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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1860, New York, New York VOL FRIDAY AUGUST 10 PRICE TWO CENTS CONVENTIONS Annual Meeting of American mal School and Association From Oar Reporter Tuesday Aug T The Annual meeting of the American Normal tehee and of Teachers are now being held IB this City and the baa drawn together a large collection of the talent of the To-day are some three or hundred present and te will bring many TW to-day that of tbe mal Association The Convention WM c tiled te order ta A Hall a 0 o'clock Prayer wu by Rev Mr after which Mayor WM Introduced who welcomed the of the to tbe city In a brief and appropriate speech to Professor Treason N J of tbe Hen end J W Eto President of the of Uie Public Schools of Brooklyn Tbe President of tbe Normal Association tie appropriate remarks ing tbe objects of tbe meeting after which several Committees were appointed Tbe regular question for discussion wu What 1J tbe true order of studies t Prof of St Louis opened the discussion He history of Uie training of Ue iace would be tiue of tha Individual The ekee of AJtronomy was to an an illustration ef tbat Idea The shepherds of Chaldea observed and communicated their to others and what they hid seen and thus the of knowledge wu Men to advance with the observations of nature Observation and the collection of facts cama memory which was Improved by retaining those next reason was by a comparison of and tola to kave bten tbe general older In every eer in tbe Intellectual bature Is trained Tbe subjects best adapted to call forth the li I faculty were then spoken of and were u belt to be first taught Geography It one of tha beiL To cultivate tbe memory U welt it ltd of logic bnt of appeals to the senses and Is appropriate u one of tbe studies Mr of Ohio followed aad of the of order In teaching any particular branch and of the necessity of apparatus to Illustrate branch ai u Prof THOMSON of New York urged tbe Importance ef cultivating the reason of Michigan Botany Geology aad Natural History to cail forth tbe of observation Prof ULLM laid a should be taught jutt ki can bt Rev B G of Massachusetts In- paired what U the educational of a t Ue would cultivate the perceptive faculties In order to prepare the way for aad for tbe vation of tbe reasoning faculties J N aad Mr of York followed when tbe subject was laid on tbe table and tbe Association adjourned fur dinner the afternoon Prof of Oblo Mr of St Louis and Prof THOMPSON ef continued tbe on tbe which wu laid on the table la tbe forenoon discussion wu followed by tbe reading of a prepared paper on Tbe Relation of mal to Popular by Hon D fi CAMP of Connecticut He said one of tbe rnott for tbe of public ie a supply of web qualified teachers NormU are established on principle tbat the may to a certain extent be by proper study and practice Colleges and have done much to supply competent but this Is not great object Tbe Norm a1 School Is tbe principal Institution tbat can do lain work The Normal School exerts an Important ence on Common or Public Schools by Its discussion ol tae principles of Intellectual development km of studies and and of It la alto felt by betas made tbe place where educational Intelligence 1s collected and U ta diffnieil And by tbe Impression made apom teachers and the community of tae moral dig and superlative importance uf right educational after tbe reading of this paper a most Incident to Association of sir Jusi of Du knowa u Father oy Dr Him the ol tbe Schools of Buffalo Father ru 1s LOW ore t seventy jeara of age and tha hearty manner In he wu affected him bly He tbe briefly to the Interest which all tbe good must In the proper education of youth so that they may be fitted for usefulness and to avoid the dangers to they are exposed Great applause followed bis and a resolution offered by Mr tnat tbe thanks of tae association are due to Father fer long snd aid and encouragement be hu given to tbe cause of popular was unanimously adopted by Ue whole Association rising to their feet most gratifying expression ot the felt or Father by all his At the assembling of the Association at 8 o'clock reports fiom Slates wore called lor Toe first was trim Michigan responded to D Mr A K but the hour having arrived for the reading of Uie Tor tne evening Rev B U wu introduced who read an able paper on The Relation of Mental Philosophy to He clearly showed tbat mental science underlies tbe of education aud teat caa itie to the dignity of a pro only aa lu rests en mental science as Its founds loo This study will a id the teacher in all owa mental Just of the laws and capacities of tbe mind are ob- conducive to self culture No science is more fitted to sharpen and energise the mind and form of discrimination reflection