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VOL XI WASHINGTON GHY. D. C. MONDAY MORNING, MAKOII 7, 1870. IN0.8G. Auction Sales. "toIdatV 8 kit Or QITIRTIBHIITU IT01II, Diror QtiTtittitpftti, . . WllltRITCV. D O f ab. -VIST?,. J- rtiitMU i pabita !. bum pi r, rabT, emuaaelBf tlM a'alotk, at ika Papal trii UrkT, aimaeiat; tlM alotk.al Ika Papal f ArnyClaiktac, qaaBtlir QnfumiiMr ;r Arnyciaihtac, a qaaauir MMiimiiiwi torao.aafllforlaaaa. eaala(tes Upariaf Car fatara', aaddlara Bad Biaabanliba Tyala) WBUr8ackat.ChalBB.Paaka.Gba1ra 91. ! HBriaaa,aralafaaba,LaataTaa.Uaaa Baa, rial, ataff, aorpa'aadllaaad KlyMa, Maraa aad Mala dhaaa. Caak Siaraa. 0ora, Traaaa. 1Mb, Staal Haa, Jala. Ctiam Cml'lara, At, faraat r-oak al itma af aaJa By .Mar af Iba Qaatlarnavar O.aarft. FCTTJatEDATS). B V WJI. L. WALL .. AMU , I Tfaar Martola nallJIn. tore aa.OOO aad IKWaiaib wr, fssaiy Waal avaaat aadBlalhalrtaL, ' xxriMirr xstt or viir aid iicod. hard toRiTom. piZmol Be , Ml tajE tf ABDkfXTT oats ciiDfTiirncx Of A w6k J'ir coaviaikSci or ula it 1)T0SsDaY MftXEIBO.kfarabt,saMnaaalsf MlOa , wawlUaallwttUaaar , -rMlaaa.aaJaariaaaa larr aa a'AfATaanVafaBB) wall naia raraUara.aaaarlaJaf- faJVsJ1 OaaTarTBaprtarMaawao4,kTa I I If nciava.nako.OTarfta4lt.LMia ' by tbaOaablaa MaaafttlirlafOampaar. 'walaalCkan bar tali, aUrfela i.P,,UalU Ckaaiaat ? ' " PaltUA ' Parlor la la. U Qraaa ail Etrlpad Ei . . " tb If art la Up Simii. K-foa, Baaapitoa Hatr Clatb Cbatra. WitjMk". Laaataa. Eidakaarda, Walaat aad Uak baUaalaa Taak. "iuii uicniii, Hiatal Ulrrara. aaa aa Waad aal Chalra. Pati. Tablaa. Aa, Uaa Whaalar A Wjl.oa Blllptla lawlai Uaablas, saw aad ta sood erdar VTlik a tarlaiy of atbar Goala aaaaaaaiiry t naailoB, la wktak wo eall tka aapaatal auaallv ( daalaraaad hamaakatMra earadtlaftMrtyead alaty daya, for aoiaa aalla- farlorHy ladaratd, wtlVtaiaraat Wat. L. WALL CO . nil Aacitaa! Tama an aaaaoaarwaMe,yar taai ameaai llTCOOfCB LATIMER, AneiTa 1 (Suaeanora to Jtnta O. MtUuIr A Uo ) ttouthweitaorntr PcantTlTaaU araoat aad Uaraoth atraala. TlO-rifl rLB OrTlBVCH PLATS MIR. MORi, DBDflfkLI All) TUK1IPLT CAK AHDnniMBkRITDKIfftUkB. I1KCUTTA'I C(UMBRUJTK, IKlrfCH Ollllf A DIM KIR fir, CROCKtHY fia OLaxa.WARk pjt. lSRTt ANpKlTOllia HQDUiril. , AT AUOTIOJI, Br 'liUarDaJo Tra.t, 411 Ualtk LI bar B6.T. fjlloa K rJmfof WuklifiBi UKilr. Is tha Dla. trie f CoUabla 1 will all l paklia aaailai, aa WtnllDDiT. Hank B. 1110. Mnnuii a. I ldo'alack . m .alknaiaHa 30.(ail aaaikar.) 11 airaai katwaaa Pinaaatk airaai aai Vtrmtal Bvaaaa. a fair akaaUoatuaanBaialaf UaaaahaU raraliar. 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SUr Oflaa lialld la (, PEREHPTUnr BALK Of TILUABLB IH PBOVB MRDrATBLYBlRntrAi UHIUU RTiTBa' UOfXL D HliLHTATi IV an inliiiimnTut uviain At mimm, r a Itaraa ratHd br tka la Of Ika DltlrUI ofColaaiKu, rlticaratdataj , ara dafaadaaU. I will ai, a poklia aaatlaa. Ua praailaaa, aa TUlaDAY, fka lltb darof Harck. at dlla'aiack, p a J .r a4aa af 'd allf a lt aaskarad I, la raaaitailaa aawbarad laa Taraaaf aaOauQaa Iklrd tka anaaataaab. aaJ balaaia la twa aaa,l laalalajaaia at 4 aad II raaatba afiar tka dap f aala. wtik talaraat, far wklakr Ibd aarakaaar- aball ti Ala praatluarr aau, aaaarad la air aaUaJaaliaa. All ataaipa ad aavaraaalaial ' afpartkaaari XU aaak ra tatrad at Uaa f aala If ika laraia al mU B aaaaallad wltb lalkraadaya ariar aJa ika prap. artr wlllbaraaaldat rUk aad tel afdafaalilBC arakaatr BBIDLBT. ja .Tratlaa. OUOPXK tLATlMBB, lV5-dk.i tltr Attatiaaaata. BT COOPEU a LATIMER, Awei'ra, (Sneaaaaora to J. U. WtOotra A Oo.t) Baalkwa! (ararr af raaaarlraala araaaa aad BlaraaiA airaai. TRniTIB'B f.LB OP RBIBLT k-'Utd alwlrtf MahaaOHt'ftETI iVw lain Hftrnii n tub k"Utl aluBop MahaaOHt'ftETrd ATRRUS, Sataai luvaiiMiniiaiidaa, aamai f alrtaaaf a dd aftrati, daiid tka tatmBl da? af Jaaa. las?, aad datr aaaardad la Ubar KM B 0 !. folia ltt, al br , aaa a( tka laad JBL tat of Iba a I 'tfc aaaaaballLuB f 11.I 11 mmLwA 11 la lan.ia Ul mm UaluJ "i":i,i'.-"r"j-",-rT-7".".T-.'7,."" aakt'ftoa, Mar It. Itta.aia-vtlaf Ika901faaiaf Uaaaid lot lattarad 'Q?' ralaaaad kr ika mb aaribar la Hoaaa Kallr, traiUa kr daad af ralaaaa aiaaatad aa tbal J f March, lend, aad ra. Mfdad laUbarT aad -T ha t. folia M-taftka laad raaaida af Uia Uiatrtrl al Colaatbla. aald UU U. I"aadpartaraa."aaUlalBfT,llfaar, Hra ar laa. taiprattd ut aaaUaaat aad aaarlr aaw fraaia raaldaaaa, twa uotlaa aad ba(amaaia wlib Maaaard raef.aa a !? fraaUa (uaad t aa, aaalnad wllk Ira a ralllai ai piaa acaa tilad kr Dr J Marrr Taoaipwa A plataf Iba praparir aaar ba a aa aa ika praatlaaa al tlma of aala. Tkta pt apart r U laaaiad aa tha aaalk aida a MaaMabvtalta araaaa., aaar PoarlaaaU airaai. Ba. 13AA, la aaa of ika kail JoaaJttlaelaika ally, ar imb irrtdpar Ika prapi AllaaaTaraaalai aadraraaaa lUaaaaltatt uf ftnkaaar A dapoatl of BXO wilt ka ta'r4 wbta tka pr up arty la kaeckad dawa tU dla faiar) Aaaltaaaara. BT COOPER a LATIMEB, Aaal'ra., (Sutat-aora toJaa.U AlaOalra k Uo ,) baatkwaat caraar af Ptaaiylraala ariaaa aad XUfaatbiutat, TiniTBVB lilBOP i UIQSIHCI1T XB( pBRtB alfll find USD IITUdTB OB PlfTIt SOB.VV "T.PT"1J AAHU r RTMHBTI u aaar aad kr vutaa af a daad af trad datad Ja h n aad ll nodara lap artuaata, Aa, But I aad CiiiUiiiliiii ua Ika prtialMa. blratl pajiv aaw iihiih Taraa ia i Oaafaank aaak. balaaia la alx. walra aad albtaa noatha.wlik lalaraai aaaarad AUTL'UILL. , COOriBB LATIUBB. Aaaliaaaara Call Or PCBL.O BPlLUlBOd. niiDirABTtiBDiPiaTMtfy or Viaattu, i vmq Caur ttsaaf aaMiiTBi, I ,. BlcaaoaP.V ,raaraarr.U7J, Wlllkatoliai pablla aaatiaa.ai 19a alik, a ... .r ""Wttfilf tiflli;"'. " '" laiaallr Tictudpy ifaHad Biataa iroapa, at JTBitkarc, Va , 'aiarabaii, Va aad larfolk, Va tab, la lftl cantaty.aa Iba day af Byorlarar tka Qaartaraiiatar Oraaral falrt llalaaamji , , J U OHABULBB. r.,llraalColtiaal,(l.r Uaa U A i.. .f ttaarUtiaaiiai Uapartiuaal Tlr! fata. AV ifLlftT HI ? TtlBTaLAXI), BR PIRBVPTORTRALlOr VK WATUtl uvii uuiku men run CUall. ""UD HILTRR TlD1,kfiII. VK TAH'.R V TBUlfrt'(U. PLATBU vioKTABLBPIaHES AMD TORRBf I, HOI in BILTRR. KAPBH &IHQS. BOLlO ilLTBR PlTlUIR. CUrU, AAf BiLTl LAtlllR QbAlfTlTr taaiAJ AHfr UIBTC HiLD Jiwtuf. phuoad AapriiRi. ritalR Attn KIM llRflt Kf aarr. ltTD, to aaaia naVir lliV-aa Iba taakir atda af aatd Cuarl. wkarala Warfar! Itaara.td ! a.1 . in BjIaIbIIBi. aad Jaaiaa T. Uolaabla, Ihaaakaarlbar will atilat pablla aaa ItaaoakluilfiAI.ibo Idlbdar f Marak.llW, al 'jMl.t lafraalar lhaarnlaaa, laialai i mJ tl.1l lit! aail ' arrU, W aad rtaordad la LlkarTaBdRr3 fa-J,. i'WlaL,aa( Ik laad raavrialHl '' WaklBilaB.awaatr, U. U,. twill aalt.alAaal Pakllaaiaif. Tl0Uokt Iba Slal diTif" harab.a b.laTd, at 'atoak, p aa.la fraat af Ika pralra.all lkapl.a mtf paraala af naaad jrlaf aad b-lBi la WmbIbiIo ally, D J,, aai kaawa aa Ikawkulaaf lata Ha, II aad IS aad tha aaaik MM l laaliaa of lot !. '4aa?a aa.! bar-JiS'.kariaiafMalaf iJh fa.i ll7lMaaa,.a fkawaataitta ajTftfik atraal waat, baiajaaa Baad r alraata aotlk, rasalBC kaak la a aaaVailay, aBdiaaprorcd by ikat tabalaaUal kaadaawa TkiM atai Uriah ratlitBM. wtik k. ...1 inaniio wnnnuoi ncn aud urmsiom. Thb rxisiDiiiT klxned ltd bill eitAbtl.h. lflCAUrgfl oamberof