Newspaper of Evening Star, March 31, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 31, 1873 Page 1
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Hje f dctiino fSC i VSk. 41-N2. 6.249. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 31. J873. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR. fibll'Hei Dally, Su4ayi ci?|lcd, AT TUB STAR BUILDING*, Pf>B*})vuia Ainne, cor. litta St., t!I ITIflN 5TAS HISPAFIl CWlJT. ?> *. WrF/iW.V.V, rr*?i4*nt. -? ? TiM IVESIXG STAB ii wr.(<1 by canton to tteir .lbera .? TuC?I* r>.B WIEC.OT FoBTT r.?l B Ck>ts FEB Mi'MH. Copies at rha ounnt-r T*o Ct>i? ?cfc. Bj ii.ai ?thi.-e months, BiJG, 111 Biuuibs. fXuQ; one ytar, .? 3. TUB WEEKLT STAR-I* ?jf?r ?V Int *rAt> it. advance, in both ciiae*. aud ao paper *-nt lunger than paid f jt. E*t<? (f BdT-ftlnlr.ii fnrT.l<ih*d on aprl'mtl^n. HOTELS. 1 l< *?V X RD Ml V'SE, CffMrtt* ftT'fta-i fmnm. .. ? 'Li ?"-"*? If- <' ? E. WOOLS. Pr. p'r, ** j;*xt uu***TST'.?Tif? 4 itritf * f fl i^not imnri B'-ti-. hittag been tk^r<-?e. !y ren.tated an.1 r? ?i i?"b?-d. ttromftujr. n.*k- -a a at present on? of *?? BSO?ylestri.Me u !??- IB Wk>Mut?B. K. P H warri, I*t# pr^fr^tor, retain* *n litffMt til tb? H 1?1. vL Tr I f 1A ,i \h hl^o .l frier*?* ais'I fora?T p.tr dp, ??r mifiag thtfin tir>t f'?M * rr-ii.r ? t.,- *t ai. t a ???. T?*irm, ->i p.r tl.iy. T.Me E?*rd, .*20 p r nil; I n I miom u'.tu ;.;????"*i.?.o. -eM? W ? Ik. ^-^'N*, p* f: .-tor. .i H ? ? v v r. - l;ij / u i; t lr' ?''c iwpn-xemento?feci r-4 r^. *"'<sa?jd It i, r.iiVf..icu'lT lo -*'1'1* ^ti.Urd ti the ifa* of the W I'lmC'ti J?" J" '.rt ' ""> 1 Itjr P---..ijer railrvl, tile cart . _ * 'r m railriad ;*-* a. -i.-p-U. pae. the 4. .* ?er> two or three niinir-9. The fu. -'-i of t hi* h is? ran r*?ch any ..f the pnbiic n ' 'r* *? f the riaii. nat rapitrtl -?r any p!*> * of a? i ?? tnet f_, .tr . I?t a plea-vii.t rxlt- of ? f-w r-i' :?tf in* -? *1. : g ?L* line of til ? caittl ai -i r. :h?. ?harv? will ,{ t> tr.eir a<1v*nt!?c- in ?r. r 1>rU It 3 BOTIL^ N >. 7U? O STREET, ,r BiiwimTib ai: ''th Stkbet-. '.jiFt.fclAL UuiLL, JAMES MTKES, t''orrtCar. rH?>STI>? P..%VUViMi AbkHI, 0*lWt*n l':h n*'t IIik tnutf. Viz, D O sit rt the ff iic for ?? B'rona ratr. cMe ia tbe p:--t, :l? Pr ; r n r acks Lis o!J fri.-t.Ju mid to It.! ??? arcocini>^t.iti <n? <>f his pr--*. ;it ew?at ' *k!; ?n:. w,1- . n he pr. nii?m *t>all te f.>uud ?| lei%r* to ll)? Utet ill \i V??tlu?t"U. jai 2 tf (K- r.. Chr-.L J rpHlC BUI ANT UOCSB, ' B L< ??> i "" c? **t 14rh .".r*n r.ni y y fTmut ? ' r V"*'"* :?? l? <? "it M-:i P-rjian-iit ?:?? T.ar-nt P< arvfi ra ?i'i tl> ? h -tnH- of tlie ?n,?t ?!?-1 al-'y w.d a>! ?t C- u>euie:.t)^locat^l hou- -? I" 1 f?** C?T> . *" t lichtH ts4 TT? t ?" ? d ?? nvlcru U aieac C n.!. ? r *re low.hr.t the ????? ?n<1 th? com f? rt <.f a.l e ?.;i, ?r. rul'v prorM^i f-.r B"?r?rt r.Z WCHABItS, l>?? l-termi:,?<J to ?roT.d,. ? , .ui . ... r,.r nor|j ^>.f ^ C. U 1L1LAKI . EBBITT HorSB. WASHINOTQ5. P. C. TITE TRADES. | *ALl. "N J ?.-lf> K. BliiKN, ,v, * I - ? K;iw, ?? 1 - <;..- Kit: .ii?, ai. i S-W." f" ' ?????.. It- r ?- n.?? . urm-. N ?) 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PI'il'E HUTS AND \ ESTS. plain coats AN*L? vests. LIOHT PANTS. 1>AUK PANT3. M EDI I'M PANTS. we /.v vj Tt a v i.\st>arTJOM or our t'A f v VA I. L > L A UH h STOCK Of SPHlMfi OOOVS, BXLihTJXv IT TO KE THE LAl.t. EST AM) BUST SELECTED I.X THIS MA Hh 1. T. hablk brothers, FAi^U ION ABLE TAILORS, _ " ?'? ,r Oii'ft "F 7th ant. I) Sr*. II ak department, * AwtTMt GR5ERAL> OrFlCK, T?.^ ... .. . r J?A?"?S?*OS. M trch 24, IVi. mZt.t, 'f l'*????"? tut? f.H'.iW n?r ? ?ul^cl oi lL>-- J'WOM It J ft A* A. t f.i -liable tb- >>.-rr*t ..f War to p?\ ?h> ?*pet - - ii.cv.rT' il iu <?p|.r^? n? ?h? in.l> ?? I " '? Tj-rrit- ry of M S.JL, in lh.' >.-w ??Khteen hnn<lr.'<| ar.4 ?i*ty-?^\ph. Be *- 11* tu S*Mif ??./ H-mst 9/ h-v -*tm Imttr.f of ??, SM.'fi ?/ ^ifiTM m r . . Th:it it "hail t..- the duty "f th- per ??:ci>riit!tig f the treinnry totumiur an-I ?letrrti: tie iUe umouu * j?i?tly .In- np-.n th<-ctiiin? fi>r e\p-D*p? n-c.?*art'y in?-nrr?l in -uppr.-.mg liMiiai; h.-?tiliti^a in th.- Territory of Montana, iu t! e*e?ri >'hte. n hundred and ?i\ty-?ev. n, wtiicli f.?x |w..|> t ?aniir 1 aud r-p .rt?.| npoa by Io?re?-t<>r '? ' '??. J 'i - A. Hj?r.|iet hut la n<. r*-.? ,h i:l th ?i i; .. ? I 'I.--r* n h- in i*x.-e?s of th-hw:?1 r p..rt..|| .;.i,; i,^n? ral H trdie; an I in <oo!i in,>?ti ?*' ?"! ? I. ?! lit. ii> taken |,> O tieral H-trill* n Jr *: ??? -?? "hall te r^eit. d iu evideiK.-, bn: ?. i*A? ' r-?iiil".l hi?conclusive uul *f. i.'V- ??=???? w.th Aad th-. m,uis ... *?t.tli be paul to the pers .in ?. ver ,'"'r?,uh, *<*?'!w^i:*'.?oernnl.rth? ?''??! i .i be >vr>-!*iy i'f War: P...e,veJ, Tlia th- a. c i -it < ? . r -noh p^> m-nt .hall Iw iu (nil .fall Ctaij: I to ,uut or Mill ?:4u arovid.-.! fur*. ? r. Tt .it p rli tii r.n-1-r rh? proTi-j mi < f th-t at t -h ? ! I. aifiited ? .'! pn.il >.!.!???? pr ??. -.1 a Ilkin > rmr f r ?m t ft,. uf r hi* . Aiir.v^l, M%?rh 3, 1^7^. A* At r -iJBWi z appr- pri.i'i mi t^> ?u^pl\ l?-f\ jen . Ill th- a PIT .pr: It!..li? f.T the >er>ir-. , f th ifTt'Ten.. al fear en-iinr J'tae ihir t e ? .? irMeeij hnn-lri <i nii'l wenty-tiiree. nini t r ft lie t I'lirp. ? . ti- tt .km:.4 Kj ft M-n* * n?4 H?**r of K-ur nf ik, .V?.?. uf Amxna >a t?? ???>.? a?. .J. T i at th- followiuir <um< j.,.. a, j Itoey are h rel.t . appr. priateil, ..nt - f auy tu uef iu y**ry n t nth, m i.- ippr .pHated, to .niip t .|efi clear lea i? th- ?prr priati- n? for thd'a rt iV- ..f the h ' |'T \ V*1 "Mr Jt'1-fhni-tli. yVST. I^ Tf "rL":-' *n J ,h- ? -rm-r ' *| ' / other pi rp-..pamel): "f * ?}<-r 'rtirt, 'to th Coi.k-rV? t. rJv t J P<-e?-M ?^utionof V.m 1" f*y.-.T"r-\f- i >. mrurr*4 iti .nppreaa ??# aeetKiaIra of ^j, *-t ruml-u -a:i niikintt *r. priati,.n- f..r -un-lrt HvU . xp-iv.-, of the .^? ?ri>fii-:i?,and 1 Tolh-r prirp ??. f^r th* v.-,r end ing Jnne tlie thirtleth, righieeii hni.dred an.l ?~v e?it . apt r-it ?1 July Bfte -uth, e,*hteeu himdr^d 22llr*^2li ? f "r >Jr' T i!'rr" h ?>*reby KfflK."*"4 ,ro,u *'?> "?-???> '?? lhe Tr?-a-nry of the ?therw|?- appr- priate.1. the J?r.V iff..w lh-'0?amt thr*- haa Sy " ?? moci. ?h-re?f i, * ? Aprr-.ee*!. Mart I. 3 ICS srlsHHfe'P '<" ? ' ?**4 rn*v ? m :T" P"*<T ??f lUt Tft. y to CoiJcM*t iKu ?*ird?iiiih? Ittt^rc*^ e u*il 111 ^i kc ?r?' Wakiiiagt. b. d. c.,.2Zr;: ? ? *" ? "reeta. wgihuett, lut , I.-the dn y , f pay in it the MBB* awarded rUinatit* of the Bvvre'art of War: 1 mv' v ? I? TOWNSKNO.A<ijm/4iHl G-mer J p J. ubibbrobb: ~ iiimiiMS;'?Sb'*tvT?m * c?-> " WaahiactA >ROl>UEAD^Tro~; ? k .. , IB04 r atreef. tasSSL^'St?, X ?2?jr?-. ? * 1 ? - ??? rii a ? mm _ ?o. IM7 Pbbmtltahia A AMUSEMENTS. \\ AS1II 1KTOS THEATER CO>IIQUE. i Ki-v-i t'i ?treet, aonth Pnjiasvlvama ?v?nne| < A lj inii * the rear of Harvey's Restaurant.) Etigag' i-ont of the inly Original and VeritaM ? LEYANTINfe BROTHERS. The or>_'ina! J "ha C. Ln ?nliiw and Br ?th'-r T? < ft ? : j mti<" !!"??.? linn <nnl?