26 Şubat 1867 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 7

26 Şubat 1867 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 7
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feant facta would lead to the conclusion that Abe government is really more unsafe in Eng land than in Ireland, aud, taken in connection ;<irith the statement of the London Times that a SFcnlan directory Is conducting the whole jbflkir, having its members located in the prin Clpal cities in Bogland, looks as though we ave only beard of the beginning of a well ?devised and seriously embarrassing move ment, which, acting probably in concert with the reform agitation, may not only give much trouble to the government, but may wring from it some ameliorative measures to lighten tiie burden of oppression in Ireland and ?satisfy the clamor for improved popular repre sentation in Great Britain. In any point of ?view the state of things in that country ap pears decidedly squally. The Tariff* Bill?Its Probable Defeat. An ingenious attempt was made in the Goose yesterday to move the Tariff bill into a po sition that would have afforded some hope of Its passage this session. Mr. Morrill offered a resolution to take It out of the hands of the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, to concur formally in the amendments of the Senate as reported and modified by the 'House Committee of Ways aud Means, and then 4o refer the whole matter to a committee of conference. Had this been agreed to the re port of such committee of conference, when made to the House and Senate, would have to 7 ? be voted upon as a whole, under the rule of Congress; aud it was no doubt the expectation of the friends of the bill to be able In this man ner to press it through despite the opposition to some of Its details. Tho resolution was, however, defeated by the significant vote of 84%y?a8 to 86 nays. It required a majority of two-thirds to secure its p issage. The bill of abominations may consequently be regarded as in all probability dead for the present ses sion. It is not likely to be reached and acted upon in its regular order, and the people will rejoice over its defeat KsirrcrKT in Nero of Ruonstrcctmjn.?Ac cording to the testimony of Governor Brnm lette, in his late message to the State Legisla ture, not one of all the rebel States so badly needs reconstruction as Kentucky. Her loyalty during the war was only a deadweight upon the goverment; her loyalty since the war has been regulated by returned rebel soldiers, and they are now at their old game of bushwhack ing and burning out of Unionists as if the war was still in Wc begin to think it a pity for Kel^^^Hmt she did not secede; for then she wounlhavc had that wholesome chastisement which has worked such wonders in Tennessee. RECONSTRUCTION. Sx>Q?rrrB?r Jowph K. Ilrewp. of (irarfl*. ?a Ike Qaeetion?He KrrsniieMh Ike Ar MptMre af "HhermnnV AweinlneMM hr (ho Suae, Hi st RctMbb of tbe Constitution h hi to Prirlit for ('RiteiMl .liflrace-Tlte Netrofi Cowralilaa ike Interests sf South* erners at ths Ballot Box, &-.r. Avtawta, Ga.. Feb. 25, 1867. Kx-Governor Brown, of this city, will publish In the ?papers of to-morrow morniox a three column letter, re newing the political situation of the country and advis ing the people of Georgia to accept the term* imposed by the bill recently passed by both Houses of Congress He says ?"It only remains for me to add that 9 ccstsldaf it the duty or the Governor of !Oiii|l| to call the LegtaUtura together without ?delay, end to recommend the passage of as sot calling a xxmrnotkm of the people or this State ao to change our ?State constitution as to provide for universal suffrage in conformity with the measure wblcb has paseed Congress ?known as the "Sherman amendment," and to provide tar the early election of n Legislature which win adopt the constitutional amendment la accordance with said requirement. We now have the assurance of Congress In the passage of this bill that this shall aattle the ques tion Of our admtmioo. We aba'i never get better terms, let as eomply with them, and be ready to be presented in the next Congress as soon as possible. ? I respectfntly suggest that the people of the several cannMss of tnis State, who favor the proposal, hold (public meetings with as little delay as possible, and urge ?upon the uovurnof to convene the Legislature and re commend them to take prompt action. The Governor end Legislature were elected before the constitutional pm tndmeat was proponed, and I respectfully submit thai it is their Imperative duty in the present condition cf the ooontry to take the necessary steps to refer this )gasoline to the people at the ballot box. The most ?appropriate mode of doing this m to order an eleotkm [for delegates to a convent ion to act upon the propos ition now sehmltted by Cong rem. This they cannot with propriety refuse If the people demand It Let the people speak. If the State will adopt this line of ?policy, and the Convention will memorial tie Congress, asking that the Judges, county officers and others neces sary to tbe efficient working of the Mate government, be ?relieved from tbe provision* of tbe constitutional amend ment, I believe the petition, if presented in a proper epirit, will be granted, and we shell noon be relieved of ?much of tbe gloom which la now widespread over the whole South. If we reject tbe terms proposed In the Sherman Mil, I confess I see no hope for the future. Should wu accept ahem, I trust the example of Georgia may be followed by otber States, and that thla vexed question may soon be permanently settled upon the best terms which we will -over be able to get. I am aware of the rapidity of the changes which we are required to make, and of tbe natural prejudices -which our people entertain against negro suffrage, but iwe should not forget that in yielding to an inevitable ?ecesslty, those people were raised among as and natur ally sympathize with uk. Their conduct during the war proved this If, then, we treat them kindly, pay them their wages promptly, and In rH reaper la deal Justly by them, we shall seldom have cause to complain of their -refusal to raspect our wtabe* or consult our interest at the ballot box. As the questions which I have discussed are of vital importance to the whole country, end as I do not wish -tone miseaderstoed or mereprrsenled, 1 respectfully request the editor of each n?wsp.i[ier who comments upon my tatter to give it entire to his readers. This is dun alike to me and to the public. Fraying that the ?God who rules the universe may speedily bring order out of confusion, and send his ricneat blessings upon our whole country, I am, verv rea|>ec.t<uily, vour "h'-dl-nt servant, JOfKFIl E. BROWN. ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS IN TENNESSEE. f NA'wvrt.tx, Feh. 26, 1*07 Governor Brownlow has issued a proclamation an nouncing bis determination to uall but the militia to en force the taws and protect Cnlon men and all cittsees against evil doers. ARREST ON SUSPICION. 