Newspaper of Evening Star, April 12, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 12, 1873 Page 1
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VSS. 41?IV-. 6.260. WASHINGTON, D. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1873. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR. foml-hf^ Dally, s?4iyi ciiepui, AT T11E STAR BUILD INK*, p?un|lviu(a a\?ne, fw. litis st.. ni nunc tnffifn ctfptn. g, m. Frtrtdsni. # the itenin'i star la wrrm by mrTtern to u?tr*at<rtt?taatts.%cf nt* r?will,i? FoRTf fr>ri ci>ti p*a C<'p**a at th? eonnt-r Two C*st? mrk. B> n.al'?thra* taoulha, iljo, itba, 93 00; one year, ]9. I TBI WEEELT stak-pnblnf.ed FrMay-?lj1 ? year. It xl' >act,ib b?'j> cufi,tad no w a*nt looker than raid far. 1 of adt<?rtt?hir fnrr.'^bm on *n>m?atjon. AMUSEMENTS. \v tll't^etv opeii t hof?e. john T. FOKD ? Proprietor auil Manager. ertafnient, at very *re?: ?iprii-e, of tl?e worid PEERLESS ol'fi n ??f bcrle^re, *|a* L V ih A THO>IPa.O*. AND HER >1 \m MOTH COM pan V. 1i? kc .i vi'niflc.? liurle?.itie urg-wi nation ia tjc world, FOR ONE w EEK o?l?. w.t,.U? ei'hi T. %?ril >4?bi.ce re.vRD. tw?< iv. ' u-ktmlwnktll. vtedfo-mliv. April m--I t RLINK ?ka>1> MATINEE. satord \Y \T U. an lif arrti 1, cotiim'-in hie *?:uriia?. ?t Ike n-* of ?-? H-u?? A litusoion.%) and tsc.-nt-: Ke-.i-.ed ,?1 ail.) ji m *12 j|t binstcl > A sdthlo. THOV. a i, SPE' ial NOTICE. in r< p i-iian wiili numer iwrntanllto acconi p.?? ri-i tinf .nt nf tlncitr, A GRAN D < omrlnation m \TTNEE a ill h?. pvfn vetsespat AFTERNOON, April 1? h, at 1 a ? i. rk. Farewell joint Appearance of ANTON h. b1s>TEIN\ 11knri w1eniawsk1 A.. 1 til km til' V. itii lit- PNRIV xt.li p 01;. HESTRa reverted seat* to th il.il :?? I* ISCOLI hall. i ie p; LI S farewell sf..? jov IN AMERICA. m. T. k T' k>p tx r--p.ctfilly an 1?.r Far. veil appearance ? ?! tin- rr?-at vii>a? \ :.tu?- , olt BULL in two grand conce rts. widnesdat AVI' TIM R^I'AT etewrv ipill it ibi it ? On ? h;?-h ? crat-i n li will lr>-mi- r tvir ao-iatrd by mi%s?ka/.II LLt kl x:\uv. tul ;ur y? i:n? Am-n m p. ij ia donna S >r ran. mi.mir t kkk rfce | pn' r B in -iw C nii?iii>'. arwi th*-1 miaent ti ani-t an ) Condr r? r, Mr. jos! I'll 12 V R 1 ?r\<k. \ ?'?i ? 1 N 1 a it * fi-r r^"ri**? 1 - w i.irh < ?n i ? obtain- >1 ->t M j. ? - . j; .> ^ .:l ri mni-krin.' april |m|t. tk? cca- '-rl will ...nun# n<v> ?< j? ti ?? til -tin! ri?! i 11 ? ii- e '. ai .11 ? ? C 'lic- rt? i'r? fr. 11, tl ..-l.|.r;i? i 1. .4i..if f . in. k11 ?)" v l ill>t? if. . ; | 1n<<<lnuall. ? on pat ami T?tKSr\y EYENIN<.?, apr il? ts. 1 lik tll'EATEST <???>? EliT (''? MBIV\tl?s "N kliiirit' r .m r iii< i\s ki?l sn?tein: vt wnlamhki! axd Thro. tliomam! w nn 111 niiiwi ro or< iiestit\ > v ?1.\TT performers, ' * ill i,i w n'iiiil'ji.n qult TWO <ibahd c( !fi'ERTS is' ? N o \ v lvkmn... \ i i;i 11, at d'r. '?! . tre^pat EVENING, APRIL I & i?.t j V. >1 *" ? ?' ?:? x ip- ir.?ik ill l( 4NTtl* lil kl n*th>. lit \ k\ wiim *tv?m. t?-? T ii i'll. thiim ;s. u1ti1 III< tvriv > j.|? ult< ije-ti \ R-- 11h 1 mcofuinf 1.. 1 r-% 11'11. >' !? vf -ra:> tobib.f. . - it m .!i?-r :t ? J! .- c u ei NESI'a v april at # <>V!i<rk. i' it (? 1 r-r*?. i7 i \i liniiatim tmeatia ronaui ?? telwrntb atrwr,a?alk !Vt)i.?yitaiimav nuej am'thi i: -tl pkm'otw sensation Till oi>?T\ kch'itv < ombinatio.N wl.ii li i- -? r. 1*; l#il .1 li *^11 ?.j| ,.u ?:?vrl..i-ul a- ? 1 ii ? t ? r. b 1 <.?:<iri;? w thojit's-'v. In t urrtthi ? i m 1 ru s>fu- ?!i 'ii?, "latlp "yaci'P ' -YAtCFt" Ala.-, ft- t:> n s :-????! ii, p f, i'ran, i tiv m 1 * A!* x i! .it 1-1 v iv <t1 !m-print iptl --lie ??al .t in "L ?'.<* L t ," litiu niblo'a o irj :i. r ? \ >-rk, rntitlr.l ti1e captive; <?r. THE i!j rl> <" \ -F. ok EDEN' A l*ri!i: .i,i >f , >;u-'ilar B^ll-t, in t!ir?-i- p' rtih-?il art g -r??-v,:a?. ? r-?-ry. niaKniflc< ntroatui *. ?'?1*1 p' 1 < new BALLET TBOl i'E. r 1^ it <ht..n 'ii.^muju.li v.,' -\ ??. nj- 1 F<<l:T V m AR *kt1> ts tl-* It ?-.! \ :-.ui -. ea?. \ n AND f.t'w \ R r>5> t1 ? char. . *<? li't. < AKRIE LAVA kn .' z i ii^ orifclirn! jllkl ? i*ritil.u LE\ \NT1NE BROTHERS RIRALF) sisters kl RALFY SISTERS' A . n utirr tr-V ni>??'lt> T? '.p 1 ME <;i E m> -t -f?"\v k\ kr in w N ii w l.l'niyi'AY -'i i SATI'RI'\ v. r #t?s?j ua rixhibitian vnfw no _ *h j au<l aalt j 134 tth gt.l at /7th st . mthlkkiter'h, Bo ?ofitb?r -t, t>. r?.-<?!! i> a?ki k <ree:t, eieht r?ab. irtw,| F-l!o?',H.?ll. cb?i(? oil i aintinf, k vravitic*. chr na-?. At* i lar^i 9; ?t > k r?p* r han^niv., \? t i..? pbat.i-h. fu.iir.#, ?raoie.. Picture C r !? ai.,i f.?a "?? 'la fhe diatrict mrilk.ms cash. flean- rt-m-p l- r nam- at .) nrw^-er. jel-j * All kini'?? of cast-off wkarino aT PAKEL v?l. te ? i<l (1 the tery m. act by adur^iiif. r cal.11.* .11 Jl'STil, ?i<? 1? air<mt. urtvaen ??h anj 7tb n. w. ?? teabr mvi pr r alt, nd?si to. caah piud fl3 Oll> o' LP, silvbr, BKAM, copper, brc.. tk.tigtit at fair price* r>r a n?w Tork hwu? h. 'i Furniture b^i.cht ai>i?r>m by ra<iil ?nmptly at;e:d?{ to bj auurmbtbib, lt?9 M'MMI'r rksohts. ^l mbkr board Ti ?-*>sPl rn ii*'i >E. l'-^bnr?. va..i*im?. p-n !? r thf ar?.din.i<l?tiiin ot snnnuer B 'tr.i r* s ? p?ii >? u ill br *r 1 red in the and' aw r|.. make all c.xu r?rt*me |ap3-lbi*| joabutll'>H.fr prv 187*3 spki 1H73 TRIM ?.m?oi S STtH'R. tukimniI s stock, tkimtsi'l l jt >?To< h, tkemkm ol s htim k. tkemkmiol s STOCK. ^pk1n?: ani> si mm kr cloth ing. >PBIN<; AMI m mmek clothimo sl'RINli AND m m m KR CLOTH in?! SPRING a.mp SI MMER CLOTHING spr1no and mmmku CLOTHING, KENS', YOFTHS' ANI) b^s. msn- . YOI li..'' ANI' B< !<. MENS', yoctiis' AND b<?VS, mens . YOITHS' and B<?ys, HENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS, At A. ITRAlk'V At A. STRAl'la, At A. URAlt s. ai A. atrai ?'?: ai A. strat' ve CAJ x AMU StCh ? IAL j A A l> > a. >. ' ? ALL ASU SKK ' *Al L AS 1* S y a ? CALL A A it SKA ' UhKAT HAHHA1.SS U U HAT BARGAINS UKHAT BAKU AIMS UK HAT HA K (i At MS ' oafc.tr BAKtrAlMS ' 1*11 penrstlyania AVER i'm 1*11 fenbstlyamia av lb i k 1911 fkknsylvam1a avemub. j'1!"! hoot from lltb strm-t. 15'^ ^""r fruc' luhstraet. ?>? Third Door froi l|t|, ?tr~-t j." xab1ne the liOLH SPECTACLE. Oat? ??, h u h ampler. ok. Iaa. ?>> o tS ilfot. Brolhead * co . 1*0* F street, l>?i ard l,f?rcaah. at tba iwaeat aiarket price*. Call ai.it amine their at <k. marjl-to DE>*AN-HIP and 1hk ELEMENTS of M g ra h r * R- ARITHMETIC, aul BOOK KEEPING ?*.iuht to in tltidoala ?>r t" daaae*. i.* t*??-?i 3 and ? o"ck<k p. ia . at Prof. yjong'i scbnoi buil4ut?, laib at .jb-'?e-r? i an.1 r. james corridob, te?ch?r. b^" L?h?iii*. carlnritiu*. and P -u Work of ?aeyy deacription, rs<-cntni to crder."\? ap3 lm SPECIAL NOTICES. Fi?' Olii Rye Whi*kv, Fiw (IM Rye Whmky,' Fine Old Rye Whisky, Fine Old Rff Whisky, Jim OH Rye Whisky. Fine OH Rve WiicUv, Fine Old Rve Whisky, 11 una* erf Wirrrmftd IV'ir rca*f{ F-r* Putt fun A mrf V*<ilu':trr:'<t. hr Hcittrm! nnrl MftxftHnt Us*. This it the article we have n?vv n Id 'ot "ipw?rd? ot nv?