao. aad such
other changes as may b necessary will ba mad
Hhawlll than report at I'anama, where thecal
ears or tb expedition hav been ordered, snd
wLere th surveying lotirumanta ar to be scnL
Th surrey will commenc with th outer part
or th peninsula or Lower California. la th
meantlm th Portsmouth, now on ber way to
tb United titatea rrom South America w th lb
officers andcrswor th Lancaster, will be put
In order without daisy, aad be provided with
steam launches and all other appliances, and
will then leave for th l'aeifle W Join In th
Naw FoaTAE, Ratbs. Th following reply
toatstsgract from lb Naw York postmaster,
(Jen. Jones, was sent yssterdsyt
"Referring to your telegram of th 12th test ,
I would say that th following are the ratss to
ba chargod oa third olass printed maturt On
all pamphlets, eooaslonal pablloalloos, transient
newspapers, magaalncs, handbills, posters, an.
sealed eiroalars, prospectuses, book manuscripts,
proof sheets, corrected proofs, flexible patlaros,
ssmpl cards, pbonographlo paper, letter enve
lopes, postal envelopes and wrappers, cards,
plain and ornamental paper, paotograpblorepr
sentatioos of d Ila rent types, seeds, eatllngs,
bulbs, roots and scions at a postage of on cant
fur each two ounce or freailua thereof on pack
ages toon address, to be prepaid by stamps.
Co all books, other tha a tho printed by order
ol Gong rest, potlag at two oenls for each two
ounce or rrectlc-n thereof, limited to four pounds
In weight, Oa samples of merchandise, ores,
metals and mlneralugicat specimens two cents
foruibtwo ounces or fraction thereof; limited
to twelve ounces in weight,"
TUK WKATDm ItkTOllT.
Waa Dkfibtw Bay I
W.euiaoTO u u,Jaoa n la. aelirs.
a yd or si toa tbb vast twxmtv rocu nocaa
Tb barometer haa fallen over tho Northwst,
wtth fresh to brisk and high easterly to southerly
winds, cloudy weather and areaa of rain Oooa
slonal heavy rains bav prevailed over th south
and middle AUaatlo Stales. Clear and partially
cloudy weather Is now prevailing over th South,
era aulas, with light to fresh winds, and from
lb Ohio valley northward ever Ih upper lak
and northeastward over tb New England and
tb northern portion of tb Mkldl Stat, with
light to fresh winds
Falling barometer, aasurly to southeasUrly
winds, cluudy weather and aroasof rain prevail on
Monday north and weatof th Ohio valley. Clear
and partially cloudy weather ever the Southern
Blat with light fresh winds, and over th
wx.Dgiana ana mijiii mates, with light lo
fresh winds, except along th lower lake regions,
wbsr Increasing cloud lnsss, threatening
weather, possible rain, and train (o brisk south
aatariy winds aieprobabl.
The Foreat Oltyi of Cleveland dcrsatcd th
Muiuala of Now York, in tho former city, on
Saturday, by a seer ef ll to 4
Dclsfla BanJroi son In law of Trealdant
Jusrsi, Is rsias lo New York It Is reported
that a Is coming to this oouatry lo purchaa
arms for lb Mexican gorsrnment.
General Delknait, Sacra t try of War, visited
lila l.il. i.au LT i. i i u.1! j
iHiHig, iunwourg, n i vn naioroay,
and raiuruej m the evening to Wen l'olat.
Qeneral Franklin, General J R UawUy,
el tb Hartford Courtntj Sir Bach Cunard,
Cl Dull, and several delegates to lb Interna-
.wMBi a-itavn uongreaa aaiioa ior curon en Dai
Tha atlaar vaAnara tt Nn Vsirtr an.l UmnV
lyu bar decided to suspend operations, and
bar recalled all tbtlr avaUaui stocks lo keep
lb market from a corner Tb mannfaoturers
attbeir meeUng on Hsiurday resolved to go In
to a lock which wilt daprlr$,0W uiea of Work,
Tbe w naday frfivr Not l D Kersafed-
The Hirer Pront-Crnteaatal tele bra
lln-r-iag ef the IJeoaee BIII-N
nraalan of the laaaell.
Tna Corset l waa net la stsaloa today.