8t. Iam is, Feb. 26, 1*67. A young maa was arretted bore to-day under suspl clous circumstances, on jrhoau person were found four Are-twenty bond.*, of one thousand dollars tacit, with ooopens attached, of the following numbers:?63,661, 63.662, 63,563, TO 472; Slso seven seven-thirty bonds, without coupons, of the following numbers:?166,402, 166,404, 136,876, 50,202. 50,20:!. 7t.4?:i, 10,W As tbe /tnan offered the searching oillcer a large bribe te say ?nothing abonl the tionds, It Is believed they have been 'ftolen, hut unless Information to that effect is received ?bv ths pottce be will he released, m tbe authorities have not sufficient evidence to hold htm. A considerable ?Amount in greenbacks and some jewelry was also found -en the person of the same men. F1SE AT FOBTSRMITH, N. H Bosrojf, FclT. 26, 1607. t A flro broke out this forenoon In I'ortemoatb, N !i., ?5n the were of Ferguson k Fry, on Congress street. The store was In tbe building known tu the "Old Bell ?Tavern." end ad|otnlng tbe new Coogrvjs block and masons' Hall. The lire communicated to tbe stores of Henrv M. Clark on tbe ea-t and Charles K. shedd k Co. -on the wet, totally destroying both Stores. The office ?of the latcrnstlonal Telegraph Company was In the lat tar. The goods In the stores were mostly ret no veil. The loss Is aliout 110,000. which Is mostly covered by In* ?uraoce. THE 1NCANN0N (PA.) RMKRY. HAKNsmuan, Feb. 26,1867. Michael itarr, nroncht hern from Philadelphia charged JWIth being concerned In tbn Puncannon robbery, has ween Identified ss one of the three men who got off the grain at that pine on the nlnht of the robbery. IIo was pawilted for further hearing. EUROPE. News by the Cable to Midnight of the 25th of February. .The Derby Reform Bill in the English House of Commons. JOHN BRIGHT IN VIGOROUS OPPOSITION. Eeported Assassination of the Tycoon of Japan. Ae. 4c. Ac. IEVS BT THE CABLE. Bnwirr The Derby Reform Hill ttubmltfed te Perlln mcnt?John Brlifht In Mroni Opposition. Loxpox, Feb. 26?Midnight. In accordance with the programme announced by the government on the 11th Inst., the resolutions on re form were Introduced In the House of Commons this evening. Mr. Disraeli, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, opened the debate, and, on tbe part of the government, proposed four new franchises and the change of some borough seals. Mr. Bright followed, and made a strong speech In op position to the srherae of the Derby administration. AUSTRIA. An AntM.ermnn Pnrfy. Bkkiix, Feb. 25. 1867. Despatches have been received here which state that all the non-German members in the Austrian Diet have united. SPAIN AND CUBA. A New Unrenu for Cnha. Madrio. Feb. 25, 1867. The government of Spain will immediately form a Board of Public Works for Cuba. JAPAN. Reported Assassination of the Tvroon. Lovnow, Feb. 25?Midnight. A despatch from Tten-Uln, China, reports that the Tycoon of Japan, who had lately succeeded to the throne and was regarded as an Eastern liberal, and un popular with many of the nobles on that account, had been shot. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. . The -lioid*. Movrr Marker. London, Feb. 25?Noon. Contois for money, 91. aukkuan serreirica. The following ana the opening rales:? Erie Rail war share* 37 V IM In ow Central, ex -dividend 77 if United States flve-twentsw 73V I,wixw, Feb. 25?Evening. Console rlaeed el 91 tor money. AMKU1CAN SK' lTRntSS cioeod at the following rates :? United State* five-twenties 73V Illinois Central, ex-dtvldcnd 77 V Erlo Railway shares 37 V The Frititkfwrt nml Paris Rnnraea. Frankronr, Feb 25? Evening. United Sutee bonds closed at 77. Pari*. Feb. 25?Erening. American bonds sold to day at 82 V The lilvrrnoel Cottnn Market. Ltvmrooi., Feb 25?Noon. The eottoe market to-day opens quiet snd steady, and prices are unchanged. The Mies will doubtless reach 7,000 bales. Middling uplands are quoted 13 Vd, Livmtrooi., Feb. 25?Erening. The ootton market- hea been dull and closed with a declining tendency. Middling uplands are quoted at lSVA, n falling off of since the opening. The salos to-day reached 8,000 bona Llverpesl Brradstaff. Martat. LrvxnrooL, Fob 25?Erening The market for breadatnfls Is dolL California wheat is quoted at 13a 3d. per cental. Urerpeel PrerWeni Market. Liverpool, Feb. 26?Erening. The provision market is unchanged. American tallow, 43s. 6d. per cwL American lard, 60a 0d. per owt Urerpeel Produce Market. Liraarooa, Feb. 25?Erening Spirits turpentine was selling at 87a 0d. per cwt. Petroleum la anchanged for Pennsylrnnin reflnsd and Canada white, which are quoted at la. Od. per gallon. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Wreck ea the Taekar Reck. Ltvaaroou Fob. 25?Noon. The Acadian, from Liverpool for 8avaanah, was lost oa Tuskar Rock, off the const of Ireland, yesterday. No farther particulars hare boon received. Qcsrxrtow:*, Feb. 26?Nooa The Canard steamship Africa, from Boston February 13, via Halifax, arrived here ea mate to Liverpool late ow Saturday afternoon. DETAILS BY IAET0 FEBRUARY13. A Parte letter of February 10 la the Independanee Beige has the following:? The meeting of the opposition deputies at V, Marie's only took place on Wednesday. MM. Thiers and Her rver were present. Resolutions were adopted to ask. at the earliest moment, explanations as to the suppression of the address, should the interpellation be authorised, as appears probable; the discussion will be ronflned as much as possible to what concerns the attributions of the Chamber, the deputies of the Left not wishing to express pr-maturely their opinions no the home situation, which will only be clearly defined by the publication of the billa on the press and the right of meeting Nor do they wish to introduce indirectly the great question of (lerman nfTairs, which Is the principal preoccupation of the ooun try, snd which win be treated in Its tarn with all the de velopments It requires M. Bourree. the French Ambassador at Constantinople, and M. Prokesrh, the Austrian representative, submitted to the Saltan excellent advice in favor of the Christian populations of the emplte. It Is affirmed at Pen that ths Sultan replied in these words:? I hope that neither Franco nor the other Powers, to which guarantees have been made, will doubt my serious intention of fulfilling the promises I have made on dlf. leront occasions. It is my most ardent wish to reallaa the grand Idee of my tailier, the Sultan Mahommed, that Mussulmans wen-" to he lookod on as such only tn their mosquao. Christiana in their chnrchon and Jews la their synagogues. The oommisslon for the control of the Austrian public debt bus published the following statement:?At the end of January, 1887, socordlng to the published ac counts of the National Bonk, there were in circulation First, ta hank notes of one and Ave florins, 87.819,680 of the former and to the value of 89,945,080 of tbe latter; total 137,798,840. Second, a, la hypotbe cated bonds 13,850 florins in currency, squnl to 14,642 florins 50 krantaers In Austrian money; b, 99,047,050 tn Austrian money; total 99,902,492 florins. In State bonds of one florin 200,000 notes, snd of the same paper In flvs florins ta the amount of 78,500,000 florins, which gives n total of 818,467,122 florin*. 