Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on April 14, 1876 · Page 3
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TEATELER KECORIi. Arriral and Da-partar ol Tratca. TTlATNS PKPART. r! Boa."X 1 KiETht x S "vi A if f A coon .... e 15 h IWifle Ex 10 ii : Aprom 1-1.? p n i .venm Ea. 4-O0p.it I-ay Fxpress.. is .-Xs r ' Quca-goKx.... ld.-Wf.Ja ; exis Roar I Dar Fxir-. -00 V. Kxpre b .VLI i Fab Ex. aad i. I 0tHOI ..... II I A.&anric Kr 4 ,0 j a I "'.n?TiUe Mail. 4 :'pn ' V- ay Express.. t Oo ?.m i FK-FKAU ar i ItlR-ht bxprtss. ;t r, . ; Aeeom T.UOa- bxpro li-A 4 ; Faat Mail l ! Iay Ex-pmi.. i -'-. ! Bos A" t-jaiclLx. Id "V e.a , 'Tfca ,s .-rai j Express... T 4a a i-tpreea . . , S.Aj?.3i J Lwi-j- Ex.. 1'.' ?-" il f-pe-. ' V Fx.. T 'i K V. Fxy? 7 'Va .spec. Tt .x.. in 15 a m iy Kxpi-WB.- jU C a. ArtNn 2'4, la-? iUK Pr-Tr - w vt Ft... 4:;r IS. At. 5:Ur. irsi RK acAo-. I- T. Special.. 00 A. :&rtK Ex.- S.Cof.a in it. and Wash- Ac... B-Klfi ICint K-rpres . : 10 r ;jASl tYS A&io fci"'A! KAitT. lVSfnsrf r'iS a-M retjrrt't udAc 5-00 A M .- 5:1. ra I ASF OVTASIO EC AH XllT l"-assn"C2r S' -JOak l a-pwisr-r 1 -vo p a LINK KUAO. Arrvm tiaW U 4 4or.B TS ARijOTTK E' At. V'VN.iX. IAoaH Av.ffi al. TRACKS ASIR1VE. I..HET ft A.';. K rht Kx-vpt-jse. Ci 1,"a.h I jst Psc. fcx. i 1" A.X -c, rac Ex.. :4."ax A'-eora ll:ir a.m rt Ka'l 1:1;M Simre Fn.. r; :"0 p m l-4ir Em.. 4 !0p I r F.pr!A.. 5:4rF.w .Tcaer- ilx 10 l.'.p i ljtt vs . - . t:."C p. Ansms uda: ITJiTUC Kx 1 -0O A W ! .u-srkr Ex . . . . . 1 1 :"J0 a a Ac v-R! ; 1 " p W I -ay KrpTs.. T:,Xipi LjKE ONTAiiiO B AH. Px-i i.H J ivsbr and Ae-cr-itimtiat a. p w M R-! HE"?.?. CXTPU A'Ci - I a r pr-s ....... 11 tli a a Ex &:tXp.a 5. Y. Xxpmte. :." Tr Exrr.. 10 rv. a a AUanttc Ex, . . 4 " " p Aorom. Ex.. ! bt. Jjoiw Ex. . . 11 :4T p.a B-TFA.10 a .o. Pt. TuiP Ex 1." :0 a N. Y. Exprs. 7 ilitv 1 S-n. Ex. 1j "4. i East Mail o !n j . w. alEx. 4 l 'pa ; Acvxeo T.up.a i cais bo A3. PanTriiif Ac,. PTi Vacjtic Ex l'V."o a h lti.t. EpP-S?. t.i;.V p a lay ExprS8.. 11 -jCp ii USX BOAD Frprfss 910 a Acvom 7:40p.a A wm i v- a h ; AjClhH B &IP.M ; SnnoaT' Train Ccean Steamers. "ANCHOR LlfiE I trai , fa? m. rc aorrsaca u tfrat B-Tai3. PaaMter acc- TCn"4attona arjiraaMaa. &AT& OF PaMSAViiC. From VKW TOki ui UjOW,LIHR?OllU13UlS!, at I.' N-liONPEBkT. Ca BiS S . Tb ar.4 r CmsT. KiT am ucawa at radooad tai4w. &ecriia a:w:tr, aa )r w ai bf as a.af Fiit-tj L3 Lisa. Co w " T ' urFirxs " Bow.ina fcireaa. N. T : ar to A.NuL K laciJuAlai, tfcdiaia su. oehaair. INMAN"LINE ROTAL SI AILSTKAMER? FOR arii:STVi and L1VKRPOOL Mn. rr.n? New Tnaon flATl HIaT ol eca 1 wtrex. trout liM North E., "er. ("ITT CF A TWERp, :TY OF LO:-.W. ITT F BKRi rX. C1TT OF LIME'tlCI. $ '"' V iK.teTTU CilT Or M'MRf 31 Y T Bh1 -OKI-V!?, ITT -F SPff Visit.. f T ( F t'tTY Of PaKTS. UTT OF CHAltJa, CITY OF RlCilMO'fTK J PKMencir- wi find tea sTeamerstastetailTrtttwa '! white tbe piare-T'tiKis art lutai. airy and r-iva, 2 . Miioor.a iLre and Wfil ven" t.Aie.i.areThe i3rj3T i It t '.ia vcWi ana a.tiiated where Vliere is St-as; ctse j.-a id U'Tu tn.t;u' rt'm. laAdtes B"nii'tLm.l'ai3i- i'jr.e sr.! LitrariM. Pi b-r-'oa.. Barber ?h -p AC. 4 iti-ftntCL'n.aJUT.ie ..a imti the ewarQis Or e ea-"ric 1-e.is. r.e iienTt-r ol ihia Tiinvany (J',-?l li.e , .ti".ter:y K' Hte. in1;.- Itn'nj tie dr.eT rn.'n ni I a. Hfties f-I l.-vje i:) and t';j, !. a----rn,r to Btv-nim-!.;; ;or:. H i hv iia eana! nio- ts.ee -aiie tisd frcn. n: p-'inis at reducvd r.ites. i JOi;N G. Ia1 K. L KroadKay, York. J'.m iv Jl 1 ,i.u 1 A III -M.-Vi.ivt... BjCi.Ltr. I OM.T tpfHECT LIE TO FR4fK. 4- T 1 ! t-' i - r.N F K A i. T5.V-ATI ANTir M t'A n 3 I ilAii. ti'IKAMEK- BKittBKX NEW Vuttlv "J AM rtfiiiiw 91 l!rTDOtb J. ti. I 7? f'ipn'dd Tex-.! ou tiu? Ihtotii moie fftrtbe '"lr "t.t Lieut t-eiajfi m'if Knijer)T tbaa any "llier wiii S AMFiUvt E :orAt.Z-TiHaiay. April W h. 'A tT. I ATRtirr sa'H lne.a. AprU Si:a. -.'If JSAN K filDKI !.S-T'.d.iT. MwvSa. Plai.'g F F'AA'.F I (.i.l iinrfurtine wfne"' ri ew die, pi 10 u ft. "a. accordir-s t arci'fflTnd.i- ; r-.inr-ec n4c- fci-eemi-'e, with aniierior -x Hi3j..UtK n. incJcJmx ir.ie, tH-doirsff and ntensja i .uaoct exirs eiif te. i-mcr narked uiaa aa .'4.0 rarrv ?'?rr.ire r. wntfiri. i I.'-iS DE BtHLAN, Ajirt. S Brwdwar. Designing and Engraving. V cnaina, Caia'-rt'e ElnsiTat iona, Coinred J.aIs. fcusine aud 8iuow Calais, and new ani --ie:L.ai designs fr utisii.e porpoeee generaiij. tii urk totruRTd to v. b;U r-.Me;v prr.Tnpt ani '1 ersoaai atentjon. fern-ijo, iri new fealiding on laii-a. biiiige, eaA end entraavce, Rocikemb&r. Kedical. Trusses and Supporters. mTT EE HUMBUGGED and b it acy A ' Iras bt3t use Inrprored Robbttr Trass. Lipht, s ar-.-T and cheap, and ire from any anpieax&nf f i - jT, aj it tp id jerrioUar to water and periiratioii. His w worn iiJe aa?tirjr; free f mm rai acd i -.er TpeEdares to v tbe eircniaiwa aad pi- pare-, y ma or to irniita the boly or limba. -ed rot be w rn In to eT rx a cuts. CaU at x?-H3ior Tna C'ce. No. l ib East Maiii "tre. I D. DAVIS, Iwl.D., Physician and Surgeon Mffli e, 110 state-ren, rp Stalrw. Keal- dene. Froat Avenue. Opa. Crssa House, Kothtater. I HIT ATIrfM. r?eo.!jrla, Paralyt! and k aa ctxronlc Ihseasea. Also diseases of W&taea aai'i Cte.ldren, ilid-Kifer. etc with tiose of a prl ia'e nature. Uie Pocrr rsa made a specialtj tnt iaar.y years. I ISli Ml NCKCCBi. Pa-aiecrs at a distance can be treated with me m F le-'ect eocceas far corresponuiri with she Docr-jr, : 4a iii?uie syorptotus o? ti -iisease. lengriof time : 'aT-ijveU. ecc atd receive bis celebrated remece y eii-?ea or orbernse directed, securely packed , tot'-c 0'ow.rvaiion. Tii-nT-one years' ejrper;eflce of , ai araUsied auccess i a sure Piarantv of uie Ioe ' or aril:rv an treatment of Uie abo-e-tamed a ' aa-a Office open Day and Nihk. Carpet Cseaning. 3ARPET CLEANING TTAVIXG PIT.CILi.SEI tie popular Carpet Cleanina; Establishment, 16-2 South' st. 1 j- i street, 1 am pretatred to tafce up Carpeta. wan them thoroughly, and relay them ia the best wr-er, on shart notice and wiihout Injury to the avs. Orders may be left at Howe Hogers. 37 eVe-St; Beyers Converse, 1 Exchange-St.; esr-ita, Hi3 East Alain St.;. or sent direct, by sito fhlLK LKIM-.I, Proprietor, J ' 102 Smith fit. Paul H-re-et. Wire Workers. HADDLETOrJ, EXCELSIOR HO. 89 STATE STREET, CUP PTAltW.) : I of a9 rr i Cr- AIM gbTTE .i.M) KijWHI STAMTJS, f t'.MjIM BASKETS AM) liTRIj CA'JKS, I V VI- M P.EENa. IajJO. SCiiiXSiS f IKAl-S. X 1R CQCR AfiO WIKC9W SCSEEXS. : -T UescriprioB of Wire GooCa made to order, f e - attentice P "R to aH iu&ua ot Oemeterr ari OtMH MUsJiSArli.l!. a il . i New Publications. A SEW MAGA7.ISE ECORD YEAR. PC B leT Kt-T.flra tana ftf a eao;:tl Mr St'Hiti'y jWja.i;-irie.tfr 'nof tteif erenfie m raj-k- xWncr f..r u. !' u j r"'-.rtl of every impurtais at .c any part oJ tats wr-d, toyetijr witii a K. ' U' CL':ti'-t i..lrri ol Ii,; GjwtilA, tr- f f lexed and ejiusd uy i-tiSa J.iMtea,ut ta -;, U'B iiaS-ftt.'' -t-iuily it ,it w;r an !ei:antaUeei portrait a. 3i ;rt!nB.'t-''..ni;:-vtinaaf1 raa4af m'tnth-aiiiieeve; h i uy mi: ip; .k iLd neni w . a&3 -M fuirt'r n.a i. oo raucim t ar...ti, j. ay . W.C&. EiN a'Xi Cotiitawr. Financial. Mortgages. V HTT i.VD rot N J V i; -PEtiTr. Oty ar4 -iiny ia'-DCa D..o::ir ;.(! ao.d. lana fiu-t .Jri t-r .4.-e Aiiftt I- r h ui:e. pvarcii, c-if- id ar f rnL. r-i-tate. Jela. f'iUe an4 t. ai.d a,rfT am mi, m ap.icai.'tii. Tu.-a I - '--LAiaaicvr i.r t;tr iiai of Mictmtaa l-jraia, U. . I-'AIW- Mil Ii. is... P jfftw a Bluett. Ilintoii, Cetlar Kapids and Miniifsota BodJiohIer. c P?af OF BEOKOAI-r ATIOV li-f- mt.Tyf a it iWhfTtajr MaiB JH. JM-1-it- Mtinc. Jl ,.r Inrwo, t liii-.i J- . R i Ca . ..f to.i-.iu- .in ia.iti-e. 4 F fl tfl tv fiAA IVTESTTO BTOCI pas larare hi llm.us- nbi-i,y. Speculators auotii.l call B I'-r our T - ve.se bo.,ii. ea e3 l-li..m, of ; -," W7 H'tTew of W'aiJ atreet. I FTP0 f""" J' Ui aiCK!j.".l ., J ' "" ojhi4 b. -ee MalnS T. Savings Eank. I CEST. IHTtREJt FEQM OATL t tt EAi?e fiIDE BAVIXG3 BANK pasa jew imrm! from date on evpoaiia, ai si 3i.E n.si i-m tf aa unrty HaS. I r-rt t 11 -N s at bit ill;, ITaeideat 1 F cveiary. .1 oaai.il us aivproved eohataeaia Democrat and Chronicle Lanier's entenfeUI Cantata. it srerrr LASIER. f r.ia 'owir.? the can-ata wrHrn fur e-n t. ot uro.'i'iA i -, em dim tt tiie U.ur ; ."ETEN"NUL 'TI0N fF zlH vpre wiTh nobler hnt l.!UcWf r sroifes n j kinll.M-'tsij-i-S'ne ni foil. !.m att.J full. iu oii voiiv ns anrt o'I eiij-r iir tii tu-aau-frt itf-rmj of mi Ajt I ar ttktr my rtrun piao. n. ?:ar:. w. J'.3vfl..w-r. 'nlv l.iihpr flvir irMS. tiexaUu: aru o er yoi'taikiuj w tnite v.it bat Aw in Ta. r::rin? Orsy-Ujip d a alMt fwc diK.uivit, ci ria' .u" It aliaa But Ih.; " m. JarntT. nut of thi i .,ia:.-uth. ihrt-tit-., Ali.ar-V iatr rr.es. Yefit: arav: FfVprrrr-, hum- awav1' lu.twrr rnrs. ?ctarr: a vat ic-.tfiaiei'ncs. lour K' a r- ttail a; ar f. ai Bcrfjin air u tAir. iorrzwrd witn I.' he aui prti,n-1 swris 1 ffvr. Terror, Rmr ir J C rtnje, 31- ie 3 :n tT aint of lime l i ;ed t- ne frr.m iHni an I .a. Ny'. Thou .-Uaait iii.t ttr V. Hark' 'iswhirinj-y jn dark, itai s ar.r-.we! in yra in ;ti- aa Hue liir: i . tsie tyraunns h-rt of l-ii t aueture ana Labr anj ax.lenia-soui Trial I :ia, a?:ii t--,unL. ScntKt Iwjt cot nnifli, Th-.;?h tiip stertorm: deatL cf rha 1. w ifn aLd tmthf-r-wa new-iarK tie Ia.i'it Aaa U'rg.re. ana o'er. aadrfpLjrUt. TT. V' K Praise tn f; off ?ran I -rav Jraje to Mau s uniu.;:,ied iiiv, re-r-ile ti-e lanu. dejie nte I-- I fan., aa-.i I s:ail h F .w lor- .rto Anl. o how n?' -o? A..ai Sieavtn a oiau si.wu .-n' t:i. ' l'--Z at thine Art hal! Itr tr,te lr Lv.;. a thy CMr-nce tnth (iaU know L-.; i as th;ne ;la.?e harms no l.v-j. lA-tira a:y Lam av lh k ia;i jfpoa I.nir as il.r t,i i aUne." 'I y inther eerr eian IWnw, ' i !:Z. riear r.rrt f.t Ail n;r 'J :.v i.iaxue i,rkii siiizte, thy f'.inie .si.all g'- "' VIJI, ;c. fr-.nr, h?s:ht tf time my V ..rd anfal'i: 11. 'i'1,?anrpa "" cor!s a friendly flag; un :-. i s-.e 1 he world's best lover s wel.daw to t!ie THE4.KEATESTHl.nBCG VET. Hw PYoKiwr fraokt'i "Glfteal anal Wenderfal" nedinin. Annie Eva 'ay, Perlorme ber Trick; New York Oraohic. April li It is the privilege ol the Graphic to-day to exice the most snccassful si.iritualistic me-cium in "ew York, and to reveal, with verbal and pictorial description, the method by which she has long succeeded in bewiider:n and defranding the public. The exposure of the trickery of this one nietlinm also results in tlie exposure of ailbose so-calied ' medium." or. as Judge Edmunds and Dr. Hare called thtin. " psychics," who produce similar ' ph9-nomeua.9 The geutleman to whom we are thus indebted for this opportunity to bartie the lec al dealers in the marvelous is Wasb-mgu-n Irving Bishop, who- godfather was Vssuingtoll Irving himself, and who enjoys a high personal and so-ial reputation in th city. He has for years investigate! thse cccnlt cLotngs. He uuraviled the Katie King mystery, that seemed for a time to defy the "K-t rigid scrutiny, and more receutiy he has lxvn en!ra-ed in revealing the method !v w Lit 'u the E.idy brotlicrs produced those ui-inunoaue eutertainu?nts which long harassed the public mind an.1 impxeil up. the cred-uliry of many thouglitfid au l inte'iigut nivii. Mr. biUo,. sought and obtainel the optu sisiSi-" of the Annie Eva Fay seances. She is giving public receptions every Siuuuy evening at a nan isoiue re-i Umce up tow n, and tliere are sometimes a hundred peixais present who pay each two dollars. -n each week day eve:iuig she receives Hfry di ihirs for a performance ia the parlors of some private h..use. and these meet-nigs are fi cr)uent!y given ami attemlel by some of the most, prominent families in the city, and taie the character of full-dress re cepuons. Jir. Bishop, lieing frequently pres-er.t, obtaiued a ciue to tne mystic peVtorm-ani-es and soon learned exactly how they were done. J,"o assistance w as derived from the angeis. He tried the programme and fouud U mx he cocM do everything that Mrs. Far h.. i done. Then, providing himself with r.tust-aJ instruments, rings, strings, and things exactly simitar to those used by Mrs. Fav. he went lefore some of tlie best known s ienti-u ami caret ul olsen crs in the city and showed them how all the results were produced. These zeiitlemen then refpiested him m writing to make a pul.ijc exposure: and he has consented to do so by f'inusb.ng the facts to the Graphic The following is the letter ot 31' w. UaaaioiiJ, Mott and 1 ilep worth: Ntvr '..t'.si TT' I , sir: it in s ?:.