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butee that hi? present performance denotes. He acted
on this ocoaalon the veteran soldler-a kind of Dagobert who M the heroto figure aud central personage la Den aery's drama of " The Old Corporal." That ploy baa been seem and described liefere now, and It* Incident? do nut require a prluted rehearsal, however much their ob Bcuxtty In the present public recollection may justify a paoslag reminder. Hie appeal to human luterest sud ?rmuathy at nade to rest on a skilfully worked plot, and on an exposiuou of wrong and misery that are un|u?tly entailed uis>n a rlrtunus, houorable, affectmunie. aud bittet ly ?irlieted old man. The situations __ ar? evolved from the network of circumstance are such us greatly help the actor. The result Is an almost heart? rending exerclM of the element of put no?. The spectator sees s noble person-" a ?"?*__? anda gracious, aged man "-stricken dumb by sud? den horror and rigiiteous Indlguation ?t tbe StSatY cruel, bldc.u? charge of theft. Thereafter this Wtwteaea belog-a? helpleas to write as he Is to epeak-ls seen to exphvlu himself tobtscbildreu m dumb saow; ami i is torture, are aggravated. BhSOO. te SRS^?y? unendurable, by a constantly resisted haMttiJ breathe S c. rt.ln secret, -bich when disclosed, would brTng hsPiniiesa ?otb..?e be love,, and jtistIce to au loured fame. At thr last SO auddcnly rega.us bis ?se of voice aud, in a paroxysm of i?ower aud exultation. make? utter eoiuiuest of his foe and of his evil clreuni atanee?. Mort readers, no doubt, will recall vue cira ruatlo story thus outlined, and, ah-H?OOaMSasly, will rememlier that?despite lU luhercut force of BOS atea and interest, and the skill with winch its moment of elucidation and adjustment Is held baca, the drama Is dull with the Insipidity of strenuous virtue, and BOOTY with the details of chimney-cm tier domesticity. These are good thing?, no doubt; but It was the oi-.nlon of so great a man as (Schiller that there ought to be leiuoa in the puueb. r-ignoT Ma)eronl made a ?pleudid use of bis abilities in the pantomime ?cone?, aud therein exhibited a stalwart facility for dealing wub the primal elements of dramatic ?rt. Bit preeervat-ou of the identliv, ulso, was thorough, ami wm worthy of ?master. Ills speech was good ; but he wm better in action tanta lu speech. He evinced a perfect sense of the picturesque a? in tbe posture of prayer, In the BSOBtifal mountain ?cene. He evinced sweetness of feeling, knowl ledge of the hnliest pansions of mankind?the love of parent? for their ohlldreu, and the sorrows and sacrifiera that flow f: emit?ando treniuloO? sensibility to tbe tin pulses of honor and duty. Ids portrayal of tho ngonired eflort of the dumb mau's hO-M ?pcech was palulully real ; aud through this lie made th? ?liematioiis of emotion contiiinallv appsrent-as eumincr lightning flashes through tangled misses of dusky cloud. It was. in brief, n brilliant achievement in the line of art that MPOOaihU to tbe tr.ii'cd actor. As a prodigy MgBSf Majcronl l 111 be sustained wltb comparative composure ; bul osa theatrical aritflt he will .lelight the cniiimimity, und jus? tify all rational expectation. "The Old OWfforol" wm mounted in a sumptuous manner, and Blgnor Msjeronl received elllcient Professional aid from Mr. A.H. Hastings, Miss Helen Tracy, Mias May Gallagher. Mr. John Moore, and a little girl ata?ed Allda, angOOt Majeroni was often applauded, after be first ?true? nre--wuleh was lute lu the second uct-and w as si vi ra' t iuies called before t be curtain. The out hurst at tbe moment of vocal resuncctiou was, of com M, electrical. DRAMATIC NOTTS. it is intimated that Mr. T. II. Monell, the theatric?: book-seller, will appear at the Broadway Theatre laic in May. Miss Mary Anderson will sail for England about the 1st of June ; luit she will returu In IBM 1 all audreiiiu'' uer professional labora It is repotted that Modjeska intends to un? dertake th?> charactei of CUo?xttra?lor winch, it would seem, she is as little fitted as uny woman could possi? bly I.e. Mr. John T. Raymond will terminate his present season onthel?tb of May, at Hannibal. Mo. In the meantime, he will act in tbe rural theatre? of Fcnnsylvania. Indiana and Illinois. Toward the end of May, Mr. Raymond sails for Kugl md. It is rumored that Mile. Catarina Marco will soon milk?-her appearance In that city ui opeia. Tbe daughter of Mark Smith cannot fall to receive a warm? hearted welcome here?when- her father, roopeetod and loved while living, Is still remembered wltb honor and affection. Mr. Jefferson was welcomed with delight last week, at the Boston Theatre. The house has hOOfl densely BW! asi each time he his appeared. Disen? gagement ?ill end next Saturday afternoon, and he will be succeeded by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williamson, lu " Struck Oil." It seemed probable, on the night that "Diplomacy" was flrst uctid. at Wa'.lack's Thsstrf. that the piece would have a iong eeen_ntaaee in public favor. Tho event has amply Justified this BOtlnlpolHill " lllpliiui ic. " will, no doubt, hoop it- place on Mr. Wshack'* ?tage uutii tin eins, o: Ibe preoeat ooaoea. PUBLIC OI'IMON. Now comes one McLin, of Florida, who asks the wt.rM la ?irc,-pt 11? it, as oae ol it * eOampfon pel I tie: - and liars ?o gooeral principle*, v. a..se utteraiieea are wholly unworthy of belief. His opinion of bltuoelf it shared bv im-puiiiic with great unanimity.?fMemphis Avalanche (lid. Dem.) From a Republican standpoint, it is very much m ha hoped that Tilden will be lue nominee ol tbe Jieuiocracy In 1880, but It Is ii"t hkeli that he will he. The partv will hardly consent t" make defeat a foregone otaethawo by ro muiiting such a stupendous blunder.? It'l-lcagii Ji.riiniil fUjep ) Bill Chandler, Monty Blair, McLin, Dennis, end the Whole tribe of them, bad better retire to oome frleudlv range of hills in North Carolina, find a friendly Cave With a tl il in it, i r.iw I in Bl..' pull tlif- BOM In after tin-in. The sensible people ol Ibe country areUredol their Idior; -| St. LOOM Ulob .-In inm-rut (K?-p.| Uncle Dick Thompson is light. "The talk Of fraud m '-n way t.inches the i'j. Milentinl tillo." All tkeoonfeealona of all the scoundrels in the smith can't HUM.,' 1!. Ii. HiiM-a, new Hint be hold? the place, after th? solemn form ,litie?nf tie- Electoral Communion. Ou:y Idiot? look for a change. [I;.,?-.... Heiald (lud.) TILDES "liKNIt.l.s OF IT." AV'-i rk hitpii. >, (,, Tii. /'.'.,, ,..,',.h. i Timm. Ex-Governor Tilden, in a conversation with apro?me nt poiltMal friend oo tbe recent Florida <l rel opmeni-,-ta thai lu-had no part whatever d?reetlr nr lutiirectiv, e.i pn. in nur the eoRfeoaiou of the Florida ballot-tin...-. Oo ?aid thai he hut neither ad vised In fawaorMalasttbopoaaoa? of tbe fcMcloral Coumi - ?Ion Act ; lluit he ?nimmt.,l tn it as tue law, ami fell bound to i bey thejudgmi nt nf the lawful tiilujiial tl .1 iieci.i.-u against htm.and tbatheconld not disturb tue poaoool tn- country by Indiridnally, or through othtrs ? on, bnniring exposures ol well-known fraud* to tue surtiio.-. He ?poke with ?Teat cut,..., iihout w'iai ?algal he hi? duty in ca?.- the fraud? ?hmild i>e elearu proven bet?re ? eompeu nt tribunal,and reach to the Presidential title itself by implicating iti ?essor, and avoided any direct expression of couUeiiou on the ?un? ? ;. 0 - TUE SOUTH ERR DEMOCRAT TELLS THE NORTH LUS DEMOCRA1 TO"COME DOWH." J , ,m I Ii* Vickihiu'j Strata !',..) It is now evident that the .Northern Demo? crats urr m much opposed m doing tbe Bo In puhii,- etiterpriaei as tbe R >ublicaos are. I (In Texas 1'... d? Kiilroadts Bot soon begun, it will be ou accoui.t ..t the oppoeltloa <n northern Democrat? 