Among tae practical questions which mental philosophy gests to teachers are the following 1 is the mind tu faculties and laws of growth f What especially is the juvenile il Is far more difficult to comprehend the mind tban the adult 2 is tbe primary end of all Intellectual to which ail should be strictly T Is or tbe discipline gained by tbe right acquisition of knowledge the chief end of study f 3 Is tbe order as to time In which the eai are to be specially addressed and 4 is the tiue order and of 5 is tbe specific and power of each faculty T Waat are the various educational ties ltd what exercises are most conducive to tne training of each faculty T These points were so presented as to demonstrate tbe Important practical of Mental nby upon education The philosophy of tbe passions ana affections which Ooi has aa tbe impelling forces of the human soul was earnestly to the consideration of teachers A cannot do justice to this was throughout of fine thought and expression to tbe attention of tbe audience was given most strictly tbe evening was the hottest of Ue season Aug 8 The exercises of the morning were opened with prayer by Kev Mr of Buffalo Tbe Association then took up tbe subject of reports aa to Normal Schools In different States setts was arst called for and Rev B G M stating hat tbe Normal Schools ol baring been established have been eurng their course during tbe past year without any material change Tbe aggregate number of has been greater tban ever being UO saca small attempt on tbe part of a few down tbe Normal Schools ot the State ations bave been larger tban before for tbe aid of tbe sad for enlarging the school buildings New-York was next called Mr of the State Normal School at Albany responded Tbat baa been in existence fifteen yean and baa graduated eleven hundred and 1s more than aver before the counties BB we state ace more generally represented 5 In tha flute was represented both of them which are similar In their Tbe salaries are nci sufficient those of male only 1431 and those of females only Tbe He Bute SeboU Wt term every county New-York was ales about seventy Of tbe last ol were graduated It li schools of tbe ates wbo eater tbe are In of tbe tarn brandies d reading writing and Prof D N responded for The School of bas existed tan Tears Tbe attendance U about hundred and i bat only a small proportion receive Tbe regular course of Instruction comprises three years U given at to tbe mar Mr of There been la tbat from every town in tbe and two-thirds tbe towns rn tbe State have teachers tbe are not They bad applications for hundred last year and could supply of own Kadoalea twenty TM wages of nave the State the Normal School and of ing bas become more permanent Aboat tiro of the are age two and a half Of tbe hundred and forty graduates since tbe was established aad TWO arc BOW teaching U tbe Stale Mr i poke fer Island Tbe noon ber of Is seventy The graduates last year were thirty These graduates are for tbe State In more than two-thirds of the teachers are Mr of Ohio for Tnat State bas no State Normal bvi the of Oblo U tbe cate of R has beta fol In the flirt year of tbe school there were and now at tbe end of Oro years It bu three bundled and seventy-five There nave been oe tiaUs till this year though many have gone to teach Ol tbe graduates all bad ooe year or more They had no model school connected tbe Mr bought private st I tutlon like tbat la having succeeded so well seemed to indicate tbat tbe patronage of a Slate was not needed He wis perfectly sure that a great end would be gained for education wnen we oome to the conclusion that our colleges must be our and nut the ibe Slate of New Jersey spoke for that State fin no ibe action of the State and particularly to tbe aution of who bad op- Isst ti abal isn all the Schools ol the Slate Tnat received only volts on tbe lut eve of the sion wbo voted tbus It was sild beloc by liberal potations Me referred to tbe death of tbe late PAUL who In his will left to the Normal School of New Jersey an of the proceeds o which are to oo ally to Normal Schools The of the had been excellent the School Is not a Stale Institution five years more time ban been granted and at thn end of that time there Is no doubt It will be made permanent Mr of Iowa spoke of tne School In tbat Slate which Is nourishing Taey have a model school and also The subject of reports then laid ou tbe table TO THK or A or A very able paper on tbe above subject was read by Principal of tbe State Normal School of Pennsylvania The positions taken lu pott of hit ns Is not now a profession second just claims to such a rank third No agency except Normal Schools can constitute s profession fourth Normal Schools can effect ibis snd teaching 1s not now a profession the conditions and rf of a profession were