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CABLE NEWS
"Prom .A.11 Parts of the
Old Woyld_
VICTORIA OUT FOR A VISIT.
Parliamentary Inquiry Relative to Iter Majesty
and the Foreign Secretary.
CAVE AND THE KHEDIVE.
Sufferings of the Survivors of the Wreck
of the Ship Strathmore.
THE SULTAN TO HIS SUBJECTS
Latest from Austria, Africa, France, Servia
and Other Quarters.
ENGLAND. '
QCEEM VICTORIA. PETS OCT FOR HER TOTTB OH
THE CONTINENT? EARL DRRBY IN COMPANY
WITH HER MAJESTY ? 'cHAHQE WEAKER BUT
etv iniBp w it a x n'.a kim tv phhtivvvt
London, March 27, 187fi.
Queen Victoria and Princeas Beatrice leave Windsor .
at twenty minutes to lour this afternoon lor Portsmouth.
Thoy will go to Cherbourg to-morrow In the
yacht Victoria and Albert.
Earl Derby, ns Secretary of State, will accompany
her throushout tho tour.
tnk crows ro ra called to account.
During the session of tho House of Commons to-day
Mr. Anderson, member for Glasgow, placed upon the
notice paper a question respecting tho absence of Her
Majesty the Queen and Lord Derby during the Parha.
mentary session.
THE BOTAL TITLES BILL IN THE HOUSE OF
LORDS?LORD SHAFTESBURT'S OPINION.
London, March 27?Evening.
In the House of Lords to-day tho Earl of Shaftesbury
pave notice that if the Koyal Titles bill should
pass its second reading ho would move an address
praying tho Queen lo a?snrae a title more in acrordincc
with national history and the loyalty of bcr subjects
than tbe title of empress.
condition on 'change.
The Stock Exchange to-day opened weaker than on
Bucluattons. Discounts arc weaker. Somo transactions
liavo been made at 27,. Money Is in good demand
at 3,i? per cent on government collaterals, In anticipation
or tho requirements of tho coming settlement.
FOREIGN SECURITIES DULL.
Iaixoor, March 27?Evening.
On the Stock Exchange this evoning foreign securities
closed dull and English railways flrm.
BRKADSTcrrs surn.y?revikw or tiik grair trade.
The Mark Lane Krprert, in its review of the grain
trade for the past week, says the tendency to
Improvement noticed last week has assumed
the shape of a definite advance In prices, and the
caution with which buyers operated lately has been
lueceeded by a feeling of greater conAdence. This Improvement
is not confined to London, but Is shared by
ill the large provincial and tho majority of tho Continental
markets. Telegrams from Odessa report a good
Inquiry, with considerable shipments for Continental
account. Finer weather at tho end of the week had
the eA"cct of quieting tho nearer foreign markets as
well as those of London and Liverpool; hut wo are Inclined
to think tho ln'1 is only temporary, in viow of
the probable shortness of slocks in Franco and Germany.
Our own country markets continue scantily
supplied by farmers at from 2a. to 4s. per quarter
higher. A greatly reduced quantity of Englisn wheat,
apparently, will bo marketed during the next month
or si\ Feeding corn shared tho revival of aolivity,
and both barley and maize have risen. Flour has
brood realizes higher prices.
AN AMEIUCAN BniP OFFICER TRIED AND
ACQUITTED.
Liticrroot, March 27, 1878.
Thomas Power, the first officer of the American ship
Mnrcia Green leaf, has been tried at this place lor shooting
two of the crew at roa on the 10th or Jannary.
He was acquitted, the shooting being declared Justifiable.
THE LOSS OF TOE SHIP 6TRATHMOBE?DETAILS
OF THE DISASTER.
Losikw, March 27, 1870.
The following details of the loss of tbe'emigrant ship
Sirnthmore, from this port for New Zealand, hive been
received here:?
STRIKES THE ROCKS.
The Strathreore struck the rocks nmong the Croret
group of islands in the South Taciflc, on the 1st of July
at halt-past four o'clock in the morning, and was
wrecked immediately.
Forty-four persons were drowned.
scrrBRiso or Tnr scrvivob*.
The snrvlvors saved nothing whatever, andj sublisted
themselves upon the rocks for six months upon
the sea birds and tholr eggs. When they were rescued
they were much emaciated and almost naked.
Five had died there from exposure and want.
AUKRICAX RKI.ikp.
The Captain of tlio American whaler Voting rhcenlx,
nf New Bedford, rescued them, supplied them with
clothing and treated them with great kindness.
ARISTOCRATIC AND POPULAR OPPOSITION TO
Til* EMPRESS' TITLE.
Loxnox, March 2S, 1S78.
The Standard understands there is to bo no division
en the second reading of the Royal Titles bill Irs the
Bouse of Lords. The leaders of the opposition are relolved
to make a great efTort to support Lord Shadeskury's
motion for an address to the Queen praying her
aot to assume the title of Empress.
aoitatiox orr or doom.
Leading liberals hold a meeting in St. James' Hall
next Saturday to protest against the bill.
A great meeting was held in Iasicester last night, at
which resolutions declaring agnlaat the assumption of
the title of Empress were adopted.
plimkoll's plan for mprcantii.e marine
KKauiiATiun urriAiei).
1,0x0011, Marrb 27,1876.
In Ibo House of Commons tonight Mr. Pllmsot)
sored an amendment to the Merchant Shipping Mil,
providing that erery British vessel, before sailing Irora
a port of the I'ntted Kingdom, mart In re ? certificate
ol seaworthiness.
The government opposed the amendment on the
(round that It lessened tbe responsibility of shipowners.
The amendment was rejected by a vote of 247 to 110.
AUSTRIA
Kimrrrr. orth im italy oh his way to
AMXRICA.
Via***, March 27. 1S7&
Tna American Minister. Mr. orth, la at preatnt in
Italy with his lamily. He will sail Irom Liverpool for
Jtrw Vera ?rm? time in May.
Mr. J. P. Delaplalne, tho Secretary of LefMlon, Hill
kct m Charge d AlUirra
Tfl KtTBBTAH AMBASSADOR nRSTOHS.
bunon. March I ITS.
Tli? riaaet' aprelal Aeapalr.h from llerlm ilaU? that
Coon'-Uor vmi NurmolT, who baa been the Ambassador
f law at Vina* sinca 1(70, baa ratified In conaeo
FEW T
queue* of * misunderstanding with Count Andrassj, I
tb* Austrian Prcmltr.
FRANCE.
(
j A BOWAPAHTI8T MEMBKIt UNSEATED?ABTIZAN
WTinm TW THE PHILADELPHIA MHIBI
tiom.
