Newspaper of Evening Star, April 11, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 11, 1873 Page 1
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ft% J d ettittg V?i. 41?N". 6.259 WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1873. T\\0 CENTS. THE EVENING STAR, j fiklkhcd Btilj, fiuteji ciccptcd, AT THE STAR HUILDISGS,, >'eoa?)Uaola Amnnc, Mr. 11 lb fcu, ?' ill m*n? mi Jimm ctirm a. X, IJf/#UJ<V.V,JPrMM.??. TUB EVENING STAR la served by carriers tc ' ?fcflr wbcribera itTisCnn rr.a wi< a, >i Fosil For* l"i?t* raa ? nth. C< pl~e at the contra* ; twf C?it* ?ib. Bj mali?threa bmuIu, ?> Ju, H aionha, f.i.tfc, one y?ir, f0. I THE WEEKLT STAR?PtibllslKd FrMay-llA* lr<*r. Vliiikrltll} ItidTtni-t.ii) tuUcMM.iiid ?o paper mi longer than paid for. i of advertising fnrnlshed on appl'cstl^n. HOTELS. HU?AKD IlMlSE, tWm*T?u ?r-?ff?ait? ?t? , R D- C., I. WOOLS.TTop'r, Lk> just audTitflK a seriea of el-g*nt improve i: *-1 * *. |iii\ nif Wii th'T^bly * r>d re turT.ieb-d thronghont, niaklr.tt it at pr-eent *ne cf |fi? iii' pt <lrtirtl':r H -tele In Wwhit*t "O. E D H ward, late proprietor, retain* an in??re?t If. the Hotel, *?h-re ho will be pieaee.i to see h:? olJ fr,?i;?le *n-l former patr >n*. pr-'Wismg tti-u nr-t Ciu* arron-.trtodation* at al. tim~s. Tertrs, $2 per day. Tatle B ard, *20 per ? < r.rV Wiil-lm I MOW il'JliL U?. hskiowm, D. 0. L V SHINS, Proprietor. Tci? H tel b?a been n *ly re fit red and fsrr!?hed. 1' ?!'? .:* all the mod-rn iroproveni-iit??L n and e- id bath*, t U?,ai.d ??**. It is eoaveateatlr lo* Cfct'd being attnated on the line of the Washington ??.. G-orj. town City Paeeeugtr railroad, the cars cT which, fr< ni the railroad and st???.nab ,at dep -ta, ??#> the dior estry two or three minutes. T ? rojtaof this h? nse can reach any ot the public n i<iing* -f the Dati ual capital or any place cf j an twins* at, Ac., by a pleasant ride of afewm:nnt?s ' P-r?t lis <b in* Bnaneaa along the Hoe of the cvjh! aid ft tb- whsr-oa will And it to their ad?ar_:aii-? V t M 'hi* hi nse. dec 11 '.j ' rfBC BRYANT HOUSE, A L'vnwt on tnrnrt lAtk Urttt *n<i 19. f. *rrtM Aft?r the let of D< ember. WS, P"rm*r.ent asd Tr?i.*i?-nt Earner* will Bud thi* hi nse one of tbe Ki *t d? ?.-ably a:.d must conveniently located houa>? It the city. The r< ? bis are neatly famished, well lighted and mt..*t<d,atd provided with all modern home ae tt r n.< ?da' i'-ns. T re c*-, .r<e? are lew, brt the wants and the cota f. rt cf all jru-ats aill be c irefuiiy proviii^l f*>r. T:>e pr. ; ri.-t r, Z. b!CiIAKi>3, Ua< detfjiujo?d !o yrrtirfe a rued rwrere*. no*l] eotf IJTM/M 8 IIUIIL^ No. Ttf'J 0 STREET, ?a ?! Bttxni Ttw asp 8th ?thht'. bk lMPbhiAi. avrix, J AMES ??BE9, Pfopruinf. fit m:,*? PkNTiTLvasu A/ensb, btluruK Vv.? an I It:* urtat* Wa*B!S?T??S, D. 0. Tr?r *fal to the ?.:bli? for genercr* patr< r.M* in t? r*?t, tbt Pr> ptietvr aek* his old friends ard j??ri ? ? to t??t the mci'D un?l?ti rw f his pr* ? M ??- at.'-lj. ru:. which lt? ?r n.is?* ?hall be at kv: - i~.jl to Uu< beet in Wa*'>ingt'.n. :an9-tf I R-p.,rhron-| d ' "cr?lLLAKDi * EBBITT HOCSE. WA^HiaOTOB, D. 0. book.:?, stationery, <tc. I?KY\NT> LlBi:Al:Y vV B'tLTK* ASl? ? soso, I! B "TOV E 3 LIBKAUT OF F.VMoLS FIC BEFCBEB S LIFE t?F rH?IST, Vr. "? I - niitii w ro iittlal 1411 1* un-ylvaii..? av ? . by _atf 1.:.* B15H"P ^ HA/ \t:i?. \6KK ILTI BAL B(M?Ks. J? K* ?t' n"s Auriraltr.ral <"li?:),.i?trj' ... < 1 73 Ail > ? *m t.aidcn *r * 2 6*i ^ A' ? i. .ii F irni B--'l? i 11. i r-- ii - \i >rd umc for IV tit. 1 Ml V? a n.u '? l):ai iuCor Pr -ti; and H aith ISO F i.-i- Small Frott Culturist 1 .'<J Full* r'* tlrape C'o'tare?.__ 1 it) Fit. a satiiera Appi-- Colturiet ...?_ 175 Wright's Pr^. ticai Poultry K <-p r 2'*) Laaarti'ith ' n tt'~ H '?>? > B e 3 PI Retdail's >beep H *bun Irr.?. 1 ISc! M- : '.cr? ?'>. |i p.d.? 3 73 ? I .<tt on lb-- D v* 3 75 All the tew book a r.. i\e?l a> ?--n *? pii> li?!n-J 1 M< UABB B MOHTN A Co., nf-tr lOl i r.'in.a. a?es?e,roir.er ll'h ?'reet. la 1-T OF >E\\ BOOKS AT MlfLLI.'XGTOVS BoOKSTOUL: LITTLE K ATE KIB!:Y. A N Trl. B* th-anthor ? t:i? A-tra> aii.l Carrie'* t'onfea*! ri. THE t OMINO li.V E B- Edward B :iw-r.L r.l Lut- n i Till WII?0W LEBOial'E. A No*el. By Kmit? THE BKKBER; .?*, THE MorSTAINl.ER OF THE AT I. AS B M * Mi' Ni t easily jealofs. an *-'. To T11E BITTEK END. B Mi-* Braddon. L AKEV1LLE B M .ry H ally. 1.1 I* r 1L1 > AND BiKI-> A New E iitii n. I l l ? \TI<>N IN JAP W BALK Hi'lR BECK RATIONS IN POPFLAH IFXt E.N ? 7. A'l th-b.ick iuimt#rs .-ii htnd. F< PI LAB >C1EN< E. Monthly Tolnwe- 1 audi ELEM1NTAKY TREATISE ON NATtBAL HllLoMiPHV. H. I*i ? -f ~?"r Everett. A EY TO NoRTU AMERICAN BIKI?S. Conta'n llitr a eeBciar ac< Bill of eTery speoea of Llsius a lid P*.a-il Birds. IIARPEB S UASD BOOK OF TRAVEL IN Fl Rt'PE. A Ur*.* stock of B'ank B 'oV?,Paa? B?oka, and >f.-ti ramiam |liw+>, Note I'ip. r, L tt- r Pap r, ai ? I'iax.iii- Card* at tin* v<ry lime?t pric.-a. i.3 tr r|^BE Wo RES OF THOMAS UITUKIe" B. D. The 0 *pe| m E/> Viel Tt e S.? ?,js 11 L^titacce. Th. W^y . f Life. On lb* Parables. llln-trai?*l. Speakmp to the ll.-art. * Sttnlies of Charai ter. P:?a f-.r R?i?e?-d Sth<?ds. The tit>; itr Sini. and Sorrows. At WM. BALLANTYNE S, ?1 -4-2* 7thstre?f. K*YERY MOTHER THE DOCTOR OF IIKR la I kN FAMILY if .he veta Dr. HALLS liFM.TU Al Ut-ME at STOCKMAN A SON'S. 3th atrea-t n-.rtbaest 1 e COTTAGE B1 BLE to ?-e had there also. T?0 |o?d AGENTS wanted. ai2S-tr O T 1VI. " OPENING OF A NEW STATIONEBY STORE AND BLANK BOOK MAM I'FACTORY. Firs' clasa g. -Ms at fair pricfla.for cash. LllHfURAPHIMQ, ENGBAVIBO, PRIMTINO AND B1NDINO DONE TO ORDER. Tb* pe.biic are invited to call and exanitne onr new wtxA-M. BEN F FBENCH, Under National Metropolitan Ba:.k. and next door to Jay Cooke A Co.S, ??a tf w aehington. D 0. INSURANCE COMPANIES. THE CORCORAN IIRE MSIRAilCE fuMP.lMY, OP TUB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, O'tamtZfi Af"l l<f,l?>:|. tapital aiou.otfi). t I1UEN 14tin PENNSYLVANIA AVENCE. lUiik lit. i> SlwRk.) JOHN T. LENMAN. President. A. H HERR, Vice Pr~atdeut. J. T. DYER. Secretary. VitUb>K>: Wm. O tne, ll.Cla) Si-wart, ? has. A. James, Ja>. L. Bartioiir, K-lwan! D.oop, J hn T. Letiniau, AI .ihael Green, J--hnB >il-y, ? pt f A. H. Herr. 1 Nsl fcK Vol R LIFE in thtl STKOXti OLD COMfAX f. ?E ?t.TJ A.,ABK^Er,T .. ANt E CO., at Newark. 51. J., Ora-aLi/ed 1">4? A^-^a, y J4 .t?<*?. J J0 44 iai7 Is* STANLEY JON ES, A?'eut. _^711 W". All ttfa wrset Ark ioo insuredr IF NOT, APPLY TO THB OLD IKA.ULIS IMlRiMIK CO>ipA^V OF WASHINUTltN, D. C ' I scoa ro a a Til* pt Co!