*r tli< ir iitrdmrtMl name w.-r f> , nerl v pnp'U i f the above perforator*. E:. ??. wiit "! th Cnariuinsf Seri->-.-?niic VurAliat, ' A Kill K LAV A KN IE. Cr<?t Smce-m of the Versatile Arti-3*, KAWAS ANI) EDWARD Our n?".al treat <-? itipany . tw ? > gi ?ii<l ballets, it ?n pei1 >>' ??>. A r.-a! <? nsati <11 drama, THE WHITE ROYS OK IRELAND. mr SPECIAL NOTICE.?On THURSDAY. A pi .' 3, th Vai.agt ment take pleasure in ami -uin it . the presentation of th* great *p> etacnlar l>a! I ?. >i.'life i.e*, C|,tn|. .1 THE CAPTIVE, "r THE B1R1' ( A(iE OK EI'F.N. produced after elaborate pr. pe -ition. ami at a coat f ? 1,8<1' G"vrg' 'is S [ tv. M?uiiitU"Tit Property*, Character a-i'l C -III C '?In apd with anew B illet Tr- i p i>d k Parker, otto r.i ?b\nk, .iamks r<'l'* ? L ASS, and in M min."tl> Troupe >-f F ? S':r Ai'i-t-. >t Oil MONDAY. April 7, will appear the "<)? 'tv '?'"'fly < oti.binati-n" in th-- er ? iN ?? of miidem -ea ? ati iif,"YA<TP. u-t ton. I tide. 1 a highly su.i fv.l "iitiKum-nt at tie llolida. -ir?et Theater, rt il tinore. irtSl JOHN O'BRIEN'S ?.real Traveling: World's Fair* MENAGERIE. CIRCUS. CAR/IVAN, AND MUSE'JM, I \DERSI. MONSTER TENTS. WILL EXHIBIT ii.i SIXTH STREET L(*T, ('"KBrccint; MONDAY. APRIL 1 Irn, KIR ONE WEEK ONLY. LOOKOUT KOK THE TWO MILE PRO' E"? sION. FIFTY ('ACE; OF WILD \X IM \LS AND Ct7 Klo-iriKs TIIE TWO SEPARATE BANDS OF MI S10 IN tit ?LI>EN CHA RIOTS. THE KOI U Ti N l.IUNOt EROS. X '? >"i !? i.'i lit-, t no half pr:. e,!' t! -i\ilir--i,i. t t\iiil .:h ns in j,.ral-1 uts. THREE PERFOMVNIE, DVII.V. AT 10 A. 31., vi P. M. AND 7 P. .M > V. . iwver :i yr>N'??inii i< vit "i. there will b !v I -rf- nil.hi- e-. in the Afun: ? rt a. J a!?J E >1.k at 1 p. in. ? WI1T1IT, Qeal Wirtw. I |J1 R U B \ LL. A \v A1 L'H NEW Oi l K \ ioi SC. ? ? Jull.V T. > OKD Pro pi irtoi ami Man t ?r. FAREWELL PERFORMAN' E OK Til t. (.K IND ENGLISH OPERA. S. B lir< Uf and \\ m tt . S- tiii*, M making Dii t- 1 -. F ;.l' t ?. >!- a - '?. I li -ti I. S |l-lirei|j, ?*! J1 :i! I> :e,-t .r. TI1 IS, flatnr '?) > E VENI N<;. >1 <? i-li W. si..Mil ''arewtil p. rfen . iLt^e. Ll"? 1A 1>E L \ M Ml HMiU'B, l:r-t I i ie in E' s. li<h in tta-li nc ii. w i f' ilr f 'l! ?in>r p i-i.l.ir iiru-tf Mi.--R - H i >11 Bi - akr, Mr. JrSi Clark, Mr. 11.11. >1 NfW'.iin. Mr. Micli"!t t'i-1 i'h?-r? S- - -? <!T' -I -I' ? h ? i ip-r-? II m- alil Elli-' 51 ; i. S: -? (.RAM' IT \ LI AX OPERA, LI"' 'i \ irn KKLLOlil-. TilI"liSDAY. April 3.1. S?! .,t" t- ??- n n.ei C-- M ii'lay at E''i-. r. | |DU FELLOWS' HALL. bO UK Xl'iHTS O.M.Y, ('.'iiiti.ntibf MONDAY, MARCH 31. ROMOI.I BROTHERS* Ui at Moral E*hil,.ilioc et the Nineteenth Century, WILTON'S PARADISE LOST ! Fi'"m the original <le*i*p* of On-tave f> .r". The ? biy cciuplit# repr-<?entalii n of the i-nt-jectev r I ef. re . rt. r. -l for pnlilir exhibition, (."UPRISING UPWARD OK 100 UORUEOU-S TABLEAUX I A lu fi, Ut . ecti-, rhil4renl2Scent<<. li . r* open at 7 o'clock; p- rforiuauce c.irnnte i/-.* M ? II!2 ' W E V EN1H ANNUAL TOLR OF THE LIRiEST EXHIBITION IA THE WORLD! THE Great roropaiigli Show Will Exhibit at H ASHllttiTOX roth V.iYS OXL y, V>EDNEM?AY, THURSD VY, KRIDAY, ani SATURDAY, Arr. i. *i, 3, 4 and i, ON THE SIXTH STREET LOT, ? Aftrrnour. ami EreiiiBS. ADAM KORKl\\UGH*S FIVE EMM MO US SHOWS, Under FIVE MAMMOTH TENTS, Combating of Tiro ESORMOl'S MENAGERIES, Under Two Vast Teiiti-; Tiro colossal museums, I'n.l. r Two Mnuijnosh Touts; AND A GIGANTIC DOUBLE CIRC US, Uii'iei a Huge Double Tent? five ten's in all, an.l holding U,uuu -pectar-m. oricanueil al a c-.-i of one liiillioit dullara, containing l,i?U RARE WILD BEASTS And B-autiful Birils, 10 000 WONDERFUL CI R10S1TIES' Repairing a working f rce of 1 OOO MEM AND HORSES' Ti e Circu*contain* more and BETTER PERFORMERS tlian :vxj> ftre i ircu-<e? in the world. THE GRAND PROCESSION! Behi'1.1 the iO GORGEOUS GOLDEN CAGES Ami Jr ?? e# i>t Ponieo, tr >opa of Camel*, tulepnaii'-, op. ii.il Iti'tis, Statttary, and one mile of bril liai.il> i rnaBieutetl ? agea. Chariots aa.l l?eiis. Military Baud, Ac., Ac. ?y" Cliib!it-n in all Orphan Avvlitms a.liuitte.1 rK ev: liberal re<iiH-tioni> t" claaaea in Natural His l"r? in all -rh.><?!?. A ppln atiou? llieref-jr to be ma le to tlie proprietor before 12o'clock noon on exhibi tion .!aj. ADAM FOREPAI'GII, Sole propri-tor. R S. DING ESS, General Direc tor. m2l)-k* Ai.KAN1> I'ONt.'ERT, under the direction of E D. 1 RAt Y, E~|., will le* given WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 2.1ST), at WokI"' < ha pel, for the BENEFIT OF GRACE M. E I HURCH. Theaiugera number thirty, ami are selected ft. n. the l>e?t amateur talent in the it) . Price of ?dn'i??ioti. ft* cept? m?-4t* ALL'S NEW OrCRA HOCES. JoHN T. FORD.?-.Proprietor and Manager. M AX MAKETZEK Director. GRAND ITALIAN OPERA. POSITIVELY TWO MIGHTS ONLY AND SAT URDAY MATINEE. Fir?t appearait* of Enrope's gr?at?wt lyric trace riieone, PAULINE Ll'COA. Only ai?pearan?-e of Awrica't graateat prima donna, claka Louise kellogo. Full atido n.pU-tei-r. b-*traan4 chorus. The entire i op-pun' ft' tu the Acailrmr of Music, New York. THI RSDAY, April 3-LUCOA-FAUST. FRIDAY. Apiil 4?KELLOOO?TROVATOH. satukimt; GRAND MATINEE-LUCCA FAVOEITA. ftpcrtAL XoTirt.?J'ulwa rip'ion f'>rthetwo nights" Brv rv?l Se tts ii On ??*tra, *(i The aal- of Sob M-r^tii.n T.tUeis will begia on Monday, March 31, at EUia M':a?r Store. at9a. m. R^iilar price* of adtn ""'oii: Admission. .^1. ?<r.<xl Seat?, ^1 and fl extra. Sa>e for Single Sight" * ill b? tin -?? Tuesday. m!7-tf OliK'vi tfa RxkiMliM iliwVa. ?-b 5 and Sal* < 4)? ,TB MARRRITER'S ??T" * No 43i? 7th atreet, bet ween D >i?l I 4r?ti, ?l|hf Aoor* above od?f Fellow*a Hall. Ch->tc? Oil Paintings, Eugra* inga, Chr-'Otoa, AO. Alar, targeat at.^k Pip-r Hanging*. Windaw OmIw. PltHrfa, Frames, Picture Cora* tad TlH *kHMe'cA *H ' 'P Dtatrict FU>a~- reme?riber S?ri? ao4 Namtiei. ,sl fj* LiT*INlii Vf OAST^OFF wkaeTro ap PA REL can be auid to thu rery Oe?t a fvan" STaddraa?.rg orcaJ"u? < ? JUHTH, ^ a?J 7IA a. Motet by Mil Mlfff ?? 0"* ??**? M A SPECIAL NOTICES. The pr?ifBl iMrrr season has thoroughly te?ted the virtues of Mrs. Jones' Cough Mixture?thousands ol bottles having be?n need with certain succes*. Its tri*l has been most thorough. A mere co!<l or congh or the moat aggra vated case* it hit* cur?*d with e.jual *nc<"es?. It is not objectionable to the taste, and can therefore be readily u*<d for children and persons who object to nauseating mixtures, particularly as it* done* are rniall akd every dos>- contains the g>-rm of an ulti mate eure. It* valne in advanced cases or those verging on consumption must n tbe underestimated. Maty such it has entirely cved, even case* of a kn< *ledg?-d consumption. While it does notcur-.it greatly relieve#, and a large number of th.--e u-f r tunates now use It for th,- gr-at re|i?-f it art'Til- th^ui. For a Cold,Congli, Influenza, Brow-luti*. 11 ar*e ce?s,or any affection of the throat ur lung* you can Uff nf thir-g more reliable. Prices?larg" ?i7?