Vr.rsaili.ss, March 27, 1878.
In tbe Chamber of Deputies the election of H. !
Ilaentjens, Honapartist, was annulled by a vote of 288
to 188.
the PHILADELPHIA ExniKtTIO*.
M. Duportall, radical, Introduced a bill authorising a
special pram of $20,000 to meet tno expense of sending I
French workmen to the Philadelphia Exhibition.
GERMANY.
|
the national revenue income much less
than was calculated.
Rerlik, March 27, 3878.
The RrirhxantrigT announces that the imperial revenue
for the year 1876 falls )2,800,000 short of what ,
was anticipated.
tim trsit op hcoxoht.
Tbe savings effected, however, exeeedod the estimates
by 18,828,000, thus giving a surplus of over $4,000,000.
TURKEY.
| imperialist oeftcial8 in conference concerning
refugee hrrzkoovinanb.
Kaoisa, March 27^ 1878.
All Pasha, the Governor of Herzegovina; Mustnpha
Pasha and VasBa KfTnndl, the Pacification Commission- 1
an nn/1 Hiron RnHtch fhA fiflT#rnMP ftf f)n1m.ati.i OTA
hero conferring about the method of dealing with tho
Inhabitants of Hersegovlna who bavo taken refago on
Anstrian territory.
THF. SULTAN EMBARRASSED FINANCIALLY.
Londox. March 27, 187ft.
Tho Times' special despatch from Odessa rays:?
Fix million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars are
still wanting to complete the payment of the Turkish
coupon* due In January last. The Ottoman Bank refuses
further advances.
The breach between the Saltan's government and
the Bank is daily wtdunlng.
THE SERVIANS OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE THEIR
DERI RE FOB PEACEFUL RELATIONS?THE MONTENEGRINS
FIRM FOR WAR.
Vienna, March 27, 1878.
The Political Correspondence (newspaper) reports
that tboServian Minister of Foreign Affairs has just
made the following official declaration to Prince
Wrede, tbo Diplomatic Agent of Austria at Belgrade.
A PROTESTATION OK PRACEPPl. PfRPOSKM.
"The Servian government has no Intention whatever
ol attacking Turkey or of Impeding the work of pacification
undertaken by the great Powers?a course which
' might subject Fervia to collective proccodings on tho
part of tho great Powers. Servia's military prepara- I
lions aro merely due to the completion of her military
organization."
THE MONTENEGRINS STIM. RKROLTEP.
It Is stated that the mission of Petrovtc, the Montenegrin
Foreign Minister, to (irnbovo to Indure the Insurgents
to stop fighting and prevent foreigners from Joining
thom has failed.
AFRICA.
gordon reports his location and inten- |
tions.
Loxdor, March 27, 1S7G.
The Tim's to-day has a special telegram Irom Cairo '
stating that letters had been received there trom Colonel
Gordon, dated at Fatlco, on the 3d of February.
The expedition is all well.
Colonel Gordon announced that ho eras coming to
: Cairo, and expected to reach F.ngland In October.
BRAZIL.
coffee market quotations?rati of exchang!.
Rio j ask i bo, March 27, 1R76.
Coffee market animated; large sales (or the United
j State^ Good ffrsta, 6,900 a 8,060 rols per ten kilos.
Exehango on London, 26.
Pastos, March 27, 1878.
Coffee quiet; prices maintained; no change.
GENERAL CUSTER.
the oenebal on hik wat to testify before
cltmer's committee.
Mosrok, Mich., March 27, 1878.
General George A. Custer, United States Artny,
pent Sunday hero en route Irom Fort Lincoln to Washington,
whither be has been summoned to testify bofore
L'lvmer'a committee in the matter of the post
traderabtpa. The General says the exposure now
the frontier, 08
Tnr. FRAUDS AND RMRKKIKS
known to have been used in obtaining thoso positions
hove been tally understood nt the posts lor years. The
General will doubtless be enabled to throw some additional
light on the subject.
WHISKEY CASE IN CHICAGO.
CniCAOo, III, March 27, 1876.
In the case of Tohlman k Rush, distillers, this
morning, tho defence introduced a large number of
< prominent citizens of Chicago who liavo known the de?
' fondants Intimately. Their testimony showed tbat
I both defendants are men of high business standing
; ir. the community. Mr. Kapp, the bookkeeper of
I'oblnun & Rush, testified that he never knew of nny
j Illegalities of which tho defendants were accused being
practiced by tho firm, and denied that he had ever
assisted In affixing stamps which had been used. SevI
ersl witnesses lor the government bad stated that ho
, had dono tills.
VERMONT REPUBLICANS.
PBEPARINO FOB THB UNION CONVENTION ON
WEDNESDAY?REPUBLICANS UNITED AND EARNEST?BLAINE
AND BBISTOW ABOUT EQUAL AS
rATUWiH.
Bubmsotok, March 27, 187ft.
Wednesday, the 29fh, Is the day appointed for the
holding of the Republican Union Convention lor Vcrr
moot In this city. The Convention will assemble In the
hall at noon, and, Irom present appearances, looking
over the political situation in the Slate, the prospect Is
that It will bo ono of the largest attended and most
i earnest and interesting of tbo conventions convened
i within the limits of the Urcen Mountain Slate. For
! weeks past, ever since the call of the State Commitfo
was issued for the convening of this convention lor the
j selection ol delegates to the Cincinnati Convention.
I the political atmosphere has been serene. All promt,
nent politicians ol the republican party?and there sro |
; scores of them?in Vermont have entered into spirited
' discussioua relative to ihta and that gentleman's
I Ulnesa lor the next Presidential candidacy.
RI.AIXR Attn HRIKTOW VA VOniTKt-.
Prom the public sentiment, so far a* I have been able
; to glean Irom observations made and conversations
i had with many representative gentlemen of the repub.
j lican party, the Hon. James <i. Blame. of Maine, is the
j first choice ol the republicans ol Vermont lor next
| President; but still, upon the otber hand, Secretary
i Hritlow stands in high lavor, and would undoubtedly
! carry the republican vote of llio 8late unanimously if
j nominated at Cincinnati. Begirding the selection of
; delegates lo represent the Stale there have been many
' gentlemen talked of. Vermont has within its borders
. men ol *ae.i<!lft and wise loresnclit mil the trnnhhr.ins
of the Mate. through the representative* thave
! ehwscn lo represent them at Burlington next tVednes- |
I day, look eartirstlr and with greet pride lor tho selection
rrom among thi* number of the boat of Vermont'!
representative citizens.
rit* rtnsT op*.
