20 Mart 1873 Tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

20 Mart 1873 tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Va. 41-N?.. 6.240. WASHINGTON, 1). C.. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1873. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING HTAR. mklbkH ?Rlly, cxcffted, AT THE STAB BUILDINGS, rfnnt|hui? Alfaoc, Mr. lltk SC, m ivwnw ffii Witt Winn. ?? M. giFfPAf.W?t THE fTIMSG a TAB i* ?erred bj curler* to Ikalr nlcriUn at ThCiSwfu wmeg,or Fom.iT Form C?nt? p** month. Copie* dt the counter Two C*?t? each. Bj thr?* Btnniha, #lJu; Hi month*. ?Ur, om year. %?. ?, THE WEEKLY ST * R-Pnbl?V4 fiNv^l'ii' kr?r ?/"ln< arjatlj inad . an ^iu h?B IM,M| . BO paper Ml k>cg?: tUta Hkl fur. ? VBate* of adverttajcp firiiiM on ?pplV-ati >n. . LADIES' GOODS. 31. H11LIAVS FI&&T SPRING OPKNINO, HcXDAT, Maim n Slrw. a.19 P JTAMflSfl DEPOT, 61 T StVIXTH.'STAKHT, ?et71-? Ofr-i^e Pn'-nt fMg,e. IBf IBBMctORMH K, It I >1,. w?4 Ku'yJmnw i(waw(w Sb?i?j>. 1? in r*veip4 of a ftae aae..rtrv*a of lXfOBTED WKir\ ffur MN (Mitcy, o( H?* Ynrk aA . B<* r''**o?)Bi?f.nwrliit Tl? 1Kb at-MMfC It *et.'rg:<n QflEZ HAtTfii NOUYEAUTES. PARTS " " cr NrEcnoss et bobes d* bal. robes rr lingerie. flovers, feathers. laces, *r. L-idiw of Vult'ijf'.i'a and vicinity are re ?Kr*fr.lto rr.it'-d to call and eiamiae gouda before ?-irrr.*?ine' tofwierr f JVly T he largem* .'Tuck and cheapest GOODS 111 the CITY. F~r an eate_?iv?- ?c ? 9- lect S?->ca of uaefal FANCY GOODS, at Id'iPdt M^rk. t Prir.? rail at tiM NEW YOIUt BAZA A B, 441 ItrtTTa Siaj B. lebK 1r lOtlfi t BEIIRE!1D. E. LENZBERG * CO. (felling not entire atock of M ILL IN i: HY AND FANCT GOODS, at and t?-l i* c"?t. 7?7 Market Space, :aji*>4n betake 7th aid 8th ftreera nortbweat. | II PC't TUB OF BUM AX HAIB. GRAND BARGAINS AT MADAME KITRII'I, ?tf 13: k Strtet, 3fond door from H strut. Rni:- n.l r the nam* and nnmber. Cheap ?nrts fattrh". Cbictii<u, Vfanl*, Pal,, FriiMtot, rf tkt lateet ??> Ca'l and *e>- our new stock before pur chaairs.;*ewb~re. decZl-tr a?| AI'lES'" 1 j FRENCH STARCH ENAMEL It tbe beat articK u. tl.> ?? r?.i Tor doing np Linen ?t Muaii:.. It vn:*>?r:? a beautiful gloaa tu tlie fabric f r aaie l y al! Gi '<? ra. il'BNHAM * CO , Hanofaetiir-ra, lbl> W'?* Lorui-ard itr-tjt, }*b14 It Baltim-a*. Maryland. BANKERS. Jr. BKoDHKVD. K i: " KIR, K?. 939 P-nii? ate., Nan i, Washington, D. C. ?-ial attention given t<> inv,*tni?,nt ?- cnriti<~?. I'i\ ite? atrentfe** t<> ?. rnrltt<*< now nf^*re?f *t pric?* w hieb * til pay fc> t>> 13 per in auiou:: - An t f !? i.jji h J'lUi l ?uit im ?-t r> S.?f . r"li.i?>ir. pr<*tit *M.- nnd j>r"n.pt. making tl.- in in e\ <r> respect first class securities K' ?? r* bj p_m.,t. L^'vjf J Jfinson Jk C ?., W:..iniigt n D. C.: 31 tej Kill, Es., C'axhior National M' ?r ?r iitan B.t; . Ma.hinrt>>n. D. C ; H' nJ.M. B> *!lifi<l. S-< ?"<l C-'iitroller, H'??hiii^ !? ii l> C.: K'war.lCiark. K t., ArcUitact U. 3. Car r V r.mg*' i D niitrlT-Jin ?| "llK NATIONAL BANK ??F THE BEPl'BLIC A (<'<??i?* rof 7th and D streets,) ? >I'KN FttOM 1W A M TO 4 P M. e- . r W 1HA" P?;ADLEY.C^?M.,r d 'ER?AFI AMERII AM MVI*G9 BANK, 11 Ji*>. *1* 6hr? nth OWv-iu tka Uxtmrtmunt. Be t inm: l> m.toip m Saturday! jpea aii til a p. o.-, ta t?cntf otiiy. lcterc?t paid in drpoaita. C' lU-Ctiona tr. vie aiiu nchsfg" rarai?h"?l. JOHN J11TZ. P- ? A tBKRLT.V Pr?>, % F MATTlifOL?,?.c.,i;. E. i'BkKTl!iS.Ci?b t HE _ SC< <>*D NATIONAL BA.1E, F sTKKKT, iytfr'-H S**.h an l SrVtM'.n Strutt' IviittiHM maile and CxiJiange furuiahod on *" final*. ocg tf D L EATON,Caaht r. I. H. <v,iiag, Ai>Ktax a boot, Late C' l'r Interna! Uct ., ButTaio, ?. T 1 B AN KING BOrSB OF SUHKR * ROOT, 141b PENNSYLVANIA AVENCB, iU|p?? ViilaaiV H >V A>UlNUTON . D 0. 8 a per cent hMrM alt- w?d on baalneaaMcotinta. E..'jt p> r cent ienreat allowed on depoait of one e i.iti r Dii'r'i C U*Vtiotw mad* avery wbere. auM 'I'M t IKFK11MAVS SAYISGS AX U I TRI ST IOMPATV. Banking Home. No. 1*97 P- nn?jhicia STenne, opp-^ite tbe Trt-ajnrr. PATS SIX PER CENT. INTEREST, /??f'." P'ruii fAr First of Bmrik Mon:h. PATH FoLB PEB CENT, ou buaiuew accosnta fr -nn date of depoait. /oaij Crrtiflut*!! of Otpofit bearing < and 1 per cent. inuTert, available anywhere. HAS EBANCU OrFICES in all large town* gnd cttiea of the S*nth and Sontbweat. B<rnk hours, t a. m. to I p. m. Open Wedueeday ai.d SNtnrday nigbta fr-.m is 9 ?'clxk, to mceivedep->aita><nly. Cali at tlie Riukor mmd for a copy of tbe Charter and By-lavri jljly JA? tOOBk fc lO., BANKERS, BL'T ANT SELL foreign EXCHANGE awl lMJIB ClBf CLAB LETTKBB OF CBED1T fjr Traveiera, n a .'?6.i (a ua? yu. ?/ <Ac world. Oar Drake on J AT COOKB. kt'CCLLOCH A CO,, LON DON, If Caahad In any aart of Kn^lanii, iBXLa.-iD and Br??Ti a !*T>. fr** of cia'tt. mayii WASMin?TOM~ciTV SAYIMR BAKE, Imrmrr 7iA %tr?*t OM-i Lmuiummm ?ragu. ??1S ? PEB CENT. INTEREST ON DEPOSIT. Internet commence* from data of depnaits. D?p-?ita caa be made and drawn at will. myll-tf J. A. Bl' PP. Treaanrer. ?AKL y b 1' K 1 >? <; w E A K Jt>T RECEIVED, JI ST BE* E1VFD, JI FT BECEIV TD, FOR E tRI.Y SPRING, FOB EAKLY SPRING. FOB EARLY SPUING, MIDDLING V EIGHT MIDDLING WEIGHT IDDLING weight DBEbS AND BCS1MEM SUIT , DRESS AND BCS1N ESS SUITS, DBKSS AND BL'blBBdH BLIT , LIGHT CASSIMEBB PANTS. LIGHT A A9SIMEKB PANTS, EIGHT CASSIMEBE PANT?*, AT IH'AL LOW PRICES AT USUAL LOW FB1CBS AT USUAL LOW PRICKS A. STRAUSS, A. BTRAISA, A. kTRAikV iwll PUMIIV11U AVENCB. 1*11 PENNSYLVANIA AVENt E, l?ll PENNSYLVANIA AV ENUB. Third D>eir Raat of lltli Street Tbtrd Door Eaet of lltb Streot n j Third D<>"r Raat of lltb Street. , m piiur4?JRraB. ?"">?? 1 ma OAFB AND GRAB 1TB COMPART, e^'~ a. A#emCy>tbjaci,^ radio Vra'AAWoBK t*2^LiTm'a7kit t*fta baiMera or contract or*, at II* towe* marmai w> hkTa c-nftantly an hand * l*TT a*aor? rat re Wa cimim u. , p^w^ert Block*. *-.Et of granite Cnrtiag, VeigiM Pa^eci?it Bl.<k*, Wibdow Bill*. Cape. Door Bina. J^epa, Wi'* Table. Baae tanraee. C. pin*, Ac. JAS. F RUSSELL 4 CO., Agenta, r'.ant'? Btlkdin?. No. TIT 18'b -t .tat N -w Torfc aaaa*? aad W?lcker'? m?rll-lr J. HANB.LIN no. 1BST PkHimTi. vajiu A SPECIAL NOTICES. Tk? prfseat ifTfrc iftlia h*e thr iH? virtue* of Mr*. J~rie?' Co'ogh Mixture? :b- n-.rute of bettlaa h*v?r.g been wiUtcwmu?Uh'ce?. Iu trial has Vtud moat a?h. A wr^toH ..r tough or tbe tnmnHrra Tfttedfit ki* cored with fij ,M succn. XI it Bit i bj^tiorsbKi to the tante, Mid -can therefore t>e readilv ue.-df-.r <-hildren and per?on? who object t<* " niixturea, particularly u feadoeee ar* ?mall and Mn> doee ciutaim the gtrm of an altl n.at^ ctr?. It? value in advened cm** or. rti-w ??rfrincon ei>H?nr.iption n;ust n tbe andere.tiih.iteJ. Jiniiy rfnch !t nii? entirely i rrr*'). oren ca?e? .rf ac ittOHy'd^fd cnw,uuipiit)D. Uuil* it luttcttfeJ; greatly relier^, wl a larjff number <*f th^e uafor Ui!.ate? u<>w nee it f.