first considered Among the of a profession are a noble aim Its operations must not be merely mechanical It muit require a learned general education Its ture must ce such as to render special preparation necessary to succeed It should have pro rid ej an to upon the of those wto apply to become and there must be tome common bond of union and mutual of claims to may be made to fulfill all these tions sod judged these tests It bu not ly scarcely any c I dm to tbat rank There are 130.000 In tbe United States How many of them w 1 come up to A proper answer would K OH haw teaching must change In order to e a learned Toat Ing bas just to the rank of is ly shown It a naUt Sim Mao stands at the bead of it to enable bin to fulfill Ues and till he needs mag aor A science Is a ol and a work Is dune re I entile ally when It Is done according to fixed laws and In virtue of them Fixed laws govera lae relation of means to tbe end In education and theae may be and applied Teaching has fore a basis an tr ae medicine or ture or law Tbe points ol tae address were fully elaborates aid well established In support of thr proposition that Normal Schools can etching a profession It was urged ibat nothing oe belter calculated to ennoble tbe aim of tbe tban the Normal School for In a school the profound un ing IB exposed to tae student and he learns to clue Uie grandeur of tbe the of thn work ihei culture he is maJe to see that tae wo is U a of the arr and tnat the permanency of government ard tbe of society depend upon tion Tbe Normal will that teaching li out a art but that It resu a scientific basis It wUl there be tbe teacher u well as practice tor In tbe language of If practice be tbe whole he U mutt also be the whole he ever know if ne be Instructed In the ments and first principles upon which rule of tice la founded the leut variation from precedents wilt totally distract and bewilder him It will be easy for the Normal to a It allied general education u a pie requisite graduation Without sued schools there ctn be no nope for the of a and tbe next century will witness nearly tue same chaotic of ibe elements which shall com tbe profession of which now exists With Norman Schools a of a could at once be formed which under proper en- would grow and up aa honorable profession Tilt of Normal mutt and tney most include In courses the branches of a liberal education for hty are to be prepared for all grades of schools They will need o teach bow nature can be gated In search of bow Uie truths obtained can be clarified according to logical whai po wem the human mind possesses tbat can ae educated what laws there tie according to such mutt proceed aud how to adapt means to educational capabilities Normal Schools should be allowed to grunt diplo- mas tbe usual honors ard Though a diploma Is but a parchment and a Hue n bat a and trao honor Jots not consut witi either yet justice for that they should en- joy honors titles honorably en ai They contribute to give to the other and place and power to their members and therefore Normal Schools should be so as to bestow like ac van ages deserving teachers A name must br given o the and Prof closed by the Atsoclation not consider the conditions on which a diploma should be s ranted and give the name of a which U oe proper confer A of the followed though was highly Mr of Missouri then reported the Ins resolutions in relation to tbe decease of Mr P Since tho last meeting of this Association of Us most and efficient members aad cers who wu also one of the few ibit participated In rts been from oar midst by and It IB DO our privilege than oar duty affectionately tn cherish I he mem of tbe beloved cad put time who have been called from earth snd Irenes therefore That In the deatn of Brother DAHA P EDBa Prlnctpsl of tbe bbode Island who by an Inscrutable dispensation of Divine dence IB tbe of life and In tbe of the tbe cause of popular education and especially of Normal Schools his a serious loss the I -st ana of Its most and members aad the COD m at large one of Us ti uest and most pro men Tbat we the memory of sincere taat bis ceal bis high Ideal of life and Us duties bis spotless example brs generous and kindly sympathy and bis denial so won our respect and love at to mark our loss with sadness which is only relieved by Ue that oar lots Is bis gain and tbat by it be bas forward In bU coarse of progress That we heartily more Immediate relatives and friends of our deceased In great bereavement and that a copy or these resolutions be to then by tbe Secretary of Ibis Association were seconded by Mr of and unanimously adopted bra rising vote Mr then offered aa appropriate in relation to tbe death of Father was seconded gentlemen aad unanimously adopted Tbe Committee on of Officers reported tbe following list wu adopted aad they