Vermont Area the tlrst gun in the Presidential earnpstcn,
the election occurring on the (Irst T>ie?.iaj- of
; ^epiember. an<l the republican* ?eem determined th.it
j her record shall not be uncertain. The recent developI
tnents at Wash'ngton, through the management of the
l democrat* in Coniress, aeem to hare had little or no
; rflert politically upon the republican* in this state, and
the? seem now to be a -oild unit in the republican
I arena; hut they emphatically Insist that corruption of
I any kind shall' be exposed and punished, fall upon
whomsoever it may, and that none but honest men
; shail be the standard bearer of the paitjr,
POLITICAL.
Convections *11! b? held In the following State* tomorrow
(*arcb 29);?Pennsylvania (Republican at
llerrubnrg); Vermont (Republican. Burlington) ; Ohio
(Republican, Columbn*).
Ilersehcll V. Johnson and Colonel Warren .tlVen are
; named (or Governor of Georgia. The former has "been
; there" and kaews how easy has thn head that wears a
| crow*
ORK HERALD, TUESDAY,
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. |
THE KEW PRESIDENT OP COLOMBIA?MORE |
PEACEPUL IN THE INTERIOR?SENATORIAL.
ELECTIONS?ITALIAN RECLAMATION AND THE
BOTAL NATAL FLAG?THE CONDITION OF THE
CENTRAL STATES UNQUIET AND THREATENING?PROSPECT
OF WAR.
Panama, March 18, 18TA.
Since the departure of the steamer Andes from Asplnwall
for New York on the 12th Inst. but little has
transpired of sufficient interest to communicate.
TilS rRKSIDKNCT.
aii omnai oerpaicn irom tsogoia ronnrms id? bd* i
nonoccment of the election of Dr. Aqulleo Parr* as |
President of this Republic.
The new President will take hit eeat on the lat of
April.
The following hare bom elected " Leslgnados" or i
Vtco Presidents,land recognized as such by Congress:? |
First, Dr. Santiago Peros: second, General Eliseo
Nelra; third, Dr. J. M. Venyochea.
CONDITIO* or AFFAIRS I* TtIB ITTRRIO*.
The general tone of the nows from the Interior of
thts Republic Is of a more peaceful nature, and the
compromises and concessions of tho different parties !
arc likely to Insure a continuance of peace throughout |
the country.
tub skxatortal itsfrlsnxtatiof from tatlama.
The Senators from Panama baring been refused per- j
mission to take their seats in tbe national Congress, a
new election has been called for. By official decree the |
Legislative Assembly of the State has been called, to ,
meet In this city In extra session on the 14th of April
for tho purpose of making tho dosurod election.
IT A MAX IIKCI.AMATIOX.
The Italian corvette Vetbor Ptsant arrived here on |
the 16tb from La I'nion, Salvador, whither she had :
gono 10 anm.inu ri'parnuou lur ?uo uaingoi commiuea i
on Italian subjects during the Into massaer* at San j
Miguel.
The government have, It is understood, agreed to j
par all met claims arising out of tho a flair that may bo j
brought forward.
nonon to tflg crown,
The Vettor Tisnni Is tho first Italian war vessel that !
has visited the Pacific.
The Italian residents In Panama nre preparing to |
giro tho officers of tho ship a grnnd ball on the 22d {
insl. Her British Majesty's ship Ropulao and steam j
sloop Fantomo arc also In port.
a botai. charity.
The government of Italy has granted nn annual j
subsidy of $80, gold, In aid of tho Foreign Hospital in
j this city.
| CONDITIO* OP AFFAIRS IN THE CENTRAL AMERICAN
STATES?THE RELATIONS UNSETTLED
AND A PROSPECT OP WAR.
Panama, March 18, 1878.
Tho steamer Salvador nrrived from tho Central American
coast on the morning of the 14th Inst., with later
dates from tho different republics.
cause for alarm.
Although tho various States continue at peace the ,
news is not at all satisfactory. A general feeling of tils- j
trust and want of confidence provalls, and each Repub- [
lie Is keeping troops on its frontiers to be ready for
any emergency.
Honduras.
In Honduras tho revolution In favor of Medina
seems to havo boon completely successful, although
the defeated President, Leiva, threatens furtner efforts
to re-establish himsett.
guatemala.
In Guatemala the Confederation Diet had closed Its
sessions without having arrived at any satisfactory
results.
may comb to wae.
A rupture bctweon Guatemala and Salvador was eon-Mn-A/I
im-l-r.nl . ? A l> I u 11? . ?,1 I I /, ?..II _|||
bring news of ooon hostilities having commenced. The
atiitudo ol Salvador was menacing in tlio extreme, and |
for this reason Guatemala had recalled into service her i
disbanded soldiers to the number of 15,000 men.
It is said that Salvador continues to afford an asylum :
to Leiva, the deposed President of Honduras, and that I
Guatemala has sent 1,000 men, under Marco A. Soto,
j Into Honduras to pacify that Stata
j A GUATEMALAN ARMT MARCXIXG Ton THK
SALVADOR FRONTIER.
Panama, March IS, 1*7?,
The City of New York bring Guatemala dates to the
7th.
President Harrlos with 1,600 men had started for the
frontier of Salvador whore Gonzaioa, President of Salvador,
seemed to havo prepared for aflghi.
mcst flout.
An armed enconflter must follow.
THK MKAXS FOR WAR.
Guatemala has ample resources both In men and !
j money to carry on a war for many months to comc. A 1
loan of $600,000 has Just been given the government, i
nnvnhln in Inxtnlmpnli nf 1100 (MM) monthly Kiirtlior
mini have boon oliered, which, wilh the revenues Irnm
diiterenl sources, will in the next five months give the
government $2,000,000 to carry on tho war,
Salvador has only about 7,000 men under arms, and
j Is already crippled for lands.
The general opinion is that should war ensne Gnate]
mala must be victorious.
? corr>: msrkkt.
On the fitn fn?t. colTee sold lor $10.50 per quintal on
plantation, which Is equal to $18.75 onboard ship.
THE BELL TOWER MURDER.
THOMAS W. nrZB SENTENCED TO DEATH BY
HANGING.
Boston, March 27, 1876.
Thomas TV. Piper, the convicted murderer of little ,
I Mabel Young in the belfry of tho Warren
avenuo Baptist church, in this city last May, j
was sentenced to death In the Supreme Jodie1
cl&l Court this forenoon. He has been tried twice, the j
Jury disagreeing on* the flrst trial, but on the second
| the verdict was prompt and nnanitnous.
