Newspaper of Evening Star, February 16, 1867, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 16, 1867 Page 1
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/ I I , M >1? ^Kf I ^11 v -^B- I I I I i i i.I, - l . r V&. XXIX. WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1867. N2. 4,351. , ^ ^???? "the evening star rtBuaiIAB mAii.w. unarm) AT THE STAB BUlLDMfO, So%tkmttt nrMT fifli <N wi rnmd tuk Jrwi, T W* P- wALL.AOtt: TBa OTA* to aaryad by taa earnara to tAair Bb?criHn la Ue City and Diatriet at Tb* Cmiruwm. OopiaaatUacoanter.wlU or without wrapper*. Tv? Cuts ?ich. Fbkb FOB Maimm:?Threa months Ou Patfar aaad F\fy Cmtt; Ml moatbs, Thret Del. Imri, imr, Fiw D*Umr?. No pa para ara wat frvm tha oC?? loagar tbaa paid for. Tba W EEKLY STAR-pnbliihtd oa Friday aralat?Om DMmr mm4 a Half* Ttmr. DENTISTRY. |Y*. Liwfrs FcNTAL AsdttCIATIOB, U _ Bo. ??0 r?NM'A AT* , I*I*NI mfc aad 1Mb Itmti. utrKM witboirt Hia bjr adaluUriai ft ??71 P***9 *' l??n?h?Bf <laa. *4,baa recently pare baa ad tka beitMBI tbaaMcal i??rMn? m Lb? coaatry tar*'"" ^ PBcaaaa arary day; alao, %a In.proved Yal?ala? lahaiar Tba A??oelati..n la bow praparad a Bake Twih oa U?M Sllrer and Mnbbar at Maw lork Philadelphia and iti iun pneaT All aoaa aUMaa daatal wrkdona omm kara ttaackaaa aa it tkaab. ra natta.1 dti?a All work dona in tka ??"> ? aad baat manner a ad warrantad to wort?*" wiU 49 t" 1 T . bOOVR) ? D Paieatoe of 4a MIBBBAb attauda rartoaally at klaofficala thia city. Many pera< na cua'mi^S heaa ** *** * * others who aaaaat waar * office oan ba aoeoataodakit ?rtc* of Taatk tka; Baa* del?.'* .1? '^WV* are particular.and wlaa tka ktooaaaatand aott aarfact dan Shi?-B^M2 S^i,,r*car"-tb* MIK IUIITIITH ? Warranted. . *^.jwy-Wa :i s ? Pa an 'a amaa. ka oth'* ai*?-907 Ar^r^r;t' ~~person" a l.~ Y'OO OAN NBVBft MAK J TUZ TBIHoa Bie:'S ?J ?*?aritan humbug*. 3aa Dr D\Kui. 4 th ?tr eat H? la the hlfnrtt authority aa aacbaaaaa.Mia private rooma are op poet ta lh)d keiloaa liall jarTlin* 1?KBVANT10N B*TT*tt 1U AM CUHK *r*n? n prrTaattvaa against olaeaaa aad pregaat>cr i wben aucti ta aoda-tiablaiSMnt to aa? adf? 'V '** I' ?tr Iat?n.acc4tdiii|ta guailty.by l?r. WOOD I '.ox 103, or all at 4W ,'th atirat, (Bp atalraj WawfaiaafoB. P C. jart-lm* \| ? iMTW UTlTO, CUiitvpmHr^rJkM 1V1 .Urrfiam. will Kive iii? rrauinca. Including * aat? Piaaaiii and I uture At b?r utbc?, t'il), aarta aide of Pa. bt. , bf t??rn 4', an 1 ;tb streata. Orflca bvura from 9 to 1 a bi and 6 to St b. oa. jal4 !m' Afl. kaikti'i rial suiaaiTiFio as TttOLuUBk or AMIiklUA, k rom tkepoaiiioi* ana a-pect or tr ? Sura at tha tlaia i>t one'* bi..h. Bill rareal aatoaiabinc aacreia that no liri tg morul avar kaaw befora, kow ta ba auceeaatul ta all reatoothlt nadartakinca Ua I alia laioa aad vary day yon marry. daacnt.oa Ika uii?i.d?d coimmbw?, and t- ha ail ?feata of .lU.good lack ?i4 loua{ life to viiltori. Litin 5U casta to %l mntlaaaa la foil ?I. Call at 470 da 51 ^*%r * koar? on til ^ la tha eTaala?. pOBFIDI8TI4L.-Ioaa( Man who kan InXaJtr? eartala aacret kablta, wklck naflt tbem Tor baainaaa. alaaaara, or tba latlaa of marrlad Ufa; alao. aiMdla agad aad old aa. woo. from tba foiliaa of yoath, or othor *} ? dabliity la adranea of tkalr yaara. bafara placluc tk?n>?elTaa under tba traataant of tfT 2Kfi*4!.?"- .*r,t re"<' "Tba Saarat Prlaad " Married tadieawltl leara rom?tblng of laportaaoa by peroamf "Tba Secrat Frland." dent to any ndl1??*1 . aa rac?flpt of ? canu Addr?M Dr. CUAH A BTUAHT * 00 . Baato,; Bo ? ly CLOTHING. Ac. ~ F ' WIMU, tfauHrrrs ,oo'>n M **8 PaaaaylTaate awaaa,1* i-ta WaahtBjrtoa, D. 0. A.1 BkOW"*- ^aTTsVtTB.M. BKOWKB A SMITH BRA WknUlkOTOI D O ^ TTORK E \ S A A L) Of J C'ik &E ?, r u%u K AT T i nr ?r?- AND iMJLlOITOKd vum TH?rLiir' BCBKAll B?f. ?BM rRBEDMM. AHD ^Oftca Mo. ?%eA^a?b*rtritA,o?^lta the^Poat 0"p?^57sp75?^s"2"* it (a tWaa* intfirMl to'MlBiM lOAtrQOMDtM poiahaais? aay otbar. TfTxTl Obi* agency at GBUKGB L WILD a ain <m Stb .fr^t? * . T . I>*tw##? Paaa a BTeaaa ao4 k utraet A aelect aaa rtmeat of naw and aaaoud hami >' ktratnaB1ta, tacludiac a CBUHCB OBGaW ' t'i V ,'ST^' fac?arv aricaa^ and oa aaay TIN 1>? aad BBPA1B1BQ fMtkfaUy ax???id gBTcBI* SIBIAlif IIHARITaH*! CI I FT t SAMAMITAJTM 9ITT I THB MOST CBKTA1B BBMBUT BTBB OSIO **Taa, A Pomtitb Ovbi," far oosoa.rn.MaiA, ulmmt, mtJuotumms, ?. OontatBB bo Mlaaral, ao Balaam, ao Hareory Omit Ten Ptllt aa ka Tba a* ta Kit.i a CWa Tbay are aaUrely *o?ataoia, baring QO -mtrtl'an. aa jr BB|Uuaal taata, aad will sot tn aaywar I? in/a tba attach ar boaala af Ua B.aat Aalf^to Caraa la fro an twa ta four aaya, and racaat ta "twaaty toorbonra " Prayarad by aaradnTS aa aoaaara. aa trtmii*. aa rjaai tnmUttr >?<vgffizJ&zzr Prtoa?Maka packafaa, fl. WmSTT%t MLOQDt MLOODlf BLOOD!it C^bJdTlt rwcha? Lldt^5u2S I222*7 *I*r ?ra. ady and ba baalad. and S a^ MH?r thai far alkk iWETELfiZZZL ilt. _ DO B?T DBBPAIBI ".'Knwiin RPrarsiarMfe,. will reiaaaa aaary Taatlfa a" I a^tL ivIH1?. """? ::'ir bappllj adaptaa. la Oioarabad Utarei i f? n#?-1 rb?a, la baartaa dowa. T alllac afuIL w JrteoSr" ft. ' |l >i?r^ tt*oa. Prtca tb oaatB. iswises?bs?wa -jsjjpmrnsit ' bbmiaba.black. waaai.LamoiraTmli^ law urtio?. ?.