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IN W ORLIEANS, SUINDAY, MARCH 11, 1k77, PBIOK, FIVEOET$. VII~~. I.--- ------ r· -r-I" 'I-- I~-r ---·- ---- ~-- -----r- -··· ~ - - ---~-r-· i NFIRtATION. g fsfrtl" (' 1abinet .oUtrmed by i-e .oer or tho Ihdle l N.nate Genes S·agi toke and trouted. Ythlbl morrats Will Havo th, iHsn. l· t or the f Admlnlntration WigthouI It it$ls Rpol-t Si ll itle. IAppii it N 0. jOppniiat, J Si.lttatalrr, Matrth I.--AftIe all the * Ond fUntlae and all the cirorts to , iles*l. 1 ,riled in those dls . 0i!, ot e pat. tl of itialtto, M.ortorn, A; to.Gk'a I irtiiod olhors, tits p~'"i to bii nai oi Int, polo red o'0 i 100 tri P.i . $ (.y, at; Ovol y uO orf thlem woe viWJtfnled hl ihot evuII a tlft0;M . Thi p:hgthda I.srill fo lo at tlhe lat l.oln t tIe oItU in tillrll' urltllld a arInst lhe~IRtn ' id tbo d )telcrlt)leori. atld n outlet that : til.e .eptuhlihnltn stlit, they wotulrl . meto fo 1iayes' res.l.t d A c.nndrm his abitas6t anty hnw. This sitled the pieU S-; , the suibhlleaus feliuln that they wer hie not s ron.r e.nglth to brealt openly ( ith the new President, Ke.. yes understalatda well thati the aate helped him out of this dlMt , as id tLalt but m r their Arm stand iiSCt~ulbic~nr would ha.ve defeated .hi pot.! lloyMd Lanhs oadldatels, and sow 'i qest friends anneunte that the j''-pu bian jtlarty haeke have nethhin ;to eapeo t from him, whtle Delmoorat t;oelgae to understand that there Is to :bgieI pIrtlsaaship in the admistrbrtlton, .,*d thelr advice as to lpatronage will be .j4i as a ooeptable and Jtftt as well on 'titined at the White loeuso as that t the ltepsablietns, h:eo power of the senate teptubllian t;.qIOU i com plot ely broken nald s.at 1it4d, for the flr4t time in slat een years, oat on never be revived. &t : Irar, EvartsraI Key owe their eon t.a.tloti to the f.oL that I)emnorat.s, te coib111.nltatln, denlded to E.b .ian the whole CSthluet slate on the grountd tht a reJctlon or y portion of in rtin oit, woult be claimed by the uioredheatied EIaleals as a victory over Uhaes re· gi sI1ng the ounthbrn question, and this . rey oould ,not a ford., In the matter o Fed1eral appoint R !ente but rfew ehl nies will he lade n eorth of .Iaon danl l)ixo.'s hlh. hut r. ,the. outhern MtaJlhs there will be an S Blrmost clenan ew;p within the net 1 ibety days. i.ea"l dentt HRayes I elated with his vhio Aover fthe soreheadsl of his party, : "d will carry ot tihe promises of h-i haingral to the letter, t. Th ere Is gnashingt of toeth in the old $iAdled eani p. bult they oagt't help them . Seek says the l)noerathici party wtill have the bturneflt of this adtnlinistl.rution SWithout its rcsposisibihhtion. ltcthr,, TifH E 'CAIrIN T COr'Pl1wMit,. .A Vtiery' l,,r lilyrt', and No I)emtraltic S l.apdi l Ito Ih1 N. 0), Ponortiat.I . WAsltWuIt'roNx , ?Maroh 1o.---Tho 'ntllro "'ebinet liant bltmn Colatrllm1tl, antld thle 10te l.l hs ad Itlurnedl till Moltlaty. ere was no e i)rntocrateoi opposttlon to ` .-.<lt the aonfilrnmatlns. A few Ito. *nhe, led by lImon Caomerone, op poed Sohurn, Evartk and Key. 11.T.. .u.. IAYEttl' . OUrIIKItN POlCIr. 41X Will Remove the Troop* from eletalas and t'outh Carollna. liublIls and Hampton Are Expected t Preserve Peace and Order In Th'aea States. , e:14 Debate on E, llelg's Admlitanee to Last a Wrek. t.poial to N. O. fDamotncrt. W ataIrIIoox. Mttruh 9,--n tthu mattor ot his loethera p'olloy ihaye, to-diay .eattddtbathe proposed to Umove statrllly inld slowly, and to take no step froml WbI.eh he oould possibly be ooulpellhd reL ede. What he really intends to 4 oi to withdrthdraw the troops and to let the Senate at'tle the legal statue of the . overl eate in Louisiana and South Orselluha by admittlng the new Senators teom those tiurs He will not take aIy Mation whatever, except to with draw ttrops, and will do this on the as a ~tae frbom o~kvuraors Hampton and '+chUollh that they are able to preserve t.e sPeace in their States, his policy I to throw the burden of maintaio : l 4tdatnupon those who Olaimi that the 7th. Senate will s Ali 6iý theL~ 'i~lL#f~ wool, r to t t $enet will spEak upon It. Jut4e Vie is m= otiaro4 a. ltdtl·ng to sea* k against Keollorg's ad issbag, &tflltltb A CIAlL3, O@ HAVIeS. rhi New Ptrrdl(en tIefpresses Ii"Iii Opinlion ot eeuthefsf Altate. WAeM*1P1rOt tM rob tao-A delegtttinn gf oohed pt eS from Mouth Utrolina, anly eowp~ee1 of (ion rese~tii luy, n and it iti, Ju111e Wrd