-. *1: ??piall. .'0 "ts. For "*le only by ARTHlll NaTTANS. DrtigKi*!. n:12-tr Corner 2d aud D stro ?'* north* Batohelor's Hair Dye is the I'M in the worM the only true and perfect Hair D) e; no rid'-uions tint*, iif I'i-appi >intment, harmless, reliable, in?f'ii taneou* black or brown; at all druggists', an-t lb Bond street, New York. f3-etly A Card. A Clergyman, while residing In South America, m missionary,discovered a?*T?a:.i simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Disease ol the Urinary and 8<initial Organs, and the whole train of disorder* brought ou by baneful and vicious habits. Gr> at nambera have been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the aff ict?-d and unfortunat.-, I will send the recipe Tor pr^pariiig and nsistg this m.'diciri". in a sea!-d envelope, to any oae wb" need* it, of Charge. Address, J03EP11 T. INMAN, Station P, Bible H u*e, n.nr22 !y New Fork City. BALLS, Ac. r|'n (-II.WD UNION BALL. under the auspices ..f the ST\TK ASSOCIATIONS Will p sitixiy t.ike place TUESDAY EVENING, A pril 1, I-7J, at 1 N A I'll I RATION HALL, Exrrci*e? beginning at fi 3U o'clock. Ti< kit*. admitting getitleui' n and la l- s. fur ? al 4t 11: i i ? i, i p .i !i ,f , t In in I-1? ? -t..r*-* <>t >1 - 7er. tt and Ellis, the b> ok?t r. > I II. 11 Motor. . Co., Philp .v Sol. noiti-. K' t \and ,v T >?trs, and I the Pr- M'!- nt- f the 5s ate Asp<xv.iti- n*. Can, - - at redm-ed rat. ? al Allin n Nai: n <% 133?t E street t. 11 n u . *t. nt _? I QR.no (ilARItTball] THE SECOND ANNUAL BALL. for the Benetil < f ? Till: CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL will be giii ii. under I to- ati^p: i -s ? f 11" Hirr-c'- r* ? f tb.,t ii.~ti.ti* i* in MASOJtiC TEMPLE,on tUe ev ?i.; i l' < t T I'FSDA Y. tlo- l.V Ii - d A pril n^xt 1 -v*t s , ;oln*. :i j i .t, a ^?-ntU-iiiau and iad>,^->0*) ear!'. n :7-(f f Oili n R- p. X S -ri 'av papers cop\ 1 LAD IKS' GO') Pa j^TAllPING DEPOT, bl 7 Seventh S IS ! t, feba-Tr Opp -ife Pam,t O^ire. MISS Mc CtiKMICK, j>u. OOi P'Hn sjhim >a Ar-aue ( hp S'H'fK I* in receipl .1 i ftm aaaortment ? : iMPOATKD OOODS, tr>- iji 5li-s S'i York. k. ceptlon termeriy at 710 lltii st h H-hi-ot^n. BAL'TES NOl'VEACTFS. PAKIS. ? ONFECTION8 ET KOBES DE BAL ROEES ET LINGERIE. .FLOWKU.S. FEATHERS, LACES, Vr. The Lrulies of Washington and \i-i:.itv ar" re spectfully invited to call a;.d examine goods b-l-.re purchasing elseu here. flj ly JELLING OFF I ^ SELLING OFF ! AT C0*T, TO DISSOLVE r ARTNEUSIil P, the entire "fork OF THE NEW YOKS BAZAR, ?.-<*Vfiith Ftr** t? ncai E. In-irT-tr NO IU MHI G. E. L?.NZBEKU * CO., Belling out entire stock of MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, at and below cost. 707 Market Spa?, ianJu flm betwe^i 7th and 8th street* northw.vt. PORTER OF HUMAN HA1B. grand bargains at MADAM fc ESTKE.VS, A19 13.'4 street, second door/rem (i street. B"metnb*r the name and nnn.ber. Ch?ap Curia SwUcbea.Cbignoiia, Brania, Putfs, Friz/.ettes, ^f rki a?et>t *(> 1 -s. Call an4 see our new stock before pur Cfeaell K-Isewhere. d,?21ir ?*f ADIES' " Lj FRENCH STARCH ENAMEL [* the beet article iu the world fur d..ing up Llr.'-u >i Miuliu. It imparta a beautiful gl.^a to the fabric, for sale by ail Grocers. Bl RhilAM A CO., Mannfactnrera, 160 West Loinbar i etreet, JanW-ly Baltimore, Maryland. EXAMINE THE GOLD SPECTACLE, Only >'b, H H. HEMPLER, Opticiam my tr 4. ^ str. et. ()UR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. A FI LL ST0< K. A FINE STOCK. A CHOICE STOCK O COATINGS, TROUSERINGS AND VESTlNQs. A PERFECT FIT. A FASHIONABLE CUT. J-'ir't-ClmfS H'oii'/ nn'rii/' Uunrantr-J. VAN EARLY INSPECTION IS KESPECT FCLY INVITED. HASXsK BROTHER8, FASHIONABLE TAILORS, J?'27-tl C<?R\KB 7th *10 D TK-EKTS. RAPIDITY AND EASK W1IH WHICH CORKS are removed and tbe feet relieved. If ailing, from DB. WHITE'S Eatab 1'HE Boniou*, Bad Mall*, Ac., W um. nana o asiau liahaitnl, fM 1Mb street, opposite tbe Treaaury, ia *"}? Mrpneln* to peraona unaccustomed to bia method of operating,which i* entirely different from tb* old-time practice of tearing offthe ingrowing toe ?*{' v?F***9 ^to the bunion, a diatreaaingly Mlnfnl method, anfone which obliged the sufferer lo go aboeleaa,, and aemetimea on crutcbea, for week* or month*, and no doubt tended to shorten Ufa. at least to make K far leas pleaaaat and naeful bntV White'a operatlona are fr^nentlr bo^by'chUd^n without cum plaint; Uiere ia little or no pain, no loaa of time, and tf none but suitable aboaa be worn, the treatment, avea in extreme caaea, effect* a perfect cure: though the feet being used ao constantly Coma are liable to come occasionally with even the beat ?tting shoes, and Industrious persona think there la economy of (tea, comfort, and health ia an occa eia! visit to the Chiropodist; and it ia avail-known t that thnnaanda of person*, away of them thoae i honored in public and private life, come fr nsit- _ . . iany of I I _ Lo refer. " fS-tr far and near to ?IsitDr. White's Estabdabment, to ? haa aaaoUcitad permlaaion I^BB of whom Dr. Whita EEW NATIONAL MA&EET. FRESH, 8ALT and SMOKED MEATS, of all kinds and of( the beet quality, furnished aeaaoiixaa be procured at this Market. martl-ly E?>BT. HYATT, 414 Uth at. splendid as a i J MADAME _ tJANDFACTOBY, W. BRIGHT WILL, Successor to CARROLL F. WINSLOW, SHJKTMAKSk AMD DtALKB TW Mnt FcES'sH!MG?, 4*9 Oth Street. JH. Having Mr. Win*low"< patterns and mea*-/UCh res, ana control of his manufacturing facili-HHl Tad tsVP 11m ?? ores, tiee, hie old cu*tomer? are recommended eave their oid-*r with me. m J1 " OHLD flOLD, SILTEE, BRASS, COPPER, Brc., ? bought at fair pricee for affew fork hMsa. Household Furaltars bought ?J<1 ?QM Wotes by mall MlMllll Mtllf to by ADGEESTEI*. 140? EVENING STAR. Washington News and Gossip. The (Tskkm vr.Ai.AW K outstanding to-da\ > f 3M> Dr. H. R. Lintermam hag entered u|>on duties as chief director of the I'. S. mint it Philadelphia. Iksi'Eitou Gkseral Haudie win leave here '?aily next month for a tour of inspect ion on tli ? Pacific coa-t, an?! will lie ab?* ntseveral months. Internal Rkvence The receipts from t!ie source to-daj were mak'ug the total airo-int for tlie mouth euding to--l.iv Vic* President Wilson leave? for his home in Massachusetts this evening, fie will remain n Natick most of the summer, and will employ his time completing his history of the rebellion. Representative Brooks, of New York, is -till confined to his bed at his residence, on F ?treet. H.ast week it was thought he w i improving, but yesterday and to-day Lis condi tion was not so iavoralile. Saie <<f CoLr> am> i'rr.< hase ok B?