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The Somerset Herald.
- The President has concluded to i .1 v.i-1 ; ouo.e u cuaiic in ure i Custom House, which is EDWJLRD SCCLL. Editor und Tropnctor. ! t )f .tontion - Hon. E. A. Mcrritt who was r.p- !i aS' ' .'uintcd Collector in 1S7S by Prcsi- j -I .Tr,r. Tlll'ft f.ip Pbemdext Ciafikm's declaration j Funeral' of I he Cxar. New York of principles in regard to office-hold-1 ...... , , . , , . , i it Jtv. iu;i:, March 1:1 3 always a ing lias the right ring "bout it. llo tUpu,r.s .j,,, lr.-nn.lis TIII3 WORLD'S P.llIU 1. (fcorre is from St. mr.ounces fcr the iilii;h'oiirncrt ) pctcrinir"- nvrmlin" the funeral and adininition of rT-inuits that iv ;of the Cz.ir: ''1 have jest I con a removals are to he made except for (;K.VNr:RAL ouant m-:ifNs -rrijc ri:i-:s- IPl.NOY. . ' ftcliur At the Iiowton Dinner, i- Yorktown Centennial. ' i,.- r tl. ... .,..,....;(". ppCe.1 .UH Ui Ol-IU Ul IliU ,UO:-lt WI.OIlJl- f "2 i dent Hayes, for the alleged purpose j cause. That is civil service reiorni I , ' . t : ...i. : rr mv nfi.H trill WEDNESDAY .Marcb 33,181. iofcarrvin" out his civil service ruies j m a nutshell. II Mr. (laraehi wui ; and introducing the system of com ' act up to that announcement, the pctitivc examinations, has been j problem which was too hard far his f'o!iBiil (lonrral in Txin-1 nredecessor will be halt so 4 , don, and Hon. . A. P.jbcrtson, at Vt.7r. Xorih American. present a State Senator in :scw ilvcd.' Put' Tlnrti.A iynm rtnil 7? m? ifilf York, has been nominated to fill the J . Vvtjn Sei,,lowfl3 whereat me young Althoi-gu nothing definite has yet been determined by the Presi- J i 1 PnMnct ihf t-urnin iivji .. - . - ,' vacancy, w.ivrcav me u"y , . . , , ,. iv ones at Washington have detcrmin- fln1 thc cIvil or,ani,cd on Hiday by too I.opuo- ed that an extra session of Congress are !KUch M " T.S will not tx- called. i L- j nawygX lhc nfl:' r- duc the , , i ,,w:w Pwx.r;, Praise, and he was warmly congrat- """' " .... i -11 - luaieu ov ins .enow liioiwicrs wvtr Wolfe tried t scare the House of; thrown a je.,i bomb-sliell into the Representatives one evening last week. He put on his hat and coat and left the hall, but a3 no one held him by the coat tail or appeared to care about his departure, he soon came back again and took his accus tomed Feat, Iowrt riC Vilwira lA-gisiaiure. jicii:is!;m an in iUot tho custom of navinor mem u., 4 .r.n.. r rUr f.r r, ft vl 1 possessing WIS tC f'v. v-. ..... r i l-.nn.Intl ilavfl I lal t"iv 1' " J ' " j - - I. ........ llnl.ia frivn nn iniin-1 l,lt- "M'iV "V""II - . . .1 I.!-.. j victory over suca ucicnnuH u iocs. such immense and work worth achieving, of which any 1l YoiiK, Miinh 23. At a 0 clock (his afternoon. Colonel Charles 11. Codmnn prcsiiled, ami Limes lecnt. uufrt impressive, most patnet- nifcung oi ine executive commiuec speciics were maic ry lion. J ic naircaiits wiiirh. in the courseof ajofthc WorMV Fair this nftomoon, Kiw-iaaii l.'hirk. President E lencthcnvl career, acetistomed- to ; Yi.HJ Prcsider.t f-Hebbins in thcc.huir. Ilarvaro, Mr. fjcrhars and nomm vA vanities of rovaltv, iVoin ! the udiowiny letter -v. ..s red by the Mr. Hchurz cxpred his 1. bridals : . .1 feasts to roval funeral I have c. :r been priviletred to eye on. Three cannon lired from the street directed the various mourners to get ready to take their places. A similar salvo about iniU ;&i.cretarv get i 'ew j ouk vitv, 4-.i:iren 12, loM. '"Cteatlenien 1 have tl.o honor very respectfully to tender my res ignation as president of the World's Fair Commission of 1SS3. I am day gave the signal to start, v-h-a j satisfied that, to r.j.tko the enttr the sable standard, bearing in white ! prie a tuccfss will require Uio un the initials of the monarch, was j divided time for whoever may hold unfurled over the fortress. The I the position o! pnskkni. It will be artillery bcran to tire ininuto guns, j impossible for me to devoie ftny and all the bells in the city began I time to tho duties v.f the office fur a to toll. The whole route v.ms lined j numlcr of months to tome, arid I by troopsot" tlic garrison, immediate- j expect to pj so engaged as to make ly behind whom the puli.u wtre i it inconvenient to oev,t Miiuch time, Horro.v, Mass., March 22. A re- Richmond, Vh., Marcli 24. Tho ccplion to ex-Secretary Schur2 took j headritinrtcrs of the Yorktown Ccn- place nt the Hotel endome at o ; tennidl Association, at tlic xenange Hotel, was formally orK;ncd to-nignt with imposing cen monies, embrac ing a fine display of tho First Regi- liot, of . ment Richmond Light Infantry others. I iilues and Richmond Howitzers, n carty i procession of German Ringing and ie honor ot tlie receri- other societies. I he ot-remonies op tion, and, in aikpling to tlie refer-j gun in the rooms of the association er.ee of the presiding officer to the j in the hotel, where the Right Rev. recent controversy about the Indian J. J. Keane, a Catholic bishop, of- ipucstioii, said he was perfectly con-jfercd prayer for the fue.?r?3 of the dent of the Connellsville railroad, and entirely Fevered his connection - with thf R. & O. road. This leaves the Mount Pleasant and Rroadford, the Uniontown branch road and the Somerset and Cambria without a President. Ho.v. John Cessxa, Chairman of the State Central Committee, has is sued a call for a meeting of that body at the Lochiel Hotel at llar risburg, on Thursday, April 14th, forthe purjwsc of fixing the time and place for the meeting of the Republican State Convention far 3 SSI, and for transacting such other business as may be presented. PfiEsit'EXT Garfield last wctk re nominated Woodford and Payne, of New York, for the positions they sow so ablr fill. Mr. Woodford is U. S. Attorney, and Payne U. S. Marshal. It will be remember that President Hayes refused to reappoint both of these gentlemen and nom inated to their places two other gentlemen, both of whom the Sen ale refused to confirm. davs, after the first l. - 1? hf!lF rill'(l . ...i- ' t .. 4i,,on.l -l,,U .r, w ! man, however distinguished, might , , i,ri,,oriil .'unconstitutional. ; 1 , , .o ... .... . . inr 1 1 oil in lit li ufiiLT is aoi'wi- una u .-mi ""'i 1 o n,.,-,Tilia'. r,.t ft-cnifs nance oi which tne public Py uanrt lul -""r o i in creat emergencies than one who can talk tltxpjently and accomplish nothing. All honor to our young Senator !" tent to leave hia administration of Indian sfi'airs to the public judg ment even to the judgment of its critics when the heat of unnecessary controversy shall have subsided. Referring nairieularly to the Ponca question the cx-.Secretary said it now appears to be happily disposed of. Congress has appropriated a liberal sum to indemnify the Pon cas for their loss and to settle them comfortably according to their wishes. The Poncas in the Indian Prath ft Two llcuet, A 1 4 iSI'l. it'j.'l, 1 il., P I. i -I - I. lll'Jj V ilfi'A r'L-tiK-n no t i:i:.itiiOfft and , In !),. 