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Jcit uiou tbs adjoinatnt of rb
HUf TMUrdt'AfUnooa, Mr. Lofsocsllsd
up bit bUl for tb rcorguluttM of tbs'srmy.
lit rtfalw. eoMldmlloa of tbs bill "111
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BtTAunrATlTB fiwAlrv, of VfsrjlAnJ,
ysstsrity aids as laUratlsf ipsccb oa tht
lr Ha rIIras4 bill. II will U foaad n
portsd la foil la otr tecslu Cob(tsuIo1
.rtport. Tht moraine boar txplred befor.
naeladed, bat bt will lalsb. It lo-d7. '
Tn UiUTiir COKiiiiril It uklif far
ther tMtlmoar la tha cam of Mr. Churchill
charpl llh KUUf.esdeUhlpt. Tha com
rallies It sAltsUit airsAsj that tba chart a
attnit him U aajottabal u Iba charfa vu
mada U r. O demaada a thoroagh laTettlKa
Hoa. Oca aDU roucr sraa dUcaitad at
ItatvbMlb naujCommltUjoo''IadIaa
AStfra' yeaUrdar 'mornlorf aod Uaitrl.
Olarka. Taa Horn, aad Bhaaka irlra ap
pointed a commltlca to prtpara a bill to em
braca tba tIivi of ktha committee, which ara
loaboUlhaU.treatj itlpulatloat, to remote
Iha Iadlaot to ressmUoni, aad to makf
than aclfAaatAlataf . '
Joai I'lIW. ta,. al ltav.TaA. aad ear-
aral Tramlaaat'lrn k-r' ,"'
ills ' t ' ..a-....B ii mi im.. a
LVslaao to examlaa. lalo taalr aaeaaau aad
release tha eplrtu lllaed V Collector Ballej,
oflbathlrlj-aseoSid'Ne'w Tork." Tha Com
mttalooer, howerer, dtcllnea to taterftra la
U4 matter, and tha parties meat await tba
actloa of tka coo.ru.
Tu ui03ino of Becoad Ueatenaat
Cbsrlet.O. Eekbtrl, burtk .United SUtet
artlllenri bat beta accepted to take effect
Beptembef lit, 1870. Tba Secretary of War
ass directed- that prlralo John Iloga, com
pany E, 18th XlUaola lofantry, who waa sen
tenced to twenty-one years Imprisonment
In 18i, aad ;Ja ,now, contoad In' lie Ohio
penitentiary, thaU be released.
In ni novia io' Rirajiuiinnt yes
terday Iha Commute j on JdUltarjASalra
was, on motion of Mr. Wathbnrn, of Mas-
aachuatu, dlraclad to lncjalra Into tha expe
dleneybf atubllshlnf la each Congressional
district, a board or oacera foracompetUlra
examination of eandldatea for appointment
to tha military academy al Watt Point and
tha naral academy at Annapolle.
NouuiTiois. The rretldenl lent tha
followlaf namlaatlone lo tha Senate jealcr
day i TV. HHardy'to be Antaiorof Inter
nal Berenaa' for tha Third dUtrlet of LOnliV
anai Jed. P.- 0. Kmrnont to ba Catted
Butet Attorney for tha Northern district or
Tlorldai Benjamin J. .Waters to ba Chief
Jattlea of the Bnprema Coart for Idaho Ter
ritory) Jlenry M. Martin 'lo b AaslsUal
iDrsTfm la tha nam Master Francis Bher-
tUUJeu)enan pa tka retired, Hst,,'
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Conruirr hATlef bsaaxnada that tha
Trauary clerks were la tha habit of ablest
log themielTea from their detka dnrlag
oiacs hoars, tka Baeratary, It It naderttood,
wUllttaa an order BotUjIai lhaheadeof
Bureaaa thai Iha honre prescribed for woik
mail be faithfully adhered lo, and thai they
iet tha axtmple. Secretary Donlwall la la-
variably at blaofflca'at nlna o'clock In the
morning, and racently baring bnsinett with
loms of Iha heads of Bareau, learned that
Ihey hai), tottosde their appearance.
Laorcai ar Oiic. HowJao. Major Oen.
O.O.ilotkldVmdlirjsfCk lfctnrdander
lti.snarjliie&tthsrirsnd'lrmt"of Iha Ba-
pnbnc, al Unaota Half, vi Monday rrenlng,
Maroh It, on "Amy laeldtnU aad rsraoiui
Cxparleneea Prior1 abd 'Paring ths War."
Oen. Howard haa Mlrered thla lactnre be
fore critical andlea'sea ta Boston, and he had
tie'prbn'd satlifaetloi'ofbcjpg'rtcelred'snd
applaaded to. tha ecto.' The General will
tioakrof what -ha knows, aad tbe lecture
may,balooka.rorwatlilouwlth(mora than
nsaal latereat,
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W iix'a Oraai'a noma. A largo and).
raM WA4UaltendAfl.ee to wttaeu the third
parformaaca of tha Chapman sisters. The
oldCsraanf tha ."Qnlet FttoUr" was most1
aduraiy rendered. ..The buriuqoe' tf
;voaji or Arc-' u realty one or taa tameit
thlaga thai were" Jr iaen (bonlj;re.
dMmlog foatsre being t"combat between
Bishop aad -Kenned, which "Is (rily comi
cal. ItU.wtll worth1'(l''-t!llo;win,ito
listen to tha'Tlotia' solo afghtly rendered by
Mrs Withers to tha delight of 1 the audience.
Tha programme i for lo-nlghl embraces ,tha
barleviaaof "Fra Dlaioto" and, the fares
of Vraated-1,0M Mllllaen.'"
Taa oxlt rUrrcae recelTed" by Iha Freel-
dent yeeterday weraa General Masuel de
Quuada, aidVlonaj" Adolph Verona. coo
rAanlstAsdiurgeonWa-ahlcf, reepectlrely,'
of the reTolullonary foreea la Cuba, accom
panied by Senot Bala, of tba New Tork Vu-
ban, Junta. ,A note,1wai.ddrciied .to. Iha
Frealdeai during tha morning by Mr; Rolf,
asking If an laterrlew could be granted, lo
which Iha President replied Jbat he would
cheerfully raeelra them Ipareoually. Theln-
lanlew lasted about' half an hour, during
which lima' General Qoesada ipoka'wlth
much reeling or Iha condition or affairs la
Cuba, and hoped the day was not far dis
tant when this conn lry would recognise
them. Tha distinguished rlsltore withdrew
much pleased with their reception, Subsc
qucuUy (hey callsd at Iha UU Oepartmeat ,
aad were latrodscAd to Secrrtary Fish.
Quaxu. BOTUa.-wUI Introdaia In' Ue
Uouse a memorlAt' slgnodVf fJolone John
nildretb, of Brooklyn, la "regard, to tha as
sault on tha latter by Bator Louis Be Fotea-i
tad, Jnt eecretary of the Spanish legation
. .vi. .i. ix. ini4MiK.i.(kti..i Vi.it.i
tlilllng Bendr Fotestad on builnast last
Thursday, tha latter annulled him without
-pTOToaalion; knockleg him down' on' the"
ttoaaUpt,and Injuring him tererely. Mr.
Dlldreth'i fact and head ara braised aad
cut ia t rrightrnl manner, and hu Mck
Is l also much tojarfl 114 reprcttata that
totastAA also. Oied rery lnsulllog language.
Tht1 lUuUoa of Secretary TliU hai bna
called lo tha mailerhad redrew It promised
Mr. nildretb la i a rery nelet, orderly ; aad
laoffeaslrt maar It wDi ba remembered thai
ha orlglaatsd thMxpoenrea of tha N aw TorX
awlll-allk dealeretereral years agObrTiuA.
tit. If. T. rrttwu.
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.NtloiL Tnutaa. Lut night lbs ten
tatlon drama, "Waltlog1 for tha Verdict,"
waa again admirably presetted by tha stock
company. Tonight Mra. Bowen, hating
recorered from her lndlspoelllon, wUI appear
la her specially of "LadyAndley'a SecrtU;1
fibe will balaaoporlad by that promising1
yonng actorMr. J.C. McCollnm. When
Mrs. Bowers 'was first aanohteed,- II was
auted that tha lady would appear la "Bast
Ljnne." Wa do hope that aha will sot pro
daca that well-worn drama here.
