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Si2-s? Iattt VOL XI WASHINGTON CITY. D. ('.. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1870. IN0.12G nVx. .i !&&,. .. gyMttifM. Auction Bale.. B IT COOPER LATIB1KR, Aaei'ra. ia......... t. t.. lMalnl-a At IlA .1 JM lOUWVVBVia .U mm w .M ... , . Sesthweet eoroer of rBBylyeala avtaee bb MOM. VlftflTDiX OtIMB HO P tun QRAHOR AND LIMOI 1RIIS, Aa , Ao, o'cloc. atotr iiftlo room .we shell itlUn. . anllMtloa at lha above nlaat 5.'" i . & tiartrw i..t.i Terns Cah nnnpiua. mtihih opioid t atari Aaatloocors BT ITU. I- WAIL O., Auetf New Marble Building, Hoc 900sadOU, A, B eor Pa ave. sad Sib Br, eaeof the late reoerAcei WMkliittt eaaaty, u fi , IwHIeall BtpobPO Al, aBU Tat.B r HI DAT , the d day of Aorll aex. at tlMk p n , alllhAtpUeaef lot of groaad liWMklii aaa rnvrin hib"i - a v. ,.vii.i., p n , alllhAtpUeaef lot of groaad la waania to city known part Of IJ iimltrri alibi oqaare BombertA threo haaSr atd firtr (M)aalheea1e lotao eqaareare laid dowai tfaeplaaof asldeiiy. being the eooib twenty fr fail rroaa frat to reae, r real) eg Iweaty.rpar feel OBaUevoBlh Street wet aid OXtaadiag back the amowMialotharearef "14 'ot,BBd ooBtalatog two tboaaaad thro haaSrod sad alecty Mfaa feat, more or 10 . ... .... Term! Oa third ea.htbaUeee ) sir, twotv e odelsbl months, with later., to be sceared y a deed of tresis tbepr-mliee. BIN WtLsCT, Troilee P B eTlLRny, etteraoy . P U WM L WALL CO .Aid's. I)T COOPBR LATIHFH, Anrl'i. I) (Successors lo Jas O. MeOuIr A. Co ) loath wotcorasr of Pooaaylvaale bvobbo a ad tlevoath street. h. -rl.m n ffltlllTllT. Anvil (lit. 1871 at Vi3ft. ft'eiocx. aae roiiewiag tibibci, at oar aatiioe Koono. we hall tall parlor collection of Ml rtlUaaco Book, beloegleg to Ik Lie Cbai, W Holder aed a member of the Arg alia Legailee Maoy of tfaabnokaarUiaKlly MaJktd till! rUTCRB DATS. BY TIIOMAt DOWMIO, Atlanr. 1J BEIOCJI ITSIir. UKOKUKTOWJf. lAtOABLRIMf ROVED rSOPBRTT OK THK hifniiTx vr oioruitotTH, rott ialx u AUCT10S p OiTUI'Dir.HtrSrf.atftft'ctoek p n , l"QarwilliaU.alpabllaatitaa,oatbprrl. JSJLihalTaiiablaBropartroBN w vraarltkth aa4 Hlthatr T fcaiaa waibatlt f tar tm Co, mad af lha bfii milaraU. Ii malataalktr u Urga room, with batlar'a paa'rri aai wi(r, aad all lh eotftaUarf partaialac W a drat ! rllaaai hrltb nvirtlllaaa Ihrmrlinl I, tba hia maktiflirat proflf Tb proporir haa afraalof UltMi.aadatttp b r Wti. llaaaa. naidaaa UaWa?Ur oftba Potanaa rlar. Thar la a axoatUat liabla, Cdrrlaca aatl Caw B! JY flURKPI WILLIAM. 1 AiiatlaBarra aad Raal Katata Ilrnkara Ho 3ltf,tmtkaaatcraarrSafaiUiaAbitrotU. TRUbTRtV "it 0? YALtTABLR IHPROVI0 PROPgKTT Oa-WOTH f TKItT,ITWiM RLRTiaTn AND TWILFTH STRUTS. 6 AST rvlrtaaof Iwodaadaot traat from Wa Tal brtalaz .! lha 4ntcaod, datad tib Jaaa, IitJI. bA fliU Martb. iaO aad Trdtd la Llbr i C K Bo, II. folio 178. aadT H, Km .10. (alio 1(S. aid at uaroqialf tk traaiarar of tb atHlac atanelatto flfod lhTahT.W will aall. altht pnmlaoa.aaSATUKDAY. lha ttSddaror April Uual. all lk p. m ,ikwl hair ofLot aambarod alao.lt,) la bqatra aambarad ala haadrad aad aut ait. IBCS.) froailag twtalr Bto 114) faat ea I aUaoU aadattaaita back to tha rau e( lha lot. with lha Improf onaau lhraoB. Trnaf !! Oao IhlrJ cub of wbleb S-UmaM b dapoalUd at tba tlmaof U aad lha raatdaa wUhlalradarftkfraafiori IbabaUaealaalaaad Iwalf noath. tabo ard bra oodof Iraat, 1 with UUraal frvmihadar of aata If thaUrma ara aot oampllad wUh wiibla Sio daya. lha poalttobo forfatUdaadlhapropwlrrooU at lha tpd dU Aiatloaaora. iB' YTHOnAHDOWLINU. AuctT. aa uriuga aircat. umrfiawui TRUSrit I MALI Of VALniBLI RIAL . TATIIH OBUKairoWM. DllTRIOT Uf CO LUMBIA. Br vlrta oft dod of Irttt, front lb UU BUaaor R Laactotho iBbacrtbor. mad Movaaihar SJ. lMt, aad rotordad amni Iba Uad raoorda off aid Ulatrlat la Ubor H OT. M IS. folio AM. At a.. tt0a.TUURUAT. May Alb. 1870. S o'olock p n. llOi(THUMUiii atrtii. itAki t'UNi p ra. la fro at of lha prorala "All that parsal of f roaad btlafpartor lolMo 47 f thoorlftaal lot of ald toWBi baglaalaf at lb aad of II foot maaiarod aad parallal with tba Ant Hao r H'ftad m airalakl !! IA tha Balaalav TbalaiproTamaatBpathla groaad oaltofa rary ab.iaaiUllr baltl brick toaamaal, twaad a half torUablib, with Urf aad oommodloB apattnaaui th ano harlai Ui formally katwa attha CorporatloaorTowa Ho ." SoBttiof laaballdlailaaapaotoB aad ooartat at lot Thaaapramliac ar UaatodlmmadUlaly at lb tarmlBBt of th Waahlartoa aa 1 0orf t wa Kallrotd. UthoaoBtralpariof tholalurauy. tad oSar km1U at ladaMtnaat for a prolUbl lasl Tarmit Oa foarlk of th parch niaty k. aad thoraldalafOBr4Bal la ulmoal. at all lwlT,l(bUcB aal lrniyfoar moathi, wila .. I -ttlm.. Tk. till. 111 K. mmmmA DtuHo I paymaalot tb parekaa mgay . Two BflBdraddoUaraaro U bo paid dowa at loof AUUmpaaidtoajTKaelBf alprhMraoit. HOaMOAPAUTDN TriMM. THOMAS 00WL1R0. Aactloaar, apt9 otl (Star) BT Y COOl'EU St LATIHKB, Anel'ra. 1 (Suaooiaora ttt 3. U. MaOuIro h. Uo .1 i Solhw(l raar of PaaacylraaU ATai aad airaata airvak Ur TliUtpl a dtcrooof lha BprmCftBTl of th DlUMOiOI UOiomoiB.oaariat- oaiauia inoi; di Uciob r A 0 IBO.aBdpaaaiaaaaBaowharli la it ralhfarttaaomaUlBBBt.aBd Arthrad inalla Oaihaart aad oibara aro doadaau. lb aadrlcaoJ tiaUo,wllloo"rior aal. oa Tufa DAY, lb ttOih dar of April laataai. at B 'lMk. k !... a. naktl. mm l..a .A Ik. Ei tha niinlui. at n.lilli Ida. ta tka kill kMi4a. all ih rfaalrakla liiiasr naraala uf load. kaowaaaddalaat4a tko plat of tko clirof WaabtactoB a Lot Bauborad alaa.d,) rroBtlaiMfiaTwalT )' lr waali tea. (10,1 froailaf Tt fMtoa aald Twalr alath alrt BIO 0 iaa OB punn u atlk. bibb, ii, i fraatlag M ft alaooa ftorih Liiraol la Bqaara aamoarvd aitB iioiiooaiaiaiaa toaaiaor ilinii.aa adakra faal- mari of las, aad attaaiad it to and wait of lit BMokaa'aCbarabaad aoalh Tha laruaaf aala. aa Braaarlbad bo aald ditraa. arat Oao third of lbparhamoaar tab (laid la a oa lb day of aala. aad Ihoroaldoola Ibrao qaai laaiaiimaaia ai aix. iwaiv. hiiimi inaBtha, ropooiIlTi With latartat. to ho acard j apprTa wiib nHrim iia 4 a idi if aal mail ioaompllcd wlia laoawak aftar ala, or lha ?ropariy uay b rold at th rUk aid ids. i a pintMir tnii aitum auiipvi 'oavayiaDlAiaid aiaiapt l'" . tha nor- c haiar. , ,! vimMtKir.i roaioo. cboriit tATihUk, pa ooAd Aatioar UT WM. I- WALL Jt CO., Al(ll.t 0wriBo,Wad VOA aoathoor PoaiiylraiU araaao aad Mlatk traai. blTAVCItY SALB OF YALTJAULB IMPROVID RSAL SaTATB AT THK CORNBR UP riP. Til MTU 8TKIIT WAaT ABU U JTRVlf RUllTlf. IN WAlHINOTOir, D. 0 . KNOWN AS B0UOLABS'URlBN 1I0UBI " laaalharaof alia aouUi wait orBrofaaUaqaar. IB1 taaa rnaiiii aorin wimia iiubi invaaia, ....t a.l inwtw lint raal 1 lha a dia aaal aaa kaa Irod aad two iwalfiha UUO S IS) foot, lo lb llaa of olBBBiborad foal. (Ill lua with ltaf aald lot lanborad foar (II da aoBlh forty lui fool, to tho loribaldaof Borlb 0 Iroal iaad Ibaaca with Iba lla Twelfth (100 1-11 foal to th boilaatai oaulalB 1 QuO ti gar tcl aodSaqoar lacba of croaad Alio, part or lot. plc 01 parcoi 01 f roata oosif i ad by thcaambar Af,(o,)la aplataf aaab llilaloaof lh orlalaal 10U la lb iqaar a am Eaid two boadrod aad Iwoaty lhro (till la th laid ally a tb imi abdlUoa It Maordod ta .k. MavaaaA a (lli aalil al.T- klila.llf fn b lla lharaof forty (03) faal from lh oatawttl loraarof aldaqaari tba raaalac with lha llaa W riflaaalh Ut wat da aortb tea (10) fi baa da aaal oa haadrad andlw lwutb(100 III fast lo tb ha of lol aambarad f JBrt t) lbao f lib iba lla of iol aambarad four (tl oao aoalh (! Ifaatlotba llaa of Itl BBmbarad Ira.ilt) bao wlia llaa of lot aambarad At (SI oa baa raa iwoiwaiiinatiuu 1 tiiraat 10 ina naiiaaiac. caulatif 1 OOlaqaaroaoi aadl qaarlahaof rooad. with all th bat Ml af. ImprofamcBla. ilhta aid apparUaaaea 14 tho aald lota baloai fhl property I moat allflbly allaaud at th nraar 01 r in-aaia 11 raai wt aad iyik u it recti, Ippoalt lh TroatBry bolIdlBf Bad lb Qartr uiiw . t A Wittr5M5ta, lUfl o3 vr Tiriacoi a aaort paaa mini a 1S7B, f la r-tt Bapram Cparl of th Dlatr let of Colamlla. la E HoQalty !?' '"I of Corooraa At jLJLklri Uiarr P.iiIim l al . M. 1173, Cqoiy dock I No tof aald oarl,lho aabacrlar. UtraaU. Will apoa for aal at pabll aactloa, to Iba hlfbMt bldnar.oh MURDaT tho aeoad dap lfMay.A D 1b70, at So .al k, p. h .lafraalof ha promlaaa, tbo followlar plo- - parla of iroaad.balB la tbllr of Wathlailoa. D 0, lallaloiayi Thai lot, placoor paroal of iroBad tltaat Irlaf aad blBf lath aqoaraBBmborod two laadrad aad IwaaiT-ihra. Uil.J la th li of vYaablactop.aaddMlCBatadaaHO flv(o)apoa tho .A.lfT nlat nf aald tiiaiii. haaiaalaa' far lha Term or -eiai uaa laira aa lh roaldi la n qaat laiiallmaau of aa third taci. for blah aot r lo ko flvaa pavabl raaacilTly aut.iia.n T n .' "aaraa 1111 rail Ircha moaay.bcpald MUlamcal lo b mada llhla ala day from day of aala, oiborwtoa 10 .1. will 0 Cad ft tho rl.k aal oo.tof daf,ril.d urahaaar F t haadrad dollar to Uitaladaa.. 