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VOL. XIX XO. 209.
WASHINGTON, D. QM MONDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1879. FIPTY CENTS PEK MONTH. A TOUR IN THE WINES. Mountains Storod with Doposits of Precious Motnls. Discovery nf Will Vein Dully Itrlng HoVcl- opiil Arllvci Minor Digging lulu llio llowotriliuKnilti-A I'lvo .Million Mining Company The Mint els of ttiuTouibstonu lti-gtnn 111 AiUnim, c.t c. A Dny I Spent In tlio Mining lllslllct. Correspondence of llio Kallonnl republican. To.tnsToNn, July 0, 1870. Along tho way ns wo nscend llio I1III3 wo flint 1111 enormous dilft of boulders or nn an cient gimiitlu mid llmc-wuslicti forni.'itlon ; nil around llio western part of llio district, which is one of nliont four miles from cast to west, nud eight fiom north to south, hounded Ly a plalu of twenty miles, covered with gramma Era, rcaclilng to tlio rugged Hrugond rtingo ou tlio uoitli ninl cast, and on the west skirted by tlio ilcli valley of tlio San l'cilrn lllvcr, mom or less Irrigated "mid cultivated; llio Whctstoiio Mountains un tlio west of tills nnd Mulo Mouutnliis to tlio southeast, In nil of which many vnluihlo discoveries nro made, nnd shafts of discovery nre going down, pre liminary to future, and greater operations. Headline nil clovallon of about 200 feet, we coiuo first to tlio lliglo Mine, owned hy Ithlne hart and l-'idds, showing rich oro In a shallow shaft on n vein of four feet, horn silver, lime, and porphyiittc walls .ill tho surroundings of highly metamorphosed lime. Near here wo were Introduced to Mr. W. C. Bmlth and Mr. Ward, old settlors nnd expert miners, who can see ns fir Into tho earth's "bowels" ns most men, nnd who have mndo nu merous valuable locations, some of which hy assessment work they nro gradually unfolding. Tho "Amnesty," '-Superior," nnd "McDiih." Theso nro clear chloildo and carbonato locu tions, yielding by numerous assays from $150 to $250, with samples running to many thou sands, rawing over these rcmaikablo hills, tho formations of rock constantly stilko tho observer. Here, for instance, is a vast slope of quarlzltc, ut the huso of which, In a deep washed gulch, wo fluil abrupt Infringements of granitic trap; n llltlo further, carboniferous limestone mid shale, then trup-dylus, lime stouo oozings fiom granitic beds, as If tho Keep ings or deposits of boiling springs once roll ing from tho side hills every whcrowoudci fill metamorphosis, tho woik of 11 tremendous heat. Tho most of tho mines In tlioso- mountains have nn lion capping or lnciustiillon, which brukoii awuy ruvenls tho carbonates, sulphur lies, or chlorides of silver. Whorevor theso dark scams appear you llud what mo termed "monuments," or tho luilhl.i of claims, four in number, planted :100 feet from tlio ccutro of tlio vein each way, and then pursuing 11 Una of ihaoio ludicatuio forl.MO feci, tlio law's limits arc one ledge to each disc ivoror. In this district tliero at 0 mid to bo l,u"J0 of those loca tions, about fifty of which Iiavo shafts to tho depth of fifty feet. Wo wero shown tho old "Tombstone Mine," tho sec ond discovery in these hills, and aljoin lug it tho "Ciinuiid Hog," ull tho dlscovciyof Edward SchlcUellu (0110 of tluoii brothels), of fourteen ycuis' experience. JIo has n laigu head, covered with long matted hah ; largo hluo eyes, cxpiisslvu of resoluteness, yet good nature; bronzed fcatmes ; high forehead ; full neck, and chest six feet high ; wears a rod shiit; pants In his boot tops; agreeable in talk; cool nnd unimaginative ;u hark wmker mill Blow talker. Hols woitliu half million, no doubt, lives a bachelor, and manages tho gicat "Doughnut Mine," ouo of his dlscnvei lc. now organized into a company of 509,030 shares of $10 cah. This company Is now icprcscutcd In Phila delphia by Ueorge fiitllbnl, who is a one-fourth owner, nud put into it nbout $100,000 rash. Yesterday wo went into Its depths, first down by ladder a thirty-foot shnlt, thcuco along u descending dilft for about 1G0 feet, everywhere seeing tho great oro ciopnlugs, hut nt the extreme cud finding tho well-denned evidence of 11 giaud truo fissuro vein of flvu feet In width, which easily yields to tho pick. This ore Hems n sort of cinder or scoria, with crystals caiboiutto in character, while In spots both heie and In tho m.ilu shall, which Is hoiV 102 feet deep, green, yellow, and sky-Woo streaks of chloildo appear. 1 11 seven or eight huge surface openings the nro Is itch, and has actually piodticed nt the mill us high as fiom $100 to $700 por toa. Tho ores at tho end of the diiftaio now assaying $700. Iu tho mines llility-eight men are now at work, and each one, even those nt tho wheel banow, gets $! por day, this being tho stand ard wages ill all the mines, except carpenters and blacksmiths, who get $5, Hoard is $9 per wick at tho hotel, which Is 11 framo nud can vas all'.ilr, but gives good meals. Enough 01 e Is Insight to 1 tin tlio ten-stump mill, which has iiowiun but two months', on tholow-grado oies for five years. The icsult has been a pioduct In bullion of $7.r,000 per month. Next mouth will yield $100,000 or mine. Tho 010 is hauled by teams of eight span of mules over a 0,11111 (z bed road for eight miles, 10,000 to 20,000 winds iu a load. The luachlnciy of tho mill Is said to bo the finest on tho l'.iclllu coast, under the management of Uicliaid (Hid, supei iuteudeut. The iisr.it) er of this mine is Mr, T, E, Wulker, formerly erf Ullcn, N. Y., 11 young man of lino attainments ami 11 successful ex ploicr, having himself a number of valuable locations, 0110 of which, called tho "Sunset," yields us high as &.50nvciugo under liumor-ouiauss-iys, Mr. W. Iclls me tho country oilers good In ducements to competent, surveyors undiisiuy ors. This whole Tombstone region Is n mar vel nud u wonder, nud, as 1'aul said ol his own eoul. "It doth not yet appear what we shall Lo;" tool' thu mines locitid hcio. Tboyuie anomalous nud wlicu I tell )ou that a largo number of us-ajs luivo gone up to $12,000 and $2!),000 pel ton, it will tie 111 li.ciedlble, uud yet the fuels are Incontestable. I desire to bo thuiough InMiowliig up this locality, us perhaps tho ouo yet In excite the country beyond tho Lculvlllo fever, nud not long hcnio. Tho wealth Is cxhuuslhss, It nieUs but capital, Of other mines heieafter. It. M. Jl. Our City (lui eminent. Tlio pcoplo of Washington aro hiifi'eilug fiom it deep feeling of discontent over tho diameter of Its municipal government, mid llio lelatluns they bear to It, and that feeling is hourly augmented by tho ildiulnlstiatlon of its affairs. All clashes fccui to bo btruck with