-C'.fi:s zrent nle-jaiirem wit. ness the xry salttfaclu.-. inanoer in wne-h vhi h.-.w the frauniiarat ua-uieol the pn-tensioos A (j.e sfmaiicd aj'.ntual nsruums. es;.e -iaiv Uiose of Ai ii!e hra i .ir. who has receire.1 the irnl..-e:n.1Jt cf.Wi cam t ii- te. and other of Uie H...ai .-ie-y. v.e ben-ve the perroraiance irf theae pe..ple u.-e ca.i u;a;eu to prouuee evil eneets upon the cre::i!r i.6 and .hsosdere,! iinaeiaatiotM of mnuv pec- ns: aivl. whs a vie to pot ou effectual L.o t twm. weeamestly rf.,,: joti m commuoi cj.e co the pntne tbe ma-iDer in v io.-h tlie so -aii-e ! si.,r.iuali-ts conuu-.t their .leceitfut p:-a.-tires. Sacn un ' f -sf as we rer to can oa'v be pr..duci-i.ei.r c-rs-u results: and we tnist. tiiereiore ia ew.-f Uie imorlTn-e of the wtioie matter, that t x -ii a,ttit to mir request. uii greal res.-ei. i e are J '..;;r ..e-'ienl serrn' Ii. MFPn-.-iPT't V M.IJ.VM A H.i'-i .piM.. M . ALLA VMiKS at. jl'-Tr. 31. 1. M.irch :l. ls;ii. . ,.. i: n .. i. :..., , jr. , : Your kina D-e of Ihe :lth inf in. ii: jig m- to p'ace before the public the .--. ..e '' pro-Iocinj wliat a-e cai.etl auintual .lesiatic-cs a, receivea. In replv. 1 taaak ,Hl .cr J,t tf.i.l:i!, tun (.in- m hit abiiitv lo e;.:--.e ti.o uii;e friud t-j which vou reier. and y 8p;-reeiEFir:K your motives iu a.!-lrssm-' Ik: stem your reonest. Ibaveth. in u. l to we.- vcrj repecti n ilv. -. IKVIXG BISHOF. Mrf. Fay, or Hiss Fay, as slie caiis herself , even in the presence of Mr. Fay. her husband. has been before the public several years as a i 'physical medium."' biie mails the tour of t FLurcipe, performed before the queen and royal . family in England, the czar of liussia. Lord llai. :bh, and many titled personages, and re-I ceiv.u a diamond locket from tlie prince of i. a.s. w ujen sue wears conspicuously at ail her i-eancea. She was taken in hand bv Professor W illiam Crookes, and subjected to his ch fest fcrutiny, but she stood tlie most ri-id teste timt he applied even a galvanometer aiiJ he was at last convinced of the genaine-i essjof her performance, ami gave her a letter of credence as a spiritual medium. With Professor C'rooses . publiabe.1 letter aimojnc-u-s: bis belief in spiritualism. Mrs. Fav save pu! iic exhibits a in Ix.mion w ith ex tra ortluiorv success, f-he artpeared in the queen's . tic-. it rooms, in the Crystal Palace" and her pia. es, charging 2 oil for single ticiiei.3 or aiuiuss'on. ana making moneT rapiliy. I fche reitppeaid here some two or three I months ao. .While traveling she a4vertised j that tiie programme would mmmrare with j fastening her leet, han.is and neck to solid j ir.-n stapiex, with strips of cotton cloth, which I .-ould l sewn with tiirea.1 and further secured i witli court-p!a.-.ter. While in tins helplens j coaaition " a series of lwijjeriir effeeU " : w .juid be prr-b.ice.1. iii -Iiidio" lloatmsr extra ord.uary. Uie hfe-like guitar, tlie mysterious bell-ritiitin. the curiously knotted cloth, the i spirit rarrnter. mirveiius ni l un I flvin; hammer, tlie animated violin, the circular h.paml its er.traonjiuary er. the babes ! in paper, the tamtjur:ueV flight, the wortin , M-isM.iv. the mouth orgsin in iu travels, tue ; irreut gol.j. t and water mystery," and "tue I reut i-aii sensatiua." In tjii&. it will be seen. ' there u. no claim that effects are prudm-ed by I any supernatural agency, and this outiaaion . will 1 readily nu.lerstil by lawyers and all who oleierve that it is an adver- -tlsemeiit calling on jcp!e to sjienil their ; money, but when tite people are aaseniblisd the chimi of spirit pre--eiu-.. a'ul agency ia j boiiliy pi-.x'liiiaie.l. the nushiim deaenbos an- e'ic beuijr and ives their liaiues and calls ( on her audience U reeojtnise and chum & thi-ir om u the dear delrte.i. The coiiipiete exposure by Mr. Bishop will lie lttev understood if we take the reailer hurriedly tbrou one of Sli". l ay's seances, two of which the writer lias attended. Fifty people are present believers and scept.ii of all Errailes. The btmse is. a niay- bili.ut one. The World has given several j coinum long n.Hices of these seances, tnim mie of which we cv-v tiie following d'-scriptive bit: Tbe parlo- a bi.-ii slie ha. is a vast plw.-e n iri, i!a 111.1.11 t ui tains, iu'e.1 liii, roi . aiiil frs-si-.jl i 'upeia 1 f e .s-lliiii: Viili iter sre-eees -be baa aeeul-e'1 a l.iiiiibei of retsiners On.- ..f tnese opens til pil-k cnrtiiied U.I.JI j-Jst a- a vi.iOii put bis f.-e.t ot. U.e lop step anil lciorr b has lak .-a tne tr.aii.ie o rea. ii o.it to li44 tiie belt. Another eidifi. ai fhe i-ftroif n-tiaiu tit Hie parlor, snails a fi.nl iiltie buD-lle. if areeti tn-sels in-uml 01 a riilae-r lin-i, ami. raswuiif. niirtimrs "Two l-d-ars ' aiiii a -auvitr tnai i. aa irresistible as h . ,-fl l.re-l. Mr ar. a-nlta atra'ioci -tail coat and "n ei-e..r ei' i. "ion. alan-a beany by. He en ires t :ie t-af lor aoit b.s iiiie.' mtii lies flieifi t. iaj.v i.l.l'i li--- f,-.-iii Ii e.eU When llirts i e ek the eha:ra .l - la- of r..'--4 up rajo.iir. It . a Mr. rar cal Uiem to order an J rqnts j fpom-mem or a committee of tlirt fa ito.uuiif m mud. i uree are aiiuointi ! I an.i acrej t ia pxxl faith, but thoy presently ! . . m-i-t mm laey are so umitea L j- the eon- i ..j ir pratiicu.;y luwerit-sa for any 1 1 U-MTl. tl,;, i ,"0',"enr be'"S "l,M,t'. tl UwntoelvescUseJy m two three aemidrt-les i - . ay nun i,ue cooimitcee around a table on which are a drum, guitar, Umbourine, dulcimer, trumt, fia?olet', biummiicon, and several hand be!K There are alo hammer and nails. It is to be a light aeatice, and evervbody 13 glad, because the gas-Same brightly burning is an assurance Ui.t no fraud can posul.ly siked. Two stiplea are acrewcj into the duor-jamlt, One alinut two f.-et aimre t!, fl,w.i- ... I othtr aloat eijiiteen m"hes hiner, from ea.'h of hich fcar.g an iron ring, the lower one twt and a haif inchea in diameter, ilr. Fjt jiu. it! -e? several strips of cotton chh. t'o j fee'. Uvcf and two iuclief wide, and retfiekto I the c .:i.it,ittei t. tie tilt? uiedimu. There is j a:: .:.i M-.i..roH tlie conuiiitteean-1 he induij-a " '" ct Ins inexplicable fcuota. The cloth i Mnirg and inelasti.-: when drawn aril tied ' a t.ij;h cord tht cannot Pft-.i!T be brokea or ,t cut of. tne of these felrips is t:wl tlifctiy around each of the medium's wriit- au as to cut iiito the ricsh and almost to impeile circu'iation, and is tied with a doulile-juare knot. The emls M the strijw on on? wrist are tied to those ou the other, so as to bring the two WTists closely together behind the meilimu's bark. Ia addition to these precautions, the knota are all sewed together nrmly, and frequently stuck together w :ih striis of court-plaster or sealed with seal.ng wax and a -r;vace seal. Jllrs. Fay sealB herveif on a canin-ttrxd. w ith her hack against the two rins. and is fa-.tjned to j them, her writ.- iing drawn tightly to the ! lower r.ng and tied there by a atrip of cloth ! run taroi'sh the rung and annnd the ligature I thai binds the wr.st, and her hd be!n i prevented from teiding l,y a strip drawn : cio.-iv ai-ound the neck and tie.i to the upper -staple. The sailor declares that she ' can't et awav," and it is eviiient to everTbodv ' mat she is there to stnv. Her hands are ti-d I behind her and to the staple; they do mt saem cai'ieof moving haif au inch; her bod is rigid and her head is bound closely to the partition. Tne committee announce that they are satisfied siie cannot move. Jo several musical instruments are placed in her Lip a guitar, whistle and bells: the gas-jet ia turned down to a gentle twilight so as to obscure nothing and mystify everything: and now, ail being ready, a green baize curtain seven feet high is held up by Mr. Fay across the corner of the room, between the medium and the waiting spectators, so as to conceal them from each other. The bells are immediately rung, whiipers are heard, the guitar is intelligently thrummed, the whistle ia blown in a long and painful monotone, the guitar is lifted up so as to be seen over the curtain, the tambourine is Hung over to the audience, and in response to a mulHwl f ry from wilh.n the enrtain is drawn back, and ate medium sis with one bell in her mouth and the other instrument are scattered over the floor. The committee hurry forward a ad mid her tied as .before. The knots are as arm as ever, and it is hnpobibie to believe that ! she has been out of them during the brief uftiug of the curtain. It is now proposed to subject the medium 10 oilier lesis. a cc.ns.iu numoer oi shots ara countfcd out and cx-owded int each of the uamta that are cramped LieUmd the melium. a nickel cent is laid upon each shoe, so that it would fall off without change of position, and a rope is tied to each ankle, extended under the enrtain, and held tightly by one of the audience. An iron hoop a foot i diameter is laid in her lap, the curb. in ia again draw n so as to conceal the medium. In two sei-onds it is draw n bark and the ring is found around ber netk. I nder the sa.ne eimini--Mance! a water-pall is inverted on her head, a goblet of water i placed fc b?r hps and drunk from. -a ;iii is dri en with a bammer into a piece of w ood , Uivoivirig the use of loth han i. iina?. are cut out oi paj-er. a ring is put in her ear, and an thtr strip of cloth is tied around her ns- k. : Alter e&'-h manife-tation " the rommittee : examine the knots ar.d iind them ntact, a:ii announce that he ha not rred." A s an additional gtmrantee cf fair pi ay one or two men are allow ed to go behind the curtain and held tl-e medium: but they must be blmdfokl-eiL And they mjty place their hands on her lup aud head, but may cot toi.rh her hands or arms : that would destroy the " conditions." While the blindfolded men are at her side the music and kindred manifestations go cn, ar.d everybody is astonished, and some occult theory is resorted to to explain it. ilr. Bish,,p submits to Wing tied in precisely the same way. and he does pre?isely the same things and iloee them just as well." He is firmly tied to the wall, and the curta.a drawn, w hen the Itlls ring., - the phantom guitar" is seen, the