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It rsamlataa Ita uUh hi phl llaaaa. 1ft ta a atd rankakil v ii kl1lkfi A rdart, whlta piaraary. balac a trvmaaiaaa a Ma at. la aot Tka taora aalarallr aad qalatly a dlaaaaadargiaaaaba trl U Ua aartaalaoa dlitaa tba baiur, aad It la tha paanliar ptopariy of Ible hanalaaa vagaubla altarallra u rat af ore aad rataUl frtthafl aiattiatai aoayalaLaf Tk oaa wbKh hat atua4ad tu aaa hi a rrn. dy for afaatloaa af tba Uvar la provarblaJ Var avaavi a puma aaui wiviiii n aaDiiaaiiy piitrtiivi Biast iiiiuiiii a wiiii iaa larara illlvar aoaituauaaaiiy iiani'. praaaaaaa it Iala la lb rthl alia or aadar tha ahadar lalaa. a aafraa tlag la UiavhUaacf lb ay at fUkLadaak,araaus l,X.a. Ufo.tClHla laaaaf apptiu aoaMtaa) aad raaararaaMI Bfaaaaaar tba aaaaltallaaltoaa af norbU aaa duiaheflha UaMavbAaUfwMriad ta la ardaa s sard a II war. ni aa uua iiikk nua Ik iBraaariwaaBBBB-qBaaaaa laTa-aajw. 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U h. raBll 'dllacT an at wraat ffiiiu. a bbIbbJI Etaalro MuaaiUlIattaiUold lr Bilk.bytnaaai af wblab'teia raa lo lrai All ahfoala dla t wiinaimauarrTaairajtataaa a aaro ia aii ari IOF I aaaaaMtwhUb Am Uad4 bla vrafaaalaaal laaataoahaboabajr -Dr rMararaa aaptlH. Itallariaf, Btanmriajr. tfaaial ikaaaa. 11 Iaa. Daaraaaa. Loaa af Valaa. Cla. Urrki Bltadaaaa, aad all Obroatf ttlaaaaaa Wa adrtaa atlwho ar id adfvya alta to aal. bpob alat. M hi rapalatloa la foaadad apoa laaay altnoatailraaaloaaaar.'' . , ByipaalaMo,faatf . VAffTOX wIIUiio.U aatll April Uu ! PJ-TSl'-". loi",r, D' ayoaraba Yaafi it 1SU4 Q alrl. balwaa Ttlt.Hk iJtfat.lk, WaAlaaijtt l u Brlo -r fafd.'-lybu( Eaflarjrt traat batwoaa ThlrUa aad blf lawftniwraas-s; aTalalb" ktrwat aatf Mabai l ai Mn H U, iVaf , r vorarr Twwnim u p.ir,,'7r; run irvrj ihabi trela af dl.orj.ra bra vtatoaa babtia-rpf'! .wtta-TiVaaMl ,? bMav.a aarad Vdylr'rlH4lr to i tontlhi aad aaronaiaW.'l will aaud AB BVABAB liiplfel " r. .... .. .Aaaan liun . "ISunVV.S-' .-".:,. dpttcUm. WlWrEyESianT accuraldy tuiled A itiA ftillii 6r ccV SptHadu, and CZi 7T:'praiitry.." r. TyAHHIflOTpi. PEilTAt, B '! laiOI.iIUbm.tl. ATIHUI,. iAJI.r rrtktAi(r.L) I VHkl.r'aallolrll.tMtp, ,...3S ll.fl.pp.ror i.w.r.iia mm. L,. Uin.Uai.fU.ua.IMl.IM..., lCit LalratLi aabU wr-w ti T Carriage; , p.AllAqui(Urb(U ClKIIAOH tl ..IY.ViH.W tt,V"ATO.'. iriaaaa aaua xtwiathtiiftfaUbay " Ji rNji.BWjyjiimiioo, toARniAbc vJLxorA'OTVKBnis, aa 1I1..II1II t..-t..IW Uiui UpalrtkilabVm vVaaab. Ull aatrta.. Wl forBApalr; Itflrif M ConBiliatbaf art lanrai. AftiUfor BrawitiiBC . (r Broona itrt, -A. "X71T 3ST I IT Or & f OR BT0KK3,'; CITT AJ0 AOVWIUf RE8IDENGE8,' Ad Bfairf.Avvrt4 UWjI-irl.at by n. Q j.orKi-ANi, dVit Uit.tiai U. e Wiooi tail of lT.ilS it. -AgblfefiTiv Tik KU4w ff( 0VM, "TO aaaCTawl"jlPcilr'fi KarWUKDI1 FirAHILT K , 1TB. "WHO Ma (ill IK I HarlarBhlaa4ariiaWaaTwlacMahta Raaipaar U atoak aad co4 will of ill alt a daa la lhlaa.tr. wawUl ailiaaa ia kp t..u4t f ta. ara I aiaartaiaal al tka dlffaraaB wln. 7L.. Calli.mil aspplyoflBW a hiiawBk.al a-CT-A,, OI11CAT ULMBIIMU IB IrK7 iKaLTI? bid wa raa.tlr ' aa.r ! aai radara f feo aur ba aaJIarlu iroai aar of ika 111 ia whUblaak la hli jatiat Ua Jlailaal laalllataaf Yt t Sraw. HAlFaaaawlaaalaawaaaa y BMBl tSrClbBBOB lAlLt-OVtltClTt.Ttkifi Lr faayaa laafoatlai woadarfal aaraa lath ally Wa batata naitralUbW UaUasaay aa to (la akIU la tha boallat art, aad tf wawarala daaad to dbt wi aoalA aot (all Uakawldga lha nraai iiaarTaa4 Boaalaal Org aaa. and tk ab.lt atht a by baafal aad VlIItllBTM I1CTI IKO.IBrEEUlOllIw a . IlifTiWil. ltirpfrt tCBCBim JWttrflAJ War 373.057 65. TorU month of MArtt. $12,735,3318. 'For lU mm month Itit til i o Tub Oownjnw pir Ttm.tT0t.iEi of tb Ho of HtrmenUllrw will probbl rt port fTorb!y upon tba cdaUIoc Act for lha Territory orNe Mexico.1 " Thb Pmhdbht hAi glten Genenl Boiler Ihe appolotmeiit of two cadU, ont at Wui Totnt Bod lUcUieral AaiaApolIi, ArrI dent Bf the Ration. Aijlnta for Dliabled Cod1rf Akvr Obdibj. Tb orderg direct! 04 f(lj. John ?. Blkef, rnjnuitfr, (o rfrOtt lo Iho Coxnniaiidlng Gem rat; DirttoDt 1 f the CoIohiUa, U to brainJctJ ba totxtctMl tletlmo n'btU JnoatOneit. A number of ofQc(rB bATO cltfttocd almjlar extCDitoas of ttme. ... , . ' Tria BbAL-Tnifisi Dbcuwb, In tha Sprcme Cttjrt yHlertUf Attorn r 7 Oener. nobr dettrare4 a brief argument la faror of lA-ojXBlog At ltgal-Unddr declaloo, tAklog lh gi-ootid lb at that decision wai mid when tbew wera twoTpcincleien tha bench. Bad Ibtltbo declaloa wai reached by m majority. Air. Carllila repUed.malntAJaio that tbey had nothing to do irllh major I tics making tip decliloni, Bod that much Iron bio would arlit abooU former decltlootbo re-opebed and rerlewed. hlHOBBTBiBCB AA1IT TnB IfABXtT- Uont J)itx.-Mr. Morrill, or Vermont, preaeatttMo tbe Beoato yetterday a petl tlonof IbVfeatAerA tJotori of lbs city of WaihlDgTotTremotiilraUDgagaloitthe paa ago of tb bill to Incorporata lha Washing ton &Iarlct CompaoT If all tba rnmora fbotit tbU market company ara correct It U not inrprltlng tbat tbera la opposition to tbe company. ! It true, ai rrported. tbat th comjDy already txpecta to sclt ont tbe francblie virtually to a New York company fW a UreitimT r8r;rutTisoB J. A. Ubidolakd. of Trzlf, Ifft lura yciterday, bating arrarged bla burlnevtallalnto tba tnllra ratUrurlIon of Bocrvtary Doutwall and CommlM.oDr Delano. In tba dlichargo of bis dalles be I oompclhd to trarersa a birga le;rltoryr and bartlofora tba TcxantbBTO not sbowa the) slroiigest aUVctlon for rerenue office rr, II5 hopes, under tbo present Stat gorero mant and tbo 4acooragamcnt from ibe Ad ministration, that affairs In lbatSUUwt.1 ImproTs, flDperrlsor DrUgUad enjoys the oonfldeiiee of the Treainry otDcUl, and will doubtless Institute salutary refurmstbrongh ont Ua district. Oraoi W. Fjbld, esq , of New York, was before the House Committee on Foreign amurs yesteroay, to urge an amendment to tbe ocean telegraph cable bill, providing that In the event of permission being grant ed to any foreign company to land their ca bles upon American soil tha right to a voice lb their" mansgemeot shall be resetted ii IbeUBltadfltatea. Z The committee also had under consldera tlon. la a general way, Venezuela affairs, bnt cam" to ivflr.ii tvwtrlajloa. there oejog Additional paper, In connection wiw the tabject, from the BUto DepArtment, on the (Speaker's Uble.whlcb. were aobsaqaenlly referrM to ibe committee, and ordered to to printed. Aoasb or