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From All Parts of the
World.
A NOTE FROM THE PORTE
What Turkey Will Do If Rus
sia Will Co-operate.
RUSSIA AND THE DANUBE.
Roumania Still Unfriendly to Her
Muscovite Visitors.
fcUROPE FAR FROM PEACEFUL
[BT CABLE TO THB HERALD.]
London, April 20, 1878.
The Herald correspondent at St. Peters
burg telegraphs that, notwithstanding tho
discouraging reports which prevail in that
city, the situation is really improving and
the chances of a peaceful solution aro grow
ing decidedly stronger. This information
the correspondent has from high official
authority.
IMPORTANT DKPAKTUBEH.
Prince Ghika, the Roumanian agent* in
Bt. Petersburg, left the Russian capital yes
terday for Bucharest Prince Menschikoff
has gone to the Asiatic frontier to rcceive
the Shah of Persia on behalf of the Czar and
General Todleben has departed for San
Stefano to take the place of the Grand Duko
Nicholas, who is to return to St Petersburg.
VNqUIKT VOKEBODINGS*
Special despatches lrom St Petersburg to
both the Times unci Xenix indicate that a new
hitch has occurred In the negotiations. The
correspondent of tho Aeion says llatly that
(iormuny proposed that a Congress should be
?nnimoned to revise tho treaties of lsse and 1871.
Kussiu accepted the proposal; but England has re
lected it and again insists on her original con
ditions. It now remains to be seen whether the
dispute might not be settled by a preliminary con
bnate.
EXAUUKltATED STATEMENTS.
The Titius' correspondent says yestorday'8 san
guinc expectations turn out to Have been some
what exaggerated, or at least premature. It ap
pears that new difficulties Have arisen. Negotia
tions, however, continue and may still lead to a
aucceaalul result.
xu BKaCi/r yet.
A despatch to the batty yews, dated Vienna,
Friday night, says:?"it Is seml-offlclalty stated
hero that Germany's endeavor to mediate baa so
fltr led to no result"
WUAT U13.SIA WILL CONCEDE.
The Berlin correspondent of tho Times says Ruv
?la does not hesitate to intimate privately that
?ho will not object to the Congress discussing all ol
the more Important clause* of the treaty, but de
clines to make its-vallditondcpendent on the con
sent oi the 1'owers. A preliminary conference to
settle whether this offer will be satisfactory la
still possible, l>ut doubtful.
SECIK1NU Kt'HSlAN COMMUNICATIONS.
The Times' Bucharest despatch says the Russian
iflcials at Iincharest are preparing 10,000 trans
port carts to provide against the Black Sea Une of
communication belug closed by the British floet.
A NUT It FROM Til If l'OKTF.
A despatch from Constantinople says:?"The
Porte has addressed a nolo to the Urand Duke
Nicholas explaining the conditions of the promise
made by Turkey to evacuate .shnmla, Varna and
Vatouiu. it says that a great part of the garrisons
Of Those places have already been withdrawn.
NO PAY APPOINTED.
' The treaty of peace docs n<>t ax any definite
period for the evacuation, and, moreover, tho posi
tions respectively occupied now are conloriaable to
the provisions of the armistice.
A FAItt PROPOSITION.
"The Porte promises that in proportion as the
new Bulgarian territory Is evacuated by the Rus
sians, lu accordance with the treaty, Turkey will
auccessiveiy surrender one lortress after another.
A DATE Ml ST nK FIXED.
?'It is rumored thnt the llnssinns intend to
?tipulate lor a certain date for the evacuation of
Bstoiim, threatening otherwise to occupy Karak,
on the Hosphorus.
TO SAFER QUARTERS.
??The arsenal or Top Rhnna has been removed to
Scutari.
FAVORA BI.K TO KNOLAND.
"the Turkish people and army aru said to favor
Kngland."
RUSSIA'S CLAIMS AND TilK DANUI1E.
A despatch from Bucharest contains the lollow
iBg:?"It is said ll?Mia, lu view of Rou
manias demauds and the wishes of Kurope
for the eltctual neutralization of the
Danube, will abandon her claim to Rent
and other points 011 the Danube above
M. George's CauaJ, but will maintain her claims
lor Ismail, lloigriul and Cahoal, ami insist upon the
negotiation of a convention lor cstsbliMhing depots
to facilitate the passage or troops through Rou
munhi.
IUII MANIA'S POSITIOX.
"At a secret sitting 01 the Roumanian Chamber
M. Uratiano. explaining the result ol his iiiismioh to
Vienna, said 'Roumania could rely upon the sup
port ol Austria aniHiertiiany only in so far as the
liessarablan question involved the question ol the
freedom of the Daiiubc.'
CONK Tit AN UNDERSTANIIINa
"Neither Germany nor Austria believed Russia
Intended to attack that freedom, and both would
be aattsfled with the neutralisation 01 the Dauubo
and certain guarantees. In view of thin state of
affairs M Uratiano recommended that Kouinaula
should come to au arrangement with Russia.
RkRVKfNU Till; WAS MINISTIIY.
??In conscqncncc ol this statement several Dep
uties oven in?m the government hide violently at
tacked M. co/alulceano, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, lor his recent misleading policy.
READY TO HKSlliN.
"M. Cogninlceano declnred his readiness to re
sign II be was censured In a public sitting ol the
cuanber.
ANOTHER COMPLAINT.
"The Russian representative has alsocomplulncd
to Prince Charles ol tlie violent language used by
H, c'ogalnlceano, and pointed out that it would be
Diore advantageous to appease the public mind
than to bring ubout conscquences tor which UusNia
declined the responsibility.
PKKPAHATIONS CONTINUED.
"Botb the Russian and Roumanian armlea con
Unue to concentrate at strategical points."
ROt MANIA l>KKIK>< RUSSIA.
The correspondent of tho Timet at Kalafst tele
graphs as follows:?"llie hoatilo feeling between
the Ruaman* and Itoumaiiians Is increasing,
preparations are making to transfer the military
? tores and ?ts?" archives irum Bucharest to turn
Bevertn. The aiTalr at Lorn Palanka illustrates the
leeling.
AX tLTIMATUM TO BOtMAMA EX I'EC'IKI).
The Bucharest despatch of the limes says It Is
reported In government circles that a Russian
ultimatum U expected. The correspondent can
ace no reason lor such action on the part of Russia.
8AT1HK1BO WITH TUB SPEECH.
At the public alttlng or the Roumanian Chamber
a resolution was passed expressing satisfaction at
M. Cogalnlceane's statements, given above, that
he had protested to the rowers against Russian
occupation.
NO CUANUE.
The Daily Telfujraph's Vienna despatch Bays in
telligence received at the Austrian Foreign Office
snows that there is no improvement in the situa
tion.
AN OPEN lU'lTL'KE.
"The Roumanians, it appears, placed a flag on a
Turkish vessel, which they ?ank during tbe war
and were proceeding to operations for raising the
vessel when a number of Russians came In small
boats and lore down the Hag, blows being ex
changed. "
NOT SO BEASSlKINlS.
The tenor of yesterday's news irotn the various
capitals is peaceful, but does not quite confirm the
positive announcements published here on Thurs
day. The Tiiium, commenting on the special de
spatch from St. Petersburg published In that paper
to the effect that the belief prevails in official circles
that Germany's mediation is likely to be successful,
that tbe Congress will soon meet, a preliminary
coulereuce of Ambassadors at Berlin probably de
ciding that the Invitations shall be issued to "con
sider modifications nccessary in tho treaties ot
185<i and 1871." that It is confidently expected that
some such formula will be accepted iu both London
and St. Petersburg, Ac., says:?