1 the fall of lh hi: Wt M 'Auction S&lei. JJT utlEKN Hj-E, Anlloncera, , . . AUCTION SALB RjrtrtBof adaodof lraitrUt dal March r.lH7.aadroordd la Liber X, No 8, folio 000. of th Jaad raoorda of AUtaadria eoaaly, tail Stale ftf Vlrt'aU, 1 will aall at pabll aaciioa, at f; lh.il lib -III All that part of It wo eh lie aiof main aaa uooritiowa iati aaa aona Fob mile Raa,'raad Is boa ad ad oa Ibo aat bo tha Potomia rlvaf aad lha aorta br aa Setato or farm aallal Ablatio. oalaIatif aa aadrodaereo, batbart more 01 lea .... Tha termi of aalot Oao tboaiaad dllri, tcorM by aot, with lataroal laarraaf Ihereoa aad lb otof tbla.alo, lacladlaca aommlaaloa ittartaato f. a ah 01 inra iq taoirn r apua taa idoiii aa lha da f aala Ibareot Forth reuatadera cradlt of tli, Iwtlre. aai . aad lolaaof lead Of aUKIu. n.atk. alii Kaalaaa inn. lha aAJ aa pirt.iHii wim .,, iirimv 01 traar apoa lha proialiaa Coafoyaactac at th CHAS.MAON, Traat apll 1w nmii a, wiai. t...MH m Y UREKN WlLLItnn, AiiBtlanooraaad Itaal Katato llrAbar. No JlVoaihiaatoorarotSTaikaadDi itttr. 1: By Tlrln of a dod of lrt from St. Clair Davit aad wlfo lol bo aadarataaodi trnatoo. idatad BB tho Wlh A If at aaottahar. IMA. aai rooordod la Llbor EM.H.'Nd 11. folio is, eaq oa of tho Load Kteird for waahlagtoa of W lha 1 ooaaiy. 1 will aall. oa MUM PAT, lha Via day of Mar, laD, ta froal "f lb premla a, t ibo hoar of O o'clock, p ra all that part of lot of groaad la ma ally of Waahtagioa aambarad fro (9 1 la qnaro aambarad oao haadrad aad alily ibroo uar-aeardlag to th aobdlolelia Ibarcaf by Aaa l)asldaoa bokaa tho eaoio property oa Tared by Wn Norrlaaad wlfoto St. (Hair DtI by doodb'ar ag data 14th nf Aagail, 1J, aad ro oordad la Llbor NOT. No 1, folio fft), oiaaq , trofonaeo thatvio haiaf bad fora morofalld orlplluacf aald pari lot I 11.. ik....i V.il.l I.I ... 11 I. n 'iiii-iiki aai, VI mi . ia uiiia bob a, aahdlrUlo. of ald Sqaaro I'R, tho aam David ttllbolof lha earn propony cooTered to TlabvA Hrdeaad JohaO, Clark by deed 1 ore a bar 4. !, aidrooorded la Llbor N w iiniiiii iiiuna jojv , a riracw 10 Whln la hertby mad fur a falUr dacrlrlloa of tald property with tb Improymaala, wait 1 aro a aw ibrao olory Frara Uoa, froatlagoB K alrbai. bo twaaaLoaaoeii! avoaao aad hlfblcaath airait Wilt. icrmai Oa IhlrJ eb bataac la , 11 aad II moalha, tb pnrchaiorto giv aoloa for lh d farrad perineal, b arlag lalrl from day or aala AdaadgUea aad a deed ta trail lakaa a tb ompllad with la At dare after etle, th Iraatc raaarrlhrlihtl9rillbapmporly at tho riak od4lof lha dofaoltlBg parchaaar, by adrar tllet asahroaalo Ibraotlmaa la aomo awepapr prlaudlB tbatllyof Watuiifion JH!f II, JnAlfft tT.Traita. .... 0BKB5 k WlLLlAaJs. ' po-lad AaatloaaarA CALS OF A NAVT YWIl Niyy DariaTBtBT.) Bviiifor ConaTBFCTio aao RarAia, WitBiBotoa, D C . Aprili, 1M0. ) Tha Naf PoparimoBk wHI obVr 'or tal at pabll aaetlea. attha UBud Btatoa Navy Yard, Urooklya.oo tba (d day or April, 1170, at It o'clock, m , tho II to -oak frame, opporrlad terew atoamer SBMINOLX, Of STOtoit, old mtaaaremekt. Thaveicelaad her larettorr ca boiimtaod ataayilmooa appltcatloa to ibo (.ommaadaal of tho yard Oao half of tho wbolo amvaat of lb parcbtM money mail bodopoaltod atlhtlmof adjadlratioa.aad thobalaae wlthla SvolSldaya lhareafior. aad thooaol mail bo rcmocod from thoaayy yard wlihla two tl) wteka from tkoday ofal TfaoQofraalrore th right I withdraw thTe) from aalo foraay parchaaar who will feytha appraiead oalaowitk aa laraof Ui lojpar alam lharoto apd-otlw glLI OF COPFKR SCALI Narr DtPAaraaar,) BvaiAPorCoBaTADCTioa amp Kama, t Thara will be offered for aala al pallia aactloa, oaFktlDAT, Uya.lK70,Bl to clock n , at ibo Ualicd Htaia Mat? ard. Waihtagtoa, aboal MTeaty thoaeaad 74,(U) poaadtof Lopper leal. la lata to aall parehaaara Ilcaa bBamlad al ay time prerloaa lo tho day. of ;ala, apoa applUatlo 1 to lh Lommaadaat at tho WaehlagtoBRarf Tard Sampleaof aimllar ical bar ahowa tl pr ClaL Of Batalllacoppor Oao half of tli pnrchai moay rout ho depo Udal tba tlmaof tale, aad 11 daya will bo al lowod to remoTlh iol from lh yatd, other wlaa tho dcpoaltwlll beforMUdlo ihUorora , All paymoat to, bo mado la Oorra dob! faad. aad baforo tbo teal la rcmoiod from th Tard aplltawlw Special Kotice. KTSTTHH WMUD FAMILY KA ! VOKITR takoa lb lead of all other laW IHO MArillMRSI It a a Straight NoadUi la ao almpl thai a child aa aadaralaad lit ao light raaatag that oarealr aay ffoit la rcqafrad to keep It la molioa, aad la capabloof paiforralag tba graatoat oarlaly of work Th Waed wa awarded Flrat Prlie at th Parla BipoelUoa la 1867 1 Ulgbaat Madalaad IHpioma at Aaao'taaa laelilat. Mew Trk, 1M( al, Oold M-dal al Mary I a ad laaUtau. Baltlmor, 14, r all other macalaea. Peraoae la aaarah of tho Vail Machta for family Kirpoaoo eboald aot fail to oxamia th WKSO for parcbaalag aay olhera. 00 a oaiaiiaiimaaiaaif iupr moaiaay aOKhOCU At DKVAUaUAN. . m . iISathBlrt. aplMf ...Bet. PaaatylfaalajTeaa aad D it PTjr-HKLP FOIl THK atllKllABLIC Kw NwBdrlhatlhraof th dyapcptlo buadraggod. wora. hop) xpNiata that la puiral to . if woador that th Maarabl nar tyf I ladtfcatloa la fretfol. lrr UbU.iad aaolal. WhoTrtaa bar lh paata fthl trmatlag fomplalaUbMrfelly, aad wllh a a raffled Umpar.lt Ittla abort of aealat. Bal why ihoald hamaa for ikuui wiiiim in oa idm HTiriif (noo, W Ba BO abtolBt apacll fur lh dliaana ta alwara at baadf Xcarywhar wlthla lh limit of lvIllilloa la Ihlt hamlaphoro llnatoiior'a Stomach BlUora It ob laiaaoia, Biaiarr i ibo iniiui dy Kpalala whtahltba baoa dmlalird la cala . v., .. k. .I,b aL.l.b--. ...L.a L thaaeaea tl ONkmi aad alapor tho foollagof omptlaoaaaad hoi low aeabofure aatl a a, aad of op rroaaloa aflorward. tbo lalto lagof thepala lb UaacBroaalrm.tloa,tb morbid I ad lepaaiuoa toctartUa, tho weaiiaaaaof Ufo, aadladiffo oaoo loallltapleaearae which aroamoag tho aymplom priBdieaalaltahroalrru ar rapidly ama lloraUdby ibatoBt oporatloa of thl paUtahl rafetahlo roetorallvo whloh eometoreaoTaUaad qalckeaalllhadormtal tore of tho iratem aid iv.ni,, anw iiuib aa iriii aa ia laaapa rablflfromaderaiimBlof thdlgatlf aad ntlfafaactloaa laordlaarr aaoo a few weak aloompll th tare, bat whaa Ibadlaea It aomplkoaiod, aa It ofua It. with torpidity of th liver Mteroaoaaupitloa, Imparity of Ibo blood, aada tlaifUh elrcalatloa, aloagar lima may bo roqalrad. raceovoro, however, aad thoroeoll It oortala . Aaaacooradag lmproT.mcal will bo per oopllblofrom day to day, aad tho coaTaleioeal, kaowtti dfeallag thiheorhlOBtheblhroid lohoahh, wlllawallth happy laaa with on m. rra.iT pauaaco. api-oo Tlm.l.atl th. U.rlt. .r.ll Thine1 9-rOH TIIIBTT TEABIII-C PEBEY DAVIS' PAIN KILLKB, Ba boa taatai la Try variety of ell mat, aad by almoal vry aailoa kaowa to America at Itu . aiuoa, hiiuii oocapaaioB i laoaumanio h almoal ooaauat oompaaloa " uiMiviirypiiiii iraiar ad. A .. Aa ravil oa oar 1 or Rivera w'tboat It Killer, a maar wortbloaa aoetrama aro altampti to bo oold oa tho groat repsiaUoa f Ihl Talaab DtroHoaa acaAmpaar ach boltl. Prleolt.ot., 5O0t atrnd (1 par Haiti. Sold byaTlMadlclabaalr laarTaolmDtW P-OT-ALLKK'R LD"U llALIAUt-TlIH -Ct treat remodyfor lh nrool Coaaarop tloaaadblaoaaaaof lh Laoga. Tb retail of It JljgSH;-'" bL":t. Sa;iif.y pg-lWUKTIIMUTI UU 1VIVK. K,.TI roR Billiardi. NATIONAL BILLIARD T3LAJLHL,, EetThlrUonthA FonrUcnth itrectn, lla.r A.llou.lTh.klr., DUlttrJ O.aa laalhart'l tl aboil ,allca .4!!?.