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t j \ y J t;i5^ ' t WILMINGTON. DEI... SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1876. ONE CENT, VOL 2. NO- 68. TV > WANTS. BgMtt^JUlne;---f— Four large life-like Steel En AEnTS graving* of the Presidential trix* Candidates sell rapidly. Send "Way forelroular. N.Y.Engraving wall Street. Box 8286. N. Y. ang31tf *' — w FOR SAIafL _ ifeSRfiSi^WU]LCoF* GIBBS HKW 1 HNGMACHIN K.—An order on WlUcox iiibbs for 848 on account of an automatic ,^}Sg machine; will be sold at a discount. THIS OFFICE. of And and the at *>3 FOR RENT. £v»r RENT.-Htore. Slaughter house and »^ p WWahrenb. . 1415 Delaware Avenue. F "r RENT.—Five roomed house on Mar shall street. near Warner-a morocco ry. Five-oWapgrmo^Injuire " ovMt No. 105 West Seventh St. NOTICES. flail of St. Lawrence No. 616 Market r®dS*»r" „ „ treet, will-hold tqelr Annual Meeting, on TDBSbAY EVENING, Nov. 14TB, AH the member. are A requested B tobe & r novlO-lt __ eaent in Recording Secretary. UCKNffite APP11CAT18MB. VOTICE.—I, Daniel Mulherln, in com \ pliance with the requirement* of the K t of Assembly in such oases provided, do hereby give uotiee that I shall apply in writing to the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery oi State ol Delaware, i n and for the county of New Castle, upon Monday, the 20th day gmof November, A. D. 1876. being the first day ef the next November term of said conn. for Vlloenee to keep an Inn or Tavern in School District, No. 23 and 75. Christiana Hundred,known as (he^Oharleatown Inn, county and etate aforesaid, tosell lntoxlcat liquors in less quantities than one quart lobe drunk on the pfeintsesjaud the follow ed freeholders ef said wo.d recommend the said application, to wit: Wm. Conner, Timothy Gallagher, John MoCann, Thomas Toy, John Kerley, Patrick Haughey, High Reid. Paul Bogan, Jones Tonner, John Reid, BESSS"* tbs N OTICE.- 1, j. a. Beers, do here by give notice that I sha.l apply to Hidneso? tbe Gout t of General feteseions oftne MkSeand Jail Delivery of the State of Del aaare.in and for the County of New castle, UD*n Monday, the 20th day of November, Xj?., 1876, being the first day of the next November Terra, for a License to sell ln toxloailhS liquors in less quantities taan one quart, to be drunk on the premises, at No. 726 Market street, In the 8lxth ward of the city of Wilmington, countv and State aforesa'd, tne following freeholders recom mend the said ai Jacob Bruner, Frederick Walil, W m - o p John Dougherty, Thomas Cuirj, Wilhelm! Scbneiderjames Berry, Henry Schneider, Balth!"® r '^, r ? tenb ® JonnCarney, P a ii le A,^ U ' Michael Donohue, A. McHusn, William H. Bacon. Johu •'hay. WllllamH. McUftrlty^amuel Mo°re ifltvkh Rtnek William B. uayiiH, hi* Johu Sheeley, Jam ^k enDin|t ' John *W orth, *'v t nr AndreW T- K,ett ' J. A. BOERS. it james rv T. Davis, HAKE YOUR FOB! UNE Grand Extra Drawing, Louisiana State Lottery Company. Ineorpr-ted lBH^ AT NEW 0RLDAN8, MONDAY Dec- 4,1876. No Scaling! No Postponement ! $50,000 Only 48,600 TlcUei* at 1*0 Eacb. Fractions in Proportion. LIST OF PRIZES. Prize CAPITAL PRIZE 150,000 20.000 10,000 10 , 0(10 12,500 80,000 40.000 50.000 40.000 rsr l da 10 Prizaa at $1,009 o *600 15 0 ',800 100 o 200 i lo 500 2000 do. 20 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 0 Approximation Wise* 9 dS do M0 $2,700 1,860 DUO 1268,9110 2888 Prizes, amounting to Remittances must be made by express or '/EPordcrefOTtlcketa or ( ,"2 u " u forful - ler Information to ba madew CHAN. T. HOWARD, NEW OREEANft. Ticket* formUby on AC o., Agents 817 Broadway, New York* AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. Unexceptionable refereneee must accom pany application. THE FIRST REGULAR QUARTERLY DOLLAR DRAWING Will take place on January 2, 1877. TICKETS, 81 EACH. CAPITAL PRIZE, *16.000. novt-lmeod B OUSE AND sign PAINTING, neat y and promptly attondedto^bj No. 802Harrison St., Wilmington, Del MERCHANT TAILORS. I. •'COSHER, ,( w issued Merchant Tailor No 2 WEST THIRD STREET, (One door from Market,) Would announce to his friends and the public at large that he haslald In a full line gon last ty, about serted them not State in the to New a of are and of And la making the iathe up into stylish and good fitting garments at prices to suit the timee. Good At and workmanship guaranteed or money refunded. •?