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TJSILJE (RliFE H VOL. V.-No. 64 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. v V THE FEN9ANS Interview Between Sir Frederick Bruce and Mr. Seward The Fo nlan Excitement a "Seven Days' Wonder"-Purehases of Horse3 In H-miiton for Fenian Cavalry-Preparations lor Dei'once ef Prescott-Creat Ex citement at Wind sor Incoirvio honsiblo Rock ets Sent Up on American Shore, Etc. W.saui70N, Merch l-l.-eVr i rr3e'ck Ei J-e had an iutei ;iew7f ,?ia trOav wltb Becio '.vy Eewrrw in regard o iVn!a's afi' Ira. hv. betvatd r"t red him that it w;s notl'Miir mora the a tesen "ilJ woidcr, Bnd would dm out I 1 a aboi-i time if?oiii ploiic. Aae LrUisli lnter thougbt there. oj:rut to be some exoreevoa ontM pait of the Go'vei-iment r;ai nut it-, that if it wrs offi c'Vly c noun -ad tb .it tbe ( oeidmrnt renro b:.?i i'je iiiovcui' at, it won't! have a most ;. -ce"cnt f c. Just now. Ills mo'.ubl; Jibat cone thing ot tbe i. nd wi.'l sboi.iy La isauedbythe Sccrc-.: - oi btate. Excitement lu Hamilton Sarvolllanee of Strangers Siiiptcleit Pnrrban of Home for Fenian Cavalry, Kt., Etc. IIaiuivton, C. XT., March 1' 3 P. M. No im pou.nnt cave'opmouts fa tbo Fenian tir have transpired Btnee my Irt. Tbe Casnfcdir.n Gov ernment peiicciing all ncrcisr.ry trrcngements for i-ucece.stul vc.-.i itnc3 ot invej'.on. A susa'l number ol troops a.e bc:ng cVtly moved to some point on the .ron:r, while tbe dii.'ersnt iowrs ere oreran'z'n; home cuani". Nw volunteers ere enrolled, e: used, a'.id dv.Tcd, aid mo3t fsl lent watch Is kept of all movements of BUSpi C'.OUS cbp.reieva. At a mcetll of the cithens tbis P. M., fn tho Ciiy 11a!'. here, it wr-e rceolvcd toorfra'u-'eslvo-' pai ol pnart's to perfoim duly lining tho nihl, and nil the tireme.i bate been sworn in rs cp: iai police-. Gup re's pre to be est:ib''-bed at a!', engine tone-, to nvo'.rct ibe hose in anticipation of more iarck'iiry fVvs. ACiurant C:ae:.al McITou'rU has already tor wciJd arms fc: ore tho ' .and men to b3 rrrsci1 here ior lo. al defe ji During yesterday and to tiny a 'arte num! r: of boirjcsrave tsenbroujhi Into the city, tou'jht up Ujui farmers in the Birourclirg co aniry, and pheppr J for Suspension Lriv'.a. It is ',CB.a iy bo.'ieT. il that tney are 5ntejdcd for T enia tvplry. There in niiioh in dication and e..v'.t;jiajt cvrst J thereby. The aieutrcal Komnn Catliolica to Tarn Oat oh St. Patrick's Jay. JIr-aEL. Mrrc'i 1-. The four Irinh Catho'-o Eocettra ii th's city, uam; j : Tbe St. Pat.lck'a Eociely, b Hibe.iiicu Bcaevoient Society, the Youi"; M-n'8 oc ety, and tiie lsu Temperance Sacley tbs mo; j1 "? ider Idrd to mavcb ii pro crssion on Si. Pa'-'ck's day. Af.or aitrnQir mm on that day ihey will wa't upon aud pay their rrTooc'i to the GDe-jor-Cynera', who iu now "a ice c'.iy, r. id af'erw upon the Mayor, lbeofii o.s cf l'i se bocielits htne vet seiit a jo' at pledge of Ur ';r suppo.'j ) tie Govcrumtiit. 'j.'i'i'S :u.o.j?alion is entirely tuistwoitby. KunM an t'.io Hitnkn uf Wnntreul. JIov?.r'L, Mich 1.--Tbe eic:'.iment in card to the l'cnian loi'ay ia tt.ll at fever hoat. Indeed, publ'.c cvjduUty is r.';.dy 1 3 swallow any vamor, howeTer wild. 13i'siiijs, of which we naver have much, i 3 now at a staud-r-tlll, and Dobndy cares lo buy or Be!l. As asn.al ia euh ercilements. there is a ron upon tho savings banks, r.ad the small depositor are converting their balances into rold. lUe people and tbe newspapers are very ill-tempered, aad constantly berate the United States Coveiameat because tliey do rot rcrira'n th dvcrli'ul invadi-i who f ve to come by 'iind-by to bu.cU Canada Lorn the hands cf Queen Victoria. Our piinc'.pal amusrmenti now consht .'u walch'B tho evolutions of tie niiMU".. Itjere rve di ilia many '.imc3 a day, rid Ice poor ic tims look the nicui?e of dcpr.' '. All our public bi'ildiigs ave f':oaly gunrd'd; onr tanks ere retic.in j I'aeir discount line to t'ae nCit well-known and we'l-approv: ,t cjs tomeu, aud they vf.y (jracraliy rea'.cs to adr.nce vpon a ly collateral a: ju.itj. Boekets Nent U at Windsor, . TT. ' Wtnoeou. C. XT.. March 1'. Ilia sxci'cxe i1; r"l a!onr; tbe freatier is gairl ir fon o. My.t;il cos rocket? are Ljirgf fent up on ttie Amerlcr.n shore, aud it is LtllevcJ here seme movojitat ol the Feniura ?s in rn'ogrci". Cauda is yery warm for Amexars, wuo are liable to all marpcrai IjisjiN. About one thousand volunt5ers h?re ere keep'np; a shprp lookoat. A number of bs r:c!ons charactrrs era day cro.s' as; the border There is virtual tt:r r.n the C?troit la-.'.s?. I ublic meeuT'iS have been held hre, and two rompanici of vol .-jt::n for the tome aavi battery are on the'r wry np uosn Londo l. the Delroit city Council have accepted an invlistion lo ioin the' 1-euians la celebiut'ng St. Paulck'B VJ. f Reported Pared of Mteanaera In n Jalan Pert. Eicheitib, Mrrch U. liieie Is a report 'o circnlat on here tbat the Fenianahave purcha'ed the four Liruc't strairis of tbe American line on Latie Cntar'o, row lyinjr in this harbor. Th's is not cr-ditd however. Taestcameu are lit-tir-r out for the tproa; trade. It is nrderttood that the Government officials are keepicj an eye vinon these boats and affairs In the br.rior below the city. 7ba Excitement In Toronto BokiMinr, Tobohto, C. W March 14. Tiie Fenian ex citement s sub'jic:!n"'. The volunteer force Ls well d's'mbuted at all pc!nti ou the fron.ler. BevciT.1 scrcheitavebcen made for pikes, but were all rnsr.ccln!. THE TEXAS COWVEWTIOW. Passaa of tno Freeomttn'o Blll-KIa;bta of Keg-rwea In ttae Conrti, Etc. Avn: i, Tcn, Februaiy ?'