Th llfidl me bat i n.m.i twelve mamhata
ftir.i'Iper tnove-1 to suspenl Ihe rules, and
read Council bill No, I, amendatory or lb act
prescribing th manner or assessing and collect
leg taxes for special Improvements,- a second
Yaaliaaara. n.mll. tta.la (MrLiM ItaaJa. It.
rtara-aiaaara. nraa nnrr, nafaiay. uaaipveil,
boatf.UalUaa, lliat aad tb Bpaara,
Mr Ilandv Introdncad a bill annronrlatlaw
(20,14 to snabl tb Governor lo reimburse Lltia
tall for a water tax mid In error. Hararrad La
Commute on Claims
Mr Lliames introductHl a eoecurrent resole
tton suspending th operations of tb set of Au
gust 10,1171, la relation to th assessmsnt and
collection of taxes for special lm prorates a is, and
moved to suspend th raise aod; consider th
resotatloa at th present time Th motion was
rejected yeas . nays 10 Messrs Davis, Dick
son, Handy, LeBsroes, Murray and riper vol
lap In tb affirmative
Mr. LeBarne tuu moved to make th reso
lution ta special order for Monday. Rejected
ysas a, nays 0
Mr Brewer Introdaced a bill approprlatlBg
$10,000 to rolmbars Hunt a. V llllama for losses
uaulned la In construction of th Jederson
school building Rererredlo thCommltuon
Also, a bill to retmburs the owners of prop.
ertr on Pennsylvania avenue, between First and
Flflacuth streets, for a portion of th eoat ef th
Improvement or ssld avenue. Referred to th
Committee on Claims
Mr Choat Introduced a bill to authorise th
Oovernor to Invest tb fuad to endow th schools
elWashlngtonandtbltrest thereon. Referred
to th Oommltle oa Schools
Mr Campbell Introduced a bitl prescribing
ordinances ror th preservation of health la f he
District of Columbia. Referred to th Commit
tee oa Health.
Mr Collins, from th Oommltt on Waya aad
Means reported a bill authorising th sal of
tha town hall property In Georgetown.
Also a bill In relation to Ih oulloctlon of cer
tain sums due th lata corporation of George,
town on account ef street Improvements, and
other accounts, with amendments
sir iirewar. rrom tn uoinmitt on uiaims,
reported a Mil for tho roller of Marinal II How.
II. appropriating ia 23, for taxes erroneously
Mr HanL from ih Committee en Police, re
torted a bill for tL am nreaakin of trade in and
circulation of obeewne literature.
Also adversely upon a bill repealing tb act
authorising th closing ef baihera ahoi s 00
Mr fJamrtball addrraaed tha Ilooia In a ti amort.
oftb bill, and moved Don-eoncurvoe la the
report 01 tne oommitiee.
Mr i'lnar defended the nreaent law. and aJvo.
oated Its ratentlou upon tt atatut books
ir uviitna, m rapiy to a ram ara aa w in ex
Unstoa of tb preseat law ever Oorgetown,
said that barber shops war closed tber under
an old ordinance of tb corporations
thing to tba credit or Georgetown tbat a man
could get shared there en Sunday, 11 argued
that lb only effect was to allow lb barbers to
go around and shave thslr customers snd receive
iwbv or mi umaa mo regular pneo. 11 au
vocated tb repeal of th law.
Mr Choat opposed the repeal of th law
Tb report of th oommltt was concurred In
yeas, nays a, .
Mr. LeUarnes, from tb Commit tee on Blttrlcl
OfflefS, reported a bill toamendtbeactcreatlng
oeruln offloers In and ror th District of Colum
bia, and authorising appointments thereto, and
auihorltlng th appointment of three Instead ol
iw Karuaga nuuiera ior eaou voui
Also, a bill to DrotlJa for tha eitabllahmont of
sssssament districts, th election of a superin
tendent or asaeaament andtaxafl andaaacuora.
aa4 todaaao tbalr entiea and pvoaerlba their
Mr Carroll, from th committee on Flection,
reported a btil fixing th time for boldlmr tb
anaualalectlooa ou tb second Tuesday la Oc
tober In each year
Mr Hhei herd, from th Committee on Indebt
dnss of tn District, reported a bill to provide
forth payment of tbo debts or th tat Levy
Court la lha District or Columbia.
Also, a bill providing ror tbapaymentof the
debts ef the late corporation of Georgetown.
All ef th above bills reported frvm commit
ters wer read a second time and laid orsr.
ua motion 01 mr. Hocpnoru, tn nui toruna
unsettled liabilities of th city of Washington
anu proviuiug ror ui leaning oi oonaa ana i
levying aaa oouecuon or tax to ps
was taken ud aod considered.
arlous amendments wer acted UDon.whn
tb consideration ef the bill was farther post'
poned until after the ca. 1 dlslrlcls on Monday,
Mr Campbell, by unanimous consent, Intro
duced a Mil to provide for the construction ef
market shad la sqaar lit. Referred to tbe
CommltUe oa Markets.