- ! t't .rkola, Ca! "J'.'tJ'fi.LV.t!' risr-- w ". aaiafiMier laMi ..ai' g40WZ0B aaoa Lab iiiaaapooay aaaiaro remodr for ftorat aaalde, Bla, bralaoa. wooadaaad varloot other lajarioo. ao wall aa fur draaatarr, dlarrhma aad bowel oom plaiata geaorally, and 1 admirably catted ft very rao of ma oa ibo fac of th globa Ha .ara a aall fas aa J aa lha -.l.tk.l d - pruui hi itiiiHt fii. ibo auroor diaary beaUagproperilet of thl remedy ar oxp rleaaed by a Ihoa who hay od l(. TfeIr Mtlmoay will bafoaadfa pamphlet, which ca b bad or tbo aioata whero tho modltlao le far talo Coagh aad Cold, however dlatrecelag, ar broka op la aatacrodlbly abort tlm. by cauilac aapoclSalaSaaaoaoBtholBBga aolbat ta ualUr aad phlegm ar oatlly ozpeetoratod Allea'a Lbb( Balaam, ouatalaa bo oplam la aay form. It It perfectly harml for ibo moat delt caUahlld.. Ill every wher la gooddamaad. ad f'.VS f aflefacifna Phyalelaac who hav &i1-,i r nIS lh,lr ahottld try Ibl wail. ta!I ..7.' kV 7 Pt bi wokaow very tJulS l7ttV !? "I1 .' ---lM ht-a daoalv' ' romodyaad yea will aot, he Th proprlelor of thl valaablo Baliam t.v. pUacare la calllag lo ll Ibo aiieVlloa "rajiVSii .Paaora,aalrlB ikt iher rrVear a-Vni. f Jt. ad MMmmeaa tt to lhlr amiVio4LirS aadrri.ad. It wlll.la.i tk tin .fS -VT. ,0ll htm tha aa afcralaJ tala l7lll.. v "rtt. It Vill Ourm IoAm nfluAapa ttl ' f"" JUUHU MI.T o II. ! 111 .ru..y.rrUi.iu iuir .IiJ5i ikoi,(S ..I trM,U t..UI v.lopa. Aadraia. llOWAkD ".' Itr-toi IRTSRRAL KATRKnH 71ICIIPT8 teitCl- day wers $.103 534 83. Oapt, ITall, the Arctic sxptorcr, lectarcs to-rjtjht st Llocola Hall. So lABgalae Is bs of rctchlDg the North Tols that be contlocee all who linen to him of the fcailbllltj of ifae trnd-rtAVlng'. Oot. Austi, of Mian , and Got. Fair child, of li , were before the Honie Com mutes on Commerce yeiterdart and urged the pRA'age of the bill for water communi cation between the MUiUitppl rlrer and Lake Michigan, by the WUconila and Fox rlrert. Owiho to the dlimlnal of tho appeal by theSaprems Court reiterda- of the legal tender caieij there U no caie before the court layolttoj the com tit a Hon alii 7 of (he legal tender law. and It will lake more than ft year to bring up a new teat cm Driyrt Capt. Jas. D. VrrpAT, U. B. A , and Flrtt Lieutenant tl. C. Peterson, U.S. A . both convicted by conrt martlals of se rious charges, hare been dUmtued the ser vice. Capt. Waller B. Teaae has been or dered borne to await orders. Tni CovMiiSioiBR or Irtsrral IUtr hub decides that tobacco and cigar manu facturers bonds need not be renewed on the 1st of May each year, provided the amount of the old bonds are deemed to be ample and the sureties good and in (Helen t Col. Casbt. of the War Department! was before tfae Committee on Appropriations yesterday In reference to the amounts re quired for fortlflcatloas. During his exami nation bo expressed the opinion that the preient style of forts are superior to any Iron-clad system. Noiii-atiosi The President sent the following nominations to the Benate yester day! Adam Badeao.of New York, to be Con sul General at London i Edward Phelps, to be United States manbal for Arlionaj John G. Taylor, to be collector of customs at An napolis. Md Frederick Uorley. to be regis ter of the land office at Detroit, Mich. Mr. NbilWarrrr will appear to-night In the character of the gardener's son, uiauae iieilnoue. It will afford an oppor tunity for that promlalng tragedian to demonstrate bis capability of rendering any character la the drama requlrtsg superior uieni in depicting emotional reeling) and, we doubt not he will, as far as sstlifactlon to an Intelligent auditory Is concerned, achieve a succeis. Tub Prrsidirt has accepted the resigna tion of CspUln Allan llulherford, United Btatea army, unasalgned. to take effect May 1. Mr. Rather ford yeaterday took the re quired oath of office and entered upon the dlicharge of the duties of Third Auditor, relle-lng A. M. Qangewer, civ. , the efllclenf chief clerk of that bureau, wbo has been act- log Auditor slnco the resignation of It. W. Clark, In December last. Mr. Rutherford vlalted the Tarlous offices of this bnfeau and wss Introduced to the clerks. Tnn Liquid Tuwl Prociss. Aaiong the visitors to the Whipple and DIckewon fuel process yesterdsy, were John A. Oaoo. esq , preildent of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, and Capt. Thomas Shelock, of Cincinnati i w. H. Barr, mi,, boiler maau faclurcr, Philadelphia i Hon. W. ll.TIooper, delegate from Utah i lion. J. B. Wallace. of South Carollnat Robert Crane, esq. of Columbia, Peon., and Dr. D. W. Bllas, of this city. Burprlse, satisfaction, and delight was the unanimous expression. Wall's Oprra House. To night Is the last but one of the representation of 'HJncle Tom's Cabin", and all who desire to aee the aitonUklng "little Eva," the Jovial "Top- sey" and ths Incidents and scenes of planta tion life In the Bonth, should not tnl the opportunity offered. The piece Is placed on ths stage In excellent style. A matinee, will be given of "Uncle Tom" on Baturday at 3 o'clock for the ladles and children. It Is probable that In compliance with the reqsest of many citizens "Jack Shsppard" frill be be performed on Saturday nlcbt. Tni Bfariiu Mikiitsr or Biats, under date of 23d of February Last, In reply to a note addreased him by our Minute-, Gen! Sickles, relative to alleged Injurious tllscrtm nations again, t American Teasels In the Canary and Philippine Islands, states that as well la the peninsular and Its adjaccut lalands as In the provinces of Ultra nar the Teasels of the United Bute are treated like those of the nation ta everythlog referring to port and navigation duties. Our TCiseis which arrive at the Oauartes from the United States pay like those of other n-atlous simply the discharge duty of ten res-a the ton of one thousand bUogrammef, tMtab labed. by the decrees of lbs 22a of Novem ber, 1608, and of the 1 1 of June follow I of:. Naval Ordrhs. The following ntval orders were Issned yeaterdayi Ordemd Conner John Gashlns, Acting Carpenter John L.DATU and Ball maker D. B. iny- deuburg to the practice-ship Bav.innabj Act ing gunner Charles Moran, Ac-leg Carpen ter George W. Qonover and) Ballmaker Nicholas Lynch to the praultoe. ship Mace donia, Second Assistant Engineers Wm A. II. Allen and George W. HaJl to the Fll. grim. Detached Paymaster Ttobert W. Al len, from the Burtaa of Pensions and Cloth ing, find ordered to the practice ship Savan nah, on the 80th InsUnti Master Wm. B. Newman, from the receiving ship at New Tork, and ordered to command the nignm. The order of First Assistant Engineer Wil son K, Purse to the Bangus has been re voked Laitt Franklin ard Captain II all. A I varlovts times, while Captain II. was engaged In htf prolonged scarcht s In the far North rorojurvivors or SJr John sransnn's expcai Uoau Lady Franklin, through the noble hearted Henry QrlnneU, of New Tork, offored tocontribsto toward Captain Hall's expenses, bnt neither one or the other wonld eveuconient to receive asyuung from ner. Bint e Captain Hall's return iait fall, from hi lut voyage to the Arctic regions, which con ired a ixrlod of two years, AJ-jy ran it- lla loos offered to pay Mm for hUiCmeand all his expenses, If ho would visit Aer lo Loxidon, but his determination to use ail his tlnne la making the neccaaary preparations for a voyage of discovery, evea up to the norm I'oie, nas rreTented him from acceed- loft to Ladr Franklln'a reoueat. Bhortlv aft er Captain Hall had announced to her bis inaDUUr to spare tha time tomaka tha da- slrjd visit, Lady Franklin set out on a tour to Ban Franclaco, by the way of South America. She Is now In Ban Francisco, but ncMt moi th (In May) she Is ta meet Captain it. jo flow York. Iupoictant to Irtsrral Rmvrxvr Tax- HTSR8.