ht, Or, it , 1Jt~te lien tot ax=~ we , I. rtoao r 041 on the rele4t They u t e tale folowing to ttr oft a Itt sritow The Piesident upok with Derfenrt I trailoes. et atite At he teitlrui tto re" maove t he nnteang etnats i ntet1 tit" ratsi, itghdiy tho p titlEit tdliferenoee rant hin iflt) the I'ootr les, that ieeltrert I men snd tho fotl thileat ntight not needl the +roteoltollt of the army. lie atattt itd rtnt the One of mitittry rut'co tin eivii it rttre woIl iptigtititt to t utin pnhlt of Att brlali ttplitfutrone ati l ptottll ho I dleetPt0di l with if toeniitlbl, lie, how- I pruir, ot30gtniell tho It u'olty of t Ite- Ie t.l+,.l lVrt~arbf t, till'II thtat t I tg of tpateo tfo I itfn righ ts i't Ioirlt~toint it4 x+_ netite t hous ld h *bti ni trtw1ine by h1te + l1I'0norrttit of this Moutth. 'kite l'reeieurot, etiloil that, with reo e 't''t" to Ihn Ito il' tt4' dl i if 'thttllleb At tutte Olt txiletinti It Moitth (In tttlittt, potio uetitlug6 w~i~ttloh I heu1le~ntitd .Mii'0~~e101 ee IIog *111,Y )R~ld~lO111 I114+ IIgCPPC I11YRsp~ gn'rnt atitiietv, he Iuroltiitoeod to ,tr'nreet' the Attr! qlot 101 left, by hile pfIt euteewrOt, attith to eatlnitie tit, tOtnidtlriei of allatre ersrfllly atndi tlehibritatehy before bh itoteli, Thi delegattont then withdtlrew, after elxtresilng their thankse, The **rrne o Railroa Col"M11100, WAVoIttIM# i, MArch 1).-M-ºr, MIttchiehl tkiss Weit's 111601 a4 UChairmnt of the Meonate l ailroa Ugaiotteitte. hO 1)etm ertintoiu t hnue tohbe allowed two on poliltinai aotmtnittees. Orien Wantr Mt. ]eIterans flarck. Wkstritrorun, Maroh 10,-'A oammunl oatiton was reeirred from Mr. Irton, President of the Western U ion Tele0 grata Uoktmigly, rigqi*6tlfl to reeWtu oi tue meoseages, eireri thousandIn a mbar, revsutlt delivered to the tom=a i ttbee on I'rlltlege and Elect ad ltbl oz thre tabltoh, A Irsttery Strlke. 1aw Yowac, Mareh ito- ptieihl Agent Anthony (Jemetcek, thts afternoon, made sweeping arrests of the down= town lottery dealers. The prittoners wire arraignerd at the Toomibs later in the after oou when those who were able fernished bati. Thote who were not were locked up until mornilnig, penid hig their uttartlntiton, A fLnrttce 5'etfaarratlie, inoTeW, Maroh 10. --A fire on Prince Williani tttt'eet., St. John, New otrrone wick; loes s*0u,tUo, o l. te persons were killed by fatling wails, toeipuleot5 hF4eeatiea. Uertrinmus, Ottoe Marok 10,-The bili fro' aeui puleory edutation passed bothi houses. 15611 C~TOMINS. ,=ano~n aterplttr IIAntVtoetti, Cit.. Mareta 10,- In North Mant hesl et yestenrdlay, titirint a le the etseetite of ther Calrhgrpital onnl iltrcrh was bt~hlown drwn, anti thet Moth. dlelot (itatcrh was utnroefetl. At Natgigtttu'k Ihe rh lrtrond was oh etruterdl by oveiliow. The Denamage tn New York Neil Viosat, March 1?Ic--Thon dianiage fromtidstrctttIton of buttrlint s, windows tco,, and tho sinking and cool iton o' vessels in tsle vicitnity ny yesterrdyeN1 gale, Is etnstiatred at nearly $lot),t).uo A Frreshst in the Mohawk. HIlilFitVA13ti T, N. Y,, Maroh to.-_ A great fr hot ptireaittI In the ?toitawk, Tihe water hits risen twelve feet shine litst night., and is eighteen feet eIK Inches above low water mark. The lco hitad broken, and the lower part of the city Is submorgod. t I ' enmi~ttEteiane. Untieng. Writann~n taiii Ptt,, ?alarchi it.- T'hr Mutsejchtnoa iIn tifteeti frot abtlove loow water ninik. '1tte H~atse rn oveifloiwel arnd ritlrk lmut cdod twmot.Wtr this cthy attll hiigga traanct FORttnltN. s iat t rt r r Ilm a lI o n . lPRi, Maitch IO,--The Utniver nn nounOc'a an imptrltaint eonforfnolc of iivIo Ambnusalors whith (,,n.. lgnatid. ' (ntrut lMriavalolTff it, the Frenllhi Foreign (Jllleo todtityV, to 'eliberatAe on the tcnor oft , oollo,'tirove ntoto demantldilng of 'ur key agurantet' calculated to satlefy Tels Power ait the shermaa Iamtllly, (Vtroun a herald ilites'iew with hniorn.ary fllng. feporter-ý-Wou't the country be sat. lrted with John Sherman in the Trea sury ? Mr. Btigelow - The nomination of Kherman tor the Treasury means (ein. Sherman for the suooestion ia 1861. It was Jehn's intention and expectation that the General would have beea nom. inated in plaoe of Hayes, but he coyv ered blh potatoes a little too deep; they did not sprout till after the Convention at Oinelnnati. 