were President of Missouri Messrs A D H Cochrane of New York Pierre D of G M B of of Pennsylvania and D F Wells of Iowa E C Hewitt of Illinois Counsellors B O of of Ohio Wm F Phelps of J Moore of Iowa and J ol Minnesota T for admission to Weat Point msy ta in anticipation of tbe ordeal through are to Here are the names of tbe Medical Board which Is to convene at tbe on the Surgeon-General Thomas C A Sn'geon and J I Hammond j GENUAL SEWS the the Great Amy etc Dispatch to the Thursday Aug 9 It la rumored tbat Secretary CASE a resignation This rumor seems to be without dation however aa a letter received at the Depart meat to-day announces hit good health and hla In- tention to return about tbe lit of September Tbe President apd party eft Washington morning on a U Point and speaks loi der KB present man tbr Great EatUm Secretary to-day from Old Our city la ily deserted G of the Sixth The Interior Depa taeat la rapidly the laws of tbe last of to en titled to copies Tbe death of Lien Infantry at Fort Yupa la officially announced to tbe War Company F Infantry ts ordered to take port at Fort Camp Mo having been abandoned Lieut if Engineers Is ordered to from Vancouver of the Corps tbe work on t to Lewis River to Cow LIU L I A Court-martial at Fort Dallu Oreg of the Qua of September Third Artillery Is U A General Court on the eis wbo may be pre A General Tbe d to be tbe Judge Ad v scale Leave of G A of Capt of ti Tha Medical Boa for admission consisting of A gaon J P Waat Point on Company F of the at Fort Lieut T idly tat of tbe ua tement xplore tbe country from Lewis Ibe Associated Press Aug 9 las been ordered to assemble n fjr tbs trial of CapL Department on the First Lieut of the be Judge Advocate 1s ordered to assemble at August for the trial of pri vale SWAM of Company G Eighth and Capt of the Sub- Is to be the Judge artial is also to assemble at Fort te la not given J B Is ea granted First Lieutenant the First Infantry and also to I j fan try for Ibe examination of lo tbe Academy at West Point General Surgeons C and Recorder It will assemble at tb Ninth Infantry will be Rationed A detachment of Company A of tbe corps of under the command of First will continue tbe opening of tbe town of Vancouver to Lewis wagon road from River Lieut H will explore Lewis River Tte headquarter of tbe Eighth Infantry have been to San Antonio barracks and will command It IB reported aid generally believed that JAim B Hows has been i Marshal for the Western of New York removed PENNSYLVANIA POLITICS sU Tbe ef Ualesi mm Pa Thursday Aug 0 The town is overflowing At least 600 guests are at the Mountain house from all parts of the State Over registered their names this Ing Among those present are and a targ gailon The are I will present U an Gen H M Philadelphia strong force and itna tne calling of a tew Convention on which there will doubtless oe an debate Judge BLACK came part of the way but turned back Mr will lay before the Convention tbe r piles of tbe electors They staad on tne queston of a union 16 In the affirmative and 9 in the negative one of whom Is a ruin while one re- to answer The balance o Uie negatives are Douglas men The negative are Mr at and the Delegates from the Eighteenth Twentieth Twenty-third Districts Tbe negative Is from tbe Nineteenth and the one who to answer Is from Uie District Tae the In the affirmative with Mr I at large P M The Convention met in the Chapet building at 3 o'clock tn toe Chair and H B Secretary 8 were pi Mi opened by a speech He was to see such B tbat an In- terest was felt by the Committee In the present of tbe Party For himself Ibe action of tbat Committee received his cordial bation His Intention bad been solely to promote tbe of the Democratic Patty In which he hey tbe support of the mutes In the State He trusted that their would be calmness He had received letters from etery part of the State approving of tbe Committee's action For himself he WM hi vor of conciliation and he hoped the electoral ticket remain as Ills presented a resolution de- g that it behooves all good Democrats to stand by ibe late decision of tbe Committee Gen Muua moved an amendment calling a new Convention Inic Luon moved to amend by substituting the U 59 L he would vote In favor of a new Convention Mr said he was In favor of tbe Reading applause Mr moved to amend tnat the eleston pointed at Reading are hereby from all ob- ligations requested to vote In the Col- lege the regular and Mi claimed tbat this was out of order bad already acted on tbat Tbe President tbat U was la order Mr tbe resolution temporarily Taa Committee appointed to write to Gen returned and said they could him C of County moved to amend Resolved that the action of the tee pf tbi 2d of July be and the ing he That the be of u toe at knd tbat in tae evaus of Be U tbe