Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 4, 1873, Page 9

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 4, 1873 Page 9
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special - T>epcfd)cn ?Wc\v SJorf au$ ^erliit. |i{f ijffcntlirlic riming in gord-ilfutschtand und die Wieuw ^li'eUaussteUung. Sa? bir ?crlinrr ,9latiimafjcitu!tfl' fagt. gwsirfciro audi Irttwil* fat Jrmt to far toutSffcw din wtifotetortertifr pomrnt. ?effcrrci<ft? (SuItursSortfAriit, ^cine 9liebctlagen in ten >2cftattcn fiettettb. Set erftt 2Boi tin ?irgeltajj be* beutfdjcn ?eiflef. gMidttw far lerttntr Irtfrotw. SBicn untcr ffrcnj Sofejilj tint SDettfiabt getoorben. ISin. bctaiffirtrS ?ilb ber (Sutajiifelung bc0 cibilifirirn StbrnS. Urn unferu beutfefjen H'efern ?etegeuljctt ju gc? belt, ftd) iiber bic im alten Satrrlanbe iibrr bie in ber altcit flaiferflabt an ber 35onau ftattfin benbe 933c(tau8fteUung Berbreitctcn Sinjidjtcn auf ba? 35oHftanbigfte ju unterrid)ten, um bie mog lidjen go(gen biefea 2BeItercignifie? auf bent @e^ biete be? fociatcn i!ebcu? unb bed 9?cr teljrt, fotoie auf bent ?ebiete ber ^olitit in (SroSgung jieljen ju fomicn, tourben bie 39er= tiner(Eorrefponbenten be???eralb" auf telegraphic fdjem JBegc beauftragt, un? Sluejuge unb Jeit* avtifel bev fcemrragenbffrn unb einflufjreiflflen 33erliuer 3"tungen bquglid) ber 2Seltau?fleHung ant Sage ber Groffnuttg burd) ben atlantifdjen Xelegrapljen ju iiberntitteln. Die ?cfer roerben biefe Brtifel roeiter untcn ?erbffentlid)t finben, uttb biefelbett mit grofjem 3nterrffe lefen, ba biefe artitel al8 HuSb'rucTbeiroffclTtlid)eu SKcinung in fcer bentfdjen 9teid)?bauptftabt, in ?ejttg auf ba? ftd) in ber Donauftabt entfaltenbe (Sreignijj, gelten raiiffen. Unfere beutfdjen Sefer toerben bafl Untenteljmcn be# ??eralb'e", tljnen in beuti'tfjev ?pradje bie gcjtern in ben 3ouritalen in ber {Reid)4l)iutptftabt il}t:c3 .?>eimatl)lanbe? au$ge l>rod)enen ^Inftc^ten bcjiiglicb be? internationaten Cretgniffefl Ijcute fcf)ou im ^eralb" mitjtttbeilcn, ju roflrbigen roiffen. ?rff$rapf>tfcfte ?cpcfd>c beg ?9lett $orf fcrrolb". golgenbe tclcgrapfnfdje 33epcfd)cn, rut^altcnb fcie Urtljeile unb Slnfidjtcn bcr 93erliner ^Preffe fiber bie SBcltausfkttung in SBiett, ftnb ?om ?itreau be? w$eralb" in ber beutfdjen 9tei$4? fjauptflabt eingelaufen: Berlin, 3. 2J?at 1873. ttrtljcil bcr SrrUttrr Nationals Settling." ?it ?ertitter ?7?attonal>,3eititng," mtter ber Heberfdjrift: ?Eer meltfjiftorifdje 2Jtoment if! eorftber" fagt: ?2>ie SBieuet 2Belt?Sliisfteltung ifl nun croffnet, unb ol)tu 3weifel if* btefer lag be? erften BJiaiS 1873 fur btc ?ntwidlung ?*flcrreicf)fl bon Ijoljer, ia unftfiafcbarer ?ebeutimg. 9ia$ (Jng. lanb unb ftranfreid) tjat c# juerfl fid) an etn foldjefl ltnterneljmen gemagt, bcnn wie unfertig unb jnangelljaft aud) un? ba? ?anjc nod) l)ente ent? (jfgcntrat, ntatt barf bet birier UiwottTommenljeit itidjt ocrgeffen, bafj mit jeber neuen ftueflettung tuue (Sdjwiericjfeiteu fid) aufgetljiirmt fjaben, unb ju bewiiltigcit waren. ?ie $erftettuug ber .?>ar monie auS brm (iI)ao? war immrr miifjfam. Ocflcrrcid) wiU ieigen, wae e? auf inbufhietlftn Sebiete ttermag. Gs will lernen, wae iljtn fef)lt. Kan begrrtfe bcu gered)tcn Stolj, ben c3 iibcr Me $?ottenbuug fritted Unternel)nien8 empfinbet iFht fetnent Sultnrfortfdjritt will Ocflcrrcid) fcinc jfteberlage in beu <2d)atten fatten. SCorin e? inhere SMfer ubcrtrifft, worin e8 cine 3Jiad)t rnffattet, trtitfi aufqabe fpaterer Crortcrungen jetn. 3m Slitflcnblicf fanit man iljm uon Jrut^ ?eiu ^ tag, ?li# utttu fdjen. (Sinen fold)cn ?ag be?\rtelj*en 9lnljtn? unb be? XriuutpljeS in feine Hnnalrri^crjetdjucii ju rCttnoit, ifl mrL SJir 3)eutjd)e, ireutr and) mtr roie alle anbrru Wationen in bem 3nbuftrie tfalafte bed "praters oertrcten, fii&leu una bod) a(8 bie ?et>orjugten unb ffiiUfomnirnflcn. ?inb e8 bod) l)Quptfdd)Ud) bie $eutfd)cn in Oeflerreid) bie bae SDerf ju ?tanbe gebrad)t fjaben. Stiffen U'ir un8 bod) mil ifjncu burd) taufeub ftiiben nnb geti)erbtid)e Hjatigfeit noil unb rrafttq burdj bnmgen, auf ba8 Snuigfle ocrbuuben, tuie rneit and) bie &MtaurffkUuugcn uom jbcal ber 2)Jenfd)l)cit6 - Cerbrflberitng entfernt blel ben unb invent Sffiefen nad) cjitfernt bleiben raiiffen. 3n ber 3itbuflrie Ijerrjdjt ebenfo inibarmfjerjtg Coucurrcn^ lule in ber ^olitil 2>r JTampf um 2luncil)erung ber SSdller geljt Don iljncn aus. S8ei benen roirb fie am flarfflen nnb k&cubigflat fein, bie ui^t buret) abfolute 2>er fd^icbeu^eit il)rer Bnfd)aumtgen, GHjaraf tere imb burdj il)te SBeltfleHung auf intnier untrrgeorbnei fuib. SScldje ?djranren bie ^olttif jtoifdjen if)nen aufgeridjtet i)at, Deutfd). (anb uub Oefterreid) roerben ernig auS betn 3n? bnftric.