Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 4, 1857, Page 6

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 4, 1857 Page 6
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4 MEW YORK HERALP~ KDilJH AND PKOPRICrOK. ?PI? X. w COHNlbt OP PULTON AND HAMAD HPS. TERMS mil in ?W?. ffet D*n V HERALD t nrnO pr .?W,I7 annum. THE MEELKy HER A LD nvry hwimi, at n1^ " ?u muy w Bi'n lAi Bar praa i-Uti'n, it pnr annum to mm* pmn yi ti-nt Bt ilium, vr tfi i>. iny ;?rt m l*. Corrfinmt, M to p?layr. Wnfeanaa im Wo. 8* amvsatum this rvicbinu. HOAPVaT Till-: at RE, Broadway ? fizarro??'uc?in Jam. _____ WERT thkvtrr. B?w?ry?k akwel, t/f* drovr; or, mtailiw tbc Jkhsits?bkioa??'9bor?sirrev farmer. WVRTON'fl NEWTHEATRE, Broadway, ovpoaite Bond*, fen tvie au^-cuables ii?a nev (jaiiiua wam.ack'8 theatrb, Broadway?Carole?waiting PM POBBO. laura kbur'S TpfATRS, til Broadway?facat mm maiwokite?lot* u> *76. AKRRICaM TFXaTRR. Oaeoabrtra ?tro?t -CnAwn's hie i hi ann g?uw Pat-Corteriebiit rm. Kic-hk*. AIADKRV of music, FourtecBtli at?italia* OrsBA? la Bbovatorb. ____ barium's AMRBTCaN Ml'MClM, Broadway ?Afler Mewaud ctrbim?Rimi uablbt. bo. 0hr18tt and wood'h MINSTBELSf 444 Broad nap?Ethiopia* Pebpormaoobr?New Tear Calls. BOOKLET'S SRRSNADaRS, 665 Broadway?Ethiopian BfenoRBABOBa?So?*A?aiaA. mohatncs* ball, 472 Broadway?Nkeo Mblodids, fe, BY BaiABT1* Hll-aTMEAB. few Yark, Wodneaday, March 4, INST. Walla for Eanyc. an nbw tore hbralb? edition tor borofb. fet Canard sleanehtp Aata, Captain Lott, will Wave MdB port la-May, tor Liverpool. Tfea maila will elaaa in Uila city at a qnartar part eleven OMaak la tfea aantag. tba Baropeaa edition of tba Hbbalo, printed la Fraach ana RB|Uab, will be pabUabad at tea o'clock la tba moralag. t ingle coplee, la wrapper*, alxpanoa. abaartpUeaa and advi rlieementi tor any edition af tba few Teen Hbkaiji wUl be reoelved at tba foUowfeg plaoaa la Earope ? laaaoa?Am. & European Expreaa Op., II Kteg William it PiiD- Do. do. 8 Place do lo Boone. Imum-Do. do. 9 Chapel sweet. ImRroin?John Boater, 12 Exohaage itroet Eait avaa?Am & European Kxpraea Oo, 21 Boo OoraelUe. Bho ooataata of he European edition of the float lo OrtB combine the news received bp mall tad telegraph at ho o0oo daring the prevtooa week, and ap to the boor of pahBnallua Malta for U?o Paelfir. MV YORK BniLD-CtLUOlNU KDITIOK. mo Waited Btaleo mall aieamahlp IiliaoU, Oapt. CartBagge. will leave this port to morrow afternoon, at two Otatoch, tor Aaptawall. Iho matte tor Oaltforata and other porta of the Paolflo WW ataoe at one o'oicck. mo Maw Tons Tskit Hmui?California edition? teaming the lateel intelligence from all parte of the world, will pa pabhohad at too o'clock la he morning. agio ooplea, la wrapper*, road? lor matltag, alxpeace. dgwti will pleaee aead la their order* as aarlp a* poo _ Tkr News. The closing proceedings of Congress last night and this morning were marked with the usual aeenes ef confusion, apart from the ordinary aj>psvprislion bills, the new Tariff act, the provision Mr a line of mail coaches from the Mississippi to Baa Francisco, the passage of the Minnesota land trill with a liberal grant to Alabama attached, the aakaowledgmeat of the services of tieneral Scott by the Senate, and the remarks of Messrs. Bach* an and Breckenridgc, accepting the trusts conferred on them by the people, will claim attention. Washington was jester day crowded with visiters. The inauguration ceremony of to-day promise* to eeltpee, In point of numbers at least, all previous sessions of the kind. We learn that Mr. Buchanan's inaugural address will not be put into the bands of the printers until to-morrow. There being but one wire working be tween this city and Washington?the poles of the Morse line having been blown down at the Susquehanna river on Monday?it will not be possible to receive in season for to-day's evening edi? At % 1.# -1?4?^O ?# ?ho Ml WOTT man a nriri biituki m nk We hhall, however, we hope, receive the document in tell over the wires in time for to-morrow's paper. Both houeee ?ere in full Man at fojr o'clock this terming. See oar telegraphic despatches for details. The rubjeet of the removal of the (Quarantine ground occupied the attention of both branches of tee Legislature yesterday. A joint resolution was Introduced in the Senate and adopted, appointing a mniittee to confer with the State of New Jeraey te referenoe to the matter. The steamship City of Washington, which left Liverpool on the 14th ult, arrived at this port last evening, and the mails brought by the Niagara to BotU/d wete delivered in thia city at I* o'clock yesterday morning. We lad already received the chief points of the news by telegraph irorn Halifax, hat publiah some details taken from onr flies. The British House of Commons had been considerably excited by two separate Parliamentary encounter-* which took place between Mr. Disraeli and Lord Pahnerston on tlw subject of the existence of an Anglo French wcret treaty rr.aiantying to Austria ber Italian province*. We pab iah a report of toe debate*, which will be found very interesting. Sir Bsbert Peel had made an explanation to the llooae f hi* famous speech at Haltley, in which be alluded to the Archduke < onstantlne of Kueaia, Count de Homy, and the Prince dc l.igne la reply to vari aas interrogatories respecting the Anglo-Persian tear, Ixrrd Palmereton, while deprecating a discos toon of the subject, as Incompatible with the public interest, stated that the negotians for a settlement of the difficulties had been commenced ami eo far bad been conducted in a promising manner. The aterre in the Patch West Indies are to be liberated It was denied in Madrid that < General Concha had been removed from the post of Captain*I enseal of Cuba. Wo have new* irom South America by way or Hfagtand. Tht dkl? irr, Rn?MM Ajttm 2d, Montr I video fttb. Rio Janeiro 14th, Hahia leth and Par nambnro 21 Ml of January. Yellow few wai very prevalent at Rio and Pernambuoo. Thirty-eight permt had been attacked >? board the British mail packet A too. at the first named place, bat only wo of the number died. In Rle during the month of December sales of coffee were made to a vast extent, and prices rose folly 200 wis per amba. t latest date toe market was leas animated, but prices had still adraaoed- The sugar market was active end ruled tgaia higher. Freights had declined. Trade waa krtak at Beano* Ayree. Hides and wool were very dear, hat tallow wee do< lining. There is no pulltkal aowa The steamer (Juafcar OHy anired yesterday from Havana. with dates Is the Sugar* had a declining tendency, am p^^kwere firm. The health of the city waa oacoUo^A, We have advl.