-Pants a specialty. mar8I HOWARD SIKPSOS, * Merchant Tailor, NO. 3 EAST THIRD STREET (Over Dnbell's Hat Store. A splendid aaaor .raent [of new goods foi flail and winter. PANTALOON OOODS in great variety. None bnt the BEST WORKMEN era •, ' anfM-8m ployed. JOHN H. HOHLSADaU, 1 I MERCHANT TAILOR, : NO. 418 KING STREET. ' (\f ' «Ug28-ly Wimiington Dei. JOHN H. 8CHAAF A SONj MERCHANT TAILORB, No. 20 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. A Splendid Assortment ol CLOTHS, 0ASSIMERE8 AND VESTING' ALWAYS ON HAND. i i need in are Del-am 120 Market Street. JOHN DAVIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 120 r>n "■'X'lfood octlO-Bm oods^kept constantly on* hand, it guaranteed. _ sue dler amusements. OPERA HOUSE, j^RAND Manager, Mr. George K. Goodwin. (Also Manager of Walnut St.Theatre, Phila.) I Immense Attraction! (ONE NIGHT ONLY,) Monday, November 13, Philadelphia's favorite comedian, MR; CHARLES WALCOTT, As Sir JOHN FALHTAFF.ln HI akspearo's grand five-act comedy, the Merry Wives of Windsor Assisted by the ENTIRE COMPANY of the WALNUT STREET THEATRE, Pblla. Admission 35 and 50 cents. Reserved seats 75cents. Tickets now ready at Boughman. Thomas A Co's book store, where seats oac ha Hpcured without ©xtru cnAr«6. be secured wi cHAg B- GRI aTE, Agent. ! nl0-3t educational. DELAWARE LVANIA. Y ILL county,penn 8 E y ! undSr the cba^SfZe shfiBS? poS dnaa. deo.l-lyr. ( gT* JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CHESTNUT HILL. PHILADELPHIA, U Annnal nenslon for Board and TutUon j.^^For further partlonlara, address, sonl-lT MOTHICB MARYjTOHW N ewb AND 0(10 $2,700 1,860 President DUO or - PENS. INKS. SLATES, PO° kBTB A%V Aad a variety of Fancy Articleii. da „ t Book*' »!■»* 80 * pulft " MedAla, Lace PiotureG, etc. PAPERS AND MAGAZINES at publishers' prloes, at M. RYAN'S, No. 109 Market street. y WEEKLY ocl2Hlf NEWS SUMMARY. If Hayes obtained both South Carolina andePforida it will only make him J17V. ' It is stated that no warrants have been issued for the pardon of McKee, the whisky thief, now in jail at St. Louis. i Senator Kelly telegraphs from Ore gon that there ia a possibility of that Slate giving a small Democratic majority. Ths dispatches from South Carolina last night, not based upon reliable authori ty, gave the electoral vote to Hayes, and Hampton the Govemahip. The number of troops that will be quartered in Louisiana and Florida will be about two thousand. The have almost de serted South Carolina, and they carry with them sever al companies of artill ery. The news from Florida this morning is not much more improved than it was yes terday. The dispatches state that the State haa been claimed by the Democrats in a majority over two thousand. In order to arrive at a conclusion as to the validity of the Louisiana vote in whichever way it shall be returned, Mr. Abram S. Hewitt, ch tirman oi the National Democratic Committee, has issued a call to prominent Democratic statesmen, Gov ernors, aud intelligent citizens, to visit New Orleans without delay, and there meet a committee of equal numbera composed of Republicans, both to investigate the election in Louisiana, and determine its value. Such men aa Messrs, Thurman, Bayard, Bedle ; Curtin, Palmer and others are named on the Democratic committee, and prominent upon the Republican com mittee are MessrB. Logan, Garfield and Kasson. I ] I The presence ,pf troops in Louisiana and Florida, does not explain itself biy any need for them. The dispatches published in the Herald thiB morning from New Orleans state that the reports circulated through the North of disturbances there are untrue, as that place was never more orderly than it is now, and the presence of troops is therefore intended .for no other 'lTwil l'lie usecJ^f necessaVy