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OFFICE OP THE CANAL BOARD,
APBIL IT, ISM.
rroMiaU 1H t mil4 at ft Haror'a Oflea, Cltr
tail&al,rorxeftTatlaf twcalf Ixihaaiaad (M,000)abl
Tarda, nor r lata, e( dapotlu fram th waatlatUa
CUt Caaal, mIwmb Tlbar CrMk aad iha Kalra
Braaefa, tha tabtUac to ramoiad to ba ptatad whtr
? Iha Board mar dlract.
Far faribtr taformatloa. apatT at Iha hfaror'l Offlta,
MIClURD WALLiCU, MiT.r,
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Lata Caaal ContnlMloaar,
ap19-aodflt Caaal Board.
PROPOSALS FOR SBWKR.
MatoVi Orrtci, Vaiiivotov. Apr 13, 18M.
KIALID PROPOSALS Will ba raaatf ad bT Iha aadar
1aad oatll lla'aloek u. . oa WBDHBSDAT.taah Ay
of April aast, far tha bnUdtaf of a Tbraa-foot Barral
Bawar, (laalda dlanalar.) Ua walla to ba alaa laebaa la
IhlckatM, laK atnat aarth. rromThlrtMath to Poor
tMalh atraat waai, to aoaaact with Iha Mwar aow balaf
Maatraetad la Fooruaath atraat, la aeaordaaea with tba
act af proTad lj 37, IMA, to havaoaa Kaa.holo wharo
tha Conmlaaleaara ef Iha Baaoad ward taaf dlrMt.
Blddara will atata Iha prtea pat llatal fool for tha
Bawar wMh ahall taaladaailaiaaTtUaaa, ., h.
forthaeoit of tha Maahol. tba lacreaiifiil blddar or
blddara to ba raapoailbla for all damigti doaa t fat
or watar ptpaa, or aaoaad by tha alanaata. aad aay aa
etdaata aaoud la tha aonatraetlaa i-f tha work.
Tha right to daellaa ajf or all propoiala, ahoatd It ba
dMmad for tha latarait of Iha Corporatloa to do to, li
Bpadflcarloaa caa ba imi at tba offlM of Iba Camiala
aloaara of InprOTaataata ararr day balwaaa 10 o'cloak
a. ta. aad 13 in. ; or at aay tlmo by caUlaa; oa tha
CvmutialoBtr of Iha Baeoad Ward.
Itoaa bat practical matbaalctaaad bid
plt-dld Commliiloaar Baaoad Ward.
TpitESII BEEF AND VEGETABLES.
Katt Dcpaktmiit. '
sciKAtr or raorifioia aid clothix.
April IS, IBM
1 ProaoiaU fa
IIALBD pROrOBALB, aadomd ' PropoiaU for Praib
Baaraad Vaaatablea. will ba raealtad at thla Baraaa
villi i g ctocc p. m. , on tn ta amj i i niii, imci. ,
for Iba aapplyof twailyaflTathonaaad ponada of Praih
ttaai aaa iwaaiyava taoaiaaa pooaai or rraaa vtiti-
iteiva, tvt tu nHiinii v. v . y. irt ata
Maa. aa raoolrad Tha Beaf and Vaf tlablaa ront ba of
fooi qaalitr, aad Iha Mat tha narkal affardi, aad tub
artlcla ataal ba olfarad far by tha poaad Tho Baaf to
bo ta aqaal proportloaa, fora aid biad qaartara
Boada, with approTad aacorlly, will ba reqalrad la
oao half tha attlmatM anoaal of tha aoitraat, aad
twaily par mil la addltloa will ba wllhhald fran tha
anonat of aaaa paynaat lo ba roada, aa eollaUral aaea
rlty for tha daa parfarwaaea of tb4 co a tract, which will.
oa ao aooouai, om paia aaui ii laiiy coapuca wiid.
Kiirroottmiat man oa accoupaaiaa or
i-aaraity, alffaad by oaa or mora ripoalbl
idki ) piaaar or niaavra win, ii ! or incir oia d
caplad. aatarlatoaa obllgatloa wlthla Bra dayi, with
food aad aaflelaat auratlcot to faralih tha artlclaa pro
Ifo propasat ctll b eonttilerti nUt$ accompnnUd
by tuch guaranty, and by amfactnrv tvtdtnc lhattht
tlddr ta a rtguiar dtaltr in tltt artieus proptutd, and
ka (Aa Uetni4 rtqvtrtd by fata o Vongrttt,
Tha Dapartncat raaarra tha right to raj act aay pro
poaal not coaaldarad adraaUf aona to tha Oovaranait.
MAYOR'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON,
AraiLlS,lM rropotala for gradlag aid par
ka carriageway of Sixth at ml wait, from tho
aorta aid a of 11 atraat north lo Iha aorta alda of L atraat
aorth, will ba racalrad at ihla offlca aatU 12 o'eloak m.,
UOVUAT. April tha 23J, laataat, with atoaaa al collar to
thoaa aaa4 la parlag T alrrat, tha atoaaa to ba aol orar
algal or laaa tbaa Bralachac la dlamatar.aad aaran
Blddara will atata Iha prtea par contra yard for pit-
lit; aad par cabla yard for gradiogj Iha pavlag to bo
lata ob a oaa oi para grave, aigoi lacnca oeap, aaa loar
laehaaof abaro aaad oa top of tho sravalt iba ttTlar
to ba wall rammed thraa tlmaa with a alaaty-poaaj
ramtnar. aad to ba waal watered bafgra beloK rammed
Ibo laal time, and than co farad with coaraa abarp aaid (
Iba whole to badonalo Iha entire aatlafaetloa of tha
Commlaaloaar of iha Fourth ward, aad tha Aaalataat
Co ran I loner a If o bid will bo received aalaaa tha
party or partlea ara kaowa to ba reapoialbla. Tha
right to reject any or all bid a la reserved
All tba old cobble -al
loaa, flag .foot way a, aad fatter
r of tha Corporation
atoaa to ba tha property of tha Corporation
Commta. loner of tha Foorlh Ward.
CHAS II UTEKUKQLK,
aplS ThStTotd AaaUUnlCoaniUatoaari.
pUOl'OSALS FORMAIL IJAOS.