*A??. L"" ,umjbsp* w ua I. AlLIBT. 'jsslsszs:sstm a ? Itfi IW la ?Mhi.n3?^Jii'*4ir'S* 5 yan?* ^ Ba.Baa bfaa aaaaJX^^nZ aarytblaa that SaS^fti B?4ra&?trLS!/ at yaty/aa?aaa> laprtaaa. 4?f,48.?i?ajl^kj'jas,v *?o yy? "i?a ? OB.1 riSWT"1"'" 55irir?ar ^ ?i=5Srif^: , ; : ?iaKT I a '-p ^ . *4 xi;i?iNKi /| | r' I itf t|yJ m, r a? -a " -U ? II I J 4 CARRIAGES. ^IDKIW J . JO YOB * 0 0., OABBIABB MABUFA0TBBBB8, OB. 477 AMD 479 rOBBTBBBTH BTBBBT. We arc saw MrnuU to r*o*h* or- - ?M8. derafor CABBlVOEfl is til tb* n.w CfiBfBpf ard faahioDahl*atyl*a to be *ompl*t*d ~ at ti tulf Bay. W? k?t on htiii I Urn aaaor tinea t of L10HT FAMILY OABBIhOBS, FIBB TOP AMP BO TBP BD00IB3, DIABBOBBB WAOOBB. BOOK A WAYS, fcc. ?? t | Peeiroaaof Btlntaltiii Ik*kl(h itudtrd which our w?.rk h?g beld for many y?ar*. wo confine oar ba?lut*-i exclneirely to OABBIAQBS of oar own manufacture. end of th* nmt ciaee enly, aad ad?iea oar patronc and the fablle that vi offer no Inferior aale work. BBPAlMBO mad* a apaclallty. fe 13-oolm ABPBBW J. JOYOB A CO BANKERS. JAY COO&E * CO., AIKIBI, P* (tenth strut, oprottU lV?aiar?, bt ysn<1 ae] 11current market rate*, and k?a? ouB'aatly on hand, a fall aoiyl; of all OOYBBBMBBT BOBDB, BXYBB-TH1BT1B8, ABO OOMFOtJBB IBTBBBBT BOTB8. Ortera far PT<>0K8. BOBDB, Aa, exacaUd, and Uolloctlona mad* oa all aaeaaalbla potata. a* 1-tf UARROW A CO., BABBBBS, Corner Loalalana areane and B*T*ath r*et, omkLBM in government securities, BOLD ABD BILYBB ? >-tf AMD LABP WABBABTB Pint KftUiial Btfik ( Wa&feiigtoi. HP. COOBB. (of Jay Cook* A Go.,) Pr**id*nt. Wl. B. HOHT1NQTOH, Caahler. OOYBBBMBBT DBPOBITOBT abb F1BAB01AL AOBMT OF THB UBITBD BTATBB, IMk iirKi, tffMUi Me Ttttuurt Dtpmrtmtnt. Gov*ram*at B*ooiit|a* with Tr*a*or*r Ualtad Btat** mron? million dollars We bay aad ?Hallrliawi of Q0TERNMEN7 i&CLKITIESat correal mark*t rat**, fURNISH EXCHANGE and mike CMUttiont on ALL TEE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES. We pare baa* OoT*ram*at Yonchora oa th* MOST FAVORABLE TERMS, and fir*oarefol KM prompt att*atloa to ACCOUNTS ?/ BUSINESS MEN mnd FIRMS, aad to any oth*r baalnea* *at mated to oa. FULL 1MF0BMATI0N la r*?ard to OOYBBBMBBT LOABB at all tlm*a cheerfully taralahed VI. B. BUBTIBOTOB, Oaahler. Waahlattoa, Marok?, MM. an tf HOTELS, RESTADKANT8, io. I^IBBWOOD H0U8B, Garacr Ptnnm. ****** mnd Tmtlftk ttrttt, 1^41 Wutkintton, D. C. AAaHX Bltaated la th* moat central loeatloa tha city, midway between th* 0AP1T0L ABD PBBBIDBBTIAL MABBIOB, Only a ahort dlataao* from aH tha DeyartmeaU, Pat*at aad Port Oflc*a, Bmlthaonlaa InalltnU, H. B. DUDLBY A OO., aoll-tf Proprietor*. Y7MB1CH-BBB8TAUBABT. A-a Bo. Ill Ptana araaae. boot 6U *tr*f. wlah** to I a farm Ma fki*ada aad tha r.'VfATtsi' b'h iir:wrA;r.,T, fcm* ' ai.wfsK iuvmin ??? b. ?laS 0*11 ^ad gfre him a trt*?- ' WOOD AND COAL. ^OAliI COAL!! ~ ~~ _ AT OBBATLT BBDUOBD PBICBS 2A#lbr.^iwad l?*ay part of Chaatnat Whit* Aah. ?7. S?d UHJS Wntmmc* Whit* Aah. *8 Oak uina* Wood *oactantly oa haad. Order* racalvad at oar OMce; or at tho Wharf, foot or B*T*aU atr**t C?"' COAL! I GOAL III T. T. FOWLBB B 00. Whlta Aah, *toy* aad afaalie*, M Bp*r to*. fHV.V?h ??.?? " ? " Ord.r. nMI.H .1 th. c?ntr^ .Sc. of thoWa.li. * ?? Oeorg*towa Ice C*mp*ay, (lata L. J. S^sr:,?^siisxiiink"i * J* 14*lm B. B. LAMXIB, Agant. O TO ~ W. B. MOBBB' FABBIOBABLB OABJMT, FUBBITUBB ABB BBPP1B0 BTOBBB, BOB. Ml A BIB, 1BTBLL10BB0BB BUILD. IBU, OOBBBB 7TH ABD D? ABD BO. ?BB 7TB BTBBBT, TH6BB *8 BUILDIBO. ADJ0IB1M0 ODD FBLL6WB' HALL, ABD BXAMIBB THB FIBBST ASBuBTBD BTOOB TB18 B1DB OF PHILADBLPIUA. Bo ha* ail tha la?Mt d*dn* mad* fa Phllad*!m J.**4 "orteo. Th* ato*h la alwaya mrciMfSaS^0*MattBdF tMr awm Intar*?t hy . gyt?t *t Mattrea? Blaakada, Oom" " u""'' aMRS^* 819 Iat*lllc*a?*r B.uil 4.4 Vv *rVr-T aadp. aad Ba 4 OH 7th W. B. MOBBB. dTTTTTTT" ' ^?MWK5.WSBa,OT 00"Vim d*or^ea*t of 7th at. ^^tP,C**M0BLB P. LABBBB. 8**r*tary. ' , A T TUB BB# OBBAP 8TAMP1BO BOO MB A 4a? Bhimat, **p*?it* p*t*at ono*, ladl** |aa l*t at*ar r*dae*d prlo*e, aa th* f*ry b**t wamaaatta? _ . MBhljwa Y*k*s,i**dy ata??ad .Bala. Olwgil? T*hoa, J ^ -.?~St?te. jsgMifKsgrsr^ MIM> nut i YToah?T*lt T'q*w** **Y * ka?'i t twatejl V a? ? ?A ***B I ii *! A '.* > I ict J . 0 a i iU.sU A a-.-taB | 1 - SPECIAL NOTICES. _ THH QU1STION 8BTTLHD. _ . TIion nriMit b*b. Dr. Jim Olvk. rhfrtciaa te Queea Victoria, and Dr Haghee Bennett, that coaenmption cu k* can4. Dr. WtiUr knew this when he discovered his ?ow wMilf known BALSAM OF WILD CHIBHY. and#* Cri. nce has proved ths corrrctasaa of his opton. 