--.We understand that tho asseiaor of Intern al rercnuo for this District has In trucleO, his aaalalauts to close their books as soon as possible. We would advise all rtr--TyLwhQ hi Tfl not comrlled -with tha law to make their returns of Income at once, as the alienor has directed the assistant aa lessors to make an asieaament against all wbo do not comply with tho law, and front such asieisment there Is no appeal. A popular error prevails that unlsss the amount of Income received exceeds 11,000, It Is not necessary to make a return, while the law provides thst every ctttsen muit make a return. The Idea so popular amoog tho employees of the Government, from whoae salaries the Ux Is withheld, thst It Is not neccaaary for them to make a return, Is a fallacy. They as cltlxens must mske a sworn return to the asalataot aaiciior In whose district they reside. Make your re turns, and save yourself the penalties and annoyance a Immigration. Official retains received at the Bureau of Stallittcs exhibit the num ber, age, sex, nationalities and occupations of passengers arrived at Ban Francisco dur ing the qosrter ending March 31, 1870. The following Is a brief synopsis i Ax Male Fenalcs Afroft. UDiicr to yoara io If 122 II ad I under 40 1 211 1,489 -77 1MI 49ni and over its 29 Total Immigrant!, LflTI 111 raeatojrera not immigranig, 4 Total arrivals, 3,392 Of the Immigrants 1,450 males and 2T0 females were from China. The occupations of tho male Immigrants were as follows t Laborers, 1,-IOOj mechan ics, 20( miners, 20 students, 0) clerks, 8j merchants, 0 not specttled 14V ATTivrrtD Aisabiisatiox or am Iktbr nal RtTKsia Collector. Collector B. B. Emery, third district of Mississippi, writes to the Commissioner from Corinth, lnformloghtm of an attempt made by one Robert P. Johnson, supposed to be connected with the Ku-KIux clan, to assaaaloate him as he was leaving his office on the afternoon of the 14th last Collector Emery states that Johnson, wbo considered himself air grieved at having received an Intimation that bts presence as a neighbor was not agreeable on account of bis Intemperate habits and the company he kept, openly ex pressed his determination of killing him, and with that purpose In view waited for him In the ball outatde of his office with a double-barreled shot gun and a revolver, and was In the act of taking aim when be sprung upon tbo scoundrel and thus saved bla life. Johnson was Immediately arrested and bound over to appear for trial at the next term of the Circuit Court. ConriRMATiOHS. The Senate In executive session yealerday confirmed the following nominations t Cltorra P riaher, to b district attorney of tha Ulatrlct of Columbia Ubarlca White, aeerstary to tha rraaldant to alga laotl warrants Joseph llobsoo.eolltetorof iDtarnalrcraou Third Iowa dlttrfct lltnryW Deo rl eon, of tb District of Co lumbla, loba marshal of thteoesalar court of lh UnlUJ States at kaoag awa Uollsstors of Customs John W Dlion, Yorktowa, V DavlJ (J Oarr, Itrsbarr, Va Amos I Johnson. Tappahannoak, Va. Consuls LttmondO Oattr. to U asp llaslni SWpfaaa M all, of NawVork, to It h on lib, llavarlai Hamual A. Whlwrlfht,of Nw York, to Hosailoi Speneor rnam,of Nw York, lo Klo KIdjj j AlbartOroon of Norway, to llcrgroi Lyll T Adams, of Nw ork, to Maltat Oarhard Qad. of Norway, toOhrU tlaaat flh.Ua It RoTCO Of th DlttrlCl Of Oolnmbta. to lra(uc wm a. owao, w. York, to AuCyt A Jourdan. of th Ills trlctof tlolumbl. to8Tllli Samuel T Day, Of I lorlda, to Pletou roatmaatsra Martla MulrlUs.DaUvan.Wla Wm Jooa, Dallas, Ttxaai dward tl Slph nt, lilnghamptOD, N Y t Albeit J Lowry, Plasarftll. Ual t Mlehaal J. Orlffltb. Frd erlikiburf . V I Joseph Jorgonsoo, I armyllla, Va 1 John II Iritnin, Lexington, Vai O II Tbonaoo, LRoy, N Y 1 lading (ttclf with out a quorum, tha Senate adjourned without aetlor upon soma other aomloalioaa whlth warapsntllDf. Ths nomination of John L. Reguer, to be collector at St. Johns, Florid s, was rejected. Th UeorKUllll. Paased The following is the Georgia bill as It passed the Benate i An Act relating to the State of Georgia. Whra great Irregularities hav bn r radioed In thsorgaoliatloo of the Leglsla n r la the Stat of Ooorgla, both In ita first organlsatlou and la tha eapulatoa of certain members, aa well as In lla reorganisation tine lb aet of Dembr last Tktrtfort. bi U tnattii, i e , That tha existing Soreroment In th State of Georgia Is herobr elard to b prorlslonal, and tb same shall continue, aubjeet to tha provisions of tba acta of Coo grots of Marsh 4, 187, and March S3, 1BCT, and of July 19. IB87, until tha admission of aald State, by lw, to rcproaeatatlon In Uongrcta, and for this purpoc th State of Georgia shall conatltul the Third military district 6 t. Jai b$ it further en,dtd,Thmtn a. eordanae with tha prorltlont of and under the power aad limitations provided In aald aata, aa elcdtlon shall be bU la aald State, corn maolnx oothalkth of Novcmbar, 1BT0, and oatlaulnr, aa th Prealdant mar designate, for all tb acmberc of the Ocncral Attcmbly or said State provided for lo th constitution of said Slate, adopted by It coovantloa on lha Uth day of March, lifts, at which elcolloa all parson who by aald constitution ar elec tors ahalt be entitled to rotoi and aald Gen oral Assembly so latd shall assemble at the capital of aald State on Tuasday, tb Uth dayorDcmbr,lBTO, and organlt prepara tory to representation lo Congress, and th powers aad functions of th members of th eatatlng Ueneral Ateembty shall cas and de termine on the aald ISih day of December UTS 80 S And I it further tcte4 That when ever It Shalt appear to th President, from aa application bytb Legislature of any Stat, or by the Oavernor of such State when the Legislature cannot be convened, that domes tie vlolenoe prevail In any city, county or ma ale) pal organisation In aueh Stat, that snoot b suppressed by th local authorities, It shall be the dutyol the Prealdant to sup press aush domestic violence, and for that purpose ha Is hereby autborliad to employ the military fore oTtb United Statcc.and any portion of th ntlllla of aay Stat fa may .ho necessary, and so oxsrcls all such powers aad Indict such puolshment aa may by the laws or rules and articles of war be ex ercised or Inflicted Insasa of Insurrection or Invasion Sec. 4 Jadoc trfrm.'-',That aomueh of the aat entitled "An act making appropria tions for the support of th army for the year ending Juoe so, 18QS, and for other purposes," approved March 1, 1167, as prohibits th or raoliatlon, armtar.or calling Into service, of he militia forces In th Stat or Ooorgla, be, and th cam la hereby repealed reraokta.1. J J Baggs, llarrlaburg, Pa. John Phelao, Ala.iN.M Falk.N Y i NathaalclOreco, U S N II Efctsln, Saa Franclaco, and Chsa J Wlckeraham, Philadelphia, wore among tha arrlralc at th MetropMltal hotel ea terday Rev Alexander H Vinton, D D, rector of Emmanuel church, Iloaton, Mass , has ions to California oa bualocsa connected with the Episcopal Church Mrs Henrietta Whitney, widow of Mr Ly Whitney, and daughter of th late Judge Tier poat Edwarda, died la NewHevea oa Satur day, at tha advaoeed ag of 1 1 11 lent J t, th artlat, la U California Who paya th oouoeel for th defence la tit McFarland aaaal la a New York question Osn MeOUllaa has a military article la the May OmUiy Mrs Mctarlaod-Itlehardsoo advartlsea fur salathsNsw Jersey eatats A If It left her Bismarck stilt continues very III Mr Uurllngams died tebruary U, and will b burled at Mt Auburn April 23 A nsw lot has been purehaaed by Mra llurllagam for th ratting place or her huabaad Mr W A Petti has been tcappolnted post master at Warrenton, Va James W Nalla la a candidal for th Mt y orally of Alexandria, Va Soma of ths New York papsra have dubbJ Mrs Uelhoua"(Lu") th "IlohcmUo Girl " lion. Allen Itutfaerfjrd, of North Carolina, Third Auditor of tha Treasury, arrived Id to wo yesterday, and as turned ths duties of his offlae, Jam as Slaits, a barber, wss shot and killed last nlirht lo a billiard saloon In Hum boldt, Mlas , by a baggage master on tha MleeisitpplCeotrat railroad. Ford also shot twice at a policeman who was endeavoring 10 arrcsi mm. jt men oea to Itifl wootis Every effort is being made by the cltlsens to arret. Urn, .ANOTHER MOLtl COlf ftriRAOT. rrv4 niepafeti ofTronbte With npafn Hani Hence