io*re?8;-* n( * r>n sue State for Hayes and Wheeler. Zach Chan dler has sent messages to Louisiana in structing the chairman of the State Re publican committee to see that the State is returned for Hayes and Wheeler in any and all events. Giving Tilden Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina with those States which the Republicans concede him and he has two hundred and three in the Electoral C*l from him the three lege. Take away named first and he has only 184, but to Hayes' and he jumps States add their vote from 166 to 185, enough to give lnm the majority in the Electoral College. The these States to object then of securing Hayes by military force, is the strategy of desperation and necessity. Without them his chances are hopeless, and with them he comes befote Congress with a majority, whether by fraud or not- he ha* the ma jority. If it declared that he has obtained the majority by fraud, then before the House ot the matter comes Congress, and if they sustain the charge of fraud they will issue a proclamation de claring that Tilden and Hendricks have been elected. The Senate will issue its proclamation th*t Hayes and W heeler have been elected. The result of this con flict can easily be imagined, if it is not re ferred to a vote of the States. By a popular vote, if such was reoognit ed aa the electing agency, Tilden and Hen drick* would be elected. The eatimated popular majority for Tilden i* 538,000, and for Hayes 260,000. Tilden's majority ia 267,800 in 35 States. This In clude South Carolina, Louisianaor Florida. If this conflict Bbould occur, with the military at the hand* of the Republican party, there is no telling to what means they may resort to retain the power Judging by their past actions the; are none too good, nor none too consider erate of the peace and tranquility of the country to give ua a Mexicanized id* government. We do not wish even to *n ticipate such a state of affair* in Amercan have stated eno«h to M party of government, but show that the public sentiment country is with th* Democratic pnrf. we the Tbe Republican Eatlmat#. The ''Republican" of yesterday elaima thit the next Congress will st«0».ttj political complexion with ' only four in the majority- ThU Dean estimation, the returns thusMfl QW that the next Congrea* will , t« <t °"^ i erkt* 159 and RepuMkmM l*4,glV0g a Democratic majority of 25. t " TV WE STILL LIVE, mi. i Florida has Gone Demo cratic By Two Thousand Majority I Committees of Inves tigation. i i> The Vote of Louisiana. I!'. Beth Parties Are to be Represented. ti HAYES ON HIS OWN FENCE. TH« State of Oregon is Still in Doubt. I i Hampton is' Hooted in South Carolina. i Good Order and Peaoa in New Orleans. Hr* am Claim Thom. Thera la n* reason that we should reltn qulsh our claims to the States given to Til den in tbe table below, conceding the Re puhUcan* South Carolina. « i TILDEN AND HENDRICKS. 8 Mississippi 6 Missouri, 6 New Jersey,' 8 New York, 4 North Carolina, 11 'Tennessee, 15 Tasks, Virginia, _ West Vlrcinia, b 8* 10 Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Iflnrida, Georgia, adlana, ] lantucky, I iouistana, Maryland, Total, HAYES AND WHEELER. hllfornia, i , 6 tolorado, lipois, (ansas, It 35 J# 12 186 8 a 8 ■ I n 12 8 8 8 New Hampshire 5 Ohio, 21 22 5 Same, 7 Oregon, 8 ilassachusetts, IS Pennsylvania, 26 Uthlgan, - 11 Rhode Island, 4 Minnesota, 6 Vermont, .6 Wisconsin, Total, 11 10 Iowa, & 116 FLORIDA. DemoaraUe by Two Thousand. Dy Associated Press. Savannah, 5a,, Nov. 10,—Advices from Flpilda siy thit the Slffite haa undoubtedly gone Democratic by 2,000 majority. There 'has* been no listurbancee as far aa heard froh. CriANDLEt* CANON AND BAYONET. Orders to Bye the Belarus Doctored. By ABSoclaid Press. TALLAHilEE, Fla., Nov. 10.—Chandler and Edmuts have sent dispatches to the RepubllcaBeadquarters in this city stating that the reilt oi the Presidential election depends oiflorida, and directing that the returns be ictored so as to show a majority for Hayes. Chandler offers to aend any amount oftoney and any numberof troops to this Stato accomplish that purpose. TKBtTURNS TAMPERED WITH. ot MontiOLo, Fla.,Nov. 10.