1. workmen -') Tw on l.o' Ja;t;moi .T 1. 1 U.iio roaa yes. er-lay g vvo a wonuer- ; urnx-.t s.,v fal evidence of their fidelity, deliber- about ately chosing ieat!i to l.o uiselves , h- re, j:... in orcle to proL'-et olh.;ri wiio were ! &.itr.,u. in the care of th cornp .:n v. About ! hi.-torv ; lijii past t '.' ) o cio'.k lo i..e a;tr rnoo.i r -i. i John !?uliiva:i ai.d .'::! brother, ! ah. . s Elicit ivi, were at wfrt on uie irack, i:o , i,j;;!;y , near l)i-mm!T station. John Sulli- j rii -s are i,,--;' van was the section bo-i of the duo- .of water ar. l : division between M'Kcfsport arid j becomr; a rvi'-h j l'ort JVrrv, anu he ha;i maoe .1 tour over t,;o 1 t..'; I ;!"..v 1 ,i It is said also that the State Treas- Mk Charles Do.vKKELV has re- n M Wg signed his position as ice Iri- . , fc--i Is one of his fables Esop tells about the manner in w hich the frogs got up a reform movement, because things were entirely too monotonous nrwl ran too smoothly under quiet King Log. After King Stork was inaugurated there was no further complaint of dulness or monotony in that pond. Our local reformers and kickers at the wickedness of stalwarts, and caucuses, and regular nominations, might apply the moral of the fable to their own conduct and find the parallel a close one. man one muuauu iiuii.no w I..-.! member, no odds how long the Leg islature may remain in session. Of course members and among them are several quite as good lawyers as the Attorney General will not sub mit to this interpretation without a struggle. There is a large amount of legislative work yet to be done, and as it is not to be expected that members will remain in Ha.rrisburg without compt-fisation, and as by this construction of the law they could not be paid should an extra session be called, nn adjournment at the expiration of the first hundred days may be anticl, iod, and this would, leave much necessary legisla tive business undone. permitted to stand. No galleiles or J.oven at a Liter date. Hoping that platforms were erected, ns the house- 'your enterprise may meet with great holders were only allowed at Per- Isuc-css, 1 am. very truly, yours, tonal risk and lMT-ril to let windows 11. S. Gkaxt. s t strangers. 1 he i the conimis.ssoi.er.s ot tis i I :.e i oticas in Dakota arc content ional r:i?as- : orld's Fair of 16S"." " ' to tay there. The provision made in inauitc- ' reuir.c.-i laiCott ontreil U.c loi-: tin rn is all thev nsk hr. lhelon- hi.ving resolutions ; ;c:w ise satisfied: the Government is Territory are content to stay there. . . m ... i. approaching commemorative event (along Ine true; to sec n everything ; crt'ier M - - . . 1 I . IT. . . . I ! T .. iii iy, wi.f 'xc irri; bills were invited to co-operate. All the houses and public buildings, Crushed to Heath. The American Consul at Berne, Switzerland, has again given warning to the authorities at Washington, of an inteution on the p.irt of tha au thorities of the Cantons to end their paupers to this country, it costing less to ship them to our shores than it does to support them at home. European nations thai are overrun with paupers, thieves, and other criminals, have been heretofore ac cused of sending these cLl-acs of j their jiopulatiop to this country, and now that information comes direct, from one of our Consuls, our Gov ernment will dwubless take vigorous , . ,, , . ; .Secretary of toe Jreasurv iuis uudesiraoie eiemeni anions us. , . , , . , . : ... 'ohieul record in l.is olnee h:cli Mkssks. Koiu. Kooswr and Ogle, of this place, have been it Washing ton on a grand circular hunt, hoping to bring Collector Scull's official scalp home as a trophy. The genial Kooser returned on Friday last, while the other two doughty hunters still lincer at the chase. Their suc cess so far, is chronicled in the public prints as follows. Th.o Washington correspondent of the PitUbufgli D'uffMtvh of Thursday last, communicates to that journal thi3 piece of truthful information: John G. OiT'e's friends from Somer-.-! nrc , urpine his apiKiintniriit an CViliv-tr of the' iSixtrviiUi oiMriL-t. Several ot them CiWloil on the Seore:;iry of tlic Jn-asury to-day with Mr. Uie, snl irc.ientea striii! ta-rs in Ins ca.e. Mr. rmll, tlie tirex'tu liieimiU'jit, nus liclJ the oliiec eiiii fl lsijj, and they hold that it is time lie should retire. Senator ( 'am CMii. however, thinks ditV-rcytly, jind in sists that Mr. S'cull flioc.Kl remain. Itelre M'litittive Camhell. from that ilistriet, di- ciiiies to 1'iiti-r into the comrovcr.y. And in the Johnstown Tribune of similar date the following: A Washington U'Ierara in the ri!tsbnrjrh 'v of this morning s-ays Gen. Win. 11. K"ntz in t J,a- ei:y, ur.'inj the appoint nient of John (j. O-'hi. of Somerset, for Kd. Sk uII' plane as C'o!lee:f n Internal Kev enue in ihi di:rii't. 41 Why, I heard you were d;ad!", said an acquaintance to 41 Butch" Savior, when meeting him on the trcct one day. "I heard so too," replied 'Ruteh," 4:and I knew it was a d Jie whenever I heard it." So with the allegation in the Di-p'ilcli, relative to the I'm1 Mr. Scull has been Collector which must have come from one of the dis tinguished trio of scalp-hunters, then at Washington. The. statement it self!: a lie, the paity jvho uttered it kiiciv it to be a be, and tho Jlon. had the New Youu, March 23. A shock ing and fatal calamity occurred this mornins at Jersey Ciiv. The build ing where the disaster occurred has been in a dilapidated condition for many years. It is a three story structure, partly frame and partly brick, and was formerly an iron foundry, aiul was later nscd by a coal company. Very recently the place was let to Thoimis Whaling, who intended to refit it for tenement purjHJscs. Mr. Kvison, a Jersey City builder, this morning put three of his men to work on the building. While in the act of replacing cross beams the walls of the house gave way, and the entire structure fell, burying the unfortunate carpen crs in the debris. The names of the men who were crushed in the fall are as follows: George Hummel, head fatally crushed Conrad Hinkie, leg broken and internally injured. The utmost efforts litre made to ex tricate the men from their frightful situation, and their groans excited the sympathy of the largo crowd. Two ambulances were on the spot ready to convev the men to the hos pital. It was almost an hour before the injured men could lie released. Georee Iltmmull was found with his head so badly crushed that he was unable to speak, and died before the ambulance reached the hospital. The two survivors arc in a precarious condition, and a medierl examina tion was unabicto determine the ex tent of their injuria. Tho injured men have