greater ef votes thai have cast for Ibe vote of flute be cut or and bnt If fer then fur and Uia arid that tbe Chairman of the be to pledge from the aad If any His name be omitted Mr said be offered It aa an olive branch It would certainly be favored In his far u he was concerned Individually Tne former tion ol tbe Committee would be but U ts impracticable with tbe people since they adopted only one sentiment of his District and that of probation Tbe same was tbe case throughout tbe State Will you accept tbe olive branch f or are you determined to strangle the Democratic Party T Glva us an opportunity of expressing an boneit opinion of our choice Mr was surprised at the rapidity with which they weie rushing through tbe business Tne action of the Committee waa the moat Important ever had He had letters from Alabama and ing anxiously course this Convention to We do not expect always to be separated We nUrt come gain together Why not join now T He conceded that the 21 of July tions were Impracticable although he voted or them The of Mr are opposed to to throw the election into the Honse He believed Mr plan waa tbe best under It will at least show the popular votoe Mr said his first position would be for a tb sight ticket but be would bow to ex- He believed Mi resolution tbe best that be done Mr Fvuoi withdrew tbe latter portion of Us lution a pledge Tbe Committee adopted tbe providing for one Electoral ticket with and us as tbe electors tbe one having tae largest popular vets to tbe electoral vote of the flute Mr of Philadelphia requested Mr F ot- to accept a farther that If ibe for whom tbe vole Urns cast not be with the vote of Pennsylvania Ibex tbat vote shall be given to the c tber candidate wbo is a member of tbe Democratic Party if U will elect Mr spoke ta favor of the Mr said iff toe aten wbo voted against tbe late eeden e-f the Cam sav Ibey are willing to Mr be would vote for It Mr waa willing to in this tf the would meet him on it denned hie tion He laid Mr aa originally waa an olive branch but the eai ries it teo far Mr of Cambria desired Mr bis He wanted to thr of tbe favor DOVOLM and tbat tbe Democratic Party might be saved notwithstanding tbe of of Its leaders Mr withdrew the latter part of his tbat only afier the several tests named tbe electors cast their and it so as to riad simply that tbe vo e shall be cut for the candidate who has a of the vow of tbe State Mr called tbe previous question amid grt at confusion Mr shortly after withdrew bis call for tbe previous question A recers of ten minutes was taken to and Joannes to on the compromise and amendments On Mr of ob- to changing the ol the tee TWe resolution looked only W tbe Sam tend tbe calling of tbe vote uf Pennsylvania for tlie candidate the highest vote V L Philadelphia said he waa honest rough to confess that he believed the KSS representation of cratic principles and that was the real candidate ot the party but he was a tufted that thle was not that of all the ol this Bute that DOUGLAS Is sustained by true men It let ms therefore but right that we churo our action and allow Democrats freedom of choice He Mr Mr wished to be satisfied tnat tbe game be played fairly If at all He had letters from electors declaring tbat they would only tote for DOVOLAS Tbe same was tbe ease with ooe He could not see bow ments of the present resolution would be more to some of these gentlemen who positively re to pledge themselves Oa motion the Electors dee lining to pledge themselves were read Tbe first wu from N P declaring that he pledge himself to vote for son but making all further also from and others ing their intention to vote for Denote in any event lu case of and to ilgn any pledge emanating the Stale O Elector entered a ment Ife believed tbe electors to be tbe of the He stood pledged to tbe Reading Con- vention and would If tb re out Men him Elector Laa could not see how tbe action of the would harmony or how two tne party could go before tbe on common grounds He would not sand in tne way of a however and would resign bis tion if necessary Mr said that after hear lag tbe letters of the electors ne deemed necessary another ment tbe Coalman of this to rum the their several and pledges In acquiescence to tha foregoing resolution aid to report Tne result of his at a future of Committee Mr laid that such a proposition it wu hie original to Include but at the request of some he bad not it He would cot now accept tne of Mr Mr I must vote against your lution aw a strong speech He spoke of ine of this Committee and said tbat it wu constituted Fifty-four oat of 90 members came from Districts It wu ruled by tbe eis It did not represent the people fairly Mr apoke In favor and Mr of Mr Mr of Philadelphia moved to postpone of tbe subject till after tbe eec- Tuesday of October