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at no. us enpiRioB 8
IwO tulTiOHS atORKikl IRD ETEBIN1
(huh law eoaielete ta KeelO
As e& airtr.latiui aMalnm the LaaBSB oters paster
BilaoBUseaui than ur other iuarael Butiltebed ta U.S
oo!iana not reeeiut a.eue, and ila T.aTTBl.B.
aews (both bf our own Kesdai OnrraspcattMite, the
New Yorfc ee.i tbe Walin awmum ma) re-
HtiU In a as.xe lb4lll(Up Biaaaer BHU)
pesos la ttortaara ohta. -
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tK.tr, Mivml kt sen, Mantas at ereaiae-
wotH p. vm.
TH Ww4iT cseeah. aw
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A Story of Lots and AdTentnre,
Ij a saares : it is so lollT. To'licUe end adrsBto
rsae all WT leTe the a, eld atorj, Beeer a
aeaetea. elweis f.esa. Ceptsla eoriie's edree-
ftnMM Uvl tfce LWel-DOol Packet, ta New Y-wk
a. tbe&t. NiiboUa, - -aratne-a, at the St. Uurtai
H.itei, Haw utimu, is 4 uitralia, at tee Opera
House ia Pane. 1b Katflead, hU JOB eu-JI-
BOBB4 aal easaseo. :
' UrUg'i Hallway library ?
Cmslsts of Terlea Lnst, tinners Trial, M aiestoee's
Heasekesper, Hasted t Death loar hatter Bote
. Jou Brer ml.
, H. 8. BBOt.all them. !'
T.ORT NO, Pobllakar,
' Brtl-n - ' at WaahturtoB at . Kortfoa.
DuS inTSXTOJt'B SALE In ptr
n.nM, of u order cranta tt the Pro bet
fiAiir nt lhn&hoe (kraut. Ohio. 1 wlU offer lor
ale at public euclioa, na Thnrbdejr, the 8th day of
JllbO. ltbA, at IU O OKKK A , OpW foe p'VBllH,
the f .llowioe deacribHl real eetele, ettoat la the
Va.ttf of Cora.? iM male or cam, iowii: ua
1st 6S, Maronasi ille tawaattiu oae anB oae-ioartk
aora( t-entaotBK oae tod aoB Ife links from the Beat
' I'D of the brick buoae owned by H. Wiog
Uet aoBlh from the N. orwner of aeld Boaae;
thraoe M 12 B. 10 rod end 1 link! to atake and
toae; tMmK.1 rode lo stake asd stones; thaara
Birth 11 K. rods lt lluks to a stake and etoaa;
tbenre 7. rud tj a stake aad etuBea; ttemre B.
' ls W. rlH aad links to a stake and etnn'a;
Uienra we i rods and 1 1 links to tar- pite; Ihtaoe
- 1. 12 rule and ' )! k; thrnca K 1J t rods
17 Unka 'c ptai nr begiaaiag.
A pnrair.4 at (Itull.
Terais f Kale one half OB day or aala, baTaara
' la one yor wuh latoTBSt, with tnterrst peyainte
t hea xurod lf aaortgfre noon the r, Bi i se aoW.
SXIKHIH B. OHLl.U.
Aimialatrator of Williaai Pentt, decraexL
Strocgarille, May IB, ! myll OtWobsw
ADMINiaTBATOK'8 SALE In par
eunce of bb order rranb-d by the Prc4,ftto
dart (leysh.iira County, Ohio, I will i.ffer for
a. is at public ucU n. n Tbu sday, the eighih
dayofjiine, lri, -t two o'clock, M-, iu the
prrDjur, ths following rial eeiate, sltustn ia the
CouDtr of Oojeh' gs, Plate of Ohio, to wilt pert of
Lot No. 07, commencing oa tke east line of aald
lot, at the bi rthweet corner of Viuieg's land
(Known as the How.-o lot) thence noelhurly on
lot lln- ti'l It strtk the Borth line or T. Hardy a
land ; tkence southerly aa id Batdy's we t line
ta lead former y owned by t Clark ; theses south
8H4" at d weat 6 chains; thace north leVf
aad west a cvalas links ; thenca weslorljr oa a id
Jtark'a Bwrtk Uaa to Viniag'e est line ; th.noe
jortuerly peral'el with Brat Beatiaed liae8roda ;
tbeaos eastoily parallel wUh lest me ttsr4 T
Clare ' north line to piece .! regianing, tocoataia
th:rty-tw and fire thonvaad two bnadred aad
eiirht, eeren tea Ikouaead'ha arm of land, b- Ihe
lute more or less, bul iot) t to all legal highways,
Appreis d et g ,l-7. Tot ms of sale, oae hell OB
iaj of aale, balaace in oae year, wilB iut reat,
at"KkIS E OALLVe,
admioistrator oi eslaUof Joha Tarry doceaerd.
tltruogsviils. May loth. Its. 6
OOP BAR-KINGS At
1ST Weddell How
EE S E !
HAVJC ' SaTABLISHEO
rtotoe for tne nurcnate sis aati
CfJ ENC and geaerai riodu.w.
8J0TT BBO rHBstS.
136 Riser street, Lleselaad, 0.
TO PURCHASE rtS OF" ORGANS,
ialM.nn. ir Harmoa.uwe Bvff on hav.
teg any tbousht of parching aa inatrnesedl of this
tnees bow or at eay lutare t.ar. Bhtaid send lot one
Of ItSBOO liBBlliB S OWUM rg.
WhiA will be sent to any aadrasa eatlrely free 01
sto Bee 1 hi. circular oontains bibcb iaforaiatloa
' wkicB will he ae. lui U rry purchaeer . f euoa aa
batiswiti. euchas.rticlea oa Bow to Jed.e oj
a Maaical lu.Uueat," "Hi-to.y of the Organ,"
"Qieleiryol heed lesuoari'l." tv,
6'Hi Broeoway, Hew York.
OrMAION HAMLIS, WaahiagtoB eswei.
ft. , in. a aa
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AT f W. i W
par raw. t at)
HATS AND CAPS.
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY
IHl'OETANT SALE OP
TN ANTICIPATION or CONFINING
loureelT-sia ta. rnture to the KUB TBAPK -etaaimr.w.
offer at WH0BL8ALB OB RETAIL,
oar snUre stork of
HATS, CAPS & BTEAW GOODS,
Greatly Kcduced Prices!;
Many artlclf win bs laid at one-hall thols Talua.
Oar titook consists of
ALL KEW AND DESIEABLE 8TYLE8
leaned this sprins, besieea theaeaal aUpto artlcks
IMrtslnuig to the hseuwaa.
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
In eitT or eoaatrv, w.U e well to rail aad ex assise
ew.J: a outi.sa ahnald Mibraoetfall
opp.rr.aitr w-ppl, Bele a.d -J-IZ..itk
ehett hanaa BaB waaer Hals, 01. .
Ilea with sbetf hpnaa I
8. A. lELLIB & CO..
yl:223 g!5 Bapcrlor St., starhle Bloct.
n Spring Stjles of
HAT8, CAPS, STEAW 600D8, e.