-es from the CspWof vend Hope to neetmbar 22. The colony waa traagmi.dpt the set tier* feared that the Kaffres wave oeaaptriag to cat and carry off their growing cropa, which were very flae. Krrm Sun Doming wr Ir-iru that e* PiMWiH | hantana left the country on the 11th a# January I under mntence of baaiahacnt. The population I termed oat to witaeas liia departure, but ao iadt^'ty I wae offered to the exile. *h>4(i , A party of flee notorious rlvrr thieves were ornate d at Keypori oa Monday aad brought to this ?ty H appear* that oa Hunday night last they aarrecord la robbiag the bonded warehouse at Jr aey of a ijoantity of valuable jroodh, whlph they plac ed on t-*rd a yacht, intended to tart the pleader wuaeuhcr* la New York. The f a-toos ?tara whkh peersiled. bowerer, dree* the mm\ N1 down the bey, and she went aeho"? wwr Keytwrt, where the rogoea were capture 1. They hod siffcied dresdfully from oo?l, and wens utterly exhausted when t?Vew? v> give a irr?phic wonit elsewhere of their perilous voyage and capture. The toi*?ee were remanded to New Jersey, to lie dealt with by the authorities. We have -eoeired s co?y of a bill which recently pureed the Kanr.iS legislature, providing for an rniini'l.i'U'II in t.ur lU'iiluiuiinnui me iviriroj wa the eVrtion of (jclegites to a convention to form a ?tatc constitution, toitether with ' lovernor Gary's message vetoing the name. The hill was trained by the pro-slavery leaden, and wan their pet scheme whereby Kansas was to be Made a slave State. The action of the Governor, howeve , has effectually pot an end to the plot. He doea not he ieve in K naaa setting np bosine-s on ita own account for aanM tine to come. The Board of Ten Governors should have met yesterday, bnt no quotum appearing they stand adjourned until next Tuesday. The reports of the Wardens show that 6,696 persons are now in the public institutions, showing a decrease of 34 since last week* The severe cold of the past few days has had the effect of closing the Hudson river at several poihts. The steamboats which left Albany on Monday evening?vis: the llendrik Hudson, the Francis Hkiddy and the New World?were frozen in at Castle ton Point, and had not arrived at this city at a late hoar last night. The passengers were compelled to re main on beard. The investigation into the charges against the Manhattan Gas Company was con luded yesterday, and the committee will report soon. Professors El hoi ana uoremus gave interesting testimony, toe former explaining in some degree the nnavoidable causes of many complaints The committee acknowledged the courtesy of the company in rendering them facilities for their inquiries. Mr. Illankman summed up yesterday in behalf of Mr. Bolton, of the alleged filibusters, and the case was adjourned till Saturday. Proceedings with reference to the estate of Dr. Burdeil were commenced yesterday, before the Snrrogute, whose offise was crowded with anxious spectators. Iter. Mr. Marvlne was examined at length, as to the marriage of Dr. Burdeil and Mrs. Cunningham. A full report of the case is given in to-day's paper. The particulars of one of the most fiendish wifemurders ever perpetrated in this metropolis are given in another column. The parties, named Miller, reMdsd at No. 326 Madison street. According to the teslnaouy elicited upon the Coroner's inquest the husband beat, choked, and finally stabbed his wife with a knife. His horrible barbarity continued at intervals over a space of nearly two days, and the poor victim expired under the infliction. The hn->>i>nd will be examined to-day on the charge of causing her death. Gotten continued Arm yesterday, with sales of about 1,600 hales, cloatiig at about 14c. for middltsg uplands, and at 14.vo. a H'.c. (or midditag New Orleans. Dour was la raibsr belter demand, and prices some Armor. Wheal was quia, the only sals of moment was oonflue to southern whits, at f I 76 Corn was Arm, with fair talae. WeaUrn mixed sold at 71J<c. a T2K?., flouthm old and new yellow at 76c , and ell white Jersey at 79c. Pork exhibited mora Armaess, with more dolog, at tit 76 a 623 60 for new mem, and $23 ftr old. Bugara ware more buoyant, widk mora doing The aalaa embraoad about 610 hhds. Cuba musoovado, a) prloea given In another column Coffee waa Arm, bat quiet end 164 mats of Java brought l?