u feeling of dissatisfaction, resulting Irom tho appaieut fact that tho wishes mid Interests of thosowlio pay tho taxes and boar tho buideus Incident thereto 1110 in no dogieo consulted or re spected iu their views and Interests Iu the con duct of public ulfiilis. Our government Is a species of tilumvliato Impel iullsin, under which tho pcoplo iiioiegarded lis me 10 sen's nnd vassals, nud thiotigh which they find uelthci sympathy nor relief, no matter how unjust mid oppictslvo tlio ndoptul policies of piibllonlllilismay Iiavo heroine In their judg ment. Tlioy must grin and hear what conns In patience. It would set 111 that tho timo hud fully como when tho oppressed residents of this beautiful Slid populous city should seek relief fiom their present condition of seifdoiu, They have no iiopooi snuico of lellef except tluough Con gicss.niid llio question weius 110 party politi cal complexion or slgulllciiicc. Dcino.atf, ltfpuhlleaus, uud (Ireeiihackcis, or men with out political shade, aiu ulll.u Interested in se curing n loim ofgoveriiment Iu which nil will ave a voice uud under which tho Intercut of every Inxpayor, whether of high or low cstalo, will bodulyconsldortd nnd rcspoctcd. It may not bo out of place. lo suggest n public movo inont looking to this cud, nud u suggestion In thatdlicctlonnt this tlmo may not boregnrded ns Impertinent. Hshould boa movement of tho pcoplo, under which a representative conven tion may ho held to consider and formulnto n new; planof government nf thu city moro In nc cord with tho Itepuhllcaii Institutions of our 01011101 country, to bo pioscnted to Congrcs nnd urgeil upon Its consideration nud action. Thocoiivcnlloiishuuld bo composed of repiesenuilvo men, without distinction of p'lily, mid who nro In nccord with n clinngo which will recognize thopriuclplo of repicsnn tatlon as attendant upon taxation. A meeting at an caily day for tho purnoso of considering this question and fur Ilia appointment of an executive couimlltco, with powor to call fur a convention, lo bo cotuposccl of delegates from the several wntds ns they existed whon tho old government was abolished, seems lo bo iu or der. Let such a roil ventlou bo called, and then let it ngrco upon nnd formulnto n system of repieseutatlvo government for this pooplonnd urgo thu samo Uhiii Congress for iidoptlou ns a siniplo net of Justice-. This Is A pcnplo's mens me, and it Is lo bo hoped that It will meet with such favor and tuko such shape ns will bilng lellef. Tho Water (Jiiustloii Again. Innsuiuch as tlio District Comiiilssloncis at Icmpt to Justify tho great ami crying wrong of Increasing tho water cxponso to takcis hy nearly seventy per cent, at this lime, by nil ui my of figures which provo nothing, except, perhaps, that tho water fund bus been lin tiropci ly despoiled, wo aro Inclined to venti late thelrdata occasionally to show tho nh slrdlty of tho position nssumed hy these olll cluls. Undor a caicful uud somewhat critical revlow of the question In tho light of tbo figures presented by tho Commissioners, ouo only becomes moio uud moro convinced that tliero Is no valid roaou for Increasing tho revenues of tho Water Department nt tho proieut time. Taking their data as pro sciitcd, andadmittiiig that they Iiavo used nil duo economy, It nppsarx that tho estimated necessary running expenses for tho year nro ns follows: Tor current expenses $r.8!V) 00 In'crisl uud sinking fund lor INO... UJLM m Xo.villstrlbiitlhg mains U.umi j Total SlOl.Sfl) 00 Assuming tho revenues this year to ho thu same nslust $103,1112 it apptnrs that Hie excess of liiconio over expenses Is $T.272.23. Aiming tho items of their cstlmato wu fiiul tho follow ing: Tor Interest ami 'Inking fund for 1870 ill cm For Improvement ol supply to high grounds., li.1,1110 Total... v 11 fr,o,htu Tho charging of last yen's inteiest and sinking fund to this year's account piovcs n dcficll hist your of $11,000, nud at onco laises tho (Ucstinn, why should thls'dopai mont. which for many yens with less icvouuo paid expenses mid inteiest and sinking fund 011' bonds, now show a deficit when Its revenues in list lucienso much uinru inpidly than its Iczl'imnte expenses? In tho tiles of Tin: lie 1'Uur.iuAN may bo found meutlou of 11 contract fur a certain stuud-pipe About ;nT,000 I-ajlug pipe to nine about l'J.O'x) Mnllugn total of ahout SI'J.Ooo Hot tills against tho deficit of $11,(100 and ,a lay of light Is discover ihlo. l-'roiu these piemlscs comes tho Inference that tho water rates aio incieueod to iuy I'or stand-pipe 210.030 To pay forluiuro experiments 011 tame i'j.OOO A total of. S7t,(i00 All of which tho "water takers" aio cilled upon to pay this year ,1.0 completo the educa tion of certain englnceis. It would se-m to bo good economy now to first scud theso young men to a technical suhoul, win 10 they may lc.it 11 tho exact scicucu of hydiaullcs, as tho " wator takers" would then stand some cli.mco of getting 1111 cqiilvuleut fur tho inoucy thus expended. Let U4 Illio Olio. To the Editor the iVutiounl Rcjmbllctm : Slit: I do not know that I express tho senti ments of moio than myself, but believe that I do. This city has a uatatoilum, a fine summer gulden, uud I veiy much wonder thai It has uu ruling school. Theio is no lack of room whero u fine ildiug link could bo erected and ut less cost than in a moro populous city, whcio tlio rink is upstairs, lloischick tiding, us an ex cuiso of beneficial pleasure, needs no com mendation. It is a f.ictsulllcloutly established, nud many porsons, If the opportunity was of fined, would uvull themselves of it who could mil iiflind to keep a horse for that purpuso. The press isasiiiircoof public henellt, nud I io spectfully iciuicst you tuwiitcup thoBiitjcct and glvo It the coloring, which you knuw hut tor how to do than I to suggest, ami gieatly oblige, CONSTANT ItnAUUU. Assessments 011 County Itoiuls. Tho following order bus beeu nuda by tbo District Commissioners: That all nssemnents on county roads madoiindcr lite act of the Legislative AsKcmblv or Au.'ust 1(1, 1871, except those on the .SoioiHIi-strcol rOml, thu Fourleciuh-Ha'Ct road, tho C'oliiiukla road uud tlio cantil road, aro hereby annulled, the null, douu 011 suili rends, In llio opinion of tho I'omralfctloucitf, not being of u character justifying assessments, In remccl to the loads excepted ubuvo the Cuiiiinls tlofKn will ninkacarclul examination to iliterinliiu viliether the work done Is ussestablo and w nut ulll bo ajiitl buls ol rcvMon, XJiir.utK suxD.ir x.tir. A Ooriuail Iiidlguiitloii Moulin;; Huld. Nkwark, N. J,, July 27. A largo meeting enninnsod nf Clot man eltixens. wns hidd tlita - -- -- , .."