L.. Benedict ona
-nee. a lanre assortaKBt of all the latest styles,
ale aad retail, at H irr;ifM
PBIJNG SlYLHl OF
HATS AND CAPS.
m mi to 1
latrodadac oar SPBINO UTTLs
sf KkH ineladtiiK
TBB G&ANT HAT, '
irua RJTRRMAir HAT.
fan KM K RID A !f HAT.
THS DEKBY HAT,
... jij BBscetBionf o( Hss'i and Boys'
l"r, Eijrl-. a U. t-e - IVM
tor hV " 'E'prrrTS OO..
' ,awr ' " i-we.
DR. J. M. JOHHHON, HAVING Ks
moedhisolctorlo 143 Ont.rloHtreet.oser
. jj iTta old aassaBS aa as Bieul aew on as may
, Use. of Weesea aaJ Ihuoreo, r"'- -
1 is u which hamaaitv
17 kL'rtioita kiB free. OSloe hiera obs S
gTKWABT, JUDDUa OO,
SttArw'VS tBtl twSBedlers tt Ul,
1,0, ill PrnKSTt-vaeTia Avmatra,
.as i hwstaesB ta the tfeaM Ooar,
MTUT...-HB --v BBBtaus-
- . a wsaaw, a. . -
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5 TPBEDEKICK CYEIAX,
wmmIi Tnmry titeetaw www
EelTlder rrm, Xwt Clevelsnd,
- Benecm Street.
THS W AJT. aad shall spare ao aSori U give
., TiehUB -rpaoial attendee f Semtleaaea a
Of Olaaalac at lewtvstK ef ale-B?
VOL. XIX--NO. 113.
TIsijaUsltAT. MAT II.
The Great English Meeting.
.' Addilioo) forwign a4Tiqr,of which titit
morning ! telegram! gio ui n erteadud
be tract, give u fuller idea of the eal
depth Mid ilnotttity of thtt grief which'Bgf.
Uted the world when the now, came thai
PreaidaBt Lineotn haJ. hees mrmlered.
The Ltoodoa Deetivg, in St. Jumfe' Hall,
wu . eminently worth; the occasion. In
deed, in hi risa, ia lit golemnity Mid graw.
Ry and, ia the callbraof the tentimeatl
and the ppeakeri,' If wf t more ade
quate, though perhaps not more ipon-
tanaoiu, demons tratiort of aofrbw than
any atnele meetinz which had been held
on thii lide the Atlantic. The halt, the
audience, the gpeatenand the ipeechdd
were f a chaiactar well bonding the lub
lime, thehietorio tweauon. The imioiu
tiona, singularly brief and simple, are alao
gingniarly appropriate and expreie.
The fact that many ladied appeared dreaf
ed in mourning, trivial ai it may appear,
ii eloquent, and will ipealc" with .great
force to every American heart. ,.
- Such prooeedinirs aa theaa reveal the
true heart of the English masaei u nothing
which had transnired linos the war broke
out. They show ju that, whaterer the reel,
ing of the ariatocracy, the people of Bag
land are itill cur friend. They remoTa,
In a fjTfmt degree, the jfeeliog of bitternria
which a lung ennui of unfair acts on the
nart of the British government had
created .against the mother euiBtry
in oar heaits. Such aoli " as theae
great'y diminish the praaibQiiiee of war.
Men who thug sympathize in oar sorrow
can never cross swords with ns. In a com
mon mourning is renewed a conjooa love,
and in the grave which hat juet dosed, as
we may hope, all different and quarrels
have been burled, - '
The Tumble in Gold.
Another extraordinary full in the price
of gold one nearly as great in proportion
to the present premium as that from 200 to
150 is now in process. The precious metal
has already' declined 15 per cent. In the
past week. . It now stands, according to the
latest advices, at 130, and we look to see it
touch 120 before its downward course is
arretted. There is no earthly reason why
it should command a premium of more
than S or 10 per eenL, and we confidently
expect that within sis months it will fall
aalowaalio. ' '
The subscriptions yesterday to the 7 JO
loan are absolutely astounding I Seventeen
millUms, four hundred and itn thousand
dollars, and eleven thousand, nine hundred
and twenty ei.ht single subscriptions in one
day I The 7:30 loan is itself : the grandest
monument to republican institutions of the
times, and such subscriptions ss those of
yesterday and the day before axe bey on!
expression an amazing aad triumphant
illustration of the iaith of the people in the
Eepublic ',' ;' ',' ' '
Jfe-limrthm he jmMbhea el 4eer eralcS.
is equivalent to a constitution in a republi
can form of government, establishing the
organization and forms of his provisional
government, while the definitive organmv
tinn is rvKndino-' In view of the probabil
ity that American bayonets will soon drive
him from bis place and scare him back to
Austria, it does seem to us that If r. Maxi
milian, is taking on his shoulders a deal of
The Anti-Slavary Boeiety has votea
down Mr. Garrison's motion that it be dis
I solved by a vote of more than two to one.
It considered that in the questions of sut-
frsge and in other important matters con
nected with the status of freed men it will
have work which will occupy it for some
time to come.
It is announced that many citizen clerks
in the Departments at "Washington are to
te discharged to make-room lor aisaDied
soldiers. This is aa it should De. xnese
soldiers have saved the Government from
destruction: now let the Government do
its duty by saving them from starvation.
The. Smaii.'ar. Board of Foreign 11 is-
gions has just lost two valuable young sais-
I .;nn.riee Mr. (1 H. Llovd. who aiea at
Umertl South Africa, on the 10th of Feb-
ruary, aged thirty-one years, ana v uuam
. ' . . . w.i.t
Wilbertoree Ohapin, who died at ADmea-
nuggue, India, on the 23d of March, aged
The erain statistics of Chicago, lor ue
J rut four months of lbs current year, show
a large falling off in the receipts of BOnr
and wheat, as compared with last year.
The' figures compare thus: 1865 flour,
149 073 barrels"; 'heat, 1.2S4.Z&U ousneis;
1864 flour, 156,712 bariels; wheat, 2,112,
General Grant oaf sent a staff omcer to
L-wt.u, ihn rircumstances of the disss-
. o.. . ...ft ..rt5n. if noasl.
tertotue ou.mm.-, - - r -
ble, id fix the responsibility .lor that
dreecful sacriflceif the hves oi sowiers.
i ii w m j ie f .
The twenty -eighth anniversary or tne
Union' Theological Boeiety was neia on
Monday evening last in Kew Yorh City.
The graduating class were twenty-two in
number. j t ? : ? p.f
Eenrr A. "Wise now claims to have been
'a strehisnas -Union man, and only took op
arm when forced to do so by the North,
to protect Southern rights. This certainly
caps the climax of rebel irepudonee..
General Column Astonished.
A eood -story is tola, which is pretty
rell autheoticsied, at the expense ot Uen.