. laothe? entire day I rs bej coebjmed in te di'cniion of the 1 reedmn'B bil'. It "s evident ihat tbe nego question "i tho ltcat de!'-:a po'ut of 1-j'slatiou which wi'l be brought laforjtbis Convtatlon. Thtre hn rot I c:a a sirfe mcnL?T of the Con Tenlionwro hri re.":ed to vots afflrma Ively vpcathat bcIob of (he crnce which rlvei Ihe negro llchtj of property and perton. to sue and be kned, and to ti arsler property with the same l this rs a white man. Uut the great enac tion which has been tofori tbe Convention is whether the negio hn a riht to give evidence In cr-es where 1 e ls not inter-sted. Judje Pat-cal, lUv. Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Taylor, of Fann'a county, have advotatod li loci and la nor ad apeechei the duetrine ot (iviif the nerro evevy privilege In couvli of Jnitice that tbe white man enjovi. 3 ud'te Hancock, Judnre ltoberts, Jud je Smith, and Mr. Ireland have been the siren?: opponent! of such a treasure. Tbii afternoon the rraloiity of the members wished to brlrt this ques Jon to a test and final vote. For this reat on it was voted to have an even ins; session, and, in accordance who such resolution, the hall was well illuminated, while thegalleriei were Bl':d wit'aapaaont andl's teainf audience. Artsr a long diieu-;slon the aiaeumeut to tio bUt Cvwtitutlva MfWea Ve.low -was adopted by a vote of 61 to 33, and teconiei a law; AaTioLa win. raecDxax. Section 1. Afiican aUverv, as it heretofore ex fated bavin '. eea 'e. J naed In this .S' v'3 by tue GoveTn?en. of tbo L.iitod Satfi, hy fona of aim and lis ie e .'ibhs'iment fcm(f molnbi'id by the ameumrcnt to the Conmitii; ion cf the United Stvrs, It is d ciarcd that neither slavery nor invo i'iitry seiviiude, except for punishmontof erinie wber jf tbe priirf shall Lave b::a drly eonviciod, aboil exikl in th's s:a3; and A I'.. cans fid their cosoend an's (ball be pro'. .etjd In tbeir i)ilii ef noron and proi;fT.y by apprepi:' lae'ilaiion. Xhoy shall nave the liebt to eoutr.-.et and be contraotsd with to roe and be sued; to acq a' re, bold, and transuvt propurtv. and to be inbjool to no Dorrl laws b.-.id Ljion in qra l.y or duanc ion ot tmi. Bectioa 2 Africans and their desconctan's shall not be prohibited, on rccornt of thoir color or ai, Uio rijtbt to t: t.'iy oially as witn - rs in aay cuo, eivil or criminal, involving rlfrht or, inji'ry t J or ciime a'.r'nst any of tbfm, peron or property, under tba fame rales ot evidam e rs mar t) appli cable to the white f-o; the creO biVi, of tholr tr.ii iroay to !.3 de'Mnr'ncd bv iie cou-t or Jr. hefrlng 'be r- nne. The J '-in n.j.e ball have poer to autboiiro tlism : 1 1 rs wrlu. :ci, n all casos under the uuulatious horo Let lortb, ri to iac'3 hero al.cr o.curuni. OBITF'AKY. JAP.ED BPlUKki, TIIE UISTOKIAK. Jarcd Sparks was born at Willinsiten, Con recticat, tu the lCLh ot May, 17C9, so that he had nerrly reac'iei the seveaty seventh b'rthday ofa'ifeuiloi which ars bcai laboviously a id veitfMy spcu. li's i arer h-i not biea tn eventfal one, but marked by a steady devotion to liteia.y prra:t) and more thaa common ta cess. H's f rt position, afier pradnalion at Ilarvr rd, was as tutor in that college, which he held f 'ona 1817 to 1819. lie al o ass's'.ed in the establish ment of the Nc; Ji Am ;cc.i rcji:.o. Ia 1819 he was orda'ncl as a Unitarian mintne? in Lalt: uore, acd tbe next year pablished a tbeolo'ic.l treatis-. In 1821 r ey.ibli hed a Unitr.:':au periodica1, his contributions to which were aft.r wart's published in too1: form. He also cJitti another wcrk of a inrological chr.re.3tcr. Owins; to a ia'lius; health he lc. tbepvlpit and a3sn-ned the owncrfhip and editorsbip of tbe JV'o.,'i A ro loan Jf.;o:'ct, and held tbis poaitioa for seven ycrra. In lb28 he bran his crrecr rs a biogrrptlec wil!r by tbe publication of the life of Job: Ledyrrd, from almost rnfrely new mater Vs. He alo made elusive roirarch'::., b3'b. in th'i coeatiy and in Hurope, im prepaat oa for the publVation of the vri,'i',3 o( Washingcon, which appeared in twelve volume, betwcea 1811 and 18o7. DB in" tbe prcprration of this eaborate and valuaole wcrk, he edited and published "lbs Diplomai'c Correspondence of ibe American revolution" (12 vols., 18':C-30), rnd "iiie I it'e of Goveiaor Mcr.is, with selac tions liem bis correspondence, et ;." (S vols., 1SJ2). He a'to stT'ad "The Araa'can Almr nee," and w i the ed'tor of tbe "Library ef Ameilcra Biisjraphy," of which two series w'ero pnblished (10 vols., IK'. -8. end 15vol., VZ'i-n). In K'O he ( omnlcted his eeViion of '"The TVorks of Ieniamin iranklm" (10 voIf.). He tben visited iuvope f frain, and in h"s I'Cieavchen in. the rrracb rrchiv:i fornd ti e faiaous map wi i the red line c'rawn upon it, whica bscame eo noted in the debwies upon the shoi'vion treaty. He closed his lovj and fiMitf.il lators in niei'.- an his. 3iy by the pnVllcatio l, in 18; of the y orrr pondeate , of e.alncat iueu with Wajh ln,on. Alfbonh by no mean-4 lank'n'r ninonr our Motleys and frescofs, Jlr. Hprks contrijuti mvth'to tbe his'.o.ic-ai lii3iuuvM of this oen try. lie was a careful rnd pain itak'.DT student, and a candid, iuipr rtial, and ueiul writ:?. He was I 'rofrior of I-Pstory at Ila.vprd Col lege Com 1819 o 18 "i, and President of the col lege irom iri9 to 1802. His Hstoiieal collec tion, whicli he pave to tho college, wai one of the melt eomplei: n regards American history in the country. L o: some years pr.st he hai been hv.'P? at Cr.nbiid;:, ad iias not boea at ail before the pabHc. JUIEi LA.NCLTS. We nnnouacel yesterday alteiaoon tbe Buclde i death, in the city of Mexico, on Febrjr.y 23, of M. Lsnglais, the Mi-viter of Firance Bcator.t by Napoleon to reji'lats Ma: "nrlirn's flranc:. Lis b'sfcry is not wit-iout intcre ,t. Jul"3 Lzm la's w?s a Frenrhntfin, bou at Mrnera (Sertlie), on the 27th of February, !810.