poidl routri lathe Sotilh oa BAtardar. Etirt hiuoir of lbs PhllbRrmoola Bo- c!ty U CArnettl reqaeitcd to ba present At tbe flaAlreDeariAl At noon preclietjr to-Jay at Lincoln ITall. TnBRRCHPTirnou ctjitoui from Jane 30, lsca, to March 1, 1305, were $100,09t 010 61aBD4 tha recelpti from Jnoe 30, I860, tOACarchlt1870tWAi$123,007,et7.T3,ibow !aC a lflerwi of $33,073,717.37. Jt. 0. Tlvu. kiq , lAtt cod ill genual at Bataha, Ii how la tali dtf. Ha ijmp tjaa with Iba SpAnlih AnthorlUea and tbe TolBRiaara- U Cat, and aaa bo faith la tbe lA.Rtrw.lou. " - Sab Donmao. Telagrapbto Adflet to BMreUrr lih npreeeol tba feell&f of tbo tttbabltAaUof Ban DomtufO almoat unanl isont of annezAtloo. Tbli otlmeot Id al troo j la the Interior ai on tbe icaboird. Thb Exbcutitb Mamioi-Oo Ba tarda there, wad a Urgu tbroogr of tlaltor at tbe Preildeot'd House, althoaxb bat few ob Ulned An lotcrrlow. Ooeof the eDCceaifal one war Hon. Jamea M. ficorlt, of New Jenej. Dr. Oaabstt hAd written a letter to rrplr toSeDAtor fiamner'a rteeot report on tha AledtcAl Society, In which be deolca tbe alle gAiloni la thAt report at faliohoodi, and be Rddocee tba evidence of bid colored palleoU to ibow that ba did not treat Dr. AogniU lo an noprofr;iloDAl maaner, aa Mr. Sumner chargei. TxaCcBAif Obrsral Qcbsada left New York for tbla city kit etenlDf , aifd will ar rive here early tbla morning. ApArtmenU bare been engaged for him tt tbe National Hotel. Ha wilt call upon tbe BecreUry of Buto ahortl j after hla ArrlTAl.and preteot bla eredantiAle a Mlnl-ter of tbe Repabllc of Cuba, bat Ula donbtfnt whether be will be received as sneh al tbla Jaoctnre. Tub New IlAifrsaina Elbctiob. Sev eral Congressmen have within a day or two received letters from .New Hampshire. Tbe tenorof All Is that the Democrats are greatly demoralised, and that tbe Republicans will carry the election bj a, good majority. The fearhaebosn thAt tbe Governorship would be thrown Into the LeglslAtore, but the wrltera con cor to saying that Governor fiUArns will bore elected by the people. Gbx. BcnoriBLD has responded to the summons of the Committee on MitllAry Af fIrs,aod will to-day be called to testify Id the case of Mr. Batter, of Tenneaiee, wbo Is charged with telling a cadetshlp. Ota. BchoQeld doet not understand, however. why he U summoned here, for he knows nothing tbat Is material to tbe case nndar consideration, nit testimony will not affect la the least tha guilt or Innocence of the ac eoied. Thb Ilorjta Bill to Iscbeais tub Cub rkbct. -The Committee on Banking and Currency had a prolonged session on Satur day In regard to the bill for the fifty millions UtAstt of the correney. Too committee wilt. It la understood, recommend that the Inflation, If ordered by Congress, ba In green backs rather than national bank notea. A plan for funding tbe national debt wilt, It Is aatd, be aubmltted la connection with this MIL Fova or Tnn pitb Dbm-ocbats oa the Committee of Elections, with three Repub licans, Are against giving a seat to Colonel Segar as Representative At Urge from Vir ginia, while four Republicans and one Denv ocrat are la hla favor. The Colonel thinks that the committee were entirely unln flnenced bpolltlcal considerations, and that the. ease war decided on legal gronndt exclu sively. Both the majority and minority wtU make reporte to the House, when the ques tion will be Co alt decided by that body. LlBUTBBABT CoWAMDEn WltLliat F. Btbwabt, who was probably lost la the Oneida, wat well known la tbla city, He was a son of lbs Hon. Andrew Stewart, for man yeara a member of Congress from Pennsylvania, who la atlll living at an ad TRuced age. Young Stewart wat a most promising officer, having risen rapidly through the earlier grades of the service, and la all tbe poeltlout he held evinced high quallflcattoni for the profession to which he belonged. pBBiiCEnr Gbart hat cAre fully perused the report of tbe special committee on the decline of American commerce and ship building, and ha expressed bla hearty ap proval of all ltd Mconimendalloni. He will probably shortly send la a special message recommending Immediate action upon tbe subject. Ho thlnkd that with oar extended coast Hoe, It la a shame that all our com merce must be done In vessels of nations, whose friendly feeling towArd the United States may be questioned j and tbat Congress ahoald wlthont delay take measures to remedy the evil Tub directors of the Washington and New Tor k Steamship Company met at the Metro politan Hotel, New York, on Thursday for the election of offlcera and other business. Alt tbe Washington directors Meura. Bam nel Bacon, W. O. Uetserott, A. It. Shepherd, and J W Thompson were present, and three of tba New York directors. J. W, Thompson wat elected president, John Abend roth, vice president, and kloaea Kelly, treasurer. The reporte presented showed that the aflaira of the company hare been managed with prudence) and energy. A programme of the rnasiAf tbe line for the Incoming year waa agreed upon, and the board adjourned. Tub CiDBTtmr Balis. Messrs. Negley aod Wltcher, the tub committee appointed by the Military Com mil It e to proceed to Philadelphia and take the testimony of Mr. MUIward In relation to tbe alleged tale of a cadcUhlp by Hon. John Covode, returned on aUtarday, Mr. Mill ward's testimony folly exonerates Mr . Corode. Tbe Utter refused to make the appointment (though for the son of a friend) until the applicant should have acquired a residence la his (Corodt's) district, Tbe witness further testified that Covodo had no knowledge of aoy money having heea rId, and be had no doubt that If Mr. O. bad-learned the fact be would have withdrawn the appointment. LtfiiLiTi or CiRTiii Cadet ArroiMT- yiiTi. Inspector ueneral Schrlrer, Inspec tor of tbe Military Academy, bat given Im portant testimony It appears that at soon at tt came to the knowledge of the War Do partment that membere of Congress had ap pointed cadets who were non-residents of thel districts, tbe opinions of the Jndge Advocate ueneral and of tbe Attorney Gen eral were obtained upon tbe legality of such appoint ntenli. The decision of both these law cflleert was that a minor cannot gain a residence apart from the residence of hit parents or guardians, sud. that tbt appoint mentafacadst whohad lived a few days, weeks or months la a district for the pur pose of being appointed from such district It clearly Illegal. Oenerat Bchrlver reported to the Becretary of War that all such ap pointments heretofore made having been thus decided to be contrary to law tbe cadets la bis opinion, were no longer entitled to iinihtr tUeea at the Academr. The then Secretary of War, General Hawllot, decldtd, nowever, not looismiaa me cm eta thus Illegally appointed, holding that" the blame rested not with them, but with tbe membere of Congress Appointing them, who eer tilled that they were duly qualified under the law. A new form of nomination waa then prepared by the War Department, to bo signed by membere of Congress, making dcalguAtlous, In which the following occurs i ' lie haa been an actual bona fiJt resident of tha district for yeara and months, and la believed by me, upon due Inquiry, to be