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SVAtN&TOtf'Ofitt. fr-fr. slWllDAT MORNING, MAiRqp 5, 187a
Auction Bales.
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iitnii4iu back MS fiat, wiik tin Latere
The pratMrtr It ImtfAvtl wllk A haadaan
Hon. wkltk.itba .-UddlaaBt of Ikraa kaeata
(..Ill anna sulrl lata, la a -hUh ka kit tka Bla
ara eoBMBtaaeaai aad It atari? .
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Ji C . Aattltattr-. U fr al at Ualr a-atta tiara,
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aaa af lha JtttUtt.ar Iht Ttttala aa4 fir Ik
ttfklr tfWiiittJ OMritt Mil
likaa aaiJtha M 'tbtra1ff;ii
wari Uarraaa, draiaata. ta m inTiif"
Mlia4aa4tktalBfatliBall Ika rltkl.tltia,
cUlas.Taiartat.aaa ttia at la aaa li wil
tibtallTbnat llatapkrr a4 karari tfo-
!, rardiil.la a-. l ika vatslrt4 Urat af
waiaa4lkiaa4Mrt iroai iaa aaiaaraf Katral
aoth l4tktat.tr. itTltt: iwaytart tataa frota
tkt ftral darof iVTnabr, 1M. al, Ika aaalktr
rtataf taa doUaratM"' tk.atd l""Ttla
B-raa.tkaloaUalUhltra(freti, A p ri7.
at Mok- p la.. I will aT-f Ut ata tkt aat4
rrapartr aalad kid takti u laeettaB. by pak
lit aatttaa, ta tka kltkwt klddar. far aata.
u uU " "w,"w"m lirr. C.....VI.
WAiiliaioii. D. a.Mnaa . WO tl
ft ' (p'raol..
Hon. J. W. MAnhAfl. TlM AilUUul Tool-
niiiti Qtncral. loft for Nw York, WileK-
Hcg U AlleuJ tb fiiienl o( bll brolhar In.
Uw, lift Her, Dr. McCllnUKK.
J. U. Maaiflj- ton 0 IDS roatmaBier Of
Altiindrfi, Va,,U cttalud th appoint
meat Al CAdttAt AkAipolli, from that con-
grtulonAld'jtllct.
Gorl Bloihan. poacmaiur of' a'Dha.
detpMai W. . n1r, U. B. N.f 80rtii
R. Daiia, yiipruoi;o,. o,iw..nouri
Bnff.lo,K.IX.a.toclol.. 'I '
DmntU, PhllnlAlphla, wera amoaj; taa at.
rlrait at; lha Mrtropolltao total jeilatdar.
non.i otarback. Anitclan Count to
Cidaa, atrlf J In town reHCTaay, aaa U lai
SraaAt r,t Admiral Daalre1i.
A('Anan laaj.ot j? iTf,""'it"
puraiiatlKxran ball iroM is abock-
lailj, low in Utt aatk tbu ui tmprtit
CaalOU DBF 10 Oa IHiai.uc v vvuu.i J .
In HoalArj.
EtlotWibf Btjrfoir, f Jlw York, li
lKtarlBt on "IleMUaclloal ot foMlo Mm,"
JJr. Jamu C. Soothall icattraar dU-
otnl bli editorial eoaaectlon wllhllit Rick
mond Datiy Jhqulrtr,
ttatULTj Bawarl will b( aiotd tnu cra
nial In tfarYork br Col. I". Ai Coakllof.
Oonroor Hoffman, Manhall O. RotxrU,
WUUAm E. Dodga, and otbar DoUkUlUci,
are among the InTlted. Mr. Seward oeclloia
the pnbllo dlaner tcoJirrJ Id blm bj the clt;
of New York.
TUnMT Aaron, the noted " oar." on Ida
recent trip to take part In the " Clambake "'
tendered to loe " aioiciemen- ijoujer i
Edwardi, loat Ml pocket-book containing
aomallSO. Jit aanonnced the fact In lan
guage not Miilr aulud for the cart of Sua.
darachool children. The "pet Iambi," on
hearlagofhlalosi, aoon reatorad the feadi.
Bo It aeeraa there li a lltttl hou&f among
thlarea. New York Aldermen wonld do well
t fallow tbj ciaapla,ofhoeo'' filt.1
Aacrio ExrtoATioin.-Capt. C. F. Hall,
the celebrated Arctic eiplorer, will lectara
at Lincoln hall to-night on "Arctic Explore
tloni, Part- and Proaoeitlre.1' The lecture
will ba TIlmtrKed by charfi, Ac , and an
Eaquleiaui; tamllr wilt be preaeut In. full
Arctic costume. No one le more capable of
treatlog of. thla lubjecf In aa- Ihtereitlng
manner than Capt. Hall, for if intake after
an experience ot many jeart In the locality
and among the eceuee ne aeacnoea. An
added Interest txlate la tha fact that the
entire proceeds will ba detoled to the relief
of the poor ot this city.
The President and members of the Cabi
net, Chief Justice Chase, and many dis
tinguished literary and scientific men hare
announced Jhelr intention or peine present,
and the lecture will be Ufuitrated by two
Immense polar charts, upon which will be
traced the route of Franklin's Ill-fated
parly, and where the last anrrtror laid down
to die.
iTmuitrriij! nm iM wituU
Tne uaiDUl hal acctpted an Intlla-
Km. ta ba rmaant at a trend nasi meeting
In Tfoodstoek, Connecticut, on the fourth ot.
Jnly next, l swnor 01 too ay, ana penieo.
lajty in sonor i n r-"H" iuvuu
antisneftnent. .
Tnw SntATi TauiTontAL ComtTm
hay affteed to report favorably on the cou
irraattetijOr Wr, Solomon's nominally for
porernoror nasniagton territory in place
of Mr. rtiudersi The committee hare not
yet desldeiS the cue otOorernor Athlsy.who
was itrtAle4 M OOT'mof of MonUui.
it - hi i .
Tne contract for furalsblnt; the Poet
Office Department ,wiutanaii iocs ana nejs
for four years" troal tin lit of July next
laaVnWafde4l Jameaa'MIt, tf, of
Byracuie-. If. Y., at the following rAtksi
trda ioiis, W ceaur Jfoa kJt, HI cenUj
brass locks, tS cents, Ana ureas nets, 15
Bri.T i (iLntrr.n. A cu., Aaera.
Mo Oil renasylTABU araaaa, batwsea
Mlath aaATaatk attU.
TEOITU'I lAl or VSVVABLI OKlat-
Br ilrtaaal a AMiar Ifaati aueYlaeMia Hi
r 0aiaai. I. aa ialr racjrj la I Im
laataaaaaair.l tla buula vr iwl.atwl Jl
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atnat, Salwaaa Tamaaath aaa yoerteealar atnata
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maatka, witk latareat. aaA ieeare4 br a 4ee4 at
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Sltt.llaalkaaataaTaaraf BtTaatkaad DalratU.
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Br.lrtaeef a Jaed -al Iran, eated Ike l'rH
dT ol Jaaa, ltI7, eat ealfraaerdea la UailEI
0 IlAl, lall.layat ojMjaa.
taraaai maa.iaai.a-a.. y. " ""r
raaaraaai niiiipia.an.r." .'vr.r
of iillle.Vel a.aWa ".la ! ".MSStl
eai reeetded ta ike Saraef ae'e aalaa U tka ell. r
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Ike eald 1 .1 latlarad nO.,r I-I.-..J k tka eel
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armriarai ew awiverwaa (,-.. iaw.-r.