bbibMT was a (templed on, a Government' offlcUl bare a few deyt ago Tbe facta as far as developed are aboat as follows 1 A basket of flowers was sent to the Ebbttt Honse. directed' to Mrs. George B. MeOitefw!J9f tbe Chief of tba Bureau of EngraTln and FrlnUng, In wwen waa en closed seventeen hundred and odd doUarf. Mr. AlcCartee. on dlsoovertnir the money. Immediately songht the Secretary of tbe Treasury, ant, ltaadedtho amonnt feter to blm. An lBTeatlgationvras atooceocgaD, but so far the cuprite hare not been den- nltelv fixed bdoo. 8osplelon rests on seTeral personbere In tba Interest of a h'ew York bank noto engraving company Bcretary Doufcws.t tuta, 'm kuviuouvj tu tu vwisf . , meet safe, and wUt plAca'ItwIth the con science feed; to help lrsaldAto ibe national debt 11 -iX. Ar. &, 17 rfi-iM. Jll!jeTianiaJlaxamarr. Tna New England Annual Conference of tne ueinoaisi jtpiscopai ennren cioacu m eight day's aeftstom-al kBprlairOetd, Mm, yesteraay oaappucauouotHra.vauvu.f tbe woman eraec-jUst, Cor admlMloa Into the confertncewblch wbj on trial, was withheld for this" year foe motlrea of policy The sentiment of the conference) U, against her admission. A resolntbm merely com mending Mrs. Van Cole's christian work, and tejofelng In her success, and recom mending her aa an erangelUt, was tabled wltbont debate. Tna itsahb uamuia, wnicn amToa yea terdeyy bronght tbe vasbeBgere of the steam er Venetoelanr from Liverpool for Asplnwall, thirteen In nnmber. Tbe Venexnelan was Intercepted at sea and disabled. Tbe crew remain oa on ooaru ,qrj-aia m uuiuuir, work tbe steamer to port 1 bnt as there hare boeq.heavy'grM, tK foraonh the steamer can weather thom. Tna London i( of jesterday satsi Tbe departnre of the troop and tbe steel battery last orgAnlxod for operations la the Red Klrer coantry will be Oelajed for a few days- ion reason oaibib, is a(A aeutgaunn irutn that stltlemcnl Is now on tbe way here to lav an exrlanalt on of the situation of alfalrs rjcfjuUUoymmeniiAntKoriOod'Bod ft" aanrtrwni 00 raacn nniu in oeiegauoa can be heard. - TuBdUUllerycfQbn.ilonrw, on Cuoi bnrlaDd tirMti rbllAvdalihla. near Brood street, "wAsentlrtlydenroyed by ilro on Wtdnis lav nla-bUJ It coatalned a quantity ofrraln. mash and distilled siHrlls. none of . .f .T . i .H.Mji-. .J WD1C0 were aayeq 1 na uuuainjr wngwnci by Thos. J. MartiB. TM total lose ainoouls WfiW.'AWi 1DI IDIUiaUCt Will PUIill cuur iW la tna DpaDUuuonstuacai ixnicaoa mud dT B9' ,Rlr, o rey ti qaestloa. assured the Deputies that no telegrams from New York In relation to tbe war In Cuba were to be trusted, founded ai they were on false loformaUoo, A cabbo of horses, cattle and sbsep, which arrived i.dAyorjwo Ago from tbe Argentina republic, were sold at Falmouth. England, yesterday. Tba prices rcAllaed wera very nnaalUfActory. Tbe animals were sound, but In a poor condition on acsottnt 01 lOUg conqDviacui $u "J"0 " mere experiment. Abi-itxd debates hkTO occurred In the Chambers recently on tba Jiaeslloo of minis terial concessions of fperialpriTllegee to one Ar tha lam rirai caniaa ld America. iua "''" - "7.Tr:.Tfi.t"i::v. i.i ministers were at lengui uutmcKu 10 c,vsi- lxatheiermi. Tna flow of specie to the Dank of England IhUweckUnaaiaallybeAvy. Tha amount h.aiwnavla ffTAtaf by 533.000 StCf Mnn; tban at tbe corresponding time last weak. Tnavat(imrnnrPhiIlln fltelnmetB. whose xoQuiloafor tbe murder of Augnit Ilelck, .Toledo, Ohio, -waa flied for to-day, has been commoted to Imprisonment at herd labor for life. 'TNB'ApabUh froveram-utt bat ofllclally anaeaaead tbe daUrmlnaiioa to abstain frorABll Interrerenee'n'iheBtTAlre of the Pope aad tUXeaBMnlcalCoanlL. J, TniVolored UUe4r Newllavea flred ;00 gnna yesterday or si the fifteenth! amend mem pfopanwipp- PXBBIDBBT GlULlfT PAVStix'ebfa 1110.000. aadUcB.BhcnuMoa)23.oOO la Bu Loo Is! MUiourl, ' Atnaieemeaila ViuS Ornai Houjib Not with tUQdlDr tbennfAVorable state of ihe weather, Aflea ft rettenglirs Minstrel Troupe had a fall house last ereelrja. The tmwraurn waa Urgely varied and was rendcrod with tba ame care and excellence Ihaf has msrke au tne perrormAncef or tbia troupe. Tbe singing Le remarkably good, tbe quartette being certainly Ibe. beil which has visited our city 1 connection with any similar of ganIzaiIonfoT a long ttme. The olid Is elected with ranch discrimination, Bad la most amusing. There will be i chAnge"of programme to-night, Introducing many ntw acts and songs To-morrow afl'tnoon Ihrri will be a uaUiice for la Ike and tblldrtn, at pepu arfilccs Tbb Olt Foiks"Coiecbbt Tho "Old IM.." will ilofjf ton.ghl tbe songa'pf j olden time'' at Lincoln ball." Tbe similar entertainment given a abort time ago was eminently rnccessfdl. and there Is no doubt IhU the concert .o-nlfthtfff.. prove eo.naAy to. Id; looking otcr be programme we Bnd that taany aldltlone hare bean made In regard to the eolo performers, while the se lections to be rendered embrace many of the most excellent and taiplrlntr. gems of sacred song, ai well as secular composi tions of well known merit. Tbe orchestra, wo understand, will be Urge aad thoroughly effect! re. Lincoln hall should and doubt less will be crowded. National Tubathb. Sheridan's fine comedy of tbe "Rlrals" and tbe glorious farce of "A Regular Fix were repeated by Mr Jetwrson last night. To-night Mr. Jefferson takes a benefit, and a bill of un usual altracllrsnoea Is oOcrcd, comprising the excellent eomlo drama of "Spitfire," wUhJeOcnGnli. b's famous character of Shortcut, and the1 laughable farce of tbe Spectre Bridegroom," Introducing to tbe Washington public Mr C. D. Jefferson, who will appear ae Dlggory. lha farce of "A Regular Fix" will also be repeated. Jefferson deserve and no doubt will hare a perfectly Jammed house. Odo Fallows' Hall. On Monday ere- ulng next there will be gtren at this hall a grand mntlcal, literary, and dramatic enter- Ulamcnt,nndr the auspice and for the benefit of Plouecr Council Novl, Bona of JoDadaf. A number of well known ama teurs of both sexes have volunteered, as well ae many rtcognlxed V0CAllsle,wUUead Lbulf did, so that the entertainment wtll doubt less be one writ worth attending. Mis JrTtAfl Mil's Coxctur Tbe con cut glrcn by Ibis lady at the Masonic Tcin tte. last crcnlnr was la rutty attended, lha audience being very faSblonabU and select. Tbe utmost enthusiasm prcTalled and ttuortt mtA ttnmrans. All thu nerrrinrra ar. quilted themselves In a most creditable man uer, aad we regret that out spAcowlll, not