Pmt Orrica DtrAarmaT. )
WAiaisoToa, D a. April IS, IBM t
BBALKD PBOfOiJALB will ba received at thla Depart
ment noti! nine o'clock, a. m .tba 4tb day of Joieaext.
for fnrnlahlaa' dnrlir tha variad of one Tear, from and
after tha let day of Jalr. IMQ, aath qaaitltlaa of Ihr
idiiowin am a or mid itage aa may irom uni io uma
ba raqalrad and ordered to wilt
JDTI CANVAS MAIL SACKS,
Of alia So. 1, 41 lichee In length aad OS lichee la fir
eamftrenca) of a ta Xo. S,41 Taba la laagth and ii
lichee la circumference, of alia No, 8, S3 lachta la
length and 83 Inchea la atrenmfcrenoe
Tie aacka of alia Ho 1 ara to ba made of cloaely.
Wdvca J ota caaraa, weighing sot lcea tbaa alxteen
onncea to tha yard, of Slf Incnaa a Width 1 tha yarai
of Iha warp to ba each danblad and twitted, and to
yrclf h oaa ounea to aboot fl'ty yardi, aad of tha JlUlng
r Waft. If oof Ilka thoipQf (bo warp, to waif a oaaoaaoa
i aboot alf hl'Bra Tarda.
Tba aacka or alia IVo, Sara to ba made of Jute caa vaa,
walghtog not laaa than alavaa onncea to tha yard, oH
Inchea width tha warp aad weft lo be nearly m above
Tha aacka of alia No 8 ara to ba made of thinner Jute
eaava, weighing ao! laaa than fuor and a half onncea
to iha yard, of lftl loebca width.
Thoaa of alaee No I aad No. 3 ara to ba made with a
tabling or bam at tha tap two lochee wide, npon which
a ButncUnt number of eyelet holee l lean tea to tba
former and algbl to tha latter ara to ba wall wrought,
and lhay ara aah toie provided with a good and aaffl
c teal hemp cord to laea and tin them thoroughly aad
atroagly, Ualaaa leamleef. they ara to ta mada with
two aeamc, aecured aaih with two rowa of aawlig AH
ara to ba marked ln-lde and onUIJa "United tilatea
Wall, M la large and dlaUnct lattara.
Any proposed improvement thai may ba daalrabla la
thaqoalltrof materlalc, wbethat of Jnta, flax, or cot
too, or la iba matter of conatraetloa, will baeonaldared
relatively to price la deciding tba loweet and boat bid
No nroooi.il will ba conaldered if not accomnanlad
with apeclmana ahowlng tba conatroetloa and quality of
matariaia ana woramananipoi aacn ana or ma aacxa
bid for, aad alaoawrtitaa guaranty from tha paraoaa
fropoeed aa aoittlea (wboaa laaponalblllty una! ba ear
Lflmd bT tha no t matter of tba place where they realdel
that they will become reapon tibia oa an O elan t bond far
the doe performance or tha contract la caaa each pro
poaal ba accepted.
Tba aacka contracted for ara lo ba delivered at tha ax
panaa of tha eo a tract or, at Boatoa, New Tork, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, and Waahloftoa,) 0., la inch quia
title and nt each tlmaa aa ma ba erdered.
The eiHtnate't quantity required will probably not
exceed thirty thouaand aacka, leclodlag all alaaai bul
tba 1'oetmaeter Oeneral will reaerve tha right lo order
aad receive mora or laaa than anch quantity, during tha
tarmof Iha contract, aa tha wanta aad lateraataof
( mav ium to hlia to demand.
Tha inu-Umit mnal ba dallvared at thla Deo art meat
oaorbafara tha 4th day of June next, and every one
anbmlltad ahooldbawall aad dlatlnttly markal with
tha number denoting tte alie, and have altacbad to It a
aampio or mo oiom or uatti " loouee ruuarr,
wltlchltlamada, Vac), na caa with aafety and coo
aamplaof tha elotb or aaavaa (ala lochee eqaarc) of
pjit.cn ii la maaa, eotn aa hdwiir aaieir ana eoayp
BiKnca ba'aaad la Iba tervlce will ba paid for at iha
nrlcaa enectned In iba rroDoaala relatlnf thereto.
Adaclalonoa iha bfda will bo mada oa or before tho
Dth day of Jane next, aid the ate pi ad bidder will be
required it enter Into contract, with aufllalanl bond aad
aeenrlty. on or before tha ltt day of July, ltMO
jTaV'Tbapropoaalaahould bo Iraaamlttad la a aenled
anvlopa,andandoraed "Propjtal for Mall Bagt, " and
baaddraaaad lo "Tha Second AeeUlai! roatuatlerOen
oral. Contract Ofllce, Waablagton, DC"
aplcwf w roat matter Uanarat.
DAMS KXI'UESS COMPANY,
III PKNKSTLV.KUiYSaOI, 0PP0S1T1
0 KB AT XASTEUN.
MORTHIRN, WESTBKN, AND 80UTUBRN IXl'UEBB
Ucrchandlie, Money, and Valaablea of all kladi Tor
warded with dlcpalab, to all accettllle aactlona of tha
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DBATTS AND BILLS made
la all Mceaallle parti of tha Ualted Etataa,
0. 0. DUNN, Af ant,
aoli-tf Waablagton, D. Q,
riMIEVilEIUOAN BUREAU OF MINES
4 HQ 61 BEOADWAT, NSW TOEK.
Mlnai, mineral landa and oree examined and re
ported npoo. Competent engineer! fornltbei to Mialag
Conaultatlona afforded oa all mining, metallurgical
and chemical queatloaa at tha offlea of tha bureau,
OEO. D. II. GILUiriE, Praaldeat.
PBAKI PI SAT, SacrtUr, toalMUC
A Y O 0"0 K K 4 CO.,
TOTXisra rturr, .prMiu tbi tuiiokt,
t ami aU al ttmil tftt. ul km hui a fall
npjlf at att
lIVlH-tnitTT TZXAIUIT BOTV,
ouTinoiTu or hmbtisxiu, .,
aa4 ,ay taa klg katl prlM for
QJiSTIEMUTIS'l CBICri ASD VOCCHHf.
