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BHtW 10 MARIXTI.
i Yom, Mu -floon.Oottcm vary firm, and
ftiwitlt whM babl-cond ttrdmary, ItW atataj
bW mid dUnf, nVf.ntt nIddUu, HI tMUl JM
end Jnlysolif injea.sm. Ploar steady i demand fairi
T n, HtJAAfa Wkuft MUI kA a . r
L17utl Ji winter, it JO. Oorn naletbat flrmi l
UiuMNti. It qtrit4lnd( (IpALU,
, BuTtsm, Mw t -Arrtw-.Tb rUmr asArket
thwmonilnf wMna14,aa4toafaB was roofmed en
tirely la sniiptyin looal weate, there bet" o tonal
aofcr Mculd learn, for ahlpment. ! eonwti
MS bM. WnImi Bprfn Kitre at L? bbJa, ll4
iA US, and fVbota. Howard
HAaef. RpUwfibttrtoy V-
lima peak, Mchln Ujaaa bushels, but th market aa-
hrMLad HtUa animation. nd t)d nllna In U u
e.m vo iiJim doim
rather wank, tbmurh plicae are rtumtqnuibichaA
I1 to fair to ood, and fjlAifor ahotaai A"!.
Km Ptttnlvan(a do. at 41 J. and !. "i
al ldl.M, th Uittf.af asJbwahsl
Rn-Vf in- and falW to-day-. ."F".
AM tmahMa, mm) salna follows, via ! ,."
labela whit it fLl)! IS, thebulk. tltW 1 d
jrZhn sate. Qil m bator el 96o 441,01 fcr
Vmi ttae-fpts !: II A lshla, tra, salr
fnirtad of only IM la tnuu tmefaal M e)J ttnta, l
whtf h Brir ttwr elrad dttU,
.n.Klir no uk la addition la the lrf
fmnMvUAtii of Hfttraj to rtpart U)U monlaf, Iwt
t)Mit I. bwWl. irnnl Inquiry for It, ftna dobufl
mm mm Wttt mn b md W qvoU nomlnkllp k
foUowa,ln Ilia U tNmdatllH'41ftnt,told.fDr
Mnd W htlrtt lfifo4ee. knd datr wUd t M)MU mm
lor fair fat prtmt, fcnd lS)UcnW, toU.urobolf
ftnd hitey (n'v
I Ootbm, lint pnoM U1 tndnwkrd. Wadsowi
lipuntiB Mt"tirt rmi inrminuiii.iui
niii mmntrn fnvnilil fll 11 VlT
for InwjnLlillIn. and kltaialil Miatd fnf mnif nnilur
W,-W hmr nf no farther hIm, bl iirlM at
ovndiK SM'mtiUi rorto Klo OU ttnUvid
Kiirtin Island, x mdu pr nllAB.
M.tl VW.-HrownalitIT, wiloh la I llhi mmW, 1
mot firm ! ) Ctnta, and MlddUna-sMUMfoAaw,
rli i h3S MiU for llgU Md ntMUom, and lu4afna
pw Innhal (or hnafT , .
lYoMMnaAtlM narkot U qoUl df . " f"r
(bl4atdywiwabaim)iMnud to a MrntUna
trada, and Unman prtoaa nr watnlaltad Ihn fMllac ta
for SbMildM. Mf4lB fcja rth Blda,lf(l
rla foreUarrtadK,kAU aanUfor lUmat and II
Mast ail)- au tarn HaM0dra,an4 lUMU
hx Mm. but baar M m Iranaaeilnna nf ImnorU
Uaabnorani. Baoon wm qMUariUoillSnifi
iaatUiar. lrd ramalM Wwdj a IIl(t4llS fmt,and
Mm iron wa ihjmu aa MHwamwaM par noi.
Mr 4Jamllna wa qania aa nuictni (mm f to T
nnli for Mr lo prim, and th tnanal u Arm, bnl Ui
lock bar la crMUf radnoad ...
Nilf UTn'ldlatfalrdamaM Mid toarfr al qni
UUona,Ui 4la0MlaU for Uroand Ahm.and ili4
UU aaok for tin Tarn laland t aarrtiaaa l
qitot aundf a MJ nl pat buabal lor kria frwf
JkavTnmaraUBtnaVi l raat(4
Wa notW ula rValarday f wb hida. Uamarmra
(iMtrlfticalaiJuha, tW4II!t contai do. IVirto RtetVI
Inv MaBiaaiul tkBfHTkruinRiiiiian.luV(allU aastoi
Block bar tola KIMfl hhda., TtMboiaa. f
It'jU-t Aaar' 'Hard Lrtuhnd wsqnnta to-day at it
can la. and flolt do. at 11 null lof A "hit I 11 MBI4
for 11) UBtnUiiwl'iUU,adliyaaf.wOiaUow(
jtimtfia I'rioM ra aa (ollowa, rial Tor Calrar
(kOilan mcantai ltaltfnior(h4dan,M.4fllMmtaiCan4
ton Uoldan, Hfftt ronta. and Bom IUm, v40)oimU
hrLHKlrBar. Halaa bwla 1M bbta. Whalarn. fn
etudlnji woiid and Irvn bound, at tl BT bmt Iron bonnd)
KJf tnnradfroni 31 J Rarantb aUaat to Ha. ffi-J
rannarrraala) araaaat natwaan Hlnth and Taath rtraaw,
wa will aonuana to aell en Mnnlhlr InaUhnaat. at tha
Inaaal eaah frtaa. lhna voyular and JosUy aalabratad
Till'. U'i:i FlMirA-PAVOHITr!!
UH-IC BriTtllaJika aobatiiaUaa-aadUUianMal
RAriD, KOOKUMfUAU ANU
AS WKLL AATIIK
UdiiTwtT ntnrrrrn xno rarIlat mak aukd
HACmNR IN UHR.
All bt InrlUd to eaU and rtimlai U. r
HOItHI I II A, llfVAl I1IIN. Avrnta.
Ufa urn avt to lll aararal in n tha baalth and eonaU.
laUon of ihaardant,anantau bqalnaat man, and aha
tha aaad of anrna analalnlnc Want I fait, Untnlaab
that ranaa antra ta-mporarr aihlliralkm,and laara tha
a paanad off, ara ton of Ian raanrlad to. Aa aar
nr ooniaa kin
rrramatara aUiaaatlon Bad dacay
Tnna and ranli Ihanvartaiad i
rnlata lha nartaiM rllal machlnary wim
llaataltaranlonuBon lilttara. in mat wboiaanmaaiiiir
tha aloohollo larnaaU trbioh la tha paraatdarlraUa
from any annrra. la tarnpatod br tha ebolorat tools.
trantaand Inloaa, To itranctban, Taomlt. aolaoa and
apanaaii anu uuimn ana ami iciinia npuu i
awn ami raima.
pnrUy Ilia aataw
nai!la WIwb 11
iff hh qiww at wuvhih in , hitvi Tfiwt4iaa
otrlo. Wtiaa tha alomaoh U In a baalthf Uta, Iba
btla tttrwa mrnlartjt tha imnal w htm Ihalr offloa
prnpanj. nao ut awaraHuo aofaa or tarn narroua Bra
lam ara in perfaet work In ordar. an aaortnoua amoaat
of labor ranba harrna wllhmit rial or Ineonranlanoa.
andUiadlract aHaotpf Iba Bill ara la la promot thla
rlaornua aimdiUnn of tha foncUnna opon abjoh Uta
nonrUhmaat nf Ihabodr and It a powarof andnranoa
malnlr dapand Iba (rant luada. and allaraUva la,
llBJlont ampnaiKiBHy mvaaanui
td4 for it rawarlo
irtnaalna propartiaa, o all npn whom lha
iitoa of lira praaa boa Uy and who fool lika
idarUiabwrihaa, A llrty appaUta,aaplaa-
falnUnc nndar Uia harTban, A llrty appaUta,aaplaa
did dlMaii.m. alaalia aolrita. and a aaarrallaaa abUlt lo
wtlhBtand fadiwB, araawon tha blaaatiui JaaUy aa
artaad loUta ranorallna oparaUuaof thU palaiabla and
powarfal eordUl and aa a prtns and aumniar atlara
fira, tbar la nnOilnff In th matarta nadlaa tnat aaa
oa amnparaa i iu
ejyO 11.11 Airr..Oli,lllN OUI.IYKUOIU'
para awd raUaUa, Urtnlnad from jraah and
mall. It la worm raaddy takao by dallaata parauna and
ehlMran.lrasoraaaaUyaaabwlUtod.aaHl U prodaeUr
of mora (m medial banant- than other kind of oil are,
Dr J. Marion Blow imi " For anma yeara 1 bad
altaa u Uta nae of ( od lirrrfrll attnawUiar i batatao
my alwalaaa waa aUed by Ln- Hayr to ratar MolWa
td UrarUU, 1 baaa praaenbod It aliaoat dally, and
hare every reaaun to b parfacUy aallanot with It."
Bobi k VrnMlals. ....,.. aplA-lawlta
Till, fill HAT PA3ItLV JUniUflM. OF
THIRTY YRAnSbafCaUpaad aiat ir Introdao.
Uun of tha Pal a Killer lo the publia, and ! at th
praaant time It la mora popular and ouanniaada a laraar
aala than erar bafura. IU popalarlty la not aonAnad to
thla aouatry aJona, all oer the world iu banarioUl
affaeta la aarlaa tha Ula that fleeh la hair lo, are aa.
knowladaad and appraolalad, andaaa pain killer II
fame ta limited lo a aouatry. aact nor raoe. It neda
only to d anowa to oa pnaau
onir to ba known lo ba prlietl
Thirty year I certainly a tunc onoaab Urn to prora
ma amoaoy ot ani mmiEina, tail uiaa turn viKuifc
la uftcarrtna of all IU nroprlatora claim for It, la amplr
unit it suta auBMiau.
Id liy ail drncauta.
ltoafaaenla,aUanU and$l par botUa, IMracUan
aooompany each botUe.
Al TQ HAI.IW. ,
BY ( IHM'KU VIATniI,lI. AnctUaerrn. "
(HuoeaaaitratojBaiaaU. Mctlntra A Do. )
wall, wat oornec of PennaylranU arena and Uevaotb
AN KXTKNHIVK COUWTIOJIOr nARRANO
or.AU I ir mii rifAcmiAi a in I ivn , .
UnlUhibAY.May la.at (1 1 o'clock.
j. wiinin or aocuon ruuoia. ww wu aauan aa
niaaaira ooiUNiion w rare ann oaoouiui i-iaaia.
rroniUia war tnown naraannaor uunn wu,
oniuliilni of Hoe Kollaa Mania, tlraen houa
mU.Baakatand.llMMlnr.l'Unla.Ao.. Ui Uulana,
Varbanaa, rVinala, Vartacatad and nouuiauaraniama,
AbaUloa, 1 aUrcunluma, Palnnaa, llallotropaa, IJllaa,
tHnka. Ilkhllu. Aa.. In areai aarla
, aa., in area irwn
UaUOnOI I ln1B, llDfi ,,aHi.
myt-td IXHlFfR A LATIUUH, Aeatinwa-r.