1* KMBTOALFB'S OKI AT BHBUMATIC BY la tb? only sure care for Kheomatiim ever known, and It la m wonderful In its nature at certain In it* sffssts. fa 5 aorw B. 0. FOHP, Agent. AMODUI M1BA0LBI From old and young, from rich aad poor, from high born and lowly, oomea the Universal Yoioe af praise far HALL'S VHGBTABLB SICILIAN HAIR BIMBW1S. _ It la n perfect and miraculous article. Cores baldaeee. Makes hair grow. A better draaalng than any "oil" er "pomatum." Softens braab, dry and wiry hair into Beaulifal Silken Treesee. Bat above all. the great wonder la the rapidity with which it reetoree Gkat Raiito its OBI011UJ. COLOR. ? Cae it a ffsw tlmea. and PBK8TO, CHANGNI the whitest and worst locking hair rssnmss lta youthful beanty. It doaa not dye tne hair, bat strikes at the root and fills it with new Ufa and coloring matter. It will not take a long dlaagraeable trial to prove the truth of thla Batter. The first application will do good; yen will aee the NatcbalOolob returning every TOU KR0W IT, th? old, fray, dUcolored appearance of the nalr will be gone, giving place to lustrous, shining and beautiful locks. _ Ask fer Halls Sicilian Hair Benewer: no ether article ia at all like it in effect. Yon will find It OHKAr to Bct, PlBASAKT to Tat, And 8ttrb to do Tod Good. There are many imltntlona. Ba ears yen frocnra the genuine, manufactured only by B. P. HALL A CO., Nashaa,N H. Foraale by an droggtats. Ja tT-8.1y BBMKD1AL IMBTITUTB FOB SPXG1AL OA3B8, Ha. 14 Bond atreet, Hew York. ft^Full Infermation, with the highest tesitmonxoIt: alto, a Book on Special Diseases, w a sealed envelop*, tent free. tW Be sure and send for them, mnd yew trill not retrtt it; for. aa advertising phyaiclauH are generally impostors, without references ne atranger iheuld be trusted. Bncloae a stamp for postage aad direct to DB. LAWBBNCB. No. 14 Bond atraet. New York noll-DAWly W MABB1AQB ABDGBLIBAOY, AND THB Happineaa ef True Hanhood. ? An Btaav for Young Men on the Crime of Solitude, and the Ph>siological Brrors, Abnseaaud Disreaes which ct rate impediments to Marriage, withanre meant of Belief. Sent in aealed latter snvelopes. free of charge. Address Dr. J SKILLIN OOCGBTON, Howard Aaaodation. Philadelphia, Pa. jall-Sm BKL'BBT UI8BASB8. Bahabitah'* GirTi* the meat certain, aafe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable remedy ever discovered. Cnrea In two to tour days, and recent cases In twenty fonr hours No mineral, no wlaam, no mercnry. Only tan pilia to be taBaa. It Is the soldier's hope, and a friend te those who do net want ta ba exposed. Mala packages, fl;famale, S3. 8 a ? abtt ait'* Boot aud Hbbb Jpicbs?A posit I ve and permanent rare far Hpyhilts. Scrofala. Ulcere, tree, Spots. Tetters, Ao. Pr'oe || u par battle. Id by 8. 0. Ford. Sea advertisement. ay I gUMELY, STEADILY, 8VCCBSSFOLLY. BMOLANDKB'S BXTBAOT BUOHU ia evBUM vary case of Kidnbt Disbasb, BnWATtsM, Qbavbl, Ubiwart DisoasBBs, Wbaehbss and Paiiu hi tha Back, Fbhalb Oo ltr la hits and IittiLia arising from Hbcbsbbs or un Kin. OOMH, TH AFFLIOTHDI THY BMVLAHDIB'S, TAKE NO OTHER BUCKW. Bold by nU Apotheoarlaa. Price #1. D.BABMBB A OO., Haw York, and BABHBS. WABDAOO., New Orleana, Southern Agenta. BOBLBIGH A BOO BBS, Wholeaale Druggists, Bosteu, Maaa . Bansrsl Agsnts. Mlt-ly COLGATB A CO.'S W 1 N T H B SOAP. Recommended for chapvbd harm and for general toilit nae during cold wbathbb. It may be obtained of all drngglsu and fan ay goods daalara. feb 9-soly DANCING. pBUFS. J. W. A H. P. B.BBIB' DANCING AOADBMY, ^ Pennsylvania avenne, bet. ?th and 7th sts.. JK Opposite Metropolitan HeteL Hsw Glassss forming avoryevenlnf. Thoee daairing to enter oar alaaaea should avail themselves of this opportunity. Prsparatione will be aaade in thla quarter for onr annual May Ball. w Ctreulars can ba had at J. F. Hills' and V. G Metaerott A Oo.?a Muslo Stores. Tha HaU can ba rented for Solraas, As. Days "nd Hours of Tktnen : For Ladles, Misses and Mesters. Tuesday and Baturday afternoons, from 3 to A e'01 oak. Gentlemen'sOlaaeea. Tuesday and Friday evonlngs. from 8 to 10 o'clock. Far further Information, apply during tha hoars af tuition, or address a note to tha Academy. Quarter commencing with the first ieaaen. jat AS3IIIBLT BOOMS. JS K, between #th and ISth etreete. The last quarter of thla aeaeon, pi epar a VI tory te the May Ball, will roniaeaee on Saturday, March 1. Ua?a?i far the Garmai are now open. H. B ?Private I u?ruction given ta salMhe cocvanlance of the pnpll. 'SeM ^UMADITAHD BALLS The naderslgned would most raapectfnlly Inform tbe ladlee and gentlemen of Wsshington city, and the Dtstiiet generally, that he Is at all times prepared to famish partiee with Masquer* ade and Fancy Ooetaane, either on loan or made to order. He has. taken reoiue at the well known fancy establishment of Christian Buppert, laq , 7th street, between D aad B, where he will La happy ta await orders. CUABUBi BBBG, late Ooetnmer at Ford's and Grover's fe 111m* Theaters. Washington, D. 0. ?ms??a??MS?? BOOTS, SHOES, A. gjjto BOOTS AND BUOHB. fvH HBT _ST Oil. Tbe nnderalgBed bega leave to Inform hie frleada and the pablic generally that he haa apanad tha NBW CHKAP 6TOBB,No. ?Ott 7tlt street.nftder Odd Fellowe' Hall, where he has c>a hand a general assortment of Ladles'and Oantlsnsan's, Hoy's, Mlssee and Children's BOOTS AHD 8HOHS. Bsmember the anmber, SOB 7th street, under Odd Fellows' HaU Tha Mew Ohaap Store, formerly K. F. Page's store. deM ^ ' GBOBGH B. WILSON. QHOUHHIHB. HALL A PLANT, PLANT'S BTTILDING, Oorasr Hsw York avanne and Uth street, (Hntrnnea en Haw