BST NATIONAL BANK OF
B. D. Coata, (aTJajCMia A Ca.,)rraril,
W. I. Dvanaarov, Oalar.
uukcul aqikt or Tni nniTiD ttatv.
IAti traiBT, arrMm tbi raiaarar airaaTaiir.
Oavaramaal aMarUl. wltk Traaiarar Dall.4 llatw,
troiii UIU4US P(iiXAiu.-aa
W. bar aal U all .Uara f OOyiRIKIIT ICU.
B1TIU at limit taaraal raUa.
rnnaiia uchaiqi m.j. c.u)U. aa au
thi pEiacipiL emu or tbi dxitid ititu.
Wa ranaaia a.T.ram.al Taaiaara aa Ua MOST
rATORABLI TIRU8, aa4 ,Wa aaairoa m fioin
iccoditi or Bosifliu uta isd tikmj,
aad lo aar etaar aaila.ia aalra.tal ta aa.
JDLL mrOBHlTIOK la wara I. 00TUIHHT
LOIS! at a'J t'm.i ikMrfallf fatalikal
Wat. I aOXTIXaTOV, Cl.kl.r.
w,P...an Un.aTO.laat aiatl'dtr
ITTKNHOUBE, FOWLER & CO.
US Peaneylvaala Avaaue,
Dealera la aOVEBSMENT SKCUBITIES of all de
atrlptlone. GOLD, SILVER, aad UHCUEEIMT MONET bought
COLLECTIONS mada oa all aeeeeetbto polata.
EXCIIANOXoaall parte of Xuropa aold at loweet
STOCKS bought aad aold la New Tork at uinil ratea
Our offlea bal"g la direct tetegraphleommunUatton with
Iha Uold ana Stock Exchange Bourne la New Tork,
proroptneea aad dtepateti la tha axacutloa of ordara mar
Vo ralUtf oa "
Wa have alwaya oa bead for Immediate delivery all
denomlnationa of tba 780 TREAbU&Y NOTES Our
apeclal attention la glTaa to Ihla Loan. aS If
THE NATIONAL DNION INSDBANC1 COMPANT
CHARTERED BT CONGRESS.
RISKS TAKEN AT TBI LOWEST BATES,
LOEIES FROMPTLT PAID.
HO CHARGE FOR POLICIES,
434 Flfleeatb, atraet, nearly oppoalta Rlfge Co 'a
Baa king Donee.
At JOHN n. JOUNSON'S Law Offlea, No. 84 Loalalaaa
avenue, near Bank of Waahlagtoa.
Thla Company la now prtpared to lnaure all daicrlp
tlona of property agalaat loan or damage by Ira oa anon
urua aa cannot fall to ba acceptable to Iha eltlieae of
tha Dlatrlct. la thla Compear yon aaa laaoro yonr
FURNITURE, MERCUAl5l84. VaRIUOUSBB, OB
D WELiainua lor a year or lognw pviivu,
Thla rnmnanv atarta with a CASH GAPJ
Thla Company atarta with a CAS1I CAPITAL of It 00,.
w. nli.,.i,(. ikarabv aaabtlaa then tt offer to thi
000, all paid in, thereby eaabtlag them WoSer to tho
altlieaa of tha Dlatrlct f renter eeeurtly tbaa haa aver
aeaaoneraa nereieiore , . ,.
Pallelea will ba Uiaed fer a eaorter period Una oaa
year, aaoacdlaf to tha Now Toil. Mala for abort laaa
aacf, " siafdroif t
Charlaa Kaap. rtMnl. Xlafcaid Wallua,
n ur ai... tri.. aa-.. ti.-t-i ni
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Oaort a B. Qldaoa.
VOBLID LAlKtl, SMriUTT
irRAlTINa PAPER FOR HALE
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TIM OfflcUI AdT.rtl..m.UfUth BxeeutlT. D.pntlm.nHof th. Oonraninl Publlehad
BATURDAT U0RHINO:tj!::::i:AVRIL 21, IMJ,
SOUTIIEUN TItAIrf Ac.
Tho Baltimore Commercial a few days ago
made some sensible remarks upon tho trade
of that city, and which will apply with cqnal
force to other trading commnnlUes. The
Commercial alleges that the citizens of Bal
timore relied confidently npon getting a
large proportion of the southern trade when
the war was ended, on account of their south
ern sympathies, but that they havo been dis
appointed in this expectation, that even the
Southern Aid Society has failed to bring
southern favors in tho shape of business pat
ronage. Our Baltimore contemporary sayst
"Anil not alono haa Baltlmora baan deluded
with laeh a belief Our city baa iharad It to ft
rraatar or laaa derrea with Norfolk, Charlatton,
Sftraaoab, and mndry otbar placai alonj tha eoMtj
for,wbI1a tba roTolaUooUti of Booth Carolina wara
proclaiming It u ona of thalr chlafaprlDg of
tlon bafora tho eofifliotbecaD,alI know bora that
It hai baan a marTalloai ill malm to oar city In III
movement! to ktap In good ttrma with tho wholo
rrflon tonth of nt.'
Tliis illusion having been dissipated, the
Commercial counsels the merchants and
business men to abandon tho plan of thcJ
Mutual Admiration, Mutual Congratulation
Society, and mako it for the interest of south
ern tradors to stop fn Baltimore, instead of
pushing on to New York and Boston for
As certain as water will run down hill,
men will buy their commodities where the
greatest inducements are held out In the
way of cheap prices and a pleasant sojourn.
Look at Richmond; that city sacrificed every
tiling to the southern cause, and ) et southern
merchants would no more think of making
their heavy purchases there, when they can
buy cheaper in northern cities, than they
would of biting off their own noses. People
will buy where they get tho cheapest and
best, and Richmond may die, so far as Dixie
is concerned, unless Richmond can mark
down goods to New York prices.