J 1 A astlonaara and ltaal raUt ilmkarm.
No, 3 10 Boathaaatcoraerof bidUi and O ilraeU.
I IN Till lllftrMKTT
TI1RKR MltPit fHOM WARMINOI
llALa A MILK kRoll A BTATlOrt ON
W R.R. AT AUtrtlilN
ininini ir uiiiuaitini
OM WARIJNiTtN ANU
On TUKMDAY. tha lUth da
alknj M ft
wa will farioi' aal aiit4laaiatn. at i i
aa., en lha pramlaaa, tbil baaaUfal FARM, ki
nf ArlaliuJ ltaAitaailadllranli
iKiarraa, with Improvement, whlun ara an eaaelleal
Ham i Tryianl
luira nai. aai
a. aww iwnw, m anaii room unra
iiuuH) win hi inner m
adjutnlna lha farma nf Uaaara.MoOenBay, Lranaaaa at
olhera. It labeaafUalty biaatad harlnf tmltMvaral
Lha nnal baautlful and Oumniandlna? baildliut alaaa .
any place la tha dlatrlet, from whkli ton bar a view of
domaof IbaOauilul lila wall waWrad, bartua aararai
etreame ran ulna thronah and aeveral avrtna of tha
pnraat vatar. Aa apple orchard and otliar trait tree,
A Ian a portion of It la eat la timothy and alovar era,
Tha land la vary aueoeuuble of Improvement) aodllbaa
boat thirty or brty aoree ef tine timber Id different
TN f III iu gnun tu ouai-anu; nu ivnva.
aa Iti all nndar awd oa
1 arm or naia una niw
Al aonvaranolB4 and stout pa
J 'he property will ba oSitred la tbe wb la, and If not
d will then be auld la diRarent aaotHma aaranabla lo
pUtofanlKllvUion, If Mild aalu wlioUjiw will bar
quired paid down i and If uld by Beotlona UD pa eab
WHUU HIHTH I
KftN A W1IJJAMS, Ancla.
V WM. I-W AJJ, II o AanlMrrr..
UUARI)Urrf1 JALK iiv VAI4AI)IK RKAL
KUIATK IN TIIU UITIT or WjimuTU.1.
Tha anurai-naa, cuarnun nr ine minor ahlldran
Of ttibmuu innwM,uwnwil in
daoraauf UiaOrtibaa aUourt nt Uialhstrlat nf
hla. naaaail an lha lMh air uf kluati. A. II lirtu
and wblca waaTuly raUa-d by (ba Hupraiiia Ouort of
IU LnaariotM umoipihi oa turn buui iiboi ini, n u.
l70,wUl,on Thuraday, Uui lilb day of May,la7ii,at
the hoar alSVs ibn-i u, m.,la 1 rani of the pram mm a,
all all Uia rlalA, Uti. Inlrraal, and aUlm of th aatj
minor balm In and lo all that partuf It Ho. J, in
M.....T No. liaV In Lha ait of Waahlaaton. LMaLrlot nf
UolumbU. bain-lee weei ut faelof Bald lot, Iba nam
fronUnaU feel un the eeuth line of north 1 atraat, ba
twaaa fiUblaaaUi and Nineteenth atraota, and rnnnlna
batik Bourn of an aiiual width between parallel Hnea to
tna rear una ut aaia mk, ami ai Mia aania wai
ail of the uaderalfnad Indlrldual riant, uili
rmun 1 la Imi rvvail bi alana and aoiwuvMliou
bWHlJJNo.am) la located la qa W th
Hrauie locaiin" oi uia vnr. .... .
I Tennaof Hal. ()oaUilnlalji Baaldu lo Iwoeqnal
parneota, fr whluli tlia noo of Ui piuoUaaar will be
na n n I li tf an I aLai,
parch aaar. Ann the underalimad raaarra Lberiabt,ln
Ioaae of dafaaHJ on tha part uf tha purohaaar to oumi 1
to raaall aala baamlaaa at tha auit and liak of aald da-
fcaoilina: purehaaer One tmndrod and Ally dullera will
aoa rajiunu wnap (oapfiiprny wainiraan.
I ' JaUJbH UCUKKMOIT, Unardlan.
4" I itrot, wkiIU Pill 01c, DutuMl-
I i i n -...- ji 1 tt ml in i ii i iir iimtrn i i i ' " " " - i i i i 1 1 i i i i n ...
11 f "ft!: ?.-Pi5"iW''-'4
rsOTTEHI! JAtF or toTiit SQtiAftH M.OK
B rlriao nf a Af rJ I
wlfa,datad Aaa-nat , MM. I J bat
p.owwin ami 10 tna nic naat Dtuaar, on ti
nMoribarin aati tofhahlfhaatblddai
Ua,on TUKdUAyVUia lDthalaroi
tLj.;.-Trr.-.T' ?T7.-r ; .v. r "
ailOoclokIn,BiitIfa. la Sonar M.aa diatl
cnnUiad apon 0i puVllo plat of th City 9! Waaulat,
mi bcpatiTatlh thnB4plaMaf'aala,)and lia
ThiunniitfuuiMi rki 11.1 & r b.i.li am
muss tai anaw aatiua in on nam aw nara, wiui av
taraatrrnattba daraf Ul. to baaaaawlTr adaadnf
trnat pa Ilia, fcf. TTi aroaia raaarfaa th at to r
mu in aai di inr nm i
pnrahaaar In dafanlt. If Ik
apllad with within nradara
and onataf th
tarmanf aala ara nof onm
chaaar mat, ,... i .H1,V"xf",tl
ftaa nf nkla. I bMAnaiiidiia Ami aUniiw ftt tttm I
wis 1 miurrit a 1 Jt j iwrrt, wct!-
V TIIOUAH HOWLIMhAmilmrfti
iiQUKKiiotj) rtTiuvmiRK AFnnr
11 u lirr at
AUUT1UM. t I
.OwWrTDI-fCBPAY MORirmq, Hay'11, it
' u'.n T-a -Ll
,wwwvh unit ( tt
pTaat atraala. a
t saaaral aa-
(fld romltar and KITmu,
Wllnl Mavtn a4la ktlit.f1b.tli l.luu
W)tintand ltoavwood f enuvaaaa liar bl-top Tab
nongaa uona v-a ana Paeraiary, naW Btaad
Walaat Rtlanakm Tabla. '
Mralant hid aboard, (earrad back )
Walnut Uaaaaaat aajf atnaf Ohalra,
Walaat and Itowwaod MirMa toptrana.
nHnnii nBruiv-vnp tt nwinain
Ilrnaaala and InaalaUarnatavOU libit. .V ,
l-aatbara, Hnek HaUnaaa R OnluM. KVanJ
n mmn ana iwannaa.
rthrr BrUolaa, ton nttnttrraaB lo manUon.
THOMAB TxiTTLIHO, AaeUmaar "
11VE!L MTLirgtt, !.
rkrathwaat aoraar of Paanaytranla anaa Bad Uannl
TIJUBTFirSBAIJtOr A7ALWAr.rH IAT NcXli
hV! ,""'' vn wi 1 ij nMtHi rAHT tia
MiAiK M.nu rrn ah MBTKUtVulf
all at pnbtla aoeUon, at th room of -Oropar
)aofmr ft UU
3 l'"""" i-annivania aiiua,pn
I Id day nf Hay. 1171), at 1 4 otto H.
. That valaabl lot known an th plat taatoopotL
law a tot No. IS. evalalalnc 9 A, tt and I par of
unu nun or 108, IIM lot la BlUlalai on Ul OUl
llladnttar Road, at lha band of lioonln aronna, and,
l,fiiinMllA 4n 4l.d !! .i U- V t UI.UI.id.
inwriianouiai mnnav iaiaajopatwaaioaayori
haar Mint ba will not allow any aUanhUtr-lkmaa or
or ntfaar nnlaanaa lo baaracted on tha lot TlU parfaak .
Jjnnrayanolnaand rarann atampa at porchaaor'a anat,
Tanaa of aala i On fo rth aaab, baUnc In anaal pay
maataal,laodlllinin,tha, wtth Intratt. Dafarrad
pvaianu to ba aaonrad by nolaa aduraad to U utla-
JOHN A MIDDf RTDN.TraaUa.
Si NawMarbla HaUdinff,
No. 000 Bad DO-A faonaylr anla araaa
VAI OA Bt K IMPROVr-D PROPERTY Of TKKT1I
HTRkkt. NitiU tiii (uiuwiru itv iivnmiivi.
VANIA AVRNUK.AT AUUTIUf. r t
miAV- AirrvintfkrMa kt. n (n
B a clock, ws ahail mIe, la frost of tha pranilaaa, all dB
that part .of Lot nnmbarad atchUIK,)ln aoaaraan
Bamarad thra handrad and forty olaa, (In I baatn
Inf for tha aam at tha north omrof aald lotaUhl,
(ft.) and numJna-wtm th Fit of Tanlh atraatwaai
amittiarW taanif at,l), thaaoa la a dna waal aoaraa
Wanly (TO) faal tli tnehaa, thaaoa la a daa north
ooorat twanty fl faal to tha tha north boundary of
aid lot irambarad alfht.(a. and thane with tha
aald boundary daa aaat lo lb beginnlnc, locothar with
tha baUdlnaa and Improratnaat tharaoa, aunaUUn of
athroa-alorvUrlck ifa-alllac, the lower portion now o
hi'iwi aa a iiiata-inniiaTy,
Tanoa: Una third aaall
balaaon, fa Ut, trar Bnl
ty nded mi trnat M
alfhtnen tnantba, aanrail bytdot
nranlar. I A daiMiMt at AAalwlllha
roparty la etrnck oD All aamrayanolni
v ii uiatarniaDi wa ara n
within Are darn afiar aal a. ttaaa lha
mold at tha rial and anal of dafaultlna porehaa
imiw im aiirr aacauuwa. tt aivr ana
w aiArNJii i
I "7l . W. I WAL
1 1 ' Na Marble 11 illdinc,
Moa. D0O Bad D(ri 8. K, aoa. Vm. aaoaa and Ninth at.