8ome of the German papers give prominence ta the feet that largo quantities of oats are being purchased in the Southern States of that country. The probable failure of the bill bright In by M. Sclalojn In the Italian Chamber of Deput es to obtain a large sum of money on the possesions of the Ch irch in Italy does not find tntich sympathy among the Paris Journals, which from the beginning aeomed ta tit, a a the financial combination in question unlUcUy ta g.ve satis factory results. A Paris letter tn the JournalAu Havre mvyr .? At the sitting of tbe Cetitioii of state, v? ace h'spoleon in an animated speech decided the fate of tbe military project, so laboriously drawn up bv the Commission snd the actions of War snd Marine Be did not sp<*k for more than ten minutes; hut his languMge, at once con vtneing and eloquent, united all the suffrages. On Fri day two soegmne of the Council mourned thstr labors, this time at the Tullertee, and under the presidonae of the Emperor. A new plan was distributed to them. A letter from Florenoe in the Parte nmp* says:? Some fears are eotertatned of disturbances at Naples, where the misery is greet, and where, for the last *ii months, prices bate augmented In a considerable degree. Something also is dreaded at Venice, white forty tboti gAud petflons are xecciTtag subtle relief, and whets off* Urn details have caused great discontent For example, the forced curroucy of bank uotee, against which the protest if such that the Chamber of Commerce Itself, after having applied to the Ministry, announced a sol emn petition to the Parliament on the subject Mazzini has broad shoulders, as he is accused of all these troubles. The question termed social?that of bread?has arisen in Italy, and could not be avoided, lhe harvest was bad, and everything advanced In price. In addition the taxes to the State and the municipalities have perpetually in creased. The Pnutian tkmitevr publishes some information on the suhject of the constitution which has Just been adopted by all the governments of the North German Union. The official journal bestows praise on thoee gov ernments which have sacrificed certain of their sovereign rights in favor oT the Germanio community, which as sure# them security in exchange, and opens to the Ger man people an era of material and political prog rasa. Saxony especially has shown the meet conciliatory readi ness, and Prussia ban shown her gratitude in making oertaia concessions on the military quest too, which, however, alter nothing of her rights in disposing of the military forces of the Saxon kingdom. The debates la the Parliament will be directed by Prussia in the same manner and with the same publicity as those of the Prussian Chamber. 0IRMANY. QUI BERLIN CORRESPONDENCE. A Tort-rat ot Kmigratlon to tlio Uoltrd Mtatm-The Poatal Monepely of the Prlnro ?I Thar* and Taxla-Hlatorv mt the Uermaa Kel|| of Feudalism?Prussian Nnetletiani with Nassau?Election Preparation* and State of Parties, Arc. Bsrlis, Feb. 10, 1907. The tide of emigration from Germany promisee this year to swell to a real torrent, owing?besides the grow ing attractiveness of America?to many causes conse quent upon the issue of the late war, foremost among which is the aver.-ion to the Prussian military conscrip tlon felt In the recently annexed parts, which disposes many families to einigrat" with the view of freeing their boys from the servitude that would await tbemsome few years hence. But even in the old Prussian provinces the emigration movement is exceedingly strong, and In some villages one ihlrd of the population are leaving for America in the spring, and have already beepolcen their psssa-e. In a body. The weekly steam packets from Bremen and Hamburg, with some live or six extra steamers, which have heen engaged, have all their places taken up to (he month of November. This, at the low average ot eight hundred eim.wants for each steamer on about ninety voyages in ten months, would alone give over 70.000 emigrants by steam direct from Germany, besides which a large number of sailing v?3selt will con tinue to take oil emigrant*, and the hundreds of steam ers arriving from the States with visitors to ths Pari* Exhibition will draw largely upon emigration by French, Belgian and British ports by running at reduced fares. It is believed that in Ibis manner another 100,000 conti nental passengers, mostly from this country, will find their way to the States; Fortunately most of the peo|4o going over now, at any rate the hotter sort of them, start with the fixed resolution to proceed at once to some in land place or Western State, Instead of lagging behind at New York, where. In the event of "hard times" coming on, tbey might be exposed to severe suffering; wherca* in the West or Northwest the vast agricultural resources of those regions will never allow labor to become a drug. The advice given in this report by Mr. J. Btiirx. the well known philanthropist, whose articles on the dwel lings of ths poor were inserted not long since in the J Hkkalu, and who has lately returned from an ex'enslre tour through the United States, Is listened to with atten tion by his countrymen. It may be assumed with seme certainty that the -'tote of Missouri, which Mr. Star* ap pears to recommend especially for Germans, will this year already receive a considerable addition to ite popu lation in oonsequence There can be no doubt that twenty years brace Missouri will be one of the most populous, perhaps the moot populous State in the Union, end *o large a proportion of her cttisens being composed of Germans or their descendants will always he a strong Inducement for emigrants from the Fatherland to select It for their place of domicile. Among the relics of feudalism connected with the "Holy Roman Empire" which have been buried In the ruins of that ancient institution are the postal privi leges enjoyed by the once sovereign house of Thurn and Taxia. The empire of Germany, like all modiacval king doms, had a nutpber of great functionaries, whose office* are hereditary in the familiee of its prisons and mag nates. Thus the Elector of Saxony was Hereditary Grand Marshal; the Elector of Hanover Hereditary Treasurer: the Elect..i*of B andenburg Hereditary Lord Chamberlain; the Elector of Maycnce Hereditary High Chancellor, he., and she Prince of Thurin and Tails (travestied by an irravereet English tourist Into Prince of the Towering Taxeo) we* Hereditary Foetmestar General? office which, though net the fames set in rank, wee more lucrative then nay of the etbese. The eeid ~ an Ital prince wee the deeoendeet of en Italian noble man, by name Francesco delta Torre, who In the beginning of the sixteenth gentury Am Introduced the postal system into Germany, and, in spite of the ob stacles that wore placed la his way by tne jealousy of the semi-independent princes end municipalities, gradu ally extended it over the whole country. In 1595 his grandson Leonard vans created Postmaster General of the Empire, end from that time forward the poetel depart ment of most German States was managed, not by the governments themselves, hot by officers appointed by the Prince of 1hurn and Taxis. This system continued unaltered down to the present generation, end even sur vived the tranet or motion of the Holy Romai loly Roman Empire Into a Germanic confederation; but in 1919 the King of Prus sia concluded e treaty with the Prince of Thurn end Taxis (who happened to he hie brother-in-law) fay which the letter s?