Mrs. Bowera poeietiet too much ability to
etoop to the repreeentatlon of tnch a char
acter aa Lady Isabel, which tha thoald
abandon entirely lo Lucille Western. Lei
her appear ai Blanca, Jolta or Pauline, and
wa can Touch that tha attendance will be
fully as good, and the audience will ba far
better pleased. ,0f comielhe tuggastlon of
her appearance la aliher of tha abora ebar
actere la tpon' tha hypotheela that tha com
pany )i capable of sHbrlng compeunl tnp
port.i Whether' such Is tha cast cid ba bet
ter dclenalaad after to-nlghu
Tna Cosrsusca ArrotrxirTl. Ws
publish elsewhere'Ia to-day'a paper tha ap
polalments made yeaterday at tha Baltimore
Coafereaca of Ike M. B. Chercb1, In eetelon
la Trederlek. r It will be obeerrtd that lere
ralckangaa hare'.beea mada. Bar. N.J.
B. Morgan, lata presiding elder of this Dis
trict, goea lo. Iha Baltimore city eteUoai
Ret. George V. Leech,' who vaa on tha lilt
of tupernsmerarlei last Jeer, II' utlgiedlo
the Weet Bire'r circuit Rer. J. Hi M.
Lemoo, well known here, goce lo Uereford,
la the Bail Baltlniore district) Bar. Wm. H.
Chapmaa; who was for A. long tima stationed
la Georgetown, goes to Xmory church, In
West Baltimore) Mat. J. ,B. Tan .Meier
cornea to Byland chapel, and BeT.C.'W.
Baldwin goes to Weelmlaelari Bar-J A.
Macauley, formarly of Oaorgstowa, la an.
poiatod presiding tlderi Bet. W, T. D.
mMK. m talk. V..f 1S-..I.1.m.L w
la plan af Mr.a a-f arpotatari
aaaaing siuer oi aaa rfiacacaier oisuint
Bar. Jaaua Brads ta aaai to Oarsoah ahapal,
la iVee of M.abt, aad Est. I. a Owtn
to Wauth chapel. In place of Mr. J. N.
Darlij Bef.J;n.'DiilJsllgoes'to George,
towa, In place of Mr. Macauley. Then la
no assignment for Wesley Chapel Mission.
THa Tax da- ToaicocC Tha Oommlttea
on Wayt and Means had a protracted eee-J
tloo yeeterday, Iha entire lima being pot
earned la discussing the mertu of the pro
posed changes hi the rercnua law concern
ing tobacco. They flnt heard the Tlewt of
II. W. Honl, preeldent of the Pioneer To
bacco Maautacturlafr Company of Brook
lyn, New Toik, who repreeented also the
arm of Buchanan Lyall, of that city, both
plug tobacco manufacturer., and who paid
conjointly last year nearly 11,300,000 taxes
on maonfaclnred aod told goods. lie op
posed' Ihi redaction of 'tha 'ui on' ptc j'to
boeco, and argacdla farorof an uniform lax
of n ca.U f n"a ," V.TJ
hwmn nanaimathtiaiereatsof Iheplog
manufacturcra ware not repreeented by the
committee o'. the Natloaal.AttociAUoa-al
all. On Iba other hand It was' thown that
tha tax on emoking tobacco ef 1. cents per
pound waa an nnjnst dlscrlrainAtlon la' fsror
of the contimer, whlla for the poorer quality
of ping tobaeeo.they wire taxed 31 cenU per
pound. The proposed modlflcallooa of the
law loggested by the delegatea from the
national Astoauuoa concerning ainuag tuo
namea of, jnaouikclarera from tha notlee
label, to abolish 'monthly' rslarn i, tha cntJ
torn of bondbg tobacco under the- pretence
that It la for export, and many other points
were all opposed by Mr. Haul aa' Injurious
alike to tha Government and manufacturer
After hearing Mr. Hunt for oyer su hou- In
support of tha tntereata of- the plug mand-
fadursre,! Commissioner Sslano "waatnatt-
haard, and submitted a tambar of leture
from the largeet mannfacturlnz citahlUh-
menu In tha West eoollrmlag the'.tlewa bf
Mr. IlnnL T ha eabj act waa thoroughly can
Tasted, and tha proposition, to increase 'tha
lax 'on smoking tobacco to S3 centa 'pec
ponad argued at aoma length. Thecommlf
lea regarding Ihla article aa a laxary rather
than t necessity were not disposed lo radaca
Iha tax, at least co plag tobacco. whUalt
waa apparent from tha doenmantarj eil
denea, sued iha facta enbmlilad that tha beet
Interests of tha rerenae reoaireatn nnlrorei
tax oa ail zaanuthctared tobaeecC
II la nndaratood thai tha Committee on
Wara and Means will not hear arrr mora
arguments upon! 'this irneltloo, but will prir
para their report without delay, and ba ready
to submit all modlleatlona or Iha bill when
the House U ready to consider U.. II le.be-
UeTad tha lax on smoking tobacco wtu M
increased toS-i catU, Aad that tha commlttaa
will recommend that tha Increase go Into
enact Immediately after Iha passagd of the
bill, If ladeed It Ihould bicoma t law.
Already manufactnrere Tmpiaia that thf
agUation) of tha reduction of tha tax aa sng
gested by tha national assoelAtloa'haa later
fired wllh their baalaeaa, and ' thaUhey 'are'
nol disposed to risk a .large stock sntll tha
o.uesllon.lt settled. ", , , - . i
- n i i lt!,fc-
lata Dlf-aer al Iba XxeeallTa Kaas-
' t rl)t.elO 4t 1 t
The regular ttala dla aar look, place atha
XxecutlTd Mamloa Isslerenlng,'ihe .table
cuapiay neisg luuy equal so any wucu an.
preceded It, Tha gnastt were, arranged It
the following maaaere Ot tha north''elde of
the table, la tt-a wnlre. ulHhe Preeldent,
wth Mrs. Sajator ferry ,a poo.-bfajlihl aid
lire, rjenavor uarpenier-apon ua ten. f w
the right of Mrs. Ferry er arranged Sena
torBUwart, BanatM McDcmatdiW.'PcprV
tentallra LytlciilBepraeahtatlree Washhnrn,
WUion, of Ohio, and: Hoar.-'Al'lbe, left of
Mrt Carpenter" Were aeated fjenator Scott,
Bepretentatlra Uorrcll,' Mra. Leonard Mytn,
BepreeentatlTee Ilooper and Benjamlo, and
Mrs. BrpreeentAtlTe Grlawold Mrs. Great
wu seated directly opposite the" President,
lunported on bar right by Senator Wllley
and on her left bfi Senator Carpenter. Be
yond Bcnator r WUley', f ire Senator Ferry,
Mrt. BepreeealatlTa Washburn, rtepreicnU
tlTes Lynch and Jencksl, Mrf . Hoar and
BepresentallTa Ccuni,, At tha )e(t of fenaw
lor uarpenter were senator Heuraaryy-atre.
Senator Scoltv Xtprotenlatlraa Cnltom'Vnd
Myen, Mrt. Morrell aad BepraiinUlfTe
arlewold At lie cast end of llje talU were
BeprsMnlatlTCS Wslls and .Loaghrldga, aad
al tha wael end Reprtseotsll'ei Conger and
nowen. .
Tn three UrgettJ Tjfe iuuratvoa Compa
nies U the United Sutee aretefJoDnecVku
Mutual, the EqnlUbU of New Tork, and
the Mutual Life of 'Mi Tork. Tbe hail-
nets for the year 1809 of .best comnahW
wu i
Coun'Jout-MutBAl.,,,t - $39,021,099
AVjulUble. , , OO.tW.Wl
HutHAlUTi ST.Kwk.il
TflELOBBOF'THE.OKElDA
0FFIC.AL INFORMATION
COKSKCT MIT ilUW 10IT AID litKD
A Iiotbr from Ba;gJoii SadUrdT
BwreUrr Robeion jMlerdiT recelTed thi
foUowtflf fetter, coQUtalpjomcUUnror rnk
tlMtla rtUtlOo.to tHo low of lli Uilted
Butu itcimer OnoldAi i '11 ,
. j , rt.f uTnlAtttt Til ilk,)
loiDaiRiidiriii
eiaaaarr n, iito.
tha alaklos of t.t Ualtad Hlataa tttiattf
OaaldabraoUldlairwUh tha Ptalnaalar aad
itPttlnaali
aaa.tr lim
Orlaatal uompaay'a tatll taamtr lianDt;
Yoktkamtbar.oathaalihtof tht flat laat
Tht Oattda Itft thli hafkor. bouad to Hoot
Jatoskf. about a d tn. or that dar. aad whan
ptar 8artto( Hll waa atraatt kf.tklt
tttftnar. thm arrltUf frota Uoo Kotfal
Tht On rid a waa atraok Joit forward ef bar
atarhaard rniitaa rlfglar, tatrrltf awtf tht
wktlt ef tht it arbOArd-.il (tartar whtal aad all
ataariiif fair, akd tank, to far all hart baa a
ablt ta taarnlar about fltltaii ralautai attar
tkt tolltaior. roQroffl-.tr aad Bitf mta wtrt
arad, tatwobotta.
