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Simply wrmdertul: thirty-one wera leaned, last week for
txnpro vernen te on the electric light alone. In telephone*, the new sc. ret l? a tm*1 Hiing, but atari* out with a Mg fight on lt* hand*. Bell will be able to keep lt back for years. The bert thing I have seen 1* a burglar alarm When lt is set, every thing la the house ls liable to trau* a-.lt the ?Ians. Fine wire mattlag underlie* the carpet" even. Tbe Inventors alway* want a fortune for tbe Pacific Oaet right, but before they get throua'h neg?ti sting alnioat Hm- their patenu at our head*, being glad te take a percentage of proat for tbe right to develop tt. ~GEyELAL KOT1 I Toledo boasts of being tlie healthiest city of ixelizetn Hi. w..!'d,andtbe bSbxbxSBBI pn*duc*d by The Pee g" far lo support the c'alra. Ace.-r.11ng to thaoe fie nree tbe fited B re?l In tSSS was only 13.3 per thousand, and tbe average death-rate for thc laat eighteen years 15.2. All enterpritting citizen of Colorado?a Mr. It] .ur BBS undertaken an tn'erprine from which he an? ti, .pate* a rich return. Ile i* Inclosing three hundred eera* of land near Greeley with a fence sixteen feet high, end into Hit* BBSBBS retreat he hope* to intlee elk and C**i oe they leate the mountains next fall, bl* object be? ti-1; tu b-e-sl these aninial* for sale to Eastern parks and i...>-.? a gardens. Seven ditlereut codes of law are In force in Bavaria, namely: the Bavarian code, applying to 2.100.000 Inhabitants of the kingdom; tho French code On tbe raJaUnate) applying to (lt1.2."S0; the sovereign law* of tbe Blahoprlo of Wilrrburg to 4*10,000; the |*rert*g*atory code of tbe principality of Bayreuth t? 821,000; the Austrian code (KedwiU In Upper Franc-oula) to 2.600; the Solms statutes to as few a* SOO; and finally the Coburg oode, applying to univ 100 Inhabitant*. To make maners stir, worse, tne different dist ri. te are far from ks-mg denned, anti lapeo into one another in a most coiuplieut?d fashion; their boundaries tn some Instances being so shurply drawn that one half of one bouse ls under one and mo oilier under another Code. A couple of yoting elephant* which were ro eeutly provided with a home at the St. Petentburg Soologlcal Hardens were fed with cakes and other good teing* te such au extent by visitor* to the garden* that their hoalth greatly BBdbrsd and lt became necessary M Interfere. The public were requested to be less generous tn their offerings, and the request being not generally ettended to, a notice to the same effect woe painted on a metal plate fastened above tbe entrance of their lionet*. This falling to attain tho ois)eol In view, and visitors continuing to feed tnt elephants with poetry, an oflicial was sutiuued at tbe entrance to call attention to the notice. The animals observing that whenever the latter raised hts hand to point to Hm sign, buns and cakes et" i ut to beg- mu wen- wit hheud. dre * their own oouolu Bion* alida.: . aa Interests. When their keeper | :u upon teem one morning be fotaed tbe sign on the ground rn men .? damaged eonoltlon that s new plate bad to bs procured Bad pia. ed "i; of the aalmals' renou. A CROOKED PAP.ALLEL. Tn the Bditor of The Tribune. Mi:: Agitin the n.mic of JsffeTSOO Davis is Sounded ui the daily papers. Bj Hie w.iy, will Tm: I US trj-E answer this qneettoa fairly 1 Touching tbe past bernie I seSi el Jefl.rsoii Davis lu tn.- smth. what BBaStSS would ConcTess take ll* BtSaaWel were the author end lae ...ruiuii Heichst.ig were to SOBS ,i r?solution (to i gi ea* n. eu. -'.f of tooee i nts I This is a fair question. Now, than, oom ? March 14, 1??!? M.4KTIN L. Bkkc**! t?.N. [Herr Lanker was a political leader In the ReicS ptag wi." dsrii I the losing yea-at.f his career op* jposed r.i.siii.,: i k's rasssttrss In s conatitiitiona] way. rson Davis wa.* a rebel, who raisedawaits tnoted f or piivat to break np the Union by t..rce of nrrasand te destroy the ? tutmnal system. The paiallel le too crooked to be StTainssly cusiiicreil. Hut oareomepoudent may ississssisd that if the baichstag were to pav a rei axion eommending '? Davis a-:: m a rc k wave to transmit it, the secretary oi wou'd deliver it to Congrees, if it were asl.In**.d to that body. Ie doing so, ; ? - ? ey would not havi* the larii'-Hi Idea of personally accept _ a becoming ii tat thc sentiments expressed. --M.1 _ -a, A FUND H>!. t ALL SCHURZ. Al ll MI'TINi, T'. IlAlH. 1100,000 l"'R HIM?TnE 1.1*1 BOI VF. i PILLED. S.ni! ul thc tri.-nds cf (ail Scinirz TjropoM ta raise a iud.' of -*kmi.-khi for bim. It ta au mat j.--- - lignan bas Isbon a pronrtni moven.--ut a-, i has tbs aabeerxpnoes under his ektnrga. XbettS eea Siled, although the j tl nuder cunsiuraiiuu f..r Irwoortbree weeba. Mi man said ye?t.-rd;iy that such a plan was ooatea by Mr. BsbaSS*! friends, but he d'-citned to | failbii lillie Mellon, bb tbe plea bsd h.. idly tnk'-n defl e:''- -hap-* an.l be eoold aol *-,,-. wii.it the am amt of the gift would probably BS or Wbe the subscribers were. A lueml.er of the firm u: Kulin. Loeb S Co. laid : "All I Snow of tbe project H ti ? -?? weebs iigo a nmu liero' - and said that a fund wa* to t,e raised for Mr Bcbure, and asked ns whether we Wolli-. t - .: the project w.,- a danette om and would be oarried out. we wonld : ung more. I underataud thal ii- rai ' "i ni theme lt had m. i ir Isa Demo cm ki. , publican. It was simply bil a*a testimonial fr -rn (ternian-... thelT appreciation ol ti.o serriee* in america of the min aa h.: e. Tiler*- ? ?- euell 'ur Indi, ulu.il ?l)tisc" Iuniieisuintl uiat some hadsabsonbed 15,000, andotbt;* laOOtV* _ _ BOW EILIS " li KM lol." EISLi ;:. n> ANQWAX'e iu . a todas inman- ? ..i-i. r.."cuvi he*. Among tho strangers from varioos sunny ! ? I who add tu the attraetio-i Of "tbe giealesl BBOW' ar-- two TsdSS Indians and u couple Of Afghans. Ali fuur are siilli'ientiy tr.icui.'iii I'.uiiina', but oas of the Toda-, Who reit)i<t** "ii ihe uamc of Kincr, surpasses the otbs -? He is about seven feet tail, bas long bia. k bair and beard, a Semitic f-p" of counten n., and only one gpo, xbnes his arrival I bahai "j' tu Bis Se on every )K>*sii.le eoeaslon bis band is outstretched, palm uppermost, an-i .-.?.ii tu a aeeret board. He is ul*" yearning ta ie ' bli photograph ? rt he toot bia neighbor . ? rti'rnil'r Idrsn ttf thu tim Mnssrs Khan, He b.is ? .