KRFMPTOnY RAIR OK VFRY VALUAR1K
tUPKOVkO PHUHKHTY AT TUK KOUTI1
VvFJtT UORNKK OV TKNTIl ANU N HTIihliTB
NUKTII, AT AUCTION
On THURSDAY ArTKUKOOf , Way 1'i, al fztt
I O clock, wa will aall lafmnlnf Lha i reinlana. I9J
Hot Kl and M,ln Davldam anUof Bunara MLaaob.
f mnllnaT U feat Inchea o
i T iia - and iu.
alna back W foot on N atraat loa Mf mlalncb allay,
liC bite aoauialay f.T2t f ant Inch of wnnd At
Inaeomer, lelmiroed by a twoatorr and half PraaM
looae, aontalnlns tan luuma. with bath room t alao,
5 table and aarrlaxaMmao, Alao, a naarly now Drick
, Vewonld eail epealal atUnUon to th above aala of
buyere, a th property la In aa ha previa- aart of tint
btty, and oSart Induaamant lo ptwout a vary daairabl
J Tarmiof aala at I On HUrd caab, an4 thai
In all and twalva niwUu. A -- i!,m and m
pwelva innntba. A deed riven
to aaenra Uia dafarrad huh
trnat takan to aaenra Iba defarrad payBaenU. All aoa
teyasolac and atampa at th eipeuae af th
AdepoalTof AWOwtil be raqqlrad aa anon
V W. I- WAI.T. ACII.A.ril.iRn.
4iiv Miroia nmioina.
No. VOO and bHTi Paaaayrranla itfrn
MKR OK '
On rRIDAY MORNING, May 11,
Mnmencln' at Itt o cluck, wa will sail
i antlr eSTeeU af llooaa Nn.TSi.enr.
iBrarSaantarlia nMtla nffanla af I
II TllaarTwenUaUtand II atraat, the rami
. UN havtn4 bean bat bUJa ejaad and la
tyyvd eondltlon, aomprtatna-i
Uandanma Itoaewobd and Baran-ocUva Piano, Cover
Valnat Parlor Butt,
Marble-loo and other Table,
Walnnl ICLnnrnaajad Uknura.
Handanma AValnut andT Oak Marbltop Chamber
tlmaaela, T'braa ply. and Ina-raln Carnal a,
landanma MarbiMop BUalnmVd and Wain at Rtlao,
VTaloal Crib. lUraad Bbnak UaUaaaaaa,
Ianlna-mnm Fn ml tare.
ajunaak Curtain, t local,
( oo MatUna, Ollokilha,
(ne and Wood aaat and other Chalra,
lALmha. Conk I a and nthar Uovaa.
With asany other article la tha Uaoaakaaplas; Ha.
adj of which wUI b buU wlthonl raarva. .
yarnucaao. W, In HAt-l"J
Y tlUL'EN St WIU.IAMM, Anwtl.
EN St Ull
)uirAhkN&IoriiKAn tiir utsu uhii
VITU WllAHyKH, WAUBHOUHKN. Aa
tjmd lteonrda of th Ouaaty of Waahlnaton,
laLrliLnf (LiliualAL and nf an ardar And oaarai
Oolumbla. and of aa ardor and dear of th
iTopremcLManor u inhtmim (Haamoia,Bnaaaia
th eanaa of Dartdao at al n. Ttia Waaiiiniton, Alei
andrla and Uaora-etown Ullro4 Companr. dated
we out unar ai anaHon aa huj . w
nt) on iu pranuaaa, aa n o-aaoeK. p,
lateraat and aatalo fat all tha nari of
ilheeal of aqnara Na. two haadrad and alvty.
3h iinHnra, via laHjiajaiaai aa war
aald arieare and runnlnar thaao
aaatwardiy on tn norut una ineror aiiniy-ni
lha aouth Una thereof , al tha dial
Billy-four haadredih of a foot n
aotathweel comer of th aanan
in a nau. aneao auuui aeroaa mm mm
dlalanaa of tUrtean faal,
A nteaaarad aaat from tha
lha aonarev Lhenee on aald aouth
lin aaat aujaiy raaa ana nivy uiraananai
aotahaaataomar of th aqnara, and thane wtt'i tb
aai Una Uaraof north lo th battnnlns. with tha lm
irtbad part aonaUta tea On
lo m unu rnnaa mi n viih. ,
TMUia or WU One third or tha parchaas BUney
I be paid I aaah, and th raaldaa in equal paman li
IJ.uiillHln luliu. arilklnlaMHl UhAmnMil
by deed of trnat on tha property A deposit of fjioJe
wUf ba reqotred at lb trm af aal. Buunpaand Cofi.
vayanclna at the rmrchaeara ooat, Tba tarras of aal
1)Y C1MIPKU V IATIMRU. Anrtlanrrra.
I J 1 (ODoooaaur to Jan. U, MoUnlra A Ou.,)
BoafiTTaat ourper of fanna. ?", and KlTiinui atraat,
OIliNnRRYRAIK OkVaIUABLK IMPROVKD
PROPKKTY ON IOU18IANA AVKNIIK. BK
TWEKNB1XTH ANU flXVVTllRlkJCtfev
lyvlrtuof anaereaof tha Baprama (Vmrt of th
fablnatrtctofOulumbU, paaaad to Boulty Caaaa Wo.
HjlH OoeketiO, onlbe tld day of April. UW, to
S a. which Oimi pi on at al war oomiJainanla, and
Goratten dafemlant. I will aall at publia ana lion, on th
prainlaaa, on THURSDAY, iba ltfih day of May, 1S7U,
Zt-.- illidjtAV ....
iwk, p. mM lot No.
IaatOi aa Vnllma
lief tnninf at tha snd nf eatanly-aU feat four Inohaa,
taaaaurad weet on Loulalana avanaa, from tba north'
aaat aornar of aald lot, and rnnnlna thaaoa a aald a
1 1 1 liuih U
anna aaat elahleon il) feat
art al Hlit analna to aaid avanaa laantv ilima faill
it nine tvl Inchea, thanoadua aoolh and parallel with
bbau avaaae anei
BiiUi atraat nlnataan (tt feet one (1) tacb and thra
fonrUis (Ia) of an lnb ibeuae due warn thirteen (U
feet four 14) and a half th) Inch, thanoa due oath
tieniy Hva () feet to a point aixty I8DI f ae weat from
atli alreat, then due want ale tan (11 II) feat and
Ihini-on b anil red th, thanoa nnrthaaalatiy tweniyalB
lUinfaet and ality eaten bundradtba to a potot ality
ai iee an waa iraanuiniHWhiiininiiii
nnrthj four feet, and lha a aa aorthwaatarly Ifeirty ti
r t7p,a "i "" mi aniwinTi wiuiuihi
ki uaaeoieo una
Nof VOO sad trO-A Pa. arann and Nlalh Lraa4,
TRUffrBKa' RAt R Of TWO intAUaowrpLLINft
n u at airuii nnu, uimi) As A
ikallUidayof Uaaamber. Ions, and raourded tn
I and ILNo.a. fulioaU.nf Lha land mowda nf 1
Infton auunlv. II It . M will aail al iiulJln abaIi
kfllDA Y, tha iOlh day of Mar, llAu.o nloak, a.
hk, on tha pram Let, part of lot No.. In a, hat HL alio.
at on tha earner of north D anil maQflnBteaDth.
"" j "" v" ur l aw M BUI I rf
m 1 tha laaaa hull
aeaan, (MT) 1ob
mi oa eompuea run in on vm uhi aaia, or uia
proaerty ana ba iwauM at iba riak and ooat of th Ant
tntfcaoAua 'CREEJ? A JTlUiAMa. Aaat
t i , f " "w"iorj ani ueaeoieok una maiaa, aw
Terma of Bale, One thtrd ( caaht lha raaldaa in
l---TatrTA-d,J,M,l ta Bla. twalr and alabtaan
raoolkai the deferred payment to bear Internet fmrn
Vr Jm "'J J-rlUWdjaiaontbaftn
of th, kmaWM Nunia atnl ooavwyanotna at Uia par-
wrtrUJtda OUOI Kit A U1mkk AaaTriT'
FACTS AND IIPBE&SIO IV TnE CITT
' ' ' iii
Irtikmal niTEsri receipt jetcrdy wire
Tin plato fur th new 300 legal tender note
will be retdj In n few dtje.
WriiV ritanvm ttAT
ii tt VTAUtta-tV W UVftUril
for the district rTnppaltannock, t.
Sicritart Boutweu., In rnnrrnatln
with the rrcstdent jmtenlAr, uld thtt lie ex
ptrletl to fiinl felt tmOOO.fVXJ 6f tlrf iul0c
dclt thU month.
It ts rumored that the rrwKlent will )ltld
to the .lrMniiro mada hr thejLvul'tanadclo
KAllon Mill 'nniiot'e6olW(rr'CABc from the
port of New Orlean.
J II, BiLi.ovaatiftAbeenArreatGdatfilirevfH
Itort, idv., lorueaiLog lo fafirond-iianti wiiUKj
and tobacco rtamp, whlrli Iiato cen cilcft
pItcIt liMtl In Virginia for come lime pat
Coi.i5CTOBpjri-iiAO)T9)(t ( the Tlilrt
tlilrd New York dfatrtct, waa In town jralcr
day on Important builnca ronnerted wltli
rerenue mattera In New York,
Am oho the vUltors at UieTreatar Depart.
ment ycKtcrday waa General Butler, who had
a long Interview with Secretary Bontwcll In
rcicrcitce to the new Boalon ptMt ofllce.
Tub Secretary of ' Wjar haadlrocted Uiat
prlrato J. fit Btbafrto; (p-neral aVrrlce United
Statca army, now oif duty as clerk In the War
Department, ahatt Iks discharged from the aeo
Ylce, to dale from July 1, 1870.
Tub President will send to the Senate this
week aome additional documents In the mat
ter of the annexation of San Domingo, in'
fludigbe porliQcd rutitm annexation If
Uatatoil that It la necessary to ha, e the treaty
attedon before tlio Ut of June.
Wr mil orib. ep. Mllllain A. Cook has
stopped the BarifBticA thai U hi oopy of
L lie has made a hole In our recctpts to
the amount of fifty cents per month. But we
are ronsolM with tbc'thdirgnt (hit Uda more
of Cotik will aaru the corporation at least
fifty cents. ''
Dispatches were yvterday recclTM from
Commander Wilson, of the United States
steamer Frolic, Informing the Nary Depart
ment that he arrived t Halifax, Nora Scotia,
on the 30th ult., and would leave for Prince
Edv. arda Island on the Barcrcdlng daj . The
British gunboat Philomel had Jiwt arrht;dat
Halifax from Bermuda.
There Is no question that Mr. B. F Wlittle
more, lately expelled from CongreA, or
threatened with expulsion, for selling WcM
Point radetshlpa, will be returned by hi ron
stltnents. But Is It not a question whether bo
should Ve kylmltted;, .Ouglatnot Xr. Whltto
more to address that query to himself, and
will not the House giro It IU attention and
thought? A. 1. THlrttne.