I rtaptaUall Ualoit ft Hat of thoit ttrtd
aad a Hat ef ttoaa loat. inrar aa I taa aaatr
lala front tkt aarrlrJai enatra aad maa.
IhtTtalrtAdf tonmuDlaalad tkt aad UUI
llf tatt to Iltar Adnlrtl Rovaa. bow at Ilotf
pi oaf.
I hralt Tijjitlf of thtppporlMtllr to forward
tka kkt Anarltara aalllAf bt Uaaafaa
trtetaVwktth Tciatl itlli la morrow for Hta
rraatltaot
Tkt Paalfla a til H now ortrddt front Saa
efraatlBao, aad ao atttmtr will tall for that
port tttlll about tbt nd proalnto.
X am, air, vary reiptalfu Hr ion t obtdlatt
trTtaf, U.K. Mutt aw,
L.tatt Oom'r, Ooonaadtaft
LUrofDClccrtlott Commander E. T
wtillamt commtodloEi Lttateotat Corn
mttdtr Win T. SLawArt, ei-omctrj Lieu
tenant CommAnder rum. W. Muldaur.
PATlcatlif oCleert Uatur WaJler: fitrgtAnt
UeUttr alobq B. PbelAn, Eaalnt -Jkmot VT.
Cowlt, CUrltt K; Drown.WlilUm II. Uhler,
Grt; K. Bowen, Chtflet A. Copp, Jamet
0. Hall, Georjjt K. Adtmt, FdymaiUrThot.
jUTnllock, Jr., AtaUUnt Baneon Edward
Frotttfogbao, Tint AialiUat fingloeert N.
B. LUUc , nTllAnd BtntoD. Second Anlit
ant Imjintert ChAtlta Wi, 0., Stater, Tolia
rorntnee, CArpefltef J, D. Blnner, raymit
Urt Cltrk W. 0. Thomu. 1 i '
Llat of offlctn taTed HtiterliAAd rttet,
Barrton eAtnea SnddArdi, Actios; BoaUwalr)
ltlobolaa Attdtrtotj, CapUUU Cltrk vBi
W CrtjTTMklaid. -t
ZaUt of t aATtdScaaitsr--Wni. Ad
Jahii BaaWyYAjfttMawvaUAAirki ,- -.
ata-JJaairBtaatU.WBi. Bltoaj, CharUt
Brown, Jabou Ilonaioa,, Job Joaet, IiAAa
ftnmf Jcwtph P. Lone.. Ckariat Reran,
TTinUm lid HoacV Uirrf Bandera, Joha
Bqttrtl,:.ChrUUn Yager. CoaI hearert
TbomAa'Begicj, Mtebatl Bojlo, Robert T.
Drer. Uearr Oernerj, Wm. Uolki, Mania
HcIXi.e, refer Bmllh, and Patrick Abekas.
Landiaien Qeo. W. KanrmtD, Philip Me
Donald Bobu r. Rard. and The, flpeen.
Jlrnen-.rAlrlck UnanlaBQAiu, Jobn Ureeo.
James .McJtnald, Edward Uafrtk, Edwan.
ltaUiy, John Bweeoer, and Kdward Tate.
ltrlaat-,rrnt J. Connolly, John Kellr,
WMtlQjiton l'AiUT,andWm.ToaU Ward
room itewanl A.'Cbloff, and WArd room
boy, A. Cbow. Sh!pt-nattr-.Win. lleary.
CapUln bt tba kn yard WUllm. O. Klnr.
CoiiWAlaJW. Jordan. BoaUwaln'i mate.
Thoa. O. Lyoni. Qnarter gnnntrt Tbot.
SttTaawa and Wm. Talker. Cabln-tltw
Ard. A. 8am. Boyi Jdo. Lour. A. Harm.
Abraham Slotbofl, A. 8. Henry Well, flhlp'a
cook Michael MarrAf, Corporal -Jaati
BUnley. r
Lilt of InllltaJ Uan llla.tr, o--Walliatr.
Allen, WillUm Boyntoo, Anthony Dotaford,
Etehant Boatoo. (colored,) Ilnjh Baraet,
J?faa Ptalf Jmetojlt,Fra?ia U. Bonn,
Btojamla BaptUt, (colored,) Mllet Blunt,
Jamet Bnrr, Jasaet X Clark, LHnnU Croaan,
Jamea Corey, Jamta Cannon, John Cannon,
John Cooper, WUlUm Clark, George Cham
ban, John Dale, IlngU Donnelly, Earneat
Deckert, William D. Dolphin, Jamet Ferrn
aon, Hanry Foi. Edward FlUpatriek, WU-
iiam i Arreu, laomaa jraiion,;nai. ueancn,
WlUUmlUuenbnrgh, John nill, Jia. IUw
klnJtFraak Ilayden, Joeeph Jeffrey-. John
E. Jeiini, Robert Johnton, ChArlaa jAneon,
Itrael Jaeobeon, Thomaa Keating, George
KuhivWUllAoi O-LawU, (tolortjd,) George
LAorniaaMatthew'LyDCDBr C. Lyone,
Falriek llATtUt, JAmet UeGlenchy, John
Unrpfay,' Albert Afnrpby, Ho go Moonty. W
MAhoneTd John McClnakty, Jamet McFellen,
Ilojth uarphr. John Koran. J. D. Moontr.
John .Uorraa, i Charlea JSoUer, Jtrtmlab,
m money, wm. AicKwen, rauicx. Mcuraaa,
Cornellnt Mtnby, ChrUUtnOlaeo, Jamet
O'Brien. WillUm romeror. John Fettltrrew.
Johia BW Piietv Thomaa Koddr. William Klek-
eui. vuuiea Dcaoouingt wonn u. eenier,
DaVid BQtar. tnla BtarKGaUjraraA.itbma.
r r. -. .:-... . -. .. .
t-" . . : ' -i t . .
jameiDumer.'not.Bui.iott.JonnDnorur.
(ioreatyon.v mompson. juatw .xown
'tend. George A. Waltere, Thomu Wooley,
ChArita -Wren, ''WillUm White, Thomu
1 JaaAA-a, ilUUWBIMIIi AU 1 dBK, AU stMW, AU
Tug, Ah Long, Ah Seng, Ah Tong, Ah
Bang, A?a on voy uninAmAtt.
IBariTatAViJajnaa Buddarda. of tha Oneida.
from whom the Ant lntelitgance of htr Io
wu trcelred, hu wrtUtn a rery IntaretUng
lttur eoacornlnjf the CAUmlty to hit father,
n HtT. ir ooaaaria, oi, i-nLiaaeapni.
Tha letter u utea xokooAmA, J Annair oi,
tha itui day u tba abora Utter from LUa
te&Ant CommAnder MbIIad. aad la u fol-
"ffi lailfaVaiAima at I d. m. oa the Uth.