11 there ig mi mdglveu to pr.se: m i)? ,,,,, \? .. . Yalley fn.ta oveitlnw, v?e may know that Northern Democrats arc to tdamelnrit. ??, just posMble that tho Booth isaliflctois.niit. The Northern Democrat' aeeiu to think that they haven i, u ,,t __j of the whole Houtb, ami they net aceordlitglv. ir we p..lut out to themtbat mil:.,,in have been ?pent on Northern roi ways, nv.-is. harbors, etc., ai.d Inelst that the smallest Jnstic- ; ,t the South should bo ?riven enough, at least, to develop a llt?e ol bei wealto, they girt ?~ .t huge di-h it boah abool the gr_ud old doctrine, aud bid usoeware katwoht)oro Ike party. Wear? growing Wenry ef tin-. We are DOrrloalno d. tuk ourselves \i bat would be the ert'-et if rive m m< - , itlti ro Bl itea should take it mai th. n- hcai? to , ul tie n Presidential Electo ral rotea in UMWaWJO sana] ?mild do the most good. THE BOBT OF INVI.-lHiATlONS WAHTED. /YoTO Thf Hij.hut ./ If the Southern (lections are to be inveati ?t /.i seaadals aad ehaiRM of the <? imp ire to be revived?by all all mean let I ?"l?'1"1 '..le?. I^'t the tnui.irv know by \<n QQMa of testimoBT how Musissippl would bare voted uutfurorkiiiiiiieii rioteaoe. 1>I it in- explain? l how the ?rpablican \oio In the colored c .untie?of thai Blate fi : on from two, three aud f^ur thou- md m previous year? ?oless tl:uii u score In BOOM I, In main ins' ?o lesa hundreds (bau there had previously been thou? *Dd?- txtciidthesaiueiiiqiiuiis toother Cotton Bl i*t tbe eonnfry understand the tine iBWardaeM of the Oregon m,:.,u. und tue sadden OaMppooraaooof Com ?Disait.nt-r Davenport, who promised s.o much to pi meg?l voting lu New-York. A free Hint fair election In Mississippi. Alabama, Florida, Louiaiana und boiitli (iir oilna would have glveu the rotee ol all those Hatea tn Mr. Kayea, An honest vote lu Connecticut and Indiana *uuiu, In ?11 probability, have given tbose btalcs to Mr. Maye?. COULDN'T ALWAYS MANAGE THE THIKVICS. _^ from Thf Vhtladeljilna /Man, "e have no desire to qualify nny praise that muy (,? beetowed ou Mr. Welsh'? publlo ?irvice*, tor wo i-- Heve i.un to hare been boneel und honnrable. Rat in r-ading this sentence from TRB ThuifNt we caii pot refriiln from remarking that Ibis very lioanlof xrost?, ov. r whu-h Mr. WeUu presided, contained ?.-,. ?ral ot th? liehest, most powerful, most reckless umi ???tuhaerupulous members of tbe City Klug. As Mr. Welah was a vtry shrewd l.ijaiuea? man, and a splendid ?uaiiager, we do not doubt thai tbe Immense increase in joe rtveuues and value of tbe City Trust? wm Id? work ; ?u\~w far be ?ueoeedrai in curbing and reetraiuiiig WS indomitable Hin* Jobbet?, who sat there with him at ute board, im oue of thv?e tblugs that no fellow can find OLOVER'a CNIIAPPINEf?. _____ Glover. h? doubtless inwardly cursed _?i.Cikr?r V?.101 lu<*--a*>?'nK lor ?caudal, a hundred ?toesiaU'.); butnowhereuUhis spleen on TiikTuim S>s because It bas poked tuu at him so assiduously. We fail, though, to hear him replying to The Washington Fott. the D?aaecnttc orajaa which denoune-d lnm, lttet week, even mo:o bitterly than any Republican Journal haa yet done. _____________ BO i Til H? W? R C?A JUS, LOVAIiTY KOT NOW RF.QITSITE. OA.T ONK SLIGHT RAKK1BK NOW KK.MAIMN-a BK TWKKN THK CONKKIO.K4TF.S ANO i UK TRKASCHY ?TI1K OANOKItS OF THE SirtJATION, I III TfcLKUKAPH TO IHK TKIBl HE.I Washington, April 29.?It has heretofore l>cen considered neoessary in preferring war claims against the Government to present with them, in ull cases, proof that tho holders havo never given aid or sympathy to the enemies of tho Government. When, shortly alter the close of the wa\ it began to be hinted that if the South should ? ver regain her old ?is'endeney in politics, shewoiil 1 reimburse herself from th? Treasury for tho los s she bad sustained in her efforts todestroy the Government, the proposition was oonsbl red ,00 absurd and ont i.igeousto be entert: meal lor h moment, und it is probable that at that time not ever, tbe men of the South themselves supposed that tin thing- would ever be possible. No precedent cxiatccl ' , history for such a cours?. Nothing iu equity demanded that the North, which had already suffered enor? mously from the rebellion, should ever be called upon to make good tho losses of her defeated enemy u* well as her own. Those who had aided or in? vested in the rebellion had. taken a n*k and lost. IVw UM. at that time would have disported that it was right for the Government to rofiiso to pay the demand? of disloyal men for property seized, dam? aged or destroyed by our armies, or that it WOUld have been wrong to pay them. This was a matter of principle, und as stub was deeply implanted in the breasts of loyal men everywhere. Hut u change lias gradually taken place in public sentiment as the tune has grown inoro remote when the two armies stood face to face in battle ; and the predictions which then outraged the patriotic feel? ing of those who had fought and wrked to main? tain the Government seem not now so improbable of fulfillment. It wan eoii'iiletl from tbe first that reparation OUgbl to be ina,1, for all damage* done by our army to tho property of loyal men 111 the South; and to this end the Court of Claims .va* opened for tile ad? justment ef thai class of ilaiius which grew out of tho appropriation 01 sale by the agmtsof ihe Gov? ernment of "captured ami ubaiidoiied property." It WSS decreed in the original act that all such claims ?honld be filed within two years from the peonage <>f the ?nt, ami proof of continuous, loyalty to tho Gov? ernment was 111 variably to lm doSjSndod <>f the claimant. For the consideration of another elass Of claims (those growing out of the seizure by our army of "stores and supplies"1, another tribunal was fronted. Tins is popularly known a* theSou'heru Claims Commission. There was In the act creating it a clause similar to that giving jurisdiction of tbe first cla-s to tin Court of Claims, limiting Ihe time within which claims could be tiled to two year* from I he paOOORe oJ the]aef. ami providing lhat ev.i y benefit iar.v must prore bimoelf t<> bare been a loyal ?lib?rent to the cause of the Government of the United State*. Reside? the classes ol claims which wen- thus piovnled lor. Con areas Itself undertook to consider and pass upon tho-" which might be brought before it, bul in erery Instance it ha* been held !o be a I'n st requisite to -1;. cesa* to prove that ?he cluiinaui bad not besa disloyal. HOW UH'.ITS QAIMRn ? riiolIXO. A general amnesty proclamation was Issued by President Johnson, on the 99th of December, 1998, restoringorery persoD who partidpatod in the rebel? lion to nil m iginal right*, privileges ami Immnnitiea under the Con-liiut:"ii. It is understood that amoag the motive.* wiiifh Inspired rresitbnt Jobneon to issue iluit proel'?mation was the design of relieving those who bad b.eti in the rebellion from the tur tber operation of certain Hmnscation acts which w.re still in tori ?'. mid under which sei/nre? of e >n trabnnd cott.oi were from tune to lime belog made. It i- altogether improbable that Mr. Johnson bad any intention of raising the disloyal claimants for (lainages resulting from thell own esta ol trea-on to an equality before the courts with the awn who bad fought or suffered for adh?rence to tbe Union cause, This, bowerer, by the rub is of the Su? preme Court, i- the irrevocable 1 Sect "t thai sw< op? log proclamation. 