Mr Drawer, from th Commute on Claims,
reported a bill making an appropriation or I
to pay for medicines aod medical attendance for
lb poor ef the Second legislative district. Read
A second Urn and laid over.
Mr Wall, from tb Oommltt on PubHo
Works and Property, reported a bill to author
ise th Board of Public Works sod Property to
dredge and Improve tb channel of th Potomae
river from Long Drtdret Ureenleal s Point,
and appropriating t'0,0M for tb purpoa. Bead
a second tun and laid over
Mr Uoa. rrom tbo Uommlttaa on National Tta.
latlons, reported Council concurrent resolution
relative U th appolatmBtof repreaenUUres
at tb CenunnLal celebration, and It was
r. (Jot Una. from the tlammtUaa on Wava and
Meant, reported back th annual lax bill. Head
a second tlm sad Hid wer.
Mr Burs levlnt rod ued a resolution authoris
ing th mploymot of an assistant to lb Chlf
uiera waion waa agraoa io.
Air. (lax lntradnutad m. bill tn aothorlta tba
Governor to Institute proceedings to open and
condemn Monroe street, to Intersect with Bridge
Bireoi, i raorgobowii. itaiarroa veuommiue on
Publlo Works and Property.
Tb Rous than took up th license hill as tba
Th amendment proposed by Mr Campbell,
was rejected yeas 4, nays v.
Mr Campbell moved to further amend by eg.
mpllng manufacturers from the payment of a
water taxi which was a need to
On motion of Mr L Barnes, th tax on banks
anu Danaeie was maae m insieaa oi ou cents an
nuallvon each tbousand dollars ef capita! In
Mr Campbell moved to strlk out th para.
rapaiBii-uaiiiB m ava upon oarea, wagona anu
drays. Rejected yeas 4, nays 10
The subeUtute for th bill proposed by Mr.
Dsvla was r looted vaas a. naia lo.
Tb bill was than read a third Urn aod
passed yeas la, Bays t, Messrs. Campbell and
LslUroea voting la tb negative,
Mr Bond,rrouithCovmltten Laws and
Judlolary, reported a bill amendatory of th
act providing for th tattle me at of dam at
susUined by tho Improvement ot Bridge street
muavrgatvwH. aeoonu umi anu iai4
At t e clock, the House adJourad.
Ftooa During the past week prices of soma
grades of flour deellaod from is to 50 cents pr
RxoxirTa or Dbsim ahd ilocb. w. H
Duugsll has received per canal J03 barrets ot
flour, 41 bushels ef oats, and 300 bushels of offal i
II Talbot fc. hob 8W bushels of corn, and Hartley
at Dro. iiQ bushsls of corn
Tun Now Railroad Loglneer Derrick and
several assistant engineers or th Piedmont and
Potomae railroad bav surtedon an exploring
tour through Loudoun county, a , for th pur
pose of selecting a rout fur th naw road
Impabticidb. Saturday Bight th attention
or tb polio was called to tboTact tbat tb body
ef a dead colored baby, about two years ol age,
waa la th boos of Airs. Normar.cn Second,
near Prospect street, waioh had- died nnler toys
Urlous elreumstanoss An offlr waa aant ta
th house where th ehfld was lying, and upon
thlaformaUoagalaaddmd ft necessary to
notify tb coroner, who yoeurday arierooou,wlth
ma auuuMi oi wr. Appiaoy, neia an examina-
her was found la
tb throat of th el
roat of th child a larg quantity of bread,
gas though It had been pushed Into th
, by forced means, and la addttloa to this
throat br forced maana.
evidence ther was found a bruise la th upper
part of th nouth. upon these evidences of foul
uaMuresiioguaei cue coroner aeemeaaa in
quest necessary, and will hold one to-day at 11
m Upon Inquiry among lb neighbor It waa
gleaned tbat tb child s molherLaoy Rivers,
bad left 11 la charge ef Mr. Normar about one
year ago, as ah, la oonseqaeuo of Its dollset
health, wsaunaol to ear for It aal attend to
her work at Brannlag's reitauxant, on rotomao
street, where ah was employed t and repoetng
confidence tn Mr Normar, gav herself ho eon
cern about th child. It is asserted that on Sat
urday Mra Normar crowded food Into th child
throat to such an xtnt that It died a few mo
, The naw Snentah Minister for tb colonics
has telegraphed lb Governor General or Cuba
to be Arm lu his resolution to uphold th InUg
rltyof the empire and chastise tb enemies of
th paetneattoB of Cuba lo all parts ef th
The Havana DUr publishes twostatsmsnt
relative to tLeaieamer LJger Mcwsrt, on of
which la tbat th steamer arrived at A spin wall
without being abl to disembark ber cargo or
I th iron-clad ArapHoaladlscnsslng tha Unrlo
lua question with the cneiuelan Government
I and it la expected that tbe matter will be am)
i i i
FOREIGN AUD DOMESTIC.