NO MOKE DEUJ8I0S8.
"We cannot atlord any more engagements of Im
perfect accuracy. It is necessary, therefore, for
the present to entertain with reserve the encour
aging hopes held out us by the mediation now
offered, and however hopeful may have been tho
preliminary interchange ot views, it will also be
necessary for onr government to consider with
great care the specific proposition which Is made to
them."
A NECESSARY ACT.
The same article considers that no alarm need be
aroused by the proclamation of the Queen pro
hibiting tho export from this country of war ma
terials. ??Such proclamation," it says, "Is a neces
sary precaution so long as we are compelled to
contemplate the possibility of ha vine to assert our
Interests by force.-'
LB88 CBliTAIN OF PEACE.
The Daily Netra has a St. Petersburg special de
spatch saying:?"1 he unofficial press Is less san
guine than the official, because it thinks that Kng
land's preparations are inconsistent with a peace
ful inclination.
THE I'BiVATEEKS.
"The national movement for subscribing a fund
to arm Russian cruisers Is making progress In all
parts of the Umpire."
T1IE DISMISSED M1NL5TEK.
The Vienna correspoudent says:?"Ahmed Vefyk
Ktfendl, whom the Sultan dismissed irom the posi
tions of President of the Council aud Minister of the
Interior, advocated an Immediate uiUancc with
England, while tho other Ministers and the Sultan
favored neutrality lor the present."
A WEAK MAN.
The 2'tr/ies' Pora correspondent says that Sadyk
Pacha, who succeeds Ahmed Vefyk EUcudi, is
fairly capable, but is in weak health. His tenden
cies In foreign politics arc not such as to render his
ajppqlntment likely to affect tho Porte's relations
with e;ther Russia or England.
It) IT A PltOMlMlNU EVENT?
TUq Vienna correspondent of the Times thinks
that General Todicbon's appointment to the com
mand at San stelano may be the Unit step toward
eflectlng the compromise suggested l>y Prince Bis
marck touching the position near Constantinople;
that is, the simultaneous withdrawal ot the British
fleet irom the Sea ot Marmora and the Russians
lrorn the neighborhood of OonBtautluople.
IS SHE REALLY* WILLI.Nil ?
A special desnatch irom. Berlin says"Russia Is
willing to discuss all tho, clauses 01 the treaty of
Han Stefuno, but doos not conceal her determina
tion to defend Its principal stipulation*, sword to
hand, If necessary."
ATTEMPTS AT REVIVING TUB ALLIANCE.
Tho Paris Journal dex Dfbats declares Its belief
that German mediation really aims at the re-estab
lishment of the triple alliance and the Isolation of
England.
A HOP TO 8KKVIA.
4.,telegram from Belgrade says it is stated that
tiie Russians have agreed to the annexation by
Servla of the district of Wranja. It Is believed that
the question of the possession of Ptrot will be set
tled by a plebiscite.
PltKM ATl'KE ANNOCNCEMENT.
The statement of the Central News Association
of London, that the Powers have aureed to Prince
Bismarck's suggestion thut the Ambassadors at
Berlin should hold a conference to arrange the
course of proceedings at the proposed Con
grces, time of meeting, Jcc , and that the
respective governments have been formally re
quested to instruct their Ambassador* accordingly,
is premature, although there Is nodoubi that the
lately existing tension ot diplomatic relations has
diminished, and the chances of the Oonfercnco
assembling have certainly increased.
TKOOrS FKOM INDIA.
A despatch irom liombay last night says that the
force to be senf Irum India to Malta will be com
manded as follows:?First l>riga<le, by General lloss;
Second brigade, by General MacPheison; cavalry,
by Major Watson, and the sappers and miners by
Major PrendergasL General Ross leit Calcutta
last evening lor Malta.
TIIE naval KK.SKItVK WANTED.
Tho standard, In its column Headed "Naval In
telligence/'soys there Is reason to bellevo thut if
the present activity in commissioning ships cou*
tmues a royal proclamation may t>o issued calling
out tho llrst class of the naval reserve.
TIIK C/.AU S SON-IN-LAW.
The Standard states that the Duke ot Edinburgh
will remain In the Mediterranean lor the pres nt.
FOR .SEW Fit A VS.
A special despatch Irom Vienna to th? Daily
Artch reports that all convalescents in Russia have
been ordered to join tneir regiments in Turkey as
quickly us possible.
DISEASE IN EKZEIUK'X.
An English surgeon, who has just returned irom
Er/.erouin. sajs 1:1,ooj sick ami wounded Turkish
so.diers have died since tho evacuation of that
city and tho Russians have lost 21,000 men by sick*
ueas since tney entered the plain or Eriuroum.
tvnirs IN M.STOVA.
A special to the Itnri rrom Mlstova says:?"Ty
phus is laging here 'and tho Nicopull* hoapitaia are
crowded. People are dying in the streets."
SAILED ROH THE SKAT OF WAR
A s|ier|al despatch from Portsmouth states that
the iron clad Invlnclb e has suited tor the Darda
nelles.
THE INSL'kKEt I ION IN TUESSALY.
A despatch irom Atheus says:?"It Is now cer
taiu that tho Thcssaiiun Insurrection Is a complete
ladure. The Greeks huve lost all heart lor u fur
ther effort. They rely now wholly on England."
A THICK IN TIIIHSALY.
A telegram irotn Athens, received in Purls, says
that England has arrunged a truce In Thessaly.
The Turks have retired to the fortresses and tho
insurgents to Greece.
Til K MOftCOW TROt'BLKS.
Private advlccs from Moscow state that 3,000
students ami workmen were Involved In the dis
turbance of the l&th Inst Twelve were killed and
twenty-live wounded. One hundred of them were
arrested.
TIIE OltEAT STRIKE.
At Blackburn, Darwen, Burnley, Lower liouse,
Psdiham, Accrimrtou Church, oawaldtwlstle, Rlah.
ton, Great llarwood and Duxcnden the strike of
the cotton operatives Is pracUcaUy universal.
FORTY THOUSAND OCT.
A special despatch to the Standard from Black
burn announces that 40,000 operatives are now on
strike there.
Rltrr KKAK OLAMIOW.
A serious riot has occurred at Hlamunnan, near
Glasgow, Home miners on strike attacked the
Hhentt'a ofllcers, who were serving notices 01
ejectment. Several bouses were wrecked and tti
teiegrupU lines destroyed
NOT SAILED YET.
THE II USX LOAD OT L1BKBIAN BMIGBAKTS
HiiADt AT LAST? VIOLATING THE 1 AW?A
BUKDBED ABO XliXUXY TCBNED A8HOOE
XB8TBBDAY,
[UX TELEOBAPH TO THE HBBiLD.l
Cuaklkstox, 8. C., April 10, 1878.
Another vexatious aod diacouraglcg delay bus oc
curred iu cue long expected depurture ol the Liberian
bark Azor. Tho howl winds and the removal ol
aurpiua passengers prevented the sailing on
Thursday night uud tbe emigrants proceeded
to seek their beds. 'l'bla seeking ot boda is
a literal and uot figurative expression, for In several
luatances the aearcb was unsucces.-lul. I'ersona com
plukued to tbe Oaptatn that tbejr could tind uo vacant
bunka in whiob to sleep. Tbat gentleman at onco
proceeded to investigate. With bis Urst mate
lie looked curelully tbrougb tbe steerage and
tonnd every bunk not only occupied but
crowded, while many persona atood about outaide.