families depending pii them fur support. Jut who is re sponsible fer the accident cannot be determined, i he contractor savs that the calar.ity was one of those events that could not be loft-seef, and that the accident was unavoidable under the attending circumstances. The building was known in the neighbor hood as the "haunted hoiise.,; too, showei I the same amount oi sable Hags and drapery as when the Empress, not a year ago, was simi larly conveyed lrom tue 1 alac fortress. Tun koutk tak::x Jir.,lcoi, That the resignation of j satisfied; the American people at S. Grant as president of the U. S. j largo -eeiii to be satisfied, and it is In'o rnati jiial Inhibition of LSMi be, to be hop d that soon to that gtner and is hereby, accepted. J al satisfaction there will be no cx- il'-'ohrtL That in parting with our ce; tion. and that honest iihilanthro- v.t.s from the great plain the Winter Palace bv Ad ouav and English quay to Nicho laivsky f ridge, cros to the j distinguished fellow-citizen as the ;py will lioo for the unity of purpose jciv.cfoi" our commission, we do so ! alco once more harmony of action, j only Ik cause his other engagements i Mr. Sehura devoted a considerable fr rt t.f permit him to devote his i ponion of his remarks to other to j0;,. j individual time to the responsible lies of national interest He spo'r ' - i " iand laboiiou dutii s of the proiden-j of our nation's prosperity being tl cy of the eonnoi-sioiK That we wish for our il- ... ... I . ...1. 1 . ,. ! Sill lllliVil ( ....,., tinv. -.ii.ti ij.i.. n ri'.r nil n li .1' i . . '.I r i rv -i . j lust nous countryman length ot uf the Island of assileostrofi across d:,vs ,iit . f Ji()n()r J ootchakoll bridge and by Alexan-, ham,;JK H() we, rm.riu)l ,)V (5o. der Park to the fortress, entering the vo.;iull to onr t.(,tuaion country- irate called Ivaneskan. At the hi-1 toj- SOKC the said what- rnight have been e Aornmistraiion envv of the world. jever mistakes mti'ie Pv the h:! and he frankly admitted that they were not a few it was generally con ceded that it had demonstrated the possibility of honest, business-like The resolutions wer?adoj. ted, and land roomily-respected government an engrossed copy ordered to be in this Republic ; and the new Ad sent to Gen. Grant J ministnitiop, he had no doubt, The committee then went into ex- j meant to do no less, but would en coutive session, durimr which the deavor ti do more. His views in man. nernal services of the Empress last summer the route taken was by Trinity bridge, a wooden structure of gargts, which is removed at the approach of ice, although the road ways across the frozen Neva ere much used. The fortress is almost! immediately opposite the palace. There is a superstition , among Kus- (;,,.,,.;,!' (ie no'mim'tion was fa sians against transtiorting the chad ! ...... ,i,t., ,..,:,. i ,.,,,. i .,,.,.,1. . utr 111 11 1 l,n '.' speeeh.;? hi-ddv commend-! ing that he did not know of any pe- which the cortege passed was h, ihtS !(.ot;(l!!. Vi;0 committee rtoil in our recent history as Pro .i- probal y i tious for tiie treatment of public questions on their own merits and of exiting CommitP.'e on Organization reported fiver of thorough civil-service re t!.e name of Hon. 1 liigh J. Jewc tt j form had been considerably strennth- o.r me tires iiiencv, 111 iiiaee o: co n. cnea tiurimr his recent term oi tdiice. and Mr. Schurz elaborated them to some extent in his remarks, declar and hoping the 1 emlers of se?- t:onal animosity might oeextniguiso cd and all selfishness of aim and narrowness of mind be taken away, go that all who share in the coun try's glory may labor to ; ther for the country's welfare and advance together towards the glorious desti ny in store. Tho prayer was offer ed in tho presence of State and city officials, city council, and commer cial organizations. Speeches wen made from the portico of the hotel by Govern . r Holliday, Congressman (loode, the president of the Centen nial Association, and other gentle men, after which Rev. M. I). Hague, Presbyterian, clos.d the cxereis s with prayer. The principal features was in proper conumon. ue lour.-i oone n rail thit vva not &:: straiir':., vt.c so he an-1 his bro'.h'-r px.: :i hci-y 1 corg'; 1 . 1 f .1 .'.---. rail up to straighten if. Whins th.-y J bro!:e o itaii i were ousv t nri i.te uavi tio.i 1 :;'.'. i cor.ir.iodatioii train bound cat with a heavy load of p ks j.igers coo:: i.biig. Tin r-j was a curve just be low the place where the men were working, and they did not sec the train until it was almost upon them. They took in thesituation at a glance. Toe rail which they had bec.i fixing was lilted up wedged tig t:ir'.v:i from t.10 tr.icx un:: '.t 1..'.! t in iii;!s riiio.-ii i, Li! t'rtc-k. The Wat!.;- e.,0i: cou:-.f ry jii.d ,!ri,.. t!ie Cniua p..!;,;:.. main t.M- k tween t::e Ci and t!ie hug-: crowbar 1 1;:. ...j Oil. Kl a P e-.!' I 1 I,)!;:; ;.tili ,i ( - , ; - . .1 i' . .ll .!.!-! ! ... . . vi 1 ram wouia c-rnuni ue i v,ul ,; t. crowbar was reto ived. O i e-.ie si of the allair were the singing of the 'of the track was a hill and o: the "Star Spangled Ranncr" by Germ an ' other a steep bank ;-uni::i:r down to societies for the first time since the war on any public occasion and the playing bands, cheers. oi "lankec noodle Roth were greeted by with Counterfeit Chees-. line-en nines 111 ic-ngui. me pro- ; ..,;, .. t, 1 . - ,, . :,.! 1. i:l''ii .ii. ui.uib cession consisted in ad oi tnirh ; o !...,,,,,..,,.. ,1 .- , . . . .. i.iv ".m 1". ... 'T. T .l ..a .o'i.i.a, aio., i.iarco .. coie o; th'. b..l.hst atteoois at b.iiik robhii .1 ? " , 1 t :ii use ::!-! ry 01 iiiiss.turi. occurrcc t! eatv at tin o this ire. w hich res'tiltedin thetlcath 1 .'h..i-f it sections, comprising one liundnd j and eeyeiity-tv.o groups, to eie-j scrbe which would occupy many j columns. Among the noticeable features of the procession was a j figure, which attracted nun h at-j tciition, of a Knight of the Gvldcii Armor, mounted upon a f.orgeou.-lv : Lariit-ijscd Kiead, earn ing a draw.i 1 sward, and sujjposg; to symbolize the bright and spotless c'oi.iactcr ofi the dcp;;r;ed sovereign. Ai'U r him j walked a man-at-arms in table ar-1 mor with a drawn sword. Pcrhapj tl... i..iit.f. incfnr.'.in!ii .'..i t it-t j Iti . ' : iiis oii.'! 'US cciO'iii'ji ceremonial were toe ocpu:atio))s; iu,.t;n;i f t,ltf ofi5lX.H ffiei(amk wnicu ngureu lor too nisi u:.:e m 1 ,v ,;! tl, ti.,,,1 Ruiian history, representing the j; v;-, () -;tv s.riaj stuuiious (euto."4 py t c i-oe i-m- ior the reformation ! abuses as at present. f I A Holocaust In Italy. li OPKU.V ttOlTK AT XICE Bt'KSES. Nick, March 2:J Tiie Italian Op- 01 11. " t"''rglar, 1 at hoert. lie ar-;,r;l nrtUj,3 hurnd this evening. The nved 111 Roiia about a 'mofith ego j flU. hroke out at tiie beginning of in.ni p.ansas, orietr-ihiy looking lor the 1 io:ia;ii.;i 10 OTien a saloon, t!::: I tor eiliji-mar.ce. teeo T' r.