qualified for appointment la tjtrf re spect, The form of acceptance by tbe cadet wat at the time modified so aa to In elude a certificate of tbe time of hUresi dence in the district from whlsh appoint ad. These oew regulations are applicable to the class to be appointed this year. AMHaesneaU. Natiobal Tbbatbb. If r. D. P. Bowers, one of tbe finest Actresses now upon tbe sUge, commenced a brief engagement at tbla theatre to-night, opening In her specially of "Lady Audley't BccreL" 8 ha will t supported by Mr. J. C. UcColInm, who la known hero at a careful and patot-Uklng actor. Also, It la laid tbat an efficient stock company will render support, Mrs. Bowere bat he-etofora been Tcry stcccisfal In this city, and wo tee do reason why the tbould not be equally to now, Wall'i Opsba HouiB. The Chapman Slaters, with the Infant Bishop, commence a series of performances at Wall's to-night They open la the burlesque entitled "The Forty Thieves, or Striking Oil la Jam," and the performance will conclade with the roaring farce, "Wanted 1,000 Milliners," with Bishop aa Madame Yanderpantt. The Foster Brothers will execute the grotesque quadrilles which a short lime ago caused to much merriment by the Clodocbe troupe, Mr. Wm. Withers, well known aa a muatcUn or acknowledged ability, wUl lead the or chestra, and good music may be expected. Those wbo deslro to spvnd a pleasant eve ning should certainly look In upon the little ladles who are spoken of above. Lircolx Hall, It Is unnecessary to call attention to tbe Oratorio of tbe Menlah, which will be given to-night at Lincoln nail by the Fhllharmonto'Soclety. A quartette from the English Opera Troupe, composed of Madame rare pa-Rosa, Mrs. Beguln, Messy, Nordhotm and Iawrenee hat been engaged, and it may be aafely asserted that the aolot will be given In a manner which haa seldom been surpassed. The chorus will number one hundred voices, and the long practice had daring the past winter haa fitted the members to effectually render the grand choruses of thts Oratorio. An orchestra of thirty pieces haa been aecured, comprising the best musicians of the District and Baltimore. Tba entire entertain me tit will be under tbe control of Dr. J. P. Caul field, the efficient leader of the Philharmonic Soslcty. We understand that nearly all the seats hare already been secured, and It be hooves those who have neglected to obtain tickets to lose no time In to doing. Tur Washington UapunLiCAK save that Prealdent Grant "visited" tbe heads of several bureaus on Saturday. Tnls is not pnglllstlcalty meant. X 7. Comnurtlat Ad' ptrftwr. Certainly not. The President resigned his fighting quAltilet just crie yttr ago. Bat since then he haa been "knocking the spots" out or the public debt. Alexandria aad Vfelalt, From the AlexandrU Oautttot Saturday we clip the following news Items t The rrrular monthly meetlnr of tbe Fair fax Vigilance Society wat held on the 3d Inst. The reports of the officers abow the society to be In a prosperous and flourishing condition, and IU salutary influence U shown by tbe gratifying fact, that no member of me society oaa aanerea ioei or property oy tblevlnr depredators stoce the organisation of tbe society, two yeara ago. Officers were elected to aerve the ensuing three months aa follow i Oconee Auld. president. E. W. Wakefield, tlce president) n. Barnum, secre tary, and urn. XI. Atkinson, treasurer. A womab tried at alt tbe apothecary shops In tbla cltv vesterdar eventnx to buv enough arsenlo to put an end to her exlstrnce, but her design waa apparent and la consequence sue rauea 10 odiaui q aeiirca ruiei. It Is hoped that the following exhibit for the fiscal year, ending March 1,1870, will In duce the Incoming Council to modify tbe existing dog laws of tbe cltyi For dog poison, 147.601 kilting 353 doga at 50 cents eacb, 1177.501 hauling dead dogs, 153 33( received from dog tax, f B9j loss 1180.35. Co-rrxAiBTlt made of the shooting cow carried on la the graveyard", Tbe fine for such offence U 19, tbe payment of which Mr. Daly, the sexton, says he will hereafter enforce. A sryxeb rough aud tumble fight occurred late yesterday evening between two young men on King street, between Fayette and Payne, during which one of tbe parties waa badly hurt. Tub market this morning was tolerably supplied, Tbe butchers had good meats, but tbe price of beef (best pieces 25 cents per pound) la ahead of the capabilities of house keepers generally. Mutton and veal, 19 to 90 cents per pound. Butter, fresh, 43 to CO cents perpound. Eggs, 93 to 30 cents per dosen. vegetables scarce, bnt without change In prices. Poultry scarce and high. Tbe fish benches were tolerably supplied with pike, perch, Ac, at from 30 to 50 oenta per bunch. Tna City Council expended for the poor of the city daring tbe fiscal year coding March 1, 1570, 16,303 00, of which amount $871 07 waa for medicines. In tbe tcat end ing MArch l,i8CD,tbe medicines for the poor cost only B173. Wa lbabb from the bead of the Caoadlaa Ministry that It Is not the Intention of tbe Dominion authorities to Issue aoy license to American fishermen daring the ensuing sea son and, further, that it la Intended lo lake slepa "to protect tbe rights of Canadian fishermen In CanadUn waters." The decl- clalon may lead to aerlous consequences, Tbe Interpretation of treaty stipulations by wuicu Americana avrecscioaca irota memoes valuable fisheries, la too absurd and offen sive to be acquiesced In Quietly. If rigidly enforced now It will probably lead to trouble. Tbe colonial pretention will la some In stances be disregarded, and an attempt to enforce It will provoke collisions. Oar neigh bors should move cautiously la tbe matter. Tbe fishery question Is full of explosive ma terials, and the merest accident may produce International complications. X t Tlmti. A pur of fine gray horses, lost last Sep- icmuer jromme pasture or. nmoiny uoi colt, of tbe Crawford House. In the White mountains, were found alive tbe otbar day, bv deer-hunters la the wilderness northwest of Mount Washington, having satslsted by browsing, though the snow oeneath them waa three feet deep, and covered by an ley crott. Cuables J. Scott, of Wells River, Ver mont, Is trying an experiment la trout-reis-lng. He keeps the trout la two cisterns, supplied with water from a spring. Not long since, he had two hundred trout, some of which weighed two and a half pounds. Bat tbe aqueduct unluckily sprang a-leak, and he lost half the number. The remainder are doing well. flrntfi (ha wuV .nIU. - flu,..i ,. wvw. nvi-K uuiy vu LUIUIUlTi all following sales of tobacco were made at the warehouses In Lynchburg! Looae Iota 880, making 973,800 ponndsi hogsheads 83, boxes 88, showing an Increase over the preceding week of 57.U00 nonnds. and a deeraaia af a hogsheads and U boxti. Tbe Decline let .atd. On Friday last the Gold Room la New York waa la a condition of excitement only tor' passed by the great September frensy. The cause of all this excitement waa a tumble la gold, occasioned by the announce meal from the statistical bureau at Wash ington that the da! An co of trAde against tha United Butea for the last six months was but a little over $2,000,000, and