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TTIE NATIONAL. HEPUDLTCAN, SATURDAY MOHNING, MAROII 10, 1877.
Dally H pm) byetrrler. W cents per month.
B mail. iwtpiil. I!r rart)t for six months,
and t-' for thrw month Terms Invariably in ad-
Dally 2S cents ft line for or J In try adrertlsin.
f)nHtorllpr. l iff line, smt par, si.!
per lire .
We beg leave to state that we dec Una to return
rt'ectcd Cchiminlcatloiis; nnd to this ruto wo
con make no exception.
7?$tt'fj larotnt'rt cohkr ioithvt trtndsand
pirVy ftotttty veatfter
.1AIH 11 ID. 177.
Senktoti SrESCEit cordially despises
all newpipcr moo.
All of President Hayes Cabinet noml
nations will 1p cod firmed to day.
In the great political struggle Tor ex
1st cd co the tlmo hat come for tlic survival
of the fittest everywhere.
The dat President Have wa inaugu
rated Arncrican bonds roso in the Lamljii
market, and were pronounced by the ring
llih press as the very best of investments.
TnE men who have commenced a fac
tious opposition to the new Administration
will find In less than two months thu they
are on the road to political rutn wltho'U a
change of cars.
Sam Baud says that he will neither
grant to nor recelro any favors from the
new Administration. This will be a groit
relief to tbc latter. Sam la tho torch
bearer of the old South, slinding on his
TriK Democrats in the Senato are doubt
ing whether It is best to come In out ol
the rain and vote for President Ilwr.V
Cabinet or stand indifferently aloof and
wfltcb the fncllousnees of opposing ele
The Democrats were never Ioftttiatel
with Mr. Tildkm personally, and now thit
they are likely to get more reform thta ho
ever often d the probibtlltlcs are that their
mournlnji will be of but short duration, if
they have any at all.
Must wb endure four years more oT
tumult ard commotion, and are the fire it
bu sine-fa Interests of tha country to be
trilled with and Ignored merely to eratily
the personal and political prejudices of a
few nmbiiloui men? Gentlemen of the
Oprosittnp, ycu had better sit down on
Tiiere Is not a leading Republican Jour
nal in the country but what has promptly
commended the course of President II at e,
and assured him that the work which he
bis begun of establishing peace within
our borders, for the purpose of securing
honest government as lis fruits, will nutt
with the hearty approval of the A merle a
Or fat famine prevails In India. It Is
well known that In one portion of that
country breadstuff are so cheap and abun
dant that they hardly pay the cost of pro
duction, while in the other portion rood is
always so scarce that the people are con
stantly on the verge of starvation. Eng
land should construct railroads to relieve
the distress of this people.
Jin. Tildes stroagly opposed the com
promise, and often expressed hlmielf In
that sense to members of Congress. lUd
he thought the Commission was going to
be eight to seven against him he would
have made a public declaration of his op
position to the Tribunal on the groucdi of
its being unwtio and unconstltutionil.
This is h case where "better late than
never" will not do.
The people are tor peace, and not for
another long season of pollttcU factiom
ncss. Helot for peace, they are for Haye.4,
whoso tidmtniatration means peace and
goodwill, not sectional lines closer urawn
and sectional hate embittered. The peo
ple will tnler&te a fair criilcUm of tha new
administration, but they will Individualize
and condemn all political schemers who
attempt to Impede Its course so Ions as it
lies In the direction of koacst government
Yick President Wheeler will ut
prove a mere nominal appendage to the
Presidency. Tho President will undoubt
edly avail himself of the excellent connicl
and advice of Mr. Wheeler, whoa a as
sistance at Die White IIoufc will often ba
required. Should bo go to the South, as
has been i Uiiiicsted, 't the head of a com
mission to examine critically the irate of
affairs there and learn tho views of both
aides about the settlement of existing trou
bles, be will undoubtedly command the
greatest confldenco and respect.
Hon. Jamis W. Hcsted, for the last
decade the He publican leader In thy lower
House of the Now York Legislature, und
Its Speaker during two sessions, Is men
tioned as a candidate for the position or
surveyor of the port of Now York. Mr.
Hdsti-d deserves the best treatment from
tho Republican party, and tho poiltlon to
which he aspires Is one for which he Is
preeminently qualified, It can nisi bi
urged In Mr. II fatso's favor that he rep
resents an Influential coostltusncy. As
much cannot bo said for two third of tio
persons holding Federal positions in Nnv
The central portion of the United States
Is represented in President Hayes Cabinet
by five gentlemen Mr. Bhermn, of
Ohio; Mr. Ket, or Tennessee ; Mr, Mi
Ciuav, of Iowa ; Mr. Thompson, of Indi
ana, and Mr, Bcuuuz, of Missouri, while
the East has two representatives, and tho
Pacific Slates, which really accomplished
the triumph of the Republican party, is not
represented at all. It was generally be
lieved two weeks before the Cabinet was
announced that the Pacific States, with
their undoubted claims to representation,
would secure at least one representative iu
the Cabinet. Why they did not remains a
mystery, but undoubtedly President Hayfs
hat some proper reason why their demands
were not granted.
THE DUAL aovKnxMKxrs.
It is a self-evident proposition that there
cannot be two governments of a State ex
isting at the same time. Hence, whero
there are two claiming authority, one of
them must be authorized and the other un
warrantid, or both must lack the sanction
of the poplc. And the only power to in
quirr which Is the lawful government, or
ul.ilLir cither of them Is lawful,
is tlio State affected by them.
When this authority has Ijccn consulted anil
thedicfslon has been made bythepsoplc
the final arbiter m question all other
Stales ord nat'i t n lound by their con-tint-ton.