In our own city tho law of trado Is violated
by merchants and lousiness men to their self
Injury. Kven In retail trade a person can
bay in Baltimore a smull bill of goods enough
lower to "mako it an object" to make the
trip to that city. Not a day posses but some
yonng men are going oer to Baltimore to
purchase a suit of clothes, saving money
enough by the operation to pay expenses and
have a good time. This ought not to be so ;
it is tho resnlt of an old-fogy, cfleto policy,
unworthy of enlightened business men.
dicourugcmciit or KnterprIo tu
Tho spirit of enterprise manifested In Vir
ginia under the new regime Is aptly illus
trated by tho experience of a showman who
has just returned from an "exhibition in
Alexandria. In addition to the United (States
license for a gift show, vhich costs $10, a
United States license for juggling, which
costs $20, a United States tat of two and a
half per cent, upon the gross receipts and
tho general income, tax, ho was compelled to
pay to tho corporation of Alexandria $5 per
night, and to tho State of Virginia $2 50 per
nigh Tor city and Stato licenses, with the
trilling addition of the cents per head for all
who should purchaso tickets. Of course tho
class of bJiows which get only moderato rt
ceipts, and lcavo a large portion of tho same
with the hotel-keepers and tradesmen of the
tonn. will bo kept away entirely, and Vir
ginia will enjoy the circus and other grand
shows, which sweep money out of the State
by tho bushel
Another brilliant Bpiclmcn of Virginia
policy is tho prohibitory tax imposed by the
legislature upon the ojster trade. By it any
person who shall take outers from any of the
creeks or inlets of the State without permis
sion of the owner, shall bo confined in the
penitentiary for not less than three normoro
than the years. I'ersons planting ojaters
for the purpose of Bale, shall pay a tax of two
per cent, upon the gross sales for the year
ending February 1st; penalty, a lino not less
than 3100 nor more than $500. Ecry per
son catching oysters must obtain a licence,
for which he shall pay four dollars; penalty,
a fine not less than 3100 nor more than
$500. Every captain or officer of a vessel
carrying oysters from Virginia must obtain
a UcenBC, for which ho shall pay a tax of three
dollars per ton for every ton said vessel may
measure; penalty, a fine of not less than
$500 nor more than $2,000 for each otTence.
The Inspector has power to attach the ussel
In case of a refusal tu obtain a license.
I will bo obscnedthat If a steamer of one
thousand tons, for Instance, carries so few
ecn as one bushel of oj stern, tho captain
must get a license, for which ho shall pay tho
sum of $3,000.
Tho result of this is, that Virginia oysters
aro allowed to rest quietly in their beds, and
that oysters for tho market and for planting
aro procured in Man land waten-, which will
furnish a supply for ears to come. Mean
while, Virginia will lone the advantages of
trade with ojster vessels, which has been of
great benefit to tho people that mo on her
Tho Virginia legislature evident! thought
tho Northerners would sweep down upon their
State and fatten upon its spoil, and lhere
fore they did what thoy could to shut it up
liko an ojster, and compel it to live like u
lubcrnating animal, by Bucking its own cluws.
There Is a mountain of fino rock salt on
tba Colorado rlrnr la Arlionn, lying In cuhoi of all
Iiei, and ao pura you would navar dream of It
being inlt If you did not put It to your tongue, It
utra reiemblei broken thuoki of tho flnaat pinto
glut. There li no( a parftcle of foreign matter In
It, and there fi a nough of the article to mppl tha
population Iflr ecnmries.
Tub Charleston South Caioliman chroni
oUs ft new phenomenon in that city, namely, a do
ma&d on tba part of tba blaoki for higher wtgea,
Th eolo"d ,t,T,dor" !" UDwlUlDg t0 work un'
Ita-ftM two Wlm a dy.
CITY, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING.
lon.Xojiotl nncl Boiemor.
A western paper nominates General But
ler for tha Preildeney.
Tub steamer .Jamaica, loaded with cotton,
Ii aihora at Abieoom Beach,
Tub Missouri Pacific railroad Is doing an
lameoiebuilnofi In freight and pamngen.
Tnc passport system has been abolished at
Reports from alt parts of Indiana indicate
a Tory poor crop of wheat.
Thrxk more persons died In San Francisco
from tba tfieetf of tba nltro-glyeari&c axptoalonf
making In alt nineteen deathi.
It is the ambition of Garrulous Davis to
make a epeech long enough to reaeh down to poa
terlty. The Mayo estate, known as Powhatan,
near Richmond, Va., has been aold to a New Eog-
lander for $30,000.
Cotton and woollen factories are to be cs
tabllibtd In Bienville and Claiborne ooantiei,Louli
Tih.uk is a strike among the coal miners
at Cumberland, Maryland, and boilnau at that
plaea la enipandad.
A colored witness was brought into the
Etata oonrt at Annapolla, Md ,on Wedaaiday, nndar
tba Civil Illgbtf bill.
It is said that In Manchester, England, and
Iti euburbi, thtre ara orer 60,000 child ran who re
ceive no Instruction whatever.
The heirs of tho revolutionary General
Koicluilco have loot ft salt for ill hundred acret of
land iituated near White Sulphur Spring', Ohio,
Amcx. Pendf.rt, who went to Cincinnati in
1805, whoa tt wai a little village of lateral hun
dred Inhabitant!, dltd lately.
Dana talks of tho. weakness of the Presi
dent. Tba appointment of Dana aa Collector Ii
not ona of Mr. Johnion'i waaknoeaei.
Tno New York Citizen nominates Chief
Juitlco Chaie for Pre i Id ant, with Major Uaneral
Tarry for Vice Freild-nt.
The South Carolina leader nominates as
candidal for Prtildent Oeneral Grant, for Vioa
President Judge Kelley
Av attempt was recently made to burn
the Stato prlion at Concord, Now Hampihlro, It ii
thought with tba object of liberating tbo prli
onen. Uxur Denkisoy, Cincinnati, has been laid
out ai a Tillage. Many of the Government build
ing! remain it an ding, and will bo converted Into
It Is stated that Mr. Charles F. Browne
(Artemue Ward) haa received an offer of $20,000 lo
gold, and nil extraordinary eiponaei, Tor a lectur
ing tour la England of ais monlhi.
An Irascible gentleman lately fought a
duel with hli Intimate friend becauaa ba jocoiely
asaerted that ha waa born without a ablit to hla
AorMTA Pattj recently sung a cavitina
from "II Ilarblere do Bevlgllo," at ltoiilnl'i, whan
tha venerable mantro naked by whom It wai
written. Ua did not know bli own eompoaltlon.