Teitsrdsy morning coaslderable excite ment was created at tbo Capitol by tbo gen eral circulation of a report that orders bad been leaned tothe commandants of the navy yards throughout the country to prepare Im mediately for war wllh Spain, as a collision with thst nation was Inevitable. The mem bers of the Committee on Foreign Relations were besieged by correspondents and the rumor pronounced false, there being no foundation whatever for the report. Gen eral Horace Porter, the President's private secretary, who was at the Capitol at the time, was also Interviewed la reference to what was going on at the Executive Man sion, It hsvlog bem stated that a special session of the cabinet was beloc held to con- atacr inn tenor oi important aiapaicnes re ceived from MIntater sickles. General Por ter assured the Inquisitive gentlemen there was no truth la this statement, and shared with others In official position the surprise that such a rumor wss so generally circu lated. It wss at once stsmped as a canard lo affect the gold market, and with but one exception the correspondents did not take "stock" la the rumor. Returnloe lo the Executive Mansion. Gen eral Porter was met on the portico by a number of reporters, and found thst tbey, too, were la search of reliable Information coucernlog the Impending war wllh Bpato. Secretary Boutwell bad already confirmed the statement of General Porter, when tho news reached the President's cars, and from the highest In authority the Indelallgable reporters were assured mat mere was not the slightest foundation for sach a rumor t that dispatches of no kind bad been recently received from Minister Sickles, and hoped If a contrary statement had been sent awsy that it would be promptly denied Aunenavv ueranment. ino aiieccti aourco of the war order, things were not so quiet, Aamirai roner naviog received me follow ing dispatches! Tit Admiral It D Portir Th following tolrgram, directed to Jacob D (Hidden, o.re of command nt of ncvy yard, and signed Porter, was received from wash loatnot "Trouble wllh Spain Inevitable I very available vessel be rut ja eommlsslnn Im mediately, liny everythlog for construction I oa mod lately, before gold iliec Will go up with rush soon as facta made public May got oat to day Act fast. See Arn-non, president Howard National llank " No such person as (Hidden here Opened and read, aa suggested by telegraph operator Picas aoawrr On a Htbaomav, Coma. an Hot From Brooklyn at ths earns time ths follow, lor were received. llav Juat received two to tea-rams addreased, roonoetfvelr. to llulburd and Henderson, of command ant, signed by yon What docc It moan i n " mdiihi-, Commandant Admiral Porter pronounced the dispatch a lorgery, ana promptly leiecrapnoa ine com- MiBUuaiiM aw tuatiunti uuun.U(Uii, mui- rlesof a similar nature were received from rorta month, Phlladelpbla, and Norfolk. The purpose of those orljrlnaltnc the ru mor. was clear! v to out up the price of sold. and the consplracymusl have originated at the Capitol, as those received at the Navy ucpanmen. aia not come to nana nniu narlv 'J M o'clock filers will we under stand, be promptly taken to ferret out the gnuty panics. The ITew Apportionment The New Tork Trlbum has tho foflowlog In relation to the new apportionment bill and the probable representation of the States the next ten years i We assume that the Senate will not ae- rurally or. at It aat. not aneceaafnllr at tempt to overrule the decision of the Ilouao Wat fM AtlO . . tb number Of ReDrcsenUUiM in uonerese shall h t.A nuuurea anu eercniy ore, wun suco addi tions only as tho admission of new Stales mav from time to time involve. These win hardly exceed five In all, or one each from UUU, juoniani- .aauo, Wyoming ana LA kola, as thev shall several Iv bo admitted. (Weasaumetbat New Mexico will be ad mitted at this aeaaion, so that ber member win ue ono OI D 'diO.) ia inerouowinffUDie wenreaent. l. Tha toiai population oi men oiaie, as returned by the cenaus of 1800 2. The estimated pop ulation of such Stats according to ths census about to be taken i 3. Tbo number or Its present Representatives In Congress) 4 The number to which It will probably be entitled under the new cenaas. We think this will vary but ono each from the actual number In any case, and not at alt la moatlnatancest population Prob do. Reps States IBM 1170 '7E Main N Hampshire.,. Vermont Massachusetts . Cooneotleut . ., Rhode Island . New York New Jersey Pannsylvaola .. , eiS 179 700 000 3M.073 US OOO sis 091 sis oao ,1,331040 1.4M000 10 10 . OOU14I SW0OQ . 1T4 820 SOODoa 1 8,880 727 4,700,000 Jl &3 . 671031 330,000 S 0 , 2,000 S70 SSoOOCO 24 IS west Virginia.., Virginia North Carolina. , s-c.aig smooo S . 1,271.009 l&OOOO S . 993,007 1050 000 7 . 703 S13 715 000 4 . 1 057.839 1.100 000 T South Carolina Georgia , Ohio Indiana , llllaol , Michigan Wisconsin ,,, Minnesota Iowa..... Missouri Kaaaaa ..... ..., Nebraska Ilelaware Marvlaod Kentucky 1,339191 2 000 000 IS 19 L&50S41 1000 000 It 11 , 1 VII VU 2 SOO COO II IS TCV.II. I.1UUUUU , T7I.IT3 1,100 000 , 171 Ml SOO 000 CT4WI 1100 000 . l.iusir 1 000,000 , 107,110 400 000 28 S41 200 000 112 210 130 000 087 031 SOO OOO II 1 158 713 1 800 000 10 Tennessee 1,109 8.1 1200 000 Alabama Mississippi Arkaosas Ijoultlana rlorlda Texas iw -vo i,uw wi I9I.SIM ISA 437 709 29(1 110 43. 002,432 SSO.01S 900 000 SOO 000 BOO OOO 100 000 SOS 000 SOO 000 100 000 California Nevada Oregon New Mcxieo .. 52 104 120 000 B3 009 150,000 Total . '31,413 790 84,310,000 211 278 Thl ttl I tela J. lha nonolatlAa nf lha Ttla Irltl o' Colombia and all the Ihea Territories, amoae.lBgioTJU.817 Nora. Tfa population of th Federal Die. trlcl and the Territories probably exceeds too 000, raising the aggregat population of tho United Statec and Territories to about 89 000, 000 The majority of estimates carry It above u wu uuu, wmcu wo mint too actual ouumerB' lion win lau to suiiain, Teleajraptile sluiattuarr. Aiarqr mcollnr was held In Liverpool on Wednesday evening last to protest against toe proposed inspection oi convents, Tus bullion oa band at the Bank of France ibis wee it is 4,700,000 francs greater tnau las. i&uraaay, A btsam mill at Mllford, Pa . exploded a lew oa?a aiuce, aemotianiog tne mill and seriously woonaing taree men. Yestsrdav the Massachusetts Ilonsa re jected Ibe ten hour labor bill by a vote of 17J lOaU. Ten new Austrian Mlolatry formed by Count Potockl Is regarded as merely transf. lionai. A pispatcu from Liverpool says that the1 milling steamer, The City of llrusaels, of tne inman line, iiajscu vrooK iittvcn at o o ciock tit's morning, nnaer sail. Tua family of Prince Henri de Bourbon has refused to accept the Indemnity of 18,000 which was Imposed upon the Duko de Mootpersltr by the Council of War. An Industrial demonstration was made at Cadis, Spain, on Wednesday, but was quietly repressed by the local authorities One rioter was killed, and several badly wounded. Tne committee la favor of the plebiscite In Paris havo already collected 3,000,000 or francs towards defraying the expenses. It Is reported that the makers of wall paper joined tho strikers yesterday. Forty or fifty convicts at Moundavllle, West Virginia, penitentiary entered Into a conspiracy to escape, and on Tuesday evo nlsglait overpowered two of the guards, taking the key of the cells, and after strip ping Ibe guards attired one of their num ber lu their clothes, who was put on guard to disarm suspicion. In thla manner the relief was deceived and captured. At 0 JO p in the guard who should have reported at ibe gate failed to appear Suspicion was arouced and tbe guard and citizens, all armeu, marcnea to tuo nan, ua ma insur gents refusing to surrender they were fired upon and a convict, named Cbas. Moore, 1 . . . . . . .. ' was seriously wouaaBa, mo remainder meii IB-rendered. THE HICKKTE ATATE. DrllllanS AaeemblAR mt tier Oa- I ant None nod lleauflfdl Pan tb (ere Tho Levee unit llrcepf Ion IabI Xlglt, Maaonl Temple laal eight, was the scene of unusual gaysly, the occasion belag agreed reception aad levee tendered to lh Ohio Le gislative