-.J lu Impress ob I mind thal It is lu neath the diem: v of h " eurio-i ty "i. aea. fmssr sternly srlnned ead went os raklns la the mckell r. Khan then took to ret liing bis ple? beian esBoetete, bat bis aristocratic aeon) produced in 'tb-ci. Be brooded ov* set snd the other day be ma ml id to stop th. , .... .,\i ? ? forenoon al bia oardlng bouoe In > ng np one of tbe two or taree cWsen knlvei i .'Ties. M ?aw K:n.s--r wurliuig un the . ?? tied tu hw . aa us.ia. wlthoul avail. ITttering u or-w . [tb lt. Klueer ? with i beary wood Toni murder would ieee iiH-.-e Bulbed the et '... - ? - show" Lat. nut Mr. I>a\.s, the lu se of 1 IWf.L ll,Cl,. R m ]yUllr aronui! luooe. me teared them aud a vigor ilsalon. . tbe hasL Ol peace al -lieu bi .. bouoi Deutrallty. K!L.e.-i be.;* ,,i,:y abes Kbaa ls eel of tiie way. ICHELL LA oj; \ j,; FEATS DENNING. ? ? Mit.-lieii, the Kii-lish rj-ngilist, insde ?b",'r . snd last -?"???! ' : - " He spar' roon.;- I ?nnmg the el ' - T.'.e bette wtnt ? . favor Tu'l, ' .. - .-' [l " : .. Sj |,. ,rHVe bil i -ni a number of m . ,i?l ,-?t aW(4y ...i sad S's fae* sod landed bl* 'lows n. inishnu rn li !? i in m ile dre* I . . - >. Ul... IC' i'n tue faux roi,ics ai.i. earned tue .rUx. which ne waa oflan il lu do *<i. ? a.ii'Ued tu M'li-bull. -?- ? - EOT /" /.' HAS1 !> BY JUE LLD STAR LIST.. A 'in-puti'li fmni I'liil.niel;,i,i.i y< -1, :ihiy stated thai tbeveei tbs Assssxeaa xSsssasbli ( s epea;, si d iroabl r-u,tw? af them betwees c..* past sad Setwerpi also tbat tbs ?easels would lie traiistepiad froll. ,u.'Aim-n. ,.n ttl Hie Belgian flag. JsBSM A ITrtejBS N.-w York agent of th* Ju Stet Line -u.d that h* had not beard of Mah a prop .* ne tbs vsbbiIo, ead tbat be tboeeSt lt tm probobl. Il iere wm such a projeot on foot ae b tam lie weald .;.it bt ignorant of lt. Ueuid not iicu-. tn?t - neesleil anymore ? - '-.aa all nf tnt- t ,,-u Xiau'es found that tflere wa* so lit! j? buainesa dolnn thai mu, li traignt w -a osnied ss bailmt, tbe 'oii-ixinaauou u.,i Payluu f.,i ne handling ol lt. -a> thk hall of MOOsVKj BOT OS mt Sum-" htir wae caused iii City Hull Bq?SIS lust Bight by dense oloud* of imoke leiumg from lhe cblmney of Hie lloll of Keeord*. It wo* thought that the building was un Are. In new of the valuable records stored ??-??&! fiirt **.U"' h??*-'?.s wasaotreirarded ?* a en\a\ [[TnM'i l ,'f 'K4red l""! ? >"?">" eounaarel .n CliLlTifi i.h"/ th-.u,'i0 -he h.cmen arnved it was K^t.t^.r ' - * SSS Hr. thal bad EXCITEMENT I* TRENTON. PERSONAL ENTtM'N FEB MtTWEHI AS BEMBLTMKlf. A DlSOnsSloS OS TllK CIVIL RH.UT4 BOX Rlp. SU1.TH IN THK F.XCHAVOie OK Tile LIB AND BbOW-4-?eH'BHKQCK.N'T SaWlaOSlSS [SB0OI TllK REC.! LAR COIlRBSIsiHTirNT (IF THK TRintT*! S.1 Turn-ton. N. J? March 20.-GiviiiK the lie, Moir* and apolode* were fealurea of the Assembly pro e^edlnipt thi* morning. Phortly before niton, Aasenibly mau UuaJj Ilurgeea, ttepuuliean. ot Laaex, approached William Hntehlnaoa, oorre?pondent of Thc ThiUnielphia Prc**, tn a committee room st]sxStSg the Assembly, and criticised hts description of the debate yeeterday. on the <"It11 Hight* bill. In which The Pre** stated that the mero l*er* left the Chamber when Mr. Burgee* *poke. The lat? ter explained to the correspondent that the members had retired In bop* of bi-eokln*; the quorum, and the converaatlon then drift"*-! to a discua*t(m of the Civil Righta lilli and grew wm.-what beate.1. Mr. Burgee* *i>eitklng la bitter terms of the action of the Democratic party generally In *uch measuroo. Ile finally saul: " There wa* not a Democrat In the House, who In hi* heart wa* In favor of the Civil Right* bill." Just then Assemblyman John Armitage, Democrat, of Essex, the Introducer sf the bill, approached, and, tapping his fl naur on Har jos*'* cheat, said: ? I Mid you yeatertlav that I woe strongly In favor of that bill, and If I were to say what I on?*ht tn, I would tell you that you are a Uar.'* ? Don't you nay that to me 1" exclaimed Burgess, lift? ing hi* hand. "I do say lt," *ald Armitage, and os he uttered the word* Burgees tapped smartly on the aide of ht* head with his open hand. "I say tt again," said Armitage, and bur-roes struck him again, this tim* on tbe nooe, and squared off in pugilistic style. Armltaee also raised his flsto, but the ether persons present separated them and they returned to their seat* In the Assembly. Several member* had seen tho fracas and all had heard the ex? cited words, and Intense excitement prevailed. The Ppeaker restored order, but the story of the dispute spread about the HoHse and wa* tbe sulijeet of univeraoJ discussion. Aruiltago ts somewhat smaller than Burgee* and of s rather delicate appearance. His face bore no marks, and tho blow* had evident,y been intended to bo Insulting rather than painful. AN APOI.HOT TO Tltr HOfSB. The Democrats have little affection for either of the disputants, because Mr. Burgees is a radical Republican and because Mr. Armitage ho* refused to vote on SSftsfn party question*, but they had determined to make an example of the caee, when Mr Pairie** secured Bbs floor and said i '* Mr. Rpeaker, dnrlnx the morning I became iuvulved In h. healed discussion. In which, I rogre! lo say. I piutoed a Inow iipou a member of this Boase I -le-lie to apologize to the BMW for my conduct in this ?Sitar." Mr. Kiah (Rep.) moved that the apology be accepted. Mr. Flynn (Hem.) objected, ami sahl that, he had Jem learned nf the oocurrenoe end believed that lt was due the House that an investigation ahould be made. lin ire moved tbs appointment ..i a comm tts* of turee tn i vim!!.-! into the metter, Mi. i ut- (Sep.) protested against this course. Tbe apol? ogy of Mr. lim gee* ? ind the ni itti rtn*i>pe.l right (here. Mr. Flynn -aid ne iiiuierstoi.it that Mr. Burgess, before tbe luow-.. had made stateme ? of the H inse. Tbs! wm wh.i* he . Investigated. Mr. li h nm.le a feeling protest attains! carr, ing tbe mattel said h.- M-it pteo the apokicy, If it were intended for him, bm of ih at he had hts doubt*. Tbe Bpeaker. on oj order.r.I that Mr. Flvnn'* motion wai in order, and said ilia! tbe Bourn bsd been lunlted bj slr. Bm Mr. Bnrr *?- sr *k snd - lid. srltb much feeling;, thai he did not intend to ask toe pardon of Mr. Armitage on tbe floor. That wm Sque-tlou which they could st l tween I Hui-., and ll lettledli i. "But. Mr.Speaker."aaid M " I did n?. -.trike him wltboul provocatton. I h.,xi c sj Flynn'* motion for a eo - wt B to 3fl. Tiiu-a- v.,nug yen were i ipman, Doremus, Fina, Ivone, Larieon, 0"DonneJ andWorteu d'!:?-. Th.- uiotli):i to accept hil apology woo then adopted, rise iocs, Mr. Plyni alone voting do. av Al"'i.