(rendered the postal rights appertaioiof to bim in the western provinces of Prn eta, end wee Indem nilied by the piincl polity of Krotoechin, in Prussian Poland, a valuable estate containing two hundred square milea and thirty thousand inhabitants. A similar ar rangement had already been made by Bavaria, and the example was followed some years after by Wnrtemberg. or of 1806 broke out the Nevertheless, when the war postal Jurisdiction of Thurn and Taxis still extended over Electoral and Grand Ducal Hesse. Nassau, Saxe Weimar. Meiningen, Coburg and Gotha, the two Sctiwartzburga, the principalities of Reuse and the free cities of Frankfort, Lubeck, Bremen end Hamburg. By the annexation of part of these territories to Prussia, and the secession of the remainder to the North Ger man Bund, the time honored privileges or tbo Taxis family became virtually extinct, It being expressly pro vided by e paragraph of the constitution proposed for that body that the ports, telegraphs, he., are to be nnder the management of the central government. The Prince was wise enough to perceive ihst there was no use kicking against ins pricks, end, instead of protest ing against the violation of his rights, hs, with the practical genius that fame slwars distinguished his race, immediately set about obtaining the best terms he could for relinquishing them. In this he has heen so far successful that Prussia has agreed to pay bim an iodomnity of three million thalers, In consideration of which he renounces forever all claims to such privilegei-' and perquisites as he would be entitled to in virtue of his former quality as Postmaster General of the territories In question. Although a very hand some sum. It Is by no moans a full equivalent for the loss ho sustains, hi* clear revenue, which was con stantly increasing, having amounted of late to at least 250,000 thslers i>er annum; hut at the present moment, when representatives of the oldest and most Illustrious bouses are expelled from fhdr dominions and turned adrift upon tho world without any compensation at all, be may think himself lucky in having got so mucb. The bill authorizing the Prussian gnvernmeut to give effect to the agreement was submitted to tbs Chamber of Deputies on BsturdiT, and passed without s division. Another dispossessed potentate, the Dnke of Nnasao, has not yet been able to come to en equally satisfactory arrangement with tho couquering Prussians. This Ill starred prince, whore ancestors ones occupied the Impe rial throne of Germany, is married to a nosr rclalivo of the King of Prussia, and actually etpected, therefore, to And some favor In the eyes of bis all-powerful ccnsta. But Bismarck Is not the man to pay mnch attention to such sentimental coneideraiions; he Is willing to allow the Dnke an annual pension of the same amount as the civil list derived from his former duchy, but refuses to Snt him ens compensation for the toes of bis private nains, which were far more valuable, aod included some of the (litest tracts ot country on the Rhine and lis tributaries. The Prussian Premier argues that In fact tifase domains were not the property of the Duke, but of the State tusif, and that the Slate having been merged In the kingdom of Prussia, the domains havo become so ipm the property of that kingdom. How far this masoning might or might net interfere with the right of property In general It Is difficult tossy; bat possession Is nine points of the lew, and In the worst case the Prussian crown lawyers are those whose con duct In ths Brhlmwlg Holateln busincaa shows that they may be implicitly depended utmi to beck up the legal lor Illegal! theories advanced by their government. The Dnke'a brother, Prince Nicholas ot Nassau, has been here for several weeks dancing attendance upon Bismarck and the King, aod exerting all his eloquence? he was deemed quits a powerful speaker In the Nassau < hambers?to obtain some concession*; but though favor ably received at court and invited to all the " halls and oriental ions," ths object of his mission Is still as far I rem being accomplished as ever. As tbe elections for the North German Parliament draw near, the various parties have redoubled their efforts to stir up the people from tholr apathy, and a kind of mild agitation has thus been produced, which, bowewr. bears little resemblance to the ferment that prevailed in 1848, tho only time In the history of Ger many previous to this In which tbe citizens were called upon to give their votes on the reconstruction of the fatherland. Tho liberal party Is split up Into small knots or factions, vqliioh ot course redounds to tbe ad vantage of the ministerialists, who dlsplav considerable tact In availing themselves of the mistakes of their antagonist* and in working upon the prejudices of the ma- ex Count Bismarck, who, whatever may lie said against him, is certainly at this moment one of the most popular men in Prussia, Is being run simultaneously In ten or twelve districts, Including Berlin, and It Is not quite impossitde (though rather improbable) that he will be elected in this very city, where eight months ago he could hardly show himself In the streets without being exposed to personal violence. At alt events he la sure of boing returned In half a dozen districts at once, and the conservatives will naturally make the mo?t of such an expression of public opinion. Besides the Jl'rtiuipi. ticueists floon. Mohko. flerwarth. 8tainmatg ud Falkeostoin are proponed by the government party as candidate* for the city of Berlin, wbuh in tbui man ner would be rep-T*mod exclusively by Hie men who lieve Motived national r wards for their activity in the late campaign, and who, it w hoped, are cotis6queutly,| bo it qualified u> carry out ttio wishee of the nation. Whatever may be thought or this logic, the subject* of it have not the ghoet of a chance lu Berlin, where, in spite of the disunion of the liberals and the tnach I na tions of their adversaries, the victory of an opposition candidate is pretty well assured In all the six dls'r.cte, with the passible exception of the one in which Bis tr nrck is put forward. In tbe couuiry and the smaller boroughs, on tbe other hand, especially in Pomeranla, Braudenburg, Silesia and East Prussia, the government prMaes are likely to carry everything before them; but these accessions to the ranks of the Ministerial party may be more than counterbalanced by the crowds of malcontents, open or concealed enemies of Prussia, and adherents of the an cien riqiwu. who wiU fill ihe opposition benches from the