- He wis the to l ot a journeyman weaver. He received live years' ;ehcc trial the e-irr.e of his na'.re town. Lpoa lea col'.ee he eutered te sem'iaty at Mans, whpre he atutiiod theology under the Abl J. ouv ier. In 182'J hewasstii) Vet eon and 1 rofes:or of Rheto.ic at the College oi Mamevj. The revolution of July changed the current of his idee.s and turned him Jioni the rrcle-iaBtical profession. For 6ome t me he was tutor in a ianaily ia the Department ol La Mavenne, ar.cr wr-'ch (in 183) he went to Paria to study law. At th-s time be was one or tbe editors of a reF'-.lous jouue ', La Lo.nin'ca'i. in 18u7 he wra admitted to the ba-r, cont-ibd' irf r-tiltstoEeve:ali'ewspaper; ou que:tions of iu.':udence he contribu'.od largely to the "Catholic Encyclopedia of the XIX Cantnry." In 1843, through fie influence of Mors, de Girard'n, he wrs attached to the Pat's La Fres.e, which wrs then sustaining the Gul :ot ministry, and eo'idrcfed the nleivdinps for that jorrnal acainstZ Dcmocrd-.e Pocljiue. A salt broagbt by an elector ot the Abe fliBtrict, regarding a fraudulent entry on tbe list of cl'ttors, was won Ly M. Lanjlals at Troyci,.and fully demon strated his abilities, ilelnj m'cd up with ioainalism, aud very we'l veined Sn tbe special laws concerningthe-pressvnder various aduvcis i.'ations, he began an extensive work on the sub ject, when the revolution of February onened the legislative career to him. Siding with tho new order of flings, bo ran es the republ! an candidate for the Department of La barthe, an. wrs elected repieseatalivo over a dozen other candidates. As a member ol the Commiticj OjT Jubiice be at first votrd wilti the mci:rate Democratic pa(y; but after tne election of the Prince Kapolcon as l'rciideit, be sustained bis internal and external policy. After beirt re elected to tho Legislative Assembly ho aid-d with the majority an II tho rupture with the opposition, when he adopted the line oi policy which triumphed 'n the coup a dd ot the 2d of Pecemter, 1832. Bei 'st brought torwa 'd nnder the - auspicei of the Government, he was e.ected Peputy ;Vom tbe Mamers District. lis took an active put t n the debates in the Corps LegiBlatit, especially when new laws had been prorored. In 1803 he wrs chairman of the com miare directed to report upon a bill relating to juiies, and in 1855 chairman of the committee on inonicipal organization. In 1307 he was re elected a deputy, and resit m d the same year ia order to take a seat in the Council of State. Sapo'eon tome years since made him a Knight ot the Legion of Honor. Ia It 65 he was seat out by Napoleon to look at.er tbe finance? of his protege, Maximilian, but M. Laiglais refused for tome tune to accept the portfolio tendered him, unlrss the pilva'e erprnillinrea of Maxl miium were much reduc-d. He Ina'.ly r.ocvited. however, bat hrs not made himself fully ae- qra nted with the arduous auuci of ! post when he died. Rrmorcd Airrst of tbe 11,500,000 Kob':r. A rumor Is afloat in the stieet this afternoon that a butcher overheard a eoaversatioa betwcti two persons whom he took to be thieves, that be caused their arrest, and that tho toads, or a partlon of them, stolen from Mr. Lord, were found in a stable up town. We give the rumor rs we find it on the street, without vouching for its truth, but upon Inquiry tail morniug at Police Headquarters oar reporter was iafarmed that no a.rest bad been made, and if there bai been the I articoiara eould not bo given ior puu llcatioa. JY, f, Qmrmnfai Mvtiiiar, Uth, THIRD EDITION WVSIIIJVO TON. b'peckU Dtfpatchet to The Evening Telegraph. Washinotok, March 15. Aflalrs on ttae fieorgia Sea Ialanln. Br'sadlef-Seueral Tilso", Ass'stant Comrali aione? for the Sti3 o'Cro.-g'a, reorti to Majo: Gencial O. 0. Howard, under date of Augusts, March 6, that he has 'jest letf.vrd from a tour emoog the Bcj Islane's, end Is gratified to state that, with but a few vo'anoiiant e.c3ption9, all the qrr-t'.ors between tl)3 f:c:dmen oa the Islands and the former white rcsldenti have been amicably cettltd. In many Instance i fje femer residen'3 bave reii-.ued to their home?, be'nj welcomed by the .'::cd people not ka i -g grants of land, wbo have gone to work for good w:-3:s, and rre happy a id cont3ntcd. V je Commi- ioner a' .o alatea that a savin; to the Coveirmeat ol f.om b;t thousand to e1;ht thousand iat;ops per month br.i been eircjl:, He states, l'kewiee, that labor b rcerci and eom mrnds a veiy Ugh pi ;ce, aid is of te op'nlon that tho fie dmon would be much beli:r off at Oje end of tr's or fie nel je:?, t j go to work forwajti tian attempt to cu'tlvato tho Ir.at'.i ss'jed tVjiwif'i the inr.lcquato means at the'? comnrric1. The Comn'nsioner further retiatrks tjat the rea! want of the Bareia in tho Stat? ?s a suflicient mi1it?ry fores to i r.ure the prompt a'.ret of c.lminrls, and ench ei organi zation of tbe Ucr;:d Siat-s coavti r.i aha'l enable tbe P"cp"e, whit; rci b'.a:, to stand on r a equaUiy be ore ibe law f r.1 to obtc.in jn'jtic?. A BIr1u Embassy. IbeE'n'of Be'iumbas sent a special em bassy to TVarihir." ton to announce Id or? C jv.?r. ment h!s acce-f:on t3 the tbrone of that king dom. li;o embe.ssy cirs"s.'s of Csceral do Beeu lieu, with two aids and a tcr.et :j. Breech-I.oadlne Anna. The Cove . r ment Conimilice oa Br: ;ch-loal' 13 3r) now In .e-e'lon here, tave 1 ..ued tro fj'lowiEg rroi,.jsme to !ive3tor3 and coa- tin'.s: Kjch frm wMl bet'ken ap"t by the Jnven'or ot h 1 2ut, ana If const, lo'ion end oparut'oa li- lv explained 10 tbe llord. At ' je s ro : mo, a w.'t n cnpi on ti i n r n, lo. 10.. 