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W. J.MURTAOII t C0raBL13HER3.
a P. UANSCOM, EDITOR.
TUESDAY MOIWIKOi it i ! MARCH 1, 1847.
HI LI., NO. 3.
Tho Fortieth Congress has given birth to
another reconstruction bill. It li Intended
as a sort of " poor man's plaster" to tho pro
duction of the Thirty-Ninth Oongrcu. Either
would bo considered a flrit-clats ulsso in
Russia. Taken together, tho reconstruction
legislation of tho tiro Congresses neither de
monstrates a very clear knowledge of political
economy or of comprehensive statesman
ship ; nor docs it partako of that wholesome
common senso which animates and char
acttrizes all tho people of tho United States
toward the oppressed of every race. Let
our charity begin at home.
Wall's Opera HomeThe 'Worrell
Largo and enthusiastic audiences arc as
sembled nightly to witness the pleasing per
formance! of tho Worrell Sisters. There Is
nothing of tho stagey, sensational character
about them, but a c banning vivacity and
natural humor gives zest to their acting,
singing and dancing Whllo it requires
much of experience in tho arts of tho stage,
technically called "stago business," to enable
tho actors who support them to play their
parti smoothly, they seem to bo acting like
children of nature, simply playing, tinging
and dancing for their own amusement. Take
Miss Jesuit's clog dancing, the most finished
performance; of tho kind CTcr witnessed, and
she dances with a natural avidity aa well aa
grace nhich gives tho auditor an impression
that tho it doing it because tho enjoyt the
exercise and is unconscious almost that any
one Is looking at her. The audience catch
tho hearty humor which animates her move
ment!, the contagion spreads, and storms of
applause recall her to the front to repeat
every one of thoso delightful measures the
has emphasized with thoso wooden shoes the
wears on her marvellous attic rect. And to
with Miss Jo vie' s tinging, and likewise Miss
SorniE's. Thcro is a charming naueie In all
Tho principal play last night wat the
"Elvct j or, Tho Statuo Bride," in which the
vcrtatilo powers of tho entire troupe have
full scope Their rich dresses and beautiful
and expressive faces, their fine singing and
fairy-liko dancing, aro each and all displayed
in the shifting scenes, and tho attention of
tho spectators is never diverted from tnem
while they aro on the stage, this pieco will
be repeated to-night, together with the fairy
burlesque or " Cinderella, in wnicn me
Worrell Sisters and Mr. Dossrixv won to
much applause on tho first two nlghtt of
Exccntlto Sennloa Ycstcrdoj.
In executive sctsion of tho Senate, yester
day, the following nominations were acted
upon, at follows :
J. K.owltok, to bo Surveyor of tho Tort
Oso. B. roxD, to bo Consul at Para
Oen. Wood, to be Postmaster at Brooklyn,
W. W. Lavder, for Postmaster of Salcra,
NOT ACTFD CFOV.
Oen. Bahtlftt, to bo Minister to Stock
Oen. biun ai, to be Minister to Bogota.
Quito a number of consuls and postmas
ters were confirmed, but about as many
were rejected as wero confirmed.
Air. Ilurnctt set Jletierott Hall.
Air. BciuiEtt, tho great humorist, who, as
on oratorical wit and mimic, stands unri-
ailed, It giving a tcrict of entertainments at
Mctzerott HalC which will servo to beguile
tho most care ttricken mortal into good hu
mor. Wo have not the slightest doubt that
Buhistt could awaken laughter even in a
candidato who had been rejected by the
IjiroRTAVi Decision A case was recently
tried in Worcester, Mass , and a verdict of
8110 given for tho plaintiff, who sued the
City Marshal for djmages for detaining him
as n party accused of crime without a war
rant lhe law as laid down by tho court in
substance requires that when a party is ar
rested on suspicion without a warrant (ex
cept in cases where new lads exonerate the
nartv from tuspicion) a complaint must be
mado beforo n magistrate as soon as possi
ble, or the officer responsible for the arrest
is liable to bo assessed In damages lor an
Ir is announced that an English manufac
turer has Invented a ;ncw arrangement of
watch movements, by which tho full-sized
balance wheel of tho English whole-plated
watch can bo carried In tho thin, flat style
ofcasosomuch preferred for convenience
Heretofore this stjlo of caso has been to
some extent incompatible with perfection of
structure and durability.
'I up rnslish Newspaper Press Directory"
eajs there aro now published in tho United
Kingdom 1,291 newspapers, distributed as
follows. England London, 211, provincial,
721, total, JC5 Wales, 49, bcotland, 138,
Ireland, 12f, British Isles, 1 1 Of tho c there
oto 05 daily papers published in hngland, 1
in Wales. 11 in bcotland, 13 In Ireland, and
1 In tho British Isles
In C'onneiticit it appears that from 1607
to 1818o poll tax was charged of SCO for
each male citizen entitled to ote 1 his as
reduced in 1818 to 330, in 183G to 20, and
in 1812 to $1, Tho New llotcn Register
complains that this poll tax is a heavy bur
den, and ought to bo abolished
The entire northern part of tho Island of
Borneo, in Asia, with three adjacent Islands,
hat been granted for trading purposes to
what is known as tho " American Traduig
.Company," who aro to have jurisdiction over
tho Inhabitants. America, it seems, thus
faas an "East India Company. '
' Imehvil Keve.uk. Tho receipts from
this (onrco yesterday wero 033,793.43.
TUB INSECT AMD Till:
A tiny Insect wat captured by a savant
and placed In a microscope, which magnified
object! several thousand times, (and tho
learned man proceeded to explain to his pupllt
In a lecturs tho peculiarities of the insect, lie
described him at a wonderful creature, whoso
relative strength wat tuch that if a man
or beatt possessed muscular powers propor
tionally great ho could overcome all of hit
species that might bo arrayed against him,
and could movo weights to ponderous that
tho strongest machines are now required to
lift them. The students wero allowed to
look in the microscope, and each wat filled
with wonder at the appearance of the insect
under its magnifying power.