- . afternoon at Volgt's I'.ulc, to t iko action relative to tho rulusul ol tho board of oxciso to grant licenses to pioiiilneut siloon keepsis. Four thousiud persons woro present, and It W119 1111 oiduilv ussQtublauro. Knluor was sold 011 tho grounds. Julius Bletllus was choteii iircslduutiiiiil ur. u. vogier nun ttoueit Wen ninger seciclurlcs. Theio wero folly vlco- picsldcuts, niiio of whom weio uldcrnieu, l)r, Mukk, of tho Frttt Zelluntj. made uspcoih. In which ho advised tho Ueimaus to stand united 011 tho question ; not to r soil to vio lence, but .wait for tho Kuo a tho polls. Speeches weio also uriko by Dr, .Mux Kilobit r uud Mcssis. Von Schtoltcr mid Klichufi', lEcsolutloiis wero adopted, protesting iigaiust tho entoicomeiit of obsolete Sunday Inns, chlelly diiectcd against tho Hermans, and which nro at war tilth thu spliit of llboity mid free humanity, piotestlng against tho piocoodlugs of 11 ini'joilty of tho ho.ud of ex- Hl.n I... ...I.lnl. ll.n.K..L. ,a .nTil....! .. !........ VI9U, UJ ,,,lbl( ,IVVII.l.iI ttl IVtHTI, IU bllU I4IU9V icspectiiblo cltl.ous, and by which pcoplo aio depilvcd of tho light of peaceful rccioitlou nun proicsuug ugaiiisr ruo inicicreuco at 11 small number of fauatltul clergymen In tbo municipal govcriimuut directed by bigotry and haticd of udopted Amcilcaii citizens. An Klglit-Hoiir Muutlng. Nkw Yohk, July 27. A l.irgoly-attcndfd meeting of woikingmcn, among whom weio piano mnkots, cabinet vuiulsliore, wood-turn-cis, envois, moldcrs, and wood-workers, wus hold to-day, for tho puiposo of discussing tho eight-hour labor movement. Kcsoliitlons woro adopted fiivoilng tbo shoiteuliig of tho tlmo of labor to eight hoursn day, pledging theuistlvos to nso tlielr ctl'orls to bilug about this result and diop eutlicly tho (iiiestlon of wages, and to orgiiuUo eight-hour laboi associations In dif ferent shops. Bplillud add 1 esses Iu bolialf of this measuio wero mado lu both Qeiiuau nud English. THE YELLOW FEVER. Unappoa8od Grood of tlio Plaguo at Momplils. Tho l'optllntlon Itnplilly Lens lug tlio City for .11 ore Uuitllliy Localities llio Coloicit Military 011 (llinrd-Uciitli of Itofu geos nt Other I'lncns Tlio Dlsnnso Kplilrmlc Only lit A Mciiiphli,AoAc.,&e. roiirtccn Cnsrs mill Nino Dcnllis Itepoltod. Miuiriun, Tkn.v., July 27. Fouiteon now cases wero reported to tho board of hcnlth to day. Among tho most piouilncut aro Miles, Owen, llroolcs, Wilson, anil James Mcath. Nino deaths fiom yellow fovcr hnvo occurred sluco hist night, ns follows : C. M. Wldilg. Evn Wld rig, Henry l'lirtliesltis, Louis II. Wehiuui, Mis. W. lliimmcrlc, Mrs. .Tmucs Ashhrook, lil Kearney, .Mary iJiirns, uml Cliarles l'lillniot. At a meeting of tlio Howaid Association, iioiu nits iiueinoon, it was unanimously Iletoh at, That the itMoclatlou nceils no anlMauco ntpntcnt from phyilclans or iiures from aliroml tnnttciitl the romnnratlvely few cases now under ii'tii viuur. ifiui iiL-nrueii iiiuiikE 10 1110 innii) who Iiavo already kindly tendered their services, which will bo gratefully remembered, no would atld thai, muter 110 circumstances, will tiioi-orWcos 01 unacciimtileil persons bo licrcartcr accepted. Two colored military companies went Into camp, on tt.o mull, uuiler outers or Colonel John F.' Cameron, of tlie Clovernni's stall', Tho police uud llro depaitinonU Iiavo been strength ened nud tho authorities do not mitlcinato miv trouble. Camps for tho colonization of poor pcopio win positively uo esiauiistieu lo-mor row. Mkmphis, July 27. Tho wifo anil two daughters of Dr. Thomas s. Uistou, furincrly of Now York, wero stricken with fovcr this afternoon. SICK ItUFUClKnS AT LOfUVir.LB. LouibVILMI. Ky.. July 27. Dr. D. 9. Led- bettor, en route fiom Memphis, was taken from tliotialn by (lumiiiitiuo ollieeis this afternoon and sent to tbo lever hospital. Tho other four patients iu tlio hospital uru doing well. There Is no Until In tho disii itches f 10111 Mi-mnhisini iioiiiiclug tho discontinuance of trains 011 tho Jxmisvlllo road south of Clarksvillc. Trains Nos. 1 and 1 will cunt nun to run lo and from Memphis dally until August 1, mid niter that iiutousoiteu ns llio necoslties ol tlio cisj and business require Tho connection between loulsvillo and nil points South aro undis turbed, with tlio exception of Memphis. TKXVS INPI'iXJI'UlUJ HIlMr .SOUTH. St. Lotus, July 27. Dr. Ituthcrfoid, of llio Texas Mtato JSo.ncI 01 Jle.iltli, lias telegrapliuil to oiuci.us neio mat uieilical ollieeis will ho scut to Cilro, St. Louis, mid llmiulhal, who win uxiimiiiouu persons going to tlt.it stutoby r.illroad and glvo tlieui certiflcales of health, If found to bo woll or not recently 1'ium yellow fovcr dlsti lets. hT. LOUIS QtllRAjmNn. . St. Louih, July 27. Tlio s',o uuar s Ouachita Hollo, with ;1J0 11 issjngcM, and M.ittio .Mooro, with ninety people from Mimphis, ai rived at fin iruntlno lato last ulght. There was 110 sick ness 011 hoaid. Either boat nud nil tho pisseu gersweru peiinltted to come up to the city this evening. A largo number of them will lenvo for Noithein points lo-morrow bv 1 her. lueio aio now II vo steauieis at quaraulliii', and Ihey will lu held thcro until tho authorities deem it prudent for tlioin lo como to tbo city. Thoie are six neisous now sick nt tho uu-Muut Ino hospital, hut 110 c.tsesof yellow lever 1110 yet UovclopcU. Tlioso lu elu lo M. Ihiidry and her two uhildieii, from Memphis, and Mr. U. W.ithmjy, chief uleik of the sttTimer Couhma. Tho two children are very sick and the younger will tuobably die. r.it.r. 111 r Jilt ntuv iilks. Collisions llftwvcn Striker unil Spinners. Fall Uivi:, Mass., July 27. A soilous af fray occunud nt tho Sludo mill, about five o'clock this afternoon. Soma striking spinuuis, who allege that whilo passing thu mill llicy wero shouted ut by working spinners, eieuted n disturbance, nnd a crowd, uu.uborlug fiom 500 to 1,000 porsous, soon (oitheted. Deputy Sheriff llulllugton, who was on duty at tho mill, ordeied the crowd to 'disperse lu tho name of the Commonwealth, but this they failed to do, nud ouo big follow handled Ilullliigtim rather roughly. The mob thou began to throw stones nud llro shots, ouo of which grazed tho head of a working spinner within the yaid. l!y order of tho deputy sherltt'tlm tiro was re turned, and a stilklng spinner whs struck iu tho hip nud huud. Tho police were telegraphed for, hut tho ciowd scattered beforo their ar rival. Tho strikers usscit that tbo first llro camo from tho yaid. The whole nlf.tir took place upon tho private piopeity of tho corpoiutlon. Another crowd of about soventy-fivo stilkets to-ulght collected In limit of