Mrrtlrtgorike lrtaf Albltratlon til lie.
nave.-Vms I aad DrMaadaaa Aa-Jaaroaarat
-TbeQaeatUnt) be niaraa.rdTo.dar
A Tr-rrlble DlanatPr al llreflllo-ii-ptaaloa
efa tfeamrr-riny-alx IVr.oaa
Killed -TboMrnr-.Mn Navaa A.hare
TbeKlsM-Waarmifke-AIIIoi la Jtrvey
Clty-jfaplaaloHof nUnrubeat near Mr.
Grvger, lavra Tbe Iloalen Uolllaeam
THE firUMAX GOFgflEV,CL
X ret lag of the Board of Arhltratli.
Guar A, Jan lS-Tb tribunal for tba ar.
bltrathmol th Alabama claims net alnooaaA
tbe Holal d r Ills, all th members being prcr.
ant.urollowa Count Sclopes, rerrssentlng th
Geneva or Italy, president efth eourti Hon.
Charles Francis Adams, arbitrator on the part
of the Dolled 8tatst Right Hon Sir Alexander
OockburBtf representing th Government or
Great Britain; Jacob Slssmlpfll, representing
th Swiss aevaranvanl, and Baron d Iiajubas
raprcMnUtlr of lb Lmperor Don red re, of
Br ill Snmmsrles of proofs aad argumtnu
In support or the eases or Lngland and th Uni
ted States wer transmitted loth arbitrators
by lb rpctlr agents r tb two countries,
Lord Tenterden and J. C. II Davis. Tb court
ot arbitration socn alter adjourned to Mondsy
next at a e clock la tbe afternoon. 1 urther than
Is above stated th proceedings of the tribunal
are kept absolutely secret.
1 " aria nprcui. I
OK Got. Jano la.ltalnr llB maaflna-nf lk
board or arbitrators at Geneva to-day tb Amer.
leans received Important dlanatahaa rum Wuh.
log ton They will absolutely refuse to request
an Bfljoaromaai oi in a r Duration, it l be
lieved that Inlands difficulties la regard to
th arbltralloa ar Insurmountable. Th Amer.
leans ar confident that tb tribunal will not
accede to th Logllsh declaration or abeyance,
Ubbbva. June 18. Tb board or arbitration
under tb treaty of Washington adjourned Ve
terdsy until half past two to-morrow.
11 is rumored tbat the Amarlnana onmaa a.t
journment, and demand an Immediate decision
BkQLABD DIMAUDS AH ADJOUBBKHT
LObTDOW. Jan a 14- Rnalal dtanalohaa frnm
Geneva to th London journals say that tb
sitting or th board yesterday lasted en hour
LordTenterdeu presented a formal demand of
Ureal Britain for adjournment unUl th que
Hon of Indirect claims wss settled with th ual.
led states. Tb American agent replied tbat
be had received no Instructions from his Govern
ment, Tb board will discuss (probably on Mondsy )
th proposal ror an adjournment, rtom dis
patches report that th Americans will ounced
th point, and that Logland will make no (ar
Th American commissioner, agent and
ounce! avlcnggd apartments lo Geneva
for th season. .
Tb representative of England dined together
Bstarday, and will make aa excursion en the
Naw YoazJun IS A Genera special rsyat
Th Lngllsn argument was not presented. Th
cagiian agwnie aiaiau tney ooum not go en Wlin
oat farther oonlereno with Lin Ion Ames
seogr, accordingly, left for London Saturday
evening, who will reach ther Huadaymtghk
Int t motions ar expected by telegrap h from
Uranvlll Monday morning '
TIG. LOffl hTUIKE.
Tkrralalg llllltde ef tfc Strikers.
Naw Yobk. Jun la.-Ootlderabl xelte
ment prevailed In lb up-town preclocu to-day,
where the strikers gathered aad assumed a
threatening attitude. Th principal shops were
heavily guarded by police, and great erioru were
necessary to prevent an outbreak by tb excited
Moat of th trades organic lions held meetings
to-day, and wero In soma Instances harangued
117 oacitou apaaaera.