newly incorporated province*. BAVARIA. OUR ?UNIGN CORRESPONDENCE. The Rxedsa to America?Cabinet flympathv with Prussia?Austria and France Excited? Making Ready far War?Heme Keforms, dfce., Are. Muhich. Feb. 8, 1867. The apprehension of an extension to Bavaria, Wurtem berg, Darmstadt and Hesse of the Prussian conscription law, is already bearing fruit in the Impetus given to emi gration from those countries. From present indications, I think this year wilt given larger emigration from Germauy to tbe United Stales than we have as yet teen during any preceding year, and this exodus would be much increased If confidence were felt In the political condition of tbe United State*. The announcement by the Premier her* of the new German, or rather Prussian, policy of Bavaria has ex cited very unfriendly comments on tbe part of the Aus trian and Frenctf journals. These comments are not confined to the general dally press, but bave even found expr ssion in the journals believed to be officially in spired. A Vienna government paper does not hesitate to characterize this future policy of Bavaria, if carried out In the spirit of Its Indicated Intention, as an infraction of the treaty of Prague, and warns llavarla against the con sequences. I presume this unfavorable improsaion or reception by Austria and France of the new policy for Bavaria had heen anticipated, or, as tbe Bourse phrase is, discounted in advance by the government here; at any rate, there is no surprise expressed and no attempt at rejoinder on the part of the Bavarian press has yet been published. The bouses of parliament hero have ao cepted, in or by their silence, the new programme, in perfect accord with the Premier's request or deprecation of discus.-!,>u. One vigorous dissent was expressed in the upper house by Conut Hegncnbirg against the new military conscription law, which the speaker declared would be ruinous to the prosperity of Bavaria if attempted to he put in operation, and certainly destructive of public liberty if enforced. Notwithstanding this strong lan guage, which, no doubt, found an as-cutlng echo in tbe breasts of many of his hearers, no attempt at opposi tion to the government plan was made, and so the now artuy hill may lie considered a foregone conclusion. In further accomplishment of the new I'ru?iau policy the government* of tladen. Darmstadt and \Vurtemberg are now in concert about their military orgauTzittioo, which it ia intended to make in common, and a unit in case of actual service under the command of Prussia. The now iirearuo for the joint fore ?* is yet under con s.deration. Numerous trials have bocn made, uud so far tbe choice is lu favor oi the Remington breech-loading rifle. Prussia has uot signified any desire to Introduce her own needle gnu; but is rather likely to arm some portion of ber force* with tbe above mentioned American invention. In conversation with a person attached to ihe " Commission on trial* of the Various Weapons" here I bave learned that the "Remington" Is tbe best firearm yet brought to the notice or this govern ment. The intHDtion ts not to order the manufacture of new rifles lor the Bavarian army, but to purchase the rigrtl or patent from tbe inventor for Bavaria and then cuveri th ' present arm lu me here (the Podewiis rifle), which, for a muzzle loader is considered the most effect ive of any arm in public service In Europe. In addition to ibe paramount question of foreign peliey two important measures of internal reform nave bocn introduoed into the House, vis:?A bill to modify tbe re uuict en on, or impediments to, marriage among tho poorer classes, ahd a bill to give greater i reodom of trade by lessening tbe guild privileges [Zvmfl-!U>Me). This lost measure has been under consideration for many years, yet hut Utile progress has been mode in applying a remedy on account of tbe opposition from vested in terest* Tbe parliament now in session, however, Is likely to carry this reform, as the present condition of Bavaria in its foreign relations, with the not distant pros pect of a change of ruling power, renders the commu nity here indifferent to smaller changes A reform In the marriage laws ia still more important in ita beating on th* phystcst and moral well being of the classes to be affected by It. *At present marriages are not allowed unices the purticn-jcan fiftsow to the satisfaction of examining officials that they or either of than ponies la landed property, money or in income derived from some trade, ptillages that shall be sufficient to insure the support ef themselves and family for at least n certain number of yarn* without recourse to public aid, or, a* It ts tonnod here, without being thrown open their particular community, which is -lie name given to what in America is called anion or pariah. As may be supposed, people In the poor or low classes seldom or nover possess in comes or means to pass the sapervtaion of th* taw, and therefor* marriage in among that clam proportionately true now as la Infrequent. However th* adage is aa the days of Horses, Tmmm na-'uram /urea exftUat tuque rmttrruU Clandestine arrangements take the place of legitimate unions to such an oxtent that female virtue In the case of tbe poorer das*es is, with verv few excep tions, unknown and ignored. Nor ha* the law even served the cause of public economy: the illegitimate births are a* numerous as to make tne tax for support very onerous Tho advocates or upholders of the law are, I think, now swore of Its failure to street their pur pose, and a change Is therefore likely to take place. It is also th* intention of the Parliament to Introduce a law for tb* abolition of capital punishment, though ia practice the Infliction of the death penalty has been un known daring th* reign of tho pros cm king. RASPEIADt Of TNE TIUTOMA. Hceers at the Oeraiaala Assembly Roouia l<ut Night. The carnival, Which has been rather Impeded by such ordinances as the Ksciae law and Sunday law, I* now la full blast Lent night the Teuton la Maennorchor haM Ha annoal maeqoerado, at the Gormania Assembly Rooms, which on this occasion were crowded with mark ers of all descriptions of characters. The Tentonia Is one of our popular German mnstcal organizations, which has bsen la existence nearly twanty years. The organi sation numbers not leas than six hundred members. The scenes presented at the Germs ma last night were of a aoat varied character. A number of Individuals ware present in rather carious and non-doacriptlve costumes; others appeared in antediluvian and grotesque characters, and appeared, as if tbey bed been returned from exile, liming the carnival these fellows will pounce on any thing tbey can make ridiculous, and the burlesques in augurated oa a masquorede are alwaye calculated to bring somebody or anybody before the public as a fool, and an a aundeeoript But when tbey come to bring the President of the United States and his Cabinet .md generals before the masked public there Assembled in character* representing ho many wild animals, the Joke mast be omubdered very broad. Mr. Andrew Johnson was