Newspaper of Evening Star, April 25, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 25, 1873 Page 1
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il)c 1omiuo jfe V?. 41 ?IS--. 6,271. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY, APRIL *25. IS73. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR. rilH?kH lilly, Sudan tseefM, AT TEX STAB BUILDINGS, reawjlvMla Atmm, e?r. Ulk St., m nnw mi nmnm ?mn, m, m. wwjrxv.v, THE IVKSINO STAB m eerrad by carrier* to Uatr enbcribersat TisCmh fU win,or Pol,,. Fork Cairra r?a wmnm m tne ftonnter Two c**t? ?*ch. Bj mal'-throe noDtka, flAW, Ui month*. #s <M; me year, $I. THE ?hULI r>TAlt-Pnbli?H?d Friday- * lf?v RHit wittiiT ii itTitier, ta Mk c*m. *ii4 bo Mfr ?*n? loner Uuui p?i<: for. i of tt'crtW*!! *jr?'?ba<| ? riANOS, Ac. ? M ?T*V . K: 'IV rti !CTir\L PIASfO 1 k . . : ? ? * . ? r ?l a ??->. T-ii'?r' M.IK CA,(urw*rli (<rroM< for F. C. 1 k'ltf 1 C . Inner f .r Steinway * fooa,1 at I inair>! f I'TANO- :?n.l URIAHS. !C?. 6 32 *T>-r:ae - Ont*nlrft ?l Kwr'n Jawalry rr, fciW Prnn>v|itiil* avenne; 5?im,? Praj s- ,re,corn-r P n-?vh ania m^n'twl 9th ?traet; Kie-iitbal'? *??>I r>li .treet,r?rn?ri?f H. will m?ft with pr>'B 11 attention, and satisfaction g*taran 1^1. ?34ir WTIE FF S fl.\SU8. r.nsnyasei J in ewaetttaaa of !? if and e*c-||en<"e cf rviiah, |nW r r l r r r _ mmi _ ard >W) trrii.- (i I. WILD A BRo. fc.Wj Ak - 4 Jo, .(.liar iu>rt h w<*?t III % I I r. rn?r P- i.iw) h uU trnnf. dwlrti m Pimm* anil Hn-K.il ln?tr>.nieni? ?< neially. Tnnlng ?n?t Repairick". I'oll'hn.jf and Varnishing ??' ' -tft-nr* n. ap!7-tr IWmt ami J P. LI"( AS, 114* 7tb itrmrt a. 1 ? ii/' fn? i and Oriimi. Or iitfiiin ?t T>Wim'?c< ruer 16th si.] a. ?: N k rX a e.; MMl^k Britoi B?*ar' < "as and H"eea ,ci r. 7:h and Pa. ?> P'lt i ad Ht?er inftruta'-ute picked and nro'ed All *< rk gn?rai ?> ~d. mliti lr SLUOMAtJEEB A CO.b PIA S OS, ~7 Philadelphia GREAT BBDCCTIOB 15 PRICES. TbMc lutrnu'iiUlvl):r|i,uB acconut of tbelr n Crl- rKi over a:l ' tt- r?. h??-? t?. * few >enr*_--^^^. c m* !h? moat popular k?r*. as *<.11 as allMBHIB over It" c? urtnr.eau IaJ bow for IIm (gl-"l 1T> tew ink Urw pri SUCARK PIANO* fr .m J378 to t?Te TPHIUUT PIANOS fri.ni *600 to ?<?. GUAM' PI AJ> OS from $ 975 to P> rxii" who * itb t > utc fr n. 3 loo t.. 4 JOQ la por tkwiuf ?be t<st Instrument ,.nt, are lu\ it<d U. call and cocrpare for tb?-Ui??-l*? P.arioa f.>r rent. Piano* **rhac(?-<J Tttll-ir it J B> p ?ir.r sLpr-'perly ?tUiKl<W ?o. CAUL RICHTTR. A?*ut. dW tT 411 PrlilMt|itsU>t?D<M UILLIAM RKABE ?Co.. Bat.t ? .rE, Ma: GRASP. SVil ARJ- AND t'PRIOHT PIAHOB. Tbw in?trnu>?-nrt before tb* pakM fot fi rt> >-ar?, nii<l ufn tbeir eic--ller.ro MIaih?4 au unroixaaord preemiQ?DC'KaBM ?hi:b pr- : >anee? them nn?*jntllt-d far their'H *" Ii li . : cct, ?? rKni*-"lii? ai.il Jarmbilitr. Tbey ta- b??n ?i?*v five g !d *ad aiirer medalf at <1 ff?rent fr?ir? .vifr "her comp?titor?. All of tbeii I AHK PlASuS have tt) v m? *nj tuiprov?j CM?-r'trung tfril* an1 Arr'if'e. WiII^tt *cCaroc^n'a PIANOS and PIANOS ?c? ?i KO ANt fr*j? %m~ iiawi-i' v ? wi, t,.r? ti** f.-r salr ? ?Ir-ci.at RE iril IN BACH'S, dfH ^ P^m f ir?r>nrn. llth ?t*M BANKERS. OTIS blbLLOU. Jc% a b k e r, Mil D 5TKKST, NEAR SEVENTH. r?5'. I?TFl:E*T ON DEPOSITS, makes C'oL 1.1 TU'NS. ati<i fcratwti all bni*inM<? coiin'^' -d ?HklMMf- *p'1; | ? A .N K I N t, |1 O I k t J. II. S?H li lt i' t*H 14 16 rrNNSTLVAJIA AVENUE, VI f - TK M II LA Hli't HOTEL, ashinoton, d. c. * [. r ret-'. ni'??r p-?-.| r 'trpcu's. 1 ! erti"W ftis.'le e?eo'wk?-re. &*? |-i i?*la pitval.'e . r. d-uiaud. P<?y ?'f iSHf) in iHe Ar^.i ntiii'! mnlt.iiir*. a^l-'r J*". UKuDlllAU, ? M r ? h e r , h Vj'J Pi-litA. ave.v Ii 'I. W ithingtut-. D. C. Hp tial rttwttia >i Ten t. -.tufnt wtintl***. li \ it, - ..tteii! i-.ii I ? Ne?i ;t n ?? < fl-reil nt prn--* aliii li v ill pay 1V t 13 P* r ceut. in nn. <ant? ami ?? lei cib' f tiBii-t'-ruit lntir|< ra. Sal--.r<-li*t>l-. p- M allr Hid > n ft. Dii?kii>< itiriu iu ?very rt-?L<-ct F1R>T-d LASS SECl RIT1ES. R.' r? by p^rnii-tii'in to L-*'" Johnson A Co., V a?li:ii?ti-n, D. C.: M K< Ily, l>j., C:??tii>?i NaOi i-'1 >1 tr> r litaa Bark, V *.hinjaoii, I?. C.; B r J M Br"l>i^a<!, S-c.'tid C->ntrolter, Wa?bi!iii t. ii. I* ? K twarilC ?rk.E?i , Architect C.S. Cip H..;. ?? w n. D C. marl7 3--n ?I B* NATIONAL BANK OP TUk REPUKL10 1 it>-ru? rof 7il? and 1) streets,! ?'lk.N tkuM 10 A. M To J P. M 7 1). <11AS BRADLET, Caabler. i ' t K.>IAN AMl.KH AN kAVllttfe BANIt, I 1 N- . tfl? StVSMU SlKKitT, Or*v>i?4 (?? Fust-' Acs itvartment, t.. R h.-tjrs: |> B.tfO ?. Sa'irdays opes in in 0 t b> , it? r?-?-ei\? *iu only. Interest paid oc depart*. Cullectiona ao? ?ach ?!,*? furnished. Jl-liN H1TZ. Pref lert, A EBERLY, V. Pr??t, Ak ?? 5lATTINULk ><..,L E. PHKFTISS.Caab'r io.Ht Tilt, I'Kll 1> MATS SAVI5I6S A NI) I TklST 10?1PAAY. t?ckis| How, N >. 140) PcLnsylranla ktstu*. i rp ?lte the Trea^-riry. PATS SIX PkR CENT. INTEREST. Jnurr'i Bum* ik* lirtt nf En'k Aita't. Pa it rv.lt PER CENT, on l>3?m ? stc j . ? tits from rtiOe of d?p^v?lt. linns Cfti*-a*a ?/ tcarinx ? aud 4 per cut in- re-t. ??* 'nHe anywhere. HAS CHAM II oik it fcs in all large towns %uC Mies .'f the S-ath and Southwest. i>aa* ktmt/,1 a. m. re 4 p. m. Opm tSu'-wla> AixlSatoHay nlahta fr .m 8S to! Cr 'l- ?, totecelvedepoaiteoBly. Call ?> the Bank or s :.J li r a i-.>p; el the Charter and By-laws. ;19 1/ J A* tOOk L *T6~ BANKERS. BET AND SELL PORriON EXCHANGE tnd IM?l E CIBt I LAB LETTERS OP credit tot Trail ers, mtniaAU ut am* pari tk* wortri Oh Drafts on JAV COOEB. McCCLLOCH A CO,, LONDON, ai- Caebed 1b ut ??-t of K.itUIS, Uxilll **d gt ' iLASP, ft** v tkmft. ma; li t ITT kAVnUA BA>k, '' (?-sr 7l* )lr<? su Ldsi'iim nr>UH. PATS 6 PER CENT. LNTEREhT CM DEPOSIT lur? i^et roB.rt.em es fri?B date of depoelta. Dep? -i?? can be oiade and drawn at will. ?>y* tf JABirr. Trearar-r '?'HE LATENT WONPBB ..ftlie U.h c-btnrv i, I the JosBJt, n?w sellms rat dl) ?? STB.M'S', loll Penn-> a?e., near lltn. 'I'HB BAPID1T*"aND BA8? WITHTwHICH 1 COH.Nh are re?R>*ed ax.d the fe?t relieved, If ailing, from Btnl< Bad Nails, Ac., at DR WHITS S Bitab lietimewt, *J4 lit a street, oppoatte the Treaaoxy, la - ei.rpiMing to peraons aaaccnstomed t.? his bettn-d of pr rat i ug, ? U.cU ta entirely different from tne old -lime practWof tearing off flieincrowing toe a%i'. or lat.cing <!*-ep iuto tb^nnni<>n, a distreMuigly rliifnl UM>tU<jd, and one which obliged the snffi-rer p< sti'-eteee, ai.d on crutches, f?r weeks or n. ti ha, and no d nbi te <1-d to stU'rteu life, at leaet r n.ak* tt far leaa al- aaar t atid useful, b'lt Dr. V htte'* operatt- ns are fremnently b- rn^ by cbillren witn o: ei mplaitit; tb-r.