permit or an cxtcuded notice. Tba exct! lent Checkering grand Unoutcl was from lr,nnila Lt.a nf JAh tVrtlUl l " " ,U,u.r,,1.,v..v1(..,.J.i Sr ! .ap ji J8jh . t A. Ilefonca of Ilia tltrha In Waali. lOgtOM. Rsv Dr. Ubaattr. la a Utter to thsYcttf- frrfaa. last week, writes as folia!, very Justly, la relation to tbe elttkihlpa la Wait lagtoo t AltasRS EDivonst aiaay or your readers bara rUttTaa or frlfBdj hary labeUorfta tbaVlby ar oflsa pained by tba'slurs saat by aaeular papers, or polliltal aaplraata.oa tbe ndatltr ta rapetsblUty of Ibaia boldluf tbsaa poaltlons. Aatopportunltr bow ooeura lo say somsiklsl oa Ihfa saljsst. as tt for mad lha thama or a tsssnt dabat la Uiarrss IaSSI week Banal or fjarptnter offarvd a reso lution1 provldlnf for a mora equal distribu tion anopff lb States of clerkships la tba aovernmeot Departments Tbls apparently haroleis proposition was at onoe turna Into atbcneforlndlaetlmlaateabuis of tbls par titular elaia Oa Senator asstrttd, with as iiKUfiiu.i truth. thilMthav war notblar but OoTCraauot pa-po'tV tbe sarae time aompUIalar. with straaae ftnoUlay, tbat lajaallea waadoaabls blat In not f trior to .7? -i... mm. mW Ik... Baa. .Ma.! llu othar Bald tbat' h did not want vouoff men to coma bar and ba rnlad Whan a youor man asm bar to Wasblucton, and remained In on of the Departments for a few years, ha waa nawar At far work araln" Others son Uauadin tte same atraln , Now lat It too sal I just Hrre thM lha wrltbf has !, m Kroftaeir wiu nmrn.w p f iibtBi in ana Iktuirtmantk TLa ramatAs tnT will bs mtisori thl subjertat i ot la tbe least prbrapled by aelf-lafsisst. Hut we ro ..ti nmi.it aalaatlbla lu Ha Jrlmlaata d oaueUtWaor a class aotoug wbosa are to be I found aot only thobeatof men, but same of the rttaioiuecre oi our uviirawuH . . Ik. i..lU.Ak. M.lAlltV at1 Ih.M im. I plovecs ar not young men, aad not a single kiim wa hava awar mat waa a "oauoer " au H uiii ir .-v". . - . i I Sleee Ihe termination of tbe war, the ratio of employees who ar married has Incressed; -- L- a..I al.lt lk.niAii.llSpllll.il airgaiwuv wvm - any Uhrlatlan gsnee eomblaa to rarnlah nil pleaalarPw-ould apprsslsta the ysraelaos eheraster oi ta epitneia nm rwu v wn , le alaoA tattaat UaM If ssarealr A Uhrlitlao charity, breburch, or latsllectual anoolatlon In this city but Is ofllsered and supported by this very slaea Members of Oongrecs and piwipiMf editors Ilk Mr Qroeley, may sneer at theae paupers, but we saa tell them that If thev contributed themselves one ttlbe ae much to the moral and religious latereits of Wash leg too, It would boast of mush mor morality, and perhaps Intslltgease. .' . InrvKard to the matter of Intelligence, we think these employees could risk a eomparl eon with aomeol their critics T-e.fari-ample, tbe Patent Otnee Her are lines of duty which require considerable knowledge the eplthete referred to above oi inarts aou a.noTi w.,iiui ". wi too,Ialh Treasury Department, wlur we havaknownTBuagmea tospeada fswysare to famlllailie tha ia selves with What Is said to baihaBoeatsrsiem pi wjpii' ,V;j la this oo on Co Ho a we might mention the faet that frequently lha bsekere of our lam eltlae have eorn hsr to find suitable clerks for their, own o fllces A genllemanholdlng a high posiJ lion lathe Internal revenue bureaumeatlooed that during the war he haddlmeulty In retain ing hla slsrki, they were so eagerly sought or DybioiVrsla Nyork Yet their are the posliloas wbUh th young njt ofthe country engaging la hoaest labor," 'and whose oecn, paati the whlte-ooated thUosShbsr of the lytAane, every onoe w i'i"'r''7 vlaes to "Isav tbelr posts and koto farming it i. nnt tn h danlad that amoor tha i maoy thomaads ef orOce-holderc here, thcr ar to be found seme who aravielous, J-ViVl.0! eompetent BUt w would suegeil that these art ugi vuDtiuBu .h.. ..--t.-. but a small pt of the sew tetal . , Ihe question ha o flea been asked brine writer, whether the employment, of ladles la the Hritartmcntg Is not detrimental to tbe moral teue of tbat peculiar tnetttutlmi. Our loatlnet ar adyria to the employment or r.rpk.t.a In ai.r nulillo offlJO. Hit 'V.ebOaW that maav who are I Lore ie enupellcd by a tieess .i..l,l lB.lph.tfn,.klBB.It l.lllknlBIII.L uden coastlveof i cwulpyaieat In the De partments which is aqver o Morality, and TL-.i-i. Ik. I an ma nf tti. I..B. t .hrLatl.a innian Ufa haTB BVOr milt UOld ttll OUIlUOllS Some or them are t.e wives nod dtorhlers of men whom mis country naa aciumri m honor, ss( wheif oalr. W si ulss hi jhelr children and widows has been the stat 11 stlsry doled out io tbetn la till way geaeriliy emNr'd la rooms by tbeniselves. Iu office hours vcrylllfle, tfaay, eoavsraallon la allowed) aal alter tha dUakaroof tlislr In I no Treaaury i'lii'rinaaf tna uiiiaiar dUMrs tney rsiu a iu inair nuuiia, iu wniau Id Auye-ss,tItsyraje tba only aunurtof agedvreiaurhalVla4ShlWrul I.stlt not be euppussd, from th abut ere. a...b. k.t rlarkahlaa ara aalrabla altn Uons Tby at ohuly ) ail, aitj very ui cor Ihinni tenure .e wvum auTiiaaay; mao who Is earning a euoifartable tv. ibleltvlex MrftOU Tjjt Olmil OF r knma. navar. tu a J Hi a to WalhLi tbsiedrawbscks ate rtrliiTba epeotnblllty In tbe omoa 4t.l. bnt ta the mU rahta aralam br whldhlhran bLTjtm emadc intdect to'everypolMieArciangp.aiil tolhe niggardly stipend i with wbtah the tluvefo- meu. recwpcniia iwtoa ui ij.a noif unut lervants ' ,' I JCDqa Uitpipwoop, at ltlchinond, ye iter day, gfantod an Injunction vest reining MAjor miyson irons. acaiag aa mayor, no uiiu m fused an appeal, on tho ground tbat the lu junction was temporary, to continue only till tba next tern. EUyson'4 connect Rave nntlM of the Intantloirto dlaobev tba order of tha1 cpwL p order fo cause the vrest of biiyson, ana toen unaK uie caaq ueivr mo Boprema Court on a writ of AoA, u torpus Tbe Judge, la bis decUIoh, detlsrcs the eb BLhiinwanttiaaacd hv the Letslslatura uncon stllttJoDul, which decision affects nearly all tna anjeers la the waic Nbablt etery cfty-1a the Union has Its . swyoy oi A-ogusn iparrowi now , , lVrsnnal, Mr J iHrt MsUraae, wtid his Keen for Ihe psltfeurreiri -oioctf-l with thi fateratl DsfenueDeAiirtmiat,djrli whUh lime be hsshctdnttiyretpaoiiMr)! hat, snl ore time bslnr the eont.daiitU.elrkyof the Hon Alssloa(r,h.stsadredhts frMrnHln Mr MeOroaeersdttitedwIthboariff frotrt Ihe TO luntblaa LivSehool a ftyr slnse, anl pro poNiniortnur upoa me prastiaeor bis profaialon He Is a yoaec ta ofhlfh ability andiaiexrltr.aod we