< years with universal *ati"fa< rV>n pump in ? ts bottle? at One Dllar p< r bottle. or Lanb< hi! iM ant inanlitv. fc^Notire. that w* will return t'^ r- .ney if this Whisky does not git t- satisfaction or jr-ye ax repr ? seated bv m. AW an excellent "tock of Ca!ir,orB*r. Wine-?P ?r'. Sherry, AaxeHra. Muscatel, II *;k tu I 'Mar-1; alsti, R- Uy'b I-land l'.i awh ami irjjv.rr.d Liquors of it I kind*. ARTHCR NA.TTA"NS, Druggist, ahytr Corner at ana D streets n. w . ON THE BREAKFAST. LCK- nEON, DINNER AXP SCPPER T\BLE, i'? A Perrtnn' W*rrp?ler?hlr( Sam e I" 1M)!i?PE*"*BL*. ? JOHN tl NCAN S WNS, N>w York, ?r?t5 2*wly Agents for theCnited States. A Ctrl. A Clergvuan.?hile residing In Soath America, as misaisa*o, discovered a safe and simpl< rem-<t/ for the ecre of Nerv<>u? Weakness, Early Decay, Disease (/ the Urinary and Seminal Organs, auJ the whole train of disorders brwught on by baiicf.it and ?k. it)? k?bit?. Ui*-at numbers have been cured iiy this c<*!le remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the affr.-t'd and nnfortunate, I wi!l send tit* recipe for preparing and n-uig this medicine, in a sea'-d envelope, to any one who needs it. AVff of O!?'*?. Addrvss, JOSEl'H T. INMAN, _ . Station D, Bible H'Use, marg !y N,.w y, r? (Hty BALLS, &c. J,'I>5ST GRAND LEVEE IEFFERSON tMRCLE. No ?, B. I . , H F.I C. A., i *? IA KIN 1 8 H A I L. V. -iroet. I et. fth and W: h N? tV . .MO.MHY Afii Ittli. Ivt. T:i ket-. ( a g- utl- 111:1 n and ladle*,) $ I. It * w-EtOAD AMMl.U BALL, l~ FOR THE TEXEFIT OF THE < UlLDKEN fS llUSIUTVL, AT MASONIC TEMPLE, Tl EM'AY EVENING, ljit: A?u!l.l"*73. TI.e Directors of the Cbililreti'a I' >.pi al li . e n'l . Ti pl< KM:re in aim upcinc that tin r n-I an r. ,| tifell lor the Ih Dfttt ?f tliin deserving charity will 1-e t'i ?? ii m abutc, under th- BMuag: mcut Bitniotl be I-w. li- connect i<>n with this anBonncement, t! ? p.l-tr h-i--ke<l to consider the bron-l *:vi n >t>|- pa p 1 ,r Wl icli the lMitaiHia w ??* establish**!, ti* ? th C tl ?inl atedicnl tr- xtni' nt of all p it Mrcn ?thom iy I ?irk,4:Ke.iM'>l r fnip >rarilv d - ??.!??.I. ? i: h .>it anv distim-rii-n ?arc mi t if ? -ct, r.ir- ,,r cn|'?r. alro tlie gra'uitons 4i>>tribuliou 1 f nr-lk:iii -i to tl.e p .. r. T . kfti nifk' Ik |.-aii?i| fri>M .1 ? . f tliedir'- -- tt- . r t??tv vi-t|. r?, fl'nd at tl> ? prii>>-ipal h f I- n. I tv ? W nil' "?tlry etort ", at the f llnwing pr r> ?, 1 1 cluding i-app-r: Aiian;;ina -ntl< nMiti ai?! lady .? ?> 110 one lajy i..?0 l,F.rKE.-HMEKTS BV ? RITCUETT. CsaXtlTU Of \T ?J ? * i" J Da?!-, Mr?.?fiiTilBi k-Us. M S V Nr. -. firs ft 'iteral I* ?wen. Dr. W. B. Diinkard, Mr?. F. B M< Uuir.-. Bu EriIOM ?'|>M WITTER. Mr. - V. Nil- -, Mr. \ E P. rry, l"r. J ( . ||?' , Dr. Tli- nm* Millt-r. D?. (,. II : t. ;?ij?,, l? . \\ . P. Jolni!<tiHi. l*r. ?r?lti.? T' l-r, Mr ei. II. K niffai iiin. Mr-. A .1. Bi ?'? II, >1 -. J.plge Pasc.il, M -. Marcy, Mi-. C. l?e|Hn M's. Amlr- * ?'oj ^-, M.-.L .l.lii' is, JIi-. !*. > . Nile*, Mr-. 8. II. Raiiniii-11111. _ _ ? Iif ??Atiej Cmuitin. ?' W ?V M Vu 1 ' 1)1 w R- I'iinkard, Mi M W GhIt. Dr. A-hf.rd, Mi- ti- ii'l Kit k<tr?, Mr-. W I*. Wnl.h, 311?. Win. Wall. ?m. J. -. K-df'-rn, Mi?s Fre|inghtiy*en. Ox T < StT-i ami I\V!TAT!OV Mr. S. II Kan fin aun. Dr. \V. W. Juliu-ton M1 . F B. M "tJnire. <?!? Rkfke-iim::\t-. Mr. II Smkeii. l)r. t=. C. Busey. F1 r?OR Ma >iai. kr. I'uljBfl Audenried. A-?t?T/m Floor M ,nai,KH?. Mr. M illuiuC. 11.11, Mr. \V illiam L. Nicoll. Mr..I-bit Da\ is, ^lr (i. O Fr?-lingliij\^ n. Mr. Frank Gilm .re, Mr. J. J. Cli -w, Mr. M. >:ld-> !* -Aerar.c Mr Attli k Ptlm-^r, Mr. F. W . Pi-ur, Mr. Ucorgt M>rns. By A ''Bi-ket will l??- f->nnd n"?r t ho main entr tn-""* i>f 1 lie I-mil room f. r !li>- receptk-ii ot -u<-n contribu l II- ae the charitably-di-p-<se<l may wish to bring or - nd in t r the t? n- fit of tlielitli? tuC rer- on tin vcca?l< it of the ball. ap9 -ltd I !?' P .CIiri n. and St:"-!tv p*tper? cnp\ | LADIES' GOODS. MIM MclORUHK, '0? PENNSVLVANIA AVENl E.Mh ...... STAiWi,) ? II - pen r>n Til I K3DAY, A pxil 4rH. a large and attrariive aasoriiuent of Imp'-rte-J BONNETS AND ItuI'Ml 11 ATS, to which the n?-cial attention of the ladies isr :i--I. a2 tr ?^TAMPI>U DEPOT, #17 Srvkvth Street, bMl tr Opp<Hti?. Patent Offlr*. WKLLIMU orr I _ SELLING OFF! AT COtT. TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSIIIP, the entire stock OF THE NEW YORK BAZAR, 44 1 M>nth ?tr'^t, iit*%r K. D.m7 tr MO HCMHlTG. g LE.>?BEK6 k Uh, Belling oot entire stock of M1LL1KERT AND FANCY GOODS, at and below coat. ?V7 Market Space, between Tth and 8th streets northwest. |MPOBTEB OF Ul'MAN UA1R. GRAND BARGAINS AT MADAME KITH EM'S, ? 19 sireMl, Stom l <Um from O B?nien b?r the name and nnniber. Cheap Carts, 9?ltc te?. Chignons, Btaids, Pel's, Fruxettne. of tua latent styles. Call and see oar uew stock before pur ehaeiin eU- where. de<21-tr ?*? ADIES" L* FRENCH STARCH ENAMEL Is the best article in the *orl.l f -r d mg up Ltnen or Muslin. It "i-P-rts a beautiful glues to the fabric. For sale brail Grocers. BLBh'HAM A CO., Matin fact nr?rt. ISO Wfft Lombard ntr?^ t, J^rl4 It MarrUnd. il.\K.\E??! HARNESS! ft* We b tv. 01, har:d a large st.xk of ail kinds -I Sin gh ami Double Gilt, Covered, Rl BBEK, NICKEL. SILVER MOUNTED HARNESS, of or.r own make, ?Licit we are determined lo sell at \ery low prices. Sole agents for H ill's celebrated CONCORD HARNESS, Of, *!v, h w'. k,aTe * large st -ck at Concord prices. The t oncord Harness and Collars have a reputation all oxer the country for durability and strength, TRl NKS and SATCHELS ia great variety. CEDAR TRl NKS, for protection against Bi >ths. Call and examine stock. 1*1'TZ A BRO? 4?7 Penn. ave., nevt to National Hotel. 1'H* RAPIDITY |ND ?ASI WITH^WHICH ?ethod of operating, which la entirely different from the old -Ume practice of tearing off the lacrowUgtoT sail, or laacinc deea Into thebttnlon,aSlatreesinglr painful met hod, aaa one which obliged the raffentr to go ehoeUas, and MMtlaaea on cratches, for weeks ?asoaahs. aud ?o docU tended to shorten Ufe, at east to sake it far leas sleasaat aad Metal, batW. * lute's operat loss are frequently borne by childrea ?itboat coMiplaint; there is little or ao |tla,n?lM if time, and if none but suitable shoes be worn, the treatment, even ia extreme cat's, affects a perfect enr-; t h< ngb the fe*t being used so constantly Corns WW liable to cowe occasionalty with even the best Sttit'g sh?ies, and iodastrious persons think there la <oni-niT of ttme, comfort, and health in an ooca rt nai 'tsit u the Chiropodist; and it is a well kaowaT ?act that th-naands of persons, many of then th-ee honored |D pnbltc and private life, coma from " ?"d "aru. vt.HDr White's Establishment, to r- WUt* k" psmUsarioa HOSB, warranted to re BMa anaffectHd b) mildew or rot for one year Is i ^tL T ,k7Fp*fh ERD A CO., a^ e<Jt lRi-pA( hroa.] 91<> Pennsyltanfaare. rlMLKRLAND COAL. "*'e,a large onantltr of ClMBIRI AND COAL. G L. SHERIFF, *** rtM. ?t?., bet. M art i* *trv?ti. EVENING STAR. ... ashington News and Gossip. hxrF>'*t Revenue?The rece:pts from thij . source to-day were RiiW.SOft.i!). The President bad a long interview with Secietary Richardson at the Treasury Depart ment to - 'lay. Secretary Roheson, who has been absent | tor the last two week*, telegr ?phcd to-day that ! lie would rc?urn th;? evening. I.irrT. CAnrn\Tin, of the Oth infantry, as sistant qnaitenna?fer U. S. A., now stationed at Fort Sanders, ha ? been detailed to accom pany Professor Hayden's geological expedition through Colorado anil New Mexico. At thk White House.?Senators Cragin a?.d Patterson and ex-Senator Patter-on had interviews with the Pre.