Pipor has lost all the rugged appearance which he had
when first arraigned, and looks pale and careworn. He
| was placed at the bar, and the prosecuting counsel made
i the motion lor sentence In response to the question
i whether ho had anything to say. Piper repeated that
I bo was Innocent ol the murder of Mabel Young. Tho
! Jnriirn then nrnnnnnccd the sentence of death hv hsntr.
Intr, the time of its execution to bo fixed by the Kxccutlve
ol the Commonwealth.
I>nring tho sentence l'iper stood erect, handkerchief
In hand, glancing at Judge Colt with agonising attention,
and as the impressive tones of the Judge's roice
grew, If possible, more solemn, Piper's eyes
filled ttp and Ills far? indicated the terrible s'ttf'
lertng he was striving to coneeal; and toward the end
of the sentence it seemed that he must break down and
give vent to hts foelings, but Ills will overcame bis
emotion, and as soon as the last words ot the Jndge
was uttered the iinlortnnate prlsonor was harried from
the room and taken bark to Jail, there to await the
final act in the administration of justice.
NEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE.
A CONSTITUTIONAI, CONVENTION KF.XT JULY? '
COMPULSORY VACCINATION PROVIDED?TUB
FREE COUNTY ACT.
TitiNio*, March 27, IRTfi.
The bill providing for a Constttnttonal Convention,
to consist of delegates by Assembly districts, on the
llth of July next, passed the Bouse to-night by a vote
of A8 to 17.
The bill providing
for the forfeiture of licenses for tho sale of liquor In
eases of the vloinllon of ihe liquor or Sunday law
passed by a vote of 31 to 2.10
Mr. Brown introduced a bill providing lor the com
pul?nry raccination or children in cduraiionsi
eleemosynary institutions, under a penally of g.'iO lor
escn vwdation. In tne Senate Mr. Magec introdnced a
bill making It lawful for owners of real estate living
in counties governed by provisions ol the firs
County art. whirh property Is encumbered by niort- .
gage, io agree with the holder of the mortgage being a
resident in five counties, that the owner shall pay
taxes tlint may be assessed on such mortgage. A large
number of blils wcro Introduced, kerer.il relating to
taxes on mortgages, Ac.
NOVA SCOTIA RAILROAD.
HAl.ir.tx. March 27. 1S7A
, ,
The bill to amend the act to subsidise (he t'nited |
State*. Xlcpanx end Atlantic. Railway passed the seeend
reading In the Ilouae on Saturday night, wttnont a
divieion. The length ol the road will t>? sixty.lour
miles, and the subsidy will lie over $0,000 a mile.
IMPEACHMENT OF GOVERNOR AMES. !
Jacksox, Mir*., March 27, 1978.
The House managers to-dnv (lied two additions)
articles of impeachment against Governor Amos, to the
effect that, In consideration of $2,800 paid the Superintendent
of the I'enitentlsry and $200 paid a member
of the legislature, fJoreruor Ames pardoned ono Ales- I
ander Smith, sentenced to the Penitentiary lor III# for !
a criminal outrage, (torernor Ames' roansel aro
allowed till Wednesday to make answer. Roger A
Pryor and Thomas }. Durant era the Governor's j
, conoacl i
MARCH 28. 1876.?TRIP]
THE STORM.
THE EKOLAND FRFBIIETR.
Rostom, March 27, 1876.
I-ater advices from Clinton. Mans., show thai tho
damage occasioned bjr the giving way of the Massy
]*ont dam was even greater than at Oral estimated,
and that $200,000 will hardly cover It It ts
not known that any lives were lost, but
It la > reported that two men are missing
who were known to hate been in one of the buildings
destroyed. The aceue to-day for a distance of two
miles, tke tract of the water, recalls the lerriblo Mill
Hirer disaster, the gorge cut by tho flood varying from
twenty to sixty foet deep, leaving huge cranlte boul
acrs cleanly washed where none wag to bo
scon before. Th? ponds from which Hits
wnter cams covored a space of 200
aeres to a depth of Irani ten to twenty foel, and were
swollen by rerent ralna to far gronter proportion*.
About two o'clock on Sunday It became evident there
was danger, and efforts wcro mado to strengthen the
dam with msttrasHes, baJet os bay and small trees, but
the efforts were unavailing. They dyko melted llko
snow, and at throe o'clock the wmors hurst forth with a
mighty rush, sweeping uway everything in its path.
Troes were twisted, snapped and uprooted, earth aud
boulders were torn front betwoen the hills, leaving a
rough gorgo several rods In width. After passing Kullervillo
uown to the branch of tne Nashua River the
water had a larger scope and was carrlod off without
further obstacle.
ltCILOtNUS DESTROYS b.
The summary of buildings destroyed Includes the
Clinton Tannery, tho Kullcrville Company's fuctory,
the comb laclory and four other buildings. The principal
losses were lit Kitllerville, which is now a complete
ruin where there was a thriving manufacturing
settlement. The company occupied livo buildings,
hardly a vestige of which now remain. Tho loss of tho
Messrs. Boyco Is quite heavy.
hi mat wasiisn away.
A Putnam (Conn.) special, giving tho particulars of
the froslicl iu (julnebaug and French rlvors. Sunday
morning stales thul tho llood could have
beeu prevented by the exercleo ol rare
and energy and arose in part from tho
stoppage of a largtie culvert used as an outlet. The
accumulated water rushed through tho town causing
great damage. The coal yard ol E. U l.von was par
tiully swept away ; loss about $5,000. The mill of tho
Putnam Manulacturlng Company was Injured
and tho boiler house ami some mnchidery
carried uway. This corporation loses $5,000. A number
of other mills wero damaged and but ono or two
were running to-ilav. Individual losses will servo to
swell the total to a larco amount The Irarks of
the Norwich and Worcester and New York and
New Knglaml roads wero torn up, and travel wan suspended.
The New York boat irnui passed orcr this
morning. Ttio railroads lo?c $4,000. Despatches atnto
that the dam in Stiirbrnlge, Mass., sixteen miles above
Putnam, was washed nwa.v.
rtvK mkx naowxitn.
At Taftsvillo (Ire men were drowned by the giving
way of a dam they wero repairing.
TIIK PRINCIPAL LOSSES.
A special to tho Herald, giving the details of the
freshet at Clinton, Mass., places tho total loss at
(360,000.
Among tho principal losers aro:?Dryant k King,
tanners, nearly $100,000.
H. A. Marshall, soap works, $7,000.
Messrs. Cibbs At Litchfield, coinbmakers, about
$27,000 on stock and machinery.
Lowo Brothers, cotnbmakers, loss heavy, their factory
being swopl away.