1,eporter-1 don't understand what you mean by planting his potatoes too deep. Mr. Blelow-It is not necessary that you should at present. I don't suppose Hayes would understand It either. I don't suppose he hiM any idea that in tutting -herman into the Treasury he is uniting the purse and the sword in practically the same hands, and there y rendering "lteturniug hoards," lah are Just now unpopular, no longer neoeusary. Under such an arrangement he ci~t be made the soaps. goat for the sins of the last Administra. tion and driven into the wilderness, to tie inilnlte editlcatlion of those dear old ladies who delight in holding etnergency ooltf'reltet-a and are always curing the political diseases of the country by sounding mautuifestoos. J, I. W lkoer, iD. D. 14., I) Doiord atreet. Imnirtnnt to anuar pla(ttrs. Idon Trouard's advertl.etlnnt.L `~~3- ~~-e**---· ft. & N. Bemory, asnou ner, 45 Deaour stirsek pa tiea W anrt os, eAn. a, stle lr As brill 5ese bias an stss m i tb 4UU 5.iE~~W (&5& .jLd lie Wishhe to be Colletors of the Port of New OrleoaiM. lie Ofl'rrM to41 (she Up the aovornor" nhlp ftor th1a, hut is 1'o. tttclly Itt'filtolf~tl. Icrycdrrt ( to N. ti, V~tntvrnt, i WAsatatti'a, March 10,-- A moveti nt to stake war with tihh Uolweotor Ort tute port of New Orioanw 10 makling head. Way Ijort, 4 l1istl tiato was trait North from Now Oltetians to thurat .lnt i hat 11aiyeiu hadl oftorod .h'soknrul ttoe (toiioet otrnIhlp It hou woulf1 atuRtflol hkn pJ~rutn nAlonA to the (1' yernotfubii', 't'hin le iln nnf~iitorI by I.Luryun .404 (r1itytortly ten hotti wll itlli hiln 4 nltlrt oy fo Ipo, I 1F(#fn! h'ttvr'ycr, tt-'lay, '.hnt Potono fr.latt ioif It 1½;kttr li 41,oko ovtu' turou of thot .sh;t. to Hsnloiy Motti-towp, nnt CIintI, I ipp r' ,y v rlt'tI tltf rn ii it 'lltit'r Itinedo tir I lf'ttOIli t S, I Waa tol tim i'1otikni ll Wol tii lIso itnllogt, to hi ren t nIi,, ho mlt vi i io r umulo oi ima I ii v tntoo-Lloom,ý Vtr1,i fli r;v i ot o ii, mttjj t V"'h . IP~ No Doubt of Ith hti1nti CViftlitiutdtl In ulil 'tio. ay. The Fight is Meot AyInint EvairtW and Mhtwx5 liut Hays#w will Triumph with, Dttmneratio votes. tdpprel I toa the N. 0 Dewroorrt ) WAU1utarroW, Maroih 1i,-- Prom ths bost, nuroe of intformattio, Ism se sle tted that the (inlbinu will be eonflirmed thli nfttrnoom. The oeutnmhimit will retort usnanlmoowly In favor of all @ia oimgpt Ihvnrts, who was rm'ferreln to the Uommltto n 1ormrignl l rsiathoon, and hiihurz, who woN honaieh%' vter to the Irtinni'u. Uommhttnitte There will he majority reponlOe howerer hn tfrvor or Iorvt'tu 1I1mi MoitimrZ, I'roblmhly M1tilin Uumuorron, t h (tlhmonirnnu of thio (loom mitt tee on F'otihgn Itlort.ione, will .41'a440 alonlo in oppoeitlto to 1av trtm, They wil atll he (10,111rtniil, The I)ettialra w hinvet finally monnoul tmlets to yooto for till the 000tn1 nto'rta iin ntiler to Mtve -aInvre lmboral Nuialpirt and gon onttjruigoutoit in h''tdlojy htit ground atdathpt ille lia, ltttirt O1! JUNTICIt'lM OF T.E PI'EA('E COU RT, IAditor l)rno rtal-Thotugh yrour .i. thrlahi show a strong intllllntlion in favor of the bill to tratrot the juritilhd. tion of the' justihe's of the pr,~oo, unow hofore the lenate, I vonturir to auk your tllldultenl for a few wordrs on the isub. ject. It, snems the only purport of the bill Is to restthlot the juritulmlton to the dl.trilott in which tihe justiltic are .IleC'td, TYit Pny "It 14 it atarll bill, tlin.tl whih th'l rn can bO nuot the lelst ejrottion," It, i tihe il otalont of ltrly ltwyers anld inorohntin, !that tlhre rit'!' tra.'n ot.fetrions to this bill anttd that it ought not, to p n Yout clmplain that ts the Itw now itnntlan the pintilt ci ant ltiotltlute .uits lt tiny j!lti.on o ulort hit thR oIt y, wh loh re'tllt itn "p'ro t inlli'n iroItr'cir to "' tlhe firoiiontoI.'" Th'i ,on04111@t to too tll hi lt onlli li4 tinlon!c'lpIotl t' I he I hi,ory Or h th tAll m ii tra itIt of j'1t.itio . ltrluttI. bohtlt uphtli] hmtil for the prol tot t too of ip,1ivitlo ulrihti tMic thi I rehdro i oot I privatel wrongs, the plinttliff li sup.t lowotl Io h to he party Wihome rig.hts lt htv hbiin linvl.ttdil, '.'hs delfenituit .,lung the wrong dloer. It would hoe tbsu'rd to outhithn t hilt hts ronveiltenllt'o thotuld hi alone oi cstultoil, Hiis counvienioneo Is protected by the ltutiversal litw that he ctntu enly be lntl i lthe parinh of his dormlcle. Why shouid the Justloes' courtll be restricted to it less territorial jurisdleton than the six distriot courts of this parlah ? The difference in amount does not change the relative rights