>sns? Secretary Richsrdscn has directed the assistant treasurer at Now Yolk to purchase half a mil lion of bonds Wednesday, April Mb, and \\ ed nesdav. April 2>d, each. and to sell one and i hail" million* of gold each Thursday during the month of April. The American aru British claims cim mission have thus far settled two hundred u.d liity-nine cases, leaving two hundred and eighteen on the docket, the larger part of which are ready tor hearing, I'he commission are confident they can close their business in Sep tember next." EARMM'i Withheld.? In accordance with the recent act of Congress, instructions have been issued at the Treasury Department to withhold the whole amount of earnings of th" ("nion Pacific and Central Pacific railroad companies for mail traiisjKirt.ition service ) >r the government. RESTORATION ill 1.ANDS SKI ZED FOBTaXE*. Commissioner Douglass has employed a com petent civil engineer to make a -urvev i id prepare a map of lands in the southern -t r- -. s?:zed and sold for direct taxes, < ioi.'gress li;ti - ing autliciized the restoration of these land* ujion pnvineiit of 1'i^'S. co-ts, .Vc. A gre?t j ortion if these lands are in Soutu Catoiin t and Florida. N wai ''hanoi:*.?Professor I'd ward S. II den lias been ordered to the n tv'il obs> rvai- r_v in ci'y. Lieutenant ?'onimajider Ldw ?rd Hot per 1 as been tit -ta l:e?l from the New \ na\ , ? \ ;u d and ordered t?> League i-laiid. " ? - ol d Assistant Kngineer ?). 11. Thomas i* de tached fiirn the L? ague island nival st ? on ai d ordered to duty a- a m< mf>er of the Roird of exHminers. to meet here on WeduostUy to ex.uuine i aiididates for promotion. ii\ ick Work.?It having been discover. ! by the Second Auditor*- office that one Andrew d. Sweet, Of Lyden.N. V., was att< mptiugto de fraud the Treasury by the presentation of li ieged l'a'se and iictitious papers, evidence wa fiiinishtd ihe l . S. attorney lor the nortii -in district ot Nm York on the 1Mb instant, w itli instruct ion- to prosecute. Tln-di-friet attorney now rc-]K?rt- that Sweet w as arrested and cvan: in<d en the Jotli; indicted on the ^ls?: tried an I convicted on the ?M in.-tuiit, and sentenced to one *< ai 'e imprisonment. The ?ai.e of ?eats for the short son?on 'wo nights and matinee) of Italian opera coui ju< need this morning at Ellis's with a briskness -how tig the interest felt in the appearance li 'r.; of ti e. great liuropean operatic tragedienne, Lucca, m conjunction with our own prim i donna, Kellogg. To-morrow the sale of single reptiser.tation tickets will be conim.'n :d Seats w ill be at a preinio in before Tlrir- iav n'glit. ipiite evidently. Ttie troupe is Very 1irg and complete, insuring a good orchestra ? n i good cliorus, .is well aslirst-rate talent in lead in| parts. 1 i >fc.itai. "F Rear admiral Mont <mi: ry.?The it mains of the late Rear Adnrral John P. Montgomery, w!io, it will be rccol- j lecteil. commanded the Wa-hington navy-yard during the latter part of the war, and wjo lie I on ti e i."tb instant at Carli.de, Pa., were in'erre i at Oak Hit! cemetery, Georgetown, this m >rr. ing. The services were held in the rimi.M and wire conducted by Rev. Dr. Sunderland, ti e nduiiral's former pastor, and the r.-m tins v.arc borne to the grave by eight seanr-n I.oiu tin \\ asliington navy-yard. There was a large attendance of officers of the navy. Mw. Senator Looan returned to the city Satuiday morning from her long and me'au cholyjonrney to southern Utah. She ac< om patiied the remains of her father. Captain < unninghum, to the family resting place in Illinois. .To perform this last act of filial auc tion Mrs. Logan performed a journey of u? arlv li.iNiO r.iilcs, and spent three continuous weuk< in I'ldnterriipted travel. The rejiort that sin \eas insulted by the Mormons, in the presence of her dead father was not well founded, the dis turbance having been occasioned by soiae lrre sjioiistlile boys. Senator Logan expects t^ leave for Chicago "on Wednesday. Latest prom tus Modoc I.ava L..o4.? The following has been received at army head> qusaters: San Francisco, March 23, 1n?S. (.'in. IF. T. Sk*rm<r*i, H athtny'wi, If. C. Your telegram of the "ifth in?t*nt has b?^n received. 'The cn?mmission as at preaen* or ganized woiks well. Yesterday the Modocs again invited a conference, ah? Col. GiKem, who with the naitv examining t'.ie appro?ches to the lava beds, had a short interview with two ot the most intelligent; both, however, of the ]n-a.ee party, lie is of the opinion that they are more subdued in tone and more amerible to rtasoning than at last previous interview. 1 think that when the avenues of escape are closed and their supplies cut on or abridged thev will come in. Kd. R. S. Canby, Brig. Gen. Commanding. By courier to Y'reka, Cat. Iscr.EAfin? Salaries?E litor of Star.? Your brief article in The Star in relation to in creasing the salaries of Congressmen and heads of bureaus seems to justify a word in behalf of another class who have uo prestige with men in high places. You say it is parsimony of Con giess to increase the pay of the heads of orticcs only per amium. when that l>ody increa>ed the"pa>'-of it" own member# #2.500 per annum. Now, if that be parsimony, then to refuse to increase the pay of the clerks ot the_depart ments who do the work, required U> discharge the business of the government, is downright stinginess and meanness. From 9l,'J00 to ?? l.uio is paid the mass of these men, and it-is enough [>er annum/?r rt'?- Some of them are everv whit as much'men as the heads of bureaus and numbers of Congress, view thorn as you mav. They have snug times, many of them, in sup'porting their families on their pay. But they belong to the mass of the people, and who cares for the people? So it goes, millions for fustian and high living to high officials?not one cent to pay properly the labor at the clerical desk or elsewhere. Vigilano*. Thb Postal Car Diwcclty? Tk<- Cota paniet Kecmtider their DeUrminmtum?The raH road companies whoso roads center in New York have consented to continue running the postal cars, and apply to the Senate committee on transportation, now in session, to have the matter of compensation adjusted. They have therefore notified the Poetaaater General that the cars will be continued until a sufficient time sball have elapsed to ascertain the views of the committee on the subject. The Senate com mittee will set a day to hear all the parties. The Postmaster General has addressed a letter to the Attorney General, stating that in cases in which the utmost limit of compensation fixed bv law had not already been reached, the de partment has paid additional rates, ranging from ten to twenty-five dollars per mile per an nam for cats of tnis description running once a dav in each direction, and that these addi tional rates have been generally readiIt, and sometimes eagerly accented. In his letter to the Attorney General ne propounds several very important Interrogatories, to be answered hereafter, respecting the power of the federal government to prevent injury to the (>^ople*s Interests by such combinations against the Post Office Department. - Kilifd bv the Ca**.?A colorrd bov. aged oloht or nine years, whose parents live in King Will ism coiintv. Va., wa, ran over by the Richmond and Ye,rk river 'rain Thursday even SJr1Both his less were cut oil above th* knees. tStflSfS ? the accident. IIOW lh<> P?j ol Kolire?l V?