hsra aodeuhtAf Ms suesets whererer he miy l)lt FmoV C OoUlnswotto, th wsll-kaavro bit llardfltyrr.U la towe He fof some irme put hi been rnUloi la the Was. QiseolMbel.t, Ii tooft for eamfort and piJtstiholin TbehiiitberOsrernrllsad, of Vermont, lilmpiovla JaJaIJjtJ,Df AUbnn, Is seriously til ai Moa'cesicry Ito. DjfUS. ,. Auditor of the State erv',ft.ftBVAad on of its meit fnfl use list. cltlsaaldlda Wedseidsynt his rcslJeaco in MldJIcbury, after a vary brief Illness a Bry Uaaita Harkel. The past week has been more satisfactory one 14 all classes In tha dry goods business than any other since the opening of tbe spring trade. Affairs bare been In a more settled condition generally, and the steadi ness in Koia. wim a coeca 10 me aeeiine 01 cotton, hae' Imparted a feeling of confidence to purtbasers as well as to holders. In domestle cottons In particular, tbe mar ket has been free from "drives" and ex citements, and prices hare been steadily raainioinea. In brown sheetlngand shirtings there bas been a fair amount or sales, and prices for tbe teadlns? makes remain n neb an red. In dlan Head, Appleton A standards, Amos kesg A, and Laurel D are each 13 cents. Wachusetu 14U cents, Adriatic 14M cenU, 4-4 Empire A 10 cents, Agawam F id cents, Indian Orchard I lOVf cents, Ldwrenee D 13U tents. uieecnea sbirtmgs and sheetings or tne farotlte makes, best qualities, are firmly held by agents bnt medium grades are not so firm. New York Mills are sold at 24 cents, Wamsuttas at 31 H cents, 4-4 Ullca Floe Nonparlels 91 cents, 4-4 Red Bank 11 cants. Printing cloths are not in good demand and prices are unsettled. Bales are made In small qnanUtlee for Immedlata use, and there Is no speculative feeling In the mar ket Tbe price of 01 standards In the gray La 7 to TX cents, a decline of cent from last week la prints there Is a fair business dolntr at steady prices Bprague a saw light Uncles are sold by tbe agents at 10LJ cents, less 4 per cent , 80 days t do. robe patterns 1 IK cents) Hamilton u, rancy, iij cents no. purple 13 cents, Merrlmac, ltgbt D, 19 cents Allen's regular light fancy 11 cents Arnold's light fancy 9 cents. Ginghams have been In better demand, and tbe favorite makes have sold freely so that In some eases tbe supply In first hands has been cleared out- Frfces are firmly sus tained, but without change. Lancasters 17 ants GlAfgows 15 cents) Amoskesgs If rent. Printed Liwns and Dcrcoles are In small demand, owing to the luclwardnis of the reason. Hut as Ibe iaoa advance the demand will lta rote. Trices are well, main' lamra lu other derrrtitlotis cf tlomsstto cotton there are no changes since our Ut review. Prices are steady, and iho market Is without any maiked ebungcl. k MaUa dJalnes are. not It) active demaod) ouly cliolentUlca-ari ssHJbiget all freely. triers ora (wpnou ruangr iismntuu onllen Work, Mauehestrr and Pacific are each 17 rents) Maecfae-tfr brillhiiils 13 csntdi do. pUla lusuri 17 acalif Lowell broradea 14 tCt i Ktnluiky Jeans are slow of sale. RJch monljcari rapbeJlj03JcM;i-i mnson Car pit are now In good dinnudfor tho Im iter kinds or Uru'sud and lrgraln, and piLcs'Jue well intUtuedt bat thrrolslefs doing la tbe low rnt Us than usujI nttbla time of tha year The agenls are aiktngty Lowelt Company's supeiflne Incrala II less 9 per cent, ID dsvi, Frr txtr su,t:ittnii tl IS) for three-ply U .2(. Woollens are generally dull. Bt.lfr'a block cloths are offered at I1TS tnt.J5i black castors 92.73 to f 3J0. Cotton wuro cloths are SI ho ror no. I, si tu lor o. , IrOOfoTKo. 8. Docsklne are slow of sale, and prices bare a downward tendency. CasBtmerea of rood stvles. adapted to the season, are la fair demand, and prices ar steadily maintained) out toe lower graaes re in lerib ddmand and ericas' are weak. Batlutta are generally dull, though the bnt grades am In ralr demand. Prices are rtvndy Tiptop sell at W cents for No 1 and 83 cent for No. 8. Union doesklna 7W eents for No. 1 ana 82k cents for No. 9. inere is a ir amouns w ouaio ooinic In moat descriptions of Imported fabrics) bnt There is a fair amount oi Business ooing iac areaic. hcutt b in too new aiiici wi . .. II -.1.1. . ..J ll.kl dress goods, millinery articles and light silks. Printed lawns are also aelllnr freely. Dot the trade la standard goods Is rather limited for, tho season. The steadiness lo gold for (bo past week has been of great service so our uupwtcra, um ituiwiwu confidence to tmrcbAsers, of whom tbo city Is full, who have been waiting for thalowcst points to be reached before tbey would Ven tura to lar In their BDrlntf suDotlee. Tbe auction rooms hare been welt supplied, and prices havo generally been satisfactory to tbeJmporters,-ir", r, JrubTMrtdenr. -ffbat Tliey TtaloU of Ue. A New Bedford (Mass.) paper thai speaks of Washington t To one who visits Washington now, after an loterval of even half a doxen years (be changes la that city appear as gratifying as marvellous. We refer not to tha Improve ments In the public buildings, though these ar J noticeable nor to tba Improved condi tion of tbe streets, though tbls adds greatly to the comfort of tbe sojourner. Nor Is tbe mostfstriklng change, fbe Increased acui ties 'which the1 horse 'railways furnish for overcoming the mAgnlficent distances of tbe federal city. WAshlngton hu YAstly Im proved lo the lAst decade la all that goes to make up Its material prosperity. (Bet the greatest change la In "its moral qoBdlUon. Before the war, and aa might be eSrpoeted, during- the war, the ball and especially the bar-rooms of all Its hotels, from tbe forenoon of each day to tbe bbiaII hoars of tbe next, were packed with politi cians, a noisy, boisterous crowd, who argued and drank and drank and arsned till ram got tbe better of reason. There Is abso lutely none of this now. The hotels have no lack of gueiLi , and there ara yet open bars. Uul lbs latter nave out now ana insn visi tant. Formerly, Bandey was the wildest day of the week, tbe crowds then surging and seetblug about tbe passages of tbe hotels mora than ever. ...Now a Sabbath In Wasu- lnrton Is as aulet sslu New Bedford. Its churches are crowded) and those who do not attend show a marked resnect fbf tbe dsv end maintain tne utmost aocoram. rue oars ara alt closed, and the appearance of an lutuxkalod person Is quite as rare as In our city 1 ha change la the condition of the colored population I also striking We were not of those, who dreaded the pnuttqvences of eruai dputloni but wOare dUapWfited at