>?'o , at four moatha. A statement of eiook, Ac., will be found In aa>thcr ooiassm. Freights were without obaoga In ralea, while a fair amount was oflsrlng. Tike Inauguration of Our Tew Prtddeiil? The Incoming Admin 1st rati on. The inauguration of the fifteenth President of the United States, James Buchanan, lakes place at Washington to-day. With the pronunciation by him of the oath prescribed by the constitution the administration of the last four years expires and the new one begins. It will begin, too. under highly favorable auspices and indications of a im n/iiifn) /ISrmlflf <1 antikfa/^ijipv fiful uii/^/in>^.4?iiI administration, both in regard to our internal and exterior relations. Franklin Pierce has been a failure?a deplorable and disastrous failure?to his party and to the country. Elected almost by the unaniinous vote of the thirty-one States of the I'nion, upon the basis of the conservative principles embodied in the great compromise measures of 1WO, his way was clear before uim. Hut instead of building his adrainistra-ioo upon the solid rock of the Union sentiment of the country, v> c.Tpp^-d in those great measures of peace, he proceeded to erect a mongrel establishment upon the shitting sands of faction. He would harmonixc his party, and so he proceeded to a mixtd Cabinet commission o( Northern free sellers and Southern secessionists; and thus hts downwatd career was commenced in advance of the di luiiive promises of his inaugural. With Mr. iiuchanan the case is widely different. Elected, lilet Pierce, upon the strength of the Utflon sentiment of the oountTy, and in spite of the expressive popular minotity to which the democratic party has been ttduoed by the tollies, blunders and crimes of poor Pierce, it is well that Mr. Buchanan has thought It tafcfit to fall back upon first principles. In this view, the ap|>ointod of hi* Cabinet, beaded by home of tbe most prominent men associated with the names of Cbty and Webster in the passage of the peace acts of 1H54, removes tbe new administration at once from IV-roe's road to ruin, and gives the country and the world a solid guarantee of a conservative government at home and abroad. Tlie policy of compounding with Northern dieorganizcr* and Southern secessionists, fllibua tcn>, and all tb<v odda and ends of faction, In view of another democratic nomination and another tarn of office, is openly repudiated by Mr. Buchanan. His position is an independent one. He has no second term of office to ask: he has secured the ultimatum of his ambition, excepting the desire to return in March. 1?11, to his rotiremen' with the approval of the country and with a clear conscience, before God and man, in having redeemed his oath to fulfil the duties of his high office to the best of his abilities. While the < abinct affords us the most satisfactory a-uranc of a firm, consistent and l'UURcn?inc |?uuvj' uinuv ths ecb? men of all actional disorganizer? on ib< slavrry question. we are alno a* enrrU tbat no fears need he entertained that G jn. Cass, as Seerrtary of State, is equivalent to an " Inevitable" foreign war. <)n the contrary, we have it from various reliable source* of information. tbat in the late discussion of a treatj In the Senate, and in his outride conversations, Gen. Caw has expN*"*1*! himself a? a man of peace, and in tavor of peace rather than war. to the last reasonable extremity o forbearance. This peace patter, bow \er. will hardly be that ' m,utterly inactivity'' concerning oar foreign relation# tteh. with ail its "sound and fatj," has cbarac-' ^b?d the l'ierco adminuitratlon. but something It will rompr? brnd the expansion of our OMMRitl hrterexK the enlargement of oar poMtteal Ir.flaenr" abroad, and the extension of oar pbyflee1 boundaries, m fir r compatible trlth mm Internalioual good faith an<l the interaato of the I nion at large. Briefly, we accept <bo inauguration of Jamee ? m YORK HERALD, WEI Bnobanan tm the inangwration not only of a new President, bat of a new governmental policy, foreign and domestic?a broad and homogeneous policy? conservative, jot progressve? tirm and prudent, yet liberal and expaiudve?devo*cd to tbe peace and prosperity of theUniou at borne. and to tbe dignity, honor and glory of the country everywhere. The DsIlncflartndoB Trwty.Th* !tew Mexican Crenry? M*. Bachanan'i Pulley. Among the legacies accruing to the new from the late adnunistration, are the Dallas Clarendon treaty upon Central American affairs, and the new and extraordinary treaty lately concluded between the government of Gen. Comonfort and our Minister, Mr. Forsyth, at the city of Mexico. The former, after having suffered, from all account*. a damaging debate in the secret discussions of the Senate npon the question of its ratification, was some days ago laid npon the table to await the views and suggestions of the new President The Mexican treaty will pass from the bands of Secretary Marcy to-day into the custody of Gen. Cass as his successor in office. The fate of both is involved in some doubt, though the policy of Mr. Buchanan in each case, we have every reason to believe, will be the policy of an ultimate ratification. The Central American treaty finds favor with all our commercial and conservative classes. They look upon the commercial developemento, facilities and securities which will flow from it, as of the highest importance; and to the protectorate of a commercial peace which it will give to Nicaragua and Costa Rica, as of far higher moment than filibustering experiments to AngloSaxonize the tropics, or the windy abstraction of tn-.Monroe doctrine. The opposition to this treaty comes from filibustering politicians, Southern democratic sympathisers with Walker, North.1 A ilivi TTCPWJIU JiUUVUiUUC UiCU UltUUUlUUB I Ua ? II Lb It' brueh with John Bull and higher prices for Western pork and hour, Southern ultra pro-emer; men who cannot swallow that contingent eiipu lation ot the prohibition of slavery in Honduras; but above all. the Senatorial opposition to toitreaty rests upon a disorganizing nucleus ol' party hostility to the new administration. Disappoint ed Presidential aspirants and ambitious section al agitators are at tbe bottom of this opposition, and the key to their course of action is the con trol of the administration for their own purposes, or its destruction through the dissensions and divisions they are prepared to bring upon tbe dominant party. There is also on opposition party of odds and ends arrayed already against the new treat; with Mexico; but they appear to be confined to the anti-slavery lactious of the North. This treaty provides