1 its bpe. al 111 . ta, p;. -ntc tti, etc., Bhouiu be .n.i sh.U for tbe r .ords 01 "ie Lo vd. Al'erasui .b!o number cf a: ns eball bare bnen exa-nmed, . le L 1 -a w.ll proe a to tbe ai oaal. r-id test tb' r work'off nua uad for this Dir.. no e rch goa w U bj fired, by tbe p.on submii..B.r a, 101 iris iran l'jj um 111. Af.er all the aics have been subra'it-d to tb's pr' Vminar examination and '.t, fso Uo"-d wi'l select tno"e eeemed most snliablo lor lie m il- arv . :rvice. and tnbi;ct tbiin ti mrtber tejt in toe banas of soldiui3. by lir.uir, ler ranie, v curncy.pen- etratlon, and rapidity; and tor stioutband endur- BB-e py mine mcrcaMiug cuarsri. IV. lhe uuoMirn of calibro wiH bo dotc.ipined bv the Board alter tbo conFliicration of tha expos imonn bv this and loreiu uovornmeuts ou t'ns sr.bject. Hie Hoard will, however, voiily by actual tital the conclesions arrived at. V. Each person will s'ato. fn wrlt'nu. tho lowct price at wbiab his arm will be lurninh' d by hiuv.ell', or tbe rate per ibou-and at wb.cb he will a'low the t.ovornment to make thom. Xncie propo e' wi'l be izade (cparately.jon forms to be funlshed on applieation, and will be directed, Be.i'- f, to the Itc coroer of the Hoard, and fndorsod "Proposals for lurmBtiiiiK Dreecli-loauini; arms," and will be opened at such iiiao as tbe Boar d may direct. Ttae Secretary of tbo Treaanry and tue comptroller. As tlif? controvti3y telwcea the Secretary of tbe Trc:.sury and the Comptroller, with regard to Iranc'al mr.tior'?, atiraiis moeb a'.tcntlon, it may bo of Intcrc3t to lea.a tbat tbs !i.w pvovidci that the Comptrciler ahall be appointed blbe President on tbe reeommcndc'.ion of tbsScers t?:y of the Ticasovy, by and with the consent of the Senate, and sha'.l bold Lis appointment for five ycpi"3, urie.g cooaer removci by tho Pic i" lent upon reseon to b3 cemmuntcatod to tbe Cerate. A Bebol Election lnltly Nqnelotaed. lteL';crce wrs conveyed to the President t day, of t be e'ccf.on of John T. Monroe as Mayo : of the c ity of New Orleans. It wiH be rtcollcetoi tbat Morroe wr.i tho Rebel Mayor of New Orlrana when tbat city wr.i taken by our forjei in Arr l, 1S62. ne r3A-eed to submit to tb-r.-rfeiol autroiity and wr.aj confincl in a fcrl. Hewai afterwards icier.-ed, and bai continued outspol enlah'sd sloya'.tjto tbe Cove.nment. Ite Fresideat tb's evcr-lrg authorised a tole gtamtobo sent to Goveiaor Wei'."), nnnpetrrz tho latter to withhold the credentials of eleciioa ;.om Monroe, and tbtis prevent bis aesunipiion ef the office of Mayor. From CpMfou!e. San Ffavcis:o, March Id. It hr.i been stated that tbe steamer Creflamvs, which arrived here oa tbo 6tU instant from China, brought edvlc:3 of an advance of from 1011 cents per pound on te.i. Upon careful iaqn'ry it ls ascertained that no pnblic advices of this nature were received, and if such wai tha fact it wes known only to a few private parties, and not to the geaeral pubile. The files ol papers breijat by the Crcflamms do aot meutton aay pertlcu'e? change in tho tea mr rket, and the major portion of the tradu dic er: dit the reported advance. Steoirsb!p "Caw Jac'n'o" Ea acJ. New Yori", March 15. The steamer S1.1 Jc cirib.ot tbe Savacnab line, was burned at he? dock tbis moreiuj, with five hmndred bales of cotton and five tbousand barrels of flour. Her hull, being of Iron, was tiled with water, but all her wood-work wai de-troyc L The "Africa" Signalled. Uawfax, March. 15. The steamer ASica, from Llvei pool, ls below. Her dates will be tD the Cth Instant, ia Queenstowa. Accident to. Iileut.-Commasd-i CnsHtt5. W i-irrt tn learn that dnrin tho visit ot tho IrnzaBter at Hilo an leii.naa.3 aecldent befel Lieutenaat-Conmander CeshinfT. A patty ot the ofliarr vera ea ov'at an oxcarsion to tae crater of Kllauea, which hrs been quite active lately, and when aerr tbe cai;?-nonse Lieu tenriit ('Khinrr'. iioi'fce feil and rolled on hire, breakiip his collar-bone. The Is'andi have been Tisited by a very severe storm, fortunately of snort daratiun. CaDtain Hentiaaaaa, of tbe Itreneu barciao Ddy, committed suicide near nuuuilil, Ul IUO ItlUVl .uuni j , Ml . aim with a razor. He is auppoeed to have been laboring nnder temporary insanity. llomo'.v.M Ummi,xm Adoeritner, January au, FROM BALTIMORE TO-D&Y. Ino Fealasi Mcatloar a Fallnre-Onlr 820 Mobnerlbtd- Important Iel1on, Ifcta. tpttial Dqatoh lo Ae Smig TtlffrafiK IS3 Baltimopb, March 15. The Fenian meeting, last night, though tolerably well attended, was rather a failure. Some small subscriptions were made to the loan tto t:n-doliar Fenian binds were taken. It looked as though the honrst Irishmen present smcllcd a rat, and could not ece ckorly as an equivalent for their mouey the liberation of Irelpnd. Ihey want:d a e;ia?antee tbat tho Head Centre? and pri ne movers, in cluding Train, O'AIahony, aud others, would do what they promised. More then half tbe aud1 enc3 left b?fore the meeting adjournrd. lao orato;s were subsequently serenaded at tbe Lutaw Houfe, and Tra'i mcle a characto.'stlc ap'-rch. Ihey are all off to day, ratber c'ls t'Med. liio Ball'more and Ohio Ea: .oad Comp" ly have reduced tbo f"ei;bt ou coal ojo do'iur prr tor. By a recent decision of the Maryland Court of Appeals, it has been decided that all appoint menfs of Justices of tho Peace by Goveraor B. ad lord, not previously el"ctd undor tbe olii Constitution, ore i! eal, vncjustUuiioual, and their r.:l8 null end void. THE ALLEGED CHILIAN PRIYATEER. Application for tho Dlaebarge of tbo Meant r " Meteor" upon Bon Letter from Secretary New artl Remarks of tbe Aanletaut Plutrtet Attorney aad Counsel for Claimant, Eto. Tbecpse of the tlsumahin K'.'