MaU
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rk. UOLai ra
T-Wi.L..S.?..0V:2aiiuJffi,JC
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awra r Ibm, Iraaratad f aalegaai ,aad aaarlr
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T.-Jl "VrT..a a .- . ta...I.A ..!! fakaaada.
wim naaaara ri.va "!"
iiaVr'WrfeW-
rrtparir atay ka aLaa riijt
a mWa f ralU faaadA
rauiasi at ?.'
raanirauB . a f
rrtparir atar m aiaa atr.
ala Tfc.a proparlr Itlaaaltd
MMuifttiVM aitaaaai .
. l94tlaoaaaf ihaat
aatt la Tlawaf tka oamr
aiiaiai; anaiaiTi
Tarrataf aaltt Oaa1
it twtlTaaadalikiat
M.U la ha aatrarad of
tTtfa-wlll. IM bMriai
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ata.alkallkedaraindpa. riuaacaU lair ar.-pTal.ll a.d J.ae V.
a.aadolttaal.elkepial. illareialdHel , are dele.Aaala, 1 will aall. .1
.slauraal (rata ear ' eafa. Mklla liuae.n tke praaalaea, aaTUSDlT.
drereaa. elaaipealeaet .( Ika ISIk dayof Maraii-.14 SI a'alaek. p, .,
alliaaipiaea.f paraw.i - ..-.-. v- ,---
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laa k dead kearias 4la Jlina w laHiuaAa.
wltk .artk Ilea el a.U tat Xa.t .artk.M dat ,
naWAlaUraainfaat -Hi. .Ht Ma.,wat
' Vi."?5??",la.,:P.
Mlkaaatlaak raad i tkaaaj wliW aald raad
Mtk tM dl .aaat U pNilMlUiiM la a airaifkl
Ilaa aalkata aajaf. ,1h"' V
mmb. lBpra4 wtia lara-atar? baratlac aad
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Braiia. aaa
af tkaparakawars
irBIWaaawwal
uui.m
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ai ika Haia al
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toa.ll ?. I aaraar af faaairlttaU araaaa aad
SlAttall. alfaaU Btat QAaa alldla.
i rjcnsxarTPiiT jlm
or VAWABLBlMFlyOTKl) IBALBITATB IM
WlWW.oWM.Tli."
te'tavUtimMytrVJiM'
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KI5US85
Tna MassiiH. Tke salo of tlckete for tha
"Oratorio of the eleitle," -wkleh Ukee
place etUaecAn Hall ooMotnJaynlgfct, com.
meaced atlheElU rnuslo More ywtetdajr
mornlur. aud htanj seats were wcured.'
Those or our readers who deetre to hear
Farm In oratorli. aaelsted fcrtSardblom
and Lawrence, should make a note of this
aud secure their scats al once.
rtWek 1SD HaUOS lUTiOTaHMT The
saV-epmmUtee o tJieKIIouie CmnJlteeou
Commerce' yesterday morning hal' under
consideration the rlrer and harbov appro
ntlAtlon bllU Tha commttUa discussed
principally the appropriation asked for hba
western rlrere. There waa no dennlte action,
but many ot the approprlatlona are consJd
end too high, and will be much, cut dom,
u they were lastear,
Tela Taai OATB-Senator Ferry's bill for
the abolltloa af the test oath waa reported
back to tha Senate with a raroreue rectjtn
mendallou. No time wonld eeetn mora ep
proprUte for the repeal ot this: act than, the
nruanL Reconstruction la almost eon.
pitted. Georgia. Will U admitted wltiln a
week, and Texas will follow rery lihortly
thereafter! and with these 'oaths, w'alch do
not seem to be longer necessary, blotted
from the statute book, tne country can start
freeb aad glorlona with the now decade.
Voxnunoaa The President lent to tha
Senate yesterday the following1 notnlnelloaei
Geo. A. Butler, CeL, to be Conaul General at
Alexandria, Egypti Altnon A. inompeon, oj
Michigan, ta be Consul at Goderlchi V. P.
Meigs, of, Tennessee, f be Consul at Moo
Urcddoi ia"a N.-Maeo,'6f 'Arkansas, td
be MlnlsUr Ea.ildsnt and Conaul General at
Llberlai Jamea JU1 Wearer, of West Vlr
gtal,to be Consul at Antwtrpi Darld J.
WUllameon, or uaiutiu, v vv..u
Callao.
Tni Pacipio Ba win Biai.-The
ifoneaCommlttee on PacUelUllroade yeater,
day morning agreed to extend the time for
lha completion or tne auu ainuiai
railroad. They also agreed upon a hill to
allow a Dal(in tStcllo and CntraPAeUo
roadl 10 iae a Jaalrat.' anil on. A .a
rUsth. IUneaalda .M?"?!l
road from cleyenae Walla "tai paint la
vnrfk.rr, Uaxlea. The committee of the
present Uoogreee has agraod npon a number
f Mile at thla character. Ttol will eearcej.
ly allow them to be passed thU Congreis.
Taa Cieansir ItrntrnaATiOii. Mo start-lladeVelep-eete
were made by the Mill,
tary Committee jeaterday. Sereral wltncssee
era examined as to the rumor exalnsi Mr.
Churchill, of Saw Tor, and tnclr arldence
waa of a nature to conruco tna oommiue.
that tha ronton wera not only fall e, but that
they were put In circulation front Un, basest
ofBtotlree. In tha-eaae of Mr. Corode, 11
le aald erldeaee waa found that ka had mad.
an .iotnaeaaml .oeUUe of Ui. district, but
M aUegallon U made that Improper Induce
menta were otTere d. "
TTwmtT KATUIBAX l&BTUXaVICAll fof
a eetaraTlartfetlaialttbVi-i of th
Oneldai editorials on (ha military ,nd naral
j-l . tk. nn.t.1 talaaranht lha aala of
cadetshlpa and other eckef,lmriortancc
full reportaof the Natlopal, reuHcin of
School Superintendents, religions and mla-
ceUaneona juttere r foreign' and domestlo
telegraphs, and general reading. Coplea
canbe obtained at the counter lo wreppen.
ready formamng.
beOilronk, U1 lUf ' "' request of
Biraber of Benitora and Repreaentatlree
who dcelre to e'amtna and criticise tt..These
.loge haraJiads pa tce M mataruiiau
tofWassrVnimMi'l . Btronr.lon T
strW,raoralagita. 1 bhlu .ouewhtre
the lorers or tine arts an i inritea to can ana
examine them.
The proofs J1 befonn eiaclj neuKi
of the orlglaall. Erery, Une and dot II re
produced, ae well aa the rcry pigment ana
material used by, the mast ters, themtetTee,
er,theyBrttYjactTlea pf theorlnals.
Red chalk drawlnge are r idered In that
material those In bistre aud o ehre pigments
are exactli IntiUtedi thi peoalar tint of the
paperhaa Wen. maintained. A-'togethe, It
Is Impossible that anything mora peifec Ut
thle line can ba produced.
To-night Senator Bumner audanontoer
of art critics will, by speolel Inrlutlon, tj lltt
Meiars. Smith A Strong's establishment a hi
gcaung to. pnrauAwi wi m.iew .v.i.w
the Ccmgrcltlooal Library.
Briti TixATion or Ninonii. Bin
Bniaxi. The case ot the first Natlolual
Jiak orWnuntTH agnail (ha State of Xjen-
lucky presents to lbs United stetca supreme
limrt, Where Itwaa Bow 'argued, the eriee.
lloo.wUlbAr7tle'uteAmrUr national
bank aharea and, pxatt the Amount or the
uxon the capital stOckof the tank from
thebankSltseltiihder forfeiture of Its char-.
ter. H not paid. The State of Kentucky
lerled a ux of Sfty cents on erery eha: of
100 of the capital etock or the banji, and
the Conrt of Appeats of the State affirmed
IN0.85.