York avsana,) Dealers In fine FAMILY OHOOIBTHB, MAS, W1HHB, 1MPOHTHD LCXDHIBS, Ac.. Ac., would reepectfnlly notify their Mends and the public that they have just opened their Hsw Oroesry Stare, where can ba obtained any article an ally kept In n first slass Qraosry. Wlthont attempting to snnmsrate anr large, fresh and wsllselsctsd stock, wf sordlaUy In vita tbe public to osaataeonr stars and stoek, ksllsilBg wa shall aot fall Ss glvs entfra satMhctlea ta all whamay faver us with their patronage. WW anil sspaslal attention ta onr nssartaaeat of THASand OOFFBBS, which havsbaea sslsoted with grsat cars far parity. Dsalsrs will Sad a Has assortment ta ssisot from, aad oar yrisss to salt. Goads daUvsred promptly la any pari iftts city. jaai-Ha ^saniaagHP sad Henssfarnlsblng Warsrooms. Saw aad Ml Om Furniture, sf all deasHsMaaa. baaght If I SaoM. Bapairiag, Upholsteriag,aisdYaralrttU Mdk^tn^rSrthT if*'. lV" da ^ALHUT BAAtTKBTS. - | . | " 1 1tujnf rw unti e *!/ i.? . r fl. Oil trl -R . jr,r.'4 .ii? .;# . j rt it jb Lf. m 1<i tnir?? i. f p ?f)t >j | TILE6RAMI, ke. A disastrous accident befell the Eastern bouad train on tbe Hannibal and St. Joeeph mii'JL0^.\* ???t night. abo?t thirty thl ?^Ii ?? wi^P11 Whl'* crossing v brktge toe wbf?l under car *?>be. and the railroad ties on !v!L!L f* TT* ofr Two cars wer. w^lT *" 'ids into the creek. C. F. went worth,of Chicago, was killed aad 16 partons wounded The present strength of the volunteer force in Canada amounts to 83^00 men, including r'*,m'nu of cavalry aad eight bnMeries of artillery. The provisional gunboats qBarters are to ne placed in an lakM Th *5?" vt *?c"-?cy for service on tae nutl .J ? * #BlM M*s from Ireland causes little excitement. Tbe Cbleago and St. Loots bridge over the Kankakeeriver was washed away Thursday morning. It was a thousand feet long, and the l&rgest bridge between Chicago and St K"!' . Three hundred laborers are at work, repairedeXpeCted lbedMMl*# wl11 ??ou he Thursday afternoon,Henry Kenyon, a sailor on the bark Mary E. Libhy.w&s stabbed to the beV"'by Charles Johnson, a rnnner in MrsKobert BoagliW bording-nouse in Portland, flie. The murderer wan arrested. Th? cause of the murder was an altercation on the orevious evening. ?,.A,^0?5tbe a7lTa,? "? York yesterday, ? mer La"rent' from Havre, are B.iron Russisn Minister at Washington. and clu McViclt,lr' ot tbe N?w York yacht rJirlCrteK Mrat*d PitUbQr* and Oonnellsriile railroad bill, restoring to the company privileges taken from it by the law ot 1S64 vra* killed yesterday in tbe Senate of Pennsylvania, after two days' debate. The Kansas Senate has adopted the Monte joint resolution to amend the constitution hv striking ont tbe word "white" and "mal* " with an amendment making intelligence the basis of suffrage. The ice in the river broke up at Rochester. i?.? i!' ."'dne'day.aud is now jammed against Pi,h^w Portions of the Third and Eighth Wards are flooded. A tenement house, containing a dozen famiiee, was destroyed by Are in Cincinnati yes. terday. One woman was curned to death. ri^aa*?n.B^nifa5d*n wa" hun,r at Marietta, Ohio, yesterday, for the murder of John T Eabarke, m September last. Thb Maryland Lb<;islatcrb.?In the Senate yesttrday the bill relating ?o tbe election wae^w^rtf."d CU7 coaIlc,l of Baltimore from ,he committee on judicial proceedings and referred to a sec?m?lu^;Consisting

of Messrs. Stephenson. \ ickers, Waters, Broadwater, and Trail 1 u b,,,# Passed were tbe folBepealing tbe act requiring jurors V oath of allegiance, and reoealin? certain sections of tbe aot known as the "black th? eTe?ln* ?w?>on on Thursday the Senate, in committee of the whole, listed to arguments by Messrs. Oarrett and Pratt in ?f o????U? proposed change of the charter of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Compj.ny. The House decided the Allegany county contested election case by admitting Messrs. I evecmon and Bryden to the seats held by Messrs. Uilpin and Haller. y Pbom Mixico.-Mexican news has been rewived from Acapnloo up to February * general Alvarez' forces were in tne immedi. ate vicinity e; the Cay of Mexico. The ImT'rial General Panling Grom*z Somida had T.hn. ,0t' ?eneral Porflro I>taz Had t?k.-n T baun epec, and continued his operations m the direction of Puebla. He had exchangeS trench prisoners for Liberals, but the Austrian pri oners remained in his hands. Ac*. | pulco was still occupied by Imperialists. It was expected that the French squadron would positively sail en tbe *>th inst. rp^* ??"?W1D* Mexican adyiees have been (lt"neral ^*Ps*y? with six hundred men have possession of Campeacby. The people are tired of Maximillian and are bandinc o?r?rnike * nnAl "'ow. Several ch.-f* Kr**B,.II,,c tr?op?. 'tis not known 5uSi?