(?.Y PO MS. ABSUTAOS, Immediately after the adjoaxneMal Mr. riur**ess ai - pr.).), ned Mr armitage,awl offering htobandsaldi "i apo ".-/.- ta y ui, Mr. Armitage, tot my eeadaeB." Mr. armitage ic epted tbe Bpology. nml a'lei -.baking h nds tiii-y retired, eaeh stating publicly that tbe settlement wa* *ai 1*1 icto ry. Mr. Armitage said: " I have no hard feelings,,!),).. Tin-Mows Were insult? ing imt nut otberwlss harmful, and um apologies have m.nie Hiait al', right." A :', at rsnctu w i- del l Immediately after ward, hi ,- 'aleen In regard to thia occur ciiee. li caused eodleas gossip througnoui thecltr, Mr. ala training and qulok-tempered, while M. krmJtuge ls cool md somewhat effeminate in manner an i app. ai ai d ? srathi aggravating metb. I minor differ t'DiH** betwoen the two men on rartoo* motton affeettna Newark, aud tbe tiutbur.st wita not altogether unex? pected. TITS BPCAKSB CBII'lClSCrA, Tlii- Upset Si *l ?'"!. In ' i!i urging the pesSSgS of rh" res? olution Par Investigation, ead hi* evident deetK te inti.nin? th, a..'He - , wh- ? .-.,-.? | - . - ml to be Barong, ami ? i as his motive by some, while com ilia' be \v ,- :ii-.jilr>?! hy a desire properly to pumsn ? J a ?toll * Th" ll,.u going from bad to worse of lure .ind disorder ha* tome iraaohed abnosi riotous proportions. Interviews win. I1..-U,.??? expression* guss at theo. " sldone mem? ber "ui- Seen conduct! inch s way a* t" bring ali int -nen ;> wretched offali aa tin*, fie re are t ...?! men In tbs House. I - iei ilde and thin n lenee and the Am S gaining a notoriety worse than even IM pr LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. [PROM ns ni..ri.ak ' . .niii.-i UM...M ci nu ii-hicm. TKBirros, N. J.. Mureil 20.?Tbs Assembly adlourned ataooon mill Monday night. Tbe bil] ; ed by tbe I. il !o employ the pr BtaM Prison and county Jails on tbs public tem wae fm?sed wltbont debate, i be Assembly has made no atta-niiit tn consider it In amy lu-m. lea'ni',' that en? tirely n- be Benate. Mc Harrigan,tee introducer of this mea ann r, imprpoeeted snotbec appropriating f&aoooo fur nen .ii pa ?'? Ihe prison, and tbs expenses of abolishing the contract system promise tu iiiuuut up to a large figure. The bil] providne that etty Mind- ibsO Mat tfS taxed withlu the corporation Issuing tlu-m wa* .u*.. passed ii ? oded tor tbs eepeetel benefit of Newark, wiu-re there ls a debi o- fl 1.iH.o.isa., ami where ,,.. etty are held .-v-pting those in th.- Sub in.- I iii- ? bapman lull limning tin-.icu. o.* au] olty to -.lV i>.S).ii'M) w i- puned. 1.- . ? i eiitof annnal receipts fur Mu- payment ot un.dent, lhe Woman's Kigni* ocmatltntlcnal emend- , il order for Thursday nex . the blU for a Const 1 tm entlonwassel down for ? i.iturn en Mun 11>. A Democratic Joint eau ciii.-uiei the Coutrollerabtp wai held ai noon, but ad? journed onttl Monday without action. NE ll MKE.oKY BOA D HOL DER S 51 RPRISED. Tlie news from Trenton yesterday morning o! tu.-; . "tu bouse* of tbe >???? Jei v.* i . . ? - . trough ? the bondholders. It was I ?y < itv Attorney Bi r. In, ..? EUsebetb, nnder ' of Judge Bid i' It wm taken ta tbs .? ? ? - doced In the Boom on I . - . hird reading before night*. Oe Wednesday ?iiing lt ; be anpru, it, ol thal Univ. Tu. nm i. - , .rney tor tho A h..i : mee Company, whicb bolds i i,i.inner ut iiu- iiuu.i*. mid t" ,i i im.cm. reporter tba) be ... tl cilium.'-! . . . i bi inn!:--: i a i ie to me; bi i.i,:, ni .,1 Elliot-, m. i .' . lad indeed." the Kin i.,.')i Cltj ' uan. 1)1 lu ? ces 'it q legal i lewie ul Ui nilibili.?:.!- .:...::.-! ^..,1 ij,.. t .i. am ? ' - , ? ? " i< rs, in ? would ' - "* air.iir- un ? the billa, rbi ? ?? .-!.. go and rollie fund* for loxa*, whl. u ? ,;,i i?,i be dona State out ol emu niui.- i , -, ,.,,. ( Hl T|?. BOt 'ak' . fruUl Ult} c LOW pDn IN AID OE A CONFEDERATE SOME A nu ?-tiii*r ul' cx-l.,hit-delate -tilth,.m u is be.d lost evening at the "-t. James Hotel j,, confer tn re? gard U) raising a ninds M SSeel h Home for Moxttsi OMS fealerate Hold lera. Kx--?euaUir John ll. (iurdon el* i.eor gla, presided, uthors pmseut wine j. BJ, Bewe, Ds ltno* *?l l.jiiiin, .1 .lin < . taihouu, J.J. Wa.laie. J, p. kitten BaT-eS, Hugel A. l'ryor, W. H. (.'ulncy. li. Mci ai laud, Di., m Byeeer, Johu P. Hmith, v. k. Meveasea,Jr^ tin- iti , Q, N.i-i, ,n. i,,n. i.iorenoe Cory, OsSMtel 1 (Jencral cliiiginiui and OMamsl Jiu*auberiy. OsbSsM Arthur A. fsplt/atr, Adjutant of lioliert | Ijhc Camp, No 1, I onftvlerute Vi tem: Adjutaiil .1 K. Herr., of F-htl Keane* I'osl.l. A ic . ,i Kn bm.md, tfbo had come North tai atoll the movement, ?Ml Matol Jabe H. WalSer. (.rn.-riil J. k. (i'll, i . otbei members ot the Oread brm) of tl"' Ken .i, i. soldiers wh.- wire one tms BBorstaaJ psseeeally sad BaaoifeMad trans latereM M tue ohjectsof tliame* lt wa- repui U-d thal on eutcrtalnment would be f l. < u iu the Hrofiklvn Academy of Mnale on May 6, tn aid of the fund, by the Union veteran* at Brooklyn. It ls reported that a dramatte perform an oe will be siren In the Aeodemv of Music In thi* etty for the same object. Csptaaln Hplt7er said thot he hod r**oetved cordial and o-* profing letter* from Oeneral* Logan and Hawley, and that merchants sending articles to tbe Kli-hnmnd fair to lie held la May should semi large placard* In order to get oome ad vert laing from their contributions A resolution waa passed authorising the chairman to name a committee of aeven to roofer with the (trend Arnot Committee* to-morrow. Oeneral (Jordon alao offered the committee the use of part of hi* office In the brvaut bulldlnc J.J. Wallace offered his oervtcea to mano*!)' a ser.es of literary . iitertalninenta and John P. flmlth -aid tb.it in., tii.--it.icai people would be glad to give be ne tit performance*-. -?) OBITUARY. A DMIKAL ITKPHEN~sTlESSOFT.?KY. LoNitoN, M.ireh 2h.?Admiral Lntsoft-tky, thc eomniamler of the Ku**1an so, usaf rou which visited the United States during the civil war, tadood. Pfrpan Piepanovitch Lesauff-ky was one of tbe most experienced officers In ibe Russian Navy. In l<-*>3 he waa captain of the frigate niano, which was ord loin the stiuadron of Admiral Futiatin In Japanese water*. Hilling the gTeat earth. BBBSB at BBBaSda Injune. 1 *..