After tho lesson was finished, the insect
was released and went his way, but he imme
diately began to reflect upon the description
given of him and tho praises bestowed on
him by the wondering pupils. lie toon Im
agined that he wat at large as he had ap
peared to the scholars; began to tee hlmsell
at others taw him through tho magnifying
glass. Doubting not his power, tho vain in
sect now resolved to go forth and slay all tho
tribes of insects around him, partly to gratify
his ambition and partly from motives of re
venge. Accordingly he sallied out, and hav
ing made a conquest of a few feeble ephemera,
ho kept boldly on hit way until ho encoun
tered a bcetlo. Tho beetle was clad in a coat
of mail yellowish upon tho back, orango col
ored at tho edges, and azuro green upon the
breast and belly. Tho small Insect assailed
him straightway, but tho bcetlo thinking the
collision had been accidental, walked on in
pursuit of his own proper business. Tho
fierce insect now commanded him to halt
and defend himself, and tho beetle, with
great surprise, taw the little creaturo pre
paring to dath apainst him. With a calm
contempt be Pti,re- to receive the attack.
lie elf U , antennx, expanded his
pincers, ami when the furious Insect made
the onset he seized him in those strong for
ceps with which bcetlet aro armed and
pinched him In halves I
Do not estimate your own powers by the
praises that may be bestowed on you by
others, or the description! given of you by
partiet who arc ttudying you for amusement
or as a subject whereby to illustrate tome
theory or principle ; for yon may thus be led
into enterprises which will bring you to
grier or to utter destruction.
TIIE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE
EDMUND BURKE Kevlasd edition vol l..
Bolton LITTLE, BlOWV Co , 1869. Washing,
ton: FaixCK Taylor.
Tali work, already so well known and so popu
lar, U prorrssslna; toward, completion at rapidly ai
pocslbl Th. Tolam. before us u, Ilk. those that
bar. gone b.forr, from tb. Cambridge press, Is
clearly pti&t.d In good slsed tjp., on excellent
pap.r, and neatly bound In cloth Th. eont.nti
of tbli volam. ar. peculiarly lateroitlng at tbii
llm., Inaimnch u It contain. "Article, of Cbarg.
of High Crime, and MUl.m.anors against Warbii
HatTlsos, Eiq , tat. Governor O.n.ral of B.ngal,
pressnted to tb. Hon.. of Common. In April and
M.J, 17B8 Artlol.l VII XXll " Alio,
"Speeobei la tb. Impeachment of Wash's Hist.
tioi, Esq , late Governor General of Bengal "
Alio, "Spe.ch in Openiog th. Impeachm.nl .
First Der, Friday, February 15, 183, Second Day,
Saturday, February 18, 1788 "
THE WORKS OF THE RiaHT HONORABLE
EDMUND BURKE Reviled Edition, Vol X.
Bolton Little Brown A Co , 1887 Waahlng
ton Fauci Taylor
This volam., printed and bound In th. mann.r
described In lb. nolle, of Vol IX., abov., ha. alio
been acelvad from lb. Bolton publlih.ri through
Fames: Taylor, bookseller aud publliber of tbli
elty III contents ar. a. follows
SD..oh.a In lb Impeachment of Warren Hail.
Inge, Esq , late Governor Oeneral of Bengal Speech
to opening th. lmp.achm.nt third day and fourth
day Spc.eh on th. slstb article of th. charge
Orel, seoona, intra ana louriu aays "
There are not two volumes embraced in British
history that contains so much valuable and In
structive reading to the American student at this
tlmo aa those referred to above Tbey do not
cover the whole of the impeachment of llASTmoi,
bnt we presume that volum. XI., soon to appear,
will complete all the matter on that subject After
the asllduoui labor of seven years, with EnutraD
Bobk (not an AsnLiv) as leader, all tbe efforts to
Impeach Uasriaos proved a failoro Let us take
AMERICAN LEAVES Familiar Notes of Thought
and Life By SauCEL Osgood New York
Uaaraa A Bbotbess Washington Tnar A
This is a 12mo cloth volume of 380 pages, and
beveled edges It Is a collection of fifteen papers
that hare, la substance, appeared In llarptr't
JtfonMfy Magazine Some of tbem are carelessly
written and would not stand the teat of severe crlt
lelsm A few o f the papers are quite readable
SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS A TEAR. A Wife's
Effort at Low Llvingunder High Frlcee Boston
Ticnoa A Fields Washington Fnucn A
This is a very neatly printed and bound little
volume of 183 pages, giving tbe esperienee of a wife
who tried to live on six hundred dollars, that being
tbe amount of Income exempted by Congress from
taxation for tbe reason eipressed by that very wise
and economical body that that sum would be sad.
dent for the maintenance of a family It Is an in
terestlng work, and will repay any on. who reads it
RECOLLECTIONS OfTIeNRY WATKINS AL-
LEN, Brigadier General Confederate Army and
Ex Governor of Louisiana By Sanaa A DonSET
New York Published by M Doladv For sale
In Washington by FftEicn 1 Ricnaansos
Tble Is a 12mo volume of 420 psges, neatly
bound and printed, and Is not only a biographical
sketch of ez rebel General Alles, but It abuses
Union soldiers and tbe Union cause, and Is a de.
fence of treason against the Government
AFLOAT IN TIIE FORL3T , OR, A VOYAGE
AMONG TIIE TREE TOPS By Ceptain Matie
Reid, author of tb. "Desert Home," "Tbe
Ocean Walfs," elo , with Illustrations Boston
Ticehor A Fields Washington French A
Ricnanosos 1867 '
This a handsome 12mo volume, and tbe story Is
thrllllngly Interesting for young people It was
originally written for "Our Ycucg Folks" in 1865,
aud was ono of the stories which contributed to
make that work so popular
IN ACCORDANCE WITH 1118 UISI1LS, tllO UtO
I'rof John II Alexander, of lialtnnorc, w as
buried at midnight As tho clock struck
one, in tho midst of a pelting hail storm, the
coffin, elegantly draped in black cloth, with
handsome silver mountings, was Ion ere J In
tho vault In the presence of a large number
of his male friends, ho accompanied his
body to the grave 'Hie scene at tho burial
was of an exceedingly solemn character
the intense darkness, the lato hour tho lurid
torches, illuminating the faces of the attend
ants, the solemn ritual for the dead all add
lng to the iraprcssivo and sensational effect
The Pauls were at Worcester, Mass , last
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 19.181.7.
l"cn. I'cncll nuil Nclamorsu
Ohio will erect marblo statues of both
President Harrison and Gsneral MePhersoo.