- is little or bo pain, no loas cf ttiuo, atid if O'-ne bot suitable ahoea be worn, the trea Bient. even lu extreB.e caaes, eff-cta a perfect cnre,tli c?rh the feet I,-lug oaed?> ronstau'ly Corns ar- liatletocome occasio nally with ??us tb>- beet ?*t:ng ?h.?a, at.d indnstrious peraoua think tlii-n n ?ct'U' sif of time, comfort, aud health In an >>cca ?I'0*1 ?i?tt the Chir"p<list; and it la a wall-known fact that thousands of persons, many of th. a< th ?e Bo st hrnorrd in public and private life, cnif from far and newr to visit Dr. W^'teV B"tabl <' nieot, |<> Ban) of who? Dr. Wbila baa nnsoltclted pennisalon ? refer fS-tr g * L<>T IIING r<>RTHi: JIKKtll AN r.?h l?.>T " / tor, tin- Law* ar. Mi. Scholar Atnl the W. r'<ing ? B .11 sl olBAl lOl I Pfim are . lesr ll h ali I^IIE HEW NATIONAL MARBBT~ f KE?H, SALT and bMOEED MEATS, m al kmuaaiKlif the beat ^nality, lnrni!?h?<?l - ii. the l-e* -tylt^ls ^CAME.POl LTUY. ERl ITS. at?l VEGETABLES, .b tbeir Wk ?. ?- I ^-a: I" k' ? Br d at this Market. ?aifl 1/ B' PT HTATT, 414 11th st. ? \ i EN N A KX1US1T10N. IIHMLAH LETTERS UF I REDIT, laat 19 BT JAY 4 link C fc to. The Circnlar Letter ?s a letter of Intr^nctl m to I ankara ot , harai ter ItrMiinst /?<? irarlJ, ijaatlfy n:g ?hr l-aaie* aod auth .rniii* pavB?enrs to him M |i?,lllt-d t'l tha extent of h>? d'|"alt with US Pall infoimati. il will be furnished upon applica tloa in prraoa or b> letter. 4AT tOOkE * < O., Kaakrr*, Spain WASHINGTON ' CHlhESB TEA HONQ Baa removed to B13 D strsat. Between *th and Tth. north aide TEAS cheaper thaa ever. Mo rent to pay. febUkm L BENJAMIN, l'r prteter 1/BAME LIN A * ? , ' r OrTICIA*S. No 111*47 P*\s?VLVasiA Avutt O- mill e WraTiliaa P^bMa Spe,-ta<-lea j.alt ti '111E MEARhsT^Rol TE t? the > isuna ICipo* I tlou is I'j the ta) ol A H RAl 8', 101 1 P-nn. ate . near 11;b >15 al K #t7iOps, fitiwrml Fiutur hmhalmer, ill. ha* MOVED froas 7th .treat to 4S? ?th straa-t aortawret betaaen D aiel B streets, where 'be - i k.?i"i to rac-ive the liberal patroaag- hither, o bar arts-las" fJ,HB nil be e?tr v FOB BALB BT ALL DBL CM ba had ky the trade at CHA1 CO. B. Bo. ?M Peuaylvaala ave?u_ ^Ti SB MASONS ASD BTILDERST I AtteatioB is railed to the bna BCILDING fcToN'K t-alag Unded at 14>k atrew at,.I other wharva l tropi the araae J T. H HALL. Order* received M ?ll i-r.E'. n, ?. Bai'dinr, or <>b ?-,..ud steam tag Julia, foot of Ui?b street, t> orgeti-wn. ap7 lia* AMUSEMENTS. \v ?rtll.A HOI SIC. Jull.1 T. EOBD ?Proprietor aui Manager. FAREW ELL WEEK OF M LLE MARIE AIMCC. THE OUKKN OF OPERA B'?CFFE. AN'P THE SEW PARISIAN OPERA TROUPE, The m ?t ?nrc"??f?il organi??t!on ?n rer-rd. C. A CHIZZOLA A (.'O .. Directors. MONDAY EVENING, March a-*,* P M . Will tx> pr.xinced, f"i the la?t t ime.OtTe:ihach'? most celebrated opera, LA GRANDE DUCBESSE. TUESDAY, April 519, the new "Bern, and t e ereat Parisian sensa'ion, LESTEnT VIEKG5S Sr?l?nf price*: General tdmMi. n, .?!; n?n>fj ?e t? in i rrV'tr*. f J; re'errol <?ati in hatcjnv, ?*15< family cirri# . 8> private hoxe?. Sal' to commence on FRIDAY, at Ellis' >1 idc S ore. nSt w A I I N OPERA HOUSE. FOCB NIGHTS AND MATIN EE. Cob ui-ucjTi^ \\El>NE>I^Y, April 513. GRANT? MATINEE S.ATl R!?AY AFTERNOON. IAl WAG.MR * AllNsrBELs, ?.?w J II HAVERLY, M iiiih.''-! , * " ill hare the honor of app. ariiuc l>ef.?re the citizens >f this city. In each Bntertainm-nt ENTIhE CHANGE OK PROGRAMME Harlnirmany Pop u!*r aial Talented Ari?*p. prominent m nr. CAL WAGNElt. E. M HAM,, SAM PR[<'K, N DROWN JOHNY BOOKER, CHA8. HEY W't'Hil 'out, iliaiifl. CA N F1K I.D aid BOOK ER, Sm and Dane Art ist?. GRHAT CALIFORNIA QUARTETTE. comto-<<i . WELLING BRoS.andJ.W. riiEETII, w fh a FINE OR<"HESTR.? AND BRASS BAND. B'?errc<l Stat? for sale at Bo* Office for three lay in advance. a21 St a amhmmtu.i theater commie. *" (Eleventh street, south Pennsylvania srorDf. K pagem* nt nf the popular >oun? American Star GEORGE W. THOMPSON. M ho w ill appear on Thur?da> , April 24 h, and ?nrh evening thereafter, in the great sensa tional localism i?f THE WASHINGTON DETEt TlVf. Produ -ed with a powerful dramatic cast. E: ?aeej| . ut <'f the famed vocalist and c- m.-li.m, MB BILLY DEVERE. F.n:hu.-:a.?; c succtesof the brilliant premirre Dan M LI E COlCHITA RONZATTI. Th"daring Drill Gymn? ts,THfc SEN Y.AH-! MAI DE, th -Drill yneen! HAM! FF?, th" K -nff of Air' TWO NEW GRAND BALLETS' F n?t at' pear a i ce of th^ b^autilal Di?n><euse, MISS MAGGIE WESNER. Tlie ciiartiiitic On en ..f V ,cali?t*, MISS FANME DAVENPORT The ycwlifnl Dutch ("??median and Vocalist, M \STEK HERBERT CAWTHORNE. Th*- teantttnl and ds-hir-g lansetut'i, hIRAI.FY SISTERS. AND OUR M A >1 MOTH N'lVELTY TE0U7E. THE LAST OF THE MODOUS, Ac., it. M YbTEBY, Ac., A? . M:-tii.efs WEDNESDAY andSATl'RD \Y. ap:i tf OH No i On Kthlbitioa IHrwN <$*> J and Sale j I3<l Ftb 8t.> _ _ at f 7th Si MARKRITFR'S. Ho. 439 7th street, between I) hlj K ?treeU, eight doora above Odd F^l! iwr's Hall. C'.clce Oil Painting*, Engra. in%s, Chrom a. A.*', Ur?e?t Mock Pap-r fl.ttitfimw, Wirn a ?"a<'e?. P.cttrep, rrair?<? pirtnre Corus an! T.w Is, Tin c*. Nn?J?. *c., iu tic Di?tt.ict. i.'TEKM!' CASH. Pl?a?e ren> -nib r Name ari't N".mheT. JcT ly" All kinds or cast-opr \vkabing ar PAKKLcat l>? k'M to the wry Lest ivivniito^e bi adJrwfin*or callifig >n Jl'iTH, 6l? D street, betireen 6'h and 7th n. m N. te? by tuaii prn.pt;y at'ende.) to. Caeli paid f!3 () LL> OOLl>, SILVER, BBASS, COPPEB, Etc., U nplit at fair price* for a New Y> rk hons?. Hons< h Id Furniture bv-ught and* Id. N-tes by mail tnr?ly attended to by AL'UENSTEIN. I4U5 T>nsy|yanla avenne dfl-ly* REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 'EO. TKl EM?ELL x CO.. ? KfAL ESTATE BROKERS. ( Hi 7th street, (oTer Gorman Aiu-.ritan Su.io,? Bank.) Sp- Cii! att< M..U fri? en t RENTING. C ?Lf. *.< T ING, PAYING TAXES and NEUOTIAUNG LOANS. K fer(I y p?rnn?ii a) to?General B -nj Alrcrd, Pa>ina>t<r Gee era! U.S.A.; .lam- ,s. Grinnll, CEtef CI* rk 1 t. Patent Ofti? cj ,1-?hn Ei a^^r, A; ch ii'cl; H- c. r. P Blair; II.-n. J W. Dou(tl i?- C i i n i-Bi? i.e Internal R -en i ; Win. B M. rcn, Kurni lure Dealer; C E. Prentwc,Cashier Geiman Amp n ca:i S .MIK- B.-nk; C"l. J- h'i M Y -?aiid. ii; H John Hitz, C tixiil Generalcf Switaorland. h^{ i n" ^yiLLIA.tl DICKSO^ GENERAL INSURANCE AND KF.AI, ESTATE AfiEST, No. toOi FIFTEENTH STREET, <?rr- !?iTic Tnnsi r.v. Nob* b?t the eafert insurance companies repre m tited. Pr->mpt eeltlenient of losse? and fair dealinr tntar ?ll!ee?t. apfl )??,! Al'STIN P. BROWN. Corner N Y. avenue an i Ifi'h street, W'tsbiagtun, D. O., W MLBtU Dual** its li ^KMKNT,8AND.Ac.,?c.,4e LI KDFK MILLS cnt to order on short notice. BLl S STONE for Building, Matadaimsi.ic .too PxMbg purpo se* deliiured in any part of the L'i? trict. HEAL ESTATE bongtit and sold and money la rested. To this branch of the bnnnees I will bora iftc-r rive any persc-nal attenHon, and will be at a) ;fl>ce daily from Iti a. m. ontil ? p. ai. marl tf EDUCATIONAL |\H.SS H ARROVKR S SCHOOL rOR YOl'NG V' LAl>lEh A NO CHILDREN, 133b Ist,,nnpo. ?i't Frai.klin Park. r-urth-juarter will begin April loth; fall term September 8>li. aplo-lni* PENMANSH1? AND THE ELEMENTS OT GRAMMAR ARITHMETIC, and BOOK KEEPING taught to individuals or to clashes be tween S and 9 o'clock p.m., at Prof. Young's School Bailding, 14th St., between I and K. .. . JAMES CORRIDOR, Teachar. Lettering. Card-writing, and Pen Work of -very description, executed to ordar.'