-iiiH 1. . 1.1.1 j1.11, -nig in u t-.jarom-r-Hn'iie 1 t;i.;;ju -,ijt r.ear tl:o iNational l.ai.k 01 IloJ'a. ; 1 1 is oii.'i oils eon id Hank De- Small-jiox l'e!-rltii:i. Tnr. Republicans having con. urove it :i lie. As to Gen. Camnbeli .C 1 . 1 1 . : :.. . ..11 ... into control of the U. S..Sonate, the i mua"1 141 lu' "-' Democr m that bod v are resisting ! !"'ve tl il lllh J,,n 1 ,,;5,;n- .1 - 1 , e" . rr . I to tne neutral breed of cats, their e ectiou of the N.-nite ofheers, , if . ! The telegram to foe Pud snows, as and from present appearances a pro-! 1 1 traeted struggle may l loiked for. "c KUU a loul"'J UJ ,Ml ..s -" Senator Edmunds is sick and absent in Florida, whither he has gone for Lis health, a tie is thus produced, And the Democrats by filibustering .and dilatory motions, are attempting t delay thecompletion of the organ ization. Of course, the spoils of office is the controlling object with the Democracy, and if they caa pre vent the election of new officers, their friends, now in osition, will continue to draw their salaries until December next, when the new Con jrress will convene. the hostility to Mr. Scuil comes from " Gen."" Wm. 11. Koontz, personally, and not from the 44 Independents '' of the district, as was first falsely stated by the .correspondent of the Dixjifstcli ; ajid as it has been fre quently published in tlie journals of the country that the President hs declared he will make no removals except for cause, the following letter will h.ow that up to date, there is no cause cxcej.i the malignant hos- Jh";" Yoisk, March 21. It was re ported at police headquarters, to day, that a naked man, who had small-pox, was running about tiie streets, on the west fide, creating a veritable panic. He w.-m at" length captured and taken to the Twenty tiinth precinct station house, to which Dr. Smith, of the sanitary staff proceeded with a small-pox wagoc.. JJpcn his return he report ed that tho hiiic ;hu.;c name is Walter Muhand, was i the deliri ous stage of the disease and would probably die. lie was removed to the riverside hospital. Mahand, who is a young, strong-limbed negro, was in bed in his home in West Twehtv- ieventh street, a:.d being asleep he had Lira left alone by the fr iends who wcr nursing hiiii. In their ibi-cnce he awoke dclirion?, tore his shirt from his body, and mado his way into the street without a parti cle of clothing to cover ids naked ness. The excitement was intense. Me turned into sixth :;venu! on his way Pp town, and coloring R road way rushed up that thoroughfare. followed by a vast f iowd of men mid women ything "nhiiilbpox. ' He was at last capiun-d by a nheet being tarown over bun and hold ing him in it firmly. AV (y I Aid nnd shot peror, Use Zem.itars, the Justice. c.f the Peace, and a lootly gronp e.i'i peasants, with one at least of von-1 crabie and patriarchal apj'-c -a ranee, j ah tttiren ns their wintc-rgarh, son hnivl' Hit and fi .1 :r had liiiiiiim T ll:rr tr? g 1 1 cl.lo i , Willi colorod scasi.:-. u.- their sheepskin, and roisgii overcoats, loilowing the priests ev.me. 1111c ooiiohocs cai-ai xw-V'.:. on which rested the colon un,h r a rich catiopy oi cloth of gold, sur mounted hy white ostrich jiluines. V v were asking 'What next'." aod 'gNext'!11 v hen liio hearse come sud denly in view, and a j ruuigioas mass of humanity rapidiv, to to snii, n hash of lightning, 1;:; covei'ed It was a most wondrous sight to behold. That, v.t tea of hats and caps transformed into ; .1 luiiiicnso CApaiirc of pale, upturned :accs. The luncral car was i Lier oi ebony jird silver on wiiyli, vith iicav'ny carveci silver j:pok's and a superstructure uf black and sjlver. Ihu whole Mas cauojiicd Py superb material encircling the columns of the bier. The coilin oi the iliustrioiu 1 ri-.csj.stu was aiioost hidd'. 11' Pv a! olden pail, linefl with whito s.d';:, ! and tne vast ear lticll w.-.;-, drawn hv . ..I . I.. . i ij.111 Dial. iv uoirt's euio'neit iv sold rts to .ur.h ;i cu- The bodies of suffocated were 1 ldaced in a church 1. s.:te tlo; thc-ati-c. It 13 feared one h jiidrvd men an 1 wo:i;cn ;er iii:i'd in tiie flame;. N:cK. Marcli '21. T7r to thi linnr e niv ns.'.rsiiai. ti.on inves- P'K-.i.i'n,. i.o.i;.. r..nM. 1 f...v noil, l- ), it was (iseovc.v-d thrt fliejed from the ruins of the Italian Ooera gamed access to a va- House, destroyed by fire last night aojonuiig !,' bank, fit, is feared that many more lost nights had bc-n un-! i,-:;v j ; Tiie fire commenced soon after the curtain had risen for the perform ance of Lucia do L.immernioor. As tho subscribers for the orchestra seals and box of the grand tier had mcV.lv s.ijt arrived, a majority of the victims belonged to the working ciaL'5. Shortly after the fire began Ihe gaa exploded and the house was plunged into complete darknesj. A seene of terror and dismay ensued viioeii oi-g-:;;rs ticscripcion. A detachment of sailors from a squadron in tiie harbor arrived and displayed great gallantry in res- cuiiiir toe people and combatins tl ic fire, vhich f.as subdued toward Id o ojo'.'I:. fctrackosch was slightly hurt, Signora Rianca Donadi, one oftl.e leading artistes, made her way to the street safely. One whole family of fivo prrsopd, and another . -l . e . 1 . . , , laiiiny 01 mrce are Known to have pcrh.hctl. A relief subscription for ti.o i:'.oi,i:o-i hi lils o'-s'i.-rat-:: e ;t-i:.r,(I to the vault. On th 'MU jo d he had niadc oeo ,,.; vau'if. M.rs!i:.l Devii.s and his 'o--e, m. u .lirr.ai given by l!.t?c.:-iij.-r, who was -ec reh-d in the ha;,1:, Shi roisiided the i nilding and atl'.iiii.ted l.is oapiur-j alive; but Elx-rt, v,ho preferred death to arrest. with 1; dagger 111 his nand, made a de.--jier;ite etioj.t to escape, and was shot down in his tracks. lie lived one hour r-fur being shot, but would reveal nothing. The oniy words he utter; d " were : ''Vou've pot ru boys.-' TiiC (V-roiiei 's jury rtrdcr- d .i yer-bct of ju.-.titiable homicide. Tl l;rne;ifo;i-4 Car--.1. 1 H.. .unrc.-i ;. i.ev. r 1 1 er M-dioaey. w!:o is alleged t-) have rai-.-d Mis'Quiiiian from the dead wo fHouii:s-t!-i ha j t.il:m up his residein'o in E'if. arid is reported lo te woikiog ini.-:'c!s aiii'H.T ti, rw L- ' 1 1; . t u.:. Ni:v York, Mirch 2". Messrs. Eenuer, Roberts, Campbell, Devreck, Lewis, Newman anil Donahue, if the assembly committee on public health, met this morning at the Rut ter and Cheese Exchange to resume tiie investigation into the subject of the manufacture and sale of olooniar gerine butter and lard cheese, begun by them at Albany last month. It was decided to investigate tho mat ter ofadulterato l cheese at to-day's session and take up the butter ques tion to-morrow. Mr. Fulton, George , Hart and William Jcllnes were the first three witnesses examii - d to-day, and their testimony was to the effect that there was much adult eration in the manufacture of cheese. A counterfeit article wag made not only from eleomargcrine, but also from lards and various oils. At present the manufacture of tiie adult erated article wis hardiv extensive enough to effiot tiie trade. The lo.v price of the genuine article had done much to retard the dev.