A lot no ladt must mako a hit if tho dis
likes to b. a miss LonitviU Journal
A OaxAiak practical joker hat been an
noying Kingston people by painting th. Fenian
coat of arms on tbelr fences.
Why is Admiral Farragut like the Venn!
Aphrodite? Answer Because b. rot. from the
A ria in Cincinnati advertised a few days
elne. for a porter, and bad 300 applications wltbln
the next 21 hoars.
A barrel of Boulhcra flour will make
tw.nty pounds tnor. bread than a barrel of Illinois
Wiim Mr. l'eabody returns to England he
will report to his friends there that we bare a Tip
ton elasher In tb. United States Senate
A touxo max named F. Whiting was
kicked la the breast by a hone at a circus In Porto
mouth, Va., on Monday nlgbt, and died from Its
A FftEDERicKSBCRc; correspondent of the
New York UtraU montloos a meeting of negroes
In that cjty, at which tbe radical doctrines of Hun
nleutt wer. denounced by a colored orator.
A litter was received at our city post
office yesterday with tb. following address ' Corn
Knsel yoa as Emttb, Rlohmond, Vlrginney "
Oex. Schofield has suspended tho munici
pal election at Frederlcksbnrg It is probabl. Ih.t
h. will do tb. sam. all ov.r th. Stat., and tb. old
officers will hold over.
CoxniEss begins to exhibit signs of coming
dissolution. The House adjourned yesterday after
a session of thirty minutes W. shall part from
Congross with .motion
A oinctxe Now Yorker, recently married,
whoso trouss.aa was exposed to the Inspection of
tbe newspaper reporters, bad twenty four pairs of
shoes to match twenty four different dresses
A FARLIAMr-NTART HETURV jllSt Issued
states that th. duty on rae. horsee In England last
year was 9,124, being an Increas. of 678 on th.
The Xova Scotia Parliament met on Sat
urday Tb. Governor's speech congratulates the
House upon the prosperous and peaceable condition
of the Province and the success of tbe confedera
tion amendment A lively session Is anticipated
It it reported that tho body of Louis Fox,
lb. great billiard player, who hae beea missing for
several weeks, was found a f.w days since In the
rear of com. empty barrels In tho cellar of tbe
court house at Rochester, N Y
A iuxter at Searcy, Ark , had killed a
deer recently, and was engaged In skinning It,
when a pack of wolves attacked and killed him,
and nearly devonred bis body before his condition
A wtrow ladt, sitting by a cheerful fire,
In a meditative mood, shortly after her husband s
deoeuo.slghed out "Poor fellow, how he did like
good fire ' I hope be has gone where they keep
good fires ' "
It was reported at tho Capitol yesterday
that Senator Wilson would. In pursuance of hU
temperance plan, Introduce a resolution to remove
Vlonle Ream's studio from tbe Capitol to prevent
members from "gsttlng on a bust" there
Mr. Senator Wilson wants tho Govern
ment to take charge of tbe bounty du. th. n.gro
soldiers, because they have not sense enough to
take care of It themselves II. then wante the
negroes to take charge of the Government Er
ekango. The bears have " comctcd " tho weather
out la Minnesota On Wednesday the mercury was
down to 25 degrees below sero In St. Paul M Inter
Is lingering In tbe lap of spring up that way, with
Br foreign advices wo learn that tho Em
peror of Austria has "dissolved tbe Bohemian
Diet " The diet of bohemlani In Now York Is
crackers and cheese and sausages, and we are curi
ous to know what eolvent the Emperor uses
The Italian journals announco that M.
QlrolamoSoola, proprietor of the celebrated Vllle
del Galeotto, near Lecco, on the Lake of Como,
and possessor of an Immense fortune, hts Just
blown out bis brains As b. had much money be
had little brains
Ix 1827 C'apt. Perry placed at School
Point, In Spitsbergen, (a depot of meat,) some beef
In tin boxes, and was taken to Stockholm and
eaten recently, having been found In a perfect
state of preservation
Point and pith of the prayers dclhercd in
Congres. of late' O Lord, Thou knowest tbat tbe
majority Is always right and tbe minority wrong,
bless tbe majority and curs. th. minority, and
Thou shall have our good opinion and thanks "
Two boxes of tpecio containing $10,000
belonging to the Rothcbilds were stolen from tbe
bold of a steamer in tbe Thames recently It Is
tbe mystery of tbe river, and naturatly, all the
people along Wapplng and Radeliff Highway feel
great sympathy with the Rothschilds
A sad accident occurred at the paper mill
In North Leominster, Mass , on the 12lh Mr John
Heath, a young man 22 yeare of age, fell Into a vat
of hot water, being completely Immersed to bis
chin He was so badly f calded tbar bo died Io
about twelve hours
A MicnoBcorz hes been manufactured In
London which ' 'magnl&ea thrso thousand dlametres
with Its lowest eyo.ptece, and fifteen thousand
dlametres with Its highest, so that an object Is
made to appear one billion fire hundred and seventy,
five million times larger than It really Is "
A gemlexav in Boston, who prefers that
his nam. should not be known, has given $100,000
to found a Theological School (Episcopal) at Cam
bridge E S Rand, Esq , Hon R C Wlntbrop
and Judge J P Putnam are appointed trustees to
The Missouri Democratic State Central
Committee publish a request tbat tbe Democracy of
tbe several congressional districts of this Stat, will
appoint delegates to the National Democratic Con
rentioo, to be held at Louisville, Ky , on the 7th
day of May.
Tiif Uangor H'AiJsajs sllur and copper
ores have been r.centlylsoovered la Piscataquis
county, Me , which promise to proio of great rich,
neis, both aa regards quality and quantity The
ores found are "Argentiferous Galena," and Sol
pburet of Copper and Copper Pyritesmasses of
wblob have been removed from tbe top of the vein,
weighing three to four hundred pounds
A treedman living near Ricovlllc, Va,
had a quarrel with his wife, when be deliberately
took bis little son, aged ten years, and chopped off
bis head with an axe Tbe body was then thrown
Into tbe woods as a prey for wild beaste and tbe
fowls of the nlr, and tbe diabolical deed kept se
eret until a few daye ago, when It was accidentally
O beat sufTLring exists at Mound City, 111,
In consequence of the Inundation of that town
The citlscnl of Cairo sent up a boat with provisions
and fifteen hundred dollars in money for tbe suf
ferers, which was Joyfully reotlred Tbe trains on
the Illinois Central railroad run through water
about a foot deep for a distance of three hundred
yards at Mounl City Junction but tbe loreee aro
Hati rdai ArTFRioos amon named Chnsto
phsr Keenan was Instantly killed la a bat faotory
la Nottiaol street, New York, by lelcg drawn
over the shaft of tb. machinery, to which be wis
ttsndlng Ills body wis horribly mangled.