<r tn? reht-f it affitrd* tb.-m. ?i?r 4 Uild.C uih, liJni'Bit, Binurhitix. Honrae l"w' ?* ?"f afl-cti' n of the throat or luu/n you can u.-e notbiic more reticle. Pi icea?lars>- r,if. ? l, -mall. SO ct*. Por ?al? only by ABTill'B JfaTTANS, Dr.ijztat, ml.-ir ? ..ruer 2.1 aial Dc-reet* aortft-rwt. Batckcla't Hair Ore is the b?Mt ia th<> world; the only trwe and perfect nair Dye: ae riditttlon* ttot.rodi,app.,latw?,f, harml-ae, rrlif* 1*.liwan lane, in black or brown; at all drngitleta', and 16 B?ih1 street. New York. f ? A CUI. Agsagj^rg^!!ijaL*g=!gr Jpr ttto ur? ?jf Nervooa WwUrw. Early Dflcaj. W***" ?f.th*>Prtn?ry wad SemMal brgmta, and tire 7k^n, lS?2f a -7? baneful and T?n" .?***? 9r*mt PBmbem hare Wn cared by ICy.Si- . by a dealt*to benefit 1ST 1 M, the recipe AMUSEMENTS. IV'll s xc?r ?rcRA hacsb " JOH9 T. POBD. ..^Proprietorand *Matiager. THE GBEAT SOCIETY STAB, MISS AG.MES ETHEL, Will appear TO S1GBT in bfr origlu.il aaoce*?, PBOr FBOU, "parted b> her nearly an entire ?aa?cn in N-v Y? k FBI 1)A Y, BENEFIT OP MI*S AGNES ETHEL. SATTBDAY, AT tf O'CLOCK, GRAND AGNES ETHEL MATINEB. "^N^Kd ZTJZT U W'ALL S ME?V O P 1K.\ Ht)l>E, JuUN T. FORD...?..^._. Proprietor and Manager. s. BuffiS? """T OPERA. HM. W. >fctU l>' t Managing Direct ?r*. fl. ItRARK Tr "uur a\iXv!,iHTK \M> mvtinke. **sr?zsir$te: nday??? MlSh1 KM MA HOWS??N', 31B8 ZELDA SE0U1V. ?H B*OJKHOrSE^#&ICA -MB. ELOENE CL VKKK, MR. EDW ARD SEGC1N" CI,ATTli^r>J?. MU. GUSTAVUS iiall, M>n . 1 ?ip7LM H \Ni *fE' wOUwiiiticLAm^ 6. BL21l.i.S> ? Miioical Dire<-? ,.r, .'i.PKMNG Mt-dT. MONDVY; LI CIA Dl LAM MIR Moon. tliaiiiie of Opera ?ver> ni^ut. fee* ? r.f Prlc *:?Admission, 7fl c-UN. B arred -?a?- B*u..?i t irele, %]kMrcW?tra. *1M. Sal 5i,Ik* mn?k-atore, au<t a: Op?r.? Tunt-wlay. MaivliA*. mje at * yyASHIMGTOM THEATER (OM1QI E ' (Eleventh street, aontb Peaiiijlvania attutM. J THE DEST YFT' THE GREATEST EN'TEJ; TAIS31EXT IN AMKUU A. ?? .id ottr ilrt of aitr?. *;..??? attentively. Pirxt. we 3 * V * l'AN J EL V. ^v>n i comeit to w btaiNid jut" u world-wide j, pn..Ji,Jr- Alao. Mr. FBKD- LEVANTINE, w h." ill a Vrr-^1 l,f taiii^. and prrt<>nn!- hi? beautiful and ?n?oefu| with ihf ^rjjtal pvratniJr, alone worth the pric ? of adiM'.-aioB. The charmiiif '-Ooeen of St-rio-coinic c?Hata"isabw retained, POLLY DALY, wba will ft A HAM &7L * "L' if Ul ??f?C M?? *7",Ai? w ? champion h^htuin* Chan*. Aitirt. .\l*o exbil'if a rep<-rt<.ire ?.f new and daih ai?.",Tilt* .. M ALEXANDER BLASDOW SKI 'he M ait re de Ballet" and diatln?ni-hed mal< Iy."rHr? ,WI,k areatly auamenn-d Ballet froiiDe willi prodn?? a*?wal u?-w and beautiful ?cmationiii B.ilU ?, inu j?iuciu? the faiu<4 mid iWhins Hun mtuib Dancers, the KIBALPY STSTBBS. rfL pleaeidK S<<ubrette and Actreaa, Mian J ESSIE H') ARJ), wlUapp,-?r; a* alao the favorite Wa^bipfton ^ * aihl Dance men. the CULL YER BROTHEB^ Dan and Eddie Tn-n we have the p>ealar ??eoaii tr!< Iri-h Comedian aial Vot r 'lit. Pit B oti. y th 23'^1??^,' tb'e fr?~K?hk>Lm tZ*"ZZr: 2 ? ".ur',auk;th<? Veraatiie Actor. J.?-. i.? *nfT ' *il J?7" B'J'.IHey ,the anivernal ta\or Theae, w ith Harry Beere, Hoaton Brother-. jnd ?ur entire anuunioth novelty Troupe, will great and rare ??elar.?i of funVfroUc mirtji ..ud mu>ir. Tua eveun ?; ent' rtaiiimeiita to n" mUK ' r ''" kin* Farce of the IKISH ILT thr *"tirr atrenrtb of th- Cotu ?*" ,}. , G'and Coiupliui'ntarv B?'lieht t M me t iara Moore. ????j M:ain..-? WEDNESDAY and SATFRDAY. ml7 3LDN0 1 O.Krt.bltl., INiw 1H>) _ > aid fcale I iau 61?* MARKET..,. I?IB ST *o. 439 ;,b ?r^r "w^S^i M_.,t rh . . Odd Fellow'. Hall. ' * CbotenQH PadnMnn, Sn*r?Tln?,, Ohromoa, *c 'iS^tISiA'gasI .' iTtiia'^atrict00* **"' Plexe ruieibertiaaie and Number. Jal-ly" \^Ci>X 11, 61 'J Datraet, U>. om m^de rtret,u northwart, aelU caa ^ . ... SECOND-HAND.f'LOTHINO ?a;.. Boaaehold Pomitnre bought andaold Not?a b? mail BALLS, Ac. RA.%D I MOS BALL or TIfK lEPIILHil STATES I^SOfUTIOVS, march **, IS7 3, AT INALHiLBATION HALL Ti' ket?, (i; f>r tale at the principal hofela, at the Vtf k'u"*1 ,R,,d ???<? ?? I><*??K?tirr<* Of R. B. Mohllll & (jo Philn > ?v..|oi?..n., Kerv%ud \ Tower*, and Mor'ri?ona and b,JuT-iT",Wr*#t ,he *????*'v coitK""' u'w * A M CCA PP. Tr-amr-r. QRANO CIIARITV BALL. TUB SECOND ANNUAL BALL for tl?- Benefit of THE t HILDBEXJt HOSPITAL will |,e an en, uieler the au-pieea ..f the Director* of that in MASONIC TBMPLE.on the evetiinir of Tl FSI?A Y, the ]&)? of April next. ? i(li I'' a gemieuiau and lady, 9? 00 * Sunday paper* copv 1 LECTURES. "I ^CBBENCY LEGISLATION ' _ LECTUBB rV. V VMA.C* F ,VKO?*' FreTidenT lf" TBM PLtaJft' i'nlv* . Ji MASONIC ? i ii ? ? BDA Y, Marco O. WT3, at lya. Public are invited. * ml? St * f'ALLON JAMIsr BRIIN. . k . Pr*""2/ l,'Znl"r?mmi <*?? U have yonr Plumbinc, Gaa Fitting, mi 4' SeweraM promptly aueud.4 to .? reaaonahle u run, Kt un Looiaiana avenue, near ?th etreet, north Beetdepce, Ml M atrw^, north 1 a n. 'mil pOWBBVVL OPBBA OOMBIBATIOB SPECTACLES orrictAJL 4*3 Pecna ay?noa, corner 4M 1 dec nine Brwailian Pibbli lljii lailaa jaaM-ly | IME : LIME ' LIME ! 1* at I 11 ml LIME at #1 par barrel,, Wlivarad .ii all pntta o< t he city. THOMAS FAHtY.Hfthalreel. ? M 1m* aear La. a?e?M?e, n-^rthweet. ALB U.' 101 LEW. I will Bem jre and Pr. rent 8CALB lu any flbaaai Bel lei?, or make uo charge. Addreaa, , . ? _ . LORD, r' * ft ?w? delpaia. Pa. yHB CHINESE TEA HON? Haa removed t<l Hj Datrart, Mween 4lb and 7th. B Wtb aide. TEAS cheaper than ever. No rent to par. febll-te L BENJAMIN, Preprietar. EVENING STAR. Wtehington Hew and Gossip. Intekbal Kkvesce?The receipts from the source Urday were t23&.31<i.l0. Gen. W. T. ShKiiman amvnl here from New York last night. A?si*ta*Y Secretakt "A^VTti! w.i? ?worn in yesterday, but will net assume Lis dutie4 until Monday next. Ax.?b*sor Smith, of the Richmond (Va.) dig trict, has been appointed collector, vice Bur gess, removed. Vic* Prkpimut Wilson denies a report that he had declared that the success of the repub lican party demandt d the expuls.on of Cald weil from the Senate. Peace Commissioner ArromTio. The Rev. E. Thomas, of Cal., has been appMwted an Indian peace commissioner, vie* Gen. Appleby, ret.gned. Mb. C. C. Bkmis ha* been appointed by Sec retary Richardson supervising Inspector of ?team vessel* for the fir-t district of California vice Guthrie. Mas. Johnston, mother or United States Senator John W. John?ton, died at her rcii dence in Abingdon, Va., on Monday last, age I about seventy years. Mr. Tolbbrt Labstob, chief of the 1812di vision. Pension Office, has been placed in charge of the special service division, vice Mr. Joseph L. TiOcVney, promoted to be deputy commis sioner of pension*. ' 3 Tn* Uxiikd States Commissioner t?? Texas, having examined at Corpus Cliristi nearly a hundred witnesses, left for San Diego and Laredo ye.