*?mBss is 1S19. OBce in the bnilding of the National Bai.k ot th< L. pnblte. No. I?4 D street northwest. Mo cbarga K/T rollfiff, ixrsctsrs.?Dr. Jan. O. Hall, John Pnrdy. Dr. J. M Br.slhead, J. Key worth, Jaa. 0. M Goire, Benry Broiler. W H Bradley, C. H. Wiltbaraer, W. J M, D-nald, F. F. MrGnIre, Dr. D. B. Clarke, H. Q B? u! o, ? Hf.K?J ^EADLKY, Preetdeat CHARLES BBADLET," ? - T""s..iA,%"cY^. KjaKSK"' OP THB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. UHHAX1ZtV A VV VST SB, 197*. CASH CAPITAL |1N,H? OBce in Shepherd'* Bmldlna, Bo. MM Pen nay I ? esi'viHioNCTO-. usi'U.csuiu.a?ew>. SlBBCToBS : ?:!!?; Sz&TSt O.T:w SMa^ftaS"' A. B. Shephero. ?pH B CBIBE0K TBA BONO i Baa rawadto BIS D atraat, i Mb and 7th. Bovth . TEAS cheaper than esse. Bo rraa to I. BENJAMIN paassus AMUSEMENTS. J^lBI!??TCI!< AMI TiltU. THOMAS. SPEC1 VL NOTICE. l:i em pliant with i.iinerv.a r?<jn??t? to accom ni- date [>f fl? re?l<iirc ut < ft he citv, A GRAND COMBINATION MATINEE will be ri >en V" EDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AprU 16 b, At 1 o'clock. Farewell J?ins Appearance of ASTON BUBINSTE1N. HENKI WIESIAW8K1 Ami THRO. THOMAS, WITH HIS UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. l:-wr\ *<t aeat? to the Matin-'- f 2 ont>. at)-,:* | I SC 0 L N HA Lj] . OLE El LL S FAREWELL SEASON IN AMERICA. Mr. T R. Ti'KSKVLL reep.rtfnlly annonnces the Far>v, fi! A11? aranre ' f the gr>-at Violin Virtato, OX-E BULL. IN TWO GRAND CONCERT*, V. KI-NESDAT AND THI RM>AY EVENINGS, APRIL 16 AND 17, On tM'Ii ot(t?icD he will be moat ?My a?*i*te<l by >1 i?s gra/iella ridgeuay, the t'a ? lite y> nng American PrimaDuua S->fraao; M(.Vm FERRAMTL the p rnlar Baritone C'>minne, and the eminent Pi at>i?t and C"ndtict<>r. >lr. JOSEPH HART DCVK. * i'tr.i-"i"i>. fl. Noextra eharir* for reaer veil ?<?*(?, w! ?:h can be obtained at M- txeroltV M'ia c S'."re. mui* t ciu. April lo-h. The t' i?ert will commence at 3 o'clock. Ti:e (.rand Piam forte* i:ae?l at th??c C-incert* %re Tr. in tli^* celebrated manufactory of Win. Knahe Jfc Ci . B?!ti?? re. ?J ~l_ | I N C O L N II A L L". MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS, April 14 and 15. THE GREATEST CONCERT COMBIN ATI >N ON RECORD! toxriitns Rubinstein! W tenia wski! AND Theo. Thomas! WITH HIS rNRIVALED ORCHESTRA OK SIXTY PERFORMERS, will* irlvi in WaahiHif?on ONLY TWO <;RAND CONCERTS. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14. at 8 P. M". TT'F.SD \ Y EVENING,' APRIL 15, at 3 P. M. ? ?nlv Joint Ar>p<*arance? 1NTOS RI HENRY WIESIIWSKI. And THEO. THOMAS, \MT11 HIS UNRIVALED ORCHESTRA, i-'. <1 ???.????. .*i and 9- SO. are.Tiling t? Km ti> n. s.?le of -teata r mu.euce* at Metzerott - Mn?:c r wednesday MORNING, APRIL 9, at 9 n'cli < k. S?eiiiwa\ Pinnoa n?- I at these C i;cert?. a7?'d W ASHi.MGTUM THEATER CO.MI<|l E ? ? (Eleventh aireet, aouth Pt-nu?)lvan:a atonte.) ANOTnFR STUPENDOUS SENSATION' THE OOlll GOO 1 TY COMBINATION which L u ju?t concluded a highly imer ^'fnl f?n ; icen.fut at t'i<- II ?liilav ?treet theatre, B-Utuucro. GEoE'iK W. THOMPSON, In tIk- Great?>t of M' 1-rn Senaatlona, ?YAM P"' '? YACUP!" ?? YACT?:" Alao. tb" in w Si-n?-ifiorml Billet. irran* - I h Bum Aii'x. BIaud"W>ki, after lite rrii.ripal arenic halu-- in '-L:?t 1 L^:*, frjiii Ni!>1 Garden, N-w York, eat it led THE CAPTIVE; Or, THE BIRD CAGE OY EDEN' A brilliant Spectacular Ballet, in three a ?ue?,pr> lure?t witli k rt> i n* fceni ry. in -igiiiftc' nt mhimhi <, hi; per b pr p rties, and a N EW BALLET TKOl'PK, tCirether with onr great Olio,* inaiiiiuoth variety n npe i f FORTY STAR ARTISTS Tli- cr> at V-raatile, SAGAN AS1? EDWARDS T e chaiaiiiiK vocali t, CARRIE LAVARN1E ! T!.? original and *erit?VI? LEVANTINE BROTHERS' KIRALFY SISTERS! KIRALKY SISTERS! And ?" entire *r'-at N ivelty Tr< npe. THEGRE \TIST SHOW EVER IN WASIN?;T<>N M-.i w KDNESDAY an 1 SATI RDAY. a7 !f OLD No J On Exhihitlea INe-.vNj S and Salt ? 43V *TU ST.l _ AT /7jh tsr >1A RER ITER'S, ' So 439 7tb street, bet*e< ri D and B xtreett, elatit dot ra above 0<ld Fellow's Hall. Choice Oil Paictinf?, Ei.?ravin*?, Chromoa, 4c. A!#o, laryeat atock Pap. r Hanginga. W ind.w ^Ladea. P?ctnt*?, Frame*. Pirtnre Cord* and Taa ?el?. R'ng", Nail?, *c., iu the Dulrict. ?yTERMS CASH. Pieaee remember Name and Nnaiber. lel-ly* ALL KINDS OF OAST-OEF WEARINgTF PARKL can be a<>ld to the very beat atvautitt by addreaair* or calling on J I'STH, ? 19 D atraat, between Sth and 7th n. w. Rrtea by mail promptly attended to. Caah paid. (13 OLD GOLD, SILVER, BRASS, COPPBB, Ire., bonght at fair pricea for a Mew York honae Honpeh<>ld Farnitnra bought andaold. ITotea by mail ?r> mptly attended to by AC0KH8TXUI. 14U8 PennatWania avenne all-ly* SUMMER RESORTS. SUMMER BOARD. TlieOSEl'RN HOl'SH,Le.^aburg, Va.,i?r.owop-n for the arroiiunixlatioD of Summer B iardera. No p?:n- will beapared in I he eiid* a\ or to make allciiiil hmable. | ?p.}-lm*J JOAB OSBURN, Pr >prlet,.r. 1873 spring. 1873 TRFMENDOrS STOCK, TREMKNDOUS STOl K, TREMENDOl ? STOCK, TRV.MK.Mini ?< STOCK. TKEMENDOIS &TOCK, SPRIJJO and summer clothing SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING] ^PRJNG AND SC M MIR CLOTHING, A?D SUMMER CLOTHING, bPKINO AND SIMMER CLOTHING, MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS, MENS .TTurTHS' AND B.'YS, MENS , YOI'THS' and boys, MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS, MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS, At A. STRAUS'S. At A. STRAUS'S. At A. STRAUS'S. At A. STRAUS'S. At A. STRAUS'S. CALL AMU S t k ? CALL A.\U S t h CALL A.\l> Sh A f CALL AMU 8HE ! CALL AMU SJM! UK HAT BAKU AIMS HKEAT BAKU AIMS *J??AI BAKUAIMS ft HEAT KA H(i AIMS UKEAT BAHUA1MS 1*11 PENNSYLVANIA A VENTS, 1*11 PENNSYLVANIA AVENl'E, tSIl PENNSYLVANIA AVENCB, Third Door fros 11th Straet. Third Door from 11th Street, mis Third D<K>r froqi 11th Street. |?XAM1NE THB GOLD SPECTACLE, 05LT |l, H H HEMPLEB, Optician, ?>? tr 4H Itreet. rpYLEA'S LUNCH MILK BISCUIT, The choice*, mom delicate and Inaly lavored Cracker ia the UnHed State*. GIVE TBBM A TRIAL. E*p?ciallj i LUNCH, TEA TABLE. AND TBI USE Of 1 - VAL1DS. For rale by Grocer* generally. Trad* applied by TYLEB 6 BEOS., ?11 \m Sola ?aaafartarra. Baltiaora, H?! JJBODMADAWL, SPECIAL NOTICES. * Finr ol-i Rye Whinkjr, Fine OM Kvp Whiaky, Fnf Old Kyr Whiak\, Fm?? Old R><- W:ii?kv, Kiuf OH R i? Wm*k>, Fine OU R. Witiaky, Fine Oid Rve Whiaky, M'fi rtfid ia W%rrnmitJ War-fimtU Fun _ Pmft Purt Am Cm i?':> ti'4't, fcr Utni't m4 Met tan tit V't. Thia ia the art i< l* w>- have no v ? 1,1 f.?r npw?rd< <>f h>e year* with u .v rul Mlt-f;. tlon; piucpln I irg< bottle* at One D liar r- r '? < r can l> h id i* hi.v quantity. ?