At Imperial stcim transport has Just ar
rived at France from Mellco, at St Nasalre, with
a small detachment of troope and twelve millions of
dollars In treasure Nepol.on was evidently de
termined not to leave Mexico as empty-handed a.
he went there Tbe mines have betn attended to
as well ae the Interest of Maximilian.
J. O. Parker, Post Offico News Stand,
sends us "Godey'a Lady a Book'1 for April, filled, as
usual, with matters of Interest to.tb. ladles, In
eluding Oontr's fashion plat, for Aprili also, tbat
popalarmagasln., "Beadle's Monthly," containing
chapters thirteen and fourteen of the Interesting
story entitled "Who was be?"
It is vert east to find fault with banks
for making as large dividends as circumstances
allow, but as tbelr present relations to th. Oeneral
Government wer. forced upon tbem by tbe Govern,
menl tbey cannot be reasonably blamed for foster
lng their own Interests to tbe ext.nt of th.Ir
power, while faithfully fulfilling all their oblige
tlone to th. Government
The King of Persia onco ordered his vizier
to m.ka out a list of all th. fools in his dominions
U. did so, and put bis M.Jestv'l name at the head
of them. Th. King asked him why, to which he
mmedlatcly answered "Because you entrusted a
lao of ropees to men you don't know to bay horses
for you a thousand miles off, and who'll never eome
back " "Ay, but suppose th.y como back T "
Then I shalt eras, your name and Insert theirs M
Eiocn B. Ilirrox, a member of tho Mary-
lend nous, of Delegates, died suddenly at th. City
Hotel, Annapolis, Sonday
Abigail a. Hxait, desiring to go to her
ong sleep, took a dose of laudanum at her home la
New York, last week, and quietly ended her earthly
Patid Watsox, a lad five years old, wat
accidentally shot by a negro boy, near Wilson, N.
C , recently, and died In fir minutes
B. alt-h Waldo Emeriox has been lecturing
In Kensas, and one of th. papers there lays be
'contains muoh research."
We have returns from all but fourteen
towns, as follows :
Counties Uarrlman Slnolalr Smyth. Sinclair
Orafton . 4,472
Coos . .1,231
Dem Hep Dem
4,823 8,837 4,477
2,831 3,218 2,892
2,173 1,022 3,066
1,310 1,883 3,303
4,707 4 644 4,480
3,616 8,313 8,220
2,148 3,321 2,120
1,600 k3,194 1,813
4,876 4,633 4,229
1,339 1,230 1,370
Total 34,020 31,834 33,137 30,181
The remaining 14 towns last year gave
Smythe 997, and Sinclair 604. The legisla
ture thus far stands: Republicans, 179, Demo
crats, 101. Towns not reported, last year
elected 27 Republicans and 21 Democrats.
If they elect as last j car, the Republican
majority will bo about 81. Abncr O. Darrab,
of Merrimack, has been a Republican, but
our correspondent thcro tays he Is elected to
tho Legislature by Democratic votct mainly,
and wat pledged to voto for Sinclair, if the
Lecislaturo had to mako choice. James E.
Odcll, Representative of Stratham, was
elected by both parties, and is claimed by
A letter from D. Alvarez to Consul Oodov.
of San Francisco, dated Cucrnavaca, Feb. 18,
" .Maximilian icu ine uuy oi Mexico wun
Martinez and two thousand men, and must
now lie near to where fromtix to eight thou,
sand traitors are assembled Escobcdo is
marching with twclvo thousand men In order
to attack them on tho way. He will incor
porate this army with tho forces of Generals
ltegulcs, Ansca, Antillon, and other officers,
amounting to about eight thousand men. It
is my opinion that in one month or more the
so-called empiro will havo terminated for
ever. J give you my congratulations on
tuch favorablo news, and recommend that
you givo it to your friends.
" D. Alvarez."
General Ilerron, tho Imperialist command
ing the City of Mexico, has addressed a prop
sitlon to General Lisco, the Republican com
mander of Cucrnavaca, to surrender tho
city to tho Liberal forces. The Liberals are
in peaceable nosscssion of Acanulco.
Tho United States steamer Suwance left
to day to cruise in tho Sonthern Pacific.
IlFFVIMl THE SlKOEOXS TllO WllwaukCO
liisconsin notices a rcmarkablo caso In
which a bullet passed into tho brain of a
man who et livea in apparently good health.
It appears that Olo Evcrscn, a Norwegian,
about 19 years of age, a privato of company
K, 2d Wisconsin infantry, was wounded in
the head by a rifle ball on tho 21st of July,
18C1, just as he was entering the battlo of
nun nun no was taucn prisoner anu
carried to Richmond, and there attended by
Dr James M. Lewis, tho surgeon of his regi
ment, uho had also been captured Dr.
Lewis and several rebel doctors decided that
any attempt to rcmovo tho ball, which had
plainly lodged In tho brain, would end fatally,
and therefore contented themselves with
dressing tho wound, which soon healed up.
although It would open at intervals and dis-
cuargo a goou ucat ot ouensive matter.
After a gear's imprisonment tho man was ex
changed, went homo and to work on a farm,
whero ho seemed to get entirely well. A
car afterwards ho re enlisted, served during
the remainder of tho war, and Is to-day on
his farm, halo and hearty, with every pros-
fect of a long life beforo him, and feeling no
itrthcr ill cOccts from tho bullet in his brain
than an occasional headache.