Negatived Yeas 22 Mr spoke la favor of tbe compromise He hoped the of would support It but he that had refused It and now be would declare that even U he stood alone be would rote or the Reading electoral ticket pure and not He wu for union and waa tiling to rote for tbe for those who refused tbe pledge Mr FOLIOS accepted Mr amendment Uie pledge of electors to the requirements of ibe resolution Mr as an amendment moved a resolution tbat the electors be to vote In the college In evmt of their election for such candidates u the y consider due to their principles and party test i uc lions of the Reading Convention Mr refused to accept tbe amendment Mr Gars of Reading said tbat the sincere friends of were in favor of the compromise Ue man but would men them on trims of and he Believed tbe Berks County and would tain ibe action of the Committee If it wu conciliatory on both sides Mr renewed the call for the previous question which wu custalced M r called for a division of the resolution Tbe nut portion of tbe proposition heading the electoral ticket waa agreed 49 niya 32 The second part throwing the vote for tbe date wbo bas a chance of election wu agreed ye as 40 Mr resolution a pledge waa agreed to viva The resolution u finally ad opted That the Democratic electoral bs t buv beaded with the of DODOIAS or as SD elector large and In ibe event of the of tbe said ticket If the p number ahall have been cast fur sir tbe vote or tbe electoral college of tbe tuite thai be eist far if foi then far snd LASS II the vote of Pennsylvania cannot elect the for whom a of tbe are cut and can man for President lobe then Ibe tbe the candidate Ml will not alert the bum Ills any of the Democrats m o are voted Jor la then ibe vote shall cast tor iho candidate wbo has a majority of the votes of stud of be re- to obtain ibe their aod pledges of acquiescence In the foregoing and report rhe result of his action at a future the Connection Tbe Committee here adjourned dit with cheers for tbe ticket Aug 0 The Breckinridge State met here day every County being represented Messrs MAT and were excluded from tbe electoral ticket and men substituted The Douglas meets on the State Wednesday Aug 8 At the Breckinridge State Convention to-day J McDouAL and R JACKSOB were pointed Electors ai large Tbe Convention was large and harmonious Mr TOOMBS made a speech Mr COBB wu not present Oblo Thursday Aug 9 The Republicans of the Third District to-day nominated of Dayton for Con- gress by acclamation Ohio Thursday Aug 0 TLo Democrats of the Seventh District to-day nominated J K for Congress by acclamation A an Aug 0 V N was nominated for Congress by the Democracy of Uu First District ST Louis Thursday Aug 9 8 G DALIT was nominated for to-day by the Republicans of isss v Fon SMITH Thursday Aug 9 for la 360 ahead in ton County with one precinct to hear from Carroll County gives 100 majority u 300 In Madison Lorm Thursday Aug 9 In six counties OBB gains over In 1858 In thirteen counties gains over SnwAafs majorities Ky Thursday Aug 9 Returns from Counties a large portion of them official the remainder nearly complete show Coonn majority TO ADDITIONAL FROM EUROPE FROM THE PACIFIC Arrival tie at of the at in Syria Ac Thursday Aug 0 Steamship from Liverpool oki Halifax arrived at port about 0 o'clock this evening Her will be dae la New to-morrow I The following dispatches appear In latest papers SICILY AND NAPLES Jury via Genoa IB tbe before aad mh lost tke had MO men pot tlu attacked tbe town of on the 20th test with bayonet and after a com- bat tbe to tbe Tbe statement tbat tbe of R Icily had been by the Neapolitan troops Messina Is still held by the Friday July 27 News has been received here tbat the suffered great In the engagement new Melizzi It WM asserted tbat himself was In the foot ordered several of to be shot for hiving him July 28 Let en bave been received from Sicily staling tbat Gea bad only evacuated the and the bad his In the citadel The remainder of the troops and especially Col Division patched to Calabria Thursday July Tbe latest newt received from Naples Ibai tbe state of things was more satisfactory THE EXPEDITION TO PAUS Friday July 27 Tbe of to-day tu an article signed by M announces tbat Lord Joirn bas authorized Lord to come to some Francs respecting tbe The same says ai alt the Powers agree upon the assent of Turkey will follow It only remains to determine the basis of the general understanding between the Powers In order to cany out the end which all have la view This i sik Is not without difficulties but we must hope tbat tbe good faith of the Powers will be able to re- solve them France who in the affair baa assumed tbe attitude moat proper to tbe courage of tbe oppressed tribes will also show a which cannot fall to Inspire the E with confidence and which