<Palafl l)erau6tretra, tuie fie einig bort ctu getveten fiub. 2Bir begriijjen ben crflett 2Jiai al8 einen ?icgeStag be? beutfdjen ?eifle? unb bo? beutfd)en gteigea. 9fcibtoe feljen tuiv ben bluljen ben 2tuffd)mung unferer ?tammeSbruber in Oeflerreid) unb freucu uu8, 3cuge ciuee folcfyen uuoergleid)lid)en gefle8 getuefen ju fein." bfr ? (Berliner ^ribiinf." Die Serlnter ??ribiine" lafjt fid) iiber bie ffiiener 2Bettau8flelIung folgenberma?tn and: ?2Jieljr al8 bie 2luSflclIuugett Don 1'onbon uub <|3ari8 intrvefftrt unS biejeitige in 2Bien, benu fte ftubet auf bcutfd)em ?runb unb iBoben flatt, uub tuir rcben mit benen, ton benen fte eroffitet twivbe, mit beutfdjcuSBortcn; benu Oeflerreid), tueaiigfleuS bie roeftlicfye $fitfte be? oflcrreidjifd)-mtgarifdje 2Jionard)ie genannteu SReidjeS, ifl ba8 I'attb, ba8 un8 auf ber 233elt am nadjfleu flef)t, unb n?ir freuen ttn8, bajj bie notfjtnenbige 3tu8ein? anberfefcung, bie 1866 flattfanb, feine tieferen ?puren Ijinterlaffen f)aL Deutfdjlanb mollte Giuig fein. Cntweber Oeflerreid) ober ^reufjen mufete bie f^fi^rmtg flbeme^men.. ?er erfolg enffdjieb nad) furjem ^antpfe fiir ^reufjen nnb Oeflerreid) farni ^ufrieben fein, bafj e? nid)t met)r burd) beutfd)e STngeteqentjeitcn iu feiner Gnttoide* lung ge^emmt ober geflBrt tuirb. SEBir feiern ba8 5ffl ber ?luefic!Iung8=er5ffnung mit aufrid)tiger 2!)eitna^me. SBir frentn uns ber ?elegenljeit, n'eld)e ben Oeflerrcidjent grgeben, bie ?dja^e iljrer 3nbuftrie, ifjren SRcic^tljum unb il)re ?obenprobufte aHer SBelt ju jeigen. Uitter ber SJcgternng be8 jc^igeit ?aifer8 fyat 2l<ieit ftd) enonn entmideU, fo bafi e8 bie jal)Ireid)en ?afie, bie il)m juftromen, mit SBurbe unb ?etbflbe^ mufetiein cmpfangen famt, ma? man nid)t mit bcrfelben ?etni^eit je^t fdjon eon Berlin fagen barf, bem c? tnegen ber Uuerfal)renbeit unb ber ?d)?crfdHig!ett feiner S?el)6rbeit nod) an meljrcren tuejentlidjcn Stttributen einer SBeltflabt fel)lt. greilid) mar SBien immer bie alterc unb rei^ere, burd) feine ?age Don ber 9?atnr be giinfligte ?tabt, uub Berlin bat mefjr al?boppette JJraft anfjumenben, toenn e? in ?e?ug auf Gtcgan^, 2(nue^mlid)feit be8 i'ebene unb 33equentlid)feit be? ?ertel)r8 baffelbe al8 SEBien erreic^en unb mit iljtn glei^en ?^ritt balten mifl." flnfldjt ber ?rrliiter 2>ie Serliner ?v4>ofl" lafjt fief) tiber bie (Svbff^ nuttg bet SSiener 2Beltau0fteUung foigenber* mafjen an?: <?cflcttt rourbc bic SBiener 2Beltau?fletlung tnt 93eifem unferc? Jtronprinjen crSffnet 0cit bern 3atjre 1851, at? ^3riitj Albert bie erfte 9a3clt= auefkflung in ?onbon erfiffnete, unter ben Slit fpicicn, unter benen jene gvojjen Grcigntffe in Scene gegangen, ift leine rooljt gliicfltdjer ausgcfatlen, tnic bie (groffnungflfeier in btcfem 3 afire, wo bie brct norbtfdien 2Rad)te, tit tnnigftcr ffireunbjd)aft mit etnanber ncrbunben, roo (Snglanb tn 2nnaf)erttng SJiufjlanb? unb $entfrf)tanM bejonbere Sflrgfd)oft fiir ben Curo paifdjen ftricbcn liefert, too bie ?efd)i<ic ftrant rei$? unb ?panicni bicfe Sanber jttringen, ntd)t iibcr i!)re ?renjen t)inau6sugc!)en. 2Ba? man Don 2Beltau?fteCungcn ert)offt, ndmlid) ftSrberung bed frleblid)en 33erte!)r? alicr ftationcn, ba? biirfen roir Con ber gcgcnroartigen SBeltaueftclhmg mit 3uoerftd)t oovanfife^en. 2)od) aUe biefe2Qiinfd)f unb .ftoffnungen biirfen un8 ntd)t blinb gegen bic i'eibcnfdjaften ber 3Jirnfd)cn unb SBottrr ntadjen. Gin emfigcS 2frbeiten an ber iZBctjrtraft ber ffla I tion ftitb nad) ruie dov 2cutid)lanb# Sufgabe fein, mif fcljv man aud) beftrcbt ifl, bicfe auf eincm ?ebietc gu entfalten, fiir rorldjea 9?atur roic (Sefdjidjtc bi? jetjt griSfjcrc# 3ntcrcffc au#gc fd)loffen Ijattc. C? ift bie8 ber ncue ftlotten grflnbung&plan, ber im SSJefenUidjen al? ,3iel Dcrfolgt: ?d)u(} unb SBertvetung be? beutfdjen @ccl)anbel? auf alien iDlecrcn, SBertljcibigung ber tjatcrlanbifdjen fliiftcn, unb Cntttitfeluitfl be# ttactuu tlrtjjf;! jfr ?<&ptntr1Qtn 2>te ?erfinnr ?0peitrrfd)e Settling" ttMdiiift ber ?Biener 2Beltau$ftel!unq folgenbcu fcrtitel: *?lii bet fdjonett blauen 3)ottatt rotrb beute &tr SDJieuer SBrlt proffnet merbeit. ?tefelbe iff bie fiinfte itt err ^aljl jetter internationalen 2Bettfampfe, bie ?