TT M Blade, esq . was yesterday aAnilttcni
to practice In the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Mr. Slado Is well ami
imvoTmUj Vhown In thta couuminlty, where
iio nas iieoa responsUiio poaiUoua under the
Ocncral Oovernmctrt.1 Ills oLUUlca cannot
faU t, make him tiyrnkianioi)guifi0-f
Mu-nuauuiiini iin-uiuvfay in tnu tYIW iiiiiKtt'ii
TllE lREaiDENT has anoolntad tlio follow
nn a tb Duard of Visitors to West Point (or
18T0i Ren Dr. Newman, pufJor of the Metro
politan M. E. Chnrchf RT. Dr. Seam, agent
reabody Southern educational fund, HnuI.
(X Sloan, ei-M, C. from Wisconsin) Judge
Thomas Settle, North CaroUna; Cot, John M.
Brown. KentuckT: Prof. Charles A. Youna.
DartmoutA College, Net. Hamr-hlre, and
Vice Admiral Porter.
Kelly it Lion-TIiom who delight In rotn-
atrel irfonnancea are looking forward wtth
much pleasure to tba enjojnuut of the Kelly
tt Loon mlutnl troupe, which commence on
Monday next. Leon, the only genuine, suc
cessful Impersonator of female characters, has
al m ays been a great f trrorUo tn this city, and
tbe company comprises aorne of the best talent
lo the minstrel business. Tbe sale of rescn id
seats will commence this rooming at E11U
Am OrdeawuI shortly oe burned frotnfthe
War Department directing: that quarLsrmaa
tgra and ronunlssarlca shall hereafter mako
only quarterly liutuad of maithly reports aa
of property, &r., ai wiut-'Uie mle before tho
war. This wU enable ihd Government to
dispense with a number of clerks employed In
tbe offleea of ike Quartermaster and Commis
sary General and, resnlt In a handsome wring
Tn Chrfatclq probat)ly ly mistake, cop
lea tho following uneorapllraenUry notice o
BowenV rebef fuJhVreulanimber, Ja W
(uuiia, tiaiiun, juuiibii, auu iuo ruat ui iuviii-
"Joniett," of Jho Boston OumttumtrtaUS,
willea from Wasldinrtoni
, ''Men who Toluntarlly tcft Washington In
aoqi, ana went noma to aia ma rcucuion, aim.
Blared thsre until the whole thlmr bunted m
crawled bark here, and taklnir refuira nndur
-,.,.... ..... .?. ."..
uie wings oi ine American cagie, woo) ueca
iueT nave laaen ininr lownna. nare lurren-
Utkmsly-ukt?t,nArt mtho. city iloLtloni Jor
IW9 or una ytars pi. '
Armt Orders. aFIrst Unite u ant k. H.
Knox has becurJacwdbn the retired list. First
lieutenant J P. Walkcunasalgned, hu been
ordered U reporllo General SteTcnson, airper-
ntendenl rctrntUsff aerrlctv Si. touts, Mo
lur ouigninent to duty.
Tin unerintendtnt of ree rultlnir scrrlce at
New Ybrkf bfu Wcu ordered la forward ro-
rocrulU to ualveston, Texas, for assignment
to Tenth ynlted HUtca Infantry,
First Llculenant E.T, Wallace, uousigncd.
ha uoon rtlkiTod from duty In Ui department
oi Texas and ordered home. First Llentenant
Ittigli D. Bowker, Tlilrteenth United Sutea
Infantry, has been dropped from the roll of
tils regiment and ordered home.
Secretaut BoDTWELL sUtos that the In-
tease of ImporU, exrepttng frco goods, dur
ing tho Ant eight rnoRUis of tho prosent flsca,
year waa 137,371,230, and of this amount
116,801,014, about two thirds of the wholo ex
cvs, paid a daty of 30 7-10 of one per cent.,
oralajut 17 per cent, lean Uian the arerage
rate of duty on all goods Imported subject to
doty. The result of this Is that the jtverago
rate of untyon goods torpoi led la considerably
loss than If waa during the first eight months
of the preceding year, and also that the
amount of work performed at the caitoin-
house has been dlsproportlonatel Increased
wuiioui increasing toe gross revenue.
a. . ,.L-.i
National Tueatre. Mrs. D. P Boners
au greeted with a large and fasliIonaTilo
audience on her Ant rendition of the Frum h
sensation, as adapted by Mr. Atigustln Dally,
''Fnai-Frou," Tho pleeo waa mounted and
put njHin Ihu stage In cxcclltjit styje, and the
acting, In all Its parts, was la every respect
satisfactory. Mrs. B. appear to great ad
antage Jq, tjil blay, aud, except tuaf ''coin
parUona are odorous,' (to two a phraso of
Dogberry's,) might anflrest to tUoso whq
Week to See Iter In Uia rbarnrLnr. aiiKLalnml ad
i oj umi aniapitnykt tha National, ahd
rtflet-t at-their leisure how nrjEmrtouAl ther
Mre liumbuKged durlug lu 'run" there, H
will be repeated until tdnM iWloe, and, wrj
doubted not, from the Lmpreaslou made last
night, that It wUl be a card for the rAJuiAtr.
AVASniNGTOy, D. 0;. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1870.
It n rxnERnTooD that Itt, Bowia.on
being called Co account lately In official quar
iera (or tbe disgraceful character of the elec
tioneering handbill tssned dally tinder hla ad
spices, had tho assnrance to undertake to deny
rcfponsiniuty lor il i, ,
Tills la pretty cool, In vlaw of the fact that
this rile sWtnMbocnflireA out dallr from
the ilAT0ri offlcei that U has been dUarlbated
In Ihai dlffaront warHa Ira th InrnnrtrtlnM am-
ildycea at the expense oCtlia taxpayen of the
ciijiuum uia money to: it carry ou aon wth
contribotAl by tho City Mlall tlngf od that
whed tlio printers upon 11 struck lasiireek for
thtt nav. the innrte to attHn w!Oj Ibaim waa
procured from tho Mayor's nfflooWfaf, y""
And we may add tit at Bowen faralsbce xpy
In Us own hand-writing to said eloctUrneerlog
hand-bill, and he assured one of the printers
that ho waa responsible for delta contracted
Mr, Gobuout'b Lactorb on BinAunt
Fhawxltk. On Ffklay evening nexit,Ur t
AaOobrltht, agent of the New, York Associ
ated' Pre, and an esteemed citizen, ytlil de
liver an easay tqion Benjamin Franklin The
broceods of the leeture Is lo be apprcvmjUjad
to the benefit of the family bf the Isle Dl,
v ii. f ii.. l.i.u.A m..t .
oivca, ui mio ivicuuiima cnqvirrr in f"
ajNiiitar-, who iori nu uio iq tu uio rsasnoiy
at Itlchmond The charity U a noble one.
and tho Invitation to Mr, Qobrtght U algned
try tiro 1 at-known and moni Inflncnttat JoUn
naiuts o( Uto cur.
Mx. Gobriglit will pay an clorueniitrlbute
(o the memory of tho'ridlndulphla st&eaman
and printer, Ben. Franklin. The coTTtapond
ence is puuineu in another column. Mr.
Qobright will bo Introduced to Uie andlencf)
by Major Ben. Pericy Poore, of Uie Boston.
Ik tre roRTncoMnfo; Ilepobllcaq, Con-
grcsslonal caLcns ft Southern Senator Intends
to propose, a policy, to be Incorporated Into a
law. for the better nrotectlon of tho colored
people ot Uie South, and to acenre the en-
lorrciacnt of Uie fifteenth amendment ila the
North. This will take something of the shapq
of a bill prepared by Mr; Pvml, of Nortk CartH
niia,ajidwMriiwlUaeoiaro that UieeltUena
o( the Untied State abatl havo tn the aeveral
oiates an tne pnviiegca ana immunities or.
llf liberty and property, It will declare1 ft
to bo unlawful for persons lo combine or con
spire to Tlolate ov binder or Impede any of
me rignu meant to ue secured by this act,
one of which Is to present the discharge from
employment of any person with Intent to re
strain hla (roe and complete txcrclse of Uie
elective franchise. Another feature -of this
proposed legislation Js to authorize the Pr-4-dent
to employ the land and naval forces or
Inc. militia V pteftrre tho peace In any State.
UaavJolm Tteaitr.Oblot Thamaa lLCanoE.Mj-
taoni awW.Bhaw.Han rraaoiaeot Y. A Reml-ixtuu,
Ioiikmi n u i-ecknam,iBum,raat winaro-
John IIvtianlQf.CaLi Cbarlaa J,Faulkaar,ra. t
T D Mayara.IUohnjond.Va.1 Ohartaa B Kly.fira
lyn.N.Y.1 And Captain Alexander Hay, pTilladatphla,
w-w amatut th arrival at the WataooolUaii lloul
1,10 1 oaa naaiam un.ni uuionaiuonn o.vannaoa,
U 8, A i J, Manual Pabana, Hanuaai ThomuDoay
aaUr. PltUbwrc. Ia.i Canlaln & A. Day. U. B, A.t atwl
Oonvmaadar L Kannady, U 8. N, ara at tba JCbbltt
Oenerml Butel haa dalavmlnad to mak Lona laland
bli parreannt raaldonoa.
npaakar UUln paid a vlait to lUrpar'a larry an
Ratarday bun, end aired Idmaalf from th Mmmttof
C hn. lLaOeck Uft BI. Loul oa Prldar laat a rout
Ueav Oraat'a Bummer anttaaa at Imn Rranch Li
alraady know la that looaltty aa Um Wnlt IIoum
Roma of th Knjdlah and Antarioan fJUaandanborxlaaa
hav Jnat rataod (tlUO toward t phnto-lltliocraphlna
Bayaiannrra miaaianpt. praaarria IS tn liarary af
tb Asadomy of Bote, Blacknhlm
JaMlnaJlmnrt-Bhaa nATand AIMJln In lha Hnn.
UnanUl Hat at Lena Uranoh. Iu avWrlaal aoat wa
tide naw'ttuabaoil of th atraa, Madalia Han.
rlqnea, sad th Bappoaaa aalnor of th arUote In th
naviors riawaenaara. uainonn, anooaaaa mt rtaey
pard aa ntornua; editor of that paper.
(Ian Jiiha (L Pi aai mini who haa foe ma, Una I in
IU at th Aj'Uocton, waa rportd nroch battar
Kn-rrealaent Jobnaon. be! a la KnoivlU Ten., oa
VTadnaaday, took occasion lo nairt to no vary Oaitaf
MMJ lartna on m praaent wonaraaa. jiaaiao aipraaaaa
th opiaie that Tanaeaaea will bw reooriatnietad.
John H. Whittle th Quaker poet attended divin
arriosal Henry Ward Baocber1 eburoh on Sunday,
and aflav the aenrloa wa latrodaoad to a Bomber of tb
John PH n-i, who aaoapad from tb Trenton LnnaUe
A-jinm iwo waaaa aco, amvaa nam at jaraeytjur
yaaurday faornlajr Alihooah a reward had been
effared aothlna bad been beard of bin waul raatardar.