—There Is no doubt of»lawful vete of the State being Democrat but In Leon and Jefferson counties be the vote will exceed the num ber of rdent voters by at least 1,000. Democra'challengers were excluded from tbe polleod fraud and Intimidation, under caver of' troops, have overpowered all oar offoror a fair election. iRepubns are sending out runners to tbe south and western parta of tbe State to tampvith or destroy the return* from the wtalounties In which the Democratic majorithre enough to overcome small relativens. The result from the black counlleihlch are all in, show a Republi can gal over 500. Auoi, Ga., Nov. 10.—United States troops e been ordered from Sonth Caro Una, torida. The compahlea stationed at Alkleave this afternoon for Tallaha* its ia In the the *n to see. SHBBSS BATONBT8 MARCHING TO THE BRA. Waigton, D. C-, November 10. Genenberman has acted upon the tele gramdived from the President, and hss racelword from General Ruger that he had oid nine companies to Florida, woulitr five more and go in person With them ling Col. Hunt, of the 5th artil lery, ommand in' South Carolina. A comjtf artillery will be part Of the troo)tt from Sonth Carolina. TRAf TATION FOR GRANT'S ASSASSINS. SaJah, Ga., November 10.—Trans port, has been ordered for troops to pastugh this city to night for Florida. and of in M of COLORADO. a (nation for the u. a. sun ate. Dr, Col., 10th.—In a caucus of tha Replan member* of the Legislature. Hogome B. Chaffee wa* unanimously nojfod U. S. Senate. the ' i „ >e d by a D " I I Tbe Weather To-Day. 3y lociateil Press. Vhington, Nov. 10th.—For the Mid. lektet falling lollowed by rising barome :r/ortbeast to Northwest wlad. cooler warmer, cloudy and rainy ,/p THE VEtT LATEST. flraiH«i Mlllta^ om«r»-TrMpi for the Sowth—The call Mr Beard* ef Investigation—Noatb Carolina. [Special Dispatch to the Herald. I Philadelphia, Nov. 10 .—8 A. M.—Pres ident Grant's order to General Sherman to send troops to Florida, and Louisians, and see to It that the Returning Boards are protected in the faithful discharge of their duties, Is believed to have been prompted and to have been issued without any consul tatlon whatever with the Republican lead Troops are already on the move for both the States referred to, and a committee of representative men In response to an ap peal from chairman Hewit,of the Democrat la National Committee, start for New Orleans to-morrow, to exert their Influence for peace and order in this grave crlala. Among these are ex-Gov*. Curtin and Bigler of Pennsylvania, ex- Got. Parker and Senator Randolph of New Jeraej, ex-Gov. Ingeraoll of Connecticut, Governor Walker of Vir ginia, ex-Governor Palmer and ex-Senator Trumbull of Illinois, Senator Bayard of Delaware, and Governor Carroll of Mary land. • There la nothing later from Florida or Lou isiana further than that the .official count will be necessary to decide the Presidential question In those States, at the same time one, National Committees stick to it; the both that Tllden has carried both, and the other that Hayea haa carried them. There la, however, nothing poaitiv* on which to base these claim*. At midnight the Democrats at their headquarters In Columbia, 8. C., gave up the State to Hayea, though Insisting that Hampton has been elected Governor. ere. t Hast. ! A BOARD OF INVESTIGATION. A Committee of' Bepnblteans sad nemoorata to Invest igate the Elec tloaa In Ualslaaa-Ihose who an j at By tbe the at the and ' b to Mo. By Associated Press, Louistillr, Nov. 10.