Mlocnna: He left KaleicB witn joowers
column (Twentieth 4-Jorpr), on a roaa 10
the rieht or that up- which Davis was
moving . jeaving jaowor v. u
t ha 2.1. be announced that be would go on
and make Oxtord Oourt House his head-
oneTtnra LIiaL niUU suu wai. mv -
Column s eemrw -us - e
General arrived, and when about to ertab-
. . : TM Jn. iim. Kei
lieh his headquarters, learnea ' xmvsi
had sansrrr" there the night before, and
had left early in the morning on vo men
mnnd. Just as Waloot.'s diviaion was
..m.sllie-, .LBS JeOasuiM).. viBuorau diwiuu
. l . rf' 1 Ol
I tie advanoa and took the ad-
vace for some miles. The - General
i Bvfi vniM orjBfui am mu-iuii -m Kuw
hetween his two corps for the honor
of -henna first in mchmond, tar. iv. 1
John Stuart Mill, the ablest thinker and
writer on political eeenomy living, jn an
swer to some interrogatories recently put
tn him bv Ue electors of Bristol, cave the
fnllnwinr - views i tipoa the ' Question of
suffrage wnicn piace im is,. Uea. auvance
rank of true iJeuhuCfacy upoa ua .poms
"I would open thavenitrage Xo au grown
neraona. Ddtn men ana - wonsew, wua ten
Tonrl, write, and perform a mm in the rule
1 of tnree,anawau wr nw,' whsum autnw
small uruaber of received jrish re-
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
'd 1 ad a
Great Meeting, In H, James
THE SORROW AN!) 61L1EF
Resolutions of Condolence
Speeches bj Forster. Porter,
Balnes. C. W. Field, Ac
illllllllJAN GAIN'S A FUW
THE TRIAL OF THE
Sberlda&'s CaTttlrj 10 be
. ; . , ,. tianed In Service.
Johnston on Uexican J flairs
Seutralltr Law to be Enforced.
ABOUT JEFF. DAVIS.
I1IT CAPTURE CEKTAl.'V.
Description of Jell. Davis to be
sent to onr Ministers Abroad.
Year Men to bs Mastered
GOLD DOWN TO 129
The Union Armies on their
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Associated Press Report.
NEW YORK, May 10.
The steamship Asia has arrived at Hali
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
T.rrsSwnnr A pril W a ii ft rneAS of flvm.
dolunce to the Ameriutn pwopln have
passed the Lower Qouee ol tho Austrian
Kitichsrath unanimously. Vha Austrian
and Swis governments have forwarded
KinpeTor Napoleon has loft raris fur
Aleutrs. . .
'lUa bourse was heavy.
Bestes closed at 6.1.
A vote of censure on the Hpanirh Calii-
net for the late military conflict in Mid-
rid, was lost by a large msjority.
Italy and the Pope have concluded an
arrangement on the episcopal question.
The bishops are to return and the Pope
will immediately mi tne vacant noes.
A Brazilian mall has reacfiea XiIsdod,
bringing Kio Janeiro dates to April aih.
The ALonievtaeo ubokb are suuiwiam
to resume cash payments.
A lanre force ot x-araguayans inreitten
to invade the Argentine republic in order
to attack Brazil and Buneos Ayres. Hos
tilities are expected.
LoMDOaT, April aw. saiuraay evening,
Anril 29th. an immense public meeting
convened under' the aurpicts of the Eman
cipation Society, in St. James Hall, to ex
press feelings oi grmi sou smiui a. o
assassination of President Lincoln, and
vmnetnv with the Government and pno
i...'ir:..ju..,uik i .i
pleOI IU UnilHU Dkeiv, wi.u
ind Mr. Seward and family. Tbegallerirs
of the Hall were draped in Mac. The
Ball was crowded with people who ninni
fested not merely their their warm admi
ration of the character ana capacity oi me
Ute President, ana sincere sympathy w.ta
ik. tA.iriiam tne umiti dwub in sue iobv
the people of the United Stales in the loss
sustained by them, but their hearty ap
proval of the great cause Mr. Lincoln
v The platform contained an array of par
liamentary gentlomen, and many ladies
citizens of tne Metropolis, aiany uvuioa
warn present, a majority of whom were in
mourning. - arioua awmuuus www w
ried. not merely with unanimity, but wiih
an intense feeling rarely seen at public
The. chair was occupiea dt wiiuam
Evans. President of the Emancipation rJo-
i . . i . . i: t -j , . . . i.
uibw js.essrs. fursvar, otainueia, lywtiu
em, Taylor, Potter, Baxter and Baines
commencea voe prucwiuiuip wu .sprue
siens of deep sympathy with the American
iwrnment and people, and entire oonti
rlence in the administration of President
- The chairman was supptirtrd
'tT ? jUenUal member, of lrlia-
and array cf distinguished
i Mrson. rnnresenijiie every section of the
' 0f sympathy were re-
from Sir Charles Ljll, Jjora uoui
tnn. and others.
W. K. Porster, Aemoer oi i-aruament,
moved the first resolution that this meet
ing desires to give utterance to the feelings
oi grief and horror with which it has heard
of the assassination of President Lincoln
and the murderous attack on air. Hewara,
and to convey to Mrs. Lincoln, and the
United States Government and people, an
expression of its profound sympathy and
Mr. Fonter said this was a time wfien
the tie of blood, binding Englishmen to
Ameticans, was indeed truly lelt. A thrill
,J rrief. horror and indignation hat passed
through the length and bteadth of Europe
and eamciall y possessed the heart of every
Engiwhman,as tnoogn some patniui caiam.
itv bad 1 alien on nuuseit. i uuuu cauen
This meeting would send, by the ship which
left their shores tnat mgDt,iu eympamy
with tha widows and orphans of the coun
try who bad not lost their faith in tha fu
ture. He was confident in the belief that
thev had so learned the lusson of common
. - . . . i i j
history xnas noy era prove wua.
itreogth a tree and christiau people have
to near np against every oiow tiae sms,
though it be such a blow as had rarely it
ever fallen upon any commonwealth. He
expressed hat conviction that President
. , . . :
Johnson wouia conuue ar. j.iuoh
work of restoring peace to the country and
ensuriDg freedom to all who dwell in iu
Great cheering ' " 1 ! '
r Mr. P. A. Taylor, member of Parlia
ment, seconded the resolution. ' He ex
pressed deep sympathy with the American
nation, whic had lost worthy euooessor
Washineton. Lincoln's task had been
fujfilled He had crushed the rebellion of
slaveholder. Time, the destroyer, nan
not withered one teat in the ehaplet of his
wlorv. .He had no fear that the Govern
ment of the United States would fall into
the career of revengeful retribution He
asked tha audience to remember that for
years porou of the press aad people bad
Viearerl avarv enithet of abuse upon Lie
coin, and were now trying to do the same
thin hv Johnson. fSbame.! He felt con
fident that the effa-u of the New Govern
ment would be continued In the same di
rnrtii.n as Mr. Lincoln's, and that H
wo.il.t ct a ccmnlete restoration of the
union with complete emancipation of the
negro. Jjncoln died for that principle,
but hi, death was not the symbol of hsde
ftat bit of its glorioui triumph. Cheers.