'Jim* by an sccideol the door m us opened tor the admission of tbe clauni of en ry man, whatorei may bare been hi1? srmpsthles 01 his acts during the war. who had ralwrad d amaga te property either by abandonment 01 capture. j<uekny, bowerer, the decision of the Supremo Conrt VN'>" not male until tin- two years' limitation viibin which entries could be mude before the Court ?f Claim? had expired, one claim for be? tween 9200,000 and 93W.000, in fact, which bad been presented by an ex-rebel, and w.i? pending m the ('curt when tue decision of the (supreme Court was made, was passed by Virtue of thai decision, which rein v.-d the claimant of the taint of dis? loyal! v, and the Treasury Buffered to t bal extent. As the matter now stunde, the . tot be opened to the consideration of ant class ol South? ern claimi without admitting the disloyal claimant to erery pririlege of recorery giren to tbe loyal claimant. The readers of Ths Tninrxa need nol to bot.,M that one of me most prolific and In many rasp?ete must promising Industriel oi the South at the prt * ent time is the cultivation of claims. As was ex? plained in Ihe beginuing of tin- ai 'i. b-, none exe pt lb,,s.- held b\ loyal meu hare as ,,-t law p giren any standing <u rights before the oowrti or Congreso, either by direct enactment or by precedent! but as it has been shown, the obstacles t" tbe emisidera 1 :? s 11 ami payment of the olaimaol disloyal men hare one by one been reroored, and no barrier rumsins between tbe rreasurj of the Government and the real horde ol hungry claimants, except Ihe fact that m? court st tin? tone ?tante which bastas neo ssary jurisdiction. PLAXI I "l? A BBARIRO <T (i.MM-, The machinery of Congress, it most be admitted, UtO>cumbersome for the proper eonsideralion of tbe immense numbers of prirote claims which ore now conring before it ; and the opportunities which unscrupulous''?um mi* ami slain, agente hare for obtaining favorable reporta frota committee* ami favorable action by Congress upon fraudulent de ngoeagainst the Treasury are abundant. A preoa !?,_' u'ci --i*y < list? for some legislation which -hall relieve the Congressional calendars of these matten, which so seriously interfere with the more important unties of legislators, sud which shall at the same time place the claims where th j can be examined more insccordaueo with the rules oi inrisprudence, and where pm tinanabip and personal loa* shall not hare so great an opportunity for exercise at the Na? tional exnenae. two bills hat e b.-en Introdnred during the present session ol Congress, both by Northern unto. In .king to th.- opt ning ol ihe courts for the consideration m all prirate claims. It i* probable that neither of the gentlemen w no introduced 1 bese um asures would hare tarored tbe payment of claims for damage d.,ne l,y ten armies? to the property ol < on federate-. The first of th?se, mensures wsi drawn nn by a prominent Washington claim agent, ami a Westi rn Senator waa induced to present it. The bill was 1 - 11 :i. ,| to tin Judiciary Committee, where, on exam? ination, its real character w.i* inade 1 loifeat, and tbe -aiiie Senator who introduced it reported it bach to the Senate adversely. The oth. 1 measure referred toi* the bill intro? duced in the House by Mr. Clarkaon N. Potter, nod which, it is reported, wai lately agreed toniihiii m ni-ly by the. Committee on Reform In the Civil Service, No one can doubt thai Mr. Potter1! main Ides w as to relieve < longress from tbe oonsidi ration of these claims, and thus facilitate m ire ii iportaul legislation, Verrlifc ly, ilso, hn desired to remove from the political arena a question which Is likely to give much annoyance to the party of which be is ?m Influential member. Mr. P>.t. 1'- bill proridei thai any;,, on who may hare a claim airainsi the United States not founded upon s contract, or of which tbe Court of Chums would not uow barejur riediction. but founded on equity and justice, may lile bis bill in the Court of claim* of the United 1, setting forth the grounds of his claim and tbe relief desired by mm. There is, to be sure, s -a\ ing clause m tbe third section of ibis bill, which proridei that the court shall find the facts appearing from the testimony in each case, and ?hall report its findings to 1 on gross, with its opinion as to the determination that should be mad ; of euch claim. Tin*, although not expressly setting foil h that the judgment ol the < onrt ol Claims shall not be final, aalt ?sin all other esses, will probably be bold to meanthat the court shall simply net fis a commis? sion for tbe taking of testimony according to the nih* of jurispiaimnce, and for reporting it to Con sraas, where all th*s rights of finatsction now held .ne 1.?er\ed. But Who can doubt that when the 11.nit hi openetl for the eonsideralion of all claims, und i? expseesly debarred by tbe decision of the Bnpreme Court from taking into eon Mideration the disloyalty of tn, claimant, and lire qmredtomare Its report to Congress withool re? gard toiimt ta t -whocan doubt that with the pres? ent ami prospectivo composition of Congres?, (he chance* for tho success of tira Confed?rele claimant, it not fully ctnial to those of the. I'nioniM.will bo at least enormously ndvaneedf ?-"-T TUE WORK OF TUP VF.W PRESS. From Th* t'Uco Kryubltcaii. Tnx Xew-Yuhk Tumirxa comes to us in the most convenient ahapo for use of cay eight-page Journal that reuche? UJ. Tho edge? ara cut where the top fold comes in other?, and it i? folded reuiAikubly true?a great luxury to any one In the habit of gelt lug hold of piper? folded bsp-hazard. THE WORLD'S FAIR AT PARIS. (iKM.RAL OUT LI NX 09 IT. KXIIIDITIONS THAT UAVE IIKES? FIRST IMPRESSIONS Or THIS NS.W (INK-THE MAIN STRttCTUHR A GitKAi enuMnon wiiaovi uik makmm?morr THAN HALF TIIH ?.'ACR OIVKN TO FRANCK? Am huuauiuia oei ra thocadero?poor vks th.vtior. 'i cm a si in on i 1-i'hmjest or the tnmtrsnj Paris, April 1 7.?It has been remarked before now that the first Kxhibition in 1861 was to usher in an epoch of peace, and did, in fact, usher in an epoch of war, such us Kurone had not seen for more than a generation. Exhibition, nevertheless, suc? ceeded Kxhibition, until people began to say they were a bore and ought tobe stopped. Hut they wi re not Stopped, London, Hsw-Yotk, Paris, London ?gain, l'ai is again, Anistoidum. Havre, Dublin, Vienna, the yearly shows at south Kensington, then Vienna, thon Philadelphia, and BOW l'ans for the third time. They seldom puy, yet tho mania for originating them continues. And often as we protest WS never will go to another, we ilock in multitudes 'hrough any turnstiles over which tho magic legt nd. World's Fair, is written. There seems to lie a fresh generation of sight-seers for every fresh exhibition I na.\, even of readers for what is written ahent euch display as it eooaoa. And so to day, putting politics and diplomacy usido, the journalist tiuils himself called onto say some? thing about the latest bazaar which is to open amid lumaiB of war, if not wm it-?? if. Of the history of this and previous exhibitions, of it? official mechanism, of i tl arrangement into groups and classes, I shall have nothing to ?ay in this letter. 1 conceive mv busiaess tncnn?i.?t in giv? ing some ac.iiiint of things a- they am hell to-day, just n fortnight bef?se the day axed tot the opening of the Paris Universal Bxhibittoa of 1h/h. If I mention the general organisa tien of thin big Fair at all, it is to wash my hands of it. Incidentally, I shall have to toush on such matters from tinte to time. Hut coming over here, as I do from London, rather anexpeetedly t<> myself, und with only a dap or two before tho last safe in.