which was followed by the sUtement tbat Mrrltaut well wontd Interfere lo prevent a farther de cline, and this, again, by a contradiction of the Utter statement. Gold fell on the first announcement to IH and went up again to lit;; later In the day, bnt fell off a trifle on Saturday. Tbe rapid decline which hat taken place within a abort time haa led financial men to look forward to a resumption of spede pay menu aa an event net far distant, ladetd, In many cttlss amall dealers have already commenced paying in specie, but this Is looked upon as, B abrdwd advertising dodge. It Is, howevr, whispered In Wall street that the Chemical Bank la about to resume, axd other banks are getting their affairs In a condition o be ready to meet the emergency should one or two lead off. There teem to he a general feeling throughout the country that wo are nearer a rernrnptloaof specie payment than even the present premium on gold would lndl cite, and this feeling In Itself may do much to lead to tuch a result, Tha causes assigned for. the rapid decline la gold are a confidence In the administra tion of General Grant abroad, which haa created a Large demaod for American secur ities, and tbe large crops of cotton aad breadstuffs, whloh awetl our exports aod re lieve the country of any drain of tbe pre clous mi tela. It Is telegraphed from New York that "the near approach of gold to par causes a disinclination on the part of aome members of the gold room to pay their d ues. Several expulsions from the gold room are talked of." This may be considered as a straw lndl eitlsg the direction of tbe current. The rapid fall will no doubt cause finan cial embarrassment, and perhapa lead to tbo suspension of a number of houses holding gooda Imported al higher figures, built haa reached to low a figure now It it thought by many that the country would be as well off, on the whole, If the end wat reached, and business ra-esUkllshcd oaa fixed basis, freed from the feverish exilicment caused by the fluctuations In gold Thb Colore Frbb Mabobs. At a recent session of the Grand Lodge of the Masonic fraternity of Ohio W. T. Boyd, the Master of tbe colored lodges of Ohio, petitioned for charters for the lodges under nls administra tion, aod proposed to transfer them to tbe Jurisdiction of tho Grand Lodget or, aaan alternative, proposed the recognition of the colored Oraod Lodge, so at to work co equally and In harmony. The petition was referred to the committee, who returned a report that they must ask further time to Inquire Into tbe present condition and tbe history of tbe organisation of tbe petitioning lodges, and reqoested that they bo given to the next session to make farther and final report, lbltw,a granto. Tba committee, however, recommended that, In the meantime, "acknowledgment be made of the principles of Masonic Justice to men of all races, colors and religions, wlthont distinction.1 They also recom mended the repeal of the resolution of 1817, Instructing the refusal of all applications of colored men for the degrees of Freemasonry. These recommendations were all adopted. In Iowa also, a movement It on foot to abol ish all distinction i on account of color, and the proposition It advocated by many of tbe most prominent masons In tbe Bute. Tna EKOLiin Opera Troupe have uken leAveof the Washington public, to return, we trust, tome other time, with a grateful remembrance of tbo generous patronage thsy received tho past week. Aa gold la falling aud bank notes appreciating, tho price of musical notes, If not the "notes" themselves, should be towtr, (a basso pro fundi Is much needed la this troup,) and when we next hear them let It be at a rea sonable rate, and with some Indication to give the audience what It bargains for. Many who were at the matinee on Saturday, would, If they eschewed any daintiness of phrase, call It a swindle. Bairs new opera, the"ParlUn'd Daughter," was pruned excessively. Its merits, If It have any, were not perceptible aavo la a few passages. The author of tbe libretto doca not Improve It by representing John WIN mot (not Judgt inmof, aa the bills and a Sunday contemporary had it,) drunk. That was not tbe leading foible la tbo Earl of Rochester's character. Tbe merry monarch Charles wat portrayed by Mr. Halt almost aa tolemn aa a Roundhead j but the piece might Improve on further acqualnUnce and If Introduced under more favorible circum stances. CO MM AMD IB SBLTBID0B, Of tho DArlCQ caoaI expedition, has commenced his work of explorAtlon from CatedonU BAy, oa tbe AtUntle, through to tbe Pacific. When a oentral point of the Isthmus la reached a central camp or readearona will bo formed, from which point smaller parties will bo teut oat la all directions to explore, and report upon the nature of the country which U there expected lo thow most obstacles to the con slructlon of the canal. The one hundred miles of telegraph wire which the expedlttoo U provided with will be used to keep np con Uauout communication t between tbe several partlea and headquarters. It Is a matter of regret thai tho expoditlon could not bare commenced operations earlier, so aa to have the full advantage of the dry season, which general terminates about the first of May. Tub House Jcdioiabt Couuitteb has appointed a sub-oommlttee, consisting of Messrs. Benjamin F Butler, B. 0. Cook and Eldridge, under Mr. Butler'a resolution to sea how the testlmouy about the gold panic was prematurely publUbed. Tbey will send for Mr. Kegler, tbe witness In the Wbntc more case, who wrote that he hadbeeu of fered 9&00 for Wblttemoret letter, to see who offered tbe money II new men or flncia Fatueits. Sev eral enterprising retail dealers and restaura teurs did a thriving trade yesterday by pay ing out change In silver, which they were enabled ta obtain, by the fall In gold, at ten per cent. It Is reported that Delmonlco has been buying up specie for this purpose for a day or two past, and next week will "re sume specie payments" at all his restaur ants X, 7. Svtnlng rotU In tirw of the success Congress has had la procuring tho resignation of members, tho New York Commriai suggests tbat a committee be added to tbe present regular committees of the House, which shall meet every session for the lovetUgatton of " Wbo tells official patronage 1" There can be no doubt that the question will be as pertinent btrtaftcr as It Is bow. THE NEWS BY CABLES tltAKCn. Mora Convictions for Violation of rraas Lftwa-fJntaalnces wilts Be STAnt to Ibe falTeraltr of France. Paris, MArch 0 Seven members of the editorial tuff of the reform press hare been convicted of violations of tbe press laws. They are sentenced to from one to four months, and tbo fines aggregate about 100,000 francs. Baterlene, one of the editors of the ifer irUfatw, who, on seeing NApolcon one day, shouted "vfrs U republiqui," has been con demned to Imprisonment for three months, and a fine of 500 francs. Great uneasiness Is manifested by the friends of the University of France on ac count of certain, clerical projects. An ex traordinary committee hat been constituted, with aulaot at chairman, to guard tho in t crests of the university. HPAIR. Tba Aliased FI altar