^Notice,that w< will return t.-e m :i<>r if this W hiakt d<???? not gi ?e lion or ?r?\ o aa rrpn. "?M' d hy na. Also an excel!.?? *t ck of r.i.if mi * Vine-?P >r', SbtrrT, Aif'llo*, M'hutal, H >ck aoH'laret; .ti- , K -II) a I-Iand C.i awl .1 an l imp tt'-i Li jiior* '>1' a'l kinrta. ARTHUR NATTAN3, Druggist, al'j-tr Corner ?1 and D atreets n w. Bati hflor'? Hair Dye ia t"he beat in the worM, the only true and perfrct Hair Dye; no ridiculous tint", no disappointment, banule**, reliable, instan tHnei oh Mark or brown; at all drogsiata', and 16 Bond afreet, Nt w York. f 3-?oly A Card. A Clergyman, while reei<iiuc ta p.uth America, M missionary, diac jvered a *aft> and simple remedy rot the cur* of Nervons Weaknfae, Early Decay, Diaeaae of thf Urinary-and Seminal Organ*, and the *bole train of disorder* bronght on by baneful and ticioua habita. Great nainber* have been cured by ttna noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unf .rtunate, I will send the recipe 'or preparing and uaisig thia medicine, in a sealed envelop*-. to any one who needs it, >V< of Cluxrn, Adareae, JOSEPH T. INM\N, ? , Slatiwn D, Bible House, martt-ly jfew Y^rk OUy. BALLS, <fcc. j^ElOND AJIJII.U BALL'..* FOR TUB BENEFIT OF THE ClflLDKEN-S HOSPITAL," AT MASONIC TEMPLE, TU BSD AY EVEN ISO, 14th Airil, 10T3. The Director* of tiie Children'a H npi'al have much pleaf rein ann* "ncing that the -econd annual tali for th<> benefit. f tlii? deserving "'harity w ill by ,'iven us shot e, tinder the mating. went name i be low. In connection with this announcem* nt.th^ pnldic is a-ked to consider tha br. ilaul noble purp *?? f*>r which the institution wi* , atablbli d. viz ? the rat and in- dp al treatment of ill p r cliildr. n who may ???? i-ick,di" n??d ?>r temp rati!, li-aM' d, * i'li .it .my ?li-tiTn ti"? .<n ir : ? f t, r ?? p or . l .r. and '1'0 the gratuilona distrit v.ti? l f n.eUiciii-r, tutiie r T < kft* may lie obtained from aii\ ?.f the direc tor* or lady \ i-itora. and at th principal li"t? l? v -l book and jewelry etorea, at tlie fvliuwing price?, ijj ?ludii.g a?pp"r: A'iniirtinc ^cntl^Rtan and lady ? :? no 44 one !?<'.) ^..jO REFRESHMENTS BV <Rt TCUETT. I'Ems*'. Committee "F Ahhaxcve^t-. >lr. LewU J. Davii, n >r?. R ? .? Mr.S. \ Nile--. >fr?. !?? n?-? n. Dr. W. D. Diinkard, Mi-. F. 1J M ^..ire. 1J 11. i O.N <'i 4*.ri E. Mr. S. V Kil-f, Mr. \ K P rrv, I?r. J. < . Hall, Dr. Tk waa* Milkr. D '. C. H Li? t v , I>r. \V IV .I in. t n. Or. C rat ton T> l~r, Jir. S. II. K oiTm m-i, Mib. A. J. Br??n. Mrc.Judei- P.i-'-al. fira. Mar< v, Xrt.CTMaaa, Mi'. ^fi-!r * Cojle, Mr*. L .T. Davia. Mr-. ^. V. Nil***. Mr*. S. II. Kaininiann. D?ro*AT!OX Co.rj.TTFK. Mr. F. B. M< Gu i . Dr. W. 8. Driokir?!, Mr. M NV . Gait. l>r \^l.f. rd. M,- ii"l B .kctfa, Mr-. \\ . 15. W?11., Mr*. Win. \V?:i. Mr*. Jo*. H-dtorn, Mi-a Frf-Iiriglin.-,-n. <l\ Tt?n< ax i Ixv;r?T ?i\* Mr. S. H. KanfT ann. Dr W. \V. Johii'ton Mr. F. B McGuire. On 1ikfke*ttmfvt?. Mr. II. S- Diktn. Dr. S. C. B>:?- v. FirvoR Manai er. Colonel A udonried. Floor Mami?u?. Mr. William C. Hill, Mr. William L.Sicoll, Mr. John Davia, Mr. G. G. Krelinghuy*i'.i, Wr. Frank Gilm- re, Mr. J. J. Ch?-w, Mr M . Sibl**) S- v?. ate. Mr. Auli k Palmer, Mr. F.W. Poor, Sir. George Morris. WA baaket will l?- found near the main entrance ot tli- Tall room for tin- reception of -tu n c.iitrilri O'-na aa th<- chai llaMy-di-p ????! ina> wish to bring or aend in f?.r tlie 1-en' lit of the little -ufferers on ilie Occaaion of trie ball. ap9 dtd | I?ep., Qhron. nnd Sunday p.ipera cpy. | LADIES' GOODS. .Mis* Mccormick, 90A PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.Wfc ...... (Up Stair*,) W ill open on THURSDAY, Aprtl 4th, a large and attractive a?aortm<-nt of Imported BONNETS AND Rol'ND IIATS, to which the special attention of th<- lado a is callel. 8**t r ^TAMPING~DEPOT, 617 Seventh Street, felal'tr Oppoalte Patent Offlca. WELLING OFF I ? _ SELLING OFF I AT COST, TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP, the entire atock OF THE NEW YORK BAZAR, 441 Seventh atrf 't, near K. Ciar7-tr NO HUMBUG. g LENZBEKG * co^ Belling ont entire atock of MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, at and below coat. TOT Market Space, ^rv^'^n> 7th And 8th itr^ti northwest. IUPORTER OF HUMAN HAIR. GRAND BARGAINS AT MADAMH IITHIM'I, ?16 1ilk strut, set on d door from U itraal. Remember the name and number. Cheap Ourla. jwftcbea. Chignona, Braida, Puffs, Frizzettea, of the Ateetatylea. Call and tee our new atock before pur :haamg elaewhere. dec21-u ?*F ADIES' " Ll FRENCH STARCH ENAMEL la the beet article In the world for doing up Linen or llialin. It Impart* a beautiful tfoea to the fabric. For aaie by all Griicera. HLKNHAM ? CO., Mannfactarera, 160 Wmt Lombard atre?t, _)an!4-ly Baltimore. Maryland. HARNESS! HARNESS! We have on hand a large stock of all kinds of Sin gle and Double Gilt, Covered, Rl'BBER, NICKEL, SILVER MOUNTED HARNESS, of or,r o* n make, which we -rw determined to a"ll at very low pricee. S> le agent* for Hill'a relebrated CONCORD HARNESS, of which we have a large atock at Concord pricee. The Concord Harneea and Collars have a reputatiou all oter the country for durability and atrength, TRUNKS and SATCHELS in great variety. CEDAR TRUNKS,for protection against motha. Call and examine atock. Ll'TZ ft BRO., _aj 1m 49T Penn. ave., next to National Hotel. 1'HR RAPIDITY |ND EA8R WITH WHICH sisSkM to r&?. SEWARD'S TRAVEL! AR0UH0 THH WORLD. twwen S and to"eck p. m., at Prof. YoangV Befool Building, l?tk at., \~vmtm KT Lett ?very dcaciij . J AMES CORRH>ON, Teacker. ertog, Card-writing, and Pea Work of rift lop, r?c?fUed to order aplla EVENING'STAR. Y7ashington News and Gossip. InnriAi Rkvxjtck.?TTic receipts frcm this sourcc to-day were S3i-',4">4.84. PiRnosAL-F.x-Secretary Bontwell was at the National Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla., on the sth inst. Tmhwiti Snnwait this morning receive ! a letter from Newark, N. J., signed ? Wyoming," inclosing fIJO conwienve_money. Minister TO Colombia.?The President ha* a Pointed Win. L.* Scruggs, of Ga., miniver resident for the United States of Colombia. Thk iteamek Bbooklvs arrived at Trieste yesterday with ibe storeship Supply in tow. The Supj>:y has on l>oard A merioan contribu tions to the \ ienna exposition. There were 4T5 Iriils p<w*J by Congress at the last session, as follows:?Of a general na ture, 111; not of a general nature, i)S; private, 266. Thk Phesident at;d General Dabcoek w;ll leave here early next week for St. Ljuis, awl will be absent until about the 1st of May. The President goes on private business. Ex-Senator Cole has notified tin President that he is not an applicant for any foreign mis sion. It was rumored that Mr. Cole was to succeed Minister l)e Long in Japan, but that (OMtioit will pivb.ibly be teudered to ex-Senator >ye The Cabiset met to-day, but Secretaries Kobcson and BeHtnap and Postmaster General Ortsswell were al>M nt. The latter, however, wa? represe nted by First A distant Postmaster ?