Mr. Leathern, Member of rarliament,
brother-in-law of Mr. Bright, concurred in
the hearty tribute paid to the character and
service of President Lincoln. They had
seen America pass triumphantly throngs
her gigantic perils and they confidently
expected she would come out with equal for
titude and equal dignity from what was
perhaps tho last and greatest of her tri
umphs. Mr. Stan field moved the next resolution
. Hexteed, That this meeting desires to ex
press i mtire confidence in the determi
nate' 1 power of tha people and gov
ernme "of the United States, to carry out
to the' vt xt nt the policy of which
AbraVe f.fincolns Presidential career was
the el LU isient, and establish free insti
tute hout the whole American
Mr . hi said they had met not only
to giv Expression of their horror at a
deed st'Ti that history could produce no
paralle.""! to show sympathy for a cause
whicb, tJbeing honorable and great, was
rigbteoui, and which by the acts aad by
the lila-aAd death of its martyr President
had no '"accrue sacred in their eyes. Loud
The Houth had been fighting for the
avowed and deliberate purpose of promo
tinir and perpetuating human slavery. It
had attempted lo found its substance on a
national sriroe, and had met the deserved
fte of tbofe who set 'themselves against
the laws of God and man. The North
had been fighting for a oommon country,
which they would share, but which they
would not allow to be torn asunder. Step
by step the North rose to the height
of the great and holy argument oa which
ttieir cause was founded. Xach delay,
each defest reemed vnly to make their re
solve tinner, and higher, and their policy
purer. If anything could strengthen the
ibe tStntm in their trial it would be the
deep frit, tvintne;ns and universal sym
pathy which was now traveling to them
' M r. J. B. Fulton seconded the motion.
He said ha now stood in Parliament as the
succossor of Bieharrt (Jobden, whose object
it was, rqualty with that of Lincoln, to
dignify laDor. Lincoln destroyed slavery
in America; it should 1 their wish to de
stroy servitude at home, and be trusted the
result ot the conflict in America would be
to give impetus to the cause of reform in
Europe. '' '
Mr. Baxter said be Supposed the reason
that all the events of the last tour years
dwindle to insignificance before the issues
involved ia the great conflitt m America,
was not only tne great question of Slavery
involved in the conflict, but the question of
constitutional goternment all through the I
world. He did not believe mat a srart I
retisrt rl.nandnd on a sinele life, and felt I
confident that the American people would I
hurry to a triumphant issue tne policy
Hnd'nrincioles of Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. Caird, M. P., moved that copies of
the forogoing resolutions be placed in the
hands of Mr, Adams for transmission to the
President of the United States, Mis. Lin
coln and Mr. Seward. He paid a warm
tribute to the character of Mr. Adams,
the American Minister, whose patience,
moderation, skill, firmness and conciliation
had been the preservation of peace be
tween the two countries. .!-.
- waa-Tewrltltsrffie "P fi.eileMl hw wart
ous members of Parliament and itev. .New
man Hull and Mason Jones. j -
Cvrus W. Fieid, who was called lor and
rnoeived with great applause, thanked the
chairman and meeting on behalf of the
American people for their deep sympathy
with the tnirtv millk ns on the other side of
the Atlantic who were mourning for the
death of Abraham Lincoln.
LivaaruoL, April 29. Jtvening Tne
China's news created a favorable impres
American securities have improved.
(Jonl'edetale loan flat at a material dc-
cliuo. ClOiiug at ll(a)I3
The asaatsiu&tion ountinues the all -per
vading topic . . . '
Addressee oi sympatoy ana inaignauou
Parliament will vote an address.
On the 1st of May Napoleon sent a mes-
senirer to the American Minister.
Tne Prussian government ana cuamDars,
also the ltaliw chambers give expressions
COMMERCIAL PER ASIA.
The Manchester market was quiet tut
Breailfluu quiet ana sieaay.
Wheat has an upward tendency.
Bichardson, Spent & Co , and Bigland,
Athioa & Co. report flour quiet but firm.
Wheat ind upward, and Tuesday s ad
vance is fully maintained. Sales at 6s 6d
aHi bi lor amber tpring.
Corn firm, at Buj Tor mixed.
Vrevii-ions stead v.
Wakufiuid. Nssh & Co., and Gordon and
Ruse & Co .report beef steady j pork arm,
holders domaud an advance. '
Lurd easy with an improved demand.
Butter dull and tending downward.
Bnnine's circular reports breadstnfis
Whoat advanced Is.
Suirar buoyant and Is higher.
Tea tends upward.
LiviRrooL, April 29 Evening. Cot
ton sales to-dayjl 0,000 bales 3,000 to spec
ulators and exporters.
Market firm and unchanged.
Breadftuffi, quiet and steady.
Tbwal a gat meeting of the mer-
chants ot Liverpool at Ht Georges Hall, on
nverpoo. at eorg xiao, oa
r.n of the 27th to express the
of the people at the assassins,
.Mnnt T.innnln. The Mavor
tion of President Lincoln. The Mayor
nresided. and he and several leading mer.
chants made ppeechet denouncing the
crime, and exprtnerog sympathy with toe
people of tne unitea states in strong terms
A resolution expressing sorrow and m
li..nation. recardless of all differences of
opinion, political, or otherwise, was unani
mously adopti-d, and copies ordered to be
.,nt in the American Minister at Lon-
rinn tn Mrs. Lincoln and to Mr. Seward
On the evening of the same day, and at
tho sama place, there ws another great
meeting of the working classes, at which
similar ref olutions we-e adopted. A reso
lution of a more political character was
i rrared. and led. to confusion, when the
meeti rig adj n rnedV
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, May 10.
Tha Commercial's says
l,j,ne will Botsnil'ar his private views in
lavor oi the Monroe Doctrine to influeooe
the national policy of neutrality obseryea
ho Mr. Lincoln. Alio smusmi "',
therefore, ba put in force against all who
attempt to compromise the Government
uoon the Mexican question. Secretary
v:.-.'s nolicv will nut be departed from.
conspirators concerned in the assassination
i The Post s tpecaai amy. m oi
lv decided that no peraojis but official re.
h thnaa connected with the court.
.. .nliniiel IA.QST. 11 USB TOW IMIUT7
shall be admitted to the court room.
Ah e r. - . - ..
. . - M-in. nt tne avnu-oiaverv oavw
tv to-day Mr. Garrison's resolution lo dis-
solve the socioty wss rejected by a Tote of
4f) to 118.. i ' '
The steamer Bagle, lrom Havana may
1... . n .m i . umuiw . .
. . . . . an. in.HI imiH I
bdo .-. . . . , :, ,l.
TrlCO brOUgBt OIUJiBl uiui-..js vs
KTZJL tK. l.ihrals..nnder Gen. Nc
rta. of SalUllo and Monterey ; and alto
.n ..... ,s Victoria, tha caDital
(11 UlS uf"" em.- n:.i'.
Tamaulapss. By jneotta.' ao s-htw f--
f u. i-v, information of the recapture
. H.itillobvUe French. Other acotunU
state that the attempt to capture tha city
failed, and that another attenipt was to
Quads. . . ' - ,7 a
NEW YORK, May 10.
Vera Cruz papers received here state
that the Emperor Maximilian ha issued a
decree deflning the provisional status of the
Imperial Government while the definitive
organisation is proceeding.