The Kullerville Mills, owned by Boyre Brothers, of
Lynn, makers of elastic and shoe bindery, were destroyed.
lams $40,000.
At South Lancaster the flood carried away tho grist
mill of W. J. Scrlvner and damaged the Mansneld Cotton
Mill
TOE MKItUIMAC.
Boston, March 27, 1570.
The water In the Merrliuac Itlvcr reached Its
height this evening, and Is now receding. No further
apprehensions are felt from the Iresbct, though
various mills will be Interrupted for some days.
THE DAMAGE IN RHODE ISLAND.
Pbovidknck, March 27, 1878.
Reports of, damage by the storm ot Saturday night
are coming to band. The mills in I,onsdalo are
stopped to-day, the mill yards aro lull of water,
most of the lower floors of tho mtlls and
blcacliery aro covered with water, and consider
able damage will bo tho result. A imall brldgo across
Blackstono River, and Bcrkoly mill, Just above I Hinsdale,
la carried away. In Woonsocket ihe railroad
bridge was carrlod away by a large float o( logs from
0. B. Aldricb'a yard, which wero boomed In, hut wheu
his barn floated olf (he boom gave *?.< with I In* above
result. Aldrich's lose will amount to $10,000. The
water was so high in luo Hamlet null that ttic warp
nnd cloth were obliged to bo/etnoved. There is fifteen
feel of water on the first flour of the Rubber Works.
Water was so high in U. G. Hallow ft Co.'s mill
that tho workmen wero obliged to romovo tho main
bell from the pit. lu Asluon, yc-slerday afternoon, a
small boy fell into a tanning torrent, and was carried
down tho stream and drowuod. His perilous position
was seen by sevoral spectators, but they could uot rescue
him. A few only of tho nulls in the northrrn section
of the State will be ablo to run during tho noit
few daya
At I'ascoag the damage was unusually heavy. The
manufacturing property In KurrilIviI'e was badly
flooded and a portion of the building carrlod awar. In
this place alone the damage is estimated at $J00,000.
Early In the afternoon Wilson's Beservoir gave way
and swept everything before it.
All the dams between the above nnd tho village of
Oakland, except the Harrtsville dam. stood (he freshol,
but they are badly gullied. The railroad bridge at
Oakland was washed away and no trains have ruu over
the Springfield Road in consequence of the dnmxge to
the track. The "aylos Mill was partially washed out,
while tho satinet mill of T. E. Hopkins was partially
earned away.
Hopkins k Co. ' machine shop and the picker room
and dye bouse of the Waldron Cassimcro Mill wero
also carried off. Soon after T. E. Hopkins' null went
down the dam at the Ionian mill gavo out and the
mill was badlv flooded. The dains of tho Mohegau,
A BCHOOSEB and brio wrecked.
Portland, Mo., March 27, 1870.
Tho schooner Harriet Newell, Kent, from Klizabcthpori
for Ilartb, with a cargo or coal, wont ashore on
Bluff Island, below Portland, yesterday morning, and Is
a total wreck, ller captain and his wife were drownod,
the rest of the crew saved. The survivors report a
brig ?as In company with them when they went
ashore, and afterwards found wrockcd stufl. They
suppose she was lost.
riTE sAn.ona drowned.
Portsmouth, K. H., March 27. 1878.
The following are additional particulars of tho wreck
of the brig A. Porter, of Annapolis, N. 8 , on I.unqlng
Island, on Sunday morning:?
The vessel lafl St. Martin's Fehrunrv 18th. When
three days ont alio sprung a leak and put Into St.
Thomas A survey was there had. tho vessel
pronounced seaworthy and proceeded. Subsequently
she encountered a snccesslon
ot gales On Sunday marntng. during
a dense fog the vessel was lound to be hopelessly Involved
with breakers on ihc lee and White Island
light at ihe Shoals on the loo bow. An effort
was made lo run her across the bar connecting
White Island I,edge with the island Knelt,
but there not being water enough she
struck heavily, a tremendous sea at the same time
breaking over ber and carrying overboard John laMlch.
first steward, and the cook, Ocorgo Watts, Rurkett
Kowler and James McGsrrie, all of Annapolis, and
Arthur Powers, of Australia, none ot whom were alterward
seen.
THE FRESHET IN CONNECTICT7T.
Norwicr, March 27. 1878.
So far as can be at present learned the loss In the
town of Norwich by tbe freshet is about $112,001,
which estimate Is under rather than above tho
actual damage done. Of this amount about
$85,000 are in loss on mill property and dams;
$28,000 In damages to roads, bridges and town properly;
$8,000 in damages to streets and city property,
sod $24,000 In losses on goods owned by private
individuals In this city. This * cstimnto
does not Include the damage dono at Baltic
in the town of Sprsgne, which Is estimated
at $100,000, nor at Versailles, which Is about $80,000,
nor at the Qinnebang nulla at Donaldsonville, whore
the damage is $28,000. The losers In this town
are as follows:?Arcum Water Power Company,
$18,000; Tuket mills, $8,000; Wequannoo mills, $8,000;
taurine, ?n,uuo; s.anuc mm*. iiinmcs mvpr
Woratcd Company, $1,000; Norwich Blenching Com*
panv, $A,000; Mills at Norwich Falls and Greenevlllc,
$10,000; (treeneville Water Power, $2,000.
The damage to the Norwich and Worcester and the
New l/indnn Railroad Companlea Is not known at
present, hut la heavy. Probably tba total lots in this
section Is not far from f$V),000.
TUB ST'.iriM IN KANSAS CITT.
Kavsab City, Mo., March 27, 1*78.
Snow began falling early this morning, and railroad
communication Is cat off in every direction. The
storm extends west as far as Denver and tooth as far
as the Indian Territory. It la ibo most aovere that hoe
been known for ten years.
WOW BTORM8 IN THE TUT.
Omaha, March 27, 1S78.
Another snow storm prevailed here to-day. Reports
from the Weat state that a constant succession of
storms are prevailing, everything is overwhelmed with
snow and the thermometer registering low The Union
Pacific passenger trains were delayed eight honra hy
the tnow between Bitter Creek and Rawlins last ntglu.
TTIF. wibbthripfi.
IfBNPim, T>nn.. March 27, 1ST?.
Then la areat ilara here over the anticipated dlaaa
jE SHEET.
irons overflow ol the river It Is now wilbln nlns
inches of Ihe danger line and rising npMlf. At Devil's
Elbow, forts miles above here It cot through the neck
yesterday, shortening the rtverTnme eighteen or twenty
miles. A steady rain Is falling, with a good prospect of
Its continuance.