Mr. Joe Jeftkrsoy leaves London next
weak, after playing Itip Van Winkle there nearly
two hundred tlmaa. Ua will apand tha summer in
engagement! at the provincial EogUih theatres
The fears of an inundation at New Or
leans continue Tbo lerea commissioners have
dona nothlog They report tbo Chlnn crevasse to
be 0,000 feat wide, and Increasing ninety feat
dally, and tbo whole country Ii flooded. There Is
much feeling against tba commissioners.
The Newman (Oa.) Herald publishes on
application to tho County Ordinary for letters ol
administration by ft adored wan on the aetata of a
deceased friend. This Is too first instance or tno
kind under the law paued by the lost Georgia
The Lowell Cvurier says that all the
liquor sellers In that city have closed their bars,
and those who are posted say It Is almost Impossi
ble to get anything In the shape of beer, ale, or
stronger drinks, for "love or money'
The St. Albans (Vermont) Messenger of
Tuesday says "Prices of butter are a little easier
than they ware last week, and we think the ten
denoy Is downward The prevailing price pat 1 to
day was 53 cents. Tbo very best brought S3."
Mr. Choate, of Cincinnati, and Mr. Fraw-
ley, of Cleveland, are to play another .match game
of billiards at tha latter place on the 17th of next
month for the cue of tba champion amp of Ohio,
wlii oh was won by Frawley from Choate. The
takes are $500 aside.
Mrs. Elliott, widow of the late Henry
Elliott, of Nortbford, Ct , on Saturday last set lire
to ft quantity of leaves, Ao , which she had raked
together. The Barnes reaching her clothing, she
wai burned to death quickly She was ft wealthy
person, and advanced In years.
Sprinofii ld, Massachusetts, desires a brief
biographical record of tha soldiers who wrnt from
that city to the war. The city clerk, tbcrff r, sent
out circular!, and received from one lico a reply
cover! og fifty four pages, with a poiticrl. t express
Ing willingness to be mora eipllclt If necessary
A Porti and company opcrutinj; at Ells
worth, Maine, put up fire thouiandlobstcrs a day.
Those delivered at the factory are worth thro
cents a piece. Lobster flihrrueo, remote from the
factory, deliver their fih To the "smack" In lh
employ of the company, and recel.o therefor about
two and a half cents ft piece.
A rftIrvfd New Hampshire soldier, who
had been sent to the State prison two years for
stealing a turkey, has beon pardoned by Governor
bmythe, who took Into consideration tbo tempta
tions In that dlreotlon to which he bad beeo sub
jected whllo In the army 9
A story is told of Hod Anms, celebrated
fur bis share In the famous bond robbery Whllo
In charge of an officer, on the way to Newburyport,
the can stopped at Beverly, Mas The officer got
out of the cars, and had proceeded a short distance,
when Hod atso alighted and gave chose to tbo offi
cer, fearlog he might give bitn the slip
A man fioin Mil ford, Massachusetts, named
Parrisb, while working at Hartford, Connecticut,
recently fell In lovo with a girl, and became Insane
because her parents would not let him solicit bar
band He went to MilforJ, nearly killed his father
and mother, and Had to the woods. Tbo inhabit'
ants turned out and hunted hltn doarn, and, h, is
now la the Its trout of Hartford
The Cleveland (Ohio) Hegttfer Bas: "A
gentleman of this city Is the happy possessor of a
bright Utile daughter six months old When the
child was bora tba head was entirely devoid of hair,
except that portion of the head which, with ladies,
Is covered by the waterfall, and this portion was
covered with a thick growth of jet blaik hair, three
Inches long, and precisely la tbi ihapo of the molt
approved 'wtttutuY '
APRi7i 21, 1800.
In thla Paper bjr Authority ef Tllta PREIIOKHT.
Imperial Despot I am How tha Cora mere 11
Intereata ara Treated under Me-xlnalilaa..
From taa Bow Tork Hareld, ir-rll 10
OUR VERA CRUZ CORRESrOXDEXCK.
Vaa a Cans, April fl,lfts.
I-or. bo mo time a Question of treat im
portance has been pending between the com
raercial houses of this city engaged in tho
foreign trado and tho Imperial Govern
ment By Maximilian's decree of February
10th ultimo, an additional duty of 30 per
cent, was added to tho tariff then in force.
The merchants of the nort claimed, and
with reason, that this could not annlv to
merchandise in store which had been im
ported months, and some of it 'even ears,
beforo the publication of this decree; Unit tho
very laci mat such merchandise was on nana
and had been kept ao lone was a proof that
it was in but little demand, and would prob-
aoiy nave io do so hi ai a loss, ana tnat now
to force It to pay an additional duty, not
contemplated or known at the time of its im
portation, would be to Jnvolvo in ruin many
of the merchants, and to expose them to
losses as unjust as injurious. It was also
urged ttiavsuch a measure Was In violation
of tho organic law of the empire, which estab
lished the principles that no law ever should
have retroactive force.
1 or these reasons the question has been a
verv .rraTO one between tho commercial
honses and M, llollan, (a French subject,)
tno director oi mo uustom jiouses oi me
Gulf. lint Maximilian, at the petition of the
latter, and overriding the express provisions
oi me organic law, nas oruerea not oniy mat
the merchants must pay this additional duty
upon their cITccts now on hand and previ
ouhly Imported, but that if they do not de
liver a lull a'ceountof all merchandise on
hand within tho term of three dajs, they
shall be obliged to pay sixty per cent, addi
tional duty in place of tho thirty per cent.