>rtiru ote Jnbitfuie bed gaujeu GrrMrriff* nnt Gljreuprcife riugL Die erjle bir(er %u6(hQungrn rourbe 1851 in fonbon abgcfjaiteu; bie gtueite 1855 tutym?, biebritte 18G2 itt tfoubou uub bie pierte 1867 in^aris. 3n btcfem ffiettturnier ber beiben tt>efteuropaijd)en ?ro&flSbte tritt jefct Oeflcrrrid)? ftmptftatt al? 9ttitbeix>erbenn ein. iWBgf e? iljr gelingen, bie beiben utcidjtigercn 9feb?6u$lerinneu au? bent gelbe ju fc^tagen uub iljre 2lu$flettung, tro(j aQer an berfelbcn fdjou jefct frittfd) crfabenen StudfteUungen erfolgretdjiuCnbe ju fufyrcn. ?if Seurt&eilung biefer, in getviffen ftriflra ruieberfeljrcuben 2Bcltan*flcIlu?igen with ffct8eiuejiemli($ inbittibnelle garbling tragen. ftiir ben eitten finb biefe internationalen aBettfampfe bet grSfjte ftortfdjritt bt* 3a!>ct>oubeit8, eine be^ beutenbe ?tufe mcljr tyuauf junt 3iele, an toeldjer angelangt bit 2Renf<Meit eine ein fltge SSerbruberung bitben unb nuv eiue ?pradje mel)r fpredjeu loerbe. 3m ?egen? fa& bojn fefjen roieber anbere in finer foldjeu SBeltausfteUung nid>t? al? babtjlonifdje ?pradjperroirrung, uttcvquidClidjed 3ufammcu fdjleppeu aller moglic^en inbufhrictleit ?egen^ flfinbe. ?ie <H3al>rl)?it liegt &ier luoljl, ?ie fo oft, jnrifdjnt ben beiben (Jjtremen. 2ln Sln bafjnnug etne? croigcji ftriebettS obcr fiifuug focialer ftragen burd) biefe SBcltausflenungen tuirb Ijeutjutage in etuftyafter Ueberlegung 9iie= manb mefjr glaubeu. 2Bir wiffett aUe redjt gut, bafj fie hn SBefentlidjcn grofje ?djouftude ftub, meld)e ben burdj fie Perurfadjten ntatericllen unb geifti geu 'JIufioanb faunt tuieber riubringen. 3)enuo?fj ftnb biefefben nidjt oljne Ijcruorrageuben Kitten. 3unad)ft getuafjren fte ein ebeufo umfougreid)c? ?me betailiirtea ?ilb tjou ber Cnttoideluug bc? ciPiliftrten I'eben# in ber (efcten 3eit - ?pod)e, bieten aber in i!jren Ginjel&eiten bent Octuerbe' treibenben reic^e ?elegenfjcit jur iSele^rung uub Grfaljrung. ?cfonbcrs widjtig ifl babei, bag aud) bem eigentlidjeu Mrbeiter bie aKdglt^feit geboteu toirb, ft(^ pon ben Stottfdjritten ber 3nbnflrie ju unterrid)tcn uub ein Icbenbige? unb treuca ?ilb Pon ben bermaligen Sebingungen be? SBomcirtS fommeng auf feinem Slrbeitflfelbe Ijeimptragen. ^c^tiefilid^ ifl bod) $aupttenbenj unferer je^igen (SntttJidhmg, beren Uebergflnge allerbing? aufjer orbentlic^ Pie! brttdfcnbc? uub flodenbcs an ftdj Ijaben, ben SScrt^ ber Arbeit unb bantit bett SBcrtb ber ^erfBnlidjrcit ju fleigern. 5Q3er ettua? liidjtigrS, fei e? in irgenb einem Jat^e, leifien fann, fiubct, untcr Ijeutigen ?ebingmtgen, feine reidjlidje (Sfiflenj, unb fomit tragtaut^einr SJelt auSfteDung ^ur ^ebung ber arbcitenben ^laffen bei, tucnu fie fur bie ridjttgc ?cnu^ung ber iJ)tten gerrorbeneu ncuen Siubrucfe 3utUcigenjj unb Gncrgie geuug beftftai. 3n einer $inftdjt me nigften? mirb bie SBiener SSeltaueftcttung bie nteiflen i^rer ciltertn ?t^meflern iibcrtreffcu. 3u ber Ungetrubttfcit be? augtoartigcn politi fdjett ^orijonte, unter bent fte flattfinbet, farat itur bie erfle Ponboner SJBcItaueficU lung pon 1851 in biefer $inftd)t ntit i^r ripaliftreu. ?ie ^arifer JBeltaueftcUung oon 1855 fanb mitten imter bett Jfampfen bed ?rim? frtege? ftatt. Ueber ber i'onboner 2lu6ftraung tagerte bereita eiue fe^r fu()(bar gcioorbcne ?c^nuirc nnb bie ?paunuttg in ber beutfdjen grage, uub Doflenba bie s4Jarifer au?(lellung Pott 1867 tuar faum etrnas nje^r aid ein eben fo blaffrr toie gteDer 3rieben?fonnen^ ftraf)( jtDifd)en brofjenben ^riegatooiren. SBott einer foldjen Situation ifl bieSntal feine 9iebe. 35ie beutf^e gvage, meldje in iljrrit 5toei perfdjiebenen ^tjafen, bie Stimmung ber beiben 3lu?fteUungen pon 18C2 unb 1867 ju einer gebriidten mad)te, ifl je^t geliifl. Sie^at lit einer f|eqlid)en gretmbfdjaft groifdjen bent alten Cefterrei^ unb bem neuen beutfdjen S?etd>e gefii^rt; unb eine frieblic^c unb freunblidje Sttmmnng, unter meldjer bie fflnfte inter nationale 2Seltau?fteUung in Sffiien erSffnct murbe, ifl ^errfdjettb. 2H&ge biefelbc ben auf fte gefe^ten Crreartungen entfprei^en unb in bem fricblidjen SSettfampfc ber JColfer einen fricbltcfien J^ortfdjritt inauguriren. THE GREAT EXHIBITION. TELEGRAl TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. Urand Banquet bjr the Emperor of Austria to the Prl?ce??The Newly Appointed American CommlMloneri Hard at Work. London, May 3,1873. A despatch from Vienna to the Daily A"ncs ?nvs the Emperor of Austria gave a grand banquet lust night at the Palace. Among the gnests were all the native and foreign Princes now In Vienna, and lion. John Jay, the United Slates Minister. The newly-appointed American Commissioners are actively working to get the department of the Exposition assigned to the United States in com plete order at an early day. THE HERALD AMD THE VIENNA EXPOSI TION. IFrom the Newark Conner, ll3y 2.1 Vm test ?od uy t*c iue (bos( iuv^iaju>9 tious of the opening 01 