A SNOW BI.OCKADB.
Qi-shso, March 27, 18T4.
Another severe snow storm has prevailed In this
section. The Western mail train, due yesterday, is
blocked at Black Itlver, and the roads are so had that
carters refuse to attempt the brlnninj.'forward of ihs
; passengers or mails on sleighs to-day. The? will prob'
ably not reach hero until tomorrow afternoon.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT.
Wait IjKPARTMKTr. )
Office of m* Ciiikf Sional offices, |
Washivotom, .March 28?1 A. m .)
/Yobabilitiei.
For New England, partly rloudly and (lightly cooler
weather during the day and rain or snow during tho
night, with winds shifting to northerly and easterly,
and falling barometer.
For Mlddlo Atlantic, and Southern Atlantic States increasing
cloudiness and rain, winds shifting to northeast
and southeast and increasing in force, falling barometer
and a slight rise of temperature.
For tbo fiulf Stains clear or clearing and cool weather,
winds shifting to northerly and rising barometer.
For Tennessoo nnd tho Ohio valley rain and severe
local storms, variable winds, shifting to northerly nnd
westerly, falling followed by rising barometer and
colder clearing weather during the night.
For tho laleo region, generally cloudy woather and
trn'm nf xniiw with nnrthpxmt In norlhw#4t wind*
temperature near freezing, (ailing barometer In the
lower lake roglon, and during the mgnt rising
barometer nn<l clearing and colder weather In tno
upper lake region.
Kor tho Upper Mississippi and the Lower Missouri
Valleys cloar or partly cloudy and colder weather, with
fresh and brisk northerly to westerly winds and rising
barometer.
Tho Mississippi River will continue to rise below
Cniro, and floods will occur in the vicinity of Vtcksburg,
near Helena, and above Memphis.
Cautionary signals continue at Grand Haven and Milwaukee,
and are oriiercd tor Galveston and Indlanola,
And at the stations on the Atlantic coast from Wilmington
to New York.
The display of cautionary signals will bo rosumcd at
Lake stations on April 1.
THE WEATHER TK8TEUDAY.
The following record will show tho changes In the
temperature for the past twenty-four hours. In comparison
with tho corresponding dato of last year, as
indicated by the thermomotor at lludnul's pharmacy,
Hkrauo Building:?
1875. 187(1 1875. 1876.
3 A. M 37 37 3:30 P. M.... 61 *3
6 A. M 3(1 85 0 P. M 48 40
0 A. M 41 40 9 P. M 412 38
12 M 47 43 12 P. M 40 36
Average temperature yesterday 39
Average temperature (or corresponding dato last
year i2\
THE LOST GREAT WESTERN.
SHE ME8, BROKEN IN TWO, NEAR EIRE 1ST,AND
EIGHT?MOST OF THE CARGO PROBABLY TO
BE SAVED.
Tlio steamer Great Western, which ran aground on
Saturday evening, at Flat Beach, about seven and onehair
miles east of Firo Island Light, Iras broken in two
amidships. She lies within filty yards ot the shore,
and has been stripped of her running, gear by tho
wreckers. Tho crew caino yosterday morning to this
city. Captain Wyndham, who Is III, has been removed
to ono of tho United States life-saving stations a mile
trom the wreck. About two-thirds of tho cargo, consisting
mainly of oranges and lemons trom Mcs3tna and
Palermo, will bo saved. No opportunity was alTorded
yesterday to commence removing the cargo; but as tho
wreck can be reached by volucles allow water, it is expected
that as soon as tho weather becomes fair tho
fruit, Ac., will bo carried across tho beach and brought
I to ttiis city.
Tho Groat Western went ashore about 100 yards from
tho wreck of tho Vlcksbtirg, a Southern steamer
j which was lost about a year ago. A fleet of about fifty
; small bonis aro gathered about the vtctnlty of the
i wreck, watching for watts. Should a strong breeze
arise ana blow toward tho shore lor a Utile lime, the
vessel will doubtless go to pjoces and give tbo beach
combers a windfall.
twsoitA.vrii,
The Great Western was Insured for her estimated
valuo of $175,000 in Kngland. Mr. C. D. Morgan,
agent of tbo line. Is consignee of fruit, sulphur, rags
and sumach to llio valuo ol about $50,01)0, and Messrs.
I'helps ft Co. have fruit to about nu equal value. All
the cargo Is stud to be insured in this city. It Is likely
the fruit will bn saved with but small loss, as will also
Iho rags, but tbo sulphur uud sumach will be badly Injured.
The wrecking steamer ltellef is lying close to
the wreck, waiting for better weather to aid in securing
tho cargo.
AnrtVAt. or Tint ckkw it this citt.
Yesterday some of tho oflicors and all of the crew of
| tho wrecked steamship Great Western arrived In this
i cur, and Immediately wont on beard the steamship
I Cornwall, of the same lino. Chief Officer Fox, Mr. Idly,
llrst engineer, and a waiter remain near the scene of
I the wreck. In conversation with Captain Lamper, of
tho Cornwall, alter ho had conversed with Iho oillcors
anil crew respecting the loss of tho Great Western, he
: said to a Hkbald reporter:?
"Wnen she struck Captain Wyndbam was on
tho bridge. The won her was very thick,
so much so that tho shore could not be
seen. I know Captain Wyndhstn intimately, for ho
served ttndor mo lor two years as chlof officer, and a
more sober, painstaking and careful officer I never
know. Beioro tho vessel stenrk soundings wcro
1 taken, and she was going at a reduced rate of speed.
i ne ureal western was a very strong vessel. i was on
: her Tor two years, ami 1 remember once when going
| up lo Bristol a pilot ran her on tho rocks, bul she (lid
, not leak. Subsequently I saw tho indentation in the
plates, which had been raised over a foot, and If they
had not been of llio best Iron they would have
' broken under tho pressure. Sho has been a very lucky
i vessel, and wltn the exception of a trifling accident to
j her machinery, which happened In this port about a
I year ago, and the grounding just mentioned, she has
had no misadventure. I feel certain that the lots of
the vessel was the result of an error of judgment, and
not owing to carelessness. The weather, you must ro.
member, wae torrtblo, nnd the Fire Ireland light jcould
| not bo seen.
SKIZUItK OR a SISTKR STKAXSIIir.
I,ast evening the Cornwall, lying at the foot of Bur;
ling slip, Kaet Klvor, was libelled for the sum of
I $.0,000. The Norwegian hark Daphne, on her voyage
from Baltimore (which port she left on the 18tb insl.)
