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VOL. XVII. NO. 8G.
WASHINGTON. D. C, MONDAY MOItNING. MARCH 5. 1877.
The Public Ceremonies
. of Installation To-Day.
The Procession and the
jComplete Programme to be Ob
served by the Impos
The Arrival of Thousands of
Strangers In the City.
Organizations Which will Ap
pear in the Line.
How FmldtBt Hare Spent the Sabbath.
President najea rtteiTeJ many caller yes
terday, and most of his Sunday was spent m
handshaking, la the BMratag President and
Hrt. Hayes and lira. Senator Sherman attended
W-iae service t the rndryM.E. Caere, at
ter morning fjosa church tat President and all
w fajnlly reMtaed atUt residence f their host.
Senator Sherman, for the rest of Iht day. Among
the aameremj callers were many distinguished
Senators acd BepresentaUves. Senator Ulalne
called with Senator Hamlin daring the day, and
paid his respects to the new President.
0 President Grant, retiring, will to-day, with his
Umlly, become tbe guest ef Secretary rub. It
1 probable that President lit yes will immedi
ately taka possession of the Walla House.
the rcauc caaanostra
of Inauguration te-day will be Tory Imposing.
The procession will not be so large as in former
years, as the decision et the Tribunal was not
rendered soon eaoagh to allow many organisa
tions, which would gladly hare come, to make
their arrangements for the trip. Tbeeeremonies
at tha Capitol will bathe same as on former in
aagaratlons. The platform from which the hua
gmral address will b delivered was erected Sat
wrday, extending ot over the first tier of steps
leading ap t the east portico of tha Capttol.
"We reprint to-day the programme of the orfieUl
proceeolcgs at the Capitol, aad the order of tha
"precession, la which a few slight corrections hare
been made by tha Grand Slanhal.
Tba Street i Teeter-Jay,
less eoafartoa. aad tha street cars were over
loaded. The day was bcautUat. Occasionally
agntcf wind woU brlag a cloud ot dastaat
make the men hold dawn their hats, aad even
tha ladles their their overskirts. Everybody
wasgood-natared, ana It seemed like the advent
of a season of great rejokiag.
The appearance of a crowd on the s:reet,anl
tha strains of martial maslc, eeeaeloaalty noted
tkearrlsal of soma organization to participate
In the tnaagural ceremonies. Many balldingson
the arenas aad la 111 vicinity were bedecked with
tutlng , aad the whole city seemed to be la holU
day dress. All of tha hotels had flsgs and
streamers Boating from their ref. In sereral
places across the aseaae baaners aad streamers
were stretched across the street. All the princi
pal business places oa the aveaae were dressed
In a patriotic style. The decoration commute
were tmsy yesterday In supplying bunting to
residcnla aad property-owners on th avenue
who Intend t decorate, aad ta-day the areaua
wiU becoTered with bnatlog.
Tae streets yesterday, and Pennsylvania are.
nne especially, were Ailed with promeaaders and
sight-seers. The scene was like anything except
tha usual quiet of a Washington Sabbath. In
"tha morning hundreds of people made their way
to the Capitol to witness the c!oslag sceces of iho
Ferty-fourth Coegrets. All day long, and uatll
late la tha evening, the crowds kept passlag up
and down tta avenue. A great part ofthe prom,
rnadcrs were straagers la the city, who hare
cove to witness tha Inaagnratlm ceremonies.
There wen many la gay uniforms, who monopo
lised the attention of the talr sex, and the boys.
Carriages rolled ap and down tha arenae In end.
Allthetralns coving Into the city yesterday
.. itr -ar anJ wra rrawiletl with miles.
f gers. The hotels an full, and It Is difficult to get
acommodatlcns. It is estimated that twenty,
are thousand visitors hare arrived staco Satur
day. Th streets were crowded lait night, aad
most of the pevple forming the crowds were
Arrlvml of Orga Dilations.
TbeIiartranftClub,of rhllaudphta, and the
Centennial legion (Stale Fendbtes), of the fane
city, arrived last evening on the T.W train, and
were escorted threes; h the city to their head.
quarters; the Unaer organisation by the Young
Men's Republican Clab, and the latter by Com-
raey A, Washlrgton Light lafsntry.
The four orgaalsstioas marched up the avenue
together, and their appearance was the occailoa
of a spontaneous illumination along their route.
Bed lights and calcium lights were burned, and
the avenue wts brilliant for a thoct time.
rat HAKTBasrr ttra
' brought abont two hundred men in tine. uaJer
the msrshalshlp of ex-Sheriff Wo. R.Leedbt
Governor Hart ran ft and Mayor Stokty, (with
their su.tcs, came to the city under the escort of
the club, and maoy prominent cltlieusof Phlla.
tfelphla accompaaTlog them. McCling's bind
Mne with them, and will lead their line la ths
IroceMlon to- f. The headquarter of the
club is at the Rjjgs' House. To-night there will
bcadUidayof;ctcwoiks under the auspices of
the club. In front of the Elggs House, super In-
, tended by Prof Jackson, of Philadelphia.
tob stats rexriaua.
The headquarter of the State Fen: t Mil ii at
the Imperial Hotel. This company Ii considered
the finest military organisation In Pennsylvania,
tad c;ual In point of appearasee and dls.
celiac to aay in the toon try. The
Icariblts, mastering sercnty.four maskets.are
prerctt In tta city. A committee of honorary
tecubcrs, lacluding some dlstlnguEshelcitlient
rf r&IIadelpMa, accom panted them toth'a city
that the whole i-arty nnmbcrs over a hatdred
Four stan and three cvmmlssioned otnecrsao
ctmranled them to this city. The staff officers
are Captain John Uowtrs Captain Won. Dowers,
Captain Janes Liana rd and Surgeon A. P.
Blcomer. The commissioned oncers are Captain
Jt-ha V. Ryan, lint Lieutenant 11 Packard,
and Second Lieutenant Samuel J. Stewart. The
MHpaay brings three standi of colors, thj State,
National, and Champion (of Pennsylvania)
cottrf. (laartcrs have been titled up for them
la the tlirardrooa tl the hotel. Their guns and
(,)nt meots are slacked In rows In the ball, and
tbiags are arranged in good military style.
tub winaroa itciox.
The Weccacve Leglta. of philsdelphia, arrived
t a o'clock yestir lay morning at the llaltlmore
h mio depot. They were met by the Wait,
rrvon Ugtt Guird, commanded by Cap.
3!Caltran, an reril tn th ioarters nttcl
pi. tor them, at iHd ?Uf Hall. Navy Yant.
Ite w.awi-') kibt uitju uuku, uu
bill tier own band with than. Lieut. Peter
ftniis, Jr., Is In command or the Legion. This Is
thio gansatIon that tnlertalael the Wathlngton
LIgatOaard during thslr trip to rbllndelphla
last ssmmer. Ths quarter! at Odd Fillowi'llall
base feen fitted ui cflmrortably and handiamely
for their accommodation.
tiraml Army af the Itepnblle
The mernhrra of the Departments of JIarr
land and the Potomac, Grand Army of the Re
public, will parade too strong. The Maryland
men will be under Department Commander Ty
ler, and those of the Department of the Potomac
andtr Department Commander A. II. O. Rich
aidioD, with the following staffi
. K. Corson Senior V. Dept. Commander.