- TtBAlt Da- OBAlft ABt !
jaaaiEaiT ItBrCDLICAlirAll .
TISATtOW
reat
oroaneral araat'aiadmlnlamUen doted,
When he tlellrcred bU lnadeunl 1 1 the
tbooiandi who assembled m thu ealt front
of, the National Capitol on dthdtyof
tarrn, lsoj, oeaeral Grant prualaed us a
DOIICT or fwnnAmv. tWrunahrflAor. Anrl n.
- -' lf 1 ' - -,-j
fomi atellglous rederaptloa of tbo oliUga.1
tlo.a layolred iMthnnaUonal debt til
maintenance of thi national honor aa, itlj;.
nitjofourroralga relations i a fallhre: ai-
ontton or la. laws; and that the Exec itlr
woald hare ne.poUcyof hlirown to arte
upougrees', in, bppoelUo to the w U o(
the people. Thelnlomlog Fresldont also
cordially kedco-aed Uaepropoaltlon then end.
leg for the esuhllshnient In lha aat onal
Constitution or ImMrtlat aultran. wltlout
regard to "race, colorpr prerlouj tond Itlott
ofscfrltude." ""
Bath and erery (me, of Utead fUageei tare
Men putbiuuyMdeemed, nd In, iceltf way
alio lascars the UrtMCTTope of futnre mi
perlty. The laws ot Ceagreee for the neon
ilrncllduotthe lately rebel States hare been
falthfnlly carried 'Out, and, excepting aome
few ramalalaz fonnalltloa In reference to
Psorgta aad Texas, tha political work of
' Joulhont restoration Is flnlthed. In the lm
portent araattere of economy, retrenchment
and reform the Treaenry ebowe a dear ga,a
otorera hnnjred millions of money (ln1Qa.
lojr xtmety-elght mlllloni reduction 0f the
debt) for the first year ot Grant ,,. ih. t.
year of Johnson and the -,,, ,t ,d
baa been reduced rro.,mo- tn, rblrtlea
lhe,rlghit1tcj.Ut;apd1 collect aa lr4( law; ro- antd forties tobe.eea nfteeu and sixteen
rfds7 boldfog that tW tax w,as not npon entl tha fJTieoulh amendment baa been
tha cestui sickle or the oar.r. but noon It a ratified ti the required three fourths or the
abares or stock belonging to prlrate holder , Bt&es, and ite proclamation as part or the
aod that the bank was merely made ,he
agent or the holder In the payment or the
Ux. The bank brloge the case there,, la.
slsllng that aa tha Ux ia lerled by a calcjula
lion of fifty cenU on eeun $100 of stock er
the hank, aud Is exacted oT the bank oae
eum, under penally oi twenty pel cer A, aud
forfeiture ot charter , It la clearly a ux on
the capital stocky aod not upon tho.earei,
and la regarded pj-ha 8UU aa a d am oi tne
hankandltilsurralttcd that at. the hank
dstlree Us exlsUn ee rrom the federal Got
crnment, and la a Gorarnmeati depoaltory.
hating all Its lUxklnTMted In. OoreramenU
securities, It carnnot be uxe or State an
Ihorttylnany form.
AlleaaaeraactBc
ikd.Vu ar aaoSwllTa tea aired waa. ta. rrei
-.rlaked,. - , t,.
m A al " -..-1 AshAttaai
itia-a a . . twi .
Aaaiiaara ,
Br coorrn d'wtmrB, Aoin
(SuMfiutU3a.U.HaUulra0L,) '
Boatkwati aoraar af PaaaiylTaala arta aad
Htvaalkaitat,
TRtJSIB B BALI OF A UiOXITlCB JBIll; J
toEBCI AMI OKOUHM ilTOATB JIITH-j
rasiHI fnSliOEl -in aaia i,gtw-iii
jtollTn . -I . . ... ,,- A
Uadtr aaa ar,U-a at a aaaa ai iruium eiaii;
J aad tttordtd II Llaar Taaa rm
ft a, 7, ruliaUalaLiaaa l Ui iaal raoardainl
forWaerklttwacaaairip, C ,71 wUI tall. aleNaf.
pakllta-Mir-Baa ttfdiUDAr.ka alal-iaTaf
kartliiA. 0 Will al A aTlatk. p. .. U fraai t
tba pfamlta atltkata pUfaa aad paraaUaf jraaad
JrU aad Mu U WMibMi iUf .D. &.ul
kaawa at lha wkoUT vUjJi, llaadllaadlha
toatkrtia)t;iBflkttirl)tit u u wiittiw
karad as karlaf a Croat af US ftal 111. tatkaa. e
tha waal aida af JUfU. atraal watt, katwaaa Xaii
alraala kartk. lUaalaaT kauk. la ft Mflsl Utta
kvlkai a-kata.Ual aad kaadiamn
IrlaiMlaft, a-4
aad laapra-fld
I
Tkraa tlairi)lrUk .raaUtaaa., wllk kiwa-a alai
eaaa an aaam- ae iriv Tee- aae-. iwi
arrlara n.auoa tka Braaalewi, ktradl
'Varataaf tlMOat lonrfk aaak. kaIaaTUia!
fwalva aad tlikuta noaU.a,ltk latarati a
a-rdatdor trail apoa tat prtnitM auiwi
:ataa aad rartaaatiaBipt BlMttafpartbaatri
.pr.,.lr.d atri- V'-jficntU.
iMat-at allaata-daa Pi
TlwBBla kTaaaaa aaiaiaiat rwBiaai
57a, li ika ViT'adwIakl.Itaa.ll tkal adaa. a,
paraal a( lead kaawa aaddaaarlkad aa Ika pljl ai
pUaat l alir aa let aaaiiara. A 1. reaaaeaUaa
Teiaiaar ealei Oaa Ikltd Ika ajaaaateaaa. aa.
kaa?e la Iwi Meal leelelMU al .aad IS
aaaataa ataer ia. a.r r " -".?
pairaaa.. a.w. a'- ,r.
.3
r sBTekaaart $XO aatk ra
If Ika taraia t aala araaal
aslava alaaf Bala tka VTOD
F,iLr f " X -1
.ka-alBdr) ttlaVy Taatia
, I, li lamr
tl'.
Nil.
tlaaaara
. ,,,OpticUiiB.. .
wit Pebbles or bthtr Spectacle by
inertly mn$iri) afeqt$tion.
n Optician, National SotiL
f.MU
rjOVIKHUIiTIALlOrAHTHKAClTBCOAt,.
BaADaVAKTiaaOiPABrMifTerTlialfiA. J '
urrioaoaitr iiafaaMABTBv
XioiMoaa. Ta . rakrmarr X). 1170. ,
WmkataidMpaMlaaaMUaatraBipBekaltU
LTKtakBTa, Va . tka Itk7 dar t Hartk 1IT0, a
lt of AatkraaiM Ga4jMttauUd ai aaraalrtnj
tOBt
CALigr quAPTf wiaaran hb,
' -AJJifoT QtfAtTlBVAwTip'flArrfcB.
Wlllkadalel
KiTtky, raiia aatl
ai aratrs-ioiBiBc,
GARDEN SEEDS!
OATALOatlES NOW READY.
100 B'&BKTel BABLT
EOBE POTATOES.
TJUtDllETUU .A Xtt A,
u.3taxi-sr xjxusjst,
jU4 tutT ika f atlatUaa
EABLT VALEHTI5B BE AH 8,
A. A n.av .IVaa ..rtaltaa.
-a.-..-.,.d a luatuuiiAiuaiD. uaaauiD.
aaiaaro., P l)..ak KlW? "t, L. MQ 1'I.sNT, LETTUCE,
"I ONION BETB. Ac
StElf OAT8, SEED CORN,
unADO aa&ua, la louanppiy.