\al Olliwr*. THE CKCOSO CONTROL! KB'i? I > TXKPKKTAT'< ? N OF TIIB SEW LAV. The act of Congress making appropriation - lor the naval ?er\ ice, for the year eivtfng ?' ? 30, 1*74, ami lor o*her purpose*, approved ?! .March, 1S73, makes a new |>rovision of pay : 1 officers on the retired list "who have been or may Ik- hereafter retired, after forty years' \ ice, or on attaining the age of Mxty-lvo year . iVc.. or those who were or maybe retired fr u hicaf a.'ity re-uitiiur from long" an.l f.i!thfal s ? - vice. The Secretary of the Navy ha solicited tbe opinion of the Second Control ? as to the interpretation of the new law, the - ter officer decide* that tht law give* to each or*., ct-r t?> be lx neliud by tlie act, m'venty-tire p r centum of the sea pay now authorized to t o grade (if a stall officer) or to the rank if a 1 <> oftieer) ?liif'i lie held at the tiaaeot* retireme In i< ustid lo the question whether or not a ti.eel ? nicer ol the >taft is entitled to pav on o retired list according to his relative rank, i; - the CWfi.trolle r's opinion that the rank, per only relative, doen not carry pay. The U >? providing pay lor paymaster* aiul'surgeous un the acti\e li-t. gives them severally the pax t< p,nn i-'trs or surgeons -iiuply, and not *?cai> tain> or commanders, and the same principle should govern pav menta to these officers on ! le retired list. A" ti. thedate from which the pro \isionsoi the act relating to the employment of retir? d officers on the active list, and to the in creased pay of a promoted officer. are to be con sidered as in force, the Controller is of the opin ion tliat the dale the act was approved Mar !i 3. Is73,) is the date on which these provision take etlcct. Any officer, however, on the ie tire d list, who, at the dateof the act, was <>u <!ut\ under orders from the Navy Pepartm will beentitled to his duty pay until reliev!, up to any period previous to'tho 1st of .1 tlv next; the prohibition in the proviso appKr.; only to putting them on duty alter the dat * of the act. The question lia* been prc-s'tit. ?! whether the length of time an ofiicer is borne on the retired list aIFects his pay. It doe- no:. An increase depending on length of service i - ures only to officers on the active list. After retiremeiit. an officer's pay i.- not moditi.'d :??? time, or by liis promotion in rank or grade. A corres|?)inlei:t 11-ew herecomplaina t'.ia'" ? Smith.-vi.iaii grounds and armory square not properly policed, and urges I lie forma >i ot a vigilance committee to look after tl ? thie vesand murderers that infe-t ihat quar' From whatever cau.-e it i* ccrtiui t'^a: th grounds are not adequate 1. polled. There J been some controversy whether the duty vulves on tiie Metropolitan i*>lii;e, or the p V. of the public grounds, bat this i-a |iie- i that should, be -o!ved in a ih ui< lit when hu life is in dang- r. as it has been for month all passing through the-e nroun'?. M llieiiards, and his M< tropolitan police, are reetly re*|?oii-ihlc for the maintenance ol and order over the whole I?i*tr1ct. and it w be an odd sort of police-v-t in that while trolling the outskirts, lei*! a uart'riii the Iral i-ortion ol Ihe city :?t .he ei ?;r.'? iu? rc the thievcs ai:d murder > ' :)y loubt efficieney of our |>olie< :? ce. I d.'te. bi aiich - not Mirp.,?? d i:i i!.? ,'rv. a by the a!most unfailing cerlv.'v <?. ,t'i \e criminals are tracked l< w i-v iliem. Itur want them to cover the whole ground, ] revent murders as we 11 a- d ! ?" murde l.ct us have the public ground- \ r.nu ihe ? tol lo the river no policed in future thai a i lion of the mimbrs and outrages comm tht re of late will he made iin^os-ible. ? -??? ? The Bi:o?>ki.Y!i Horkou?U v ?>' ho f >?' n Vitrilnr I b;i .i V/ fw-al It i ~i?I that tl.e Halt more police are on the li .. '< ol a Spaniard ? auud I;o-e*oc, thv alleged mur derer of Ooodrich. in i:rook!>n. Roscoc, i i? -aid, was the lover of tli? woman M ver-. : ?? in cn*totly,atid she discarded liim for ?;<??.) The father oi tLe wonian -ays he roniiui'.i ?<?.! that a Spaniard frequently called to se*. li - daughter, bid ha-.i uvt vailed sin^e they r^ le i in Kit iiigtun street. Alter removing from St .m ford. Conn., the woman took another name, '-..i sought to hi<le her whereabouts from th Spaniard, but lie lound hei o.u and tr - I . i to the house in 1 ?< tiraw >treet, where the rtar <ler Was Cj mmit;?-d. Aft:'r Bmcot had Bi ir ' t<'I < Goodrich and the woman had recovered r ;u her fright she fought to corneal the tra<-*d\. and urranted the body as found, hn*' n^ dooi- ,?i d throwing the key of the bavai--!. ? , basket, and then left for New York in tii" ? ,r \ morning train. TUewoman.it i> t:rd,li. d tailed loThlefof Police Campbell, of ilroe." yi a full history of the murder. Gbk. Bi-tlkr defends the comnititati >?? n the sentence of the murderei ??'Krieii. on Hi-; ground that the court omitted to charge th ? jury, that the prosecution nni.-.t ??artii luati voly" establish the malice aforethought of the pri-. oner. The l?eaiit\ of this objection lies in it snibigtiitT. According to the sr it'ites ot our state, murder consists in the killing of * (tersoti "with the preme?litatetl design to e:*'e?t death." Fn>mthis isderivt-?l t'ic proposition that this "deslgir' must l?e "BWrmativvly" shown. How? Proof oi de-i^n.call it "artirin ative,''or what yon w ill. is. under all circtiir. stances where the plea of h-kt; guilty lias bet-u entered, merely an i >frr-%' Iroin the u-.rds ainla^tsol the accuse'd. 'i'lie jury is t'? lind from the evidence of such words and acts what his intfutu-H was. Therefore*, when the pr->se* cufton proves tlic>e words and acts, it ha- givt n all the proof j>ossible.?.v. y. c,,,,, .* r ,,,i. The Kuopb Island Election ? Kiol* 1 si and votes lor governor and ?rate orti.vi < ?>n Wednesday of this week. The following arc tlie regular tickets : Democratic. lac public in. tJovernor .....Chas. K.Cuder, Hcvry Howar l. Lieut.<Jor S- H. Wales, C. C. Van Zant. Sec.of State. .Wm. Miller. ?T M. A'bleman. Treasurer... W. P. Cong?lon, Samuel Clnrk. Attorney (Jen.Ceo. N. Bli.J?, 'William llrill The state has gone republicar. every year since ls<3 bj fioni _of> to 10.0"Q majority. A NOVEL MODE OK PI XI SUV EN r w as adopted in a Chavhsm (Ct.) public Mr.-ol a tew .lays ago. Several of the boys had failed to ^pell as cor rectly as tlie teacher thought, they ought, so lie laid one dat u|>on the ttoor, ana tlie others in the same position, but ii|>outhe first one, until the htapoi humanity wa.- about live feet deep. In this |iositioii they were It-'pt uutil they suf fered ccnsiderab! v more tha i they would by or dinary modes of pnnifthnumt. The Catholic Tkmperan'cb Uxios meet m Philadelphia to-morrow to review the work of the pa-t, and adopt measures for the future. There are at present 15* Kcieties, with a total membership of all in good staudint;. 