H. DIngm an Junior V. Dept. Commander.
U. W. Taylor Aist. Adjt.tleneral.
A. J. Gunning Aist. Qr.M.-O antral.
S. G. Merrill Aid e-de Camp.
The Prealdant'a Aids.
Colonel Fred. (Irani, U. 8. A.( and Colonel
Ames Webiter, Adjutant General, D.O. M.,have
been aiflgned by General Whipple, the Grand
Marshal, to duty as special aids to the President.
Inangnral rrayer Meeting.
In common with the Christians of a number
of other cltles.as tnnounced by telegraph, an Inau
gnral union prayer meeting was held at 4:30 p,
m. yesterday, la the Congregational Church.
Iter. Dr. Ksnktn, the pastor, led the meeting,
with Professor Blschoff at the organ. Tho body
f the church was well rilled, and earnest prayers
and addresses were madebylton. Memiri. Seelys,
Williams, Sargent, Dr. Peter Parker, Her. Drs.
Gray, Dormer, and others. Petitions were offered
lor Presidents Grant and Hayes, and other mem
hers of the Government, ant that tho new lreil
dent might be guided by Dlvlno wisdom in the
selection ol his Cabinet, and thanks were rendered
for the peacelul solution of the Preitdentltl con
teit, which was aicrlbed to the Interposition of
During-tho progrcis of the procession, and
while passing Four-and-abalf strcotbe chimes
of the Metropolitan Church will ringoutmorrlly.
Professor Widdows has arranged a programme
cxsistlnar of national and other melodies. The
chimes will also be played w lie tho torchlight
procession ts In progress. In the evening.
Order vl the Frocemtloii To-day.
The Grand Marital, General Whipple, under
Instructions of the Parade Committee on Inaug
uration Ceremonies, has arranged the procession
lor to-day as follows:
Adjutant i Oeneral and Aids to the Grand
ErevetMaJorOeneralW.il. French commanding.
Band of the sd U. s. Artillery.
Battalion of V. s. Artillery, (1st, 21 and 3d
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Charles Hey wood
Battalion or U. S. Marine.
Colonel Robert I. Fleming commanding.
Washington Light Infantry Corps,
14th Pennsylvania Regiment.
Washington L'ght Guards.
1st Battalion District of Columbia.
President and ex.Prcildent.
The Vice President Elect and Suite.
Commissioners of the District of Columbia.
Colonel Timothy Labey, Deputy Grand Marshal,
Aids F. A. Starring, s. S. 11 under, H, J. Rams
Ramsdell, K. P. Brooks, James R.Young, Thorn,
as M. Shepherd, William P. Copeland, J. K.
Thompson, C. C. Adams, A. K. Mtchler, W.
s. uoose, james c wango, J. u. Tanner, J. p.
Murray. H. 1. Cuihlng.
x-Presidents and Vice President of the United
Supreme Court of tho United States.
Ciurt ol Claims of the United States and US
Supreme Court of the District ol Columbia and
Senators, Senator elect, and ox-Senators.
Members of the House ui Representatives, Mem
bers elect, and ex-Members.
Hayes and Wheeler Electors.
Board or Commissioners Metropolitan Police.
Board of Health, District or Columbia.
Governors of States and Territories.
Heads of Bureaus of tho Executive Departments.
Officers of the Army, Navy, and Marine Ourpd.
Marshal, Arthur Shepherd.
Aids i E. U. Townsend, Charles l'ethum, Irwin
Mulllcan, Clarence M.Uartea,George W. Evans,
aw. Cunningham, W.S. Cowan, Wm.ll. Uof-
fenand, J. B. Dunning, Wm. El wood Rowan,
Young Men's Republican Club of the District of
Hartranrt Club or Philadelphia.
National Veteran Club.
Grand Army of tho Republic.
German Rapubllcan Club, D. C.
Pamonkey Republican Club of Maryland.
Republican Organizations of the District or Co
lumbia. SIXTH DIVISION.
Cspt, P. II. Eaton, Marshal.
Aids: Harry A. Cobaugh, J. C. Burnett, U. C.
Kill. H. S. Pike, J. S. Patterson, F. 1). Stephen.
son,M. E.N. Howell, George S. Fisher.
Ohio Male Association and cltlseus irom tho
Mate or Ohio.
New York State Association and cltlicns from
the State of New Yi tt.
Fennsylvanla State Association.
Iowa State Association.
Michigan State Association.
Central Association of States.
Star Pioneer Club of Washington, D. C.
Martik Crosin, Marshal.
Fire Department ol the District of Columbia,
The foregoing comprise all organisations that
have notified the Parade Commlttco that they will
attend Any other bodies that may wish to take
part In the procession will bo assigned to posl.
tlons on reporting to the Graed Marshal, at his
headquarters, at the Washington Club, 11.9 New
The first four divisions (etcepting the mounted
battery, which will be In column) will lor in along
the north side of Pennsylvania atcnue, racing
southward, under the direction of their respec
t ve commanding officers or marshals, follows:
First Division. Ihe'rlght resting on Washing.
ton Circle, tho left, retired, ir necessary, on
Second revision. The right resting on Twenty,
first street, the left, retired, if necessary, on
Twentieth street, marching to Us position via
Thirteenth, I, and Twentieth streets.
Third Division. The right resting on Twen
tieth street, and left retired on Nineteenth street,
marcbleg to its ioiltlon via Fourteenth and I
Fourth Division. The rlht resting on Nine
teenth street, and left retired on Eighteenth
street, marching to Its position via Pennsylvania
Fifth Division. The right resting on tho left of
the fourth division.
Mxth Division. The right resting on the left
ol the fifth division.
Seventh Division (Fire Department). The
right resting oa Eighteenth and lelt retired on
Organisations arriving late will form on Lou.
lslana avenue, tho rlht resting on Seventh
street, when position will be assigned them.
The procession will move towards the Capitol
at V i iiV'.ck i foiiely. nt which time l'cnnsjrl.
vniaavfnnp will ho rlrrd fnmi Washington
.Uv tlMid iw the Ctipitvl.
TUB CIVIC rR0CX5810.
The Marshals and Aids of the clvM procession
will all report to tho Deputy Grand Marsh.il at
the headquarters Young Men's Republican Clab,
1231 Pcnnsjrlvanlaavecue on Monday morning at
8 o'clock $harp,
Order of Marcli. ,
The order or march for tho troops , cm tho
Circle to tbe Capitol wilt be in columns of com
panics for the foot Artillery and Infantry of soc
lions for the mounted Artillery, and r platoons
for the Cavalry, all at full distance. Ifanyob
structlon renders a reduction or front necessary,
such reduction will bo made by breaktng onoor
more sets of fours to the rear, to bo brought btck
into line as soon as snch obstruction Is passed.