tbertuutsofthlslit Waihlhgtqr)' The rot orod pooplo of tho city sh ) n Jqit an ai preclattnit of tbe responsibilities, ai of tba prl.llegfe of freedom Tbty take tbelr placu. at tHUoQi quietly, deouroujly, mod cstly. It would not have beiii ut all strung Iftbcse neopllytes hAd berti 1 npuivnt In as sumption, exacting rasivct, aud pushing thMniailvpa Into tjimvIlIuus merely tu om ... --"------. ,-.. .ji.r , .. ijuasiza UiUf rigiiis. uu iuuu i niricau ut all this, a qukl srpfjverh.il And au easy, graceful assuruptloirof tlidrrUht, wbttU would uiAkq ouu htllavd that yitl werj uyru to tliA iliueaHbay now take I Na.th.eeat mnn Roil ouiututl Af, iuiuiv mem in a n.ltwaycdr.la ibetUeaUv.iu ibegalUrics uftbe House br8eukte Clumber; or nl tbo depattmiau. JUdltyt tbey were iooiq im po nine tit and offriiJve as slaves ihiniLey are as freemen Tbey ara niwuy uud tbty show tbelr inanbodd Tna CarTll.aThf flrt dcniriure of tbo season qtjtKla,aAtetok plsco Yesterday, the boat 4. JacVson CUik, b It n.luji tillis Im.Hcin rnmnani'. linn, taklno llin IiA 1 About tau toat, lafl tMl pari dilllnpY tt. dajr, taW.if cntool for Ibo American, llaiopjMrilariclllilUmoreandCijolollJatlou UomnuUeaTn4UlU(toBmri,coMiiucei toadlDir HilrdiT.-ek4rlai) C'lvWwt,, Thtfaa asralnal Itio t wnrreaalanal rrlntfv Tpn Trallmony Trater iy. At 11 Vok teller My Iho ltvrtljf.tlnn of therhtiitrsmad h.tnt the Conrrenloasl Ti Inter waa eon It mi -J Vr Plynn tcealledi Is of tho opinion that Vr rih'llsnotaeomjitteor prtetlial prlaler A soar f the LtMmrelf IIUtlnaa waa s loww wltftfi', fcMhf atatprt tht tbo iil fur itltlfififce riiltabd Druriroik, If lull far by the place. I l 20 par lUouss I m That class or work Ii A it ot tlm at th florero mentoffloe. A fair vrrdt's wnrk Istwn psres a day, for wbleh tl tf riiy ie t all Tha avraf work oflhe on , thai Inabnlur and plain work, li good. Tbe nffle wo lid psyorerN par cent more for tb tsbir Vr ormed, If paid for by tbe plrt He ha-l nsrer helil any eoav-rietlon wlfh Hs OUpp's eon I relation to tho eompateney of ftlciars OH sjdDrook Mr Swano holds the jpoiltleu M chief floor handi previous to Mr Olapp'ssoov fnx to tbe offleebe eotttdnot sty how maav floor bands wra employed Mr. Swano la son tint a a abaentfroai tbeofflee, ana dgrloa; hts abienoa Ihtrs la ao oeetiloa to employ an extra hand In his place The business or the lime keeper is to Uke time of tbe heads) this requires about ttn minutes eaehdsy.exeeal wnn it ia neeesiary io make up his books ll.kaa ia.1.1.... .111-. .... Aj.rj... . ..U...MI.K.V. nmri.Bui ia aoi aware or tbe exset nature of the dullas of his asalatsnt lis bad bn appealed to to allow men for Urn when they hare been Idle, but bad In all eaies referred tbsm to tho foreman It has alwaya bean tbe praettee or tho ofllee Burin prerUu odmlnfstratlons to dtrehant man whoeonMnotdoa falrdays work or tho purpose of expedltlof bnilaess.the tabular aaa piaio wore buiom separated. Wllaeas wotked for Mr. Wendell on OOTernment work In isae-rf) worked on plain and tabular work. In tabular more m (than Urn la required than In plain work It Is the rule la prlrat ofllsM, where work is doa by the pleoe, to divide the 'fat- and Maa" work equally between tha hands employed. The aversi a of the reca lo the Oavernmsat offlieeaaaotearntlS per day on solid saat tsr If food eoupoaltors were retained It eonld be dona why sush men are not employed be ouuldnotsBy. Ills ImpranlAns are that Mr Oils bad ruled the orate entirely on personal Round He had known men to he dla barred jmlhaoneawhosouldsstup leaems per $?or..A..Mr Drt,""SoneBdMr Jlooey, Atr Hsldemao and Mr Martin were others whom witness soul I eallto sslnd These men wera dlaeharaii h. at. niiakA. eauaa thay had voted t a tbelr trade orraal i M lane contrary to tho fornana Ideas A dlaposltlon had been to an 1ft a ted bv some to fore the typpi rsphloal union to take aatlea on the admlialon of tbaeolored man Rome of these who here hern meotloned wera ainoer.noiB wno were oppoaad to tbe ad minion or eolored mea In the union Rome of the raoit competent mea had been dlsehsrred far thlareaaan.and tun imiiI...j ...i. :. riot to them Such a state oT d. mora I Halloa existed la tha oOe a to eall for aa order w .rF. " nu narea verv mueh demoralised at dllTcrenl times slneo he has ailed as asilitant foreman. It was not la Mi power to prevent Itj ha had no author. Itj la lha promises Atr Otis was not on rood terms with wltseaa and would take no ad te la relation to .Ihe builBCii of the ofllee rromblmidld not thlak tb foreman knew Iiowlo6orr.it the it.t of tblafsaalitlaK in theotaeeat the time Home men bad been dliehsrred for leavlBf their framaaen bual. neas, whilst others were permitted toao Idle about theomoe A Bvatem nl tarror kt' .1 one tlm ealited there lleblmislf bad fra- quiniij va wreiHDn witn aiisbarn bv outside parties A better stat of tblara aow exlsted.slnee Mr Lthel tookeharre Oood eomposttors make the best proof readers, as a rule ' The msawho keepa the time book has no knowledf e whether the amount of work re turned by tha haade la eorreoti tbli ta a matter Of hOBOr With tha aoainnaltnr Tk.p. ..-.. one employed to meaaure the work. U eoukl not ssy the! theao reluras ar reliable, but his lmpriilonlsthstthyBrno.Thlsertiaeate applies to the pUee hands as well as tba dsv handit the piece work Is all measured onea a month by tha time keeper He had known Mr Ethel olaa he baaame foreman of tbe Seen meat room Hesueeaeded Mr Otli M r Kthel e Xorsl conduel had senvlneed wltneia that ha .M..t.Jkni..AK..I,ABAam..-. ... .T"HV wn..uv.rwt,..u..v,R. ,urarasn( Domsiimss he trqilred wnrkto be done la a riven time that waa Imuaialbla tnbannna I ... . qalred O her evldeoaes oflaeompetener had e m undrr his oba-rvatlon Um U mtmber oi ipe rriniera- vumm res Union does not pass on a man's qualiflaations a workman In the nailer or membership. Wltneia bad sot besa aa applicant lor tbe poillloo of f irw. man Sir word or la t tar Tka ..... ...., of IheotHee baa not been -haared tioie Mr Jlappeamo there Wltaeaa believes that Al M lrdayat elaly eeola par one thouitadami o pieirt soiia copy is a verv AofuLJaela. ami. Huuuimrwi in nn uauri, on ikmb work, naa been the bM areraf yat attained Air Wen It'll was iro.Ual aad inldirbe waa employed to earfy Oa an nfllaor theeapacitv or the iroyerament ofD-e he would not employ amvn ef Ibe eompeirber of Mr Olapn, ii dll not eoaalder blm somnatrnt Ha Lnaar iiolhlrr iwrionally of the eimpeteney or the fjuallflaktlona of Mr Olaip, but nnly from ub.