of the parties. The district courts are located in the central part of the oity, and yet the constant complaint is that they are too remote from the business centre, where, during court hours, the majority of litigants and wit nesses are always to be found. Ia fact, the proposed change would be found both expsnsivo and Inconvenient to both plaintiff and defendant, It is idle to say that the evils of favoritint or corruption on the part of judges would be correoted by this means. Ivery one knows that once in eflice the justice of the ptacoe like otherd of his kind, clings to the ermine andl never willingly resigns. If the only defend. ants who came before him were resi dents of his ward or distriot, will it not, humanly sPeaking, be a very strong in ducement for that judge to gain votes by declding for the defendant ? Widl it not be a temptatiton for the citizens of t.hat ward or dit.rlHot to creato debts out of their district, satisflod that their judge will decdle in their favor, and that they caunotL be aued eleowhore ? Iut you say ii hka+ uest u.tinhrlnnatoly become nutlnriot thatt Itn ,Olu Jitsl tOle oilur s of thi1i, ity tile do. fIuldant It, t Oiliea hal ittOle r ni chttanel f, L r ta Jud gtueOut Iln his fr.vr, however goodi iIs caiei may by. This is tih uOtigrtsth of a vlitluu do. frt u i theoastattug law whi..tt uflra ,a preanutn to jlttcoe to sup or the visiniatff' oaittu. This la m ost unfertunate statement. I will not say the writer of the above seems to espouse the cause of the dIe fendaut, and to assume all plaintiffs are rascals, for I may presume it ls the natural Impulse of a generous nature to sympathize witbh the ' under do in t he #lbt" O. eth.iig assuprin eat bill ho ad l ot tinder the1 law ntrolllaft g uttdl of other (ourts, utte smootopel ti* tty an y11ago In wk hb hi to inho4iff~i., wael It. In oneshalf of the oaves triad, veryonem know" that c.ltasblt ins . Mlo Ilgaltion and nmlake uo .eolve "harute",, 1vryone knows that a lorng ao human natilrfi is weak, jUMtioes and jtiges will be Isomtimes go~verndtl hby improper motives, but whier litig nt are left free, an now, to ohoose ttieir trittunal, it will be ftund to be a strotn indtutwmrnt for a Jtait.e or Jidlg to denl fnirly and honevoty. Why is it, that one rldstrit eot rt Ohtaine mtre onges than another r U i amso one jtilge lg ikn hot., caspabsle h ad ttfnt.lt, and another In;oke amera or all of these qualltiosi if you foroe ltlRgants to one oourt yout rtstrlot the rights of litigants and ohrff temupta= tional th'tt my maktue t worthlons otf iotr rilpt. juldge, I thllnk the pemopl as well as the hnniust lawy r woullld regret to see the ~ill poas., WR.le.otfullly, 't'r IIsnni It'rpriO K'l PttI'*ttqr.r $P toy lanal !*rper lown of Lwnt leef lAis hy i.tltain 1Revltrtrnlrmins, A gletlls itnlen firtan M.lritatlsll,4e who hI rs i fr Pl+rom titlt., pt+l hohLR .tlls )lt,1l1 Ire Ilheat' Now bLutr'v.'', Mhfnht'ei, iIVlt e'Xlotlltlly disCtourIlgi tuII wllouulln lif ftitint dotw t, l en '. I onairnlo ti Clr; ncnl of !«lnWloea qo t'Oilul blloltoh l tr i lhatl ho. Iit r Il', l lt o r ,ppt.alltn '.l'r , C our illlflrnll t n.ltn tlhat wh ien tho revohlutltion ultln0t l el d th'rro Sdrulttnkon ur tnrip ilatnrmed Pedro Arriola, "prunltUcl'" Ion clonipntlny with nixt or seven otLhOrs of the atottl Ltrlpe", The cot. wae eontlilmlnted in bread day light, anll on the following morning the Number of the jpronunotedls had lnoreased to tthirty ive. " rDays the suo eedinl night thbyentered the houses antd teok from these all the arms and mmunltiesa they eould lnd, In three or four days aftsrwar the Mev.eltion libts numbered s.lty men, all mounted and toler bly well armed. They then thought that it was time to on lenea the work of impos lng foreed leas. "I," seld the lgo tle*an above cited, "was put down t tl but id only *40," homoesdnt of l e had t pay two foriedi the ls da About tNgbt . ter t r fis took the field the reV utlenit left for ZLat. uane to join that aroh revolutionist, Pedro Ntraarje. Theyb had hardly nt seven league from th t town wren a strong detnehmonat of ItltSrlntnt troops, unrler the wommand of Colontl, Ordones, met threm runexpectedly, and inl the notion which flltowed they wOre olompletely route.i, Many of the re bels reapponriad the nIolt dsy at ljarodo, but on t le 'rToe Aid" of the lio trlrandr., not having then with theni elthnr horses or arits, and some of th.er otlnber had