-IopiiK'at, of the adulterate 1 article. They thought the m ittir serious e;vug;i, however, to require legislation, and cgrced that merely branding g h woaM not reach the root of the evil, a? dealers always r-mive the di-tin- guish.ing marks and label after ihc v have purchased the counterfeit arti cle and retail it as genuine ehuse. the river, so it the train was thrown from the track while under a fail headway of steam the; re would un doubtedly be an appa'Tng !o?- of life. The men seized the bar ami began frantically to pull and tv.-iat it about. Tiie ciigh e-f-r of ti;e tr:iin saw them, but ;ouM n it sio-j. lie says that t!e?ir eil'irts to licj the crowbar and !,vr t!:c rail were frantic r.r.d like the workings of mad DIM I thou t rt:!!-. oi t..:; i Lriioii i warning b!ov e t'wic reft i-.iriM an 10 t Kil; T -. 1 1 of l'- (.fi,;,.' P'-i v.-.-n i'"-ific heai;,;.;;. , " le.i' r: tl., P,' g' oh top I lrift.i ura. :'i.d sdi the sio'-kcir-.w-,-, :M; -;..-.nl bri'lgc-at (', j was.W away.' Ti Sehuykrat ii o'-k ;J ! was a ragio" t.,r... , , j all). Toe h.:.,:.:,;-: I T tl f 1 - J tPj. .1 ... men, and tbysec:ir;d to forget their jnnhiuiiu-alioii '.,''.';! o .vn danger. is.u ora v. .w ioo;-a!M j0 and the rail lowered ju-t as tiie e-:i- w gine readied it, bu. th? r:i-n who j iuj'dy paid iL-anv for ; '.ale the 1... iie-r any iivci i;. their dann; tiic-ni and kiiie-l and in ingle 1 .Mi ly tht he died in , men wcro married li.-s. The t-nine struck J ii;u iost iiitly, .! so frightfui s!.i,;t tiaie. Ti:C Al'aeke.I by h, I loavj IIIjI- A ve ry r "shoe iitel, Ciiariotto : lias ;ast s fasTt.l I' .l:e.-v. I ' . . .. Tl T TjA.) ',' lr.i AO i , 1 .: , .u brutal outrige an-f heavy wa.i eojeted t!i gilt a f from this pi ic About v i.v.l-A o'c'o.;k lei; hit )!0.' snudi t;'.r :. l V. :: r tirrcd ti u I country contig'p,u I W. D. "Raid win. ai.:A ! ble citiscen, of the ! Rai I win Co., :iir-.;r;v ; turning on Friday ; on Lorsvback to ils eh--1 on nearing tiietiwaa!...-.- ., 1, tour masked uiiu ;gi::ie 1 no t-.itr. into the house o : A by J Ciiinior. an aged far.ocr living with h'u wi.e t v 1 1 1 1 i - froni ( station, o 1 l!i- A. V. R . ;d v i t: and torture I the old who is "1 vo.irs oi I, ii.itil I.-g g ive up the key to hi si-'. .! toting him once in too !.. i 1. Tit. v secured I ie 0 ncop 1 .1 -.il - a i !0 1. A between six loiiars we-r1. roiiroad and j C.-.-nipaiiy's loii ij. i and live" l!iou-.;p :111a 'i-vt-n t. of a;:-:;-:-! !!ra-!y'j R.-n-l d o-.-lw. iOi:-::i.n 1 Yaiiev litis S!.lri' 1 , 1, S.O li 1 g of S'iriii; one kn-)-.vi;i 1 has been opened an'i maimed. Ill's bouse is le-sh-go! with hundreds ot 1 hex lame, blind a 1 -iLi!' mufo, riaralvtic and Kerofuious t-ti in Kubje Urapt-rit-s.1 Four general ' Pi',.!riti efaioori.ig to be healed. aids-Ue-Ci'tp uuod :; at t;ici cor-1 ;,':i!i!(,-r Mahoncy was interviewed to- tility of our quon-iaiM friend, the heroic General Koontz : Tef.asi-rt Df.pabtmest, OrricK o fxTEBXAL liisvEsrr. Waj;hi.vctcx. 1). C.. March 2g, lil, J Jlditasd Hcull, lq., CvXtcUir Jiii't VUtrlcl, .Si.w.rjfc-f, J'tnn'a. ISib: 1 mu in receipt of the report of Rev enue Agent 1'luin liter upon 10s examination of your olfiiie of the lltlt instant. Vour praJe is a uual, Nuiahar one or First Class. he)i.:.'tl'ully, CllilXS 1J, Kavm, Coinrnisiiioner. roi.n icAL decapitation eeems to be the predominant aim of a certain class of destruction kh-:, who. affect ing to be independent Republicans, seek to deprive of power and i-u- j portance all the influential leaders of tho party in the city, the StaLt? and the nation. Xorth American. The Vest Chester Milage Record makes the following announcement: "The Committee of One Hundred, who were so strongly influential in securing the defeat of the Republican canciidates in Philadelphia, at the February election, have announced that they propose to continue their organization, and that if the Rcpub-' licans of the Stated) not allow them to dictate who shall lie the candi dates on the State ticket they will do their utmost to defeat the ticket Thus it will be seen that the kick ers and bolters arc determined to rule or ruin the party in the State Lnder the guise of Independents Anx.nt the declaration of the po- anl reformers, and with the cry ofjlitical Miss Nancies, that President LosUlily to the ''machine," they are Garfield will act entirely independ- teadily playing into the hand of the ! ent of the wishes of members of the Democracy. j Senate and Congress, the Harris- ----- - burg Td( graph says : President Gai:fieli's views on- "1'iwJeut OanVl.i his po.t us the Morman ausion are e-niiiiitio i !" at e'.nxonting tu t.e puided in vuB .uuiuijuiju.-aaon a.t C.npuaac j iarfredf?Tw, in making npcoiiilnicnts, ly and UnequivocaL He is reported 1 ll,t recommi-nJaiionii and sdvioe of Scna coll ;,1,; .. i , t.ctaml i:.i.ro.ft-niutivs. All the Presi- tiiae said within a uay or two aYm coiri..n:y lunici to meniW. of to a Senator: 4Tolvgatnr must end fn3 Just per pf '.resenting , ,, . . ," " , ". . , the prupe-r per- of their diiri.-t lend suau it euinpeu ouu 1 HIS Plague tau., tor tne ;e-Ml t,iiii-es to l filled thw.n. itT. Lincoln a scrupJou in liis deferenee to Congrcmtupn in dieie mat-1 ters ; tbat is. mlien .ctiuiii!, applications, und recoiuuttfiidsuiu, were before him for a CVinrtsiionai ui.tri-t, ht naturally and projM-rly consulteil with the Jioiiqhlieans ConiO'CM from that ortioii of the eountrj-, or with iia lpuhi;ati benator err Senators from such a Suie, if it was thiu represent, t Cien. Grant did the same tP.in. o man will tay that t liese men c Presi'Ients were notauctcs-ifiil in their aclg and w-inlaof iriXKl s'.'iiiie and in their cnoice of othcials, Coxxeli.sviu.e, Pav March This morning,ehortly afUrinidnight, Capt Curtis S. Haver, formerly a resident of Pittsburgh, wan waylaid and shot w hile walking along the railroad a 6hort distance from this place. Two shots were fired by some one who was concealed behind a fence, both taking eftect in Haven's body, nd one passing through th.e lower part ot his felt lung, ihe wounded man was found in an in- sensiblecoiditiau by some men, who carried him into a nouae feud called a surgeon. This evening he is con scious and resting easy, but the phy sician fays his wounds are danger ous. Havea says lie does not kr.oc, nor even sucpectwho his assailant i are. ihe Laptian is a son or tiie late