At fU we were rua lata by the Bombay ea
the a tar board qutrtar. tha wnolt of wklak wat
aaiTiatT mwuj, oaf .rati us iuii. warn y.r
thtrp Iroo, aad tat tTtryUilBjr at with a tklatL
Tkewhttf, ttetrlag fair, apaakar-booBt aad
KIT aad poop oahla ware all tarrlad away, aad
Afttte aalautaa akt aaaktaifouttata lath-
auef water, aad out of a inriuuft t wanly-
a alSaara. aaJ aaa hundi'tMl atait HftT Bin.
a aarnaar aajt AA. ara lift ta tall Iha
tale. Tkt ward room dluoarwai JaatOBaJhad
ai vaa Btomtai oi int aoiinioa. ai imbii ia
ate at u tht wkoit aide int a nip waa toniti
twilltt- Is a tha dlanar takla. Wa all raihai
oaaaaa. aai a ij mmt ejTj.aia wa
the rtattal toafualoa. . Aa I aUpptd OTtr tht
heUheambuiglaaw a Una sttamtr just titer
lag at. Hktwat hailed by our tiatutlrtof-
attr aad rteuaatad to stay by vs. but aa far at
1 ludVa. thtv ataamtd iwir aa fastta
laid gv Iwalktd aft ea fkajuartar
til aat that aaarvlklnr waa a Maa had la
uagt,utr aiaamsa
d ws I walked aft
dttA And taik that trtrylhtar wae tmathtd to
plettcItktB leoked otar tht tjuarUr and
aawlkt exttaf of tht damage. I belltrtd tbea
that. Iha akin-would go dowalatwov-mlauiea,
aad rapidly aooalridad that erery oee mast
look out ftrhimetlf.
tuAt LlwaUsad tktotUloaI Aotlftdthat
tka watkWoeai boat. Wblth huBfal tkt Bart
quorttr(wa maavatd bylwttre-or fountta
mto. IJumptd oa ue ran tad aiktd it aa
emstr wae ia the boU iTht mta aald aev and
aetiogwhol was, tkeysaldi "JumplatDo
ttr,HAadtltlogholdof ma, two oMbrtof
tktax dragged me lato tkt boat. I at east
took tharge ardtrlaca mta at tithifallte
lower whaa ordtrtd. ilavlog AnttafcaUtkt
raattaiaia wiia JtatTts, w aiaia inaa wain
wlthla thrttjor four mlautta of tht thtp'a
glog dowa.' 'Danog tula tlma the boatawala
aad two or three mta got lato the boat, mak
lagiae wtott araaTa ataaa. we wara
atUlhaaglaffaltkedaTlla whta tht ship be.
gtatorell la that patrol Ur way wMh pre
tadat fouodtrtag; aad tkt boat waa dashtd
dtah htr la plaste. 1 tttktd-ea dttk, aad aaw
bo out abaft tht malamaat, aad atytordtra
tolowtrawar aod hoagythe fall. 'After
tgaitsi lae aiae et tat ""iP. laraaiaoiag to
wards htr fail got jtamuod, aad hod to bt tut
with B'halfa. Had we beta thrtt mlautta
lotgtr at the davits,' It would hare beta too
lata, aa she waat dowa like a ahot aftar aiart
jag, aad the auction would have tarried our
boat daw with tka wrtak. X mav maatloa
dowa with tk wntk.t i may maatloa
htre thatwkea she wu brought up to tke
Idakaake'Btarlyauak tloi
laaiwae aaa was nr
atha'aaarlrtuak aloai
DBglitlff,
r, aad oa t
amlaatlta It waa found thkt ttrta plttts war
brokeu oa the atarboordaldOf. aad ef the
plaaka waa knoakta aa lota out or putt.
Tbla mutt hart btta doatvbp-tke eldt of Ibt
itaka waa knotktd ta lath
tared toy more la our boat, as ska would have
Biltd aad goaa down with a heavier load,
"AtthetotawAla tut tht fall a juak'waa
tatatiottby,u4trtatl,- Wtstartad for htr,
alatdlBg to bring htr aloagaldt. If possible,
olag free, the rapidly left ue. and
tro e thrt mlautta wt ftta 11 upt ai
latterobaakJo.the thlpfduedthal
id save int.. i tuui aaaer boii. nowvtr. a on
log free, the rapidly left ue, and tn about
BBUtUIB
lanaaaii
theaght
dlaspptand. Wepulltdfawhtrewttheught
SB oaa oata. Bui aaaiaB of Beer LareiaiBB;,
BahUy haadtd for tba abort, tod laodtd about
m, xatoatewiBiBpto A Japautat htutt,
aaaavaA tki-aa rulilae. And aiattatl att tar Va
koktmt, tweutyHlva or tbiityaniiaadiataat.
We erotsad five mouatklot oa tke way, and
surtou i
hod the most fAtlgaUgrUamyti taalm
aalaa. Wa art I wad all aai at laui eValAik nn
t most AiiguifrS'a",y toatm
We arrived all a( at four alotk oo
tht mortlog of tk ttikwhtu Isprtadtht
tiawa aad aaatdowa asilstaaaa to Ike wrak.
The vassal wai foutd yetterdsy, but no bodlaa
vesaai waa rouaq yatiargar, vat no OOtliaa
tti Thf Lettish toBBular tourt la lartstl
or tht matttr AU tkt efflttrt ef tht
bey bavt bun oa BAAmUAtiea, Our tare
tomt to-morrow, JSr be Loag, tht
MT" X.P1
vaiiog
Ilataba
will aome lemorro. .Mtv Lta Tar.
AmerleauMttUtarf Utonduatlagtheproettd'
lava on our bekalf. You will know tha raanll
by tkt atgi patlflt mtU, due la tiaa Fraastase
Marsh IT, Zlasdtdca shore U ukdnimsl-
.uf.rdaiMorVporttaroaLirrt. tAuntmuii in luw tqrh
1or,VliWil am ui oV mtbw ml waUli
f ra"atta' IbaTara,o-kl-
frui eaaarraaaa aaa axiMtavaai n
nei use a-seir. Art'retohamabaCtMf, en,
Irenwlyklaa to the surrlTora, The leaUaa
aralasi Ik. aaplala ol Ike Boettar far aol
efonpt&cJs letaDss, s.4 It Ike ec-urt stlsaipti
l whltewaah klvi vleleaae n.TBa ttleaiBte4.
ITOra, TBI IHUM
01
nta
N taaacl that kai arr baaa In Eatttrft
? waa to popular tha Ootlda. t
k e tilth oAaara air thar wftuU anh
ratbartntnlifortaia halhppnd u.thair
own ratieia, or twalra ailaira aaUaf diaaar
al tka tint tf tht lollUloa I ta tht oalr oat
It It."
O-OLDll
FLUCrUATIONS YESrERDAY! !
&JE1SE3 IN THE GOLD nOOM
WHAT THE PAPIBI BAY
Naw, Toak, March P. Oold opened at
10,V, wllh a rraoUo rath to tell, and went
icUOr tWt ia tl. Tht JapVm uyt t
"At tbla Jnnrtart tha tmll cllqnet on the
Block ExehAnre tnddenlr bid amid nn ta
11H, la order to make the btda At tht Trtaa-
nry appear rery mac& btiow the market.
And toprerent tha SacrtUry from aelllng
any gold. Tha toUl amcrunt of gold bid wat
IS,J,000, at IWHQn. At 19.45 p. m., It
wu announced that tba BecreUryhAd Ac
cepted blda for f 1,000,000 at 110 OO-lOOlll
10-100. Thlt threw the gold room Into con
TDlilom. nod down went tha prion to 11 OK
Dot laddenly the market turned on the up
ward tack, and tha price wu Jumped up to
11. a real excitement Attended tbeta fre
quent flnctnallone, And tba gold-room wae
the teens of enormoui operation a."
bcooxd joiiriTcn.
Nxw Toir, March 0. Money eaiy at 4
to 6. EzcUngedolUndhearyatSH The
gold excitement of yeaterday wa! kept up
today, and tho gold-room has presented a
scene of the wildcat disorder Imaginable.
Kearly one hundred millions of gold were
bought and sold, and oil sorts of crary
demon air Atlons were Indulged la erery time
the price declined.
A ptiTAte cable telegram reported the death
of tha Emperor Napoleon. AaA'ha vrlea lm-
mtdUtaly atarted np, and A large acaonnt
wu sold on Iha firury, baA dJtpatek 'lYom
Wuhlngtoa 'annoanced UAJataaMAjUir.
or ina Atnaie not to recommit tu rnndlor
UU, and the price Ml. The changes fto-cUy
wcV almotl without precedent, and at timet
ltwuAlmoat Impoulblato keep pace with
the fluctuaUoneia price la mercantile circles.
Boalnest Is unsettled bjthv 11 actuations In
goid, And prices naTe a drooping tendency.
The market opened with great excitement
and tha flnt u! wu made at 10K bat In a
abort time fell to 20Jj,the Joweal polo!
reached ilnet JaTy 7, 1803. The price After
wards reached I0li, with some bids at
UK. Tbe market then fell to 10,?, and
closed weak And ferexlsh At 10Wji.