-Ulen 1 to-day. A dele gation from Winchester also called and had an "interview. Liei'T. Colonels Transeerred.? At their own request Lit ut. Colonel .lohn P. Hatch, of the 4th cavalry, and Lieut. Colonel John A. C.*rr. of the 3th cavalrv, have exchanged pla-es, ? ol. Hatch-going to the 5th and Col. Carr to the ?4th cavalry. Colored Ke< rvit' for tiif West The superintendent of the mounted recruiting ser vice has been ordered to forward all disposable cclorc.l cavalrv recruit* at St. Louis depot, to Fort ?.i'tson, Indian Territory, for assignment to the 10?h cavalrv. The ? ovetnment ok Ecuador having made application to the Treasury department for permission ?o coin their gold at the Phila-. oelphia mint, the Attorney General decides that the Treasury department'has no authority of law to coin bullion for foreign governments! Ti e Southern Claims Commission yes terday heard the case * of George W. and .Jos eph W. Hose berry, Electra Hayes, Charles Holland. Charles Satlbrd. T. Mason Minclic ? ter and George W. .Joy. all of Prince William county, Virginia, and Rachel C. Travers, of Alexandria county. Persosai?Mr. A. It. Mullett, supervising architect of the Treasury, has returned from his business trip t* the south ami west. - ? ? ? I ?r. C. Cox. of this city, has been tendered tt>*? position of honorary commissioner to the V?- I eniiH exposition by the President. Should accept, his mission will bo In connection with sanitary science. The Postal Car Investigation Evi dence a I'd a-gtn.tcnt on the iiostal-car question before tl.e Senate special comaiittee were finished at New York yesterday, and the com mittee a arced to mottle the matter ata m.setitig to In-heM in tliis city next '1 hursday. During the summer they will go into the general s-iV jectot transportation, and request Inform iMon from all sources regarding commerce and tran sit. Appointment of Assistant Treisuheh. The President yesterday appointed << n. 1C. Hayes to be Assistant Treasurer of the I'riit- d St. ti v at Cincinnati, under the act of M ir h M. fC .. creating that office. Tin" niminntion ot (.??]!. i I a ves w as.M'iit to the Senate ; i?t h ?!?> ? the adjournm -nt of that l?odv, t?-ir wa- not acted upon, though ;t was understood that there w i iiu objection to him. ?? ? ? . ? (ioi'tD He for it the Erik InvkstikatiVi. Comy,ittie.?? lay Gould appeared before t ie Erie investigating committee in New York I i-t night, and tei-iilied that he was not aware any money had been paid Tweed, or that Tw > d was employed as a lawyer by the Krie comp in v. He ad mitt. li that large -ums were spent f? > de fray ? lection expemes ot members of the leg;s. lature. Some of it was sent out through Sen ior Madden. Money was appH'd in marly every t enatorial district in the state. Could not five the names of any legislators lie assi>..4. Remembered no payment other than tho e f> Barber. Much was charged on too books |,?r legal expenses that went for other purpo- *. This he t-alled the India rubber fund, Gould w as very cautious, and little definite informa tion was obtainrd. The Carmst Beptlse at Puiucerdv? H-a lrrd of Ibe fi>%irgrri Ki'ltil k,?1 ll'? uhJuJ?IH.?patclics from Puigeerda, dl'ed noon yesterday. say: "Alter the failure of th-lr final attack last night the entire Orlist force withdrew before daylight, leaving three h ;u drrd d? ad at.d wounded on the li-.dd. We lost Hght killed and iiave many wounded. Five houfes were tired by the enemy's shells and de stroyed. Precautions have been taken against a renewal of the siege." Ow ing to interruption of trains by the iiu-ir gents the Spanish government has granted a fenjjorary concession authorizing a line of steamers from Santamler to Bayonne, tor transportation of passengers to and Irom Fiance. The Proi'o?ei> Lease or riiE Northern Central B\ilroai> to the Pennhylva ma Central? The meeting of some of the stock holders in the Northern (Antral railway, yes terday. developed that the opposition to the proposed lease to the Pennsylvania Central lianas ii|<ou the question of money rather than ii|?on any insuperatde objection to the project. The meeting was called to strengthen the pend ing injunction against the lease, but it ?e -ns that it will l?e likely to be withdrawn if Mr. Scott often six per cent, or more for the 1 - i.se. A committee was appointed to consider and consult uj>on the views of stockholder^, and make a report to another meeting. Miss Dianth'a Levtitt, a milliner iu Wau kesha, Wis., has just recovered ?4,000 from Mori is Cutler, a wealthy widower, who had won her heart and then'basely deserted her, after promising marriage. Cutler is til; Diau t ia is :H. she claimed A.VMJOO damages, but the jury put her oil with less than one-tenth of that sum, notwithstanding that in one of her letters to the defendant, produced during the trial, she declared that he had caused her to shed enough tears to run a small-sized grist mill. IRREGULARITIES IN THE MlCUH.AN 1. VNI> Office?An Associated Press dispatch >ays: An examination of affairs of the state laud office of Michigan under the management of ex-Commissioner Edmonds, discloses the fact that he has sold lands that did not belong to the state to the amount of I'J.wf acres. The land was sold at nominal rales, and belonged to the I'nited States, to the Chicago and Northwest cm railroad, and to private individuals. Patience Ceased to be a Virtue The |wace commissioners are disgusted with the Modocs, and hare returned to camp. There m ro hope for peace. Kiddle's squaw was sent yesterday to hare one more talk, which w II brohablv Ik- the last. The Modocs insist upon uavitig Hot Creek and Cottonwood. The troops are exacting orders to march on the lava beds at any moment. New Foundland Accepts tui Treaty A letter from Newfoundland to the New York Evening PoM, dated April 1, says the House of Assembly has agreed by an overwhelming ma jority to accept the provisions of the treaty of Washington which hare reference to Newfound land. Only four out of a house of thirty mem bers voted 'against the ratification of the trea ty, aud they did so oil technical grounds. Tiie Mormon Mission to Arizona?It is known that Brigham Yoking will resign the presidencv of the I'tah Central and Southern railroad, and accompany the missionary com pany to Arizona. The company will be large, as they are intended to l?e employed in building the Southern Pacific railroad. Emigration will be promoted in order to increase the mission, aud the |>olitical control of Arizona U looked to. A Domestic Tragedy in San Francisco. In San Francisco yesterday morning. John Kennedy at'tmpteJ to muKler bis wife and daughter. He attacked them wttft an axe and inflicted tertbie wounds on his wife. He then fastened a rope about bis own neck and jumped out through a window of the second story of his house aud hanged himself. i^Tliere has been a revolution In Panama in favor of ex-President Corrcs?o. President Vicia is a prisoner. ?7~A Mb..orrl