CL9YfBtm93lIi nitOIURD,
t i t -rrartr SntItD.1, BLnit VjlAiiii.
wrrrtE cvoveb, ae, '
UWI( GRASSFtdW WSEED&t;.
OARDEN ANQ IIOItTlCULTUBAL
, TOOLS, in fuLf etock.
HOES, KAKE8, TOOLB.
SPADES, D1IILLS, Ac ,
OUANOS AWD AQBIOTJLTURAU IMPLE
MENTS, lo full supply.
PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, CULTtVA.
TOES, Ac.
. o . joilw a. nAteth,
AsitealtaraUsJ.laad WaTakoaaa,
tl.laaaaa.ikal Blalkei leaUlla
Ix tbb BatrtTT; Corar yesterday. In the
case'ofCoyla rs. Clarke, Mr. JtckAon,one or
theconnsel, maae appucauon tofseimsiav
tka iale-otreat estate. Amoiifctte'r'reAAOns
gtren, Mr. Jackstin iaid, (aa appear, jmr
conri report) thai the common custom Is
that real eataU autd nnasr decree should
first be adrertlied Id 'he ipapeH '"wSlng
Larre and general circulation In tha "com-
jonnltywherethaprppcrltl situated, bat
tnat tola prciwj wa. uuipimvw,a.
R.rOTTjcAand'AiVrPera Turing such
large and general circulation, but li (he
Careitlrlr, which had not.
.. OveaataK i a fTattaa A f ta AveSa rvrrtavarvf ttia
SB) WUPJa,a ikUBkBUkli I iavaAvwwa aaA(i-v -. w-e
Sunday JTiraU will herafTUr U locatad at m elect!
No.03SlutHatirta HMinftnn -jati.
itreeta. To-morrow'd luoa wlU b.ok of
rr txceUac II bw nuocr rt ten
tiemwiyiAO hTe4tn4'fof Uatoielrei tii
enTUUa poaltlOD U jonniAJUt-, ana tberr
bare dttonolat4 to tofua aiwirJlfo Into tluo
paptr aol ok ft tvwelcoma TlUf Jiito
BTflry houiehoU la tb DUlrlot. Tbo Tery
but tjueat bAj own iwaaj p xu-i&aw to
Ibo Sunday IhrtHt aad in orljinal and
racy HaAilei U will W 144 i ppr that
will Kfie-tt crllt 01 ItB StW pWrjtrielor., aod
will b aTaJoavbla atyjalakton to tba newt
pa pec lUaratar- of Un alij.
pabUI aoli,a
ilafall a't.aak. i
, a qaBBlIrr of Qi
1aV.
at Ika Dapoi
laarurnaitar
tartB,.altfala. aBiUlla la part af Car-P-aUra1.
Baddltra,- aat maaktmltba' Taolei
Vf.tir Baoktu. Ckalai. Dtka.Okatrt Oau Hota.
llaraaaa, Uralalaakt, LaaMrai. Kott Matl.fltt-.
tan aopptraaa iiaaaa niTa mib .-
IkaiL tCaak Biawdkav. lo4ria FraaMi laVlk. SCAAt
ItBf . aioTtl, ConmeaQvJJaaia.
iariai aiaaiusif at .ta.
Br erdtr af tka qaaVttnaaarar Otni
a TUUBll.
CaptalaaadU 1I..A.
HB aWIK- (aalkuat .wiaaaeiam
C ALB Of TIJBL.q BUILOlgQi, " '
UiAPv,aiiaibirABTMtjiTtVuaii(Ail
llBBtna (Tail V tiB ABTBBktABTBa. I
.. KtoiKDaB.yA.raaiaatrJtO.lFTO. I
WlllfiBioliTaj ntikllo aatlioa. at lt)alk.a
PHB
oldkt nakila aatlioa. at
HMttJ.4ftMiM!
ataUd bj Uallad btattarn
tsb.lS70.il
ripi al
Tariat Cath, a )tal tarriatr, 9 a tbf d7 of
UrorJirof Ika .tarltrBttaltT OtatraJ Ualta4
Bllllllinr . rf, u uninvbiii
lfrtilColBe.hdi)tr klat U A I
iriia
E-mttO;fBj,-Nur tb ctotoo( tbe
brilltAvot ief oa of tbo Tarepa faosa opera
troupe, aoTU. luff tbalb tald laudator of
thdrperfortiaacea may bo taken aa eaadld.
Tbe Teoderlac of MTbo MarrlsA of rifBro
waia rrelj etulled repreaeQUtloo, aod
tbo pUul.U U dtWclted from a rtfloed and
coltlratatd. aa well as fthtoaUd audience
attaited. la aa appreciative aenw, Ibo freat
merit of tbl company. Partpa, "8a
anna.' exhibited a noacbalant action and
anarcbiitoiof maanerla bar bj.plaj tbat
wa q jXa captlTaUos. Ulaa jXIereoa and
Mrs. Scffnlo( aa tbe Connteea and tbe Page,
were ucellepU WbateTir aMk of p?wer In
tbe formeri rolce Is amply aioned forln h4r
asa-atiAt. And tAALAf-t aaA Wi.F-HVa.
stage deportment, and tbe Tleb contralto f
.be latter. BdUd u ner cnarminc twimr,
vent ibo laTor or all proaeou Tfecao sacb,
UdyarfUtVi seldom arrar lon opcratlo
entenjBeatj J 1
Vr. Camnbell tmprores. There was notb-
log oreYdot-e la bts peToo,Uon of Flgaro,and
bo wai la ozenllent Tolce last n.gbt. Mr.
lawrcnea aad Mr. nail wcto well up In luelr
rwpccUio nie,nnd the Uttlo iKr. Segnln
bad to do la tbo piece was. M uiaal, la bis
bwtt Iritmbtablo style, ta sbort, It was a
complete -poilonnance.
ThU afternoon, at tbo matinee, Tra Dla
Toto, (Anbftts ipligbtly composIUon,) will
be aTnaaikC tonlgbl tbo new piece by
lUirs.beApjtrlUa'a Dangbter," wUI ba
.relented as tbslr parting entertslnment.
UU tolrftboped .Jut thoy will ntani tre
TwaVAdtwrr t. TiratlfAaTW Ciaatiaa
fioatoaaasiowdk DarHirioiivD, dttoatch
tma bean raeelred from Goraraor Hold.a by
the North Carollnm Seaatora relatlre to tbe
Taeauef In tha Vearth district, occasioned
hy the reelpatW of DewMee, who .old hi.
caielahArl, XWdn askai for adrlce about
therpnrprlttx or holding an election to fill
the acancr for. the present UongretA, It le
tka opinion of Senators Abbott and Pool
tllUbeJftrfibltcerjcAncArrylbo dUlrict,
though It vaa close when Deweese was
elected. TW. la attributed le) the fact that
X)eweese waa unpopular, and wa'e regarded
Atfocutbar ae an onsuiuhle adectlon. n ta
thoirght that tho ltepubtlcana Will nominate
5lm' Harris, a, negro, who Is said to be rery
Dopnlar'rjor only with hie own race sat
wjtU the, bites'. If he la nomlnatftd, fleae
iorAbboUlhtakihrwUl carry tbe dlslrlcU
1X waa a prominent candidate when Dt
waaaA. waa .omtnated. And. wonld hare
beaten nlfc hUhc made an cttotk At that
V !.. ta af. vSsfj .fn.MaMi awnnJI eWrrti nan
ktiugii ireaai Aaua twiisiueiiu awuia aauvj vhi
tie part of tbo Repnbllcans of tbe Sontb tq
pnsb negroes forward for Congress, and
Harris, wbo U reported a sensible fellow.