-ter.lav morning, and from Lare do they will move to Eagle Pass. The rrniRAL or Mrs. Pesnim vn, mother of Mrs. Secretary Robeson, took place at the residence of the Secretary, on K street, Co-day, and was largely attends. Several memlmrs of tfce Labinet, including Attorney General Wil liams, were pre.-e nt. T;ik f laiv aoi.m s made a raid on Secretary Richardson to have him rescind the decision of Secretary Routwell that drafts issued from the Treasury in payment or claims must be male ps?\.ible to the order of and paid to the claim ants themselves, and not to the attorney; l>ut th. Secretary this morning declined to rescind that decision. The White Hhi hk Yo-dat Biltiiuore seem* to have ran out of delegations, as n-m called npou the President to-day in reference to the colk etorship uf that port. Among th?? *lio mw fl.e President w.-re the Secretary 01 \\ ar, Senators Sargent, Gordon. Ames: Hrtc i eock, Lewis, and Robertson. Mr. Win. V. PiV Mtn<>ter of the l uited-States to Venezuela' and a number of Representatives. Ari'R.vi*kk# A ppoi jitki?.?Secretary De'an" has appointed Ot n. M. D. Leggett, Comir *ioner of Patents, Geo. S. Gideon..e^., and A. A. Hosnur, esq., to make an appralscmmt ?n the interest of the District of Columbia fn th. <.itv Hall building, under the act of Con^re?? I'HsmiI Ht the last * ssi.m f.?r the purchase bv the I lifted States of this interest; the ap praisers to be *i-[>ointcd l>y the Secretary 01" tli? interior. Thk Sot'THEns claims commission vester <Iay heard the eases of Samuel W. Geo zc. Samuel W. George, jr., and the heirs of Sok> mon George, all of Loudoun comity, Virginia 2k amounting altogether to over I ?6,'KW. Tliey also heard the caw* of .lam - l>oiiatd<-on. for *2,:'?id, .lames and Lucv Marcv, t'or James W. Tucker, tor" the clairaftfiTs residents of Alexandria county, Virginia. X 'il"r .star?Y??ir correspondent. ?'Hollywood," speaking of Joseph Dcnni. ("Oliver Oidschool~> as the editor of the Port fdio, pnblisbedin Philadelphia in the carl v part Of this century, saym b?- it ?*s wiiu wrote tip ?Tftn-lsm of Jack and GUI." In this he Is mis taken; the famous '-Jack and Gilll" article wliicli ap|H?iir?ci in the was from tbe pen of Nicholas Riddle, wiio wrote much fo hat magaziue. Yours. A:c. N. S A no eat. Senator CoxtBKTT. of Oregon, has refused his back pay, and asked that it be turned over to the Washington Monument Association. This gift will not go tar towards building the mo-m The amount Is filAMO as the mileago to which Senator Corbett was entitleu during tin Fortv-second Congress under the old law, hut ?hlch is cut ott under the new provision for pn\inent of salaries, amounted to *4 s^ixo which deducted from ?.r>,?00, the so-called extia compensation, leaves the foregoing balance. The Fate or the Steamer Georoe S. Wkiuiit?Paymaster Genera! Alvord on Tues day telegraphed to Major David Taggart, Chief Paymaster Department of the Columbia, at Portland. Oregon, as follows; "Has t!ie l.ineoiii or Telfair returned, ami what news concerning the fate of Paymaster J. S. Walker do they brmjj? ' Major Taggart telegraphed the following t*pl\: ??Ail three vessels have been liiard troni. Teliiiir fennd wreck but no of ese-aj*. Lincoln and Petrel found nothiug " The Caldwell Casb?In the Senate yester day, after our report closed, Mr. Conkling con tinued his argument on the Caldwell ca?e, maintaining that the Senate could not assume that Mr. Caldwell was not duly and legally elt cted and at the same time claim the imwer to expel him. Frand vitiates nothing except in the forum and In the proceedings in which it legally can be tried. Before Mr. Conkling concluded the Senate went into executive session and then adjourned. The Vienna Commissioners.?The artisans and scicntitic men, in all numbering'fifteen, appointed by the President to attend the Vienna ex]K)sitioii, and whose names were published in yesterday V Stab, are to have their actual and reasonable exi*n*es paid, not to exceed tM.o-io eaeh, to be detraved from the r40?,0()0 appro priated in February last to pay the expenses attendant on the display of American coutri nntioiis. The honorary commissioners are to receive no pay for their expenses or otherwise. The Finakcial Police of the Govern ment.? Secretary Richardson says he will not depart from the financial policy or his prede cessor, Secretary Boutweil, that policy haviuf been approved by the President. He savs lie ??would not, if he oould,deviate from it, because he regards the letter of the President to Mr. Houtwdl as mandatory. It approve ?? what has been done and what was projiosod to be done in future bv Mr. Boutweil, and assumes that the ,..*ve. aPProvtngly passed upon Mr. Boutwcll's policy." Sebator Cassbbi.y will take no notice of the charges made against bim to the effect that his election to the Seuate was secured by the Rank of California, having made it a rule of his life, he says, not to notice such attacks. He believes in the sentiment expressed by Bishop Chaae, of Tennessee, "that ? ?*?? '? always written down ^ Tke cbarges were first made im mediately after Mr. Casserly'a election some four years ago .and published in pamphiet form by \ oln^y F. Howard, one of hifl competitors, but no official notice was taken of tnem. Thb Bemi-Abbtal Cobvbbtiob of the rail ro*d passenger ticket agents, (heretofore re ferred to la Thb Stab,) will moot at^Tillard's to-morrow morning. The con vention will be called to order by llr. E. A. Ford of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, who is president. The delegates repieaent all the principal lines of the country, and it is experted that there win be about jtfo present, and that Uie proceedings will be unusually Interestioc A ntmber of the delegates have already ar rived, and the trains to-night and to-mwrow will bring In a great many more. Pbbsobal?Mr. and Mr*. A. R. Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mullett, and Mr. Gm. 8. Gideon, left Washington to-day for a trip south M far as Kew Orleans, going by the w\v of Caattanooga. ????Charles Francis Adams'has l?een appointed commissioner to the Vienna ex roi-ition, vice Alex. H. Rice, resigned. ? ? ? The Postmaster General returned to the cltv fn?m his homo at Elktrni. Md.. ventenlny, and ditrinK W i'l?y Visited the President. Secretary 1(# lj? sofi is making arrangemenbi to have a cgrtnee erecte?l for hisfani.l\ at I^ing Criiich, wLicn he will occupy this summer. Mrf. Hot* PikCt, wife of Gen. ??. H. Baker, rnmmiiuiiflitff of P?