represented ae a lie-goat, though not considered vary wild; Seward, on the other hand, wss duly cha racterized as a fox, which may be considered a compli ment in view of hta surorsa an a diplomatist. Bat Mot ullseh??h unkind cut on -tlic part ot the Teu tons?was represented as a frog. General Grant was represented as a Hon, which mn v be considered appro priate. By means of them cnararters various pna-ias In tbe recent history 01 tbla "new fatherland" were rally and AUy represented. Even tbe vetoe and the everlasting negro appeared in this carnival is tic perform ance One Mr. Hesse engaged with a number of tailors in a curious panoramic view having reference to a Hairs among the 'Teutonlana" in particular. Superintendent Kennedy and others wars rally represented by means of doing homage to the Kxclso law. In this burlesque there appeared a gigantic bottlo in wbieh there were a number of Teuton* drinking lager beer. To say that Mr. Kenasdy was seen In efflgy dangling on a wall would ba to say too tnuc.b. In conehndon an extra carnival gatette was circulated among the assembly of maakere, reciting the events of the even ing, and a performance about cable newa wound up tbs programme of oarnlvallotlc burlesque*. Tbe carnival jollification of eur Jolly Tsutoaiaoa, however, was con tinued unt'l a lata haw?that la to say, until a early hour this morflng. mws fw Tm PfiCfic CTUT. 8a* Fxaxcisco, Feb. 25, 1M7. The military authoritiea of thia city report that a white child, named Kraest Malone, wh'cb has been for two yean In the possession of the Apache Indians, In Arizona, has been rescued. Tbe storm baa bean the severest of the season. The roads oa the mountains are blocked by snow, and tba streams have flooded, doing great damage. It has been reining inceasaatty lor the last forty-eight bourn The storm prevails throughout the State. The ship Ocean Express, from New York, has arrived. It Is estimated that a million and a quarter sacks of wheat are still In the State, 835,000 of which wore in wareboure In this city. Choice shipping sold to-dsy at $1 TO. Flour, f 5 75 a |? 25. Mining stocks?Savage, 11,086; Yellow Jacket, ffl29; Challar, 1-50, Ophlr, $326; Belcher, $115. Legal tenders, 74. ItttOUU LCtBUTUK. Jtrrrwasfw Cmr, Me , Feb. 25,1MT. The Senate to-day passed by a vote of 10 yeas agaleet T nitv.- the hill submitting to the people st the next general election an amendment to the State constitution to strike oat the word "while." A similar proposition has been Introduced Into (be Rouse, and has been made the special order fhr Thursday. KMSYLVANIA ITATf TEMKHATCE CMVIITIM. . HAsmwrmm, Feb. 26, lfiflT. The Blsta Temperance (^invention meets to-merrow. Governor Geary has been designated as temporalr or qgrtOMWit ckau?o? of |hq couveuttots AMUSEMENTS. Broadway Theatre. Last evening Mr. and Mr*. Barney Williams opened at tbia establishment to tbe largest boose of the season, every eeat being occupied, Indian area filling tbe gal lery, aisles, passageways and lobbies to the drees circle and parquet, until barely standing room remained for the satisfaction of tbe late corners. Tbe places selected for tbe opening of those standard favorites were. The Fairy Circle, a neat two act drama, based on a poetic Irish legend, and so constructed as to give both Mr. and Mm Williams en opportunity to display their artistic abilities in their especial lines; and a dashing oomedy, The Custom of tbe Country, m which Mm Williams' de lineation of the pecnllaritiee of Yankee "help" waa the principal feature. In the first piece Mr. Williams, as Con O'Carolaa, gave a most enjoyable rendition of the peculiarities and comical qualities of the rollicking, pugnacious, genial and credulous Irish peasant. There is an unction of humor In bis per formance that invariably carries away his audience on the tide of its rollicking merriment, and wins their Involuntary applause. In this respect last evening's performance of the riU of Con O'Carolaa waa as irresist ible as ever in Its oomio effects, while the actor main tained the truthfulness of his picture to nature with a fidelity not often to be met with in stage represents ttons. this latter quality gives, indeed, tbe greatest charm to Uarney'e representations. His brogue, while rich snd complete. Is si ways Batumi, never strained or overdone, while his sction'Is never over-demonstrative, nor, again, la be ever "stagey," or stilted. He la, as an actor, artistic to naturalness, free tn tbe representation of rudeness, but sufficiently itolished to restrain it to Its natural bounds; and bis delineations of tbo passant Irishman through these peculiarities have maintained a firm bold on tbe appreciation of tbe public, who recog nize in bim tbe first and 'rue stage representative of the genuine character. Ills performance last evening was worthy in every respect of the spplauae which tbe audience awarded it. Mrs. Williams, in both her Irish and Yankee girl delinea tions, justified her reputation as an actress who can deal with that line of comedy business in a manner which is sufficiently refined and modest to please tbe ladies as well as the gentlemen In tbe atidionce. Tbe perform ance ot the stock company was bettor tn every respect tban usual, and the manner In which tbe first piece was put upon the stage retl'cts great credit on tbe manage ment of the establishment. At the conclusion of the drama the favorites were called before the curtain and bowed their acknowledgments, but Barney declined to maku a speech, which was loudly called lor. The same successful bill will be repeated this evening. New York Thentre. Ladv Don commenced the second week of her engage ment at this favorite theatre last evening under moat promising circumstances. Tbe house waa thoroughly filled In every part, and by an audience of a sufficiently critical character to evlnoe by their applause the many excellences of the comedionne's dramatic powers. Tbs performance commenced wllh a one act comedietta enti tled The Pretty Horsobrenker, in which Lady Don sustains the character of Bella Sunny side, a young lady of eques trian proclivities, with considerable contempt for the stiff propnet es of what Is called polite society. This ptoce la certainly an Improvement on Peggy Green, in so fnr aa It gtvos her ladyship more prominence; but there is not even in it sufficient scope for the display of tbe peculiar ability which the fair artist possesses. Her representation of the dashing, rollicking woman of the world was very fine, and certainly gave more evidence of her power as an actress than either of her other char acters. The two songs?"I Love the Merry Sunshine" and the "Horn of Chase"?which are introdaced Into the piece gave further proof of her ladyship's success as a singer. She oertatnly possesses a very good voice, which she usos with all the taste and cultivation only to be attained by careful and artistic training. Mr. Gomcrsal waa very liappy in his render lug of tbe character of Mr. Upton 8prout. a courting scene between Bella Sonnystde and air. Sprout beiog certainly the' best point la tbo