f,be Vienna Imposition are given by the New York Herald tins morning. In order that the American public should have the moat accurate report* of the gorgeous spectacle to be obtained, the enterprising mauagers sent its special rot respondents te Vienua, John Russell Young and Kdmuno Yates, the former an Ameri can, the latter an Englishman, to portray ror the benefit of English readers their experience, and Herthold Auerbach and Louise Mtlhlbucli, two ef the t>est known German writers, to speak of the incidents and exercises in their entertaining man* nor for the German reading population. Kaon of these correspondents telegraph their accounts to the Herald, ana this morning that paper appears with their reports in full. Auerbach's and Mllhlbach's being In German, Tne Hkkai.d has displayed more than ordinary sagacity in Mils undertaking, and tae faithful and excellent manner In wtucli its arrange ments have been carried out, as well as the re markable promptness exhibited In giving Its news to the public, will stand as one of the greatest achievements in journalism. Whatever else par ties may say ot the Hkra^p, it cannot be denied that it has proven Itself the greatest newspaper of the age. [From the Hudson 8tar, May 2.] The Herald's enterprise lias exhibited Itself Id a new direction, It appearing to-day with Vienna let ters from John Russell Young, Edmuud Yates, Berthold Auerbach aud Louise MUhlltach. The let ters from the two latter are published in Germaa, as is also a half-column editorial review. CUBA. General Port 11 lo Tired of Campaigning Agalnit Cuba Libre, Havana, May 3,1873. !t is reported that General Portlllo has refused to resume the command of the Spanish lorces operat ing In the Clnco Villas district. The bark T. K. Weidou, from New York, arrived here yesterday. WEATHER REPORT. WAR DEPARTMENT, ) Office of the Cdief Siunal officer,} Washington, 1). c., May 4?1 A. M. ) Probabilities. For tne Middle States low temperature, rising barometer, northerly and northwesterly winds and clearing weather; for New England ana Canada eloudy and clearing weather, northerly winds, oc casional light rain and low temperature; for the lakes aud thence to the Ohio and Lower Mis souri valleys generally clearing and partially cloudy weather, northwesterly winds, veering to southerly; tin the Western Gulf States south easterly winds and partly cloudy and warm weather; in the eastern Gulf and South Atlantic States generally, cool clear weather, northwesterly and northerly winds and increased pressure. Re ports are missing fron the Northwest, the lake re gion and generally west of the Mississippi River. The Weather In This City Yesterday. The following record will show the changes in the temperature lor the past twenty-four hours in comparison with the corresponding day of last year, as Indicated by the thermometer at Huduut's Pharmacy, Ueuald Huiidlug:? lS7i 1873. 1872. 1873. 3 A. M 54 40 3 P. M ii? 4a 6 A. M 50 41 6 P. M 04 41 ? A. M 53 42 9 P. M ?2 40 12 M 58 42 12 P. M 54 39 Average temperature yesterday 41 Average temperature ror corresponding date last year. 61H Average temperature for corresponding week last year 49 5-7 Average temperature for past week 59 3-7 THE CHICKASAW RACES. Closing Day of the Chickasaw Joe key Club Races?Six Events and Good Rac Ing?Captain Hutchinson, Joe Johnson and Port Leonard the Winners. Mkmpuls, May 3,1873. The Chickasaw Jackey Club raccB closed to-day with flno weather, a good track and large attend ance. The first race was a hurdle handicap, one mile and a half, over six hurdles, for a purse of $350, of which $50 was given to the second horse. Three horses started. The race was won by Cap tain Hutchinson; Jeggler second and Solon Shingle third. Time 3:01*. Hutchinson was the favorite against the Held and won by a length with em. The second race was the Chickasaw Stake, for three-year-olds; a subscription of $50, p. p., with $400 added; seventy subscribers. Four horses started. The race was won by Joe Johnson, beating Jack Frost, Frank Ronnabel and Durboyne, In the order named. Time, 3:46. This was the most exciting race of the week. Jack Frost was the favor ite in the pools, and before the start money was laid in large amounts upon htm at two to one against the field. The colts got a good start, Frank Uonnabel in the lead and Joe Johnson bringing up in the rear for three quarters of a mile, wnen Frost moved to the front, closely followed by the other three, all passing the stand in a bunch. Frost slightly in the lead, John son fourth. In going up the backstretch Johnson made a play for the trout and passed each horse In succession, and at the half pole challenged Frost. From that point, they ran locked to the four mile dis tance, where Johnson forged ahead, and drawing graduully away passed the stand first by a length, both Johnson and Frost under wkip and spur; Uonnabel third and Durbeyne beaten oir.. The finish was made amid deafening shouts from the spectators. The third race was mile heats, for beaten horses, for a purse of $200; $10 of the entrance money to go to the second horse. Six horses started. The