-il g BOS mit, I must content myself with a record of Aral impressions of the gouotnl stats of the building and the Kxhibition as tiny are to be seen to-day, with, pethape, boom store particular m-, oiuit of the British and American sections, eg parts of (beat, Nor would it be fair to otter you n deeerip ion of 1 the grounds and palace in their piment emu'.:km as u description of what the Amera an visitor may ex j peot to see by und by. only tho __lesea I Is complete as vel : everything has I '1 to BO added "hieb will convert Ibis grisly frame?oik into a thing o? beauty. I need only say thai the Exhibition is eotobliohod on the ?ame pound as that of 1867} the world-famous Champ da Mars, Boene of that Fete of Federation whit h a sa thought to bare brought tho Freoofa KoTolutioe toa glorious end in 17uo, with King, Legislotaro, Army, and the Nation all swearing iillegiatice to their new Con? stitution; scene of many ooiemnitieo oineo, famiUai to I ho general reader; Dateovorahle m any eyeh> I'lidia by him who has not read, but may SOU feel Inclined to begin. Let us pas? from all that. Here on this Bold flftoon min?tes m a cali from the Place iie l'tlpria Stand tho main buildings of the Kxpo.,itioii of IsTs; two vast parallelograms of glass ami iron, like magnitud cattle-.h. .Is, or the bains whidt admii BOUM of the wharves of New-York devoted i" paeeonaon and freight? An affiai has been atado to five them sntne lirchlteetiual i-igliilicam e by donMB aii'l tt ins.-pt- ? ii I may use sueh a term hut the sueei met t lus at tempt is not great, Iwe transepts or traaoveroal giilii ins, eijiii -distant ir.iin the i ?ids. divide tin- in tortor] iwo others Inelooe aad unite tho ende ol the main buildings and <?f the -pace between them, Which is itself Covered over, two loliki tudinai and many croes avenues excepted, with hiu!<ii.igs devoted, in groat put, to tbe Fine Arts ; s huge pretentious Pavillon de la Ville do Pans, rearing Us awkward bulk in the centre. All these transepts are of greater height theo tbe mam paralrtl?grame. Outside of all tin -. and filling what room was left all round the Inside of tbe outec incloenre of the * bamp ?h- Mars, an i \t:.i galieriee for raachinery, and all sorts of separate annex?e, Altogether, it le a gridiron witbonf tbe haielie. i bave inisluid for tin- moment the official ligmus, but I ealiiiot In- far w loin.' Ill pulling each of the two mam pai_leaograms at obool '_*,o-o by 1300 tool OVKU HAM HU -l'A? RKSKBVKO I "It ll.w.r. The From h have taken tbe o bola of one parallelo? gram im In maelves, and more than ball the Fine Art buildinga which Mparate tins parallelo? gram from ii- fellow. 'I i.i y bave monopolised a lui,"- pari ol oll ih" other buildings, uve the one parallelogram which they desiguale eom* peudiuuslj tli Foreign Section, and which n di? vided among other Datioao In a ratio "i which I will eay eomething by and by. Tbe French have to themoelvi s. _ a word, mm h moto ti an b whole Exhibition, TbeCbampdo liara as lougiily :t,-."ioby 1,020 toot, lln- buildinga cover all but about one-ipiai t< i of this area, at the m.rih wt -i and box! to the th me. J 'he aneovered quartet la laid oat in fantastic groando, with snndry small ciliiiccs; scattered over it. 'Through thai ron ?>a->s down to the river and over the Bridge of Jena into the lio, anii : a name familiar te overybodi ,??!..' knows Paris as tl. it of tin- fit Bl lull ol mound whi h rises nguiusl the sky us you look v. ,st <u southwest from tho foreign quartet of .In city. All the Trooodeco aleo makes part of the Exhibition. Its summit is orowned In a atone tare of which 1 have even wish to ,- k i, |,??? tfuily, hui which, ou tbe whole, muet In pro? nounced "In of l he most conspicuous la. i UM if01 w hl. h French architectural geuius ia respouaibto, It iode Bnod to be in the Oriental style, Whether it be a eopj of anything actually existing in ?my part '?: tbe Eastern World ie more than I can aay. Uni it resembles at a distance nothing so much as a tel eecopic gasometer, which has L'une astray somehow and lallen Into tbocompaa] ol s couple o! dit lipated pagodas with an enormously elongated bowling alley stretching ont on eithi r band, i he bo? ling alleys, it Is true, are curvilinear, bat it aiaj he that the Cbineee prel i I - la that th pa. Leaviu : out tin? pagodas und the bowling-alleys, the central edifice resembles in soase re? spects the Albert i'all in London, and in some re-j.ts the Hippo,Ironie on the Avenue dot1 tima in Paris. I -pi ikof the appearance and general effect at mm i from tbe Champ do Man, or from any otbi r point 0 \ lew al a little distance. It is, m f... i. intended for in- great ceremonies of the Exhibition, and tin h iwling-alhrys are gallerii -? Hut ii this be Oriental deninn. it is the Orient under tboinfluonci of tut third Empire--debsat i mu? debauched as every thing else a is that came Into being daring thai long saturnalia, A clever paotry-cook "ill make j on any d i\ a wedding c ike und labio ornamente m just as good a St] le ol ait as this Linti .ipic parilioo, which the foreigner and the barbarian let m s pretty ni arly synouymons with tin- French) are Baked toaecepi as the Bower ol Gal? lic archttecture toward the end of the ainotoenth century. Ii is mi sort of pleasure to bm to w: iie m thi-t a sy about one prominent feature <>f the Exhibition, which w as .-.i i at sly meant, and which baa, no doubt, sntne, practical merit, some convenience of plan, cine adaptation to its purpo;?e, whlcli may be praiood when the bwilding 1a put to its Intended Use. What the Frei.eh themselves think ol it [can't guis?. To the American who comes here for the liist time, I cm only say (hat lie must go clsewle re than to tin Exhibition if he wants to BOO w hat the Frenen can do with stone and mortar. With NotT) Dame and Bainto Chapelle, with tbe Louvre und the ruin? of the Tail? lee before hint, he < anno! fail to reeseot French srehttootorc as he ought, A ant loo which has done such work us that may pel nut itoelf some caprices. THK VIKW rilOM THK niunon Of JINA. Leaving the Iioe.idi^ro to itself for tho present, ami returning to the ("hump ds Mars, let us ronif bash into the region of SOtnaSOS sense, if not of high art. Seen from tbe bridge, the lofty gallery whicl nerves as fa?ade to the principal structure of tin Kxhibition, tell? Ha own story plainly enough. Pos sibly it basas much dignity as a building which it to he taken to pieces in MX months ought in have The glass ?ido is distributed in geometrical patterns and the domes may remind you of real domes. I landing on the bridge, at any rate, the Exhi? bition mav be seen at its best. Nevertheless the visitor who comes here with frenh memories of Philadelphia must bo advised to leave them In-hind him if he desires to be impressed by the general ef? fect of this Exhibition. Thero is nothing compar? able to the splendor and beauty which delighted him in FairinoiiDt Park. There could be nothing, for Tans has no U.fiOO acres of garden in which to net up it- buildings. The bois de Boulogne (?00 acies) l)ciiig out of the question, all idea of landsi-npe gar? dening on a gnat scale had to be abandoned, if it was ever thought of. The Exhibition is packed into an urea which will just hold the necessary struc? tures. The few plots of gnus und tho rustic cot? tages may suffice to suggest the idea of a real park ; but they are not more than a pleasant re? minder that such u thing as Nature does exist. Ono mdile feamro there is here, the Seine, whose blue fiend roll? past between the Champ OS Mars and the I rocadero, spanned by a bridge built as a monument of the defeat of l'rn-sia, and serving to-day to make her victory more memorable. Nor is there to be had from any point of the interior sucha vista as greeted tho aye at the entrance of tho main building in l'hiladelphia. Nowhere can tho Exhibition, or any great portion of it, bo Beta at u glance. General ell? it has everywhere been sacrificed to details, per? haps to tho pn?uin for system which (listniguis.ios the French. There was not lung to prevent them from leaving open the wholo of tln-n great section- L'(M) feet longer than the Philadel? phia hall?but they have cut it up into as many cnmpititinents as thero are groups and t?a.