On approaching the east front of ths Capitol,
when abont half way up the acclivity, columns
of companies wilt be changed by each Infantry,
foot Artillery, and Cavalry organisation to
columns of fours, and the mounted Artillery will
change from column of sections to column of
The Infantry, foot Artillery, and Cavatry will
filo Into the open space beforo tbe east front of
tbe Capitol, and will be arranged by the Aids to
the Grand Marshal In parallel lines of battalion
In lire of battle, the lines massed upon each
Light Battery "A," 3d Artillery, will como
Into battery on tbe open rpace north of tha Capi
tol, where tbe battery will await the orders of the
Grand Marshal for firing a national salute ol
The drio portion of the procession will bo
massed by tho Deputy Grand Marshal In rear of
Ontheconolaslonef the Inauguril ceremonies
at tbe Capitol, (which will be Indicated by tho
firing of the national salute), tbe procession will
be put In march via tho north or the Capitol and
Pennsylvania avenue, to escort the President
back to the Exceutlvo Mansion In tho same order
In which It marched to the Capitol,
Alter the several column shall have arrived At
Eighteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue they
will be considered as dismissed, and each organi
sation will bo marched to Its quarters by Its own
The rests of all Marshals, when Iho procession
Is in march will be at the heads of their dirts
l(j:rt an of all Aids wo pac s 'n roar of their
CI efi In one rank II numbering ten or ten, n
two inks ir numbering more than ten.
MARSHALS' DlStaif ATIOM8.
Ihe Grand Marshal will weir his uniform of
Mnjcr Oeneral, with sash at General Officer of
the Day, with rosette of red, whlto and blue on
tbe left breast.
The Deputy Orand Marshal will wear rosette
of red, white and blue oa the left breast, with
Tbe Marshals of Divisions will wear white
rosettes on left breast, with the unirorm of their
grade. If officers; if cltlseus, plain black suit, with
silk hat and blue lath.
Aids to the Grand Marshal will wear red
rosette on their left breast, with uniform of their
rank If officers; lrclrlllans, plain black suit, silk
bat and white rasb.
Aids to tbe Deputy Grand Marshal will wear a
r( sette of red, white and blue on lea breast, with
Aids to Marshals or Divisions will wear light
blue rosette on left breast, with the uniform or
their rank, ir officers; lrclrlllans, plain black suit,
silk hat and blue sash.
Tbe following-named gentlemen are appointed
oi tbe stalTofthe Grand Marshal:
Adjutants O intra I. Brevet Brlsadler General
Thomas M. Vincent, Brevet Brigadier General
L. II. Pclouie,
Aids. Brevet Colonel J, C. Conrad, 2d In fan
try; Colonel Amos Webster, Major J. S. Tobias,
A. D. C.i Lieutenant Colonel F. D. Grant, A. D.
O., U. S. A.t Lieutenant H. G. O. Colby, U. S.
N.I Brevet Major J. C. Breckinridge, U. 8. A.t
Major A, Lowden Snowden, 2d Lieutenant Wil
liam F. Zellln, U. S. M. d Matthew Trimble,
1st Lieutenant II. H. 0. Dunwoody, 4th U. S.
Artillery; Brevet Captain J. Q. Adams, 1st Cav
alry; Major M, Emmet Urell, Major E. II. But
ler, Lieutenant E, H. Totten, 1st Artillery, L. S.
Emery, Vt.j Colonel A. H. Olrard, S.O.j Colonel
E. C. Ford, Ohio; Major Shaw, Pa.; A. II. Shat
tncK, Mass.; Col. James R. O'Delrne; T. D. Sto
Aides to the Grand Marshal will report at
headquarters, now New York avenue, at u.U a. m.
The Ceremonies at the Capitol.
The Committee of Senators appointed to ar
range for the ceremonies of Inauguration to-day
have adopted the following programme:
Tbe doors of the Senate Chamber will be
opened at 11 o'clock a.m., for the admission ol
Senators, and others, who, by tbe arrangement
of the committee, are entitled to admission as
Ex-Presidents and Vice-Presidents.
The Chief Justice and Associate Justices ef the
Tho Diplomatic Corps, heads ef departmeats,
ex members or either branch or Congress, and
members or Congress-elect.
Officers or the army and navy, who by name
have received the thanks orcongresj.
Governors and ex-Governors of States, and
Commissioners of the District of Colombia.
The gallery Iramcdfately at the left of the Dip.
lomatlo gallery will be reserved for Assistant
Secretaries or Departments, and the Assistant
Postmaster-General, the Assistant Attorneys
General, end the Judge Advocate General;
heads of bureaus of War and Navy Departments;
the omptrollers, uuitors and Register of the
Treasury; the Solicitors of the several Depart,
ments; Treasurer, Commissioners, Judges of the
Federat Courts, and the Supreme Courts of the
sereral states. Cards, securing admission for
theito gentlemen to the building and the gallery
reserved for their occupancy, will be furnished
by the Sergeants at-Arms,
The Diplomatic gallery will be reserved for the
f ml lies of tbe Diplomatic Corps.
The families of the President aad Vlce-Presl-dent-elect,
and uT ex-I'resldonts and Vice-Presidents
will occupy seats directly to the right of
the Diplomatic gallery.
All tbe foregoing will enter at the east door of
the Senate win g of tho Capitol un the lower
Tbe other galleries, with the exception ol the
Report cis' gallery, will be thrown open to ticket
holders, who will eater tho Capitol by tbe bronze
doors of tho Senate wing and the north door or
tbe Senate wing, which will be opened at 11
Seats wilt be placed In front ol the Secretary's
table for the President of tbe United States and
tbe late President, and on their left for tbe Com
mittee of Arrangements, Ex.Presldeats, and
Vice-Presidents, the Chief Justice and Associate
Justices of the Supreme Court, will have scats on
the right orthe Chair.
The Diplomatic Corps wilt occupy seats on the
right or the Chair, next to the Supreme Court.
Heads of Departments will occupy seats on tho
left of the Chair.
Officers of the Army and Navy who, by name
have received the thanks of Congress, Gover
oors and ex-Governors of States, will occupy
feats on tho right of the main entrance.
Ex-members of the House and members-elect
will enter tbe Senate Chamber by the main en
trance, and will occupy seats on the right of the
Chair, In rear of the Diplomatic Corps.
The rotunda will be closed, and tho passages
leading thereto kept clear.
The other doors and the entrances to the
Capitol, except those tobe opened under this ar
rangement, will be kept closed.
At 11 o'clock the President and the late Presi
dent, accompanied by two members ol the Com
mltteeof Arrangements, will proceed In a oar
risge to the east door of the north wing of the
Capitol, and entering there, proceed to the Presi
The Vice-President-elect will be accompantod
to the Capitol by a member of the Committee at
Arrangements, and conducted to e Vice-President's
room, and, afterward. Into tbe Senate
Chamber, where the oath orotflco will be admin.