—The report that Senator Back Henry Watterson and other* have gone to Naw Orleans, 1* premature. Mr. Watterson haa not left this city, and in reply to iaqulrles, said, that If the parties mentioned ehould go to New Orleans that they would go in the Interest* of peace and order, to exert their Influence a* far as B ile over the excited masses now col in the city, they could do no more in any event than to personally Inform them selves. Mr. Watterson expressed the opinion that it would be eminently proper for Governor Hayea and Governor Tllden iflintlv and by agreement Senur uuvSS vi ineuua wP «cn viwuu, headed respectively by Charles Francis Adams, and Wm. M. Evarts, and com posed of conservatlv* men who have the confidence of tbe. country. He thought such an arrangement would be able to se cure a fair count of votes and satisfy the whole people averting a most dangerous issue and perhaps an outburst of violence. AX ORDER OF THE NATIOXAL DEMO CRATIC COMMITTER. N»w Yore, Nov. 10.—The following des patch has been sent to Govrs. Ingersoll, Hubbard, Robinson, Beale, Cnrtin Palmer, McCreery, Carroll and others; also to Senators Tburman, Bayard, Randolph, Mc Donald, Kernan and other Senators, and to leading public men in the Northern States, all Republicans and Democrats. The acceptances warrant a full represen tation at New Orleans. Citizens at New Orleans urgently request that a delegation of i rominent gentlemen come there at once to counsel a peace and a fair and honest re turn. You are earnestly requested to be one of ten or fifteen gentlemen, all widely known, to meet at Louisville, the Galt House, oo Saturday evening, proceeding directly south, or if more convenient, meeting at the 8t. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, Monday morn ing. Your prompt acceptance by telegraph le requested. This emergency appeals to your patriot signed. Abram S. Hewitt, Chairman. OBAHT CALLS UP HIS ROTS. Philadelphia, Nov. 10.—In accordance with the request of Governor Kellog, of Louisiana, that prominent men ehould go from tbe Nortb to Inspect the counting of the votes in that State, the President bat Invited the following gentlemen to proceed to New Orleane for aneb purpose : Hon W. D. Kelley, Pennsjlvanla; Gen. J. A. Gar field, Ohio ; Hon. J. A. Kasson, Iowa ; John Schonberg, Pennsylvania; Gen. J.A. Logan, Illinois. It lsunderatood that moat of these gentlemen have accepted and will reach New Orleans within a few days. .. OFF FOB LOUISIANA. Chicago, Nov. 18.—Gen. John M.Corae, a prominent Democrat, left this olty last night for Louisiana. 8 5 8 to ism. By near car man The OREGON. A SMALL MAJORITY. Sax Framoiboo, Nor. 8.—A Portland, Oregon, dispatch aays* tbe returns from Washington Territory Indicate the election of Jacobs, the Republican candidate for delegate to Congress, by about 250 major ity. Full returns from twenty counties in Oregon abow Republican majo lty of 1,208. There remain but three more coun ties to be heard from, two of which will offset each other and tne third will give 60 RepuDltcan majority. Tha accuracy of these returns can be relied on. WAIT ON OREGON A LITTLE. Washington, D. C., Nov. 10.— Senator KgUey telegraphed to-day to hla wife In his pity, that tne result in Oregon la doubt W, with tbe chances in fever of a small )emocrat!c majority He denies having oQ&ceded the State to the Republican*. don Kee, lu for A the tbe kopt latter It baa been suggested tha* Boa* Tweed has stolen the Franklin. I LOUISIANA. ANOTHER LIE NAII.EE. New York,Not. 16.—The Western Union Telegraph Company have received the fol lowing dispatch: " ..null r? Nrw Orlrans, Nov. 10—8.45P.M.—Re port* circulated of flotlng north of heie are untrue. The city and State are perfectly quiet, and bualneaa is proceeding aa usual. 1} . r. ARKANSAS. in doubtful congressman Littlr Rock, Nov. 10.- The election of Congressman In the Third district ta still In Upubt between Cravens *Dd McClure, Re-, publicans. Only the official count can de cide. Company C, 14tb Unlied States In here were to-day ordered j •entry, s'atlonet tp New Orleans. •i NEW HAMPSHIRE. A VERT SMALL MAJORITY. Concord, Nov. 10.—232 towns give Hayes 41,546, Tllden 88,466; scattering 98. The remaining three towns last march gave Cheney (Rep.) 33; Mercy, (Dem) 48. 111!' OHIO. u ilrtl'. ONLY SIX THOUSAND REPUBLICAN MA-n I ' 0RITT - jll nL! .10 4 <|.|0 Columbus, Nov 10.