ursi uxen u) me uecrec oi inc zutu or icb-
raary. It therefore follows that not only are
ri'iiuirvmi'iiifi i'SLuu..M.ru mat arc cui.in.ry
to all tho principles of justice recognized
throughout the world, bnt suddenly and on
the moment there, are established, and even
in cases of doubtful interpretation, now sys
tems of penalties under an arbitrary legisla
tion heretofore unknown. Th,cse are entirely
new occurrences for this country, and have
caused a profound sensation throughout the
The tariff has been suddenly raised or
lowered before, and merchants have been
exposed sometimes to serious losses and at
other times have gained upon their Blocks on
hand ; but they have never before been ex
posed, in addition, to ret roacth e law s and the
i.i.jui.i.u.. ui jirniiuv us nuw aim unriuin-
.led as they are arbitrary nnd unjust. What,
lowcver, makes this case more remarkable is
that It Is a matter of public notoriety that
both tho Minister of France and Maximilian
recognize and admit the justice of tho post
tion taken by tho commercial houses of this,
tho principal port of tho country, and pro
nounce tho measure an iniquitous one ; bnt
their fear of Napoleon is so great that they
are unwilling to act contrary to any measure
.IopMimI nnrm hv M. Tjinirlftia. tho finanrial
ogtnt sent bore by Napoleon, and who pro
eeeded us though he were directing a dep trt
mentln France. '1 he principle, however, that
una acti-'u uaa vsuiuiibiHu us u ihqsi uunger
ous one, uml ha thrown commercial affairs
lieio Into the greatest uncertainty. No mer
chant knows now what to calculate upon or
what to expect, and the belief Is that this
measure Is only tho beginning of a course of
simiiur exactions uesigneu to meet the extra
ordinary necessities caused by the pecuniary
embarrassments of Maxumhan's govern
ment. Tho ordhnry revenue from till sources is
not sudlcient to meet even half the present
expenditures, una mo tear h tnat, as a mat.
ter of necessity, resort will bt had to every
possible-means of extorting ftindi wherevtr
they can bo found. As tho only class that
has availnhle means it tho commercial com-
m unity, ft follows that upon this class theso
exactions arc likely almost exclusivity to
fall. How it will bo possible to continue im
portations under these circumstances it is
not'easy to see.
Tho Knghtih minister, it is said, has already
interfered in tho nutter; but thero is little
hope of anything being done so long as the
pecuniary necessitus of tbo situation aro so
great and the rnnih inntmuo to treat this
count rj as the bpaniards did as a place to
take dollars f rum, and at the cost of any sacri
fice of its present commerce or future in
terests. Mill ItiRlitN In C.corgln.
Tho following is an extract from tho
charge of Judge Hiram Warner to tho
grand Jury of tho Superior Court, now in
session at Atlanta, Georgia:
' (jpntli.ui-m 'I ho status or tho black man,
under the present circumstances, has been
fixed b) the Legislature of tho State. Hi
civil rights are tlio saino before the courts as
the white man's the right to sue and bo
hiied, hold, possess, und own property, and
give eviikmc in nil cases, cither when a
white man or a UUck man is beforo tho
court, on the civil or criminal side of the
court. And I charge jou that, if a black
man's testimony becomes necessary to elu
cidate any matter before jou to-day, jnu
shall have tho process of the court to corapil
his attendant n as u witness. Ami I further
Frtj, that this couit will ctrno all its
powers to enforco nil the civil rights of the
Mack man in nil and every particular. In
fact evcrv SMiitmlhv ofuur nature is urou&ed
to protect the him k man trout the fraud of
itio.se who would iuko advantage oi ms igno
rance. Juls court will see tu it that tliu
claes nf our citizcus huvu all their tights pro
What nit. oith iur I.o.vr. Matthew V
Maury, vx-tlucttor of the National Olmna
torj ut Washington, ex-rchtl, and present
colonizer In Mexico. I now In Pans, cntraced
in petitioning the rebel n) input. iucr m Kng
lanu ami i ranee i or me reuci oi ticMiiuut
Southerners. He lias written. i ihrccM oluiim.
letter, in which ho estimates the lots of tho
Suuthliv tho war nt fti.lH)0. illnMUM. Im-vrn
thousand million of ilolbi J In this ho in
cludes the vajUQ ol u.u slaves, war i muses,
destruction of private' propert) and ltileral
taxation 'Ibis is ne.ulj l.iiUU upie.e iur
every white person at tho houtli. Mii.ry
estimates the white; population ut has Hun
ATamiiv orSnrs IVrsonb Hbovvntp.
We learn from tho Lansing (lovvu) Journal
that a few day ago a family residing on Hear
Creek, on the low a rlv cr, named Me Lauphlm,
consisting of father, mother and fivo children,
were drowned while escaping from a Hood
which had surroundeil their house while they
w ere asleep. I u muking their escape through
the durkntss from the threatening dangei the
cart In which thev weio beinir couveed
away fell into the water which filled a depres
sum oi gruuna, ana u pcruiut.u.
An Anifrirnn Nfinndron Ordered lo
sun votini or Jialne xiie veiseu
to ItciidCBVouii at East port.
The United States naval squadron ordered
on duty on the- British North American
coast has been finally detailed, and will con
sist of seven vessels, carrying fifty-five guns.
In addition to these there will be a reserve
force consisting of several vessels now fitting
out at the IJrooklyn Navy Yard, and the
summer practice squadron of the Naval
The seven vessels composing the fiyinir
squadron are now ready for service, and will
rendezvous at Kastport, Me., during the next
week. They will remain in that vicinity until
the 1'cnfan excitement subsides, when they
will visit various points on the coast of Can-
aaa tor xne protection oi American usuer
men. This squadron is generally supposed
to be but a temporary a flair, as some of the
cssels ordered to it have been fitted out for
service In other waters.
The new iron donble-ender Ashuclot is in
tended for the Mediterranean, and the gun
boats Don and De Soto were ordered to the
West Indies some time since. These three
vessels will probably be relieved as soon as
others can be, got in readiness to fill their
The following Is a correct list of the flvtnc
t tut it uun Tvnnact. Vitus.
Total A ,. OS
What Earland Tblnka.
Tho tpnpcr in which the neighbors of
Prussia ami Austria have looked upu the
menaces and preparations of those two Pow
ers can hardly bo flattering to cither of thcin
It has been a mixture of tnrprisc,increduUtv,
pity, and indignation. There are certain
aiaieswnicn luo worm can imagine ura wing
tho sword against those they dispute with.