even tlot their hats, ()rdoens theou miarohed into the town, When tho first outbro6at of the revto hltion had dtlotroyed the oon tldenoe of ltnan dhldling olattrison, tmatty Crolssedl th.t river from Ltredo to the Texan si.de stmne of theta hlave tn cn returnled, hut other stlJll rtmnate there. ()irdstei. rematined for eomo l ny at ttrnlol, ttl '"thigsm wore ltxed ui.", I to rt-o-nttbliiho thi le ltanl atitholeios In power, lrnd then miarchod for Mo.n torery. HMine March last unt!l thel and tf Novemtinr several nottio of titnllor l ilportancelo Wern fleuiht int and abolut l..arehdo, thu revtolulltInits hnaving taken the town I.wton ty .aatillt, On saoh ,of thtose tsonstnon5t oth patrtits fought well an.l manfully, both nlffring heavy lonses in proportion to the nutmber en Ileforo the outbreoak of the revolution lt.rte.o was progressinglll rapidly; the sllrltt of ivanltrmtt nnt, seom to rt vaide all clhases, New thlt town wears the aspect of a graveyartld; in fact the whole frontier of Aeoxlco, Is in a rulnonu eonitltlon, and the intorrter of tlhe coun try t!tnnot bo much better off. itevolu lhirn h.en ruined thn country, both flrunnialliy notl morally. 11. In not. thoughlt thir.t D1)lt can hold nn ito the l'roehloteny now tlhnt hus ht-as It ortltitltind through fraud andJ t-roeath. oyt. 9Qithg',q weas htot for dotrl(l hlls uitlv e~ a wt hihlnr, Ito uetaitnlnd Isrrdo ns th. legltimhnate UChlof Mrlgistrat.o of thne ntion.A Aft .r Ilordo hail fled the country and Igln1.lna wasn proolhimed I'restmin. by thn revelultinntrot, (etlnor alI Palaoliol alnd Qutiroga turnod over to (lunernl Trovrinn theo troopr under their conmtinadl , I ntolvitigi a ,uarauntee of pro toot- to b y th lanst named ofllc r. (Jutroiga relytlng llon the word of Trevlno, went to the former', "rneh ;" but a few tinys afterward he was arreet ed tried nond rshot. biaz, after taking Mexioo, deolared himeolf Predhlent and got the 'other revolutionary obletf to reogalse lhiml an .olai. as sueh. Along the Mexican side of the fron tier there is hardly any news from the interior. Trevino and Naranjo are said to be In Durango. The people of the frontier hoped that they would see no more revolutions; everybody thought that the risings of 180 and in 1871 would be the last. Now, old and exe. rlenced men incline to the belief that Mexico, as a natlom, will never be free from theme perltdhald social outbreaks. The people a pear to be unable to live lnaeably like the teti ens of other lands or to do what is right and honest. It seems that there is noi remedy for the coun try except annexation to the United States or a protectorate. Either must inevitably emne about sooner or lator, the soener the better. ItedinKg IleDw n Grapi. They have been experimenting in O(allfornit in raising hogs upon grapes. Mr. Joueph P. ,,ow publishes in the Rt1stan Rtiver lIaq an account of his experience in feeding a single porier. Ito turned the animal into his vineyard with a weight of 18O poundse and It re mtined there twenty-seven days, hav log nothing to eat during that time ex c!lt thie tlluest grapes, such as Flame, Tokay, Blactk Hamburg and Muscat. It was then slaughtered and weighed 113 pounds not, equal to 203 pounds gross, showing a gain of 43 pounds, or oneand a halt pounds per day. He was sitting silently by her ide one chilly evening ast autumn, thinking of somethin to y. nally e re' come, and wil >ash . NIEW$ 13Y MAIL. 1515 WN'ills Eloes nij is qti.tettii Of I t solsi to Illtet( inloti Nnhpirrii j t' Aefitief -t le Match 9-rho Uatw11t iula Aitct 4- ue Mitel tk ldii 7 h Phi. uit) wagie tra uvins tin"" Ivt hdii p iiow enol i tot q~vea'e os nil1 fbrtlyes. b ble4 bojW Sometfi r 5 ii61ttiS)u o tl.ttt, It stletsl pIerl n[single point toW, his silviiiI 1vInyln It dlesli u Ct Atiseat fr tlh pr4lit. duni *111 iVe antitivred kint , ihe fiined5 of ssogea t&ivlt tine hljtp~ltvipir IP Ltie potltlmlor wlrl be like beLn$: a re4 rag et a rii a boll it will onlly niCha o bl the moure if ffvetpil. I'ie opinioU lheul Is thatti Ushe tlehlte is a etrnhl (imens I, Vetn is esneltere4 the *weshet ovf the bthu utt.. slntPof bietsai he Wee s5 pritnli h alls u etfttlx Iall ti he 7l4etogl ( J uinnnleoul, #tlViabiug leads the iijjVop tlfttui to his ovvltlrwtnlvvn, )ivil oweens to vIasghter pint If he neiu, Blaine hes a go f14 .at lowing in his aetveoioui sliitagvtitLr to tits O'iitih ertti piliay If llres, ?ll..ttli sitne hin qtautlM