>... the luana wa* wrecked. Lessoffsky at once built a schooner and manairet! to moke his way through the Bitted fleet Into Nlkolay led. h feat that wo* very much admired ot Hui time. About this time he took seri lo,; lu the I'.usslan Navigation Companv. Been after he wt* appointed Captain of the Port at Crnnstadt. In ISSI he was trans ferret I to St. 1'etersburg in tbe souie capacity. Inl*''.:l he was sent ouf tn command of the Russian squadron that anchored In New-York Bay in readiness to earn msc the . can*e uf the Northern Elates again*! a combination nf j hostile European powers. In January 187S, la-ssoffsky, I who wu* then a n-ar admiral, succeeded Admiral Kiabbe as Minister of Marlua. COUNT ADLKRBERG. St. Pktf.RuBI'ri;, Murr-h 20?The death of Count Vlotlimlr Fedorowltch Adlerberg ut iinnoiiii.-ed. Count Adlerherg wa* born at flt. Petermun* in IT03. He took port In the compaigns of 1813 to Hil oe au officer of the Guard and became In HIT aide-de-camp to th.- iJr.tnd Duke Nicholas (afterwards Daer) and wu* hit iBSej-erable companion omi fnentl. Re followed lim Bl ?eSa* Henel al tn ihe Turkish expedition ?f 18SW | in 1-M he wo* mode HleutenouKienerol and in HIS (ieneral of li flint rv. Two Teen later he became I'ostma'Ter-i Gen? eral and Introduced maur Important reform* Into the service, tin- principal of which wo* uniform postage ujon letters throughout tbe Empire. Ini*i7bt- received the title of Conni ond In ISO?_? became the Minister of the Czar** pa! ire i.n.l Chancellor of the Hassan ' rd-n. re? taining al the same Him- the office of I'ostinoiteru kneral untn n.*.t). At nie deatii tbe < sar Slebolm recommended Count Adlrrbrrg to his successor, AleZSadar II, who likewiae nistle him hi* moat Ultimate councillor. He withdrew from public esrvMe in htj, owing to bis atl ?anoed a,-e, sad since then bm '.;\ol In retirement. STEPHEN 0.TAYLOR, PH.D. Professor Stephen <r. Taylor, Ph. l>.. lorn arly the principal of thc Adelphi A. ad.-my in Brooklyn, died suddenly at his hom.-at Bo. BIS Lafayette-eve., ta that . atty, yesterday. He was burn In San honiton. N. H., Ln ISIS, wm grad nat dat Hiirtniouth OoDssS in the class .'?-I- gul shortly afterward weal to Brooklyn, whew he engaged m teaching in thc public icbools. Hs wm nrinejpii i In li,el lu wai Ade pb) Academy, h position which he i. nnUUune ot r. when Profeooor Perkins was elected to - of the state University cenferred I the degree of Ph. u. upon Professor Taylc ?' i |,|,,ill- ' heart. Be eft a widow Bl d three chli flllSI -? ALEXANDER H. GRANT. Alexiiniler ll. i?i;i;ii. mr niiiny yeiir* a ilir'-er.ir of the (.'..rn l-.\cli .hg'- liaiiit. .lied bul evening ut lbs Windera Hotel, tat tb -. slr. Oran! wa*-u bat ten .-. eera. Recent health benn to fall, bl* slater came to ai rina f'.r bim. nu- funeral will he held to morrow at lhe Church ot thi .vi. and Tenth ?t. ? ANDREA B HUNTER **i'i;iN.,i ii i.r>. M.i*s.. Mun li 20V?Posts Aluin-'.'. ,f Chic'pee died, i on. lie being ibout to expire. He terredallt -.ar in . i*i i I. ? 00LOR1 i. SOBMAS Cl 1MI-. T:..'ki ..ui., 111.. Msrch 20.?Colonel Norman Certta, a veteran of the war of 1819, dMi here to-dny, age ninety-two. -4> - J * KKHS PEOTESTINQ. WITT THi'Y i'i*'.*-; TUT. ntl.I BBQ! DKIXG Titi' D.vTK Of PACBTNO TO BE BTSMFKO OB THK CAW. A diepeteh from Beltimore wa* publish".1 v. terday saying thal pack roof canned - etty were protecting against the passasje of e bill now before the Row*York Assembly requiring thc date ot pa. king t" be stamped npon every > geode sold. THS Trin; ve ? - I of the dealers In thia city who are Interested in canned g"<"i* to g.-t their opinion.* in regard to tbe lull. Alexander Wiley, w lu. - ?t the head of the canned gw-JU department oi II. K. A Y. H. Thurber, saidi Th.- llitltln, have good reaanri tn protea*. Their New- Yurt brethren are teaing e* ,- tin- hill. That !? Important branch ol Industry, tf it b.imesalaw. The Canned .1- thi New York Mer. -.- prepared a memorial to the Legislature ou act David Hunt, of David Hunt A Co., packers and dealer-tin canned go-ods, at No. l-tfj Beade-et., is chairman ol the ( unned Gooda Committee ol I Mercal mg.'. Ii*- approved, ali. W mid : I he gram nnnnunring that through our eftorte the bill baa been recommittal ? :.. rt Wedm tdea. re th.immlttee bering the bill in a and wll -ii..** thal thc bill LanotonJj uanecee* -a-y. b tltutlonal. I of .-.inned go >.1n frmn all pal ta "f tile BtaM will give tiu-ir t calmony at the bearing. We hare incceedad ta linTing oul the . . . .?? ta tin-nm making lt unlawl it have been more than a year ta cans, rin meaaure Ivunjual to packer* ou York wh.. depend, - rorie market lind it dlscrluitaati , token in thi* State who ?ead good* to other mi Foi Baltimore packers can pur 'ii.*tanii*.-ii goods on the Chicago market and gel full price for them .-t.-n when they are four or fire yeera nile Nee Yuk good*wt] wow on the can-mat they have been packed one or I ? be, and m> muat ot lit bough thej are freeber than good* trom other States, tbat are mid nt full price. The memorial from the Mercantile Exchang Coiiuuiui-e in signed by David Hunt. I-,. C. Hazard, of l-l. c Hazard A Co., No. 102 Cbeml-ars-et.i A. .ii. of V. H. Leggett di i <?.. No. l'2H Prank* . i rider u'i..". ititi Henry 8onn, of mihi ra, No. ;<?;."? \* Benington st Borne points of lhe lloclUn 'li* SAT ' ?ratle ls a iiccii ; ix trade - cheaply and ol lbs ? ? per hap* the nexl ie om "i rn ari itj anil the product wo ?;.. ci,-* would be g ntl il Duo tu ?.ic! in ex ; ' us They wlU hu " I.. ? ??'.u-v ,,..,*- \,,;., man) more gooda than perfectly i I u i ertaln l.-ngtii of time shall not BS ... .,, tlie para I to the ni abolished, ur itara ta a cargo ?' damaged ' 'in- Importer bad a claim aad damn. ... a trom tbe custom houao on milln: portion of them. PAI SARD'S COLLEGE ASSIYEIMART. THK I!! I . LU. .1' 'UN HALI. ...S I'A I III. il I-\f. Tin- tv.riity-~.i-iili anniversary aad s-ndnst* trst* held lust il If asm. Th.- li . ..ty of - were tbe Rev. Dre. John . i ,i. i'. Bowman, Ute I ... .Vail I)aVa. and lo-I.'-i.. Ott I ? dintorv re? in tbs laeflk l.-nci of a noOssjB BBSa fur active life, and (pi ting Um ii.eiit woads "f Chane* Fraud* Adam* 00 Um def.-, ta ?f college irainiug. Ile era John I o urged ipon th.- gi ed nates I .un of patriotism. H t_M Moiulitv wli'le un inf w.tv to stMad B . .-rf.ilii downtown meeting where mj presenci a i i take a conveyance alone Pourth* mce W ta. I wae' an buiir late ; and w lu.i ii i it wa* tb .i--,a .i ni i. adah > delayed bj th- own 11- ir :iii i .ry ui) countrymen were Belebratlng m. fat- j ii-k'* I.av. And here] u nave this part ol lng theil petrtotiam . the peeplu that gyote early ena often i thai i.