comedietta. The historical burlesquo on Keuilwortb closed the evening's entertain ment, Lady Don being oast for the comparatively unim portant part of the Earl of Leicester. In this ritU her ladyship gives proof positive of bar powers In burleaqne acting, making every point with oonslderablt soocesa, and In a quiet and modest manner whloh is quite now upon tbe New York stage. Lewis Baker as Wayiaod Smith is irresistibly comical, causing continued roars of laughtor by his droll enunoiaiion of Jocose laeal wits. Mary Smith's make up as Queen Elizabeth Is wondsrfti, and Mr. and Mrs Gomorsal in, the characters of Vamey and Amy Robsart, do thslr share in making the bur losque tbe success which It undoubtedly Is. It if, how ever, to bo hoped that some piece will soon be produced which will give Lady Don that prominence which her abilities domand, and which will give her (lie oppor tunity of increasing the popularity which she hat already so deservedly wen. Mill Theatre. We an surprised that iueh aa eminent artiet la Mr. Dawtsoa should salaot for the opening night at his new engagement at the Stadt theatre a play ae ted foes, so destitute of dramatic effect, so complicated In the de refopment at Its plot and so scanty In sltaations wblcn would set his peonllar genius In a strong light, so Schil ler's Don Oartoo. Not but that It is aa historical drama whleh might ba hold up aa a model tar playwrights, bat to give It in any beurablo style it would require a much stronger and better company than there la at the Stadt theatre. The house was a perfect jam from parquet to dome, and the audience heroically sat ths aflklr through, regardless of the fact that the curtain did not fail until long after the Excise law wielded the sceptre. Mr. Dawiaon undertook the nils of the sullen, crafty, treacherous, cruel, bigoted, cowardly, tyrannical Philip U. The autyect of tho play la the love intrigue between Don Carlos, Infhnt of Spain, and bit stepmother the Queen. PbPlp is a mere appendage to the play and has little to do with the plot, consequently Mr. Dawiaon oouid only give d sort of portrait of the old Spanish tyrant, with the exception of one scene, in which a few flashes of hia powers Illumined the droarineas of the part Of the other characters the beat-by far was Miss Irscbiek as the Princeea Ehoii, a sort of female Mephiatophiles in the Court of Spat# Meuera. Stemmier and Zerboat were very good as Don Carlos and the Marquis de la Posa, and Mrs. HlegUch Fttcha very poor as the Queen. The rest of the cast was placed in capable hands and gave satisfac tion. The play, however, would bo benefited in repre sentation by a little Judicious pruning. Five auoh inter minable acts are ae indigestible as the TcmnAauser, with the JfetsfsrsSnger arm Numberg and Liast's Faust added. Olympic Theatre. Last night another week of tho production of the well known drama, The Streeti of Now York, was Inaugurated at this theatre in presence of n fashionable and numer ous audience, who loudly applauded the several portions of the play, every one of whleh was placed on the stage In a manner reflecting the highest credit on the teste and skill of the manager and eompaav. The Are scene, In the fifth act. was admirably presented, and the view of TTnion square and other streets In the vicinity correot in every respect, save in the absence of mod and sloah, which rendered the picture. !f not minutely perfect, far more pteestag than the original. The company were well up in the'r parts, and Messrs. Jordan and Stuart Rob-on received merited applause for their droil sayings and still droller acting. Park Theatre. This theatre wm crowded last night to weloome the reappearance; after a abort retire hi en t, of tho popular lessee, Mrs F. B. Conway. Tho play chosen was Cam Lynns, and her entri* am Lady Isabel Sinclair was the signal for quite aa ovation, which was repeated after tho first and last acts. Her personation of the character through its various phases was excellently conceived and admirably rendered. Of the other characters, Mrs. H. Howard, Miss Cornelia, the Misses Benedict and Meeker respectively as Joyee and Benedict, waiting maids, and Mr. Conway aa Archibald Binclair, were the beet, and were fair specimens of natural acting. Miss I Aura Queen as Barbara Hare commenced rather poorly, but improved. Itf antral. Meters. Pease and Severint's third morning concert took plaoe yesterday at the Stein way mat! Dee. Mr. Pease played a Thai berg tarantella and a number of his own cum posit ions, as usual, and Slgnor Sevoriol, al though evidently suffering from illness, sang vary well. Mim Matilda Toedt, the charming vloltnM, and Mr. 0. W. Colby also assisted in the concert. Measra. Dachauer and Villanova's concert at Stsiawuy Halt last evening was fairly attended. The programme Included selections from Gorla, Verdi, Mercadante, Men delsooba, Dooiaettl, Humbert, Bellini, Herman, VII lanova and Arditi. Although one of the principal artists was absent, the others, together with the beaa Scialres, gave the utmost Malefaction to their hoarera. The Hilt at Brookl yn were present last night at the Aoademy In attendance on the twelfth Monday popular concert, L. F. Harrison dire tor. The programme was mads up of gems from the various operas, including Orpheus. Don Juan and Maritana. Mr. W. J. Hill sang ?'Dearest, Then I Love You More," and wan encored to the echo. A xtttor solo, by Mr. Helndl. wee rapturously encored, and brought out that gentleman in a most scientific rendition of one of the works of the sweetest of our Kwlae bards. The orchestral renditions were superb. Mr. 8. B. Mills st the piano performed In a manner that brought from the audience a decided encore. Mr. Carl Ro-a performed on the violin teo at those ex cerpts which have made hit name ramMMr amoag the 1 music-loving public, and the conoert was closed with a grand galop by the orchestra. TOE ILUMB UBBUTWE. [ Snmro rutin, Feb. Ml, 1M8. The Governor has approved the hill tor the erection of a new capltol, notwithstanding the Strong effort mad" to Induce him to withhold hi* Htgnature. The bill loraiing the Agricultural College at Champaign pasted tho fcenate to-dam -T ? MEW JERSEY IHTELLIGEHCR. Jrrufr City. Cottnmos or im CntritCH or 8t. Bosifacr ? A grant musical and dramatic entertainment wits given laat evening In the basement of the German church by the children attending the parochial school, assisted by several young ladles and gentlemon of the parish. The exercises constated of select melodies from the German, with dramatic performances suited to the capacity of the Juvenile performers. 