|. l#ader,htP y W1" be marPBOC.BIM AMD PsOSriBITT Or CALirOKXIA I There are now about 4,000,000 :.eres of land ?." r If for n ia, and about 1,759,OOu under cultivation. These are far larger areas of occu- I rem!r??rf l!?J?r0Ted ,and "*au w?re ever berore I ' " 'WB lbe amount of land I under cultivation was only 1,197,9^4 acres I Most of the Increase siace was made last yt-ar' I A considerable portion of it was in the Ur*er I mining counties, which are becinning to claim T^a Cnu r^win/d'MSlS The area planted to wheat was abont jiki oou I 208,000 acres in tnrSe ye^. The yUld was 12,000,Qf? bushels, or 7 w*i on^ more than In 1863. The barley cropalso lS w. J!'rr* increase. In 1863 it was about 4,0u0,00fl i k twf?tT-'oor counties, including ail I , ?L,/our lbs strictly agricultural counties. This year it is returned at over I 4,000.000 bushels in forty coeuties. j Arriiiiii Pu.nci Oeokgi Coumt. Md I We clip the following item* from the Prince I Georgian ef yesterday: ?e ardB^^/J't1' ? ? Mender and R.ch"5 f B. Uf?ew, E?qra, Trustees, dispo^d of I a portion of the real estate of the late Fielder I Bowie, situated In Nottingham district. The I i home tract, consisting of abont *,000 acres, was I purchased by Edward M. Macruder tTn I and an adjoining tract, eontain.n/abT.t .,&) acres, purchaced by Br. John H. Skinner I i A ^^commiskioD of Br. Chas. i kur*\ M a member of the BoardofSchool Commissioner of this county. I vice William Clark, deceased, has been re- I ceiyed at the clerk's office. | What it Costs to bb a Broker -The or- I ranizauons known as the brokers' boards in I all the large cities during the late war ad I vanced their rates of admission, and those en-* terlng the business are now obliged to pay a high rate fbr the privilege. It is stated thai in Boston the aomission lee Is t2,Oou. a sam which is not readily earned by those who commence the bneiness until years of exoerienca In New York it cost. ?.5W to b^m/a mem ber of the gold board, and *3,000 is the admission fee to tbe stock exchange. In Balri. I mere tbe lee tor admission as a member of tbe I stock board is 9i.OOo, and there are now about J forty members of the board, as we understand. I The Virginia Stat* Bbrt?In tha,Tirrin. I la Senate on Wednesday tbe bill in recard to I feceived considerable attention I and the substitute offered by Mr. Lee contains [ theVevera/bfl^?l Th ,Dtr?daced air of \ the teveral bills The most striking of these I are the proposition t? pay 0 per cent, on the debt to pay interest on the whole debt; and to I issue the notes of the State as simple due-bills for any part of such interest as &e treasury I S!LDdM hm a0nitT. to p*7- 11 U *r*??d that j ^ Wl11 to ome *xtent serve the I , i f? ?' niiiii irwiS i HnrtTki J.r caJled V?? an auctioneer. ' -V !^and fnrnltnr? in his house were 1 ffi A.P Wlo?,au*Wo"- Th* *'!? was sold for I ten dollars Sometime b efbre next morning I ^ the husband and wife made up their troublea, 1 ? ?'d ?7aat refuse to deliver to the purchaser ' the wife aad furniture. I 1 .,?*** R!v?* FIBHBBIBS -On Monday the I 1 sIood Sop ale, of Petersbnrf, arrived here from I < the James river fisheries with a large cargo of 1 P?1^'*?d other fish. The cargo was i r * "" Hewani k. Maltby, far the i Northern markets: they wera packed hi ice. I < >b4 shipped off IB the f fternoon. Soma of th? 1 |^k wan ^araaaf ^ahaya?variaaBUtti9 J i market?Korftfk Ftrguuaa. | < W"A St. Lenis (??rmAB gentiemaji aaeeatly I ' displayed his parental tenderness by dying i and leaving one doftarto each of hts oaHdrea, i and half & million to hla aUdpw. ^ < ?STAyoaag lady in Texas Who advertise < for a husband, says aiie?aa talk phOoaophy as a well aa rook the cradle. I t i ha United States kaa a greater length o- I 4 railways tkmail othtrooMtrtaa together. J ' WA ihahtoBBM* lady miding ia th* ?xtb { arenne la Wew York,f*cenUy presented he \ 1 bUHhaiK^with trlpleta. -f Wdeorge WasBiwgkm Zachary attempt#.4 } ~1tt nit ii inirs freaain tmag 1 M.WW.W. j , "V V " Vw ' * '*TrV"'ii4mu S ' * ' * ? " : Qvb > t-.iM.tkUO ??tiel at CONG&IUIORU. v io?S5?Srl2S!?2K an*raoo*tb* ?ii to pro. . ?of# fflcifii (ovfrom#nt of th? Mr. Wilioi moved to um4 lm Blame amendment, Hiito add to vtu tb? Mulfetrn Suiwnutdo before being entitled to retm> tentation I be followingT"uuea 10 p*Pr?*.^*d m*t* Pro*'ded by constitution and laws *11 citl*m or the United States ahull equally possess um ri^ht to pursue all lawful avocations and business, and io revi ve the quul benefits of the public schools, and have 1 proteetion and all the rights of citizens w ? n States In said Stato. ?JK* J\oward objected to tne Blaine amend" "^"'wd the validity of tbe immH ,u of th# r*b*1 States. The amendment was incempaiihle with the bill. Williams repeated the hope that no amendment would be adopted. *' ft1* WSJ"t <*'?> took the floor, and depre' tab'isbment of military power in * wllhou'?ch an amendment to the ii now before the Sedate. *5 Morrill replied to Mr. Stewart, adrerUnc sTt^r0^.1',00 ?f th* Sooth' and lh* neces' ?h/r. w protection to loyal people ? , 'or the military bill, witb the ?m> ndment or without it^nd he was for it at the earliest practicable moment. He was willing to vote for tbe amendment, for hewu to IKns? ZTiU 'I!; 8 He *??