^HI ap3-lm ()** orTHE great secrets orlcc ^ in lift'in to l?p well driMp<'(|;t)iPD wh> h'*?i & ?, B!?rk 'Coat for ,i , ' ' 'othler, 1M11 p.-nna, ave , near 11th. ?25 JT1NE CLOTHING roR srRI\G AM) H VMM Eli, MADE TO OCPFB IN NEW YORK THE LARGEST ASSOhTMEM IN THE COUNTRY SAMFLE SUITS READY MADE. EOH MEM, HOYS AMO CHILD REV. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. DEVLIN & CO., M? 3m M13 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. B* GINTINE RENOWNED BELGIAN _ BLACK CLOTH SLIT, equal t?? tuy custom work, lor $30. the ?t)le of mh double-brea^tad und ?;|i)art>fr?iit,at STKAL S\ 1011 Peuna. a\e., n* ar 11 tli. T harness: harness: 8* We have on haad a large slock of all kinds of Min gle and Double Gilt, Corarad, Rl'BBEK, NICKEL, A"3ID SILVER-MorsTED HARNESS, of onr own make, which we are determined to sell M * cry low prices. Sola agents for H ill's celebrated CONCORD HARNESS, of which we have a targe stock at Concord prices. The Concord Harae? and Collars have a reputation all over the country for durability aad strength, TRUNKS and SATCHELS in great variety. CEDAR TRUNKS, for protection against moths. Call aad examine stock. Ll'TZ * BRO? Sd lm 4*f Penn. are., Kit to National Hotel. ?1 AM IKE THR GOLD SPECTACLE, Omlt #?, H H HEMPLEB. Optician, ?atr ? 1 HEVIOT SUITS for f 13 A.Tmi? 8* "A- 1011 Penna.are., Vttkf 1 It II. XTL,E"S ^BAtf./ow 4:A claJ f ?? a. y. atLES. SPECIAL NOTICES. Fine OU Rye Whisky, Fine Mid Kye Whisky, Fine Old Rye Whffky, fine Old Kvc Wiiisky, me Old Bye Whisky, Fine Old Rye Whisky, Fine Old Bye Whisky, WafOMrtd |VtrraMrti trrtnud Putt Pur* Purt And Una I altera' ed, for Ut ntral an / Mtdictmal Uu. This If the article we have now sold for npw*rd? of live yearn with universal sa'isfaetion; p'ttnnfu large bottle* a> Oue Dollar j*rl? ittle. er o?n be h?d is any <i?antity. ?^"Notice, that we will return the runner If this Whi?k) do< ? uotgive satisfaction or preve ait repre sented by ns. m _ Als.> an ? xcelleat <t"<-k of California ^ ine?? P >rt, Slurry. Ami-lira, Mu?catel, Hock an I Clar?-t; also, R-lly's Island Oaiawba and imported Lienor* of all kinds. ARTHCR RATTANS, Druggist, alotr Corner 2<i and D streets d. w . Batchelor's Hair Dye is the best in the worlJ, the only tme and perfect Hair Dye: no ridiculous tints, no disappointment, hftrmlem, reliable, instan tans >ns bla.k or brown; at all druggists', and 16 Boud street. New York. f J-eoly A Card. A Clergyman, while residing In Sooth America ;? missionary, discovered a sate and simple remeuy s of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, le Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the of disorders brongbt on by baneful and . ., remedy for the cure e ? ? " ~ Disease of the 1 whole train of disorders brought on by ba vtciens habits. Great numbers have been cored by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and onfortouatn, I will send the recipe for preparing and osicg this medicine, in a seai-d envelope. to any one who needs it,Pru af CSargg. Address, JOSEPH T. INM AN, Station D, Bible H^ose, marB-ly New Tor* City. LADIES' GOODS. Kid gloves : KID GT.OVFS ! . it PHICKS. I Buitoi , 9() cuts. I /'iivijii a Button, gi 15. \imri Eurj pair warranted. At M. WILLIAX'S, *" *' 907 P. hiisy I* ania avonni. A I H>. V. B. UILLET, i"l AT THE NEW YORK MILLINERY STOKE, HA.s BEHOVED from 614 U *-treet 460 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WASHINGTON U ar.il ha* just r< turned from New York with the latest slyles and novelties in Millinery and Fancy Oo'^ds. Thankful for past favors, -he solicit* a con tinuance of patronage. ap24 1m' |X0TICE.?Bargains art- now being offt*red_in millineby and FANCY GOODS, By E. LKN/.UERG A CO., tj-'.r JOJ Mark-t 8pao", AIR GOODS, J II FIRST CLASS GOODS AT LOW PRICES. Fine BBAIDS, CURLS, etc., <f nir own make, k Id at manufacturer's prices, at II PlISLIPI'l'S II lirwoik Factor) and Nton*, 7 10 Mark-t Himoe, I" ttssa 7tll and Mill streets. ? 11 (it* J1I*S McCOKMTiK~ PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,**** (Up Stair*,> Will open on THUB8DAY, Arm. 4th, a large and attractive assortment of Duported BONNETS AND RoUND HATS, to which the special attention of the ladies is cal!<* I. ?8-tr ^TAMPING DEPOT, 617 Skvhnth Stbeet, fehJl-?r Opposite Patent Office. WELLING OFF I O SELLING OKK I AT COST, TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP, the entire stock OF THE NEW YORK BAZAB, 441 Seventh street, near E. acar7-tr NO HUMBUG. T* ADIKS'" I j KKKN< H STARCH ENAMEL Is the best article in the world for doing up Ltnei. or tfnslin. It Imparts a beautiful glow to the fab.'ic. for sale by all Grocers. Bl'BNUAM Jt CO., Mannfactorera, 160 Went Lombard street, )anl4-ly Baltimore, Maryland. THK PROBLEM THAT \va> EASILY SOLVED I ?? 1 say. Charley, pardon n?<-, but prav tell me hov is it you always ilreni so stylish, and hav ii:? but a m alerate Income?" ?? Why. siuiply because I pur chi-se from A. STRAI'S, 1011 P.-nm. aie.,n ar lltli."' h25 QUR LATEST EXCITEMENT. ATTKACTlOy* FOR ^I'RlXG. TDE MOST INCREDULOUS BEING BAPIDLY CONVINCED. SIO?Them stylish Suits at $1? Please Everyb-id-y. ? 10--Tliem Serviceable Suits at 910 Suit Everyb >dy. 5 10? Them Haudsome Soil* at *10 Become Everybody. 610? Them Nobby, well-lnade Suits, at $10, ARE SOLD TO EVERYBODY. OUR JUVENILE NOVELTY. NEW SPRING STYLES. ? 0-Our full Suit for Boys' School Wear at .**. ? 4 ?All the Bo> s like?