.-a', seized hi the Goveinment for alleged vioi.Uion of the neutrality laws, came npyeiterday in the Unl;l 8 ates D.Btrict Court beioie Judje Beits. Messrs. William M. hvarls aud Josepb 11. cnoa.s ap peared for tbe owners of tue vejsol, and Mr. Caoate moved, under tho slxlietb rule of tbe Court, for the uppointment of appraisers to re poit to the Corrt tbe value of tue vessel, with a vi3W oi ravng aer aouvcrea to ner owners on boud. The ruie refeired is as follows: In caes of tenure of property in behalf of the United Stales, an appraisement for the purpose ot bondin? the same, may bo bad by any pirty in iniercst on Riv'n?; one dsy's previous notice oi motion bofo -3 tbe court, or the jud'je io vaca tion lor the aooointvent of aparaiseu. Mr. Courtney, As.istant Urited States District Attorney, who appeared lor tbe Government, raid that he could lind no authority tor fie action contemplated by tbis r oaoa, except th Reneralrule of the Cour;, founded on tbe Reve nue Act of 1791); and boadin-r could not be de manded in cr.ses of alleged violation of the neu trality laws. Ia tbe course ot tbe objections of Mr. Courtney, he said thcio was oue which would be latil to this motion. It wf.t found in a le .'er l.om the otato Depar ment to the P'sti .ct Ailo.aey. The Spanisu Minisler had made an application to Mr. Seward thai tho bouJint Siiould not be peiniittsd. The letters were ra.;0. bhe followiaj is Mr. Seward's: D.ZP4BTMENT OV tST .TE, W ASlIINGrOJT, MsrcU 10. S?r: 1 eivo von uorowith a copy of a nofs which 1 bave,iii',t had the honor to receive liombis excellency, Mr. TE.na, tho Mimsr of Spain, in which he s:V3i that he Indyie3d tbat the owners of tbe Mtlfr bavo applied I ) tho District Court lo.- a release of that vc::el under peciirity. An annlica- tion dpi heretotoro bcon made to tbo l'rrsiuent to favor such a prcceodmg. It hns ben cousidored wiilij:ce remit followln, viz.: I'bafc the Kieculive autboiity finds no sufllcient grounds lor intrierina' witn tbe dne rnd the n enlar couise of tbe admuiis tra.lon of juslics. It is oxpeoted, therefore, that you will t.;ke suc'j cou; :e iu regard fo the prc:eai question p.s shall bo tcit ealculu'd to mniutu'.n the neutrality laws of tbo Untied fjldtaa, tn thoir lull lorce and virtue. . I rm, with muah re.pcct, your ol;?dlent sorvant, William 11 isewaud. Tbe Hon. Dnrlol S.Dickinson, Unitad Slates Dis- tuct AUerncy, Kew lork. Mr. Courtney opposed tho release of the ves pel, drela.'ng tbat it would be mere cvaron of tbe neulrality laws, and a breach of faith, that would result in allowing her to cuiso aninst tbe commerce of Spr.in tor Chili. Mr. Evp:ts argued at length in favor of tl'.e motion. It was, he contended, a quntion for tbe sole decision of thecoutt. The will of the State Depp: tmeat or of tbe Executive can"ot properly intervene in such a manner ps to effect the result of aay judicial action, ldelettorof trie Secretary, wiitch wps relied ou to pre vent the toudir?, could not Justly be given any n eb t orsUuct'on; for it was simply enjoined l i tbat document that tbe regular admin stration a id conduct of this cane be left to the court. The cla'mants were entitled t r bond tbo vcjse', he claimed, bv statute and rnde tbe rules o! the Court, and cited tho laws of 1783, 1792, 1818. and lCi7 to show that in all cases a vessel under seizure could be so released. The appHcaiion of tbe law in the mo' t criminal cases those of B'ave-'r.'.dci's, of smugglers and of other per;ons under the gieatest and pravct suspicion wes plain, and not to be denied. But in tbis crso tt would be especially oppressive not to deliver tho vexel to her ownrvs, who were known aad highly respectable merchants. It was mot that they might ovade trial, but in pursuance of tho rule of universal interest and duty to all con cerned, by which the conrt have determined that property shall not be destroyed by the con tinuance of litigation, when it can be replaced by what shall answer for its value. In conclusion, he said that to insist, as the Lhtrict-Attorney had done, that under the "inti mr.tiou' so called, of the Government, the Couik shoald bo restricted from doing Its daty, wrs to ask that there should be Judicial usurpa tion. The power of tbe Exccutlvo would extend to tho prompting of the prosecuting officer, tbe withdrawal of a suit, or the stoppage of a vessel tbat she miht bo bonded. All interests would thus bo protected. The claim that to bond tho vc-el would amount to a license to commit hos lililire, wr.s esaeited to be without the slightest foundation, since for cause new bonds could be imposed. bee D'ali'.ct'Attorney insisted upon hi objec tion. The Con: rcseived its dec sion. N. Y. World. NEWS FROM EL PASO. Jnarea Still on tho Frontier Tho 1.1 be. rals Confident cf Material Aid from tbo United