following is a summary:? Port Leonard. 1 1 Tom Leathers. . 2 2 Joggler 3 3 Emmet. 4 4 Hiawatha (filly) 5 ft Wild Duck (gelding) dls. Tlme?l :49 s, 1:48*. Leathers was the favorite and Leonard second in the pools. The race was well contested through out. The meeting has not been well attended. THE VERMONT CENTRAL, Evidence Taken Before the Legislative Committee in the Alleged "C. M," Op erations?C< over nor Smith Exonerated.j St. Albans, Vt., May 3,1873. The committee appointed by the Legislature on tne charges of peculation, fraud and Improper in fluences to procure legislation for the Vermont Central Railroad have been In session during the week. They have made a thorough and searching Investigation of all the books ?f the company con taining the account* of the trustees. They have been assisted by the trustees, who have produced with the greateat willingness every paper, voucher, ledger, Journal and account called for, and have also bad the assistance of Mr. Williams, formerly the assistant treasurer, and of a squad of clerks. The investigation extended over all the years of Governor Smith's connection with the trust. Every Item was explained; the balances wire i found to be sometimes in lavor and sometimes I against the trustees. There was found to be no discrepancy whatever between the vouchers and ' the accounts; everything is clear and regular and ; there is not one particle of evidence ?f pomatum or fraud. The chief clerk of the shop testified that all material taken by Governor Smith or W. C. Hmlth was regularly charged. The master of trans- i port at ion testified that all freight sent or received by them was charged at tall rates, it was shown from the hooks that the drafts cliarged to the ac count of the Northern i?iiciflc Kailroail hail been accounted for In a regular manner in Governor Smith's account with tne Trust. The examination hits proved a complete reiutatlon ol every charge of fraud and peculation. Mr, Merrill, Miperintendent. of the line, who has been connected with it ever since the beginning oi (iovernor Smith's appointment, testified that m his belief Governor Smith never had received a dol lar irom the road that did not beiong to blm. For a period of seven months, sin* the paper of the trustees weut to protest, thfre has been a Hulla baloo over Governor smith and his associates; but the examination nas already proceeded far enough to show that the whole matter may be lo?keil upon us a great cry anil little wool. The investigation will be resumed on Monday on the remaining charge of improper influences in legislation; but the trustees having shown such clean hands in money matters, In all probability nothiug will bo discovered to implicate their goof n?nfc in ihat respect. Their complete vindication and the reor ganization of the railroad oontyany, whiek has been so successfully accomplished by a cash sub scription ef $2,000,>?00 to the new stock, w?U plaofl G'ovenftir smith In a stronger positK^n than ever before ijw wibbmhUU. THE ERIE RAILROAD. Herald Special Report from the English Capital. President Watson "Bulling:" in London. His Statement to the English Public of Wbat Erie May Become. $35,000,000 in Somi-An nual r>ivid?ncls. TEL?GRAM TO THE HEW YORK HERALD. London, May 3, 1873. A letter from President Watson, of tho Erin Railroad Company, on tho financial prospects of the Erie Hail way, has been published here. WHAT MAY BE MADB OF Be mya that Um Erie Railway can be made the most important of all the existing lines of internal communication in America. $35,000,000 IN SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDENDS. He further says that it can earn $40,000,000 annually, of which $35,000,000 will bo net. These net earnings shall bo henceforth divided *? into semi-annual dividends. EFFECT ON THE BRITISH SPECULATORS. The letter already increases the great confi dence felt in the present administration. THE OCEAN CABLES. Preparations for Laying and Repairing Lines of Ocean Wires. Two New Atlantic