The decree is divided into eighteen ehap
ters, and subdivided into eighty -one para
graphs Some of the leading ones are the
form of the governmeirt, It will be a lim
ited hereditary monarch v, with a Catholic
rnnce at the head, in tne case of the
death ot the linperor,- or of any other
event which may incapacitate him lor the
exercise of his powers, his augunt sponge,
the Kmpress, will he, ipse facto, regent of
the Empire. The Km oeror or regent, on
assuming power, must- take this oath : I
swear to God, by the holy evangelists, to
further by all means in my power the
welfare and prosperity of the nation, to
defend the independence and preserve the
integrity of i's territory. ' ' "
Tne Kmperor, wno represents the n ac
tional sovereignty, will be assisted by a
ministry of nine departments. '
' The territory ot Mexico- is defined as
bounded on the north by the lines decided
upon with the United tilatrs attbeconvea
tionsof Gntdaloopa and Mesilla; on the
east by the Gulf ot Mexico, the Sea of the
Antilles and the Kngluh establishment at
Bejize; on the emiin by the Kepuhlie nt
Guatemala, and on the west by the Pacifist
Nothing is said about Texas.
The Government guarantees to all the
inhabitants of the Umpire equality in1 the
eye of the law, security of person and prop
erty, and the liberty of. free speech. - '
The national color will be green, red
and white, and their disposition on the na
tional flag will be defined by aipecial law.
A decree dated May 10th is devoted to a
definition of the extent of freedom to be
allowed, which wilt ba subjected to about
the same restrictions an in France and
Austria. .:: ' ,
The duty on imported tobacco has been
increased. . - '
The Kmperor has granted- a concession
to Don Luis Mine, tor a railroad from Mex
ico to and at San Unsme, Papntla, 1 acuba,
Tlaluelantta, Cuanlitlan, with the termi
nus. - ! i
WASHINGTON, May 10.
The civil mat binary is already being
put iato operation in Virginia. Tne Slstle
has just been divided into four districts,
and the Secretary of the Treasury has ap
pointed a number of assessors and col-.
lectors. . .
A revision of the regulations and form
of the Quartermaster's Department is be
ing demanded to meet the requirements ot L
A board of officers has been constituted
to prepare forms and draft revised regula
tions, and also an explanatory manual for
the consideration of the Qaartormaster
General and submission to tne Secretary
of War for his approval and promulga
tjommander A- Bryson nas been ap-
pointed Fleet Captain of the Mississippi
Squadron. . , , .,,
Ana m aim otu t--orpa are eapeuion iu
reach Belle Plain to-day.
Many of the citizen clerks are being
discharged aad disaWua soldiers suueliui
The Army of the Shenandoah expocU
soon to be racalled to Washingtorf., . , .
Information was received to-day lrom
St. Paul of a skirmish, with the.-Indiana
near Maakato. . Sibley , was afier the In
dians sharply, and it was thought would
destroy there. i .
xne cavalry oi me Army oi me rniomac
are not to be disbanded with the infantry.
General Sheridan's command will be re-
nriraniriiit and rr st "'ir'1; rgT r i ft wrtf.
Ilias i it. Lisa as BselW iwe iiel" J-U11J y 4 ' JL .
placed under the command of bherulan.
I he nnsonaaiea lorce win nuuiour nouui.
100.000 men. The main portion will prob
ably be sent into the country Soush of the
The uiauiDers ot tne uuy t.Auncii anu
those who attended the public meeting last
night, while expressing themselves lully
and unalterably determined i to prevent
traitors or abettors and sympAthizars from
acquiring or retaining residences in our
midst, say they will endeavor to secure tin
approval and co-operation of the national
government, and therefore a committee ia
to be appointed to consult with the proper
authorities in rolatiou to the most feaiiulo
plan of action. ,v
WASHINGTON, May 10.
Lieutenant-General Grant has issned the
following instructions to General Autnr
. . . . i - -.; . . i. . r
relative to tne ai-posiiioa ui ue iuaue oi
paroled prisoners : '' .
Hxaiivi M Abuixsov Tne U.bl
WAaumoTON, May . f
3b Ha'ar-General C. C. Auyur, Cumdg
Dep t Of ff axungtun .- .
GevikaL Please send all paroled pris
oners ef the late rebel armies now confined
or detained at Alexandria, V., to their
homes. . These whose honiea were, at
the time of joining miss aruiie?, in
the States tnut . have never been
in rebellion, and who dasire to return U
them, will be nquiml to tuku the oath
prescribed in the Preeideni's aiuneaiy
Declamation, proviiled they are not ex
cepted from its IwnefiU. If so excepted
. .... , . - . i mi i:..: ;
they Will be uetaineu. xmtn iiviuk m
Texas will be sent in charge of an t-lli-ar
and landed on the wtt banks of the Miss
issippi river at the mouth of Bui rivur.
til command oi
- tt n . f . I r- . -
- U. D. VS1HT, l.lUUk UCII.
T. 8. Bowsus, A.. A. G. , .
PHILADELPHIA, May 10.
The subscriptions to the 1 .10 Umn re
ceived by Jay Cooke to-day amount to
$17,410,100, including the loliowirg Biug'o
subscriptions: First National Bnk of
Cincinnati, i,jw,ow; opuouu xmiudusi
Rank of Da roit. -l.oiKi.oixi: ninina-
- - $i 250,000 ; Heeond Nali.mal
Sd " $t' 500 00() BaTlk of VUft
J".?' jrnnoii- Firnt National
Republic, Boston, $ 50,000 irst -W aliona
Han X or New tb, -ti,,
National Bank of New Orleans," 500,000 ;
. . . v I- 1 ruin nAll . IT I ... I
First National Bank of Bsltlmore, suu.uuu;
First National Bank t.t rniladnipnia,
$1 500,000? First National iSank oi rrovi
donoe, $100,000. There were aUo ll,9Jg
individual subscriptions for IM and $100
ich. - . ; . . ...:.
LOUISVILLE, May 10.
The Cincinnati Pioneer Association,
hmowht down bv the steamer - United
States, visitnd this city to day. They were
driven to points Of interest, and partook
! of a sumptuous repast. They were ad-
rlrniaad bv General raimer.
Judge Bullock, G. W. Morris, ana otners
tuft thu afternoon.
Tba steamer .Mcnoias also nrouant
down the Cincinnati, 5ket:h Cluh, who
were entertained by their numerous irienQK.
, Telegrams announcing tho opening of
fliiwinc oetroleum wells at Boyd's Creek,
and near Franklin, create considerable ex-
NEW YORK, May 10.
Commercial's Washington spwcial
says : The recent establishment of a loyal
SUVSTDDIDUt IU .. ... ....
I fected, the attention of the President is now
I directed to orth Uarolma, and he will
lasea issue a proclamation daliuing. tho
r , . - j ii . ,
i atanameT 01 uMcieeit
I Consiaeraoie aiscussion is excitea uy toe
lignificant fact that General Grant and
i fun ameo yeetsjrosijr wii jui. iiouioiu, vuo
i jt in later ot vm aoawu Anpuunv.
YORK, May 10.
, Tha downward tendency of gold con
B, ot tinuss. i Apprehensions of a continued fall
t.. knnkl mil aa nujis ssllurt l)i.t lhArn
I U no resisting tha downward movement
An effort was made to open at 1 35, but the
largeness of tha offerings immediately put
down the rate to i ( j. ; , ,ri., . , ,
Gold waign iaflj..,,! ; "
TRIAL OF THE ASSASSINS.