Nor i'oi s It matter which of the
vovcrnmcnta is sustained, whether It bo the
ore rightfully exlsttup, because originally
chru'ti at the roll.', nod therefore tho
iff u f goven Mirnt, or whether it bo
iLc one which, tn fact, was BUpportod
by the minority nrly, and was there
fore. In the flrbt instance, without
retuhr warrant. It must bo conceded to
I c unquestionable that when a people find
thiuiitlvsasfllctcd by rival covcrnmenU
it Is their privilege, without regard to the
U gttlmacy or the claims or either, to choose
Letwicn them, and dctcrmlno for them
rtlvrs which of them, un.ler all tho cir
cumstances of tho situation, a txhtinj
uhtn the choice it to be made, Is tho oae
best suited to their necessities nnl inter
cets, and therefore most entitled to their
recognition and respect. 8 It Is tin, i de
facto government, set up by a people, and
commanding their obedience and support, is
the only government which a foreign Stite
or nation can recognize in their Intercourse
w 1th that people, and the only government
known to the law. And it matters not
tut there Is, within or without the terrl
toifal domain of that people, an Executive
.r an organization claiming de jure au
thority; for such Executive or organization
is without title to notlcs or consultation In
refpect of the affairs of the people It claims
tho right to govern, unless It is ablo to ex.
ert the powers which alone constitute It a
This Is tho theory ard practice of nv
dim under the universally recognized
principles or international law, and has
been since the earliest intercourse between
jlvllztd countries. And these principles
must control the relations between any
tVMcoftbe Union nd the several Stites,
nLd between a State and the United States,
in the absence of any power on the part of
tLc latter to Interfere for the protection of
the pcrs)nal rights Involved in such con
troversies. Nor cin It be Bald that there
is uch power, or that the rights of de jure
claimants In such cases are other than per
sonal rights; for the people or each State
are absolutely free to control their own In
tcrnal nffairs, and when they have de
termined what particular pcrsvas they
will it cognize as their State ofllccrs their
Interests are consolidated under the ad
ministration or those officers, and any ether
rcrFon or penoos claiming the riht
to act as such must or necessity repre
sent only personal Interests, and liy cUtm
only to the privileges aud cmoluraants or
ofllcc. That amendment of the Constitu
tion which provides that the United States
eball guarantee to every State a republican
fcrm of government will not apply, if the
de facto governme 'it Is republican in form
ncd adequate to the preservation of the
peace. A goverLmcut docs not cease to
be republican in form because others
than those exerting Its Tunctlons assert
tl.o right to administer it, unaccompv
tied by requlslto means to suppoit their
pretensions. Then is a recent cue In
joint: Governor Ames, of Mississippi,
pressed by a hoslih Legislature with pro
cccdlnga of impeachment, and finding tint
matters would termlnato in his removal
aid dlfgrarr, resigned his position and re
In quitted his claim;, protesting against
tl.e right of the bedy to do the act pro
posed. While this act was voluntary on
h's part In contemplation of law, It was
the furl hist possible remove from a volun
tary set in point of fact; and there are
rcany who now regard htm as the rightful
Governor of the State, notwithstanding his
rcstgratlon, bccauio, they say, the pro
ceedlngs for his impeachment were Instl.
tu'id by an Illegal body calling Itsell
the he gislaturo of the State, and
for the sola purpose ot accom
plishing this result. So, when the
name of Mr. Lamar was called for the ad
mlrlstratlon of the oath of cClce as a Sen
ator, objection was made to hh credentials
because they were not certified by tho de
jure Governor. And yet there wero but
two votes In the Senate to sustain this
view. Such Is tho general disregard show n
iV jure rights. Tho world Is full of wan
dering de jure representatives of crowns
and kingdoms; while the nations of the
earth recognize the pretenders Who fill their
Now, tho existence or a government Is
matter of public knowledge, and when a
de facto government exists, executing the
full powers of government, whether It bo
that of one of tho Unite d States or any other
Slate, It will be recognized as matter of
course by tho United States and all other
nBtlons having occasion for Intercourse
with such State, and thero will be no In
quiry whether there exists In domestic re
tirement or In ixllo a dtjwe government
or executive. That question will not arise
to disturb tho friendly relations between
the foreign power and the de facto e.ov
errment. So, when occasion shall require
ofilcUl communication between the United
Sutcs and the State of Louisiana, the
President will have nothing to do with de
Jure claim. The government at such
time notoriously existing, having the ad
herence ondsu pfort of the people, will be
the government com ruin Icntcd with, and
It will rot mater which It 's. If it shall
be that admlnlitcrol by Pacxadd, then ho
wlllba "ncognlz'c;" If that of XiOtiOLU,
then he wll' ice ivo iho mark of acknowl
edgment. It s'HUldre remembered that
this matter of recogn'tlon by tho Execu
tive is no of a formal character, but
wholly incidental, and always within tho
dlrcrction of the President. If thero Is no
necessity for com .nun lea' ion botwecn the
U.ii'cd S ates and n State, or If the Presi
dent sees m mcisslty fur it, t'ure will not
beany, Tho Sta'tB exist Independently
of such countcnaiiC", and di no require It
f r any rurpose. It Is non-cfscntl&l, at.d
comes only with public occasion.
While, theteforo, as we hwe heretofore
urged, Packard must be recognized by
the Senate tn tho matter of tho KiaLoin
credentials, if he was de facto Governor of
the State when he signed them, as we
think bo was. there li nothing ta that fact
to Mud the Executive at a future tlmo If,
when there Is occislou for official commu
nication JsMwecu the United States and
Loulstanno is not the (faaefoOovernor.
So long ss the State malntalus tho peace it
may erect and overthrow governments
at Its pleasure, whether the exercise
of the right to do so Is satisfactory to the
clliccrs affected or not. Tho will of the
people, and not the wishes of ofiloe-holdcn,
Is to be consulted. Hcnc?, If from any
cause Packard shall cease to exercise tho
funct'ons of Governor within the proper
sphere of the duties of the oflho, and with
tho proper sanction and support of the
people, and the ofllcc shall be executed by
fome other, with such popular concurrence,
whenever this shall occur, the person s
discharging the duties of tho office, and
not be, will bo recognized as Governor.
Some Interest Is manifesto! as to how
President Hates will treat tho Cuban ques
tlon. There is not a member of the Cabi
net now awaiting confirmation by the Sen
ate but what deeply sympathizes with the
struggling patriots who have been fighting
for Independence during the past nlno
years. Although battling against hopo
they have been always and ever hopeful,
and aro more eo now than over before.