be'dsra sans mere! recently burned off her lover's whukers because titeir i ? olor did rot match that or her best dr *s?. MTMia S. K. Baymond declines to be a can didate for member of the board of educ.tfio'i in Blooniington. [Tlds is the new style of thiug in the Illinois papers.) - VK will made by a citizen of A men ia. who died thirteen y^ars ai.'o. lias jn?t Wen discover ed, much to the dugost of those amonj w'lOm the prfli>erly was divided. ?7* Mr. -doel ft bcrts, of Winchester, Pa., coming down stairs tUeotber morning, smiu'ded over Hie charted Itaiy of bis daughter. By her , side la/ a Lrokcn kvrwsvae Uuty. FISH CULTURE. THE DEC BEASE OF FOOD FISDES. THE rtlNE AMD REMEDY. HA I,MO * IM THE POTOMAC. A Tnlk wttli Prof, lltlrd ?hf Ciovcrn mrH( <?mnilwiion<'r ? Nome, thins Abonf the Work He it Sow Engaged In. Etc.. Etc. The subject of the decrea?e of food on the sea-coa-t ami in the lake* of the United States ha* received some attention by Congres*. and two small appropriation# have been male to prosecute the necessary investigation into the causes thereof. and to restock the river*, if practicable. The work ha> made good progress, ami several ini|>ortant experiment* have been carried out, which prove that the propajat o i of food lichen of various species can be prose cuted su ?ce>.-i'ully, thus yielding a great anwunt of wholesome food, besides the pecuniary value ot the trade; ai.d furii-sblng a large nniu.?er ?: men and bovs with profitable occupation. l >i?Ur ttt jalat reeolntton of Con|ren ?? Februa-v 9th,'l-H, introdue-d !>v Mr. Pawi'v of Massachu-et*.*, Prote- lr Siieii-er F. Baird, the Ass.?tan: Secretary of the "smith.~oni.in In stitution. v.as appointed Government ri-.i Commi-slnner by tlie President, and that gen tleman h.. entered upon hi.- t .-!?> with ma h zeal. The decrease of SHAD ASP HERK1NU IN T il E POTOMAC ami other rivers on the Atlantic coast w one of thet',rst subjects which icceived the atten tion of Prof. Baird, and his investigations re -ulUd in conclusive evideiicc that thesnjipU ean be renewed; and he is now actively enga^' d 111 preparations to re-tock these rivers Un- sca-on. Mr. Setli Green, the noted fi-li cultui ist, ha lieeii called to tlie assistance of Prof, Baird, and he will lie here ne*t week on his war south to begin work. He will start at some river n Georgia and will collect h s ipply oi sh ul ov i which he will begin to hatch oy the arlifc ? tl process. and work his way north, securing t're-b -pawn as he conn , and placing it to hatch i.i the various rivers on his route, reaching here tron the first to the t-ntli of.fune, when he w.;i immediately proceed to restock tlie Potom.ie. It Is well known that the shad seeks to return to the place ot birth to spawn, and when oiuv put in at the h? adwatcr* of a riverthevare -are to return to that locality after reaching m t turitv to deposit the spawn. A-an illpstra' on of this fact it in y he -t it.-.l tl ?t if three rive* are . elected, all Vmptyin; into the same l>o.! v ot water, and tlie young shad p'ac 1 In the 11. -t and third, but not"in tlie middle one, they will when grown, return to the river- where tin v were fr-t placed, but not one will axend ' l : middle river. C.M'SKS OK T'lK HE* RVA^E. One great cause of tlie decrease ot tood 11?ti* ?, and especially in tlie Potomac, Is tuat ''ie li-li is not given a chance to spawn ou accoun' the Seines, gill nets. traps, which cv'i the river. 1 he-e oo.-tnietioim prevent prop-T iBipregt.iiton or de|>csit of the spawn, ami t !i? result is that mo.-t of it is expelled in soiu- . n I itpt r plpce li i it-propagation ami i?devo>:red by other li.-b. The obstruct ion- do rot tarn tiie fish back, as generally auppo-ed, because 1 ?? desire to dejHiMt the spaw ii overcomes the ? couragt nietit oiiered I? v the obstructions, ai.d the ti-li i^rsist in their etlorts to get up until they arc taken by the nets or a- is oiVn the ea.-e I lie period to deposit the spawn co:u s lore the ti-li reaches the |>roj>er locality, and the spawn is lost as above stated, < >ne tli iry lor 'lie SCARCITY OP FIIAVi AND HERRING IN THE I'll TOM AC is that the clearing and cultivation oi Llie land (?ordering on it? uni er waters has served to make the water muddy and impure. This probaldy an erroneous idea, however; the great can.-e of deirc.. e being the obsiruction- ot tered hy tlie nets, as ahove noted. Proie?or Baird is of the opinion that laws should lie en acted prohibiting any en ?'li s'ter the l.?t ol .June, ami such lawn should be-trieiiy cul'or'- 1 Hep?I see it seated ''i a letter of yo irs, Pio fc--or, thatthe waters o;'the I'nired States .-in be made to J kid more t'o< I, acre lor acre, than the laud. Piof. Baird ?>b, vet; wnter is more proluc I tive ? ere for acre. When \ou coni'- to -u h t.-h I as the herring ami shad the product is en u I mors. For instance, t:<ke the yield of one h'in I died acres of 'and bordering on the lower l*o I timac, and the neighboring one hundre?l acre I of water, and \oti wi'l lind that the products ol I the water will -ulisi.-t many more persons tli in I that ol tlie land. And vou see we are not re fu r I ed to feed the tisli, therefore the care ueede.'i to I secure the pro?luetso*' the water is not as great I as that of the I ami. SupjiOf-e the shad should | come up n the abundance row they did fifty or I a biilidr d years ago, where would they get I their ford*.' 'I lievcame up then in a solid iua-p. | sud will no douh?. do so again. This shows that I ,"iey do not get their lood supply from the

I river. I Rep.?There is a movement on foot, Prof' ? I sor. to stablish large cotton ami woolen in wi | ulaetoriesat the Great Falls; now whmt etb-et I will those establishments have on tiie ti-h'.' I Won't the dve-stutl" ami debris -.11 them or I drive them ori ? Prof. B iili.no; I anticipate no such trouble I with the shad and herring. THE IlLAi'K IS A.-ft I may probably lie driven out or killed, but the I mills would not hurt the other fish the short I time,they stay here to spawn, unless it should be I by .lams across the river, which the tl- mid I not a?cemd, but these dams could be o\lt one I byfi-hwavs. If we ca i ojien tho upper I'oto I mac tJ shad and herriug we shall have plenty I hereaitcr. Hep The upper Potomac ran be opom-d to I thi m by tisb-ways at the l.ittle and tireat I Falls. Prof. B.?I don't know. I am going up there I in a .ew days to make an examination, arid il I I find these ways arc necessary 1 w ill try to liave I iliem ?rected. Uep But few sl.? I gfi al>ove the Litt'e Fails I now. and those when the river is very high. Prof. B Yes. There are but few sh: I above I the Litt*e Falls I bel'eve. If we can open the I upper Potomi'c to theni we shall have a supply I plentiful enough to allow a seine every -(Barter I of a mile on the river. Prof. Baiitt then spoke of the success which I ha? attended shad culture in the Connecticut I snd Hudson rivers, a* the most satii>tactory evi ? deuce of artificial culture. A few years ago I in the Connecticut river the shad became so I scarce that they were worth from r-? cents to *1 I each in the New York markets. The artificial I piocess of hatching w as commenced about live I years ago, w hen half a million of young ti.