-i in-ir natrueUoas oe -aiuniay night, a.ul . on niel possible Bat In au as iiunemi patriotism, lu thaae .,-1. ni> prut).. in-1. ...ce, in which Boes of you ale.hui du uin part . nc ? i "f* tendencies of tim tim.** la tlc tendency toward i-laae disllin ti.uisi ? a . ., tba ru li ml tbs ]toot, lhe employer ami tbe employed, ti." capltaluS on-i the laborer. Fight Hu* i'i..!. u) a* hu.-, es yea have strength tonghi ll eruah ii down: nuunpttooti fer ft 1* aoatlle alike to i n>-spirit of out free liiatituuou* aud lhe tSMSSBSUJS Si .ullj. Idremwm reaSks SBss m. i.. Kim? ball, aft.r v, im ii dlplom is -ter.- ,i* aidad. and the i loolng aiiiii.-as to thegradualaawmdeUvetadbj Oaoera . liuiou ii:. e gradual ni ? ?** numtx red elgl fl ' -ven fn,m Hu *-i IumiI ol Finance and twenty-four Holli tb- -i hun. of ' iirre*|iiuiileu' ?>. ? - DYOra r'Ki.M iBara HI'S (>VKil. (.'liiirli-ri /eliiei, ut Nu. 11 K.ttet Twenty-third ?i. who wo* ron over by * saeSBMl Affnue au cat car at J w.-uut-ib st, uu M.. i ck lal, died at BcU*t acliw*j-lt?U lut night. THE TEMPERANCE CRUSADE* THE EVANGELISTS AT BLOOMFIELD, N. J now ms: wirs: is CARHirn ov?activity at ri.AixriF.Lii-^rirs elkctiox nj okaniif.dwx. Tiie little village of Bloomfield, N. J., is un? dergoing the thro?>* of a temperance revival, under the ?naples, of A. H. Malie*! and J English, who are OMlsted In their work by Mr. Burnett, a cornet player, and Mr*. Burnett, au enron lat. They have been engaged to hold meeting* ut Library Mall, by tbe clergymen of the vill? as**, who formed a conference committee, and decided that sonic good might, be pffeeted among the black *Wp of the p.ace by thia temperance band. Bloomfield bo* population of 6.000, and one-*ixth of this ls c.imposed of worker* tn til-* ilittereut fae loria* of ihe t.m n.sliip, which laclude a laru'e organ factor*, a woollen factory, a rubberfot-torv, ? p-a-w-r inlll. a bra** rollin? mill, a gold and silver rollin* shop, two nickel plate harness shop*, an Iron foundry, and a hat factor Many of the Inhabitant* do bu*tn??<* In Newark or Sew* York, and thare ure many factory hands working in New? ark who live In liloouiflehl. There un- thirty-lbrae irrog ? hop* in the pi ?., that have do.ie ? ttxrlTxSg l)U*ui-**s. n the Sixth Ward, commonly known a* " Dublin." have been in the habit of making linday hldeou* by keepiug open their door*. It la *Uted aa b matter of common repute that Father f-?vidiallo, th* Catholic priest, wa* compelled to threat'-u tneae liquor dealers at tr ir tass* did not mend their manner*. UV told them, it i* ?aid, that If oue of them were dying, ha would refuoe him the rite* af lu* church. The odvoeate* of tem? perance have 40 excellent field for their labors in Bloom Held. Iteceutly a butcher, Modloou by name, became an habitual tippler, and In incl plant delirium hanged himself. Ba pieemsd lils (tanest al the Glenwood Hotel, kept by an Hnj.-lishm.-in named Spragg. Public opinion wa* so hard upun thia man for neilin* hi* nelk-hbor and friend the fatal drink tbat he sMsad hi* place and ha? built a billiard hall BB another pan of the town, and BsfS that nothing except temperance drinks are to be *oid there. The temperaa.-e worker* meet every night lu Library Hall. They bsgsts on Wedneaday night, and are to re? main for a week more. Laat night tho hall woe packed. Mr. Mal*-** told th* "tory of his life with force and eloquence. He give* a religious form to the *ern.e, "I'.i.i'ig the meeting with hymus and reading of the -? npriii-.rt. M: Begttsb offered prayer. Many pscaons signed the pledge. Th.- cry of th.- Btpsor assists of nsmloM.fhst tho oSruits of the temperance revival which began in that city some four weeks ugo would soon die out. ls not supported ny mots. .Since Hie beglnntngof the temperance agnation then-have bean ou y four arrests made, uad two .n-uor sell.-rs have each diae urged a bartender. The Reform Club bow numbera bSO members, tbe smletitj of whom were not nulli recently total abstinence nun. The u.tines of tlfty new member* havo been pnbliahad, together wltb -ix) more nain'-* te raO, which soe bm nearly i. io.. *i sere. Active meesa ne are st t> prevent tbe ea to the bins tn I iboui Some ol the license* are granted by town committee* in * ? ? place called "Dei lavern." an li ires miles out ? " .ic baa uko! been an eye . . the changed lentimeot of tbe region, la hopefully ex ? F Willard, preoldent ef the ". - luau's i 1,1 ni ian Temperance I nlon, ha* -d that -? ? ..? if, th -di ii ice ur - ? ii k. BS held m Ki)''!c! ind cn int v im* f i donal In cb .! ?'??? r li thu liquor men fought bl ?' the Poor; but tney were budlj beatei thrum . I lt a town ele . meet, the la.t nu wrved fur the Ur*t time a.-cut* ? ? ! icier ticket. 'I ii ! efl teri B invell snd i ' ' e : ? \ - Bl the re* Ole : . . lt U -?? ? Ij . de. li mpremaoy ol rum In Orangctown." men and one - ih ? keepers for vtoMtlons ot 1 iw will gin. In Ku ? perance El . ?. majority, in Haverotraw md - ? oltixens' U by the Democratic, il iu.- temperance candidates. There ii '? otc ? - Mir ni Kainui" I rank P. Demareat: "tuny I'otnt. Kr-t-ti-tick W. rom kt ns: l'l-ite'ri ( rangetowu.UeorgeDi Tumi;:. Town UekeM ?? were badly scratched. The :;.ni ti creel a l'own lluil-u- Io Olitligeti.wii Wa* .wu by aflarge majority. Of the minor anice* the lilli,,,, wher. i il result In Ora town end it true reform baa been Instituted : the i-i* and Order association wa* U.-v Theodore M Peel christi arch, of BparklH, M. v Kaly in the yent bi tbe organisation, and un January 33 . .mlnsttoni met tn tbs stu.lv of w ii Clark, Nyaok,and agreed topreaonto their respective congregations o jeer, i i i inoceeded tn drawing .he oitl ,i:< u..-.;i,Uig, and Lilt* A-taociaUun \tiu* . SIGH LICENSE TO BOLTE l'HK PROBLEM. A tsmperanee msas BMstirig was h.-ld Last I st Manhattan Hall, in 1-lfty-fourtn-st., near Eighth-eve., under the seapiess of Bt Paul's Quild. The Lev rm her Thoma* KeMlBa-a, of st. Paul's Church, pre ani.-ii. i ne hail wa* falrlv woll tllJesl. lather Mci sddrsseed the meeting on the questions, " I* it brae that lniemperan.-e ia a most prolific source of .-rime and mis? ery I" and " Who are, obliged to support drunkard*.)" Ho quoted BMtisties to -"how that moro than lifty per cent uf al! thc nrre.