I'm! if Fba!.cis Thomas, the new Mary
land benator, chosen to fill tho vaconcy
caused by Governor Swank's declination of
that position, is a natlvo of Talbot county,
Md, haiing been born thcro in 1810 He
was educated at Dickinson College, and after
graduation studied law, being admitted to
practice in 1631. In 18JG, ho was chosen a
member of tho Stato Constitutional Conven
tion, in 1838, a member of tho Legislature,
and In 1639, was elected a representative in
Congress In 1811, ho became- Judge of the
Land Offico Court of tho Eastern Slioro of
Morjland, and In 1843 and 1845, was again
elected to tho Legislature In 1817, he was
tho Democratic nominee for Governor of
Maryland, and was elected by a decided ma
jority, and in 1852 was appointed by Presi
dent Fierce as Collector of tho port at llaltl
raorc In 18C0, ho was Commissioner of tho
Patent Office, and in December of that year
succeeded IIoacII Cojjb as Secretary of tho
'1 reasury in President Huchanan's Cabinet
Mr lltomas is an eloquent speaker and a
man of legal ability
Av ornciAL doclment from tho War Dc
nartment informs Connrcss and tho public
what is tho annual pay and allowam.es of
all kinds of tho dillerent oincers oi ine army
Wo gno afcwof them . Gen Grant, 818,120,
Lieut (icn Sherman, 814,814, Maj Gen.
Ilalleck, 87,717 Maj Gen Meade, 87,717,
Maj Ijen Sheridan, 87,717, Maj Gen
'Ihoinas 87.717! Hri2 Gen McDowell.
811". llntr Gen Itoecrans, 8V17, Colo
nels, gl.'.OO, Lieutenant Colonels, ,83,991,
Majors, 53,705; Coptalns, 83,019, First Lieu,
tenants, 82,713, and Second Lieutenants,
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
FROM EUROPE BY CABLE
ALL QUIET IN IRELAND.
ENGLAND'S FEARS SUBSIDING.
EXTENSION OF THE FRANCHISE.
SINKING OF A STEAMBOAT.
SEVENTY-FIVE PERSONS DltOWNED.
EXCITEMENT IN CANADA,
THE JMC.a.3 K13TS.
News lly Cnblc.
Dl-bi.iv, March 17. Fears that the Fenians
would attempt another general rising to-day
havo not been realized. Dispatches from all
parts of Ireland report tho country quiet.
Frequent arrests wero made by tho polico in
I.ivmrooL, March 17. No disturbance
was created hero to-day by the Fenians, as
was feared, and the city is entirely tranquil.
Lokdoxderrt, March 17. Tho steamship
Mississippi, from New York, arrived hero
thlt morning, and after landing her passen
gers and malls, proceeded on her voyage to
Lokdox, March 17. Tho reform bill which
is to bo brought into Parliament by the Gov
ernment to-morrow will glvo tho right of suf
frage to ratc-piylng householders, after two
years' resldcnco ; to men paying one pound
yearly taxes, or having thirty pounds In a
savings bank, or fifty pounds In the funds,
and to all members of tho learned professions
and graduates of tho universities. The bill
also provides for a fifteen pounds franchise
In tho counties.
WAsiimoTov, March 18 Jay Cooke Ic Co.
furnish tho following quotations of Govern
U S 0'e Coupon, 1881 108J
u t live twenties, iboz . . .. luv
U. S Five twentiee, 1801 1071
IT S Five twenties, 1883.... 107
U 8 Five twenties Jan AJ'j,'e3 lot
U.S Tenfortles 07
TJ. S Seven thirties, August . ...106
U. 6. Seven thirties, Jan 1051
D S Seven thirties, July 109)
KKW TOBK rillST OOABD SALES
Coupon 109 10 Ids 07
5 20 s, 1802 109J 7 30's, Ag....I05J
t 20 s, 1804 107) 7.S0'e, June. .109)
5 20's, 1805 .. 107) 7 JO'e, Jalv 109
5 20 s, Jan kl'j.'ti 107 Gold 134)
CLOStXO TRICES OP OOIERKXRKT SICURIT1E8.
Movdat, Uaroh 183 p. m.
U. S O's Coupons, 1881 108 109J
U. S Five twenties, 1802 100 109)
U S Five twenties, 1804 107 107)
U.S Five twenties, 1805 107) 108
U.S.Five twenties, Jan.JtJ'v, '05 100) 107
U.S Ten-fortl 07) 98
U. S Seven thirties, August ..1051 104)
US Seven thirties, Jane 105 109)
U S Seven thirties, July 105 109)
SBW TOBK SICOSD BOARD SALES.
Coupons 109 10-40s 07)
5 20's, 1862 109) T 30's, August.... 109)
5 20's, 1894 107 7-30'e, June 109)
5 20's, 1805 107 7 SO's, Julv ...109)
5 20s,JenJ'jr,'S5 10) Gold 131)
Lewis Johnson A Co quote stocks and bonds In
home aod foreign markets as rollowa
NzwYoni. March 18. First Board U S 1881
Coupon O's, 109 do 5 20 s, 1091 I U S t'a
10 40's, Coupons, 97) i 7 30 s, 100 i Canton Co ,
47) i Cumberland Coal Co preferred. 331 1 Quick
ellver Mining Co, 20i New York Central, 103Jt
Erie, 59) Hudson Hirer, 137) Reading, 101
Michigan Central, 108 Michigan Southern and
north Indiana, 70t Illinois central, lioji ueve.
lend and Flttsburg, 82) t Chicago and Northwestern,
35) i do preferred, 03i Cleveland and Toledo,
1181, Chicago and Rock Island, Il ritteburg,
FortWajne, and Chicago, OOli Ohio and Missis
sippi oertlOcates, S7 (Sold, 1 30 pin , 131).
Tlio l'aiilc In Canada.
Montreal, C. W., March 18. Although
nothing has occurred on the frontier to cause
alarm, activo preparations are being made to
havo the troops in readiness to move to any
hoint. Tho troops aro to bo armed with
Snyder rifles, that firo fivo rounds in forty
Toronto, March 18 St. Patrick's day
passed off without any public demonstration.
Good NlclRliIuglu riilladclpliln.
Philadelphia, March 18 Thero is excel
lent sleighing here. Tho passenger rallwajs
run their cars with much difficulty, and some
of tho companies are using omnibus sleighs.