>t ::eral Marshall. Only on.- or two vi? tor -aw the President this morning. Speaker JJi.aine is still in town, asul will not leave for his home, in Maine, until the wcatber moderates some. His children would probably be injured by the sudden change iroiutbis climate to the odder one of Maine, flie w inter there has been very hard and there is still an abundance of snow and ice, while licre the tbeininuieter has been above >*? and the fruit trees are in blossom. ?A rI*C 1 InTMEJiT8 RY THK PRESIDENT.?The President made the following appointments this uiorning: It. M. lteynolds. collector o: ens '< n:s lor tiie distiiet of Mobile, Ala., to succeed Colonel Miller, removed becau-e or irregulari ties in his accounts occasioncd hy the alleged defalcation of his son, who acted under hiiu a? ?li pnty collector. K. K. Hendeison, of Wiscon on, agent for the Chippewa litdiansof i^ake Superior. <?enerai. Sherjiar and General Irvin Mc. Howell had an,interview wall the President t.l.is luori ing. General McDowell, who co n-* mauds tbe military division oi' the sow'h, has >t?ii tor several nionths past on an liispe<-'iii? tour in bis div is'on. w iMi a viev> of making ?acli ? t intr-- ot posts and concentration of tro >p? a will secure greater economy in expenditures. He will leave for bis headquarters at Louisville, K v., in a few d.iys. What the Modocs are Afraid Or?Peace (.'onimissioner Meacham lias advised the Secre arv ol t lie Interior that the fear that the Indians i dieted by the civil courts will b? giver up for uiii-bin> lit. is the principal impedlm*-u: to the success of the negotiations with the Mod tee in the lava beds. Secretary Delano has advised the military not to give up the indicted Indians to the civil authorities, but to icwove tliein if they Mirrender. In the Postal Car iwyk8Tioatiosbefore the senate committee in New York yesterday, Mr. James N. Davis, representing the Post Office department, replied for tbe government and read a statement showing that tbe middle and eastern states were paid au ad. *nce of ~J>> per cent since 15G7, and in some instances, west <-i n roads, as hiah as 100 and even IjO'jter cent, Mr. Davis said he considered postal cars a n : cissitv. They save time and insure promptness in the delivery of the mails. The Southkrf Claims Commi??i<>x vestor ? lay Ik an! tbe cases of Senator John F.LewU Hid Mana.?*nh blackmail for projierty taken from Hazlewood estate, in Kockiughmm county. Va., amounting to * 5,114; John Jay Smith, now of Michigan, for property taken in Virginia, amounting to ?1,854; estate ol Walter 11. Krwin. of Falls Church, Va., deceased, amounting to *1,421; assignee of Samuel Lewis, of Washing ton, D. C., for property in Virginia, anounting to ?470; W. li. Nails, Culpej>per county, Va., ?3,178. Army Orders Assistant Surgeon Robert H. White is relieved from duty in the Depart ment of the South and ordered to report to the commanding general of the department of the lakes for assignment toduty; Assistant Surgeon Joseph K. Carson is ordered to tbe Department of the South for duty. Leave of absence for *i\ months, with permission to go bevon 1 tbe >ea. is granted to tbe following officers: Capt. Kobert P. Wilson, First Lieutenant John Whit ney. 11th infantrv, and Second Lieutenant 11. B. Chamberlain, idth infantry. Sergeants Da vid A. Dabolt, jr.,and John ?. Martin, general service I'nited States army, now with the signal detachment I'nited States?rm at Fort Wliip i>le, Va.. will be discharged tbe service ui?oti the receipt of this order at the place where tLy may be serving. Naval Orders.?Passed Assistant Surgeon William S. Bowen is ordered to the naval hos pital, Norfolk. The following officers have been detached: Commander C. J. McDotigai from the tcmjiorary command of the naval rendez

vous, San Francisco, and ordered to command the Saco, Asiatic station, per steamer, May 1st; Lieutenant Commander S. D. Ames from the naval academy, May 1st. and ordered to duty on the Kuropean station; Surgeon B. H. Kidder from the naval hospital, Norfolk, Va., and I ordered to the Pensacola navv yard; Secon I Assistant Engineer Absalom Klrby from the Tallapoosa and ordered to examination for pro motion; Second Assistant engineer Tiieopliilus Cook from the naval station. League Island, ai.d ordered to the Tallapoosa; Second Assistant Engineer A. B. Bates from the navv yard. Mare Island, and ordered to the na val statiou. League Island; Knsign Boynton Leach from the Juniata and placed on sick leave. Petit ion lie Favor of O'Kelly, the Herald ?* Commissioner."?Tbe President has received a petition from J. G. I), de Ville gTas and other promiuent Cubans of New York, praying the government to interfere in the case of OTCelly, the Hrralrt correspondent who, on recently"returning from the country held by the patriots to the Spanish lines, was arrested and ia to he tried by a court-martial. The petition concludes as follows:?44 We know, sir, that Mr. O'Kelly. being an American citi zen, acting in the discharge of a duty of an eminently American character, the govern ment to which he belongs needs no stimulus to urge it to that course which the exigencies of the case so imperatively demand. Of this we are fully convinced, and we cannot remain silent, even If our appeal should be useless and uncalled-for. But we desire at least In advance to give some proof of our gratitude to the man who, by tbe mere public exhibition of the sim ple truth, will essentially contribute promptlv and effectually to stop this terrible effusion ol blood, and to pnt an end to the terrible distress and suffering that have accompanied the strug gles of a neighboring people on their wav to liberty.*' Tbe petition was referred te the Department of state for such recommendations as the Sec retary or that department may deem proper in I the premises, __ Bsttol Oil Chat. The old fashioned "chapeaux bras" are com ing into favor again as opera hats, so we hear. Society may congratulate itself on the fact that feminine fastness has gone out of fashwu entirely. Masculine nether integuments are becoming I larger, and assuming a grace! al and drapery like French heel has gone out of fashion, so I has chignon, so has voluminous crinoline. I Tbe fashionable spring overcoat bears a strong I family resemblance to afenUnta4>?jM?, with I the waist fbr the collar. I Since the Invention, or diacoverv, of Alaska I diamonds a solitaire pearl has become the I proper thine In ssta?