At Dresant about AM blarkamlths andwhaal.
wrigfiu aro an a strike, but It is expected that
all th union and non anion man, numbering
a,ot, wilt strike Monday. Only ten bosses hav
acceded to ih demands of th man thus fsr.
At tb latest advices from th bollla-erent die.
triotallwas quiet, but ther ar rumors of an
A atOT IB JXnSBT OTT
, Naw Yoag,Jun16 At I o'clock last even-
mg, iuaunieasen m. wieoaera,:augar renners
la Jersey City, struck for higher wages, demand
ing HM Instead off I 7 per day. The propria
tors anticipated trouble, and sent a dispatch to
CllcbadquarUrs,uponth reoelptof which
hler MeWtlllamsand a squad or thirty man
started for tbe ptac ef meeUog When tbey ar.
r!rd th ringleaders of the mob wer ndavor
tag to Incite tb crowd to uk summary mess.
ura iwi mi uuwu luB aulc,
vicnaomaaiincuitv tna man wii raf.i miit
Bergen street. In front ol a liquor store tbey
aiaua auvui.i iwuu, musing mj mail luriuar
Tb police wcro ordered to charge, but the mob
withstood th shock, aod for several minutes ap
peered to hav lb best of It,
Tha Dollae then draw their ravolvera. and lha
cry arose tbat they Intended lo flr, whereupon
laocrowu oroaaaoa (woarviage hi too laciory.
After tb street had boon cleared several of tn
mob war found doubled, havlnr baan BLrnek
down by lb policemen s batons. Officer Laton
iHinwtNuowu or uiowoninaneaa,wnKD,
It Is reared, will result In concussion ef th brain.
1 or half an hour alter the rally, tb men astern.
bled on tb street corners, but gradually die.
parsed, and shortly before I o cluck th police
wer withdrawn Johnson, on of th disabled
rioters, is believed to be th man who struck Cffl
The bakers are thoroughly organising to
strike for twelve hours labor Instead of sixteen.
Tba furrlcra have formed a protective league,
and arranged a scale of price for work. Tney
notify their employers that If this scsi Is not
adopted by Wed need ay next thy will atrik.
A number ot pump-makra and moulders struck
la Brooklyn yeiierday Tb metal and alal
roofers thar will aliik to-morrow. Nearly ail
tb Iron workmen In Brooklyn are oa a striae.
btbi aa pr kailuoad gatrLOTXx.
A lb Aar. June la. Thirteen hundred ma.
cblnlsts,carpatcrsandpalnUrs, employed on.
tuwaiair iwa uaniiM aau jinuiaon juitr nil
road, havo struck for tbe sight-hour system.
Claim was mad last Wednesday, and to-day a
reply was given that It could not b complied
wlib, on which tb men la th shops at west
Albany dropped their work tools, tuarchadoat.
and formed tn line, On of iba leaders called
out, "Those lo favor of sight hours sup lo th
nguL, nut mvia iu larwr vi (en win w ma
laiL." All th men aUDnad ta th rlahL and
afterwards marched with a banner Inscribed,
"Light Hours and No Compromise,' to all th
shops, gathering accessions to their ranks at
very shop, nntll th atrik was completed
One of their leaders addressed them, coun
selling moderation. Tb train hands, swlton
tenders and truckmaa wsr also Induoed te Join
inuiaiiiiaa, itu hm (no lUKtviuilMM
along th entire distance ot tb road.
The movement continued all day, aad It Is
thought wilt exMudlotne Boston and Albany
railroad shops la Last Albany
lioSTOM, Jan io A mealing of th trades
anions has been called la xsncull ball, next
Tuesday avenlng, In rurtbsrance of lb eight,
EXPLOSIvl Or A BAIT BOAT.
A Larg Banner efreraeaa Killed and TT Baled
LI ouaxaoa. IOWA. Jane 15 Tha raft boat II.
A. McDonald, under commAnd of Wall Blgeloo,
passed hara about 4 o dock yesterday afternoon,
and whan nearly oppoalt North MoGregor her
boilers exploded, aod blew all above th boiler
deck Into fragments. The hull Immediately
sunk, In about sixteen feel ot wster Th Ala
maka, a transfer boat between rralrle-du Obion
and McGregor, fortunately waa at th landing
at North McGregor, and want to tb asslauoo
oftb sufferers aod picked up eight or th craw,
fir of whom wero seriously wounded Two of
them hare sloe died
It is not deflnltely known how many wer on
board at tb tlm of lb accident, and It la lm
possible to ascertain al present, as th captain
and owner of the boat remained la SL Louis.