.wiAJtyd (iisbaitAitelfjFimlftftnt.
ItutJ Ibo lei has been Avar bfokopjby
1 of the negro Senator Rerels, tbo
Southern JVepabllcans, especially tbo black
wtntrof thetartr. feel no farther delicacy
fXbfint londUuc negroes to Congress. lit Is
probable that botb Deweese and Whlttemore
will be sncfeoaM Utbe Xloaso by negroes.
IfasA. Cor, Xtn York JtiraU.
supreme law of ibo land we are expectlog
treryday.
Tbe doctrine of cUll and political tonality,
regardless of race or color, baa not only been
tborongbly recognised by tbo President la
appointing colored men to positions of honor,
trait and profit, but a colored gentleman to
.sy'occujJw la tbe United States Sen ate the
seat occupied byJefforsoa Darts la lEttl
'Aslbo New York JTirati feour ki i
"The first Tear of aaa.Qrant'a admiols
tratlon thai beomes memorable la blstorr
as markloe tbe complete abolition of tbe
dril and polUlcal disabilities of tbe African
racolnihf United States, and aa marking
tbe beaconing of tha new dispensation of
Impartial intfrije an Jr tbo lopcrTlslon of
arvogrxaa."
Tbo New Tork Tlnm. commenting npon
tbo tncooes cf thoAdmlnlslratlon, isms np
tho grand hod glorious record for one year
Ai follow:
-Tbe record is a grand one, ana cjuIIt
summed np. Tbe disabled Butea are all
healed, and tbe last one of them will toon be
represented Id Conmssj tbe ratification of
the fifteenth amendment to the Federal Con
sUtvtloalsassnrodi a year of retrenchment
and economy has resulted In a redaction of
tbe pabllo debt to the extent of orer BIOO,
000,000, with a gold balance In tbe Treasury
of over $98,000,000) tbe gold premium has
fallen steadily to 114W. and there Is ererr
prospect that la reasonable time tbe finan
cial pronien, which looked so dimcmt a year
ago, win solre Itself by reramptlon.
In jcddltlon to these solid accompllabmeets,
tbe President has strongly pronounced In
st. A-mm aatT aaexaeMU fctv taSDt
of at least $W,0qu,Uju a year, a measure
which Is most earnestly demanded by tbe
DooDlc. and rreised mxinConirress. It
mains to be seen If the latter will respond to
druq itobb. orrOBiTB
-ttt Ttnpla. rraihtftaaSiratatTts lU
!
r0QQUUa
J BfBMttB TBI
waak Pattol
WWi
IBS firiX OB 1AL1AT IBM
Tbb Bxiiati CommltUe) on the District of
Columbia has fixed, IondaTvextto hear
both aides on tha' propoaect UrrlwrUl.Ull,
and they reauoet all person Inlaruled In
said bill, either for or agalast tl, to appear
before them at that timet. The committee
has also authorised Senator Jjewls to re port
back, the bill authorising the corporation or
Washington to inhscrlbe to the capital stock
or tha Point Lookout Railroad Company,
wllk an amendment which prorldee that bo-
fore subscribing to the stock thecjaoatloa
must b submitted, w a role 0 the people,
and It two thirds are In faror thereof, the
etock to be Uktn, otherwllo It cannotbe
done.
EawnvieilUaDia irjarfiini.T'i
Cili. rox faoora m IMI. Henry J. Uos
merwia enrolled ae a prlrate II tha iSth
regiment or Masueknselu rolunteers In
July, IMl.ln response to the President's
proclamation-In May of that year, calllar
.forTOluuteer. and aerrel Bntn January,
1803, when be was discharged on snrgeon's
certificate of annieeei for tha serrlee, by
reaion of ilckneis. By tha, general, orders
of the War Department erery man who en
tered the serrlco under that call was prom
ised 1100 bounty when honorably dis
charged. The snhseonent act af Congress,
ratiryinginia act ot ma auecuure, prorided
tpal each soldier should reeelrotlOO bounty
when honorably dUcharged, after a ecrrlco
of twoyearsi hnlotkeramoudmenUso far
modified this act al to allow those dis
charged on account of wounds to, hare the
bounty, without baring lerred the two
year!. No such protlaloa, howerer, was made
In raTOT 91 lucres Fere discharged for dls
abUlty'i by reason of sickness, before the ex
nlrAtlaa at two raara.
lynontuer brought call In tke Court of
Biirm'i Atnorrrjii. The agent of Mr.
nAaelUaakr Phlladeloklav kali est arrlred
In thle city with a magnificent assortment tClilmiTwhere tt recorired Jadgmaut for
of Brann'a antotTDea. or conlea of the orlat
- --t-"----,--. -, --m-r -, "-
nai arawinct ortni great masters taken
from the galleries or Vienna, the Lourre,
florence, Venial, IWanBaiCT, Saxe Wei.
mer, the Vatican, ltemei the llsttue Chapel,
and .pltlerea of (he lUtalrri ertflofeace.
The coltectton cdmprlies speclmifisleMcted;
from S,W0 paintings, emhraetng all aeko.it
fiota the time ofTerogtno to the pressut
day. Thll exhlhlllonhai attracted a great deal
Jof attention In Northim clUci, u4 It has
amount, the Court holding that contract
existed,) under the call and enlistment, be
tween thi claimant aud the Gorernmenl,
which the courts would enforce. The Gor
ernmenl appealed to tbe Ualted. AUtea Su
preme Court, where the case was now ar
gued, thi Attorney General eonUudlng that
thi claim, wa Teltd paly under the law, and
thai (here could be no recorery In tha case,
as the act of Congress had not provided for
tbe cui of discharge for sickness.
tbo demand ak readily and as gracefully aa
tne rreiiaent, or vnetner it wiu, ny reiutiog,
mar tha grand record which has thus far
been made.
So far ae the Prestdeot Is concerned, no
better record could hare been hoped tor, no
more successful aehlerement expected, eren
by the most sanguine. Tbe people surely
hare reason to bo satisfied with the frulu of
the first year or Preeldent Granl'e adminis
tration, and to regard the rutnro with confi
dence. Tra. Eetlpa. .f Ancwst &ael.
The Uonae yeeterday referred to the Com
mittee on Printing the Senate bill to print
S,S0O extra coplea of the reporu made uader
the direction ot the United Sutcs Narat Ob
ecrratory of the tout eclipse of the inn in
August, lJWr -The bill glres 1,000 copies to
the Senate, 3,000 to the House, and 600 to
the superintendent of the obeerratory for
distribution amoag eeleallflc bodice aod tn-dlrlduala.
Contalnleg, aa these reports do, the resulte
of the moet carefal obaerratlone madowlth
lustrnmentsJ wllk all the latest lmproye-
ments, and uken at points extending across
tha continent, by men eminent for tbslr
eeisntlfie attainments, they eontaln data for
the consideration of.thn world of science
which will lead to much careful considera
tion and atndy, aud without' doubt to the
derelopment of yaluable Information lo re
lation to the eolar and planetary systems.
Tha bill will probably bo reported back
dirtnt;the coming week and passed.
Gold Still Qorxa Dowx. Gold hae had
another tumble, the, prlco last, erenlug tre
ellnlagtolKwklokilt the (oweit Unco
August is, lscci. .ne imtneoisxa precipi
Utlug cause in thle InsUnce la tho remarka
ble exhibit of the harean of statistics at
Washington, showing that dqrlpg the first
nalfot tha present fiscal year oar exporte
hare been within two minion dollars of our
Imports, leaelog the leferencfl that we hare
shipped many millions of Gorcrnment bonds
and railway securities to foreign countries
the balance of trade Is In our faror and
Earopo largely our debtor. Brer alnea the
war our Imports kayo greatly exceeded our
exports, and tbe balance has been made up
by shipping specie and American securities.