Mered to him by the Vice-President.
The Diplomatic Corps wilt assemble In tbe mar-Hereon-,
an 1 thence proceed In a body to the
Tho Diplomatic Corps and the Justices of the
Supi erne Court will enter the Senate Chamber a
f irlnutca before the President.
Ti e bC'&to HI neceinble at 12 o'clock.
Tb alf belnir rady lor l eceptlon, the
PlOiueut aidllwiaW PiesUeuv wi.l b .Ulro
dneedby the Committee of Arrangements to the
seats prepareJ for them In tho Senate chiWicr,
A Iter completing the omanlsntlon of tho Senate,
those assembled In the Cbnmhr will proceello
tbe rdiUorm en tbe central portico of the Unfltol
In the following order
The Marshal if the Supreme Court.
Ev.Prttldcnts and ev.Vlce-Presldonts.
The Snpreme Court of the United States.
Tho SergenntatArms of the Senate.
The Committee or Arrangements.
The President of tbe United States nnJ tho
la el'resh'cnt. I
The Vice-President and the Secretary or tho '
The members or the Senate,
The Dlplomatlo Corrs.
Bx-mctnbers of the Hmito of RepreientfiUrc
and tnembers-eleetof tho Forty-fifth Congress
Governors or States.
And ether persons who hare been almlttod to
the floor of the Senate Chamber, an I to the r'o '
served seals at the left of tho Diplomatic gal.
On reaching the portico, tho President and tun
late President will take the seats provided for
them on tbe front of the platform, the Cjlef
Justice ot'tho Supreme Court on their right,
and the Hergflant-atArms of the Senate on their
The Committee of Arrangements will occupy a
position In tbe rear or Iho President and the late '
Next In tho rear of these, ox-Prcsldents and
V ice-Pmkl cute, an-1 Associate Justices of the '
Supreme Court, will oecupy the seats on the left, i
" im ucriiiiucni, nvvroinry, ami mcmCrS
of the Benato those on the right.
The Dlplomatlo Corps will occupy the scats
next In tho rear of the supreme Court, Heals of
Departmen's, Governors and ex-Governors of
States, ex-members of the Senate, ex-membsrs
and members-elector the House of Represent,
tlves, In the rear or the numbers of tin Senate,
Such other persons as are Included in the pro
ceding arrangements will occupy the steps ard
the residue of I ho portico.
All being In readiness, tho President will de
liver bis Inaugural address.
On the conclusion of theso ceremonies the
members of the Senate, preceded by the Ser
geant at-Arms, Vice-President, and Secretary.
will return to the Senate Chamber, and the
President, accompanied by tbe Committee of Ar
rangements, will proceed to the Presl lent's
bouse. The Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate Is
charged with tbe elocution of these arrange-
All horses and carriages, except those used In
conveying persons to the east door of the north
wing of the Capitol, will be eicluded from the
Should the weather prove unfavorable, tbe cer
emony will take place In the Senate Chamber.
Jcstin H. Morrill,
Tim. O. How,
Thos. C. McCrbkry,
Committee of Arrangements.
XACJL Vlt.iXnLJZIVS HLUE it o oic
Id the colums of tho Metropolitan, a paper
published In connection with tbe festival of the
Metropolitan Church, now la progress at Lin.
coin Hall, the following compliment to a deserr
log officer ofthe Government Is bestowed:
Before tbe present Secretary or the Interior oo.
eupled bis Cabinet position the Government pa
tronageoftbe Department wai divided accord
ing to tbe strength of those who believed In adl
vUion of the "spoils." Now Mr. Chandler Is not
only an honest man, but betakes great delight
in seeing the scales of Justice balance, as soon as
be became firmly fixed on the throne he called
for tbe books of the Interior, and for th
first time In tbe history or the Government tbexj
man, who had the ability to bring order out or
chaos, and t he noldness and decision or character
to make any change which. In bis opinion, would
benefit thai part or the Government machinery
which bad been placed In bis charge. He saw
that some attemptshad been tried by his lllus
trlousnredeccssors to assign tbe patronage ef tbe
Department according to the appolatment or the
dlilcrent States, but none bad been able to carry
this most laudable proposition Into successful exe
cution. But Mr. Chandler called for anew, clean
book, which happened, by tbe way, to barea blue
cover, and this accounts for tbe name.
"That," said tbe Secretary, "I call my 'Blue,
book, and It Is the most userul thing of the kind
you ever saw. It saves time In talking."
If opened we see recorded every State and Ter
rltory, besides tbe District of Columbia, with tbe
name of every person appointed, from the high
est to the lowest, accompanied by tbe names or
those by whom recommended, and the locality to
which they are assigned. The most powerful
State can have Its mathematical share, but no
more. When a Congressman, or any other per
son, asks roraelerkship.tbeBlue-bookis brought
lortb. and the locality to walch the new.eomr is
expected to arrive Is lound. "The quota Is tilled,1
says Mr. Chandler; "which man shall I remove 1
1 have no right to employ aoother man from your
State unless I pay him out ef my own pocket. I
want to oblige you, but what am 1 to do T'"
While the Congressman la studjlng bow to
overcome the situation, Mr. Chandler manages to
get Id bis Idea of civil-service reform :
"W hen a man goes into the Cabinet he makes
h'msetr, In a great measure, responsible for all
that goes on in his Department. He has not only
to answer to the President, but to the whole
country. He has a small kingdom to gorern.aod
he should have the undisputed right to bring his
picked corps of assistants to take possession ol
the dlflerent bureaus at the moment he finds him.
self In power. For seir protection these will be
chosen with an eyetotbelr Integrity and fitness
for the place. No danger or crippling the ser
vice, for the chief clerks will hold over and know
all abut tlio usual routine or work. The rank
and file ol the clerks should hold their place
through the dlflerent administrations, the same
as the soldiers or sailors, and not be discharged
exeept for incompetency or dereliction of duty.
This is the way to do business successfully Iu
frivate lite, then wby should It not be applied
o tbe publlo service? When the charge is
brought that rotation should take place to
prevent an exclusive class, and because all have
a natural right to the public crib, the same argu
ment might be applied to the army and navy, and
ir brought into use would defeat the strength of
the Government and destroy the very purpose for
which it was created, tbe Government is made
tor the benefit of the masses, and not for a band,
ful or officials. An aristocracy founded on a line
cr small clerkships would be Just about as rormt.
dableas tbe dry-weatLer marines down at the
nary-yard. No Cabinet officer sbould be bullied
and annoyed abont the appointments of those Itn.
mediately under him, and lor who.e acts he alone
When a person leaves tbe pretence of Secretary
Chandler he has a new idea ot civil service, and
when he sees t bo faithful manner In which Mr.
Chandler adheres tu the impartial good sense and
Justice which he has laid down In bis Blue-book,
one la forced to accord to him tbe highest rank
as a Cabinet officer and an honest man. In the
faceot every accusation brought against him as
Memoir of A . T. Stewart.