>we?it ring*??V. Y. Mmil. I Tweed a*|* Umld to h< AitasTtD?In I the New York boaw er" assembly Inst night s I resolution was adopted to arrest ai.d bring be I fore the hpuse Vm. M. Tweed, Jay Gould, and I John B. Duleher for refusing to appear and I testify befoie the Erie invotigat'.ng ecmmUue. The Civil Mfrtirf Rnlm. AND MAYOR XKDILL. The following is the letter of Hon. .Joseph Medill, resigning hts position on the civil service board, a ad the President's reply thereto; MAYOR MEDILL*" LETTER. Mator's Ofkke. Chk aoo, April,!, \>r.\ Ti Hi* K*cUrn< y, President Cni'td SlnUt. !>? ar Sir: An executive order wa? promul gated on the 17th of .latmarv, 1*73, Against the holding of state or municipal oftice* by federal apindntees after the 4th of March. IKTa. Under tiiis order it will be impossible for me to con t'r.ne to hold the oft*oe of commissioner of tiie civil ?-'M ice board unless I resign the m ivoralty Oi" Chicago. Not feeling that it would he exj>e d ent to do the la.t r at present, I therefore ten der my resignation of the apj>oint raent from you of civil service coium issioner; and I hereby tendt r my thanks for the confidence you re posed in me in making such appointment. I al?o trust th*t the rule* prepare.! by the board and accepted and adopted bv you will not l.c abandoned, ignored cr neglect-d of en forcen.e it, lelieving as I do that their applica tion will tend to improve and elevate theeivi service, and that they are endorsed by the great n;a-s of the American people. Very respectfully, yours, Jos. Medill. Til* PRESIDENT'S reply. Execttive Mansion, > Washington, I). C., April 1?C3. ^ I Dkar Sir: Upon my return to Washington I Lnd your letter ot the |?t instant, resigning the position of commissioner of the civil service l>oaii'. on account of yo-tr inability to hold that position, together with joui ri>i?oiu,ibSe office of Mayor (?! Chicago. I appreciate your reason, while I regret that the board will lose your valuable services. and in accepting your resignation I beg to thank you for your earnest labors in the cauv or civil service and to assure you that the spirit of the n.'es adopted will be maintained. Very resiecUnlly yours, U. S. Gran r. Hun. Jos'jh Until I, Chicago, HI. I lie Sensation IMMiMMrite* About War wlili Nexlrs. VHAT dry. SHERMAN RAVS ABOCT THEH. 'J he story pr.utcd in a New \ ork paj^r to the iflcd that "all the available troops i*i the country are bring concentrated along the Bio t>rande, ' and that a predatorv exitedition i.~ contemplated by the 1 i. t? -I States against Mexico, is pronounctd the veriest l?osh bv ?.-n Sherman, who states that the number of troop* in 1 e>as has not been increased lor live years, and that it is in contemplation to withdraw ti oops from |h?* southern and western portions ot the state rather than to increase the force in that vicinity. The ouly r? .vnt change in tin n;ov< nietif <>f troops in Te\j- is the tiaosfi-r ot th? 4th cavaltv (white) from Fort liicliard ?on, in the northern part ot the state, to tic Kto Grande, in the place of the Wh eavalrv (colored). '1 i.:s changc has no significance whatever, but is simply in accordance wiita the principle that irftipn should not remain too lone in one plac.\ Changes of troops in all parts of the west snd south are common, especiailv in ? when manv of them ar>- necessita te by the hostile attitude of Indians. While in J evas the Secretary of War and (ion. Sheri oanwtll n:s|tei t tJie different po-ts, and will doubtless modify the present disposition ot tn.ops in the state, but beyond this it is not ap prehended that amohing warlike will be done. Tho Improvement oi H ashiiiff tou. 1 he following editorial appttrs in the Phila delphia l'rett of yesterday: "So much abuse has been showered upon the V i I?. C.) hoard oi |.ublic works th ?t it seems out fair to publish the very clear state ment of A. It. Shepherd, vice jsWident of that nod}*, which will be found in another column, it men are to be known by their works, cer tainly the Washington board deserves couimen <1 at ion, for, in a very biiel period, it has wholly I transformed the appearance ot the national capital, and is rast making it what it should be one of the most beautiful ami delightful cities I in the country, Upon our recent vLsit to Wash ington we found the wooden pavemeuts wear ing well, at.d were reiuinde?l that the ?ine?tion if a-ked Ks st rangers who visit Phila ?? lphia. lt our streets are to remain ill theii present disgraceful condition until centennial tune. The New \ork Tribun? in cowm>-nting upon Mr. Shepherd'* card <it appeared in Its columns yesterday.) says: -Mr. Shepherd, o: the Washington board of p iblic works, ad dresses to us a temi?erate def ttnoc of the Dis trict government, wliich is ceri*:nlv calculated, unless confuted, to place their late operation* in a much more favorable liglu. We hope so .n to give a careful and dispassionate invest na tion to these conflicting reports.'' Such an investigation as the T. ,pri?| >*es will doubtle*.- be heartily welcomed bv the \\ ashington board. It does not attempt to con ceal that it has cost, and will yet co>t, a good deal to improve Washington." and this '-not surprising.when we call to mind the -drag gling sonihern village" it found it."' The New Air-line to New V?>rk.?After its victory in the New Jersey legislature the National railroad company is preparing to give travele is a new air-line between New \ ork and Philadelphia. Our correspondent in the latter city has had an interview with Mr. Corson, the secretary of the national company, who gives all needful information as to the projected work ot the company. The surveyed route between tlie t*o cities is eighty mi let-: tlie Ptfiitisrlvsau road Is a little over ninety miles. The construc tion is to be negun at oiice. It is proposed to run the eighty miles in two hour:?that is, at the rateot forty miles an hour. The road, in order that this rate of speed can be attained, must be built and equipped in the best possible maimer, mid such is the intention of the ruan agement?.V. I". ll?rM, 10^. , The Michigan Election The Detroit Pr>st savs that the returns received for the election held in Michigan, on Mondav. show that where there was no special local excitement there was a light vote polled.bnt the republican majorities are re ativelv well kept up. In the cities the republicans have done unusually well. Grand Hapids, which last year had "a democratic mayor, now elects a republican by a large ma joiity.