-., ..whi,. ( miiiiiHr iicircra ea twtenlout thonjht he eould run the oIUm then ar thin Mr ilatiiL Charles D lUriot a trsiiflM that be Is a urieimaui was fsrem-.n of tha Uim.aui prese room t has wuiked with Air fcihrl, but dees aot rooBw iaiua.gimonpfiaaito ruatbe teas OseegB i W. Uowen lestiAed thst behad been employed at tboOevernmrat Pilatlog OOc slee Juaa lest Worked at the case and aa proof-reader Did not thlak that the prtof readers employed by Mr Olapp now were eompetent mea One reading of eojtr by a eompetent proofreader should bo eu fluent. oa n geaeral thing v Mr. Uadlsoo Davis tsstlfled that ha bad been employed In the Qovernment Prlotloi fifrloa alnna lla t.kll.k -. .. ..' ' .iV SB alt lea, and was at preient preparer of oopy. lr Olapp had reqaeiled him to make out a sUUmeat of th duties of tk eblef elerk but b could net eeaaeUntloualy make the affida vit desired by Mr Ulaep.and had Ceollnid to do so "The sasscaden Memorial wag de elgoedtobe ao octavo book A blunder was made la It, and It waa afterwards changed to a auarta. eostlsr theOovarBmaat a Una lie believed the Oovornmant Printing nm. could be run with much mora economy than 11 ia ine appeiaimenioi loaempetent mea had much to do with this slat of things Ua could not cay that the chief clerk la Incompe tent. The ofllee of preparer of copy la not absolutely necessary but Is of advantage to tbe on K.P Howell testlflcd that he has been em ployed at tbeUoverameatprletlnrofflee since 1804. Ho eoold not esytbht the office had been conducted fairly close Mr Olapp had been tbetc Too much had been required to be dona by asm of the eomposttors He waa one of then. Mr OUs bad bean In tb habit of otmlog sad aboatar the man. Mr Uroek had alwaya bee retarded by the craft as looomp i.ni ir n uuiivi di periormoa nor uus to him that he knew no bias of rule aad figure work TAcre Are mere proof-readers employed under Mr, UtpRUsjt uadsctbe former print- Some were abaaat about hair tka iin. aad he bad notloed that one waa aometlmoe Intoxicated Ue knew of a rebel, by tbe name of Callahan, who wee employ 1 In the office, and another who refused to take tbe oath of allegiance .The preaeat foreman ,ls totally lo eoo pel at to perfersa his 4utles.i v Jeremiah W, Kaott testified that ha bad been employed as n printer la Ihe ode aver stnee It bed beea established. Had kaown of bluodcra having beea committed there under Mr Ulepp Mr Ethel Is a gentleman, aad he thought that by eapeiiCDoe he might make a eompetent officer lie thought there were laorobUnderS committed then Under former Printers Am error hod been commit led la h Land Omse Bcport which had t be recti fied- . i . J A reuerick ...Him testified that he Is a proof reader) thought thara were some Incompetent nroof reader emntovad tkare undaa Mr til a no lie did not think tho number of readers was in eieese ef what le needed The II. nlakaald that ba n '.,! nnt to teitlfyi le foreman of tbe folding room. MlstakesBSd eseurred uaderhla obaarvattoat not very eerloua one, however Knew Mr. Ethel well. Ma work wae well performed, and thought him competent. He knew of bo waits In the otnee it W Olaxton testlfisd that be had beea employed about fourtesa ycara la the office. jvoiw vary .imii st jut iib, dui i.ra oi wr, Uroek Oould not say that Mr. Otis Is not competent to pertain, hi duties Ue thought th onto generally might be conducted more economies My, though Mr OIspp docs about as veil as hlepredecesior. When Mr Olaxtoa concluded the commit tee adjourned until pet Monday Mr. Auoustos F. Coo as, of Iudlaoapolls, Is evidently a grocer bo does not very well know hle-vwn mladr and of him a curious lain la related. -lt-UlnUreUnr as showing the f ocllllv with which at the West the mar- rlagq. relAVa lhAurocd. dbvearded, and prtsvutly retnmed. Eight moatha ago the Hfonaiibn KfvCer'X11 &vc CooraNcvivand iopVhA ivorced from Mrs. is married to Mrs 0oorso9 afaraA irood aaanvthlnt- so niLUucboly could hi. If Mr C. bad a sufiUlmt, rcatoa fof ridding blmclf of his urn wuu. acconuuK io law, ue was j miiueu ludulnsrsoi but wo bold that be ws under h moral obligation to know hts own inlud, If Ua bad. upy to mlud Now, It npara be baa luinwav No. J aud murrltdlSu. 1 naln FruuirVV1 It w&uld appear that 11 r C. Is of a fit klqqnd wavering turn. u4 that Mis U No tsoi lulUly rorglrlQl udlurv, Such levltj ofjUiiotUlunKlvcd some a,upld sutil rleot ground for argnlng against all dl rurcv aluttsocv n but such tiles Jo not touch tbaqut-atluii of dlvurid fur extreaiu nnelty, rtrtmluii, ne-rirtt tarroll. a wife W(U iVVi,;warlus t? lfy, au I hit Ullly lo I i..... .. - Tk. ..I,. .,..,... -vl i.mJau. to w3SB t'ha nirrlCo relation W ,,,,,11 , uci, cautli, are tj illjut I ja- ' '- r liilMlSlaurUtti Htlo of 0, relUlgti THE NEWS BY CABLES CJHEATItMirAia. Tlirfloneear ri-trde-raaaaaw. af ih Irian reaee Dill rraeafga Im 111 itoneoartwnsMawa. LeatMtf, Msich J:. -Tte llouss of Lords this erenJnr went lain committee ca lbs bill tor Ihe preservation af peace la Iielaad. fhe Alarqiila ut Ulaotraord repudiated aav hostility to tba bUt. but rtrelld the hsste of IheOovcrameal la proposing It, a hiete which was evidenced ty msey ameadmeeta whlah the Oeverameat itself ht,d p reposed. KenbjtetedU lvla( further pewere the Iilih eeastatrulsry, wheat he described as a worth eas hedy f men. ifora uitr ria entnirted the b u. aad d. fended tbe Irish pellee. Aiuae A&ercene etpstlifedeathe sed t oue tone or the preai vr li south and west of Ireland, aad mgadthat mesiurtsor ttstrsint were ladtspsaaeMe.. iaa em was reported bv the commute. but, without farther debate, woe yaaaed. Ia the House of Oommene Atr aisditoa mads aa expUaaUenla rttard U the salary of Sufraghns, erhe, he aaU,was aot paid out af pMi moneys. Mr Oladstene alee aaeoraoed that a re. dustioawas to be made ta the rate of Inland Mr, Otwsy promised to latroduee a bill amendatory el the neutrality laws of Enf land. During theevealag Mr Gladstone gave la detail a pregrammeef the course of baslaess for Ihe present seasloa. A protracted dlssaesleri followed upon tha order of baslaess, Olsditone and others par iisipatisg. Lonooir, Marsh St E real of. The ITouse or uommoaa took up the Irish lead bill la committee Several ameodmeata m edifying thcuistsr custom were submitted sad re Jested. BXr.oiadstoac, to meet ohjeetloas to local legislation, moved lo Include all customs of teaure ressmbllsgthet af Ulitsr. A stormy debate ensued, but Ihe House adjourned with out farther action. FAAHCK. Per Ujaelattie'a Hew ra per Tba AIlca4 Caaaplraey Aaatstat tna KroDrar. riata, March tl The first number of the new rellalous Journal. Im CeaeoWr. of whlah fere Uvaeiathe u ebisi aaisar. appearwa To day. The poueeare asuvaiy parsnug their lavea tlgatloas lata the alleged eoneptrasyagalast the Emperor aad the State, Nearly all par tics Utterly arrested la toaaeitloa with this arrsir are workmen AtOMK. TU XcstsnesiUal Canacll. llojra, March tL At a masting of tbeEcu maalsal Oouaelt to-day the M Schema de Fide" was promulgated. The Holy Sea has granted three dsys for tba dlsBlleal Armenieneto submit to He author. try. That time has expired, aad oa the Arms- nlaaimave shown ao sign of yielding, a major excommunication will he pronounced against them Faats, Marsh tt.