I me EUeaplUn ( Hontponalea ConirauMeteal Coup dtat Contemplated The Xttellnne. Madbid, March 0. An offlcUl denUl Is given to a telegram published In the Paris papers, stating that the Duke of Montpen aler waa received with an ovaslon on hit re turn to thlt city, la the Cortes yesterday, the Ministry posi tively dented that a tevp d'ttat wat intended la favor of the Duke, and that the Cortet alone had tbe right to decide who tbould be at tbe head of tho Government. Tbe Min ister added that there wat no reason why the arrival of Montpcnsler should create a sensation. Tho elections to the Cortes have so far re suited la faror of the Government, none. napeiialon af tho rleaelosta of the) Council. Lo'idoy, March 0. Dispatches from Rome sayacardlnaPe hat haa been promised to IbePrlmatoorPoUnd. It Is stated that the sessions of tbe Council will bo suspended during Msy, June, aud Joly. Paris, March 0 II U assarted that Count Doru, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has tent a note to Rome remonstrating against the Papal aylUbut as seriously compromising ihe lntcresU of tha Catholic religion, and In timating that If the dogma or Id fallibility U promulgated, France may be constrained to withdraw her troops from Rome lo Sicily. TCBUXY. Akiallllonof Tollaon Ihe Doapborna. Cob stab tisoplb, March 6. The Turkish Government haro abolished the collection of tolls passing through the Bosphorus, and merchantmen are no longer subject to deUy orTlstUtlon. Hora Oeenn Cnblo Projects. Loxoof, March C A project Is on foot for laying a new trans-Atlantic cable, which la to bo smaller and lighter than those here tofore ued. The estimated cost of tbe cable Is 350,000. A tcheve for connecting EngUnd by cable with alt her colonies Is talked of. An Anniversary. One hundred yeara ago on Saturday, tbe ball of the American Revolution waa opened In King street, Boston, when several persons were killed by his Majesty's troops, wbo were ordered to fire upon the people by Cap tain rresion. itev. i. . wanning, in a speech In Tremont temple, November 23, loov, saw i "In tbe Boston massacre of March 5, 1770, a black man eacrlflcod hla life In bo4 half of opcrcssed white men. Crlsnus At tacks, not a cltlsen of Boston, but of Middle sex county, came to tbla city when the In bablunu were full of terror, greatly ex cited by tbe presence of two reglmenta of British soldiers) and on tbe evening of March 5, there was an outbreak la King street, now State street, beaded by Crlspus Attacks, which resulted la his own death and that of several of hla comrade, at tbe bands of tbe British soldiery. After tbe event tbey had a fuoarat, and the clllxens of Bos ton marched six abreast through tha streets. me carriages louowinci ana iney carriea Crlspus Altucke and hla fellow victims to the Middle burying ground, now over looked by the Athcnicam, aud over their re mains erected a stone, and on It carved tbls Inscription i 'Loaf aala fmdsm'i caaa Iba wlaaaoalaad. Daarta roar aoa airy ah all yoar famaaiuadi Wblla ta Iba trarld tba UlUrad atoaa aka.ll tall How Cald wall, Altacka, Oray.aBd MaYariikfall, "And IwheS the anniversary of tbat tragedy round, on the 5th of March, tbey ob- came round. served It In tbo Old South church, still standing. Even Daniel Webster baa tald that 'from that uoment the mo ment when tbe blood of those men suiood the pavement of King street 'wo mar date the severance of the British empire.' " On the 6th of March, 1770, Washington repaired to the lotreachmenu. "Remem ber," said he, "It Is tbe 6th of March, and avenge me aeaia or. your oreiaren. CriiDoa Attneka waa the aUre of Deacon William Brown, of Framtogton. He was a laree. powerful, and Intelligent neero. He was allowed to buy and sell cattle on hla own Judgment. Hla sister used to say, "If the redcoats had not killed Crls, be would have killed them." The first blood shed ta the Revolution was that of a slavei it waa a freedom onenng, it teemt, ia mis lana where all are now free. What changes la one hundred years. Thb Colobbo Proplb or Mabtlabd to SRBATon Revels. Among the mRny coin- llmenury letters received by Senator Revels s tbe followlogt Baltimore, Md., Feb. 88, 1870. Hon. 1L It. Kailt, UnUtd Statu Stnator for Miui$ aljpi. DeAr 8lri InbebAlf of two hundred thousand newly enfranchised American cltl sens of tbe Bute of MaryUnd, I congratulate you upon your admission, into tne most au gust legislative body ta the whole world) maae so irvm iao ivct u .uej myruacuv tbe freest people living. I regard your ad mission Into tbo United States Senate as be ing the capstone of the triumph of true Re publican principles In free America; it it an epoch la tho history of American politics that a great many who oppose that great fandamenUl principle of eo.ua! and exact intllco to alt men cannot readily corapre end. It la a living evidence of one of the Inevitable reaulU of the late civil war for the preservation of American liberty and It must be a farther evidence to such minds as William Lloyd Oarrlson, Wendell Phillips, Frederick Douglass, UoraesOreeIey,Charlee Sumner, Henry Wilson, aud a host of others that tbe battlea tber have been flfrhtlnE so long la behalf of human rights have not been fought In vain) but bave been as "bread cast upon tbe waters, seen and gathered after many days." God grant that the good work may continue, until the free Inst ft ut tons or this country may ao Influence the whole world to support the great truths set forth in mo aeciaratton oi American inaepcaa- ence. Very respectfully, Ac, Qborob Miirs. Tub Bible in Public Schools. The Springfield JlipvbUtan malnUloe tbat the reading or the bible In public schools It cot sssentUl to their efficiency, and that It better bo given np than create contention and sec tarian hatred. Religion can bo fully tangbt at home and at the Sabbath school, while the schools ahontd be thoroufb.lv secularised. This view U maintained by a large number of the orthodox people of the country. Tbe vast Importance of general education should not be imperiled by sectarian wrangles. Thb adc-Dllon of the loth amendment adds two hundred 10 tho voting population of miXAueion.j, Am "Urs are strain the terror of tbe aulet iciuHuioi new AorRi 1 -t.i -.. mf..- TtlLLfARD". Contest for tbo Diamond iaa-lln- dolpb tbo Winner FonrTbonaood Mpeelstloro Urenl Excitement Tha Cbnnsplon Carried ofT In Triumph Bam Fa as ci sco, March 0 A largo au dience, Including manyladlca, wltnctred tho contest between Decry and Rudolph for Iho diamond cue and tbo championship. Tbo game was fifteen hundred points, push and crotch barred. Decry won the first Innings, and played for aafety. Rudolph followed with a ran of six, The game was woo by Rudolph, fit ere 1,501 to 1,837 Dccry't average being 10.70, and Rudolph's 10. At 10 30 Deery had made 070 and Ru dolph 480. There was much excitement, and Decry wat the favorite by great odds. At midnight Rudolph nude a ma of 379 points, which waa received with wild ap plause. This made him nearly even with Deery, the score sUndlog 1,011 to 1031. At thU point tho number of spectators had Increased to 4,000) and though there was great excitement manifested, excellent order and good leellng prevailed. Tho match closed at 1 o'clock, Rudolph making a run of 43, and scoring 1,501 polnU, At one time Deery claimed a foul, and great excitement and confusion prevailed, which calmed down as soon as tho referee decided the question In Ma faror. 