TnvatroTannei naa now proem ma to thou
uul and Bltt feat, Tb around la farorabla. thr
balaa no watar to In tartar wtlb th work
Tb Yaalaa damonatrauoa la Baa Kraaolaao yaatarv
day waa a fraat uccaaa. Tba altndanowa very
larya. John aavac was ainnauatloailf raeetfed.
RaaolaUona war adopted BoadamnlaaT th cruel Uee
praeUoad upon pollUcal priaoaara by th Brttlah Oov
arnmanl, and th raoaat aoaotment by PMliamaat for
tba fovrnmat of rralaad
Tba aagro kborars oqlhaNaw Orlaana Java are
Tb (Jhloaaro aljb beat th La club at baa bail la
New Orlaana yesterday by a oar of II t 14.
Charlea W, Urouks, ooaaul of China at Baa rrsaalMo,
l la ii aw or.
Tb United BtaU aUHUaer Tuaoaror baa arrived
Havana, la Mnvor tb Diet a tor t Kay VTaaL,
Oeaeral nhartdan waa tn Bait Lak laat alahl aa aa.
tdMuaUaai 1 '
irr UnaJrlTUdan, on of th most dUUa-uUbad
phyatouuM In ifti(-AAjVrt In Bandnaky yetar
Th wUl of th lets D taboo Klaaalar waa ad mi tied to
prubat in uiaoiaaau yeaterday jie UH BlUtn la real
aetata and frJMB la pavaonal proptrty, all to bi arlf.
Th fortieth aml-annnal ooofereno of tha Mormon
Jhanh anaad a Bait Lea on Bundar It I
that fort Inouaaad of tha Batata atUodad.
Tbe Blbl HMlelr
Th WaaainaUm Cltv Bible 801007 met atln.B
laatviM at thYoun; Men's ChrUUan Aaaoelatloa
Toeau, noraer of Nlalh and V traela, Hon, rtt Pan
kr la th chair
After readhuj tba flat paalm and prayer by Andrew
Bothwau. to roU wa called rreeonli Heaara. far
bar, Campbell. Reu.wll. 11 T WhHa, A B. Pr
Fort. lUUestynav N. W. BanhaU, la J Ilotbroob, War.
raafJhoato. B II fhlaamaU and lUv Mr PI tier.
Dr Parker BUUd that baaouU b abaaot from th
oily roc Bom Urn. ta would prooaoiy not cava tn
nrhUaawof maatlu Ihetmard for snm anontba. ll
ipraiiad blB cratiaoaUon, and mada som ramarki la
rararane to to nut aiaaouraa neuverea oaiora tarn
Blbl Boclaly at IU aaalreraary meeunf at the roundry
ehtrab, at Baada aveoia. May lat, bp Itv Byron
BaaderUnd, D, 1. Hthoohtll ahould bpubUahd
in pampniav mnm,
II MiJInll. 11 au
Maaofaaif, That th thanVl of thla Borlety ba tendered
totr BnnderUnd and ban lor V,IUoy for their able
and timely addraaaaa upon that oooai
opla be ruuatd fur imbll cation.
fht nuiUnn nf Mr Ballaatlra. It WB
upon tnat oooaaion, ana
JiMnfvail, That tha aodraaaea b publlahad In t
UrtoHAi. lutruaucaa paper of thla olty, and tb
an hundred BuiAe b atTMh eff I pamphlet form
th, motion. Mr Ballaatya and Warren UhoaU war
appolaUd a aommltta tn eupmintaad Ih priaUna;
' m.. .uuIiImI alalnd OiaL Lha would ha mat
by prltat fundi, and a bandeome aubeoriptlvo waa
mad on lbs spot by tho praaant.
Twd doaetr tiata mania war araotad to a mlaaloa
aobool oorner of Twenty-aeoood and K Btru
A UL1-A Am AI.A fc.HM
Tb ireeearef atatad that ftlfi had bean reteired
fimtoMthodUtPratetai4okrcbon Ninth atraat
for tb) Boowiy , ,
Aftarprayvbyll B, jVbjU th aoclty adjourpeJ
AlsxaaOria and Vicinity.
Tlie (lairtte of yesterday eeulug aaysi
Hzsama. Hla T, John T Blreb, II B, Wibert and
pa, have dtvUeafuia aounvy of AJeiandrie. oalalueaf
d the aounvy of AJaiandita,oalldaaf
lri, bilo three aovaaMpa, aa foUowii
anclnj at tb north! boundary of
tha elty of Ajaaaoana, m
rutomao nvar, ma
river northwardly to a
4T. tliano amitU 4nW,
oonty, thane alona aaid county Ilea to tha aoulhwi
aery linear Aiuuananv ine rwmaiauiaii
of ihU county U divided Into twe lownehlp bi
Una runnlna aeroaa lb county,
ik mil ilmalimi awUi hi 1
eommvnolnc at Ilia
it to tn oounoaiy
Una of Aleiandria and talrfai eountlea, one of tbeui to
be oajlad ArUBton and tb other Waalilnatwa.
Tu rnulalnlinn Ikmlia nu InLhui tltaa ahm a faillnAi
iff In the while vol of but (ear, particular! In th
rtral. Third, and Jroaru. warda. The Irat ward ltd
tvtiita volea derit lent 1 Haonnd wbm, W deactaut . 1 bird
ward. Ill daHolantt'rourth ward, V8 daAoloni, Tha
ewlored, raglatraUun la maoli laraar Uuui tha white,
eeiupared with but year, and It la hoped Uie whito
vatar la the dltfataot warda wiU atert tbamaetvafl 10
niurrow and endeavor to (ot out th fall vol. If thy
deniri.Uieymayaipaotlu b baatan In anma of th
warda at Ui omnlAg eloellon. 1 ba buuka ctoaa at aan
AlTTTUlHoilof Mr Alfred lCUlaeUfeU down naar
tho oorner uf A U red and Ovooooo aireata yeatarday
aveulna and dlalooated bU altiow )olut, A Ut'le buv.
tuecaildol air jamea oioan,aooi uuwaieara oiu.
fell down naar tha aara plan aou af taraard, and cut
hla head aevaraly
ii-wnw na tlAVna Utalr amuLivad at Lha BaluW
ahoraa on tha PutiHaBO hav ratanied to thla altyaoma
a a very bupaounlary cwidlUon. Tb eervtoea of Ui
maaUuaiaa Lava been Bought by autaeof them loeeour
their but a Ihalr niployera war aa bad off aa
they ware, noUilnf ouuld b dona In th pramlaaa,
Lawekmck BniiNiun, of SU Albans, wide
ly known In political clrcliA died yesterday
nttrnlng at iWpellcr, N II , at the age of
t'ncrf,.leul I'lrnral.n I HlrbwanJ, Ya.
uninaay morning la-t a partr left thla
city, via the Orange, Alexandria, and Ma'
ana me ibcsancake and Ohio fail-
toads, for tho purpose, of vUitlnt' Richmond,
The party consisted of tho following-named
Hon. 0. W Booker, V 1 Hon D D. Pratt,
U. 8 Senator, and wife, Indiana; Hon. 0 8
Orth, M C , wife, son, and daughter, Indi
ana; Gen Japcr Packard, M. C , and wife,
Indlanai Hon. H. C. Bimhard,M C. and
wife, Illinois) Hon. John A. Grlswold. M, C ,
and wllo. New Yorki Gov David Bntlcr, Ne
braska Hon, John Taffa, M. C, Ncbrnska;
Hon It A Reeves, M. C, New Yorki Gen.
Amasa Cobb, M. (!, Utsconaln; Hon. 8. F
Nuckolls, M 0 , Wyoming! Hon Joseph Se
gar, lrglnlat Kdward 8. Dana, Asplstant
CWk Houso of RcprescnUiUTes, wife and
son, Matnei John J PlatL Assistant Ckrk
House of RcnrcscntatUes, Maine Irving F
Willis, ot tho Cincinnati Comnnreinti and
Major GeorroB F.1y, of New York
Leaving Washmgton at fVSA a. tn. and
Alexandria at atout 8 o'clock, the party were
wlftly born onward part many hbnorlc points
of the lata rebellion, and reached Gordons
vllle abont 1 o'clock n. m.. where thfv lunched
Htnd changed cars, and reached Richmond,
alter a moat agreeable journey, at p. ra.
A ftermmoBt cordial welcome and renerrme
dinner at the Exchange hotel they vtlud the
Slate House, the scene of the recent great
calamity, where, among other sad sight,
they saw abont one hundred hats of the dead
and wounded bf the fearful 27) h of April,
which li-d been rescued from tha ri.frf, torn
and mashed Into many stupes by tho falling
tlmbcraand celling After viewing different
portions of the building and the magnificent
Washington momnnent, with the Qvo bronze
statuary In the grounds, and the Clay statue,
the party retired to the hotel fcrtho night,
where the worn tamed bv Ilim. Worthlnirton
C. Binlth. M. a, wife anil daughter, of Ver
mont, ana uon, r.. m. , niton, 01 t., ana
wife, of MlnnesoU, who had arrlred via
On Satnrdayinornlngthe party proceeded
lncarriagea to visit nearlr-all points of In
tereat In the city, thoroughly Inspecting Llbby
Prison and Castle Thunder, wlicre so many
brave Union soldiers suffered' during the war,
and St. Jnhn'e church, where Patrick Henrv
deUvered his famous oration tho executive
mansion of Jefferson Davis t the Monumental
chnrebv on tha site of Uie old theatre, burned
tn 1811 with great loss of life) the Tredegar
Iron Works t Hollywood cemetery, which La
a, most beautiful spot, and where were no
ticed the tomb of rVcsident Monroe, the graves
of Gen. A. P. Hilt, Stonewall Jackson, Gen.