for a loan ot fifteen millions to meat the immediate necessities of our bankrupt sister, extending to us. tbe responsible endorsers for the money, the security, or an opening rather. forUM security vi a oonu auu mortage upon slice of Mexico. Our anti-slavery^^^^H aud demagogues. whose build a wall of fire around l^^^outh, and whose watchword is "No more slave States?no more slave Territories,"1 are of course opposed to this bond and mortgage, inasmuch as Tamaulipas or Sonora annexed to the Union, any prwe but another Texas, and another Southern mate-weight in the federal Senate against the ctctshadowing power of the North in the House. Thus, against these two important treaties we ibdlhe extreme politicians and agitators of all sections of the Union arrayed. Bat the policy of Mr. Buchanan is not the policy of the ultras or fanatics of any section. On the contrary, we have, from the sarong conservative position which be ha? taken in the selection of his Cabinet, a stiong expectation of the final success of both these treaties. The internal peace of the Central American States, the security of their JEUIUIUS uaueii nmu e, HIM UIU IUU ?icvcAupcLUCUi of th'ir stupendous commercial facilities and resources, are practical things, which should, at tbi" commercial day, override all such impracticable theories a? Monroe doctrines, and the visionary rights of the Central American States as independent powers, for they arc not and cannot be indeperdenL We need have no fear of Eagland in this joint protectorate, with the power to modify this treaty to the simplest stipulations of security, and with a provision for its abrogation when it shall cease to Is- satisfactory. We hope, then, and expect that with such modilW'ionx as may be deemed essential. Mr. Buchanan will throw the weight of his cotmncl* In behalf of this trea'y and *<cure its ratification, and thus put an end to these bloody Central American .-',ua dtlos and disorders. We also entertain the impression that this new Mexican treaty will be made at least the basis for the redemption and regeneration of Mexico. Including the aforesaid bond and mortgage. The commercial and postal advantages which this convention proposes to give us, th?* debt* which it proposes to pay us, the pre-emption right which it proposes to concede to us in the supervision of Mexican affairs, are certainly very extraordinary stipulations, bat none the lees acceptable from tbeir novelty. Altogether they are equivalent to an incipient act of annexation; and this achievement by peaceable means is worthy our highest efforts of diplomacy and liberality. The re arttivocn rtf m M1 ill And trtl/ln 1?ln/v rlomvanf Irt Mexico are incalculable. This treaty ratified, their devclopemcnt would begin. The results,[In a few years. in conjunction with the Dallas-Clar endoo treaty, would probably give a greater impulse to our commerce and enterprise than that of the gold fields of California and Australia combined. Wc hope. then, and we expect, that under tbe practical administration of Mr. Buchanan, neither of these treaties will be rejected, but that both in their essential arrangements will be finally ratified for tbe pacification of Nicaragua, the regeneation of Mexico, for the sake of commerce, humanity and civilization, and to tbe great end of the extension of the power and the glory of oar great republic. Thk IxwoKTAf. SKvr.vnj.v?Tbe records of the Congress which axpired last night boar the names of seventeen Representatives, who are destined to gain an immortality after the fashion of tbe lights of the Newgate Calendar. Wo refer to tbe immortal seventeen memlters of the llouse wbo voted against the resolution declaring that Mr. Matteson was an unfit person to hold a seat in Congress. In former times, the legitimate nombsr of thieves was forty: but in this Washington hand we have, including the members who resigned under " sewcro outside pressure," and the expelled reporter*, only twentyone; Imt we presume tliat they hare made up In tit* amount of their depredations what they lack in number* At any rate, they will go down to 1 posterity with a far greater load of infamy than the burden l?rne by the original " forty." Room , for the immortal seventeen. >NESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857 Poor Tmkttt Church?Letthh i*OM John A. Dix.?We published jvetenlay a very long letter from Mr. John A. Dix, in relation to the affaire of Trinity Church, which have been for gome time under the consideration of a committee of the State Senate. It appears that the Church acts as almoner to several needy parishes, and that gome complaints have been made aa to the manner in which its income has been dis)mr?_* r? Ppftutna hhvo IpftfifUwl ltofnr?> ihf i VlT?l mittce that the Church was very rich, and growing richer every year; that its disbursements were made only to parishes holding the same peon liar views upon church discipline as the majority of the Vestry of Trinity, and that generally the corporation misused the power given to it by its great possessions. Mr. D x, who has been a vestryman during the past nine or ten years, contradicts all these statements. He says that the Church has been growing poorer instead of richer?that its expenditures arc greatly in excess of its revenues, and that it will be obliged to sell its real estate to pay its debts. Trinity Church has, in l'act, been so generous, so liberal, so earnestly engaged in converting the he&tbeu of the lower wards, that it is absolutely, according to Mr. Dix, in danger of starvation. Mr. Dix. however, declines to go into the disputed question as to whether the Corporation has any good title to the property which it holds, and which is leased for secular purposes. The great mistake about the whole matter was mad some time ago. The grants to Trinity were modi under the English law, which recognizes the Chnrch as a power in the State. The Revolution swept away all ideas of that kind ; but the grants to Trinity were not positively annulled, and were indeed partially confirmed by acts of the State Legislature. It must be apparent that religious corporations