'At tho conclusion of tbe game there wat tome con fusion, but no violence. Tho crowd carried Rudolph from the building la triumph, Ra dolph waa aomewhat annoyed during tbe game by some of Deery's backers, but he bad tho aympathy of the audience, and played mat nlflcently A VEUY IMPnorjADI.C FIT OUT A Hew Totk TTorld Correspondent Biatrauprornnensaiion ii e There faro Creates On. Nbw Yobk, March C The World has an extraordinary sensation lo Us Paris letter of February 91, published to-day. According to the gossip of the French salons, Emperor Napoleon III. died on tbe 8th of September last under the knife of tbe surgeon Rlcord, and In hU placo then reigns tbe Prince ImperUl as Napoleon IV., with the Empress Eugenie aa Resent. Tho story runs that a near relative of tha Emperor, thougn not la tne line of suc cession, and bearing close resembUnce, ap pears in the place of Napoleon on the few occasions on which ho was supposed to ap pear In public. The correspondent says the plan originated with the Emperor, who reared European complications and tbat before hla death ho received assurances from EngUud, aod It Is believed from RussU, that they would aid In maintaining the Prince on bis throne. The letter gives various reasons for credit log the story, aod says It explains tho recent remarkable changes of policy on the part of the French Government. Nevertheless It appears like an easily contradicted canard. II ow Era la: r ante ore Onlrnccd lu How York. New Yobe, March 0. Tba legislative Committee of Commerce yesterday made a searching Investigation into tbo cause of tho recent riots among immigrants on Ward a Island, and concluded tbat the complaints of the so called rioters were not without rmiiar1ivt and that reform waa verv much needed. The testimony waa all to tho effect that "the food wis bad, and cot enough of tt." There were only four wash basins and two towels for six hundred persons, aod these changed but twice a week. No read' lng matter of any kind. Tbe clothes were poor, and soon became covered with vermin) the beds hard and uncomfortable, and not often changed. A Sllacrennt 1'ardoned. New Yobe, March 0. Alexander King, sentenced to twenty years' In tbo Bute's prison for outraging a child fire ycar'a old, haa been pardoned by Governor noffman, through the exertions of the Rnsslan Minis Ur, on condition that he leaves tbe country at once. King's father, It seems, is an offi cer la the RassUa army and a member of the Ctar'd personal staff. Bnlcldo of n NpccnIMor. Cleveland, Omo, March C C. 8. Uobbs, lata paymaster of tho Lake Shore and Southern Michigan railroad, shot him aelf last night. Unfortunate speculations In stocks aud financial difficulties aro said to be tbo cause. An ExcnAKQB announces that Ross, of Llbbv Prison notorletr. Is In Washington urging his claims to a clerkship In one of toe uepanmenta. xie oogai to aava one oy all means. As a patriot, be has no living equal. His services In behalf of his country during tbe late war were both eminent and unique. Early la tbe war bo enlisted lu a New York regiment, bnt embraced an early opportunity to desert, and went over to the enemy, and made his way to Richmond. There he obUlned a poaltlon as turnkey In Llbby prison, where be distinguished him self by the Insulu and Indignities which he heaped upon tbe Federal prisoners under his charge, and the scrupulous care with which he embraced every opportunity to man if cat nis natrea lor mem ana tne uovcrnmcui in whose behalf they foutht. If ssrvlces such as these do not entitle a man to a place at tbe public crib, we should like to know wnai wouia. vtnemnan ucutiu. Rrcxlxss Tauperiro with IIuuan Life. On tbe night or tbe Slst of Februsry a trunk bearing no marks was placed on a New Haven steamer at the foot or Peck slip In New York. The officers suspecting something wrong had tbe trunk forced open when three cant of nltro-glyccrlne were found packed In It. The trunk wat placed on the wharf, where It remained until the B3d, wnen mo attention or. me pouco was called to it. Experts examined tbe cans, and found enough nltro-glycerine la them to destroy a dosen buildings and all tbe shipping In tbe neighborhood. Tbo dangerous compound wat removed to a powder lnagaaloe. There It no clue to tho person who thus criminally exposed life and property to destruction, but It Is thought tbe object may bave been simply to get tho article shipped wltbont ex citing suspicion of Its terrible nature. A Con as cub Ibpun a few daya ago brought bis squaw to a pioneer artist to bare her picture Uken. Tbe artlat cot tbo squaw la poaltlon, when tbe old Comanche thought he would Investigate tbe mystery of making squaws pictures, no accordingly raised tho cloth aud looked into tbe camera, when he was astonished to find his wife standing on her head. At tbls he grew indignant, and even bent her for assuming such an un dignified position before the soldiers, but as she stoutly denied tbe offence, be continued his experiments, and at last came to the con clusion thAt a machine that could stand a tauawonber head In half a second, with out her knowing anything about It, was ex ceedingly bad medicine. For the first time since tho palefaces camo across tbo tea (says a Connecticut paper) they now own tbe whole toll embraced with la the limits of tbe township of East Lynne, Ct. On Wednesday last Albert S. Man war log received a title to tho last remnant of tbe Black Point IndUn lands, and, with his ox team, he carried tbe goods and chattels of John Nonesuch aud family, tbe last cf the NUollct, to New London John la tbo last of bU tribe. Tub press of Paris very irenerallr com- pUIn or the delay on the part or tbe Govern ment in clearing up ma aiicgcu conapiracy against tho nation and the We or tbe Km peror. Contined to narrow limits lodgers, la , the penitentiary, Luteal Telra-raphlellrevlttta Emanuel Merlock has been acquitted of the charge of embeisllng $3,000 at Trenton, whllo acting at paymaster of the navy. The New York Sunday AVrs of yesterday pronooncea false Ita own story of last week, tbat Nathan Klngsley bad absconded with $30,000. Michael Tobln, a batcher aod sheep dealer, was knocked down Saturday night on Thirty-fourth street, New York, and robbed of $13,000. Ex-Auditor Wlckllffe, of Louisiana, having delivered tbe coupons he was charged with em be zil log, to acting Auditor Graham, gave ball, and has been released from prison. It snowed In Richmond yesterday to the depth of ntao Inches, and wat rlcely last nignt. A petition It recetvlnc manv s treat a res In New York asking Congress to toIo away do more public land to the advaoUge of rail roads, but to save tho remaining acres for tho benefit of emigrants and settlers. Henry K. Bllyson, one of the proprietor! of the Richmond DkjwfcA, It named for the Mayoralty of Richmond. Committees of both Houses of the Wis consin Legislature have reported against tbe removal of