JK. B. Stuart, of cavalry fame, and a son of
Jefferson Davit, wha fell from the piazza roof
or rui mansion, ana was uiiieti. at lucnmotw.
andwliosa monument was "erected by the
little bora and irlrbi of the southern caiiiUL"
iicrvj niso were ouncu men 01 uie conicaer
ate dead, and a pyramldlcal monument of
nndrented granite, soma lwcnty-fl, e feet
sonare at the base, and thlrtr foci In liclirhL
has been erected to their memory by the
ladles of Virginia. From Hollywood a
charming view was had of the rapids In the
Jafnea rirer, Belle Island, Manchester, and the
crmntryon Uie aouth of the Jame. From
Chnirn HUL neap bu Jnhna church, was also
had a marnlflcteat view of the Jauiea trclow
lurjunonu, ana 01 a large wriion 01 ine nty
Itself, After riding over all portions' of the
city and noticing too great Improvements and
handsome store and other buildings erected
la that portion of the city, burned on "cracu
atlon day," the party vbltcd twin honses of
Uie General Asaemblr In stwlon at tlve Ex
cliange Hotel and Ballard House, and were
cordially received and welcomed by IU mem-
hers, 'iney were joinco ny uon 11 u, uai
klnM.C and wife, of N. Y and Hon. Kras-
tus Wells. M. C. and wife, of Mo., who had
arrival vin noruxK,
Other points were lslted In the evening,
and the most oi Hie party returned on Sunday,
arriving here about 0 o'clock
arriving here about 0 u clock n. m. deeptr
grail fled with their trip, and with tho kind
ness and friendly spirit with which liter were
rwclvcd and entertained br tha member of
the IiCirisIaturo and other Dromlncnt dtlzcns
of Virginia, and by tho proprietors. of. tba
hotel, and Willi the general spirit of concilia
Uou and fratcrnltv manifested br the SouUiern
(Hwplo generally with wbuni Uiey aaaoclatcd
wniie at lucuuiuuu, nun nuu tuu uunni ex-
pressed lor rostoraiioii of permanent icace.
and a revival of the prosperity and Industrial
puraiuia ut tuni btjcuou uj tno intruti union 01
norincrn, rapiuti ana rjnicrpnse.
OndltUn wC winter tiro I a.
Through the courtesy of Commissioner Ca-
proo, of the Department of Agriculture, w e
ba.e received an advance proof ot tho report
for March and April of the statistical division
under the charge of D. R. Dodge, esq , tn
rclaUon to the condition of winter grains, Ac.,
from which we gather Uie following)
While Uie appearance of wheat is by no
means as promUlnif as It waa last rear, tho
difference is duo more to Inckwarducss of
growui, caused by late pl&uUng followed by
an cany winter, wnirn buowhi ui ikuq more
than germination Itcforo cold wcatlur stt In.
than to Injuries from freezing. The mild
wcaUier and Light snows of tbe a Inter wheat
region were accompanied wtUi few sudden
changes tn Uie earlier winter monUts, while
the colder and rougher weather of later winter
waa attended with heavier snow, which fur
nished valuablo protection at a eriUeal season.
The regular returns were prepared about
the first 0? April. Tho tenor of later Informa
tion s-lTce assurance of a ceucral and ranld
nineUoratlon, which way yet result, the sea
aon farorinir. In a fine crou of winter wheat.
Throughout New JCnglaod the crops, norcr
apanaoiutrij imporvuj tmc, aucnui to'itaro
done well, although tho late snows had hardly
allowed an opportunity to Judge with ac
curacy. In New York and New Jersey and Pennsyl
vania Uui late fall waa not favorable, and
some was winter-killed, but tho prospecta ara
Gnerally encouraging. Delaware and Mary
fid will not come up to tlio a, erage. From
Virginia tho reports are very favorable, as
mcy are irom norm ann doqui laroiioa.
Through Uie Bonthcrn tier of States the quan
tity sown Is not large, other crops being cou
sUIered more profitable.
Tennessee and Kentucky will probably pro
duco an average crop. In WeetVlrcinla sow
inir was ncncraUv late, cold weather camo
eariy, ana tua Kruwui uinuo wn Binnu, ana
In places woak and winter-killing resulted to
. .". -J-.A.. '.. "..!..
A majority 01 mo counuosoi unio repotting
rrorfliicnt wheat and rvo as unnromlslmr In
aiqwarancc, below an average, or "not so
good as lost year," SU1I tho reports do not
idicatedUaslrouAwtutorkllLIng, which would
render Impossible a giud crop. Michigan
sends generally favorable reports.
r rom hudou j u rvjunvu uiat ua plant
ing waa late, the ground, too, generally badly
prepared, germination, therefore, Irregular,
and tho winter coming earlier than usual, a
poor show of Yitiak plants too often resulted.
Under such clrcunieUnoos, Uie freezing and
thawing of a comparatively open winter was
somewhat disastrous. Ycl there were fanners
who got In their winter grain early on well
prepared land, and some of Ucm upon soil
well drained, either naturally or by artificial
moans, and tho ccsult, despite the changes of
mi open winter, was. aeon in green and lgo
rvus wheat. Fields that were manured were
also exempt from the ravages of tho frost
kings. Thea inggtstl, a fact amar 3 ear by
) car, and It Is a pity Uiat such hints are nut
more generally taken by the farmers.'
The same la substantially lha report from
Indiana, although one oorrcspondent addst
"In tho spring of Idol the appearance was
most unfavorable up to tho 1st of May, and
that year we had the best wheat crop Dial I
have wn during a residence of o,er forty
j ears In UiU neighborhood. M
Wisconsin. Minnesota. Iowa, and Nebraska
grow but llttio winter grain, depending mostly
upon spring sowing. No Statu sends more
riieermg n turns mnn tvansas. Dcarcciy a
complaint appears from any county This
stems to to mainly atlrtbutaUe to the rare
and ludinnent used In Dutllmr In the rron.
California Tho prospect Ls fine for another
irood cron In this irreat whcat-crowlnir Suie.
A. romparatlrcld dry winter was feared, but a
sumcicni ram-iau ior a goou crop mis open
1 he Territories Where grown the pniwi
Is generally favorable. In Montana spiiug
wheat Is generally a more certain crop, though
the wlutu variety at present looks well It Is
looklnir well In Wfuhlnirton Territory. Iu
Utah n ports are not uniform, but centrally
Tub body of Barney Brady, a workman at
the Cambridge glass-works, was found In
Charlea river on Sunday with a wound near
the temple, and Uio absence of his watch and
money warrants the suspicion that he has
been robbed and murdered It was known
that be had 9100 lu his ponsceion on Saturday
Tub court of Annapolis adjonrnwl on Sat
urdav to the first of Juno, and Ihu case of
iienry, auaa rtimrou lucuarus, uiuirieu ior
Iba tnunlerof (Wwiall.les In I'rlnefliiAortrea
county lu July, ItXW, goea oer uutU that
TIIR MePAniLAND TUXAI.
tatmrfwe C'rwwd tafJanrt Araaaaent af (lm
baan far Uafeac-.
New Yorc, May 9 Tlicro la an Immense
crowd at tho court to-day, locludlng many
ladles. Mr Graham continue for the defence.
He reminded Uie Jury that McFarlalnd's pre
vious attempts on Richardson' life should
have no weight with them, because ho had
not been proved sano at the time. 1 le also re
minded tho Jury of tho casual manner In
which McFarland met Richardson In Uie
TWfMnr office, and Blinded to a special Provi
dence which seems to direct tho bullet of an
Injured husband, and which shows tho moral
IuBtlce of the case. AnoUicr point to bo torne
n mind was the fart that the prosecution had
dubbed Mrs. McFarland with the name of her
paramour, without establishing any legal
deiii 10 mat ciaim. Again, uie proaccuiion
failed to show Uiat Mrs. McFarland had
earned any money after separation from her
iiusoanu, ana mo presumption wasmaisne
waa supported all that tune by Richardson
The counsel Uicn condemned tlie attempt to
Impeach Uie testimony of Mrs. Callaghan as
to the presence of Mrs. McFarland In Jersey
City, and maintained that this attempt had
utterly failed. In truth, Mr. McFarland waa
then ensconced In Mrs. Gilbert house with
her paramour, and her friends tried to keep
her presence a secret. Coming to Uie event
Itself, It will bo seen that the evidence of the
nroaecntlon leaves Uie matter In a very doubt
ful and confused state. All the witnesses were
from the Tribune offlcn, and It waa notorious
that all Uie attaches of that paper were Impli
cated In Uie freo-lova transaction. In fact,
the Tribune Ls arraigned In this court, and all
those emptoyed In the odea are Interested In
clearing the paper from the charge made
against It. Again, Interested wltnesse In the
TrtOHfie office wished to have It believed Uiat
McFarland waa In Uie office fifteen minute,
In order to make out that he was perfectly
sedate In his mind. The counsel, after read
ing some evidence, argued that McFarland
met Richardson Immediately after he entered
The shooting waa really lnsUnUneofl, and
tbe eonf aston In the office was so great Uiat
Uiey were unable to state anything with cer
tainly about the case. These wttnessea were
determined to hang McFarland, and they give
their testimony solely for Uiat end. Richard
son, too, according to tho evidence, gave bis
pistol wrapped In flannel to his friend. In or
der that the public might imagine that be was
assassinated whtta unarmed and unprepared
to defend himself.
The counsel then mentioned sercral occa
sions In which McFarland could have shot
Richardson If he had any such intention, but
the fact waa he had no such lo ten lion while
he had any control over hla mind.
The proncruunn ear It was cowardice on
hla pari, that he quailed before Rkhardeon
eye, but this Is an Inhuman assertion. . ,
An injurea nuooana couia noi qnau nciore
thai m ttt the seducer of his wife.
The counsel then reviewed the life of M
Farland and his gradual rise from a mechanic
to tho position of lawyer. In 1850 he was
worth tw.ooo In gold, he lived chiefly In New
ora, oni ne wan rninca ut iiib utoq specuia
Uons In the est. He U rewarded for his
services to the Republican party with the re
sponsible position as commissioner of enroll-
This was tn 16C3. Since he has alwar bad
at least (3 a day, and his wife bad no right to
refuse to love him because he was not able to
support her In luxury. There Is nothing
strange In the fact that bis wife contributed
to me support 01 ine lamuy. me plot to de
stroy this man Is fiendish. In ordinary cases
01 eioping uie wue leaves ner cuuaren Denina.
nun reni unon me nimro ratreu to meet iticn-
ardson. and U10 prosecution failed tn prove
Uiat she had any histrionic talents. She left
Uiat stage soon after she had abandoned her
hiuhana. and the poalUon of the lnlured hus
band Is peculiarly nnhappy. If he sue for
damages he is craven. If lie kills tho scduct r
of his wifuJie Is sent to Uie gallows.
Tlio counsel then cited a case In which tho
Jury awarded tlO.OOO to a man who had wit
nessed his wife's dishonor. In this case Uie
Judge hod set aside Uil verdict because It
would no merely an cocuurnKcuicut tu vice
Tba oounael thra allnded to the clrcnmitAncea
under which Mrs, McFarland left her hus
band. Her Intellect waa carried away by tho
flattery ot Richardson, and she longed for
money to allow her to enjoy society and life
In elegance. There waa no trouble In their
married life, and nothing to Justify a separa
tion. Richardson gets Into the house at No. 73
Amity street, and there Is every opportunity
for their adulterous Intercourse. McFarland
one day caught her leaving Richardson's
room, ana repnmanaeu ner, duo maae 11 up.