tambourine is flung about, and the water-pail is inverted on his head. He ap"parer.tly has r.ot moveL His arms are rigidiy pinioned behind him. The ropes are hnniv tied, and the sealed knots have not been disturbed. ?iow see how simple an explanation destroys the mystery and the illusion. It is a f-t tiiat he h;is n t been untied. Tbe knots are the same knot., jj ,t tue hands tied with corls which are iu turn tied to a lets ring have a certain amount of "play." and this enables the mediMiV to g-t one band around ir. front of him. The ring gives two inches of swing, and tlie conl, though tied ever so tight, will yield two or three inches more. Tins enables the medium to get the hand around upon the left side verv quickly. Both Mrs. Fay and Mr. Bishop are slight and sntail and have very long hands. Mr. Bishop 'shows that, when the most expert sailor has tied him as tight as jiossiUe, he can still get his hands around upon his leftside, ar-d with his left hand enn reach all over his lap and top of his bead by merely bending it over without stooping the body. " Some of the experiments, however, require great strength as well as dexterity, both of which are attained by practice The dark circie is radically different from, the bght circle, except in tlie matter of fraud, which is a constant qnauti'y. This irsua'dv takes place at the close of the light-curtain'Hl seance. The audience are reijneste-1 to select fifteen persons to act as a committee. These seat tuemseives around the medium, aboi.t an arm's length from her, Mr. Fay sirtjig iu the circle. Mrs. Fay i not tint, but in orti.er to make it certain that she di not produce the phen mena it is announced that she will continued clap her hands. The instruments and some fans are then placed m the lais. of the persons m the circle, ail join hands, and : the lights are turned completely out. Imme- u.aieiy mere is a musicai pandemonium. The ' guitar is thrummed, the whistle is blown t. circle is rapidly fanned from within, rings are exchanged by magic, people are touched ou : the cheek, aud all the while the chipping goes j on, proving, of course that she doesn't do it. The gas is lighted. There she is clapping her hands and looking innocent. She now an nounces that a persou may hold her hands: but w hen this is done it mark no app irent difference the musical instruments are whirlrd around and played on, and many pranks are ierfoinied by Uie tricksy spirit. Mr. bishop explains this. Before she is neltl, "drs. Fay is tlie issrformer: -he uses one hand to manipulate the instruments, while she slais. with one hand on her exposed knee, to produce the impression of clapping her hands: Then, when a man conic into the circle and ct.ts off her performance by holding her hamis, ber husband manages to release one of his bands by saying: ' This gentleman wants to take both of my hands." and there upon liohlly joining the other two bauds with one of his own and releasing the other. They I never allow more than lit'teen persons present ' in lias dark circle for the obvious reasr.11 mat a large cnxie woui.l I beyond tne reach of Sirs, lay's arm. Sometimes Mr. Fay gets lietweeii tbe two intractable people, who in-ust on holding his wrists. .r keeping his hand in their la. and then there is uo music af ter Mr. Fay is held. The "conditions ' are interrupted. In cases of tnis kind Mr. Fay generally changes around the cir-Ie t ill lie geu between a coupie of .ruila who, can I managed. Expertuesa and shre dues are as iiiibspttisabie to sucisese in the dark circle a a small waist, a long hand, and muscular str-ngth aie in Uie light circle behind the curtain. This is the person whose deft legerde-uia.n the Iondon Post hist fall spoke" of as -an extraordinary and incomprelieiui4e eo-b rtaiiimerit '' Keacoe anklla-. Troy Times. The advii-e. which we receive from genile-inen ir. M ashingtoti in positniu to known wherts. they speak, are very encouraging aa to tSeiiator Ctmkluig's nomination al Cincinnati. He ia making steady prograas toward that cousuuimation not by rens.,n of any act on his uiit. but lsM reflection and judgment are leading earnest hepublina up to tlie conviction that he is the le-t man that can lie nominated, and tlie best man to liii the prtsideiitlai oflii-e. The atienqit in : cirlalu qiarters t question his popularity, : and discount his nomination iu advance. i 1 rta ting Ufsiu it author, landing liutn. who i recojiiiiws Mr, tilonkling's pre-emiiieiit ability, i . and who adiuire film for his Consistent U-s- 1 pi:l.ih'aii rconi. are taking counsel witii them-w-Lvts as to whether it is just and honst tiiat i he should be sti-ieken d..wn for standing by bis cotivu-tioua and acting up to ihe ti-adi- ! tier of Uie ioid.ikan pnrty. Ttiey know ! thai there is rwt a more lton..rruit td man m j r, and that ptil lie life to-day in the c.-uutry, n.ns -s iiin ti spin -m iiiv iiiiiriv-itir au-i t ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT "Ttatic.a of Mr. CnnHinit: Kl tV p-nw tent maligijuir- with hit ii h is li a4 sailtil, as weil at tbe effi.rt M llntle" IUs rhanc fur tlx? ni-Tr.mati.jti, are having tlieir eV-ctBpciu men with cout.nci and hniwt lb. ertinns. Onp thing is greatJy to Mr. Coiik- name was first mentions! r.fi.. hifch ofEc-e of president, be has in no manner ought to promote his personal advaiieem-ut H has maintame.1 a straightforward, con-sciectiotu cours-: he has ma le no .cl.es fr effe.-t: he has not traTeil i.mnn through the count cliauc and iiVti kwkii'g out for his g"4 for his nomination. po-itive fact that in tii. nrli. .t- ..., cauwi tiie canvas prelinii-; nary to the nomination he discouraged the j use of his name; that if he is nominated and wected, it can w ith truth lie aid the of-; fi-e sought the man and not the man the of-f fice. And we have liule be!tation m de-, clarmg our liief to I that this will be the , coiwuuitiiat.on of the presidential struggle of i 1;C. A Iwtter result for the country culd ; u&t 1 reach' rl. AtBAIW niTTEKS. Ibe Lr$llatare and the llundrrat "T"-ADne of Sonoal-llie ew (rilvl-Taellbaar InMHate. Froni an occasional cum-synilent. Am.wr, April 10. ImTC The legi.lat ire buss fair to stay out their hundred day, if not more, as a correixndent of the New Ym k Times says, thanks to the irrepressible tendency of a few honorable gentl-smen to talk on every question that conies before the house. One member, w ho was also in the house la.t 1 year, remarked on this subject that every ! Ol TUB IsrCEKSAXT lAtTJflB of last year is now at home a sign'Scmi, ! fact for those concerned to remember. But ' the assembly as a whole is, however, rery ' fair compared with those of the past ten : years, ami the lobby has this year no cau. so tar as 1 know, to boast ef its triunipti. The I ntw capitol is of iurse an annual bone of j contention, and with the meriu of the nues- 1 tiens ccncernirig this building have n.itb- ' ir.g to say. But there is one phase of tlie . matter which interests us in common with ' the w hide state and on which we have very ucvu.tru ot-oiious. it is con.jernine the ffen- ! tni aPlran'e of In 17? a large number of bthooranhs were struck off of the plan of the building as then ! adopted by the capitol commissioners. Tuis 1 plan showed a nuirrninceiit structure in the ' renaissance style grafted on the Greek. The i 6sii euevi ou uie oeuoiuor was due. per haiw, to the numerous towers, all finished in harmony with the upper stories of the building, and which gave to the fonf ntstmhlr its greatest beauty, while importing to the ponderous structure an air of lightness and grce. Well, for seme reason or other the form of the main, and by far the most conspicuous, tower w as altered, and in the " model " tt has the form of an elongated dome. As if there were not already enough insiguiiicant domes mounted on county and state houses and country, churches throughout our whole country. In like manner were changed some of the minor towers to so-called domes. And as if this wtre not enough, now come an " advisory committee" and still further exaggerate these changes, so that the building under the new plan proposed has lost all of its character ar.d is but A STVPID PILE OK STOXE AXIl C'KMKVT. The only hope for the state's being rescue- from such au architectural disgrace is for the j fIe to dt-iuand the original plan to be readopted, and the upper portions fiuished according to elevation publisned in lr.72. Over ,(Kl,tiiO has already been invested iu it. and to spoil the whole structure architecturally in order to save a half uiiiik.n out of three or four millions m.sre wh.Vh it will cost to finish it, is very poor poiicv. But enough of this. PROMOTION. I Irani tiiat your Mt Morris correspondent, M i-inan .sj-iiiour, has been elected a corres-nonding mmler of the Albany institute. As your readers may not know much of this society.I w ill aid that it is a body of scient'a -and literary men resident in Albany who meet bi-monthly to listen to and discuss seienthic, historical or literary papers read on those occasions by one of their members. The doors ot this associ.ti.m were opened t . Mr. Sev- j mcur as the historian of Livingston countv. : The irtstitute lias on its roll of corresjwiniUnj i members many names of q-iiet workers in the ; fields of history and science as well as savans ! of greater celebrity. fHisKurea. mia.ls.lppl Hnttoms. i For the Democrat and Chroniele j While cougref-sional discussions and the col-j unms of the press throughout the land have j been teeminz with facts and fannies concern -. ing the fwlitical status of Mississippi, it has I wen a rirc th.ug to meet with any deliuite I vlescription of the physical features of ber - territory. Ho much has this len the case : that when the writer hereof sought, a year i ago, for information in r-gard to the pecul-j iai-ities and cniAb.iities ef the country, it was I only after weeks of fruitless iuipjiry and j reading that he gained, by private eorrespon-; dence w i'h residents of the state, the kuowl-i edge be had vainly sought hi the public jou--: nals. In some measure to supply this la-.