Nations that hav e al wa) s confessed to a policy
of ambition, that have a frontier to gain or
a maritime position to attain to, are set down
by politicians as among the agirrcssivc Pow
ers of the world, and when they threaten
we seo no great incongruity in then conduct,
however much we may reprobate it or desire
to oppose them. Uttt neither Prussia nor
Austria rani among these. They havo al
waya in our time been conservative; they
have professed to be content with their
present territories and their present influ
ence and to set mankind the examplo of re
spect for legitimate rights and the positive
enactments of treaties. IT they were to
threaten foreign foes, it would bo sufficient
strange to their policy and traditions, but
that they should attack each other, weaken
themselves with respect to foreign Powers,
and oterthrow the v hole fahric tjfthe feder
al authority, i$ so monstrout, that wo can
hardly believe ft to bo posiMc, and feel a
kind of anger at their pre tend mg it. On the
other hand, there is no greaier error than to
deem war impossible because the parties
have much to lose by it. Strong passions
will always overcome great Interests. Con
R.dcratimis of nationality, alliance, trado,
bvcrone services, have been over and over
aain set aside by enraged communities. For
mo last monut ine tiovernmems nirrussia
und Austria have been pursuing a course
w Inch could only end In a rupture. Tho nmbi
tioiiH dexigns of the one hive so much pro
voked the other.mcnacc has been so readilj
met by menace, and preparation has so
closely followed preparation, that were It not
for the remonstrances of other nations the
blow might at any moment be struck. Hap
pily.theneighborsof Hiotwowouhl-be bellig
erents have not underrated the danger,and alj
that can be done to restrain them has been
done. It may be c en now tint these efforts
will be unsuccessful, but the probabilities ure
in favor of peace. If tho opponents can be
induced to pause, if Prussia especially can
be led to seo that the designs of her Mints
Ur are not only contrary to just tee hut offen
sive to the chief State of Europe, the storm
mat pass meat. 'Ihc present moment is
certainly critical; but by the nte of due
efforts tLo danger, may be averted. Isondon
Times, Aprtt t.
Tho trichint question has received some
prominence in Chicago recently. A com
mittee of physicians was appointed, some
tlmo 6ince, to report whether tho trichina?
existed m western pork. They havo exam
ined portions of the muscles of 1,394 hogs
In the packing-houses and butt her-s hops of
Chicago, and found trichiiuu in twenty-eight
of tho number, showing that of tho hogs
brought to the Chicago market, one in fiftj
is u fleeted with tnchiniasis in somo degree.
Tho conimitleo observe t
"We must cvfes our Purpose at arriving
at this H-M.lt, which iudieutes, with little
e'oubt, tho startling fact that tnthiniasis fn
pork U even more tommonin this country
than in Germany, w hero it caused so muen
suffering and death. Tor instance, in the
city of Brunswick, where upmost careful in
spection of 19.1 IT hogs was made m the
j ear IBGl-.V onl two were found to con
tain tnchiiuo in their must les, the proportion
being ouo to 1(1,000 against one to lift), as
beforo stated, in our wouutry. The compar
ative immunity from diseuso whuh our own
fieuplo have ti.Jc)cd undoubtcdl) rimilts
rout our habit ol tookiujr. meat before eat
ing it, while in Germany it h eaten raw b)
the poorer chores, on account of tho hie'li
prhe of fuel "
Tin- WtM' vf Hahkah Corpis .., (.-rfrv-ooj's
Dccisini Jieiersed. Tho Wash
ington correspondent ol tho New York
'I he Attorney General on Tuesdiy mule
hU report to the PresnUnt in the hnbrttt
corpus case decided hj Judge Underwood,
at Alexandria, Va , on the 1 1th Instant, und
which was referred to Mr. tpeed fur his opin
ion It will bo recollected that Judge Un
derwood doiided thut tho late peace protlu
Hiutiun did not pretend to levuke tho pre
vious pruelunutlion of President Lincoln
(unending luce rluiiuates theuritofW.uktds
cniAiu in the Mates lattly in insurrection,
.mil upon this view of the law Judge Uneler
wood refused to grant the pravcr ut tho pe
titioner Upon the facts tho Altoinej Gen
eral tonus to a different t onclucion from
that arrivid ut by Judgo Underwood, and
recommends that an order bo made foi tho
release of tho prisoner Upon this recom
mendation the President directed that on
order be issued for the duchargo of the pris
It is scarcely necessary to add that wher
ever the rebellion is declared to have ceased,
there the writ of habeas corpus is no longer
suspended, and wherever the civil law has i
resumed its authority the military power
will not be exercised except to aid the iil
authorities in executing decrees, and for the
latter purpose only is the military arm re-1
taincd in tho States lately in rebellion, i
DeSoto (flaf-ahtp)., S l,Wu Side-wheat.
Uiaatoaamab A 1,A64 Iroaclad
Kb am rock ., 10 074 Pooble-aader
labaelol 10 1,0.10 Doabla-aadar (Iroa.)
Aagaeta U 1310 Hd a-wheel.
Wi.,oo.kl lo 974 Poobla-aader.
Dub S 300 Beraw.
TBI HaTIOVlt BIFTOUCAS
t. paair.nao' a.arj u.ralaf (SaaJaf a aiMpUa) Vr W.
J.llo.tl.a Co., to. all Vlata atrMi,aaa la faral.aa.
ta iab.eflb.ra (by aarl.r.) at U aaata Bar aiaatb.
Mali .abMrla.ra, M.00 par aaaaa) t (a Ut rlz
naatha aaa 9X00 hi Ibra. m.atba, faanHdaf, fn ad
m JlT. ata .a. raar, a)3& OQL
Ha,1 .optH, 8 aaata. -"-
TBI WIIKtTSATIOirAL KlTDBllCiH
la pabl!ib4 iTirf rriaaj nafalaf I Oaa pj aaa ft ar,
tl00 Tbraa aplaa aaa J.ar, IA.0QJ Ta. aaplaa aa.
A f.arfal wbUpar eomal from Iha But,
Of a raglrif monitar, taunt and jrlm,
Makleg of nan a Tamplr. f.aat,
Iliabait and lowtit, ir.at.it and l.ait
And ail ba flnija u. food for blm'.
And .Tar waitward b. bold, bla rva 7.
Marching with alow and lnildlooa traad;
lTla Tl.tlmi atrnnl. and waap and pray,
And naogbt oaa bla larrlbla bangar atay,
Till hla path la (rawn with a thoaaand daadl
Sqnalor b. lorf, and fllth and .Haaa
What lhall wa do to ar.rt bla wratht
Can wa not parg. oar elty In tlm.,
With charcoal, watar, and aprlnklad Uma,
And laara no pUoa for bla bldaoaa path?
Or, will oar ralara no danjcr know, a
Till at our door King Cholara bait.
Whlla d.ad-earta bithar and thltbar go,
And tha thlok air ahnddar with erlai or wo..