*-..*, and these again aro subdivided for individ? ual exhibitors. If 18 a Series of closed aisle* with shallow shop? 0,1 .a. b sitio of each aisle. At certain point* the incloMiire* are larger, but you can 110 wh.ie Isea aroiii/. you for any git at distante in till ilii.etioiis. J'. rhap? this is the most husiiiess-liko nriaiik'ein. nt, but in far from being the most pie tuie.*(|iie, and it is not impre**ivo at all. And the low ne** of the loof would itaelf be fatal to an ut? ter .t to Meare saob aa saMtessbls a* that at l'hiia dclpi.ia. These main building? are hardly moie than one-half tlie height of the American. The moment 1 mi enter comes the 000*00 of oppression and coutiiie uieiit. If you puss into the aisle* which divide the groups, nnd which am themselves undivided, tlio feeling is the same, lor the Ulsle? are extremely nSIISB POlhspS lifleell feet wide?and the roof of pitiless glass and iron come? ? lose down, and the walls stretch dead away in un? broken monotony. In the uncovered uvenues it u not much better. The building? are everywhere elbowing each other. The Main Avenue-that on which the fSCndsa Of the various foreign nation* have beeil creel? (I, aloiu W Inch the pi" es-non of ?ill th? gnat ibgnitariis ot France is to pa-s on the opening day, and which ?* lo be the great thorough? fare, of tbe Exhibition?is but forty Beet wide. In some of the foreign aectioii*. each of winch Was ar raaged at the will of its ooismieilonis. Umso sis fewer partitions; in our* ami in the iii.tisb, for Stemple 1 bat even '.hero a wall between seiiions w i- obligatory, ami a Wall S hu h Ihe Inn. h tliciu ?elree built 'In Ides the machinery from all the real of the section. ma vkniii.ation iiF.rrriiYK. What piol?n.?.-- to l?i a mucli graver defect I? the wsatofair. In the long, narrow stales,of win.h i bare spoken, there is, so far a* I nan see, sbeo lately no rentilstlon sere each as may be etreetod by Istoral carre?te of air and one long draught from end to end. In the atali compaitueiits, and ?till mote in the ntaeblas gallerieo, ikon ar?* Win? dows opening out word high up, but so numerous end bdly are the partitions, that the circulation t.: air is eh. t kid, it not completely ?lopped. Ahead? in mativ ports ol tho building* the air i* stilling. If ll be so In.w, when comparatively few !'?' an. there, w in ti many dtrUions are itiU open, when .1.s an not hung, and WaaSB creat blast* oi air rajar through Ihewidei traasrer si galleries, what will it be by sod by, when theerowdi are great and tbe supply of sit i* ledaeedl Ami what will ihe leaf be? Eren la the middle of April if Isop* ?... The -un burn* through tin' gises r.iof, ami lbs in .-- - "i iron sheorb and dilhae oalorie till the sisloo ere like furnaoea, Tim canvas icnenean an imperfect piote. tu.n, andea tke stales there arc a? yet I?) st:t en*. Min h In iV be added, but the ill berent defects of tho plan . annot ?" inen<l..<i. ?;. w. s. ? PARIS PRE9EMT8 A i l.-livi; abPECT. rool n.M h- SBBiTlKO I BOM I v RBI ? m u. 1'Mja. M<.inlay, aprtl 20, 11*79. Fisga an already displayed on many boo.i tin- opening of tin. exhibition. Foreigners ara sr riring from all parts and thestreets presenta verj i , Wednt -.lav will be a boll tin, in all GoYiini'.'iit oftlcee. li.'i.. Amadous ii expected to arrire in the citi to-morrow. THI. BU?u?L? A BUIDOK. 4 i.i u pit I'M ini?i.'W ?ni' uii: LAST FAT MI'.M til 990.000?TBS 111(11?.1. A " slit N-i 1KI. " ro aacAfi i \x vu.in. To the lilt fur of The T r i h <i n e . sip.: Fifty thousand dollars, according to anan iieiiiicement in tlii* morning'* TRIBCXB, WSI paid yesterday bj Controller Kelly to the Brooklyn lliidge Compaay. The cry of that raim?rsele m borso? leet Ii f..r in.>re money will In. loud and r.it.rateil. Next to the King Court House, and tbe Btate Cspl toi, tbe Brooklyn Bridge i* the most expen ire lux? ury iorented by modern financiers. In on. respect lite bridge i* fur the worst of the three nrindles, When the Court House ami the Capitol are com? pleted, the cil y and tho State will be sul.ie. I. .1 only lo the 1 "?? "i s.'ti.iiiMi.iKiiior ,r:ti?,iMMi,(Kin, conpli d with the snnoysnee, so f:,r a* the Capitol la con? cerned, of being compelled to accept a building In? convenient and un ?unable. The present Capitol, which ha- been In ase threr-qaarten of a oontnry, cMttbeRtate less than 9190,000, Tue new Cap? itol suit. .1 in all respects to ?he ;i crease of our p >;i ulation, could ami shoiild iiavo bun built fog -_',.,<m,i)imi. Its entire costaiay aotyot be com? puted. Hut there wiU be an end to Court House ami Cap? itol expenditures*? N"' sowitb the ll.I? I vu Bridxe. The evil riii.M i|i.em e? ..1 thai sebe. W ill begin to be realized upon it* oomph l mm Time almost out of miad a b ink was coiicealetl in a (barter authorizing a Manhattan Company to supply the cily with pure end wkoiesoms water. By and by a railway will crop out of the Brooklyn Bridge charier. Thai mode of "rapid transit "will enable our Matinees n.en to avail tbOlOOl 1res "t ' heap and pb :i-:mt resi? liences on Long Id m.!. And this will bo found to I?- the re .I puipose of the Brooklyn Bridge. It will be use 1 as a shun-,nke to t -t ape taxation. The pre i. see Hut it was Intended to facilitate bnolnceshe tweenthe two cities will soon be abandoned. The bridge will be found entirely useless for ?ucb purposes, New-York,therefore, in it* exces? sive liberality,li iurmahing two or threemiUioni of dollar, to increase ?I* taXOl ami lo diminish ths number of taxpayers. A large portion of New-York is now "for sale," "to lia-t'""!' "I" bl.'' Tho p?o tees of depletion in population and m the aban? donment oi dwelling hollse.* Will rapidly ill. lease when tlm Brooklyn Bridge BaUway tvotnes into opt ration, Ihe c;iv has fottWO orthree year* been fertile ami ectir? in sehesasa lo cripple ami dwarf its eiilernii.se and rcsoiin???*. Formerly and during our palmy days, intelligent nti'l laudable .Ibuts were raade to Inetease our ptespetity by sagmentlng our population. These IhciUtlei were erestodnot only to attract bastaesa, but to make the city a pleasanl residence, but the rule is reversed. All the im l'l'.v ni'iits ami cibuis of tie- piesent .lay are avowedly int. uded to bcguilo people away and out of th.. t il f. T. W. ?Va? Yu'rk, April 27, ls7<_ ANOTHER iild'At 1-iiN'l HANK < A-Uldt. Cincinnati, Ohio, April '2\).? 'lht ?uzelle'i l'ibiuia, Ohio, ?p.-rial correspondent SSyi that V Weu-cr, cashier of th) Citlzi ns' National Haul?, Is a defuuiier i.. tin- assouot of ?ein.MO. Weave* resign, d hl? position lu the bank a we. k age, Rbsa the defalcation wai discovered. Ths tnel was kept ?eerei. until the amount win made up by u???N?ing lin? stock lohlt-r?, and tin bank i* now in a good coiiditluu. Weaver appropri?t? d over i?-T.'