-k. to aid in the general difTosion of information, I and to ei-coeraire tlie iniluz of intelligent. economical industry uito a region heretotoi-e . curSdil by recsdess speculation, nrismanase-' ment and untiinft. the pis.aration of this 1 article, and those which may follow, his been undertaken. The location to be described is a portion of ' the valley or lowland region known as the Bottoms," or the Vazoo-Mississtppi Helta." a region lying upon both sides of the Vao : r.ver, and extending from the hills on the east to tlie Mississippi on the west, and from the Tennessee line on the n..irth to V icksbur on the smth. embracing an area of or - 7m:i i square i dles of the finest corn and cotton . iands of the south, it is a level region, broken by no h.ils. A region of majestic forests,, dense canebrakes. broad cotton plan-' rations, and fertile cornfields A land of : bright, still lakes hidden away in the deep i woods, through whose quiet waters innumerable fishes dart and play: of deep, w.udiiur j rivers bearing richly freighted s.t:imers to i tbeir distant mart , of cypress-fringed bayous i where the busy beaver pues his traje. awl the ; wild duck is wont to resort: of wayside tuick-4 ets and lofty tres L-a;ed with tangled meshes ! of wild vines: of groves where thescariet ber- : , ries of the holly gieamuig from among the dark-green spinous leaves, enliven the w -inter ! landscape: where "the red-bird tints the woodland" in eeily spring: where the winters : i are mild, and pen al: where sunnv, smiling "T take the place of the howling winds and blinding snow-wreaths of colder latitnd. "nere me summers are loitg and warm, and the autumns lair and dreainv: where ti r and peaches atta in most luscious perfection, and an endless variety of fruits and riowei-s j may be grown in ai ouadmg profusion. A j land, as yet, half wild, w here deer abound in j the forets, and bears without numliei hide in ; the caned, rakes: where tne howl of tue wo It j and- the scream of the panther are often i beard to break upon the stiiinees of the nis-ht, and where the dwellings of the people, and ; the customs of society partake laig-13- of the I characteristics belonging to sparse! v settled ; regions on the wild frontier. There' may lie -1 seen numberless log-houses with stick and-clay chimney-, miics on miles of Virginia rail ; fence: broad acres of newly opened land wiih ' deadened, Kre-tnackened ti-ees studding thickly the cotton fields : an occasional stretcn of or- 1 durey rtsad: more frequently, winding road- ' . ways cut through the thick forests, avoiding ! 1 depressions and wet places: and again, m:iny miiee together of lieantifuliv smooth, firm ' road, skirling richest fields of corn .nd nt- ! . aial winding along the high, shady banks ot th1 treams. The traveler may see some f'" dwellings,many gin -houses, ci.tl.on shells. cotton presses, negro shanties and tenant houses: many plows and farming utensil, of . peculiar paLWm: ma ly ronie teams and ox teams: a lair supply of horses, priucipuilr for the saddle; cows and young cattle m fair condition uiin the natural pa..tiiraires: some m-: some jroats: an occaai-.aial smod flock of -oar-e woole.1 sheep: a fair stock of domestic fowls: almost everywhere a few hives of Iases; gardrns with the inevitable long collard. " here ar.d there an orchard, thrifty in growth, but neglected all along the riien onerous ' supply of "dugotiW canoe, h .llowe.1 from tbe u-uiiks of trees, an le-i-asnmal skiif, iiat-boat or ro ferry, and at interval, a iteam .sawmill or steam cotton-gin. But he will see here no rocks and hills: no mwrklina cae- , cailes and waterfall.: uo liounug nulla, uo -rns: no broad, smooth grasslands aud lux unant tiel.U of clover: but few fields of wheat and oats: no flocks of merinos and herds of short-horna; no well kept or -hinls and fruit gardens: no iron track and thundering train -, no broken rails and collisions iinsno.v banks! no skating rinlcs: no- ice -houses: no "blis-! no roaring, rattling, dusty threshing- machines: uo m usual reaper, no mover. H. sitcaia to LoAaloau " Mesertv Hemlcrsou Brtrtlierfi, agent, of the Am lior line, annortuoa that their steamers will, 00 and after tlie S'lth Alirtl. ma.nt.iin regular fortmirht aaiiins, bet Ween i .-mil. in and ' York. Tha miiliii. wilMie tltc An to a.I fr,rtM London fr thw EKart, and tl.e hOaiualup Aastriiia" wiii be Uie Pnst aailrn fn,m New York f.M- Ii,,,, ln;tti Uins advert,l Ui mil A.ni Mix Ui be foltow-M t.y th tuuii;lfa -Kiw afld f Angha." Ali of mhh-h have ...i-rmr ami-laU.,, for aii cUvi of lavm-w aud U- a.-il tr.!U "thai e.t,.cjit; n moj.. AI'D CHRONICLE: ItOMANfL KKISMU Ml.tlEK' i torritu itu a vi- Ilia Wife Folloiva klm l Hreoklra n hit hlna Armieal lor Aaai4-"iiaaeaii - a. Ma2alir Tale ar Latr, Herol.m anal Inndeiltr. BisiAivn Ki.'ie. This nion-rirg on intdHynt and diniiied Poruian, about twenty-eight years of age, was cflicially introduced to Justice Selmerby Offi'-er Uuise. The olficer arrested him yesterday, at bis resilience, number Jtte Bouth FoHrth street, E. I., ou a charge of aUan-docment preferred by his wife, at the in-atance of C'hai ities Commissioner Eaher. The name of the accused is rhihp Heniga, and his story is a romantic one. He claims to be a yotrng man of aristocratic coanectious aad to have hved at Baden-Baden before Cuming to rf side in tiii. comitry. His father, he alleges, fa. an army oir.'.vr of liigh rank in the Prussian servi.-e. When quite a youth, Philip married the woman who bow complains asrainst him. and tnere were two children lorn of the union, at a period when he en-tertsl the army to take part in the Franxi-Prussian war. He entered a regiment of buss.-tra, and served with distinction, aa the meilals of mlucn he was the recipient attest. During erne of the great l-auies he was w-ouuded, and wlu'ie sick he found a fond end gentle nnrse in a peasant girl, -who followe'l the regiment as vivandiere. Between thia young woman ancl tha suldies, away from hi-s j Jle and htne, an affectionate intimacy f sprung cp. tie says tiiat he was never at- Uie bed to his wife, and that their marriage waa me result 01 a lamuy intrigue, such as is common in seme parts of the fatherland. She, too. is of good family, and is represented as owning considerable property at Baden riaden. But alter their marriage, her hus-land says she fell hi to habits of dissipation, and when at the baitie-neid, lie states Ud:ugs rmiie to him of Ler hindelity to her marriage rows. In a very 1 ircumstautial narrative of tlus part of his life, to Ollicer Guise, he related how, from the moment he heard this, the current ef his affections set against the w oman, around whom it should hare ceutered, and how, owing to her kindness to him, and her solicitude for his recovery, he came to love the little vivandiere. After Sclan, 1 in common wish other soldiers. PLilm was cen!tted to lav down h.. j arm. and wlien he reached. Baden he ( was accompanied by the girl who hail i followed the victorious fortunes of the regi ment;. 1 uere. ue rviaLes, ue xound awaiting him eontiniiatory proofs of the sad information that reached him when away. His wife's habit of intemperance had gruwa upon her and he cfiirnis that she had become such an adept wine-drinker that she consumed six bottles in au hour. To live with her under these circumstances, be alleges, was impossible, and a greater impossibility still seems to have been to shake off the vivandn re, even if his love for her had dimiuisheil, which does not at ail appear to have been the case. Faithfully she had followed the heroes of the war she followed Fhilip yet more faithfully, aud to the young man. borne down by domestic- miseries, and without means of his own. tbe whilom daughter of the regiment suggested flight. Her voice to him. in the principal emergency, was like that of a siren, although her method of inducing compliance with her en treat v I evinced .hre c( worldly wisdom. She had saved money made during the j time she was vivandiere, and in offering i ....ii. uejseu sue oiiereu mm uer tittle for- I t tune also, teihng him they would have enough j w herewith to reach Auienica and then live 1 happily ever after. To this assurance of his i enslaver, tlie young tuighi barkened, and de- setting his family he fled with her and i ; reached Sew York about four rears am. i Here be found employment, and the vivan- I diere'3 dream of happiness appeared to be re- i a.ised. 'ot so Philip's. He was conscience- i smhtn. and manifested continually an am- htyfor his children that all the arte of the j ! womau he loved is.uld not allay, aad suspense ! concerning them becaras so unbearable that i j be went to fiemiany to riait them about six j 1 months atu. It seems he had arrange.! that i i his mother, w ho was ignorant of the c;rcum- 1 I stance of hi flight should pay some attention ' i to them, and lie found that they bad teen : cared for. P.ut lie adds tuat bis wife had 1 S found another lover with whom the w'as It v. ! ing in the relation of husband, and that he. j j therefore, had no desire to see her. He left I j Baden after a very brief visit.and returned to I j Williamsburg and the vivambcre. When be ; 1 departed, it appears, his wife heftrd of his having been home and become greatly incensed at bis neglect of her. Hitherto she had ' not known were he was, but when she ascer- 1 taiued that he was living somen here near ' Sew York she determined to follow him, and putting her resolution into effect, she arrived here on Monday ia.-t. Hie then visited the German consul and aided by him discovered her husband's whereaiaals. 8h was instructed how to proceed, and represented ou oath to Charities Columissior.er faber, that she was sb.ut to become a charge on this rscunfy. Mr. T.alier then took stejss to effect i the husband's arre-t. When Officer Guise wesit to his house iu ISouth Fourth street last . evening and told him he was sent te take him into custody, the grief of the vivandiere was ! overwiielmicg. Mie ciung to ber lover and refused to let him depart, until tbe sflicer had : to di al sternly with her. Heniga state. I to his honor that he was willing to sapport his chililren, but that he could not consent hi lire with hia w.fe. He was repressntud hv Coun- I sclor FarmeutfT. who requested an aljourn-meut of the ruse, which was grantl, the prisonei Winz held to bonds. rllPKIYJl. Livermore is al-ont to viit the la ;iic cjat. The okes family arrived iu tiie steam-hin Bothnui Yeduesday. SalTini ha? been acting in the imrth of Eiiand with rare sucress. Charlea P.adt' wiYl te one of tbe eoutr:-tiitors totiie beigravia Magazine nuder the new marra-eaitjut. Lotta. tlie ai-trst, ha engaged the Fai mer i-ottage, ou Bellevue avenue, at .New-lrt. h. I., ir the Vin. The na ire of General Vwre B. M!el-lan has l-en mertinnel in ormnectinri with the colrneli v of the fifth .Maryland re-ment. 0 Thorpe, the self -eon virtd whisky thief f iSt. Lotus, w hOM testimony was grearly in-strumentai in semrin MdCee-s f-onvivtion, is reporud to have fled, Mj-k. Harriet Beecher St'we g;ive a pub-tle reading in Jackson vi!.t Fla.. ia.st Friday niiht. for the beneCt of the UmuQ Caare-gational chiuch in that plce. R. H. Hiirn?, the author of Hirmu." and R. S Tc.wnbhend Mayer, the editor to iSt. Janxess Aia--azuie, have nuw deiutied to come to tins country in September. President MW'wh of Princeton ndlere itf gin hia ymm ronrse of lecture in CinWni.ati i"-Tt Monday. His wibjeet will le the "Mtvut I'owen H the Hurinn Mind " Tbe late Jhn Forster s uJJf- of Dean Pwift." it ia miw ili-arsovei-fl. ha- not adaoeed ievond the first volume, which waa pnbli.shet a shcit time a-o, and tbe worS will reniain ineomi'lete. WiJliam ?J. Evarta. ar-eompnied by his thiiii-Iiter and liieia. callet on SeVTrtsrr Tift Uie war department lart Monday. Tha swivtary, at" fit forty years ago. was Mr. Kvarto'a hiatnictor in Yah? college. e-ieeTetary Briatow attended a dinner k. Saturday evening given him hy ex-AUorney- 1 Renerai tfeed. at his residence, near Louis vU!e. A number of the prominent resident-i : of that city, irrespective of party, were j present. Abdul K. tta Ar. the o.W of the en : nticlut in the ttultn ' harei die! in the jmla -e of TipCaimu ou the :id of ilarch Ut, in 1 the one hundi-e.. aud second 3'ear of hi aa. He etdcred into twrvii-c iu (Le iuiifm of Heinu 1IX in Kdwin Booth ill give a teeial perform - aix-e on Shak-.'re's Uitthday, the :Vi ol April, w t locagf., for Ihe benefit of theNtrat-( ford uiemoriu) fund. He will a);iO a-1 in JJ- ti mi ire to the latter part of May t atd the ! Uwiiesof