excursionists by the Ohio Stat As sociation of thla city The larg ball-room was beautiful r aod taatsfully decorated with fHgt of all nations, and prsscnted a tloh feast to th most faatld loua aaderltteal eye About eight o'clock th vast throng began to assemble, and In less than an hour standing room could scarcely be found Talent, youth, beauty and loveliness was no where lacking About nine o'clock Prealdent Grant mad bl appearance, aad th Marin band pro cecded to discourse sweet music A grand promenade ensuedi arier which J II Will, etq , the president of the Ohio aaeoolatton, in troduced Hon A ( Thurman. United Statec Senator, who bad been chosen to deliver the openlag address Judge Thurman proceeded to welcome In the choicest laneosg th Ohio excursionists to Washington lie was pleased to learn thatthey were enjoying themselves Her was common ground upon which all could meet lo the bonda el friendship, regard leaa of party Itnea and prejudices They were all from lb noble Stat of Ohio, and clllirna of th proudasl and freest republic la th wot Id H referred In eloquent terms to tb record of Ohio her great mea and handsome women, and closed by cherishing th hope that lh Legislature and their fair companions would ao enjoy themselves that thla vltt might bo remembered aa a blooming flower In lh great deecrtofllf Hon J I) cox, neeretary or the Interior, waa next Introduced and heartily welcomed th guesta 11 alluded briefly to tb Chief Lxecutlv of the nation, whose boyhood days had been spent in old Clermont, and a hie eye caught tbeexpressloaon the countenance of our gallant leader he could see that the fa ml liar laoea nero to nigni carriru mm dick in memory to tha Mate which Is no proud to claim him aa her own. lion air juaniognam, npeaaeroi th Ohio iioncooi livprc.entaiivoa, in dupi aniaDie addreae, replied on behalf of the Uhlo Legls lature Ltoguag were Inadequate to express th feelings of emotion which spring from grateful hearts for such generous hospitality aa they had received from th mouent tbey entered th city Hon Samuel v Hunt, rrea dent nrottm at th Ohio senate, quit young but as sharp aa chain lightning, mad a few rem-rkt and al- iutru to unin va ia iiinriki anu in in natlnnat halls flf leelalatloo Ha waa ntnud of her record everywhere Mr Hunt closed wun some eioaneoi buusiodb io ino viait ia Mt eroon the raating plac of th t athcr of hta country A aarloa at resolution war then naiaotl bo th excursionists, thaaklog tha Italttmor ami unto raitroaa, iioory u vooai, nq. asa ivkintnn fnik B-enorallv forlhelrklndn- allowing this, a general Interview took plac DOtweon n rrniwui uuu Diner. Among too many proaon wrr a roaiueai ureal, reo retarlea ilelknap, Cox, and Uoutwellj loe President Colfax t General Horace Porter and iaiv, ueneraia I'eoi ana jibdocs, ascompo nliHlby Isdlcsi Hon Wm Lawrencei Col 1 C Cox i General Sehenek and ladlest Hon Thomas Lwlng) Hon A M Ganccwer and ladlesi Hon W 11 Upsont Major Lwlnr aad daughters, of Columbus) Geo Howell and Col Allison, of Iow Senator Sherman) Miss Hell Smith, th artist) Hon A G Thurmani U vanuerDiit. cntci oi appointment iiu roau. Treasurv Henartmenti Colonel Joan CorsontG W Shoo key, esq Gen Lalcvrc) irs niaria a oihiod, ino auinort miss Noalr. tha Dootesst General Sherman. 11a1ai.1 W F Dewey, Major W P Tit 11, Georg H Plant, Ir.llon PeUr Olden, Judge lllgttna, oi Michigan! Hon 11 rvarctt, Hon J A lien, non ii uowhd, nan j u iu curiae, Hon 8 1 Hunt, Hon Philip Pelley, Hon O W Tarker, HooW F, Shepherd, Iloo J C Ullerr. Hon .F. Jor. and lion O II Stlek ney, the Misses Steel, Mtcb, Wetmor and Tallmadge, and many others for whoae names waaanitnt find snaee About 10 o'clostt the following programme of uanemgwas Begun and oarrieu tnrougn wun anlendid sueeett! Grand March aad Sicilian id.. I. ft... Ar Ilia nl.ln UT.II. .... IJirC.r, i.a.a ii, w y ...., , v.ta, a,.u,if,, schottttehe. Cauliflower, Polka, Quadrllla Jiasxer. iteuowa, &Doirra, waits, uuauruie, IIIDTITDBf. vuaumiv, i aut, auu ajBOBIvra Tb following ar tha committees, to whom iBTSmtatAtf.v,,vi!l;;i'1tt,,f.ifl'."n';. aaa that ha attended all the ceremonleif Reception Committee Ohio Congressional Del eg alio oi J U Will esq, preside at Ohio State Association) o ii oDiosoa,esq tic Srestaent om a u M McGrewi eta. Gen Wager Swayoe, Col D O Cox, John Iielano, esq , Judg Robert Leech, lion R C. Persons, W. P Tlsdel.esq.J J Coombs esq, htllec W Burr.ee , R W Kerr, esq , J f. reach, esq , A. M Gaogewcr, esq , Capt W II Drown MasterofOremonles,Oapt A M Boomers 8 loor Committee Cant W H MonleaLCol K.U. rord, Capt. T F. MeConnell, Merrltt iirowa, esq , iron urn . t ovro, oamusi ai Mrvan.oaci .O W Mlfior ll ma bo safely said that nothlnr. ai-ant the Prtneo'a ball, has taken place la Washing ton for year which exceeded th affair of which unto may won s proua. Dry cjoesli, Th business la dry goods for th week past has been more encouraging than that of th weak before No essential changes hav been established In th quotations of domestic fab rlaai but In a few of th lower erodes of notion there has been a small reduction In domestic and foreign woolen tb commission houaea report an Improved feeling la heavy goodc, aa wall in aiin urinar iiaua vi vuawuga Unbleached shirting and sheetings hav been In better demand, with considerable Increase Appieioa AHtano- a itnii. nvanu Mlila AA II cents. Herrlabura- A llcanta. Mid. dlesex G 4-1 11 cents, Waehuaatte forty eight Inches 2J cents, Indian Head thirty laches 13 cents Tbsr Is ao Improved buttons In bleachad goods, without much activity) New York Mill ar a till sold at 24 coots, Warn suit as 11J.( cants for 1-4, Tuscaroras IS cents for 4 4 Printing clothe ar more firmly hall The last sales at t all River were at 7&to7J, seats for 64 standards la th gray Print have been quit active during tbe week, bprogue'e dw light fancies ar sold al 104 cents, less 4 percent 81 days) medium do . 11 cental Pad do Comaaov'a Hint fanela. .i ontst Allan's light fancy, 11 ecntsf Ar nuiua uu., w nvma Ginghams ar aold freely of th most de sirable styles al Arm pilce Lancaster. 17 coot Glasgow, 18 scats. Caledonian Mills, lleenta Printed lawns and percales ar not so much la demand as other dceeilptloos of goods of a similar character Pastils Compaoy'a 1400 r rioted lawns and chlnls colors ar quoted at f eatsdo organdies, 20 cents) Pacific Com paoy'o printed percales, 23U cents for fancy patterns, do padded grounds, SA eentst Mao ahester l tinted piques, IIU cents Muslin do lalnoe ar dull, except for a few cholo stylee Pad Bo and Hamilton Com- Jaoy'e d Jalnes ar held at 17 cent) Lowell' o,lS oonlsiHpraguo's.UU cents) Alaachos ter brilliants, IS cents. Rolled Jaeoneta ar without aay marked Im provemeot Th stock lo first hands la larg and prices ara barely steady Cambtles at soiling In small quantities at steady prtoes. except for th low gradcs.whtsb ar lu small demand Amoskeaga ate held at s'l centsi Areadlas,0 cents forplalo,red croaa, high colors, y. cents In woolen fabrlea there la generally a mora onfldcot feeling, and com of th larger com mission houses speak very cneerruuy or th Krotpccttfor th next aaaann business lo eavy goods as wallas la flee coatings Rut ther it not now any material cnaoge to report In lh condition of th market la black clothe of th better qualities there Is moredo maod.buttb holders of original stocks do not seem Inclined to stimulate buyers by offer ing any reduction bister's black cloths rang from 8- 28 lo 84) colors, S3 50 lo 81 lo doesklna lh demand ia light, but no alterationa have been attempted to tbe Beat of prises 1 Y tndtpdtn4 lilt Tbe llnala of Many Watere. The recent rains appear to hav extended over the North an I Last generally, and pro duced heavy freshets At Lowell, Mass , the Merrimack river was higher yesterday than at anr time sine 1M2. and th back water In terfered with th operations of moat of the mill The Saoo river, In Main, waa higher than at anytime alnce 1113. and even higher than the great freihet" of that year, and the storm waa still raging and th river rising Much damage was dooe to property, and