-U I were put in the river, and the number increased I every year until HC2, w ben I MMtlY-ONB MILUimS OF TOIXO PHVO I were nut in. In IK 1, the f rat year that it was I expectcd ai. increased supply of fish could be I taken irom the eggs put in three years before, I there was an immense number of shad caught, I ami in 1?2 they were a perfect drug, being -o I plentiful as not to bring more than >iS a hun I dred in some instauces. People were not pre I pared for the increase, and, therefore, the catch I was not utilized as much as it might have been. I This year there will probably be enough taken I to supply one quarter of the United States. HAi.no w, I now the most costly fish and most sought after, I economically u Uss important than thesh-td and I herring, as these are more widely distribute, I multiply faster, ami ol course furnish a greater I amount of food. I.ast vear the appropriation I made by Congress did not liecome available un I til after the 1st of July, which was too late to do I much towards batching shad. It was in tim*?, I however, tor the salmon, and Prof. Ca rd, I after a consultation with prominent fish cult' - I 1st*, determined to get a supply of egg* I iron Europe, as well as from our I eastern rivers, for the Interior water, and to I transport the Sacramento salmon to som? ol I our southern rivers on the east side. Half a I million eggs were, therefore, engaged from a I German establishment on the Rhine, ard tlie I Dei man government presented quarter of a I million from its establishment on the same I river. An establishment was started o-i the I Penobscot river, in Maine, for the purple of I securing the fish as they came op the i iver, I penning them up till October when they I spawned, and from five to si* bund re l * -re I captured. A gentleman was also sent out to I Califorrla to secure a supply of salmon in 1 chc Sacramento river to be Introduced on this I side in the more aoathera rivers. The ea-Cern I and European Sainton require a tamper itiire of I not more than or &>; bat the Ca'itarnia I salmon thrive comfortably in water wli*ve tho I thermometer stands from too- to UJ' in the I -hade lor three months m the year. Tfcjae are I the J SALXOI FOR THE POTOHAC, ' I into which river they will He introduced in the I conrse of a year* On account of being n^iain | r?r?t? to to Ume, ?toaf?D(aca; y> California was rather late last year to secure a fall snprly of egg*. and beanies sorae 'roub'e w at- f xjw'rieuceal in finding the spawn:ng local ity, how to pack an<l transport the eg**. At At?>ut 11* o?*? eggsonlv were secureai, and they wire sent to the establishment ot L?r. Slack, ii. Ntw .Jersey, where seven or eight thousand were successfully hatehcai, and turned oat to b? tine vigorous young tish. They were put in th. -Snsajuehanna at Harrisbnrg. Had the eflort t -'obtain the e-feifs in 1'alifornia last year been ? jc cessful, it was the intention of f*rof. Datrd t?> put a quarter of a million of young -almon in the Potomac. All the arrangeto necur. at lea?t three million* of egg" next fall have !>-?? ti made, and next spring we will have that tine fish introduced here. The Sacramento salmon is much larger than The eastern or European salmon, souietimes attaining a weight of ?vi or TO pound"; bnt the flavor is not considered ? fnc a.? the "mailer or eastern salmon. It he had the reputation of not rising to a fly, an 1 tiiereiore aflorded no particular STOUT TO THE AVHLH. This a great mistake, as in the headwaters of (he Sacramento river they take the fly readily and a fiord rare sjaort. These salmon will hare nod fticulty in making their way up'.aoth tin Little and G.(at Fall*. a? they can jump at 1 st t 11 teel perpendicularly. The spawn secured in Germany did not turn out very Mtcce.-siully. owing to tlie difficulty in packing it for transportation. The hoi weaUn r in Germany was n^init a successful hatch, a it requires a t< luperatnre of 4o to keep tli< ur both while hatching anal tr.tii?|M>rtiii*l)ie vo iiw tish. The agent.*ent to Kurope, could not sec-re i-e enough in Bremen to ke>'p the lion* in which they were tra?s?i<orte<l lo this conntrv it that t. nij>eraliire. and the re-ult was that m ur of the eggs IHKO OJi T''K WAV. ?hi'" iK>i*ovlng the pa. king and kil'-ngtLe olher Out of the T eggsonlxr about ">.?*hi vigorous young lish were seenreal, ami the* were a!s > -? rt to the establishment of I?r. Slaek, in N ?* ?ltis< y. Prof, liaird. however, is proiui: >1 . renewal ot the entire three-quarters ut a mill"n in Germany without co>t. At'lie establishm ir on the Peimbscot, in Maine. the Latching ex l?er:uicnt was a snccf-s. ami at least one and nslf million of young ti-li were hatched an-: alistr'hutcd in various rivers in Maine, Ne-v Hamj >hire, Vermont, Massachu-ett?, Uh<?l< Mai.tl,? onnee'ticut, New York, Pennsylvania. Illinois, Wisconsin, and the lak? s. It calou lated that not more than l<*).i-noout of this o:e nnd a half million will come to maturity, but the plan is to ke< p up the artificial propaga' >n tint ii it ir know n t ha-yirhl increase-. No toivl - lieeev-arytsfttnmmM culture of the lis'.-. as there is no evidetice that tliev come mi tresli w a tor fur :? nv other purposethan to >;?>? -vu Thi.-coi clusioii I'rol. I? iird has reaehed^i: I i careful examination of the question. Kep ? 'low is it. Profe?or. th it a -.I'nion w take tlit: th when thrown !>y the an0 .r, .1 th. . do not ft til in fresh water'.' 1'iOi. 15.?Wed, tin v di> not take it liecvi tlo v are liiitigiy, L<it it seeuis to be Mini th ? i ot llie >.iin< -1 . :'?t I'i ant; p itl y that a bull 1.? > . ie>r a red .shawl, lie munift st-a <!i.->poiition to "<??? K??i: IT." I have examined the .-.toni i ' - ?>?' rii !?? i^t >:.e hui drcd ri\er -aimon. and n ? ? i ? <;t:i I. by ' most cartful micrttscopi" - ir '-.'tie of a -mall lif-li or tue w ing of an iu- i nev ronie into the river> trom the ? a. t ,t. i:nl ? r lean. Tliev are miserab'.'-1-oi-i:.^ obj t.-t!i with their twxiies coven d with -?n *. Prof. Hainl then siioke at some length i lit- hahitsauti food of the salm^m.aiKiexprt^ the opinion that they will live in >*ur great . ? as well as in the sea, as ttiev do no: re-piir - ,i; watir, '-lit a large body oi' col<i water, s ic'- i is atiordi d by the lakes. Their food eon-- - principally ot minute crustaceans, which found in the lakes as well as in theses. T Sacramento -almon will not be used I'urt- i -tnitli th;sn the James river, of Virginia, as t'n climate is too warm for them sontti of that : eality. The salmon, shad, aad herring are t'-.c only "fish worth rational care, although th-re ate plentyof other sp< eies ot ti~I? veryalesii *. but vet not to l?e made protitatjle as'tood :i for the masses. THK BLACK RA33 of the Potomac, nil* of the gaiucst ami n delickui" fish taken, a ford" excellent sj ir; io tlie angler, but it> cultivation as a fcod iidi would liaitiiv l?e profltahle. For the sout^ rivers. Prof. Hainl thinks al-out all be e-au ?! ?i to re.-toek them with shad and be.rin^, and gt ntleuian is n.?u in that section to inquire i; : j tha- exact condition oi the ti*hc<Ie?, with flic view of beginning the work of artificial ha<ch ing where they are .