Tbe meu among toe emigrants showed au extraordi
narily accommodating diapoaltion, and a large portion
of thorn were sitting "aloeping wbero they could,"
baving given up their places to orowded out or
weuker friends. With all this tbe crowding la tbe
buuka was tearful, livery bunk wus occupied by
at least lour persons, and In most of them men,
womeu sad children were dovetailed In an
obumisblug manner. In two berths In one
place intended to uccom module lour persons
each twenty wore packed away. It was at
once soen tbut soui?tbiug was wroog, aud
tbo Captain wont to each bertb, ascertained tho
names, numbors aud sisua of tbe occupants and put
them down. This work comploted, the numbers wore
added, when tbo aatoniahlng discovery was made tbat
S08 aouls were packed iu tbe apaco designed lor und
presumed to cootuln 2iMi
A UUMDKKU AMU TUIKTY TOO MANY.
Besides these there were a number about the decks
not counted. The Cuplatn and mate ordered u "cull of
the house" at daylight Iu the inornlag. Accordingly,
aa tho day bruise ail buods were called up and another
list lukeu. Then it was iound that thoro 330 aouls on
board. Ot tho 336 aouls It was fonnd that there wore 113
"hall adults." counting tltiy-sr* "whole adults" and
He von inltbta, tbua leaving the tutal ol "whule adulls"
27i then the captain declared that sumo
way to dispose ot this overplus must bo de
vised and adopted immediately. Accordingly
tho Custom House officers again came uui,
the passengers were all summoned on tbe forward
rfeck, aud guards were placcd at all ways ol puasago
Iroui lure tu alt. Thou the calling of the roll pro
oeedod. Each cmlgraul being allowed to puss alt as bo
answered tu bis numo and wus IdeullOcd. Ooc by one
tho passengers pasaod buck until tne liat wus com
pleted.
PAUMrCL KXFI.AKATIOKS.
A l:irge group was lelt uu the lorn deck not culled.
M. R. Delauy, one ol the directors ol the association,
mounted a ladder and explained to the persuua cum
poaiug tti is cro*a tbo state of uflairs. Ybere
wus not quite so mucn docility displayed
as by tuo lorty-nlue on the pre
vious day. There were two malcoutenlv, a
light mulatto and au old black man, wuh a short gray
beard. I het>e declared that they had Invested money
in provisions, tools, &c^ which, with their
clothing, wus stored In tbe bold, aud tbat
tbey couldn't, shouldn't and wouldu't go
ashore without their things. Thrso two
became qullo violent. Ouo ol them?Nelson Leo, ol
Lancaster?said that the Liberian business was a
humbug auybow, aud the old black man declared em*
pbaticaliy aud rcpeutediy tbat be didn't like and
didu'i want auy " loolisuness," a word signifying
with bim almost any baa thing.
KKTLKNKD AITKU A UK1KV ABSUNCK
'IbingA jusi at this poim looked bad. 1 he disturb
ing olemeuls were Ueully paclUed, however, auu with
ta>- others emuarked uu u tug, wbiuh lay alongside,
carrying only their personal luggage aud bedding, lboy
were all solemuly assured tbat their property would
be taken good caro oi, either stowed away iu Horovta
or brought back ou next trip, as desired, and tuat tbe
jolut stuck steamship company would be retpousible
lor reimbursemeut lor all perishable articles. Assur
ance* were also given thut lboy would bo well cared
lor iu Churieaton, ana houatd and clotbed until
the Azur's uext voyage, whou tbey would be
given the proference over all others. With the excop*
lious above aisled those destined to be loll ooeyud
without grotubliug, cheerlully genius out tuoir
baggage aud taking it on buurd the tug. lleiore going
Viry lar even the two rebels had become lnl<-cied with
the prevailing good nature aud were smiling aud
laughing merrily.
A lilt sulfa uu a cams.
The troublo aud Uet?y ol to-day were cau*od elthor
by a blunder oa the purl ol Uio managers or an lu
Ituliuuil illorl 10 amugglo too many persons oo
board. It is uadouuiuiUy Ibo lucl mat a
Urue Dumber oi me eniigraut* who ware
?eut back, to tbc city go Thursday uame out
to tbe burk oa Thursday uigbt lu auiall boats nod
smuggled tbemneivi'S ou board, while other* were con
cealed in the bedding of lite bunks during ibo search
instituted tiy tbo Custom Hi use olllcor* aud thereby
oscjped nonce. Furthermore, tbeio were tome wlio
slipped p?m tliu officer while calllug tbo roll
ou Tbuiaday, uuj some ol tbu forty*
lime who should buvo gone acboro tailed
to no ho, tbcre beiug a miiconcepUcui m to tbe luteut
aud purpoao ol ibe supervision ol tbe oinburkuilou.
lue removal ol emigrants yesterdsy baa reduced lite
passenger liat to in lawiul proportions and nu* uatur*
ally enounced ibe oomiort ol those romulnlng on
board, Inalead ol doseus being huddled loneltior in
one bunk oacb emigrant bun now a bunk lo himself.
ALL UBAbY VOM HAILUIU.
The emlgrania lasi night wero iu good aplrita and,
with the exception ol two alight cases ol sickness,
wore welL All obstaclos huvo bceu removed
aud two Cualoui House Inspecting are siatioued
on board lo prevent any more smuggling.
The law* hare bi.cn strictly complied with and tbe
Collector Una ugr<-?d to clcur ibu vessel to-morrow
morning, ber paper* being ail made out. Tbcre is,
Ibereioie, every reaaou lo belitvo thai the long und
ledums delay la at an end, and that lo-morrow (m?i.
urduy) ev? m'ng the .\;tor will spread bar ami* aud go
to sea with lite Ural ol the ebb tide.
IilOTJLNO IN MoNUtKAL.
ViOI.tNX COLMHIONS BK1WKKN PllOXEHTANTS
AND CATHO.IC3.
Moxtusal, April ID, 187& I
There wcro several cncounlcra between Orange |
Young lirltons and lrl-h Catholics to-day in tblaciiy.
A-* tbo Unions were uiarcbiug to church in tbo |
loreuoou a Catholic attempted to cro?s through
ibe piocecslon. llo was pursued Into
Noire D.uno Catbolic Church, wbere somo
lighting occurred. Cburlea O'Hara, who utlempted
to abut I he door on ibe intruders, waa badly beaten.
More rlotmn took olsce at eleven o'clock to-uigbl in
Victoria square, mono larowing and pistol shooting
were mourned in until a poa.-uof police urriveii and
quelled the disturbance. An artillery volunteer
namod Cole received ictero wound*. aiul a police
man mimed Martin hm daugerously wounded id ibo
bead. S-veral large | late gUra window: were broken.
Tbe police ars out in strong lorce and bare c'eared
tbo streets ol tbo disturbing element. Conmderablo
party leeiing exists in the ctiy, alining out 01 the
trial* g. Ing on ol lbo>e Wlio look purl iu tbo lute
shooting nOruy In the city.
KOB&XT GUANO KEYS.
[BY 1KLKORAPU TO TltK ItKT.A f.O. ]
I!Ai.tiM'>kk, Md., April 10, 1H7K.
1*. U. llurgiundo, agent ol the llalumore company
which was loruied lo work tbo Meruit OuaM Keyr,
under a claim ol AmerMan discovery, returned lo
lhi? city lo-uight lie louud tbe llrltiab iiov
eminent In pot*c*slou ol ibo Keys aud we*
obliged in pure bane a lease Irom thai goVimmenl br
lore the Am rlcaus could go lo work. Hie foast I
xenl out by the lailcr tun clvured Uoder the authority I
i.l tbe United Stales government, aud lue iiiailer l* in >
the baudsol the &ti>te Department lor adjustment. '
Tbo .tinericans purchased tbn leuno under protect uLd
are importing tbe gnuno under tuo leai>e, pending an
investigation tiy tliia governineut.