PHILADELPHIA, May 10.
the Bulletin's 'Washington special says
the rt porters lor the public press were re
fused adnits i.m to the trial of the assas
sins to-day. The ooneeqionc wi'l be that
no particulars of the tiial will be made
public nntil its close, except through the
medium of government authority. .
NEW YORK, May 10.
, The railroad stock market is somewhat
depressed by the general indisposition to
operate, and by the efforts of the "bears,"
who are reported to be under the necessity
of purchasing to cover heavy import con
tracts soon to mature. , The steady decline
in gold prodnoes some misgivings as to the
prospects of dividends, it being expected
that with the reduction In ths price of pro
duce there mutt be a diminuation in the
rata of freight.
' Government securities continue active.
Rtilroad bonds are active and prices are
rather firmer. . J '..
: Stat bonds firm but httle doing.' 1
The main feature in Wall street is a fur
ther heavy decline in gvld in ono sequence
c f a turn in foreign exchange, and the sup
position is that from the course of trade
they will rus still more decidedly in our
favor. ' In the early part of the d.y there
was much excitement but toward th.i close
matters became more fair. , The supply of
money continues to increase and lenders
are more urgent than borrowers.
There is more demand for foreign ex
change and sales are again firmer.
The Canard steamer from Boston to-day
too out $27,000 In specie.'
Petroleum slocks are firm, ' with a fair
business. .Sales w ero as follow ): Buchanan
Farm 132, Cherry Run 63, Exilsior 510,
Empire City ilO, Hydnck's 2Jo0, Oceanic
249, Bynd Farm 300, Tack 200, United
States 1300. , ! .
Petroleum is quiet and steady at 371o
fur cruda, hlQfSla for refined In bond, and
DRY GOODS MARKET.
The dry goods market this "week, owing
to the stormy weather en Monday and
Tuesday, has been leas activav, but prices
continue steady. .- ,
1 ' Domestic fabrics are not plentiful, and
the quotations are sustained, j
The demand for foreign gojds continues
larger than the supply. -Beally desirable
dress goods in law Da and graandines have
in no season been lo scarce ai now. . M er
chanU from a distance are- here, many
for the third and fourth time, and trade
has been, and promises V continue gooil
until the close of the season, j .,
.At the Dry Goods auotioa to-day prices
weieiabout the sameas at hwlt tales. Car
pets and mattinga sold most readily, Lin
eus we're not in very active d emand.
FIRST THROUGH TRAIN.
The flrvt regular through potr sender train
from Cincinnati by the Atlantic & Great
- V'oJim ieulWAtvarxival luira. Jast nitthV
It li'i V-a''1Virl'.W iftlllBilry JfviroUleS.
' The gViseral' h.itpilal at Annapolis has
been diacimtiniio 1 and ordorad to bo turned
over to the Wavy Dsparliuer.L -
MRS. LINCOLN GOES TO ILLINOIS.
. CapUin KjVrt Liocolh ;has returned,
atiil will accompany his m other t) their
hi uie in Illinois in a few day s.
The Bureau of torpedoes and, infernal
machines have obtained pictures of those
deadly missiles, which were captured.
Among other devices were torpodees in
the shape and ' appearance of lumps
of steamer coal, and so perfect in
resemblance it would not t readily dis
tinguished from the genuine coal. The
existence of these infernal devices confirms
the belief that the steamer Sultana was de
stroyed by torpe Jo being in Jier coal.
The person who for two y4 rs was purser
of the rebel pirato Alabama, has been ap
pointed to a first-ciaas del ksbip in the
LandOilice.' This position with its good
salary, has been given to htra by the gov
ernment that it may have his testimony
available as to the captures) and destruc
tions committed by that corsl tir.
The Times special aays that he Stale
Department will forward by the steamer
which stils fir Europe froia B.iston, to-
monow, to onr Ministers at the leading
courts, full particulars or tne eviaence
urainst Davis and his co-eonspirators'ia
the work of assassination, and in addition
to this the military autliurwiea have
prepared accurate personal ilesrripiioD, in
hid bills sad photographs, of Davis, Ban
ders, Clay i Co., which will b eitansively
circulatod, not 'only in this country, bat in
Canada anil Europe.
I ;General Wilaou'a cavalry Itill hold pos
session of Western Georgia, iincladiug Ms-
con and Atlanta. His o&eraJ.ions ware not
aterinlly sfieetM by the ; Bhermaa and
JohnaUin armistice; . ' '
.Gold 130k, . ; ' ..
New York Central, 95; Erie, , 78;
Pittsrmre, 74 J: Bock Island. 94 North
western 28; do preferred 55j-w Tort "Wayne
835: Jludson 101; Beading 95 7 Michigan
Southern 64 f, Illinois Cent ntl 117, Ohio
Mississippi certifloates25;C itmberland 40Jj
Ouicksilver 55: New 5 .20s 1061 ; Old
i-icis- ; Canton 36; Mareposa 12.
Gold, after call, sold dow n to 129 ; clos
ed Hot"' ',
Qiicchanan Farm 28 ; x iereior 505; -uiansa
60; Highgate 0; Oo sanic 243; Bynd
Farm 330; Tack 220; Unite delates 16 75.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
WASHINGTON, May 9.
The evidence against Davis & Co, is
be sent to all our minisi rs abroad, together
with descriptions and jphotographs of the
fugitives. , ...
General Grant has .'-ordered tha several
corps commanders to recommend certain
meritorious officers for promotion to the
regular army. ...
Special to the Triba ne : The representa
tives of the Christian (Commission who paid
their respects to Lee have been di'smtseed
. One year soldiers are to be returned
their respective capitols and mustered
of service at once. 1
The witnesses in the. assassination case
are panic-stricken, fearine assassination
"case they give their testimony. One
them yesterday mar.e a verbal statement
to the Secretary ot War relative to
complicity oi Thompson, Banders, and
restof the Canada instigators, but positively
refused to appear before tha court unless
assured that nig name, residence and tes
timony should be suppressed, and news
paper reporters ba excluded from the court
during tha examination. This was con
ceded him, but it is believed he has
nortu tu auutper pauiv.
NEW YORK, 10.
A special to tie Times, dated Washing
ton 9tn, says the capture of Jeff- Davis is
now looked upon hj the military authori
ties as certain. In addition to the Circu
lars of his whereabout' telegraphed last
night tt is now known Ih&t Davis and the
two brigades of cavalry with him are so
completely enveloped by Stoneman, Wil
son and Urierson that escape is impassible.
The latest intelligence renders it probable
that Grierson, who commands the cavalry
under General Canbv, will succeed in cap
turing Davis in his flight acriwS Alabama.
, The .march of the homeward bound ar
Meade's head columns had hardly made
hei r grand march through the Capitol of
tfiehledom before the camp fires of Sher
nun's legions lighted up the bank of the
James. The advance cf Meade's corps
was to-day in the vicinity cf Louisa Cou-t
House. Sherman's f.Hir oorps are expected
to pass tnrough Richmond to-morrow.
Sheridan's cavalry left Petersburg yester
day to move over land to Alexandria. The
main part of the force will tome to this vi
cinity, and probably undergo reorganiza
tion at once. One brigade of cavalry will
be left at Lynchburg, another at Danville
and another at Petersburg, which will pa
trol the country, preserve order and pun
ish guerillas and outlaws.