Marylm.d in their fedeh'ration t.f ihe Amerioan c-enteunial. j J. M. 8wne, the ex pnient of Ui MtB-, -.ise-ippi seuatsis vlu ha U-ome gtnvrntr of ! that statu fjr the unexpired term of Aiuen ; wan wjUmigI of a Mj pii reguneut during , Uie war, and in lUa hattleii around it'eUTahar ui liMi,"i oiniHiiajid-l the bugade to whtch hi regiment a atUtA'hed, The judiciary committee of UiaMattna- chviettB enaui has uiuuuimauly repurtoil that Ute bill leL.tl)--ii(; the ruarruige tietweeu Jtwim ' Parton and hUau Willia Eidre4x outifUt nut i to be rejecttd tm aoiXMmt of any doubt a to j .ts m.titiiUtMsaiiiy, and a majority of ihe I same eonmiitXe rMi.inmiemled Urnt it wii x-; pe.ii-nt 10 taw tha bill. Dr. Von B.ilow any: Keerylr.Iv in B-fetou, that ik I meaa, in the be huki, j eirtha, poe about in a aort of a tranee, am it j were. hen I tit Ik t a man about a thing j Uitre, even of buim, he say a ye and yei, i itifchaiuciJlly, and look out of the wmd;w, I twoHe-'t I said t a Urge publisher who was gazing away Uiroo-h the wiodtrw at the other wde of the afreet when I watt taUtiMf. to him, Vuu tiiml have a yrent nunder of ptwu yt title -prat of the country." U hv" said if. Bei ause.' aaid I, 'them are to mail act-om-pljfbi1 drffuier ammig you." Tim MMilptured memorial f J h ai.d t haj-ti K-idi-r 10 Vit.u.tit.r aitey FRIDAY, APRIL li, vur1d by lei Stanley on the 30th of J JIarch. A numler of the leading iwmlen j of the WeMi-yan denomination wer present i and Uttk fart in the cerenionr. Tlie dean delivered i, ..Mn-on the lalr. of the two Wcleya. to which hereof them a, men whom jt was a f.rivileae for the chur -h of England to honor, and he eTpreaaed a hope mat no i"ti,lr of tiiat church would question the cJalm of the founders of Methodism I to a HHniorial m tlie venerable abbey. If death had not interposed, the memorial would j have been uncovered by Lady Augusta pV-n-j ley, who recfnumeu led that the tablet sho ild I be placed in the che neighborhood of Dr. j Isaac AVafrts's monument, j Touching the rumor that the Rev. Wil-j bam Taylor, of the Broadway Taiwrnacle, j has been ealled to tha pastorate of the Yale College church, the Jiew Haven Palladium says: " It is bardjy prolialile that the rumor a true. In the ftrst place the college cannot I think of giving Ir. Taylor the large salary he j nowrecerres, and it is not to be expected that 1 be would feel like aocentiucr tha anm tha nd- 1 j lege could give him in place of his present in- ! ! route. Ia the second phu-e Ir. Tartar has i i recently shown tuat he ia not accord with the latest manifestations of what we may call the more radical CoEgregutkaiisni the Advisory counsel and it is not to lie supimeed that a i college whose president was so prominent a ! member of that council ami whose professors have so ably defended it since its adjourn- ! merit will invite him to occupy its pulpit." . Mr. Disraeli Is credited with this remio iscence: " I reroemlier that I once asked one ! of the most sagacious gentlemen who has ever sat in the houee Mr. Walter, the father of j one of our colleagues uow iu the house ef com- j mons and who had great knowledge of the ! press and of public opinion. I asked him. 1 How do you ascertain what is public opin- ; ion? 4 Well,' said he, 'the way I ascertain pnblic opinion is this: Petitions may tie got : up and meetings may l got up. or the coun- I try may feel a great deal without expressing ; its opinions either by petitions or public ' meetings: but, he saiil,' 'there is an infallible i test, and that is tne post. The way 1 always know what is the reel feeling of the country ia the lettei-ba.' He then had the conduct of one of tii owertul journala which it ia the Ji.-i.ivm now to quote in the huse of com mon. It never waa so wlwm I nrst entered it. lie said; 1 1 receive ai-out 100 letters a ilay. i-erhaf mor?. wht-n there ia anythins: i ptirriD in the country: and I uiMlerstaiul and ! find out what puhhr feeiuijc from the pft-iKig. ir is that which til nie what the fet-i- iiig of tile country ih, and 1 know it before ! lietitioQ or pnblic metinftTH tuey foi.ow it.' " IHIHD-iLA POSTAGE. The Hill aa ic Paaara the .Senate on I vt edueadaj-. 1 The bill, as passed, reads a:i follows: i Be It etiacteH. etc.. th.it rr-ail matrer of the third j class sliali embrace all paiurmlets. oc'-awonal pui- licaticns- reguisr pulaicaLi-.DS devoted pritmin y to ai-tvervi-iiig piiir.oe. br f.-r free ci-i -llation at j nominal sco-.-ription rates, pru-es current, cat,. heues. annuals, liandhiiis. jesters. nnseaW eircu- lars. prospectuses, bound or nut. mna, xk maou- si-rii-ts. proof-oheets. mips. p-"h.'s, engravings, i l-laD-.s ftexii-Ie patterns. sampie..,f mereliajidise. I sample cards, piioirrraplnc papr. letter envel-; ojs. p.tai envelopes ar.d a raiers. cards, plain and ornaments! paper ph.-toi-.ipuir represnatrt-! Hens, see.is cuttings, IrfUos. nols. s.'iotis and aU tner articles not aoove tne a-eigtit presented by law. which are Dot :mm tlit-ir form or nature liable to destivy. defase or oilier., ise iit.-i;re ihe contents of the mail bags, or the T-crsonor anv one tiffaed in the postal iLerviee. Ail ii-imds. poisons ansas. evr.losie materials and tJaienc bvoks urpain-rs shah be excluded from the n-aiSs. 2. H.at paefc.-.ires r.f matter of th tbir.1 cla.-s hal! not en-eed four pernio in weight, and sliail be suhiei to examination and the rates of postage hereinafter provi ied. The postage on mail matter of the third class shall tie at the f..i- lowing rate: For ail distances, one tent t'or each -cunce or fractional part tliereof. Kvery jiackae ' i-f the tiiird class of mail matter siiaii bear tne pc.si-n ark of tlieoe'ce at a'hich tlie same saail be maibr! for fraop.rtarton. i H. That postaires on third-class matter shall he prepaid Ity statiips. If. however, the postage on . tlin-il class matter ma lei at an office sl-.all be less than the full amounts alKive prescrilei fn eases weere the sender is known, such sender shall be notified of the fait, act the amount of postage due shall be coMts 'ed frr.m s.icii sen ler Injure uie snme sl.ail le tran-snert,. j bv mail. In case the sender is not taovvn. and it lias not been the evident intention of ti.e party so deiKw.itHiirlhe na-.-k-ape to pia.-e iess than the fc.il posisife theV"!i. sucb pa-kae shall 1 fonvanie.! ami rton'.le tn amount of tiie deiii"ril postage shall lie c.iiecte.l from thep.-ty to uhoin it is a ddressed or ueh-.ar-ed at ius prorr desiination. 4. That The s.--nir of sue article of the Mn.-f c'aiwofmail matter may wrn h;s or h-r nam. on the outside tuercr." with tl.e wori -from ailve or precediui the same, or may w.-ite brie tv or print .-n any paeiiaire tie nimiir ani nam-. .if tl.e aniel.s nn.i.s-e,i. publishers of i.eos.pai.r-and rH-nodM-al? mat print en the vrmieis of itea.fapersor muaiiies s-Lt from 111. oC--e of puliu'-ati.-n to reiir, ar s::'i.-i-ii.-n. tiie time ti abichsnelt suiwe. ipOon tii-refor has been pa-'-'. That trai.s.t-at aew-)a;MTs and nia-ray.i -ie. sl.all 1 aonutted 10 and transmitted 111 the m.nis at the rate of one ceiu f,,r t-.e tiiree ounces ,.r iracii..na! part there.., ant! oiie cent for ea--tt two a(ldci..iisl onnees fru-stHvial part tes.f. u That this an shall fine ei'e-ct ou aa.i aiu-r the first uay of Juiv. l.liti. WAMiix.ro AorKs. Th testimony of .Special Treasury Agent Marine is-tore tlie ho-tse J.l.ii- iarv comuuLtee .vesterCay, was tlie nrst i-ii. on; to inil-licale ex-l.overni.r Siiep-lier.i Ul the safe M!;ri i-y case. Tlie jury in toe case of W. H. tutman imjilicalcl in Ih. treasury n.blierv. hv. .iisarci fl lie vss .:i-M-hi.rae,t It j. tiliOei-slouH Itial ti.ey stood n-.e i.tt ciu n.ou au-1 se tti tur ac inii J he house Mmu itt ? on appr op-ia: ;on.s on . nursoay auincnse ar.o .r.si n.-tetj it. cli. tKaaiiuil- to STitaoi.iHe tl. i.-iuio.-, .-.m.-,.. irm-m otll against all o; aer business, iu the i..ei-e ,n tile eetni:i: nail day scions. T'.e conmnitee imli-cale a ileiemnnatii n to pursue t,,i same p.,!e-v wnh regard to the other ai-pr-.priauca WU. to K.i- The lighthou ls.ar-1 gives notice tiiat .-t and affer ti.e ..yH-iniii? of na. i.-nt'on a l?-r ill lie ?!.on-n from lilt-.l-ose 01. thin v n;:i. ;.oi-t. base Ontario, about ttnrty n.iies east ol ti,e inootii t Niagara river. The In-nt wul show a b.-iiiiant, wlolet1ashattiiior.ais.it one uiiicile and ttiirt se.-on.is: also, trom tue ieio-ii near tlie orss,iii i cml ol the uesl pier at tne nioiiui of Asatabnia 1 nver. Ol.si. in i'tm-e of the ol-t lai-on on the e 1st I pier, alwm.innei.l. Tile lihi will be a K.si -..'ute. , vai a u hi ahiie tlaslies e.ei y two ni.tuues. .Mr:ui. Minn, r.arney IVOIiaiiw is reiKirted at the -point ' of rittu fn.iii pneu!i:oin,t, j A genlk-uian from Uoliv.ir county. Miss. remi ts tiiat ihe lt-vf hrok ou Mou.iav" uiht ;a . from of in. etc Iiidjn? la.tdi.is aud th-re a-i a crfvasf-e io yai-K it aj! wahmff ai bmh end- Tuis will ov-ilV.- tne ciiriTy Ik-tw-fn lk iWli-varand the n.er. : I'-iciiiup t.tttli'h iiit, t,tr v, ij-liaiuH tou cuuniry and rlit-uj j-r nd uf W;iil(. irgton omi r. Vi turn tte eutleiuan Mr viTg&se ' axpi teu at Ttopia. In the suit of Taylor against Gould .and , othr. known a the " iiias-k t ndav ca.,e. ' ju.i rsarr.-tt iu the suprpme court circuit, T!ur-ijiv : morui r ir. gianteMl ;he nHtion of def-ii-iant -.mn el lo dinif- the eiaim oa the irrfmnd of not suiti-eient evidence of comru-i. and UlaI the tran-ae tion aasin H)atiou of tlie sui'utf.ff frauds. Afi 1 aHoHauceuf ( o per cent. w, raiifrnt todcrend-t ants counsfcl. A ta aaa ranted to prepare tor , apixcaL Advices from Samoa report that the ha-lives have be-one dw-satistied un a. cui:t of ii demands for funds made hy St etnt terror for htm : self ami certain nieni-an reiainrrs. Xiar M .li-v toa r-uc-tcd Mr. Foster. I niit?d States c;uau(. (y j .-r.fT. to rid him of Sfeiiihe-rjr'-.-r. h :tue ktiii iiav-ina: come lo the conclusion t;a Si-iniKT.-r a n 1 fraud, ttjoier applied to Captain Stevens, of tite j Briush hhipoftvar liarracouta, and a meetinsrwas ' heid. at which the king denounced Meiuherr a a har atid iniHblor. aii-1 dv-t-himi that he was re-uponnhie Ur Uie tronhle bettveen the ?ovrnTont : ' of t-air.oa and foreign ivprentatixeft. St "inner- . iT .iit ti-e-n h't-ii iu ci-uiiiu nmiit on l4U'ti uiu llamin-onia. whcs he reiiuum-d at lii. adv,cra. ' frreat crow.is a.sniUle.l uenr A. T. 8t'-sr- art "s tate reit'eife Thtin lay niornjpg to w?tne- ' liiefiiiieiaj. Lie px'-""... iliirteo fp.w the teo iae ai a'o.it 1 1 -:U) a m. Tie p.l-tteamrb arr.vei u thf hoi.--e a:iil V :',Q. ami cn.t-iti of Oov.-niw i Tuien. f-tovemf.r Prv"n Hftr "-Hirer. R M ' i ielpK. iaf-itt-it b. SO-wart. rram nC uriiart. Jnt-.e ( - l-avt. Jijps- lAtty. tit ifoverrMr ot Mav-4. li iaasi, ( .fivci nor l'-ii. Jaii"" Leui.ox. t 'narics H. U i. h-U M-ph-n Mar. tlh.ini Li!'l'. Jn i-re ravi,. ) 4tHi .lau-..h V.-. n.ii-e. The ho-fr Ur m state ad il c iiitt"itio ami aas .-"t-d bv fnhv 4.j. e-!. Hcle.!., r.-rt-i- a;!.-, me Uev. It" fc.f.-i.h-n ti, T ti -ri-ii.f a tariff funera.1 v-rvc e at the (muse bc:.-rs t ti'e kiy was hn-i. A'ler this aervii-e tint m-p toy eft wr- aHoweti :o enter ati.i laiie a ht. ba.4 , i ee-.-t-iisett. 'cipvDn Mil hour aa-l a haU. ' The- t-wtt-u a- lln litie-.J ant the or iirtrit-ett di.wn Fiftii avfinif to Tntf sj i-w-t a!, 1 arro.it tu lacer t::or..i7huire t. Uie j-in.rvn. 1 cortcjre nimi'ere'-i !wi luiii.'rett .