1 hey have never faltered In the faith of
their ultimate triumph, and amid the moat
dUhcartcn log surroundings they havo never
muimured at the cold Indifference of the
great nations which could hivo helped
them to success by a simple recognition of
their belligerent rights. They hive slrug.
clcd on without material or even unral aid
from any source tave their own persist
ency and unyielding courage. They have
nevcrsald "die," and never will so long ait
there Is a mountain refuse for their
soldiery. They may be overcome
by tUrratlon, but tho Spanish
army can never whip (hem into subjec
tion. They are struggling for human and
nutlonal liberty, and Spain cannot stand
the expense of a war against them. Al
ready tho Spanish troops aro deserting tho
Krvicc of their King, but they havo re
ceived no pay for the past year, and scores
of ofllccrs are slyly playing tho traitor by
taking Cuban money In exchange for mu
nitions of war. Besides this, the yellow
fever and tho machete are agatart them,
weakening their forces and destroying the
courago which they need In battling against
tho bravo natives of the Island. While
these things stand Iu the way of Spanish
success, tho Cubans have In their favor
Lope, health, and an undying determina
tion to achieve their independence. That
they will ultimately do it there Is no ques
tion. When a people who havo submitted
for a hu ulred years to the crack of a hard
tntk mi-' ' whip once arouse themselves
for the i e of shaking off the shackles
of serfd t human power Is but seldom
found ol ufllclent potency to stay them In
the consummation of their desires. The
Cubans will never bury the hatchet until
they are free from tho thraldom of Spiln.
TLcre Is something Interesting la the
fact that the balance of power in the Senate
will be held by three members so long
as the Louisiana and South Carolina seats
remain vacant. Senators llootir, Chris
tiancy and Davis can throw the Repub
licans Into a minority whenever they
maychc" ' 'T'oto with the Democracy.
It is r i believed that although
Judge!1 v v, t elected by tho Repub
licms C I.ik, he will, as a general
thing, vif uih the Democrats, and It
tea beer asserted that both Senators
Room and CnnisTiANCY will voto to sus
tain those Scnatois who wero elected by
the Nicnuixa and Hamilton govern
ments. They may not be willing to do
tUIf, but probably they will voto to throw
out both or the claimants from Louisiana
From all appearances it ecems as though
tho Senate and House are so orenly bal
anced In their political mike up as to bo
entirely uncertain in their voles upoa all
the great questions ffblch may aria.-. This
will undoubtedly cause mauy desperate
contests during tbc next two years.
Av;ir iixHrsTuRE xext Tuesday.
The organization of tho next National
House of Representatives may turn upon
the result n i Tuesday In the three Con
gressional districts of New Hampshire. It
is important to tho country, as well as to
tbc party, that tho Republicans should
carry thiso three districts. The caavass is
now going thoiougbly on, and advices re
ceived from there yesterday give strong
assurances of a positive Republican
triumph. If we securo the three Congres
sional districts of the old Granite State tho
organization of tho next House will probi
l ly bo thrown Into the hands of the Repub
licans. THIS FILIIiUSTEUS PAIRED.
Rccauso Senatot Key, without consult
ing the filibustering faction In the Demo
ocratlc party has accepted a Cabinet office
under President Hayi.e), the rabid Demo
cratic press aro pained. It Is not the first
time they have suffered pain. They were
pained over tho declaration of HayrV
election; pained at his peaceful inaugur
Hon, and now they are pained because
ho prop-isea to give tho country
peace and an honest government,
and has selected a member of the Demo
cratic party in aid blm la carrying out his
wise plan. We could no rnoro trace out
all the pains through which the Democ
racy has recently passed any moro than
Samcho Panza could relate all his joys
and griefs. Taking everything Into con
s! derail on, something must be dono for the
suffering filibuster. Au opiate should bo
administered at once, or they wdl oecomo
Insane. Let Prcs'dent Hayes send Mr.
SntiNoiFit os Minister Extraordinary to
the Sandwich Island.
TJtifsvxiht r itvmii.icA.w
the sunday "kerubmcan" of to
.vohhow w1m. contain a i.auhe
amopnt of interesting matteit,
and no one should fail to huv it.
heshJesseveiiai. columns of mis
cellaneous AND sr.LKCTF.D EX
TIIACT8, IT WILL CONTAIN ALL THE
TELEOUAPIIIO NEWS OF 8ATVIUUT.
IT 13 THE ONLY WASHINGTON SUNDAY
i'Al'ER THAT GIVE3 ALL THE NEWS OF
We bht reiterate the popular sentiment
when we assert that tho namo of William
M. EvARTfl, for Secretary of 8atc, is one
that gives satisfaction everywhere. A
better selection for the office could not
have been made.
Mrb. Hayes The new anf popular
uilstrefiof tbtWhlta Hoar, hoMi htr flritpub-llcdrawfng-room
reception thli arternooa.
ALL tub Democratic claimants for seats In
the Senate are now In, except General M. C.
BiTLrn, of South Ciroltni, and yet they are
It is said that Secretary Devens will be
the bret-trokin; man in tho Cabinet. After
a1l,handromo Is as hanhomo docs In Amer
It is said that Mr. II k no kicks refuted to
be f worn Into the Vice Freal lency becauso he
Is a member of tho church. He did not like
to take an oath.
Now that Co ue re a baa adjourned will one
SroFFonn, Librarian of Cocircn, sco to It
that Fernando Wood makes restitution of
10. 33 of Miicfllaneou PampftJett, purlolnod
from the Library by htin a year or two ago 1
Tint Soctherx Democrats should not
press forward with an olive branch la one
hand and a shot-gun la the other. Tbey
thould drop the latter, anl clutch the olive
brar-chwllb both hands.
Tun TOi'NO lad who was accidentally shot
tn Halt I more yesterdvy Is said to have boon
on uncommon imart boy. He had a little too
much curiosity, though, or he would not
have peeped Into the muzxlo of a shot-gun.
When President Hayfs was Inaugurated, at
the time of taking; the oath his hand rested
upon the following vcrec In the Bible: 'They
compass me about; yea, they coin pais me
about, but In the name of the Lord I wl de
ttroytbtra." Forewarned la forearmed. Sore
heads, beware t
Aubav TliaBECKmli an applicant Tar th iur
Tcjorhlp ot (lie port, vioo sua lira, not nomi
nated or confirmed. Tho foreo uf Itupudenco can
no limber bo, X, Tribunt,
Mr. DisnicKEn was removed from tho po
sition of police eoramt ft toner of New York by
the (lovernor of the State not very Ion; atnee,
"for nothing," of course, ard It does saem a
IItt4t cbecky thit ho should seek inch an Im
portant position as tho survejorihtp.
PitLSiDrNT llATxa Is already becoming so
much liked by Democrats and Republican
that poor Sami'EL J. Is being fast forcoUea.