Cables To Be Fat Down and Four To Be in Working Order by September 1. TELEGRAM TO THE HEW YORK HERALD. London, May 3, 1973. The steamer Hibernian leaves on Monday, the 6th lust., to repair the French cable. The Great Eastern and Edinburgh leave the latter part or this month to lay tho cable from Valentla to Heart's Content. Tho Great Eastern will then return to repair the liroken Anglo Amcncan cable, and the Edinburgh will proceed to lay two new cables between Placentla, Newfound land, and Sydney, Cape Iireton. It is expected that four cables will be working across the Atlantic and live across the Gulf of St. Lawrence before the 1st of September. GBEAT BRITAIN. The Railroad Accident Not as Bad aa Re ported?The Weather in England. TELEGRAM TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. London, May 3, 1873. The first report that a number of persons were killed and injured by the accident last night to the railway tram from London for Chester was ex aggerated. The weather in England to-day is fair and favor able to the crops. SPAIN. Velarde's Order to the Citisens in Carlist Dis tricts Provoking Insurrection?The Government Asked to Rescind the Obnoxious Order. TELEGRAM TO THE HEW YORK HERALD. Madrid, May 3, 1873. It Is reported that General Velarde will resign his command in the army if General Nouvilas ac cepts the Ministry of War. The order recently issued by General Velarde directing the inhabitants of the country districts infested bv Carlists to abandon their farms and re tire into the cities with their provisions meets with strong opposition from the people Interested and is likely to cause a general rising. The govern ment has been asked to nullify the order, and thus remove the cause for auy hostile demonstration on the part of the peasants. RUSSIA. Grand Display of Troops and an Illumination in Honor of Kaiser William. TELEGRAM TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. St. PrrillUirRn, May 3, 1S73. Pifty thonsand Russian troops, stationed In aud uear this city, were reviewed yesterday afternoon by the Emperor of Germany and the Czar. Last evening .St. Petersburg waa illuminated Id honor of the imperial visitor. The Modoc* of the Ineect World?the bedbugs, roaches, Ilea*, Mc.?having commenced th--ir Spring campaign ninst he availed nt once witn KNoWLKM' lNHBOT DESTROYER. Housewives, give them no ijuarter _ _ A^-(i?ntJrinrii Who Would Nave Honey and at tfio saine time excel In fineness, durability una ! elegance nf their HAT?, should go to BMPENBClllED, manufacturer, 118 Nassau street A.?Come Thing* Are But llndcntood hv looking at their opposite*. The antiquated metal spring trutaes are always painful, press only on two point*, constantly (lip off, especially on a sudden or vio i lent strain. The new ELASTIC TRI'88 Ig worn with | perfect eomfort, presses gently, hut equally, all around I the tiody; never liv any possibility can slip off, but re i tains the rupture night and day, without anv exception i in any case, Sent by mail, sold cheap aDd fitted without charge bv the BDaBTIC TRC88 COMPANY, #h3 Broad- I way, coriier of Amity street. New York, who supply clr culars tree.?Brooklyn Union. May 2,1*73. I A Pleasant, Haft and Kffectaal Remedy 1 for Bright'* disease, diabetes, crave! und nil dlsea.v - nt' the bladder and kidneys, KEARNEY'S EXTRACT HI'. ''HI*. There is none to equal It. Take no other. Depot 104 Nuane street. Sold by druggist* everywhere. A.?A.?'To Those Troubled with Dis eases ol debility, Profes?or .M'DD, who Is well known to the highest medical profession as having bad a great deal ol practical experience and performed many cures through bis treatment, is prepared to attend gentlemen at his or their residences, through the hygenlc treatment? friction, bathing. exerolee. drat, Jkc. " Paralysis, <;..uf. Rheumatism, weakness. Biliousness and Corpulence a specialty. Address 3>y west Thirty fifth street A.?A Dr. Thnmai .1. Rice, Dentist, begs to draw attention of the public ton new and wonder ful improvement in Artificial Teeth. It l? a light, elastic, ! perfectly transparent, tasteless and durable plate, which tier snrpames the plates now in use ot gold and rubber, I winch are Jieavy and heating in the mouth. To under stand this new Invention thoroughly a personal exiitn- ! I ination i? rei|UC.?U'd, Killing Teeth a specialty, ij Ei??t | Twentieth street. A.?Ilrrrlnu'a latent CHAMPION SAVES, M and 262 Broadway, cormir of Murray < .rjet 1 A?