McFarland left Uie bouse, and when he re
turned his wife was at Blnclalr s, and his boy
Danny on his way toBoaton, The wretched
man leaves Uia home where his Ufa waa
wrecked, and In a short Utne Mrs. McFarland
returned, so Uiat sho and Rlchardaon might
" bin ana coo " to uieir beans s content. All
Uiese considerations frenzied McFarland
Tho counsel then proceeded to comment on
some paasaKc irom Aire, auauuna letters,
and charged her with being Instrumental tn
canslng the separation between McFarland
and Iiu wife.
The counsel tben read some of Mrs. Sin
clair's letters. In whU h. like Mr. Calhonn.
ano proivaee gusuing anocuon ior rs. .Mc
Farland, and tried to Induce her lo leave her
husband, and afterwards to remove Perev
from under his fathcr'a charge, and yet these
two women knew nothing that could Justify
separation between McFarland and his wife.
Mrs, Calhoun's action waa Instigated by re
rrnire for an lmairlned sUirht Innict&l on bor
by McFarland, who on one occasion showed
dlxnleasnre at seeing her with his wife. Mrs.
Calhoun Uircw oil all womanly feeling of
mercy aud kindness, and tried to do likewise,
Aa the result of this Interference, Mr. McFar
land U now a ruined man, on trial for his
After the separation, while McFarland was
leading a wretubed life, Mr. McFarland was
going In sllka and enjoying life. Ho tben re
viewed the lasaalty fjeetlntony, claiming that
It waa fnll nrmnil
In reference to tba threats made by McFar
iana agaiuei tuexutraaota, none 01 uta rorty
wnowltneawesfnr the defence who had been
cU'fldcnt of hla locoberoat ravings about his
tnUeigr. ever heard bins utter any threats, but
a handful- nf Interested witness eama for.
ward and redtsV a&--i hlch tler fry
tni uinuu uj iuiu laiiuua uiucb. was
apparent all during tho trial that some person
was prompting Uie counsel for the prosecution
wbo was acquainted with the most minute
particulars of Mrs. McFarland's life. This
could have been no other than Mrs. McFar
land, and here ls seen the horrible spectacle
wife exerting herself to Jiang her husband.
Tho iMmlUon of the Jury was a most Impor
tant and responsible one. They ahould meet
It aa fathers and husbands. A beauUful spec
tacle was presented to Uiera a home In
ruins." Tho Jurors should bear lu mlud that
home may not bo desolated with Impunity.
Womau'a purity 1 a tower of strcngtli, but
all are tanght to pray against being led Into
temptation. A virtuous woman Is Uie most
glorious object in creation aa described In Uie
sublime words of Holy Writ.
To-morrow the prosccuUon sums up.
Tub Opinion Xattonate. of Paris, veaterdar
notes the extreme quiet, even solemnity of the
voiuig on Sunday turouguout tuo njnpiro.
The Loudon Xtwi of yesterday anthorita
Uuly contradicts the rumors nf John Bright
contemplation resignation from tho cabinet.
At St. Fetersbuho oue ChUckow, laborer,
has been arrested, charged with tho murder of
I'risco D'Aronburg 1 his man w as ouco em
ployed by tho Prince. It Is said the proofs
against him are couUushe.
The United States Indian Commissioner
has called a con.enUon to meet at Cooper In
stitute, Now York, on the 18th of May, to pro
mote reform tn tha Indian administration and
to siutaln President Grant lu Ids Indian
The venerable James Platte, president of
Lake Ontario NaUonal Bank, formerly Bute
Senator, and first mayor of the city, dlwl at
Oswego, N Y , Sunday, at the age of eighty
tin co Ho WAS a aou uf benlas l'bilte.
one of the Ii'adhiJ nun of the Stale during
the resolution, and after whom Pluiuburgli U
mn 3iAro tiiK noh,k iiui
1 aartber luui obtained frmn tb Orpin
Wamhtnal, n maintv. In Uia llialrlclnf ilJ
i- uourt OI
Laatamaitarynn the personal est at of JanbD
Wl.lal of Weehlna-tou eonntv afuraaald, da.
aji paranaa DSviaf eiaima aaainat uis aaia aeceaaea are
hereby warned to stblblt Uia sante. with tha voucher
thereof, to UioBubMriberoa or beor tha aula dsyof
April neitiUiey may otherwlae by law ba eieluded
f pm a3 bencpt of th uld eetat.
Ulvaa andar my band this kith day of April, 1870.
Sp-TMvr JOHN DKAl.'ONVlUeculor,
1 anrlbar haa nbtAlnad from lha Orohaa'
ihn Oonrt of
Watlitnjrtoa eounty.ln tha Dwtrict of Oulutubla, Wltars
or aAiminuirsiion on uia poraooai aaiaio oi o
MUttfOf JlMKS W
SthBT, Ut of Wsahluaton oounty
II ttaraiina bavin claim aaaiaat
Mil" HUnWHU. B)BATnU,
laaiaat th oald deceaaed
ara harabr warned lo Bshtbltlua same, with tha vonob
eta tbareof, to the subscriber, oa or bofora tha aula day
ot April uetl, they may otberwla by law b scludad
I t.. r.li Uuiini Lha aald aai
U1i,a,in .-, T-'riivir cr.::i.v.
THE NEWS UY CABLES.
ParlUaaeat Prawec'a1ln-lnbaa Affair In
the lla rl'nnmana-Th tmtc inrbt
Los pox. May 0 In Uie House ot Lords
Earl Granville said no further newt had been
rccclred from Canada concerning Red River
The naturalization bill was taken up. The
amendments of the House of Commons were
concurred In, and the bill was passed.
In the House of Commons Mr. Otway, In
reply to a question of Mr. Gilpin, said Uie
Spanish Government was fully able to subdue
the Insurrection In Cuba.
Tlio Insurgents bad no Important place.
The Interference of her Majesty's Governmcat,
wldch had twen suggested, would be Inoppor
tune. 110 promised that the Oovcmment
would not fall to seize any occasion lo miti
gate the horror of civil war, and It would t
highly desirable to hare the co-operation pf
the United Slate. 1
The IIoum resumed the Irish land bill.
mainly on technical and legal points. There
was hut tlUle Interest manifested.
Marquis Huntington asked for leave to In
troduce a bill amending the laws relaUve to
Cowes, Isle or Wiqiit. May 9 The
yachts Sappho and DaunUes are off shore
opposite Uils place, and Uie Cambria led her
dock at 5 sop. m.
Maret has lieen selected as umpire for Um
Cambria, and Henry Brodson for Uie Sappho.
The weather Is flue to-night wlUi Uie promt
of plentr of wind to-morrow.
There Is every prospect of a fair start at 7
In Uie morning. The point of departure la
yet undecided. To correct a popular error;
the oOlctal measurement of Uie yacht Cam
bria ha lccn , erlflcd 188 tons by ZJgglns of
Uie Royal Thames Yacht Club.
Fit AN (E.
Tbe Flca.aWlnMAaltolnaa.ted Majority m
aiwvivw ivr nr iiiTrniBiTai-A tssBfi
f CaUam-Trwablr In Purl.
Paris, May 94 p. ro. Tbe return fool
up for Uie plobtscltum yes, 7,13d,3S8f no,j
j,wM,ot.. ine vote 01 ine array, as rar aa
known, stands yes, 210.900: no, ftfiGQft. Iti
ts estimated, without counting the rote of tho
arToaojascmcnu, tuo army, uie nary, ana ai
gtcrs, tin Government will have a majority of
The excitement has been Intense all day,
but there ha been no dlslurlianco wbatetcr.
Military precaution are continued. '
A council ot Ministers was held to-day) tho
Emperor presided. It Is reported, as the re-'
suit of Uie uVllbcraUon, ibst Uia Ministers
will lender their resignations to-morrow, and
thai OlUvler will be charged by the Emperor
with Um JbnnaUon of a new Cabinet.
The Emperor has complimented the Prefect
of Police for his succcm In malntalng public
Victor Hugo has lieen cited to appear be
fore the tribunal, for an article tn the Eapjvl
exciting hatred and contempt for Uie florern
ment Paris, May 010 p. m Barricades were
thrown up this evening In the Faubourg du
Temple, but were carried by Uie troops. It Is
asserted that Um troop fired on the people.
Tbe other parts of Part ara quiet.
Canfllcilnaj Iteawrfa nflbe HealaflM-P-
vamalrt Arraanta frwan the KTlnllaalal
The BxerntUn rlaenrin
New York, May t. A Havana special to
uie iniAtne, dated May 7, aaysi Gen. Dolcou
rta was tried by court-marUal last evening,
and waa garoted this morning to satisfy Uie
volunteers and open the way for the re
turn of DeRoda. Tho Captain General Is
much annoyed at hla failure to extinguish la
inrrectloa In the Camaqney district.
The Spaniard hare butchered families at
Pcurlo Principe In revenge for Uie escape ot
Uictr Cuban relatives to rejoin Uie patriot in
the field. The patriot force command the
enure Clnquo YLUaa district, and occupy the
eastern portion of tho Santo Eptratn Juris
Tha Spaniards ban been routed In every
direction, and are now closed In at Mauzautto,
Trlnadad, Clanfugas, Morcu, and SanUago.
The work of do, aalatlon ha been fairly In
augurated In Uie districts of Colon and
Sagna. The Spanish authorities are unable
to prevent Uie disorganization of Utelr ad
herents, though they are making every effort
to rally their forces and give an appearance
of harmony to Uie situation. With the flnan-
clal employee Uva cry ot "iSauMaviprrtT'l
ts general, and Uiey seize everything within
their reach. The city of Havana Is tranquil.
Havana, May 0. Official dUiwtchce from
Pcurto Principe represent that the Insurgent
army haa disappeared from Camaguey dis
trict. Gonzales Varota, chief of staff of the
rebel General Agramontn, and Paymaster
Morale hare been captured and executed.
Sixteen of the Insurgent came to Pcurto
Principe and surrendered.
The gunboats at Guajaba Key. bare discov
ered and destroyed another rebel craft; no
one was on board.
Havana May IU-Some ot Uie principal
htdlesln Puerto Principe havo signed their
pames to an address calling on their relative
la the Inanrren; rani to return and enjoy
berty under the Spanish government.
New York, May 9. Tbe Tammany cott
vcnUon met at tho wigwam at noon to day.
The building waa crowded. Mr. Tweed at
Uie opening of the proceedings, made con
temptuous allusions to the Young Democracy.
The following nominations were made:
Judges of Uie court of Common rieas , H W.
Robinson, J. F Daly, Richard L. Larrcmore,
andC II. Van Brunt, Marine court: George
Shea, W H. Tracy, and Y. J, Joachlmscn
The convention adjourned till to morrow,
when fifteen aldermanlo candid a tea will be
AnMker Hall Aaalut the Unltlmiarn nd Ohl
Baltimorr, May 9 A suit has been com
menced lu Uie Superior Court In this city by
the State of Maryland agajuit the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company to recover tho
amount of goldo.er currency Jn hlch tho
State has been paid lia G per cunt JuUrcet on
dl . Idends guaranteed by Uie company pre
ferred stock owned by Uie Slato at pressed,
amonntlng to nearly 3,000,000.