*4 |6 4?Onr School Suits at $5. $4?All the Boys want? 54?Our School Suits at $4. ?4?All the Boys wear?54 Onr School Suits at $4. ?4? Our fashionable and well-made School Suits at 5 4 ABE MADE OK DUBABLE MATERIAL. HABLB BROTHERS, ' FASHIONABLE TAILORS, apia-tr Comma Tth awp D Sttiirs. IVOW OB EXHIBITION, the bon ton White Vi*t, (entirely uew,l linttons fasten-d with rlug", at A. STRAIS, 4011 Fenna. ate., near 11th. a2S ^HIBTS MADE TO ORDKiC In connection with my Msrchaut Tailoring busi ness, 1 am now prepared to MAKE SHIRTS TO OBDER, having engaged the service* of one of the best cot ters in the country for that purpose. Being satis fled of my ability to givs entire satisfaction, both in style and III, 1 respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. G. T. SAirt and XHaMvri Mmmnfmetmer, aH-lm 4an tth street northwest. I IGHT COLOBED DRESS PANTS in Fearl, ti Lavender, and T-a colors, s>d of excellent workmanship, at A STRAUS', 1011 Penna. ave. near llth. aM ^FECIAL NOTICE. The Tax-payers of the District are notified that we have CERTIFICATES OF 1NDERTEDHESS, Cbich are received at par In payment ot taxes,!, ned by the Honorable Board of works. Apply to R. Fl'LTON A CO., SI4 Kli street, near F?nnsvl ?ania avenue. all-lit* OEFORR GOING ELSEWHBBR exaaine th? D Diagonal Dress Suit f >r 917. (a specialty,> and only to M bad at A. ST HAL'S', 1011 Fenna. ave., ?ear llth. a*8_ OACHES, RATS or BEDB UGS cannot be found where Glentworth's EXTEBM .AToBisnsed For sale by Z. D. ?iLgoLs*? cor 1st and E sta. n.w. al< tn' V??UJI? MARDO NOT DESPAIR?If you have 1 loit litfl-m^aue. aiul wish t> look c.-nteel,??t one (rf the ?S?uifs. in three dilTerei t ?t>le*,*t 4 STRAIS". 1011 Fu.ua. avc.tnear ljtb. a?s n EVENING STAR Washington News>nd Gossip. Intihvai. BivEsn -The receipts froun this source to-day were ?258 Resignation Accepted.?The Presi-lent ha* accepted the resignation of Captain James Thompson, of the "23d infantry, to take effect 8t ptember 1st, 1K73. Tiik Parking Cuamssiua b.v decidcd to plant M street north with the soft or silver maple, A(<r datKttrarjmm. that tree being deemed best suited to the locality. It ip r*K\iki? at the Indian Bureau] that Oo chfst la off hi* rcscrva'ion committing depre ilationx. When last heard from, a slwrt time ago. he was still on the reservation on wtitch he was placed l>y <ie?. Howard. and express. I hi* Intent ion of remaining there. The Wheat Chop?The latest report from the Department of Agriculture, states that, on the whole, the prospect for the wheat crop is mere favorable than last War at this time. Of Califot nia it says that the indications all point to another year of great abundance, scarcely a county having reported an unfavorable con dition. Personal?\ ice President Wilson was iu Sew York yesterday. ????Gen. Jefferson C. Davis leaves San Fr.?ncisco for the seat of the Modoc war to-Uav. General Hardee, from the Inspector General's office, accompanies him. Gen. N. T. Cliipman and wife left the cit v yesterday for New York, whence th'-y will sail for Kurope in a few days. General Crook's Pkomotiox.?Much com ment has been caused by the announcement that Brevet Brigadier General George Crook, now fighting the Apaches, was to be promoted to the grade of brigadier general, to till tiie vacancy caused by the death of General Cauby, because Ceneral Crook holds the rank of lieu tenant colonel 01 the 2*1 infantry and is brevet brigadier general of volunteers only. The right ot seniority in promotion in the army extend", however, only to the grade of colonel, and after that the President liae the right to take a second lieutenant, if he thinks proper, an<l promote Lun to the grade of brigadier geneial. REPRESENTATIVE* Of THE IIEADIN< ? 11 AIL* road were before Commissioner Douglass to day, and asked to be relieved from the 5 per ccnt. penalty ar.d 1 |.er cent, a month i?terest on the tax which tho Sopreme Court liasde cUled is due on dividends declared duripgthe first seven months of PKQ. The company de clined to pay it then, and now that the court ha? decided that they must pay they ask to be relieved from the peti:iltv for non-pavment. The commission! r informed them that he h i I no power to remit, the court having settled tin; matter. The amount of penalty due from the Heading and one or two other smaller road* in a similar lix amounts to *?">0,000. The oid story, first published in the New York Su./, and yesterday republished in that I R|" r, relative to the attempt of one B. Waller Tav'or, of Kentucky, in wj, to bribo Captain Houston, formerly a member of tlie board ot -t? am boat inspectors, is regarded as wlio'.lv uu ?orthy ol credence at the Treasury depart ment. Some two years a^o charges were I ronglit against Houston, and they were inv<-? 'igaied and Captain Houston fully evoncraf. J. Sul*c<jnently Taylor repeated his statem ent that Houston had agreed to accept a hribe, and -o plausibly did lie tell his story that the Secre tary ordered another investigation. Captain Houston was again exonerated, and the conclu sion reached that his accu.-^cr was insano. Capt Houston was replaced in the board by a Mr. Carr some time ago, but not on account of the charges preferrid against lum by Taylor, a- uc was believed to be wholly innocent. An Interesting Point?Under the contract of the Post Office Department with the Pacific Mail Steamship company to carry the mads be I w een Shu Francisco and China and Japan, the conij any is under obl.gatioiis to traii-port tin mads iu American bottoms. As they racentlv lost one ot their steamers, the America, bv fire, they now submit the <|U<-stion to the Po*t Office Department whether, if they send out the m tils on the 1st of June next in a foreign vessel, as thev now think it likely they will be eomp lied to do, they will be paid the same as it they em ployed an American ship. A-, the law distinctly specifies ''American built vessels," it is not probable the Department will feci autliori/. d to pay for that particular trip. The couip im will, however, trust to Congress for coinp>-u-a tion, (the amount being about for At?* nip.) claiming that they have not violated the spirit of the contract, and that they did the best they could under the circumstances. ? How THEY Dispose op Would-be Mir DEUKbft in I* rance.?At Melun, France, a young man. or lad, aged twenty, was guillo tined a few days ago for a savage as-ault on his lath. r. The latter on recovering from his wounds, visited his son, and expressed his dis approbation "at the length of time li s sou w.?. lett unexecuted." He pardoned his sou and depart.-d. The unfortunate cried like a child, begged the executioner to promise "not to hurt him," md before lie could receive a repiv was pushed under the knife, then into his grave, close by; all finished in fourteen minutes. BlSMARCK AND THE Cleroy The U|?!?er house ol the Prussian Diet yesterday engaged in a debate, w hich lasted six* hours, on t' ? bill regulating the training and appoiutm c of clergy. Bismarck made one of bispo*<rful speeches in support of the bill. He defended the attitude the government l.ad taken us fully justified by the domineering assumption* ot the priesthood. He took occasion to deny the oft - repeated rej>ort that he instigated the occupa tion ot Rome by the Italian government. Another Reported Indian Octbao*.?A special despatch to the St. Louis Democrat from Denison, Texas, says that reports are in circu lation there, which are believed, that a train with government supplies for Fort Griffin from Denison on the 13th inst., consisting of eight lour-mule wagons, was captured by Ind.aus on Cole Creek, sixty-five miles from Denison. l our of the eight men w ho w ere with the train are said to have been killed and two wounded. 