tiippt a1 intiivl tits- tpat-bu'gete Itilt ilitelipfiii. eOt ftfili fti'hW Ilb his wklis, Eth el .li f et st' hi in the piifate I. Ilko tiht oh, k lie dulst !yod Ito the ilivisge whetn he wee itlrttn.l ilt tlt- jneldetvtili pe hlt iif. llv l'i eit ie , f tibte tio the title, snit "4lvistleii is ineutivir, I0, wty±, lith iipplet e if the gallhtros Iwiu. inl-si v io his ,t.li isetluiik. iieiu t 'm 1117 1.41 iui 'q'Iiy µi it K- 111-g , 11-111 is }itin( s a lint 901 ffrr P oit l ve t)i m-1,i)gisjus Ie Vke vi ine Iiien st Ijileui, [stil s- IY 9 utlnei it, Its 1 list Ifeseil *1i triep v ii ?N ie GOV. ralt (li t ttlscst l to s w Ks cplHr u !r thyts tiatttrR 'there, t slie i I t'irlnilovi (i~nr it-rll ' t .'vetfvlivvre, ?isieli 7_- 4 jtv1't WAR ten itatii hire ti. fii ill i t tiunlt tier (li,. l'i.ain wale iiisI-ig iii levine, Wit tilt lt~i. ne tle iii El ire eii tiuirniihi tlhe iCtti vi less titsn fiiivfi vi's tititn a rowil of fullts i:i.u thtn ,iii pensp it b i geuhetpvl t ti i. i1rp.t wtlh C hautil (vi of tin. i " greet the isttlv eiitohd VrFetOleiit, sthi Wfly eiteitia not of tole rlghts, Wbcti tie trais "arene ii, lote bend lts gtlt to piay, Cn4 as eSob 0 I t iiotipv, a peslefel rulsh *lV aallse mr the pilaee neems in thie rea. but tf. Tldtles fl not thtee, The whole IS@17 (levi, Nwiig beting seki nfi the sfrpe oi one iI the rate, a yell wee mea tip fur hitn to speh eN he fatipvfltd briefy batt not very ever ivi~lthpl o rid NmObato tither things, tht they bi beenl 4 priltei of he ipieuidenaoy bv ¶e baneds muse fad, basl s toji tlji 14t t ot t*e; the lio ene~ win¶1 tena ereaser iomd o tb lit I1 were seed to alight iii fal itm nd rewse thr mce~slvb'ief spveeches and thou etueleul ~p tulle the W. TU VAII11ilrltlT Alt lasIpeht ntat the MaIshla Up of the Psepis's, l~isntsry., t piolol to the Oil4Iil ItI nlrfA ,j QutelvlAof huiledfkalitlelans. the djltiisV t AV, ptiittieoto are tntii tied very elituvig irssvv' himielCltin May be onthlrttd to Mir. Witt "let, wet is all teld ufiusvi hi i teens. It 1555 nob known lilt lidnightl lest nghlt that lvetsus would uott. sIvpt, utrtifivtlhvv, lCht ho woutevl 5mhpt esi.11e4 Ihe nounituerei sat. CWho slcittild tirepresent New Mtiiilatil, Ilejrlesehtsttee Herila Wee strotgly rteasid Ify the 11 ."A Navel i'orInIvttes anit siletw, atnd lIme by fro istep lint luVIts settlied live atit"-,t it live" tturtitiy flay bh taklinq the lrite in vtie teeth. 'vho lionit'lute did tnt wahin uny Ltieo rat nnivtrsted, litt it toe nitit htr ah neO, they ote a lelati with Ket- who is olfeissvrrr. ivest Ct B 4 an re itnn ponulfar, 3 isihfl kit tviiilh p1 Pseti, 1P hnd l leong all l'si Pro etvt tIyes last night, when lfeyes epititneil ot leivgfv his ItittlnHI to' vrtd Lhne Ititili whith meets Kay's ilupt l Spr lie wi.iUaivsd fr ttlt,* plea"e by hCr M , ifofthes (flil6 n'vien 7tnsed l 4 ,Ielv of the tim. nittuti C kimiteft inl, L' s shift of platese b wilili d etent was maitle Alttrney (lenerul i kSiv;rry, Mv'oreteryt of War, fue e ivhe instinct ifi Gieeral t1hvervtt, Who iosiielve that either a r iv*lien or is rigsUIr oilier sltonl1i he dlae4t inoer I biut. Stid tint a tolnfqni-r, The Altobaey (Cleo. t ereisbip wee c li ondersCtnol to i=, tmnoe In lCl. f vvlvvrlst.Oe with Iletetis icste, Thnumopeon wee i, a ttpp d ti n bet tnnogist the Blan lltetison and Wirtiiv fIvrtinies in itidtiea lIe Is 1isl,4d Prho 'iD Men tlntiviegtit c vii w as on of the live of the Itilee, a eAfia ltiao, at t(Jlvutietl, who tre. Nleed to oten for Ii eyes sfvsr the breiak. He wli titylide tute vietore lii It evui 5til onelurlvnsiiie end g fotllnoko. AN ItWMA MlQtW N. It Is un Errer to Think That It will not be NeeesYary. Slootrit r-Juttrnml, J Wt anrtttitost, Mcroh 7. -il bl boeat statletd thant nn extra susI n- of tCongrse. woni4l ntt be e'e~eelay. ot rat on tA o. u leI a iBtIIl pr~)vilou unrlnt wh'ih tl,e .sorstary of Wa1r (n1 i.slue his waCri.t tN for tite tnotunls rseqftirod to miner th" axpvnoee of the armiy until I)cw.imbr,. This 1I a mist'kn. This l'or asi a rc.sae'ottnsnt, io Iet, f an old lstatut, andl attptlisl cmiply ti the pLye ,tiont tfr tiatsportatIso gld tl3 n Itil lupplisn, Aie lipultleanst are feaorinl a l nrly piriotl for the n'itlr L ssclon, thloiki.gl ta ti IEly will he able to iepture the Ilto ,e of ltepresnltatives, f'ie pl.an is to appouit 5 marllt. lbertt,oratlO raetu.bets Ir Conf rs.es as posskb,' to lIorative M.els, ant thus to, leor a ltepuliton