80 Judicious and interesting did this arrangement prove that from the commencement to the close the audience seemed spell-bound, hut burst forth at Intervals into fits of rapturous applause. To particularise would be Invidious where each sustained nis and her pert so creditably. One of the hymns, the Am Maria, was a charming place of composition. The proceeds of the eniertalment were to enablo the ener getic and worthy pastor. Father Krouse, to complete the church edifloe, and a lad lea' fair will be rooanyaaed tot the same object. Sr. Patjucrs Day Celxbsatio* A oooventtoa of the Father Mathew Societies waa held on Sunday afliraiwa In St. Peter's school to make arrangements Iter the cele bration ot St. Patrick's Day. A committee wee appointed to wait on the Mayor, Common Council and Polios Com missioners. Marshals and aids were next Fifteen societies will Join in the procession, embracing Jersey City, Hoboken and outlying districts. Ttm Friendly Sons of Inland bald another meeting t? complete their arrangements They will partake Of * grand dinner et a place not yet fixed upon. Iuvitsneun will be issued to eminent speakers, and the occasion m designed to be the grandest, as It is the first, exprentom of Irish sentiment by this society In Jersey City. Onlf a limited number will be allowed to participate. A Pdoiuhtio ExKiamox Baoxan Or.?Charles OeMlne, the Cast Iron Man, announced a pugilistic ant last night, at Washington Hall, Jemey City; but before the buffers had got to work the police pat In an appear ance and a general stampedo ensued. Eight arrests were mndo for violation of the ordinance prohibiting such performances without license tn that city, and tbo parties were held to apjiear at oourt this morning. The Cast Iron Man, being unable to get a chanoe to exhibit his muscle In this neighborhood, Intends going to Phila delphia to day to see if he caunot And a spot In the City of Hrothorlv I.ovo where he can give a display of tbo manly art without being annoyed by the "cops," en ho calls the police. Hudson City. Thb Lnrcorjf Riflm?Captain W. E. Rogers, late of Company I, Hudson County Rifle Battalion, will be pro moted to the rank of major la the ensuing month by Governor Ward. The appointmont is on the tnendatiou of General Runvon. Captain Rogers ' originator of the Hudson County State Rifles, ai manded that battalion at the display In Newark am Friday. Newark. Esskx Cortrrr Comm.?The Gould Machine Company of Newark have been Indicted for rounding a whistle attached to their factory to inform their workmen of tbo commencement and cassation of tho day's labor. Not withstanding the fact, however, the whistle was sounded yesterday with the usual force. The Circuit Conrt la ah present engaged with the case of Henry Brant vs. Tho Fireman's Insurance Company. Board or Edccatios.?The fourth annual report of tho Board or F.ducation, prepared by Mr. George B. Bears. Superintendent of Public Schools, has recently bean issued. The report lakes strong ground In favor at ??moral suasion," and says "that those schools where the most whipping is done are the most disorderly. It is also remarked that during the past year there hee been an ambition among puollo teachers to govern their schools wttbont corporeal punishment lajuncrioii Amksd.?Some weeks ago Mayor Peddle, on behair of the city, entersd into an agreement witM the Morris Canal Company, by whteh the latter party waa to build a stone wall alone South Canal street frees Mulberry street to the lock, the company being alia wed by tbe provisions of the agreement to straighten the linn of tbe canal at certain points. It becoming evident than tbe right given to the canal oompnay gave thaea sine tbe privilege of taking from four to ftvo fact of the tent, from a point about one hundred feet north of tho took to tbe intersection of Mulberry street, owners of property in the vicinity have tnnan the necessary slope to procure TlM la c - - IPiajeeeti >n upon tho peooederoof work. by the parties asking an injunction that from fear to Ave thousand square feet of the pnbMo highway wtii ho given away fay the agreement, Charter Klkctios.?The Orupge chnrter election w0 be held on Tbeaday, March 13. In addition to the otky officers there ere to be Ave Councilman elected one ha the First ward, two In tha Second and two In tha Third. 1 The primary meetings for the nomination of iheno^taH wilt be held at en early dote. THE UTE SHOOTtM AffHAY M TO TBI KDITO* OP THE HKBALD. In yoer acoount of the shooting aflhlr at Odd Fetlowa* Hall, Hshihon, an Friday, than ami which 1 must take exception. First, my not invite a relative of mine to the ball; secondly, my ago la twenty-coo act twenty-three; thirdly, I waa ash gaily droaaed, aa I uudmaltad the make up of Mm. toilet ; fourthly, none of the shots I fired missed. With regard to the conversation between myself and my fane band at tbe hall, It is coneetly embodied la the following statement1 did not arrive at OM Fellows' HaH until about sloven o'clock; went up Into the ballroomand toot a east; my hnribaadjaw me and I "Whet brought yon here f" I said. "I wanted to nfl be said, "Go up atalra, mho off yoor shawl and katH replied, "I wont," be tamed Inn sae and with taati fired on him; be ran ont through a deer and I Mtownd and fired tbe second time; one man caught hold of and held me, and Mother man took tho revolver from max my husband went up atairs and came down with hfai tab end ooet; I called for a policeman and asld, "Take sae off to the station hoots;" m officer then came in and took ma off to tha potion station. CAROLINE GBSCHWTNDr. MAILS m EUROPE. The Canard mail steamship China will tanvn m on Wednaadajr for Liverpool. The mails for Europe will oioae la thia oily at a < t?r past one and half-paat fire o'oiock en Taasday ? The Niw Ton* Hwira-IHlHin fbr ready at eleven o'clock on Tasaday morn to p. Single copies, in nragpan, ready far cents. By Others' Faalta Mm Wlao Correct their own, obMrred the cute individual who, on noticing that one of his friends used ordinary Ports asm, tea, mediately supplied himself with rHihOK'l nlllRT BLOOMIKO CBREU8. All Prises Cashed la Legal Leer avian. Chsa lersaad drawings seat. J. OLUTg. Broker, 17? Broadway. JHtAJFTraafi.^fttl'aihAJrisar rial effects resulting from the nse or HROwW'R BBON (,'HT.tfi TROCHES, says:?"Far alleviating that horrid irritation onlr felt by those who have suffered from ear Bronchial affection, and for Hoarseness sad Bore ThrasA too, I am frre to oonfeee (though I am en M. D.) they answer all you claim for them." To avoid dleapjmlDttneni l>e snr" to obtain the genuine BROWN'S BRONCHIAL T ROC HEP. one, rectory, SI BercUy i ?rtPSLnSSf ffliarSsi BfLteS: corner of Frlocs street ufactored. Astor House. I)s|snrr Melsnaadrr Nafhe. Alse Mdehsyrd ?d Psrlor Safes, at <1 Murray street, eornor of flellSRS and plaSA Klllntlc Broadwi York end I'enosylvanla Stale Pairs, IML '?"?"ZScVHfflSritfKf M?Broad we;, Raw Task. '^?^iKfltottWtoesRs. . I*a * Pnrris*l Rasev-MUoas whth New. flsh same. meats, Ac. JOHN OITMOAM A SONS, Agents for the Halted States. M8A5 depot, Mil Broadway. New Tork. ? tmr WMd ramlHea; Hotel rooking apparatus a specially, hsign sstjWMsas on hand; raw atvlr* and twprormacaie. BRAMI1AW., DRANK ft CO., manudactmels. IW Water street Koyal II am tin |^tfir.--Hfl*?" '"?J'. J* ?oidT inform lilt II i.trnUu.ed. I no h*hf* T*tm ' '* JKJfiP&MSw inssAwusi. 5SSS?TESIfU..??.JM r?^i.y~.. sna; ztWwi'A icSaasar ? * . .' , , .ft MILIUM utslde wrapt"* Bo sure and ?!?.?? MM tsvlng 'he ? 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