State Ttae Orteja Faction Stubborn, Ete. Paso dkl Nobte, Mexico, February 16. No ews from the interior ef this section of tbe country. President Juarez and Cabinet aro si.ll ul this place, waiting tor '-something totiua up." They are b! ill confident of receiving men and means from tho United States. Why the French commander at Chihuahua does aot assume the ofleneive is inexplicable, there bein; no enemy ia the State except the force under Juarez at this point. It may be, inasmach as the constitu tional term of President Juarez expired on the leth of November last, and as he has issued a decree extending bis own term of office and out lawing General Gcazalei Ortega, who elaises to be President of Mexico under the Constitution, the Liberal party will taconie divided through out the coualry. This is probably the reason for leaving Jaarez undisturbed here, for If the French were to evacnate the Republic to-morrow a new civil war wonld immediately rage between the Juarist and Ortega oartlci. A fair bold at Portland,Malne, last week, fo? tbe benefit of tbe freedmen, realized $10,000. , PHILADELPHIA M. E. CONFERENCE. BEVENTYNIXra SESSION. SECOND DAT'8 PROCEEDINGS. Sr. Geobok's CutacH, I TnuitspAY ilotiM.va, Marco 15. f At 8 o'clock the Conforence wis called to order by BiMiop .Atiu Tho ovi'Uinff religious ceremonlos were commenced bv tbo rr.ulinc of tue 4tu oUa.tsr cf Lpheuaii, by Key, Will am MoCooinbt. f lie confutation tben joined iu Sluing the hymn com ructiciur, "The Savior, k:m t3 Itoav-n he rose In Splendid triumph o'er bis focsi ' wlilch wns followed by an elcjuout prayor by Mr. UcC oonib-". lhe c-'le.irs, ciiolr, and body of the cbarch were filed w.tu as all ntive aud kdcs. principally com po.tdof Isdiei. The two ceut-e blocks of powj are retr ucd lor the uieipsr) et the Coufetenoe, which Lody is one ot g.iat d'tuuy, and is c impeded of me a ot bl';h a a'-id.ng; end maca talent. In-imacti r.i tb's is bo Censrrry c oul .ence, it is regarded by tbe dciioir'ration a.tb special -itore:t. Ibe roll of Sonte; jnce ws then called by the f?rc:ein-y, Par. K. U. Tutihon, altir wr-ioti tuo Joi". nrt of be previors day wrs read and approved Dr. Cur v, ei'tor of tho Cnriatum AJjoa'e mnd Jujruattl Mew York. Rev. Mr. bnisrt, B'jnntof tne Ladles' Cen' nir.y C'ona'ti-s ot New Yot-k, and Piv i,.--nuel Dura, ef Las.and, were lutrodU' ad to the Conicrcn' a. l'cv. :. Alwoodr.-qnes'ed that Kit. Dr. Dnrbtn, Eev. Mr. Jobuson, Me irs. Wright and liana bs add 1 o the Cautonai y Comar.tica, wb:oa was g. mti'd. A tries of rrrolnt:ons referr.ns to tbe d'yisioa of rbe i bl adclMa I onleicnwe, wr.s read, aud, oa mo tion, wes laid upon tie :b Cn motion ol iter. Vr. Qulploy, the mo.ion to lay on the table was ic:oiiRldcrcd, and 'be resolutions trade ibe order of the duy immediately uftor tho o.'ll ot tbe tjiewai'ds. 1 ho tobow Be are the resolution!: Itktolvtd, 1. ibat tb:a Coutereuce will divide at tbe pr ent cesion. h':otvrd, 2. Tbat wo divldo by the S"at3 l'no be tween l'cimsylvruln, Delaware, anil Maryland. Jn case tbis it not a4optd, thl l!enolvrd. We d-vide by a lira r jnnlaa '"iron eh the ci.y ot x b''adelphia io tho Sjfqt-er-inna, so as to v.ve to etch CoBfr-icPce, rs nrarly as pcMble, aa tnua1. skare f fio Uraueal ability, inml.juU)p, eta., oi tbo present Conterenue. By peioiisr'.on of the Conference, Vr. Oultley withdreiv tae queetiau of rrcorsideration tr tha i;i.'..eDt, to bo brought np at some subsequent session et ibe body. Key. S. L. Giarey was appoln'od additional As? tant Secret jr. Tlio hour of 10 o'clock Inving- arrived, tho resa'a? order oft lie ay, wbica was tko c 't ol the Sla ards to report tho snns collected mr t lie support ot super aauiiited n'tDinfrt, or tbeir widows and orpburs, wi '""tea ap. ibis Is parolya benevolent mnd, riw d by tbo various churches within tne Wonudi of tbe Couferepcs. The rc elt provd tbat the de- Bor"iua on bud fuithfatly perioimed their daty in th s respect. lhe calling of the vaiious churches occnplod a larfe poitioa ot the ccsion, and though douotiesa ciir.i t. on of pteat Importance, was not of (tenoral in. terost. being fimplv tbo roport of the pastors of tbe r mo lints r,ns-d in their particular cbarires. A couimumra'ion was rrcoived from a number of laairi tequc' tmr tho Conference to tsko Into con liaeiation the prop.ietv of otab'inbinsr a female lenrtia.y nnder tbe auspices of the Piitladolpira Conlorencs. i be report of tha Treasurer of the Contoaarz Com ml tje wes received, and wrs read by iho S-eret:.ry. The Bfawerds word autborird to d.-w upon tun fjnd fvr f. 12 ?0, to bo applied as d.:m;d most judl cfors by tbem. lfav. W. n. Ciav, Presidios; Elder of tho Resdin? District, made a ststoinont in reirnrd to tbo oondi icu ot bis cberee. Tbo Pf.tors of iho varioi s cbu'cbes were iben called, aud ropor.ed tno 8 it: of tbe ciiuicbos end tbe coulr. bullous from each. Cba'B?s bavin? been mado aara'nst the Kiv. Itr. rpMoriield a cotP'mtfse was appointed to iuven: gute the nu'tir. Key J. D. Curtis w? clioiou chair man of tbe Court and a number of minis. era wero appointed at the Couit. Itov. Jo'cpb Ca;'e. D. D., reaortrd tho Eontli I biladelphia D.itrict, of wlncu bo Is tbe 1 re .lain t tlUe". to be iu a ve.