W. S. Haven, who formerly had an extensive job printing establish ment in your city, He served in the araiy during the lat;i war. and is about 15 years of ago. Boiler JbSxploslou. Her oi the caialalque, the; j-Iishe-.l metal wheels of which glistened in the bullfight. Sixteen gc-m ral olli ccrs held the silken cords of the canopy. Rehiiid the bier of l.is murueied sire walked Ak;:.i,.ihr IH. in bis imperial Fuhiude, bear ing alone his UHiil sorrow and 1 wv and humbly disclaims nnv Tcr- sonrl j'.oivrr, but gave the glory to God, v.ho, he fiiiy,;, answers his prayers, James .Hav, hiien haher The re gatta hero has been t.oun- termandod and the value of l!ie prizes to have been contested for will be contributed toward the relief of the dlt-trcssed. I'nnnnn and Ccmpfcoll. several ollors, dee-larc I and i were Jcij-e. iii-thiy two i i;ueo-c arrived tor nistantar.ee f i thev !v heale'l of dis- cri'qlcs from XvAsyixr.TON, March 23. Prep rations are being maete to contest the I. tab case in the most vigorous shiLe c-ares. n.nd svioholijiiv' in U.ul!,ein:g healed. Ma honey 'was form 1 v " piie-.n oi nn? eijoc-t'M", lioc till? over he world. His last respect bis unique position.! tr f priest 'Ihe Kinperor was dressed In Gcji- frayeled nil :e ndra eralo uniform, wearing the ribbon 'H:fp looks cohiiy on of the order of St. Andrew's. Fol- biinei-s. n a few days the alh lowii.g the ihnperor. at resncetiiil miraelc wor'-cr will tahn !iC lec- clicUf.ee, camo the Ministers of the I lure IlvI'1- lle !::9 prepared several spot on our institutions must be banished. I ak you, as iny friend, to take your stand m the Senate and fight this evil until it is crushed out of existence. We must, how ever save from illegitimacy 70,000 children born in Utah of polygamous Household, juinistcr ef War, toe thre 0'Jivnjs on duty. 'Nest in order followed ihj Q;;4 pukes and Princes according to precoeL'fioe, with foreign prince's. These includ ed Grand Dukes Vladimir, Alexis, fcergn:0, 1'aui, and Constsunine Scr gius, Michae-lovisky. Demitri, three Nicholases, Peter," two Michaels, i . . ....A A I 1 II f ercorge nexaouei , a4l Oil lOill, like his Majesty, with innumerable princess, Jiornaucirsky, Luchtenberg, NicholaH, and Ccorg" .Masinii.rano yich, Peter,' Alexander, a;sj ihirfine. ef Oldenburg, and i.iukr;.: te'iL'ares on i:i!er:stitig s:it;oets mir a cles" being the topic for one, ami at tkef.wjyst ,fh!s fn'ends lie pro poses to let ' the" "world kno'.v fha pi eat ercn-t cf his alleged rn'rrvclbus power. l.i'imii.r t w..i -i w fi...,if i.aa ir. lli'iwiil 1 ' Lviniiui .uuiiai i.iio 1 " H . fCP" IflPin'ilt'ir.r full inr.cillt ltir.n with President tiaifodd. wfio assur ed him that he should have the sup port of the administration in ihe matter. It is churned that delezatc- elcct dim peril's friends have proof ot tne most convincing character to establish tho fact that the papers through which Cannon estabdnhcd his claim to citizenship arc forgeries. The records have been searched, f;n j the proceedings of the court on the dtiy-wheu he claim t- liayp i'.;Tc naturalized show 'no such ac- Col. Scot Gi.T.frw!'y. Piiii.A!):;um,. T'arcii 22. For i soioo 1 ivo or throe days it has been the talk at the clubs that Colonel Thomas A. Seoit has glveii away a 1 irlune to prominent hospitals and j tion. 'i'lit- pajiers i-haf. Cannon does i present, of which the'ir is no regular record, are wanting, it is asserted, in no less th.an six essential partieqlars, that proven them not only to bo forged, but to be very clumsy for geries id t'uif. The" only record Ceorge vnd ichnel of M, ek'a.l un ,Src!;Uv . 11,11 . The Colored Iooj!i'st I"iiVorlfc t W.sai.T.rox, March '2'2, The U"ar Department has for tc-veral flays b ctiarcrvlcrvoiisforalargejior fion of the colore ! population ot the-1 in addition to toe regular number Tiie , edu eatioiiaf institutiens, but no pub- j "i which ho. claims to ho f;jj najij; : he iiiu!iitii;(.ci;ient wan made of the rj'dizalion is not in the minutes of' fact until vesicrdae. Tit.--1 -:"'.! h- the court proceeding, but in another it yj asserted, it can be interpola- if professes to rc- tampbell cxpe-ets to premises an werg c:i';aged in of the bu-.i. 'ing about it. The rep'-rts of lei r.u a rn:: i . i ori umt tl: a e.:? i. g ;vor'c e..t ti... 'Vi a b-i ceo ant v went so: no es act ! est: high to.lt OClit r. i 1..1CCH Or t.he hors..- he v..,; bridiei:: tiairf' i stirrups from R..;.J; : made frantic t -v. irotn t!.e- s.-fi-ta ; CoU.d not sear, , . i l : . : to in:, j.. ...r-e :rol r ' ti.'e, foi!iw.-diy tin- w;;; i biting i-.,ck .f tags ir.t , ; i t r:i, 'tii.-ir glaring v, j tru-Jing t.in-U'.s r-j';.--i bent upon his t,...-.n. i (:it:?chs We.ro ar-u.-.-. i ;.: ; i! do win's re:je ! p:s:o'-i. and the ii.furi:. j were compelled t,-, I woods, w.htre ti:ev loa.vliy, att-..;k!nz ; gr.nvn catti-. Ily tl.nt I ciu-ni'jiit had great! v br ; the danger was o :a :ni:" :i :c-lleel KillvS, t!ie v.'.', pa;:y of that piao-, -r.-n ! to hunt the dogs, x'h; tne aha;r arc woat c iiiiiietsng a.-j Pi too aiao'gg.t of nioney t ikeii. f'o::i mate tiie aniount of cash at aj a figure aj $l.t,j.f), an-1 a y among tie.- bonds v.: c ( Jovc-nt inflicted unsn Mr. Conimr bv ,i 't, the pa- w,H en, sriot and beating ho cn t'.iix-d b ilelivering up tiie J;cv and rcve; ighbo-L 000 'oi.'ll an in'. a j of the el gs having i,. on i Tiie curios ti.irt al.)-:; ;:. is tiiat tl;e d-,gs bi. L-d mute s-.-rious. si leriiu The sh )vk prod u f ,.111. , r;e:u in tin; iij.j i.viy litis d'aMEie- ; ly unstrung her, cr.d'it is f-are-l she , may not survive if. Tiie affair 1.:: in and - AVaj s of the; AVicVed. Ciievknk, Vv'v., March 2 j. Goo. Parrot, alias "liig; Nose George," one of the Klk Mountain murderers, an 1 an infamous road agent, who is sen tenced to oc hanged on April 21, at tempted to break jail last evening at Hawiins. He man aged to get bis shackles off, wkh which he attacked Jailer K inkin when he entered tiie corridor to hick tho prisoner.- in thpir cells for the night The jailer's wife- hearing tho conflict, had the ' presence of mind to lock the Outside door, locking the jailer in with the prisoners. An alarm was then rais ed, and a number tf citizens hasten ed to the jail, released the jailer and secured the prisoner. Ho will be doubly -ironed and strictly guarded until the day of his execution. A later dispatch to tho Cheyenne. Lvi l er states that "Uig Nose tieorge;' was taken out of jail by a party of raosk pd men at lO'.o1) o'clock Lsi night, carried to a telegraph polo opposite the railroad machine simps, "when rope was thrown over the cross arm of the pole. George was then made to climb up a ladder, when the rope was placed around his neck, and the I ladder pulled out from under him.; His last words were. "I will iurrmi off, bo vs. and break mv neck. '' I It is tho custom to clean oat :h,,r-! self. It is oughiy and then varnish ail vats in j i'-nou: s:oppmg, i.ec.t"-c; breweries iust before they are n-, d cr sails from "Galveston on ; ' -a,.