1 he Hank of England Foboebs Bidwell, the Bank of England forger, arrested in Ha vana, has been delivered over to the Kuglisi. consul on the order of Captain General Pit-S tain, and will probably be sent to England in a man-of-war. Several confederates of Bslwell, including Wilson, are stii! in Havana. The ex amination of Mac Donald was continued in New York yesterday before the United States com missioner. 1 wo Suicides.?A. Dobellov. member ol the board of trade of Chicago, fatally shot himself last evening. Business embarrassments are supposed to l*e the cause of the rash act. John Y'ellhaun, a resident of Carrolltou, one of the suburbs of Baltimore, committed sui cide yesterday by taking arsenic. Cause?do mestic difficulties. A Fai l op Si sty Feet.?Professor Dehonne, the wooden-legged tight rope walker, while performing at Charleston, South Carolina, yes terday, fell a distance of sixty feet, and was dangerously hurt in the head and leg. The fall was caused by the breaking of the rope. In the libel slit of school commissioner Fields,of Brooklyn, vs. Bowen, proprietor of the Brooklyn Union, tor charging that he ob tained office corruptly, Boweu yesterday gave l?onds in 910,000 to appear when Wanted.' H. B. Clatiin and Charles Storrs are his bondsmen. Brigham Yoinu, in giving up the cares of ?tate, has retired to what the newspapers call "the bosom of his familv." Since the days of Solomon, no family ever had such a bosom. It is a perfect Sierra of breasts?Gol-i** Ag*. The Popb has had a relapse, and is again confined to his bed. k KTThirteen hundred head of cattle have been stolen by Indians from Wm. Wells, in ^ akahama valley, Oregon. ?-Miss Emma Hubbard, of Maasachusetts. has received from the University of Michigan the exceeding inappropriate degree of Bachelor I of l.aw. ?SPRev. W. H. Milburn, the blind preacher, has obtain**' a divorce from hia wife, who w*. once a beanfitul belle of Baltimore, and mar ried him w hen he was chaplain of Congress. t*~The deu gates representing the German printers of difterent sections of the country, are 8tlll iu session In Philadelphia. The object is to j-orm a natlonalsocietv or German coni|>o*itors, to work in harmony with the English-speaking association. fc*"Ten thousand dollars worth of silks were stolen by burglars on Tuesday night from p. Paiember's s.'ore. on Broadwav, New York, withii. |iiiii-sLo? die-AJicc ot the' police station. No arrests. Tk* *fw Omrtml Kumpn. MOW THEY DirPEK K Ki >* IHI STAMPS IS COM MIX r.<a. -A law by the |??t Congress mvle ft Incumbent upon the Postmaster {>en?ral (the franking privilege having been abolished aftei the 1st of July prepares spe~U| stamp or stamped envelop. to be a* ?t only tor oflioiat mailmatter for each of tbe executive depart ments, and to be supplied l>y the proper olim of faiu departments to all person* under it* di rection requiring the ?*me tor official use; an luither provides that all s*id stamps an *tainped envelopes -.hall be sold or furnished t, ?aM several departm. nts or clerk" onlv at tin price tor which stamps and stamj.ed enveloi* ??f like value are wld at the several post offi ? Alter a careful consideration oft hi- matter tin Postmaster Gei eral concluded to hwae offlia. -"im ps tor tbe department, they being less ex pensive and more cnnvenl nt generally tlun damned envelope. When in Sen York a fen week*since General Terrell. Third A?stan? P<>tmaster Oeueral and his necnmir, Mr. K. - Barber, fixed U[Htn desigio lor these *Ump* and invittd proposals for their manufacture. 1 he low.>t bidder, tbe Continental Bank Note company.which does much work in the wxv of note printing for the government. awanl< d ?J.,r?!r1ract has aIr,'*''> forwarder! a num bcr of sj.ocim.-n* of the new stamps for tl e inspection of the Post Offl.e Oepartment a.,d-nf'^n?!,S V TCr>" beautiful in design and will doubtless >?e accepted by the Postula te r t.eneraj. J t<?* medallion bend* on the new 'tnnif >s will remain the same as on til* ordlnn-v stamps, kut the color of tli^ stamp an I the l*>-. rta'mi^ofHift Wl11 for tl. ? tamps or dilterent oepartments. Although tiie eo.ors 01 the stamps have not yet b.-en oflfciail selected tliev will probably be a- follow*: Ko n? deI'?rt?*nt, chocolate: P ...t r!J!i *VrL mi a?* bluc; W*r? c*ru>ine; l"te bimw! hi State, green; Trcasurv, velvet li. 1 tf* ?,un,le; Agricultural, orang-. /n,M^ . classes ot stamp* the designs wil! be i H \ i I 'if**11??, on the navv stamp ^'f'1s* c.aW'? wbich runs entirely aroun I tr? < nler, and a star in each corner; and in the ?i Vi 1 V"-'"1. repreaenations of a iftieM are placed below and to the right ami llL:Sf?the cc,?t2U.,head- '"?'l of the stamp* thi letters -L. S., and the iwrneof tliedepart m?-nt i with t'e word department InvarinhU t L,el' l .V proauaentlv. he latter being generally placed 14t the top oi the *t?ii!p. At the liottoui of the stamp are the letters and figures indicating its denomination I Lere are eleven denomination* of *'attit.* tot earb department, ranging troru one c ut t. ninety cents in value. F.?ur social stann.s <n addition to the regular official stamp*. will >e prei ured tor the department ot St*t?. to I. ? used in the transmission of dispatch poncl. fliey will beot the denomination* of?.' <"? <1.1 and respectively. The new sumps cam*, ?e u-?d lx-iore Jul* 1st next, bnt will berei.n fo >ti|*|?ly, on rfqoiiiitioii!) ironi the fic;t is of *!? P?rtnjiii!8. early in olnne. ? ? Ail \u fill Ihimest jc I r:*?e?l v. IHI. sll<* K I ^ t. Mt U1.ICCOF TWO L1TTL.K CHIL* }>RKS nv AX ixsask Mother. :,ork paiK-rs give the >hockiug partb u ? arso, the niuidiT ot ner two children in t'itt .)*' on Wednesday, bv Am - il. nne-sev, t.,. w-.ftf ot G*?o. Hcnn> ?s??v. M II iii ->s'-y it *em?, has recently i> com v >v |?',iv expressing fears oi tier ? ?:* t .?. , r. N bad three children, aged r *|*-c..?elv tiv ? hi, f tinee years, and six moi.th*. fii ,,, v.?ii t.? were the victim* of her in . < ?.. II-nn ?*-. v came.home fromhi*woik in t?.. niii# a-'i tonnd the door oi his room lw.-k.-d. He rap;.. .I and could get noauswer. ex ?epr t'aat hu he.tr.l II.* line walking up an?l <lowti tlie nxiru. Alter waiting a halt hour ho triwl to force the door and then it na* open -.I trom the in*ide. Knt >? itijr the room he s*w hi> wife, w ith h.