-ts made In el flea were cases of drunk) and that over fl. >..?.?). n.)0 wa* expended in this Ptate alone la*t year for che support of criminals and pau? per*. The Rev. F W. Elliott spoke upon " What, can be done to check drunkenness I"' He sahl that high license was the solution of the problem. Liquor cell lug was an Illegitimate beatxMSB, and while the law did not recognize the liquor-sellers ss ertmln tis, s beavj dst* sbenbl be imposed upon them. ..?he nigh license ..t Jollet,Ill., a little dry uf l? OOO i" polution, there were lot; liquor stores, and in temiierance was rampant; but when lt became necessary, he said, to pay 91,000 for ? Ileane* tbe number of liquor dwindled to twenty-all, sud drunkenness* w,ie rare. By the passage of a blab licence od tbe proud 1-00*1 of the linn.ir dealer* that th.-y mustered II.iVh) itrong, and could control ten votes each, ami, consequently, ?wey the election*, and ll Beoeeeary elect theMsyor md d council, would be brohea, snd their powei for c. fl gone. hoKiluUous favoring high license were paused. OBJECTING To THE TONNAGE DUTIES. BlIlP*OWXa*SS *vri OTBOaSS KBMOSIAXIZS 0OS> ojtsss rou their KsrsAL. Ship-ownera,sWp-brokers andasrents of tbe viirious Ham have Joined in a BBSmorMJ a;ui Bourn of Bep - in favor ol I 1 duties, or a rattan to tbe poller adopted tn ;-::n ... mbstance of tbe memorial; ll .* apparent to evert one at ail familiar with tm- *nb~ ? ? policy adopted tn 1830 did more to foater an chipping and extend our Merchant Marine thens ..'-uiUuii U> jobing tins vital int In 1*:,' |H I* ?') lt..el*.,lil tulls; lui -ii. 1 , , .ti., -i.i tons. lu tee rear last named Amerl e pro? portion of the foreign carrying trade. Ouur flag I upon everj tooan and li jnthe * ? il N r, nub pp t f"r the country, tl ia , pear. .1. and that trade has been trans I other oountrie*. Thu; in!, countrj ' ollcy for time* of peace, and under lt ...ir tulunge Incr-saoed from l.280,70S tun- in I830to .Win.-;., in :->... lu 1-trt'i Congre** round the country .:. lemanded, u expenee* tal . i* under 1 tbs tl"' Sol "f ? . -., uki 1 ih.; ia l-"t. " t foi thc purpose of abandoning the policy of 1830. under which nurshl !? for thc pm ; . H rime...! tear: N )W tbe wane I e .'..Ullin i I nr,. ] , astlge o' war I . levi-.. ? ".ii proper . If the American Congre-t* wou ih American shipping lu c.si-, lt ii. .-1 ex . 1 1 ,.mal ...I-, ml igea with th. ? . Ity uther countries. So foreign countl abb ii su I the United States s ti.v discriminating or .mtervalllng .Inn.-a of tounago to the preluuloe ol the United Mateo. Et il tax ol a . -i ? ? ??? 1 ' be mora oppress! sppon . shipping unereai* than spos tbs *oralgn. Psrelgu ?l .pom.-* with large capital, regular trade, ami ex perle ue. ?,..?, , eb ? inierican snipping ito, which now are igal ? 'macy, a.. Hum dui In their infancy, more tl antury r n,list not be lorgotten thal I Bhip wlth in m.' dlscrli him. a tess.-, nf lia lona, bulli Ms ?. SA ?to. while tbe tux upon a lin bulli In this * wonld sn - ?*?? approved Mai .(I I*..') provided that bo duue* -imiua ba levied ?c* ol :..? I Ult. : - tates, wh. ? ? ,11.1 two third* of the c- . were eltliena of tho - ,.-, uiul timi 110 duties aboul.1 be unpoeed ld.'.!, how? lit un d'*crliiiiiitttlng st countervailing duties ex roreign Laliuua I" ..la^u of tho alco. ^_ fALLURE ot IHE GILL CAE COMP AMY. Colinm?*>, Ohio, March 20.?Tlie Gill Cur Manufacturing Company oiade asaifaueut thia aveuiug to Oeorge W. Gould, bookkeeper of the firm. Tbe aeseM are estimated at about ftSO.OOO, and tbe liabilities about $200,000. The company became Involved bv large quan? tity of material on hand at the time nf the panic of 1873 and never recovered. An effort will be moos to oonUnue bxSbkSSSSj 1BBOUGB NEW-YORK STATE. A PRIEST O'S THE DEFENSIVE. COSTSOVERS YPRoVOKKD HT A PKOTE8TA*fT'S AT ta( k OB SOMAJTSSat, Kinost-on, March 20.?Riv. Dr. Van Slyko, of tee Matn-st. Reformed ("hureh. ol this City, preached on ? The Huguenot* ** last Munday night. He gave a con? cise outline of the early struggle* of that brave and bia torie race, picturing their sufferings at the hands of Ut.iuani.sni In lhe mist graphic usoouor. A ny nopals of th.- s-siinou wu* afterward published in The Leailir, of thi* city. This being read by tne curare of St. Peter'* Catholic Church, of Rosendale, the Rev. Reuben Parson*. rou-ed his ecel^alastleal Ire ann Induced him to write an open letter to the aggressive Protestant. This appeared In The Leader thia morning and 1* likely to provoke further controversy. The curate, hearing that the Doctor thinks of printing the nermnn entire, undertake* gently to correct his recollection and compilation of history on seferui points. He icier* mpeeialu te what be terms the Doctor's best sefr, the it mern re of ?t Bsrtholomew*i Day, urging that religion was not thc prime motive, but the pretext rather, lr any ti. lng. fur tbat Mrrlbto carnival of blood. He challenge* the noifiir to prove otherwise. The latter stated the uumi-er of victim* of the massacre to have been 100,000. The curalo says thc number for the entire kingdom wa* 716. MONEY STOLEN IN A CHURCH. BITlGLAR.s ISO .flSOoKHf.'VIiAys-CII'JOL COLLKC ROXf IV LOCKPOKT. Isr TKLKtiKAru so ruo; lunn -vs.; LoCKi'.iur, .March 20.?The First Presby? terian Church of tills city was cleverly plundered last night by sneak thieves, and about -P130, the Jost quarter's collection* of the Sunday school, were stolen from the locker* under the library. The burglary was first dis? severed hay the sexton this morning, who found that five or six lock', hiid been cut mu of the doors, and that the rt ar door had bem unlocked from the beside The thieves were evidently fain..ur with the place, and knew that the money tv;ts then. A prater meeting was held there la..t ni:.-ht, and th.- dOors ano wm.lows wen- all secured after tt wm over, so thal the burglar* mual have entered and concealed themselves during tbs ma-ttug. Tbisls Hit, Ur*t crime of Hie sort aver occurring in Lockport. to tbe prapetmton ha* been (onad. HORRIBLE MURDER I.V AI.UANY COUNTY. av A6ED 01-TCM EATKI KILLS ni-* WUK AST All EMPTS SCn 1I>.'. BT RtaoBAt-ai TO TtIE IRint-Nr.' Hi duos Depot, March 20.?Pelter Eilwi.nl-. in 1-r.stnn BoUow, Alban** County, killed SM wife early lay DMwntng, md thee attempted setf-destimtioe. The deed tv:,a di icovered by a neigh bi r, who went to the boom in tbe forenoon, when be f. ondatra. Edwards lying on tbe floor deed, sndEdwsids with bis throat eel sad ag profusely, ah tbe furniture ta tMroom wss ed aitb blood, which showed that then bad . . .luim-r ' tbs vi.-tun and tbe murderer My, all oorered wltb blood, sirs. Ed . 1 (rlgbt . iw , of the hammer, ?*'. . 