'I lie 'tnion was organized at lialtimore on the --d of February, 1KT2. Father Mcl>evitt h is been its president from the beginning, and has worked hard to advance its Interests. A few i?a\s since In the couutv court of Augu-ta, Vs., the 915,000,000 luortage of the Chesapeake & Ohio R. It. to secure the pay ment of the T i?er cent, boivLs issued by the com pany for that amount to complete and e<j ulp the record. The document contained (>,300 words and there was >1,000 state tax on it. Homeopathy.?A LIU has passed both brandies of the Michigan legislature, after much opi?osition, providing for tueap|iointment of two professors of homeopathy in the medical department ofthe state Vmverslty. ?T'A Liberty countv (Fla.) mandie>lsL\ hours after being bitten by a rattlesnake. ?ythie of the chief amusements of tlie Roman carnival this year has been to throw about live birds sewn to orange* and riowers. ?yThe Sultan refused to sign the treaW to suppress tbe slave trade in Zausibar, alleging that slavery is permitted in the Koran. ITA subscription paper U now circulating in Germany for the benefit of Senefelder, the in ventor or lithography, who is said to be in desti tute circumstances. ?y The report of the resignation of Salostema Olocaga, the Spanish minister to France, is confirmed. The ambassador will remain pri vately in Paris for the present. t^-The ex-Prince Imperial of France is going to the Vienna Exposition. He will spend most of his time in the French quarter, where, he says, he will feel as if he were In France. W A druggist at Aberdeen was surprised and disturbed to receive at tne hands of a dirtr looking customer the following* prescription "Pleas give the bare sampthin to flxlck him worth tlppeace." ' W"Tbe remains of an ancient teazle, sup l>osed to have been erected centuries hate* the discovery of Mexico, have been found en the San dose mountain, in tbe Mate Of ^hfBptr A republican oonforence at Sheffield, England, ?? Saturday night passed resolutions int?vor of a republican form of government for England. KrThe Vor de Cuba, commentine on the law for tbe abolition of ~ lor tbe abolition of slavery In Porto Kleo, dls spprovesof the clause providin* far tharlT sCT<IoK TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR. Till* Aflei noon'* Dispatcher. A>*OCLATKV PHhSS LKPOKTS. ? >r? lorh .>iM THK t.OOIIBIt H IY?mr. N lv York. M arch il.? The police are scirr', ing tar a rough uu^l Popvlfhf. who w l> lievcd to know ?>uo-thin?r ot the UwkM< li murtler. Thtirlosr We?J and -;uit ? a numb r .> {?remittent j>eop e bare sent money to aid 11 mbrr ami uii tticrof Mr> Myers. Fromcei taiti admissions by lb< mother. it ?? thought she rt ally ha* information. obta-n ?t from her daughter. of a circumstantial rku i - ter r? l.tlive to the murxler which will prove u port ant. I>i?trict Attorney Britton is re|>ort .1 bv the Jlfral'l tins morning a* hating s*id tin* the story of participation in The murder by l.u cette Myers is all a tietion. that she w is not I r< ivnt at the mur-lcr an<1 really know* notlr ng ut? ti e murderer; but Hill her testimony will prove valuable. LETTERS FK?"M UAPRtn represent Spain a* in a very turbulent cona tion. tn?l the pre vale nt belief is gaining ground that the amy will ret reestablish a mourn bv. but it is ?loiibtfuf whether Hun Carlo- jr A' lonso ? ill l?e put on the throne. TUK llTttHATlOX ??.*. * At a meetii k of internationals last night ? committee wa? appointed to eall a convention ot delegates ot the trades' union*, to l?c heM in a fort night, to |ierfect measures lor the enior v m? nt ot the eight-hour law. 1 HK STOKES CtSE All ?1S. ?liiillP' itra.lv to-dav denied th*? notion * > a men. I th>- judgment record in the S'nk?-s c.sv*. an.l said the proper method w as bv.? t, .ro. . ?liith?.ll bring the ease before t'ie genet 11 tt rn>. In the Frie Investigat .in, Ilt-nry I'Iiobimoii. one ot the ol?l dirtvtor?. tcstiti .1 to approving 4 voucher for the pa\no nt <>i s.1 Vntn a. I>. Hti b? r. an Albany lobbyi?t. W11ness receive.| si - the time of the change ol direct.ms la.-t yiar. THE ElttE 1 xVE?Tlt: ATI-'!*. At the Kite investigation to-day, dohn I". John-on. a director, ttstifie.1 that the eariiii_ of the ntatl did not jn-tit'v the declaration o: .? divi.ieitd ln?t month. and that it ? i> made in tl. fierencc to the wi-lie^ <>i the Fngii?o ?tok holders. Hotutr Itamsdell. a director, did not know t l any money being paid for favorable legislat on. an.l explained iliat a contract he <atl with the eorapaiit to take freight on llgh' n>lriiu.\tvi"furg to New \ urk, was laroi able to the ccmpanv. DEATH OK V i!s. JAVl< OnntViN TFS'Xr T. A irivate ili-pati'h ?tate? that Mr-. .1 tin * Gordon Bennett .lied at Ko-iit?>teiu, Sa*out. lit. Ult Ill.l.g. .? ? ? f rom i:tir?|it' Ta-day. 1IIK Tt-VN or ItEltt. \ I>E*TK??Vt-l> BY THE C \ Kl l?T?. M.\r>R:t?, March 31.?liispatches from B.ir* celona any the situation in that citv is grate. Ii:tt lligence b as reached here that the tow*i of Ker^a. which was captured hv I'url^tsoii l i day, had Item tl<*tn>jitl by tire by the |n? ?r guts. wlio. before applving the "torch. -.tv iatt.1 a nnmlxr of buij.l'ngs with |>etrule 'in The i:?.ws of the burning oi the towncrca ? great excitement in B trcWun*. At the t;n?' the last despatches were t'orwar.led from that city, the |?>pii!acc were as- niblmgln theatrei t^ in large itr.*ii?, an.l disorders w re t'care.1. 1"li< ai tbi.ritu - were tual>:n/ en ? v ? v,,it t^ il ia y I lie en it. ment at-tl pr. \ t tit a ?: -1 urbanee of tht | eaee. Reprisals were threatened agai:M>t tbt clergy ai:?t :t namber of kiMtw n <*arli?t ?\'n I mliiyer*. Iter^a containe.| aho^pital atnl ?>?v er;>l coiivents. atnl liatl o\?-r ti,MD |?t>jinlat i>ti. I'K \T?t I'F 1 HE MAH /IMS ->E ? 11 V--E! <? i*. Paim-, March :>I.?Th M ir?rr? MeCt.i--* lotip l?ubct. an eminent French ?tatv>oi t.i. i ? He a t- ? i* .ears old. The government is sending re? ?ilor-anient* t ? tlic troops now st Htion<*.(on ? li?* SjimiiMi t ioii" rr. I'niiie in a 1 hurcli Metrr.il I'ernoiis I it jnr<-?l. Tl:E>Tt>H. X. ?!.. March .It ? lltiring n re ? Iiiit tii tor the th ad at St. .Jolm - Cat 'iil.c i clinrch t'oi Iter. Father Mackin, thi- inori .1^. t.! '. in:n?ei>se myi was -t^rtled b* ;t ? wl-ieh ?a? sn j.jom <1 wns the g.ving w \y ??t' the gallery, and which ca'.-ed a occih' of c-m-ter nation. The crowd ruslnd towards the <?n let. numbers Wing thrown down an-l cnislie.l ??> neath the leet of the mass. Fully ttn ni>n tte ela; >td bt fore tLe passage cnuM be ch . red whtn the woundtd were r<moeel to renid^noes near, and phv-iLiaii- -uiuuioik'.i. A tl./. i women ainl chiVlrfn vrere louml to lie severely wonndc<lt H>nie in a dangerous condition, in. there arc no ?I. aths as yet. The tiariu *:t. caused by the breaking ut a kne?>"t1r.g-ootr'l. The alarm having sub^hletl, the funeral -vi. c w< re lesumnl. t hange of Cuba it OHiriaN in tin* I'tiiictI States. Xkw TORK, March .tl.?In consequent of cr.lers litim Frestletit Ces|>?