-ind Cold water, Port Huron, and Hills dale have likewise changed the;r municipal nolitics in the right direction. In Vpsilanti. last year democratic, the temperance and re publican ticket is successful. The Bank of EnglaxdForoer- Develop ments made In the great Bank of England lor fery case, which was before the Lord Mayor of ". PI1. aCain yesterday, conclusively estab lished the tact that the forgeries were commit ted by Bidwell. now under arrest at Havana and whose surrender has been ordered by the Spanish government; Geo. MacI?onuell. held tor extradition in New Vork; Geo. Bufvrell. whose arrest in Edinburgh has already been announced, and Noyes, the alleged clerk'of the parties, who wus the tir-t t^n-m taken into cus tody in London. Geo. Bidwell and Noyes were both berore the court yesterday, and after ex amination were remanded to Newgate. The Bail road War Transferced to North Carolixa?The state authorities of North Carolina yesterday su <d out before ?I idge Watts a writ of injunction against A. 8. Buford, president of the North Carolina railroad, to pre vent a change of gauge of said road from Greensboro' to Charlotte, and the injunction was served. The gauge was to have been changed in a day or two, which would have en abled trains from the Danville road to pass through to the south, and waa to be done iu the interest of the Pennsylvania Central. T^re Wreck of the Atla?tic.?A corps of wreckers arrived at Meagher's Bock yesterday and pot their apparatus in order, ready to begin orations to-day. Part of the cargo of the lost vessel has already been pulled up, and two schooners laden with goods were sent to Halifax yesterday. The weather has not been favorable for work of this nature. The body of Mr. Bria lev, one of the cabin passengers, was washed ashore at Lunenburg, forty miles west of the wreck. The bodies or three of tho ilots sat pas sengers was recovered yesterday. JrsTicE Aroused in Xiw Vsu In the ceneral sessions yesterday, Edward Marphy and wtiJf1 ?entoneed for highway robberies to twenty years each in Mate prison. In the over and terminer, Robert Parker, who snatched some money from Mr. Ostratxier at the banking house of Howes St Macv, was sen *** * k*Xf?V' Jvurntd A wit*ess in the Goodrich lauaast, which has oceapied the attention of the New Yerk public for some time, testified that the Murdered man became acquainted with hie miatre? through a "Pi isensT" ?Ireitfaimnnl and al though the mnrder still ie?sliM amonrtke ?yeteiiee of Mew York there Is Strang reason to *"**? b?" _ PaoFiTABLs PBamunn. ? Thomas Godfrey, of Decntar, ru., has obtainsd a vsr diet for *10,000 against the Illinois Central raU EZlrC*TFtLlfo* P^*~llMj?rteehe iMsirad last fall, by being skwk by an tMfn sTlhi company, while walking on the track. VDietiim for want of food is ??*????? ta Prejall in the islands on the IrlA coast of Gal Tfc* BmN mi r?Mif Works mud rUrlr ?WHAT *?* IVP?RTI?tOK?BKV(lt - AV<. The well-intormed and impartial Waab**^ ..u correspondent of tho New York !..*?? i -!e j-'raj h.? to that paper *f lollown; ' The bOAr.l or pub'ic work* of the I? ?-r!v-t ot Columbia fc?v? be^un the work ??: c,?- ng Ui, their operations aim! retremhing gem-raV 1 hey are refusing to give out new contract*, and are bringing delinquent contract.... to ' I* ronr* '* ?'*?>? an un|.: ^int .*tion, am] never lx-i owe* |i?|>u'ar w.'L t IV.l'i1"*'";, A% ? ?'?*im-noe the a a u't* on the board have been revived with fre?): m or and with some new ii.-j.iration. the latter eSta _ng front men a hose re<v.ies'-i h?ve be- , r. tn?ed, and whose favor always de| end* up. , ? price. As t> the in?olven v of th-' 1- 1 ?> 'h,C '1W?|W o^T, Hon .l! K SLephcrd.alres.lv ?-: b> hcl. ha? i r an end t<* that stotjr, and yom corre?|.oi*lent may add ?>?,? T ">nr "?*?ring which r. ??" St lte<,hythe I>;srmt l< gislatnre. w r.i enab* the b-wrd to anticipate ... jU?". m'W,M ex,r> or it-iro ,n*lel ted lies* dnruf the eo.uin-' * ? ,;,;r;w,:' lh*' tsV,re 18 WfrmlJ ^, 7" "hould owe a dollar Wond it? tlie end oi thc year ^ 5. I ,ea--t, I? tlie (.resent par none of 'be thFJEL l\ "?y *lM'^mH.k.sl that u, i I. r. ? clamor comes froiu mm whose ^ ^ ??*? anothe?. u trom iu>'ii who lionikicvl the IsiaM into Vim1* ^ y*r- and are now b?e,i^S?ll^f09a ex|?? ctatloas have not ii -Asa specimen of thereckless allegations made, it la charged that the * h ?ol HhmIoi the District lu.? been ahuorKM. Th* 22Vtr!f be .low , ,H courM , without the collu sioniof tiveot the principal officers of the L>.? ??'*? ?[?ejr-'N.rnor. the vice president of th? board, the treasurer of the board, the I>i? ^ J'lKrtct cow trailer. Ho onf^'if i- ,,r.,*,,Iv (l*;?rgen like It lHj.i.i true, the LV.. ? ? rj,w''*" the * arrant*, m>iko? an official statement to day sh<j? ine that wh le ?f?r.nr"lY C> 0T1 ?rCO,,n< the kClMKll !?? ? ?, I*"*""'"'* Tt-ar is ?WJ,J7il.7K, the i,?v ments have actually been #i.Vl,i.|H.;;, ana thit wtwiaatlon of the Ihstrict gove.n f f ?'*rn?? ??'?* of the school in n.l have ? \ce??l? d tj,e collections oi the school t^x bvilie ha i? *"d t?'*t the ceneral fu:nl fb^te^"J"Vtl "P?"im thc ,u'"1 ?*' .1 - h **?*?? Is true of thc |<olioe an.l r'ra'i r faints. far as any iniMop>T fh? ? m " co",<;rn?'1- The d.rti.-ni?r is ihatby the action ?l the last JeKi*utiirc. whvh whs aiae in its own con.-, it. ti* law reewlarine t! !fi t?i r taxes was m*.le ?o easvrbMthe lirf of V-.?hJ? Tl WUb * tax nrorUV^ . ' )'Vmc,,t cannot b. ,, ' . *! Sx'tfre Jaly. 1 his will be chan,;e<l Mt 'hf *ext V ?"?? '?"* there are o. lo r p?rp 'he ?1. u .'?W* Tlie evidence ;s . J ",V1 T1"" wl rbe ofM.-ers i , now Nack-maili.if attempta on ihe i.*rr oi \Vhb .1 lU"T* ai.? of tiie>? xitoets With other, the H,r,H?se ?? to ,trac jtI I . and tien. B*W kt the first bocan<^* iii-n/nJ'i'. district officers, ami the aecond '?ecHUM* he is napoiisii.le tor th.- navmenu wks y|?f- ,lV*fy,D ,J,C ? I'liWic It is the same ^ame tLat ti.,-.i on during the la-t camj aijjn, of ai,t-?inf r,m J""".-*l'*e Conuption in Uie Ili-frict II ,'!! char Jill* the President wftl, he rt poiisib.jity ot it, and vet some of the v.*n n?e i cnjaieeil in tins dirtr work will >t?eaU i at the back d?s>r o: the White How- .n-i a?L for .? nsMleratioii. Whatever honest difference ot "l at ha i erf may ^ practicability ot M|| . . * A ,1^^c the improvement "of th?j *'J^ ip.IM'''"hitable iact remains that the fun*VT n? ai"' l'r?h>njed invewtlgation tin.