.immi of the hank's money, hill tWO directors recuvere.l ir'JU.lMS). Nevcrot Citizen? of lih. n. a nie in ?er? to a large amount, aiii"iik llicl'i Wea? ver's ) cintel bl oilier, Who Will lo?l! lpJO,0?W. Hpeflllft linn in grata in Chicago u ?aidto he the cauae of the de? falca, lull. TWO POLITICIANS FIGHTING. EDWAP.D HOGAN AND JOH.V KOX ARRESTED. HARD WORDS FOIXOWKD HV BLOWS- A DRUNKEN oi'UillKI. AT THK STEVKRS 1 )l SIC?ARR1 olhD AND TAKEN* TO THK ITR.-T PRKCINCT STATION Hot'Sk?JLlXJK BIXUV OI'K.NB COURT AT THE TOMIIS. Fatward l fugan and John Fox, well-known poli? ticians of this city, aud tbe former now a momhot of the .state Semite, quarrelled, yesterday, and fought with their fists at tbe rjtevens House in P.ro.ulway. Dr. |Shine, fonnerly deputy-coroner, also took part in the tight. I'm h Fox ami Hogan were ainsi..), and Justice Hixby opened court at the Tombs last evening to hear the cases. Mr. Fox made complaint against Hogan ami Shine, who gave bail to atiswui. Hogan do* dined to enter complaint against 1' .vat the time, but said he would take action here,: ter. OBIGIH AND PROGRESS OF THE FIGHT. The Stevens House, on Hroadway, was the BOMBS late yi .-t, i day afternoon of unusual excitement, occasioned by a fight between State Senator L.lwaid Ho? gan, and ex-Stato Senator John Fox. which resulted lu the arrest of both. As usual lu cases of this kind, the statements regarding she origin of the trouble are very conflicting. Tlicru have been previous controversies bet wem them with regard to domestic affairs, but the quarrel jisterday is said to have been caused by ?wlltical rivalry. Fox, Jealous of the increasing strength of HogOB In tin- lower wurds of the illy, und angry over tbe leSMSSS of his owu Ii 'leiice, has made remarks regarding Hog.tu far fro.', complimentary. '1 lure is little doubt that the assault was begun by Sen? ator Hogan, but the OOOOOiOO of It is in dis? pute. It i? un undisputed fact, however, that between four and BVO o'clock yesterday afternoon BogMB, Fox and Dr. Sliine, late deputy-, oroner, all more or less un.h r tin? Influence of liquor, met at the BOBVt iis Housr, und soon alter came to blows. Tbe MatSSBOBn is ?Ota Bf some of those pre-eu t that Fox Wm Hi tbe bar-room of the hotel previous to tbe comlug of Hogan and Dr.Sliiiic, and in conversation wilhsoine I 'rleuds, was speaking of his brother-in-law, Senator llo ' gun, tu very luirMi lirais, deuontiuliig nun M nu iiigiule. I Bad f"iti.tful of t?oso wbo had placed bun in | Ills present position. A friend of Hogan ovcr , bearing tin- conversation repeated It to Mm, as be en? tered tbe hotel, und walking to the place where Fox i stood, Hogan struck htst a hunt blow In the face. Plows wen- tlmn given mid returned by iiotli, and in tbe struggle they gradually moved through tue bar? room lulo the otllce, mid Irotn the otlh-e imo tl..- dimug B.ilooii. llrre tbey were parted by frieuds, but with some ! angry words, ihr quarrel waa renewed, umi hOOOOR M ! ?erious that ofllc? rs were seut for. Olllcer Mul il'.nii, of tbu First FrSStaet, was the III M to arrive, and again separated the men, and his upp'-.ir.ii.ie gave prouiisu for a moment of eliding the flg'it. The offker told tin tu tbnt Ila y must d'-sist or he would be BhllgBd ?" arrest them. They agreed to ?tup fighting, but more angry words wetO soon exchanged, ami more blows followed, uud the | olll.-er jilaccd both under arrest. There were tiiuuy fiiiirlsor P..th men present SnWBBg the quarrel tuklng BBCt ?itli mu- or tue olUi-r, and many blows were at tuck i.) thc.-e part Its as The news of tho quarrel spread quickly In the lower part of the eify, slid even before the arrest of Fox and Began a large erowd bad gatbeeed aaanaaa si the In,let and fol,owed the oftlccrs and pil-onci-, from there to the New Mr rt Station Home. All the way there was a war of word? between the BOBS halante. und tiny made flequen! attempt? to strike ouu another, but were pel vented by Officer Mut,Icon. At tbe statten lbs two peteoaeea stada eeoatei charges -, alt and battery, mid attempted to renew hostili? ties. Senator Hogan spat in Fox's face, and lindera iiiistak'ii Impression the latter accused Dr. si,me of tins, ami naked for his arrest also, but the sergeant at the desk rotaeed to consider the charge. At the -nine tune .Mr. Fox OOOOBCd Dr. Shine of i airy lug i iiiic.itail weapon-, remarking that iie was known us a " walking battery," bal no weapons w.-re f.uui I upon Dr. Shine's person. The two arrests were recorded BPOB the station house " blotter" as follows ? ganse-, Bdward llagan; nge, forty three; eotor, white ; when bom United States; occupatton. State Senator; I. s-.ilen.. , 17 .-iale-,1.; ohai -c, a-sau It and battery. .Nanu-, John Pox; age,forty two; color, white; where horn?United States; occupation, nene; rea lenee, Everett House ; charge, assault ami battery. JLIKJK lilXiiY OPKR1 OOtTRT. The priaoaera Wl re placed In separate rooms, to which tludr friends v.-.T" freely admitted, bal both Hogan and Vox wore oo excited that BcHhae waa then nb'.e to tell any BonBCCtod si ty nf (lis ecciirreuc. . Word was.. ni I m aw ?t Is tel j lo Judge Blxby?ond hooooseatsd to opea entai al loe Tomba al Bo'olook I m( sveaiag, to boot the ciis.-s. Tue Ward i.'s oil! BS O SS ti-ed BS a court room, und i!, spite -h" etlorl* of the Sagat? M keep people out there was a iiniiiU-r of persons present ?ahen Judge linliy took up the eases. Mi. F..X sat lu a chair at the left of Um Jadga, and Benator llogaa stood asida ahm, Met?ase in appoaraaos II .c e ideaos of uny desperate Bghttag. ? pleeoof plaster over the left eye ol Mr. Pox, saue scratches on M- face, at.d tin- battered eoaditl.f hie silk but. were the .-nl> dace? of tue battle which BO ?bowed, lathe eass of Senator ITogaa tho only riolbte mark of blows was an abrasion ui.the bridge ni ins none. At tin- direction ol Judge Bixby, Offleer hTnldoon inn ii-, told his story, n ? bad been called to stop tbe quarrel In tbe Bterena Moose. Me separated the men, und threatened lo arrest both i: lbs auorrel was kept up. Bot as they ?eos rated, aaothor blow was ?truck, id he tli.n Ina.le tin- all. st. In making Ins complain) ?gainst Benator Hogan, Mr. Fox said thai bs was standing a poo the steps of the Steven? House when Ho.-.ui umi in-. BbiBe earns up. Winds passed betwi en them, ami llegan cal'cd til?n everything criminal m the language, knowing n to i.- antrat He tbi u told ! Id.gall ?id that if be wanted rili.Wiiing to i a,, with mm. to come inside, and ti,e> would si-uie it forever. It,- (Vox] then went in and ' sa down ib the sol.u sad had only been im rs n m- or ?i\ in i untes when a friend came running in there, wbom Bogan and Boina hau assaulted simply be? cause he Hit a Mead Of bis. lie then went I < ui tu ine t Hu tu, und au u-? tu I was ma,le upon han. "Ils 'l-n'l phVSl allj ?ble tl til.' i hold of roe," continued Mr. Pox, ** and be know? It, bul : under me circo nut ?ucea I win make a courge -I litt.i It, loud this," ha c.uitlnue.l, ?? i Bake u charge of felonious aaaaull against Huit mai,," pninuitg In l>r. ,-uiiic, wlm was louklus ..litio prison fcuer," be was will) this fellow, and In the excitement cut nie over tbe eye wltb a peakuife." " Well, I will bob.all three ol you." Mid Judge Bixby. "Youwent lo leave the cltv.s nator, 1 believe; so I v ill adjourn tho eases until another der. Have roo anr tiiiug toMiy,or anj complain! tumakeagafusl Mr.FoxI" ?? No] not m iv ." ?aid -, o. no Hogan. '?'I'm ,i I am in I held." said Mr. 1 "\. ?? s.i." said Judgt Bixby. ?" Hut '!