*tles. oi ' i:l>a. changes are made in the i ./?? km/ of the r-prt. seiitativt sof that rcpnhlic in this country. A cbntideiitial agency is established in p'aec ol' th -existing t ftiecs.' and Mayorga aeeortlmg'y resigns the general agency held by hnu. Doititr* at the Merni. New York, March .?l?TUe high wtnlsot Satuitlay night ainl yt-tt-rdav caused oiis t.-r able ol the coast of Long Island to l?^- >ul> nierged. A! llunteiV Point large rjuaiit t > - ? ?t 'umber floatetl oil by the overflowing of the wharves. A passenger train on tie l>mg lslan>l railroatl na rowly escajied floating out ?>ti a bridge. I'taliitastrr f.rueral trevacll Oi'ia* om ? Hon I tier it lour. Krw Vokk. March I ? It is rcpoi tetl 1 rom Waidiiiigtoii that Postmaster General Crc-wi*.I IstostaTt in a day or two ?u a southern tour, accompanying Senator*- Howe ati?l Cameron. His principal object will l?e to inspect the postal service. The postal car difficulty he now con siders settled until the next Congress. ? ? Belliuereut Milan ArrrwteH. Xkw York, Maich.il ? A Ki.-hmt?u<l dispatch tlatc - that Walters.?ttitor of the Norfolk ./ ?nal. and llope, <ditor of the ri..-t'Hi . were both arrested antl held in *."?.?00 bonds not to violate the <lueling Uw. as littth were about to ftwt for North Carolina to tight out an etlitoria! quarrel : rising from discussion of the recent railroad afl'airs bt tore the legislature. ? Imitort-ABt lHclximi in au laxnrxui r f axe. BosTf?F, March : I.?'I he supreme coir' has decided itieatf-sot the I'niob Mutual Insuran -e company, of Boston, that neither the expira tion of a jmlicT or its cancellation relt-i???> a holder fro n liability to assessment for all loss* wliie.i occurred while he was a m in'?er of the company. ? a Death of aa Agr4 flerg) aaaa. Flttwttv K. Mn., March 31 Kev.I>r. /.4eha rius. pastor of the Frederick KeformiM t luirch for 38 years, died this morning, age.1 o vears. His funeral will take place Wednesday after noon. A Xai Bcctea l? Death la Phlladel. ?thia. PmtADi.LrHia, March 31 ? At a late hour last night a man was beaten to death at *'h an I Race streets. Several parties are uinter arrett ImporUat tabaa 4a|?tare. X*bw York, March 31.?A ?|>eclal di-patcU ftom Key Wert an that the Cuban patriots lately capjured Metimville, au imi>orUiit i<o.nt on the eastern coast. If Or. M. C. Mb t Habile. Mobile, Ala., March 31?l>r. .Josiah C. Nott died on his 69th birthday this morning, at half past seven o'clock. What Jeaiocsv Did A achoolma-ter of Southwmtrr, near Colorado Ctty, named <Mer. fell in lore with a Mine F.mma Stone of that place; but true love as usual, ran in ? rough channel with him. This time, howerer. it was not the OMoaition of crnel parents he had to contend with: but an old man's attention to Ids girl incited his jealousv to such a pitch that on ? convenient occasion he drew a revolver, shot nt Miss Stone ami then took s pop ?t the obt one?missing both times. Becoming dis/osted with hi*phor markmansblp, he went to an ad joining room, placed the muz ale of th<* ptetol to his own head and lire.I, with a more favora ?Mer Con-D?*T Kkkp his Head Above Watob. John Pick, of Campbell county, Ya., |4ektjd out a soft place in a stream running near his boose, on Monday tnd laid his bead on it, an I under the water, till he drowned. The reason was he could not "keen his head above water." financially. VGen. Hardee lives in felai, Ala., atnl owns a has oraage-groeeestaas Mar St. Augus tine, Florida. VA Georgia gran J jury recently arrav.-.i theaaselrts in kukluti clothes; for whAt purpose IT"tW room In which Col. Thompson, of the Sarannali Xews, wrote his ?elebrAie-l btok Of'Major.Ion. s* O.u'Ulilp,' at M?liw>?, Ua.. was boned in the big fire las'. Sunday.** Am Eki-iliac *c?-* ?Mt U? I"J?? tub |t?tTKAt* mw?* r?l Mrnr;i *?o ?-AUU*;r???r < trw-?. The anmiaf r?r>r beTtt--n ihe ei,ji'0 ?ai ?! boat*' en??of Ibr iAimJ 1 Cawbrnl?r? ?*> i viiatuu latnnlty t;''imion.oa IV 1 - n ?f the rrwitt <x ?|.^ *?? ?"if in? -1 '? ?' ? ice (nfikif mImmwm i >ik ti*K ? 11.?' 0<r. t> tn an ncir-if affair. fhe Ik .^gat ar*! ? ?? a f?vW cf tM < rr? , ?? t *,1> ,ht? ally accepted that tl \ tuuM piove tlie t i>r?t the odd* being ?wn tn nm? on rhewi t* ? h f as ki ur U n?r the ?: art tIt- ? i. - . y -pr'ivf into lavor ?he rutin* e itatng r*1.i ? that KillC ot the ?>?KUl? had am) wtre ?<-k. Jntt hf'or* tW w>? ?t. how fvir. the Cambridge ff* *'tf a^*u llv ta Tlic t??t*i ?>? tlii1 tl\ft>rtl ,t*i? w .m 1.41i |>oun,i?. avert|< w,<igbt. IT l?un<lv i'lie 'winI ?? ij?l ' t?l the ? i ibr J.,<S crem w?? 1.433?, (Mtainl*; aur ig- weigh'. !*? % f 'tlidf. Tli? aft ndal.ee ?*.? ti ij?u%,i. ?ige. be I'rinee ot Wale* iii.I b'< riilMrni ?. f oil the umpire** hoar. A 11'. rty-mk n.ni?te? pa?t oVlo, k the word w j- gt\. i ! Canihrt.!.??? item -- 'liitily laltntf the le to ?' a reev pin V ?" oV ?. and u ere a la r <t.m >acr ahead vi ti< ir <??>? - letitor-, to Bi?ko|>'i thr<? ( i*lon|? t i The -tariiiy i. ? i.t. litre tbr I V!goro>i?l\ aid ?lr> * n (?. |ia?iiii( tbf I tuta'- * mu<* ana lour lnri?t|? troiu HaHwm ' i bridge. Tin- ?tfH" 1 y ?ii?ki'oi th? Cati'aha i alt. r l?egali to t<-|! on lietr i p]<unriil>, an t ft? MOW' iit?Cimlwidge had rv??na si th '. and won ea?ily bv tb've length*. Th ?? 'I c;ew m?mt t'roiu ttirtv time to tort* *trok? ? per tuirute. ai.-i ?it? OaitHlw t.?? .? ty-eight to lorty two The t iu< racf? ut t*f t. Mil)'. e? a.nl thirtj t;. ? ? i? A R,?w m mi \ t * ?? - i /; basl n, ar ???? I it ? V v ?.-?? I A .. ,*.<? A X rtartlinf ri'lMnlr.abii trag*-dv ocoinvtl m V ?* uik.-?- on ! t . inrontHrtHHi aitb 11 ?? m*rri4(f ?t v l.rr^ic. a wwnliv !?:? m.?? m?u. aixl * ? t ?U?ta Sin minn.-lat?*r <i Mr -lam mar, a H'alTliv |>ri liaiilkt*r. * ?' Shoinian. a l<r?tbn? 'Ik* U lr, r? n ih'" hti ?. ai ?l In* |nr> nt? i to littn. In* Invuii- vtolriit rl.r> *:>. n tU?- * ..i ! paiiv tbr OfMi kcr of the ??'?!? r ^li. rHnu ? c tn \it rM4nil to lii? ronin. Mr * rMir.aiHl h^x^n in l?? , l.< n l!ii>>? ?? th<* y?*n11is iii.m j'l'.t Wlv ami loim 1 ??? ?? 1 with a U>a<t<M ?li<>t iJU'i. winch li?* l< tath?'r. A-In* pnllfl tin* trictf*'*' - i tbr* ? ii|t tlx-1> ti r< I <>l *!i? gun. ai. ?1< ruu> ? liar|j?? -hatt?r .1 a in rror . t. Viiiuij; Khrrtutn th? M |>ro' iirrd a r ? tii'lnri' In* roulil makt* iim* of it b- >. ? I liaiM *ii<l l'< ?t ami c<Hiif|*il io lli? < a In re V.o ^till i> ma n*. The np ? ? <? moiiy *? tli?*?i |Ti lorni'-.l w it 1 dkiIi station. A ^ muiini>r(i'N r?>n rlic* f ff> m / nr> If /tfjft i fA- ? \ i ? till Hjiul'l^i1, kiv? tin* ^1 ?l?ll*'t,? 1 N \ ) I'ri'.-*. look |>iaot* on \\?<ln ?lav o' ? ??, in tli? l itoimlU- fe'bool-lniuae. In t which t:a? fi'iHraH)' Ihinic tin i n* i ' baiil H'hiiiiJ. ' tb<* ? 'i*t iin W *ti"l * *i. *i ??timilM ??ut th^ t? ai lu-r im tin- -t . Wi iliimaTay. tho li'tli. *a> <iv^ii out ' >-i ? lay. T it- U'a< lit'r Iii-hkI liiai tlx* u? i i- ?iu w nf to I* oha> rv?<d mi llitt oMaaltHi < i I rivaut .nn. mam kno?m tte fart to ? iif Mr. Jaw* ViiIfor?l. who rimiil : > . i!ml alter r? ma iling a abort tiin<*an i n< tbt> lioyi> to umit-i takf ihi <liotur|iaii ? av:i\. I>ut ^iMJTtiy a:t i hi* <l?