F1HU AMD UAA1E I'lCOTiiC I'lON.
[BY TE LEO BATH lo T LI V HKB.tLD. ]
BrrrALO, April 10, 1878.
The Now York Association lor tbe I'rotection ol I
FMb and Game announces tbal It will bold it* Con
vention lu this city during tbe week louiiiirnclng
May -b. 1'riBea aggrrgallug over ifi.tMJO are oUerad. |
MEBl'JNO OF MINEU8 AND LA- 1
BOlUUia
A DEMAND FOIt HTATK AID TO tCBMIRll IK*
PLOYMKMT AMJ FOOD.
Pdtthvillk, April 19, 187d.
Five hundred miners aed laborers mot nuar here !
tbie aiternoon lor tbe purpoao of ronfultlng and pro
posing plans to Inducc tbe authorities ol tbo Mints to |
legislate in their behalf lor immediate aid lo tnablo 1
tbom to provide lor themselves and their
Rullorlng I* in i lie*. Tbe meeting was orderly.
Petitions were signed asking the tttaie to
si'pioprlitla neverai million dollars to pur
cbaae Iron and wtibbolu it from tue market for
aeveral years, no as to en >blo the Iroo liileresla lo re>
suine, und thereby create a dotnamt tor coal, or to
lake any other prompt ineaenrei to create work In
tbe region. Several speakers eddreseed the luoeiing,
aud resolutions were paused requesting minors, lauor
er* and workmen of otnsr sections ol the Mtsle to ad>
ore** the l.'vislat'ir" on the siinio tiuhject Meetings
trrn in he held ihr<nighottt the Maftanny Valley by tbe
workiug people gcu r ?iy lor ibe autae vuruoao*.
RESUMPTION.
Eastern Binks in No Haste to Anticipate the
Action of the National Treasury.
GOLD CIRCULATING IN THE INTERIOR.
Litt'e Specie in Virginia and Business
Much Depressed at Richmond.
BROKERS FAVOR DELAY.
LOWELL BAHK9 MAKE NO MOVEMENT TO RE
SUME.
[BY TELKOBAPU TO THE I1E1ULD. ]
Luwkll, Mum., April la, 1878.
The banks or Lowell have tnmae do raovotnoni lu re
sumo gold payment?. Tbey are walllug lor tbe Uos
ton banks to lako iho Initiative, and ibose will bo
governed solely by tbo aolion of tho Unnori States
Treasury. A bunk president to-day said to a Hluald
correspondent ttmt be did uot believe In anticipating
tno government. Ho believed tbat tho.se banks in
otbor cities wbicb bad returned, did It lor Ibe sake ut
tbe advertisement It would l-rlng. "here Is no pros
pect ot any concerted movement Intbat direction at
present.
WEALTHY AMD CONBEHVAT1VE SALEM i'AVOUS
NO BALlt'AL blUP.
[BY TELEUBAPII TO THE HEHALD. ]
Salkm, Mass., April 19, 187s.
The banks of tbls city are not disposed to lako tbe
responsibility Just yet ol resuuilug gold payments.
'Ibis oily Is one of tbo wealthiest of IU size in Now
England, and, llko all oiber wealthy coaitnunities, li
la conservative. It does not bcliovo in radical
changes, and so I tier J is not tnucb pros
peel at preseut ot any movement lookiug
toward patting gold and greenbacks on a pur.
'lno bankers ol Saletn very naturally look
to ibetr breihreu ol Boston lor ibelr cue, and, aa the
latter aro not Inclined to anticipate tbo Secretary ol
tbo Treasury, our institutions do not loci oall?d upon
to take such a radical step. No business Arms bave
resumed or uro likely to do so.
UKA.1I V TO PAY COLD.
[BY TELBOBAPH TO THE HEBALD.l
Fxkdmcok, Md., April 19, 18781
The First National Bank, ooe of tbe strongest banks
In tbo State, notified tboir customers to-day that tbey
aro now prupared to pay alt their notes lu gold.
VEBY LITTLE SPECIE IN I4CUMOND ? 1 BADE
PAUALYZED AND WAlTlt.0 lOB CONUBLS
81UNAL BELIEE.
[BY TELKOBAPU TO THE HCBALD.J
Hichmosd, Vs., April 19, 1878.
Tho bauks of tills cily havo us yet tajcen no steps
looking to resumption. There Is Irltlo or no gold and
but a small amouut of slivor here. There Is some
talk amuug Uuancicrs ol briuging a lew thousands ot
gold from New York and paylmr It out by may
ot stimulating public continence, but nothing
dcllulle bas L>euu resolved upon. There Is not euougb
com lu the city to puy ono-lourlb ol tbe draiis of oue
day upon the banks, provided tbey were payable In
golu. Pending tbo groat depression ot tbe iron inter
est, which hjo usually hcrotoloio been a large ele
ment lu tbo pro.-penty of tbls people, wltb the
ejcHiiDg stagnation In Us extensive flour
ing liu.-luese, similar in cnaraoier ll not lu
extent and proiracledness, tbe ohiel rellanco of tins
city Is upon its imincuse tobacco trade. Tbe wheels
ol ibis ureal network ol uiacliiuory, Involving mill
ions In exenange, domestic and lorwign, havo been so
clogged by the prolonged agitation ol lUe lax question
lu Congress that business, il not quite at a standstill,
in this usually thriving and healtnily growing com
mercial o?uire is most tnorouglily impaired.
Started again In Us customary channels by
Congressional action ol a lavurablo character, such an
impetus would he given lo the exchanges ot ibis trade,
that in tbo opinion ot the bu?|nua* men ol ibis locality
there would b? uo dtinouity iu iho evout of anything
like a ?ikiull?neoua resumption ot specie Day men la,
lu prompt resumption hero. Without some acllou in
Congress of the character ucd ou tbo subject alluded
to, mere can uot only not be resumption, out ibere
must be paralysis ol ail enorgy and movement.
GOLD UAI'OHlTa KKCKIVHD, TUB STB3X IN
BIQHTBBN YNAIIB.
[BY T*tU3BAPU TO THB liLU \LD. J
Nashville, Term., April 14>, 1874
Small deposit* In gold wcro rocelvod by two ol the
bunks 10-duy, tho lirst slnco lbtW. 'l'ho banks are pre
pare u to rosumo specie payments, but have as yot
taken no decided steps in lit it direction.
NEW OULKANB IN OOOV CONDITION 10 BE
bCMK, BUT TUB BBOBEB3 STILL WISH TO
MaNIPULATB TUB MKIAL8 lOB TUE1B OWN
BIMflTi
[BY TBLBOBAPil TO THK HKBtLD. ]
>lw OkutAXs, April 10, 1878.
In interview* with prominent brokers and bankers
here thore upposrs to be considerable leclmg on tbo
subject ol goll payuienu. Aa tue brokor* buva Iwn
making cjuito a good thing by manipulating
gold thejr are mucu opposed, aud as far us
tbey can will, It ts thought, ui-e tlieir mllucnco
ngslnst resumption. Ihu bucks, however, *ro fuvor
uL/le, and It la saiu they will at an early date pass ?
reKitlutiuu redeeming all their circulation in gold,
tliey never being in u butter erudition to do so than
now. As un example ol the uucernuniivs In which
our present system of coinage and currency places us
lierr, a prominent broker today statist to your
correspondent thai Mexican silver dollars wore worth
by actual assay and wcuut about $00 in tverj 600
ounces mole tluls our new silver dollars; sua yet it
New osleeiis ships Mexican dollars to New York they
refuse to receive them ixt. pt at several dollars uls
cuunt. Undor our present coinage laws tbeae Mexi
can dollars can be melud, the Kold winch tliey
contain extracted and the silver coined into new dol
lar*, making a handsome premium, ii the govern
ment is the purchaser It makes this premium, but
g>ncraliy it is made by outside parties, 10 ibn loss or
the yoVerainoHt. l'o-day being (iuod > ridsy ?ud being
a legal holiday nothing was done in banking circles.