It turn, out, howerer, that wa hare been
produdoK so Industriously ia the interim of
peace that despite our extraragant Importa
tions, wa are able to pay our foreign debt in
kind. Heoco the European demand tot our
flre-twentlee 'and railroad securities la
placlng-ua en the creditor aide of tbe ac
count and giring us an lmporutlon ot
foreign oaplul, which only goes to still fur
ther dereloo our resourcee aud enable us
one of these days to extlnirulsh the national
debt altogether. JV. Y. 2mXJ, tlA.
It will M seen by reference to financial
tUtemenU elsewhere that gold fell farther
yesterday to US;,'.
. 1 11 1
Taa Toeicco Tax. A delegation of to
bacco men was beforo the Committee of
Ways and Mean! yesterday with reference
to the reductlbn'ot the tax on tobacco. They
recommend a epeclfic duty or elxtcen cents
on tobacco of all description.. Th.y rep
resent that thi dlflVenco In the reronue
from thle reduction will be rcry1 slight, aud
they agreed that, ae redaction bad been made
on all necesaartes, It ahonld bo made 00
tobacco also- Trie committee, howerer, do
clln. to look upon lobaco aa a necessity, lut
regard It rather aa a luxury. The argameat
of the delegation, therefore, baaed npon the
asiumptioit that It Is a necessity, will hare
no weight wlpl the committee,
Sixatob.. Karxu, doeUaea to recelro rltl
tors or cards wnlli the Senate Is lo session.
In this practise be follows the example of
Senator Bumner
Fbow tbb puollaherawe hare "Utiell'e
Llrlng Age" for March b It contains art!
cles of greet Intersil.
Tbb London JTmci of yeiterJey, In an sdl.
torts, intimates that the Pacific railroad
win extirpate ilormonlsu In America lu
, due course of time.
SlMEWSBYCABtES
J f- - Mm. .-aa-
. aBjVl1fflflf
rrooa)dsiaa la rarltanaasil An
..Irtara Xa4Ura1 Bhal Ullifsf
UttWM, Jlkrcb 44n tbe House of Com'
mono to-day Lord Xlcbo gate notice of a
molloa to tbo effect that the OoTernmeat!
firpjtict for tnalntalnlng army reserros, ad
vtborlsod by tha Wat, Secretary ywterday,
U uWlUfactory.
Itr. Otway, tho Under Secretary of Ibo
Tortlga Departrntnt, referring to tbo San
Jnea oontroreny, sJd that tea roar's occu
pancy of. the bland of Ban Jaan bad cost
tbo Gorsnmsat .23,000, besides salaries
aad other charges.
Tbo ftstinMter General nude another ex
planation la regard to the aeutUfattory
uadlttoa of tho postal telegraph ien.ee.
He ascribed tbe delays at London and Lirer
pQotwhlth bad caased so much complaint,
to tbo right of priority conceded to members
ttrfjkbs. Stock aEKehaoge. for whoso conTO-
niencn o&nsr cotTsepoulonU had to wait
Tho noose engaged ta a prolonged dlicii..
sloa of tbo narml eatlmaUa. which was fbl.
lowed by a debate, p tho malt tax. Tha
unanceuoror tka Vrehantter demonatrata
tbe AdraiAM 0f ,ho milt Ux orer the beer
i.- . . .. . . ,
The former was complicated oa ac
count of tbe great rsrlety of the qnallUes la .
the articles taxed, wlthoataettogonellher
subject, tbo House adjourned.
Lord Napier appeared to-day before the
Pari leun aata rv ftmliva on tha f!mt of tha
Abyssinian War. He testified that tbe com
missariat of tbe expedition drew Its sop
pjlsa from India and elsewhere. It was ho
llered that Abyssinia could furnish nothing.
and this assumption was Joitlfied by subse
quent ereots.
Loxdoiti March 4 Another atrrarlaa
crime Is reported In Ireland. Patrick Dunn,
of King's count, was shot and killed for
retaining bis holding la spite of repeated
menacea. Th"e murderers bare not btcn
discovered.
VBtAWtJll. '
rrtbBltaar Miralf-Car.lB
jB.MhUe.ra at HOrtbi.
Paris, March 4. It Is reported that a
manifesto from tbe Emperor will appear oa
tholfilh Instant, the birthday of the Prince
Imperial.
Archduke Albert, of Austria, who Is here
oa a rult to the Emperor, will make a lour
of the seaports of France, learlog Paris next
Monday.
The French authorities baro discovered
numbers of Caxltsls In tbe south of France,
and sent them north. In some cases the
officers wete obliged to me farce. Among
those compelled to return was Gen. Ello,
HbUCICO.
Tlia H vol a Men la. Macallan A Da
lUbtfail Coaialrr rr at al Brat-deaiea.
Bam Fhaxcisco, March 4 Ad rices from
MaiaUan are to the 331 of February. Gen.
Vega had finally entered Sloaloa and Issued
bis proclamation ignoring joarea as -'resident
of tbo republic.
Tbe day after tbe proclamation was pub
lished the town of Kosarlo waa captured by
Van Danaoraies. ueo. r ana issued a pro.
nunclamento during the absence of the
troops from Maxatlao, and a raid was made
on the fortress, but the revolutionists were
repulsed and forced to retreat.
Col. Galderas had pronounced In faror of
Veja.
Got. Robll left Mazatlan ostensibly to
raise troops, bat tbe general belief Is that be
took adrantago of the opportunity to abscond.
The foreign merchants had held a meeting'
to organise a) guard for mutual protection,
but It was deemed unnecessary at present.
Apian to asaasslnalo General Daralas,
the principal officer of tbe Federal GoTern
ment la Maiatlan, had been frustrated,) and
sereral of tbo leaders In tbe plot were ar
rested and condemned to be shot,
Gentrel,VeJa was expected la Maxallan
within ten. days
Hands of guerillas were trarerslog the In
terior of tba State, commuting IndUcrlml
nate robberies and murders.
ink IHOlABTai.
Tbo Pra r: tka OwtmlsiC -
att--a.Tllar Slu tLataial ffyeCaraUla.
naa:aCWhll BHtUra, ( ,
BraiVUIIi, airCH f. UCD. tLBXen, COB11 I
mander of te aOephr-tot of tho ArkanUs, i
waoarnrea neiTestvuraariromuioiaaun
eoontry, lMrnlsbea tbo JtyUin tbe fcillow-
log account orofaars In thai country
All the tribes 6f Iq41ads la tte douliwrat
bold a coUncU at Aatelopo Hills last Decem
ber, and gn-ersTly reo4 bat ft war of ex.
termlaatloa should be Inaugurated against
the whites" lb th,e f prfog. Since then their
policy has thanged, aad tbo Ampaboci,
Klowai, CbeyVtmes anj otlii BoutL western
trlbos hare been peaceably loeHaed Mth
care on tbe Vrtcf he. poTirnment good
order can be BwlaUlnedw
An tmjforUfl council of ill the wild tribe
that remain will bo held on the north Fork
of tb6 Usiadlaa tf af, oa tbo 30th Instant,
under the auspices of Superintendent Itoaf.
Us bbjeci Will t,tq securs pke aaoaj tbe
Ulbeo boatlle to each other.
Tbe prospects of success are jtaroribte
Tho Quaker, mission U extending Its In flu
enco and working well among tbo Indians
on tbe reaerratloni.
Tbe Influx of railroad acAnti is benlonlnir.