One Democrat from Tennessee thinks the
country will be better off with Hires than
Tilden, and one Bourbon preacher Is prepir
vg a pulpit sermon, holding up the new
Trcaldcnt as a Christian gentleman, worthy
of the esteem and confidence of the Southern
Blaine and Conklino are watching each
other In the 8enate like professional pu jiltstlc
rivals, waiting for a chance to get In the first
blow. In Mr. Comkmno's speech la the Sen
ateThudy, Indoralog tbe Southern pot Icy
of tho President, no allusion whatever was
made to the argument of Mr. Blaine on the
day before. Doubt It is the New York states
man wishes to avoid any tilt at repartee, In
which bis old Mat do rlral Is so well aklllel.
The coroner's jcry have at last returned
a verdict upon the fatal Ashtabula catas
trophe that occurred some nine months afoce,
ar.d lays the entire responsibility upon the
railroad company first, for defects la tha
(onstiuctlon of tbe bridge, which was erected
under the direction of tbe company; second,
tbe apparatus by which tho cars were heated
having been not so arranged as to bo easily
cent rolled in case of a conflagration; third,
the flrc-extln&ulshtrg engine being aadly de
layed In passing OTer a circuitous rou'e to the
scne of horror. The verdict cloiei as fol
lows: That ihoio persons tleccasod before mentioned
whose bodies are Identllled, and thoso whose
Ixxllcsaml farts of bo lies unldeatlQed, cams to
their deaths Vj the preclpltatloc aforesaid uf the
cars tn which ther wrerldlnK into tbe chasm in
tho taller of Ashtabula arees;, 1rt br tha Ulllnx
ot tho bridge as aforesaid, tho erushloK and burn
Intror the cars aioresld, for all ol whlc!) the
railroad company Is responsible.
This Is just as It should be. But will the
hundreds of bereaved families or the many
newly made helpless orphans find any mate
rial rimed y for Ibis act ot tbe company's neg
Hcence, that has perhaps by a single accident
changed forerer the fato of so many lives (
Verily, the time has come when railroad com
panics as well as individuals should be hela
strictly accountable for the charges entrusted
to them, whether they be of lives or property.
When a brflge Is erected the engineer la
rhareof tbe work should be regarded as
vouching for Its safety and strength In the
minutest particulars, and In case of death or
accident through any of Us fallings ho should
be held amenable to the criminal law of the
land. Until then the travellag community
may well feel a sense of Instinctive horror as
they are rolled over the rails sometimes to
the doom of a mos torturing death.
The Trade Winds.
The earth turns on Its axis from west to
east, and with It rotates dally tin enormous on
vcloj e of tho Atmosphere. The velocity of rota
tion at tit equator is sotnethiujf ovor one thou
satd wiles an hour; at thirty degrees distance
It Is about ono hundred and lilty mllos Uti. In
higher UtltuJes It is stltl less, and at tho Tales
nothing. Therefore, whenever tbe air mores
north or south on tho surface of tha earth It will
carry with It leu or greater velocity of the rota.
tlun than the place It passes over, and will turn
In'o an easterly or wtiterlr wind, according as It
airro&cbei or rcoidei Iroto the equator. In
I he region or the sun's ursateit Lea, the air,
rarltUd and lightened, Is continually rising, and
cooler corrects come in on both sides to take the
place of the asrending volume. As these site
currents come from a dlstancd of about thirty
degrees Irom theequttor, they liareat starling
an eastward velocity winy mllos an hour
less then tha localities they will eventually
resell' Consequently they will appear to la
behind In all the ooursa of tliolr prottrodi to the
equator that Is, they will haro a westerly mo
tion unl'ml with their north and south more
timnts. These are the great trnde wlods, blow
lugcouNUuil Iroia tha nortbet on this side,
and the southeast on the other lUt of the
rytrm htati:x svxatv.
Tr'RiDAr, March 9. 1B7T.
The Senate met at 13 ra.
Mr. SAItUKNT offer ml arerolullon, which was
adopted, that the Senats proceed to appoint the
standing; and special committees of tbe Senate.
Also, that so much of the rules as require the
com tn ltt co to he appointed by ballot be dispensed
with. Agreed to.
Mr.SAmiKNTthensentup the list or com
mittees) which was read and adopted.
Air. IIU'UMAN askel that tho resolution
which he ottervd lust night, tn rotation to tJiklng
the credentials of Mr. Lustis from the tiles of tho
Nenate and Trier them to the Uommltlee on
l'rlrilegcsand Klections, be taken un. Agieed
to: nnd ireeredentials were so referred.
Mr. OtmVKK Introduced a resolution, which
wnsadoptrd, that the thirteen memorials pre
sentrd to tho Srna'e by Mr. Mitchcll, atir.net
I'V ttu citizens of Oregon, against girln use-itln
tfoNcraie to Mr. urovkjl, and clitrxlna; that
hii election was procured by bribery, And that he
ccrruidly conspired with C rm In to glrethe elect,
oral vote of Oregon lo the lienMams, S.9., be re
lerrcd tu tho Uoinmlttce on rririlegcs and Klee.
t ions, with instructions tomato tho fullost lores
tlffailou Into the charges,
on motion of Mr. HAltdKNT, at 13. IS the Sen.
ate went Ineiecutlre session, and at 12:0 the
dcors were opened and the Senate adjourned till
tomorrow at VI o'clock.
J. A. Pollard, ofVt., Is at tbe Imperial.
Dr. II, Narhtcl, of Paris, has parlors at
W. IJ Kustls, of Xew Orleans, ts a guest
or Wlltard's hotel.
O. V. Dwyer, of New York, arrived at
S. Sprtgg Campbell, of Richmond! Is
stopping at the Arlington,
Capt. G. II. DuBols, of the Grand Haven
(Michigan) Ittrtld, is the city.
C. P. White and wife, of Now York,
arrived at the Imperial yesterday.
Air. and Mrs. A. 8. All man, of Cincin
nati, are guests ot the Arlington,
II. L. Clspp, of tho 1-ah banks Scales
Company, Is domiciled at tho Arlington.
O. 21. Coburn, proprietor of tho Clifton
house, Niagara Kalis, Is at the Arlington.
Sir. and Mrs. Luclcn Scott, of Leaven
worth, Kan., aro sojourning at the Arlington.
Hcv. Hobcrt Layard Collier, of Boston,
will preach on Sunday In the Unitarian church.
Henry W. Gardner, or tbc Providence
Engine Company, has apartments at the Arllng.