GRAND MILITARY DISPLAY.
RICHMOND, May 8.
The streets of Bichmond were on Satur
day bust the scene of a magnincent and as
piring military pageant ot the power of
our great Republic and the valor and per
severance of its voluntary defense oorps of
the Army of the Potomac. .The 2d and
5th corps on that day enjoyed the highly
appreciated privilege of marching through
the city, tor the capture of which their
brave efforts f jr four yesri had been direct
ed, on their triamphal route to Washing
ton. . " . -
The 2d and 5lh corps were received' ia
Richmond by the 24i.n corps, and the mov
ing column presented a splendid array of
00 000 men, wboaa steady lines, faultless
marching, bright bayonets glistening in the
sun, bailie-to u ana war-stained flags, and
all the paraphernalia of a great army,
formed a spectacle not soon to be forgotten
by the bt-huldnrs. 1
It 1 expected that the march from Rich
mond to Washington will occupy about ten
or twelve days. ,
The Utralu says: The Mexican emigra
tion exuiiement increases. - The office for
enrolment is unable to accomodate the ap
plicants, and two more offices are to 10
opened. There Is a great ruh of discharg
ed army ctfijers and soldiers. , ' . .
The Mexican General Ortega is highly
delighted with the prospects. -
ll is said tne West has subscribed large
sums ol money to the enterprise, and that
'25,000 men are to be raised there, to ba
commanded by General Kosecrans. . .,, .
TO HE EXECUTED.
CINCINNATI, May 10.
DjsDabnes from Indianapolis say that
Bowles, Mulligan and Horsey, leading Sons
of Libnrty, who were convicted of treason
able conspiracy, some months since, are to
be executed ou the 13 '.h iiist. ' -
General Lee and His Photograph.
By the latest tuUaxrepbic dispatch from
Bacnmond we learn tne important fact that
General Le has had his photograph taken
in "six different attitudes, all very life
like." :We do not gather front the de
sDatch the exact charautwr of these interest
ing pictures, but presume that tbey repre
sent the ltebul leader , in tne ionowing at
titudes : '. " " "
Kirst in a meditative mood, in tha
i. ttmertoiiartesa of Uanaral S Cott. .Hare, as
, f ' r.'..' I IHk '.
rvetmr; upon bis arm, lwteuing lo tne plans
of UeneraJ tcjlt lor the first campaign
against the rebel. Second a sneaking
ni...l In UiU. leie, ha Via dotewminest
t,i become a traitor to bin country, is sneer
r,e awav fmm V aahinctun. 'inird tne
dienihed attitude re-wving his eommis-
: . , . 1 f-1..
sioa lrom J 11. un aa omio
Uubel armv. Fourth in tner enrvainc
mood permitting tho Union prisoners to
ha etarvad. It is said that ho requested
that Jeff. Davis might be included in his
picture, but his atmanoe, prevented a cmb-
piianos witn tne oenenua wibm xu.u
Submission the Kebel leader surrender
ing to General Grant. . Sixth-and last
posilioc tjenerai A.ees isn suirji
Bichmond, "cheered by the crowd, includ
inirsome officers of the Union army," as
atated in the newspapers, and at the same
time, directing the United .-States o Ulcers
to remove tne colored eenoneis irom nia
crivate mansion, aa they were quite offen
sive to him and his wilo. , '
The editor of the Ecemnd Star, of Satur
day, describtw a visit to aount Ternon,
which he prefaces by saying :.. r - i :r
We found the places in' a good state of
preservation, none of the ravages of war
naviug extended in that direction. The
scouting parties of both armies have al
ways regarded ll as neutral gromiu, am.
never vioiatea iu proumuse j wu -tility.
The agent of the Mount ernon
Association remains at the mansion, and is
a bitter secessionist, not having visited Al
exandria iuca the war, TiiWsequenceof
the necessity of taking the oath. His wife,
however, more loyal, or seas aerupuioua,
sucacribod lo tie oath, and is allowed to
come tothe city for supplies.
The house remains precisely ss is was
four years ago. I fa same taowauu mauta
book tor regietariiig tne namea w taie...
Hands in the hall, with the key to Ue
v..eh KaaUle. Dreaehtaa by utiayetus to
Washington, halting over them in its lit
lie glass case, and spotimens of wood and
minerals above tha doom. ; The agent,
with his wUe aud two ot three children oc
cupy a suit or rooinn uu m ,
and a tew nejjroes inhabit the kitchen. In
the dining-hajl are throe t,f Washington's
dining-labies, and' an old feeble-toned
harpsichord, and toe iripua anu com pane
with which their iHinsuious owner sur
veyed the wilderness of Lord Fairfax's
An Old Acquaintance of President
[Raleigh Correspondence N. Y. Herald.]
Tn rather a Dlain buildinw in- this
the present President of the United States
was born. J.na nouse was suuwu wl
hv the owner, a venerable old lady by tha
name ot Stewart. In an ecstsavycf delight
she told ma how, on returning uora ner
uddinir tour, the first news sua got was,
Pollv had a babv." Full of the lbelmirs
and enthusiasm of a young' bride, she
rushed in and kissed and hugged the baby.
Little I thought," "he exclaimed, tnat
I was caressing tne IU ure rresiuent ot tun
TTnitAd SLatt.. . .
" You. then, knew his fatber ana moan
er?" - . . . v.
Yea. sir, I know them woll; they wr
in our euipiuy mi e-a.wa . (-.
now did tnev serve vou i
Thev were nlain hard-working, honest
folks, that attended to thoir business, and
nothing more. ........
When leavrnz. tne oia laoy saia, - xitrw
I would like to see him, dear me; only it
is so far : but then he would not know me.
WaiL anvvar. I. should ' like to see
think ha would grant me one little request
I have a grandson in prison in the North,
iwhans he'd let him come home to glad
den my old heart would yo mention, it
to him, sir f . ; .. , - ,.
He may read tnis ana giauuou
, , . r..i. j.- - " '
iaoy oy aa act ot lawium-vj.
Th. WisTrital statiatka of the rebels,
fx..-. !r, RinhTsuwd. show that Lee's 1
A-ins. his haules with General Grant,
-"a . . . -L l..s
from tha Kapidan ta tna appomnsvu,
summer, were neawMiuus. vi"
tnsHreil and twantv-uve wumsuu
ui eiHee. warn killed, and vsoanaea
tbese batt les, of which the rebels lost be-
t.eAn flftv and sjxtv tnousana. wo
army never recovered from the pounding
llnst trava inem us suae kuu --
couater, . . "
THE PACIFICATION OF THE SOUTH.
THE PACIFICATION OF THE SOUTH. How it is being restored to Law and
THE PACIFICATION OF THE SOUTH. How it is being restored to Law and Order.
The work of re-occupying the terTitory
of the rebellion is going on with the ut
most rapidity, and the sentiment of tha
people seems everywhe-e favorable to tha
restoration of peace. The illustrations of
these facts are various and frequent We
copy below, those which we find in a singla
REOPENING OF RAILROADS.