-y prosperous con diliou. Ibe reports of the vevinus pas ton sliowed tliat the contributors to the n 'sc, nonary aud edin cation lunds had larrely iucrea:cd. itev. T. J. Thompson, Presidfne; Eldor of the "Htonuisnic., reporisa ast .is oi pio penty in nis district, 'lha pnsto. j reported an iacrt.vo of contri butions n uot ot the onurcb-s. Kev. J. A. Hnscey r.'qi'cstcd that his re'atioa with the Confrrentj bo changed i itliutof suporBUT.ei'tti, wit' out apnolntmrnt, Kev. A T. Kcott v.s cbanred to sppernnn"tary. 11 y. ti. I'aihrsoa was made bi-.peinumci.try, w.tb rnnnintmuDt. ' Vrrioi's rnourciren's of Conimltfecs and rl! t ous n:etir' s wcie rend, end trie pailors ot the aji.oi'S cbr .jhes of other drnoinina ons yy,re r- c ues'od to apply to the Comuuu:e oa Kui:sious tx r3"s. A .t:r s'r ' inc tbe doxoloey and tbe pronounrine ol be bjDcdic .ou tiy Ur. 1 irtila, tue Uuote. 'iicor i jo:". nfld.to meet tbis evarine at St. Ueorpe's CUurcU, to I Hit su to tbe 6f..non ol tbe ltev. T. C. ilarphy, upon the subject of Sabbath bcbouls. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. ComT op QuAttTEB Sesstons Judae Ludlow. In tbe caso of John S. I'star, who wa before tt.e court yestfrday, in coar.cction witb the c- e of one 1'rauk Clatk, who had been arreted. and bound over for picking tbe pocket of Mrs, Rsb'nson, Judge Ludlow said, that upon reflec t on and examination ol the law, be had con c'uded to bold the defendant in $15,0C0 bail to p-'rcr at court tbe charge of persuading a wit ness net to appear at court to tostily, thereby obstiueiine the course of iustice. Wi'lirm Stroud and Wi'son Carlisle were er"?gcd with the la-ceny of a pair of boots and a p'stol.vRlued at Siil, the property of Caleb Mil-!-r, Third and Arch streets. Stroad, in who:a i: resion the property was foaud, pleaded gailty. Carlisle, pon trial, was acquitted. bae tame defendants anon another bi'l were cr arccd with tbe larceny of a pair ot boots, and five t'o'lars in copper coins, and six plated s"ver apoocs, tbe property of and a'olen from Joseph G. Fowler. Mleventh street, below Market. Eoase of tk's property was found In the pees:. sion of each of the defendants, and fa'ling t j show that they had oome by it in a proper manner, tbe juiy convierea potn oi taem. FINANCE AND COMMERCE Office of thk Eveniko Te'-joraph, ) Thursday, March 15, 18tiC. j Tbe Stock Market was lens a:ilve this morning, but prices steady. C oveiaaaont bones are firmly held at a faiVac? r.dvance. Ca of 1CE1 sold at 10'i; 103J 3 W1 for 6-20s; W fo.- 7'30:; aad 901 for IC iC:. City loans arabetts-. New City s Bold at 91$Q02, aa advance of J. Railroad skarca continue tee most tctive on the list. PeadiDg sold largely at 6050-91, a slight decline; Catawisca preferred at 2S;30J, acic- cl'ne of J; common do. at 2.', ro change; Phila delphia and Eilo at 2CJ, no cfcr.r;r;e; Penn?jlva- n!a Railroad at f 5, no rhango; Norristowa et 6!, no charge; and Lehh. Valley at C2, no change; 11(14 w3 bid for Cratden and Amboy; 23J for Little Echiylkill; 35 for Noitb Pennsylvania; 26 for Eimlra commcn; 39 icr preferred do.; and 41 for Noitbeia Ccctia1. City Paenger Railroad stares contiau dnlL Hestoavillo sold at 37333, an rdvanco of 1J; 72i wan bid for Second and Tb'.rl; i. for Fifth and Biith; 25 for Gtard Collige; and 61i for Tenth and Eloventb. Rank shares eontiaue ia food demand. Com' merc'.al ao'd at 65. 2Ci was bid for No: tb Amo rlca; 10 for Pliiladelph'a; 123 fo? Farmers' and Mechanics'; 2SJ lor Mechanics'; ICO for Keaeinj torn; 52 for Girard; 31 for Manufacturer:' and Mechanics'; 62 for Co jamou wealth; CJ for Corn Exchange; and CO for Union. Canal shares are rather better. BchnylkiTl Navigation preferred sold at 282S$, am ad vance of i; and Susquehanna Canal at 12, a tlifht advance; 22 was bid for Schuylkill Navi gation commoa; 61 for Lehigh Navigation; 114 for Morrii Canal preferred; 33 for Delaware Divi sion; and 53 for Wyoming Valley canal. In Oil shares there was little or nothing doing. Jersey Well sold at '. Coal shares contlnuo dull. St. Nicholas sold at 30, an advance ef 21; said to bo a canard. New York aad Middle at 6; and New Creek at 1. The New York 27me this mornins; says: "A ccond or collateral Influences beeins to be folt upon tho general Htjck Exehanie deallres, which are Increases in volome aad strengthening ia prices. The New York I'sn and Reading aad the Wester roads had a further advance yest:rday, and while the speculation fluctuated llpar cent, in the after noon, the pieva'Mug temper of the market ls In the directtou or firmness. iue Joint resolution moved by Mr. Shermairyesterday is received as an index of the feeling in Congress agAinst any Immediate disturbance of tho (freenbaek cur rency, which it 'i found, Tsv tho experience of Ibe last few months, ran appreciate an 1 cold he-tie down, without contraction, and on tho Im proved exchanges of tho country. Th conse quent accumulation of sold at this commercial cen'ro 's such that even if the exchauges should Ui.n later ia the serson, there is an abundant purpluj for expoit alter the cotton and other produrs bills are found to be inadequate for the settlement of fore'n balauces." The New York Tribuns this morning says: "Money shows increasing easo end la treelr offered at 6 per cent., with a good many trans rctiona at 5 per cent. Commercial paper nn chang d. The hesitation of Congress to act upon the loan bi'l, and the disposition shown to force the lireret ry to pay off his temporary loans, promise to make money on call exceed- inglv abundant and to a! .niulate stock and cold speculators into great r.etlvity." The Chlcr2or'!)Tie save: "The Monev Mar ket to-day is reported to be less btrineent than yesterday, but itssttll clos;. There is, however, no