And arory whara gap. th. burial raolti'
TaVa head of th. warning now taka baad,
Whlla still than ta tlm. nr bouaa to aara!
For ar.rywhara rlpcna tha polionoaa aead
Oa which King Cholara Iotoi to had,
Tbat oar city might b. bat a mighty grara,
Claaoia, 0 Father, ibaaa gattara and altas,
Fastartngkannala and flltby llama,
Itaaklng aadar tha dog-day aklai;
For, If thalr atanrh lhall itlll ariaa
What lhall wa d. whan King Cholara eomai?
tf or tha ITatl.aal Bapahlliaa '
Ohio Will (laud Or Her putf.raa.
The lenal nnd subsidurd nrcu of Ohio.
with those Tfho control their contributions,
are lavish In their abuse of (Jot. Cox. because
ho stands by the reconstruction policy of
1 regmeni uonnson; uecausc me uovernona
truo to tlio platform upon which he was nom
inated ; ana in Us acceptance of tlio nomi
nation by the Stale convention he pledged
himself to the people of Ohio to carry it out
in good faith ; and the people in electing hint
approved of the platform, one resolution of
vihiih reads thus:
" Riiolvtd. That Preald.nt Andrew Johnaoo, by
hli unwaTerfng devotion to the Union throogh
yean of aerereet trial, baa won our highest confi
dence 1 tbat wa cbaerlally Indorie tha policy of bla
Admiolitratlon looking to tha restoration of peao.
and civil order In tha so-callej secede. States, and
that aa Union men of Ohio wa will give him oar
hearty and undivided support."
(j'en. J. D. Cox was nominated in 1865 by
the Stato convention vh!ch passed tho abovo
resolution; ho accepted the nomination,
pledged himself to stand by it, and nobly has
ho sustained it. The people who voted for
him oted to sustain the sentiments therein
contained. Has the President or has Gov.
Cox departed from the policy therein con
tained 1 Where, then, the lust cause of tho
abuse of cither T Nowhere but in the rotten
ness of the apostatra, prostitutes who labor
to drair better men down to a level with their
own corrupt hearts. Ohio.
Tb. Choler. on th. Virginia
Tho following particulars havo been ob
tained respecting the cholera on board tha
steamer Virginia :
The irgmla sailed from Liverpool on tho
4th instant. The German passengers had.it
is saiu, occn at tbat port only a aay or two
previous to their embarkation and departure!
und thero was no sickness that was noticed
among them. At Quecnstown, Ireland, moro
passengers wcro retched, making tho wholo
It did not appear that there was cholera on
board until tho 12th instant, when the vessel
nas eight davs out from Lherjiool. On that
day u man wno had had diarrha a suddenly
grew norse, and died. When the man died
the ship's surgeon doubted whether the dis
ease was cholera ; but on the same day two
other passengers were attacked.
Afterward the epidemic extended, and on
the passage the number of tho sick was ocr
one nundred. Tho cholera broke out on tho
Virginia in about the same place on tho
ocean at which the passengers of tho steam
ship Kngland were attacked.
At prcmnt there aro 21 or 22 of the stecix
age passengers prostrated with cholera
Kim en of them aro doubtful oases, and thrco
or four of theso aro in a state of collapse.
Nearly ull the other passengers are reported
convalescent, though there aro indications
that moro of tho passengers will bo attacked.
'1 here is no panic on the Virginia, and uo
fear whatever is manifested. The steerage
passemrers aro rmito cheerful, and it is not
expected that many more of them will die.
Tho sick passengers of tho Virginia wilt
iro givtn quarters on mo uaspiuu suip ruiiuu,
which Is at lied Hook. She will go down to
quarantine. One or two hulks mil be sent
to quarantine for tho accommodation of con-
Tiik Washicit U1IR0MCI.K. The Wash
ington Chronicle not only distents from tho
policy of the President, nut is coarso and
indicthom its personal abuse of him. For
this, or some other equally sullicient reason,
tho Sccretury of Stato discontinued sending
the Cliionicff to our Consular agents in for
c ign countries. For lm mg made this order,
the Secretary has been subjected to the most
hitter abuso in the columns of that journal.
To indicato his appro al of this abuso of the
President and Secretary, Mr. Stevens moved
a resolution in tho Houso ofllcpreseutatiies,
yesterday, that, notwithstanding tho order of
the Secretary of State, tho Chronicle should
be sent to our Consular agents, and be puid
for out of the Contingent Fund ofthe House;
but the House refused to consider tho rcso-.
Utiou. Albany Kimimi Jnurmil.
RnviMir. Tho lurl of Aberdeen, a peer
of (ireut llntuin, bus recently succeeded tn
hU title und estates, und 13 now traveling for
plea'ure For an aristocrat, ho seeks plea
Hire in 11 curious wuy. Ho recently shipped
as 11 sailor beforo tho mast on tho ship Po
mnnt. nnd, his title being unknown to any
1 nv on bemrd, he served us a sailor during a
Nojngo of sixty dajs to St. John, New
liruiiswlck. His friends at that place, who
hud been informed of his arrival, were aston
ished to find him 011 tho forecastle, dit idmg
his clothes mid money among his brother
sailors. Tills )oung sprig of nobility secnw
to havo an Irresistiblo loio ofadunture,
and a few ears ago caino to this lounlry
and h1bon.1l incognito as u backnood-r' lum
berman, A short time since a 5 oung man, a minor,
while a pnsacnger on board one of tho Mobile,
and New Orleans Bteaiueis, c ngnged in curd
nnd lost, to a prurcsslonul gamblir, a consul
c ruble sum or muni'). I"" property or hU
mother Suit nu" brought ugamst the cap.
tain of the bout, 111 the U. 8 HUtrlct Court
ni Mninln. to reenter the monev. and Judim
Iluslicd, n I10 tried the cuse, decided that the.
c upturn tt us liable for tho amount. The case
is to be curried to the U. S. Circuit Court.
IIeatii or a YorNO Mfrcuam.. Mr.Charloa
i: Hi c be, son of James M. llccbe, of thta
eltj, died at Nice on tho 31st of March, at
tho ago of 27. He has been in ill health for
somo time, and was abroad in tho hope of
improvement. Boston Journal,
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