Judge William W. Campbell, formerly on
the bench In this city, but for many years past
living at his country-seat In Cherry Valley, gives
tbe following pleasant account or tbo manner In
which the late Alexander 1 Stowart was Invited
to become Secretary or tbe Treasury. He saji:
"1 dined with Mr. Stewart In company with Gen.
Oram on the day when the Invitation to become
Secretary ot tbe Treasury was given personally
to him. As we passed from the parlor to tbe
dining-room ho pressed my hand, saying onlr, 'It
litscomo.' Alter General Grant left, Mr, Mew.
arttpenedtbe subject, saying that though the
luritntlon had been kindly and earnestlr given,
he could not i-osilbly accept that bis business
was soextensire heruuld not well leave It; and
hksldes, he bad no political experience, and while
ho might be able to manatee- tho financial depart
ment, he would not he able to meet the political
wlsiifsof tho Republican jurty. After hours of
earnest dlscusslunlt whs finally agreed tint If
Bunerolt lavls, who had expressed a wish to bo
Assistant Secrutary of State (which office he ob
tained and nldy hlfed). could be Induced to tako
tbe place ol his assistant in tbe Treasury, ho
would accept." Alter it wis discovered that on
old statvte forbndo bis holJlng the office, Mr.
Stewart said to the Judge tbat ia his Judgment
the course be offered to taka with bis meroautllo
business would have been a substantial com.
plianco with the law; that he had carefully
matured a system In-his mind lor carrying on the
department, and added, "I would bate taken the
oath of office."
NleholU vn, Packard.
Ntw Orleans, March 3. It la evident that
the Mcholls parly Intend to in tltute summary
legal uctlon to-day to tet tbe government iue-
Auuther Broken Iimirauca Company.
Bexhih, Me., March 4. Tho Bangor l'lre
Jimtrame Cnuipauy. hiitlrw Inn1 'I' d tb tin pi ml
l uuiroiluiiie blri -s, if I ni H- ntUi .
Ji ' i-i, n' ) lliu U ri.oi Co.ttp.iii) ton
lltUXK Its oii;k,
HiLir n.ts m:i:.v nKTi:ttvtxi:i9
VIOX Jll i'J;IMIIU:XT .IFJ.W.
An Outline of Ills rlty A Southern Detnn-
rrnt to Iw Tendered Cabinet Position
Jmlklom Select ion a for the Other Plncci,
The following despatch was tclcgrapael
lsst evening tv the correspondent of the
Philadelphia , Mr. Kilra t
since tho art ' f President Hayes In tho city,
ho has had scan'.', ft moments rcplte from the
curtesies nnd em cratulatlons or his friends, or
the annoyance frimthe herd of seekers after
tfT.rc, Thlsmorniu ? In company with Mrs. Hayes,
Mrs. Sherman nnd Senator Sherman, tho Presl.
dent attended Ilptj lany Episcopal Church. Tho
rest of the day th President has boon closeted
rncEtof tho time with those whom he has Invited
Into his conference, nnd with whom he has do
sired to confer In regard to tbe making up of his
It Is understood that the President fully appre
ciates the necessity of an adjustment of diverse
elements which exist wltbln the ranks or tho
Iltiubllcan party, so that ho will make this a
prcralncnt tcaturo in tho organisation of hta
Cabinet, (rather than to choose Its members by
recognition of Biographical divisions. It; Is also
Intimated that Iho Picstdeot will direct the main
efforts to the Southern question, In the hopes that
ho may affect a solution ol that perplovlng sub
ject, and Ills with this view that ho has ex
pressed a de tiro to have a repre
eenlftilon frrm tho South in hU Cabinet
Tbe following may belated as tha principal
motives and considerations which will Influence
thoPicsldenttn the organisation ol his Cabinet.
Tho portfolio of the Department of State has
been tendered to William M. Evartr, though It
has not, and possibly will not, bo accepted by
htm. Mr Evorts represents tho better element
In the politics of New York, and, at the same
time, has the tut port of the people.
In the selection of Senator Sherman for the
Secretaryship of the Treasury, the President
had In mind the designation of a person
whose financial views wore well understood by
the whole country, and who would represent and
put In execution the policy of tho Administration,
which will favor an early resumption of spoele
payments. All this will bo accomplished In tbe
cholco ol Senator Sherman, and will carry out
the wishes of the President tobe relieved of lin
mediato supervision. Senator Sherman's long
experience at the head of the Senate Finance
Committee also give him eminent qualification
for the post.
In regard to the War Department eevera
gentlemen have been considered in this connec
tion, but no conclusion has been reached. It Is
ascertained, however, In a very direct manner
tbat neither Secretary Cameron nor Gen. Logan
will be appointed. Much pressure has been
nrooghtto bear from rennsyirama in ma in
terest or Mr. Cameron. Yesterday a delegation
of members and members-elect from Pennsyl
vania, called upon the President, and through
JuJge Kelly, their spokesman, presented the
name or the present incumbent. The President
listened respectfully, and simply replied that he
would give tbe subject consideration. It was
state d to-day that for the present Pennsylvania
will have no representation In tho Cabinet, but
sbould at any future time there be a vacancy, and
the choice should rait upon Pennsylvania, It will
be a person who will bear rather than Increase
tbe dissensions In the party In that State. Oa
the question of the naval portfolio, the same un
certainty exists. It Is Intimated that Senator
Blaine, the most formidable competitor for Presl.
dentlal honors, will still haiethe naming of a
suitable person far this post. Representative
Hale, ofMalnc, has positively declined. It now
rests with Secretary Morrill or Representatlrj
For the Inteilor Department ex Senato
Shurs has teen determined upon. He would
naturally be suggested for the War Department,
but owing to soaie dinerences between himself
and Oeneral Sherman, growing out of the late
war. his appointment there was not entertained.
His appointment was solely dictated by a deslro
to recognise the Literal element In the Republt.
can party. The organisation of this department
Is such that Its duties are mostly or an appelate
character, and It Is thought will meet the pecu
liar capabilities or this gentleman.
For one place In the Cabinet the President has
decided to select a Democrat from the South, who
now Is a Representative, and at the same time
Liberal. Three names were taken Into considera
tion In this connection, that of Oeneral Joseph E.
Johnson, Gilbert C. Walker, of Virginia, and
Daiid M. Key, or Tennessee. As to tho selection
Ben. Hill, of Georgia, who leads the best elcmont
or Southern politics, was conferred with. There
Is an objection to Governor Walker In the fact
that be Is not a native of tbe South. General
Johnson, It can be stated, is the first choice,
and If he will accept be will be tendered
the Postofflce Department. The Attorney-Gen-eralsblp,
according to the present Intentions, will
be given to Representatho McCrary.
Tho President stated to-day that he would not be
ready to announce his Oibinct to the Senate be.
fore Tuesday, and possibly Wednesday; that It
might be possible that one or two members or the
present Cabinet might remain for a few days
longer, In order to allow more time to confer with
the parties designed for thoso places. It Is cer
tain, however, that none will remain perma
nently, unless it he Morrill. His health, how
ever, would preclude tho performance of his du
ties for ronic time.