-r ha-i 1 iiplilte.!, .ooking down iuto a w.t-b-tub whi<'i was on the tloor in tbe ceuter of tbe room, in the tub were tbe Inxliesof the two children tieorge and Francis. At first Hennensev thou '!,t jnsw.ie had b< en washmjj the cbil-lren but he soon realized that hi* children were d. ad. lie saw they h.id been choked and then rot*: <1 on the stove, to which hair and skin adii^r t. In tbe agony ol the moment he said, -llv ?i ? r Annie, what is this.' What does this w n. - I he poor demented woman said, ' Hash d .'i't tell anyone It's all right now: we'll be hap'-v by-and-by. 1 he two bodies were liorriblv m'.i" tHated the features being unrecognisable. I ue tlc*h was burned from their faces and .should- rs ?u? their eyes had been roasted out. Here i *t Child, a little girl of live years, was found o-i ly asleep in led in another r.wm. uuliaraied bv her rra/y mother. The chil.lren were t-vid- t.t ly first stianpled. then stripped, an ! the-i r .?*t ed on the top ot the store, a.* p rtiou* oi lie flesh and hair were touixl ..u tu- stove, an i ; lie room was filled with a sickening sued of ?.n - tl< sh. t^he had al*o stabbed I Kith of them in : :it neck and tw,*t.-d their heads ar iund, ami !. it them ovet in order to get their bodies into lie tub. I?r. Thompson, thefamilv phvsician wa vtit tor, au-l prcnoiuiced the woman inmic. ahe wa? taken to H.-llevtie bo*pit%l. ? V?IK Advas. e ix Co a i?The circular of t!n ** ilkehbarre Coal and Iron companv for M^v shows an advance of lft cents a ton "on nre*cut rates. Thb- Is in accordance with an arrange ^ J,etweeij the companies in tLeit meeting ot January 16, when they form -.1 a combination for the purpose of protecting against the excessively low price*<>t . ey agreed that an average of Sj a tjn toi the year would give a fair profit, and .1 ?: r mined to maintain that pri.-e by curt iilinir i. o dnctioii if necessary. In i<j tbe averageim.ce sa.S# |?r ten, and the companies sav t'-at as a result of this they lo.-t money. This y \r the prices began on a basis of sK.-io, and fliev nHi be advanced 10 cents each inuuth on eieU sire. 1 he companies sav that the sooner buyers convince themselves that this programme i- to be carried out the better it will be for them as the combination is boiind to hold firm. Frei -'it are cheap now, but will a.1 vance with the - a son. 1 he coal famine in Kngland is causin * n considerable expirt of anthracite from Lis country?A. P. UVrN. <'o\sr? ration OF Hisiioi-s. -On Sunlav Jiext, the27th imrt.. Kev. W Uiam H. dross w.ll be const crated at the Cathedral, m ll^ltimore as Kishop of Savannah, and on the Sunday fol ow iiifir Kev. Dr. N. A. Corrigan w ill be cbnse Iu Nfw Jersey a* li.dn.pof Newark, both having been a pointed to their sacred of iCl-uyJrhewPo,,Vtt't'"" ?X??lMring the past month ol March, the one t" succeed Rishon 'f!1.?-. resigned, and the other in place of Archbishop l.ayley. tran*ferre.l to thi? atcli ? InH ese. The ceremonies will be v.-rv imposing and some eiKht or ten bishops will >,e present in V't/rV!'??' I,!tr,,eipatin^. in the services. The Archbishop ot Balt-mor. will also be nre -ent at the consecration of Or. Corritf.tu. and .irt|f,rv W1i tlik7 i,!ai'e 'nSt- Patrick's Cathe ?Iral, Newark, and promises to be a mo-t im posing religiou.* ceremony Hal Sum. ? J..HK KKniLfTiu* im Spain? tl R'J$ in J i.tirsrioti of th' C.'jital?Recently there w i* a division oi the imlitic .l element* in M tdrid each taking sides tor and against i he permanent commission, by which tin b.vlvot the A>*emb'v pnl! ?.t0 ,0."|ro'fh0 Ministry.' Serrano appaf entlyhopeii to determi te the balance ajainst Ministrv l.v a row,, ,r,tnt through a military demonstration and pronunci iiuento in favor of order and against the dissolution of the peruia nent commission. His plan tailed, because^at the critical moment the soldiers fraternired the volunteers proved faint hearted. be disorders began on Wednesday night, and at midnight the Ministry in couuci'l recognized that the permanent commission wa? the source ot reactionary agitation, and calfp.t uj>on the commission to dissolve willingly or be disso ved by force, and decrecd iu diiilution and disarmed its defenders. The iteds now hold I ossession or the cltv. Startmbio Krxon as tothk Cause ok thi Ki? HMONn switch I)t?ASii i: There are ru* natur*W?l?, Jlf !lo,,c' /or tbe sake or human ? F ' that Che diMAstcr nn ?kp Stonington and Providence railroad wascaosed of **r- Knnis, the owner orthe dam II. i 12? 75?' 1 oat the water that car ???J the bridge. Mr. Fnuts had several n\hi!^ L"r-'i.W business, the defendants 111 which have at tim^ &aid that ?? _la tkem "ioulU have to sweat for he wTt?* w?r7ZZ?'ltr0nllyKb,,tlt' an<1 <t Usahl tne waters were not so Ligh as the*- had many times before. As regards the bridge it JP* contradictor*-, Lr "" 'kw, H b>.n,? to have vnre girl go back on gS.wi'i.ii,?or vSRisj essis thweof are Jabalnnt Aout thete flgeSTi? F'uenactous jioliceman of the western f. 4 ore* liain?d ??tt, becoming VOneFari of Rockland. Portland, "W* his neck. Farwell is under .. ^"A member of the Maasachasetts -?? J5? '* c1hllrfBd with selling his #l^ bHfif a chnrrti member wm ??*? Sunda j heard In his own defence by his church sieroay. u-well, son of a prominent politician . Maine subbed one McCallam, in Wednesday, catting a deep gash in arwell is under anest. TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB This Afternoon's Dl?patche?. ASSOCIATED rRKSfi REPURTH. 0 1IIK I.OI 1MAXA UWH.KT. Vigorous Xr?n?irr? ?f Gut. NrEaery to l?o I'ranrrwUMl for iwrwi* lion and Nvw Yotk, April 2T??A special dispatch ftoui Xc* Orleans to the ri??< t yesterday mv> Kel egg sent tbe slate militia to Tangipaho l*rbh, Installed the oflieer* ot that |>*r ir*ti. and .<C?it?nl tbe molt ?ho had collected, and re -n r. d onler. He tins purrbiml a *te?tn'> >at and arno-d it with twrhf-pound howitzer* an-4 orptin/id :? 1 ittaion ot cava'.rv, intended in ca-e of necessity to run up the riret hatmw. wlii'b, at t!.N *tage ot the w.it-r w I ? i.?m. th m to |vn< tr:it' *'tno?tany parish ot the ?tate lie has directed the attorney g n<-ral to rswKrrv h'khit asi? other* under the usurpation act, and also for treason The fottowing is his letter to Attorney General Fi? Ms, directing L.m to prosecute trovernur McF.nery N'?.w Ukikans, April 22, lo't?//?.?. A. P I'trUlt, Atto N'jf i rat?>1 r ??M my citizen* ol tLis state, having complained to mo ut y?tir lAi'tttv to prosecute the pmotw who. on the '>th dav ot March. leT.'tj organized an ermod re nfetanee to. and precipitated an attack ?n>oti the constitute''and legul author it ..- ?>t t>; - ? whereby the live?