--c ireest. The grea' oU-* JtcUtt point i? to g'-t the >ir' I W > the rivei - I the MMwi|>pi valley. In several of the.-^ riveis they have b u iiitrtdnced with ?-uC( '-s. but in noue have they run up -(?ontaueo ;slv. 'I ha* appropriation this yt ai lorth ' propagarl-in of foot! lishi s if al out and lh;swi ? .?? expt litleal in r< st Jeking the riyeis with sa.ni >a ami shad. As to the rr.oragatiox of HEnr.iv*;, some attention will be pajal to it herea, >er. i" i y are now being successtullyraised in some o: the New Kngland states, and Prof. Runt think- Ue will have no difficulty in supplying all r:v< r? formerly o< cupieal by them. Thdninltip i tlaui of l<oth shad and herring in the 'siTm water.-is practicable*, but when tlK-v go ;?? - -a neither returns until the age ot maturi'v* reacha d and they are reaaly to spaw n. Tin Po tomac herring are far superior to the cp ? ; known as il ep -? a herring, but are so much ?ii with us that we hardly appreciate their v.a! le. At Idstthe whole matter ot ti -U culture w,t .iii experiment, but little being known be\om! the general principles of nat!ir:il h'"tor\ >?- t . the habits of our univortaut t'oo<l tish. an 1 wt were very deficient in statistics, and the (? ? a> trouble has been to get reliable d.*ta; but u.iw much lias been gained by experiment.-, tui Prof. Baiid utilizes every demonstration m ?.le. He do.s not ask for a larger appropriation ti.au he a-an usti successfully, and thinks hecaucarry on the woik very satisfactorily this v.-ar with the amount above named, tyiiite a large num ber of shad eggs will be obtained from the Ct>n necticut river thi# >ea?on, and they will be u-e.1 to sto k the western waters. Several htiu.lrcal tl.ou-and young shaal were put in the ha?ad waters of the Mississippi riv r la>t year, the appropriation becoming available .iu?t in time to seci re some for that secfon. Most of th? work la"t year was merely i>rcl:ininarv, but now it will be followed up with go>t effect. How Thkt Gkt <Jveu It?An A t**1 T.-in.? o tii/n in Wall St,;*-'?The threatening in 1 et m> nt of persons lendine ino tey en Wall street at I'Mirious rates is devclopir.g new capabilities in the enterprisiug bo: rowers anal len lers. Seva ral of the latter are making restitution of their unlawful gains, ami mair of the former have alis ov. r< u a method liy which they can get a't the money they want at I twiul interest. This '* the way it works: Mr. Brown?Sav. .Tones. I'll l??t you "-'J vou won't lend me spi.ajco for two days a't 7 per cent, pet annum. M r. .loues (stroking hi" mr. tr. he and miisin^ ? I'll take tha! b. t. I'll lend vou the ?10,900. Mr. IJrown?J.ost agsin, by Jove". Here's the #f0. N. B?Fiftv alollars is evactlv the interest on *in,nofi tor two days at ? per cent .V. 1'. An aokii <jkxtlkman in Kansas City, M>., received a letter from agents of one of the "win ailing lottery schemes, siting that by sending ? lo he would receive a gift off J".<K>0. The old gentleman replieal that it w a* unnecessary tor him to serial the *10, a" they could dcaiuct that amount from the He aableal that he would be satisfied to allr>w them ? ?.S tor their trouble, and that if they would send him >-'4,9*21 he would call it square. Where is Tweed??The sergeant-at-arms of the New York legislature arrived iu New Vork city yesterday to arrest .lay Gould, William M. Tweed and J. B. Dutcher, charged with con tempt in not {appearing before the investigating committee when summoned. Tweed could not be found. ?1 1 The Struck of the Qah Max iu New Vork has resulted disastrously to the strikers. A full supply oj gas was let on vesterday at u?oi? The strikers are applying fbr work the o'd rates, but their places are now fiH.'d, and thev will be lucky if they get Uifin again. Thk pistol as a plaything for pretty prattlers in the nursery has caused another surgical case in Trenton,Ohio,where a little boy, aged eleven, phot hto cousin, aged fix, with' whom be "playing robber,,T with a navy revolver con siderately Jeit where the children could amuse the mselves with It. Coetokal FirmsB xest doeui't go down in ssme English schools. ? (choolmaster tried his cane on one of his pupils in South Stafl'cnl re cently, for which he was fined ten pounds and costs and ordered to the cells until the money should "be paid. ' Fratoi< idi:?At a Holland settlement, near Chicago, Thursday night, a family of Germans ? dUlcuUy which molt ed In the murder of a younger swa by mi elder. Th? Pope is suffering from rhanaatte fhver and ulceration.oi the Hi* Ulnew is extremely TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB. This Afternoons Dl?patche?. A SSQClATKb I'UkSS REPORTS. I>.??? l.uropv 1 ?*.?!?>. "Elliot t ILI.NEf ??K THE r?ifE. I.omh.s. April It-DiMlcan from lioine rep.e 4 it? the illm--s of the Po)?e ?? serious, Ihr Iro? which he in suffering. beug rhcu uUic iifver, ?r.'oa|iiiiitil by an uWrth'il "n Th i sday lis condition wa* the cause of much anxie.yat the Vatican. The umalE.. U r s< i , j,e> in the Catholic churches throne h oat Knf" ai?l will 1* curtailed in cotneojeafe oi the sci.lf* of the Holy Father. D1NNKR r.T MIK'?TEK BAMItofT. n*KLIir, April IS?Hon. lieorge Uramrol? ?J1"**"'. ve*t-rdav ente-ta I *t ?hn?*-r Herr L.i>k<r. a lueiuln'r of r&?#? I'ru* s.an iliet, ?bo at the la?t #i>*nin ot ,gin*ti'<i tin laouirv into the allegedcorruption iU procur: i. railway couce<?ie*ns. iieath nr untinoiv. Pa i; -s, April li? Marc tiirvdii died tad ? tenly vesterdav. His disease was apoplexy. Rti i.ii \i ri:oTE< riN.i her rmaunii. I>K| April 11-TIm koyittiiu-it In. stationed * naval vw*l *t 1(, ,,r,.N ,,i; FnglWb listing ve-~?l? from encroachm* - yotid the pre crt 'iHi lim'ts. VAKL1S1 AUOIXT or THKIIt IJI . Rl v r ptl >M ri ii.. t.K:* v. ?A?lis !i from Perpifinii r.-treate.l from felore pj tenia in consequence Of the a..\a!of thr column* oi Spanish troops to rthifurco the .- tr nsonotthe town. The l'arli?L? ih?ui?*lvea tell a.littiTeiit ?torv. Thev ?y they alvandon, t tlieattackai..| withdrew 1*vam-.- tl?v woi'i iM?t fi^ht on i.ornl Fridav Tb-v al j ,ute r?? at they tub ml to return ami renew the attaol Don Carlo- arriv I in Perpirntu l.. fi.r- th. attack on Pu:g<-< rila ? comuieajed, and th.-re aw aiti <| the u Milt. BATTLE WITH Tl RKISII KMrc.i.T EK? romAnmnnr April \:? \ ,? ,?n? t ? cnrrnl near thin ?iiv vestrnlav betw.-rn ? |V Ot" smugglers and T.irkish rev. n.ie :Ci Several )icr.-4)lu> ?i n kill >1 ami wouti.lcl. ? Kew litrh Soin. "TIE f AKI:?'T Tl) AT M:\ik r<l v - *' M;v York, Apt I IJ?M - I.\ I. )n,?,| who has Uxii lixkdl tiji tiic pA-t week * Mr*. Meye's, in hope ?[,? would It ,rn >o:,t thing ol the (ioodrich murder, lei: ?! i1 . trghf. Mi?. Meyeir 1-out.iniuv to ... rot that never talks.' ? .".KAT?.a* ALLK i n m i:!ikri?. Matthew Morrison, og.-.l "hi. m,, -U j oM . picioii of kiiliiii: Mary Kmcan. i.u the niishi .. Match t^th, die?i la.-t ulcht in Bvlle\-i-* uj Lai. He twice atteinpti J mi: Ml a i it nr* lAPAtmi nt ? N. lU'iilio H:rasaaa, a voting -J*;, u, nt,v . nian ?n.it;. ihi; in the Brookljn P i'vUs.