-lt Is asserted that the Ecumenical Oounsll wilt Immediately som msaee thsdlseussloaof the scheme of Is 1111 blllty. la that saa the French ambassador will net return to Borne. TUB BICUHOHD KAYOBALTT. Proelamatlam byClialBwass Haw tka Caa la lo isa Oat ts th prassta CpQri. Ricaaovo, (Taj March J1- TheMaJune tble aHirhooVtcrt.irj'ibtt tmnii-'cTty-etninen and tbe police, but thry went oa la the trsns- acltuo or municipal slrtlrs S usual Chahooa limed a proclimstlea this evening sating his pellce fores will be promptly organ It ed, and requesting persons appelated by Ellyioato tctreatto their hemes peacefully, that no furthtr breach or the peace may occur It ta supposed that when Ellyaon holds court 1 0.0101 row Ihe United States authorities will arrest him, which Is the mtaasr In which his counsel hope, Iy habeas erpus,t get lb c'tcrar the Supreme Ua-.rt Eliy.oes police stt I have control of iheelty. ncnDcits. A9tobBleaaaalimr1er frwrn Ins llj Ullllov the) MberltT anal Ume artho Tfltmeaaen ratal AfXVay Moaao. Li- Mereh 11-'. II. Wlsner. ShsrHf of Uuashl(,a psrlsh, was murdered here Ust hlghlbf a patty or fifteen or twenty men. who earn for fhe purpose of releasing a man named De aver, who was In custody for murder. Tb mob alto kllhd Offat Jwhosop, a eolorsd man, who was witness against Beaver, Aftet releasing Ucavcr Ihe mob barred the Jail doors, to prevent tha eesape of other prisoners, and retired. John Wlmberly was kil ed yesterday eve ning la a dimcuity,ty d. Dri&Kgtave. Kafefelwsr Sh Clrav. SAlsm. Maes. Marsh St. The tomb of Mr. Pesbody was entered last Bight by burglar, who stole th tablet aad haadlee from tha casket. The tblcvee were arrested to-dar aad tbe plunder recovered. They will be tried to- EAtent Tolairrsiishla Bravlt lea Five hundred men were discharged from the Oharlcstewa (Mass ) navy yard yestsrdsy. A number of sentsnees were passsd ia nsw York yestsrdayupoa persons cneagsd la the September election frauds, bat a stay of pro ceed lag wasoatcred. Tbo Sen Dr. Archibald Fosa, of th Meth odist Ohureh, died rcecatly ta Swltserlaad. Jack Revnoide. the condemned mnrdenr has beea preuesed sane by the New York dee- tors. t Tbe New York Asssrably ysstsrdsy agreed to a bill making eight hours a days work, ex cept whore contrast specifies differently. A New York rumor assigns Osaeral Pleas anton to the sollsetorshlp of sustoms, vise OrlonsII to be removed, and Foetmeste r Jones to thccollcstorihlpof the Tbl'ly-sssond rev enue district E Collector Bailey le said to have taktn a Turkish batn ai a water cure establishment la New York a few evcnlnge ago. The eoavealloa a railroad ticket ageals la New York yosterdsr agreed apoa a general reduction or about five percent oa through pasaeagere to leading So a there palate. seitn uoydooi ta inventor, bora at Fs- boro', Mats, died yesterday At bis resldeaee, to Clinton Towashlp, Esieht county, TT, J., aged 12. The eolored sltltens of newark, n J- tela brate the fiftccath ameadmcat oa Thuisday. Oulch mlalng is beeemlsg quit brisk la Meataas, and maay miners ara getting ready to start for the Oedsr Greek mines Richard Flsksa was called for trial yestsr dsy la the Quarter Sessloa Court of phlledtl phis, oaths sharp et eitesspuagto aiutwo little beys by sboetlag them, but he wasnea if Ills ball, amounting to I1T.000, was for felted Ahesvy northsast storm prevailed at Nor. folk last alght General Le wae at Augusta, Ocergla, yes terdsy. He deellacd a public reception, but was visited by many promteent cltliens. U lesves for Ssvssoah tbls morotsg The Mctalre spring faess commsnse In New (Itleanc oa Saturday A committee of the New York Stock Ex chtagc will report oa Saturday la favor ef the removal to ue city or the new post-office. Tie Like Superior, Mississippi and 61 PsulMllroadAhareeompronlaewA, The agree msnttsth.t Meisrp Jay Oohe k O eoav tletc ibe Sloua city rot J, This will son- ll-tclh eoaaeetlon be'wcs'Lika pdpettov and ibe union i'aiu tai rs i The Utcmu fsmlly ealUt for Europe jeiierdsy s t WiIllaaTTcfusoa, Vho bas beea la LuJlow jaiiifw tv,a,israi j iar, eaargeu wim r J ' "' '"0.S.'.V,!!"MJ',.,. 1 'JK" l.lucwdball ta. Mi'rlal atlori.fr hiTlni douk) ol hU IUUU OoTrro.r Cwao.rl.ia kn ia.a TounJar. AptU tb, a ! f THE tVATKUKNFKALTIIOnA-j, IllsReunU, rrwarde4 SeTroy, V. "-"Iv raaemi Cerent. Iee-A Meellac af HI IK nrr a Baral OBlecrs Babj Fbaboisoo, Marih tlTh remalnc of MaJorGcaeral Thomas, under tha escort or Colaael WlUard,aeommlislone4 orator, and thirteen mea, were forwarded Fast this morn ing. Minute g-uea were fired from Fort Al cures on the departure of Ihe body for Oskl.al. After th Impressive funeral ceremonies at the Lick House ysslcr day, at which Bishop Xlp CWUteJ, a meeheg of Ihe military aad aavat o Ulcere la thla elty wee held. Oca Allen was ehalr ma. Commodore Mlddlcteawae Is strutted ta addiess A letter to Mrs. Thomas cxnrenlva ofthe deep regret of the army and nsvy on tble eo tit althedssth of Oca. Thomas, and conveying oabehslf of Iheoffleers.Uclr sincere condolence la her afflletloa It waa alsodc elded that the officerc leformsiJy attend the remain a from Sea Fraaslsatf ta OnkUa. Arrsagements have beea perfected by which the body will be eeaveyed to Trey, New York, over the following named routes t Central and Union Pacific, Burllagtoa ana Mlaaeerl, Lake Shorn and Michigan Southern, and the If cw Yotk Central. MaeflwBfOBIeerafihArBarrtB Cemaleerlaacl at Bt Iroctle Keealta. Siesta Ail pled. Sv Louts, March tl. At a meeting or the oflleereand soldiers of lha army of tbo Cum berlsadwtad other soldiers, held ataesersl Schofisld'shestlqusrtcrc this aftcrnoon,the fol lowing resolutions were adopcdi Wh erase It