Charlie Murray, ef the !outd llciid t'M, Wla
Major J, J, Uphain, UiiludUtites Army, la at the
Hon. Carl schur was reinsured yertcrday at tbo
AH ins Ion.
Clark llalc Jiu. of New York, is ttopplug at the
Col. J, Hcott Btcwurt, of Cillfornli, is a gucktat
the A Hin jrt on.
C 11. Lnltuc, of Chicago, I anion the latett ar
rivals at the Arllngtou.
Mn. fcamutl alright, of Kngland, has returned to
her quarters at the Arlington.
(Jcneral Chet'er A, Art bur, collector Port of
New York, has a suite of rooms at the Arlington.
IUberi U. Unburn, the Washington carriage
bolldtr. Is stopping at tbeUrand Nallenal llutet,
Mrbirs. James McConutll, of the Phlladtlohla
M'frHolteitA, WcJsti, ofthe Philadelphia Day,
and John Dunn, publisher of the Philadelphia
((, are In town to woik up the inauguration
cennionUs for their respective Journals, Thev are
wcll-kaonn Journalists and excellent companion.
Mr. McCoiiatll wa formerly on the Washington
stan of tho hew York TrCmut,
IIioiiij W, Joues. New York: J, 1. llurd, post
nin.ttr, Clutur, Pinnjhnnlai M.'f, Daildon,
Ntw Voiki A. E. Kltlnntrlck, XewYorkiJ.lt.
A mutton? liOiiUllle;V,ltobl)liii.Bufl4lot Ueorao
. Cloud. iMward II. Cloud, Philadelphia! I. D,
Ttltod, NtwYork. J. It. Hone. Urookljiu l. E.
flalltr, HutUI"; J. C. tllcnney. Cuflulo; 0,S.Co!i
K. li.MHU, P. 1, Klngobtir), Auillii I.uttirop,
Corning, Niw York; II. N.fcUy. Henry vf. Far
rar, l litcaoo; Jamva T. WIIUhiiihoj, New York(
ii. P. CluiTiolii), Illlnulf, and William Wilkliuon,
Svw York, are among thi urrlialsat ttm Arllugtui'.
JohiiA.Totteii. John W, (Im-.ter, N. II. Ur
ittutm, Jiney till i P. al. ll"er, Tlionui tV.
Ililmbold. I'MlaCtli'hlat Hurlm II. UOU K
Malt', N. Y.t I.'. iUM, Niu)itI1Ii, Tvlin I J. II,
PpLik. DrMnt, Pa.t J. . Uudg. Uoiloat Humiiel
Tiioiinon. .lolin rli. William Nell, l:im Mun
ihil, Ii. I.. I'arpentir. .loliuC. Hnutir, It, T. Con--(,
It. W.Tonnev. Tlmnaa l!nr, .1, W. Al,
Iwiir, W. . Warmr K--.uk tl Tut lor, W. K.
luny. Jr.. tlio. kilvr, W. K, Hum,
I.. VT. Moore, t, Kio), Wm. Drink
ho tin;, .lolin T. otinr, (Jco. W, lliwtlt,
W. IT. Itorhe, II. J, Camiitirll, W. K. Curry, Br
-loli ii J. llrottt, John II. Clay. 8. . Magi-. C. St.
llaiiinieiid. .laiit(sK, lt)der, Krcrt. K, urafl. Cap
tain Joliu liyan. j.ltuienaut C, Packer, Lieut n
aittB. J, ntfrwirt, Cnptr.lu.lobn Hour, Captain '
l.iunartl, Cupula Vim, slower. turjon A, P.
Illooiiur, omfi'ut liundnamiD, PhilaiRlpHla htate
Ituctl'lf-.; -' A.Milcatf. ftlKdlng. J. H. Urutt,
IlitnoUtll. F. hum. Vlrglulat W. .1. Uamlnr,
MUsouiliC b. tlltf, U. J, llocki, HniiLlord,
CimufctkMltiind V. t , H.ipf., Philadelphia, rig
lt red at the lir-l" rUl Tfiieruar,
Ytliolctnln Demeiy u luutltls In Kansas,
Four I.EiF.NiioitTi!, Kan,, March 5. A
utioli.ulc "Itllurj of (.outlets 1'ioui tlic Dnlttd
Mitra iiillihiry piUon was in ulu jcttenUy, ebon
Hli).nit or tin htmattt Ixliur lllx-ntted. 'two
Muthilr I nit tl I iitl.riilt. lui rt linn I w wir
U.iUikUU It tin viKi lu ll'- lUttUl. tC.Utol
tii: rifi:nni:.su.u, o.ttu,
AtlmlnUlcretl by the ChlerJttMlee to Mr. '
llnyee on Saturday Ktenlng l.nit -None
l'rrsrnt but the Official Ins Part lea Iniitz '
nnd MrHerloiiaSlleiire. '
It was tbo cen oral belief tbat
Hayes would take tho oalh of ofJloe yeterday,
and the llEri'nLicAiv so announced it. Later hi I
tho day, lowerer, the reports regarding tho '
sweorIng;-ln were so eoefllctlnff, and those who I
under ordinary circumstances were supposed to i
know all about It, were somysterlously reticent on
the subject, that It was with tho greatest difficulty I
any Information whatever could boohlalne-1. Hy
perrlstent endeavors, however, the KsrrnLtcAx
gleaned such points as It could from hurried In.
tervlews, and Issued an Extra, stating that, In
view of all the facts learned. It was reasonable to
suppose ?Ir. Hayes had been sworn Inonyeitcr
day. Desiring to obtain icmethlog more den
nlte concerning the matter, an attache or
this paper called last evening upon
Chler Justice Walte, and Inquired as to tho facts
of tl cease. The Chief Justice replied that on ac
count ofTne peculiar circumstances under which he
was placed, he would prefer to dlvulgo nothing
concerning the matter. In tbe opinion of the re
porter, tbe remark of tho Uhlef Justice
clearly Indicated that the oath had been
administered. The reporter then
CALLED l VoN mrslDENT ItAYK,
and begged leave to ntk the simple qucFtlon ns to
whether the oath was tekon yesterday or
not, to which tho President replied, "Tito oath
was not taken to-day, sir." Without appearing
Impertinent by making further Inquiries, the re
porter Immediately lea for the White House, and
found tho following true tacts:
After talking tver the matter with a number of
ui friends on Saturday last, Mr. Hayes dec Jed tu
allow to Interregnum whatever to occur In tbo
oUtee ofthe Presidency, and prudentUlly deter
mined to tako tbe oath of office at once.
Accordingly, about o'clock Saturday evening,
Just before the farewell social dinner at the Whlto
Hczse, Mr. Hayes and Chief Justice Wallo
quietly withdrew from the party and retired to
the Red Room, where the oath of office waj then
administered In the presence or no one but them
selves. The distinguished pair then returned to
the company, and everytblngpassed off smoothly
without any reference to this last procedure.