the capital of the Bute from Madison to Milwaukee. Bishop Foley, of Chicago, preached hit rareweu sermon la Baltimore yesterday. It mowed tlx laches la Cincinnati yester day, aud Philadelphia also got tome of tbe Dates. Mr. BAXter hat been elected mayor of Louisville, and George W. Levi chief of the fire department. Tbo Unlveraal Amnesty Hill. The Hon. Horatio C 3-r-Mrd, wbo rep resents the district of the Hon. fc. B Wash- borne, is Weir to prove himself a valuable working member of Congress. Thus far be hat not Uken np the time which should be devoted to ItgttUtlonwUh Idle speeches, but ho has Introduced a bill of which bo is the author, which Is at once so brief, wise, and statesmanlike, that we are induced to pub lish It entire, and give It our heartiest In dorsement. It Is as follows: Bt tt iMrtfl Ay Ika Stnatt aad Houtt a Rtnrt- niMwim v " " ." T " vi jimanrB, in .mn otmi mtitmbttti TBal whanavar tha A It a nth artlalaaf anaadneote to theUonBHtutlon of tha Ualtal Htatea aball hata baandnlvra.il Rod br tbe LeRlsIatare of any State of tba Uatted Btataa, aoatbaaqnatttatlOB tadliwi of Buoh State akall aooform to tba pro lilona of aatd artlela, all of tbe eltliena of sueb State uadaraoyof the dliablllt'ea Impoaad by tba third action of arMele fourtatn ofanaedmaata to tbe UonatltutloD ortba United Statai, thai! benna, aod tbartby be, rt Ilert d of sueb dlsa bUltlaa. The bill recognises tbe fact tbat hat been too long unrecognised, vls.t thAt tbo rebel lion closed five years ago, and that all bnt a single Stale among those which went out In 1SC1 aro now again within tbe Union. All legislation tending to favor tbe few against the majority Is wrong and should la no In stan co be successful, and tbe bill! now be fore Congress which ask that certain ex- coorearaiee auau nave alt political disabili ties removed from tbem, while leaving them remain upon other parties no less guilty, are both Improper and objectionable. If oae j thousand rebeleareto be pardoned, let the ' same grace be extended to all political of fenders, so tbat tbe restoration of the South to Its Place In the Union mar consist not alone In certain partial enactments, but In such general legislation as aball convince the Southern people tbat tbe era of good feeling accompanies their return to their old federal relationship. Let tbe South be represented In the councils of the nation by the South, and not by aliens of the North whose Ideas and fflw'rJ" ! 41aW ann nhnrtTlAtia antagonism to tbeli own. Tha experiment of sending " carpet-baggers " to Congress has not thus far been successful i It it only E roper that a RepresenUUre should be what la title Implies, aud not exactly the reverse of tbat. Up to tho close of the rebellion the Im mense coramercUl. agricultural, mlnlnir. and man u fat luring possibilities of the South were aimoei unxnown ana euogciner unap preciated. But since, by the mischance of war. me peoweoi mat aecuon nave oeco compelled to develop their natural resources. It haa been ascertained that the wealth of tbetr country la almost Inestimable. To properlydevelop It they mast bavo not only fall political rlghU and aclf-cboaen repre sentatives, but tbey must be assisted by Northern caplul and labor. There must be esUbllsbed between tbe two lately confllct lnr sections a nnltr of fraternal fcellnir. as there Is of material Interests. The Issues over which the battle was fought hare dis appeared, and the vlctorr was so conclusive and thorough tbat the North can best afford toelvetoiu late enemy tne most eenercras concessions. We, therefore, hope that Mr, Bare hard's bill may pass, rMiaJtlp'tla In ytiirer. A Proper Fate. In the Utter part of January, Mra. Ueeaett Rawllnes was shot and killed while sluing la her house, at Brunswick, VIrelnU. A negro woman bad recently been discharged from the employ ment of tho family, and suspicion fastened upon her husband as tbs perpetrator of tbe terriblo crime, though the murderer bad made his escape unseen, Harrison Hammock, tbo husband of the discharged negro woman, was subsequently caught, aud with him tba woman's brother, named Wyche, The latter con Teased tbe deed and decUrcd that he was hired to do It by Hammock. He gave tbo fall details of the shooting. The negroes were lodged la tho Jail at Lawrencevllle for trial, where tbey remained until Monday last, court-day. At a late hoar of that night the J all was forced by un known persons all disguised aud the nc f;roes were shot In their cells. Tbey were eft for dead, thongh on the following day both were still found to be alive. The mur derer Wyche has since died, and tho proca blllty U tbat Hammock will die also. There Is not tbe least suspicion wbo tbe attacking parties were, nor Is It known whether thry were white or colored. A Bostow toot a hav, a Cathollo, fo unded to be married on Tuesday evening, bnt al the last moment "recollected tbat ho had forgotten" to procure a license. He dashed out of tho house In pursuit of tho prized bond paper, out wae too late, i ne office was closed. Lent began tho next day, and for forty days he must pine, as no mar riage can bo celebrated In hla Church during Leu.. Dcbibo a recent rale In the town of Luna, Sheboygan county, nls , the roof of a barn was Uken up, carried aome fifteen or twenty rods, and one corner of It Inserted through the chamber window of tbe house, striking a bod In which a young man was sleeping. But for tbe Intervention of tbe bedpost, the sleeper would have been crushed to death. A I. os d ox coupast Is building a railway somewhere In South America, and photo irranha of the completed portions oi the road havd to be sent to London aa vouchers for tbe work done by tbo contractors, before tbey can receive tho successive Instalments of their pay, Metapotsice. A backwoods pundit elves ut tha following learned exposition of tbe effect on labor of new discoveries "Just tMHideron the anbitanlUIItv of the enlema. A young men learns a trade, when by comes ajcrsoD wbo has Invented an offset) his labor Is utterly circnmveniea as it were." A GBnif pnorasson who has been In vestigating the subject, sUtes that the num ber of suicides In Europe Increases at the rata of four per cent per annum, whllu the population nowhere Increases at a greater rate than 1.84 per cent. Avtioow at Dcs Moines, Iowa, argues that life Insurance U the duty of all men. liar first husband was Insured for $30,000, which will set her second husband up la a urs.