-r*wOB% illol attlkt residence of the family, *07 H street north we?t, at noon to-day. TLe eomniw-orvcr Hm the eympathy of a large eireie of fn?wd? h; hi-- bereavement. OiuiRin T<1 Dctt?The following superin tendents of national eenn-teriea have tven or Adiol to lysine tbtlr tUtlGit Sura l. MoKeown, Florence, S. G., aud Engrne Sullivan. Ander miTilk, Ga. /"JT Ter Nrw Wa* Yassici.8.?The Navy depvt D nt will noon luvifli propo?.il* tor the construc tion of tl?e englaetof some of the new war ves sel* authorized by the last session of Congress. Of these new "learners ti\ e wuo<k?n ones will b>; bu t at the navv yards, and three iron ones con structed by contract. Mi*?Asnes Ethet. appeared to great, ad vantage in "Frou-frou" at Wall's Q|>era Hou* last night, a play in which she first achieved her reputation a* an aetiesa of snperior merit. "Frou-Frou" wa? WWT Before performed ?o well in this city. It will be repeateei Uiie eve ning. The rbtort of the committee on elaims on the case of Commissioner Douglass, whose dej uty was a defaulter while he was a collector at Erie, has apjieared. It was written by Mr. Frye, of Maine, and not only wholly exonerate* Mr. Douglass, but *i>eak?of his integrity and faith full i ess in high terms of praiae.?.%>ringfirl>l Kcj uUican Spti iat. Se< bbtaky Belkmaf leaves here next Thursday for Chicago, where he will l>e joined by General Sheridan, and together they will inspect the military posts of the department of Missouri. cs|>ecially in Texan. The Secretary will he absent font or six week*, and,(luring hi* absence. General Sherman will be acting Sec retary of War. Ma'OR O. E. IIauox k. corps of engineers will proceed to Cape Anu, Massachusetts, on public business, and, npon completion of tlie same, will return to thi? city. General Bib cock goes %> Cape Ann to examiue the stones for tlie base of tl.e Scott mono inent ordered by fongrcss, and which are now being quarried at that point. He will leave as soon as his official duties will permit of hi* absence for a lew days. There is bit oxe vacant seat now iu the senate, and that belongs to Ia>ui*iana. Pinch back has Ken elected, but not yet admitted. < if tlie seventy-three members of the Senate a'l '?nt tire are here. The absent ones are Mr. Kdniunds. who baa gone to Europe, and Messrs. Hamlin, Johnston, Brownlow, and Flanagan, w ho have gone to tlieii homes. Lcalinf S' ua tors arc am ions to close the sc^ion as soon as |x>s-ihle, and on motion of Mr. Anthony this (routing a resolution wax adopted that tlie s:< iiatc hereafter meet at II o'clock dally in or der that the business may be brouglit to a close. K<rr So.?The published statement that the resignation ot Mr. J. 11. Savslle, chief clerk o' the Treasury Department, would be' accepted % tendered, wa-> entirely unauthorized. flie ? blitv villi which Mr. Sav.iie has diaclnirg <1 the "tufes of his responsible position is I'uHv recognised hy Secretary ltic'iard-on, and tlie ilo>' cordial relations exist between these two jeu'lemtii. The re|?ort that Assistant Secretary Hurt ley will be removed seems to have im foundation in fact. Commissioner Douglas* is not, as has been stated, an aspirant to Mr. Hm t ley's |>osition. Phok. Hixkv a* an AsiATErn Actor ?It would seem the most unlikely thing possible that our grave, dignified Prof. Henry could ever have appeared on the mimic stage, but Har , ? ' II ? i.!>j so a vers as follows: '-Speaking of Pro!'. Henry, who i> an Albanian, iu early lite lie wae an*ft''uurable aetor, and had a strong predilection lor the stage; at the sam.? time he had a fondness for science. It w asTor some Uipe in donbi whether the former or latter should carry the day. Happily for sMfnce, he decided in her favor. The gentleman who communi cates this to tlit* Weekly has frequently s.^en Prof. Henry on the -boards, and pronounces jiui the best amateur actor he ever saw," i ? l ? i? ? i* S'o*INAT!0*S BY THE PltESI DF.VT.?The President sent the following nominations to the Senate to-day: Washington iVotb, collector of customs, lialtiniote. Mil.; Adam K. King, naeal orticer. Halt'more, Md.; John 11. Pillow, surveyor of customs, Portsmouth, N. H.; Seluclus Gar tielde, collector of customs, Puget Sound, Washington Territory; Benjamin F. .Green, Win. J. L. Nicodemus, Wm. W. Hendrickson and Edward S. Ho'deu to be professors of mathematics in the navy; Augu-tus <?. Ta>sin to be second lieutenant i?th infantry; Mm. Ella Matson, postmaster at .Jefferson City, Mo. Cv"" '<???? '>f /?' ?nil K- rnus?C. L. Harris, Ith ? I ?ti ift of North Carolina; E. li. Smith, .td Virginia. The Cask or Senator Boot?The Senate committee on privileges had uo meeting on the case of Senator Bogv, ot Missouri, to-day. The incmiiersot theeommitteethis morning received ?opiesof the test imonv taken hel'ore the legis-^l lature committee which tin v will exanrne, atvl lien determine whether or not they will inve? iigate eharges against Mr. Bogy. It seem* to be the impression howe\er that the whole matter will abide the decision of the Senate in the Caldwell case now under consideration. Should the Senate decide that Mr. Caldwell's seat "houId not he vacated uo lurther action will Ik? taken on any ol a'.leje'l cases of bribery. <ju the other hand if Mr. CaldwclI'Mieat is va c*t< d by the action of tbe Senate sir ur h?.rges against other Senators will be t r ougldy investigated. NAVAI tiRDKRS?Lieutenant Charles B<-lk nap is onleicd to the Hydrogiaphic ottice, Washington, D. C.. April 1st, ami Pay Director K. H. Clark, to the Philadelphia Naval AsvlRtn, April 1. The following officers have be< u detached: Lieutenant Commander Francis H. Shepparil, from Pensacohi navy-vard and placed on waiting orders; Lieutenant Com mander Charles G. Hawley , from naval station. League Island, oil 31?t inst., ami placed on waiting orders; Lieutenant H. C. Keene, from Bos on navy-yard and placed on waiJog orders; Lieutenant E. P. McClellan, from receiving ship Vermont, at New Yock, and order* d to the Juniata, Medical Director Lewi* B. Hunter, from Philadelphia naval asylum, on 31ht inst., and placed on waiting orders;' Medical Directors \Vm. dohnson and George Maubby, as members of retiring board, on ."1st inst., and placed on waiting orders; P*v Director Bobert Pettit, from Philadelphia naval asylum, on April l?t and ordered to settle accounts', and then wait orders; Master L.tn>s K. Chester, from league Inland naval station, on 3lst inst., and placed on v airing order-: and Master W. B. Arrants, from the Pawnee, and placed on waiting orders. IMI'MKTANT A15VY ORMI-Q^ri lien to h<t rQr' in Ltffifln'iuti. ?The following general order has just been issued by tbe Sec retary of War : ' Tbe practice?which has prevailed to a con siderable extent?of army officers visiting and remaining at tbe