ANOTHEB BUFFALO BANK BEAUT TO l'AT GOLD.
IBT TKLKORM'H TO TIIE BBBAbD. I
lit rrALO, April 10, 1878.
Mr. K. U. Spauldlng, I'rcsldeut ol the >armors and
Mechanic V National It ink, states that tliey are re idy
to rodei ui tvery dollar at their circulation In gold at
once.
ANOTIIKB CINCINNATI B.VNK OJ KfcBI GOLD I OH
ITU NOTEM ? MAN t'PACI L'Uhllrf I'AYINO COIN
lO TiiLIB EMPLOY LM.
[UX ri.Lk.UUA t'H TO TUB II Bit A LD, ]
ClXOISXATt, April 19, ltlTH
The Nailoual Bank of Commerce, ol' litis city, may
b.? said to have lalleu into the column lor reiumption.
Mr. H. 1). liisaaell, Its cashier, said to your cor
respondent to-lay, if any ono hold* lonm of
our t s|ier and presents it, aakng lor the gold, be
van have II, though we uon't propose to sdvertise
Hint we aro paying out specie and thui start ev?ry
broker in the country to sorting out our paper uud r?>
lurnii'g It to us. The Bank el Commerce has a
capital or I40U.0U0 and a circulation ol $U&,000,
ui.d It uuiiidi'i worry thorn much to
piuvids for the redumption of all ol it. Several brok
ers who Ii:s<i, been sorting out the paper of the Inird
National Bank all the wren made a tieniand on ihem
to-dsy and drew out $2,0UU In gtdd. i he demaud
from other sources ?>? very ugnt, not hiore thsn
tluu having hi en mown out by priVsto holdors ol
their paper. There were lew traitactions in gold to
u?y, tl.ou^h It w?s a iittte Armor than
on previous occasions this w?ek. I lie bankers
wero buying at Ibrce-oigbths ol (inu per
cent sua felling at ibic?-<tuar ers, though ihe
oniy trsn.jst;tlons|ri?poried who where tiiAiiufaciui lug
firms bought gold t? pay on their employer. This
temporary stillening ol the premium on goiti deterred
two or tbreu countiy bank* in this telgliiiorhnod
11oin announcing their readiness to redeem their cir
culation lb gold.
lue bauk> at UanllloB and Pavton aro reporlod to
have their preparutione made to eoinmenco redeeming
their circulation on Monday next.
SPECIE PAYMENTS BY Ba.NKH AND MlRCtlANTS.
iBY TNLBUBAIII TO 1 HE H Kit ALU.)
KM!*, M- April 10, 1878.
The Home National Bsak will to-morrow commence
redeeming bills ol 11m Issue with gi l i and new sliver
dollar*. several merehantM to-day began paying gold
Is Chang*
?ALB Of SILVBB Td TUB DOVKRNMLNT.
Max Fhaxcikcu, April 10, I87S.
The Nevada Dink has sol J awi,two ounces of line
silver to tbs government, deliverable si Csrsou MlU
OREGON REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
Sa* t'lUCidOO, April 19, 187$. I
A Salt ill, Ore., despatch bays the Uapublieun State
CouvuqIIxu ban completed itu ticket us lollows:?
Srtrttary of State?K. J'. Uarbaru
'J'rrium, o?Kuwurd Uracil
Statu I'riitltr?William II, Carter.
iujjei iut' inieut of 1'uotic Jmtrmtusn?L. j. Powell.
ERIE RAILROAD.
r?MN3VLVAKIA CLAIMS YtAllLT KIPOBT8 >LOM
TUK COKPANf,
UAK'tlBULkU, P?., Anrll 10. 1878.
D Qlcultiea have uriaeu between the Slate ot i'euu
ayivuula and tbo Krio ltaiiroad Company ol Sew York
which bava resulted iu ibe seud.ng, by Attorney Oeu.
eral Loar, ol u letter to W. W. McFarland, coousel
for trio Erie Hallway Coiupuot' In New York city,
inlorming him tbal unlesa me company complies
with the law requiriug tbeiu to report to the Socre
tar/ ol internal Atlairs proceedings will l>e Hummed
10 euforce the uuyiueut ol lliu penalty ol $5,OoO nil
poaed on lulluru to make bucQ report, and a writ ol
? |UO warruuto issued io deprive ilium ol their iruu
Chiaes Id Ibis Stale. lie requests an imuiodino
uuwtr.
BEATEN TO DEATH.
Mi;Mrms, Touil, April 19, 1871
Au inquest was bcld yeslaiday ou tbo body ol
Uuor^a Wright, a trapper, residing near Cuiro, which
wua louud on President's Island, with a boy eleven
years old boaido iu 1 be boy, who la aaoo ol Wright'/,
atated fiat bis laihar liud been severely lieatou, bis
arm brokeu unJ skull crushed by a llsheruiun named
"Hill" 11-regard, who lives lourieeu u.lios above this
city, on Hie Arkansas aide, aud that they bad taken a
skill an I fljutea down to tbo lalnnl, where bla lather
bud died ol Uib wounds.
FATAL FAMILY QUARREL.
Clk\klaki>, Ohio, April 19, 1878.
Leouard Stroud,, a larrner, aged Ulty-Ove, residing
iu Troy, Coauga county, lutally s.abbed his wile on
Ttiuriday lust und linn cut his o?u throat, dying In
n lew tninuios. Virs Stroud died at n< on io.day. tbo
trouble was caused by a dispute about properly.
REDUCING PASSENGER 11ATES.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 19, 1878
Indications of an uctivu ruilroad war iu Eastern
bound paboouger raion uro appearing. Yesterday tbo
Pan Handle Railroad ronuced tbe rata to Naw York to
$13. This waa tollowed by the Atlantic aud Ureal
Western, which puts the rate ai 111.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT.
WAIt DKI'ARTNK.Xr, )
Ok?ick or tub CaiK* oiomal omosu, {
Wasuixuto.x, April 20?1 A. M. )
Indications
For Saturday In tbo South Ailantle and (Julf States
and Middle States, southerly winds, warmer, partly
cloudy weather, tailing baromoler and humorous local
ralos.
tor New Euglaud, easterly winds, partly cloudy
warmer weatber and stationary aud tailing barometer
For louuesseu and tbo Ohio Yullcy, southerly winds,
veering to cooler wostariy, lalling lollowod by rising
baromoler aud partly cloudy wouther.
For tbo Upper Mississippi aud Lower Missouri
Tulleys, cooler northwest wiude, rising barometer and
clear weatber.
For tbo lake region, soutb and west winds, warmer,
partly cloudy weatber, Tailing toll owed by rising ba
rtraMer and occasional light rains.
Tbe rivers will generally rise slightly.
THE WEATHKU Yl STKllDAX.
Tbe lollowing record will show tbe changes ic tbe
tcmporaturo lor tbo past twenty-four hours, iu com
parison with the corresponding dato of last year, aa
Indicated by the thermometer at Uudnui's pharmacy,
IIlualu lluilding, No. 218 Urosdway: ?