majority. VPlter and Iltlt ks are the mostpromtitnit }piub liotn oadciatee flr Hpelaker. Among thi De oorst., the namnes or Sayltr, Merrisrnn, tos, hlackbarn of Kentluky, Aouse of Teunoease, gThody, and othUre, have been disoesed for this Sodiltlt. NumbeII rs of Southerners thinks thlt it d about timen the ioth wee teogo.tad in the iovOerIaent, if t le over to be renogulsed, and even reports say the ouilth ought to have the tlpeakehrbip. The I'ro, ilent had at one time, ititeded so nall the elira sessdon for the a2th of March, but it it now thought boat to ecl the oesm stein fer May. ALVUNSbU SAi LIE IN llPliT. Taken Down by the Polioe, but los. pended Algan. George ltechweln proprietor of the Untly Ious, at 47 Seeotld A`venue, suspended an .l ngy of. "Joe" Bradley morose the .dwalkl front of his house and lef it there until yesterda' at noon. Then iteandeman OCampbel and a sub ordtlate liloer of the Thirty-.ifth struet pollee buled it iln tore it to pieOes and threew t lnto the balk yard. Mr. felonawetla sewed it together Slid fastened it to the neOter leastafoP 0ltop of his house, and therl it will ren ain. T.here wee iltense exoltement in the neighborhood white thme etlgy sung over the sideowlk. rowds as. setbled In front of the house, and whble some threatened to sack th+ house others promised to sustatn the propri tor n his course, he pollice noted upon the oomplaint s mad by the netgh. bors, Lu the Unity tlHoaie st the room( of the Do Wilt (linton Clnb-an oil Daemooratita organ. tIntlon, to which many of the must eoalpiotuous .Demoorats of the oity bel ng. "QUVITATIY, TOO." Mr. Hayes le Ticklish About MIs Title to Oetice. L[Spolal to N. Y. Tribunae J Wxantsruron, March 0.-A d legation of about thirty linuani people callm d upolin redslden Bayes at 38 o'cliok thtl alterwlto. lhe meeling bad been arranged by appoioutment. There was no speeoh.-maktg. 'be Prhesideut said be regretted that he e.tlt not talk, bit the pressure, f his duties was so great the he be not the time. The anterooms which were. crowded with delega ltons awaiting andeieoe were proof of this. There wes one etlnidoent telkrasue wlr refer. ence to the result of the leathmn, One of the deegatee cono rt.lsted the President upon be. m& declared r liv elBseet. Presidelt Ea-es ied, lnA eqtly, t 5.ss * 4 1es~as .v basr flerey 6n$. .tbi ro! ljii lb'pnbi~n l ti:w T notiiE go mm " A4 r'~od rtrastud mt .latpet-ba naloes alet r aii ereu MtOr.~ 1110150 With tVitbetilJ enmet ueilthniif hIe aeb the ii1B.i icr t tot~ere ai the blo(Iylybe4 litv ikttttt ykt put ti guie aaipra tioi.ateo they1 Vdsiiii; ated eltaretni , asr n o Bsa the ptriioy taletr tL ui osrnt f~~~i~~j~tr ~ tetter risn odI s miry btt urrear ty loft the r ýQIi 4 ecrt~Dilrtier i~ b~t~dllEcrtr t~ plllrtr aM ift o etldap bei p nqO lhimet as to t1*1r lie" vo the flew tlio 1t .frtfti. air, Mrttovi who fhtin6re a fei agotsittu, mell 1t.t fne44i;w1 a eif AC tItC A4im ilttct ti, a ntilt r4toeug Kr. ilpxdII Cs tjt Adunihtobrutl~t1 ad 1111011#1114Mr tlitlne had leaped beyi ire Ie r.ari to the# Cue.h 0151 VTgln 54t9e. A Jab 4maheti by deans of a or a5W35P A Mlolatmftu t, 6 tfA ., t iiweat, 'Th rift of ih41111shg0 o t torrt4 t frtW tom tV~tortfitlafit b( 3tiitl in .h' Wkt· Ltdllltllt 6 su /,irtwats N dui'atr rraarrg vault hrl ltwy 11 * iI t, 1; rant wulit qItw tht1o41' ii.y wie oIrote * Attorney *t l lte the i 'uti.' ein wft p..e$O 411a a v ry vlikutelt ~ruu1*.t, I I tp~wt theit +elno X Walorat we. e 41uP sr iT ki 11 i u I Isnttcltet u (jtrpr~l (118I ittgr) (, ho' g t uI t'le ff9 tipJsti the ilrs t1,,l4atIr P"l .1* t iCtle $aW -,ls+ ~ij44J 41' 41 4 . m i 1)1 4144 4t,114), thiat It 4 tint tWt~,, 11 41t1' t~ lI.I 'uliti~tr +0l pot~ty ii, 14 4irtrt,ti o. 1jt l" 1.1) v114114. 0tet0145 Au the .luti .,t . w tiiH Rl4 tnl u 14 oiil.a A l l l v -rtl 1 , n s H c n n ts l 't f 4 ~I o f `tt r i k i l tuI , . r 9 ' t t'i u II e fl o ii 14 lfir~l'i1 4444 t Ii. .. l"Iff'114- .~'1.441f4 , #41~tfl ' I 1t l v i . t1 .u 4 .1u.l , ' '.1i, 1 iy ($1 t4l-4 pi W #) ,rtrrQirplilk Jl' hI .r l ~ jr.,r il. x,411,, II o lA * tuir 4 hI p si mi ttfi I I 5 it u 4 4 . 14 1 W 4 * aI Ii 41tD .1 it~i4sti '1 rl-j, t444 lS444ricar 1 ui#'e07' a 5 1147 rrn situ= , :fl ,n 1111-4 i: t- rt !tt 1+lu t 9 0 41 4441.17 Ie Matt 4'b4irli. 1 a-4 ' Iuri 14 .4144141 , s h1l 44(4441il44 , tus17IP tl4e 01. 