Why so much secrecy shoulJ have been ob.
served Is perplexing In the extreme. If the oath
had not been taken, and tbe olficeof Pretlient
was vacant, at least so far as a (Teste J tho execu
tion of an act, then there might have been some
excuse for throwing
TUB 8HADX Or MTBTERT
around the matter. Dot as It was, Mr.
Hayes bad been iworn In, and there was no
possible way of raising tbe slightest objection,
technical or otherwise. However, as Chief
Justice Walte remarked, "Without fully eppre.
elating the occasion of so much secrecy, we must
believe It was all for a good purpose."
MSXOJt CAPITAL TOI'TCS,
COSFIKUATIONS BY THE SENATE. ThO
ftuatr, laKxtcuUie Hetilon yesterday morning,
confirmed the nomination of Iter, John N, Jack
im to bo Post Chaplain, and Alexander 11. Paxtoa
to Ik Second Lieutenant,
Redemption of Fi ve-Twknt y Bonds
Astlitant Secretary of tbe Treasury Coaant, In
glvm notice that tho principal and accrued Interest
(rtheboiidiknonaaflvetenty bondt.of the act
of March 3, lEiu, dated November 3, io$ will be
paid at ilieTrtaiiiry of the United i later, on and
aflcr llieZSthdsyofM ay, 1S77, and Interest on the
bonds will crate on thatdav
A VntY Silly Address, Mr. Frank
Hurd, a Democratic Congreisiiian from OUl. has
attrmpted to karmonlc the argument! of tbe dlffcr
int Democratic lawyers lforo tae Electoral C'oiu
mlitlon, and having secured tho endorsement of
the Democratic caucus and Mr. A. 8, Hewitt's
committee, bas sent It out at an allresi to the
American people. It Is a terribly lougaoiir, and
contains no new Ideas.
The Ait my Appropriation Dim.--
During the consideration, In conftrencc, of the
Anny Apnroprlatlou bill, tieurrat W. T. Htitrinau
aaprcMnt ly Invitation, lud IUtenedcr) atUn
thely to the debates thcrtunon. Tlic Ucuiral re
garded the Iloiio amendmentas anenrroichment
upon the rouitltntlonal prerogative of the Prctl
dent, aud no expressed hlinsilf. Insisting Hut the
honor ami Integrity of the Executive should bo tin
Impeached. Ueneral Uhi rman 'hlnki that the fi 11
uro to pass the Appropriation bill will work no
drtrlmcntlothe ariuv, as the aunroprlatlon for the
present Orcal )ear will last till June aoth, anl
thlnka that In the meaunhlle, someUma In liny, an
extra mi1ou or Congress n 111 In all proujbltUy tie
Special Announcement. Colonel
Timothy Lubey has addressed the following or.
der to the various marshals: Dy direction oT
tbe Chief Marshal tbe head of the column will
move at precisely 10 o'clock a. m. It will be
positively necessary to move the respective organi
sations from their headquarters In your division
not later than S 4ft a. in., so as to reach the points
designated In the programme published la this
morning's paper. Your division mult be ready
to move Into the main line not later than P;tO
o'clock. Special attention must be given to the
above programme, In order that no delay on our
part will prevent the line Irom moving at the
The Last Official Acts op President
tla int. Among the latofilclal act performed iy
the Pri'hldtnt at the Executive Mansion yester
day, waa thchlgnlngof the lolloping acts of Con
grvsai To remoe the political !iibllltltof tin
follow iiit-nuiurd griitlemi n i W. F. Cairlngton, of
Vi.tWiu. Bntler. of S.O.t W. C. (latllii, if Ark.t
H.P.Moor, of u.t D. H. 1I1U, or N. C.t M. L,
llonhani,of e C.t JoliuS,SIurinadiikr,nf La.t John
L, M. Curry, of Ya.t Cati-iby A. It. Jones, of AU.t
Wailcll.t.lblii, f. t .t Wv. K, .loaes. or Terns
and Lloyd J, Ileal), or Va. AUo tbe following)
An art gianilng to the city of Steven Polat, WU.,
a certain piece r landt Joint n"lutlon
nutliorlltig the PrelJonl to designate a cite
for lliecolovial alstue or 'Liberty Knllghlcnlug
the World,' and to provide for the permanent
inalutuiatibt, and prcaervatlon thereof; an act to
autliorlie the Itojrd of Trustees of Iho city of
Chtycnnr, M joining Tcrrltoiy, to enter and pur
cliaw? fur sibl city certain public lamU; an nctn
latlng toludiiiuiitysihool aclcctton In the Ma it of
California an act to pro fide for the preparation
mid publication of a new edition of the Itiiltud
htatutekwfthcl'nlttd Mates; an act for the relief
of tho legal rcpreeuttillri' of uchsrlah It, Wash
burue, deceased i tlio Indian Appropriation blllt
an act for I lie relief of W, B. McComb, aud an act
to provide a building for the ate ofthe Culled
htatisDUtrlct and Circuit Court-, llir Pot-oine
aud lnttrual Itevinue oflUesal Austin, Texas.
He Is Iu theSulka nnil llefuaesto be Inter--.leued
Vi'hnt he Tlilnki of proctor Knot t'
Ite aol ut Ion.
CUyTelcgrsph to the National Republican,;;
New York, March 4. Secretary of State
lllgelow passed most of to-day with Qorernor
Tlldcn at his residence. Tllden refused to be
Interviewed on the resolution or Congress declar
ing him elected President. Ills nephew, Colonel
Pctton, thinks the Governor will do nothing la
the matter, as previous action orthe House, In
allowing the vote to bo counted by the Llectortl
Commission, makes their resolution of not tauh
account. It Is thought Tllden will formally
protest against the inauguration of Hayes,
peblriH.lcu or I.arte Tobacco 1 actory Iu
St. Louis, March 1. The extensive to
lmrn fttclorv of I.rggdt. llu.Uon A Hntler, iu
ltd 1 1 uritt. wi loir.Ur itrilroii'd by lite this u.orn
um, L-Jti. Mu.jftlutOv, liitauuiv, l7,w.l'
111IKGS IX EUROPE.
,i nATThi: nt:i ir;;.v Tit t: tvhkh i.w
17 77 i.svituijxr.s.
(.lent DeinouatrAllouRut the I'liiioriil of Joint
O'Mnlioney Citpture of Imurgciil VeaMU
hy Hie JnpiutfC,
ijtB antTiait rA"-rtp.5 rurTSAtm ron malt a
London, Man-h 4. Tho Drlttsa ft-ct sailed
from the Piraeus this morn In-, for Malta.
DEATH Or Two rilOHISEST f-tfll.tHM CITIZKIK
Losdok, March 6. The Mar'juts of Northamp
ton la dead.
Ueorgo Od gen, the well-known ajltator tor
rights of wcrklug classes, Is dea.J,
tub rcwrnAtor joitwo'MAnosBT TiiorASDi
join ir tub shot nan to.