Col. Overton, member-elect from tbe
Fifteenth district or Pennsylvania, was In town
Mr. Albert Rhodes, once diplomat and
now writer, has been lecturing on "Jerusalem,
Prsdo, tho daring Peruvian who as
sisted the rerurlans in capturing the Moe'ecumo,
was recently In Fanatna.
Mis. Hayes' chief charms, according to
the correspondents, are her winning manners and
wonderfully sweet smile.
Tho will of the late Rear Admiral Alden
will cot bo opened until after the death of his
wife, who Is In an loiane asylum.
Miss Abbott will not sing In tights be
cause of the attenuated condition of her her
voice, and she might catch cold.
Prof. Cold win Smith is to return to
America In July, HII newly-married wife Is a
Canadian and bad never been In England before
Dr. Meyers, the delegate from the Black
IIUls, who has been earnestly endeavoring to se
cure a Territorial form of government for his peo
ple, has gone to Chicago.
Brltf. Gen, C. J. Stolbrand, of the Army
of Tcnnerseo during the late war, and a promi
nent applicant for the position of United States
Marshal or South Carolina, is la the city.
Queen Victoria makes good use or that
true blessing of . monarchy, the pension list.
She has Just granted an annual allowance of 430
lo the widow of the sculptor Noble.
Amherst students, to tho number of
three hundred, walked la procession to theiesl
dence ol President Scelye on Wednesday evening
and tendered blm a hearty welcome home.
Joo Jefferson bss msde another bit In
linden. He appeared as Oollghtly In Morton's
farce of"Jcnd Me Five Shillings," and the Lin.
don papers pronounce the personation In every
Mr. Kugcno Schuyler Is now engaged
upon another piece of literary work which ought
lobo as successful as bis Hrst, It Is atransla
tlon of Mr. Turgenell's strange and powerful
Prof. Joachim, the clever and handsome
violinist, who Is supposed to hare been tbe orlgl
nal of "Charles Anchester," recently recelred
the degree of Doctor or ill u no rrom the Unirer
The Marquis de Noallles, who was for
merly French Minister at Washington, but now
represents bis country at Itomo, tare a grand re
cepttononthe 17th ult. In honor of the Emperor
and Empress of Uraill.
The competition for the making of the
colossal equestrian statute of Qensrat Uobert H
Lee Is to be open to the sculptors of the whole
world. All proposals must be presented ky the
first Monday In September,
Mr. Gladstone's article in the first num
ber of "The Nineteenth Century" Is on "Tho In
licence of authority In matters of opinion" a
subject which a writer who was once Premier of
Urltaln ought to understand.
II. M. Paul, assistant observer In tho
Washington naral observatory, Is mentioned as
acandldate for the position at Dartmouth which
Prof. Young has lelt to go te Princeton. Ilx
Senator Patterson's friends wish him to bo a can
dldatealso. Wm. IVUkcrson, of New York j II. Clair,
New Yorkt J.U.Harris, Philadelphia! AmasaJ.
Parker, Albany; C. A. How land, Providence)
Wm. C. Ilenedict, Prorldencei Mr. and Mrs. I).
M.Collins, Massachusetts, are among the ar
rests at tho Arlington.
The Russian Ambassador at Berlin a
few days ago garea dlulomatlo dinner, to whlob
the Turkish Charge d' Affaires, Turken lley, was
asked. Tbe hospitality shown to the representa.
tire of tbe Porte under present circumstances has
been much commented upon.
The report that Captain Pouzolz, of the
Amerlque, is to return to France to enter ths
navy, from which be has three years' leave of ab
sence. Is untrue. Captain Pousols, since the ac
cident, has not lelt the steamer, and will remain
until all hopo of getting the steamer afloat li
The lato critic, John Oxford, was a con
stant and most iteroot student of the Oreek and
Latin classics. He has even been seen reading
Perslus In an omnibus, and a few years ago when
In this country bo complained of New York that
It was a city lo which he had found It Impossible
toluy a Sophocles.
"VY. W. Red0tld, Me.; E. A. Btone.
Tesasi J. M. Westmoreland, Phi la Samuel
Xli'gllng, Pa. M. P. Perkins and wife, Mass j J,
L Culllnvar, Md ;U. S. Aldrlch, Mlch.t N. V,
Simmons, wife and daughter, llt.t U. I. Wilson,
Ohlo.andLt.il. Wood worth and wile, AU . ar
rived at tbe Imperial yesterday.
Matilda Heron wrote a very complete
autobiography several years ago. Tbe publisher
to whom It was submitted returnodlt for rorl
sun, declaring that it was too sombre and must
be brightened. Miss Heron accordingly revised
and altered 11, and It will possibly bo printed
soon. It Is full of anecdotes of the stage.
Poor Pattl. Tbe Paris gossips glory
over the announcement that her husband has
begun a counter suit for separation, and that the
principal witness against tbe prima donna Is to
be Madame Nlcolinl, wife of the tenor with whom
Pattl has been sin a Ing. That tbe Madame Is
jealous, possibly without cause, doesn't lessen
the Frenchman's Interest in tbe case.
Hon. Robert C. Wlnthrop entertained In
Iloston last week the old Wednesday Erentog
Club, which on that ooeaslon eelebroted the one
hundredth aoulvcrsary or Us organisation. It Is
composed of seren lawyers, sarea merohsnts.
seren clergymen and seren physicians, and
among Its members who have gone over to tbe
majority were W, 11. Pretcott.tleorge Tleknor,
J urge Jl. It. Car lis and Judge Story.
Mr. fYftckeen Miller appears to bo tho
most Inspiring and irresistible snhject to tho re
porters aed the letter-writers that Washington
oversaw. It Is now stated that he Is so pleased
with this elty that he Intends to take up his per.
mancnt residence here. Ills latest poem one
on the Insugnral-concludes with tbe lino, "Uhl
statesmen, be statesmen at last,"
Frederick Douglass is repotteJ to havo
said en Inauguration day toa colored representa.
tlvo who asked him for counsel: Tako the
ground that we better die than support the I) em
ocratloparfynsttliat present constitutor Ad.
visa your people to stick to tho Republic in
party," be said. "Don't bo divided on the
principle of spoils. Forget ercrythlngbut the
The Due d'Aumale has parted with his
Ilritlsh residence at Twickenham for ?2VM- It
Is to be made a pleasant out-of-town resort for the
'cUdcd youth" of London. There will bo gir
den i artier, flower shows, and bulls there, and a
stage-coach Is to he run datty between the club
and Hatcher's house, Piccadilly. The snbierlp
lion Is to bo very small only nvo guineas. The
admission will be carefully checked ani restricted
to tho elect.