*"d tbem tK--i. j could not understand how the amendment could be regarded as a tint u* non to voting for tbe bill. ; Mr. Henderson took tbe floor, and in tbe {rare* ? Ll* Pe*?b advocated universal sufanfendmen? ^ in f*T?r ?f ,he *U ?nd Mr. Williams, at 4.TO, moved a recess until 7 o clock, ana gave notice that he would expect the senate to sit until it pasaed the bill At the evening session. tbe question w\s aken on Mr. W ilson's amendment, and it w is disagreed to. Mr. Hendricks moved to amend by insertin* he word impartial before the word suffrage* in the Klaire amerdment. tr,^-?aD,*bary,''ftid h* wa* *? totally opposed to every principle in the bill that he coald vote for no amendment to it. Mr. Davis said, while he was opposed as much as Mr. Saulsbury could be to the bill to mak.*i^?Ul(lJ0te lor the &men(lment, so as to make it Ws objectionable. o? thi what woald ?>e the effect of the proposed amendment. .w ^r.Heildr,c*!-i'1# 10 Provide tor impartial suffrage, Instead of universal suffrage. Mr. Doolittle hoped It would be adopted. L.aD'be "bould vote for tbe amend? U? JzszvtA srsitfsssjxi a.v?s"" ' " ? Mr. Johnson stated the reasons which had fnflu?aew<l tkina in offering the amendment known as the Blaine amendment. Mr. Buckalew stated the reaaon why be should vote against the amendment. He was opposed to the admission of any State upon tbe basis of universal suffrage. Mr. Craigen said that, nnleas the amend, ment was adopted, he should vote reluctant! v, if at all. for the bill. J' Mr. Frelmghuysen moved to amend the bj Providing that voters shall have resided one year in the State 1 Mr. Johnson accepted the amendment. ,w*K,irown ?a*e aoticeof an amendment to the bill providing that the military commaaders of the district* shall require universal control* th* di,lncl" h#,d "der tbeir Mr. Hendricks spoke against the bill as a military usurpation and an insidious and cow. ardly attack upon liberty. Mr. Henderson moved an amendment to the Blame amendment, which was adopted, as follows: Strikeout the words, '^ali male ci'iaen. ot the United States, twenty-one yeirs old and upward, without regard to race, color, or previoas condition of servitude, except sm^h I as may be disfranchised fer participating in law /fbe,,^"'.or toT fe,on* at com nun law, and insert in lieu thereof tbe followinr I Ail male citizens of the United States of I whatsoever color, rate, or condition, twenty- I one years of age and upward, wbe may have I been residents of the State for twelve months previous to the election, except each as ruav I be disqualified for rebellion, felony at com'mon la w, idiocy, er insanity. Mr. Frelinghuysen moved to amend by in- I ?r',n**provision that theeonstitntions of the ^ framed by a convention ot delegates elected by the persons wno may vote upon the I abrogation or rejection of the constitaUon. as hereinafter provided. The amendment was agreed to. Mr Sumner moved to amend by providing ?*! P*ndin? constitutional amendment ?k 41 ^ 2*114 wh*B ""' *<* by three.fourths ef In^CMgwas11^" 01 016 StatM now represented merit SaaUbDry *Pok# against this amend. I jodth ^?bn*OD> at i.:jo a. m., moved to ad- I Mr^Hendricks wished to make an agreement I [sauu-dayT)0t* ** l# ? clock to-morrow nigh:, I k Mr- Williams was an willing to agree to that I nay^'asfen*1* to ad jo nrn yeas, I Housa.?Yesterday afternoon? The Bounty bill being under consideration? Mr. Davis inquired of Mr. Schenck tbe Lhu?bJil.W W?Bld haT* W h* P^d andsr Jttr. Schenck said it waa very difllcalt to say I Smuma^connUng oftcers esUmated it at 522 S W " MwWKJaaug, and some at Sc60.mju,ouo. The conaitttt was satisfied that I under tbe deductions provided in the bill, the I aggregate would not exceed between seventy. I five and one hundred millions. The bill was debated at considerable length- I amended in some important particulars, and finally passed by a vote of yeas 3S, nays 6i?. I fTt provides that Instead ot any grant of land I or other bounty, there shall ? l^wMand paid to each and every soldier, sailor, and ma- I rine, who faithfully served as such lu tbe army, navy, or marina corps of the United States, including those recognized by Con- I gressinanact entitled .?An act malting an. I pronations for completing the defence^r I " ashlngton, and tor other purposes." an I G ved February 3, l*fe2, and including thoee ne on the rolls as slaves, and who has been I or may hereafter be honorably discharged from service, the sum of eight and eoe-third dollars per month, or at the rate of lui per year as I hereinafter provided, for all the tune durin* 1 which such soldier, sailor, or marine actuaiiv 1 so served between tbe 12th day of Apr.l. l^i I 1 and the I0ib day of AplI, 1M5. And in the case of any eucb soldier, sailor, or marine, dis- I charged from the service oa acconnt of wounds I 1 received in battle, or while engaged m the line of hia daty, the said allowance of bounty shall I I be computed and paid opto Mm ead of the term 1 of service for which his ealistmeat was made ' And In eaae of the death ot any such soldier I 1 sailor, or marine while in the aervlce, or la " case of his death after the discharge and be. 1 fere the end of bis term or enlistment, if dis. I 1 ^*rj5*d ?" account of being wounded, as