>' I umb i -land (bat you adjourn crises of this kind, and allow ni i used ?neu ;,. go upon their on n rec.'g in/.un e I " " Ami win not I" Inquired Judge Bixby. " Too can In here SutUltlaj ?ft! rUOOU, call y nil UOt, Sena In. i" in?: I eauuol posttlwl] ?uswer," was ih**repiy. ' I I.my In diaitie.l n> bualnea?, but liiere cau be ?o doubl of m? anawei liif I til? ? bui. ? Hut I waul '"ta place i under Isonds," s;ml Mr. F?>x. " .nul i lu re can be uu ruling ?galnsl this." There was some further talk, snd then Judge I'.in.'.v went to Ihs Ititu't desk of the Warden, ami ilrc.v up formal complaints acaiust Be us tor Hogan land l>r. Bbine, which were sworn to by Pox. During tbls tliua many friends nf both got aad Hogan hui obtained entrance to tin- oBIco, among , il;, m Judge Cil.alian, Congressman M?ller, ! (oh.1 Micha?.1 Murphy, ex-Alderman r*oley, John Kysu, end others, aud tba discussion of tba matter , ?as a veri excited one. Dr. Sblne appeared lo be ea peclnlly full et wiaili. Mr, I'..* ?at in a chair i to the side of Judge Bixby, nervously handling ! a small penknife while making in? ooiuplaiuts, and Beat Ii. i ii were the t wo m cu?ed tin n. ?? Too needn't Stick oui your tongue at inc." cried Pox I to Dr. .-nun, ?? you see yoa have oobm to the wrong tree tins lime." ?? Amt .mit needn't sit tin re with no many air?," re ' piled Dr.sblne. "I didn't tteBl seven or eujhl hundred , thousand dollars troui toe i i;v ITeasury." judge Blxbj ?i-ai un? mu-i remember they were in c.e.iit, and lor a few minutes quiet prevailed. Then i?i. Minn-made sums more uuoompiimeniary remarks, and Poi raised bltuseli In in? chair, and ?aid : "Row liase me alone, or I'll piu you lo the Wiill with this knife." ?? No, vmi won't." m:Ul Senator Ilogati, and he ntnl Hr. Bhlueapproached Mr.Fox,when Judge Bixby called la the oiiic rs, and ?II wt re eompt lied lo stand back. " Fu-ase reue min f Vint Ule in cuiilt, gi Bl .,i,i,-:i." ?eld I Judge Ltixby, ?? and you," addressing HogBB and Bbine, " moat arrange for your boude." Ample bailwaa ready, Benator Hogan w?i? held lo asoo, on the eh rge of assaall and battery, and Drs Bhlue m ri.'.", eu the chargo ?>i (eluuiuus assault Dennis llogaa, of Bo. IIS o-.lar-.-t., und Willu.ii John-I.ui, of WssbiugtoB Ueignu, offered tbemaelvea as bondsmen und were ? c i ol. Judge Ulxby then Ml tbe examination down for text Saturday afteruooa, previous t? whlck Benator l lo? gan ?ai.i that he should prefer complet?te agshtri ihose win, had m 11.- assaults n pmi in 111. Mr. Fox was th? nr-i t" leave the Tombs, and was fol? lowed soon iirtci ward by Jitdgc BtXby, Mr. JohOStOD and Benator llogaa In a carriage. Mr. Hog.au, it ?rae uu'lcrslnud, bullying lo c:itc!i tin- latS tralu tot Alli.uiy. UIDX1QH1 WBATREB HEPORT. GOVERNMENT INDICATIONS. flanapsiijhr"*??* ?**?? ?? asara Washing .'??n, April HO, I a. m.?The barotnetrr has fallen In tho Atlantic States and depres? sion? an? central In I'eiiiisylvuula aud Hi the eastern por? tion of tbe Gulf of Mexico. Northwest winds, fog and light rain.?couthBBOOa the Xew-Knglnud Coast. South? west winds, wariuer. partly cloudy weutber prevail In th" Middle aud Southern States. Itulttattom. For Tennessee sud tbe Ohio Valley, aud Middle At'ao tie States, variable and ?on**b "???teriy wind?, warmer, ?liar weather and nsiug barometer. For New-England. ca*:erlv winds, rising baroiu. ter, cooler, cloudy weuiuer, with light rain? ur fog. Tl'lliU.NE I.OCAE OH.SEKVATIO.V4 HOL'fiat Morning jllgnt, 1 S 3 4 5 ? f ?11011111 I 1 4 & ? I ,?lirtrl'''tnciia; f| ,fi i.Tf.11 ... l^t? ?I'M ^M_l i i 'Xtlj..' ' 'J pT'^TTrnfl l.i ,".^U ._I_?_I_Ll-J^i_L_( _L. 1 i -i_ > ' ttUxtxrrnttriirrrr "* ? ' *? '-L-?-*-1 ??-' ' ?> ' ? ' ??i':-'|Q?9l' Tl.? .Ilivr.n Hi., ilir Hivuitwii i.'imm i. .? a,, Clif >> ou..,?, Ii r?e I'l.r m-rprii.!!? alar llnai ?I?? dl.ieloiu .-f Ihn? for to? ?4 baa pir.rdli^.mdnliht. TL' lrr.411.4r ?au? na? r*in-?..au lu axi lat?? H4TI1 - ? ,1 TimiLNK Okfick, April 30, I a m.-T?ie alr-presaure, -caterday was very uniform, though the ?ky was al Nates snarly eiset and al <>t iwgaass whoiy itssstofi, The temperature rose considerably, fur a ?hort period, during the afternoon ?uushme. Tlie moisture of the air is ?till in excess. Partly cloudy weather with clearing intervals and little change of ten.peraiuro may be expected In Hilo en v and vicinity for two day?, and occaatoual rain* ?ro u?t Improbable to-morrow. LATEST S?uF~SENS. FORF.ION PORTS. hSBRSB, April 20.?The ?te?mahip Orada (Spin.), Capt. r.'.'/iiiua, Iruiu Haiti more April 14 for Livcrpail, has arrived there. iiieatnamahip Hindoo ,Br.i, from New Vor? April 13 for Hull, ha? ?nived there. "Waiting m the Blver.?? As th-Irishman sI?xm| wauUig ?l tho river for It to run by In nrtler th?t he might cro?* over, ?ft naontawoll wlmti ?ml.-r lng wllli c.iiistlpaili.ii, ft.igeiful II,at Ihe cause 1? t.'f.oi |onW IM ?wtptpii ', ?'?I that it ??ur cur.? \U-n tail mu?i hi? uver c.,1:1.? hv s"ii,e geiitli. yitpoahivr iHihaitic. No i.e-.il. ,11, of combination tit medicine.? yet tlUcuvt red give ?11 ii p; um et and p. 111. an -ni 1. Ii. f a? Dr. n.-r. ???'.-. !',? laoi t I'urg.iii.-. I'el'ete. 1'i.M! Atria, Wdcox Co., Ala. Dr. limit F. Iluffalo, N. Y. liear -sir : I was sickly from ynnth up, for ?even ve?r? life wits? burilen, rav food wmiiil u?t .llm-st, ami my liver w?a . n laraed. I in.-it van.ms renseonsa,but tuno parpen, ?saf Pelh't? havn effected mv entire cure. lnti'>?t'<l please lied SI Oi lora copy of ii,,- pcipi.. i Cimiiioii Sanaa Radical Ad rtoor. I renard 11 a? the host book ever piilillslie.l. 1 inn try? ing to get nibcrato u?o your metUviue? ?n;i rna.1 your boo?. "i ours truly, _^_JoHH B. LhNAR. M A ?(JUKI). SCHR0EnER-EATON-OuTne?d?y, April 23. 1*7?,, at tho l-iahlene.. nt the bri.le's p?renla, bin? ?isiirli, .N J , hv Um Bev. MIioh D. T.mikiiM, John at, sciiroed.-r. of KiM ll.iuk. M< umouth County, N.J., lu /alpha A , eldest daaghtei ?t William -. OnSan,.n*% BtriVBLT-OBORBT?ta Allmny, N. Y.. April 2S.lH7S.br the K.-v. \V. A. s.iiviiy, fi. I), th.? BOT. I. A. Suave?, of Uiiuti, Ma?.?., to Bhsa M. yo'ngest ?laughter uf 1I10 I MO ( laikso.i Floyd Crosby, of Wat- rvlk-t. All Notice? of Marruijr? m tul t>t indorai mu?* UU nanu and addrei?._ eBanRnVanananaWaWanRI ?UVA). n.sl.oWIN-At Newark. N. J.. on Hnndsr, April 21, 1 ?7??. ? '.',. 11J,.tie t'l ill.-. ?I.I nv of David J. iliihiwui, 111 1 In: HM ? aoi ,f n. r an? Relatives ami fnend? arclnvttod to attend tlie funeral nervlr-ea at htr lute residence, 119 orango-at., Ncwaik, N.J., on Wodnoodar, May i. it -' n- ?a. Interment at Monat i .euaant Ci metery, BHOWH Ol UM V th ?if K.-hriiary la?t. ?t Ihn Releisn Leg?, II. London, Ureoi Britain, Mary M.iig.'ielia. I.tiliiuatuii. i'mnilii.-r of th? I.to- John It. I.lvli KM..11. and widow of I..,.? mi.'? Drown, of Chartoaton, 8. C, in tlie 7Sth ye.u of ber uge. ('. (S DR -At hi? reali'.^nce, Oswcgo, N. Y., Hanttav, April 214, Is"*, Booty S. Coaate, U. ths ?ttfl v?-?f ?i lu* ?ge. ("i: li:i.Vor-April 2S, ISTS, John W. C'urtelynu. of Honta Orange, N. .1. Finn ral aonleesst M. K. Church ol "southOrange, at lo'tloeh p. m., on v. adaeattar. May I. CI'MHKI'.-iiN ? In Hr.iok.lyii. on Pundny niornme. April 20. Mr?. Monarol Skiilmau Ciiniheraon, age.l loi y.ai?, 5 lu..lit):* In . Th ? fii,-:i,ls of the fsmllv ?re invited to ?Mend the funeral Iram toe n ?utaaes <>f aaraoavta law, William i-.vai.a, No. U s., bi rue -i h..i ? ?:., aa Taaaannr, April :!0, at :i .iiios-k. DARI.INO?AI Maansnn, Wi?.. Friday, April 26. X.eander Darling. In tho '.nth y.-.ir af ins ago. l'un,', i vw.I take |.| u-e Ii'ia his I...' ? roaldMco, 5? St. M ilk ? p.ace, in Wtalnewlay. May I, at II i*(. - helatlv. - and Irlanda, alou Btenibcrsul the New.York t'nsluco i.xihan.