O. V. Dwyer and Richard Lawyer, of
New Yorkt W. H. Kustls, of New Urloansi J, II.
Millard, or Omaha) Mrs. M. I. Drown, or Now
York S.Sprlgg t'nmpbelt, of Richmond) Hobt.
Moore, of Ilaltltuoroj Mrs. Dickinson, Samuel
Furman, F. M. Peters and Dr. Cadwat-ider.or
New Yorkt F. L. Wlltsrd and wife, or Uostonj
W.lt. II. Dennett and S. S. Stlllwetl.of llrooW
lyn, N. Y. Henry W. Hart, of New Yort O. D.
Noonoro.of lowat M. II. Hlake, of New York) J.
M. llrookfleld, of Drooktynj Leo Stein, or ltoohes
ter, N.Y.i T. T. Woodruff, or Pannsylrantat J.
It. Drake, of New Yorki F.J. Mattes, of Penn
sylvania, and O. W. (Jeolfrer, of Ohio, arrived at
Toor Bartholomew, the Amcrlcin sculr
tor, used togtre an amusing description of n
visit etlbson once made to his studio. Ilirtbol.
oniwwinn exceedingly tall, thin young min,
who had received an Injory to bis right knee, la
consequence of which be stood sometimes six
feet high end sometimes nvo feet eight Inches,
according to the leg lie rested upon. tlOlb.
son sat down in front of my atatue," said
lUrtl olomew, "and silently examined It for
some few minutes, while I stool nerrously
waiting to hear his opinion. At last bo began, la
his usual measured manner: 'Now, Mr. litrtholo
mew, when your sta'uo reaches London or New
York' and as lie said this I gradually rose In
pride upon my long leg, conndent ho was going
totetl me my fa-no would be established 'yes,
when It reaches London or New York, It will be
smashed to pieces yes, smashed to pieces; and
I dropped at once to tho lowest level my short
leg would let me." llartbotomew bad neglected
tofglre bis model the necessary support required
by tbe fragility of marble, and that was OtbioYs
manner or drawing timely attention to the omls.
The Bible on which President Htycs
took the oath at tho White House on Saturday
evening has been presented to Mrs. Hayes. It
was a new one, purchased especially for tho pur
poso by 1). W. Mlddleton, tho clerk of the
Supreme Court or the United States. On Toes,
dsy morning Mr. James II. McKenner, the de.
puty clerk of the Supremo Court, cilled at the
White House In behalf of Mr. Mlddleton to pre
sent the Dible to Mrs. Hayes Mrs. Hayes was In
tbe Itcd parlor, surrounded by a large number of
callers. As soon as she saw Mr. McKcnney
sLe said, "Oh, there's the Ulble," recognising
It at ence. Mr, McKenney then presented
It to her Tfith tbe compliments of Mr. Mid.
dletcn. On tbe fly-leaf was written, "Mrs.
Hsyes, from I). W. Mlddleton, clerk or the
Supreme Court of the United States. Used for
the administration ot tho oath on tho Inaugura
Hon ofllutborford II. Hayes as President or the
United States. Seo 118th psalm, 11th. 12th and
13i h verrcs." Mr. Mlddleton had marked the
verses at the spot where (lovernor Hayes bad
kissed tho bcok. Mrs. Hayes asked Mr. McKon.
ney to read tbe verses, and tho ladles all
crowded around while Mr. McKenney re id tho
three verses, concluding with the following:
"They compassed mo about; yea, tbey compassed
me about, but In the name ol the Lord I will de
stroy them." Mrs. Hayes laughed gayly, and
said, "Ob, no; I guess ho won't destroy any.
Udy." She then took tbe lllble and desired that
her thanks should be given to Mr. Mlddleton.
This presentation Is a regular sequel to the In
augnrstlon. In 1873 Chief Justice Cbiso sent the
Dible te Mrs. Grant, with a touching personal
President Hayes has been very suddenly
called on to decide whether ho proposes to bare
any influence with tho present Administration.
The political situation was tersfll v
summed up the other day by Uol. Ingcrsoll whoa
be asked, "What ) arty do I belong to now, I
The bapplcU man In Washmcton Is ex
President (Irnnt. If he could hare taken the
floor In the Sonate he would doubtless hare sild.
"Oo on with tbe procession, gentlemen. It Is not
The Democrats are squandering faint
bletlme. They are ro delirious over the pros
pect of an unpfeasanttess In tho Republloin fam
ily that theyare neglecting to abase Messrs.
Hewitt and Tilden,
A republication of a few of thoso Demt
cretlo editorials printed before election, wherein
It was conclusively proted that Hayes would be a
supple tcol In the bands of Senators Conkllng,
Cameron and Morton, would be Juicy reading
When the Senato ot tho United States
8oes Into executive session to Donder over Presl.
nl Hayes Cabinet it would be well to consider
tho fltucss of tbe seven gentlemen who bare been
nominated before disruising the claims of tho
serenthousand seren hundred and seenty.serea
gentlemen who think they ought to havo boon
Faint-hearted patriots, who are everlast
ingly on tho lookout for portentous shapes and
who Imagine that crery rumble Is the precursor
ofanearlhquake.aro ncedleisly alarmed at tbe
flurry In Washington, Thero aoems tobeno oo
easlon to "ialnt with fear." Mr. Hayes has set
out to be President of the United States, and be
will bo tery likely to succeed.
Most of tho Democratic journals are not
in a humorous mood these days, but tho Cincin
nati tnijuittr cannot resist the temptation to
fke a little fnn at Mr. Tilden. It says: "air.
Ildenwlll not bo a candidate for President In
1880. The House formally declared blm elected
by resolution on the 3d Instant, and Mr. Tilde a
has emphatically announced all along that be
was a one-term man."
This Is a suggestive paragraph from the
CUrtland Leaden "President Hajes cannot ex
pect to escape criticism. Ho cannot serre bota
tbe people and the politicians who think that
the 'party in power' owesorory voter a living.
There must bo a collision between the Adminis
tration s.nd the ubusos which It would reform.