Losdoit, March 0. A strong speculAtiTO
Intertit In AmerlcAn eecarttles Is dere!opIug
here. '
What tbe Pptra Bmj,
The New York papers all harst much to
tay In rtlttlon to the trauiActloa In gold oa
TncsJay. Tbe New York Ttmii, or, ytster
day, says i
At tht optnlBr of tht board tht prist of
(old waa 11SH. lit fort 11 o'eloek 11 had follaa
dlalalr afttr tht hour of noon tht prtnlaat
dtellatd tfila. aad llAt it wat 111 Ua
twttnl aol to'eloak tht duetuatloaa wart
batwtaalllaadlUe Thtalttookaaothtr
pluegt aad want dswa tolllK tad la a raw
moataata to 111. II waa aov atldtalthat
tkt baariM wtrt Aarlnc aa tatyttBtef It.
aad that the bnU Ultrtat had abandoatd
lhafltld. Tkt aptatttora lo thagalltry war
almost ready to ehatr, but wtrt appartatlf
waltlag for atlll more thetring reauita. A
offarorlM,000 at ink wat aaaraaly tUta ba
foia 11 waa ataaoted. aad the word aold.H
dowa wtat tka prlee to that Bi
alt.lltl ba ahaniVl MT1II I -a, tt I
Brurt. Borne
t lor t iDO,ooo.
aad flodlog hta otTar not aaaepttd, ahtngtd hie
propoaltloa to H, "Sold" waa ytllad by eta a
lorlao lunga, tad up wtat tkt prlaa to 11114.
Thtrt wat a lalt, ItUrrnpttd by toUtary otfar
lo buy above eO,0lnd Sioo.floo at H. Tbe
abaaaatof olfara aboTt i damoottratad the
faal that no eae waa than dltpotad to adraee
tkt prlae. HtaTy eptraton trod tht pUtfom
aatlgatd to the loan market wllh tare ea
tbaalartlor aaraoaad approaahlaa'aa effkr
to borrow, but the boirowtra wtrt law aad far
bttwttn.
Those optratora who had goat la for a
aaesnUtloa aad had Btourtd aomt of tht gold
that waa let out at 1UW triad thtlr luakto
ualood at lUVi and U1H, bat shouted tbam
aalTta hoars bafor tl.tr foaad parahaitra,
aad tvta tbaa wara aomptlladto modtratt
thatr damaada a frastlon. . Whta tka prltt
touaked U.S It did about 130, tbart waa a
rash to sail, and thsa tkt lota otTtrad war la
tht oaigbborbood or autooo aaa 100,000, Thlt
ualoadfeg tarrltd tht maiktt down again to
Wnd thta oaothar $100,000 ttat It to aH
lain, atiia ajuuiae. wt yuiautu taaaii -.
whta dowa It wtat to 111, aad thta the aptou
latort thttrtd TOtlfaroaaly The "btara"
nasUaattdthalr gratlflsalloa by appUutliag,
whlsh aomtwhat toragtd tbtvbaUOwhw
wtntlaatroogandputup tha prltt t Ultf,
but It waa htll tkart for aa laataat ooly, aaa
rtaara ir waat aaala to tka three alaal an
martvli. aad tkta ataak for about two tnlBuUa,
wnit'oswa it piuDitru is uva int waa
graattd with laor applaua frpm tha gallerlaa
aad tka 'baara " Tka fornar wara aDDaraaUa
Isady for tajlklag.aad wtrt now jutt la tht
urn or to applaud at trtrr dttlloe of oa
tlghth. Tht exasperated "balls" toald not
etaad this, sad, uojtiag their norat l
forafaw mouaata, whllt tht.i"btarBgalh
trod breath aad "ammuaUloa., Tbla wae
aaa ratthaaaliiar. aad dowa weal th brlaa
aaa la to 110 undtr the pressure of lots of
ThetiTcelof tbla downward pWgttageU
lo not ragardtd with aay stall m is of alarm,
to far aa aaa be ascertained. iTha tommtrelel
tlaaaet hart, la a mtaaun,exeleil It for
aomt lime, aaa are tatreiore prepared w meet
Has mush bow as they tvtr will be. Frittt
of imported eteda have been marked dowa la
aaiABte oi ina uatim ia geio, aaa inoae an
tlalttwhtsb art sold ob a gold baala,tutha
gooda la boad, aa, will, tf toots, not bt
UMliUi awn a, gajiaj (oaia m tww puiBia
laatrap a naval a ttaTrTaaata aaa ba taa a mad. aad
thta thtpublit raatijtBda hud fo prtrtat
asj tufjauaiwa wi auviai.
The New York J7rrad uysi
Yaalardar told still aa low aa 110V aod
rotated butaamall fraatioa from thatdgure
wntn ii wa isnvuB.iv laai m pvr patj
millions additional eurreaer. Theeteadyd
aliaa from ISO. whisk waa the n-ltt allkeke-
g In Ding of the year. It dut to tht o par at lea of
parviT iBiaiJiBBiw aauaapi ui ia pvun, aaa
ptsulaUve ml ad baa kttn to long aesnstomed
to think that J-itraakcald b a premium oa
maid that tneuteltae hta beeneottetted attu
by stsp la tapeetatle ef rttovtry of formar
prlsaa. The fall to lower quitatloaa la split
of Ihla opposition oaly tht mort lo ralblyprovte
laapraaaaaavB aaiuiattvattantaa ia iummrovy
ID v mi aaa aii sAwa,
The FhlUdeIphIi-J(;tr, la Its money arti
cle of yesterdays, uysi
The present study ptrtnuntt of th fall la
gold, without a rtattltn, 1b almost uBtxata
pled la the history of tbe flustnatlOBS la th
frtmlum. There are aooe who tare to buy
rttly for tn advaqet.aad those who have
beta tht a hit! apetulatlve aallara durlog the
lata fall atlll eoatlaua to eall with munh eana.
dtooe. Should the dlveralty of ttatlmtalla
Uongrrsa oo the fuadlog kill lead to Its defeat.
iu - nun in BwiAa, tuuav ivi, viva ia tarn prr.
mlum Ooldvarlat la this market, taah aad
rrui"r, iron hm pr cena.irom infquo
tatlOHattNtw xerk.
Tna stockholden of the Union Pacific
railroad met Ia .Boston yesterday, and
elected tha directors for the eniulnr rear, at
follows i Oliver Ames. Oaket Ames, John
unu, eoau jiauey, u. aa. Jtciormiea., wi I .
iiiauucu Abe iMiu, Miaua. a.akut, a. u.
LomUrd.O. 8, Chapman, Jttncfl 1) rooks,
O. M. Podge, Bldney Dillon, Vraderlek
Ul.Vamn. mA 1 U..V..I1 '
4,1 1 lea, VI wu takAAia w w. MUUlltali
JaUIS TATLOKB twaraetArladariil ilwatl.
log house In OUavUlt, N. Y.. was dettroved
by Are on Tnesday night. Tha factories
were employed 'la the manufacture of knit
lacket, shirts, drawers and horse blinkets.
Lots from 130,000 to f 10.000. There wax bnt
a small Amount of IneurAnco on the prop
any. - uiatMMruvpnTci eome lonyoper
atlTes of employment,
THBPopohu temporised, hoping to ob
tain a yote on the dogma of Infallibility
pilortalhMrrlTeUoUbr. French CommJs-
. llOBtfi
THE NEWS BY CABLES
GREAT BRITAIS,
Baaajwet 'drihd CaaerT.llr. Aaee
lall.ai Opp.alll.a I. r.ral.C.
Kd.aall.ss Dill - rroeecdlaxe of
r.rll.m.aif.
Loxdow, March 9The Couierratlre As-
tocUlion held A banquet, R. N. Fowler, M.
r. for raimoulb, occupying Iha ehalr. lie
waa lupporled by tha Dnka of Marlborough,
ijraiamiium, Blr J. rarklngtos, O. w.
nna J. R. Mobray, the Duke of Abereom,
Andothere. Soma four hundred gueile were
praeeni, Including moat of the principal
membart of the Coneerratlre parly. Disraeli
waa nubia to ba present.
There It t growing opposition to Fortter'a
education, bill, especially among tha con
formists, In iha'Housaof Commons this erenlog
tha bill foretfAblUhlng the rate to prorlda
for tha maintenance of mlnlater'e substi
tutes In Scotland wat rejected by a majority
ofllT.j . ,
Letlerc from lb. Earl of Detby, Marqnle
of oaltsburyand Lord'Lennox were read,
regretting utiToldabla absence.
Lord George Hamilton spoke of the
"cheese paring" policy of tha Administra
tion. Thlt hit vaa recalled with loud ap
plause. Sir J. Packlnghtm ipokalnthe name of
what waa still left of tba army. Its brarery,
discipline and efficiency would be the same
through all lima.
Tht policy of Iha Gorernment wat con
demned by ell parties. To disconnect tbe
era? end redact Its fore, by 24.G03 wat tu.