seat of government during th session* of Congress, with the view of influ encing legislation upon military affairs concern ing the whole army, and which have been or can be brought properly to the attention of Congress only by tlie President, the Secretary of War, or the General of tlie army, has be come a serious evil, highly detrimental to (be public service and disrespectful to snperior au thoritv. Such action on the part of army officer* not only consumes time, but is a task upon the time of members of Congress, causing them embarrassment and hindering necessary legis lation?of which they justly complain and in jures the army In public opinion. The advanta get, if any, to' the individual cannot counteract tne disadvantage to the service. It is therefore ordered : I. That no officer, either ec??'e* or re(ir*<f, shall, directly or indirectly, without being called npon by proper authority, solicit, sug gest or recommend action by members of Con gress for or against military affairs. The fore going lii not intended to preclude officers from illustrating or expounding a measure before Congiess which may have received the favor or sanction of tbe President. Secretary of War or General of the Army. The experience of of ficers when so nttd is a*d will be viewed as val able. II. All petitions to Congress by officers, rela tive to subjects of a military character, will be forwarded through the General of the Army and S. crctotyef War far their action and trans mittal. III. An officer visiting the seat of ffovern ment String? tturitm wilL n|<on his arrival, register his name at the adjutant genorai> office, as now required, and, in ad dition, address a letter to tlie adjutant general of tbe army, reciting the pttrpoae of ami time that will he * mhraeed by his visit, and tbe au rtpuity under w hirh be 1* absent from his com mand or station. The purpose or object, so're cit?^. will be the strict guide df the officer du ring bis stay." EXECUTIVE SESSION OF THE SENATE Tht'bboat, March Mr. Anthony stibruitt d a refutation author lung the comroi' tec on printing to in .ulre into the number at bills, rtjiorts aixl puMic <kio? mena printed for tkr use 01 the Senate. and re port wbat changes, if any, are neoe*?ary. Adopted. Mr. Anthony moved that hereafter ftedailr hour of meet i iik of the Senate be fixed at ltt. 'O a. na. Agreed to. The Caldwell case wa? then taken ip. Mr. Hamilton (Md.) read ait argument deny ing the power of the Senate to inquire Into the 1iialiti<-atiou*of members of a *tate legt?kla?ur.% ar.d declared that he could not vote for th resolution reported by the committee. The |>ower claimed by this resolution wai> a doubt ful l-ower at b?*t! and be asked why not resort In this <? a?o to the exercise of an s?4<rabM power?that of expulsion? In every aspect of thin ca>e he preferred that the undoubted lm? er resting in the Senate should be exercised. and be should vote accordingly. He could not for a mom- nt entertain" the idea that tbe senate vok to set itself up as the censor ot the members of the legislature. The Senate had no |>o*er or right to put the m tuber* of a legislature on trial. The testimony showed ? horrible condition of affair in Kansas, a de fpneraey in morals and politics, in which the Liiator from Kan~a* was involved; it showed a uiiity of guilt unparalleled anywhere. He could not compromise with fraud, ami while be sympathised with the pernm on whom he was called to pass judgment, be could i??t avoid condemnation of his act in the noM solemn foi m. Mr. ConKling then resumed his argument commenced yesterday in denial of the authori ty of the Senate to pass the itending resolution. As to the alleged proofbot bribery, he h<Md that bribery to be proved must be established bv proper legal evidence. One member of tin committee, (Mr. Carpenter,) who ha* studied tbe laws of evidence for twenty years, hv as serted that no intelligent and upright jury or court would find one solitary instance of bribery of any member of tbe Kansas legislature. An other' member of the committee (Mr. Lo^aii) has s]>oken to the same effect. A third member. (Mr. Anthony.) dissented from the repert. ?luch received the sanction only of fourteen members. t ?? ?? ? ???? Thk Wekki.ySta u, j?i?t issued, contains tbe | proceedings of the executive session of the Sen ate; nominations and confirmation* during tfto week; pruce?-dinc* of the Methodist conference.*; how St. Patrick's Day vu cel. hrated; o?m<uii tation of the sentence"of O Brien, the murderer of Samuel II. CawWUM; end of the ('*??" against Kev. Dr. Huston; anelefy no?c?; lat est and liest tales. i*?ems. sketches and fashion items: together with Interesting local new Washington news andgo*?lp,agricultuial ilcius. household receipts, &c., Arc. T>tm* One doi'ar ami a half per annum, in advance; single copies ttve cents, in wia^'jiTs. ready for mailing. ? ? ? - W'H AT FoPTtn. THE C Alt-HOOK Ml i:?Kt:KK VaidAmitGi'V. Dix's Levi hit.?When Fos ter ri au Gov. 1>ia"s letter Tuesday, he erii> cistd it clot* ly and disput* d 'lie of its ?v*t lions ?'Theie, yon see." sa. : (ie. ??he says I ?tTuck Putnam two blows, but I onlv strucV. him once. I did not strike bint a .?nd lime' " An?i so the uuhappv man went on t<i ugtie b: hopelcss rase when there was no tribunal to hear and his app< al lud already passed in effectual btforethe judgiu' u' sh'?u! rant The genet:<l impression to be gained from Ilia.' be reviewed the governor's opinions wm that he felt all bO|<e to be gone, and t.iai t be letter was the Rat of hi* fate. Fos'^r'e api<etite ha?- noticeably failed within the pa-t week, and ' since last Saturday and Sunday be hasappa rently bt eu sinking in physical strength as weli as iii fortitude. The opinion expressed by ofticia's about the Tombs?by those who see the B'tn daily?is that he is tailing so fast in nerve that some difficulty may, perhaps, be exj?eri- 1 enced in carrying out the sentence on Fiiday lie is depressed in the extreme, and constant meditation upon the terrors of his positior seems to be breaking him down without his con SCloutuess of the tact, Wmvan Mibdeu* i\ Skw Y.w:k.--M try Fa gkl\ Sfct'l forty-fire, was beaten and *t tin ?i to tieatii in her room, at 51 j West *tr~ f. New York, Monday night. Two men a:vl a woman, who were "drinking in the even'nj; with the deceased, have been arrested on u picion. Julia FTickey. aged th.rty years, who wt? thrown by her husband from a window o' their residence*, 427 w<st 2-ttli street. V.-w York, on tbe night of .Jan. !>th, died in Bellevue ho- pim last ni^ht. S-?rTH American Sysifathv y r Cpba.? The secretary of state of Bogota, ha* i? i-sl * ciicular to ill the governments of CeuUra' America ami Sooth America, Inviting them to cooperate with the Uu*tcd States of Colombia w'tli a view to induce the United States of America to join with them In |?er?