-,- the coin.)in.i';on en the safe are con-! " ' , -;,!1-.-;i ,,p(1 . i . i peeipiO ,1 - , . . . ana no on; h-n n-t h.v-n us tiio age, prove latui. , ., . -, , ' to the nervous !!."aui .t'1-,r a.r""'.n ' tor ixeir coniohiauoa. Hydrophobia was iug . i,.iej it v, i.iiessci 1;.';:: created intense c:;-:i:jmen?, in ia V. ', ' "' r'- 5U::! -ti:c vicinitv fir mile i around, ar-l i I .. .. 1 1 I . . ' L- . I ' Miouiu too pci jifita.ors or ti:e o:;; rage be captured tlscv vill tieswro- ilc n. fir;nt e.fl Ter 3l,-it ly uoajt wiiii. ihe Coinora are among our most respect:ibl people and have th.e sympathy of the cam-! munity. There is no clue as yet to the perpetrators of this high-hand -.-..I i outrage. " A Foretaste of Itcll. : Nkw Vo::;;. M ir -h 2-t h't.if of to-d u- savs: ;?:.-.:. said to a t'r'-c r-r rt,: : t;.rt to-;norro-,r for !.: party rvr.sists of Scnor Mexico, my son riyv.-.i.-ry. Mr. rawsrn. frem th;" pirtmcnt in .V;!!.::v't.in. v. ov.r iiir.ch;ior. togs: Tntrrnal Krvcuuc KeeeiiitH. Wasiikcgtox, March 21 Tho re turns of internal revenue r'eccints at the tobacco division shows a 1 sre increase over last year. The amount collected for January and Pcbruarv for the present year will Lc found, when footed up, to be ten per cent. In advance qf tha cf bSS'. This is due to several causes. A large por tion of it is attributed to the increas ed use of tobacco by the laboring casscs, which increase is owing to the present prosperity. Another reason ia that Commissioner Kauni hits succeeded in est ablishing a more perfect collection of taxes by means of which it is vastly less cosily than nrteier the administration ot his prpqeopsjers. Tbs third Wstcrday morning between p'l and i-'bali bo gone from four 11 o'clock two men were emolovrd i on. l.-asiuess coiinecinl i . .. i j 1 .... in varnishing a vat at Dchm: s brewery on Eleventh str-.vt. Att;M t i . - - - . , . . .ec.orier was inside tPe va tiie varnishing and Joiir 1 . -i U doing - tlol'llilg SI CO.ii oil l:Oi. .-il above to atr'..rl li-ht. A.'ier work had continued some tin t jiiics oi toe a nish caused t! .enor iiomeo. wtio v.:':: r i.i speaking of the trip, -nii er.-il tyrant was fleet.'.! i tho Mosicar. Southern ILi two Vt:i3or.o. iiist. ana oe more irai. Tllei.t 1:1'T '. r- Felbreath quickly jerked the vat and threw ii. ,i then procured a candle, v IR.I..U.UK- USVli llUriiig tion, a lauip only bavin. secure rreater s -d', -rv ! stituted to sooner had too lighted candlo Peon lowered into the vat than there Was an explosion, and i;,st-.n!!i- reason i i . . , . , . "- '- the great increase aiaoii bova and i1' ,1'; Vi, i:!".' ''r V .flie young men of tho use oi cigarettes, L; " C IVHi' b'""' '1V"''tr by tha means of w!j:rh thousands I . .'." .. l. L't l",l.v e- are daily becoming co:ssumcs-s of ! I Vi'k ;. 1 ""' !- -.'5.pL'r-!'-- tobacco at a period of youth when ''Vv V"?"1 ' ,,ut."M1 r-;li. icrctofore thev hov.n.ot !.r- i 'm. SVK "ae-Ktvarel into tho inv. nn the v csni.-do. fnen :!;.- feciir it tllU' fit ! ou.ut-.L-a, -.in -.iv. He:c" .ith was I :- opera- j l'"' ..Jen o.b- ie'ou. No! v. str-ii- - P, t.t i siidercd to ' c-:npa!:v Ing aheai fry vcrv ttie l-.o i:i Ti.o r.iid apidiv ::i-i u.,i ii.e ir.' r.iilr Illegal Whi'kej. V.-iii:o;o.v, March t'o::iiiils.-ion!'r of Intemas: ho roe; ived :i rei"rt iK" ' ;i:d vei.ac oii.oeo iM1--Te rriiory, who v.-c-iaoir.kr.a inv.i,:gatiT,s into ill:.-:: t!t..t fVirlhirv. It tact KutiJ yesicrdae. j ic .ieg ilc ! nv eoun, procce;!ing, hut lr amount of tlitse tontdiona ' will ;'J';!;; where it is asserted, reach about CiX, and thev have show:, to bo tifoply rn i bct-,i ec.owffl uoe.ii Philadelphia I150''! rnade long subit-otp;' .1 ..r .i i fieenr.e.n o- ' e' men ; . Date oi cnicc-sctKcrs parents. I -.feel bound to do this Itecause two of mv predecessors (Da-' 1 r,?i,lc,:t l.v s.-tMi tin practice, ami t t-m s j in doiug that inriiivi-i !;:iu'f unnce-csfari- Ctianac and I-ldruore) Saw lit toMv jntersoiuil bieierjiu. President ;ar- recognize tic inBtituUon bytbcaHtiSffi !lkins last night, and opened common pointment of Drigham Young, the manner abrie the jxwj ie or inflate ihe j ,, V. . '" nappiiy togctner, j tion east. The last mail that t amo Rociiestek, N. Y., Marcli 21. A three story brick building, one hundred feet square, on Walnut street, this city, owned by the lioch ester Hydraulic Company, and oc cupied for manufacturing purposes, fell into ruins at fi:4o o'eloelc t.hi. morning. The jcau?.e. is believed lo .'"be-.-:n; pjv want to meet the son have been the explosion forty i.r t1'? m:iu UV'.'fd the rman- liorse power heating th aged twenty etantly on ing wall. were injured i o clock twaity m,cp total loss is sand dollars, :PS'.P.UUons. W1H1- :; I'he sifts areas follows': "' 'ate. Mr. T.itho or'hrrwiHc H'iiiti fp.w) j nave diiticoltv pi establishing J::; t Mm mil v tit KD -ijujid ;u,.-t. ui(i.,r timciiii.1- grour.el that all votes oast for an -00-, hdipn :irf nidi nod -r.:.l gift of ihe b'Yiiv-if l.-w I cecieu ry mcoiii ; oceu ;:pphc edamong habitual smokers ThuilHf X if" i I 'r -c- W . , , ... , tue assistance o !.;!. ..i f, . , ijji in .oami M.e u ii.. is a bnanish cu.-tom, winch has i eil B fdl ' ' S t ! between In.ibu Territory only latterly leonine prva ent to H, , '' "' ? '. hl' l! i P., i. -:', nnv gicat 4W.'iri'! eia;tW(.u-J f " l!r t f " thi attention of the ofiha rs of the t J ? ! " ' 'n,t' I -V- f i " ; ' e ; Internal ruivenue Bureau from tho h cl ll;:- niri-iBA r.ft..vM f 1 :.. . 1;"0 o.!t; ; i.u PCS, I l,d .-.. : : " . '.'jujii Ir8. Pi-(s,U,'iit Gai-nrtO. lias one hundred colored people v.-li.ojf:.-?pyp.c;:t of the Chair cf Jfathe-1 1 1 y.yr:xpT Ki;cKrTios. wards t!m him m an instant, and wi j"f f'i;th oTlingnlslied j Aubrier jvas hadlv huii j tne bands, arms and face. e.oi.r. i-CiOreat i can - .r h t;;i tiio d about IT- ... Ii'0 .1.1; aid fire. :o: :au ti To.; Ia ii iil.:h C! p:.e:di!.; abuHhds 1 i.i; 0 ii-. vl.t..u, ins r.iiso p!..T... a be secured r.r a in wlii-key. "i ir u" i i air. I. ! i:..--: him f o j :si:ttii, 7;ow ftii,;d hy IVowsor Ke cpd-eis ;alh The donation to the. JelVcr?' 3Io:r:shl:jfr. r.-ftllt In A i-iL-A l.nn.lj iT--.ll, v ...-v '-i r..v.. ...,i. , ..i.iui.s, iitjw n;i.; i r,y i goi.;-sor iven- of if C ; !, Uf" Iff I :f; . 1 " o-tun to the r,y , , A desperate fight took phiee ,TueS . . - ...... ., i , - , ' . ii ,i.,r, r.i ri.,,1 , ry ,, ...... .... A;. ..i ..7 ,. ... 3 r ii ... ... w . , ... r.i .int.ni-,1... s si i c nr. iilH.'. 