-nri'ia je. and r teHdd a tot -jc Jistattce. 'lur p!'ef.ar.'. um at tu- ; church had b-n couiiuenced a.rfy itthe mftrrhn.' . and tiwjal Ui bates Uie1e r trut iiianiii-i!ent. 1 attKH-!, MOTI.4. The plague in incmtMiig at IiugUi. ; Friday and Momlay next will be complete ( , ho)t'his iit Lini'.I"i, aiii i-ndir. S..tm.iHV an I Monday te ahtlai'lv ohs'ivti 1,1 I.U!Tm..I. ' I jiloidere V t o., nierrhiint-iof biverp.I, ' Havre. aiMl Jui-mel. Hacti hvr wrH-ii1ft l.i ;' hill I H K! oow. It i heheved luiiy covered hy ( ai-aatrrta. i ne . Chrmide shv that Turkj' ir, ,.rfp..sjti..t i.r in -twwwtiiv.il iin ith s-Hitts .if tiir -t.ti.-f change tlieir b.ad for laud iu Kira m . V Int E -Jray, t-he New "ork former, i. i 'ii.ii-ii,'i ;h Hnd ttnet poh-e -tmi ! te--i!-ss v-,. -i:nn on Thurwar Te dr.j. n o r Fh -a n who apprehena-1 hon tn t mie b v i, tin iviie". iiiii m Ne n (- -I ai.- .- t, .ray r.-uiai.W tuMv ' -i :c. . ji ui' arri..il f Hu A.urm-ao oih.x-r -dioaav t.-re. u r, dii.ii. . alter odi -iAlly commamr it 1 1 it. ..;, -, 'urtscf ti. tlie ui'irt-ut ciiicta i .ittr ,.e:i r'tU.l. ifauiirsi iit. ,',i4,n-t.er s.rt'.'---ji!Y i-ii mr.hniiii-.t KMavomc advtc.-t i ' nswmWed fhicf ppointeil hint T--ntmivcof i be retHiin. 'I--e 'cnn.t-)i.-e of the ivb'le, in iMir , Ui.' a atnal.tiiditi the r.-fnai ,rf tt.ra (iii: to ptHiiule toe UuiAieaiUcr ft ti - M i r-i- a. t . -t, 1.. ( I . J-. i 3 rWd ' tg and Mdler, of Dutid. a ho teteMt'ttt to Amrh-a t- un f. i rs thene mdr-ad. have uh. et oit. in wtii.-n. aUt-r rnviewmc tne n- pr -ett ituiitH Uti --etidttion ( Kiw t ' ' ia the e-wsiiti.-tl -o;i.It'lut)- uf jrn: truiltM are : Vtr-tt la elTe,- anatTte.tn.-ni hv lit ratoaa "-"H-oiid The resd .r utt.tt f ' tin Cs-smptiJ-aOi'v imre.-it ffaxe t -n au i tie moiuiot n i t'eueiMton f,,r a ua-rttw rhsaunt debt i -joi.itsi- t e rom f !i.-" tu I a., t Of i t I' -i paiiiij: off Hit Hin(ii.j M.t j the hue. there- comd. aith :iu -mi t an .tufuMt a t- U If.-.-.r i-a1 ' -1t to eat n oittM! on u.U v" . -t, Va tMMt tht Ue--.rY tsf f . fV e nd ii yvi,.-. i on n,i&re- la .-.obito San , la ih totver. oi the di'ifcuit. -I th. v aa t. ab i ra atd i e i tun t-aMn the f Itte "loti,lu.i '-'Perat'.iu of at' neoeaaMiy fr ai; luiiruaUt. T'my tl t plan, and it i- ' i.ia altai'-li't( i "t Uteir pis ty i -A. rV not l-r amii'ldln mt f,nv-tid d.Mct- i.o roaU 1876. Baaral of fiMlf narki. a t r.,.., i - i-.- I - . f. !U?-m' ' Jf"' J,- 1 Tnt- t Ahaeniiv.. r,., . Can. Pleriw.nt hi tlie chair M;nute of last luexmg approved as published in book of proceedings. Petition of Jones at Bagrne to remove a wooden building on Exchange sueet. O ranted. rj.vs.x Tt BnwirT. Pi- Cc.ru. Pierpont Resolved. That the OW1.- draw orders on the City Treasurer for ia'"'1 k"3 aaii appropriate fund. Ad i .ted. buperin?ei)j'?its par roT! fi fl1 IjCHMX & 'reerin. rermir no trawhi :S"i .V Craig & Crr ui-ii, luaaber for bri-iew, on a-'ronut. , VTm. Wei h, for drawuii deeis tor. I -Dion ret wuieaiing.. H. Thtitnp&Ai, serrioes m (UMfimwoDer fivui Aitril 1. l7.i. to Anl 1, IcQS J. E. iienKint. aervineii m ComtnLv : oner from March JJs I?7r.to March 1 00 ! Ap1 fiiarL'f Hiehway Fun4. ;Eatat of M. Ctwpm, lau-i taken fir i idemas Jaci..Hi a!ir . Vt - j At J charge JiM.li5ua a'uey widetain,; fun-i. KEFE&RED. ( Ei'J of J. D. Perkina referred to C -iin.Brigja. ESTIWATSS. -sMmate of XV aa. Wehh f,- Ford stre an 1 j I.TeII .-trtM: mala-.. Unferrwl to Can. Cram, j and for GiW-s street waik to Cora. TaompoD ! By Crnn. Cram Resfive-i, That the Clert ( draw an onir on tbe City Treasurer fur I ia favor of Ireorsr C. Robina-m. for Wfrk done ; . and material funiish d for piank walk in front 1 , Eoi tnuinnaroa kman tre&,and the Treau-er i hereby directed toaicup. th-s ?aire atid charge Oijuuaa suet plank aik (uiad. Al"it4. By Porn. Tbonij.n roive-1 . That the u'-riBttndent be ur,trtk-te t to remore aJ ob-utriKiion-i in TjJrr wret. Ai rL By Cora. Craiu Relive-, Tuat the S;tper- ; inteadrut be itnicted to remrTe obetnictiotaa j and eaten ms-hinmi from te a!l-y known aa Lorinier piacss, running aorih from Ixiruiier St. v-pie.i. Resolved. That the Surveyor 1 m-trai to pve tht line of llao.i.m street as exten-le-i, and the superintendent, as ao-iu thereafter as poewide, be lustrucsed to notify parties inter-este.1 to remove obsTm-tinni. A-iopted. By Com. e-viiJe Eev.ive.1, That the Citv Treasurer be, and i here' 7 su'hori;-.el w make the city's note fur in ai-cordance with pruritic! of the c ty ci srter. t met award nnde m opeuaig ani exteuimg stre'tf. Adoiitei. AsS SXEXT HT.LL4. The following cama-1 a;ssruer.t r jlis were confirnMsi : f.aiusha street plank walk. ISt. Joseph street grading. Jay street lias; waik. FTd street repairs. I.yell avenue waik. Lre! ard street waik. Ad,i'juriied. Tangij J. 'Xii-.-n.Lr:, CrTi. FINAM'IAL A1) C'OMEKCIAL K OC II ETER 7I ARRETS Thnrada;. 1 Eerlaed daily for the DtHiiOcrat ani Chroaicla. ! EAILROAP Fnnf,H-n-'jr Wc 9 barrel to York. 5t to Boston an Xlc to a!3aar. ' MILL r'aD-ioted at 51 ton for shorts. Sl9 ! ? tea for ahirtuflL'? and J f tn f. r m:i.ilinr?. ! t "ckX MEAL Rioted at $1,75 V c t. f jt bolted arp $1.."4 f cvrt. forurbolced. ' rLOi'R .uoted at $7,00 a b"I fwhr-ie-ialei for :-Ppriiig. $7.'" for amber Winter. $7 77. for white I inter and . 00 for double extra. Urz Fujis ' quoted at ."..'r3. i OR.VIX War at Pulin? arrt qa.-ationg paiS by bttj-ers: 1513." 1? bash for ahite Sichira j and V.'kks. 1051 4Jc bush f .r tlie best White f1 and 129&!30c V buh for Red-cnoicst ffrades ! only coiaroandin-? out-iJe rates. Choice- old wldte wheat quoted from n."c higher than the aoor ! quotations Cot"c quoted at 55('70c ft Ts. ac-cordiiig to quality. Oats quoted at 3S0e -j bush. a'Tf.rdma: to quality. Bve qtiotei at Tt- l-3erf GO S-a. Eaji.-f.t quoted at :'T,'jfa f raix- J rowed State and G-Qc for txro-rowe-J Siate. VEAL CALVEgU-tkoted a! 9-. BE:F V-ioted at 7;' fur f're-qiartr5. 9-- : loc for bind -qua iters and TS'.-bv t!e carcass. LIifSliD liOtiS Q iot-d at &Z'0c fr ' and Iig.it the outside price for prime liht. ( FAY AND fcTRAW-Markt-t firmer. We quote rilir? price?: liar, $10-'. Iti ton for timothy, -BaJed Hay, Wluoc V li.") f-8. Straw. $-J-i$10 torn, according to quality and coid;ti.n. -s feTi'lF-TTT PRHK OF f J.'illii: oi'a"tal:0(.s pa lYiatr-H V tt.ifb. aeccr "STRY VR.Dl."CK. ETC. tiy .iars: lie Uj vanety . v'l'T- -.V- A).la-taa f tHi.sij. a'e-'rdir'-? t' ..to anhtv jkhrtiia-n: ur-ii .1JOO-S '.-ill.' rans fwiiiiiii f tjiish do Marrows t tuh do White Kidneva hitti-. . l:niTfr p 2- tite o'irsitif yravU.rc-'liu reh ViTfrs f' iji'a Mapie Snar . i.t-se v. Ijote-v!) 9 t C'! u k4'iib .iri-iM!' 2', Turkey -firt -wtvi! Jt. t al.lmt''" V d:eit, arr ri?:l(r t st' 4 'Eli '11 ,Mu--n, a-or Ji'iaT Tt. vanry 1 urnips y huu. aitrwramj, to v jndv I "i--i I'hf-rrie1 t 2 .". I 1 plujll-i tt- , I Tied prah- V ft... iTierJ a'(l!r-ti U . H'rk-.rr ni:ts V i'iir-h ... !')-. llf)c Ii'K. Uoe '. i-T'oTsc ll-..i:ic . P-'S 14c . l.-.-r- l"e . lTPH-. ti' 1'TOc . -..-.j,v 14- l.V- ITc i oji-coru - liiiiu. rvi.--,:-o.c ; to variety NT'-.. K riTTTTn. LWX. FTC. -P-taH mi'.taions-B.:iier 7' .... 4 V 4 netw .. ... t-?m dozen . l.--.- ;CV Urd V ? p;., F;rT.?tl.r-R.ta: q-tot.-sitiona-Rani f quart . . 8 " 10c 'ahtvieea. h!t:i" l-i J .tr.o- pt-k.lf f I ,'iiH-cs e p-:k -jo it jui. ui' - jn. in i ,-c rnjiaa v ? VKL AM) baUSji-Street quotation- vo!a, Kai.N I ire r-e V ;"- lToc T.-..ri Rti; rsir, i'-m i naw to e mih :u. -We W uoi ai.ue. -. ir j,17 v thl-'.l'Sj (Juoteii as ft.lioH-s- ,,, . . WTirt.r-.AT,-t. RTfT. ( lr.rr p hTish -$:.ui. i p Tin!othr f h'ifh ":.'" trctuiru irnit- Vhush.. rj.T't S fid Uc'd p I' avk 0 00 Z.o0 Pf.T. STOCK AM TIOSEY .Tt lKKETS Foilo-n-ii. are change in the stocks named -.made, Vp fruii. Uie lsttst Hoard) smca Aprii i.': aavajscTD, jVlaware R.tdn. W fni-fij,-, Ap.w !.: Adanir r.presH. Bui lit-.n .j. u uncy. u 1'aUaUi a . oatxneaa. rvvnTi,?aie..H-..al.... i ia. i North st pre. H at,.... j. . ir.p..ul. AU!1.. Pacjne fcail icw J aeT ( vrtrMt .i W- ''K Far-40 To. (M. X Hiviz Isiand.. - -M-!.a,ttt. I'aul v Sid. 0i Kt. l aul pref ..1 - Ton W ayne .i, t hicaaf.-",v Alton pre ! tdiio a. Mtsis-.inpL.. IVL. Lac. t West.... In.hana etitrai Han. ,SSt. Joeoh. ... t I i.:el S'j'-i Kx ..1 N V. t A H. Ii. coa -r-ne .1-4 Michipfln Cnti-al....-4 Vii'f.ii Pa'-ific is Wichtran P-..titierB. .'4 ( ire v pitm 4 t. hi. A Nortttwest. .. 1- noetary Ss Voax, April i:t p. M. Money ch evt at ?,(r3' cent. Prim mercantile paper quoted at 5-so f cent, Sterting Arm at 4SG for aixiy-days and 4fft'i for si-t.t. Ghld opened at 11:: and closed at li:P-j. Clearing froin the toJd luu hanire Bank $'li,. S OoO. Treanry dia-buravmenu $4;t.OOO. CuMomfl rece!pts $;aH.OOO. OovemimMiTs steaa.r. (ate bonds quiet and nominal. Kaiiroad tmnds dull hutsteaiy, lSrct!. opened iniet and sbsepiently he'ane rirmer. httt after the tijst lioard tbe market wnt much depreaa-d.-Tlie jpreat eat 'b'cli;;e a in Miclnzan Central, which drjpjd fri'tii oK to I'uring the list hr ol busiiieNt the market vra- ateady and actbe with a recovery f $ V cent. Rock lUnd. l uion Pacific and l'arfic Mail -ksed at the Im-rent point of tlie day. T-wnsai-tiTOs40.0-KUiare. with the principal dealing in Frie. MifhiR-an 4 entrai. I-Uce Sit-r'. ) a'iim- Jliiii, m. i'aui. Noi Uirte- iern. fiU' aud Wf-teru Liin'U. (.,vn;N'MKyiN. r s.ft-of si p-ii..!-n i s .vra .-. ,.f -or t . K. i of M .1.11 IT. '-4 V 5- .0 C. of "tilH ir-t , S. . ".'O Coupon- yaa-r 1. 1 1 N f H". ob. n-vj 10-W reu... .11.., ll!i .1 -U -ns S lill (-,,.i, irreney Mxes ct 0V ,lK-. - I!9 Ii Ail W Y SPl'K-1 11. TTud-oi . 1 ! "-U5 i In. x N.rthre- . 40 itiT.n t lo A -..'th n prt- t )-V . 4 Ol. , ( T N'w JerveT t ent l i.li.laie-1 I. . a! unitieeloii't :lo V est n I mon f.-l . -', i P. Teleaiaj.il I.H-lH-kstt. r . . . . '7 .MH. S-l!.o.r pref . -.-ei. IM.-iHi- Mai: ira-, N V. ( . ,v II U. ,-.11 Krie it; . hi, .;(MkltiaaLlU4S Mil. A r Paul :nw. Mi! P Tt4 , W W . pre: i".rt '.Vrt-ne ... Ait-.n A T H one . it. T H, peef . i nicsifo Alton , . ( hi. a AitnQ pref LO-4 - Pi .lot lif Krie ir.-fene.l telll bin fi.M-h- pr-t'- Vii'hufrui ei 'hio A Mi--ts.ppI P.. 1 1 4 t'.tuanui 1'. ', "i I UK-M P.n-ifi.- . . fi .: 1. .to- stu.-A M S. H;m. ia. i ,Mi! :-d oh t teieiuutl A ''it's. tvV : -t'Tia f,V linh.iUf. ( emrai.. - iiorl in a V'"'''V 1 1' llan A M. Jo-t-pU. 1. 1 Tti: nii.s i-a tfv . . 4 U!fcrtll(fl K ... , , '-0!'.-Ul 'S N'rt!t ( .imhuo ... ( r,'1 h t . HI iDfMT hhUi t rtitujii N. letii.'-K-t Vieshi'n Ss . .. New V irMuj. Mi'i;ri --t. J 1 ... i ot'Ut-iiifl ii I .:tu'.-iia -h -ii I' ( 1 ( '.! a! Ptv-ifie 1i' nili ua ut-w 4-1 it I1.I: I Hil l l.nnia mtso.tc r uud . l 8T' H KS in Mi-o-'t I niHii I O.lt-it St tils--, ..... o4U I- X I -i : f .l!.t p. tr.. -Pa TN . W 1 OK K IUH IVra. "KirwY -", April 1J fl P. at. . '( ITt A - "lartiet rnit-i .pmd bttt atvady ; WH3i J.o ti tfrnlf. at I.'. .i' 'if suniinv uiiiaml H.oi K AMiMKAL-r-tAM -receipt a n. r4 hWa, ; Market tor State and W eat em rtnttr ntla auchaajr- ' e.1 Snlet l i ,a tiarrH at, the fuH.Owiitif pin--s: ' td-"lH - 00 for srttpernae e-let u au'l HiAte. S-,Ot j 4-o,'Ui t..r cnimtmii to c-viMt :iia Vi -iiorn and ' Siale. J-.'-" ' '' tor tffnl to chunt W estern and : Huiie. ..,7ri..t T.ia for c .tio.