like Trinity, which, from their great wealth, are able to exercise political power in the State, are foreign both to the letter and spirit of the constitution?while it is also true that the impossibility of purchasing the real estate held by the Chnrch has retarded improvement in the part of the city where it is.held. and absolutely depreciated the value of the property, when in other hands it would have been increased thirty or forty per cent- We all know the blighting effect that rich religious cor porations have had in Catholic couutriee, and bow olten the secular power has been obliged to interfere and protect the people from their rapacity. If it be true that Trinity church, so fur from being a crushing, close-listed corporation, which is the popular idea, is really a generous, liberal spendthrift, absolutely ruining itself by its tender care for the unwashed souls about the docks, as Mr. Dix would have us believe, w hy should not the Church sell its property now lea ed for secular purposes, clear off its debts and devole its energies entirely to its religious duties, leaving moHners, and laying up for itaelt , where neither moth nor where thieves cannot break Poor Pikw.k!?AlnlleliiinV we have renehed the last day of poor Pierce's administration. At twelve o'clock this day, the worst of the United States Presidents will retire into private life?we fervently hope, to enjoy the plantation which the Virginians propone?and no doubt will remember ?to give hic^^^ A Foot years augural, which pattod Mexico on llie back, 8d locked up and laid clear oat of sight and out of mind that dirty slavery quarrel; and what have they brought forth? As to foreign affaire, the ouly war he has carried on has been against the large, powerful, and formidable community of Grcytown: the only quarrel of any consequence, is a small, mean, dirty quarrel into which he got us with England alout a few ragamuffins whom John Bull wanted to hire for soldiers, whom Franklin Pierce wouldn't part with on any aoooont, and at whom palpably illegal departure for Nicara gua he has since found itnuflrenient to wink As to domestic affhire-starting in public life with a healthy, vigorous Union sentiment to buoy him up? he has contrived, In his four years administfatlnn in aa?htM?r> ?u?m1 t,.? It^Hi ? ??V ?HNNV^I HUV (jUSIlCI WCtnCCU and South to an unexampled extent, and narrowly to escape breaking up tho confederacy. He lA>- raiintlcd no uoc, and diiguoted all. The fourth of March ought to 1>: a wele rio day to Franklin Pierce! Mewl from Havana. AKR1V.IL OF TAB QUAKER CITT. Tba rtaamib p y.akar utty, Capt Uavta, iron Mobtto th* AM > ' Havana Ui? aeih nit , at soon, armad aara yiotardny 'nrraooa. Tba Qookrr Oty maaiaod tuarly hooro ta Havana. Bar paaatfc from lb* UM of laaHng Mob: I* ontli gen ay night Mat bad boao nnnanall/ Baa tar tba anaana or ih? yaar?otada light aad amoota aaa a loot alavan o'clock that ni|bl. Sandy Hoik di.-iant ?bwt eighty m'laa, It ooaawMd binning a fata at wind fro* tba V. w. by N varying to tbc N. K ., aroompaalad by a heavy tall at aaovr. and freezing bard, whioh eoattaued nail I Monday awn lag; tba groat?1 portion aI tbla Uaia liM wkad blavr n partoet hwrtcaoc, with a daogarooa baavy baa 1 aaa, ablp lay tag to, botag naablo to maho any baadray. At 3 P. M OB Monday, aalpped n aaa wbtoh aarrtod away tho arboord (forwnrd) Ufa boot, with tba dmrMa nad nil tho tack to At 8 P. M. tba gola aodaratod, bat ooatlaoad daring tba night blowing Iraob, with n hoary nan running. Soon after daylight teoda tba Highland* haortig torlbwaat Tbta ta tba aavaraat wcatbar tba Quakar City baa ax pa rteaoad tbia winter, nod gnw rortbar proof of bar oxool loot naalltiaa no n aoo boot, tor with lb* exeapOoa of tba taaa of bar boot, oho anatolood no furtbor dnmnga. There la nothing now to roport rrona Hnvnnn. Tba Cornivol, which baa bono vary gay tela reaooo, toralaatad aa th* night of tho 84th nit. with n grand aatqaoroda boll at lb* Taoaa thantra. Th* haolib of Havana in excellent, nod a eooUnnatloa of CM wanthar lndnaan a lorge portion at U?o vinUorn frao th* 1 oiled 8teCM to prolong tbatr May A tlavtr bod ootoiy londad to U>? ?toward of Hivanao cargo of 400 Movie Iron the oocat of Africa A ohip outer Dctcb (Bolland) cotora arrived at Havana, from CMM, aa lb* Mth, crowded wlU moll?. Bagar nod a teadaam to dooUno, hot pnoci raaaoUMt flrwi at loot adrie? HtorJt no hand it fa) bo* a ki ago on New York to ? per mot dteconnt, on I .an X to ? par coot prwlun, on New Ortaaaa 8 per crat a woo? i The Maawbtp Raoptra Oty, OrlfT?l. from Now York tor Now frtaaaa, arrived at Havaaa on tba Mto, to Mow tba mm day. mrvwm man m unniin(? APISHtmT OP hX-PRMIDItllT PiNTANA PROM TSK bOMIWICAM RRPrRl.IC. [rrw 1a ?ai.-u (W.tal, m Haa I XMBtnfo, Jin IS 1 oa iba Mb i ml, At ba.r part dm o okmk p. m., Katnl I'rtro hiuii arrived At lb la OapltaJ, aaoortad by thraa btMlrat borai teen nader lAa mmil of < ?. .laoa m (Abral. who Immediately pat btnr at the dtapoettioa of i.ew Fraaetiwo lucbti, antnai mnmui'Mr of the plane, ui whoa a reetdecoe ladgtope had bean prepared Par him by order* of U>? pervert meni NotwNbataod'iDC Uia St Ala had leaned a decree of accaaeuoa againa! Mtatara, la vtrtoe of private daaanote Oofi* aad ovmplalnU of lad aldnala and fam'iiaa, hh Ktoalency Uia Prvaldeot determined to ataialala the poem of tba community wtihool raooruag la My act wt>?