pro- ] Tided, the allowance and paymeat shall he ' made to his widow If she has not been remar. ned, or If there be no wtdow, then to the minor I child or children of the deoeaaed who mxr be ' aader sixteen years of age. ] The second section provides for a deduction f ? (roaa the bounty provided for in this this bill of I ill prize money, and of any and all bounties ? Uready paid, or payable aader existing laws, t ay the United States or by any Staia. county, tity, town, or other mnlrtpal organimtloa or t jy any voluntary aaeociatlon, so that In no I 5ase stall the aggregate amoant ot bennty al- I . lowed aad paid from all sources exceed et?nt I 1 tnd one third dollars for each month of actual I 1 faithful service, or at the rate of one hundred leilnrs per year. i t The third sectioa excludes from the provlsons of the bill eabatitutee, enlisted ntal prle- I mmre. nod persons discharged at their own re. inaat, or that ml their annate or gnnrdiaas The reinnln4ng sections define the mode'of procedure to obtain bounty under this act - I imlt the lee of attorneys or agents to u foe I collecting bonaty In any caaa, under a peaaltv I 1 tf SI^JOO fine or Impruonment for one yea* I thschargeof Missxoeedsd: ? mctares transfsrs of the neonesnry nnnera ta I moshar party nuUnnd vo*dTum7u!hr?^t 1 o file claims under this act to two years from a *c.j 7 At the evening session the Benate amend- J M nenta to the hnnkrnpt Mil came np for actioa, I wiT*,Ju t?a?o?eerton of Mr. I>awea, fbo *ald there was no chanos | 1 >ur nnd ask ibr a committee of onufcreeee I The Honat ordered the audnfneeuan on that a ovon. I | 1 rut i *. * UUi *: Br. WMm (Isws) r?fvmk* mottoa ao LV- ?* ,k# which *o?M fc*' ,k* rjr#,cl of tajIDf ?he Mil ee lk? i?m? ?* *u takea by yeas AM mt*. ^ I M. eayei 7 ^ I jtT>< vm ttM *i<?OMirra4 | ^ latemal Ktrnw Mil *U Um diaI twm*d ay wtM kott of tdjoanant * * rata ibklaiiik Bielte?eeti M Ik* rtilM Mn^urtfrt? * ' le be a? |M IrfM of Ac* ( *} ?-* etwU Ireaa th* taMW Trlffrark Wires (at. a dtopstcfa dated Yaleatia. Febraarv is * 4s F- the ^tograpaic wire. --- H W(>rfcT iag kfivMi Vakeaua and Kiiitn,, ? 7K * clock lui alcht, and arc suit do wa and dlipatck from Heart"# (Jon teat, Febraarv I v ? p. m . uta au farther particular* of tbe Vakatji* D?iai.d laa^iK from Kekemeg to tfea aawa from Irelaad tkt N?* York If| mi of veeterdav afteraooa tan ?*r ?? bo ???. ibelnah are aa a*. Citable peopla. Forgetlul at Uw ridieaie that ,b.u been kfipil upon tken from tiaae to baa they are ever anxioas to beer *omsthinx aboal 22? h*PPycoustry. Although dnoaaaac onaa (al?e trader a nomeoi before, ate famte.t tabling of a flfbt at the other aide of the Au laatlc tend* ibta into a whirl at excitement They (tr* a wild -Ham!" aad tAaa re*a to thiTViI7 d,*coTw*<* Aead^aartera, thinking that there a solntioa wu to be round to dtrJaZZT ,",*"'C*BC* C^T5** > the cable dn-pa tehee. Ueatrary to exportation, oar re. ?nIt'*rhW**i? ll">r<r* Bo1 ? ?*? aarpnaad u? Bud the otBoea of II. <J E GI#*eoa fairlr thronged with amioua face* when he paid I visit there tbia afernooa. *Citn reaper- to the two veaeets reported to bar* arrived with Fanians and arm* tn Ireland, Oea ()lee?on ear* bey werad.epatched from New YorTji.TE the moment wben the whole affair was i"ked upon a* a hobbie, aad were iatended to ??1 into Baiuaekaui, Bay. a ^a2S?Ja5o?S the south of \ alenclx Gleeson alao state* that Stephens ia la Ireland at the bead of about ?a? omcer*, Wh0 ar. all know. to hare left thi. The New York Hermit aaya: The outbreak occurred at Klllaraev and tbe revolution.*u bad ma robed towar.lJ'lf eamare, pur^oed by Hrifitb 'roop* and artill+iv Anothar report MMri that information had . 7 ,b* * Loodoa of the landing ol two chip load* of Feaiana at Va S?i ,hJT El,rt,P'ao 'wminua ot the Atlantic cable, and that Sir Hugh Roe., of JSepoy riety. now sitting ,n the Hon* of Peer. ?a Lord Stratbesrn, and L*>rd INaaa. the Ohi?f N*ct*tary ot Ireland, who la a member of the> Honae ol Common*, bad uken a hurried partnra 'or the acane of act,un Thp risiBf tifis t&kfQ plac# in ft rn##*<4 whereat00"' c*un,ry-,h* couaty of Kef^,* Tt^hl P***""*. lamiliar w.th erary loot S.?^B.ffrrtiory. could eaa.ly erade aad hid d^. flnnce to a considerable body of troopa. Tae . DNnnou nver oa the north, and the Atlantic on tbe weat render it accaaeible to aid troir tha ooean. and itiaaaijtnitlcant tact thai for montha paM it baa been rumored that uauva piioia from the Shannon bava been in tbia couutry in the pay of the Feniana. The Sliaveoamou aad Ualu-aa mountain* are fall of biatorical later- * eat. It waa alon* thi* range that tka Karl of *?? troop*, auffered defeat iq 15W, tbeapot where tbe battle waa louaht be. In* hown ai tbe Haaa of Flume*, frJm tha number of Rrfti*h cavalrymen who fell in tn? TZHfitsrv of bmitb O Brtaa a ruing in lfH*. keamare toward* which tbe reTolntioniata are aaid to be marching, la on tbe Atlanti* coaat nearlv oppoalte the t*land of Valeatia, and it i. pro.* bably a force from tbe coaat that haa croaaad to the ialand." ol"* ' jTratl aaacH F*rrE.:oa -Tbayonnr Prince Napoleon tugene Louu Jean Jo.epd , P?.'