The claim Is based on tho recent deeUlonuf
the United States Supreme Court that all con
tracts for money made prior to the date of the
legaHeudcr act of I8d3 are pa) aide Iu gold
A KerWwa kairan
Atlanta, May 9 Norrls, Uio sheriff of
Warren rotinti. wlio aen.iitivl bribe from
l.,,,..!,. .Ul.u munlerol SunA.or
,.Un... on- ...,,. .n,v jt-h.,..., .-.. beioreuecouidget away two ui iou -(,v-and
(unOnid In thebarrutks by order of flen 1 ran Into the hearse, bnaklin. the wlietlsof
lerry It Is reported that tho persona who
paid Uie bribe wlU alro tie arruhtcd.
Tub London Times of vesbirdav under
stands that Uia warning to German rajdJaUaU
against Uie American bond aune from the
North German consul at Now York, North
racinc railway ana Honduras! iwnds, tbe
t iwa an j a, ara tmpuciaUiy lauot tea.
The evening paper of Pari yesterday an
nounce the inarriafre, at Pau, t K Guiuve ha
kltte to Kate VanderbUt Parker, grand
daughter of Commodore VanderbUt, of New
Th London Homing Pott .fycsrday an-
nAKTiiui hn tuilKlT.al .xt Intll fh rbv aQd UM
I Marchioness of pallsbury
TUB IIKVM (INTENTION.
A Mnwtll In fir- f'np Cnrklliitf bvrr lfc
latnttllnralUa Nallntrafrr falrd IKIvrr
lb Itaw.i a lUnble-tirndrd .lnnlrr Prax
Nrw Yona May 0 V meeting of the Na
tional Woman s Suffrage AwMKlathm, pr-Ilm-Inary
to the annlverairy Lvmorrtnt waa hi M
IhlACirnlng In the parlor of II omft.i'a
Ixircau, Twenty-third street
Theodora Tiiton'a protioiiHIitti for a unlm
of the American and National oniau s S jf
frage assuclatlona was tho priori)! toj-le ot
discussion, tn which Mrs. Stanton, Mk An
thony, Sirs. France Minor, president of iho
Missouri Woman's Suffrage asaorlailun, Mia
Phnrbe Coxzcns and oUiers joined
Mrs. Sunton sioke forcibly of Uki Tiiton'a
plan, Insisting however that the presidency ot
Uie United association should t held by a
woman, for w blrlj ponlilon she earnestly sus
tained Mrs. Anthony
The other speakers were generally opposed
to consolidation, some, however, advocating
union and a double-headed 1 residency -ono
from each sex Miss Anthony and Mrs. Rob't
Dale Owen were particularly severe on tba
Boston organisation, and the leaders chat no
icrlzcd the movement as narrow lu Its Mi"v
foeMe In lis efforts, and iiirJiaiilml in iu
Mn Stanton peremptorily decline to serve
longer as president of Iho National Associa
tion MH bd let rraMrwtant Cnnrcrrare) In Haiti
Baltimore. May 9 The General Confer
ence of Uie McUiodlst ProtcaUnt Chnrrh re
sumed It session to-day, with a consideralila
addlUon of members.
The usual religious sen Ice were conducted
by Rev Dr. Boutberland.
A memorial on tha subject el trmperanoa
waa presented and referred.
The proposlUon to attach a portion of tho
North Carolina district to Uie HoUton district
was referred to the committee on boundaries.
A resolution to altollsh the probationary
state tn Uie Church was referred to tho Judi
A proposlUon for various change In dUl
pltne was also referred to Uie same commute,
Rcr. Dr. Dewcray offered a resolnUon de
claring Uiat from Information laid before tba
conference It appears that the body 1s cloU.cn
with conventional powers amply full lo mako
change In the constltuUon of Uie Church.
Without conventional power tho conferonco
can only make changes In the discipline, and
not In tbe fundamental laws.
This resolution elicited protracted dcbat
and finally was withdrawn, and a resolution
by Dr, Bales, requiring Uie committee on con
stituent conference to report Immediately
what conference have vnted for a conven
tion, was adopted.
A resolution that tho boards of the Wet I
Virginia conference be extended so as In em
brace the original Muskingum dWrict, OhVv
On motion of Dr C W Button, a cornmli-
tee ot Ssa. was ordered to consider the
memorial from the conference relative to th
question of union between tbe Mrthndbt
Protestant Church ami Methodist Fplsrupal
The conference lien adjourned.
METIIODINT ETlHCOPAf. C III Iff II.
Uaaerml fnftrre f tbe rbnrra. Nweuh.
The reneral conference of tbe MeUiodbt
EnLaooiml Church South, held lu Memidiii.
wa called to order by Bishop Payne
Hisuop Anarcws aeiivcrrn n snort auarrsn.
advising conservatism In all their onions, and
to make as few thangct as possible In tho
next four years. He then referred lu the
North Methodist Journals and their abuses of
him. and aald bo did not like the manner of
our editors lu glorifying one another, and
thought their energies should be duvoted lo
glorifying God, and not themselves.
Lmie r mo can ii itjuk-ii'iht, annua uu-
mortals and itlllons were offered and aipro
priatcly referred. Including one f rom Hit h
mond for the abolition of the office of pre
siding elder, and Uie admlrtslon of the laity 1
UIO council oi I'larnqm, nnu hxiih'viiiiak tua
committee on re,blon to liuiulre Into Uie ex-
Cdlencynf restricting the veto imwir of tha
hoM for a dUtslon of Urn Meinphln confer
ence, and for selecting a person to write ilm
Ufa of tlw UU UUluip mlo A rwaulutbHi
was adopted Uiat after the Hth Inst, no reso
lutions or memorials shall lie referred, and
one to adjourn sine die ou Uie 23d.
THE (JURAT HAH. MTOK3I AT FINKA.
The haU storm at Phlladclt, hla, on Sunday
afternoon, wa truly terrific, and Uie daniagu
Is csUmated at half a million of dollars. Tim
Jjfdfjer In It account says t
The weather, often alternatlnir durhuriho
morning between sunshine and clouds with
UlTTaUCnca nun, nt inat nuiuiiiawM m
o'clock la a sudden sliowcr, whleh wa at first,
Isclleved to be no more than the ordinary sum
mer storm The vane on the State IIoum,
Immediately before Uie storm gave the direc
tion of Uie wind as from Uie rwsrtlicaat, whlln
tbe clouds were drifting f nan th south went,
while another current of lighter rhanuter
was rapidly appnmehing frntn till another
At the time named Um two Unite met, and
the wind suddenly veering to Uas nmthwest.
Iben ensued Uie storm of wind, rain hall
which made the day a tTjemorable me
Tha hail-atone fell wlUiuut Intenubwduo hw
fifteen minute, and mada It dangerous for
human beings to even venture Into ihc open
streets. The horse attached to tbe paavarnger
car became alarmed at the violence of tho
storm, and Ui severe treatment they roceherl
lo their exposed condlUon, and the drhrra
had conslderabto difficulty In controlling tha
Car windows shared the same lata with
those In dwelling houses, and except on street
where plate-glass Is used, there are but few
nouses wi in a noniicrnur awu-in i"uro
Uiat do not bear evidence to the damage done.
Tree also suffered. Lca.es aud hranehr
were cut from Uie trunks as though with a
knJe, and tho sidewalks were cohered with
Uie green shoots and twigs.
All classca of buildings suffered In broken
panes, eepcclslly tbe hot house and plioto
From tLSOOto 11.600 will 1 required to
repair the loss sustained by tho breaking of
Uie glass tn Mr. Dryburgh's liot-housu In
Cherry street, below EighkvnUi
The splendid hot-house of Mr. Llpi tncott,
at Broad and Walnut street, was completely
riddled, aud Uie Plants much damaged. Tho
storm was very destructive to Uie crape vino
la all part ot Uie city, and no doubt as far ba
the storm extended.
Tbe churches appear toha,o suffend se
rf rety. On Uie west front of tlio r anncr'a
market 678 targw lights were broken, 13.1 on
the troriaa front, aud mar 000 smaller panes
U the skylk-nt, making over 1,413 light
broken In this Lulldlng. In Uie adjoining
maritetiouse, at the corner of TweWth atrest,
130 large ligbu were biwkenoo tho uortliorn
and western sides, and ab-nit Msmil paflra
In Uie skylight. ,s
Of Uie ebiht thouiiand public lnp, at least,
half were broken, and probably m:r for lit
Uw built-up iwrtlona ot Uio city nlneVutot
every Ua of Uioso we examined on Use c4
and south sides of the streets had damaged
topllghts. In some place every lamp waa
broken, unless sheltered by an awing, a tree,
or some other protection.
The crops ot tarty spring vegetables In Um
neighborhood of Uie city are fearfully dom
aged, the tomato plant. va lines, beans,
cucumber vinos, and ludeed ail crops, ara
suffering very greaUy
One of tho hailstone Uiat did tho daiuaga
In Uie Ledger establishment, after pacing
through the glass, and being brokcu In pari
by contact with tho floor, v. as measured, and
found to be six luehc In clreumfi reivee.
Professor Pratt, H5 North Kigbtli Btrect,
measured a hall-stone, the clreumfcrcnco of
which waa eleven Indie and w elghcd seven
ounces, at least fifteen minutes after It camu
Just a the to nn commenced a funeral Pro-
.vwslon was about starting front ft houso In
bt I enteeuill street, ueiow nne. Aoout tw t my
cairjage, e-ouUlnlog relattM and frlondsof
UietKully, were forming, when Uie horses I1
came ajimanagcable In conseruicnce of the
pelting of the hall, and started at a furious
raui up SevepteenUi street.
ue uiTcr oi tun iienxau i"uiiuTi "
J .iSli.1! ". l,'
Uiq hearw and damaging iiw i"iusi
fasteulng lu the bottom of t hu tdiUlo Pre
vented any damace h the coffin TLo Irijcr
of one of the carriage brok-n by the collision
wiirJheheawaTu.rowu viofenUy to tho
Jround, reeelring autlt daugenai wound u
CuThead and bad that it waa thought best to
remove him W the hospital, where i be uow n
mains In a critical condition His name Id
Pairick Dugan, and reside In Quarry street.
A lady In one of Uia carriage had a Auger
euL and another, one ot her wrist sprained,
The coflln was removed from the broken
hearse to one of Uie carriage, and with two
other proceeded to Uie Cathedral Cemetery
The excltemeut ainoug the occupant of tho
carriages, as well as among the citizens In Uio
neighborhood, wa very Intense for a short
time Two or tup, 3 of tbe carriages went