Mechanics' Hull, which Is about two miles from the ecouo of this afternoon's dlatmlnnco, uud mado loud threats against tho spinners ut woik thcro. A coustablo Buys several sluiigshuts wero carried by tho stillccis, but that 110110 of them wero used, Tho police wero Immediately tela giaphed for, whoicnpoi: tho crowd scatteicd. This itflcruoon a working spiiiucr was as saulted 011 tho street. lie was roughly handled and fuiccd to lice to tho stiitlon-house for piu lection, Hugh Knowlcs and Jeremiah Delanoy wero lust night attested by tho police ou 11 warrant chaigiiigthoiii with having lust week attempted to intimidate uspluucr who Is wm king in tlio eiutein part of thu city. Tlioy were released 011 ball. rnv swru-ji:..i:rr cisi:. Xcvs of a Now Tilul ltcculveil by tlio l'il- IlllUlrl. Nr.w YoitK, July 23. Tliero was consider able excitement In Jcuey City yistciday af teinoou when it became known that tho Com t of Ih'iois mid Appeals had granted anew tilal of Mrs. Smith uud llciiuctt, and tho prevail ing sentiment appealed to bo ouo of satisfac tion. Tho Hist person who lecelvcd thu nous was cx-Seuator Chailes II. Wlulleld, ouo of Mis. Smith's counsel, to whom Mr. Collins, an other of hci counsel, teliginphid fiom Tien ton as soon as the decision of tho emu t had been made public. The ex-Senator, suituhlug up liis hat, lushed Into tho sticet, run two blocks lo e.itcli 11 Newark aveuiio car, and lodo to tho Huilson County Jail to c.uiy tho glad news to his anxious clients. It was about hulf uu hour after noon when he loiched tlio Jail, which lie entered as miicky us possible, huriiedly aiiuouuciug to Jailor Allen us hu sprang tluough the passage: "A now trial I' ltunnlng up tho two lllghts of stairs to tho upper story of tho building, whero Mis, Smith is linpilsoued, hu'repeatul tho wmds lu her hcuilug, giasiiol her by the hand, nud then sank into a chair. Mis, Smith was Just sitting down to her noonday 111e.1l. 1 or n iuii miiiuio sun was too iiiucii over come to speak, but when sho did find her voice sIioimis vciypiofusu In her thanks to hor counsel uud all the other filcuds who havo so kindly InturosUil tlicmsclvcs In her bchall, After 11 few wouls of cougiatulatloii and cu couiuguiiicnt lo .Mis, Smith, Mr, Wiufield went down to Ileuuolt's cell, which Is 011 tlio Itoor below, to tell tho nows to him, No sooner hud hcriniiusel gone than Mrs. Smith sink Into a chair, covcicd her face with hor bauds, and began to ciy. For half un hour she wept, piohably fiom exiesi of Joy, nud thou bho be came niuiu calm. Sho dl.l not talk much, but she I00U01I moro ihcorlul than she had bcl'010 looked sluco her liilprlto.iiiieut, uud cjpto.sed stiong hopes of her ultimate uciiuittal, lleiiuett, when told about tho icsult of the dibit for a uuw ttlal, wus also uiuuh ovoicomo and for amlmito or two scorned perfectly dazed, hut ho grow calm nftor nwhila and scorned cheerful nnd hopeful. Public Prosecutor Mc Olll, when asked what ho proposed to do, ro pllod that ho should movo for n now trial nt tho noxt term of tho court, which would begin ou tho first Tuesday lu Soptcmbor. Ho wns notnwaro Hint tho Stato hud nny now testi mony to olfer, nor could ho tell what Judgo would Iry tho case Ouo of tho counsel for tho defenso, who has taken n deep Interest in tlio case sluco tho tilal and conviction of tho prisoners, said tint ho did not know of any now ovldenco to oiler In rebuttal, although thcro worq sovonil per sons who had told him that they had import ant testimony to offor which hud uot been given 011 tho first trial. Ho said tho dcfctiFO would Investigate tho various rumors, and If any of them proved of any account tlioy would avail tlicmsclvcs of thqui. Doth ho and Mr. Mr.OlU agiccd that there could bo no chungo of venue, but that the mbst tlioy could do would ho to Impanel u Jury from sumo other county to try llio case. Hut neither of them thought that ovon that would bo douo, and did not seem to bollevo that It would help cither sldo If It woio done. A 'I'riitH-itsuu Trugedy. Clauksvhxi:, Tlsn July 27. A ropoit has 1 cached hereof 11 tor 1 Ihlo tragedy ut or near Dover, Teun., yesterday. William Ilur did, a former citizen of Clarlcsvillo, nnd n enrponterby tradovwas unrrlod pot longslnco to Mrs. Yates, widow of J. II. Yates, formerly a policeman audsoxton of tho City Cemetery ut Clarksvillc. Mis. Yates had a daughter by her former husband, lluichel Ina lltof frenzy shot his wife, step-daughter, who was grown, uud then shot himself, llurcliel died almost IllimPilitttfiK-. ttilt nt bitf. ii--n, mis Mihi ttnr. chel uud Mlss Yates were ullvo, but In n very critical condition. No causa Is nsslgucd for tho act. ''lluichel had tlio imputation of belnjt a quiet man. It Is believed that ho must havo been laboring under a fit of temporary In sanity, Lively Incursion fiirtles. Collkoi: Point. L. I., July 27. TheWIHctt Club, of Wlllctt street, Now York, came on an excursion hero to-day ou n bargo. Thorowm lighting ou board from tho tlmo tlioy stinted from New Yoik until they rcachod hero. Tho party on lauding went to Fruygaug's pavilion, and whilo there Andrew Distill, of Nn. 713 l'..ist blxtli street, was latally shot nud two others wounded. An officer accompanying tho party fired live shots Into thoc lowd. Coro ner llurno took Distlll's nute-iimitcm fitato mcut, lu which ho says ho was idiot by n stranger. Joseph Dyer w.is arrested. Hosio.v, July 27. A largo exclusion pirty, coniposod mostly of roughs, created u distill h- unco ut Miirbleheud to-day uud weio driven otf uy llio pcoplo Willi stones nud clubs, Verdict of Censure by 11 Coroner's Jury. llUFPALO. N. Y.. Julv 27. Tho coroner's Jury Iu tho cue of Irving H.ill nud Lib in Su tor, who died fiom injuries icceivednt tho lata accident at lUst I!uir.to round-house, rendered a veidlct as follows : "That they camo to their death on tho mill day of July, 1870, tluough lujurlcssiistaliicl hy tlio falling of tlio trusses ... ...1 1.. .1 -. 1 i- i... i-... .,. 