-hwic in-l -imrion. UNWdlm^qr, iiii.j ?.i| i^. h trsiI in tlr?.ciiu?.H>d ceuietery . at his o? n rv i AT A MLKUMI Ol '?A'MIN ' A?t night, Jante* Oonuolly. jiro-i lent ot !'??> siate worktn^iiK n . ; *<*: ? in hi \. maki^ a * ? h* in which he saiti that the f-i.Ki- ha4 on v cotinneiic il. The ^a-men'n t.gani ation l ? wot Iwen iiile, a:..; ? ? il niak- iia I... ? .. the ranks o- the p#l?h.>c'uhh it fftd or , w:?e comiMitte-l i- . . u|,?n th. m. ? eiig^j?e?i ina !? ?.t nut.- ami peaceful i|.-iw >m s'.fHtn.n. within s:. itav*. as will Mir >n?e th.'m " A raslutioti pA'Mil nnaniiaori \ *. \ I'MiPitiifl the action of the emigration ?? . .-h- . i lurnisbing foie ;ucts to take Uie i.u . - vi ci/iUn. * ' I THE HEWy HAtX KTOBM tins iiroraitig chAug< ?l intosnow ain.:i' ,y; . which coliliiiU.-. a..-appear:;.J i-. 'u . . - ? .el (tni'ir. THr.PIXS STATK*' at shows a ilcerea-t hi kunnoi pm |H,.r I ill sjKCie ot *: i.:i; .leiTeas?-',u > . ... <>t ilecreiM* hi ile|*o-its ot s;.; -m |t..l crta e iu le^a! temlersot <>M. ? t. ? Kiilronti l.e^i?|aiM?n iu .%!.-?tut mi. Jh'KTi.oVE V. A! A . April 1. I lie sen je^terday paf-.?1. with ?uiei. luieut. hoi's contiruiing the -ale m theAiahtiui ml' ?t taimoga railroad ! > tin* Ne*v ? irleai-- a i l \ tajitern railroa.1 couipuuy. The ho.,- p. - i With aim nduii-tit. w nate bill retailing aii ? ilor^ed r?ilro;ul i^oiici^, tiithorirmi; the h- if ol thirty years 7 |??r cent, ^tld interent-h^a: straight honds in lieu thereof, at the ra< ,i one tuoiisatHl straight tor four thousau l , dor: M bond*, ami providing that in no ev ?nail the obligaiioun ot the >tate on tins ..? cicifil e.gl.t millions. Th. ^i* hiii ii'tui*')! - be concurred in mtn-li to the r*-?i?ri ot th.- ,? ' whi?s?' liabilities wiil th is b i|\<rea? .l i nearly thirtv Biilllow* to eight on aceoun railroads. The latter bill rel--Aies the -t i* - Upon toads ?crier.dii ni einlors^l '.-n, !- , levies an annual sinkin; ft ml tax on t Uit earu.ngs to | ajr the U.mls at urn u . .. ? lh>Mriieti\e Fire. " vteeso*. >. .1., April ?At ;?V'? . HMiriiing the jute ami heni;. mill m p,^i i ^ Ki'.? hie caught tire, and wa? alni'M rntireK : rtroyxl? lot.s aliout ?7S,(KWt. <??e hatilr.n ,.. ? thirty hands ar- thrown oat oi work. In- irj AFo., *<?v4 mli.- h th^ followinc are in ?>. rn coiupai. t Hi ? mi* ".luUial.ot Xewai k -?i Mechaniis* ami Fainteo'.of Niagara. \ \ ; and Farmers Mutual, oi Pennsylvania, - ,V? eaca: CmumkW EwhaMt, .-i New \ .?rk. ?l.o? : Kxchtnge, ot N-w fork. -.Mm ?. ?>. ra & I radiNinf ?!?'. of Neu Vi?rk, ?l; <; riu in _ Anthracite, of Peiiu-\1vauia. and lnioat o( Philadelphia. <I,.' |0. Feli* M. K-11 nas stal.h *, ail joining the uii I, were de?tro v -.I Ix?-. insurance, m Um SUr. ol New \nrk. 'I he lire orlj;inateil accident ?li > ,n the lr> ing rooni of tlie mill. ? ? * I'righiral l ?ll. P iilaheli mia. April 11'?At Newark. I???! aware, yoterday, lame- Push, son ot |?i. L P. Bush, ot Wiliuuigtou, while trviiii; to i l. Iroin a tellow -tndent. claiu'iere<t to the t >;> ot the college cti|io!a. bv means o: tli** out :d< it ttce work. On ascending a e*oml tuue o i or 'he slats bioke and he fell to the root ,mi thence l< the ground, a distance ot" Bftv-^tue leet. Hia ii iuries are very acrioiu. Hi^rcvJV ery udovbtml. "ox*rt' *M K?e ?l 4uoft?er It??!<?. iNlima. ?Mealco Citr advee tof- h J and PorliriNtas paities h-vtr !, ? a iiowerlul opiKMiuon to the gov.ni ne nt, ami have adroitly Vizeil U|h>u tlie n rln.^dT^"0* Ht the lol !L ?W ? High %? nter. V ATf-WIILE s. v.. Apni l_>._At m .1:, ,t .hi water t:i the Black river at thi? p.T - touchc.1 ihe ighest i-oi..t that h ??ho, ?rea .1 since the .1! nitrous tioo?i in |n.:i. ,1a , ha? Iff ii d-.i e and none is ,MW approh?n.|oTi J tlii* natcr bsving two tet?t. ' TheXtulw BiiHinfwi ?iniuu ton Hi nt. ^i ^<iCK, April U?a lava-Ueil camp .ii? patrh s*v* general Giliem has seat wonl t.. Captain Jaei that he doe* not propel)T-aw m ,rf>- jn Ul,lil ?" takes him and UUtr.I.e Sie M'Xc WUI the supn iuc court, in thia citr to-dav. afTirmeti ^e judjjuMut in the ca.-e o"i Henrv Fn u, h cor vie ted ot murder iu Svracus*. it,,- pre, oci dings have beeu remitted to the c,> iri oi ojn jtiiii terminer ot Onoo*iagH countv. Snom in PkiUdt|i?hi?. ra;umyiUA, A|>ril IZ?it has I,.-en iain as JMRJfi. "now feu thw (hild Barued lw |>e.tb ^.rea"" mV,,";; * "*"? - ???? ?... fif-'r tii ^ ik.W*IIV,,k,4rv' OM Wai Tuaiu toStlslm.'eBtirely dwrti"?y^ by Are. fatal CBt hij ""-..at be cause ne had til stolen irom htm. r?uMu!^ F*r*? h?? been aupomted a? rstantj.ght-honse keeper at Oanklrk, X. V. -*t ** Xew Hampshire murderer, is sentenced to be hanged in February, lmTi. wnaid-be saie'de in Brooklyn trW to Son maU*^*l># by ? ?o* ? rrie ..?^"KetAw.v, fowa, have organised a limited for "early ctaM" this spring. 1 ??2S ? J- tCC) **** Mrs. ?***? prioon every nitrht, before ^^1^ to bn 1 *411 ) 1 fw rv I ao-ild ?orx ti.ii'K' dead in) h -lead ?rj Imrnxl m4<> t * ^ U. r*-ix>lle< i i.?ti dea.i * ?. I Awl rerurrt cUi'H t*od lorbid I Jhi ' >itepictaie Lang* i|*n, my wall Aitonf some favorite bards ul all Firrpl.Bf Hyron tatlr t?iy Bfforr bit favor:I.1 of to-day. Hi? i<orn* are M mildly (rtnd. So |'i<riow!-troB a Mating hr and F eree-darted o?t in?o Ui# ni|tit I la.?h dan oit u? 4iu|' lf?v?i o. ..ght. No sickly aontimen* i? heie. No KuT, w'.:b jjKt *.? Ii;:lc iiar A? he, with dig^r ?e' to t*?' t It. That "twllr*! Mood at !> ?? *pi!t,'* llr *.:ic <>i in ii <>l ><xr Ho hand'c* rdliiif w fh a |luvf. Ho dot * uot k u*k to U ' li.- dceda. Though you o an a< that ln? great hoar? bldti Stock by ki*i mmiW at .1 ,|(r|> vtutig Hy thuii(ktf ol ?lut Itr d.d a h? n young. And wild miuI reck lew car .tig imk llirtkrr r'-ki aibrrol or ?< t^oi. Fti roo. bui bin yontk ?a?, i?n-(>r?d When throng! Pranc *eo ? CoMn-Ustt Ho followed, a* lu? fancy ?c! To tin land ? H'tv Walker i?>* lit ?ilcail AihI buried al>no in tbo burcng ?and, II ? jiave aocttraed U nt lur the hand itflliuUlM *Nfl ?lin U*Ur? Hate ol Ibc di a i man b i od a.one, ? I the friend .to ii> iK>t a-iamed to oarh. I ?ay it I* tm d tubarr ?u? li a 11 lend A? lna<jUiU Millcl |i.i'\i> '??to 1'vUic iuan tial a .i? >liiit Ic*i tig bi I >?? ' rt*4, IH-lioi.oi. and bUtkon, btn memory. Whin Millet i? dead men uia\ -ay in bni V? bo MVfiN Vkllrr, a llli II itki and ? vun Cam- h.ni abii-o bun. In ..)? on him IL . lMagrace. .1 y? a will, lint He ????- a It ?. . j??m% l<Kna.v b"t4b Vi?MTN' TO*, A(nl 7, K ? ?. ?? - - - ??? ?? ? A: I'riM oTai tnkuii-r I here ? ? |?i ? 1*0 tbat tlii'i ittereiit |intil ? in i jo I" ? ? ? h fiirayal ?luirob w.d ha*e an o, .'J i l.liti I,?ltl.|t !<?! tin II t?*|*rt .Tf tli ? Btorc direct v.iy than tb?*v lia>r Im i > ml ucietptore. |i iibogi t'o\r, i< W.. ? Irk. I'loji* * that a o?>ii?tituti??tial . ?? ? llio fhunti riiall iwot l?i?ro Kt>.?i' .. i a<0<>urti Iri'Mi t tue U> lilur, till* i-l.. t. i * tl-e dut\ oi making wiih i liai iii* in i .? Iita ol Ibc **bWt li ?> may be referral |i.?h?|' think* Ilia, the t.nn ba? ? >iu llir .jiu-Mm'Ii ai.etliOT K|<iio*|4r? ?? -ill xtti w an Ai'icl.cau r*>?tn', mt |iii>|4 i -|>ht i?* aiul Kt'OMr a in ?*!-? i > auui^iaaU aL<> arc ???iiii|t in ti" ikd .Ui*. Tlu* ?'???i^i< ?? ? iII Ik* tl ii iuu? h aminaUil JlrriW'HHi.tnr ? 'iiw | iiilaxorvt <lr?>|'| him "??' ?