-Herald Branch Office; Brooklyn, i corner ot Fulton avenue and Boo rum street i Open lYoind A. M to 9 1*. M. On Sunday from 1 to 9 P. M. A RetaW Depot for the Male of War REN*M PATKNT COOKERS has been established at M3 Broadway, adjoining Wallack's Theatre. A Ma|(nlflccnt Bridal Present?Whltaey 8KWINO MACIHSK; white onatnei, ornamented <t> colors, gold ami sliver plated, with pearl mouograiu to order. 613 Broadway, New York. A?Who Wante a flat! Uo to IViassJI, Tfea Weekly lie raid Contain* til the Only t> per yea*. The only Wwilily N'? w>?pftpeff in k meries. Published eT<ury Thimulsy morning. Contain* Hie most reliable rrporte of AGRICULTURE, . 8POKTINU, , * ART8 V. OrtfWTP, MAItKTTS, CATTI.B, HORSE, FINANCIAL* DRY GOODS, BULlOIOfrS, ?*?'. AO. AlsoTltE BEST fiTOKV^PAKER. Liberal arrangements to club* of leu or tweaty or mere luhscribera. Add r cm ~n i; VV YORK HERALD, N0W fork Citj. Ah? Pollak'n NrW tt??rwliaum Store, nf l.ltty Broadway, near titc Hoffman House. ltcpai tig dune. America Keitorer No. H, for Bffertaallf checking mi.I preventing the hair from falling off. deans* Uig tlio scslp. dispersing it? dandruff and rssloriug jicr tectly the original color, ha* no equal A.?Dr. Filler's ltheumalio Remedy?? Repot and office 21 John street Sold by druggist*. Ad Tlce gratis, daily, aud circular* ires. A.?-Enu Angeliqne, for the Teeth an# Gum*. BISCOTINE FOOD for infanta. DKI.LUU A (">.? 635 Broad way, are the nolo proprietors and manufacture era. Pari* agents, ROBERTS 1 CO.. i'lsco Vendoiae. A.?Lyon's Insect Powder Will InitaaU|l destroy Insccts, bug* and tleaa, wherever they exist. Blreh Dale Spring Water* Core PuU monary, Kidney, Uterine aud Blood Disuaitea. Hooka and sample* tree. 30 Broadway. Clean*!ng the Scalp, Dispersing Daa* druff aud for restoring the original color of the hair pert lectly, etrectually checking aud preventing it* falling ?(C no equal ha* RESTORER AMERICA, No. i. Crlitadoro'i Excelsior Hair Dye Trant^ form* hoary head* luto youthful olios Instantaneously hold everywhere. Corns, Bunion*, Knlargcd Joint*, all Disease* of the Feet. cured hy Dr. ZACUARIE, 17 Unio* square. Corn* Removed, Club and Inverted Nail*, all Diseatte* of Feet cured by Dr. WRHTBRVELT, 852 Broadway, near Fourteenth street. Established IrtWk Corna, Rnnlnni, Nails, Enlarged Joints, Tumor*, Wart*. Wen* cured without pain. COBN AN N1111LATOR 50c. Dr. RICE, aw Broadway, corner Pulton street Campo'a Infallible Specific?Sovereign remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia and gout. ALEX. HUDNUT A CO., Ilerald Building. David.?Elegant Hats for Gentlemen*. 299^, Broadway, near Duane street. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Water Brash* Belching Wind cured hy Dr. SHARP'S .SPECIFIC. II AItT NKTT'S Pharmacy, Bible House. Fourth avenue and A* tor place. Dispersing Dandruff, Cleansing the scalp aud for restoring perfectly thn original color >f the hair, effectually checking anil preventing its falling; off, UO equal has RESTORER AMERICA, No. JL ?effectually Checking and Preventing the hair from tailing off, dispersing dandruff and cleans ing the scalp and lor restoring perfectly the original' color, No. 2 RESTORER AMERICA, no equal ha*. Prepared by Dr. I. J. O'BRIEN, depot 201 East Thir tieth street. For Restoring Perfectly the Original color of tho hair, effectually checking and preventing its tailing off, dispersing daudruff and cleansing thn scalp, RESTORER AMERICA, No. 2. has no equal: Graefenberg?1"Marshall's" Catholleon. Excellent in its virtues: gentle but faithful In It* action* It is bevond comparison the beat remedy for all diseased of the fcuiale system. ORAEPENBBRG CO., K Reads street Gentlemen's Hats?Latest Styles, at lowest prices. P. KRNENWBIN, 144 Nassau street, between Beekmau and Spruoe. Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa* An Institution having a high reputation for honorable conduct and prolcaslonal skill. Acting Surgeon J. rt HOUGHTON, M. D. Essays lor young men sent tree nt charge Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia. P*. Havana Lottery Drawings on File? Circulars sent free; orders promptly filled. JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 1% Broadway, room 4; Chatham Bank Building. Mas lea 1.?The Undersigned Take Special Eleasare In announcing to their patrons and the public i rauerai, that they have this day opened their nuw and magnificent warerooins, 112 Fifth avenue, above Sixteenth street, New York, with a full assortment of their celebrated Grand, Square and Upright PIANO FORTES. The demand tor the Knabe Piano has in creased to such an extent in New York and the Eastera States a* to render the establishing