1877. 1878. 1877. 1878.
3 A. >1 40 48 3:301*. M.... -10 72
0 A. M 41 47 ti 1'. M 40 08
9 A. M 4J it0 9 1'. M 40 02
12 M 40 06 12 P. M 46 00
Average tuiupentluro yeaierday 69?{
Average temperature lor corresponding dale lust
year 44>,
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMi.
An entlra business block at Washington, Ohio, waa
bi'rnod yesterday morning. Loss (12,000
;At Auburn, Out., Thursday night, tbe l'revby lerlac
cnurcb waa ?truck by lightning und damaged to tbe
?sletit ol $3,OOU
Tbo statement ol tho ssjlgnoe of tbe Bank of Che*
mung bhowe that its liabilities are $349.925 i&, aud
tbo usscts $107,708 M.
J. W. II. Sm:lh h Co. 's bandit factory at Vmdalla,
Mloh., wat burned Tburcduy night. Tbe loss is
(3 1,01)0, und tbe inauranco $0,000.
A young son ol Supervisor D.ngmon, of Stockiort,
Columbia county, wm killed yo*lerday by tbe aoc>
denul diHcnargo ol aguu wlnle buutiug.
Tho National Ac.idemy ol acicneea, a* Washington
ailjouruud yesteiday to meet In this city on ibe aoc
ond Tuesday ol Novcuibor next, for a kolontiflc hos
aion, and will reassemble in Washington iu April nest
FIFTEEN BALL FOOL.
ELL YEN 111 DAT OK THE TOUKNAMkNT?TI1E
BWEDU DLVitATLD.
Tbo Grand National i'ooi Tournament was continued
jeitiril.tr, *1 Ik# Union Square llllllard Rooms. 'I tie
lirdi match in the afternoon was bciwoeu Clira WiUon
uuil A. 1*. ltudolphe. Wilson won by a acoro oj 11 lo
8. Jo-j Dion and Ucorgo 1-iey playod thesccobd match.
Dion won by a scoro ol 11 lo 0.
1 tit) flr-ii mutch ut tbe evening session was between
Cyrnle Dion and J. M. Warble, and rctuluU In tbe
former's luvor. The following la tbo sooro ol ibo
same*
c. DlOll 1 0 1 I 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 o 1?11
J. M. Warble U 1 000001 01 U 11 U 1 1 U 1 U- ?
Wahlurom aud Sam Kulgnt were tbe next eoutval
auta, Hud when tuey ataried to smug for the i? ad
there was liarJly a vacant neat id the bail, the
hotting on ihe u?iiiu ranged betwcei llK) to 00 und
100 to 40 on tbe Swede. Kuigbl won the
lead, and alter two or three auletv nhot* bad
bevn played tlia Swede got an opuoing and niter holing
u o<'U;ile ol bail* miised an easy one tint lot Kui|(bl in
f >r a run. Tbo latter also broke down niter ? coring
hall tba game, but tbe Swede could do no
good, and Kuiglit won tne tlml mtuia. Tne
b?xt gain* was uIho capturcd by Knight, as
tbo Swedo mioaed *0T<rel wry easy *holu,
but In tbe tblrd ginie tne lalte-r changed bia tuuiioa
itud counted gatno bulore Kuigbl bad -oore'l a poiul.
The next twogamcs were ai-.o won i>y tbo Sw?d?, but
in the nix ill gumo lie missel tliu winning nbot.
Ki.lgbi thin male 40 und lelt an eany abol, hot
the Swede again tailed lo count, uud Knight
won the game. Tbe St'oro now stood .1 nil.
The seveutu game wan w >u by Wabutrom and
In the next be made a brilliant cut tbat brought
down tbe bouae. Later on be attempted anoint r cut,
but iui**nig it, lelt Kuigbt an eany snow, from wbieii
the latter won tl>e game, making the tonre 4 all.
Tbo muth game Walil-troiii wnu by a very luoky
fi r.iicli In tbe lentil Knight mode a lulscue, with it
good Oroik before bur., anti the Swede Hiaue a lung
run, but broke down on ibo lioni'mretch Knigbi
thou went in, and when be made tbo winmug hazard
Itia owu bull ran Into the tup corner prnkn and ho
lost the game. I no miticb had now becomn unite
luiareating, and llio applture waa almost dtialeniug
whnu Kii ghi won the twelfth game and lua.c
the rcoro 0 all. ibo inirteenili game was
woo ny i tie Swede, and iu tne next
Knight had Ihe game in bit hand*, but
threw It away. (be Swede capturcl the lour
tocnth and Uittenlb, miking the aooie Wahutrom U
and Kuigbl 0. Kuigbt pleyea very well in the ui xi
g.tine, and succeeded in adding It to III* score
He alao captured the aeveiilcoutn, making tbe
sooro W*li.?irom V and Kmgnt 8 in the
next game It almost looked an il neither
! ol the player* waa trying, ns they both m imso l three
or lour ndiculoualy e.t*> shota. I tie Swede Dually
won tho g iino, and lu Iha uexl ho made anolhar
aeratdlf, bin lo*t tbe gttne, imt withstanding makiiiu
ihe score Wahistrom 10, aud Knight U. lu th? next
Knight wait lelt a goo<l opening and ran ine g hum
out Hiuid?t tbo most teiritlc appUuno ever beard
at n iniliard match. 'I be ncore uow mood lu all, \\ ahi
atroM got an opening und, after holing a oouple of
hail", mi?*e.i the 8, an I gave Knight a chance. lie
coiiuteu 4<i and played lor NUvty. The Swede then
taMS'd a hnsatd and Knight won Ihe game and
match.
The following I* the acorn of tbo game ; ?
Knight 1 11) o o l o l o I o I o o o l 1 o 1 1 1?it
>V?ln*lr<<tn .. oo I I 1 o 1 o I o I o 1 i i oo 1 o o 0?lo
I lie lollowlng t* tbe score ol all Ilia games up to
I .at atghl:?
si?sr
C. Dion
J. Ihou
U. Krey
S. Knight
A. I'. Kndoiplio ...
W. S> xt?n
U. Sin.eon
J. M Will bio
C. Wiliaft
W ihieirtim
^19
- -
i i
- \
? 4
1 7
A 7
ihe tournainont will conclude tc-Mj, In INtllti*
noon Knight will play nlos??ii and m the #?? ning tho
game* ar? HtMoiplw agaiust Warble and WabUtioiu
i against tyil le Dion.
DANGEROUS F BRIGHT.
Considerable excitcuiuut w .a caua-tl y 'stcrdajr at
pier 14, North River, by tUe txplttioi at a carboy of
iqualortta on board thj barge Eoktord. 1'^uiek
Dolan, a "lougaliorciii .d, wuo was handling it
wbeu (be txploaion occurred, w?s badly burned
about tbo lace, body and Ilmha, and will prottably
love tbo siisbt of one ot his eye*. || be does not
loto his life. The un'urtuu.ito in m'a cloth
ing vit no eateu by the acid tint II
(?II to pieces when touchoJ. John Sennit,
loreuun ol mo workim-u employed on the
pier was overcome by tbe lunn-s <>t ib>' ? cm!, t>ut re
covered quickly Upon being laiton into tbo ireeb air.
11,0 injured man WjS removed lo tuo Cttanibera
Sired Hospital, and the bar^o h .?U;uod to
Couimuulpaw to uu.uid, aj ll *m Iearu4
thu .md, ? Inch apillod over her deck*,
and down ihe butcboa might cause Ure. 1 he I nines
'?rising Iroui tuo eaoaped acid lortued a yei.ow cloud
which iiun?' over llio sc lie aud gavo a null ug -tiuoll
lor tome time. It wan ut llrov mm ikou lor a lire aud
the eugiui-a wcro Hum mound lo extinguish it.