Dcm.nN, March 4. The funecii of .Un
O'IMahony took place to-day, Six thonsand per
sons took part In the procession, which pissed
through tho prlrclptl streets, earrylngtnonrning
banmrs and accompanied by thirty bands ofmnale
Ihe comn was placed upon a lar.ee fancrsl
car, wbletr was Immediately follows I by some
twenty perrons who had formerly been im
prisoned for political offences. About K,ow
rcople wltnesred the demonstration, which was
purely of Fenian eharaoter. About twenty of
tho trade organisations of Dublin took part In
the procession, Several delegations from the
eountry attend I. Mr. Charles J. Kick ham,
formerly a pot) thai prisoner, delivered the
address. In thociuise of which he declared that
Penlnnisn st'll existed. The raman a were de
posited In the ktjvo of T-r'nce Iiellew Alae.
Mauus. All the public houses Iu tho city were
clcscd during theday.
Dt'tit.iN, March . The proctnlon began
to move at 12:1a p. m , but largo crowds wet o as
semblcd In front of the Mechanic's Institute from
early In the mnrnlmr. Nearly all those who fol
lowed tbe funeral car wore mourning,
and all had yrctn bides. Many Amer
ican flags were dlsplayel. The flag
of U'Mahoneys regiment covered tha
coffin, and on It was a wreath or I tnmortelles.
The procession was headed by Mi lltootrco,
an lrlsh-Amerlcan, who acted as craud mar
shal. He was accompanied by mounted assist
ants. The following was the order ot
the procession t Orand Marsh ii and staff (
tend i funeral cart chler mourners i
American delegation; surrhors or tbo rebellion
of HIS and of tbe Fen Inn rising! delegations
fiom Dolton, Dradlcrd, I.lrerpoo, New Castle,
Preston, Sheffield an 1 other towns; trade organ!,
gallons, other societies and cltliena generally.
No clergymen took part In the demonstration.
Mr. Klckbam delivered his address outside ofthe
cemetery. There was no disturbance. It Is said
a monument will be erected.
THE CUAflfltS THAT WILL ItB nitOfnilT AOAI58T
PATL HE CASSAdSAT.
Vgnt aiii.es, March . M. S'moo, Presi
dent of tbe Council, speaking before the Cham
ber or Deputies committee upon the Govern
ment's request for authorisation to prosecute M.
De JCasragnac, editor or Ir Pays, said Casing.
nac would be charged with inciting insurrection
and civil war. M. Simon added that he would
everywhere vigorously prosecute Hon a part is m.
OEXrltAL IRNATIErP ox Htl HliltO! to the
vowtiw ma arbital at bkrliw.
Berlin. March 4. General iRtiatleir arrived
In thla city to-day. From here he goea to London
and Paris. The Powers will delay their replies
to Uortichkoofl's circular until IgnatletTs mis
sion Is ended. The Journal dti Dcba't denies
that Igoatlefr will visit London.
rArTCHE or rot it issurqext vessels by the
St. pETcnsniRo, March 4. The Rmslan
Oovernmcnt has Information from Japan that the
Japanese troops have captured four Insurgent
jcssals near Kumamota.
a LAitai DEcnuAiE ix the mac emploveo
hi tiik ncLtxr u-okk.
Calcctt a , March 5. A decrease of 00,000 In
the number ofnatles employed on tho "relief
works In Madras, has taken place during the
past week, and thire Is a slight decrease In
Horn bay, A treaty has been concluded with
A BATTIB 1IV THE mopktaikr detwekx tiik
laiEUEHTa AND TUB TCRKIBH TROUI'S.
Br.LORADr, March ti. Three liumlrod lorur
gents encountered tho Turkish re-llfi In the
Doutcbalk mountains, near Urod. Tho former
lost twelve and the latter fourteen men.
PxrAiiTtrttE or ins kaval expeiitiox for
TUB ItKD SEA.
Alexandkia, March 4. The Egyptian
naval expedition to Ihe lied Sea, for the sup
pression of the slave trade, has sailed.
Am ins .v .or.v.i.v.i.
tloTfernor ParkartlCoutident of Itecog;iiltioii,
and Therefore Increae Ilia Uarrlaon
Prrsh Arrival of Troop.
New Orleans'. March 4. Two companies ot
U.S.troops arrived here Saturday by the Mobile
It, l?and quartered in the building lathe rear oT
tho State House, (lor, Packard Is as eooQdeot
of recognition as ever, but be has
increased the State House gsrrlson to
nve huudred white and black, half
of whom are constantly on guard. They believe
United States troops will act In concert with
them In case ol hostile demonstration. Oeneral
Augur has received no additional orders and con
strues tho situation unaltered. Some United
States cavalry arrived from Kansas, said to be
en route to Port Worth, but no time Is fixed for
their departure. A battery of Impounders was
taken Into the Federal barracks, which adjoins
the State House.
(lor. Packard made the following statement
1 o-day toan Associated Press reporter i "I can
not say 1 anticipate any Immedlato attack upon
tbe Stato House, though In the excited condition
of the public wind, such a thing la possible. I
ILInk It more likely that under cover of pre
tended process or I aw, from courts not recognised
as having any legal standing, some etlort will be
made to arrest tbo offlcerstif the Government,
or to serve process on them and to enforce that
service by a poire of the White League or
Mcholls militia. I shall regard any
such posse as a mob, and shall
resist It accordingly. The State House Is amply
provisioned and guarded, and cannot be success
fully assaulted by any movement short of a gen
eral armed Insurrection against the Government,
which has been legally inaugurated under the
State laws. I belluie ultimate recognition of
a Ke publican State Government Is assured, 1
entertain nodittibt or my ability to maintain the
Government when once recognlted as the Con
stitution and laws orthe United States require,
or flrty-ieven parishes comprising tbe State, only
th e (known as the bull-do ted parishes) are really
In rtiistancc, and they only In some regard to
A t.Aiitit: rutt: J.v HAJriMtnti:.
Large (iuauo Works Hurried and a Hallway
lUdly Damaged A LUt of liiauruiive Com
imniea TliHt Mill Sutler.
Baltimore, March 4. Tbe Patapsco Gu
ano Company works on Phllpot, near Dock street,
were burned this afternoon. The Chesapeake
Marine Railway, adjoining, was badly damaged.
Estimated loss to Guano Co.. - t7V0 to 100,000,
Insured as follows: Hartford, Connecticut;
Home, New York; and N'atlonal.t Haiti
more, a"0,ojq each. llaltlmore, Peabody,
Howard Associated and German or this
city, and Lamar, German-Amertoan and Glen
Palls, New Ytrk Traders, Chicago, Koyal, Lon.
don, Natlona', Hartrord.St. Paul, Minnesota; Urlt.
Ish American, Toronto, AKW each j Western As.
surance, Toronto, Franklin, West Virginia, Secu
rlty, Connecticut, Incoming, Pennsylvania, At
lantic, and Manhattan, N, Y North Urttlsb, Lon
don, HMO nnd -meral ether e mnanlei from