<\h mlybt ahow lha iraat Irrtlatloa Aftar being troaard with ail lha I con* Aa'at Ion whloh M himaaif had aever e? tared dnr ag iha period at bia Pnetdeney, statota laft tha oanatr? m lha lltb a* midnight, oa board tha aalloaai wdnroaer <b-?me. aoaoaapMiod uf tha Mm later of War, lha no man and' r of tha pleoe. the tteaerala dal ClhM, Hua grte and Betiata, aad faveraJ cahar effloar* tha popoiaiioB lor mad a r*rtd Ma aMiaji wit ho at mating nay aipa of dtaapprahawaa or other o'ae raapaet I at lha mtafartnaaa af tha maa wba aarar raapaotad any. ihlrc M aaith. Md prrvlag. by tbatr geaer a aondaot, tho tr (aalloo with wbioh tbey had heea treated, and hr.w worthy lhay ara of betaf governed e-'-orritaf to .'hereacd ph'toooph aa pi-pc r>* I THE LATEST NEWS. BY PRINTING AND MAGNETIC TELEGRAPHS. IMPORTANTTROM WASHINGTON. Passage of the Appropriation Bills. THE NEW TARIFF. Acceptance of Messrs* Buchanan and Breckinridge. Finale of the Thirty-fourth Congress. PREPARATIONS FOR THE INAUGURATION. The City Overflowing with Visiters, *?., &?., Ac. Krum W**Uneton. HTICUL DlhrAtCH TO 111! USRALl). TBS CAPITAL INVADED BT POLITICIANS AND P1CCP00EST6? THB N?W CAblNBT NOT YET DECIDED ON?TBS PACIFIC GUANO ISLANDS, EtC. WAamaoros, Mar oh S, 1857. Every train lb at arrives bring* In lta thouian la. Tne etty Is already over flowing, and yet not one half of the "dear people" that Intend eomlng are her*. 1 never have aeoa so many broken down, dlaeaaed and worn eat politician* la ay life before. The prorhooaee have evident iy discharged their lnnatea, and the jails and penitentiaries their ptcapoeketa and thieveo. Mr. Buchanan Is overran with affloeholderi. He still hold* oat (m Um two appointment* or Toaoey mad Jone*. Too boat Informed this areolae my that toaoey I* oat at the ring, and that Clifford to the lucky man I hmratt from Mr. Bockmamn himself that ha will not fla upon IhOM two appointments until TboraJay, whan ha will and to tha Senate hi* entire Cabinet for contirmaitoa. The New York Hotel ohqne are on tha ground, Mowing and gassing at a tremendous rat*. Ooa. Pi area's Cabinet bad their last meeting la-day, aad it Is tald there was weeping, and walling, aad gnashing, ot teeth. The Vice Prealdent, Mr. Breeklnrtlge, appeared '.a the lobby ef the Senate aad House to day, and waa greeted by many Meads. The Nary Department bare sent orders, which toll hare this errnmg, to Commodore Merrlne, who la stationed at Panama, to dispatch a reaeel to the American guano Islands to fulfil the orders given him some time age, and which he failed to perrorm. The Minnesota Bill road bill paaaed the Senate t* day, aad baa been signed by the President. It was prepared aad passed by MlnnasoUaaa generally, aad principally by^ H. L. Moea and Mr. Chute. It appropriates three millions of a ores of load. CONFUSION IN CONORKSS?AKnANORMBNTH FOR THE N16DT?ARRIVAL OF MR. COBS. Ten o'Jlock P. 11. The Oepltol Is densely crowded with spectators. Boslneas waa never before li such confusion In the two Houses. But lew of the members seem to hare any Idea of the condition of the many bills ponding. The Appro prlatloa bills and their various amendments are lying heads sad tails. The committees of conforenoe hare taken entire charge of them. The Preeident and Cabinet havo taken possession of the Vice-President's room, where they will remain during the ntghl. This to a convenett arrangement to enable PM. Bon. Bowel 1 Cobb baa returned and or tera at onoe np on the discharge U kin datioa an Secretary or the Trea t nry. ran omal onerarea. abbital 07 kb. btychabax abb kb. bbbobiwbidde ?pbbfabatiom bob tbb imamobamok? tb e m1n>mota land bill, vrc. ViBDom, Karon I, II'.: - 4Kb Jndgaa of Km Bafrwi Chart wM m Mr. Bu akaaaa w lay, at hie raaaaa at tka National Hotel. Kr. BirtkiKci arrived hero thla morning, Ho vlaltod tbo Booaa and waa auroaadad by crowd* of kta frtrida. Tbo oily la the aoaao at the greateet excitement The aTtnoaa are donee!y crowd*d with etlLaiea and atmacera of both nexee, BOtwdhataaduig the oo Id. An immense Bomber are at the capital, and aUll greater auabere are wending ibetr way thither. The bxtela and prlrate boardIig booaea are overdo w<ag, and many panoo* donbtleea, will pane tbo algbt la the atreeU. ibla In probably the greeteet influx id itaheae ewer known. Borne minor Ogbti bare oocurree, bat nethlag seitona la likely to taae piaoe Kxpeeta Hon la ea the tipt<? for to morrow. By the now tarilT bul wblett ba paeaed OangreM, the r'Hue tag arttalaa are olaiaifled tone:?Wcol, all erdar twenty par aant at Urn port of exportat'oo, free all oror Ihtt amOBBL twenty foer per oe t. tobacco and mine* fcoturrd toba^oo tail twenty ptr oent from Urn old raiaa; btu.p er all vmda fall twenty par owl. wine*, epirtta uil cardial* fall to thirty par oent; bicke, u Merrhan .toe, red net d twenty per oent; lance* ul blanket* Ilneeed, tree; ilateee.l red need twenty per oent; iucer and tioa med at t*cntyl<>ur per cent. Mr. CampbgU'a free Hat la either an'iatantl* ip re talced or kepi In the lonr per ceat or other low schedule*; neechtd printed or dyed cotton and detainee, twentyfuer per oent; all other* nineteen par cent. President fierce gave a reoeoMoe nl noon to a commit tea ol the city anther Wee and many citizen a A com pit mania* y ad drew waa made by Mayor Magreder, to which the rrealdent replied in eaiinble teres* The New F-ag'aad and Pennsylvania appolnUneata to Oabtnet have aot yet beea definmiy aottied. The Annate baa agreed to the Hcaee amendment to tho Mm a* Vote Load bU), firing *00,000 acre* of land to l?? f railroad parpoaea. tho Mil a vol da nearly altogether praled by Goagrooo. M'liMta la to bora the aaUro it* poaol of tboa. Thta la tbo Mlaaaaoto Mil porfoolod fey i bo Hoc 10 OomBitteo oa Pnhbo Laada, aod la ooaaaetioa with which nb)oet oorrupUoa waa allogod. Haw York popart of Monday atoratog worn moofrod to-Bight. la tbo Biaictpal eloottoa at Alnaadrta to day, all tbo ABortoaa oaadldataa feat oao warn eboooa. Tho SofeBoiiao lolograpb Mil waa ngaod by tbo ProatJoat thla ereatag. alt roar Taa o'Ctor*. Tbo r rat ideal la