> of several citizen* were **c rit oed, and a- i mid advised that the persons wl o committed tha* outi i,. ca | ital crime ot treason, and having uitorma tie?n In my j-ossess'on which implicates .John McFrtry In" the crime aforesaid, and believing the state can establish that he and hi* aider* and abettors have continued to uriint ?in their treasonable organization, and are Mill projer* >ng and levying war against I he common wealth. and that th'c massacre in tlie i>ari*h of Orat;t, if not directly planned and ordered by tins man ami his associates, was tbe result of their treas onable acts against the state govern im n*. I therefore direct yon to lay before the grand jury of tlii* parish nrh proof as may he fur nished you looking to the in lictincnt ot the said John M'F.nery aid any oth"r persona impli cated with hun. for treaion. Vou will spare no j effort in this i?ro?ec"tion. If vou meet with an> 1 illegal or unwarranted opposition, von wrltl re- , l>ort tbe same to me immediately, iiudose, t herewith. certain papers, signed bv the -??! JcliU SkLntry, ;i>*i;miig to he gote.ruoroi this state. i'thtr paper- and proofsw; il be furnished yon, t< get her with Hie m iikw of' w itawtr*. Very respectfully, Wm. I*. KKi.t'wu. New Orleans i- <jtnet and orderly. iiiki:aik:mx<. ni atk or \i i tuts l> HI* AIM. Tlie Political Kituatioa i:\.pl:?in?-d ( 1<'NIK'S. Aprii 25 iMspatehea rooeived in I Leu i'oii tre-m Madrid *tat? that the l itter city j ha* been greatly evited during the pa?t t<<? i day*. A li-ing was expected on WcUiimIii | nijlht.aiHi the theatrrs and shop-were all clos -d. I>nr'iig the day of Wednead ?v the per man-at I con. in It tee of the assembly L?l t long seivon, at w': rh ail tht member* of the irovertim-'iit, with the cxccptiou of I'reeidcnt l'tga< ra.* aud Senor Pi. Y. Margall, ministet ot the mt nor atd acting president during the lewiwr?ri I retirement of Fipueras. were pr. *- nt. A bmg I diseu-sion nt>or the sitution took place. Seiur I Ca*tcllar, minister of tore.,;ii a^air*. and Senor Salae ton, minister of ju*tice, made nieech>'?#, m which they admitted tint tlie a*j^ct of affairs in the city w<u jjrave. 1 h. y. staUd, however, that the depredation*ot the Carli*ts had been checked, discipline wa* restored in the army aud tlie government w as ol the opinion that it wa* not necessary to again convoke the Assembly or jot-tpoue'tbe elections lor metuber* of the Co# stitoent C'orteii. S?nor C'astelar finally aswed for an adjoiiriimeiil tor twelve hours, which the committee refused. 'J'he uu-mber* of the gov eri rncnt tluii retired to delibetate u|m>ii the course they would take, an 1 did not retuin. During the at u.moon cleren battalions of v.?I utitetr*. compowd of mor.archiMs, revolted and hred on Geuetml Oontieras. w ho escajK'd, 1-if tour other iKreoi.e were killed and several wot.tided. TheagitatUiu increaM*!asuiglit ront on. si ??tslteing tirid In various parts of the A tiuiiil-erof volunteers broke into tue iia<?i CongreMi. wlure the i>erinani;iit committee ?" ?* in >e.-*ion. and the committee sought *alet* in tlight. Marshal Serrano and a number ot 'it* IKilitical friends, fearing the wrath of the m 1>, (inidently bid th- mselves. <Ju Thursday a g v ennnint decree ai>|>eare<'. dissolving the i<eriua netit committee, and the city ltecame m re trxiiouil. Lieut.tleiwral Socia* has l?e,-u *o pointcd captaia general of Madrid, to surr rg (.ietitra! Pavia, who tendered hi* reeigni'tou. o Kew York Kotea. THL LfKATtC KVEDEUK-J. Mew York. April 25.?At the coroner's lu <iu< st, last evening, Mis. Hennessy. who nnr dertil her two children ou Wednc-day.uaid GJd and Hie angels in a viaioB told her to kill her children. The coroner * jury returne?t a verdict that -he killed the children" in a tit of iusai.ity. She will be sent to the lunatic asylum. AS EC( lt?IA?TtC Dl* PI TK in Mount Vernon, We-tchester county, re! i ive to the rector-hip of Trinity church, resulted ye*ter<lay in the mmoritv obtaining po??e*.*ion ot tlie kevs of the church, and the OOii*e<juent closing??!' that edihee to the rector and a ma jority ot the congregation. arNDAT lAf.ER. The bill now before the a**eml-ly.prohibiting the .-ale of lager hei'roti Sunday, is exciting considerable interest in the Oct man circle ? in tbia city. civil nr-HTS. The bill -ecuring to the oolored i^pb- all rights at theaters, hotels, A'c., which pa*-eil the legislature a tew <lays *ince, h is received ] the si gnat uie of tioveriior l)ix, acd is mow a 'air. WON'T TSE TIt? CAni.E AT THE HIGII HATE*. The Ji n-'t announce* its ab*tention Iroui the use of the Atlantic cables until the rates arc reduced. ANOTHER ERIE SvCABBLK. A private ?ab'e dispatch was received yester day . stating:hat a disagreement has arisen be tween Biscbotlsheim and the Krie manager* here, and the former is selling out all his stock in Iaiudon. and has jiven orders to sell hie stock held here. <?>HN crimiyiiS wa* fatally mirisE!> aiui hi.- home uearly de*troyed in lirooklyu tst night by his taking a lighted candie into a room w Ik re gas had ear aped. A riUK THI* MoRMXO, at *11 Broad- ay. occupied by several silk deal er* and lace manufacturers, did damage to the stock of Morris Ap|H-r to the extent of aVjut ?s?,ono, ami to the stock ot Win. Emerson about 1 he latter's stock is insured tor ami Apper'a for #1.200. The buildiug was dam aged slightly. attempted sncin* ok a vrRnBREB. llob't I*. I'lak -ley, the murderer of his niece, attempted suicide this morning by cutting the arteries in !iis arm with a razor." Fhysiv.an* saved him. o The Kaseally Red Hkias. TlOt'BLKSelU INDIANS IN THE KOBTIIWEST AND HOfTHWEST. Kew York, April 25.?A Washington dis patch say* information from Oregon u to the effect that trouble* are anticipated witli the Xez Perce* Indian*, which have lotig4>een an ticipated in army circle*, and another Indian war of large proi>ortion* may be expected. Arizona t.nd New Mexico'ad vices also state that Cochise continue* to practice hi* rai ls on the white men in that region. _? ?o TAOLIOBI BT1LL a'l'vI, IF HOT KICK!HO. Lewi?os, April 25?A dispatch sent hence to the American Pre** aasociation, on April 22d, announced tbe death of Marie Taglioni. tbe celebrated dancer. The report is untrue: M'lle TagUoal i* not dead. COMML'BB IS MADBID. A dispatch from Paris sav* tbe Ganl.U* an nounce* that a commune has been proela<med in Madrid. Ko confirmation ot the rei>ort baa been received in Ix>ndon. ? ??J*r VfMral^HaaMrk at Fartrwi Fobtbbm Mobbob, April 24._Major Uece ral Hancock, commanding tbe department of the east, arrived here tbia morning (rem Sew York to visit the artillery school and in?psct tbe Bt. He was received artth tbe customary aa e, and at ten o'clock be reviewed the troops. In tbe afternoon he visited the national asylum near Hampton, and will deliver the diploma* to tbe graduating class this evening. N xwTcix!?*lpr!fa.-!'