General Wright is busily engaged 'in
disposing his troops to protect the Danvi'lle
and Richmond Railroad, which will be in
running order to BurkeswiUe Junction,
and thence to Biehmund, in a few days
Trains will also run regularly to G-eensboro
in a short time. Already daily trains run
at eight o'clock, a, m. for the former place,
and at forty-five minutes past nine a. h.
for the latter..- The train running to
Greensboro is principally for the accommo
dation of paroled soldiers
OCCUPATION OF N. BY
Yesterday General Wriht lent a special
train to Greensboro. On board were
Lientenant Colonel Franklin and M"j
McClellan, of .his staff, in command of s
squad of one hundred men. About thirty
hve miles distant the track bad been
damaged by General Stoneman during his .
last raid. At that point they left the train,
aad walked for some distance, when an
other train was found on the opposite sida
of the break, which conveyed them to
Greensboro, forty-eight miles from this
place. ' About midnight a dispatch was
received from Colonel Franklin, statins;
that ha had entered Greensboro shortly
alter ten o'clock last night, and that no
Union soldiers were found there.
Colonel Franklin wan directed to remain
ia eommatrat of the post until General
ffherman's advance guard entered it, when
he will return to Danville.
This morning; Lieutenant Colonel S. A.
Holman, medical director of the poet, has
gone down there to inquire into the condi
tion ef the hospitals between the two pla
ce. He was accompsniel by M.ijor S IL
Manning, Major Russell, and Captain Lav
of General rV right's staft "
GENERAL JOHNSTON AND BEAUREGARD
' Generals Johnston and Beauregard ara
both at Greensboro, and living in strict se
C'usion. The inhabitan s there, aud also all
the people residing between Danville and
GrMasboro, manifested strung Union sym
pathies, and were overcome with joy on
beholding our blue-coated soldiers.
GREENSBORO OCCUPIED BY SCHOFIELD.
' Linntenant-Colonel Franklin and Jlaior
McClellan returned here this evening from
Greensboro. General Schofleld's forces
now hold . that place, and a staff officer
from his command entered the town before
they Wu ,
A CORRESPONDENT RIDES ALONE THROUGH
Knowing that the readers of the HeraU -
would like to ascertain the present condi- :
tion of the interior of Virginia and North. '..
Carolina, I left General bneridan's head
quarters at South Boston, on the line of
the Dan river, on Saturday morning, April
29th, and after a ride of fifty-five miles,
alaua, through . the enemy's ccuntry,
reached here yesterday afternoon. In tha
course of my ride I crossed the Hyco-o-tee,
Flat, Little and Kno rivers, and parsed
through Koxboro and Mount Tirzih.
NORTH CAROLINA. IMPRESSIONS OF ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.
Thursday, April 'iTth, found us at Abbe
ville, on the Staunton river. We crossed
the river referred to by securing eleven
scows, chaining them together, and thus
making a bridge. The river at Abbeville
is 450 feet wide. The work of securing tha
scows and making the bridge was due to
the great energy of Major Young, Chief
of General Soeridan's scouts. Major
Your. 5, accompanied by half a dozen
scouts, left the army on the day previous,
April 26, and went ahead and on to Abbe
ville, where they found several scows used
for ferrying purposes. These they took,
posseesion of and poled up to Aboeviiie.
Aevaw atnrneit as
saveiai prantatirtn, and tn all ascured Ua
services of some three hundred negroes.
The citizens of the country maait-J
great kinrlneae tnwaid tliu juouts, and aided
them in petting as many scows as was ne
cesmry for the bridge; also told them
where they would had anchors, rtpas and
boards, belonging to an abandoned rebel
pontaon bridge, and even sent their ser
vants to help get the required articles.
THOSE OF A THIRD.
In conversation with them, I do not
recollect that I heard one single unkind
word ooacerning our Govern mnt TUeir
bilternee is all reserved for Jeff. Davis and
his satellites, by whom tbey feel they hava
been deprived of everything valuable be
neath the sun. It is a curious fact that, aa
unprotected as they are, liable to pillage
and robbery at any moment, tha universal
testimony is that tnings are preferable now
to what they were prior te the advance of
our armies. Then every man was unrtar a
surveillance fiom which there was no ee
capa, and invariably exercised in the mo?t
disagreeable manner. At every turn ha
was obliged to produce bis pass, showing
why he was absent from the army. In tha
market place, at church, on tha railway,
riding in his carriage, seated in bis house
everywhere he was greeted by the officials,
who could only retain their places by ex
traordinary il and efficiency in the ex- .
erc'ise of their disagreeable duties and re
quired to show good causa why he should
not be placed in the trenches and fight the
Anniversary of the Female Gods
[From the New York Herald, May 9,[...]
Tha thirty-first anniversary J-"
American Female Guardian Society
Home for tho Friendless, took place su
terday evening, at tha Methodist Ep'u.' "
pal Church, at tha corner of Fourth avm.aC
and Twenty-second street.
An abstract of the annual report was
read by Hon. E. C. Benedict The number
oi beneficiaries aided by this Society the
past year is aa follows, viz: Received aa
inmates of the Home, 8U3 ; provided with
employment, 210; children in tha five
Home Indue trial acnoois,recnivin; clotr.ir.cy
fxd, &c, 2,2s3- Total, 3,350. Number tf
applicants and needy poor who have been '
searched out by visitors, 7,350; clothing,'
&c , distributed, 10,669 pieces. Tha pub
luhiog department has issued 40,000 copies
of the Advocate and Guardian, semi
monthly, and has paid into the treasury
Lew. ninety two voutns formerly be
longing to tha Home- Circle, have been
among the volunteers In the army and
navy, ui tne on cuuaren on tne noma
register, the past year, a large number
have been children soldiers. Tne number
of adults and children in the Home, May
1, jatia, was sot. . tm ruu-ipta ui a)1- -
eisty for the year ending Decemolr31,
1864, were :il,u-o,o; ; aisbursements, :3-5-i0
tl. A branch Home has opened at
West Morristana, and provision also mada
for tha extension, and permanence of tha
Home schools, in nnisocr 7i,.iilhe w'rrt .ot
of Mr. Chauncey Rose IehSfwV
received last August, aaeswi gjft ot t;,0
uoo not incHioea in to-ew.eipU given
above) that his donations should be ap
plied for tha benefit of tha vagrant children
of tha city. ..
[From the New York Herald, May 9,[...] Matters and Things in North Carolina.
[Raleigh Cor. New York Herald.]
There are contradictory reports ar. to th.
whereabouu of General Wheeler. Y'ester
day General Johnston heard that General
Wheeler sad gone to j ua jdu. Lavu, hut
not accompanied by any of his command.
General Hood Is said to have gi ne to get
The principal hotel in Charlo.te is open
The proprietor receives nothing but gold.
. Our officers are lending money to rebel
officers to get home. General a-ilpatrick.
loaned two hundred dollars to an old class
mate who was with him at West Point
Tha rebel officers ara in a very bad way
for money, and are using every means in
their power to get greenbacks. State money
is Of little account I ive aouari was paiu
this morning at one of the hotels hero, in
North Carolina money, for a breakfast
The bedstead and it clothing pressed by j
tha dying President are to be placed in j
the Patent Office as historical relica, to grow '
mora and more valuable as years pass away.
Barnum thought to secure themtorhia show t
bat hjppUy failed,
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