That collision may as well come now as at any
time." That Is about the site or the tight, and
tbe new occupant of the White House ausus to
have measured It pretty accurately.
"With tbe Vice Presidency and tho chief
places In the Cabinet New York Is doubtless wel
satisfied with her position In tbe new Adminis
tration, and Is not disposed to speeulate en what
might bare been. The truth of the following
from the Chicago Journal Is nevertheless appa
rent; "A icar ago the name of Wheeler was
more famlflartotha American people thin that
ofllajes. The truly great service rendored by
Mr. Wheeler In Louisiana as an arbitrator gave
him au enviable national reputation. Had Sena
tor Sherman been a Conkllng and Senator Conk
llng a Sherman, the order of the ticket might
have been reversed. The truth is, tho two men
are peers, and wo confidently believo that tha
Vice President will bean Important (actor in the
The wlfa of Mr. J. Polk, the American
actor, has appeared at Malta under the operatic
name of Ululia Mario.
The public rehearsals for the next Phil
harmonic concert at New York, at which Ltsst's
new symphonlopociuls to be produced, will begin
Miss Emma Abbott and ber associates,
alter repeating "La FIglia del Itegglmento" sot.
eral times in New York, and giving It success
fully tn Drooklyn also, now start on a eonoort
Tho public rehearsal for the fifth of
Thomas' symphony concerts will take plaea In
JtewYorkneit Thursday. Half's Forest Sym.
phony, a symphony or Haydn's, and tbe overture
t "Udello," No. 4, are tbe orchestral selections.
MIssTbursby will sing.
According to the Herald correspondent,
tbe Wagner concert at llrusels on Sunday last
was n great success, excepting tbe "OentonnUt
MLrcb," which was unlrer ally hissed. Tro
Brussels pepledld not understand what a high
priced march It was.
Will There It rtn TUats-ft Beawlou of Congrei?
Tho idea of an extra sesstnnof Congress
has been based almost altogether up to this time
upon tho necessity of action on the army appro
priation bill, which failed, but there are other
questions which enter lo the probabilities of a
new session. Sereral Senators and Hepresenta
tires who bare tooked Into the matter seo no
necessity for a catted session meraly on account
of tho army bit), it, of course, would not take
effect any how until tbe first or July, There Is
provision under other laws rorthe subsistence or
tbe army until December 1, and tbe only quastlja
wculd bo as to the pay. This, It Is thought,
could be bridged over for tho time being. The
other Important subject that has entered Into the
discussion of the call or an oxtra session Is that
tbo President would be pleased to bare an ex
pre m Ion of opinion from both Uoustsof Congress
In rotation to some of ttioverv lniortfint ques.
tlons that will arise early In his adratnlsi m'on.
Upon this point be asked the adrlr of a num.
her of political friends who called upwn him yis.
tcrday, Theso gentlemen represented tho tnrs
consorratlre element of the Kepuhllrin parly,
and thsy were asked as to the views of tho more
liberal Democrats. While there is no doubt that
tbe President Is prepared toeotwith ladepfna
rneo on all questions, and to accept the responsi
bility for bis ads, he would not be nrcrse to har.
ing some expression of opinion, by ditn(e or rei3
lutlon, -tn questions whlrh might nUurnlly
arise in an extra session. Atieatfott Is railed to
ihe fact that the debates Intheevnt session of
tho Senate havo taken such a turn as shows dl
rerslty of opinion, and tbe President w mid not
object to hear tbe opinions or the Immediate reo.
resrntatlres of the people as well.
rIThero Is a greet division or sentiment among
he Krpresentatlres themselves on this quctlrn.
and which ts rot conflned to either pirty. First
p ere Is the organisation, which all would liks to
hnrewellorer.on account or tha fltoseness or tlo
two parties. Next, there Is the fear that If trff
Houso once meets tbero may be such rocewtd
agitation as will cause another disturbance of
butloess, which has been quieting down since the
settlement of tbe Presidential question. On the
whole, thereforo, It maybe raid, that the ques
lion of calling an extra session Is still held in
abe ranee. A large number of members still re
main here, nnd they urgelhat if It Is to be called
at all It might as wed be called esrly, so that
members who llrenta great distance need not go
to their hemes and return.
Decrease of (lie Death Rate.
A regular meeting of the Hoard or Health wji
held at their rooms last cranio. The register
submitted a statement or mortality In the Dl.
trlct for the week ending March 3, whteh shows
the total number of deaths to bo 81 ntalos,
white, ?; females, 18; mates, colored, 21; remites,
93. Under one year, W; ten.yjj thirty, It; sixty,
12; seventy, Ej eighty, T; ninety, 3: ono bun IreJ. 1.
Naltrcs or the District. SI; other parts of the
United States, 21; Ireland, fl; England, lj Ocr
many, 4. Tbe principal causes or death were:
Scarlatina, 3; croup, 2; whopping cotizh, 2; ery
sipelas,?; typhoid fercr, lj cancer, lj scrofula, 3;
phthisis pultr.ons.lli, 11; apsptexy, l; trlsnrls nat
ccntlum, 1; heart disease, 8j dropsy, lj bronchitis,
1; pneumonia, 15; congestion of lungs. It gan.
vreneof lungs, li Dright's disease. 1; old ago 2;
violences. For tho same period there Were Ti
births males, white, 13; Itma'es, 18; miles, col
ored, si: ft males, ia.
The mortality for tho week was 11 less
than th previous week, nnd at the rate of
17 WO per l.ooo per annum: H.J.9 per rent, of the
ceaths were from symoile disease, 2S STpor eent,
were from cctirtHntlor.al nlseaso, 410.1 per cent.
were from lorsldlsease.TU percent were Irom
dereloi mental lieste and Miftper cent were
from wolenc. Iiateor mortality or tho white
population vas 18.087 per l.oo) per annum, while
tho mortality of the colored population was at
theratoof fti,S44per 1.000 per annum. Hateot
decrease of white population by deaths over
births reported was 4.1-74 per I,oo iwr annum,
while tbo Increase of the colored imputation by
births over deaths was 3.497 per l.OOi) pr annum.
The board proceeded to consider the lotting of
attracts for the rollcrtlonof girhage anl the
innovator garbage and otlal from the Distrle'
for ttio ensuing year commencing April 1.
K. M. Drancy was ewardo I the footract for tho
collection and removal of otlal, for !1.UJ.