partleu'?' preesare. except in one or two in stitutions, where the linea of discount ar nn- uitiaHy larse. Tbe rates ot discount ar steady at It) per cent, per annum-at the banks, and 16$ 1 percent, per month on the street. Eastern ex change continues scarce and firm at p.nr buyin?. ana i-iu premium renin, rouna lots were eold by banker. to er.rh other at a premium of 70 cents per thousand. " The Cincinnati Gazel's says: "The Mouey Market exhibited no new feature on Saturday. The demand wes not prc38io2, but the marked worked close, and rates of interest were film at 1C12 cents In the regular way, and 1518 cents lor good name, in the open market. Exchange svas in gocd demand and tiraiatSO cents premium buyiug, and 1-10 premium selling. Gold c'.o-ed at 130i bjjinT, and 131- selling." PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES TO-DAY Kcportod by De Haven & Bro., Mo. 40 S. Third streot FIRST BOARD C,00U 8 6 81.. re If 1) 103 h Roidinif 60 i $;9:0Citv us new.i's 91 ffrtO do irnu9t! HOT 4o.. new.. o 9li Sr"i00 do 9U S2.1i.i0 do o C2 S7 ,3 o. ...i5wn 92 2tgsk IlcMtonv..lof 371 Vl.h co I5C3 DO sh Jersey Well.. 1 ICO ah do oJ0 60 It.) ah do o 601 2C3fh do.s6wni50 81 87 ah do...transf 6ft Uth du.transt.o 60 K3slt 410 o OOt It J sh do 60? J00 all do..L3U ,.6)-94 1 D Bh do 6 KJsli do... b80. .01-94 100 do s) 61V Ills do....siJ0.GD-6i KOsti do... o 6)s lOHh da baa 6t4 :00 sb do 60i 10 sb Coml Ilk 65 0h StNch C1...0 CJ Clsh New Croetc... 1 103 shN Y& Mid... KD ih l ata com. .lots ?1 2 3sa fata lots r,0; 100 sh Sch K. pt.b30 ?3H : .o bu uo. ., vi ICO fill Susq Cuu..bC) 12 8 "b Peru li e 65 lo sit ao n 30 sh Norri9town.-.5 64 10 sh lhlirti V.... 6i I . )sh l'h.& E....b5 20Ji PIIILAD'A GOLD EXCHANGE QUOrAllONS. 10 A.M 131 12 M 130? 11 A. M 131 l I P. M 131 Harfeii, Durskt & Co. quote as follows: Buying. StWnj, . 1.10 1 131 American Gold American Silver, 4a and j 125 128 American Silver Dimos aud llaif Dimes 121 PeuuKvlvania Curreuoy Jew York i-xcnauKe 1-23 123 i par. Philadelphia Trade Report. TntTESDAY, March 15. rke iaactlvlty noted in the Brcnds.r'i Merket lor wooks pest still eonliuuos. Supplies of Flour cone la slowly, and good brands are held fltmiy at ysterclay's flfares. There ts no sbipplnar demand, rnd only 73 bbls. ware taken for tiie supply of tbe homo etistamers, within tue ranee cf 802fiJ57 25 for supo.flne; $7-. jfgt 25 for extras; 25 lor low pi ad e aud choice aorth. wes' "n ax'ra mmMv; oZiilQ 3 for Ponasyivaaia aud Ohio do. ; and "SUl'i lor .ancy lo'8, according toqtialitv. lhere f notaing doiair in Rye Flour or l orn M'.'.l, and prio.a are nominal. Tbare :s no .al lag off in taa dtiuand for primo M'bc at, but thero la very Util of tUta description ofieiltig. 12i0 busb. fair eid varr choice lots sold wnhin tbe rane oi f2 10n2tr); winta may bo quo'cd at (2 ZOjii 70 ; 600 buh. Penasylvan'i Rye sold at (5a. Corn meets a llinttod inquiry, and bat apain dcatfued one cant bush. Sales of 6a 40CO bush, sellow at GHo. afloat, and 07030. in store. Oats are fn atjadr demand, and further solos of Pennsylvania are reporce l at 49 t50o. bush. Cloverseed soils at eVC. ,J 50; limothy at $375(13 4, and Flaxseed at 82 75. W bikv is very quiet. Small calcs of Pohnsyl vania at f 2-2c2 28. rhiladlphia Cattle Market. Ihuesday, March 15. 1 horo Is very little de n.-nd for Btef Catile th's week, and pric:s have ."alien or, Abont 10C1 head ririved and sold at from lT'.V-O for extras; 18514 Jo. for ta'r to good; and 10 (K12Jc. $ pound for common, as to qual.ty. The following rre the particulars of tbe ta'es: C3 head P. Mclillen, Lancaster coonty, 12516 J. 65 " P. Uatbaway, t,anastar eounty, firflfti. 60 " Me i'n a- a'lar & Co , Lancaster co , 13;?15. 20 " Fooney & Brother, Iauo. eo. 7(u)7J, gross. 60 ' H. tbafn, Laac istsr county, 12 a;15 fJ " 3. Mci)ln, ChM sreud Westjra, 1210, n " Y. wst, Pennsylvania, 1114. t " A. Kennedy, Pennsylvania, 1115. "j " Joba Bayno, Chester ooanty, l?fe;14 47 " UUaiaa 4 Hoohn an, I inaes'eroo.. 14318,. 100 " Moo mi y ft bmith, Pennsylvania. 11&13. 18 " L. l.-auk, Lanastar eoBBty, 1814. 77 " Khoml sre ft l.ank, Lancastar co , 13215'. 81 " J. 8. Kirk, Lanerstar county, 1416. i$ " Dryfoos k Brother., La no. co., f (tb, gross. 1 10 " Fiurm & Co., Chester eouaty, 7(o 7). fross. 14 " Hope fc Co., Lancaster county, 13414. 80 " James Aull, Vyestei, 7'8. gross. llor 1 ric s have adveneca tto. the 1:3 lbs. 1430 brut eold at the different yards at troas $1315 tbe 100 ib-. net. Cows r-e dull and lower. 12 h"id sol at $3030 for Sp.imrers, aad ft .'a 75 fr bead tar Wi cb 1 owa. Ph.erl'ic". lavs lailea off. 8C30 h'ad arrived red oid at Cfe8s. per lb. gross, t to quality. Market by Telegraph. Naw Yoaa, Maroh 35. Floar fa qnlet but un changed; Ctt) barrets told. Wheat arm. Corn stiady. Oats dull. Beef steady. Pork arm aad hicher, at t.'8 25 lor Men. Lard firm, at 18; aJlS Jo . V blsky dull and uache.aaed. Nkw Tobk, March 155. Stocks are eotter. Gold, 131. t bicacro and I Rook Island, 107Ji N. .T. Can tral, 93j; Illinois CentrM, 129; Micbiaan Southarn (rarantrai, 1 3; Ueadina, 3U1J ; Caaiou 4j: Missouri t, 78; Kite r- lroadb3; Five-iireutiea, 1SCI, 108i ; U. S. 6s, 1S.1, re , t7j freaiary TC)J. Ed series,. 171; do.. Kt cer eii, l(,9i; t'levafand A Plltsbarg, 78i; Piitiharir. Fort Wayne aad Cbioaga, 911; Chi cago and Northwestern. 41). At a recent fancy dress bait in tbe Tuilerlet, the great success of the sveuiag was a quadrlllo in wtii oh the gentlemen were dreseed a leopards, and the ladies as gazelle).