<?'?? l"r??t? ? i tbc naloo ol Ibr < Fiui? li. ?*tb?r* ol ? ti-lilt I I K- Will ?altl (tl I 'lfge Ibo cbii all ??llom llil/iug piroi'. ?nl fie 'I ii!oc ll i ?iuui|'ilOatMM mini |>r-ru^ blabofH, a ill In* iriiitl il ?jl?jii"t> ul \\ li.iti \ ' t <Im iii.^ti lull taa* III* ration? a ! J? .ii j~>i Ian'. ami ?>t t< tii.?iin?ro liitx'iuinaiivwal intercut.? H T?it.pATTryri ?? V. .11 *?'M> nr. . ^1 1 HuiiHtibn o?mnt* . i N. 4 > mart* ??|? n?'?J I ionlay, ium! tin- omra?on*awmrn I : |>riiM-ij>k* aaatui k?i ii.vi?ii^a'.niii in tLi* iki' * a i i< the in'jrro aiitl t b? 11 i*!i lal' ?i' r * at i ? :? tibor# ?'"?! tbe t?i lit> m coini a??l ta .?nty-tl. I*>' >?*|'?o ir'-er. all Ii r?'?i!ti-<l n t fciiln (?ol t'l i III l-ni iii ?i?l tiiut in'(iini'?. * I nmulM-r ot tboao ?Imi ?*M liar^-^ ailL liai li. ^ |ialtu-i|>at(<l in tlie i!?il a. re m?lut<-?l by tk? ? and jvrv at tfcr .Ia?t t? rui ?-i tlie ro.trt, b? ' <in:r? iiitu luiiml il loot' l?i tbe drawing ??i ' tbo tine ki 'Ik ?fco ifltrliMiita ?<-ro al ?immoIk I aiid the primmer* wore lu-M %a wait the iio ul tht |rawl jnry no* *i>t.ii|. Iuea?? ? *iv IimiimI h^hiiiM tbiui lb ' |u ?-?>u i * a * I! ii a ??'i tiial f??i Tucailay n *< ? mci .1 i K? a*leT. N V vrhi?ii ? II a| ik m t' |.r tour i - . ?ihI the 'i "t i ' <" 'i - a ???? . -'-te<l in Um f?ri cath?ii I v t.llclili-t. I.affe li >u ? ? ?! Iimi.ui .i tut in ;:n? K attoi d<-?l tho ?li ??! t'|i- c-:r' v - tfiday. ai' I aimlhei eol?'-n?ii i- i r I. ) ?? Kb*iiit k uIMmk i*'o ontUr ah r. to |* m u ? < iUkIU! b-tllCP. - -V- I*. K 'T I, I 1 fc l?i?i i:kk?in Si i? it* a I: i. * .? ii luineil l.uilnr 1 :irbi> 'on, a^ 'I ? ? i:.t ? i vi 4i>, i<iaiiiuit(4 luic'iil)' mi ii ii i t?'. n liaBiblctMn, Tr?|-i?? .? -u ?. Il<-?' ai?rk;.ig tot Mr.llooigc I'.iulb- i r. ami ? ?? in u i ii tbe tieid during tbe al - i? o ol Mi. I". aial j<?t ? iol I'lio. a .th uhu ll h? tai(p4?' i. M.?. Kmi'Iiki u.-ked Iriu a hat lie ?:m<u *'?> -?? a ith it. tu a h >.b he l?-j>li <1 ' i ?* ueai ni'Hol him l?* a i- iW, i>? t ' ' i ' >? a |- aeli tree. wi?b a aN|>-ki ??t anmi <1 n* k, ieatl. The llnli a *? no War that he La I 1. ? u i <>iiii<ciiiii I'J lall loiwratd to ur< airang i li-'ii. atiel va% iok!.ii-; on hia ?iiei ?, bi?hi i 1^ touching Ibo jjrouini. There * ?- no out ii.'O i>ftiie?li?l ml Miujjgle, aial hi- ?lo*t!? m i->t liato a r? maikchly eu*V o.iO. No ? ilf.?i nt eaiiKO.an Ik- a >i?:im-?I lor -o d. -jn-i-ito ami ikiitMlwd an act on the |?ari ut jroau^ Tar button* llo had liicn MMCa hai Jfumii l' nt ol at- . bh* I 2 l?"eti ImM to ?iv t?i4t no ?im .i~ I kim. mitt "niYiMjr ?(? cwiug ba< k on l? a," hot l*o olie ko-H**ct?'?i tl.it In* a .ik tirt*doi .IOt ol ? jliUHI'lated KUienle ?till 'hm V I.1 J., irotl. |> ThE IliatKAiV It*' '*; *<i 11AK iVi'Ni' TUB Jill H'llMTN III BJ tr* ll iu one recent iiiKtain i-' ho con^re^at ik i>t Met'inliatcburcbo* l.avc Intb oii the |? ? i o? robillion atsainat tho n>'t ?toi> a|>|*OiNt' <1 <o t .? charge ot ihtiu in BecoMams' with ik# itt e rae \ k* ?u iu. but uotte Wave goiit a- tar a? ;he \\ rcii-4. Metboli -t el iroli ol Bri>okl? ? s. \ inch renine" to neeiM tbo n -w | < i ?r Mr Ki in i|?'f>. jn?l .i|'|-'intid br tbe K?Kt oonter^n.-o, claiming to ban a jnuini? trout th<- l i it c'dor to ii|'|wiiii b't. John*. ?iiu ha? l?eei? i.rcacbing -moa tho Je ttl. nt Mr. Iiadb'jr, an-l have docbtod to c'o*o th? ehni h Snudajr ani nottfi Si inilem that be i- ikH viNtiil I lie i4hetal hwirl aavtbai.m the ekeiitoi JukBn' lei. oval, tliey a ill k-I! the chuteh or lu ike t Coiigregalioiml chur- h ul i'. It iarOBMri -l .ni ollier cliurcb ?thriateti rg to adopt a *.iu.iar ooar-e. //. , Hn t.'d 1 In laell ng-hotiB^ ol ?'a|?t. ?lohn Mrlionalil. al ottiitt'K \ K o? l?. iii th>? count*. waaeiitirelv ombmibm-iI b* tn?. torfeiltei atih ila CBBtOBta, on Ik'nlBe* lav oii'luli^ lakh Wrliave not leaned hua llic tiro oi u iuiI. We understand the pro|K-rt- *a? ni?rr4. ij T A Uivinioii ot tin- Son* ot Teiii;>er anoo aar oj-ened at iln ?;t at Kill", in tbi? county, oti halutda* iaat. by l<o<-al l?' |.utjr |ia\ al' II. BobIc. A ti.nii 'iei oi in bi'??-i> > ?bi Koekv:llC diviKioB were (nex-Bt. Tin nea !?* . -Ion i>|?> with 14 tn -iylM ie. Suceo* atteud tin ttt ? Ut "tfiTb t/at ad. TntJiu*NiiiLVN Abouti ^ i'*?t.-l- ? l?* lie veil tbe Ktar* ol tho ?bb iti Arlia^to i * c tlai of mal|*rB<:tiee in ltn?nk u. a* reg u-l-ber rojuited hu*haml. Ik niytbicai. Tb;* JxHlif are Kaid to klaia bel true name and ion- .O'aloe nl hci bi*toi7 . and are actively ? ..rchinj lor tan men thought to be concerned iu tho c i f. Tbe ?niuan> rcCoTory i* |>rolial>'e. Five III jenntn A i tlu ant- n* ore ? Not lei? thBB Are huB?lrod a|?|dii-a?itK i..r *..e lK-Kie|f<d Clio new collector ot eu-tom- iti lia M inore yoKlerday. im iuUins -evetal Im^v jaliolir ot .oiolnl rieu. beaded hy UiMtop \V?v uun. All aero ooBrtMBaly reeelt d bv <>?l Hctor Booth. ami their ai'|>lieatioua rc- e.voil and iirnmiM-d eom>:deratnni. Kmh-ratio*. _A colony ol about tM |?or ?ii!?, men. women and ebildren. from Mary Ian t and Virginia, hut |>riuci|ialv Irom 11 i/em'narn, Md.. ami ? harleMoan aial Martin>huri{. \ a., le't their home* on Weilocmlav of Iaat week, their dcetii>atioii cbifdj lacing Ltucolu co mty, Kai.Ka?. A Hi'A v? I.ALK at NS heeling, Wi at Virginia, TeMerilny all# i noon Idea on a |m rtiun of tbo rool ot the nail warebou*. together aritb mieen>l ol tbe ?alb. thiiieen iBcbea tlnrk. It al?> blew dtiau a |?rtiou ol Kradlvt'? aoolen f*'Uni and proMrated a number ot H*(ra|i|ik |>ole?. An Ambmcab Mia Tier, in F?ri?. hc-eloi*.l aitb an artu-tcot tbe Kolie? l>ra?MI.|um. Uk - ing all bia nionoy with b ui and I ?tin* hia wife aial taochildren in the irrji it <litnaw Tbo Anierlran colony ha* Oiioned a >ubacni <on in hebalt ol the unl??rtunaie lady. ?y A bill to aoll ojfp? bv woighl a aa <? w ed IB tbe ManeaehiiMetta iegi>>atare, ? nlrt .w in -ui h*r? Of the houiw roluig In far* ot Iu V Fifty iBllllon franca wei* i>ai<l ta tier man) on tbe Mb metaut on aocant of the wat lulrwlty. tOTA luanufactorv in Koma wa* OaaUorod by lightning ou Thui?lajr. aud twrty paraona wnre bnrted In tbe rulw. Ave oi wlioia were killed and Mveutcen aounded. |/~A Cincinnati man ha? a double pupil ?? om eve, ro bo can aee well ib the da?-h. M t latelv *a? hia moih^r in law in tiate tohan* o... a cam or ?'SBaH-pov" and lock the door. Wl b. tBabion papora aay the KutMtega? - beg |?nkn. w< biohii the Itabagaa?iatbeiM>|ni iar bounot U>?? ?eaaou. Vou will kuoa it wii -a vou boc it, lor Uie tliu tnroa up all brouihl tike m kbiIoi l.at. ?#~A mac at Fort Wayne, Ind.. dremod b!? well tUod j-oi kilhook in a de|?Moii Uio |al in- . aii*l iound it ?<bw hrt alter, a~ e*M>in> 1/ aiouiid Lad liccu a..aid ot boinf inoted. ' WtMiio i? not ex?- Uv oertan ? ,at tbe pa!.:! cai complexion of tbe iiewlv dornna rw tu tional conrcntiou ia. IhB return* ar> dac iodi/ mixed. WTkt tea wat ao rougu ?*??. rJ -y tttnr h it hit la worh could he 4m* ai Ue ?'fw ? t.10 wrecked Bteoaaer Ailaalic, oB UaiUaa. N? bodica wore reevvaaod. VFtlliiia AlHfhrole, I au or mm bearl Mi? ?a?l0t?-b2rh ABiohT^. at |??Nimo?o, fbM irn.j the mitKcn to the ?*otkt yesterday, r>vV l^

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