-|?artu ful'-gr?>wn boT?. w alt-lung th< ir onj. |miuii<*< ?1 ujxiti 'lie Ifi In r ulirB hi* !? turn* <l. tliii-? It>tn iin n. .-i?nl w? re al?-n tbeMtnol b;in. wl on -? vt-ra' ol tii girl> <mk to hit rrlirf. T <e tnU* oi w tin ii tumid :ij;aiti*t tin Ixiya, who '-?miii ; retreat. %?>' ran ?>ut o- l >or-? Tlie ' *r ow. ?l. canrht the "Ii ml T<4*1" |i ?t. a? -i Ilia a wcti're ?liuM>:iik'. Ill lite *knin? l*? tiie tea ki'r. ii?Ja liii<ertcrnb!v.li' 'i l y oiM-of the Ihh #. I< l>IHt >><?K unllEkTM ?'I lie I'a.l tut kt.in ol tti< .'??ill inat., *a\?tbat in the I r <>i l.vant l.ttk, a I'Ioimhii ut citizen of Sir i I tii'l. a mini ut lam 't. i! i t lately ?Iwclt. a? ? ? aparity ot a mvn t. -i voutif girl. 4i.i 1 ?t Frhiay, ?o tln ^ iH ?a\?. ? 'nk ant her t ithu I. um' ?M a woman li i . >1 Ann A'taiii'*, w'o ifl t>l.ew^ I . r. ? ii m? k. ??ii s it .i: <la?. the ni.'tli'*r( wlm i* a worthy w?'iua:if not having *? n er lUiifl.trt tor ?otne tinn*. I 'Hiclad to iu iV ec a \l>lt. Hl <l wel t t i ClarkV In* ?e. I Itik r l"inn>i her thai >>he ?a> l?! there, an I i *!'i to give any ii.iotu. ttiou. rk * m >th< r. i. ?? ;uitlier :n?ju:ry. kiU i ? it n! ?>i ii b ud Ihiu*" whr< her 4aaghl i a an. Toth 4 .-he I . ttlol, went Hi. n il l. I ? f !???.- ?? . !e :ii tl. ? itn it i'iin lit nla?r 0|h n ?l ttfiioor ? ,ba lit i* whtrehet <ini^btn w.?- ilir iat< t mti ?!? ?:. i-i i <1 ol h ? li ? '.?<. I l.i -? ;. ?! in -t: ? . ?!? iy??l lite ?:tuat:oii at a t'lMne. wx'ketl *?? tl?4 Uilriue of her tiring ?hiuirhtcr. ami ? n>at -1 t ak iii^' a w or?1. I. il <|. a<l to the rt -or I it -?if li.a; ii.uk > ilie i..' In r oi )i>-i eittitt. ClTtt. Vat in Firxi-t in *>r TU# tow n ol K< rga w m <a|'tsrt .1 l>y Ut < ?r. -nit FrUiav. aii'i.iiuM iriMtnerf taken. <nt si i-.i.i? a party ol I'm! -ta ruteriti the lowaa >t lit i>.t!l? II illi ti. U> \> t*al ot Sernl a, oil miiiic | i '? \lt 1 c-mi*i ? itfi.'g ot trnce. A ????? .my <?! ? ?'!?!. mer-.vhowt-rr liitn iu h?tl in h rlmr ii tinif on th- rtajr-bi arer. win rt the far'. - - rr I'riMti tin l.pe, 1orc?4 their wav n ? tha c'.urt h. atal ?hot i. n<.- t?t tli? ?>k!iir? ?' ?> hroo citil in Alinetl lint 'i ive enl'Ti ?l nmi kt-l j.r vfitt r1 -iiltt.i1. - n V;i' ik i fot ariii*. ^ t!i? hou*. a tlm? ? nt? re?l w one ??r. n,hf tin Italian eotiml. Tlie rejireaetitatlvrs u re ot tonign govern me nte unite iii a ?!? hhiiI tor re<irtMs '1 lie Ki^tta ?t ti, iuoi ?tia* ? :i in M ?lli.l w?- |U * ? iiitil oi<! .H . A ?l-? j? i ?* on ws# ayjioltttiil. wb 'ti pro -eei|e?i to '??? V rjf ol tho Iiit"rior. ami ?l. inan<le?l tlie .1 . ?"ioti ol a!l the Boaiarebirui naunici|<ani <?. I ho Mini.-tci rcpliotl that ths goveiinn nt h.t I ui) |i ^al i ow 11 to act. I>I ATH "F .Itm?ic V twi*. ??k M as* * VT?. .Iiiilite ilolili 1'luiMMili Maaana tliotl >u?itl? . V at Klktou. Mil., on Fritla\ ivcuiiig la^. lo-lg* Martin V* :t- *he m.?ii ol tlie I'll*.' -????!*i I T)w II Mii?-<>!<. a iliptltigii;!-hc'l lawyer, an t w '.orn at Motitpeller. near llageratown, iu M. IVi; gratluaii-tl at I'riuctton Cotiege, reatl I . ? at llageihtown, atiJ wa? aUiuiltetl to the liar in |is>> antl Hi- alsi eWte.l a ru*1 tal*er ??! tho Hon-e ol lieltgate* of M irv'. iv l the *tn> ? vir, ami ret letted in 1KW. In ls*l. when on ha w.is eietUti to the liotK ot Bo|?r ?en > lUtliinit tioau C'Higie>v. after *? I ? i. u?nj term, he re-uuictl tbc |n aotice oi law ,t .1, in lKM.lie W'?e elect' <1 by the |K'o;.le. nn l r tli? t Wi ii new oon*titutiou oi the ?fl*t''. a _?i? -e of the etitirt ol aptwala. At tlietnueol b.- ?le%lll be mo j?eeit.tary of et*te, to which (? -ttion lio\. Wliyte. uii liU election, had up >:itto4 him The funeral t'??k plaee *t B i'* m irt vei-trniav evening, at the ?, atho-lral. A large congregation wae preaent. ? TET P.ir.t E liAtl R<IAI? Att IDE*T t>' \ >lt?M ? Secrr*l /*???** Kil-d.?A ?Tlu:i aOCi tit lit to the hxprt ae train over the Rutland a.id H"mi I ihi toll di\laiou of the ICetuiaelacr iii, iS?r atotii tailroad. in Vermont, occurr. <1 S.i ir>'*f night. The Mirfaoe w ater bi?l uudern .',1th# truck at a (aunt aliout one ami a halt milri H>uth ot Shu-lion Mation.ai.d when the ! ?on?o live ktruck the h|>ot tlie track tuc -auk i rectp Italiu tin IkmhUw, baggage car. | ' r antl fie piftg cnaebca oft tin- track ami ,1 n the eiuhaiikuient. The comlnetor and ti.-man were kiihtl ir-lantl v. ami the etigim - r bad Htvrial ribe hroktii. another liromau on the |,ic< iiiotive wu>i a'no Iniari4. The oai- were hatlly wrecked. The huggage car to?.k Kre,un4 the throngli mail* were ajamt lialt Imn d nit. F.leieli |a-raon* ill llie*e can- were *<?. unial> , though nut futullr. injured. When Ctm iaelor IH>wit* wa* louitd hi wu- 111 the ??' i :>? I in ;i under the locomotive, with hi- nock '^.n: ;n. Thi Roi4ru?uKiuwiir< Keviv . <-t r isi?Kev. K. H. Ilauiinoml. whoaei, -ntjie tnetho-l* ol attracting notoriety ami t'ei.hy ? Iruw ing large autlieni'm.ui i'aiMiiiml m -h ex citement in i>uhu iue,ba- now turned up m l>en* trer city, Colorado, where l?v Um |?eciili.tr pro ceeding* he ha* occa?ione?l an luten-.? I'scito nient tiver religiou* matter*. J'lie re\:i il. a*it i* t? rmetl. lot* been iu prnjTeU for twe w<t kav ami *e\eral buntlml comer*ton? have t>oen matle. T.cketa lor reserved i-eat* wer. ve-ior iluy dl*trihnted aimmg gambler*, aaiunn-ki'ep* er* ami <Ieprave?l women, ami many ,?i then attemted. aereral ci th? ro riaing for prayer*. Committee* vi*it ail the aaloon* and lio.iae* of illfauu and in ay with the iuraute*. I'raver meeting* are lie;d in the jail among the pn*oa er?. *ix of whom have been converted. WSparrow* rt fuae to live in Boaton. 90TA Spiingtield church *pira is util.zod as S chimney. V Snare drum* give tone to Kentuckv cLr<-ii choir* ?'"The Springfield. 111., ga* work* (" son the h*h in the Saugamon river. V-Ruttloanake Jack" takea ir. the ?nw xr% with three card aonte on vmtorn railroad*. ?TFaiw of eleohautine dimonaioM will b| carried by our liellea tkU ?pr.ng. ?T'Charlca Mortimer, courictoit at Sacra* mentoof the morder of Marr Oibaou, ha* sentenced to be banged May 15. VMr*. Fmuaoltoe Reed formerly of Brook iyn. lie ing interpreted into Italian, ((gnt Nto imm a Beatrice A more, who ha* made a f ul debut at Malta. V?er|eant Ho?, who wai m> much ta!l.c4 abort In Part* during the akege, for his eanloita In the way o' pieking'off the^erman^?!^ wa? married ou the 11th last, talaris. ?TMx Hide ZoUioafler, daughter of Gen* /.ollioogrr, bus beeu apnointod to write a *t read an earay on the female rha:a--tcr? ?? fehakt-peare. before a literary *ociety iu 0#? ittmbia, Teiiu. VRuhard Moon, colored, agod 22. mut riruck by lightning and killed, yoatoeday mora iug, during a ntorm in Auac ^ oaantr9 M.l. He was driving a mule ut the Uaw, ? huaig ?n also killed. 9TDeputy Sheriff Jud?n .1 ar ;?? j IrtatiMfjJ tn New York, attached ho. 1- ?anw"? TIT ex. lineal i toJ. C.nr.iwidl, ? ?f?j proceeds of the bank of Kugiea I forgeri^p after thoy cmm *w yut-m.. tucit..iv?C

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