— Gen. Wikoff, chair man of the Republican State Cdmmtttee', ftirnisbe* the following lnformattoa :l The 69 counties of Ohio heard from up touopn to-day abow a Republican loss of 162 on Barnes' majority at tbe October election. The iodieations are that Hayea' majority Will be about 6,000. MASSACHUSETTS. HOW THE BAT STATE WANT. Boston 10th.—The eatire vote,of Mas r husetta with tbe exception of the town Gaanold gibes Hayes 149,205, Tflden San 108,947, Rica 187,982, Adams 106,899, t aker 12,127. Rices plurality 80,493 major y 18,326. . ! FLABHKH OVIK THE CABLE. The conference of Fewer*—England** PrenoMl Unanswered—The threat ened Loek-ent Avoided. j Paris, Nov. 10.—ifoe Count of Chandar^ (■v haa been appointed French delegate to ■ conference of the Powers on tbe East-, pro question. It is expected that tbe con ference will begin Its session in about a fort-' bight. COXSTAXTIHOPLM, NOV. 19 —The PoTte not yet replied to England's conference proposal. London, Nov. 10.—This morning's Post, says: An agreement has been reached be tween the master and operative cotton spin ners of Blackburr, by which the threatened lockout Is averted. Other papers on the same information do not consider the mat ter a* finally arranged, but. regard an agreement aa highly probable. London, Nov. 10.— The weather 1* foggy. Uncertainly About the Franklin. By Associated Press. Washington, Nqv. 19.—A telegram was last night sent by Secretary Robeson lo the Captain of the United States steamer Pow hatten at Norfolk to proceed to sea In search ef the Franklin, which was In consequetice of th* report of tbe bark Norma, which 1 yesterday arrived at New York, thought to be proceeding home in distress. Subsequently, however, the Commandent. at the New York Navy Yard was telegraph - ed to ascertain from tbe Captain of the Norma hi* opinion as to whether it was the Franklin in distress, and as he bad particular reason for believing that the ship he saw was In distress, the orders to the Powhatteu have been revoked, but she is directed to be in readiness to proceed to the assistance of the Franklin if such should prove to be necessary. Naval officers do not believe the ship, the Norma slighted, was the Franklin, and in addition to,that, are not apprehensive of any trouble having happened to her. Killed In a Torchlight Procepslon. By Associated Press. Utica, N. Y., Nov. 10.—The Inquestof tbe coroner's jury in the death of Thomas Me Donough, of Utica, who was struck on the head at tbe Central depot, on the 3d of November, alter participating in a torch - light procession, resumed in a verdict ot death from injuries received at tbe hands of Joseph Hayden, of Rome. Hayden Is st-lll at large. Orders In Regard to Postal Cards. Washington. D. C., Novomber 10.— The PosiofHce Depirtment to-day ordered the further issue of centennial stamped en velopes to be discontinued. This order is In accordance with tbe notice given when they were first Issued at the opening of.the cen tennial exhibition. All that have bee a, so M and remain unused will still be valid. ' 1 ' has no Railroad Accident la HlnonFt. By Associated Press. St. Joseph, Nov. 10 —A western bound passenger train, on the Hannibal and ■ Sain' Joseph Railroad, was thrown from tbe track near Brookfield yesterday morning. Om car was rolled twice and a half over, anil three other* were turned on their aides. One man and an Infant child are supposed to be fatally Injured, and about twenty other pas sengers were hurt, several of them severely. The wounded were all taken to Brookfield' ■ •mi. Heftss's Pardon. Washington, Nov. 10t.h.—There la no record at the Executive Mansion of a don having been Issued for Mr. WfUtam Ylc Kee, now in jail at St. Louis for compllUtv lu the Whiskey frauds. It Is certainthat n.< warrant* for his pardon has yet been signed though hla friends express an absolute eon vlc'ion that bis pardon will be issued on >1 return of the President to this city, 1 not onh for him but for Avery. ar A Free Raaday at tbe Ceatennlal. The department of admission authorizes the announcement'bat on Sunday next th> exhibition grounds will be opened free t> tbe pnbtlc, but that th* buildings will b kopt closed. No pas*** of admission toth - latter will be iaanad.