1. ; ?. ...l- w.is aavent] - flt.. Eil wa e,msc tumlwionof tb. deed ls thal Edwards . , been uno mi -. sad !? i" thoughi lu- i.u ; i. -lim- in overdose. He-vii:. . Si ii'--.f 1.1 recover from PROPOSED LINE OF EXCURSION IIOATS. rt or. OftTERo, V i.ii 20.?Superintendent Childs and otheroflkiiaaS of the New-York. Ont ino aud '?? ? - srdsj for tiie purposa .If a oca terence with promb relative ? an toronto, thia port. Kn.--si.ui nu.I ll fi ..1 Ba] la c-ui-tectiun with the New-York, ind Wei IWml Shots nt of the line would In a ir-eat '- in western Canada, aa wei . travol to and from thi indefinite a . ...but lt is ti ihed. UTICA HARDWARE MERCHANT:** FAIL. Utica, Ifsrch 20.?French, rtUnesid Sc Co., wholesale hardware dealers, have made, an ae*igumenf, - :ia- claims to tic- amount ot $36*000. They commenced limlnms shout two yeera wi wll . s i tpttal 04*990,000, The tin' year they ebdmed tobavi es of 9100/000, uud li- I -Jil.),koo. .Wini! confidence wan fell Iii tho men peraonallr, but th->r became largely Involved from the amount of business .?re doing, and were compelled to go under. Their liabilities a' ? I lucy are believed to owe In the neighborhood of 9100.000. DEWITT C. OBOTsTS FUNERAL, [nr ti i.e. uta imi ro tuk mattes,] Utica, Ifsreh 20.?Tbs funeral of the late Des ttl C. Grove was held si tbe Church of tho Reconcll Intion tin* afterno .n. Th.* Her 0. A. Rounds conducted the opening services, snd tbe P.ev. D mlel Ballon pr .. a sermon. There wu a large attendance. Tho remaius wera Inti etery. HF IN LAKE ONTARIO HARBORS. |BT TF.t.hoKAPH TO Till TKIBIWE.I 0-WF..1U, March 20.?Tba river and harbor ir of Icc. Thc tug Ferris steamed up to day, first arrival of the "eat-on at this port. Itt* not believed that navigation wiU open '-a;'.}- The lower end of th.- [all? an.i tbe Canadian harbors era yet frosee soUd. and ino Les il the Ray of yiuute ls reported two feet thick. TELEGRAPH RIVALRY IN BUFFALO. Btjtvalo, Msrch 20.?Tho rui'rimore and Ohio Telegraph Company lia/ '? > pr .nisei on M.i!n-*r. two doors from the Western I.'nlon Tel. <. mpeny-s old stand. Joseph Lsrleb bm been appointed .' r. The werk of eoum-cuug Uie wires 11 loiug puiued forward rapidly. A CHICAGO MAN'S FUNKRAJ. LV BUFFALO. BtrvFATaOi Mareil 20.?Tba talliers] of tbs Lats Alderman John H. Koiey, of Chicago, took place herc this morning, ami nm stSsnded by ? Urger sumner of person* j .- 1 furn ? Ity for a long Ume. A mtge delegation from Chicago was preaeut THE REVOLUTION! OF A J?Ai R COACH. Btsacusk, .Mai'.li 20,?Aniixedtrain ratha Utica, ithaca aad Elmira Railroad, r.,;. otf tbe track near I'.-'rvvllle, Mmlisor. < onn'v, tills mooing, OSSSbxf ? pa* sensjsjr eeaeb to rollover three times and lend upside down 1- Half a dosea persons were injured, but noue fata a* rrrOaf held for trial. Put .,iikkki"*!i:. March 20.?Further examina? tion tn hritxon, charged wttb compact t.. ui th. Pa irdej w Uved,and letton of tbs Orand Jury. -? TBTTJTO Titre Tl mi: TROT KOULDRS. Trot, llsrefa 20.?Nearly all day was eon anni'-.i in proenrrag a jury in tbe ems of tbs tTntoa Mouidurs patrol, soesssd MaUe ublc Irou Vt orita. TOR TUE HARVARD BOAT i'LCB. The "Hasty Pudding Club" of RsrrsrdCol* toge wQl give e musical bur t "Hernani" st tbs t-ulver-lt) Clul.Th ? weufy-stxth st.. ou rhe eueolega of April :i sad I foi tbs benefit of tbe Barvard Boat Clun. TxebeM are?n mle at 1 the i'i-h tvenue Hot I and Breetano'a ta UaJoaSs, 'Mu- performance is tobi ? d Mrs. 1. i\ Appleton, Mr*. Ot W. Bird, Mrs W. t. i::..-V>-tt. Mr*. I. . Mr*. J. H. . 'Lute. sirs. E. C. 1 oe Itl mo, Mr? W, H un M. ...1 Ja;. . Mis. Sire, il. E. P M 0. Perkins, afr* < . I- P. re Bob bins. Mrs. John Sherwood, Mrs. Merritt Trimble, Mrs.0. Wi 11.:. ll ,11.' nt Winthrop, UlFl.lNO TMWFKB AT lin. a- SOBSDET. ( hui les I.i illy, na*e t went j -t wu, thc son nf tho Janitor of the Academy of Mu*.', wi., io. ked up in the ii vastertlay, ona ebaiSS of rifling Um trunks of the actors and ?.-,? I of atanaseon'i troupa thal are at.ired ir. the hulldtng. . aa of tue owners of tho lr.ink.-a difficult matter, a* many of them are out of _ inE II E Wk 11- n RS I At EA IR. IUT. C'lNoRBSeMAN DIO NOT PKOXOt NCK. THE sr i.i. KKS..11 nos a rises ot si koo msc. From a lotter to DM ttdltcr of Th* TrUh Wurtd. My attention ha* bess eslled to an article in your paper ot Mareb B, entitled " Mr. Hewitt and the O'Donnell lic-oiutii.n." 1 supposed that I hud diapoaoil ol tin- culm..n\ when I Bsanrad von. In reply to your not., th.tt there wt* ne truth rn the allegation that I "ii.ui gillie ii.jti.. ..-:.?! Immediately after h,1 Ing ii.trixiii. cd the ri'.-.'uui'Ui. and had. In eSeot,aa* ?ure him that the Britiah Oovernmenl need aol tn-influ? ent ed bj thc action In tho U'Uouiu-i: sasa, a* lt nm ouly ,, pl.' Of lllltlCOMliXl." I now repeal that .ill them allegations sra absolutely untrue, and I ani.aoipriced thal after my uniform and ntterated deelsM. any doubt should extai upon tue *ub jcit. 1' iiii.iu.) I..-* no' ??-.cliped your observntoti that irticte of atiirmntivi- prool nu* BsaajSfsdSasd te auu-Hirt of tito charge against mc, aud Uioi .in oaUlug upon me to make Ifarthev explanation*, yon rcy.tm ms to prove a negative, whloh is neither reasonable, nor often poeslhto, although In this oaoe fortunately lam able* to do lt hy a sunple eatatemeut of the fact*.m they .wonned. .... I forbear to. malte?any. comment npon the motive* ed thone who have circulated malicious norie* to ray pre* ludioe, but I deem lt rlarht to say that you have been mis? led by erroneous reports (made In violation of the lnjuue tlon of secrecy) of the occurrence* in tbe room of the Committee on Por*!_TJ Affair*, os you can re.uli.y teln from any member of the comm.tree who w** pronomr on the occasion. Ortalniy I wa* not on ,the defensive end no rebuke* were eddreaaed to me. Finally, let me assure yell that there U not tba ?::*hte?** foundation for any chare*.' of bod faith again*! >?; ImH that my motives, from hi st to last, were neither lo .raia nor lem *j'"iuiiarlty, but gooley Ut perform *mf duty aaa representative of ,the peepM, bj leetag tam 'he ri-rhtsei Auierii'nn Cltiseas In forei-iu I ounti les were il . ,, *; .sided an I protected. If my eeU oe the British Mtnl*tsr wtthle two dav* after the |-assa?te of tl.e rea... Haa waa aa *? tinfortuii ce e.iiu, ni.-1,,., ' i certainly (urned it to <o.?d account, by tirang the rranttag ot the reqaeat spun the repreaentat-.ve of the Britiah Ooverament, le nrSSSS nantla wero ? 