-.n to ehuive wUitf I -nh -it W ctwn extra. -7.tVM,; 7 On late'V f.VOO f t Oil Ir oouttif-B o aT-"i ext a th. . i.;V-. : oti '. for fsfsiMiiioa lo finv extm -t l -Mtia. -p.,.'ti- ? k ; t.r i-nni to pi mie patent .MtiiUfwMa extra a-ut '. .4" l a'-O tort hone to hmtiie--tra market rba-.fit? t-ai'b . Hvs F m --market mlea firm: ( awiss. at 4.:itt-BtA','- t's Statti. market ruin j s.u-ad . mo- tt $: ir W eat era. Jertev t an.i t i (m. t. f,ita and .. kt "t ;: f,.r brwiidv wtue. j .fJ M hkat iweipf '.tOOo IiunIi: maikft , nd- tttea- v th a utod.-raie lnmAal; satea 1 Nt, o 0 Utt-h al i bc for utita-irstii !onn H' ttr j ". ami J -prn.( ftux,f. ; Ih- fur So. ;i t til to;" B -l'"- ti( aihxat 11 tV ftr No. J Miiaatt-f LfH .(. l 7t- tt-r Milwaitken Mi !.ov. i I -itJc r.r Av 1 M.ljntkee iu tvr an.t art-ial, j H ji. I 'f !t hile Mi-tiirsii a,ut p.s, I par N.i vt hi o i:t ma.-i.el fatrS a.Hcre and j fiiin: ant 14 OVotto.b -.irrn at -mi.- m at ore. ! I'.-.ht m - inai-kft riiiri ipurt ; al A tkaj nun t t v.li r i niMi. -Uid at lolc. liiii.t.T Mali - .iat kH Ml'Mill till, 11 tirjvtH.'s. Ml! .tn ll-l, tav- ut-j itl' a lU-iHi. t re.-Hr.ui ti,0oa bU'.H' mart; ft nil- a ?--r -t . rh ar; i ter R-rj-arc -Xa to ar:-;-.et a i -in 1 ttr wj- grnur rt,ix-sfj. 7i4' i'r t--. A-rv-y, 7! '. f-iT n y-i'.'-tr Jv'ti re-ra tm tti-? d--) a I 7-,-.-r for old wrn a !. ovr- s-t T0(; rMh: mrkt n:! f-rn; 4.".!, tytti'ar 4-t4rw- for ixH VeTrn and tmn 4 --.Vie f-r white V.t-m n l rirat; ttv-'udsa? rr jet-fad at 44 and mixed T-U-do fifV -at nt 4,v. I AY Mitrket firm at 7-v - l-.r !iiprir.r. j;- -iv ia:aet r-iW f-m 1 !-? jfv f ,r fa.tfTt r-(l V.'eferB. I'.V 18t- for JS. rK awl l " frtr r.iiif.'.rfna, OttKH yHfy:- -rvTJr -.t---Ir rdt n,tf ard firm; : ' W 3.1-' i a yu If-t' a? if-'-i '- ffoi-i. ; -mark. Unit with a fa?rtVmani fair to joo -i rvri-iHj q-toj-ti at 75-it 6 yu.t -i"--i'-i&s-i:rt f'eauy itba rr a'e i-TraTid ar 4-".V-f ff.r Porf RW, 'tf v , f.r Ki.jh Lsiaiul and 4-'? for hrr jriean-. E,cr ' nn haifed witii a n)ierar- 't-n--o-l; isaie-a at fr .ar-Ii. it)4c tur XasViiauuLa ami t4jJ-': r"r KsnEirtn T XI. LOW tt Sf. rv.r. I'KTIsJ -LKI'Sr -Market rui dull ar.d Banruai; tatH cnti- ar u ar.d n-nd a U-. i u-3 qiKrff-iiai arth iKtrafnai i'iiOV'lMlON- I1' issarjf rnh- hf-ar; aiv-i rtw n!-sft at f "Z Hr r.w uirt-t q-.Mst &t $14;.".0 for hvr. m--a ani !:."' f.r eilra m-. Bzrp mardet dull, l-mct Hrnr market quiet. CiT V rt:-w market tfiiu-t, l-i.iw mar-la-H qniet at I 'JV tOT Wwera Uc?-ctfr aud lzc ff-r city i-ma-ciw-ar. I.Aai ma.ia.--4 mi- e,--.r( sal. prime st-ajn at $J Ti.Tn l,i.. The lart-r pH for rfai;c. Ktte market ie.lv; aa-- eon-n-on to prim oki WftKn at 17 --i.e. coTano to prime oid Slate ar '-iO'-'f-vr and n- at 'J!7 cs (-. Ch:kk marWt TCiw-t and ntviian : sa!-a t-cm-nxm to prme at 0 r;ie. F.v-muricet 'vir ami nrx-tia' fd at I '-'" iur for biate aua l-tMnmyivav bia anrt lt I-' f--r e-ru, V. H'SK- N-ri;-t nlH fi Trier at 11 7r. LP M HKR Wartr-t beavr; aa!f H'mr 4 vrm and RiO ..rantie i'afirf. tale aid bvr wijtir. at '.W. slsfyrnia do at Zift-iMi axd Cvii- nion do at -Itfi-iV. WtrfL ;-kt hnrr: dfl?neitje tVe ftof--1 at ?-"jfir r. ; i. pii it-i at -4 fr i, ir a-dirtd ai 1 iii-KMr, and Ttr-xae ai lejc. f,FFRU, ifRKm I C ln Innatl, April 13 Wf!SKT -market rahi ateaiv anli a trou riemand at lithr.. 4 ieveland, Apri; 1.J Pfel 'RfjiaKUM market : mies ready; standard waiia quoted at IV mo anil Ohio teat at V!c cash for car lot Albany, April 1 P. 3?. Whtat -marr-t neKies--.et. Rte jtijted at f-'!i rhe tr-x - tons market ateaoy and jmewha a-liTe. J th : titwrtet siiea-ty; aalt-tj :.0U0 o.;-u No. - nux--i j iate at Haki s y makt eay; stale one oar tari-aed state at te'J Malt mari-et aui, nnwiikPfs, April i: P. M. FTrrt mar-; kt-t 'ihiH and ua.hiiar--1. WaeiT-iiiarttyt flrtn: I sales No. 1 X'jwati : ax 115x No. 1 Mii.rsui- ; k-e at V24r, No. a "u'ltt's;:k-e ;,t; 104 . Vsr ; jei!er Slay. Vc seher J.ne aad No. o iii-Tant;ee . at VT!'4C Cobs niarket nominai'y Mtea-1; ie j I 'o. 2 n,;xKi at 4--"' sjijp. OaTs fim. ii.'-t rule f . ;n ; j acd higher; iai o. ffrrsh ai caei and 34 j fa-fri'w -iiT "May. BRT.r' mat-.-et eTrTian1 ; j ntf-M hisfiter: aie- No. Horlr-z irh at f.V- -a-'i, i ic ter April a.id No. 3 tr.;if ateauy at .Vic. I itrr- niart:-! n;lH hna; .na!-- V'a 1 ar Ti'j. Ka- ci.pt !i,;00 hhh flour aad la.VjH hush whett. '. ksii'Hr.s-s 2.W0 o.i rfmr and 4il)0G haa wha. ' Toledo, AnriJ i;s P.5f. Viv n mnrtzf rn . I pTr-ar. ui at mark ntle Arm an i tvfiv: I Side No. 3 v 'lite H auash at l:j"Ca So. 1 aaite M -; ciuicaa at No. C iri.iTe iifhi-rjm :v t!.V, t extra a b;te Slichnrsn at i:Hi-ie, amb-r Mtr-hian ; ' held at l iVH,c. No, a aatnher tUiclaiarHH at 10c No. ( red t'intr at 11 ic ant reject l re-1 at ss. -tus i -tuarkeT.! .iir nrrn with a fair ileinnfi; -.'- hih- -j mixed U rAi. kw -mixed at rkr, kw -tniKt K m-i aa- at ,c. no jrrade at .Vr- and dajnaed at j ii'ki. .TH-niarkHt awady; sain No. at -IV; f Mu-ttipaa at mbm -p Uatea, 40 ifwsiPTS :n0 - ' Lb;s rlwur. (UX) hn-h wheat. i.U00 buh corn and f l.OC fcii'h oaT8. Hh-tpvent.-s la fo hh wheat, 1 ? 2(4.C0u tuh corn and ;i.!.0 bu-tn oats. M. Losin, April lit 6 P. X. Vrx-rw mit qret aort unci-anffed: sales sie-ran rail at i-S.T-i ,4.0ft. extra raL at i.'M,7."i. dosio-Tt ra Tail a: H-"rgt)jr and tr"hie-exira Fall a' 1 heat-marke r.ile'nrr7er: :sai No. 2 red lail I sr 1471 aid i:i7isjt bid ftJr No. 3 rni Fall, coa-v ' lva'a-; r.iies a"ti.-e. finn an-1 iugtit-r; aaie. No. 2 I ft 47' 4-jc. Oi heid i.i.ier; mariif-t firnier. - oc aK-d f-r N-. 'L hK marttt otii? a;id no-! chat (fed. f.ARi.KT mai'&et imet ml iwhi?.i i w"3J"slt 001 o ;ot-d. Krj e;p 3.,30 bvi Sor, , t.obC hi..! ab-at. til, 000 bjsh com. I J.ij.') h-ih oats, l.fto 1. nxt ,arley. i.f 00 buh ne, l.ou0 uead horsand I.l-jO heal caiiifs. Oata eo, Apn.' 1:-6 P 31 FiyH-a martr-f r-,,lea ; -Btea'O'; fi-a J-ffc.-1) bam-; a; . ,ih for N-.. 1 ; f'priiig-, $7." ." f-:- aiabr-r tViuir. $7, f.r -a; lire I iTitra?:d ?h.oo fi.r douVwe extra. Waa-Mar. tet pft; No 1 Jjiwauit citih fuov-,i at l-'.7 o. I mhjte krhlaa at 14-ie and extra wnite 3b-; ct:?an at I.Vic. C ..a mariaet duli. eS'-ld nifi-d W extern at o:. i.ajTT.frr -market rule oilier 1 : lXco ttt-h! No I fan.-viaat I0:. Vis Jlw ? ouof-d -. f ton f r oolte-i an I Si 'j ton f --t un-f '3t-d. Jinj. Fst-Lv-n .lowed at $17 "w r.oa f(-r aliorts, ; I fl ton t'-r sii:p."tTi!Ts and 1f tn for nirfjcUmi:. P.A-!ijt'.3 Fist-saT Floor to it-eton I roc, to New ork 40e and to Albany 00c. Lllkm , 1 t.Fi tipTft- iioiie re:..n.evi. RnfTalo, Apr;, l;; 6 P. 31. KT.or-a market 1 ru; .i!:-T -'-it -a.-!v; at o -r. t.t.ihi f,,r ,( ! ground Kp.if.-f. $i.7.j,7.SC for Rak-M". $7 517 7- j for An. oi-.-. 57.-aa.i' for W-tute and t- tFiO.i t f-r new pr--ea. iv5 r'iju-E iu;-t-d at $4.7V.-.".,00 : fort 'TT a.:-r1 ii'-fri, O-R- MF.!r---jiif-r 1 at Vt ; r110c V-w? f.-TCi-r aad 1 1 -S 1 1 -t --wt. f-r tii-e, 1;;j. Feph -:oti at l .ti Wton for ; ctsr-. y toa for aiif and eT.'s 9 -.a ; for f.3ih-i. Wheat o-i-Vt dm) aiid ht-a y: -: fourcar- hjr a: !:--.--I4- .av aui (-;: m Ciin anti K)t-r: sae sircars er a: .. the ij-a-k. Oats rvi'ius? on v. ilia jr-, t je?:ei-td. LakL!t ---iEai'i-fi au.i:4a'e o-n : -jtnij ie siat at TTtT-V. S?:r-ramark-et H-m at ! e-.Ot (-.;. f.r timoif.y. ? IG.uO fur mim ckiver and io .Vt f"r iarz eiover. is.a5. -niA-K r;:e. iiv.il at j::.o0 for he-a;-y mtw. J.: iiii.-i-i Ciii1 SI 1C. b;.aTr;yr pOMiitiIV 3t ill-- r t' I:nanAD y.rcr-.rr-d.oOO bi!s fl-uir, 4T.0"J h-i-i'i wheat. ;iO.0l0 hsifaia eorn. lo.t-U) bu-h oat., t '. br..-: 'a-irv. Raiixo at SipM-ra i. ',y j flo-ir 4;.iX-o uu-:: -Ri.-at. :i;.oco bii3Uc1.ru. i-.OJO bw-b ca:-, and l-.oC0 ou.-.h bar-ev. i tilrrtA'n; iri 6 P. St F;- m ma f-V-r r7'- -. ft rut. V uiLi.-- market ofne-f -tr.ini ani i'-r. : hot .-lohi at insiiie prices: aaii-s No. a un-a-co Spncz at lhr pot, lottV seij-sr Mac. lo- Hr-r June, ha. sf-ld at 107 Vjj seiler Jwne. No. :i Chniro Sprits at i0c and rej-?ted at t 'obn iiiars-E , ruiea fainy active .tin prM-es a auade Mttrif-r; saU- V) ;.'r..ixr-.l at 4.Hc yiot, ilfr Mar and 4. 4. fs-her June. Oats iiiai-scei faTrU active ajid pr-i-f? a -aade hititier; sue. No ts at so :t;:;:iftl" seUer My ami !eiier J aiw. !; .-LJtnf -n.ai kr-t rjie? a --jiade bibber w'sth a ? d n.and. sale No. ti SpTing a: -jOc ;rot a:. 1 6:"V4.--sw-iser "ioy. Kve inarkirf ruiea .puet ani RfU at ' -- tiijc. loi nir.rkec stra is- w.ta a fr deu.aad: sales at i.",. L,- u.anv- Mea-.iy w::h a fair denzand: sale- ar JL.:."- Wgf." ar tijarket 'ii:ct fcEi Ntea-lv at lU7c. tt'-Erp- 4.---0U bt our, 0C.0CO w: hvat. aLULtl b i-h ro.-n. l.(Ha o-.tvh .ati, l.:kt hvh rye au 1 bvih haricy. 'vvz:rrs i'fjo o'i-Vr, '.4.. bnsn wtieat. r-.X'O hti'-h com. .". cuO huh rvjt 4,- tush ry e and "i.-j0 tviih tjarleT. At the aftem.oa -aJ i tiie U.aij. tji-heat vim un- tiaa-J. t.ik a -!;aiie Liai.er a::d k-rd linn and unchanged. LflBdOBt April!: P. M. j V-iisoh 04 Q.pi r,,P nn-i vy n t ! 4"n -16 fo- aeeoat. hm L oi-d b-ates 10-4 lbt4; Hwi." trie. I.VIW. 1 ie amofnt of i,:iJ-i.a irouf tn;o the tiak ot England on balance to-dav is I'.oOO. Tr.e rate of dteoHnt in dtv-n markr-r ts 2 y cn -nhnh is Vetu the bauk of bnair--? -ie' llie l.uilioa in Lite Hank of Karlaud tea deT-rrat-eu t4..oO dum ttM pa weeir. The market for Fnirhsh Hmm hi a-ii-r-ihe n and for Kuropeaa and AnverK-aa f.o y i Aatwer-ps. April l i-retr ;eua3 J0 lrancs for , fin- i; a.e Anirkan. Llvenvool. AnrH m-P. M.-r. -av-nis-M ' rii.es oeuvy. ?l..hr.jf.ff l'plaaK 6Hd: Mt;c.h;nr Orleans. t.I. Nal to-day 1 .000 bnies. inciudiag . l.(V'G )Hies it.r speciitatii.ti an.: export. I1 ii. ir i..ur. -JaOd i4jsOd V.teat tf-j fr ?'d sfn! Spnrr. U;s frr rd L Winler. f-sf'i.r 1180 i tor white Wiait-r ai.d 10s.-i TOsod for chin. t orn, aiis&d fr new mis-o. P.a--I-.:i-td. at. T'eaa. 4UstL Pi .r. t: iCd. Tiiiw. 4lsfM. ( iii t-.-r. o -SI V t-vt. Albany Lire Stork Market. At3fvr. Ar-il T3 T ATTI.r TeTian! f.r liMr, p"-i Tinii a b-tter tnaiity oi cat lie utTenn,: Jt--t-rvfasw,j ,hnw an a-i -aoc-of H tr bl' Trsde lisrht and pr. a--f 'iV.nr i.- :.r-saJ-. a fur vian t;p ubou. I jmo heAnt. Broona ( ara market. K Ano, April VI BKOOM CORN There was a mo ier.it e tmile reiXM-te-i for gtni ad -h..--t-gra.Ies, bin Cini mon pialiT:e I.i rritiii-r vkuv't C tit-rat hie a TltJeV 4 for fair trchic hurt 6- be for poiMi-m chou-e meojum and 4iaB-..sc fr camiuuu to fair; interior m-ide and etoeii, u .i &4a; aitd ci.-t-ted at -,,4A9C. Inter V-K-eaa. Apple anal rotate frfarkata. ratCAfjo. April 1" POTATOES remain fnH fNr lots fresh re.ieipta of peach-ioaTi piot.-i.i at 'Jo-" rarlv rose and mixeti -rariefietlttii iu b'r-J.c. Ai i i.tS ( hui.-e-err"tea,T and tirm aniito-re were on; a fvw inferkir bt off--. iSai m're tca.ieal $4..".W r,V0 banl Nr fAir to ,,, iMlt s-'itie ctiuiiii.o iots StHd at inter '-h'eau. DutTale LIt fieek !1ark4. Prrr,Ua. April i:i-C AfTLK K-tpr '. li-a!. inakirfr a total stippiv ftr the e-i tiajs Tar ot -V-io iit-a.i: inai i..-- tiwiay and no t:-ii.-ai'tiofts- sn),-e h re-Mrt; frwst ai-rivaJs caniSTsrne;i ttimi-li aud doooe-t Ktl; aty Unxr car Ui-t. ineliii-i:-' ixiil- an-l "fi!J MiKKP AND UMUS-ReciptJto-,1av n&t ha ir.nfciMi: a ..tai oippiv for the -eek tttim isr 14.Hoo hf-ad: no market tkv-tiay : no i.nry: List-em market repot -is are vsry tinravor.ii.ic: dp iV--? h-re t'laim ih.it they routd taot jvit iih,i l r' 1O0 - f.