lh mills were stopped Ther are forty acres of logs held Dy on Doom, wnien novo inus isr neta If It breaki. nothing can save the bridges, aaw mills and many bouses along th river At Albany tho Ilulson river Is very high. and the lower streets Including tb lumber district, wra inun tiled, with tha water still rising Tb water on th doeka waa from seven to ten fet deep, and the steamboat found much difficulty In landing passengers aod freights Inv TKLrauArn 1 H Anna's Faaxt. April 21 Th great value and safety of the water power her never was better Illustrated than now Whll nearly all lh great streams In the West, Kail and North have Hooded their banks, dolug frcatuamag to property, w diti in water a the Shooandoah anl Potomac rivers at medium height, and under perfect control BnArrxi, tho ucw appointed Governor of Utah, arrived Wednesday night at Corrlnne, U T , and was received with an Illumina tion and bonfires Ho mado a speech, stating that tt was tho purpose of the Gov ernment to suppreis polygamy) that this ostllutlon, Ihougtt supported or im dis. loyal and trattoroua, will not stay the hands nf l!nniri-aii Thn luvitilA (nf-lrVl lYi" tna rwuv" :: A;:ri , "jt.;' "" flnt real Governor Utah hu ever had THE NEWS BY CABLES IftASfCE. Tbo denafna Coasnllnm Trese -tlctl lo the Emperor Tbe riebleelfam to be Inbllhd To-imj-The Em peror'ti Proclamnllon The Left Centre Llvra. Paris, Aprllll -Tha prealdent or ths Hec ate, Mr Itouhar, proceeded tj th Tullletlea to-day and preaeatcd to th Lmperor the aro tua consultum TheffiperfaprlnllDg oQle will to morrow esmmene the publication of theproelamstloo of tb Lmperor concerning lh pUblseitua. together with tb text of th latter la hi proclamation lh Lmperor gives a re sume of the reforms Introduced since 1800 to the preceat moment, and dwells oa tbe for tuoste results to come from them, namelyi The stability of Institutions aod th aey trans mits loo of power to lh heir of thethroo Th formula of lh pioblseltum Is brief and simple Th vote will be taken on th Sib, of May. verified oa IhelOlb, and tb result om tally announced on ths 12th Prince Napoleon, who left Parla befot th reee.it debate la th Senate', becauaa th Lmperor detlred that he would take no part la thedlicattlon on ths eucctitloa tothe throne, returned on Saturday Marquis d'Andeurre,th leader of the Left Centre ta th Corps Leglalstlf, hat publlahed a latter denying th report that the Ltrt Centra has ceaaed to exltt aa a patty tiii: itoMinioar. nevlevr r the It rare nerendere Havemrult ( tlie I'eulan Army Twit Crtr-loada of Nnaptelotaa Char ACtera Tlielled Hirer C'onitnlaaloo era lterusedtlie tlenent r the Writ of llnbene Corpna Draft for Rrcl Blver Expedition. MoitTRXAL, April 21 Th whol of the volunteer turned out at Champ d Mara yes terdsy afternoon for Inspection by Lieut (Jen Llndaey The General waa accompanied by Prlnc Arthur, and waa attended by tbe mem bers of his staff, aod received a general aalute Th provisional battalion, consisting of four companies, under Capt Simpson, Is under orders to proceed to the frontiers) their headquarter to b at Lt, balle Two car loads of auspicious looking charac ters, tuppostd to b eculans, ar reported to have crossed over the Ogdcntburg read last night, going West It ta supposed their des tination Is Ogdcntburg or Cap Incent Sir Stafford Nor lh cote, Lady Nertheot and family have arrived her from England Ottawa, April!! Father KIchalt and Al fred Scott were brought before Judge Gait this afternoon II Illy ard Cameron appeared for the prosecu Hon He stated that It waa his opinion that ther wa not g-ound for discharging them under a writ of ktbtat corpus, as It waa clear these men could be indicted and tried fora capital offence before oar courts, and If ao a magistrate had power to git e a warrant to ar rest then Th Judy discharged the writ, and ordered the accused back Into custody Tha polk magistrate fixed 8 o'clock to-morrow to pro seed wllh th xamloatlon on Information Th prlsooera remain la custody aa before and are oot aeot to jail Ottawa, Canada, April It Tha deputy adjutant gsoeraiot uatario has Istuad a cir cular to th lieutenant colonels of battalions. rsqueitlog seven mea to be selected from each eorpa for acrvlces la th Red River couatry THE TA11LE. TUUJIED. A Sharp Trlcb br Itobbers. Txqba Haotb, Iid April 2t-Yesterdy dispatch left th two robbers of th ermll- la Company Measurer a' offlee nearly naked la the woods, with hundreds oi people aunt- log for thatn. Soma time retterdsy they pre sented themselves to two well known citizens oo th highway, and drawlag revolvers com polled Ihseltltcos to atrip off moat of their slothlog, which ths robbers put on aod Isft with The semi nude cttliaoa ware aooa picked up by a number of mea who were hunting the bur glars, and having every exteansl appearance or being th burglars they wer taken to OIlo- tsa or Newport for trial. They proved ao aitoi aod wer rslsaaed Sbootlngr AtTalrs. NoaroLK, April 11. Captain J P Proctor, master of transportation oa th Norfolk and Petersburg railroad, waa shot thla evening In th arm sod neck by aa engineer oa th road by th nam of John Sykea, who had been dls charged Th wound la not fatal. Dbhtxo, Col., April 21 At Puebla, Carl Walsteln, president of th German Colonisa tion Soolcty, waa assailed by Samuel Mc Drid, proprietor of th Colorado ChUftatH, published la this city, and shot through th arm. Walsteln Is In a critical condition Ills th opinion of th people that th shooting was premeditated aod without proper provo cation. Lynch Lsw. Crioaoo, April 21. A desperado, named Hank Leonard, alias Rogers, was hangsd by a vigilant committee at Salam, Illinois, to-day Dirybr, Col.. April 21 Two Mexicans arrested for stealing groceries, wer hauged la the Jail yard of Los Vegas br unknown par ties LateatTelecmpble Brevlllea Ia ths case of Archibald McKlaUy, ladleted for Illicit dtstUlatloa la Ualtlmore, a verdict waa obtained for tha Government At tb sessions of th Customs Parliament la Berlin yesterday on of th measures pro posed waa a revltlon or th duties on sugar and coffe and commercial treaties with Mx lco and th Hawaiian Islands Mining news from Arizona la favorabl Discoveries of sllvtr mines la New Mexico Is attracting scores of people to that Territory Th smallpox la abating In Arizona Th native population suffered moat. Tbe caae agaloat Poatmaater Jonea, of New York, for retaining Utters of an alleged swin dling eoncetn, has been dismissed General II art so tr, of General Sheridan's staff, baa gone to Salt Lak to look after th Indian who recently raided Antelope elation, on th Pacific railroad The eotd weather of last week has probably destroyed two thirds of th peach crop of Southern Illinois Several cases of agrarian brutality ar re ported la Meatb county, Ireland Chambers, th murderer of x supervisor Voorhees, of llrooklyn, has been acquitted oo th ground of Insanity, and he was Immediate ly sent to tb lunatic asylum Letters from Rom contradict the aisertlon that the minority would leave the Lcumeoteal Council If th Infallibility resolution waa paaaed The further bearing of thaMordauot divorce ess has been postponed Th Loadoa Coo yesterday ascribed th d presstoo la American railroad aeeurltles to th mismanagement la the Lrl road Th bullion lu th bank of Lngland la II 3000 pounds leaa than laat week Aflfolr In Loudoan, Ouauly, ta The Lcesburg UUror of Wednesday has tbe following! J R Smith, deputy sheriff, soldon Tuesday last, tho following tracts or land lylog about two aod a half wiles from Loeaburg Twenty four acres with house and orchard, to anas Mtlburo, for 81173 per acre A tract of B714 asres, without bull lines, to Wm Lowe at 819 per acre A tract of is acres, Tor 817 28 per acre A wood lot of S scree for 53 24, to Chas If Hlgdon These lots all lie ou the Locsburg aul Aldlo rum pike Thb spring term of th circuit court for thla county. Judge Keith i rcaldlng, will commence lo thlatown oa Monday next, April 15. Rock haa been broken at the Carter marbu quarry, la thla county, and w have oa our table a plac of th "cor," about four Itches long ttkea ssvsral feet below tho surface, which is vry beautiful W learn that tb eoglne and other machinery reoeotly estab lished for testing tha capacity of th quarry Is working well and with lha moat gratifying re sults Sine work has been eomtuencedgeolo fists ana practical marble worker i ronoune bo marble the Bneat they have ever aeen la .ma tuuuiiii Willi tuo luaioaiiooa ar mom flattering for Immense deposit promising untold wealth for Its enterprising explorers We ar promised at aa early day full ac count of th wboU subject, which w wltl gladly lay before our readere Os Wednesday nlirht there Vias a all gut i ....