Tbe subsidies of land tot railroads are dolog
much harmA and endangering tholntefcsls
of the wblUs now settled la that country.
They are becoming sueb a nalsanco thai tbe
Cberokeas hare commenced wanOn tbe
whites to learo tbe territory.
Most of tbo Indians claim bat tbe result
of opening their lands fo general acttlcmeot
mttipe td reduce nine Uulhi of tbem to beg
gary la fire years, through tho cheating
propensities of the whites. Tbe more Intel-
llgent acknowlodgo Hut the country Is too
large for their use, and faror tho reduction
of tbe reeerratlone to one elthlh of their
present dimensions, gtrlng tbo members ol
tribes wbo chose to become complete till-
sens lands, to on selected by them self el,
aad tbo rest to bo plaeed npon reeerraUous
nnder iba fame arranrementa is now.
Tha TAit eorintrt thus freed from. Indiana
rls to bo throvurionen ta settlers. In ibis
manner it is claimed that the former pledges
of the Government can be mora nearly tar
ried out.
Genillailo states that (be country through
southern Colorado- and New Mailed Is
raptdly settling. Before another year Is
orer erery rslley along the southern tribu
taries of the Arkansas, from Fort Lyon to
tho mountains, will be dotted with coloalii
similar to those which passed through here
lately en route for the Wet mountains. He
describes the country west and southwest of
Foil Lyon as rich In agricultural and mln
eral prod-cUous. aad capable of sustaining
an immense population.
TUB I'ACiriO COAST.
ecru.
Sraaawaldt'a As aaaa In on Trial-
aeaaraJprdana xtaalcaatlon Cn
Tirmed. Hatajia, March 4. A court-martUl for
the trial of Seamara, the assassin of Green
waldt. Is now la session.
Later adrlcee from the lniumcllonary
districts confirm the report of Gen. Jordan's
resignation of the chief command of thi
rebel forces. The appointment was made to
Napoleon Arrsngo, and was finally conferred
oa Bcmbetta.
TUBDOHIKIOM.
.Lattera frona Prlnea Arihor Pr
eadlatsisf (b Daralatlan Patrlla
nianl. Ottawa, Mirch 4. Colonel Llphlntlone,
the mentor of Prince Arthur, has written a
letter to the Speaker of tho Dominion House
of Commons warmly thanking In the name
of tho Prince the members for tho welcome
extended to him, pronouncing the ball In
bis honor unequalled by aoythlog ho bad
seen on this side of tbe Atlantic. Also, an
other letter to Colonel Barnard, saying the
manner In wblcli he has been received by
all classes has deeply touched blm, and
called forth on Ms pert a feeling of deep
affection
la the House of Commons last nlxbt Mr.
Laagerlne stated thai tbo Gorernmenl wonld
ask for an appropriation for completing tbe
lerels and the canals.
Sir J. Ai McDonald said It was not tbe
Intention of the Government to Issue any
licenses to foreign fishermen during the en
suing year, and that It was tbo Intention of
lbs Gorsrnment to take steps to protect the
rights of Canadian fishermen.
This announcement was recclred with
cbeen.
Sir Francis Hlnks stated that confidential
communications were pauiug between Ot
tawa ana wMuugioa nuaure to recip
rocity which, la tbe present unfinished
state of the negotiations, would not be laid
beforo tbe House.
No difficulty Is presented on this side of
the lino to free commercial intercourse with
tho Utltad States, '
Tni! PCa-LatAlf PALACE tJAttB.
A Total attjtjepoly of Heap on ibe
cstrsv f .'
PaiLADBLraiA, March 4. Papers were to
day finally executed transferring to the
Pullman Palace Car Company all tbe cars,
equipments, patents, and contracts hereto
foro belonging to the Central aud Southern
and Transportation Companies. By this ar
rangement the PaTUnaa PaIaco Car Com
pauy acquires the right to run cars orer six
thousand miles of addlllpnAl railroad, as
well as tbe entire ownership of all sleeping.
car patents, the right to ran wblcb has been
la IHlgeUoa between the Central and Pn)l-
man Companies
Waller Brown has gone to Pittsburg to
make a rowing match wltb James Coulter.
Treasure from Haalco Maarlr o
JtllUtm Coined In Fakratary-Tbe
2TwHoxleaa DlseoTerlaanf Allvar.
Sam FaAHCisco, March 4. Tho steam
ship Continental has arrlred from Mexican
ports with $100,000 la tress are.
The eolssge at the branch mint in this
city during themonthofFebrnary amounlod
to .1933,000, lacUdlng 15,000 ia, allrw.
Tho rich mineral deposits recently d.s
eoTcrad la New Mexico, of which mention
was made la yesterday's dispatch1, are sit
uated near tbe boundary line of ArUooa
Territory, and la tbe heart of tbo Apaehe
country. No smatt party of whites can
safely Tenture la tbe neighborhood of tbe
mines, as ,tbA Indians ate.) tertely hostile.
The alseottrera lodled tkeh elalms about
tbe first of February, and brought a quantity
of ore to this cty. It, consists of, blue and
black sulphurated' illrcr ore, assaying as
bJghaa,000aton.
Tho principal trade consists of a mass of
sllrer ore 3.C00 feet In length, 1,000 feet la
width, and projecting 1.000 feet aboro tho
level of the. earns ndlnf oouuiry. Tba dis
tanced from welIdeffoed points to the mines
are; glren aa follows i From tbo lino o( tbo
projected Southent Pacific railroad, 3 miles
from Fort Brown, 40 miles from tba Mlta
bree settlements, 80 mUesj from Plnos Al
tos, 100 miles from MesslUa, 130 vUeaf
from fiaiDlego,OG killeSt frfcra Sheridan,
i where supplies mult be obtained, 800 miles.
There Is an abundance of wood, water, and
grata In the neighborhood and some fertile
land.
TUE tf'flSinU, KTKAJKBB.
AnVnknotfis Bloaanor Beennl Ban
Probabilities of Usr Bafalr.
Bostov. MaVU 4. CaUaia HaffTrJ. of
(be bars Edward Aonnedy, arrlred here to-
Ly rrom urerpooi. lie reports that at 3 a
., FebnutryUtb,la latitude 48, longitude
85, he passed a long, low propeller, appa
rently lying itUI, and beadlog west north
west, a flUer showed waly one briebt llabt at
heir masthead. No other lights were visible
Intheeabln'Of about the decks'. Bhe had
three, pasts, and waa square rigged forward,
with top-sail halliards. To all appearances
the steamer was in good condition, and bore
no OTidenco or naring met witn any disaster.
Captain Hafflrca statu that bo passed near
enouga to receire any communication ir it
had been desired. Heard steam escaping.
" A report Is current hero that thla steamer
was the missing City of Boston, of the Io
nian line, and the agent of tho company in
this city Is of opinion that It msy bare been
so, as the description given corresponds with
her rigging, Ac, but there is considerable
doubt oa the subject.: for tho reason, that
Captain HaCres did not obserra her ferj
particularly, and her general appearance
was like that of other steamers employed la
the Atlantic trade.
Tbe steamer seen was also heading In th
opposite direction from that which the City
of Boston would take on bet yoyage. It It)
possible that It mayi Wvs been tbo Oltypf
Boston, If the bad lost her rudder or Injured
her machinery', which would account for her
temporary itcTpagq In mld-occan.
tiaUlhlE.