li the riable rule of her policy Tuesday July Evening Dp to this moment tbe Porte baa no given Its to the proposals relative to an European Intervention In Syria It 1s almost certain however tbat the re ply bf the Porte to tbe said proposals will be in tbe negative THE PRINCE'S Fren Pie Beard tke and Special Dispatch to tbs Wednesday Aug 6 vU Thursday Aug 9 The Prince of WALM and suite drove from Truro to this place Arches were create J along tbe road In several places and the bridges too were covered evergreens The town 1s very gay Tbe Prince received an In- to dine here but declined aa the Duke of said It would be too risky to go on board the Biro after dark Tbe Prince received and answered an address from the country Tbe Flying will take him on board the Ilm which lies two miles out There be fireworks and Illuminations to-night and great on lops of the hills II Dispatch to tbe Associated Press N 8 Thursday Aug 8 Thn Prince of WALKS landed at at 2 o'clock this morning arrived at Windsor at 8 left at v arrived at Touro at II ft left at and ar- rived at P.M where be received and answered su asd embarked on for P E J where he expects to salve at noon to-morrow He was received all Ibe route most enthusiastically and while pissing through PIctou cheered most In the there wag an exhibition of fireworks bonfires aad Illuminations of tke Pike's Pent AT DIN GOLD IS ST Mo Wednesday Aug B the Pike's Peak Express brings dates of Aug Last Tuesday three sporting men WOOD and Boons while Intoxicated entered the office of tha Rocky Mountain and forced the editor WM 11 to accompany them to tbe Criterion Saloon threatening to kill any one who should attempt to In- to rescue him He finally made bis escape to his office through tbe back door but was followed by tbe rowdies who fired a volley from into tbe which was returned wounding Tbe whole town by was aroused turned out rn In pursuit of party was shot in the bead snd the other two were cap- tured afterwards Tbe feeling In favor of lynching was strong but they were reserved for trial Woon was once a destroying antel at Salt Lake City hut fled here having a All three were characters of the most desperate and dangerous kind Il Is reported that rich gold discoveries bave been made about thirty miles from Colorado City on the rosd to on tbe Platte River All who pos can are leaving for tbe neir discoveries Tbs weather was dry and warm esi R Charge of Wednesday 8 CHAKLIS and Wii T of Cincinnati arrived here per steamer from ton last evening The latter person was arrested upon on a charge of embezzling from WIST 4 produce of nati of which aim Mr was tbe principal partner and clerk Tbe detective wbo has their track for several days arrived hi Hamilton yesterday and learning that parties wering their description had left par steamer he engaged a special locomotive and arrived to this dry simultaneously with tbe steamer escaped in a cab before tbe detective reached tbe wharf and has not yet been arrested and a woman were arrested and it Is reported tbat trunks wan found to contain mostly In gold C W Thursday July 9 the Cincinnati embezzler's case is till to te allow time for tbe ar- rival of it is thought the charge of forgery can be sustained against him la which case he will be delivered to Ibe United States authorities otherwise be will be discharged at N J Aug 0 AIKU was shot and instantly killed at Red Lton near Burlington County N J yesterday by H It 1s alleged tbat Ann had ravished wife and was turbid to coae to the bouse la tbe meantime got out a warrant and put it In tbe heads of a constable When ATOM beard of H be threatened to kill him if hs did not withdraw tbe warrant and went to bouse yesterday when shot him in the killing bun instantly gave himself up to tbe authorities waa IB jail last evening at Mount HeUer of tke Pony Advices from California the Amoor Heglon and Japan ST Thursday Aug ft The Express with California Dews to July reached here at 2 o clock A at CALIFORNIA SASI Saturday Tbs Pony with Bt te July 13 at San on the Tte Mall arrived tbs flame day with St Loais dates to tbe 5th a Is reported to have by as far as Ixu where be a days to Tbs and Lane Democrats having taken courage at tbe recent eastern are tor tbe prominent wbo at trst fa voted are coming out for tbe other side apparently under the of AA to the National Democracy of urging the party to support bas been published which bas strengthened tbat side of tbs It is signed by OS Democrats many of whom occupy e and prominent positions In the party 22 of are Federal eight more are recipients of Federal patronage aad the others re- a miss of politicians giving tbs st weight are also active Tbe Irish and German vote will mostly go with branch of the party but It ts difficult it estimate wlog Is tbe Thus fur 17 Democratic