1-..1.. iitcu 111 inu vuuauui.uuii ui iuu iuoi ui. inuiiio riuud-hnusat llull'ilo ; thatsild trussis weio III, ( U ll'.illf llllil 111, 1, If, 1 ll- uOi,llt-i,,l III t Imll-lit innA . tli.it the labor employed by thu Lelghtou Ilridgo mid lion Company mid tlio supei vision ut tiio iimu 01 inu iicciiieni wero iiioxperieiiceu nun iiicompctciil, ninl that tlio Lelghtou Bridge and Iron Company are lesp nislblo lor thu accident." Tliu eiauilii.itlou has beeu very ligtd, occu pying nearly a week. Dcutli of Kv-Senitor Joliiuou, or Arkansas, Lim.K Kock, Attic, July 27. Hibert W. Johnson, Kupreseiitativu from Arkaus,is fioui IS 17 to 1853 aud Senator In Congiess from that tlmo to 1601, whutl bo withdrew tojiln tho lebdllon, died last nl.lit, at half-past cloven, at his lesidenco In this city, after an Illness of two weeks. Trior lo llio war lie wus a man of unparalleled populnilty iu Arkansas. Thiougli his personal liifiucucu tho giant of lauds lu aid of building the Cairo mil Fulton uud .Memphis, Little KJJk, and Fort bJillli It ill roads wero passed by Congioss. Ho was bum iu Kentucky liUSlt. Kecretuiy Sherman lu lliiug.ir, IlAxaait, Mil., July 27. Secretary Sliciiuun icmainod in the city over Sunday by special lequest of anumbjr of citlziiis. Mr. Sherman uud cumpauy and General Koy and p.uty took dinner to-day with Senator ILimlln, after which they were taken in charge by a number of prominent citizens with carriages ninl driven about tho city, visiting various points ui Ititci ist, including thu water woiks. Secietury Sheruiun will loavu to-muriow morning at ulno o'clock lu thu leveiiuo cutter Oiaut for .Mount Deseit. lWmustcr-ttcucial Key mid party will icmalii lieio lo-morrow us the guests of beuator liaiullu, Itiilliin Mubblni; AiVmy. Nr.w YtuiK, July 27. Ou Saturday even ing, ut No, DM Mott stieet, a crowd of Italians woio playing n game called La Morru. Gut seppo lltignaro caught J'elico Jlemeuto elicit ing uud urdcicd him fiom tho loom. Alight ensued uud llciueuto stubbed l'osaila Muiano. 0110 of tho playeis, who sided witli Oiliseppu, 111 inu uacu iwicu. inu stiletto eutcieu 111s lung. Thu crowd lied and left Mur.iuo lying on tlio Hour. Vvlicii illscovereil ut eleven o'clock ho was thuught to bo dylu, The mur dot or was 111 listed. , Tlio Ilostou Wulltlog Mutch. Boston-, July 27. ThoO'Lcary suveuly-flvo hour "go-as-you-plcaso" match termluated last night. Ciolt, of Little Fulls, N.Y., took thuilist piliw, $250, tovcilug 271 miles and 0 laps. Hlchboiii (colored), of llnston, took ficcouil money, $150, making 2C3 miles and Id laps; Camiuua, of Connecticut, took tlilul money. jlOO, hcuriug 20J miles and S laps, and License, of Massachusetts won fouith mouuy, $o0, by it hioie of 2o(l miles uud G laps. Ills estimated that 15,003 spcct.itois weio In attendance din ing the walk. Tutul Itiillroud Accldont. Mo.snoicviLLK, Ohio, July 27, Passenger train No, 8, which left Chicago Junction ut 0:15 p. 111. July SO, Jumped tho track at Havana, nlno mile south of here, tu-day, ditching tho ciigino, baggage, mail, and cxpicss cus, and tlircu cuaclics, lustaiitir Killing Luuiucer James llugiiu nud Fireman It.-cl. No no of the p.isseuguis weiu unit. A tiamp, stealing a ililu iieleeii ino eiigiuo una uiggugu cus, wus slightly lujuitd. rnlHiiued by leo Cream, 13C1 Pkti;ii3UUKO, Va., July 27. Siturday oven-' lug Captain Daniel Dudsuu, uudllor of thu l'o- teisburg It.lilruad Cumpauy, with his wife, fivo daughters, two giaudchlldrcu, nud cook, wero m ulo seiloiisly III hy eatliU leu cream, tlio His toid at which was boiled lu n bias9 kettle. Niiglibois to whom como of tho cream ha! been scut woro also takin ill after eating It. Moody mid Huukoy Meeting1. Ni:w Yohk, July 27. Jlessrs, D. L. Moody and Iia D. Sanlcey paitlclpatoJ In volitions sotvlcei held this ufteruoou in Cooper Instltuto by thu evangelist, C. W. Sawyor. A I irgo con giejatiou was lu atteiidaiicu 011 both ocisions, uud huiidroiUof pcoplo had lu tuiti away, bo iug uiiablo to gain admission. 1 Ml 11 " I'lilllloio " Cuinu, liosTo.v, Mass., July 27. Arthur Sullivan, tho author of 'Tliufure," arrlvod horu to day lrvui Kughiud, SEVERE ST0RIV1S. Terribly Dovastating Storm in Penn sylvania. Orout Duiiiiigo III tlio Oil Iteglons Houses Swept Awuy Itilllrnuds Nillmiclgeil nud lliltlgcs Vuluil Away Uu- lircrcilentcit floods Loss, 8100,0(10 nt I'ptiolla Death by Lightning. Orcut Dilltlogo lu Western I'ciiiisylv.inta, Prt-rsnunti, Pa July 27. Tho storm of yes tculny, though not so sovcro lu the city or Im mediate vicinity, wus fearful in its effects In tho surrounding vlllngo nnd country, t Tho principal dunmgu hero was iu tlio washing out of streets nud sidewalks. Tho storm tluough out tho lower oil country was vory damaging. Tlio oil towns of l'ctiolla uud Knrns City suf fered tcnibly. Twouly-llvo houses In tho foi mcr plnco were swept nway and destroyed, and tho lino of railroad between Parker mid Karus City was submerged, biidgcs washed out, culvcits destroyed, and tho load -bed ruined in many places. Tho pcoplo of that section lu mauy Instances baioly escaped with their lives. Tho lulufall up tho Mununiiahola Valley nnd nloug tbo lino of the Ililtimoro and Ohio lt.illroad, which skirts tho Yoiighioglicuy, was tho heaviest known for years. Houses, fences, out-hulldliigs, 1 11 tuber, uud other prop erty were swept nway and many of tho coal mines tioolctl. Tho miners 111 soma of them narrowly escaped dro.vnlng. At Shroder's mints, near Elizabeth, Hie mou waded thioiuh water to their chins. Nearly all tlio rallroid Hues. centering here, with thu exception of tho Pennsylvania Central, report moroor I ess dam age and consequent delay of tratllc Thu only known loss of llfo so far reported Is that of .Mrs, Dally, who was drowned in at tempting to cross u creel: noar Shaucr's station, oil llio ililtimoro aud Ohio road. Tho dauiago lo growing crops has beeu very great, but llio loss cannot bo estimated, At Irwin's stall m thu rainfall Is reported to have readied suveu Inches, mid tbo Youghloghcny branch rail road was damaged In sovcral places, thu foicu of tho water being so great us to break tho slept rails. Tho railroad peoplo tiro hard ut ivotk lu ull dliectluiis and will havo tho dam age rcpalicd ill thu shortest possible tlmo. sad iiavoo at ri:riun.M. Nr.W YortK, July 27. Special dispatches" from Wistern Pennsylvania show that yestor iliiy's'sturm wus unusually suvcro. A Petiuli.i dispatch says: "Tho Allegheny Valley was completely Inundated, thetloo.l swoeplng uwiy houses nud fences anil destroying gardens and playing sad havoc with everything In Itsji.ith wiiy. Hear Cie.-k runs Immediately under tho bii.