4 lutllt41-,I li Me0,saa tiLhr titw Woo A*Snr4tit ill" Hsi.)talne 01n1 t (41 a$'~ag~li I I. cllm tt/ iit Wla'4 I. 4pe444l11ý1 4 Iti' M& I i lm mel by 1011,4 WY, itsl atprt:,lP.Jl inj'llcm wtt !la lt thot h+ thill not41 min t41 iI t it iri lslt Itie ao e sai las acli u Olin tihe pl tnt1 fMCYU y. ooo Withd withaliy, bat in the 01141 him alsoe, frt.y Item tU415ti4)4144. HeI allued at W. to bppolit o 1~f~rrrtl itiit(i toit tuft. 'hl ut ho 4s etod il ia man W UAar he eeleot(1th houg4ht ulve giv le tast oetIoW K5?0'II APPOI~tflIUNW. And she fise omt fa M1r. Kalov 4*1sa ifs poll"ey. Yr Mtfor W W i sobau aY(IY Kr. In X11 t a fit' * 61S doo o [atrilo to a tr rtintl ýf a t-lo tou the 0 b~at4 tedtdj u. tS. 5.to no it noege as h t~~rl fh*thswl the kufies i t141 taeýs t t lror that ishall b. jusiiti satider~ Ili t at atlaAs a keu1hlnnla hit was riNO. it let.*rm nod to tender ein s~itobhaotelt to 1e t yt lait it 1ll. otoii . ip ~ d. ha Detiora' wir~ had ftee ht rat lb ýttf~itt., but is nesw t i 9luuighlyto o mv i-1 as well. Ti this and S dtupoa d to tans Rts 1e Jotrtsnau rx. iiaiglly re rse5utative $r i1llhtiroller hu r. t Was fooluaI leau el jeet:nubls o h the liejp tii aoid s0W ,o wtnhhas uily toheridon. 'Im the mIft Nlie y *biblpe tmuit is o Is uelo. to #the 4t tr deintolstratlo hms Oupi poreo nafinolt e freely dse oute. and disteusatol twi M honoraible topt eseoat1e of their ow0l0l 0 anil who l I~ fo ill sympath with bot #4s0e of the Mh" torn Well party. Toni. , it loaed, eleari1 hea way for what is-&ig follow, T eiP srdent WhbeeIr In to 1s tees IoflIIIIII lo thV rIkmnt. It" will he lan artloaipatas l adrtlnetrulstoleis 5s fril hiwas a t. afbevlr ofi the (labtoet. It that1 ift~Mer lbS Meat mIj liurilr he wI tttitftelIr tho j nm h apliflte br the Pr.4e14u5 visit the Mi4tlf0tsu] fW116 ut thtlrtliee4f Itb j oesi ss ui as Sth Gru, ii., ali rlee t i r what hi able (trms all trOIiloubleI' ;A bne paeeptabtlibealid by State atunir , wIthlr sup w#I alnk.4 parwietlo as the Pi eadeIM rightfully eatond. The ?'reIittt's Irtnsi that it this ptrey tas, it will be thfn fal h/iit ~ eict hei e, aIO will be trio sIr4 ay alea that4, f it dsU 14 garde. They il~~ttcl bxth will break dovE tth 10)0l1 luai pit Bis, iaehieg old Whigs Oldlis 1 Irgaebte them 14nt1 a elm.. e amlrinehritiA party oif whitee, to whore the ).iaot. will lsttb!: iiyadhtera~ge.---------a, a wllbr) rs Whsat Thaly Think aed WhmCt They Afrrnt Of. LN. Y. lireldri The ltemomrate look ut Wl tli, trihe at Mtral perhr?: . most of tl~r,irl, bn!,sfL e WO: "Nvit ic e .er did s'tand 1,1t," they "C) ant bignn J11t rm; bmit tin gory $n, eesnr have yonu 0 bop' otbtirwie 4f of t1 evhry ire not tuolelld Co take a "At atrngsk but rather to ptan4l off abnwe etuI wll W.If theei4bUl ie tiSghti VreaInth dOsbnoetriutnsteiota the Da t'anslors twe luioltaed ght to lot the sanoe ti t am (0 tUhm tb.mlvoe, uunlei the dent ibl do iiatun a, whet, in the 1 C meof bit fende ho be. n a wnowtae lyayd order the tvoope in noth Gol Lorai.aa to nteder. no more in the there, aadie, Governor. 1iloholle end takeo oaeio o irr that end will e . v the ere te sniot' jbe .rýý J t ioveroonre i ol flapto n ~ hal1 t ie lilytoh eand no ne tr bl pr les. mt th Nie.Ldst bea been }era fet eay .semt di e aytlemu si )nria ý gae'vaaor tto g1se muohayfý as . MaIne atte lose pert. may enteut.bei tuaa abort the Iof3tbsn7 of It,. Its I. not 1601 $ i d owdd of irep iijr limsb, Th entrpvlana new.dai r. t heid forth et d.lbwaht's books ehande ais , seerlbe eornr of Canal .tai o not r r ieniln to the limb, end go further. We raoomnend all buacda &eusdear. We have on our table the N1w OQrlsaa Ourren ~e yeat17 report of the sugar morpe of 1ruienaa fot 1'471147. In firm Ii r" inarkably noeat mdl wall g itteb rPo I lnit*lrshe of the eflotheby of the P ronhe work jasýpisopitie, sod in ubeta(ie ist "^. full of vaiab im tifarmition soImutltio.lly hnat.sd, sagwe .hrw to cro iher p &rygspb Goon Tms'rL-What a bieesing it 1s tb a gmod met of ts H,; bad toeth destroy the maikes. one llimprrew4 fretful anId digi Iu. d, B. Walke+r, 18+I Drilord etruer,, cal taLI, moat dilapideted ms'.nth. md with taro Irtrl mirke suob a tramfourmnaioo that ueba will thran eltb joy to hod that, st-er marfip 7 of .soff ring, be mer agslu erij'y ma ejoad t age of bis earth, and hare some plecuri baja groans sod paine. LaTs A31AZ4X) -2wot, late in the t ) but early, end ne ka,'. aer tom. d#e i*id, itr' r H. Iern «, 0100 acid 106o fl sweet. White per .fse . ýpd nd Igourad, black ta s el *tewr Sad 5RARI 5s