* (ailed to rt ve?l a single v. ?t,?e oi corruption " be evj^mlitures. The ?sn;?i and ordinary evi 'wantlL01 tT'' * >,,Ui ?f a^ whollv iHrii ? m i'T^ ar<* ",J contractor* or snd-b n'ir ,i!L 0,TCU1" T"M'* x.-.UU h. rJ t iii the contrary, the oontrnetors complain that rtaka ami pr.,-es leave them no pro?t a?sl rnvnv at> the1!r faft hr'U' wlu<l ng y; ,r"e,r an ?irs. Gov. < .Kike is n?w in New or'<' negotiating c^rlain oi thedu'vauthorised ?ecurities oi the l?istrict. It * ouid rejoice onlv us Assailants to know that their as-A'dts Ii *.'( trnn-oranly i. 1,,1,-re.l his success mim^-ule. y?" ?T- A'AKRY!a Cot *TV. Mb.. Ut-aOKtt MTSTEcy. ? The l<eonar?ltown (St. Marx's ?o thI>ri,V?'*r0" bV t"rtfrr ^?cular- in re^r.l o the robbery a?.d murder oi Mr. S. hofieid. ami destruction Ot his store hv lire at Fa<riie!<i in he lower part ot St. Mary's coantv. ot> Th irs i"; k t'k- ? ,,0,u"? which apparel in -Mr " ML.TW *r* ",,,ce , 1 he H.-acn s?w .!- nt^ ? l ? " ?n.l in tine sptr,ts ils ut. >- ? lo k on the ni^ht in question, and ?n three ho:,rs afterwar.ls there was nothin* remaining ol liim but hit bUckene-1 ami charred ?ones, entirely unrecogni/Al.le. 1 h? cot oner's nienest hcid ' V tloatice Wise on the loliowln* niorntng Tailef to Mx the guilt upon anv partico ar party or to develop am material la -ts ;^L",2^!35 Mi,! continues o l>e shroiidea. in mystery. A reward of of live tuiidred dollar* has been offered by our oountv authorities for the apprehensiou of the mmaier w?fM. !l is e*'d<nt that that Scho leld was mur? ere?l and rohlhd. It U b'-lievnt that euher Ih.1 store or the goods wer* insured oid it is know i that the ?uiortunate inan had ion .". .'iTaV,e"moo?t ?' niomy in hisp.Mw. a ?V !? t*rae ?J the nrinlfr. ap he had bet-n collecting means for several weeks, preparatory Hl?ni?e ll'K fcI>,rln< IHMehaaea in Baltim ?re Hto account books wjre also destroyed, and liMice h's cluldred are not only deprived of the fostering care of a parent, b.it'are reduced from liovertvi-VveC0Inf'urt ?rnl aJluencc to evtreiu. v"rK STatKKa^-The jaa men ol - e* ^ork intend holUni^ a mass meeting to lttlwou,d ?*? that they have been do eattAl in tiieir a?t strike, but thev threaten to 1**1;ms*1*?'" whioU wU1 ,,ut (he whole city in The carAiriv. rs on the B.?lt line, who were to ?"ve "truck vesterdav for *2.71, have beeu offered by the company, and were to meet lairt mgbi to c. is-Wcr the otter. They now re ceive *1 |?r d*y. 3 rc The strike in building trades last vear cansc?l .V sTSTjS , l,r^vio?m vear present aquation, it js rtift^i-ar V* *" l"Jn,'*,ueirect on the cur ,.A;itJv!Ty *,r the* AKLtsra ik Sratx The w Ha?" 'a Spain, continues A ruble ?ii>|?au.u from Per|>iunan at 6 o'clock last eveusn^ save '? Kcinl'oroemoatsnrs in sight rhe garrison and volunteers are making a lfcatr I?os*tion is critical. Kirr has a!i broken oat in the town. tien. ratMnos has lM?aten the band of Carlwts uuder . . m -nacinj tJelom. Miros. at the head ot a considerable lorce of insurtreutj ha? levied a conuilmtlen often tlioasand francs n A ilia Fianca. and demaislot its immediate payment bv the municipalitv. threatening the own with tiie late of Bcrga i r thc moaev U u^t torthcom'ng. ThO place is defended, and the Authorities refuse to yield." llMWiXT Kaili:oad St?h khoi.i>krs a large number of the stockholders ot the Uevsland, Colambus, Cinctunati and Indian apolis railroad have determined to resist the i>ro|iosed increase of stock ami lease of the road o the ^tlantir and Great Western company. These stockholders claim that a.%^ssi.ouu ot new -^ock is wholly iincall'.-?l lor, and is proposed only for fraudulent ami corrupt purposes and the Atlantic and Ore.t WetUrnnTlUi lu *>!??,WJOJiOO bonds is hopelessly Insolvent. AVCK.uF A ?ALTI*,,*t' Hrsnaxo?Tester da}. in the court ot common pleas, Jadre tiarey. the jury in the case of Kllen Smith ami IMim against the BalUmore Jamases tn^ HhTi im"^"w' *f recor?r ?>??? killing ot ker husband, Daniel Smith, onths 1st of last February, while trav sss^r A 8ca or lea?The tollowlnj oeived In New York Wednesday, dated Kajle Kiver.8.8. Mich., April li^'fhere is a larger Santity of tee k< re than we have had before in years. It is now upward of feat thick, and Is still forming. There is no water la sight from Silver Islet. Teams are passing (torn Eagle harbor oa the lee over the steamboat channel. There is no certainty or the owning of navtga tion before June 1. A OaoMUCtilavoy amt revealed the where abouts of HM^Nt recent I v stolen in Savaunah. ?? "? il owner prom ply had her ar gailt, too. A rouca mwru Cincinnati Ined a pro - S2?,^and ^ave the puhtlc tenchi " ways pay their lues. A pit raaaoT was ss are to TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB Tills Afternoon** DUpakhM. ASflQClATKLt rKL>* HKVOIiTs. 1KMIBI.K I tRIHtl ikU Ikr ? ily i?l S*n DvvlrwjMl. Itgkl HnnHrH Prr?Mn KIIIH. A?r<aw Alt. A -ril Anrtl 1?> The ri|) ?H San Sttliflor, mihUIw ttw <V?(r?l AM ' sti rt psblii M that mw, kas bi-wa d* ?*rmed bx *> es "th'tuske. ctv*iii* fc tarrsbie kwol lite. Flft.t ?"ir> rM per-^?ns i-?-t ?t'?* ?i | y mli'it M ?II *?i *?', ile ?trt)V?U. The mtU><|0*Kt ? w lnlln#i <1 H * eortrtsgtativn mnl man* ka Mm|> ??* hurwei'. ? Km l'ork v?'? k?k M?t Mvm nitiiv r > ?.w \ ? hk . April 11.?.The work h ?? h*fi. omuiriKiit on tlie ii. * I x?t r<ver br.i.fr lo connect (hi> rlti Mini I<???>! N'.a-h! t'itv TMk RKILAKS <?? T?a kkli: till WAT C l?M by tilt' tmL '"t? li?f brtli r> |>an r.|. att-t train* ?t won rniim-igovei all paita.4 theraa.1 * ill.out interruption. thi. marktt* riiwr.o. Tk( (told. Mink, rot Inn ant J-nwl i f n change* are I'IupiiI, ? ' >1 111' coart? h4if S't ournad over tul to morrow. Vlie |?i k* an it not If ing h legal holiday. S*-r\i.-e* t 11? rftwcn>l am Ron. ?n ?"atli riu- church** a< .? iargtiy tltciulcti. 'I be -tort* arv {umu.,? l'|4R. a riTioin v rAi,.ui?. At a me M.g ca'led tor I 'd M-mwIav tt>r fx Trolt uw ilfulin pro|?o*et?? establish t o.wle .?( mil* v huh *hai (oitn tk>m in tMrlNi)i' iuimct vuf it". U recuga ced a? tiieir < ikIi < > law*. ?: ha- fn . ?***? *i> it the Mi|'t' liu ci-urt ??>? Nat ha tin 1 ?l K iy t< ' . !<i nttuitv pi ? ITMtiN tk* ihrm k. l'lazier. ?'i ltaah?a. ha*e?4 i?n at'eg^l t .k'uluK nt tikiwtrUiw tu irou anil *U- ? wink- plaint1 ST wa-- in l>u?iw?. THK HIK Alii |i"t*l i AK !?? WVTTTBB li<aril tli** nr^Mufiit l? il*t ot T I'lijVr, ? i riiil?kl|'Li?, wb? hoiil tliat the gmernwiei ? bklMBwrrtOMl tut-. Ml t<? right !'*?ra la > ? ?B|ikllln to |-4tfoltU Ktttef* lot Ih'MliUj; or tor nn?atl?fart ?rv reaapeo?a< ' ban it-ka* t? lakr rititf?