of a regular Branca House In New York imperatively necessary, as a matter of convenience to our patrons aud to Insure the tilling of all orders with despatch All orders entrusted to our New York house from private purchasers as well a* dealers will receive the same prompt atteution as at our factory in Baltimore. A call Is respectfully solicited. WM. KNABE A CO., Baltimore aud New York. Meerschaum Pipes?Latest Styles and shapes, at POLLAK'S downtown store, 27 John street three tfcsirs west of Nassau. Mlsslsquol?'The Waters of This Spring have cured thousands afflicted with Cancer, Scrofula aiul Bright'* Disease A tresh supply Just received. JOHN V. UENRY, No. S College place. No Equal Has Restorer America, No. 9 for cleaning the scalp, restoring perfectly the original color ol the hair, effectually checking aud preventing lbs falling off and and dispersing dandruff. Perfectly Restoring the Original Color of tho hair, effectually cbccklng and preventing ita rail ing off, cleansing the scalp anil for dispersing daodruli RESTORER AMERICA NO. 2 has no equal. Persons Who Are Obliged to Use Stlrno? lasts, and to whom purity is a necessity, should try CENTURY WHISKEY. For sale by druggist* and firs* class dealers. Royal Havana Lottery?Prises Cashed* ordersfllled. information fnrnlshed. Highest rates paid fur Spanish Bank hills, governments, Ac., Ac. TAYLOR A CO.. Bankers, 11 Wall street, late of 1& Royal Havana Lottery?Prices Re*. dneed, circulars sent asd information glvon. We soldL the prize In the drawing of M>ri! J B MARTINEZ* CO., Banker*. 10 Wall street Post office box 4,6M, New York. Restorer Amerlr*, No. Han No KqnaL for restorlBK perfectly the original color of the hair, ef fectually iheckina ami prevenilnif Its tailing oil; Jisp< r*. ini{ danilrull an J cleunslut; the scalp. Rnitar* Still Mu<c?m?full jr Treated at MAR.SII A 01).'S RADICAL cork truss office, N<* ? Veaey iitreet; alto Silk Elastic Belt*. Stockings, Kaon.. t alis. Ankles, Ac. A lady ui attendance to wait afoot ladies ia private rooms. Stilrta, Collar*, Cuff* and Drawra made to onler and warranted. Endow stamp lor circular. UNION ADAMS ft CO., 837 Broadway. S. O. P. Brandy, 9? per tiallon, >1 M per bottle, old. mellow and reliable; bought ouUrn ta roifla at half ita value. Special prices to the trade. de livered from United States bonded wareheasa The trade, hotel keepers, Ac., supplied with all the popular brands of .vies, Porters, Brandies, Ohampagnes, CTareta and Fancy Groceries. dell re red from store, wharf or , bond, at down prices. Depot of 1 leaaant Valley Vina / Company's Still and Sparkllna Wines, the best In tl*j_ Cnlted States. H. B. klKK I CO., ftiPultep street. K'stabUahed War. Hicknria la Often Occasioned by Detsh. Inn ale or root beer drawn through lead pipes, la Ger many and France it is prohibited by law to sell bear drawn through leaden pipes. It yon wish to avoid a udan it. r from lend poison, buy your t*:er only at thane o I actus where the TlV LINKl> LKA.K I'lPE Is urtd. Thfr.pljiti recommended i y the medical taculty, and ?.lt those whose investigation* am (greeted to the best w.?aru at weurlBi! health and comfort of society. twl7. bv tlia CALWfLLS, bHAW A W1LLARD M'K O. CO.. il/Cen tre street, New York. Price l?)*c. per iniUfid for all sues. Circulars sent by mail free. Also HlA/iufacturara ot Lead I'lpe, sheet L?;.m1, Block Tin l'ipe^ /.solder Ac Orders filled at sinlit. ' wi Weddln? Note*, tarda and r:i?Telof>ee, latest style, bv A. pkmarest, Kneraver\. IW Hretulway. \KW K1L1CATUMlT Al'PLETOVS european GUIDE BOOK, Illustrated. Including Emtlaad, Scotland itul Ireland, Trance, Bel gium, Holland, Northern and southern Germany hwlt/.erlund, Italy, Spuni and P< ,rtuaal, Russia, Denmark. Norway and ^/roiien ('ontafaing a map ol Europaand eight- ,ea other ma pa. with plans or twenty-one ot the principal cities an A iw engravings; to w hich is applied a Ms jiual of Cuawna tlon In English, tiermau, French and I <ai7an vo",,tr,? Sixth edition, corrected to Starch, i?j3. One velum*, red tnorooco tucks, price t>r, in tw 6 volumes. It 30. The type ot this work remains s/andlng troni year ta year, so that nny chaugeaare madron to the moment ot going to prusa. D- AEPLKTO^n * CO.. PahUshera, Ms) ami ?l Broadway. _ Now hkaI)J-thk haw, orminax chromo Throw Phv^lc to. the Doits," beauty; roes with i every copy of "PUAlN H'AMK ?aL? AND j?DICAL | CO St MO N SHNSIt" allf.,r?V MtntRAY HTU, PUIt LisaXNO oowsaiiT. ir/Urt Twenty-eighth *u*?V New l attt Mat couaiAK

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