newspapers hue declared for 13 fjr and 9 even of going either vt ay Under these circum- the Republicans not hopes ibat the miy be so ly balanced as to give the Stile to very respectable Hell and Everett hive been held In different paru of the State bit thus far that does not exhibit much rank aad Ale A tragedy recently took place near mento which bai Intensely agitated that portion of the Bute On the 17th ol July named was to Sacramento City and bis house robbed of considerable money and Circumstances pointed to one WM Wins as the murderer wbo Hai followed to tbe mines and on tbe lie was tu in Sutler County on the and night started lor mento handcuffed In an open under tbe charge of Wu C recently ney ol butler County Gso formerly from Texas and celebrated as an aod ol County of Ugden County 111 Oj in a mile ol Sacramento at 2 A M on the tbe stripped bis off and a taken from while fired oa and hla He fired on killing In- next on Inflicting a wound from which he died In an hour WHISTON was then to fire on tbe prisoner when he Tbe wounded man was able to w a k to menfo snd give the but he died tbe same bight Tbe county since bas been overrun or armed men for the escaping bat thus IBJ finding any traces 01 him it was a very vigilant man and lire only given lor his filling U the resulting from his and of the prisoner while bringing Tne recent discovery of copper and other la Calaveras Counry about tauty from ton continues to engross attention in that portion of the Sute it Is reported that tbe Pacific Mall Steamship Com- pany have purchased of the California Ji gation Company tne steamers which would give toe former Com- pany the control of tbe ocean stasm navigation u no liom the ports and south of San A strong effort IR to tne alleged will ol the a forgery wuli considerable weight of oo side The of met on the Hrh lo that town do ex- leading the from Los Committees were appointed lo solicit Tbe new silver discoveries In wast Is now called the Cozoe district situated miles south of and 15 cut ol Vuta oa eastern ol the Sierra are very aale attention Scientific men In dan woo leMed samples ol ore recently re- think teat another mineral district but been in silver micts Fine lends of gut l bearing per Un hate aUu been in trie sime A very decider i migration in thai direction has from the towns ol California THX REGION There Is nothing In tbe late accounts from tLe mines generally f At everything wai quiet Hi In- snowing themselves or alse oa the axle ol Uir Emigrants hnd commenced it Honey Lake Valley by Lues JIB cut oft wagon roul Taey re- port on tbe road good feed and from tbe THE AMOOR REGION AND JAPAN Tbe had arrived ou the 24th on De HUer nd June 22 The left San Francisco In de- btr ongo A moor In return will 32 Moi g 2 uu i from tbe confines of selected ally for id a on to anj courtly Before out of the Amoor toe became and remained frozen lu nil I during which 17 of tbe earned died from aad cold The 13 In aad arc on exhibition for s lew davs alier they are for use as bouts of De the and where wagon roads are riot opened Tbe bark San from Hamburg arrived af the mouth of ibe Armor on ihr of Mav aad was ascending when the led Too of the Spring fleet foi the sune five or six were at on the 221 of June at which put the In tbe Amoor trade touch going ana coming At everything was quiet and slowly with regularity Tne Japanese lL tbat portion of the speared very to the Americans and to all facilities for trade guaranteed by had of aandnome welcome accorded tbe In San evident pleasure The price of ail goods allowed by the to be bad materially advanced Tbe from lets oils and an of furs from tbe OREGON AND BRITISH COLOMBIA Tbe steamer arrived with Oregon atd to Lieut GUIS returns with tbe Astronomical wbo took Fuget's Sound on the total Solar eclipse on the 18th hut tions were newt was unimportant There WM a eral lull of politics after tie recent election The British Colombia news 1s also void of Interest SHIPPING COMMERCIAL NEWS Arrived at San Bath ship from New Yoik schooner from Amoor River via schooner JL C from Guayaquil Balled ship for Callao is a bailer demand for goods la a assail way by tke trade Arrivals having light lately holden of goodi in store have been la their and realise rather for socti lots u are Candles ate worth without marked limited demand Pine Coffees are active bat Bio slow at MalMa dull sailing ter at improved Jue is Uee is Carolina Sugars without aad Spirits aad dull aad Wheat keepe buvers views Generally receipts an backward aa Tlt Fire hi Thursday 9 The and aash factory and several buildings were burned to day Loss Insured Thursday The schooner Star has arrived with Vera Crua datts of tbe ult Mr Flag Secretary with dispatches for the and Slate Departments was at
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