A- _
INCENDIARISM IN WESTCHESTER.
Ou Thursday ulgbt ihc haru, sluhloa and sheds o*
the proraWcs of Mr. William H. Kopbuiii, tu tbe town
ol Scnrsdale, Wesichoster couuiv, were act on lire,
and resuliol in tbo complete doalrucllou ol ihe build.
iu?s. in wbicb were coiutuuieil cou?lde>aolo live stock.
Mr. ropu.uu h ut au inaurauce ol $1,U&J ou buildiugi
aud suck aud $600 ou lurm pioluco.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
U. B. Augui, maunder ol tho Uaufc ol Montreal;
George Stephen, ol Montreal; rx-Coogreeeutau John
Lynch, ol Maine, uud General Clinton I) M'icD .ucall,
ol Auburn, Y Y., are ut thu Windsor. 1'roloaSor O. C.
Marsh, ol Yule College, la ut tbe Duck aghntn 0 'o
era! 1'. M. 11 Young, ol 0 org la, is at tbo Liruoxwick.
Mayor Heury Overatolz, J. II. llrittou and K. L. Au*
dreou, of St. l.ouM, are at tbo Filtb Avoiiiiu. Con
gremmiM) Bonjunln Dean, of liosiob, aud I'rifitioi
K. 1,001111.", of Yale College, are at the 81 Ni holan
Kugiueor-lD-cblcf William Ll. Shuck, Ualtcd States
N ivy, la ut the Mutiopolltau. John Newell, general
managor of the Luke Shore and Michigan Southern
Hallway, la at tbo Clarondon. Henry It. I'l -rso , ol
Albany, la at the Kvcrelt. lhoodoro N. Vail, Suporlo.
teudout of tbo Hallway Mail Service, is ut tbo Alitor.
IT IS THK FATE OK ALL STANDARD ARTICLES
to b? I mil mud, *ud Glknm s MJLrHDH hoar la mnuuii tits
reiueul?l alupt<-a ?Itli wliicU unacruuuloua liultat >ra have
aouulit lo compete. Sham mllpliur impi are ?oinellmes
p.timed off an Identical wiiu or i'uuaIIiu.' that alerting
remedy tor aklu Uiaeaaoa uud benutller of the coiupl?xion.
Mum IU jac bogut coiiipouuds. So d l.y druggleta, aroeora
and lauuk uooda dualura.
C. V, ORITTfcNTOM, I'ronrli'tOf, 7 Htli av.
A.?THK M(V.sr EUCOANf BATS mil (.KMLE
men ?re mituulactuie I *ml nold by k.Si'EMSCllUilU, llH
Nuantu at.
AT ?a?? U?H- 0?A DlIHw A Y.
A M00DlE^sYum;H.7rB~8oTr CUHKS AI-L
rut*.no his eruptliinit. dKsolvaa (IniidrulT, fertilise:) me lialr
KUd ?\orts buldueaa
A Si'ltlNu" M' VI.ICS liKN I'LKM KN'.i H A I'd
ready; >tyie uud texture uusurimaaed, Uim ?llk Hat. 5'
RUKKK. 214 Itroiulway.
A KINK $6 ~SlT.lv HAI' Kolt" *il 20 (UEUUYS,
fl 1X>; worth ('-ll. 15 New t'liureli at., up italra.
CONSUM1' I'ION, WKA K LUNOS, CON'St'MI' 1'ION,
Throut HiufHaa-,, i/nn.-i .1 l;?uiliiy, l>yap-p.ia,
or lii.iiaesiiou. hcroluloua Attectlona uu>l
AH Dlaeawa ctusnd by an Impatreu VI(-or of tbo Brain,
Loaa of Nervous Power Hi>d l.uur^y or
Poverty of the Blood,
SPHKMLY AND RADICALLY CUItKD MY
WINCHESTER'S IIYI'OHIOSPIUTK OK LIMB
AND SOU A.
THIS GRAND SPECIFIC.
h*u>li!laliod 'JO yoars, Katuldlsbed 21) year%
has perlurnied moat wonderful curat aud nccomptlabod
re-.nils wlilrli no oiber remedy. preunrittloD or
troalinunt Int. cvur en I.illud or even
approuclieU. 'IUV1I'!
Prices, 91 and per lioltle Prepared only by
WINCHK-Ti-.K A CO.. Chrmlsta.
Sold by driifalate. Ho. :m J..lin at. New Vurk.
DONT TK1KLK "wTtH THE TekTiJI?IK OUR
teeth werH reuewt"! ?a ure our ualla the ? ulifhl not new'
eonatitiit cure. Hut teeth don't repuut tueii<aal\u.< afta
childhood The uroper thlutr lo Uo la to uae Soaoooal
whleli ptoaorvea their health .ind iwanty It never lalla.
EAStER HATS.? IlKsr QUAL1Fy7 THICK RK
duc-d to 01. 1II NTA UCKENBUkY, Aator llouae.
II. W. JOHNS MANL'K AC rUHINi?~COMI'AN Y, 8'.
M?ld>'U Imie, ure the sole m.nu'a 1 urers of aeuuin i v.t
naavoa Paints, Koofixu, 8rKA>rira aid Uoilku Ootk*
men, Ac.
JAMES' CO E It EC f STY1 .? T> F SlI.K HAT Fofl
Easter now loody. I'rico A>l. it Mcholat llolol.
I'lllN 11 NO
OK ALL KINDS
IlONK I'UUAI' K Ut CASH
AT Til K >1 KTtCIII'OLl I AM
Joli PHINriNO OKKIC14.
I'M ANN ST.
persons scTVkkin(7 r K(uF_imT"ukk blood,
or wnoae health la Kivlnx awar, either iu nilolatera or tnoH
who study cloaely, will tliid lu Kkllows' li t i*oi*h<>.thitm
.-rat r the aiuterial 10 build them up ?ud Ihe tonic to k <i|
llie.u thera DR. CLAT.
THE THI HI) anTT ToLRIH UTOOBS OK 1US
IIEltAl.D hCIIJDINO TO LKi. sUllAltLfe. KOlt I.A\V
RAkKUO, 1N > 1' Ka \t'K 0ic \ >V LIOMT KUIIXkM
l'tlt?"ihKs. APPLY IN THK OOUNTlliO ROOM Of
THK II hit lLI).
TUE HERALD OFFERS FOR SALE
TWO KlN(ii.E IICL.LOCK PKBKECfINO PRESSES,
capable of iirlntlni; I4.IW I e?p|ei per hour
of au eigbt page paper, either alx, nevus or ei^bt column?
ALSO ALL THK STKRKuTri'K MACHINERY aU
LONl.INO 111 I RK TO.
PltlCIi. tlu.lXM.
Addrea. J. O. BR.1NKTT.
New York Herald.
I'SK HYATT'S LIFE" "BALSA u~ FliE CEHTaIN
auf ? nud relia'.le Uutlly uiedieiuo and purltl'r. -Mild b;
UruK^lata. C. I fTh .N I ON, 7 Utb ?v. Ilsiwl. illl Uratd ai
BUftOTh.
t'jHisrou iinTi-.i,, L'i.mmm". tit Ui.i.N..tn.v haH
Jdco*. W.?Thle lam ) Af?l claa? f?%??i? Ijr h i *1. in lite he*
iliatilon of London, 11 iinwU ??ii4i?lUh ??l lu the (' ?n
ttn ntai ?tyend furniahcd with eeery po??ible eoin'orl
Hu<i w?-Mi?ra iiuoroveitieut; excellent cuiaiue and wine*
I'robiiilor, II. hliihLK,mt? ol tteuficoe'.