<;iHdiu2 Spain to recognize the independence of Cuba and r?c cept an equivalent In money, tbe sum to be made up l>y tbe different associatetl republics, slid In tbe meantime the w tr now going on shov.ld lie hai monized. Thk >frTHi>ntsT I'mvursitv at Nash vili k?There is much rejoicing ainon< the Methodists and citizens of Nashville. Tenn , overt.be mnnitlcence of Commodore Vanderbilt it> MibscribiUK s-."Kai,<Ksi towaidsestablishing the Metli<?list Cniversity. which will probably be located there. Half a million m ire will 1?.* raised, in accordance with the design of the Teiinissee Methodists. A Tkap^.k Ac?n>a>T.? The fastening*of the tra|?ze bioke from the center |K?le of a cir cus while two gymnasts were performing up. 111 it. in Nashville,' Tenn., on Friday eveninjr la^t. With a stream of terror the men were dash.-<l to tbe ground, and one of them was taken tip tor dead. He w as subsequently restored to con sciousness. hut Is seriously if not fatally injured. Nkari.v Khapy run Sea?The Pennsivva nia. the fir?t lamuhcd vessel ot the Ameri. ? 8teumsbiii .?ompany's tine line, is nearly readt to proceed on her' first voyage. Shew ill.>e "nrnished throughout in tbe m.?st elegant v?t substantial manner. The initial trip of the Pennsylvania w ill take place at an early dty? I'ki'oil' fj l<i<i hM"rck lt>. Local Option is Tonkbskk A hill i ts passed the Tennessee legi-lature amend ng ine tippling laws? br knviiig Flic .)ue?tioii to the *ote of the people ntdlfteretlt <1l9trtot?, on the 1st of dune, whether they will allow ; - pling houses in their re>j^ctive localities. 'J'Ue bill will be signed by the governor. Tiie Fkem h Geuax Treaty Hatimeo ? Tbe French assemMy yesterday aftvnoouratl. fled without a dissent*n'g voice the treaty Mg- .1 on Saturday last between Thiers and the i. r man ambassador, providing for the paymen if the war indemnity bikI the evacuation ot t iO French territory.' St iriDEor a I.adt?Mlas Mattie B. l>nnlop, agetl 22 years, committed suicid-' in Petersbiug, Va.. on Suialay last. She w.te ada igliterot tbe late .fames TMinlop. of that cite, and inovtsl in the best circles ut society. The particular .?f tbe sad e\ent are suppressed.? Lincl.'- y K-pnllican. *" Gi.austone Kksumes thk Phkuikr^bt ? Last evening cimlstone proce<i?led to Wiud?ar, ai?l submitted to the Qneen the names of the incoming cabinet. He was to annouuee in t<ie Honseof Commons last night that he has de cided to remain in office, with all his colleag ?. Coxoress i it>H[-Rin Aoaix.?Both ho :-aa of the Michigan legislature have adopted reso lutions condemning the action of the late C Ti gress in voting to Increase their p?v during : te expiring hours of the session, and applaud ig thoae who opi?osed the measure. The Nicaragua Casal.?The El Par ir of Valle Gattel, of February 22. says the p. -- tlcability of a ship canal through Nicar t a has been settled by the labors of tbe prr it United Stages sarveylng party in Nlenrag-i-. Brc* *v?". T>a*a.?The l,oai?vllle Conr r ?lournal publishes the reply of Congre4? ~a Beck, of Kentttckv. to the reoent article In . ? New York Sun. Mr. Beck Is very savag-.- ?? Mr. I>ana. Prize Fioh raas Aimiksteh.?Martin 15 is and .lobn Foot* started a prize light at Astoi. %, Long Island, yesterday morning, but the ]h>' e made a descent upon the gang and aru? yd Foote and six of liis party. Com f rom t bed.?The clerk of U. S. Uitu d Attorney Bliss in New York ye*c?rday st it>-4 that the case of Pbe||?, Dodge JSc Co. has i. aR Inally seUletl on the pavmeur of *271,00(i to the government by the firm. Ei I aLton. the school teacher, wlw -^ot herself en Monoa* night hi New York, died yesterday and was unetMtscioua tsoaa the ti im ot the shooting. The Eeie orriiiALS sn&pemhsd restci.iajr were Horatio N. Otis, secretary; dnattn D. White, assistant treasurer, and John Hilton, auditor. '* bkavy storm reported in C" ** go, and alsu Tn Maine. i TELEORAKS TO THB 8XAK. This AlUriMal Dlapatcl AbMiClA'JKit I KK** REPORTS. o The OfDfral KallrwU Bill the *eu JfW> UjNUlurt. T*k*T">, March The senate na?ed mu.a.mo:i*ly the |6t(r>l r*llrti*4 bffl wwi"!* !>?-<? a bv the hau?e. Tlie looai option bill hx? oteu awli iniU lv postponed. Xfn T?rh KIRK LAST RlltHT. Nkw York. March 2I>?A ttre in buiMin^ No knian ?trert l??t night iluu*(?tl Uir HM'k oi .1. 1'. T ravers & Co. Charles bouefi 0", J. V. Waldron Jt Co. fhjWiO. THk " mailtK" IX roltK. It is -aid ilial the recent advance iu the price of |K>rV here l? ow tng to a heavy dpiiuihl iiviin the larger and wealthier eouutrie* of Europe for poik to he converted into baron for ar my food. The fact that out or Ur<> house* is Urn eity bold ?r? at tiuautitic* of pork Lao given rue to a rumor of an intended " corner," but no ml founded stat< ment on the subject i* made. THI T H UK A 1 K N K1 > 1 A KOB STRIKE. There is nothing new iu reference to the apprehended strikes auung the workiufukeu. The ?lournevmen Woodcarver*' L'uiou lukJ a geneial meeting last night, bnt the subject of striki a was not considered. At the ?emi-monrhlv meeting of the Working me us I'mon lut even ?ng, the resolution* recently adopted by the Eb. plovers' Protective Association, declaring urn H iding and abso'ate opposition to the de mands of the trades union*, were referred to a Committee for consideration. No further actio* was taken, but several uieiubco assorted that there would be a general strike a.thin a couple of month*. THK 8? HOOBBK J?4EFH KAniAXMAM. A >|>ecuil dispatch from Portsmontb, V If , says the schooner.Ioacph Garland. re|N>rtod ioet with all on board. Is ?afe at Rockland, Maine. TfcS MORE FEMALE DOCTORS. A medical college here graduates fen female doctois ttta week. ? THI RTARD, witli articles for the \ teuna exposition. will be ready for sea to-day. She has on boar! a thousand packages. Some few case* hal to l?e left over to be forwarded by steamer. a nnrxKnt wife *i kderer. Peter tiaihin. a laborer, ot Wif1iant?bttrg. ?ri?HL>lv stabbed his wite with a pair of scissors lest Right, l.ecau-? he found her on the floor drunk upon rtturniug from work. FRRIOCf ROW IN A LA6KK KRKR SAf.OOX. At a lscer be? r saloon tig'it in First aveittie last evening. Mrs. .Jeanett Schnltr roerived a terrible aouiid on the head, and Philip Smith was severely injured. BANK gt'St'ENDEO. It h stated that the Bull's Head Hank. of this city, has suspended this morning, thai it i? sur rounded by an excited crowd ot deiioMtori THE ARREST WA8 Ml DK M-DAV of some pasts iiger* ou incoiu ug sleaiur- wlto are stspecud ot being the perpetrator* of the late forgerieaon the Dank of England. THE lAILtRK or