*o * u'litUng* containing five store* were burned at Maue won. Dncheas county, last night. Tbe total km la estimated at aatjaao. The Are was catued bj tbe bum ingot a kerosene lamp. Killed b/tlio Can. Kichbosd, April !?>,?An express train en tbo Cbeaai>eake and ? >hio railroad, this morning, ran over and killed a negro not; Beaver Dam depot. ln|*ll< M?? the 1IUr?l?? ll>k ??>??*?? IM ? bai?4UO?. ('nn SfMtm Inf?n? W nifM *tt< ll.b <1, Clt'l ba ut i <H>rk*. I*?* Mfr.tnl Fart R?4t. a* Oil M*< I'*'? "? ?or! b be*og vr?-?r r? Tb*- S< natoc. tTi rrmnn*e to ? lAtrf referring tn jn'ttMl -Irife* tti Kan U< >-a <t Ik* ?!*?? wl Om t<r<nf. ? at* *?? h?f luontctraly BTi*te.t on all queatlnna relating U Ar TlUkl I'lWI^ril) Ol th* Htte, that irum M nu'Moff receded trocn Um |*w, l<|4latw? a I'd f?l Wpfk Ot fctT be V-Heeed lir IT|*? ?cnt.d the entire people of K? and rtpuhlicai.* W uint?d U iti-rU ?*? ra f- narafe the I'll) Th# orlafc baohaon y tbe feeling a atong tbr pooyir that their honor tiadtxen >Uilniil a lid J4u?4?til* ItUnW l>t tliuw* whirl Ihi< fn>?n l?u Mil faaaa CMCi ?? tv conct a I an lit a (AittOAti ??t?H-rr. ? iiriltATi, April 'A-11??- nerthrin knnini tram ?n the lx>ji?\die, >.,?* Allaiu m?1 ( hi c**o rai road ran off the tra<-b nea* Kllrttn til* I?>?>?ana. yealenlay. Uiiowu< one ba^a** car '?ag*n?(e c*r like ia au i> hi. Nj oth.-r an<1 tan toacbei on tb.ir fld<?. i badly hurt, a eoaeh ullm ?n hi pi rivBi arc wrktwl)i injurol Tr?fiirt|ir?rt?. nam<<1 -tohn Dale ??! Ha"-' St# It. ?crt miftocated while cleaning t ??? valeeain the bwleeaof Nhermana tarnac*. at Sliar|>eviile, Fa., wl?rdIf. iwiMlMH r \mm H valMt mf i?aarT? woimiw mm. tb* titra. r :a N'C? \|<KK. A|>l I JS?It w Mated tlia* in tikui.nnliuii ?t Uie huh' (U'i'Vtmrat 4?rnarp the fact that ConiniiMkioiM t \ mi Burru. !.??? V tuna eabihltlOB. In ti'.lrg hi* U>ikl li<> n?l *1gned it. nor I* >t ywytny M utni. aivt th- de |*>i lu?.nt ha> no alternative but to wlthh.a.1 the patBitnlol b?a iiali* kutii Uir rf<|uifi uk'? hart Inf n cuui|>iM ?iUi. ? ? Iillle4k? a HI mm. Kit iiman. A|?ll -A ?till, man n?niM Fia<i?r.wa? klikd la?t night in the >*-?Vr amt ubin tunnel Uiroiuh Cb'trck Hui. l?\ iu? ra\ i l?ai ?'t earth a'iM.1 In li aiding * . ? nam* loaidii*. I ad both Vf broken .? .1 a a? oTherwiae injur*: he mil ptoWablv d< Fra riit an* Ih>im OtvrbUwl OMintr, and ??? }fkf> old. Cou?i it ??? ?Uul u> yraii ??:?!. aii I liud iu Kichuuiiil. Vorklaaa Tenalaa* ?f Ihi 4 Vip?k. peakr an4 llhiu Kallraail Fi'iii kii.r?a Mi'ituc, A|inl Jb.?The ? u< am corp>. in charge o: Majoi Temple, h ?. ? ??in pleu d a aurvey of d??- rhramakr ml Dm ra 'toad to Yotklown. and mill n-tnt ' > m> run to a |hiilit al?o\e Will *ui?t>urj[ (<? .????? |??'t*. M'Ui' uiitiiiiahiit aurk. 11?? > will u.?t m>tte * ?ur\< y tower <luwu tbe lViuiiaula thku *??rk ton ii at preaenf. * *?11 Wwi lu.^n, \okk, April JS 1 Li-Umu ". bets continue \erv .inkrt ?*r" l-at M. a.lil? imr.K>r , ' ? (Joi.t h^ r v rati* ha??- ? to l?a? a ^? b d,N at, b*aX. ^uk ' . rl T "" A Ka.licit xl'K.iirti ,i. **gUa?ifc m4af '* <i?a?' ?? 1 ii< h .r *"dH!ar.ht1ti^Lvrcth?i^r^0<eiera'" ' ot Hi. M??i,cWw BH.rin.jj !ot u? - ?, .. A m2(?.inn? rir?'. ti?.Mlar night; lu^ o?uu?M\. 1 rrraidcm triini ri 11 )k r*rm Fi't't BHlr* fr.im Kiri.wo,Ht, ,IMi ' < an,Mr let. tin train a" tin^ it.,L " I hi'1^ I101141 fMUl fia? drHffl tilt* Ph ?l* III ? Ullll. 1 ft.|^ a a 1 t? 1! * 9 rr* % =irt,r.tr?rS--Mvr into the barn*. ?i? ?or?J lirant ..L i ' *??" < J-r. led a r^ e a.U, .Mr*. Jan. ai?l mm die!?.r?, rb^J/u r i t ' !*???**? thro?fbthel.uii?lin,fi? at the <i.nin?.in cattleonone* ,|e , ,.i *f ?I 4BI not |.roi?l hi tii?t ?to< k im, . f *oh^v* Ho"u "-??? Aw-.'ev':; t3: ,.. _ .. BUwiHd *r?K K. isas: sa r owner and to'ii.,','M*!,i'u.r'!xVu*'* b.lt> a.Klairy Itamc Mrurtur. jT,,, 'i''A Hi It?tout vrarlii,i?? ti.ra. ?*? ino tbr.e ?Va. ?,o . Vt*,'"0,1 ' t?oMallk.np. and .-iabt i'o?k 1 'r ?" .-? 1.,.inissizstirz 1??; '?? 5 ;ri-T 'A.U-S,',", 'Z Jil.M ih vt*l V fi'Vora .? * 1 r' 1 ??. p; ;n rj^sr.-iH-Ss-.a Tr kll(f). ami tbe Prtrklclit ?!th \lr drove AloBt tbc Grunt u j o?afiu 1^^ 2SAiut5 oV' ^K^rLT:, fb'^ ?tM coa^r1*"*ckief u,r"' ^ F- * be cour*e wa> ac^ute?e?l iu W1 ilr ll-T,"C.?>E*T H"v f-TKAIi. IadM vMte/S^!2>nL7? *' "" etMbh th? iaoie^ > i>flte.l rh?- D, ?? |,oni?>?tr*<1 a i,r?. ran.Mii,* kind ot a l.ml.|:i,c .,,4 lrL * \?^ or, u,.Hd by Mr. tlnai a uJfyTrL????? 7 ??r^juT tb..;." .n Uo WW," 8^^ ^ t^ri?,ZZ7??"n' * """? As POSTAL ( ABB* Will BTObaVlv aouu !?? .. circulate, it may kw.li tlZ" ;,' ,, " ba\e been uhJ to facilitate a Man. K J France, an individual a<nt da tv *.? rai af*.?? ~ - Another indicate.! to the fat-ifor that 1 is r1?.:"",' ,rJiz'? 'IWaSKSMSK ft ? ^ * noOiry, ntf v*>u to r^'i at bw office an mmii ax pMaible t?U.w moii ot Ihe i>roj^it\ of th. !kte Mr it ' AMonish.d at the ?>,??? of til ence. the ind.M-reet p^ter -ZSTJ^' to Ibe u-r .^ l^ro.er J,r%BrT aBBiaa, nuddciilv di?5>?-^ar, 1 TY h >- 01 duly inforae*Vthe*t!??r wrr* raid?!1"* ' ,i,ou?f,J, did'ait need it " F.;J rntu" twfUe^rve<1 b^Br NA.-jr?U rtTiSl& ^'?Tia Uj S!SS"*4/*" * iBianat ill Biidapriux ' <1*w br the eaj.t from nnnanal M-reriti?? ^".i e*" but W?|f re iMi ?in , . 1 ?! thu winu r, that tbev are niiu?ual and ' ctUfee Ijeculiar to WbwMatei' or u,1TJlL!r *fr?r,nte.l thai, Nebraska oTTtaT along the line of thaV1^ -1Ue fe<*nt atora, i; defer, iB, *?>?*? The wind Mre|.t ore* SLTSZLThS^** ?! ltk* ot seventy mile* an hour k ^ * velocily dowB and bidden troia ai?n? *^2. **" Mown "'?w- valuable cattle* ataninedod^fi^ and were ka-t and drw^TJr^?! -? were rroten to death ?.MrpriVr'* ?* ?*+*" S3; ****** feet, an! ao ^rr^ r^T. u to packed that loaded LIL* iriiei. over it wri, a.terw^d A Kkv kbb> d Bwivdlbb.?Ab A woe ia tod Preaa diapatck Iraaa ?o^4ib ?ya: 1b tke aope rior criaiinal court lU-r. Mr. Hatchlaoa L.? been conricted oi" awl lulling tbe aextoa of Kt. Pa, . church Boetoo.ont of tlli.OOO, through a preioBdad baatiioaai cojkartnerahlp Hnkrbin Hoti ia a elergvitan of the frauaUBt Kpmco|>al ebarck. and wai- formerly connected with Hmm1 of 9m ?. scoiia. ABEtfT Br A Ht?it o* THiCmrntr Raaa^CLKMBaT?Harriaon Graabr. a KtnU -..wrwa Oram !?". a I'lul. delpbia bauker. waaarrealad ia that cit* rc? tardav 00 a cl.arge of embeszlhk< Bi.i ? >'? ?tocke be knifing to B merchant. At the !?? jm-: tfin B-hf-il 1 1 - -1 - ? ? ? ?wnfMi ai tar b'Ar tik^ the caae war pcwtpon-.l until Saturday Kuaa^ra are afloat of large indebtodnaaaat.it tm*''- *?? arbriag from tiiccoiatkM 1b atMl" aal n 1 cot at*. Skkatvb HaM.IT^v Anr> Ilia HaX?T -? Ragerctowa Tu-itx a- r.rf tolJ? a aU> * of Mom tor liamtlton, to tke effect ttiai w1 i< ?*. a - talking to bla tarm manager a aboil 1 m *na bo waa attacked in tbe rear bir aa ;rr-?-?'n' ram. who knocked bla Ml Of fW alike *Tjfc

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