at tbo Oopftol, la tbo VIao Prcotdoaia rooat, tlgalag fetlla, tad all tbo Oabtaot aaaapUag Maaara. ttaroy had Dobbta aBlatlag la tbotr tmaiaaltoa Tbo gaUartoo of botb Honaaa, tbo utaata, tad paBaga araya aro deaaety crow dad by thoaaaada. da extra olortcal toraa la OBptoyad to taaUNala CeaIrataloaal feaaiaoM. Mr. luohaaaa la la aaaaaU taalgbl with taaldaoHal ftitada, taeladlag Goaoral Cob. Mr. Cobb, of uoorgta, rataraod to tbo oMy IbM altar Tho Naomi Oaart or laqairy to-day tiaaaaml tbo ataatlaaUoo al wttaaoaai la Iba aaao or Lioat. reaaiagtoa. Tho Rath ftor the Capital. Baitimokb, March 1.1u7. Up ta Uila moralag taa Uiamtaal paaaaagar Uckato bad boaa told bora for Waablagtoa. Tblola oxeJaairaaTthoaa hartag tbroogb Uekota Iiwb otbar palate. Tbo trmloa tblo afteraooa took dowa tare Ibomaaad paBtagara, aad aa laatoaB aambor rotag dowa la tbo attratef Now Or It oao Bolla, froa Malar day to Toooday taoN tiro, bora bow raatlrtd ffW Y?rk Btnnlrlpol BWtloai Arorma, N. T., Mareb 3, 1887 Thr maatotpbl tHeUm m thto oily today mIM la the obotre ef nr. (baetof Hrtrgl, l*? repnbltobB oaadl dale tor idayar. by *M majority. The republtoaaa ?m nvwtoil la aleclliy 0T0ry candidate oa to tor oily u4 ward liebrt. Forrnarraa. Mareb .1, 1IIT. Tb? drtar. ralte candidate tor Mayer la atoatad by a larya a-ajority, aad togtit oat cf Uta Ira Aldermaa ara drmoeraito. Unci. Mtrcb 3 186T. Tba rapoblloaaa bare e tooted A. Hnbbei) Mayar by 300 majority, aad all to tor otty Unkat axorpt taa Marahal Tbey atoo fleet roar oat ef taa aaraa Saparrtaora, aad an aat ef tba algbt Aldanaaa. taor Marob 8,1M7. Tba nberter etoettoD to day baa raealted la tba laaoaaa I ef tor tmrrioaa party A. AUiaa, Aatartaaa, la atootad 1 Major by a aatali a?)?m/ Tba Atoarlnaaa hare ataa a majority la toe Oommoa Onnatol Fire at BaMwtaarlUr, IVi V. lUtbwawviLia. N. T , Marob 8, 188T, Tba rtera of W B aad D Htonaoa, oa tba aooto aide of tor rirrr, waa daatrayed tola morulay loaa aetimetad at )?,CH ;aaanuiud IT.808. MOTHMMI NNRHi MiiT^ nMmm oownvm. ^ n? ?m ii?iii i? iimiiii^h < mw frww ik? Omimm *a MM|, providing Mr MfctaM tmttmmj riMn to um mIH< moia Klir.mifl flllW f>?I llilMI Ml. Iktanu, (r*p.) of ni, Mid (bar* WM m t$ to Ink* ndattMul UMIMM7. B?ri(uMiU?aH atmrikvy proportion. Tb* protaolnnlo nliogo thnl^H lk*r* WM 10 total OOOTWllW Of lh* two kmataao lk*^l day ef faction; and that la net daaiod bT the awing ?n-^| Imf, who ooly aftrma that ho *m theM h* wOwttrH of oil the membera composing Uto legislature of tbo^H SUte, the) helot thoa and tor that purpooe aaoamblod uo^H joint convention. There woe oo leeoo wtth regard facte npeo whloh It wae oompotont to toko parole taott-^H mony. Mr. Fitch. (don ) of lad., reviled that Mr. Tr?m-^h ball bad Timed oa a previous occasion, pad repeater? MM that aMnmption to day. that all the laou ware before th?MH B> oat?; bet ha desk a the oorrectoeee of that statanaaat. Wh? o all U?e faoU ehaii ho laid biore the Senate tbeyH would ralee the blaah of shame on bobm of the other Mda. if they were not Insensible to that emotion Toe journal about whloh ao much bad been aald, vaa aot that of Uto Legislature, but merely the journal of a mob, net reoagnaed by be ooaatituuou ot Indiana. The Senator IraaH llimota had presentee two papers, one of wbleft purport. ad to be a copy (I the journal, ana the other the oritfaat journal, and had aiao given what he called an abetraot of facta. but Mr. fitch remarked that theae papera neatlletod with both, and neither of toe three told the trnth. Mr. Toomhh. (dtm ) oi Ua , replied that If the aOegaration* el meriting numbers were true, the Soaaior lrom luJiaaa war ciea'ij obMUed to hie eeat; but thoeo allegations were denu d and that wae the reaaoo the Judietary Cooimiitec aad anted the Sonata w give then power lo take additional u alimony. They did not urhdt 10 dtcliie tho care on ex parti ktUmony; they wanted to gt t at the whole truth Mr. Wuxaa (dem ) ot Cai., with a tlew to ternlhaf tho tehato, moved 10 table the resolution. Mr BkimiT (dem.)oi inc., hoped that the question would on ueotoee inrtnwitn. Mr W*u kk rtr'i *o ir>at ouleea It waa done It would he impoMibie to get tbroogh the publlo bualneao. The reroluiioc waa tabled by Ave majority. tarry errmoPkuii >n bill? jvrnca to am. bcott. The army approprUt'ou bill came op. Mr. Toonns auhmiiicd an amenomuaL to rive Lieut. 6*a?ie> Scot! bin errtan or pay and tha elaima whlob Merdvf Darin refuted to allow. Mtaaro. Cam at.a clay uppoeed, and Measra. Bma aad Ioobm advocated uie amendment. Adapted by Ova n.njnmj. Tba denote made older am> Ddmentat^lha bill, aad Ibw "*Tbe Sedate paeied tb* Hauee Poet Kaote bill. ran tmiyr mix. The report ol the Committee or Confereaoe waa Idea abeo't'.rd and panted See another column. Aojuorned. TUESDAY'd PRJOKKDINGd. Wahui-vcto*, March 3,1M7. m maty am> roaxnncAYtoii ArraoraiAYio* hilia piimii. The Senate flbnoad the FortiBcalion bill; the bill lor Iba aeaatraeJaa of a penitentiary la Nebraaka aad eaata Kaaaaa, aad tba Wavy A||i ipataMaa MIL una maoa aa aaaouaamaa. Mr. Mniaa, at Obi. prcaoaead a eawaantcattoa from the Viea FiaaMaat alert, anmprtag tea afflaa, aad prtimining to try aad 'ultti i?k dauaa. tint uvtt arent) tola won hill?oouAonoa or rcrrtom 81a-ikii ?