> r?*nlen.-ea an<1 t. li. tu.rtu> i |'<?t gMcr. and il? uml tii?- |?owt -i niiifrt* '.?> bk tbe a<Mi|?Mkl.uB tor cwrry I UienivJ* Prnkkal IkennW. of Ilir Nt? Ji rnnriwil. tfat thf roniensation at'.ow toi . *rt j n( tlir uiatlt. iliir? imt pay V M" t. Vll'l rWICSinaST Wtl*< ?a? com pi tun i.Um! !?? theatate sett i at AlUain to-day k\ that body : tki g a MCC* , Alii twin* |.rririit?il tu it> nituber*. KEtMClMI THE *xrw: . Controller Green ri |>ortj< thai ti.e rot" ' >t. of tke e\|nriu*? of the rily alv?rtifn(t la IN'2, uiwlor tliOH- of tin- yoar prevw u. kgctitgatni loiirH at.<*?".i**>. Mii<t inlM ttu> >n iatirr |.a>ff> lawn .wit. ritif Kiilittotkl a<ltft'.i- uf. tft* caittai ycai will ko*-ji tli? npriH* im:<lrtn Sit#,!**'. Tac lOAtD r Arrntr of tit# yttioi'i' ?--???atioti lot tl.f |>ro'<?<*'. mil ot the iatcrr??> af tl. - Aimrini tr?tti?| UH , In lil a niittini to- ii-. Am**-* N|*atr?^, at rro\'tlonco. );<??.. u'. Tke loilnaiiiK rav-> ?trr rrart mvl '.m.t t r for lite furtter mtkwot tlir l-oar.t Coanolty %^a!ii?t W'rvak : lliat Ike koi . I.i! .In i hf ?< tliaT .1. It. ji In it- .-tat. <1 an a ai<'H Ixr: tkar Vi ni'g lV\tir. u?rB??r'.j lluvkak're l>ijr. M rr tH4aiid; tliat liir M.rttl La1 o wl tin Woi.i(1? 1* rei?i*tit? <t. liiaKR ai ?: v> ?Tr.rrr vr*?TATt *a of eitlu r ?tix'l'-' or |!o!il ti*-4ny, a> tk^ r^pniar liii'ahrr* of the riikaiwc *if j.roti iiytk?*rwW trom it: aliiii 'n ei'Ier, ( \i-? |?t *k? m therifhaiii!' in i>!'<'li. Thf 1>ai:t.? i:. titri?*?*t i'ig ImmiImk** to-iiny oil tk<* li<4- - of i- i vra ilig'f | I il(K Vli I firi.-M>l KT It ? >* w,t? iatmdncirf totlo tin u. ?? t u' m !\ ?t Aliiany to-ilay, i >r k> rcc^j'-'Jii <u the Scott**. a ?? ft'rokti l".nni|M' I't-Uay. THI i' \ .* ?T? I.I I't KB A - rt I ' nil*. I*a l:? ~i. Aim: 11 ?A ?i ~|*a**-?i fio": P?(|'tg iiaa tbU aiarttHkg -hv tke Wta re|al*(4 tetuii' I"i ^cn?la ?t.M l.^1 ling a whole nay himI iti|lii. KIVO V HTnlt I ^ A *? I UL i i' * ' T<1 VIHNi. A|>ril 11 ?Knij; \ "??r J c id w.ll v ?-it \ iriilin iliwiitf tl?i' i-ftli1k;* ?"?*? if Hie caNHli tu>n of Italy w.ll permit Inn?tepArtnre !r >ni thi* touutry. THir.RVAk ? ' rtiiTK<# I'F FRAk Pmm? A| rM II I j. to 'he **U m ;?? 1,3, lai.ouo trai cr hail k*n |oM I'y Pro* taWei luaiiy on a. count ot this war . ii<1en>ti;tv, *nh i-.-tenoe ill tieiui^u Uuv|a ainl O'ker iii..i*iu>nti ClttftW. I trr M.1ACU1I i* m.-*> m P\rt~. A ft i I' t.oneral ?*r. lu-'t maJc a -l-eeck |a?t ili^lit. in whirli he taarki .1 l>?* r%n <li4ary ot keiuuaat tor the vaoaacr >? th?* Na rtenal* Amiakly troiu I'aria,aaditoclara4 hi? litrntion to mi't'Ort M. llaro>li*'. So?. ral re (?ublioan awtiiij;- ^?r* aaaowti*ia4 for to *l*y. More M ark Cat ant t?*r lite M irmaa WHAT Ki:lMHAM ?'?!'*? 'AV?. New Vnr.K. Aj?til 11 ? ltr%tiaja ^oing hat leli grafketl to a ii|>"r kore that Li? r??ifcna ; ion of Mralai oltiro it?w a ant ?fifft l<i? |k>?-:?ioii *? PrirMiient ot tlie Mot toon ck'ireh. in wlio-li a|<acity he hhull exereiae eonirol. leavmf t<? yo'jiijrei iihii tlie <1 t.u> of Uuaiue**. Me **j> ike tiHreanttle iu?ti^ntion la*t year pai<l a Uivi ? lemt ot ton i-?*i oent ; that their l?auk l? aonn f *iu? tliat ttie ( tak tVntrAl railroa?l tarnil tt-.'lJMO net laft vear. He aav* thev intrnl c? laUlietiiii^ aettk'netila in Ar;*>na in the Apaebe oouiitrr. aaJ ta aaea uj> thAt co talry to white K-trti^. Tlio Mormon cHie-, town-. at.il \illifei' kliimii e^tewl four liunilr<"il mite? n that ilirection. lie itoalea tka' be ?ia?l any n>oue\ in tke liai.k ol England, all h;? bh an lieiug.invested inl'iah. lie oayn tke t ?ue will i-ome when tke wrorkl will tk.uk l?e *er of ko mission than itiloe*' now. Tlie trie la%ewt?iratl?M. Alra>\ . Ai?rUll.?beaabir MokU*ayyearad lietore tke Kne inv e?t'paling cotum^Uat thm luoruin^. and testitied that ?l,<*)?; he ha*l re oeived Irom tke Kne railway company ia l^"1 waa h.uij'U hatuleii to ha to haul to a lawryer named l.Httle to pay tor aervicea renlernl. Madden wa* not a Senator then. He ha 1 l|?to then aial atterward^ rendered the conij?Aiiy a? r vicca. hao hhIi-h tbein all lie i*oukl. a* be wa? in tavor ol Goul?iVmanan<-meat. Sain Ki, when be ?? a candidate tor M-uator. Mr. trounl sent liiin M.(M> to aid in defraying h - election ea peiixes. He m< the motn v lor that lurno-c. and BKwe.too. Tlieae two miiw- were all the moiicv he ever lecei veil from tlie company; an<t nince'ke ha- been a aaeiuher af tlie acwata be haniever rect i\ed a cent from an> ^arcewbat evcr. Tke Virginia KepHklleaa Mate lai tealloa. Nrw Vi'P.K. April 11.?A Richtoon'l ?a -pat.-h Niya the >'irfrtnia repitblleaa Mate committei vrcvtenlay iwunt a call tor a -'ate convention. ?Inly ootk.at Lyiickkiitt. The report Uiat Itobert K. 1-oe. jr., ? to lie the conservative candidale for ti jvvrnor it nn lounded. I'rewket* la tke Weal. Cix? !KNATI,U.,U?A ?|>oe.ai .io.|.*' li etate* Ibat the river af Meiuphi- i? now within two feet of the la?>t overflow, and Is ritirig an lath an hour. Fears are entertained ol a aeriou overffowr below. Tbe Arkaaaaa deer baa risen twiity-lKe leet. Three pier* of ttie < i r? an.| Fultoii railroail bridge at Little Ko k weri a t.-Ltil away nit(l>t before last, lo? feJii.SOU. E? keaatar t^attell. r itiLADKt.r hi a. April II?Ks-aenaror '.'s^tell lett lor New Vork this morning He will sail for 1.urope to-morrow :o enter u|K?ii L - iluti* - as tiriancial agent oi the government. A par'x ol frieads accompanied bim, and will eiahark on an excursion Uowu tbe bay as far a* Sand r Houk. ? a ? Ml Iaa4 Huge, Ko?a?AU. N- V., April 11?Dwring la-t night a land slide occurred at the south end ot Hosot dale bridge, oil *k? Walkill Valie\ road. carr\ing away fke :r- -tie woik front w it inn ten lett of tke dei>ot of tke bridge. Tbe s'ide at tl,. Miction with the bridge i? verv li gh .m l trait 1 will be shut oil lor a Month at leart. a Hi'STOK, Apnl 11.?Tbe MaasarhuseUi- Segia latne committee on towns has reaarted bill* u>r atinexing \\>-i Koxbarv, Brooktvne, Brighton and Ckarlestosra to Bokon, i>mhject to ratification by a majority sat* at tbe city an<l town. Tlie annexation ma??tail w 11 ad<l about 45,6W to tbe population af i ? K?w Vou, Auril Ik I ?ays: Private aiviees from 1 that Are Monitors there are belag renaired aa4 1 ready for aerviee. bekdes elila there are STr. otter naiillsrs sal eight gnnboav* ready. If ?Hth tbe It is believed tak ha? recent asoveaaoDts af Xiv Y cently arrived there Iroai Ui il on her vayafe and baraefl up ever thirty kar cargo te reach part ? carrv tiotas to So ?-fluting BMuntalas ita

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