Judlctoua economy. It wae eaelcr to dissolve
thaartembodythearmy. uappllytbecoun.
try had another force. Indestructible, armed
with truth, namely, tha Couierratlre parly,
enlisted to defend long established Institu
tions, nol excepting the Irish Church.
Belcher responded for the nary, Beretford
for tha Tolunteere. Tha chairman proposed
Iha beallh of tha Couerratlra party, and
eulogised Lord Derby. Mr. Hardy, In re
ply, said the parly waa now In a minority la
Jrarllaaveaii hence lu battle, were all fought
Wtalda. London had arar bean faithful to
eontcmtlim, which, was-growing Tn all
Viiejiaaaa.lj.ti of Utda and manufacturltg
centres, ana we. tare or rertweaii.
Other Ipeechea, followed, and tha pal
broke np at a law boar.
s
rnAHCE.
Debal. Alferl. lei ebet Corps ia
i.iiir-TB.rri..da or n.cn.r.ri
Hal All.w.4 1. Tlalt Illna-Th
ITiw.ll r.z l Hi.r.llllral rrle.n.
Fiars, March . In Iha Corp. Legtelatlf
to-day af debate look place on tha Gorern
ment of Algeria.
Jules Fane demanded that the attain of
that proTlnca ba regulated through the leg
islation of both Chambers, and not by tba
Senatui coniultam.
OUlrler replied that the ministry desired
to place other departments of the admlals-
trattoa under Iha control of tha LegtalAlira
bodies, and they were now consulting with
the Emperor on tha beat method of effecting
inch chant ee. ,
The pollca no longer permit llie frlcodt of
.Another demonstration waa made by Iho
conscripts' at Lyons yesterday. The dis
orders Wert quelled without any serious
trouble.
It Is reported that the amalWox baa
broken out In Jan where the polities! pris
oners are confined.
paiit.
pamlala CelouUl xtattera In 11
Crtea.
M adb'id, March 0 la the Cortes yete
darSenor EscotUaa. one of the DepnUea
from'PortO KIco, thankod the Mlnlsier-of
us uoioniea ror lotroancinff a aezArie
tftUgsl fer that Uland.
He SAld It wju a concession which Porto
Rico had Talnly sought for the put thirty
yeArs.
The Cortes have voted pay fortbaaxtra
lenlcu of, aoldlera of the army In Cuba for
intir shAre in ina Actions wi.n lue insur
itents. CD HA.
A Onrt-MartUl Be-UeBce ravtles
In Kw YtrU to Itntt Beprla
framlbtiflaAtar War-rgrwmaBA
till ImJnll.
IIayaxa, March tf. Tho military court'
martial for th UUI of peraons Implicated
lu lut yean riots la the YallAneieTA theatre,
conrlcUl-Aavd untenoed to HeAtb seTeral
parties who are now la New Tork.
The VMid atatM that the nomberof Io-
snrgeoU at Onlnee exceede 1W. Tbe Drfrio
oaysMhAro bean killed by the troops, and
accorJlDgtq.dUpAtcheafroci that quartor.
the rest are completely surrounded.
The Journals contain accounts of tbe dis
persion And hilling of 900 luurgents belong
ing to tha bAOdof lUxlmd Gomez, near
Bayauo.
A party of insurgent Attacked the Ar-
nlrntO tAanUtloo, nur Santiago deCebt,
And killed sbc ope rut It ee.
The Fret Mtians lately arretted for hold
ng Wneetlng ato ettll on trUL
TUX WMCU'OPTUt. BAOLC.
Sitamtv tl Cargo To I At X-oao
200.000 (a nptelfl BBTtd
NbaroLt, Msreh 0-fiome of the passen
gers of therstumshlp Agle, Ashore At Body
Island,' arrived here (hi evening. The
stcAuitlitp grounded Ai 8.30 Friday etcnlng
a mne'.from short. 7auengera and crew
ufely landed same day And Sondgy.
The sleamer And Urger part of her cargo
will be a total loss. She had on board two
hundred .thoasAivt fa specie, nil of whteh
Laa been, sated. V
KsAleet TaleKrApblo IlreTllUts
At the election at AYllttAutport, Md., on
Monday, the whole Radical ticket was elected.
Commlsolontr Osbora was lbs chief wit
nets In Judge Vullerton's trial yesterday.
The scAmen's strike la New York lUll con
tinues. The monitors MUntonomah nnd Terror
Are tinder orders to learo Doston the present
week the former for, thaTest Indies, nnd
the latter for lUiLtipton RoAds.
The defalcation, of the treasurer of B a tier
county, Ohio, U about 1 100,000.
Delegations from nearly every Nor thorn
Bute Art la ClnclanAtl la Attendance upon
the eighteenth annual lennlon of the Scotch
Ylte Masons.
The municipal election In Cincinnati le
AUrActluf much' Attention AlrcAdy. The
tjueatlon of bible or no bible In the schools Is
one of the questions (oTolred.
Sx-6ecreUry Beward will lecture before
th New York Historical Society In Jane,
And gireAa account of his recent Impres
sions of trxTel.
Ool. Samuel Tate, president of the MUils-
slppl Central railroad, denies that tbe recent
Accident on that road was the result of care
lessness of the employees.
Tri. iHttnMP nt Tlnllaa aAw.lw aTaC,J
John 0. Ludley, Is inrnoeed to W de -
fanlter to the amount efloO.000. '
STATE LEGISLATURES.
JSUIOCBI,
W.aa.Kaastarka.I.4.a.llelyP.el.
P..M.
Br. Louif . Uirch ?. After three nlihts'
ettloni, debating Iha proposition lo submit
to Iha people tht constitutional Amendment
extending tuBrtgt to women, tha whole
maiier wae indefinitely postponed. The rota
was S3 to 57 on tht constitutional amend
ment. Tha Abolition of tha Senate llaMlllr daus.
waa adopted I that abolishing Iha oath of
loyally waa defeated. Tha proposition to
prerent tba appropriation of public money
for anyeecUrUa Institution, waa referred
to committee on constitutional amendments.
01110.
aaai. R.eatntl.aia la n.l.ll.n I.
Tariff .a Acrtcallar.l leapl.-.
mrate.
Cotcvacai March . A resolallon hat
been adopted, atmoet nnanlmoulty by tba
Benitanqaastlog Contrast la adjnilhig tha
tarlll to feror agricultural Iraplcrajuts, or
at let It not to dlecrluvlaeto against them.
JbTIHHESUTA.
Tal. .f ta. W.at.M. Bnffr.s. Bill.
ST. Part, March 9. The Gortrnor bat
Tetood the woman tuffraga bill, became II
eabmlte queetiont to females who are not
legal Totert , and that public sentiment hit
not called for II.
TUB 1-ACiriO BA1LBOAD.
rrealdanl A ate Itevevt ef Ibe Uttlom
PelHe Roattt-Aanwal ax teller of
tb Hlckhlderer (be ITartbern
PaelflBB4l-Eltf em afDlreelore.
DoiTOir, March 9. The stockholders of
the Union FAcIfle railroad met In this city
to-day, and elected directors for tbe ensuing
year. Tbe following Is the substance of the
report made by Oliver Ame, the presldenti
"We hare spent during tha mat leasoa
uixra auow abeJi and anow feneaa over
9W,wo. wa nave bow ores nv muea oi
anaw ahaala avnal Baarlv Bflv ml It tkt mow
fence tn addition to tba large amount of
anow feuca tut no toat vtar. Tha experi
ment tbne far Ula wlukr shows that our
road can b runwubout Any serious bin
derauceorobatrucUoufrvuisuow. Tbeonows
of the preaetu winter have been tba ume
Atmoet u lost winter, and been but In one
lesUaoactbtirattedOTor twenty-four hours.
igr tnpennieaaaat u eoaaaeai wa caa aevp
ouiCaUjVae front obttrmciloas byaaow
M ar CtWsssjBBfirvjttw' Jtogiarri aaa xew
York.
"Tba .nWwaaa bnalisAtcta yra ahi
.tAAAj auftaatigBttaa, u.UIK BOIDtAiar, BDV
We came ta tha Mnelaalne that U wnnfrl he
rearlwl tawAal ...af JbJ,.a ... .AI
for the beat lntertsta of our road to dissolve
our oonnMtlon with Wollt. Tarwo A Co..
and do this bualaaaa ourtalvea. Th reanlt
of tha ehAoge hu beeatolncreue our re
ceipts About thirty per cent, above what wa
loveivea iron, vveiia, jargo csuo. jorioe
purpou of uUUxlng our awn telegraph Uoee
w oava maae conaecuon wua iha Auanue
and Faclflo Telegraph Company, through
which we get a largo ortlon of our tele
graphle serrlco free, aad hAve the expecta
tion of realising a hanvdsotne Income from
the $3,800,000 worth ef tock we receive
from tha Atlantic and Fettlflo Telegraph
Company for Iha vu of our Jlnes for com
mercUl purposea.