_ thb tamumhw wataa waaaa, arc. Xne Ciril Appropriation bill waa debated aad paaaad. Ore of the amendmenu to It appropriates 171,000 for tba l Ollceuon of agricultural tettauoa aad tba dlatiibotloa at reed* treat the Patent (Alloc; and $8,600 to eaabla tba C mtnitnioner to collect intern alios renptoUag tba ooairmptioo oi cotton tn nil tbe oooatrleo of tba world. Amcnumtnta ?rrre adopted granting $1,000,000 for tbe continuation ol the Warnl igioo Aqueduct and $*00,00$ tor tbe eonttrnctiou of a new dome on tbo Cayttrl. A rectM waa tfceo uk ?u While tbe above bill waa uader ooaaldaratloa, Mr. Adam*, of Miaa., proponed a new taction, allowbig railruad (v mpaaiee to carry ih* mall for etgbt yeara la payment tor all datlei on iron foe tbelr reade. Mr. Bmutm of Pa., earnratly oppoaed tbe amendment. He a ad com ii tbnt tbe tni 10 aueailon wea lettiod. aadt or dc? mat m.p'e??lo? t* cad voted Tor Us report of Uo C? mail We on foarereeoe, mi kind of aoon>pro?Ue kt* t? r?i. the various cusp isle roils la this oooatrjr. Be mm eurprtoed to Had ibis stuck perstsUhUy il?? sfitaii lbs iroa latere ! Be retarded this ssModneofc *? f ff-Tiot a prerriom to rs'lroad coapsatss Is par b*?e foret|ta Iroa, asd Issued of paying lbs psssaat rates lor the anil eervtoe; it proposed to pap throe or four Hir es m Buoh 'or that serrloe. Ha oooid demonifave thses fools, but did so* wish ts take op Has. IT Ibe senate wou d vote down the aeoaadaosd ho wt old foitgo the remarks be proposed t? Aa)hke. Kixvs* O'Ciook P M. Mr. Jomd. cf Tf isenee. mewl to oaoad ihssssssd Best by toserttsg o p?ovtstoo making railroad Iran dirtr ree. He said the onl? way to deplete the Treatary was o tatke free (ends. He thought Us Iron I surest hod it joyed the any loss etouyh. Mr. BaoDitBAh of Pa., rose to o question of order. Sh reiieaguo bad been Indunwd is yud lbs floor from ao rpre'tloo that the ?u*>ject wm not to disoosaed. osd yet he Pesstor from tennessee wm innkltg a epeach apoo be inbisot blmteif. Mr. Josm replied he wm not to be bullied or bis Bed y this Iroa later* st My loeyer lis kostr b?e rights sad id*art to asinisln tbea. All be wanted was simply a *016 on hit propoellloc Mr. Brsx, of T?zm. remarked thai this ttht sheot offer log preBinms to railroad oompaatM to t?se a lorcigo Basnioetored artlele wm "all 10 my eye Batty Martin." Tbe l'?nne) lren'.t menu'ant-trert had arjoyod this dsty lor years. They had tehee it from the pockets of the frontier totes, wbieh were poor vbey bad had It sotoog tbattbsywcold yield It with very rreat relation*. tie bad no doubt bnt what they would rather bare tbs >pro?rtnlion olile fall *hem than Ium the b"uetrU oT the conirtbaOou wbtoh Had boon drawn from tie ported of lh? rttlsene of Tetae tad Mtteieelppt. For ersry fcuodrei doi'are wortb or ralroad Iron laid down tbo trot maniac torero bire pocketed leeilj fourdo iara; bet the p Moot prepoatUna M Mt to take cfl or reduce ibe dattee oo railroad iroa at all, an he Maid daa natral*, tf be eh. to to take tbo Ueea li era y al owed them to par iboea datlM > a d.ffemt manner tbaa m now rrondad Tbr tm< ndm- at to be amendment wae then rejected, by 10 aialaat 39, and Mr. Ada we' disagreed to bp XL against a*. Hair rtn Twmvt o'Ciooa. trb Tiinr.B*( t mix. Mr. Prrtir, or Mtcb fruio tbo Oommitiee oa OooMraaoe oa tbo laQotoacy Bell, made a report recommend lot Iba Henate to roeedo from lont ol Ibe'r amend rote. Tbo appropriation of 91(8 000 for booke for diatribe tea among mtabore wae reduce 1 to 9187,000 Mr. ftrrxM toped that tee report would be coacarrett tb, beiierteg it the beet tboy ond get Meecre liooa, Too*n< end Batabd opposed tbo rc- 4 port, proforrtng to loee ibe bill r* ber tbna y told teste bee tliity to tbo book Mtidnmi. Tbe report wet dleegraod by 9 agatnat 99, aad another Committee oa Ceaiertaoe aeked. rrcqeoBtly riolent and oooTu'flre attempt! ware made to obtain the floor Fifty m^mbere or more ware on. in. i lege bt moo err leg ont, Mr Speaker,'' bad (tearlebieg too paiUenlar bl to or maaaeertpw tbey w abed to tore eeaetdored. Numerous mottoes to ewpted tbo rotM to eonateer epeoido utile, bat (en members wo?o eoooeaelal Many gentleman were baarM Win bawling, to attract tbo Hpoaker't atUaUoa. Oao subject wae ao oca or die poena Uwa e<rh eceeaa were repeated wttb bot ilttie rartatioo, esoept tbe Spanker's efforts witb bt? rotoe aad baawer tn reel ore order rreuc aciuneae at ream Atrnor. Amoag tbo l>iue paaoed amid tbo ooaloaioo. wae oao for tbo ooiitruMtoo of a Cnaaom Honee aad Punt Offlon build lag at Perth jot. Bait rear On o'etocw. rurron awe n carreer ?m mm a . r m-rt, wl n . p> u H?W? an W ? VUVUtOUl W I f IVfJl KIbr m Initor trom N?? York, for Ma poor* 'rea* Ik* 4th or Mw?k. Tin matl num ru ra.ioMx Tb* Oaraa Mall KWa?rr A p~<roprioUo? MU ?U lhae Hkn up, u4 altar MM H traa paaaad vMhon* oaMea Mat IWa o'Ouooi The %*al? paaaad forty prtrala MUa, aad ih?a waai lalo Kaaaailra aaaataa. Haaaa mi EtpiiaaalaU***, movpat'b raocavitraoa oowtikcav. WArwmnroa, Mareh ?, IU7. f)imr<ro? a m a?ua?i i. Th* Baaoa paaaad iba bill author laac tha Batiataij ah War la eoatrael far tha r*Mral of abtrectlaaa la tha M*? t Miippl rirar, fro** Bailaa la tha Oaa Mataaa ramaa, at th* rataef two hudrad uoaaaad dailaro par aaaaai for tr* paara. A aatabar of ftaaala billa wara paaaad, tacludlag aaa tor tha aalahliahaMat al aa addlUaaal laad eOaa la Wlto TWl TAtirr RTT.T / Tha rapart af tha Oaamitiaa if Uoatoraoea "ae tha* takaa ap aad adapt** s*a aaothar oolaM. tAlTB roa Kipmnti mm* iuaat. Tha Haaata Mil, freatiag lard* to tha maaaeita ndlroad*, tra* takaa op aad aaaadad, gtrtng load* ta Aloha M tor a aimllar purpe*a. ddjoeraod. TTWDAYTI PBoonntNas. WAimimrraa, Mareh J, IttT. mmn comrm una to a*a rBA-oaaoo. ' Tha Boaaa oaaoorred la tha ftaaatal ameatnaeat tr? tha Mil prortdtog Mr a innately, aaaal Mathly, weekly or aarai weafetp Mia aM fro* MtoaMmd ta Sao wmmhu. suar roa m mill ,t?n ?wT mrm m? u*rv Tba Doom paaM ika Mil Mikori/iM lb? ^>?r?urr sir the Treaaory WmM Mr ? ?.?7f rtck b?ata>?n * ftmrn Man Bra bo naria* bo ptua tkr MM WO wMh( Um Iwm filntlM pi in. pl? IB I'M IMnf (Whir IMt. p tlitlf TW? Plflli? f OPFin llPOIt. " IM AfrkMitarM M wart priMiw k* - "^L<WII,J'W* ? ?nwi rmw l J'112 zrrt^^ ** r""*ntw* "m** ? ?? t/wUIm a?4 f 'Wbj MM rerM<M VM ratarrtal M ? 'y1 "**?'?'"7. wtWl M Mm TTL ^ MM Ml of CnnfMai JrOE? m "*? +*?*? **n n Birr* ,,,,,* J!L.yy MM loltl I'AMMtttM ? PorhmM aa<i KroakMfMf*. ^ w!7mm ^ prrfOFBMd UMtr?ity. Tm tar T?a >? piraat ootuxii? m r**r rwpwutt koaait %