Attempt Bra.- Jail Tba Keeprs
Beverelj llnrt A Hnrdtrer Con-
vlcted.1
1Ipktihodo, Pa., March 4-ThIs morn
ing Oonrad Uodfrtod Bohrer, one of the
murderers of the Felghtel family, attempted
to oscspo from jail Tho keeper had occa
sion to enter Bobrer's cell, when the pris
oner struck blm on the head with bis hand-.
enfis, catting blm so verily. Taking tbo,
keys rroa me Keeper's pocjeec, Bohrer
threw tbem Into the cell of Bodenbarg, the
other murderer, telling blm to eomeoot, tut
he refused.
The Jailor called for help, and another
prisoner came to tie assistance, and struck
Bohrer sereral times oa the head with a
poker, cutting blm stTrrety.
DwaoiT, March 4.-Thfj trial of Michael
Coslcllo for the murder of ex.Pol.ceman
Hugh KauecsmtiBJt.iU. ended to-Jay
with a yerdlct of guilty of murder In the
first degree.
Costello, after being Ironed, walked out of
tho court-room with an air or Indifference,
protesting bis Innocence
TUB LI QUO B TBAPaTIO.
HeMUtf or HaeiTrTere on4 Dealers.
CmciavATi, March 4 A meeting of Cin
cinnati rectifiers eoddeatars lo whisky to-day
adopted resolutions declaring that spirits
should be taxed for revenue and nothing
elsoj that the preseat ivitem of collecting
revenue Is too complicated aad dstalled) Is
erroneous, and should be changed so as to
allow all the Ux to bo paid at once, and pe
titioning Congress to bo change tbo law as
(0 allow all tbo Uz on spirits to bo paid at
tbo distillery or dUtllUogwnxehoasesi that
a spoclal lax be fixed In Hen of tho recti f; in g
Ux oa sales that all dlsttnetloos between
wine and liquor d osiers and other merehanu
bo romoTad, and that all dljcrimlnallons
.against commerce la distilled spirits after
lbey become merahaodlso sboald bo aLoI
Uhed A eommltteo was appointed to pro
feed to Washington to secure tbe adeqnaU
Icgtslatlon. The moettag rsqussU the send
ing of similar commltues from fit Louis,
Chicago and PliUa-WpkUu and that sups
beUksn to organise a Uqoor dealer s' a:so-clatloa.
TCStBKSSEE.
Tbo I slslaturo to Adjowrn Monday
a Ptorlafon rr Iko payment of
Blaco Debt or Interoat.
NAsnrfLLet, March 4. There was no
quorum la the House to-day, and will not bo
daring tho remainder of the session, which
will close on next Monday. Tbe financial
policy for tho year has been completed, and
no provision made to pay the State debt or
Interest. The general tax law will raise
only a sufficient amount to Day the BUU
Government and Comptroller's warranU In
the hands of those to whom they were Issued.
MISSOVBI.
Tbo Bible In Ibo Pablle SJihoola.
St. Louis. March 4.Tho BUU Senate
to-day adopted a constitutional amendment
prohibiting the appropriation by .BUU,
county or local aulbomies oi any pumw
moueva for secUtlaa edacaUonal purposes.
In the Housq aa amendment to permit
Bible reading In tho public schools was
voted down.
aLaataat T tea; rap tie BroTlttM.
Ex-Aodltor Wlckllfle, of Loiilsleaa, was
arrested yMterday oa the charge of tm bo
iling f 300,000 worth of SUto coupons. In
default of 150,000 ball he was sent to prison.
A meeting of tbe corporators of tbo Chesa
peake and Cincinnati railroad waa held la
Cincinnati yesterday. This Is tbo river
route with the Caitern terminus opposite
Guayandott. Resolutions were adopted pro
viding for a preliminary surrey, and appro
priating 14,000 for this purpose A tem
porary orgaolsntloa was effected by the
election of George H. Pendleton as presi
dent, Joseph Kenley secretary, and D. F.
Woodrow treasurer.
Portland, Maine, baa commenced to pay
gold or its equivalent for her municipal
coupons
A dispatch from New York says It was
understood then yesterday evening that
Government detectives are looking for a rev
enue officer believed to be a defaulter to tho
amount of $50,000. The name cannot yet
do given until tne accused Is atrestoa.
Wm. Chambers, who shot and killed D.
S. Voorbles, a prominent eltlxen of Brooklyn,
recently, will be tried next Monday.
Mr. Seward has accepted an Invliatloa to
receire his friends la the Commoa Council
chamber at New Tork next Monday.
Gov. Bedell, tbo Democratic candldalo for
Governor ot New Hampshire, has written a
private letter to Mr. Outtcrfltld, ot the
iVrtof, sUtlng that be has no intention or
withdrawing from the coolest, and that tbo
substitution of Mr. Flint's name on tbo
ticket has been done by the central commit
tee without consulting blm.
Tho steamer Druid has returned to Hall-
fax from Sable Island, where she has been
cruising in search of tbe City of Boston, but
obtained no Information of tbo missing
steamer
Rev. Dr. McCIIntock, of tbo Methodist
church, died at Madison, If. ., a. T o'clock
yesterday morning.
Tho steamer Richmond was sold at wian
bus, Ky., yesterday by the United States
marshal to St. Louis parties lor siw.iaw.
About six weeks ago Mary Kern, aged 13
years, was Attacked by several roughs In
Philadelphia, who attempted to steal her
pocket-bookt but falling la this, cut off her
hair with a razor Bhe became sick from
fright, and died yesterday morning. No
arresU were made.
Tho Monarch sailed from Anuapolls jti
terday for Portsmouth, England.
DaparlntenS orAsrrBenltnro.
Dr. Edward Palmer, long and favorably
known to the scientific world from bis col
lections In Batoral history aod Indian eth
nology in our southwest territory, has lately
returned, from an extended tour through
New Mexico, Arttona and Northern Mexico,
where he has spent tho" greater part of a
year la continuing his researches In that
InUrestlng region, nndsr tbe auspices of tbe
Department of Agriculture, tbo Smithson
ian lastltuts, and the Army Medical museum.
Ills collections, forwarded from time to time
to these tostlt ntlons. Include large and very
valuable sets of living and dried plants,
frulu, seeds, and vogeUblo fibres, besides
InsecU and economic products, and a great
variety of articles of Indian manufacture,
HI nitration their peculiar modes of life.
Those Utter collections have never been ex
ceeded la value and Interest by any Govern-
ment explorations, aud have been efibctod
solely by the Industry and perseverance of a
single individual working with his own
haada. only calling to bis aid the military
am of the Government when bis personal
safety required It In the way of eacorC
Of the living planU and seeds collected, a
complete set will be planted ta tbo propa
gating houses or the Department or Agricul
ture, where their peculiar economic uses can
be best studied and made known Co enljjva
tors at home and abroad. Duplicate speci
mens will be distributed to differed horti
cultural esUbllshmenU la this country and
Europe. Tbo Insects will bo classified
and figured by Professor Glover, ento
mologist of tho Agricultural Department,
and tncorpbrated la bis extensive work Illus
trating the entomology of tho United BUtes.
The collection of dried plants, Including
qulu a number of new speclei,wlll be placed
In the department herbarium, and tbe dupli
cates distributed to worklog boUn Ists In this
country and In Europe.
Tho balk of Dr. Palmer's collection, In
twenty-seveu boxes, U now dally expected
from Sin Francisco, and whin received will
comprise an addition to tbe sclontlflo mate
rial of the Institutions referred to of whWi
tho enterprising contribute may Justly feel
proud. m
Tus Russian Emperor has sent a comma
nlcatlon by utejrraph to theGovernment au
thorities al Washington and Pekln, express
ing his profound sorrow for the affliction
both nations must bear In tbo death of Hon,
Anson Uurllogamoi
Gov WARUOUTDaOf Louisiana, has Issued
a proslaraallon calling an extra session of
the Legislature, to commence on Monday,
aad to continue; ten day.,

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