THK Bl*LL's BEAU BASK is ts tie. Tue bank is closed anl in charge oi the phllce. A notice* on the door ntr Ui i u fairs are under consideration and a report will be ma "e at the earliest possible ru <ut -u{. Crowds of depositors surround the btiildirig. It is riinmred that the stisfw-uston is owing to 'le falcations by some of the officer*. Arra-T <?v osk <?f the i*at:ttk* < ttvn'.CP ? VITI! FI!All> ON THR BASK OF EXOLABD. I-it r intelligence ui rcgaid to the airest made this morning is that but one man, Geo. McDonald. ?i> arrested. The arrcot wa?m on 1-ofird the Thuriugia, from Havre, on die l<ervon of McI>onald was lonnd a?.w<?i ia Ktitr lish g?;d. diamoad* and other valuable artiHe*. The authorities huve l*en for the pa-t three weekf in constant communication with Inniec tor Kailev,of the London detectitc police, from whom a description of Mi Donald was oliUm?l. Th? description was given the I. ondon detect i\e by Ncyes. who wa? rccentlv arretted iu oonnec tion with the lrauds. HI KE WERE KITrTFEX BitW: jm,R <sm I> to day. amounting to about ?4,772.?o,?T at trom lll T'ltO ll'.^J. The gnvetntU1 at advertised t?? sell otie miliion and a-hulf, which it sold a' 110.57/j o From Enrope Ta-Hsy. TUt CASE OF MARSHAL HA/.AINK. Palis, March 3")?The peeliminarv isi piiry into ttie c???- of Marshal Bazaine has bocn concliidt d. Nothing has lieen decided upon touching the maunei and place of trial or flie Com{K>>ition of the triluu.al before which tue ease a ill l?e heard. Friends of the Marsha! arc now allowed to visit him. KUTTIOXI TO FILL VA'"AKC-IE? in tlirepresentation of sevral depafln ?nts n the national assembly have beeu ordered ta held on the -Tth ot April. THE lltOT AT VVoLVBRHAirrrO* Lox ?ui, March 2n The not in Wolver hsmptoii day b fore yesterday was bet we u Knglislini?n ami Irishmen empl<>\ e<l in thr c"*l mim - in the vicinity ot that town. The trouble bad been brewing for some davs, atid culmi nated <hi Tuestlav in an open conflict. The authorities bave arrested over one hundred of the men who participate*! in the riot. A di> patcli from the M-eae of the disturbance tlii? morning sa>s there are indieatinsot a renewal ot hostilities to-day. The Kuglisb miner > threaten to strike uiile# the Ih~h ? mplov-s are discharged. The sliopkeei>er> of WoUerhitmo toii. a;>pr? bending noting and deputations, are eloslnr their place* of business, an t tnere Is much alarm among the citizeus. ? The I'osfrr ( aw. AV IB IfScTIO-V WASTED TO ST*?I" TUE ISO TO-MOKRl'W. Xi w York. March 20?The assistant eotiBNel tor I o?ter tlii? morning submitted tiie iKiiut at law that the Governor having respited Foster -vieb action v irtuallv sot aside the seutmce ot death ami the appointment of the day and hour of eve* ution. Cou?e?i?entlv it would be iu order to move that the sberitt be s?-rved witli an ii - iunction staying the execution to-morrow until Foster shall have been retaken l?efore couit and again sentenced to death by the jndge lietore whom he was tried. These points are now being considered bv the two judges of the supreme court, in private eon. ?til tat ion. and. if considered tenAMe. the nu t-on for an injunction will be made in open eotut this afternoon. It is generally believe), eowever. that this last hope of a further respite is vaiR. Foster's family left by to-day'* steam t for huro|>e. His children, at his own reont?t, have not been allowed to *ee him since hi- in carceration. ? The Railroad Wriks lis Mlaaonrl. St. I.oci*. March .29.?Affairs ?u th?; :>i Louis, Kansas t ity and Northern railroad were more <)uiet yesterday. A switch was burned and an eng tie partially run oft t'ie track at Lexington ? I unction la*t night, but no <lamaire was done. The Sberitt of Itav county witli a posse was ou the sj>ot and arrested tho-w engaged iu the affair and took them to the Kicbra ond jail. There are now nearly one hundred Metropolitan Police iu this city and along rt?e line of the road. who. with the local authorities, are amply sufficient to guard the trait s and 'uoperty, aud no farther trouble la apprehended. Cholera and Small I'ox In l?Milk Aaaerlra. N ?:*? Yobe, March'JO.?The steamer Merrl ?uac brings <lates from Kio de Janeiro to Feb ruary 24. and Kt. Thomas to March M. She repoiis that the 1'iiitod States fleet left Kio de Janeiro for Kio Platte, on arcount of the vellow fever, of which from fifty to aeveutr cases were reported daily. Tho opidemic hkd extended to Itahla and Peraaiabuco, where it vu so far confined to the shipping. Tue rboWra uad broken out in Para, and was very fatal. BUM mm Bkthlehkb. Fa., March 20?The bo.lv ot ?u unknowa man, draadfall mangled by the' pa<w a?^ of * train, was found onthe Lehigh valley ratlroad track this morning. The corou^ ?U1 Wd an inqoest. [Second Dispatch.] B*7,*LRBK*. March ?.-The bodv of tuo aian killed oa the railroad kas been i<ientifl*d RRjaaae* Howard of Reddlngtou, Pa , where he ww* employed at a furnace. ? _ ^ hy tho New YcMtE^Varcli JO?A Kicbmond, Va., special ?ay? there U great Indigaatioa ia south western vitglnia over the arreat, to Patr.ck county, by I nited State* officials.of the <-o mty iudge', shehd, aad others apoa com|dai?it of a lagitive negro. ? ^ Pittstob, Pa., March J?.?^"tie post cih^e waa entered by burgian before Ive ox lock this morning, who ransacked the office and carried off* 1,100 in stamps. The adjoining store of C. Pugh waa also entered and a BBf*ber Bf arthslee packed Hp fee removal, hot boiag dlstarbod ?he bBTgkua fled a'.thouj removing the Intended the mint of th? St. vlUMt Hotel this agraiag.] m l?' m<?rw rtre. PlWCISlMt-, *?., V*r n ?. A d'?pa~t, t?* th? t*k*wm+rtr state- tfc?? L*k.e OH*, I'h'int trh.. sra? i<*rtia(1v d-s?r *>1 hv an tw cettdiarv Irf ??> rk* Uth in?? *?? -lores iW p<an-;ff<;e. aid twri MkM ??* ?an ?nand ? ?? ?4' .???>. *?'i h?le Insurance. - -? ? ?? Th* Fq?t(t?rtHI la F?tm' tHia. r? . u<<. b -A *e vare atavm nf (tail, ratii ?*t M?.t iwe tails tor* and It la ??.?* at VlaucL CLu..k. AliriiM*! and iMr ' ? r ?. V?rl? Drj CkmhI. i,rkfL PtetVK -hewed iTr.Mwm,i, improvemei t d?* ?*?? r*'1 w?<ek. a*Ml fKr nma-n?. mm in the market A na the ^TZiTa^ ?Mirrhaot wild ftml* much ? th. ?,??!,T ?Llrk D4rkiU their com l4?r t we ItAvk at.d IffiBf wore P'?era' pur *h*?T* of geneTat <*rr gwml*. C<*V?t goods have heen in bri?k re quest twin h-dh ir n*.?l?! K>lt.ene awl a* rk* actual coaruas^e *wi? ptm with the prw d?<-vaa, tkit tUvtf fcfru m> important devia tiont It prV-- during ?1ie we?.V hat the market rr*.r*^T ?"d regular ftw nearlv all de *ri|ttot? Woo|ler>* tare lmprot-d ?>inewha' c,*u'" lit ia a lr> Jldfa ?h??tngsand <kin >jr ha\ebeen!u eoorf d-uitn.! thr.> igh.ut tl ^TITsT.1' v ?t?i',Tr?r all ni'ke.. ar ' Tr.'S1 jfirvsr sr ? eral leading hrand* are rrrv aw^i Pr" were t.MUl, 4U n?,,W the I*a< kage ami hi aaort-d Ma * < ?tan.