-e. ara reai'ti tfuliyinvitod toalleuii. It 1? rci ueated that oo Sowera n moi, IKioi.I li'l K-Apnl It, of aroplexy. Fdwtn A. Dooliitle. In tin- 7olh ?ear ti Ii* ase, coiium llor at law. ef..Nc?? Vork, tor n iiv 01 Alonar. Fun? 1 il f r. .m hi* later. ?Id?neo, loi suromit-ave.. Jtreey City ll, ic is. N. J., at 2:S4I u. m., Wednesday, May 1. AI ?Mil |-a|,.is I'le.isi'e.ipy. i 'ERO I '-"X-iiu ll.iiulay, Api1l20, F'.lzab'tli Ann Fergnsoo, Hvr. .I S6 v.'Hrs. Bei?Uv?a and tri.ii.ls are reAiiectfiillr invite I tostl-n I l,er fu ? .in her late i. -i li-,?.?.-, Jl? Weal 2iJih-?t., uu Wciiio?. day. May 1, at 1 o'clock. HaI.I.ccK ? At her residence, Si.rn.ers Centre, B.T-OT Sat 1 nUy, I pril 27, l Uaobt th. widow ol the late James H .line?, in the 76th \,-.ir ..f h.-rsge. Belallv? ? and frn n-U ar. ?,o itol to attend lu-r fun. iul ut A-n. nw.iU '?!. ettn t '?? n?e. on Tneadar, A;,r:i SO, al I LlOo't 1'H-g. t.,,-..- n,,.-? \? j ? : beta .?.i i .ni.* at Ratonahoaan ralot tho .:.. train from O ton* Control Do?aK--Bn?1ew Bat road. MACK AT Vt N.?llMiii?wielt. N. J.. AI r.l 20, Anna Mullida Ne vin?, widow ot ti,<- lute Ofstrca .Ma.'kay. K. s.-i ? l- .?-. !.. Which f.lrlll? BIO in. !.'1. wi!'. he held ?4 il,,- h..ti?e .,: riot, ?eol '?'??' i eat, at Bew-Brnnawlek, oo .v. April ao, at ??/eteek p. tu., anal at eiiriat church ui 3:13 p. i... Trahi b ai it Bl ^ York at 1 p. m. NICHOLR?AMU ML ls7*. William E. Ni.-hol?, Sget tl \ aai -. at ti?' l*...i.i -.I'l.ue ll.Ci. Bnnal wii Laki i .. i biabo i , Boat ftSaatoan, OonaV, aattl 1 p. m. I!. ali,.-.. .na tnoMS nr.^ respert?nllr invii.si to attend. sAiii i:i.i i:-"ii Monday, April so, E-uard batten, e, m Mu BHn ya' ' ui? osa, Notice oi fanerai h. roaiter, s\|| lit .suddenly, al Westli. Id. V. J.. on ?aniUr morn'ng, 2*th in-:, of heart di-.-.i? . Amanda it..?i,'?oi tho ?..?.'l'. H. ?'tit'i. o' th- Rework M. r. Conferene*. Funeral ?orvl ?? atine WeatAt d U r tiairch, V.'e.ln?.?.!ar, : it lo -v m . and al Ihu looovtllo M. X. Church, th? aarae .lav. a: :l p. m. I;, ?uii?. saia! frlonda are Invited to atteint. Ki . Jeraoy pipori yteooo asna/. I'\VI "It--se,,..', : h. Arn! SS, I8TS. Si Deuiare?!. N. J.. of ni i. JOUR DO igaaa la', ?'r, ? on ei J. lin A. au 1 KliilUA D. Tartar. VAL? v m ni: vr Ms r. -,.! n. " la Biwoklrn. on ? rents .'?y, foorth ii'.ni.i. '.'."ill, Stephen v ?tonliae, in blo B3t Belativea aod friend? are latltad lo attend in? fnnorai fr.i?a 1 "i.. tt. 1 -?- .\i.,.|. ?,?:,,eise, on s, a. -r Hierin.m-?I., lu. .'kl vu. OU third day, Mta Inat, al a o'clock p. m., wltnont fartboi in vU.tlii'ii. VANI'I RVEEB?On sniilay, April 28 ?t Eaaton, l'enn , iho [ter. .!??: u V indi i rt er, D. D. Fiin.ral ?errli-ea at a^notoa, 1*. un., on il.uis.Uy, Ma/ 2. at 3 .,' '" k p. m. VAN|i'i;Vi:i.ltrin Sunday, April 2?.?t Easton. renn., the ?.? J dm Vandorveer, D b., a ?'" year?. . i r: i.?t..ii, l'.iiii.. Tim, s,: r.-, v.iv'-'. ut'.'n'.iuclt n. m \v.\?.s y \ff-suddenly, al bl? reeMinjrw, Tohlnlnh, w.-t i* lin. i., i.. ...i Frutar. April SS, Dr. .vitrei Wogalao, m ti.e 7 th .-.-ar nf I" > ago, ];, lativ. - an,1 n ,n. Is of Hie family ar-- n?t>er.'fullv Invited to attend the funeral ai Ht, Mark'? Charra, 2d-are. and lOtk ?i . ..n la. - av. tho aoth lust., al loiaoo'clo?.?-. Itiaku.liy I. l|U( ?t? -I that no lloui-r* he Mat. y,ii'NU \i St. l-.i!"s MhOOi (??iiieor.l. N. lt.. on April 26, H?78, Kdward Maaon YotlBt,eldent s.,n,,f Mn?un ?n,l lanuao llurlbal v t.iiu?. ,'f Non v rk, in th? 15(1 roaj oi hi? age? Fnnerol ? rrlcoa will b? hold ai si. jame? ? Chnroh,aTooj? lain.luii. i ?. in., on 111.-.1.0 , Avril 1 '. Il -' "'clock. The u.ie'ii.. at will lake place at Ureenwoni, Special Xoticcj. Advertlseinenls Intended fur the next l?aii? of IHB WEEKLY litilH NT. ?'i.iii.tl ho l...ii.'..-.l lu Uetoio8 p. in. to? day._ ______^_ !.. .ui... A. I.- n Hi ?V Co. Vu. I.fin r. Tills (I'lKsOAV. BVENIMO, Al the Arl oiiiv, No. 845 I!r,i?-!wav. between 13th and 14th -: A BT S v IF. I PERF.M ITOKY I i'o rinse cohsleninant* and advoi I - oil. PAINTlNUti, WATER (OLHIOS. AND ENOBAV I\.,s . ,..\s|.;\i:n i.v PRIVATE PAHTIK8 i'" ?E >..!.|i v.lil'.'HT RESEltVATION THIN HislnYl l.\ S IN'.. AT * O'CLOCK, TOCLOHK CONbIUNMBN . ? AND ADVAMCBR. THCBSDAT, FUITiAl AND SATCRDAT KVKlfIlfOB, At i Unten n dl, ii"?'.' on . ililbltion, 1.AltOF <"l.I.KIT ION ?tl BOOKH liU'M PHIVATK I.I. lti;.vi;ll>. ?TANDARD, liNi-. Alii', a:?D 1LI.1 .-* I UA 1 1.1' ?'it'Ks. Ailienn'? Blatoryof ataawpo?SO rata?47aofot*oBoeeta ? Sg ...is. oui fu- ;'i."f ?ii..un.-, folio book? i.l'isit o. i by too ,, . Ueorgw cralkabank?Holbern'* Portrait?, folio Parka an? ? : Paris, eleganUr Ulnatrntea, 3 ?ol?.- I -, f,,';,, a t fie. linn ..f ,msi Portrait??the mmplrte wm I 1>H KINs. st ,,1 r, sll Ai?l.s|'l '.v III , I ?VI St., lin HT ?, WA8H1NOTON, i'i::.M.'oil, llAl.l.VM, DB UVINCKY, .It.UN ADAMS, A,., At. Also, T:n,v,i-i| i-.ii.ts, Johasoa'a, Cbauibera'A Anierteaaa, ae.,Ae.| on Angling. Meduine, Ar.iui. luie, Saturai Blaiory, ., ,v. Ai., \., :'. m upportnuitj lo purchsaogood sad do* ? . book? fort De'sllhrarr al ;?.?? price?._ ?luth? \\ i.i e m..?ai?- bave ?"?r fnrnltnr? i irp : dun.-, .nui Winter ? sailing ma.ie clean aa oea by N.vrll I'll A ItfcNoVATIXU WORKS, offlt e. ?10 Ea-t 14th at, _ Nervous Bx Un nation. \ modi. Uoaaaj romprl?lng??eneo of lecture? deUvored at Kalm'* Muoeam of Analotny. Now. York, on ?hi- cauae und coreol premature doc Ino, anon in?:la? t? ipni iblj Son i"?t health may '?? reanlni i. aSnrdUur ? ? l.-.ir aynopala ol lb? Imp? dan.-:'s t., man lag? and tin- de.liaient ot n, i ? on? ?ud physical debility, being the n ?u? ol '.:" j a u ? .-i j,in,m... Bi mall. Me. currency, oi poatage atomna, ASdrsaS , :.,.-> '. . ?,.i.iway. Mow-York. P?.*i once Xoii; ,.-T!i? toreign maili :or th? wee? en linn; s\ ' KDAY, May 4, 1*7*. wiil cMHR at tin* o*.:?! ..a I'URHDAY.at I p. m.. for Kurope. hy ?teamaalp Wl* aatR, v:u'Jiii.i'siomi , on WI.I'N Ksli.vv , at Ip. m., for Kinope, by st. ninsii.i) Be?? la, ?i? unecuatown (correoponcanea f..r I i an, ,. In fa- Un ?ai >>l by tins sl.-aiuei inu-l he ?pi.-iall? a I .-.I. ? and at'Jl' p. in., lor Franc? direct by ?teai > V illo .le Parla, rut Havre i on TIllTRHDAY, at Is as., i?r ,,.-. .hv. A,-. bi iteanianip ?.rtavvta PlrmonUi. i ht risuirg ?ml Hamburg (?'.ur. ?iiond.'iice lor iir?.?t Hnuin and tho inliiitiit lu he t.? w aril. ,1 by this ?i.-aiuer iim?i be ?net laur ?,1,li, taed) : and nt 1 p. tn , fer RnrODO, t. Il,, via Qtaaonatown : ou ?saittiDAY ai ? at? a. in. t.o s ot land ..ii? l.hy ?teauisliip Vi.t.r'.a, via QlOngOW) and at ll.lt> a. m. lor t ?i ri?an?. Ac , by ?leainnhip Dona'i, via smithampioa and Broman(corinapoudoneo loruraal inltain andthoUon? tineiit to he foi worded by tkla atoamermuat i?e ?peetall] ad dreaaad); sad at 12 in., lor Euro|ie. hy atcnanobip City of li.ilm, via tan.?Lean (corr, ipuudence for ?iermary t.. I.? forsurdod by till? ?teauier niuat bn specially a?1.1r. ??..!). The st.'ani?bipa Wlaoonoln, Bertuia, ItopnoU? and City ol m-rindo not take mails tot Denmark,sw<xie? an? Norway. I h-inn... ;..r llayti, savanllla, Ac, leave New-York April:?). Tue nail? for Aspiuwailandbt-utb I'aclBc Peru leave New Yolk April . Tho mail? lor Australia. ?Ye- b-av? ?an Praneiaco May i.i. ihe mail? tor Cbiua and Japan .cave ?aa Fiamisci May lli. ' T. 1.. JA UFA. Po.tmaAter. Pf?t()ffl?'A Vew.Y'ork, April 2.. 187a_ Tko Hoefelv of D?corative Art, No. 4 Ra*f -"il. -i . WILL RKMOVK. M a? 1, Eaat 19lh.?t. Two Niudloa lo let to wounu anu?a, at a reduced ra;.\ ut til ncp.her I, Apply at 7 Eist 15th it., Yimng Wouieu, Chrutuu i.MuciaUou.