?n a,,,, Aad proapoctive Lmperur ot t ranee, wa* born on the ,iu? of Marcb, 1156, and la now drawing toward th? completion of hiaeleTentb year. While aull in fmi be waa placed oa tbe muster roll of tha Imperial Uaard*. &a a prirate in tha repirnftt for, &a it was intended that he *huuld receive a military education, and afterward a**ume a military command, it waa deairned aa a compliment to tbe army that am abonld at l?a t nominally. go through ail tbe gradaadoua ol thew-rtice. When old enongh to becm to Horn the military ex<*rciaaa,be waa pot through m *i?h other youtha of bia age. and iu tbia ^fcTr^h" -e,!LIhe bayoMt oth<T drilia before he wa* eight year* old. By tbia time ba bad been made a non-commiaeloned oflicer or '' r**ltnent, aud he lanow paeaing.atep by ?ien through the vanoua gradet toward tbJran^c of co onel. But while apecial attention baa. been given to bia military tramiag. hi* education a* a citizen* haa not been neglected Be adea the ordinary rudimenuof uutrnctioo. ba has received le?vODC in two or three handicraft*, the last of which waa the netting np or typeaintbe Imperial printing o(II.-a of Pana 1 he object of tbia may have been aimplr to extend bit apbere ot knowledge aud eaiarra hia Tiew.ln atter lite but tAe ab.lity to ea?n a living, like an ordinary individual baa be. tore now proved a valuable accompll.hm^na thl h 5 . f 10 * tbe evfni of tht p^" , h# tmpaiwr Napoleon ill. before tbe prince Imperial become* of age it i* arIhafl ot lb* country ball be carried oa for a time by a Kerencv under tbe tapraaa. aaalated by Prince STapJleoa, conain of the Emperor.?Plui*. < --fj? EXTKAOKDIBABT St-KHB o* TUB TAaKBS ? Aa extraordinary eceae waa wltne**ed oa Tne*day evening, Jan Ckd. oa the Thama^ fi! ?. . "d?? ; tbe ice carrying awar the whole ot the ttera of ablpptng and larra steamer* moored on the north aide of tbe r.V?r (,7' damage wa. doae by collwloi aral email craft were annk with ^Hr cr.7," who were either craahed to death amoi77bi loe or periabed from drown lag The Held* or.?. that had boen accnmniatiag IlthiVSehLS tow fCJ'JZZZ ferm'dable. The excuemegt amLnT the crew* wan very great, and the daatrnc. tion among the ah Ipping by colllaionaad fhliinr WT^ ^ or therlvilf All the a teamen and veaaeli lying km m* varlona tier* oa the north aide of tha Thame* from tha Onatom Honae to the Tunnel p?er* including tbe Tower, Newcaatle, ?t \at^ rlba'k. Dahlia, Ax, ahared the^meAaa rL *act number of veeaeia that were lyiag'M tha varlona tiera i* not kaowa. bat of uT?ee wblcb were forced from their awortaf, ~?pad damage?eome ware ^mSiedl'Jthe * aad otherwise damaged, while tta re malndar were driven aahore. Ia oae iwanca which were carried awar fail aart craahed a aeaman to death Vl U Tab V laoiBiA Oobvabtiob or last it le 'ngular that ao step* have yet been uk*n ,? pnbiiah, in permanent form, the proceid?a? of thla important deliberate aJSSXT? ? peclally as th^ proceeding. Embody vindication of Virginia ia the ramt orWa that her hiatory haa produced, aad agaioat the a?K?rri rc?i,saii?n that can be preferred agaiaat *}?*** Weaaderataad that tbe emcial reporter of tbe Ooa ventioa haa la hta po*aeeeioa a.f"i Md *ccnrml* report or the debate* ana of ail the transaction* o/Vhe body lT^d" d tb* reputation of the State that this pracfoua record of the conduct of those who, at tbe time, held her deatiny <a their hands, of Ibe motives that actuated them, aad of the ohiectn at which they aimed, should be pablisbed now while the officers of the Convention and o many of its members happily T.7t"v"i give it their authenticattoa.?ffickstead Wkxg. Tbxxhbbt Houbes.?Dr. Dai ton. aaaitarv ??perintendent of the board of health of New fc" * detailed report onthmZ? Ur!?11 hoa*?* m that city and Brooklyn The aamber of leaemeat hoiee* in J'** ^ork to given at lb.toi, at which 15 mo are reported Tn bad sanitary ooadiuoa ' la * ?* teSSertSSt b.T i*"'T randition to mack better tbao that of the koases ia New York. The fact ??, more^ tbree.foartha of those dwellings are la tbe ? ra,'le condiUoa reported? an wholeaone lamp, badly ventllated/and aarrouadea k* Ulth?to Indeed startling. The tenement b >u?m ire generally occupied by a eSaaSPiEJSS :aaas:&sgs?r9-j!l ^ kfSSSJ^ York ?^*r^TOcates the eatinc VAn abandoned oil wall, at. Pithotau ia irei^iag out agaia, aad flowiag coploasly. w A Mtoaoarl womaa killed herself be. SSTi ?-e-JSE2 jetoilsis'jif353.?-w?'~ .. WThe sonthern cities are cry lag for oreem, which they cannot get. 7 VA man haa been married four weeks, baa ipplied for a dIvors in Daytoa, Ohio. fWMy f a New Tacit city etectioa like ha game of eacbret Bsn nss the aan* Vi*a hat carrtoe the Fire Petata. KrThelaaareal aUveaaa rsnelpto ofHarr. And for 1PM, lets, I8C0, were ovariwMtoJttaa VChlcago papers call the kiUiag of a ?-* sea oat of employmeet. w aarw, thoaaaad Ire WmJl* * *' ?* UmI* 901 VTlliwe r or be Northern Army ef VirglatA.' Aa tm^oruZ. tBtA. lover haa haea pithily dasarthed aa a (Ufthv 'haa'taaT***^ '^af IUMSACT*10* aiM|i* I|.U a >eA ?r*m e-r *r ft w.l* J >1