Iho proposals for the transport ion of off Is
outside ol the District wore Ueelarod informal,
and new bids Invited.
rourtttuih and O Mrt rts.-l'rcaehlng HADHATH.
nt II a. in . by Iter. Jatii'a a. Iliuiean.J). U. I'rtMl
(lint ! limdoiph. Macon, Collrgfj Il tl. II.
Knnnly at 7:10 p. i. inMO
1,K Alll eoi.MFH. of Itu-lon. will pruv-h In
the Unitarian htirrh. romrorHlh aitl II tr"e
imrthweM, HITKOAY MDHNINU, at 11 o'lloik,
andocntpgat 7:to o'clock. mliio
MT. VKKNO.V PLACK M. K, tlltURfJlI
PouU, cormrof Ninth nn K unrti nn'thw .
t'rraetilitr 10.M(HltoV (HTtNKV)t tl o'clu-
a.m. by filopl). H. DOIMIKTT, ( ltUhmnl,
in vj uci, r. n, uuiirii'i,
-THK UFA. L. II. CRENSHAW, UK111K
I altttnortVnrrtir Mouth, will in-etch In Mr
Km.lrtc rliii'i-h Ml'NDAY MitNIMI. at It
oV'rk. llicltL-r. A tl. MhOWN.ortln VlrInU
ftiiftTMicc, vt illprtachat'UOp. ra. mli'ft
iSPEUlAL MKKTINC1 OF THE WASH.
IM.TiiN (IT Y IdllKKNlA HENRYOi.r I' till.
CIITV. Nn t. al Lyriiim Hall, on HUNUAY,
Marrli tl, i, at 3 o dork p. m. II T or.irr of the
H. MCMON1U1.K. Becretuy.
4 WHEAT KIKE IN NEW BRUNSWICK.
Nfcw Yohk. March A. Adlipatcb, dated bt. John.
N, li., Utt nls lit, any-i "A vt-ry rw the li now
rag'tijr on I'rlnre Nt 11 lam atrcrt. The atore or
Mtw. Ilut'iwr, Mcrt-n Bro., Harbour Walti,
K.rr nnd Thorn hare hcen burner intlrolf out,
and IrtfHliotn Llork li In loiinlm-nt dtntrr. Tli
lot U alrvady a quarter of a million of d ill an, and
liooiipcan tell here It will lop.' Tlinnrlato of
the lire lies bien traced to the expIolou or a roil
oil lamp. ma 10
-T It Y Jit 1 L II II II N A
HOT HOttA WATilt,
wirn their si-ptnmn
tea, corvra. and uhooii.atk.
COLD tlOI A AND MINKItAL WATE1E3
On Draught all the Year.
orTP-tf g) pa. avmne. mar Wlllard's ltut-l.
rf-LUID LIUHTNfNU EXUELM ANY
remedy ert-r known for the limuedliui curt, or
Neuralgia, Headache, Ac. Bold at e'ougblla's
1 t-nipli I )ru K Store. iy
aT-Fi7EUKlSY, PAIN IN THE SIDE,
rtatk, Ac, iDitantly dlppeHr wlivn 'iuid Llvht
li Ins Is applied, fold at tougtlla'a Dm cf'orv,
.f Iclnnplc. vn
- PHE'SUmPTIONS PKEPAllKD TT
Cnunhlin'a It-tuple irng Htore, IT and Nlntii
t.-t t moderate prices. Tt.f
FHENCn, ENOLISH AND PDMESrUl'
Articles for Isdlte' toilet use at Coiunlm's Temple
Drue Btore. cps-tf
t-HUMPHHEY'S SPECIFICS, POND'S
Kxiraet. Hourupatbtc lltdlclot, gold at Tmole
Drua-Wtore. rand Ninth stretts. aena-tf
! PLK SET, E1THEK JAW, HY DH.
A r.G. UiUenhotn, DenlUt, No. 4 fourteenth
strt-et north! at (alio, (told KIlllUKSdomjat noH
able prlciaot tutlnfftctlon nlvtn. 2i-tt
DhtLU ruUTr-Cloll.-i mitkc your shot-s lut
-TEETliao PEK SET. EIIHEH JAW
hr Dr. A. t'ralt. graduate of dhln ('idlfireor Den
tal Burgt ry. and of tbe Itunh Medical Cullvge, (hi
co, 401 8ctmh atritt, -at stile, loniernrD,
li l r arllng rblldnit'i tilth. 23 cents. JUI-lf
MNOIIUE THE ANNUAL ELEUflUN
for Dire oraofttp Nailnnul I.I ft) lufurncu tJiii
puny on. t'nlted (tutt-anr Ainiriet lur the on
aulngyiar will beheld al tlieorttrpof the t;nmpiny,
roriitr of Ninth and D blmis nortliwuHt, in tlio
eiivof Wahliigton, D. C, ou Tuesday, SlurcU 14,
1377, atUoeloTk A. M.
ml-lOt JOHN M. 1H1TI.KU. Heeretarr.
U . A .
AT 3:30 O'CLOCK,
IN LINCOLN HALL,
LOAN AMI COMMISSION nuOKElIS,
LOAN AND COMKUHHIUN lwUKKKS
LOAN AND OOMMIrtMON DKOKEK.N.
LOAN AND COMMISSION UUOKEK-
EHTAI1L1SUI D IN H.
ESTAHEISHED IN I8.
EMIAHI.IMIED IN 11 I. -
ESTADLlhHED IN UVi.
Northeast Corner of Tenth and H streets.
Northeast Comer of Tenth anl D streets.
Northeast Corner of Tenth and D streets.
Northeast Corner ol Tooth and D streuU.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE ON TENTH ST.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE ON TEN I II ST.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE ON TENTH ST.
FRIVA1E ENTRANCE ON IK NT! I ST.
Liberal Adrances made on Person il Property
to any amount and lor any time doslradon very
Also, floods sold on Commission.
A large stock of Ooods on hand, (new and see.
ond-hand.l sold very low for cash. jafr-tf
To all whu arc intTvring from the errors
end Imllprrulon or yuuiii, nwvou witk
ntvp, tarly it,y, lot of manhood, Ae., I
will send a riTlt that will euro ion, KHFK
niTHAHUK, Tills art;' remdy waadHeoveird
by i un luuaik luuuilt Aiuiriya. jou I Jf-u
drri'd tuelum to the Iter. Jotrit P. Inmak
fiaUoa D, Vible Houj NcwVurkcUr. fcU-UW