This is the first snow sinco tho passing of the
ordinanco forbidding tho salting of the tracks,
and many persons accustomed to riding to
their placo of business had to walk this
morning, tho few cars on tho road being un
ablo to carry them.
From llio l'nclllo Coast.
San Trakcisco, March 17. The Central
Pacific Ilallroad Company, on March 14th,
filed, at the offico of the Secretary of State,
articles extending the road from Sacramento
to Goat Island Surveying will bo com
A snow slide occurred on March 1st at tho
town of Kcarsacc, Nevada, klllintr ono per-
Lspn and destroying nine houses.
The SIcniplilH Fire.
Mrvrins, March 18 A fire occurred hero
on Saturday night, and destroyed Howard's
Itow. Loss 8150,000, insured in Northern
Tho sufferers wero James Lambert, Geo.
Hume, Cox L Iluraphrcjs, Normcnt, Kuffln
& Co . and Wm II. Wyatt. Tho wind lulled
about eleven o'clock, or a largo portion of
me city would nave been consumed.
A Ntcuiiibout Nnnggcil nuil Ninety
jive IjIvcm I,ot.
GituNkATi, March 18 'Iho steamer Mcr
cury, at Arkansas Cut-Off, on tho 13th Inst ,
struck a snag and sunk. Ninety fivo passen
gers were lost. Tho boat was valued at
820,000, insured for 815,000. bho had a
cargo of 1 ,400 bales of cotton, besides a largo
assorted freight for Mississippi and Cairo.
M. I'litrlcU'M Day lit Cluciuuntl.
Oivcinhati, March 18 St. Patrick's Day
was celebrated hero yesterday with unusual
enthusiasm. Tho various societies turned
out, and a Fenian regiment, fully armed and
equipped, paraded tho principal streets.
A Hotel Clerk I'ullis Heir to Eight
Mrurmi, MarchlO S IT. Ilowland, night
clerk at tho Worshain IIouso, received news
to da) from Kngland of having fallen heir to
an cstato of eight million of dollars
New YorU llonh Ntutcnicut.
New York, March 18 Increase in loans,
8031,514, circulation, 880,875, legal tenders,
81,710,101; decrease in speile, 8899,400, de
A rAitTV of farmers in Maine aro getting
out tho timber for a lire thousand tuu oceaa
steamer, to bo constructed la Boitoa.
Naval lNTELUOEitCK.-,Oommodore John
A. Winslow, commanding tbe Gulf squad
ron, under data of Pensacola, Flo., March 12,
announces the arrival the day previous of
tho United States steamer Tacony, after a
passage of twelve days, from Norfolk, Va.
Captain N. Collins, commanding tho Uni
ted States steamer Sacramento, under dato
of Jeila Coffy, latltndo 6 deg. 57 mln. north,
longitude 50 mln. cast, January 29, reports
tho arrival of that vessel at St, Gcorgo del
Mlnia, the capital of Dutch Galena, on tho
22d of that month, from whence ho departed
on tho 25th for Cape Coast Castle, seven
miles to tho eastward, leaving that place on
mo same uay lor Accra, a joint possession oi
the Dutch and British. From Accra he
started, on the 27th January, for Jeila Coffy,
whero ho arrived, after stopping at two native
towns a few miles to tho westward of tho
mouth of the river Volta. On day of the
date of the dispatch ho was to sail for 8L
Paul do Loando, via Princess Island. All
well on board.
Two dispatches from Capt Collins, dated
respectively the 12th and 22d of January,
report the following movements of that ves
sel: Sailed from Porto Grande, Island of St.
Vincent, on the 1st of January, touching at
Tarrapel Bay, Island of St. Antonio, on the
same day, where ho ascertained that there
was a good supply of fresh water of good
quality for vessels, but wanting a tank and
hose to make it available. On the 2d touched
at tho town of Lui, Island of Fago, which ho
states offers but few Inducements for vessels
to stop at, as tho landing Is bad and no facili
ties are offered for 'watering. Arrived at
Proto Praya, Island of St. Jago, on the 3d
and left thero on tho 6tb, arriving at Mon
rovia, Liberia, on tho 12th; sailed thence on
tho 15th, arrived at Cape Palmar on the 17th,
and Half Cawalla, somo eighteen miles to the
eastward of tho Cape, and arriving at tho
Dutch town of Axom on tho 21st; sailed
thence on tho 22d, arrived at St George, El
inina, on tho 22d. At the request of our
Consul, Mr. John Seeys, Capt. Collins gave
assago to tho Hon. John Marshall, of tho
.Iberian Senate, from Monrovia to Cape
Armt BuLLETif. rirst Lieutenant J. C.
De Oress, 9th cavalry tho permission to
delay starting for his regiment is extended
until April 14th.
Brevet Brigadier General N. Michlcr,
corps of engineers, Is ordered to report to tho
chief of engineers and Is relieved from any
Second Lieutenant Henry O. Oorbln, 17th
iwaniry, is granted leave or absence ror ur
First Lieutenant J. D. Graham. 2d cavalnr.
Is ordered to report to General D. Butter
field, superintendent of tho general recruit
ing service, for duty with a detachment of
rermits under orders lor ion iieavenwortn.
Lieutenant Colonel J. O. Audenricd. A.
D. O , is granted six months' leave of absence
with permission to go be) ond tho sea.
Captain George Aldcn, assistant quarter
master, is granted live days lcavo or absence
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel C. O. Beamen,
commissary of subsistence, United States
volunteers, is ordered to ossumo tho duties
of purchasing and depot commissary.
Brevet Major J. IT. Butler, retired, is
ordered to reported to General D. Butter.
field for assignment to duty on tho recruit
Navt Bulletin, March 11. Dotached
Commodoro David B. Ridgely, from the
command of tho Lancaster and placed on
waiting orders, Lieutenant Commanders
William B. Oush nir. Frederick Pearson. W.
It. Brldgman, A. S. Baker, Lieutenant Wil
liam w. llendrlckson, Acting Knslgn Wil
liam II. Webb, Surecon r. E. Potter. Tossed
Assistant Surgeon John D. Murphy, Chief
engineer u. i). n. iv aarton, Acting r irst
Assistant Engineer Charles II. Cronk, Second
Assistant Engineer Charles Irlch, Acting
Second Assistant Engineer Benjamin W.
Fowler, Third Assistant Engineer Francis P.