'li Ol 11 lilu. .sSin' WAsniXe-.To;; March 2U. Findim- it lmnossihln. without r.n-r'...fir,ii-l.r.V ! aoe Jsp-ie jduties. as she has young child-i 1 r'eti, to fecefve cafi i every evc;::;ig ' Mrs. Garfield has decided to: tlie! present to eeo general company on ! taken to the ho-ptt:;l for tro-tni-' T'' v:i s" 4 "'' ' !" ' ' 'I ' AubrierL about twei,tv-;lve veer, of! ,u,1,ilV 5 ri iVU '""' age find ur.ranmc.l. !-t"'rU'Jr-tot l: r' :'-!riu'!'-b tiw 16f. n.;:lr;i: v 00IEI!. V .to 1 Ai-f5.to-.il. i r , .via re. i IWOOLEX MU i I .'.Isd .Is.' I i ' 71" ' ; lnw"7"",P ciioo-;uao-.toainc ivenuietcy line, tdjout N ;iy and k nday evenings. This ! news reached he-c f ,l.,v r f -x f'-.'.l I I'.eni. Anotner sum has bcni uon-! I-.vn'v miles from .bmesvTM.; T.n' t.-ecni5 to Wto l.pVm rA,-,M-,!Tr.-,..,.T.g. i -..,m.. n . V ;T'-SV r ''11: 1 ! n-.ifsnh- i rt'Tl'ltl.-.ri A' ,. i-i ail ... ig . . vAi..kt r- r, vllt lei, Ut.LtL; ie..lll I I. 3S! I.ITm v '- . ! ..'1 5ieam Dewier, u?ca lot ,r';'""" l- ., y.:,u:nui up.on nn institution tut w the! between ioooshin,.M nnd romi stood, fc.r hist even, S. V v rrv" p, ' !..., : ,n. years was LUW in- f'ilV ' . Virginny "make a pr,W-r ti Tins magnificent lii- parnun.S the side walk by a fall i ' m e ar wepartujent Mr. ; ! nfity otCoioncl ycoii.it isbeliev,.,?. ! At tho l.d nnuuntua "i "t ';' V V, " 7. 1 , r:""v,, !v;,ri"-! ''t-; Four or five other men brrecivcs l"' . fl Pvcser.s, the tr,,-k j:,,t. in , but none My. Alkr ? themnot onjr vith a !,and-p,,duri:Vr i:.,, li.V, of the eW. " ! thecootlinV' there would have been ou lew cheerful Wrds of I ii 'ht rns.ind rlnrln .Pir.', ii,I V.-II i in n itil l ... m vJ. i.'. t.j.. i v ! "! . .. I;i . Icrselook' J,-, ii.a i.,,;i,!;. Ti-..,itTcrtinL'. Somet racs it. . .. .-.ri . ... . i.iV. ' ?.."4''.4"' ' ' . '"-'"' ;" toiss utgi.i nr.u Paikcd. for .t-.'t,,-.. !. i , c i-:.n uiiiiuiiiL. tiie: , .. . V" . - t tnuiis:iirrnuii An-cai-il .UlOLlirtOTis Wlr L-i f. I ir h,i S J :nn nm r. -i.r.r.f .,,.-. .,T .t-..i i ., ' - 1 ' cstiitiaCidat twenty thou- M olddasfsi.onPd colored man or " " ' ' ' rn ZZ7.uJ' "::...lNri rV,T " .7. ' .4c."""!1-; a11" ' ? the endue crash-, Jl- ,"?..,. - I . I - l a li . . I v lOo J W Midi IJUItf UtTS. t " 1WI LHV uill L:l MIH II mP'T in I (( IV.T.t, P . 1 t.) ! '''.,WUii;ul,f J'lUe . Yoiik, Mareh 22.7!iur.oto- Tro oil., of tho inshinera aM Wdi they were entertained r;" ! . h r" !' . . 1. .I1"?.'!1: yakns r.. - .ou-uupuicm. r:oas nc lHi,g!arcd;EiiZ8betbiV. reported to have' been severely MnJlie GarielJ who is gentle in her ! less. I wa7 Vri uV 'V1- . named Moses Wuiker, abas Jim wounded. The Middletons vvcro nri- demeanor, was nri-scot nm-it. of i!.,. i T!n hv!,!' J' . . enr-hed. ; ihroBjih haw Tvifo,. V alke-r. and wfir. fa- ifv. jt:tif I., iwnn. n,.ii. ...t, .... I 'ot. ' . in .: -;.,, '"' V 11 ',r' to pic- r:ul . j..-"."ta, wttu, Kitu kii v'-'-'t-;;- -our te.tu,iy r::j iru p.iiji. ins wagon knoeked ; .', !-,. ers M2a?rul m the same unlawful , ..... ' 1 'i'ha .'.u' phiUe.i Ilm, h kir:1 a rw-'i . . ' V r, "v'.';l4,uHe m:ta i;:,s;lwilei;nd It St. Ivons, Xlareh 25. Despatches from Texas say that a farmer named Wilkins. living mar Arlington, till- ed his brother-in-law, named Har- p-nfejn-:, Ia., ' March train worked through the snow drifts on the Illinois 'Oer.al road ica- "hcad of the church, Governor of the Territory." If the President suc ceeds in f tamping out this disgrace to the American people he will have achieved glory enough for one Administration. iHiwcr oi cuiigres-'nieii. lie will rviieve hime!f of muvh rjxii!il)ihty, miJ j.ut the matter of distributing tiie pair-in ve of the Administration to the people, forhain and believing Harris was the cause of their disigreeineiit, he ffhot him. I wo brothers, nanieei Vrfet, aged n,u.i.n.-u.i.i,.ii tu tne eoiie, lor-.. M.n- j o,t , , -":" eressinan fails in natisfvinir di crn-titiuut na 2), regpectivelv. llVini? with they know how to get atiition. Every n.ie tlieir parents at Palestine Tex Weil lilt 1-1111.1 Mll. nt'tl.J, ISvitMrvl'a ,u-.0m. ,1 , , . 1 1m tl.;. .. ...... . ., .1 :n.. :. . : . . i ' ' . " . .. j , 1 , u 1 1 ' 1 1 . .1 t.HITlL-9 It CJltl -" Xi I ' lr no one will bo bettor nlonjicJ with it thu., himself and the public al large." knife. through was last Friday liisht. All other lines of road are open and trains running, except on the Mil waukee pnd fct. Paul east from Sah- anons oi ineir Tnir.-noi-c . ..... - r - 1 .1 1 ,1,1 . 1 rr . t r . . . .1 - i eatv, .vii.rcu ii.-r-t tiur.oior rio'a.s nc-jim buiirhtr of Elizabeth. Nr. J-i natned Moses Walker, alias Jim Valkf-r. and whn for !. iv.tui Iw.i , - ...... .... . w years has defied detectives, was nr- -A rev-tod hciO I-rt rvcnill'T bv (.'l.ii-f nf i nrv-nrvifmn hin t., ft,-....! i . ; Police Yate. of' Uliztheih. Durinrr tain.in t', wG7C . "WO,,e ... ' . f . -7 ... . . ....... . w. ....v,.,- val for :r.on(hs and defied the gov enimcrit ofhcials. The titooni&incrs made, a desperate resistance - durn in.it jci or 1 li nn a i, r,' r??i-rri V'TS i K5?. - itala !i.-X itu.rsr:;i. :-:.-tu.ANTS. . .LETS. e-ASI'- the past vear V.'.ilker has ki'.ooked oqwi; and robbed four ladies in thb outbkirts of Klizabeth. His last rob bery was that of Mrs. Wicks, pf Eliz abeth, he taking 103. When pur- suca oy an oiheer ho , .7, '"""l1- 'H'tti i;:s ;i. w ile iiriii i7j 1 1 ii 5fiboie nf!r.aj- Ith Party. Children, thought to be at i.,t.f-n ir 1 " I'lercland, and mud. svu.rn 'v i'! - W PticHwoxn, Va., .Mr.rch 23.-T1.C ! anifesU'.l for their i'os(i!nt V.V.. Jeting of the IldjiHter s State ! n. u',U f' he conflict, and, hotwithstartdiny threw down ed their rinrimiiTi In iv-H f.-.i.n ana vseapcu. lie was remand- tne field. tho soriom I3 thev sustained, for.i- ppone In the afteraooa of the ' V . imc- ce u.ick to jun-.aiyjtn m cnarso ot same day tho rcraum mm wW.h n ., . T , . . i y j "w.t tot a 1t.iit vvmi veiiiion rt i I dhfT ! west IsTtoSoix' Med, I ieof Police Yf iknif?rmer k,UcdthelaUw withaf9have lost a month's "frado l.v j eight or tencaino meetin Goiiiniiitre rcf?nt,'y called, was lit dd n.6 the Whig oi;ieei iii tuy iL. i evening. The cour.i ti General idahop.o nut dise-nsscd and vvannly indorsed. The Committee iesucd Jloo-islnSn i5;iiTUiorr.onx an.l In .ir.lcr tn mv H ff. BI-! i pear against him. I, - . ,1 . - . ' , . ... ,v v.vii , vilttu a his trial: same reinforcements, renewed tha ! hfhl in ihfj niir Ti.,i.. nto irlll nr. ' H,.T- TI...,tt . P i, .:. " , , " "" 7 -T I .. ., .i .ji-jan, '""tHiitii u. una tfcconu nexu An address will he 00i;;-jK.,-,..Ti lvv t e.oi;ocKtr M c x ir.)in a r.nd r March 2". li . nus return- moor, lime, 1 hara fn-j.: . lJ lt ""'. f . 'p,' : y -iir, aa.i In 'r- J"u To".' 4 ' i ah.. Lrst H:r -.'n.-c.l u:J ffi" ,r' . i engagement has not leen reporteiL ' the Keadjiuters on Friday next. i'VilT? ii"W"i Tnd h.V. e T one nunur and thirty feet under the cround. ""Vye . ......... u it" l iTiiimr..?. aj in i- guutUan.! lull vlu tu il. l-tyir,iti;!F!i:a.iaaiirfMC-rJ"' QiieTnahoB-'- AprT