-ciaaa grocery. Tnn mill km aires of Firth avenue, Now xorE, protest against a wood pavement in front of their palaUal residences Tby affect tbo BJgUu pavement. Wnr aro Jokes like nuts 1 Because the dryer tbey are the bolter ihey crack. THfffrapble Mammary. ZaMAEA.lhfl aaaaaaln ftt (IrMfivtM. convicted on Saturday morning. !. ice in tne Bailie hat broken np. and navigation will toon bo resumed. The CellforaUns are eamhllneon tbe bil liard playing ef Decry, Rudolph, and others BRTEBALbuslness houses of Rochester.New York, have resumed specie payments. No less than thirty Governors of tbe Spanish provinces were either removed or transferred on Saturday. CARLtST demonstrations In tha RnanUV provinces of Arragon aud Scgarla are being made. BELairu has ratified tbo poiUt treaty 1th the United States. Dr It ncrAn noatao-M Is reduced one half. GRfAT CXCltCment ai-atnit Ju&re and In favor or annexation Is reported In Chlbna hua and other border States of Mexico. Coxicl General Bronte baa tibn fnll cba .e of tbe United States coutaUte at Havana. RElrOnCEMEtTa for tba re rain Linn lata of M alalia n, on tbo west coast or Mexico, are leaving California. J. O. IlARDiiro. an Enirllihman of wealth. and a resident -during the lost three weeks at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. In New York,- com milted suicide on Saturday. Wm. A. Robibsoi, an acslsUnt teacher In Ban Francisco, haa been senUnced to six months Imprisonment In the county Jail for cruel punishment of a pupil. Tna wbtla laborers employed In the city of Nevada, Colorado, bavo driven off the China men laborers on the Pacific road, destroying their tents and buildings. ErroRTt are being made to secure a new trial for George Vanderpool, lately convicted of murder at Mai ni tee, Michigan. It It claimed that bo did not have a fair trial. Or rtrB noipncD pbbiobb arrested In Paris during the recent troubles all but teventy four bavo been released. These latter are held on serious charges. Robert Abramj, a fireman on tbo steam boat Thomas Hunt, while oiling machinery at New York on Saturday, waa atruck on the head br a crauk and lusUntlr killed. He leaves a wife and child. Three colored kb wcro Injured br the explosion or a Parrot shell which tbey were breaking up at a foundry In Wilmington, N C. One of the men Is expected to die from hU Injuries. Tnn Dako or Montpenslcr entered Madrid on Friday amid the firing or guns, the ring log of bolts and tbeenthuslaamorthepeo pia. no ia aooa to acute in mat city witn his family. Ib tub Spanish Cortes, on Saturday, a proposition for a vote of displeasure because the Bishop of Osna was brought Into the Chamber la custody of tbe civil iruards, was summarily rejected by a rote in against 9. Captain Geibbal Ds Rodas and Ioten donte Santos lately discovered new and Im portant frauds la the collection of the cus toms at Havana, and other new scheme for robbing the Government. Tna French Ojjtctal ourrwlpublfshed a decree granting permission of the Govern ment to lay a second cable from the shore of France to Algeria, Thts Is accepted as esUbllsblac- the fact that alt monopolies In ocean cables U abolished Retorts from Pemb'na sUte that Major Brnlon has been thoroughly defeated, and with fifty-seven men surrendered to Rlclj and further, tbat he bad been court-mar UalM and sentenced to be shot on tbe 30th of February The CallfornU Lerlalalur has ordered a special election In Ban Francisco, Monterey and BAn Luis Obispo counties to allow voters to decide whether bonds shall be Issued ia aid of the construction of tbo Bouthcra Pa cific railroad southward fromGUoy. Ho. CiurLM If. Porter's scheme for the consolidation of the Republican party of Virginia nitwva wuu mn aim fWu tbo Gilmer or Wlekham parties, and there la no proapect of tbo proposed contention being Tna coroner's Investigation of tbeclrcum stances relating to the death of John Dean, whoso bodr waa found In the dock at Boa- ton, with a bullet la bis head, resulted lo a verdict Justifying Officer McNamara In shooting Dean, on the ground of self-de- lence. IiTiiaUbel suit of lion. D. B. Bennett VS. the Buffalo CommtrcUl Adurtttcr, that paper publishes his complaint aod lu answer. Tho dofendant waive the usual legal delay for preparatiou, aod chat lea pea Mr. Ben nett to bring on tbo trial at the opening or the court. A pibb In Boston on Friday nlsht. corner or Summer street and People's Ferry avenue, destroyed about $80,000 worth or lumber, figging &c A fin at Newark, New Jersey, tho same night, destroyed about $150,000. mo rear outiaingoi too new ioric Diate Inebriate Asylum, at BIngbamton, caught Ore the tamo night and was entirely de stroyed The burned part locladed tbe dlu-tng-room, kitchen, laundry, and fifteen or twenty patients' rooms, and tho trvtnaaelum. Tbe loss will be very hoary. It letU mated at $75,000. Insured for I J3,W0. Tbe main building Is sllll standing, and tho patients provided for. a Parties Implicated la the New Orleans sugar frauds are Jubilant over tb reported removals of Herwlog, BcchUl,and Gormley from tbo custom-house. Casey's friends assert that political Influence and money wlthont stint have been used to effect this result. They state that Herwlg has devoted much tlmo lo the collection of evidence in fraud cases. Becbtel has been auditor of tbe office for a number of yean. Gormley was manifest clerk when large quantities of whisky were said to bare beea fraudulently exported daring the reign or tbo former col lector. Mn. Gladstoi s on Saturday received a deputation of Irish people on tbe subject of tho land bill now before Parliament, aud In response to tholr address promised every necessary modification In tbe details of that bill. The bill Is generally discussed by the English papers. Tbo London Ttmtt analyzes and Justifies It as a noble and comprehensive measure. Tbe Satnrday JittUm says tho re- Erosslon of lawlessness abould Precede Icgla it Ion. Tho Tirrui reviews and discourages tbe attempts to build a ship canal across the Iilbmus of Darleu. The London Spectator ridicules the choice of iho Duko of Richmond at leader of tho Torlaa In ihn House of Lords. Tho Pall Mall Uaictti is unable to admire tbe American policy of seeking to appropriate all tho odds aod ends of territory in me market, regaraicaa oi mo tmracwr oi the people or the value of tbe laud. Literary Hotca. Tns circulation of tho London Tmu$ is only half what It was three years ago. Tub Countesa of Oulccloll Is writing a book la reply to Mrs. Slowe's defamation of Mrs. Leigh Tns first volume- or Sir Henry Bulwer "Life or Lord Palmerston" will bo pub llshcd ImmedUUly. I a vear there were circulated 130.000.000 copies or London weekly paper, and 9,000, uuu copies oi oauy paper. Mrs. Oliphant Is author of " John,' and Charles Lever of "Earl's Dene," tho new serial tales In BlakxxX'. Msgatim. TwxxTT-rnE thousand copies of the first number of tbe now Boston monthly, OW and Xtv, have been told. To keep that np will bo success. Mn. Rcm:rdt Jonsox U preparing a book which will appear very shortly, la It he will give ladeUU the secret history of his mission to EngUnd. Ix Lobdob 40.000 conies of "Tbe Holy Grail" were sold almost Immediately after pubitlon. In Boston Messrs ioias,ws good & Co. already nunounco the twentieth tuousana Tnn poems of tho lata George D. Prentice, collected and edited by his toti, Clarence J. Prentice, are ew n to bo pabllabed In book form. Mr Prerilce will long be remem bered as the wltt and sarcastic editor oftho Lonisvllla Journal, Kentucky. Mb M" F Ti rrsii, aulborof "rroverblal Philosophy," Ac , wboae latest poem was a ullrlcalaitackonMrs Stowe for her Byron Leigh scandal, has been writing AFew Words about Animals Hereafter" for an EnglUli palod'ial called Tfa 2tock, Mni Deux Btevebsok has been arretted in East Sagluaw for boldly asserting woman' ntcbts and appear Iok on lb ttr n is la a con) plvte tult of male alllro