As near as can be mad eut from th stories ef
those saved ther must bar been between
twenty nine and thirty Or.
The following la th list of the crew, aa far as
BAoerUlnod Jack Kellev. kllladi Daalal lloaahv.
of La Oroesa, Injured, sine daadi Mr. Law.
renoe and CbarU PaUraoa, of La Crosse, badl v
hurt) Pat K el ley, or Amboy, badly hurt: Jaa.
Morrison of 8 1, Cher la. Speaoer ltlod of Tram
pleau, Ham. Johnson ol La Cross, Jacob Uao-
" j " ""' "an uigeiow. acung captain,
slightly seal J ad j J, Lyocb, the oock. It La
Croas, unlnjnrvd. Svral of tho crew ar
missing, aud wer probably killed Pst Ian.
!', B.iuou iuv ituey, unujuroui mis
Dowelt, eoolt, of La Cross, and John Marilo,
second pUot, of La Crease, war killed) Kobert
Solomon, seoond engineer who waa on duty at
tb time of th i plosion, and reportad a among
tb killed, ha turned ud. badlr scalded and
bruised, but o&l fatally. U says b was at,
(anuiug oareiuuy (o uia uoi, ana naa inoa in
water not more than three minutes before the
explosion, aad found tbe waUrla the two top
fuages. JI seems to think lb boiler was vsry
nfarlor, but cannot account forth x plosion.
The craw of tb atroma aro nawdrnrninr ih.
""'I JIIW.I. irwifiw vutwua (MKiy.
which cannot be Identified. "
. a. c. A.
Th Pteeeedlsga f th Annual UaveatUa
Lowell Jun It At the mtlng of th
Young MeaaCbrlstlaaAaaoclaUon Convention,
this morning, th oommltt on resolution
make a reporli 1 Int, a resolution pronsunetag
toul absuacee ateiCtur membcrsbln second,
declaring the us or tobacco incontinent with
tb highest lypeef Christianity
Tb resolutions will be dlscutasd this after
Pb rules wro iuspndd, and a delegate
read th resolution which caused sash a com
invUonyoslarday ralatlr to tb Bible o the
pMlfyJepls, pledging thaaffbrf I of th haw
claGon te plecw it in vory Ual bells family
After ih siilon ef rome unimporiant
business, Ssn rrsnctsmt wss selected as the
Rlaet ror tbe next meeting The committee oa
'solutions reported that It wss inexpedient lo
mi'w rraoinuvn in relation m in rename;
ef the Dfbl fn th rcl-oHx, nn th groaud that It
ISBotwKklDlh sphere of this coa vent low to
make official declaration rn any toplo which
does not relate direct ly to Ih work of avenge It.
atkn among young men by agencies approprl.
at to their own organisation, end elted th rs
port of tho 10th annual ooaraollon at Washing
too, D O, page l IX. This and th other reso
utlons and fc, Ics i rotnU a mstlag this after
noon af some excitement.
At th afuvaooa sesaioa ef th Young Men's
Christian Association tb n finished business
ontheUblewatUkeanp, Th prohibition of
as pro Med for by lb convention of urn lo tee
discration of the members although th gen
ral feeling of the meeting wss that no good
Cbrlatlan would us It, eoupl 1 with which wss
thoreaelutloa making total abstinence a test or
membership. An amendment to theoM rule nf
liei, tbat tb word f amperanea'b struck rat
snd "total abstinence substituted, waa passed.
Theonvailon then dlaaussed questions of no
general Importance. Many Important subjects,
which had been xpetdtoeora up, wer left
I abeyance After Shaklawaf haariaarwt na-t.
leg epoeehee, senga, and prayers, lb convention
The Cetalaf f. sale it Betweea llsawlt sa4 Long.
Nafw Yobk, Jaa IS The rsce for th Mon
mouth cup at Long Dranoh on Tuesday, July 2,
for wnleh Harry ItMsatt and Loagrellow are n
tared, la axetung great totereit among th sport
log men and public. Many thoataoda of dollars
ar already bet on th result allghtly la favor of
Bastott, who U tb favorite wlib Last era man
. . tub sbbowb raaa aArsa.