Hallowcll, Acting Third Assistant Engineer
Charles D. Houthall, Boatswain J. 11. F.
Langton, Carpenter William D. Foy, Sail-
maacr oiepnen seaman ana uunncr a. v.
nines, irom ine i.ancanicr and placed on
waiting orders; Commander A. S Baldwin,
from duty as llght-houso inspector and
placed on waiting orders, Paymaster Ed
ward Foster, from the Lancaster and ordered
to settle his accounts.
Ordered Passed Assistant Surgeon J. B.
Acklcy, to tho Constellation.
Honorably Discharged Acting Ensign F.
A. G. Bacon, from tho 10th Instant.
The Third Military District or the
South General orders No. 18, from tho
headquarters of tho army, issued by Gen.
Grant yesterday, aro as follows:
1 ho President directs that tho following
chango bo made, at the request of Maj. Gen.
Thomas, in tho assignment announced In
general orders No 10, of March 11, 1867, of
commanders of districts under tho act of
Congress entitled "An act to provide for tho
moro efficient government of tho rebel
States," and of tho Department of the Cum
berland, created in general orders No. 14, of
marcn 12, iboi :
Brev. Mai. Gen. John Popo to command
the Third district, consisting of tho States of
Ucorgla, llorlda and Alabama, and Maj.
Gen. Goorgo II. Thomas to command tho
Department of the Cumberland.
Oreoon Settlement Claims Commis
sioner Wilson has just transmitted to tho
register of the land office at Oregon City, for
delivery to tho patentees, fifty-one patents
for ancient donations, claims founded on ac
tual settlements, also, twenty-six patents, for
the samo class of claims, to the register at
Olympia, Washington Territory; and five
patents to tho reelstcr at Roseburir. Orecon.
(eighty two In all,) covering an area of
IllrORTANT TO ENLISTED MEN Or TIIE ArXT.
General Orders, No. 19, from tho War Dc-
fiartmcnt, dated tho lCth instant, aro as fol
ows: "Enlisted men who may disposo of or lose,
through their own carelessness, the Spencer
carbine, or Colt's or Remington's army re
volvers, will hereafter havo charged against
them, upon the muster rolls, tho price of the
former at ono hundred dollars, and tho latter
at fifty dollars, in each caso.
DisrosALs or the Public Lands Returns
received by tho Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Offico show an aggregate disposal
of 10,759 acres of tho public lands during
tho month of February at tho East Saginaw
(Michigan) local offico, tho greater portion
of tho land having been taken up for actual
settlement under tho homestead law, Tho
cash sales amounted to 05,071.
Laws Relating to tub Nav v. Tho Sec
retary of tho Navy has just Issued a concise
pamphlet, which Is being sent out to naval
officers, containing all tho laws of tho United
States relating to tho navy passed at tho
second session of tho Thirty-Ninth Con
gress. Adjistsient nr Land OrriCERs' Accounts
'Iho accounts ot all the United States
land receivers and surveyors, with very few
exceptions, In tho caro of receivers, havo been
adjusted by tho General Land Offico to tho
3lBt of December, 1800.
The Patent Office For tho week ending
on Tuesday, tho 2Cth instant, two hundred
and thirty-seven patents will bo issued from
tho Patent Office. Daring tho past week
over 700 applications and 90 caveats have
Returned to IIm Post. Hon. Wm. E.
Chandler, Assistant Secretary of tho Treas
ury, returned to tho dnlles of his nosltlon
a)V Free to Krerrbodr. A larete 0 va Clr
ealar, tltlaf lerormetloa of the (reelo.t tnportaaee Io
me vonis or aoia eeaes.
It teaeaes bow the aomelr mer become bceattfal. Ibe
teiplitl rsspeeteJ, eel the fon.k level
Ho reaas lair ot aeaUemaa ehoall fall Io sead tbelr
Addreic, ead receive a copy poet.pald, oj return nail
Address r. o. Drawer,Slt
mhlt dawly Troy, a. T.
" Know Thjr Deotlnr, Madam B. F.
Tiosiros, Ibe f reel Xaillib A.lrotoil.t, Clslriojeat
aad rayehomitrlilea, who baa aitoatsbei tbe eeleallfie
classes of Ibe Old Vforld, bee bow located herself at
Dadaoo,Zf x. MlBlMSTnoasTOitpoiiessoesBchwoa.
derfel powere of seeead elbl, aa to eaeble her to Ice.
part kaowledgo of the a reelcit Impoitaae to tbe elaele
or married of either sex Vf bile la a atate of traase,
she dellaeates the verj feeteres of the person 70a ere
to merrr, aad & tbe aid of aa leslroneal or leteaee
power, baowa aa tbe Fijebomotrope, foaraeteeo to
prodace a UTe!lho picture of tbe fataro hothead or
wife of Ibe applicant, togelber with date of marriage,
poelttoa la lire, leed ag tralle ef cberacter, c Tble
le ao hambag, aa tbeaiaeds of trstlmealala caa Maori.
She wilt eced, wbea d.slred, a certified ctrUflcate,er
wrtttoa gearealee, 11. 1 Ibe picture le what II purport.
to he. Br eeeto.tag a email lock ef balr, aad etatlag,
place of blrtb, ego, dlspc.ltloa aad eomplealou, aad
eaelo.leg tttj ceala aad otamped eavelope addreesed
to yourself, you will receive tbe plctare aad desired
laformetloa by retara mall All communlcattoae ea
eiedly coeSdeatlal. Address, la ecaldeaee, Uaoami
a. r TBoastox, r u.uex 223,uedtoa, H. T.
" Notice to Tax Payors of Woshlnerton
Citt. The Board of Aa.oasors bavlag completed the
aaa lal assts.ueat for 18S7, will sit as a board of op
peel aad for tbe porpoae ef mskleg correctleae, from
tbe 13th lattaal to April lit laeletlve, (laadoye ex
cepted,) al Scbool CommUtloaere Boom, eeeood etery
City Bell, west wleg, from 8 a. m Io S p ea each day.
0 order of the Presldeat M eotapl
o"Tha OBetTeet Slaladlea of Tovtth ond
EiBLV Habiooo Howard Assoclaltoa Kasays,Blb
Physiology of tbe Fas.loas, aad the Errore, Abases aad
Dlsea.f iccallar to the first age ef msB, wlthreperte oa
oew methode of Ireetmeat employed la Iblo laslltatlea.