' Should thla eomDanT ulaIc eounectlon
with the Central Fatiflc, u theyow aspect
to do, and secure a fair share ofiheCAll-
fsal.aa-.lM. at-... aUMHl. . a.
amount to 8,800,000. Wa aaUelpate that
in gross earnings oi oar roaa or in cu
oalBg rear will reach $13,000,000, and still
not ba eurprlsed should thty exceed this
turn. The next Income from this will pay
all our UUrest, with a bsjidaomo dividend
upon our tiocx, anouxa wo notv ovoa
the Improvement of our road.1
Nxw Yeatx. March .The annual meet-
log of the stockholders or the Northern Fa
clflo rsJlroAd wu held her to-day and the
following boardaf director wera elected i J.
Gregory Smith, St. Aftojis, VM Blchud D.
Rice, AugnsU, Ue.) Thomu JL Can field,
Burlington, XU Wm.R. Ogdtf Chicago
J. EJgarThomioD, FhlladelpbUf Geo. W
Cus, FUUburiT, PA.f W. a. FArgw, &a& I
Benjamin P. Cheney, Boston j FredeeJck
Ballings, Woodstock, Vl.J Wm. Wind em,
BeaooA, Mlon.i bamnel u. Feltos, rhflA-1
delphUi Charlea B. Wright, Philadelphia
and James Stlnvon, Chicago. Tba board
organised by electing J. Gregory Bmltb,
president A. D. Rice, vice president i A.
u. Barney, trcunreri and Samuel Wllka-
soS sccrtury.
TUB UD-BtTX ULA..
Oairaaa. la Tr.at wirElal. Tn. aer
eraer le Call atu. u.aar.l UaT
.raws.pt r.rHltllary Sapp.el
Wutustl, If. ,Va, MaKh O.-Uolted
State Marshal Slack writes, from Chalice
ton, Kanawha county, recently1 selected at
me eapuai or the state,, under dale of March
Sd, that an organised "band of armed Kn
Klux entered tbe town In open daylight on
the morning of the 3d Inst., and adraoclng
to thejall, with keys and other fixtures, de.
Ilbcratcly unlocked the outer and cell doors,
releasing tha prisoner!.
To those who kappeocd to ba present,
cockod rerolTers were presented with twora
thrcali that If the alarm .was glren death
would bo their portion. Tha organisation
wat aald to ba wldt-epread, and tba cirri
authorities are powerleii. In, !ew of Iho
speedy remoral of the cspltal ta Charleston
the Qoiirnor, It la aald, will call upon Iha
General fJoreniment for military aid to tup
prctt the lawleetncie. '
TUKBETT IIABraniDaELECTlOK.
Tb. LAtrat Ralaraa 1. B.t Cha.a.
rartaer Bsllraalea.
Coicoap, N. U-, March T- Ecturnt from
314 towot do not msterUlly change former
eellmatet.
Ber. Dr. Burrowe tot being a constlln
tlonal candidate, his rota may ba thrown
out. This will Increase Bteares' majority.
BAMall.a.fB.d.as.raaa4B.lia.r.
IIoatniODoa, Pnr., .March t. At 13
o'clock Deputy Sherilt roust and Militants
proceeded to tht cell or tha prlionen and
bound thtnrr Tha prltottert taado no re
elttanc aoS marched to the tcaffold. At
13.30 lhey"aicended tile' fcaffold with firm
tread. Alter taking their position prayer
waa offered by Een Ur. Byket, after which
Bodeaborg read tha ataicment published la
Iho telegraphic dfipttckei yeaterday,
Bohner turned, to him when he had
finished, and denied lu truth. After a free
exchange of words, Her. Mr. Clark dellr
artd a prayer lor EngUih. Tht rope was
then placed aroorid their necks, The minis,
ten and officials bid the prisoners good bye.
Bodenborg a a dear loud role, then com
mitted hie toul to Owl, and tba black caps
were drawn OTtr their facet., "Bonner then
commenced to ,ay aomethtng la derraan,
during which tha sheriff gare tha signal,
th. prop waa palled and thtlr hecks were
supposed woo proktn,i and they died with
out t ttruggle - -
uniabia r pwiaia..
Niw Totr, Marcbi .WTha fluprem.
Council, of the Eolghlt of Pythbu hare re-
iwiwiw aiiow in. urana tjoagta or seTtrai
Btatea reprctented la tha organisation, and
Includbe Nebraska Watt VlrglnU, Ohio,
Illinois and Kentucky) elx Pail Grand
ChAuccllort, who ara to be elected from
1 present Orand Chancellors In good Handing
'...v....,,.,.,...
B1LT1110JE C0.1PEEEXCB V. E, CflCKI
.
TttE APPOINTMllTtl FOE THM TXA
The Baltlm&re Conference of tba M. a.. '
Church. In session at FredtrMr. u.. j
Journed yesterday after making the follow
ing appoint p ems for toe current conference.
yeui
nitTivoaa DisTatct Ifcar Slkfr,P.X
Hy Nlatloo N, J. Ji. Men an. Ckarlta Strati
T, M r-Idy.T eaftttl.iaj-. Kataw atretS
Bha H. latkln. MaJiaoa Avaaua Oa to be
supplied. T, Myara, Wttltf Uhepal Edwtrd
Klater W. K. Krabs, tup. Uroet Htrttt Hit-ilon-1.
J u. VTebattr. J. II. Bjlaod, top.
ftoulh naltlBiort-1'a H. Oataadr. Sallora
Ultj-Btthfl v. if. Later. IlatorarStnttw
itamatl It. Co mm I art Uoluabla fltwtt-O.
W. (teaptr, O. Hildt, aup. Mount Ollrtt O.
O. ('roolo Ualilmortf'lreult T. A. Morgan,
K.aouetr. It. U, Llpatomb,aup,
fft J It. RHIt. MumtaarBalil
mo. top. ttooo
rfltlJ-O. MtF4-
frattt, II II Smith, alt. Washlogtoa T. W,
Wcat. CatooivllleJotl 11 row a. AaoSpellt
riist Ck-irgt W. II. Mwarda. Aasapella
eeood Uharga 3, J laaritat. Btvtrn D.
W. Araold, V. J McKtaaay, II. rerlewg,
aut. Noutblllvern. I' Wftt. Watt-Rlvar
-0. V. lv-t. It 1' IJlahop. c l, art e.
Hlakardsoa.U O Mairlolt. ht. Uarva And
Uktilts W. JI. (l-riaif. jenalAaaaksa1Ae.
tlttaat Aiant of th (look Utiaatra it Htw
York, mtmetv City Station H. U
Last llAtTinoRB Hibtbiot SsDttU,
P, ANorth lUlilrnortSlailoo M Vatlltke,
J. K Amot. fcititr Birr-t W. 1 Spaakt.
llarford Avaeue A H, Amaa. Ottta Alooat
Avtaut It It. Murphy Caar Ilaltlmort W.
Iownt, V. U Shlpkr. Jackson Square
Klchard Nor i It, lleody-Job A. Prlte, J.
II Drown, tup. Carolina Slreer J. JLWhee
Itr, J, Utuvlo, tun. High fttrrttJdttphr
rraaea, Jiffrraoa drrtt-tmutl Shannon.
Huntingdon Avtaua H. r7 llttr. Mount
Vvreon U, 1, Hullh. Towaontowa Jeha
W, Cotntllut. tlovanttowa R. O. llaslap.
DroekUmlrllle William A. Koools. Lather,
vliie T 11 Slletr, Oftat I'allt H P.tJlork.
too Ctt Haiti mort Circuit- P. II. BttsOV.
O, tltrbtrt-. LotgOrttn Jell. AlArsh. Eait
llarford J O Moore, James iteXatrrt.
UarrttltUraet M. i. etmystr. iiarrpra-u.
M. Utrry, Osorgt K. Maydwtll, X. I. lltrroa,
tap. Wrtt IIarford-J.O.UaayN.M.Btokta.
Ilareford-J. It. M. Lemon. J. H. niahardaea.
BtatlevSprlBft O. Ultavtr,A. W. Bndlalll.