*U di?pla??d much more activity, w, . ?hirtit>g *trlpes a lid nod. m ground* n<-r? ?n request. The dewiaM fbr jxilka ?r ?? Unites nnabaUd.and larre orders have rUr?d with tiit agents toi latwt deli\er\ \ 1 ? BuUtlm. A "Pit?mm? l?rri.rT!v?" i <?xri. -r*? \ 1. Hafc*. ? *?? tl ve." a me Lrk ?i ?vf..n J u.i^ Moor<* K??iK? county court 01 wwmw. N, ? >? , *toi?day, ati<1 oonvictM of |? r'ury. In IP '** ;'?fn<?a Cox, a?rd ?V ?a#d li ? ? aix?liiif A. i o?, tor an ^I??. it. .Kvoror Rttnindef adaitrrjr. I br part..-h* 1 I ? iher for woe Uw m N?. Iriu Ma.l?, nj Nf * \ ork clfy, auc* on the trial ot tL Hatch wa? |>rndnced ?* a wir?? ?? for t Uatid. Hatch Mror.' ihnt h?- liad ? M?. < ox and a kiuhler. Kokrrt P. N. ,., U? ait aMMjuaUoii in hi* in TaUiaut Rcwcomb Lad tLc di-ji'tive arm>t?M juty. anJ he ?m cowiai-usl t?. await tl M tbr yrand jury, which fon>i.| ?n Ir. a?a"..t l.tw Mib^MuenJlv. Whrn the . call<*l. MoihUv, N?*w<oimI> t<?u??Hl thx everiiu^ Uuit tbe ?)rtrt ti\e ?aore l<? t>. . \ > comb ?om# luU? U? honar in rutiian, . Wra. (>n. the witt-.c*. ?an niri 1 ******T-?'?hapi.anV.c, of tbaorw.ud umtk ? New \.wk. r ... ?*" ?.m>U?au*i ???!.?,??>, a< , ?th? r U htiinonj daiu?ciii? to tin- dcu. . .? ian found 3 T^nllct avainrt bin. > Natch wan ?*utrii<?fd !??? vnm aw<t J u. ? prtmiii. THr *4?UOiriUTTI T-t?.J?LATt * t ?it Ksirsiit mt TiukCumiiiii Si ?, J"**" -'* ** MiNicbuetti h<>u? . . reM-utatirpf hu-t evening U>e report of th m.ttcc on reilcrnl relation* oa the M?tu - rnrging from the jouruaU ot the M?* r> ?olutJ<>n* of ceiwure on Senator Ch Hi.n.ner, jiaaM-d at the extra *< <w|..n, cim.i atKl atVr a bt*f dlacawioa tW Oaa^ a??4 for taking the rote arrived. ?),*u the h..u tiU) d to <^rb?tltt>te rii? rfailrc r?tcin>llnw 1 j aiiMillmg the re-o!ve of Om lant k-glJTa. i whielt ? a> offered hy a u-iiorttv of tLe\ .nu tre 01. federal n-Utioirf. by *M yea* to 1?7 iia, Oth<r rah?titQte< offV red lurliig ten <Un' a ?"j'j?vr h"Vtct mer"?? *>??tion\t* tnd liic nu'u-r ti lji?< r bra rote01 to t ui. *??! tk reixut ... Wwe ?'? Withrtr^w il? turnk?ii for the rrtcindfii| of ttie r. wh c then adopted The report wtii .muuii in tb? aeiuit*- in a day or two. J HE BBOTHFRnoon Km ixkkr^ lM?Arr>w HKr-1?(inMMLnr r?H: thi M.^.rwt AtbTkJ t.raii.l Chief t n^inocr Wilaow, f th^ Hr.ttber ~?l ' "gti^eea, uik> interview with 0?n?ral Si.p ni'ten.!. nt \ an Horne at St !>???. *ta'e.| "* V" no' > *e*e~>l in the TUM* W the ^t. IxufttK. Kat.xvCil v a ml North ern aedtha* a .h Mr tt,e w,.^k fh? Vxherly <iItimoii: It ?v ?,, ri..|tt? .? of the rrilei. of the nrg:u,i??*?!?. ??.j ?,.>? bn ?un. t;<>ne<i h\ It. Me fcHKt the w?v to d< ?l w:*?i '" ,h" "?'?:?? ?- to ?... peml tWdiriMon a Mil the next g.-n ? *| owner tl Uon. aini then, npon InrwtigatloeVthetr c". u lu!uLt be taken fi.?tn tiiewi. '* fcUI TI J* J-'LUIUU.- i a *"r. v1 nr 1 r2i,ft^Uj'a "? vc* &1. I- .V R of * bwinewi ur.u 1.1 ,1 y*i; Uial l?^ Le had a gra v? U t a.el rtS^c^^svtn Uc Ur w""* 4'? , . ' *"? ''*d hl? Cofhli atid niiiduJ Ui<i to *j.d a tr>nib?t? T?e engraved, WlSTliU WV,,^ ' ? tuoiiTb of Mart li, ami tlie year 1- i bnfm tfce day left W^k Of r-r-V^r ewn^eA ^. !fc. ?UrS? Uioi< tle dUc M ./ *'*"* ATK -Kr;i/wHm f" ' r Fruity rveuittg ia-t .Mr. Wm Br tniiMti put. La~ .1 an cmi>U- (?) powl.T U V U?t" Ll" rt,op it on the -1 *,r to?* l??H: ?Mit ot it: while h. waa wel l. JM iron a upark flew tnr<> the hnne note, hnd an explosion folk>wed. Iiuratinir tb? keg into ''Hind' ration*," ncattcriug the uaj. mentf ot the kcjr about the *hop. llr n . t& ? "hop *f fbe , mf- ?*?*!? d ?ITin III t.?/T*C<' r? Jn'ZLTZr^T.,KO CArT ??*?*?tuc * gr n ni?llti?> hill atnounta to f*.,iM? fi?r ?h-ir ',v? "S4rT* *rv <* againin tin M?lar?. ? u i pap?r? najra that th. , ,H m e%meet! the hiigbtot curio?:ir to view t the .oli-un ?*ar t anner of {be i that nhen Captain Jack finally iu--t tL' iu - iie rotifetj cm and scouted cui, nor i??; * -ihhIc man. ^ 1 ^N,?T"rK 1 "A^c-r A-t lt?K\T?In pi, 'y. dclpbia la?t evening, while the hoy ?? Leo" ? M Ijertoiming at H.e (Jt and ?>ntr?> theater, tiie Hgtial wa* given too mrou, ami he wax ahot tr..n? the piieum.u?c tube ami fell eight or ntn. fret. hreah.Hg bm leg. Mon* l.eojwid who wa? o cat. I. btmvn the traper.e, thirty feet ahnvthe ??age ?a* not i.renare.t to receive b in 1 ,e accident eauxd mm h excitement. A Bov Mt ii tuii; ScBtuom.-Wa. W. Karker, the h?y aLo Lm? l>eeii on trial tor rl,? ???" ?* lmi '' ^ne^r. n>Sc-i \.,Z 1 ? ' '"'"T**''! I pica of j/uiltv of m m -laa^bter In th. tourrk degrJf whlob w^ re/uier^' *"<1 k# *** tLc Louse ot .J-? Nr*" A*** 'ATK Jl aT|< * k,?b l*T4H ?H tlie ne? associate justice for t ub tbe la.. Mi.g i Mteh.) Republican say* ? lion p m" Kuienon I* now nerving hii .Jcotid term a> * - e ?enator from Calbonn county.and iait* urt?t nt r\*l< 11 S^kStt *el??? t from the whole ttalcamuUcub Im> ??? >jP?lified lor thit |>opiti(>u.w *' ** D?'rniB Kt.?rrvixT A Lexinetoo u |>a|?er tell* of a novel rttna%av lu.iU-Y reVen !? mxompn^ed in that vtcinlty_a faUict clo|. , 5 ZVZ2XZA "Jiter*, and hi* rraEJS? Pro ;re<ling by theaam. Uain niai.^rer^ Ii!f' wLere the double man 1 age wm eon*umated. ?<MlMIW, ttok-ntef If the antl-pnfcaga^ Mormoiw. and *on of their founder, i* repoi ted to have rcccntly pui.-hawd the firw Mo, mon emi ieln Kihiand. t)hio. ami it HppM4 that the Mormon* now living in lllinol* ao-<n to return to thtir enrly wttlement at Klrttaud. A Gcittrt'L Ai t.?New Hampshire rep i'> Hcnii* an?1 demo, rats alike acem to co?uu?. nd the graceful a. tton of tiov. Straw in ai.p i? to a ?e?t on the Mate bMMh Hon KUwV A. || bard the defeated democratic candidate tor ie elee t ion to Congretw. Gn.CAxnr |>rO|io*e* to *urroun.l the lava bed#- and rtarvt the Modoc* out. H? has a w it flW) troop*. VKeroaene kill* more than -axali |w>v. .~"t SZFfj; *??"? oS^WLalSI-1- >k"4'~ kor" *"* ?STSWiiif* v*? '"""w ?? a ?P"Billiard playing is among the ? m ,.<??? probibiUowi out In Indiana. "" w-r"? ?<*< ?*" of Phiiade^!*^? ^2ktTn tssr^j^sissr110 r ? _grByjfc?fc? ,t the ?L Jamea hotel in Mm "iriraa."* ? km~ ^ reWgtona excitement In Geneva, U K <,:wbtB* ***** M/adnUm, 9TFraucUco Salmeron waa rnatmd> 1 atoeted president af tha National Amamhiy, m Sua n xad SardMU and Lopez aacrwtariaa. ' ' mr rhe mayor af S lie?ctady diagnlana him aalf and plan drank k> teat lh? Ttfttaaoa ot th? poltee_farwe. talk 'Vhwiha t?and ?t thi iiiShUMcTr'l tee ho meal." VA profea^ional writer of beg^ ug letter* w?- lacentlT a ire* red In litndtn. a" 1 tnUrvrl ??n?> years' penal U-uchingl, aiimses to the ?ferriage or Ma tas hall m as. - a-Ti." J; kai a wciatf far ti*a pr>. ?f matrimonv. B. 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