Seat la aealed letter eavelcpes, free ef charge. Address,
Dr. 3. BKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Aeseotettoa,
Philadelphia re. jalMm
44TTo Conenrapttvee. Tb AdTrtleer
hevlegheeo re.tored to heelth la a few weeks, by a
vary simple remedy, after bevleg coffered eeveral
years with a severe laag aff.ctloa, aad that dread dle
eeie,CoaatnptloB, le eaxloacto make kuowa to ble
fellew.eaff.rere lhe meeas of care.
To alt who desire It be will eead a copy of tbe pre
oerlptloa B.ed, (free of charge,) with the dlrectloae far
preperlef Bad ailog tb seme, which tbey will fled a
8raa Ceaa roa Conscatraov, Astbxa, Bbobcbitis, Ac.
Tbe oaly oblect of the edvetllssr ta seadlsg the pre
scrlptloB Is to beaeflt tbe alBIcted ead apread laforma
lion which he coacetves to be lavalaahle ;ABd be hopec
very saff.rer will try his remedy as It will cost tbem
eolblBff Bad may prove a bleatlag
rarll.s w!.hlag-bpr.seriptloa wUl please aadress
RET. EDWARD A WILSON,
oclWi Jy WlltlemsbBrg, Klegseoa&ty, H, T.
E A U T Y I
FLAXSN, ARD 8ILKI1
KLS. nrodaeed bv Ibe B.e of IToI DX UREUX' Fill.
SEtt LE CHEVEUX Oae eppIlcsU.B warraaled to curl
the moat elralght ead slBbbora hair of either sex lato
wavy rloxl.t., or heavy maaalve carta Ilea beea Bred
by Ibe reahloBeblee of Parte eel Leedea, with the moat
(rallfyleg reaolta. Doee BO Islory lathe balr Trice
y mail, sealed aad postpaid, fl Deacrlptlve Clreo.
tare msll.d free Addro.e BEKOER, SI1UTTS Co ,
Chemlat., No xss River atraet, Troy, If T Soleeireeta
for lhe Ualtcd statcc mhtg dltwly
Forced to grow upoo the emoothMt face la from three
la See weake by u.l.j Dr. SEVIONS'S RESTAURA
TEUR CAriLLalRE, the moat woaderrBl dlaeovery la
modera ealeaee, ectlag opoa the Beard aad fair la ea
almoat mlraculooa raaaaar It ha beea used by th
elite of l'arls aod Loodoa with tbe most flatteries: cue
ceae Beoae of all poichaaere will b reclatered, aed
If eatlre antlafactloe le aol glr ea la every faatsoce, the
moeey will b eboarrnllv reloaded Wtce by mall,
eeslad Bad poatpald, $1 De.eriptlva clrealera aad tee.
ttmoolata mailed free. Addle.. BEROER, SHUTTS a
CO , Cbemlate, Ho. ZS3 Rlvor .tt.it, Troy. V, Y. Sole
qgeqla for thq Ualted Statea mhla dAwly
ri'IIBRI eomclh glad lldlaga of Joy to all,
X To youog aad to old, 14 great aad Io .mall j
Tha heaaly which oace was so pradoas Bad rars,
Is free for all, aad all may be fair,
By the aaa or
CdAiTSLLAR'S WHITE LIQUID EHA11EL,
Tor lmprovlog aad Beantlfylog the Complexion
The moat valuable aod perfect preparatloo la uae for
glvlog tbe eklo a beautiful pratl'llko Hot, that la oaly
oBBd la youth. It tialckly remoree Ten, Freckles,
Plmplea, Lllotcbea, Moth 1'atchaa, SallowBCsa, Erop.
tlooe, ead all Imparities of the ella.kiadly boallag the
aame, leavlag the okla whit aod clear aa atabaater
Itoueo caaaotba dttacted by the cloaeal aarotlay.aod
bal.g a vegetable preparatloo, la perfectly harmleee
It la the only article of the ktad oaed by the French,
aad la eoaslaered br the Parlalaa ae lodtapeaaabto to a
Sarfact toilet Upwarda of se 000 bottloo wore sold
urteg tho po.1 year, a aofllclaot goaraatse of Its
efllcacy Price oaly 7ft coats beet by mall, pott.paid,
OB receipt of en orjer, by
DIKOEll, knUTTS k CO , Chemists,
mhio dtwly SM River etreei. Troy, N T
TBI WOlll D AS TomSHID
at rue wosokarra atvkiATiose
HIDE BV TIIE ORIAT ASTBOLOOIST,
MADAME II. A. PERRIGO.
She rorealo accrete ao mortal aver kaew She re
otoroe to bapploeao tboae who from dolfol oveote,
catoatrophoe, croaeea la love, loss of relatloaa aad
Maada.Ioaaef moaay, Ac , hare become doapoodeal.
8ha brloga together ihoee loag aeparatad, glvca lafor
matloB coBcorolBg abseat frlaada or lovere, restores lot!
or stolea property, tells yoathobaetasas you are boat
qaatlSed to poraoe aad la what you will be moat bus
oasifal,csaaeo epeedy taarrlat-ee aad telle you the very
day you will marry, glvca yo the Berne, llkeaeae ead
cheraclerlatlca of the pereoa She roade yoar very
thoughts, aad by her almost aupetaatoral powere no
veils tho dark aad blddca myatcn.e of the rotor
From tbe eters we sse la the flrmam.ot lha malefic
atara that overcome or predomlaalo la the configure
lion from the espscts sad posltl.as or the plaaeta Bad
the fixed atara In the beavenaattho tlms or htith, ebe
dedaeaa the fataro dettloy of men Fall not to coasall
the greatest Aetrologlat OB earth It coata yoa bnt a
trlde, and you may never ecala have ao favorable an
opportoolly Conanllatlon fee, with llkeoeae and all
daalred Information, SI Partlea living at a dlataaca
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above mentioned Tbe strletsst secrecy will be msla
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Ksfereneee of the htgboet order faratehed tboae dcafrleg
tbem Write plalaly Ibedayofth moath aad year la
which you were boro, endoalog a amall lock of nalr
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