' to Marseilles, France, was run Into on the 23d Inst.,
| 180 miles ofT Bandy Hook, by the steamship (treat
I Western, sister to tho Cornwall She was sorlously
damaged on the starboard side abaft ttin main rigging,
her planks being broken from the rail to the water
line. Captain Nielsen, of the damaged hark, alleges
that the Great Western was entirely to blame for the
I collision.
The seizure of tho Cornwall wna effected by Foiled
States Deputy Marshal Kent, oil an order gran tod by
Judge Honedict in the suit of Mr. Jena Thoinassen, of
Brooklyn. The Cornwall will not be allowed lo proreed
to her port of destination, namely, Bristol. F.ngland.
until her owners have given bonds in Hie matter
at issue, sho has now got all her cargo on hoard, and
will probably sail to morrow.
WUAT CAPTAIX SAMfKH SATS.
Captain Bumper, ol the Cornwall, said toanERALit
reporter:?"I suppose they have seized my vessel because
they think that now the Great Western la a
wreck they can get nothing out of her. fiarb of onr
steamers?the Somerset, the Arracon, this vessel and
the III fated Great Western?has different owners, and
; a separate accounting is made In Bristol ol rnrh ves!
sel'a gams or losios. The vessels all belong, bow'
ever, to the same line, namely, the Great Western
| Steamboat Line. For flvo years none of the
; ships have had any collision. I look upon tho damages
rimmed by the Daphne's owners aa exorbitant.
These Norwegian cralt are of the cheapest const rec
; tion, and I believe they could buy a now ship in Norway
for less than the sura (list is now being claimed
j Irom our line. Tho ilrst officer of the Great Western
: hoarded the bark alter the collision and tound that she
was making no water. Had the damage been serious
1 she would never have lived through Saturday's storm.
a three-maeled ship, which hail been forced to anI
rhor by atrcee of weather oil Amityville, wna Rotten
off and lowed toward the city at noon yoaterdny.
ECHOES OF TIIE 8T011M.
The Superintendent of the fortIflcatlon* at Clifton,
Platen laland, etate* that the atorm of Saturday damaged
the grounds there to the amount of about $2,000,
and that the ground* at Vort Hamilton, acrosa the
Narrowa, were alao ln|tirnd to a conatderahle extent.
SUICIDE OF AN EX-SENATOR
Nokwich, Conn., March 27, 1S78.
Joseph 0. I-amb, ex State Sonator from thta district
and Comptroller of the State id 1M7, committed sul
cide to-day by "hooting himself in the head. He w,?
etwiy three ye.irs of age. The cauee of tbo act ta no
known.
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE,
rnr nTJttwsnir ambka at MosnorfA.
Wasihsotob, March 27, 1*70.
The Doited State* ateamehtp A leak a arrived at Moororla
i ebruary ? and on the 10th left for Cap* Palma*
7
f
! TROUBLES OP A PARISH JUDGE.
j AM UNSATISFACTORY APPOINTMENT BT OOYW
ERNOR CXMiOOO?TIM CITIZENS ARRXSTKD
FOR CONSPIRACY.
Nbw Ormians. March 27, 1878.
John 8. Ramon, John A. Dougherty, William Carls,
Andrew Jackion, Charles K. Davit, James Muhea, Kd*
ward Willis, John Fisher, William G. Randolph and
| i)r J. w. nupree, cmzcn* 01 r.ast isaion Kouge, were
| ?rro>ioJ at the Instance of Parish Judge George
i P. Darts and brought to this city. They
| are charged with conspiracy and intimidation
; In violation of article ft,SIS, itevlsed Statutes. Some
j months ago the parties above named attended a public
I meeting, the object of which was to secure the resigna.
j tl?n Parish of Judge Davis. Davis resigned, but Gover!
nor Kellogg did not appoint a successor, and
Davis continued In ofllce. Atiout a month
> ago another meeting was held and
1 a committee appointed 10 notify Dnvia that the people
would no longer be responalble for his position. Davtj
then lelt Hie parish. It now appears that besides being
Parish Judge. Davis was a clerk in the oftlco of ihs
Collector of Internal Revenue, and the parties wero arrested
charged with interfering with him In the disctarge
nl his duties as revenue clerk.
The prisoners pleaded not guilty and were admitted
to ball in the sum of IS, 000 each.
GENERAL CROOKS VICTORY.
Omaha, March 21, 1S7B.
Additional telegrams received here from Fort Fett?
! man stato that General Crook's victory over Crazy
| Horse was a complete one, and that tnany of the
I Indians who escaped must -tarvo, as all of their provisions,
ammunition, fee., were destroyed.
THE SEVENTH REGIMENT.
8a* Fkascisco, March 26,1878.
A gold medal, valued at $200, baa been prepared foi
presentation to the New York Seventh regiment by the
! ex-members of that regiment In this city, to be com*
i pntnd lor by the tuomber* of the regiment as a prixn
! for marksmanship. It will bo forwarded in a few days,
A VISIT TO GARIBALDI.
[T.otter In Washington Star.]
We had to return to our hotol, for, after lunch, w?
were to have tlio pleasure of riding about a mile front
the city goto with a company of fifteen to call upon
General Garibaldi, who had favored our King with a
special autograph note, saying that during the houri
from two to four he would he happy to seo us with out
American friends. Lunch over, wo started, and Is
I twenty mlnntes we were driven into the grounds stir
rounding Garibaldi's villa, which Is a large and altractlvo
summer-like residence, with shrubbery and rar?
ornamental plants arranged tastefully fn the flower
beds. Soon after arriving at tho villa wo were politely
ushered into a long corridor by a fine looking young
man, who, wo learned afterward, was the son of General
Garibaldi. We waited but a moment and tben were
asked to walk Into a room something like a Isrgs
sitting room, which had been converted into a bedroom
for a convalescent. In the centre of tho
room stood a long (able, at tho farther end
| 01 wmcn set iiariuniui, urc->ro in inosc graj jacKci, white
flannel closk thrown over one snoulder aud his
becoming blark embroidered can. Although he didn't
rise, his genial countenance told in at once wo were
welcome. Wo wero surprised when wo reachod his
aide to snake hands that he didn't rise, but Immediately
observed that ho was an Invalid, suffering apparently
Irom tho effects of rheumatic fever, or perhaps
from old wounds. Ho was. however, very cheerful,
and snetned to possess the same brave spirit by which
lie was animated when lighting the battles for the delivery
of bis country. His eyes brightened when lis
saw we were Americans and ho seemed proud to say "I
am an American citizen too " He said lie knew Boston,
New York. Philadelphia, Washington and tha
Potomac. Ono of onr parly remarked to him, as ho
took his hand in parting, that he congratulated htm
upon the progress of freedom in Italy, with which that
| hand had so much to do. (iarlbaldi modestly replied
i that he had only done bis duty. We took leave ot him,
feeling that we had seon a noble, unselfish patriot?ont
| of the few rcmarkablo men of tho age.