L<)MIX)K^Hrt.7AY~lt K~.|'Ki:IKtLLi ItfcyU,.?t
the honor or e villi 19mm ladle* 'Mill ^wiatrruru visiting
tii? Hrluili luftrupuiu to tiUpm ?> vtricly of ?ilk
Coeinmca, 1'antien MhuUok. ertiatio Millinery, flat* and
ev?*r> variety in Dine*. ?p?iially aelectcd in 1'anafrooi the
(?tit uriUli Mid repr-*? ntintf the tur ret faahiona of t!??
are*out. The tollowlu/extract lr?m ?'i Aiiiffriioi (utitr H
h pl???iritf imllmotiy to ton ?yatcin ?f buftiu**?a n<i<?t?te?| el
tn?* Uounm I - * We vUitei dun up our nojouru In l*ou<1on >e?l
f?ir the warehouse of Mi ??(ii .1 ey, Him Ui on I u<>U)d i nt*b
lUhuii'iil of thn kind in tt?? world. In looking through III
nntnerotiii (li'itarimoniit we w?r.? shin to Mpprecinve the trut
c?uv? of iU<* dUtinKuUhed %ncc??? which he* ati?n?ted ttif
c?te?'llal.ni?rit lor m-ny year-. M?nn J*y receive lir i
? iipollet of I'Mlamei end Mtliiunry uir? ri from the Urm
lioe?e? hi I' tri*, mill th*y ere nolri ?a much morn moderate
I ruea then ladle* e?b procure tliem uii ihe Continent. Wi
t?k? pleasure la directuitf the attention ol our fair read-n
to thfaitum hoitoreil putitlUliRiorii where we ere mire tliay
will he hon??lly end !o% ?lly d*nlt with ' Black Silk*.
M?ecUl A /"tit* tor Bonuct'? Black Mlka. *213, 247, 24U
J.'tl and *l ?'i Ketfeut ?t . London, W
I 575fu"*i hoiki., hoxi> >r., lo\imj1? """
1 JKeteMlaliwd upwarI of a renltry. ThU ? ell known and
a* latoerctfte hou*?* h ai mated in Ihe centre of tlm mul
f**hion?h)e part of the Went l.ui Ce.ebratod for It
cuinntj andce lar of the cl?tdc??t wiie?
fill) UliOCKAM Vlit! roK?.~-MK MuH. MoKKfH J
1 Co., Iloiue Aitmn, 2i) \\e*thourn? Urort, Ka/iwnt?r
Loudon, will b ? mo*! heppv to afford intending viellura
?rea ot any charge, every i ?fo matloti fe*pvctinif furniahed
bounce a id apart in* nt? In all the favorite W? t hud ?uhurh?
of Loudon Application* oy poat ptaall bur* everv attention.
\ ftC \S PI BLICAriOil
V> Atlun's HiJOK. ????'? T""*TI
ttrady tint <l*r.
III It D* OK A VK v f II KK rWH,'K Tow l ;T 11 Kit.-A
I.rllll.nl now book of fiati. Onmtll, An^c lnl, sail luclilrol,
Mjr h. A.
tlix <l?ni?ii.i 11,r (In. I.oti* hit) b..(( |.>lwnMM thai ?h.
palill.-Alian Nil (>??H il.Uv.il fruni tint* t? lino until
? i"ii.-|i cuplfl. touM tic pi nt >1 to .ui.pl> uril?r* It U mi.
r><ml/ ?u<i,.ltln^ tiki wtldSri*. H> niiUlully pi 1t>t--<I. will)
filrLinm of Kalhtrii In till Kirtt (Uaroeiar*. Prtc?. rl,
|i?|i?t ciiten, m i 11 :?<>, rlnth b >uud.
Kilt K At' II <?THk*.
Aiutlmr iiuwrrlnl now UuVcl of th. "(iujr LlTl(U>ton,"
noil. ?rU|>l)r ?rtllrn -?uil Inl.rprII114 Trie, ?!,
papnr ocr., wtil #1 .'U, clot 11 IiiiuiiU.
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Ibl, elixttninir ti*\f Khull.h nn.nl I, ?iri<iMlr harlnn ?
l*r|? ??'? It l. mm ul tin a?ri>lr<l ?tnrlu, ul lli< il?/
1'rHM. ?!, pap.r cov?f?. and (I autili buuud.
l;K( KM Pl'HlJCATlOM,
1. MR. 'IIIIH'M lilil AH ? In iil mul uil(ia*l work?
* lllrrarjr rurn>?lijr fl 00
2. AUVkNftIRK* OK VHUMNrUHKKN .nawodl
tton ol th a laaiuua t'uMfa. Htury GO
3. DOC roll MOartMCK'sTATIkilT-* B.wnoxl,
bf I annlr H.an I ?"
4. TCIIHACK RiiMI' !? a naw aaral. by lli? author of
' stolen Wnttri. 1 "Mnik.-n Hf??ni? " A* I 50
Q. W. (A III.I !'? 1V .1 Cl?., I'uiili -her*
Mmil. n iH|ii*re, .New York.
XFiSt hook .mint m nit. aoin.n ?l,t.
J i.rarl.a *((4 boob? bo?#t>l 1 IWinvMM c ul.alUini (acai?.nJ
tlalin i-ii?lt<fcn? of UatbiM ft?
LKllOAT Hno- , a llmkmin at., npfi?.|tn I'oal nfllr*.
D"*~1?Tka.->Ki Al.l. Ul II Kit Titl-A I M 1. V?
mul |ii II uiivil latal aia nirjil 1 >? I'i AhIhI > ntural
Mttiaral Iqwl'itf *M*r IrrnlUa .rail. I?*t< ?*, i)'l llniad
wav Mi 11141 >n I plimioal data*. lic .lHar/, > atHMtlmol
a nl ibwur Kit. ? Milan ?p?elaui"? lln- |>ui .?? fi-ar* b; tlia
auliiur and ph? .iciaa
MAX - .MIs.Hiii.N ON KAKTM -? riloKOl'OM MKIM.
cal tNnM*>, lKUnill| bow ?anflrm -d dlxHbllul*, may,
I* r?((n>?? I flia ??(.art?ne? of twnntr 'to'lf. ??????
. i|Im '??! pror.Klmial |>ra< tica. lbww| txa agonal*, tiiat
will in.aru raai->r.d inn 11 tin ml. ?tr n?ln?atfd vliallt)' and
? mini mi Mtmm <?f livaltii tn i n??i' ua.it impair >1 by
?>?>. t?<id po*rr?. I ?tatcninat ol <>!>.lui'l?4 to marrln^a
ac-l ul tlix ma.n? by winch Ihar a.n iia roniovail. Mj mall
IM,. rnrronc. ar pmtKiia Mi>m'>< Art'ii?-- ^.crwtarr Ma
? mil Anato li? anil NlMN, I.I??? llrcadway, H?? lorn.
1>\HI!? M AV?AMrA?0 IT III.IH'i Kl> fllti OAT
1 th? M7H a lliion of lllNniNM HM?>?r Tiill1 UI I i>H
lOM'tt : n?m, *??(?( pl*?r, pixt* t; l'linn . ninth. *1 > 1.
C. f. 1'ILLIMOII M. fnbluu -r, 07(1 l)roa<lwtf, Maw \ oik.

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