-liusi poitlou of thu town. Tho north side of Main street consists of largo buildings. When thu lushing water struck tho piles 011 which they woro constructed they inpidly lloated acmss the street, smashing and cairylng along all tho buildings fiom tho railroad up to the Central Hotel. Tho buildings un tho cast sldo of Railroad street, begluuiiij with tlio Sink House, were ull swept away. "l'lio Oil Exchange w.i3 considerably dam aged. Thu i(Ht-oltlco was thoroughly drenched, receiving uo p.titiciil.ir ibuugo. Tho lnsi is estimated at $10J,03J. About tweuty-fivo business li'inscs in Itillr-Mil stieet weio oin plitely destioyed, while lu Main stieet the contents of the Cmliul Hotel, Tobias' billiard room, Puttlgrcw's drug stoic, and Muiks' dry goods sloro were badly dam Iged. llolow tlio Central Hotel Fojt's ding store, lltithold's clothing sloro, Irvine's cigar store, and ilott ner'.s cigar stoiu wero completely destioyed, thu owni'i snot being uhlu to s.ivu their stocks. Tho post-otllco building and tho news loam wuroxlightly ilauugol. " Little's Juwuliy stoic, Li Motto Dewey's boot uud Mho j stole, llened let's dry goods store, tho Oil Lvchaiige, mid tho Standard Oil Com pin.t'a otlkes, and all the otllcs lu thu rear of the Oil Kxiluugo wero badly damaged, lro I mil's l.ugj lu.ichlito shops wero badly dam aged. The huge Collssiim was coiuplotoly de stroyed. A walking in itch was goiug 011 at the time of tho Hood, and too contestants and spectators b.iiuly escaped. Mothers with babes lu their arms uud half-grown chlldicu clinging to their skirts woio seen 011 thu porch tops. Men woro seen bravely combat lug for fife In the muddy lurreiits. Thu Parker ami Knrns City uud Jlutler lt.illro.nl sud'.red n less of&10,0J3 ull t licit tust us being dam iged nud tho track torn up for nillr.s. A gieat many me destitute of hemes. IuimoMito stops will bo tukcu to relievo tho sufferers." dam , (i KM i:i.snwnt:iti:. A Monoiigahula City disp.itch states that a lloo ling rain at noon washed out the new wing wall, ai lllack Diamond, on tho P. V. It. It, ox tension, Hooded Mlugo valley, dislodge 1 tho township bridge at tho mouth of Mlugo, and delayed the cross malls to Monoiigahehi City. It also swept the cornfields h.iro Iroiu Valley Inu to Mlugo Flats, Advices fiom PeteiV Cieok a ay It was the heaviest Uooil ever known tlieio. All tlio who'it and oats weio Hooded. Two tulles of thu Southern lt.illroad is badly dam ngeil, A pile of logs nud debris 011 tho Allegheny shore opposite thu mouths of Mlugo uud Peter's Creek show tho tremendous force of the llood. A dispatdi Iimu lrivlu says : " l'lio heavy rains this week culminated in a lloo J such us never befoio occurred iu this sectlou. At twelve o'clock Ti Inker ltuii, 011 tho wist side of lrwlu, was transfomied tutu a mighty river, which swept everything befoio It. Tho ditm.igo douo to the Sewiukly road is immense, Tho track is swept away iu sever U places, uud mauy of thu culverts 11 ro gone. It will tuko weeks to repair the mad. Fulton's planing mill, Cun ningham & Avciy's foundry, and several dwelling houses 011 tho low laud ou tho west side of Iiwlu met tho full Ibicoof tho llood, Tho dainigo sustained by tho farmers is about il.000. Ovei 100,000 leet or lumber uud 1B0.0JO shingles weiu swept away. Thu dam ago to tho foundry and contents Is about "00. A family living lu a small dwelling house uoir the iilaiiiug-uiill barely escaped fiom tho liouto with thu'r lives. Tliulciices,iudoitl-buiMiii:;s weie swept away fiom all thu lvsldoucos on tlio west sldo. A hoy was rescued ftuiu tho water near tlio Yutigh Shaft. Ho had been culled about half 11 utile. The excitement was luteiiso." chili) KiLi.r.n m its MOTimit's arms, IIiiuckvii.lk, Oxr.,Jilly 27. Tills afternoon a thunder uud hall-storm passed over this placu. Considerable d.nua.'io was do. 10 to build ings by lightning, A tieo ou the American sldo of thu 1 Ivor, under which tho wlfo nud child of (leurgo Huttou had taken icfugo, was stiuck by lightning and tho child Instantly kllltU iu lis motliei's uiiiis, Thu latter was also latally Injured. It is icported that a man ut Luiuqiio was killed by lightning on un isl and a shoit distance up llio liver, Till: X.ITJOX.II, O VI LOOK. All Iuti'Mluw with I ton. O, C. Iliueltuu. A Chicago Triianc Intel viewer the otherday ticcd thu Hon. Qoorgu C. ll.uelton, of Wlsco.i sin, uud ho got hold of a good ouo. Mr, II. Is a now iiiemb'jr of Congress, aud his dutloi aro so fusli and alliiiing, that ho studio his (Util ity moio than his comfoit, and lienco has spent inticli of his tlmo In thu city, since thu adjoin union t of Cougiesi, looking after affairs. This Intervlcucr, 011 ouo of tho holtosl days of July, coiucred him lu tho sli ido of a tree, and hud uu earnest talk with hlui about thu resu'ls of the fuctia session and thu prcs-ut National outlook. Mr. lla.lctoil takes a veiy serious view of publlo atl'alrs, and expresses struug funis thnt the Republic Is now pissiug thiougli u perilous cilsls. Tim couvotjatigu r.111 oa lu this wise, Interrupted only by nn occasional wlpo of tho forehead to dlslodgo a llood of pets plrntlon. "What Is to bo the end of tho wholo matter?" "Well, it seems ns If tho old days had como back again. Tho purpnso of tho rcbidllon, as declared by tlioso who originated It, was, touo tho language of their constitution, to establish 11 Confederacy Sbalej, each Shito acting lulls 'sovereign uud Independent eh trader.' That cntlro system was hiscd 11 nun thu rock of human slavery, which Its vlco-prcslitent, who now sits lu thu Halt of tho House of Itoprentu lives, Alexander If. Stephens, declared to ho Its chief cornei-stono." "Hut they say that tho old days nicover, and that they havo only como back to their fathci'.s houe?" "Tho old days nro not over. Tho Confedet acy project having been dofcated hy war, the old pmposo is now Just us clearly Indli'Atod and declared by the samo men by their ads lu Congress. Their object and It might us well bo stated lu plain words Is to glvo to tho T.-tl-oral Nationality the stino theory with which they sought lo invest tlio Cnufc ler.ite Nation ality. More than this they pioposo to reduce tho bl.uk man to pilitlcil vas-ul igo ami surf dom, by depriving him of the ballot, by op pressing him lu tho 1 elation of landlord and ten nit, by Imposing upon I1I111 conditions nud restrictions as odious mid hiiharous us tlioso which existed In Ireland lu tho w.irst days of Lugllsli rule This, however, can only he donoforauvgrc.it length of tlmo hy the slih venton nfNitionil authority ; and it l to tint extent that Ihey seek lo bring It at last. They proposo that thu samo aristocratic class of Soutlicrueis which ruled in tho old diysshill shaponurl hold all political piwcr in thu fu ture. Less than fifty families absolutely con trolled thu politics of South Caiultii.i to tho period of tho rebellion. The condition of things is not much dilfcicut thcro now." "Hut they' will snythat you 1110 talking hloolys'ilrt." "Tho men who camo from tho South lo Con gress como In tho interests of the subversion of tho Nation il authority. Thov are elected un der an enthusiasm of tlio 'bloody ll.tg' of tho rebellion. Tlielr political campilgiis uru sim ply a revival of their devotion to the so-called ' Lost Ooiso.' Willi fow exceptions those only can bo elected, aud hsvo boon elected, t Con giess whose loyalty to tho robcllion has never Decn questioned, nicy toil us in tiio riortn that thcro should bo 110 moro campaigns of 'bloody shirt ;' but tho ' bloody fi.ig' litis never yet cuisel lo Unit In tho .South. Take Ken lucky that Stato makes prnfeit to tho Ninth to-day for herdovernor of the m in who under took dining the war to send Into New York city clothing infected with all manner of dis 0.0K1M. for tho destruction of tho men, women, and uhlldii-n of tho North." " How will tho liourboiii c iry out Iheir projramuio?" "Tho picsont crisis l. III fact, a second up pcaiiincu of tho rebellion. Tho Coiifcdcrato brigadlcis havo at this session given frank ex picssion to their thoughts, to seo how tho North would oniluro IL If tho elections this fall go largely Democratic, tho attack upou tho prluclplo of Nationality will ba renewed next winter with new vigor. Tlio National laws nrun bulwark of Nationality, tint the only mwiiis by which Item bo pius.-rvcd. Yet tho ex-Confederates havo laid violent bauds upon theso laws : they havo ondoavorod t render their enforcement Iraposslhlu; they havo Introduced bills for tho top.-al of almost eveiy lav which piovldcs any menus for tho cuiuicoiiionioi 1110 .Nation it utit'iorlty; tliey havo assailed tho whole uotwoik of Govern mental authority. Senator Morgan, of Ala- bnun, Indeed, thinking that theio might ba s.oiuo commou-Iaw jurisdiction iu tho united States courts, introduced n bill to abolish such jurisdiction. In tho last Congress I Imy placed what they thou -lit would bo a s cession 1.I11I11 upon tho army, lu thu jwsss ramita'ui i-liuso of ttio army bill, (Ills year 1 1 icy bivo si mil; ill tho whole po'h'o power of the Ouvernmeiit, by declining to make tho usiiil upiirnpiiatloti of UOO,000 for United SUIcs marshals. The whole ciimliul Juris licliou of tho Ooveru mont Is paralyoil. Tho couits uro powciless to uuforco their procoses. Ci inu m ly have its own way on tho sea against public justice. Tho foigur and thu counterfeiter in iv commit tlielr cilincs upon tho public moneys and tho public secuiltles, and against tho revcniio liws, iiy which iiK-aus alunu thu tlovetuiiieut can hu maintained with Impunity. The custuius lawii, tho poital laws, thu laws relative to the public domain, to tho Indians, nud to tlimiu.tl justice, uro piiictluilly iiullifi.'d. Such 11 con dition of ufi'ilrs uxlst in no other government 011 cuith except lu our own: uud for thu first tlmo In tho history of our country hat theio been such a stato 01 tiilugs. Ami fill Is llrsl iuiiiiKiiratcd hy thu very incii that were en gaged lu the rebellion, aud who sought to corn- pa's tlio .-satloutl lire." "What will bo the outcome of it all?" "It seems to mo that this icsult is uotu.it uiul. No good effect ovei c 1:110 fiom 11 f ill uro of tho execution of tho law to 11 reason ililu extent against ciltue. Tlio men who have brought this country Into its piescit situ ttloti justify their position hec.iusj thu Ualtcd Stitcs uovcriiiueut novel puulsiicil lliciu lor tbo crimes that they have committed against Its lire. I hoy stand to-Jay the eiiual, In tho evo of tho Government and of thu law, of tho men who defended the Uuiou. Indeed, they aiu chastising us with the very rod of power which thu Oovoiunieiit s'lould havo laid upon thcni. Think of it! The same geueiiitimi nf men who mado 01th to suppoil thu United Status Ojvcriiincut, who broke that oath, who went into tlio ichdllou, mid continued In tho war for thu dostiuctluti of thu Government for live years, uud neiu pardoned, havo co:uu back ngiiii, taken n new 01th, and uruagilu a part of Its law-making power. No nation 011 thu earth can shuw a parallel lo this. The problem for the present aud for the future is, whether wocttistvo our lloveitiuient under such clr citinstaucus, and whether this attempt now to disintegrate uud destroy it is nut ouo of :i scries of attempts that will ho continued until It Is du'tinycd, unless thu Noith st mils up, as It did In led I, lo condemn and prevent It," .Mr. Hiueltoti will, at tho request of tho campaign committee, stump Callloiilia for tlio Kepubliciu ticket iu August. Miiuugoi- I'mil's New Ihitmprlae. Tho Now Yoik World of Satitiduy has tho following as a special dispatdi fiom Philadel phia : John T. Ford, of tho llroad Strict Theatre of this city, and of Washington and llulllmoie thetitres, has klgued an agreement nlilcu Mill make him 111 inferior n portion of next seas 111 or tho l'llllt Aveuiio 1 hcatre, New York. Tho season tliero 11 III bu divided among three manager, liruu, ford, and eMrakosch, 'llio loniier controls (I 0 Trench opera engagement; llio uuxl Ion enllro cli.irgu ol tlio Kiigliih opera K'aou, ulucli uill lucliido S nlliu 1 uud Ullbert's new opera, and Mr. stiaUo.eh will control all the Italian operatlo productions -I I hut home. This utraiigcuieut biuigslhu llioad Mreel Ihviiliu, of this city, hi co uiectloii also Willi .Mauuuer C'uilcV London Iheilrc. huro Plua foru" was originally produce I Manager Zimmer man will bo associated nlth Mr l.r.tliitlie .S'cm York vulture. Their tliuln 01 iliuatres Hill ex tend Irum Loudon to Philadelphia, N'ea York, llaltlitioro, Washington, and all tliu theatres of the Sunlit All mile coiul. .-lde limn ibis extromo rall'je tliey ills 1 supply the cliiefiitlractlous to Wil mington, Del., mm the liileriui iliieaol' IViuit) 1 ttiifa. Indian I'umbli's In I1I11I10. San FliVNi'lfCO, July 27. A dispatch fiom HoisoClly, Idaho, s.iysi "Lluutcuaiit Fairow, with a company of Uuutilli scouts, is con Irontlng 11 oaiid nf luncgudu Sheepu-iter In dians, about 100 itiong, 011 t'lookcd Ulvcr. Ho says ho will attack litem as soon as ho gets them Into a favorable position, A volunteoi company is organizing ut Council S'alu-y to im.Ul LlcUK'll.lIlt Fallow." 'two Men Dtiiuiie.l, IUii'PVi.o, N. Y,, July '.T. John .Malioucy and Jaiuis Sullivan were tlrouncd nt lllack lt'ii k Haibor to-day while iLhliig, Muhouey fell into llio liver Httd Sullivan lu attempting to bavu him was masped by Mahuuey aud pulkd to tho bot'oui, Doth men were m air led, GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Minister Welsh's Resignation Re ported from London. Striking llrllMi Engineers Coining to Mnov- leii-Thu llilllsli Coiiiiiiimlcr at llio Afghan Coiirt-I'icpaintloiin to He- tlmo Cublu Cliargcs aciinuii NiiMilCourt-.lliirtlulSon- tuuco lixcclltod, Ac .lllutstor 'Welsli to Kculgii. London, July 23. Tho Daily Xtm this moriiiiu uiiiiounccs thut In consequence of domestic bereavements Mr. Welsh, tho Minis ter or thu United States, has resigned, nud will sail for homo about tho SOIh of August. nmriMi jiMioit.i.NTS ron amwiica. Lo.nd.iN, July v7. Ncirly .'100 uugliiccm, who uio on strike at Bradford, aro prepared to cmlgr.itu to the United Stales ami Catiudu, lu uccoid.inco with Invitations received from various blanches of tlio Aiuilgimated Engi neer Society iu tlie pilnclp.il eiiglmeilng ecu Ires. IN C.lHUI. AT I.V!T. Simia, July 2il.