Joha ft. U. lioah.Agtol for Hook, Sunday
Stheol and Trael Uepotltory la llaltlmor,
member of Ulgh Strett OuarltrlyOoBftrtate.
r. Mrtoay,Sestntna' IJnltn Da thai, mem.
btrofIllghUtrttt(EtitUalUmoft(atrteTlr
Ooafcrtace. 11. ti. Maalay. '"l-7
Chlaa. A. A. Kat,Chapla United tatea
army. iu. u. uriiiain,-uiaBi imimuwrn
IT w.
WUT UaLTIHDIB UIITBlrita.
R. Jfrree.
P.IIYayaUeBtrtat W( H. Oorhlt, V-
Piaaare w. niata. i-"i" osmi .
V?. IXodo-ea. Oraae-W. Y. Wtjl. Sttaw.
tUge-W. R. Xlavla. Emory-W. IL , O bap.
! Whaleoat T. Uaughtrly. Elllcoit
Oily O.H.Stvidft,K II. Smith. Plaptto
O. A. Raid. 1. llatkllL Wattrevlll.-Tkoa.
J. Orota. LlBgaaort U r. If. Bit. Uk
etly-Oao. W.Veeleaierer. L. A. Tkirlksl.
jTredsrl'k City Hit hard Iflekle. Bniktre
K
.AM. vr ii RMri. ii. ii. wi.aia.a aiiaaii
town S. M. Il.rtaett. Aallalaia W. U. Oa
bars, A. B- W.IUa. U.f erslowa-TAo. Shfrv
IMS, M. OokMO, ep- Kaltkaburx D. O.
MUktr. MMasalaatwlaeeb aloalffomerr,
J. 1'. Holloa. Weitml.lter-OW U.Mwta.
N.w TTIedaor Jeka W. KBllb. Bau.a Kola,
it. i.
llaa.eta.4 Eaory aaraiaa.w.aa. ra.
.UTU. ui.T.ic .."". --T -
KISS
r.i
Tannallrtown II O. MaDaelal. USI..I.WI
Atlkur r oeler. uia..a.ar
Plaaa.nl Oro. W, E. Ulri
Wllaoa. B.adr Bnrle.-7- Doit Hoore.
ElkrUK. J. VT. Atari, J. Bt U. llaatnp.
KoakTlll. it.O Baker, U0.tg0a.r7-J. 11.
Still, D. M. DrownlDt.
WiscassTSR Ui.tbiot H. ltnUt, r.
I Wleaheatar-ll. O. W. n.14. Wl.lkesUr
lllnull E. E. Aed.raoa. llarpar". rsrrr sad
J.Braoa Olreult W.imo Oaac. bkepkariU.
town Alkali Juan. AlarUeskuri s.
La.eh. HeJfeeTllle aao.UroaaDalX Btrkfc
I.. HpllD(a-U. O. Uook. South Braaeh-U.
MiN.msr A J. 0111. Mooreneld an-1 Fr.ak-lla-J.O-T.ilor.
Blooalnito.. Pledmo.l
Atonal BTa4t-krM!ww.a. I. ,-7
A.R BtllerT Alleih..r-A. J. wuerjlka.
Wood.n, (o.e lob. eopr-lle.1 ) "apeojk-Jjo.
w. Herd., J. SI- Olalr Nail. w. At. I). Braa,
Iraafarrad I O.alr.1 aaMflraala OmJjj.
..a., r. a. Kllby, Irsaafarred to It.OjoiTU
...r.ra.ae. r. 8- Dallaaa, tr.asrarnd la A.
Olntl.n.tt ao.r.r.De.. J. H. wop.,lr.n.
r.rrl t. th. Nurth Indiana .oorerrane U. .
Bkcppaia 1, traasfemd to the Wltala,loa soa
fata.as, .
Aanaal Coaferaa.. r tb nta.dlal
Eplac.pal Cbarca H.alu.
At tht meeting of thle eo.fercnc. In Bal
timore, yesterday, tha commute, on tha bi
ble canse reported tbat cburch meetings b
held aa early aa poeaiblo for Iha purpose of
taking; up collections for tba bible causa,
and that tba collections ba used by Iha pas
tors lo supply dettltnto cases, and that each
pastor repoit the amount of their colieca
tors. The report was adopted.
n.. Mr. Thnni.B .akrd Ihfl lndulCAnCt Of
... -uoferenca to spek tfpn lb. eubject of
JVL V fund, now In the possession 1 of Iho
CMUIb,. mmmI rhnrh Knrth. aald
Methodle. --ZTiL. -.Z. ;., ... iSli
nreda being . . gi,, Mr. Thomas laid
.H ?!!, Episcopal Church Worth
that the Methodist S tojuuia tha fnd
had rcrcslodly iefu.au 0ad a fewdaya
anu wat na (lu speaker ipon tba aub-
" touiwivu wnu a lawyer v rully con
Ject 1 that be found said law je, -hodltt
,.i..u. ...a tn. aiuirt or tne Me. -Id
episcopal Chutcli Sooth tbat there wo.,
bo an dinlonlty In tha church Bomb, obtain
log lie full proportion of the fundi It tho
rnaturwai taken Ulore the courts. The
lawyer stated that ba woulJ not exact a
retalulor fee, that be) wae a decided Mend
of iha Bomb a Southern man, tout and
m.j,M. m ui.u 1. .Diireir wiin toe
Chsrcb South.
A deicsata luqnlrcl of lir. Thomaa Iba
name of Iho lawyer Imbued with toch M-'
trlotlo Soulbern reellnge.
Mr. Tbomae replied that he could giro the '
name of the gentleman, but withheld It ror
prudential reasons 1 but would tay that ha '
wat a man a bead and ahouldere aboro many
others. ' '
klr. Thomas waa of IhCbc-Inlon thai i.h t
Church South ehould hare lu due, but tbtf '
ba waa nol adrocallng the meaanro frora
rertopal moUres. but for the a-ood of th.
church 1 he therefore rcored that a arm.
mltteo of three b .ppolnted to prosecute tb.1
claime of the Preachers' Aid and s"nnd So
ciety. "
A delegate askad what wat tht amount In '
controrereyl
air. 1 nomas replied mat 11 wat snout rorf y
tboosand dollars.
Tba motion to appoint a commltteo: waa
then taken up, when r
Iter. Mr. Kepler mored at an additional
resolution, that "we feel ourselTce impelled
to this course from the fact that par pro-,
vlons applications for our yra rat of t,ba ,
fund bare been resitted.'
Ber. A. W. Wilton regarded tho. whoio '
matter aa child's play, rtu tatd tho' mitter
bAd been fully canrateed by a preyton, con
ftrence, and that tatd conference bod. Go,
elded that It was Injndlclout lo proaccuid
tba tail datm. .
Mr. Thomaa atkod how did It haprxntbat,
Mr. Wilton had heretofore adrocated the
prosecotlon of said claim t
Mr. Wlleon said that his name had beta
but UDOn the commltteo without bis Sana-
1100, ana an.. . ooeyca 100 oeneaie or IHA.
cooferenc with great rtlnctance; Ua ad
mitted tba equity of the claim, but Mr.
Thomas did nor know what It would cot I to
carry tbs claim from court to court.
Mr. Thomaa aald that Mr. Wilson did not
know ererythlng.
Mr. Wilton continued that It ho wu lure
that tht claim would he decided In faror of
the Church Eouth he would oppose tha
prosecution, aa ho disliked all religions law
contrOTertlei. lie said that thlt It a reli
gious cburch, and ht had yet totfadtnat
our Bailout had CTCff employed lefil adrlce
toasaertbiarlghta. llo did ool bailers that
law wat necessary to iha rropejratlou or iho
Bcrlptnrea, and upon these T0undsbiru4Id
ToteairAlnatthresonllons.
He tald that the charter of he aiioclatlori
did not bind the conference to Interfere In
tha matter ae trustees, and ha hoped thai
Iho resolutions would Ml pass.
Other delegate! discussed the question pro
and con, alter which tht resolutions ,wcre '
'Thearrguar schedule of business wat then,
taken np- Tho first question called wia the
unfinished business of electing delegates to
tbe General Conference, which la to astern,.
bleatMemphlelnMay next. '
The following clerical delegatea were
tltctedl V. Ball, J. 11. Wanna andW.Oi
Balrd, Beeem delegate! Wm. V. Tudor,
E. y. Butey, Samuel Bogert, and J, B,
Gardner.
Tha Coaftttno) shortly, afttrwardt ad.
Journed.

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