hss plessed Almighty Qod to remove from ua Msjor Usaoral Ueorg II Thomas, our 1st beloved commander As a teotlmoolsl of our appreciation or his good neae, greatneas and exalted character) arcMvei, That In his dsath th country baa lost one of tb noblest exemplar of Its in stitution, th army on of Its greatest chief tains, and society on or Its brightest orna ment, and the world n graat and good man BrsoVrrat, That In him we recognise a model soldi rr, who, by his cool courage inaction, to raced Into his troops heroic valor) by hi wlie gsoeratahlp letpired all with unques tioning eoafldeocc) by ccntl consideration for hts followers ornd front them the en dearing appellation or "Father. and by bis modest demeeaor ef selLaboegatlonT and pat riotism won tb hearts of his countrymen. BrierW, That In our own rrlefwe eaonot forget the great afflletloa and bereavement of hie widow, and we ttn Iar to her our most re spectful eympathr and eoodolaeoa fiftoiW, That we will wear tho usual badge ofmournlar for thirty days AVmIvcA, That n copy ottbeae resolutions b sent to tha widow of our deeeaaed comrade The meeting wae numerously aiieaaeo, aaa Oca. Schofield aad others made appropriate and fceliog speeches. Aftfar at tb Aeter Hows, New Tor It, T-Day. Kaw Yobk. March SL A reeetieg of Ue Armr of the Gamberland will be called at th Astor nous tomorrow to take action In refereccc to the denth of General Thomas. A dolegatloa of eighty or one hundred will ac company the remains to Troy HISSlSBIfTl IaXUISIaATUBK. rroceedlwsa Yesterday. Jackio.-. Mi..WrhL The eoamlttce appointed br the legislature to layestlgate the subject of the escspe of Yerger, made a report, which was arte r ward withdrawn, aad the committee discharged from the further coasldcrstloa ofthe matter. Tha bill establishing a sbaaeery court wss under consideration to-day. Theelaaslflsatlonet Senator, provided la the eoasUtutlon, affects one half holding four years and one half for two years. Uf seven Democratic mem Vers, six were chossa for four ysrs aad also tea ef the twenty-elx Ecpub- Th bill Introduced yesterday, provlllng for the registration or loyal voters, laeludesalt sltlxsns, male aad female, tweaty-oae ycara of lac expense wi t Aa"' -- i for tweoty days, Ufstlmatedat tuooa, Tha committee on the par of the members recommend M a dsy aad 0 ceatc per mile coming from and returning to their hemes. Till FlfTEKTU AMEHnH EW1 Calcbratlom 1st PmiadelpWov-Sama tor Beveta t Imvltea t a-ar-llelpata Oae Haadei Gown Tired al Aiaawy ". PHiLaoBLralA, Marsh 8U The blacks lo Ibis city are la a high otete of excitement orcf tbepiomulgatloo ofthe rUtecathamead meat, end the quarter of the city mostly In habited by Iheoi le gaily decorated with na tioaaleolors Iamny lsstanecs Whcrebual lag Is beyond their reach they have substi tuted red, white and b n shawls, women's dresies, scraps of carpets, as Caaaoa have beea filing all day In honor of the event. Efforts ar being made to Induce Senator UfVele to come oa here to participate la a general celebration, which occurs neat week Albabt, N. Y., March SL-A salute of one hundred guns was fired by the colored eltlxeoc today la beaor ofthe ratlflsstloa of the fltv tcenth ameadmeot. TUB OOMHECTICCT EEECTIOIT. The Flftaentb Akmeadmemt Net lis Tin t Allow Clred Atom t vote m Bfaaday Next. HlBTron, March tl. Mkoy papers ouU side of tbls State are saying that the procla mation gives colored taea the right to vote here en the sth ef April, This Is calculated to cause embarrassment, aad tte Republican State committee author ise the statement that It Is too late fbf col ored mea to comply with the provlaione of the registry law, Thcr cannot vote at thl elect loa. Wreck f si Haiti ar Yeaael. DxLTiktOBB, March II The bark Cricket, ef this port, has beea wrecked enT Cap Chrl,aD4U total loi. She bad oa board tvo theusaad one hundred and twenty bagf of eoffce IromBlo de Janeiro, Tha canto waa Insured, but there was no Insurance oaths vessel. The ssptaln and crew esme' ny'lYera Itot folk this moralsg -i Tlrajlsilat ra4 Her CalstmsilBlor. The following letter appears In yesterday's Ifsw York rvtvafwt Bibi la your paper to-aaytne toiiowins stAtement Is made edlloriallyi "It Islatlmated from Waahlagtoa thatth Ylrglnla LerUlatur Intend to recoaaldar and recall Its eonfirmatloa of tho fifteenth amendment, ana thus attempt to throw aa ad ditional obstacle la UA way of IU baeomlna I aw. lutsaoiu MrairuiaiM,uuii.u s said to seme from the White Hoaie with the barsaiateoi ueargia naiorn innr yB, and whil th present disposition of Oongrecs to reconsider and revise Its reconstruction measures prevails, It will be very unfortunate for their State If tho Virginia rc attempt to do anything eo foolish. Oa this basic of ualvereafaufrrare Iheeouatrr mail eventually ereeoastncM, theeplrltoltho are demand II woe aeieye iaie sue anaya ine genera aeatv whlah ought speedily to follow, au which tbe humor oi tae people aisoaemanue Wa ara Inst from Richmond, where far more than six weeks wo here been In dAlly Intercourse with tna leaning memDcrs or the LegUlature, and almost aa frequently with Gov. Walker, and we state, without qualification, tbat there Is not a shadow of funndatlon In fact for this minor. We ba llere such an Idea ae that imputed to tha Virginia LegUlature has never entered tha mind of a single member of that body. No tech thought la entarUlned by any sane man In the Bute. Bat, en tho contrary, wo waot tho fifteenth amendtnent adopted be caose lla adoption will Impose upon tbe whole country a uniform suffrage. Many prominent Northern men hare recently been la Virginia, and know aa well as we what Is the feeling of the Legislator, the Governor, and the people on this whole reconstruction business, and will confirm what wo say Tntwn Afthaaa rentlemCD. Colonel J a med UcKaya and Walter B. Uuraee, esq . this elty, who have recently cpcnl some llmola Richmond, we confidently refer -for tto cor vectnete of our statement of public sentir Sent In this regard TbUreportUthework of mUcbief maters, who are moving heaven and earth to create dUturbances lo our cam monUy. and to poison tbe minds of Oongreaa ind tbo President again.! us. When the facts of the past few waeka coma to bo fully known, all fair minded paopl of the North will be amased at tbe rascality that oat beea itnttd by some of theao disturbers of the peace of tbo oountry. Vtfrj ItriilVIIHUj, iuui .iivHua, J.aiUMDH, luhkud, 1 . .... Taoa. a. Ttwiurajr. a IkU'l'