In th J rem i ark races, th Orst race, fra
hand leap swacnauka. on mile aod flr fur
longs, was won ny Mtdday. Marie Iouls second,
Hampton third Tlmr tlf. fteconl race,
m ii.uuiw nv.iii wno niiio.anii an
eighth, was won by Lochia! by leBath,tiuln
Urd second. Lord Dyron third. Tfme io
Third race, free handicap sweepsUkee t400
with 1900 added was won by Atony, MeUlla
aeoon.1 and Ldwln Ihlrd. Tlme-4 otU. loorih
race, handicap steeple, purs 400, two mllVa anl
a hair, was won by lbIie by onv half a length
befcr Tammany, and Astronomer third.
Hit KOllOX JlfllLEK.
Ihe lolhetaa Ceai pitted -A rrhal of Bands.
iiuaiuj.jtutiiina rruaaian nana arnrtxi
this morning Tba nublla roeentlon will taba
ttace to-morrow forenoon, wban lb Lngllsh
Th Coliseum Is eommatad and raadr lot tSo
opening' of the festival to-morrow
a nouoceia, warning nouses ana private auar
tcra ar rapMly nlUng with vlaltors.
Naw iobb, Jun 14 The steamship City of
Bruaaela haa arrived with lha Ilrltlah (franadla
Guard Uaot, Dan Godlisy leader, en reafsto
(u ifuavin rfouiiao
Niv Yair.Janalt-Tha llritlah flranala
Guards band were icoelvod on board Ihe suamer
vv Ei, xieicncr in tne sower nay ny uot, now,
who had enaaead tlrafallaa Haventh rratmant
ban 1 for tbo occasion The I leteher prooeoded
np tb Hudson to Fort Le, and returned to th
landing at th footer lUreUy atreet, TbLag
llsh hand went to the Aator boaae, and IhTs
evenlog took th xprs a train for Doaton.
Th r rle Ballwsy Director..
tiiw luai.jgni in. uaaiuaraoio vpecai.
Hon was Indulged la yesterday as to th precis
merits et tb rumorad movements or lb Lrl
railway board or directors. Itlsstated, though
not on vsry good authority, that Un. Dlx la to
be removed Irom the presUency anl (lea Me
ClelIanappolntelto LlsposHlon As lb latter
Is bow president ot th Atlantic and Great
weaiernuompany, it isoootenaea tnat ncaa
aot accept tb i residency of Lrl.
Meyer's hrwrr. on Lssex street, was seised by
rsrtnu offlcers yesterday.
William Oliver foulorod) wss murdered at
Flatbush last nlafaL Two netrroai named Jacob
Anderson, tb murderer, and J aha W. Jlobln
soo, supposed ecosaaory, hav beta arrested.
Th DeMorratle Terrltarlal CoaieatUu.
Salt Lakb Ciw, Jun 1L Th Imoeratte
Territorial ooarcntloa to-day elected Had ley D.
Johnson, K.I Johnson anl John IL Llydele
gaUs to the UaltlkMr convention, and Indorsed
tb Cincinnati platfurm aad nomination, but de
clined to Instruct lb delagaUs
BALOOV KtXria flMBD.
Several saloon keepers bar been fined 100
each for relllng liquor list Sunday Tbeclgsr
vendors keen open to-morrow and will tost lb
legality of In ordinance,
Bostom, Jrn 11 An International peace
meeting was held to Mualo tall to plabt prelim
loary te the musical leatlral to-morrow Tbero
waa an Immens audience present. Addreases
were mad by th Iter. J. JI Miles, L. tt. Tobey,
fcilhu llurriu and Uo. D Lorlnr. Mr. LorlPic
eoncluled bis spirited address oy referring to
tb arbitration now pending with Ln gland and
an expression of conndene In the reaulL It
was followed by tb Uev. D liurna, of London,
who assured tb American pcopl that not in this
generation could war occur between th two
nations. Tbo adJresso wer Interspersed wllh
The Xerderer faharoa Tjndsl Dlacoterrd
Ciiicaoo, June It A dispatch from Spring
field oonnrns tbe report Ulegrsi hot from ther
pom weeks since tbat the murderer et the
Scrlary of But, Sharon Tyndale, bad been
discovered la th person of James Caredy, a
convict sent to tbe Illinois penitentiary some
wseka sine for swindling a termer In Morgan
county. His Una of Imi rlsonment is about to
xplra, and Oovernor Palmer to-day Issued a
Krdoa for blm. Immedls4alyuponbisdlscharge
will be arrested i n tbe charge of tbe murder
ofSecreUry Tyndal and taken to Sprlegacld
Hall read Arc Ideats la few Jeraey.