CANINE AFFECTION.
[From the Montreal Star.]
Two dogs, bearing tbo names of Tom and Jerry,
might have been seen for some months past roaming
around tne streets. They were always In company and
| wero regular vagabonds, as ttaoy belonged to no ona
I and wero not particular as to their lodgings or food,
ono night sleeping under the steps of some of our up!
town residences and the nvst under those of tho
I House of Kefuge. Some gentlemen procured collars
j for them, upon which wero engraved their names and
| verses Indicative of their character. 'I hcy wero known
by cvorybody and were mild nnd Inoironsive. Hul
some malicious wretch poisoned Jerry this mornlu|
and Tom will hsvo to roam alone. Tho poor bruu
I might have been seen this morning caressing the dead
I body of his comrade and uttering the most plteom
cries, which show* that thcro is affection even II
brutes.
A MYSTERIOUS TOST OFFICE CASE.
[From the Indianapolis Journal, March 35.]
Tho trial of the case ol (Teorgo Purcell in the Criminal
Court yesterday developed some interesting and rather
mysterious facta On the 9th of this month a draft wag
cut from Terrc Haute IB favor of II. Cluster-nan Cln.
etnnatl, Ohio. The draft wm enclosed 111 a letter dl.
reeled to the payee of the draft, and mailed Id Terra
i Haute, plainly directed to H. Closterman, Cincinnati,
I Ohio. On the same day the letter was left at No. 211
' West Second atreet. this city, and fell In the possession.
I as is alleged, of the defendant, who forged the name o|
the payee on the back of the drall, and sont It to thi
I>nnk where payable, in Cincinnati, with directions t<
return the money to No. 63 Smith street, in this city.
The mystery Is, bow did the letter get Into this Post
Ofllee and Into the hands ot the postman, and why wa(
It deltverod as stated f The jury returned a rerdlct o|
guilty last evening, and Purrell will go up for two years,
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
Oorcrnor Person C. Cheney, of Now Hampshire, ah
rived last evening at the St. Nicholas lintel. Samuel
1. Clemens ("Mark Twain"), of Hartford, is at the
St. James Hotel Rev. Dr. Walsh, of Troy, is at tha
Albemarle Hotel. Saraoel Davenport, Centennial Con*
mtssioner for Australia, Is at the New York Hotel
General James Craig, President of the Hannibal and Sv
Joseph Railroad Company, is at the SI Nicholas Hotel
Ex-Governor Kzckiel A. Straw, of New Hampshire, hai
arrtvod at the Fifth Arenuo Hotel. Congressmai
James G. Blaine, of Maine, arrived In tho city yestcr.
day, from Washington, and Is at the Fifth Avenue
I Hotel
MAILS FOR EUROPE.
The steamthlp Jara will learn this port on Wclnai
day for yueeniitown ?B<i Llrorpool
The mailt for Europe will close at the Pott Office at
half piut four o'clock A. M.
Tun Niw Yoaa llr.rm.o?Edition for Europe?will be
! ready at four o'clock In the morning.
Single eoples. In wrapper* for milling, all oenU.
DO YOU COUGH? THEN PREVENT IP TOO HAV|
any jrmnPllnn. with llai.a's Ho err or Hoaraorifp Aid
TiK. th? cnnnunipllon
I'ikk'h Tooriiaciir Dunn rare In a minute.
A.?BENNETT BUILDWI. " * ..
Kill P. PROOF.
, LOCATED OX NASSAU. ANN AND PULTON NT*
HANDSOMELY AND WELL IIKATRD OPEICBA
TO LET ON YBRT REASON AliLit TKKMS.
NUITAHLK KOIl
LAWYERS. BANKERS AND INSCKANCB OFKICB*
, APPLY ON THE PREMISES.
A REGULAR"$1 HAT. $1 90; SILK HATS, |3
worth 08. |.l New Church ?t.. up italr*.
A. ?I.UNO AND THROAT COMI'I.A 1 NTS DISAP*
pear when Timt'i Biunnr Wn.n Ciiknmt it uaeit
DK. PITLKRS KIHnUTIO REMEDY CURES
RheiimatDni and Neuralgia; ran be hnnght at 21 John at.
DYr.IVn AND CI.EAVIVC IVKW YORK DYE I NO
AND PRINTING K.sT \ MM Nil M ty T. States Island.
] Ofli.-et?PR Dnane at.. 7.W Broadway. 010 <Bh ae., New
1 T.rk; DM and MS Pierre,.onl at.. Brooklyn; 40 North nth
, at., Philadelphia Katabliahed Itity-aeren year*.
EFFICIENT REMEDY?THF. SILK ELASTlf
I Tlti't*. mtpplird only fcr ELASTIC TRUSS HOMPAXY, <W|
I Broadway; worn eaay night and dnjr; aupertcdea the an
liquated metal truaaea _______
PILES OR HEMORRHOIDS PERMANENTLY
eradicated In two to four weeka; palnleaa treatment, n<l
I knife, Ilj;etnrea. ranetlea or cautery employed; permanent
1 eurea and poaitleoly no charge lor treatment until cure*.
1 pK.STODu.tND, only ofliee. No. s tVeat Mill at.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. ~
Neat Drawing takea place on April A
Prima na-lied. erdera Piled, Informntlon fitrnlihed on application.
Illgheat ratea pain for Spaniah Rank BUN, doe.
erntnenta. Ae,, Ae. TAYLOR A Co., Banker*.
II Wall at.. New York,
Bo* 4,444 Po*t office
SODA WATER APPARATUS "FOR MAKING AU
Atraied ll<rer.i|c* JOHN M AITIIKWS, tat a*, ami ."HI
at., Naw Vark.
wins, tor picks. '~*c. ~-jf.' i: a cm fuss, prao
Ileal Wigmaker, 44 Kael 12th at., near Broadway.
YKVY I'l HI.H ATHINH.
pKOORD Of THE YKAR
it Tha new monthly magnelne or monthly diary of Inn
per-ant crania and popnlar current nilacellany proa* tN
una.
The grealeat macaalne anccaaa of modern tlmea. Beery*
j bod* who un it W delighted with it. and thoaaanda tt4
I thouaanda are being told. Price V* ernta.
1 U. W. CABLLTON a CO.. r?hUfbM} New leek, , .

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