'the laeaM of hUSjBBd deal u " M 0 Hoiineii'e Ci-e Finally, let lt alwiva bc rcnieintiered -hit miMieratteat snd 00411 tray aSorded the only] mw uf ieeas> tmr a favorable response. If ? ?". ifuiltyof gram toll) if I had i tk?n anv other attn ide in my intec eeareewftb the British Minuter, with wbem itMaltbB my duty aud mj prlvi.cgu io pi- i ? BS, a - Htwrrr. TUE WEATHER REPORT. GOVERNMENT IVW< IJTfOV-t Wa-iiimituv, Manh "JO.?For Vew-F-nrlan-I, lleht snow or rain fol Lowed by clearing weather, nortS to weat winds, higher barometer, dight rise In tempera? ture on the ,'oaat, uear.y stationary temperature iu the interior. For th" Middle Atlantic Statea. -rencr-iliy fair weather, northerly wind*, higher barometer, *lia*bt iU*ii*-e* to temperature. For the Ohio Valley and Tennessee, fair weat-it**-, variable winds, generally shifting to norrheaatand south? east, Hain* followed In west portion by failing barometer, n.-irlv -.tatioiiitry followed by slowly rising temperature ou Friday. For tin- lower Cake region, light loc C ?iii.?t 'o'liiwed by fair weather, northeast to nortnwest winds, siight nm iu lemiK-raiure, gcucraliy higher baroiuei?-r. TEIBUHB LOCAL onsERVATIoy*-. rn [HOURI-: to on ag. 11 ?? t. I ? J_t Tl* tlfcf-n- .\iim% thyt Mrattatfl ll -, ? ,.j st i-atl Oflncim. v il,,*, fifa !|,min, if 'lu, for t_? |? 0., p.-?c-lln?-Tulnlaat rh. llT*a*__ w-iit.- lita -.pru.ut, th. Mci.lau "' it) l?Cl*t tao** a. i.i Tat. la* Nf r*M ta, Tarta!!*-", in t? . ? 'i- -a inli.-u-t iy tb* ts*---, nat t i'ui,3dc-, tn bi ,-si-aj Tnip-t.-s-x "ir-riir Mates -'I.?1 a. m.?Tb* m'iv*rr.<*m ie the baronier.-r y.-atcrdav wit* upward. Cloudy we i"bel . led, arith ..-1 of sa ? ..-*? naged beteeeii W and ir. . . <v-' iwi-ig rraapeadlag day last year tai ig . iwer tliau on Wedm *; ia f weather and light rata, may bi expected to-day j .ny. ? I 'tielbet-g'a Perf.it.i. Riim M-ll. ALLEV-RAMSl ?.-',' tbs Pl ?' "??" ll ? toa, '? ,.'-*? Mr. John tt* . . * ea Kl v All , ' I .A miine and add ? tt. DUD. KAl-r***?On yteduetA - i Maret l> Mi- F, - of Hannan !(?..? aa.iD, and di , Wi...am ll It* . Relmives and friend* sri iBVttSd to Stead ' ?? f'in--? sse. ... ..........:.u d mea . Emt 1 that. CRAVER?Si raday. Mi iN uttom t isa ? .Mrs ll J - Friends ar* ii-suectfully mfin-l tu ?:tsiul :. . tl . a.vary t.'huich, oacnar '.1*1-.*-. B . . I ie tBtirtlSJ m ll a. m. bl'Eluin Rli-omtleld. SJ. on Tu.-s.Uf. tx** Hilt nisi, 0 I J J IU K 1) ir. 4 Navy, and daagnmr of Uenrgi- lt ir r. formerly Atu, r. aa ( iiQi.t, t.i tile bal,.i. . er'*. Lurch. _i>'i!.-t.ivfu, N J., un Ii. lay, _:*t in-t.. a- J .ela k ? Bars >;? md Christi ;.h.'r its at 1. > BaUUvas.ind bleeds ireloadly la URAST?Attl - ?' '.,!au' ti . . ' ?v?*> lag, March So, s-i tlesaadar c ?? tat, in hi* "uta -.r Tba hmaral aervioM will toa* alao* si tue t'harch I .? iBOMHIon Ilth BT* ami lu.hst , un silt .inlay, Morea .., ol IO *. m. Belatl voi and friend* ore reipactfnliy Lnvii '?> i iiiuilly limn fl).nn. LOWEST?l:.nrs.l.tf. Mai . 8 , w-.d-.w if filia towarr aad daushterut the Ut* tttayhaa AlUe, tu tee "i'i year of hor ag a. fXtMd* iir.' ll < "-rie*| from Madison Square Pre.brtai ao ( horeb, Madiaou-ave-, eorne lay, Ml -- at 10 a tu. I Sower* MILBfeV-At tatbavtUs ' >n . . s imlay. March ll U?BM ? ? l*rederiek P. and ...ara a. Mi:**, age-i _S mouth*. ?:.. un r:,a:si*v, Miroh J". . ?-(, Benn - Norton, In tn* 34th year uf his iga i. from tu* lat* re.tl.lea. o on aaturdsy, March ll, it t I> ni SHAM?i ffiiHiriSsy Maseb la, ISSs, aaaMty MSerS * .,' - leorga it Shaw ? ? -ral *.?:????'.' .?? r.i ba ( Pitday ai i. a. m., at harhMenaMeeoa, Nu. IMS Mv.ij.iun.4a *t., uruok.yn. vi'.i-:DE.vnrRi-?TT-Mar*h 2' :?-' t meat, wteow ''-im. I'etor Vrcioubargh and lUaghUu of the .alo Abram Bnn. k Fuiiaral frum the Reformed Charch, at FresUuul, -V J. - it iirilay, Mai ci. --, at I 0 ut. V.*! , .1* - ' - . !...ula, Mo., on Wednesday. .*.f*r.'h '.D, William UTggius. inly mo ol Um lat* -laame. li. Wi^'uii, in the .1' th year .ii ms age. S EKKKS-Os ares'Beela/, March 19. Mille r* let-kill, wit of Arthur 1) Wet-ko*, aud .ians-uter ol ljwuatiu.l uni Mary O. Um: : Funeral *ervlcea will be held at her late residence, Frtilay morning, Maifh 21, .it LU a Stol < WAiKi-*--IsBneklvn, Mai ill ?-. lase ..ibota, wifeuf Horace Wale ra, 1 . . : i.ue* linda **q . uf Bnahline ? Fuii.n.t. - Ba Bato ::i toe -)tron?; Hiooe !:??)(ul L'hurch,' ornet Dee . . . . i Helatlv.-. a:.l frletiu- arv k?.t.y .uvils-tl. liuilon Jia-ji-in -ncaae i.-ojif. Special Xoticea. Arilstlc Hemorlal*. TheN'EW.KV lUVli . UNIT Ul I ISM Ii- -I ", ix .4u11rr1s.nl y.uio.u. Woewtif, xe. Fina 11 i-i : ?; . 1 . . 1 - , . , . 1-1 vt i fl Uit'MfliUal.'S irilUtW 1 - ' 1 r . . ; . ? hilt-.!. N V '.rt.-- LUI .l'?av 0. W Ll i'i.^ Abandon I ATHETERSL H il'.Mi* . "-CTBRIZATI lit, cmi'.iia uni all traaltiiei.t which tue* Dot ? an- -ti. f ? kiilm-f sail tinnary aflvctlons in saba - - - - aUmUiia oaaaB Uruniate in pro*uata a.a.el. Ut >Bt'* ainj . ' t ".ter other phrsl.-ian* Uar V-w York g| a ? ll lue olll. e. l.iJ.I 1.1 ? . BURKA.TJ_| Tlte IV tu nu.-ii- I ..h. ? um meer : a.NV. Now on exJLUbitli v . . lene- ?! 7 Mi, a li I Mod .-.. n aler c'otori. Bf M ii..'. M aa. ? a saL'ACSIStXKSS, - r fl..11. a . .' ' 1'BtI ? ' ? Sf \ iiiim;i \ The whult- to tn- tuA ny Au . ? j _ in/ u- ii ___________ l*,l?l 11'in c * tattiara for Eorop* ne-xl nu. . f iltrooted fir ut*. fi t . . .'t.'ifle port* ami Hu Wet ? . ?-. y ot ? ai 7. i" ii iti tm r *. a . Ull'l tint St. fl . ? r - ll OJ lilla r*< :. i *. t ? - , twet* ?i : . ?. u. tor l-nru.-a, --. i'll a' ! p. tn f if the Windward lils ? . t lu: . ..?*. TV a.-ia i ot 10 a ni. tor VaneMSla sm -'aracsi*, i>?r aa. o. uiytte. Mall- :..r .'Iii;.- ml J.ipun. | (RMSBJseMra fia sea i .am i- tt B p. a. Malle Mt Auaiia.m. No? teal*nd, Oonda .'.a... :v Ii?ada,l>ire 'a "li *-au l-'ra- i-n! -j ?i il p. iii ? .: Sea k'ert of *. a. (-ity nf li. run mis .. s tor Austia.iai * i in- namala ol etoetos et irani-Pocitlc man. is sRssejad >a tin- 'ir-tiim-ii.ou ol un.. aBiuierruptod ?'? tod aaatt u? aau ii, , (rom tm i.**i uni .u ?; os ima ai **e I iain i-i. o oa tba dag of ooil'u*- of steam, r* aro >liei'_l. hi*4 thruce the saiiie.uv. UliNllY u I*EAKSOS 1'tMiiii.ialar. _i'.*?t " B Var*tB T.. March U l**-*;_ The tireai waiiaaa . . . _.^_ Achieved by I'ArtWELI.. UASSkV _.'i"s I Ml l ?* >S . lYVEK OIL, ?Uh PKPel.N WI) tll'lNTN'S hos Induced many unlUUou*. ila! the unfilial. 1,1.1 liio-atway aud j Ta Stliafi),_ _ lt. h.'.> i in* Moriuue. flO SEMI-WEKKLY TKIIII'VE, Price ui wiajipor (rtnalv for uiaiiiug), -1 cent* per ocnt One oopy, uih) j ear, $?4o. tan tsopiaa oatt au ok tra S'S. I*?_ate msaamm -res ui ui? sun*, i um.* IMS 1 lUaUMo, -?aw .jfk.