Rabwat, N J, JanelS Eleven ears of a
rrelght train which left Jersey Ctly atl SSthla
volng wer threw a rrom th track at tb new
rrelght house by a misplaced snitch Both
tracks are blockaded, aod tbe pajsage ol trains
ISDrevented. MarrvMvndham. of llontatMAwa.
brakoman,wasktllelaod Is now burled lath
wreck. Another person, whose nam Is un
kbuwo, ia vouerau io do laiauy injuiju.
Explodoa ef a Lereaiollr
BurfAto, N. Y., June 10 Tbe looomollv of
tbe express train on the New xorkand hr'a
railway, do here at 11 3D last night, exploded
IU boiler fifteen miles this aid of HornellavlUe,
near Swan autlon. InsUnlly kilting John Miller,
tbflrmant fatally Injuring Jacob Thompson,
ngtneer, and allghtly Iniurlng John D Robin
son, who was riding on the engine, and a ladv
paskanger, Tb cans or tb accident Is un.
Excanlea of Beulkara Ed Iters,
Ualtikokb, Jun IS. Thirty-eight gantl
men, comprising editors, proprietors and el hara,
eonnaotad with tbe bViulhtrn rass from New
Orleans to Richmond tn rout for Nlagar" end
a general pleasure xcunlon North, rachd tLls
elty this a m by th xork Rlvar Ua from
Richmond. They lea v to-morrow a, m for LI
mire, Now York
Hater D'aappc atlag Um While Uk.
PobtJabvis, N Y, Jrn 10. Tb w.trla
Whit lake, u ill ran county, lb celebrated
summer resort, has receded several feet la lb
past three days, and it still rapidly sinking
Tb lak Is one mounUlo top, and th waters
hav probably found a eabltrraaeaa outlet,
killed laaDrukken light.
Gascon D, N. U June 10. During adrankea
fight last night at th crossing ef the Claremoat
railroad. John Marrwas shot end almost In.
suntly killed Martin Dtvlnsy ba been ar.
raated ou sust Iclon of being the mardersr.
Twenty re ran a Rltteu by a Mad Bog.
LotnaviLLB. Jane 18. Twentv norsoas wer
bltua by b mad dog ln tbe east et i ef Ibis city
iaa niKUh. una, obxibiv la i4( aa (o (no r.
suit Lvery attention u being pi Id te th suf
Th Kleskuhla'gevada Ahre.
UcaxkaTOWH, Jun 10 Th steamship N
vada, from New xork, Jun ft, oa ah ap
proaohedthla harbor went as nor at S o clock
this p. m , half a mil at or Koch s Point. A
dans fug prevailed at lb time Th paaeen
Rere and mall were Ian led la salety. This
ghtoned tbe ship, which lies easy, and will b
towed oj next tide.
QtrkKka-rowu, J un 1 1 h sUimrNvs ta
got off to-day, aad was towed to this port.
Terrible Steamboat Kxploaloa-tlTty alx lr
soa aiued ana a Aumker lajarcd.
MABaHLLK. Jun 11 White the Spanish
Btaamabln Hnadavaa waa llna In ttila ha.fa ia.
day with hr passengers on board, ber boiler ex
plodod, tearing to l leces thaenllr upper lor
lion or tn snip, or those on board but lew
scaped death or Injury 1 oriy four passrs
an I eleven of th officers and craw wer kliieu.
ImmedUuly after th explosion th steamer
took flr. and th flames communicated to tb
dock and a serious conflagration was threat
ened. Several hundred bales of cotton weiacon.
su mod, whoa th flames were subdued,
Threatened Strike or Engineers.
IIkbliv, Jun 10 Serious trouble from the
labor movement Is feared here. The engineer
threaten ; to strike, and themasUrs bav resolved
to meet It by locking upUalr shops and facto
ries, thereby throning out of work all tbtlr ne.
ploy, whether engaged In th strike or not,
The Tariff Bin raised The Irogrcsa ef Ike
t Matamobss. Jun 11 Tho steamer Tubasco
brings datea from ths city of Mexico to Ih loth.
and Vera Cms to lb 13th ",
Th disturbances near 1 uobU hadbecaquellcd
and th whola interior of th country waa aulet
and submissive to tho authority of Che Uo rai
ment. Congress had passed thenowtarlft wl"
proposed byth Government, with an amend-?naliW"lfiM-lUMn"
after wm pay only lira par oat, et port duty in
stead or eight as CaratofJr . "U"V
A "ourler arrived to-day from Sal'lla, Ocn.
ral ft lerro had reached that city with l,fcGov
rmneot ralnforeamanUfor DufangoTra htagi the
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