-- .1 "....- t uor mow a; concoro, a. u. A FEMALE FIEND. A ULOOD -CHILI I-.U TltAUrilY. A Woman Decapitate her rour S.ti.1. drew. aac. Jiurrier. ber n other IlAtTlMOXK, April 31 About 4 o'clock thla afternoon Mrs Catharine Marab, who with her four children lived with her parents, Mr and Mra Dwyer. oa Canal street, near th Rellalr market, killed her four children sod then assaulted her mother Th mother of Mrs Marsh. Mrs Dwtcr. la her ant mortem examination, stated that this afternoon, her daughter. Mrs Mab, and three children were alone lo th house) Mrs arsh asked hsrlf she had ten cents, upon answering oo, Mrs Marab put on her bonnet and left tho house) ah went a few door from th house where she borrowed a butchers knife) then tho proceeded to th District achool and called out ber son James, aged sight years, and cut bla throat from ear to ar, nearly aevering tne Head irom tb body Aiitti ooy named uurnett cam out with James aad witnessed th murder Mrs Marab, after killing her son, ruined after tha boy Uurnett, but he ran and escaped Mra Marab then returned to her hora,and went lato the back yard, wher another sod, named William, aged seveo. was swinging his little slater, Mary Jane, aged four Sb cut Wil liam's throat, causing Instant death, aod then icarly cut off the head of th daughter She then went Into the homo and cut th throat of her youngest child, aged about two years Ills head was nearly severed irom the body Sh then assailed her mother, aged about 81, and very feeble, cutting her throat so terribly that ah cannot aurrlve Mra Marab, th murderess, was born In the county of Kerry, Ireland, and baa been In th United States about twenty years, and waa married about nine yearaago to Wm Marah, a bather, wbo left her about two years ago to find employ ment elsewhere, and la now aald to live lo New lork city. The reputation of Mrs Marah la said to have been good She was nndoubtedly Insane when committing tbe murders The faeea of the murdered children aa they lay side by aide, are at calm and placid aa If tbey wer compoaed In sweet sleep They ar dressed neatly In theaame clothes they wore when killed At nine o'clock this evenlog the mother who la confined at the eaitern district police station waa eooacloua of her terrible deed AN IOVIO I.OPE7 onirlal AecenaiS f Ufa Heftlli Thongh Wo na.de tl Ho Prefers Death to Murreodor III Most Killed aad Ilia Wife, Children aad Mlstreea Frteanora. New sac, April 21 Th ateamahlp South America, from Rio Janeiro brings th follow ing official confirmation ofth death of Lopef The Anglo-llraztllsa Timet or March JJth publishes th folio whig dispatch from Gen Camera to th Ilrailllao Mlolsterof War UaiiroH rniLirrllAi.or rni Aqdid law. AferrA 1 I writ to tou from Ianttci'a oeampent on th Slera i ne tyrant was wuieu.ang, naviog reiuseaio surrender, was killed before my own eyes I intimated to him to surrender when ho was seriously wounaed, aaa reiusiog n was killed 1 congratulate you on the termination of the war aod th complete vindication ot talood by Urasll over th tyrant of Paraguay Gen Pcsqula and another oQlcerhava fallen prlsooera Cam aba Councillor Paranhoo telegraphs as follows Aburcioh, March 8 To ths Minister of Brazil at Uueooe Ayresj Lopez was taken by tb forces of Gen Camera II was wounded In th fight, and not cbooslog to surrender was killed during th action Th mother aod sisters or th tyrant, with several field offlcers.have fallen loto our heads General Caballero was at another point, and a cavalry force haa already marched against him Mrs Lynch waa hid In th wood, and up to th tu6a . ;k..hnr icwi s-olor forwarded, which was Immediate) after lb action, nad not baan not with The Angio-uraxiiiea rimes aauit xa osiy additional news from General Camaca la by a letter written by him or. tha third Gemmos Lanehoa and Colonel Lopex, a son of th dead dictator, wer killed) Reayman Del g ado, the mother aad alatcr of Lopez, Mra Lynch anl four children and several officers aad priests were captured. Some parties were routed or dispersed Mrs Lynch and the children will be sent to Luropc THE UA5UEUM OF TUB DEEP Tbe Ye ne a a elan Spoken Her Bad dar Uons-An American Ship Darn ed Drlllab Hteanaer Wrecked atr She Sicily Ielanda. Baltikori, April 21 The ateamshlp Ohio, from Bremen, arrived thla afternoon Sh reporta that oo the Iflth lost , lo latltud 40 deg andSmln.long 6$ dee: 73 mla., epoksthe British etsemer.Ycneiuelao, from Liverpool for tb West Indtaa, thirty fir daya out, with loaa of rudder Tha Ohio offered to tow her to New York, but the captain of the Vene suelan thought he could reach a port without assistance. Her passengers had been taken off by another steamer, as previously reported LtTtaroOL, April 11. An American ship waa seen on fir on th night of December 28th, la latitude 41, longitude 13, west She ap peared to b 100 tons burthen, and loaded with cotton During the night ah disappeared, aod th next morning aa empty long boat waa picked up Th namaof th vessel could not b ascertained. The steamer Lado, from Oporto for Liver pool, waa loat off the Sicily Islands Pasten gera and craw saved ANHOn BCBLINUAHI. Deception af Ibe Remains In no a ton Decoration of rannell Hall Pre paration for Ibe Funeral an IHainr dajr Rostov, April 21 Tb remslas of Anson Burllogam arrived at Old Cohony depot at 10 o'clock this morning, aod wer received by a committee or the elty governmeat, and con veyed to raouell lull In a bears drawn br four horses, the committee following la ear rlages. The hall Is being elaborately deco rated Th remains will rest upon a catafalque four feet high, six feat wide and twelve feet long The windows are daikeseJ, and tha hall Is only lighted by a portion of the gssjeta directly la front of the catafalque Chinese and American colore droop together, and are th only national ejibUma la th hall Th eaakat will be covered with flowers To-morrow tb public will be admitted Arlington street church will also be appro prlalely decorated forth funeral on Saturday Wife Murder Nbw onr, April 21. Thomas Ilallorao, liquor dealer at Hickory Hill, Morrla county. New Jersey, was committed to jail to-day oa the charge of murdering hi wife Milwaukib, April 21 Mrs Lydia Duvllle, of OrenfietJ, Wis , wss yesterday found dead, suspended by a rope aad locked la a room of ber residence A suit for divorce waa pending between her aad her husband. Th latter has been arrested to await further de velopments A Naval Eogagsmeut, Jamutowk, N Y, April 21. An attempt aa made this afternoon by Lieutenant Com mender Wm. II. Gushing, of the navy, lo horee-whlp O, C Bishop, the editor of th Dailg Journal, A abort atruggl ensued with out material damage to the combatants tha employeee of th office eeparatlng them Gush log waa arrested aod bound over to appear before th grand Jury Haaaacbnaetia lealelatnre. Bootor, April 31 -The House to-4r re scinded Its vote oo the ten boar bill, and after an amendment making It apply to all minors uoderelghteea years It passed to Ita cogroaa ment by 134 to os Th resolution to amend th State cooslltu Hon so aa to repeal lh reading aod writing quslf float lone of votera paaaed the Uouae by a vole of 113 to 85 On the Wer Path Heavy Ihxyxvkb, April 11 The detachment scat from 1 ort L.rlul to purau the ludlana wbo lately shot a eltlssn wlthla six nun lie! yards of th post, overhaulsd them across the Platte and bad a talk with them The band belongs to "Craiy Core," aad Hut ct lf says be Is oa "the wst path hssvy."