-.MiJorCiv.igii.irl nnd the muinbers of tho British uil&ilon arrived at Cu lull on the tillli instant. They weto lecelvcd with brilliant military honors n-id salutes. Tliodemu.ui'irof the lupu lace was respectful, iakoob Khan replied In very Irlendly terms to the spevch made by Major Civaguurl on presenting his credentials. I'l'NIUlMK.Nr OP IIUWIAN OFFICERS. IIUULIN, July 27. Admlial Ihitssh. luvlng been seutenccd to six niuuths' Imprlsoumout by tho Grosser Kurfurst court martial, has teudired his les'gnatlou, uud Ciplalu Klnnsa has given himself up to servo a mouth's hu piisoumcnt. Tin: itOMPA itEiici.i.to.v stmofd. LONIION. Julv 123. Thu Vii,V f',l..,,lln ,11.. patch ofyostoiihiy says that tho Iliimpa rebel lion Is beconilng serious. The robels recently luea on tbo pulteo, who wero In n steam launch, llio crew oieapod to another lauuch. Tho rebels captured ami gutted tlio abindiuod launch. Kciuforccmcuts hnvo been Bent thither. llltrlNI-AS Dt:rafASlON IN BWIT7.em.ANO. London, July 23. ThuGuueva correspond ent of the Times iepoit that a largo spinning company nt llulacii, iu tho canton or Zurich, has suspended piyiiieut. Tho inauagcr hxs 11b 1 Reunited and ouo of tho directors coiuailttcd suicide. Other financial uud biisiiicKsdisuters aro feared. Tlio depletion lu thu watch trado is occasioning cousldeiahlo tiulety. TUB Ni:V FIlKNCIt UnLC. London, July 27. Tho report of tho Anglo American Cable C0.1111.1uv sws: 'Tlin nnllev to hu puriiiu.l lu view of thu approaching com pletion ol tho now 1'iouch c.ib!o Is coiistiintlv occupvlnji tho attention of the director. It has been determined to lay u uciv ciblo uest year, to facilitate tho trausail-slon of Ihu lucruisinl number of mo-wages which may bo expected fio'n a lower tariff. Tho shore ends of tho cables laid iu l(i mid lblid will bo available, for this piiipose. aud tho deep toi section will couilst of a new cable of tlio latest appiovcd typo." AS-SIUI.T UPON KINO ALtON'60. Maiiriii, July 27. Some excitement lias been caused by mi old woman, supposed to bo ius'iuo, Illuming n lie ivy stuuo ut luucarilaco contiiliiltig Urn kin, wlio wis g ilng to church on ijatuiday ovenlii-. SlipiMHUll I'ulll I'luy. ScitVNTON, l'A., July 27, Or. Loyno, n Ocr man physician, who located at Dunning', I'.i., a shoit time, hasfuddeuly disuppciued fiom a German hotel under ciiciimstaiice.s warranting the belief Hint ho has boon foully diult with. Dr. L.-yno formeily resided In lliltlmoio. I'llllll Itl'MlIt of 11 I'iiII. Svn Fnvscci), July ST. 11. W. Reagan, a capitalist and mining npeiutor, died at Oik land List night fiom lujiiiies received hi holug tluowu fiom a buguy on Thuisday last. Inillgiuiut Ouiiadluiis. MoNTttrivi,, July 2T. An iiidlgiiatlou meet ing wis licld hero last night, at which strong resolutions wero pissod ngilnst the removal of Lieutcuaut-lioveriior Lotdlicr. (IoiPh I.ovo Tor .Miiltliliiclcs. The pastor of St. John's (1. L ) Chinch, Kev. J. Yiiughu LowIh, preached an eloquent sermon yesteidtiy morning, taking for his text St, Jink viil, 2: "I havo compassion on thu mullidudo because tlioy havo now been with mo tluco days and havo nothing to cat." Tho spoaker said that tlio prosonco of a multitude was always Impressive" us It always culled contagion witli it. The merest spectator, although having uo personal inteiest lu 11 demonstration, could not remain passive iu the pretence of a crowd. Take for instance tho gicat review iu Washington Just after tlio tlo'o of tho Into war. Could any spectator repress 11 feeling of exul tation 10 fco tlio troops nrter their 111 my con flicts, marching home, piepned to give up their Implements of war and leudy to begin Pi'.uefiil pursuits again ? (1 Mieials nf armies. captains of ships, mid acton could not re strain 11 norvous dcpic-siou In the prenuieo of a multitude, f-o with criminals who assumed ml air of bravado whon led to tho fcall'uld. The mtlltlttiilo sustained their sphlts. Hut with tho Nivlotir or men this was all diller- cut. Ho could neither he elated nor do- pressed by any act of a luiiltitude, although iviieu no saw tiicin suucrlug no took nllv unon them, thus expressing his ye.iiuiug foi thorn. 111 tins souse, while tiu-y wero liunciv for bienl, ho Imnguinl fur their souls. The samo feeling psi vu led all men when they camo before a multitude. Ther wero fiselnntod because of n ficllug of unity in t licit soirows. Hod's cnmp.issloii applied as much to u man in Ills closet as to 11 I irgo usfoiiiblago, for lonlelucss uud ftlenillcsiucss were the strongest unpens to Ills uieicy. Many people were in tho h iblt ul's tying that tlioy could pt.tiso Ood us iiiucii thu woods and by tliu seashoio as If tliey went to chinch and joined with the congrega tion, this was not tine, honever, lor Uod, when unon earth, manifested his appreciation foi assembhtgis of followers us piulciublo to solitary uoiililpp.'rs. L-nd It icon bid raid that Nature showed (honoiUs of (iod, but He could always bs lotiud 111 Ills tc iiples. It acoiigri'gitiuu of 1.0J0 people, us tliu loxt sliuwed, could o movo the L ud's companion, whit uu nmieal tho largo hosts of l-'uthor Adam's desct-ndauis mu-t make, llio Incic.i-lni tuasus still appuilod to His compiision as mucii us wliuu Hu was 011 thu earth, taking theii hum 111 nature. Too Chinch was tho volci of 11 uiiiltitudu, brciusj It added to tlio expostulations of (lod. thus 11 hccuuiu a uilihty taetor In tliu work of redumption. All Cliiistendoiii might hi likened to 11 locomotive, which ut llrsl found great dilllciilty in stinting with a loid, but, unco under way, its prugiess was haul to check. As cadi gcuoiullou pasted away lis succissois becmuu more plc.iai.t to Hod, us lie showed His iuteuit ill them hy ulhuwug Ills only begotten Son to tut ns (licit mutilator. 'I.Mit:i. your children," is tho advice of a c.ikIii, uoivspupur. .No ueeil ot it , 111 1 uutgn bjrs scud tin in homo often ouotigh now Xtu II mni KtiiMtr. A w"mi:k on good lurnneri suys : " Dj uot sat 11k while eatitls'." No.it Is a gte.it dull better to do yuiir smaiiing alter supiur lu the dark, l'ur a cabbiigo loaf In your hut and you will keep our rablmge head cool. This isn't III' tended lo be pcisoual, Acw turn tfru(cr.