-r Siieep to-vlav as oonip'aretl fUa pm-e pa -l T'sieiasiav and M edne-fe.ia v . ii N,s i.iipu to-dar iiwt hend. nlk.nir a t.rt.U suppty t.tr the week tl: ns far .f l.i hk) had ; market rl..t -ale, otie e:tr soo4t heavy horror v ti-.ieat $H..V: it cars iiut Unzii -a.:id orfer. LAW ldM.VI lOKK-B) Auihortt) T i-.-iy Saw. aHtea different time -ha'J w orr.-r;--t fhaii-m, -li.-il e -niffcciss-i aii fuk fTe-i inn'ii,-n-.,ii itt-Siaif ii aaU a! tT' in t.ie ;He!i!i'in .ut r'.r ;b di t it- ihuii pn--5ir, as , -ri idiH) t.v tU -...-rirev. nio-. s,-t-. t uie 4, ciia. ;t pail l, R-v ! tiO-i. j CHAP. AN A-T t.. ani-'tul ehiider ' lio.Hit tid (Wtv ei-iOeB (rilH.re.i 4(1,, M-. -i ta wiemi a.i'1 ."ii-iiiii!-ia -r hihu iti i.(c chmir-r tf ive .- n ( ll'j iha? 11'HH11 V'I (MM1 l.bry fn ittert ' " a ei;.' aft- in r.-: i:.. te--.ter. ' a ibrltMr . l-a4d Hwn h ! 7 v..,., ,w rt,, H-..itt nird . iree &ttbi twine iBatt- f V, .a, . fa.-Vari,;, t-ttitiit,. rt,ritsm hui(irjil itv tie. a -. t.-if aDusUard. l aw-iwy aatadea mo a w nal " 11- . .. The ,imiw nt vd a- ftea v rr.'r "sit-, aiiimiiit "it hv.M uat'e't, ele-fc. uue tr-ir -.rt. xitr t-i-iar ol ihe h&T. wuii tw.l h ud n.'Tti-i-r t tvt. ,-: atid fvmmissnrtirr of Uvumt tVuifte-i-y fc- aa'i bomI u:lli -n ! ! ifiu Bi-Li Biiwur. oh.i.w pslUs T-nta-fs. a l HAT Jwm f! e-j-y . a-a r Wh.'U - j -fh.-r hal! hai.il f- aflin fiiirms he vUie of tit, ,-iiiiu,iii i-imu- a. 1 e tt y-aauier of j j eitv ii .nih.it i4l iu -rtorm o t ai? auu---. -Lmas-rty rrtfuirel at Mr ii-! iro!er nf i-t a .m- rf t ue aiiierim(-ii.i-n .( ..u't M.p t rnn-ier-v. an.t e.."ep tor rvtn iittirrwir pr..v-fw-l lh- li--tnv( liii! jtt imn U in au-'b Fhr .h . .lat-U -.ball p-. t-.r th allf.li erf-rmo' of Hi. diii tmiMaswaa bT ihisi vt. wtei -a ud -hall lie ap,-e'Vf(t i.y t ter liali Ovt l- iittiii b, tata- msOs-Ion vrt tow oti.v ,,-r,2l'wmlli boaad W f"-. -Cf -vchI ,( ice ro . . "'l-'- n- ? at aa aar.f.ra AiueaiAi, iq itiat, ,a , atta ih- Ire-i 1 (MSKItl ,1 i.t ct-.- ,ithir d titider .bnvtep u.ii hnaatd i t .vtJlilV ti . )Hu-t (.1 iitiu-ett : uitrt(i atld lift wla.1 mt -1 IWTvl,- h ial livu alt ait be p nt wiai at ae. Tti.- ai ... iisatd ly tl i Ii ,-, 4t-iiitl n , . ;uin ht:M.tr-s,, two w,.ai i.i.i i or one. ii r.,r t.i at, i t vnra, .titd .r I Iwreattswr tur taxw yri n a-e -af au-,t t.-rm. la- m- m P-. -.t.-ljf . -SSiir tfc- b'i'h ali , alt l(d tin-" al !! otstt?-e aud -.ha ir i-. r a ..- aiv.ts.atkM e.l t.y it, (.oii..n f-ui-tt-.-it. S,. ti . -M -r attlal 0Mi.Hiv.tr, itriiif H-,tl. al i--J Ol B-.'Vr!'at,llM,!. SUA la.-lfevMl'll tH iX' tia if tia .Mb.-r .-"i'f.rr.i by taw -ha.) tl In a v-.tv.d a uiiij.iiiv tf sa-.d l-wTti ' any ksiiMvn u R ititt tt-.ts .ti r O Ht.'v -l to a. j, iiofw-r aKHil', whrh tt Wit- -utki;s ht-iiitt r. .tKtsra. ti .twti .: a aav'i V--l to .-f-.isi r v-ntOsilit ti .d po 'isll. ui a'tv tki.s.'ii ssi-ku- r u lu lr.i,.r- i erv t;yi wd.itf ir-'.ier f -i for Ttvu.iiaOL .a i o:-mui -f tH ovi-i. ii i"fi ! bn fl iilnii. .ti1 -M-oh tafaoitiKg' Wlailt a.-ta. lit i ,-mni. rt t'.HsiiMfii v,a ts. i I tkc t- i t u, li Uuil twin - uo (, Ort t p-'!wf t: i f..r i .mi. a o t ,fiitar'-4 iui M is.-wi u io aak tOttal 1WSSI tia.t t-i ss- isfKMW.l b,. ' ! ,-o-ti !o narr: -f ? i csf-. Tuf (' --7? s c im . rf nwa f- .lair 0"TatJ iir' fi ? V 4" ; a4n4iiMr. T l' :V In ha frsaaor nay- j aa--.:. a.sn Kbii attvt. gr"""-'''. the vyt wt C' wly a ri,! tjt.rd prrff m, ny t ti- Tfc" ' '?1-TT, a l sainr-U rr-J tJ- bVi'-t LB M mnalk t, U, kIws) Tawarr.,,.. ifty Af y ifj xHail aM r r,r fif t w rr r.i, t Sj" ! ftw of UirwisT m wl j tr. ttftm'.h. '. .-. -Mii,. f.flHs f-,-r !.''- y- tr tm tte flrait ftf .M;-ii-y vaf-i',s "! r-srssrav tart- aov ntsiM y ta!t m ' h- tt w iH- i ' ranw t Ttnrii . at n-zr rm-tnrif'-r. ' in VUM r If.Si! eiT'. Ti . trrnf him!f &Tf.T"4 f T?v rirt ,r r-o-irt ma", :f'rirT flirty iti At' 'T &ft-'i if !fpn!t'virpi-rm e-4ir fv tm &f prrr r- iHn-rmiU'titrm f f if mm ft- nrj l usH aVr.i;,'iT aa,, Jj neT.c Vlth fKiftif . r-tflf (" l'rr'a- t-s-ii!',i.ma.1i Ttit t'l '('..(a-ei.t nriMK u. . 0.y h we tmil sT wd fttj m r.,u-nw r-v- 1-1 . mtifl ..yfUi.Jse tu u 1 ri,-t tjt ". tf .- avMii . rxit rm"l a - 1 a,J( b tu-r wr -rJi . j r Uaair mpum .w, t-rmatj ei- ai X or i i- is. Aritwd hnrririHl r.1 tT af XiA art W ftereby is-wl M r . f---. r. ' It nli m '! ue rtie 4-:v f t-e nm 4-1 af " w ot bwt ia. aaa-i .utr u. p , wi arliii.mc ni .it -tT rvt-.-- rf as. n-i m r -J: a if? SjW, t., fTrs-r-i ITX' C.M r r,r oti-tfv-1 1- r- frr: . ! s;r- 5 f, .. i-! A i Bf r- f T m .-y r irii. C-w- Tt-- f rlf r-ja- , r if H a" . ej - - r trn ' a im nar-je trv m infory H fV -m w t.'t-s e '.J " 4 r-nsaj-. r.r tin tj --r-,-;i--i -w 4Te -t"!" fyne (.- .itk. fi-. -i fn ,- . taiEsa!- !..r d nrf--rfns. f-rti-!ct if t Hr- -f n v r-n xivsa I j itsr -tT. e." .31 rh-, if l-- irc : .i 1"- wrrtr f Ti-ItT yi .tr-rt. -aj:-, !-.-- th-a, -..-..r t , rl.a:rs& -'de wrr ttus rie-- t to'l-iit tt r rs";ml K-tT", 3-- air:- if --r ar tttter b'j wre - o ) ba- i-"n wt--! -a -r . aiy. oral toi rttrttty, it t-irt-'jr- r jtis---!, .i4 biive iii ti-r fifitarr i itf oi,: ,--ft - t'.-i-ia t-. tass.-r-! V!-r-:.t-.o..;: -,t ,h f;i j 0 Rir- pi c!rsn tjr J(1ewa,sIt -J,f,rr s er iiW '&,zraet'H iv-j-- t- -awa h..- f-ju -s-i f .. ty 1'itir Hn sr. Ti t.r--T vntja iyiTj:i1.-ttt sjs:! t w ti.e power "iit kji n or aor w rv Tt-mtr tt "ti 'it Os Hr tit T't prwr-f-s . ' t a- H.r,ii; tit nrt:it or iht, if ii .ii '..HK.svn, an wit th -!.-f . it -'wceTp-. & a. p.-i ;fv p-r' '1 -ii ii.all rise artl.-ifi. rf o-- a-:t:iJ c ao4 tri pr.y--ty in fr ' -f wtsv a v r or r-5-n:r m - tine, wii -.- j? f?f T.w -.tr tlvy -iall al'l t?wr mnvntt t'.,if, th jri-r-t a; f if-eft per ?T.t. from (ft t tv5 if 1 - -. to ri- suet .:u,t awni "1 asT::m4 w-i iaiwl frr w en's fTtrr'i; tnt; te t. aal m wiia u.-iin.' r( vj - . v -r--n.4 ci -ttsnti r- iMtiif -usfi w ruvi -4 ia ivfrttaie- fa j'sei. f-tt;. taivTi. r.-a -.fA of aasts a i aerby a aea lH mn tcresa - fj.i-wi ; it. la- HTy Tr-rS-wrsvr anaffw fgf-S .-rststsa p -vir -fflfty a-nf fa .-w;'-'-4 fr :. -tt-a j cm:?-i r-. r ofh- rji irlin- f-jr ( a-,f a: - -, trt jr-ma-v .be 'i'lTv -. .f iun a- : -- .-f ti fflwTtap ffarf4 rfiTr. in'i n .Trjtifi:r ' hera in 'rtT a-?:-n--. -...i;, itt f.v-i , Statttt 5ot yira. OfBi rjf tl- -sf-Ttary 0 ?Kt -- I tt " -bi-' u- tr --.'!-aa; wih t -"r-ia; vjw o"1 Si- ratbi- i5--. aivi rt", a-ire-v,y -serri y u.it tc M lar-r- 3 c r- t r.r..jf-riH f aef-r-xr -aj fcaj .-jf u. u T iMits, writ ijat ta. SOUS BftrFIiOW. S:y uf -.af. LAW "Oi' EW leatk-H; Aatharlty. iEsery la-.Titls-ski- a 1-tfrerjt -rtm? sh!I he o'wf'.H !-',-.n ; () nils- . aVit ca ".ira '-n 'fv- !sr?on ax 4 l-t ta-fire Uk- tiTeaiwa tt , llt--r iay of it ' t. -M wa--Hjf, ye oy ia -i rimr? ,4 Mf. - i, , coap l. pair. ! fievtswi .-ni- Uir-.2 CHAP. AS att toneid f-h:'.r foe tnad-Ad aad foety-ta- ?1 UMT intw-uif mijjit'.n 4tl!lJ -i -a...-i --na-'-, r-.f tied ai a t to aTT-d ani c-o!i J-' rh- -! in tnLu w txe i-uinw oC t- , ii-ae-- tr tr Mattel S!. 1ST-, tbrte-a TA srsr;i aV .sL--WCif. '-' t3 US Lw'.'.iyr ' rirrrt.--J 1 Section tinebtmri?wae ?Ty r - - ewf Tirm'1ysiJ f-irrt- (.Urr- jt .i- rf errVrw-- hrimj,-l ajfj a ttj ix Miriltwl ""a-i ai f -r.-t..i eonsi iifin't iti -t-T ra! -T . .1 -e1IaV' to tit- rai r tiie ciry c- K -r. ' a;reT itn.-tiHtr avnieai--4 "i. Tb r- ,all -in eretiTwe !wrl nt tit r-y CntJet Of ttt -rv svi. M-f-a.T, Mi.T .IT OaasXH tiOfci ra sa T f-, e'et-fir of -waio city ig the datme tsmaviiuf r a otae-r "t r 1 iti'-r' U it- -iei-Kn itetd m liar- i, eisa- i."isiij--l asd - "eu : sut. iVir t-erm- -ft (-, xw a-.-i tiar"? ' r? -fe- t v-'t. tcsvor of a-ii.1 city. itanB; '.i- a ! f Aarii. c- ti-r. a-i. tn -id jear, nui (ai.-; ti.s k itr- t.ir-- r a-t h--arH ft.r Unn- mi-. eyaj rar- .fir, reape-ely. In -Aca swreeidiar rtmr, Tf a.,is iSoam i -ii. be fei-- t f-i f.y iasr tae-sjjir-. aai -ra - x f-ifttwii by tle ma r aiurne Uve an rt or A-', i-iJ j fi'- tt tftn tt,,r"f. af a" iro :led f f fr'ia- t r!,ree ysr. Tap assyor sJaai; aq"" -i h '-er-"air-. thst ea:h -- 'hj rvfo .-Jief p.iit!!aj partie- riuiti a tiijf ajtuB-w-i njca b.aarti. Any vacatf.-" 4lwt ins r.:ieii hy f o; mgt'.ir, . atjove "rv-iied. . -t ldc r-.-iii 'f tSs T alfi' MiCC-SsSrf- Cua t "- ((u. f.rple aad lUiJWi. 3 w te-ms .jf d- siena- . I - n je-c:rivs i.-.arr! o-fn The ftrt S n-r r.f Mav, k jf nr,-eu btindnsai ap-i -T-c;r.w aud .ny HU-m -r ii:'i hfUi ,h ;i ai faiii-rye" tt ;a4DoiaTr-H -j ' 'u -'"eti. itoi .t iti'-a VKj.-f 1 t7- 'irse -ac j ' . .ti--e re.;3i:r 1 of other nty ,.--, ;ra ctt'.- tty-r eiie a'-fOri' -t tin etcti'm 'Jr r; - t r.', a Xkiture t.-. do yj -iiail ie "imwd a rr-rni t- aerw rat-ti .jf sani '-f-ri si:a;i e e a xmi-J us mi-o a-u -j t efrti in;lj -it h I s a- saavttr m y la.fS. fri-r. rioned for rr- fajtnf it prr.-riaiasje.-e -.-f 1; fJnr,- Anv ef SRt-b ltrl Buy fr? rnfc-j v-i bv riv - ji c-oCaBcit X.Ji aaijet by a Vlhw-.st tw t&irti -f 3 -i mera 7 trr " L tef I t ft; jaid c-imt- h ut a .otr f i vt-. iiu ca.i oe z.rra of tfir? c-iarj "ii.!. j i a-v-- rtpjaor-'iiiiiy of vri : Ia s-.. j rr?: rc. 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JCBN B;"rr:L' S-K:7-:t..rj . - ' 11 a LkrH4F MfcW OBli-Bj .tia rU. rvy Uv nn-f a dinvfe.t: tinw? hs! ! p. setrtl tSere:. sta-i .-.iri -,! sase y-.T-.- az tae State, .m. a :d n.l 1 rr '.he f.vri.-;h day"Jisr tiae day if -t.., aim! laaw-o-, a ce3-tt!eu tu- ".-s-ai---.. Tnrv w swv. taiie 4. caap. p.it i. is-a4 S-aiulLve. n .vp. avw A"? AtT an.M!f ettsKt-r two hoadrett ei ;kk-r. or". of trtr- is . ,.( e -sn hiiiir--l a id --.3y. enrxied, ' ' An a-, f. r ue i:i.f'-p."i;-Tt ya ?. -v- . r 1 " tf tar -afl . t reaten lo the raaAde irf ."baritiw'. , W;i: tarae-fifTAs laeitHT fKe.r. Tfie Foptt of r .vrf w- " t-h asm tow &fi7miHif, au raocf a : s-ft Ttfiri !. SeTo oa- of mie ram, e-jer tr 4 bn;ivl.td Av.d tiurif oe,s ,-.f the i!i.f riirf'-et k-m-cired ar.d -t-!ty. -t.r;rii -'An a.- ir the iiviov.- twa j vniise-., in i.enti.. AiiMja-d t ir a- .id w , relate--to i..e vitUye'-f t'Jtari-.'ive. tht -uj eilntw ' .la;ili "Ter a. t--T havf ftnir i r-ii t---w, wim una sbuii be iut two jar. aui ai ifl- ai'utei' ittc!un tv fasti- d in tafij-i -r'l.fvre oa (be ttitrd iWula'- .if Hits. ei-ihteeii bwnJred via -"rrr; axj.i aiitaOy ra-w' aitf-r.rwa t -un-x-w-s, o ejectrsd u: i-4v sii'-r -e lur two vssara. i . Tha aet staai rakw tTeet imaicdsa;y. TiTt- Nrw Yf-ac, OS- Ibr ae-T e.ary of mta, i ' i ;w iMi.r-u.l rise ; r---w--..c wiU ttre -;;nAJ uw ws rln tii tj,. osifs-. and t hereby ertify T'Tia: . -1 sue .s a (-oitta.-t irjatsfstr-iat linrel : asd f ae aaiiar tif amifl IMt"-ajJ Jl-rfV .-" -s."'. s-rtarv of jirf. LAY.SOI rt .OKk-B) Antaorlt-f. 'F??-? 5am , nn';-v a d:r"-rent v-nce -ia;.. Se rjp. tir-!i t; . hs ' .Ji'iui"'- ar. rai;- erw-r ttir- tc Mate, ; j n-( lirt Tr tht" I eii it r . a f '--: T it-ttuy "i t! a ten t-trrtiiri i..-. r?1 v-rt-1 v,-v C Male. i. 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Tte R.c4te--er and S-e (.tae Rswtwav t 'anpny It r.-bj u:-s1 to nt'4ni it- am.-;, a tv.tLKn so a tf htyt tbtf svus -ujtj .t its ranai t-f furti itutl if te isiratw-d I. t.- 'i-ft.- are kuu-df-d t b-JsU-jinjU J:r , ,tj tn prvivinc ttai ..;' th-i.ct-a.j smi I a k-an f tra jir mairijrse ifxls '.'f j;d mlvay i-i'io.ur, how tv kl nyi-it , ii.v'ct K a Tw, aaaali aM-.ed av ii.-ci i-l .a e.t;ia rciir of ,-.: vrr si ty a,;.. euht-ra hauiilied ad sfv-nti tt, ri' i-wni..i tMurn uii -uit.i .-it , bv a v-;i A m.-, y at' tij t-iaHafi'- .d tid e-tOLii-iiia i.a-n. mv sa.-t ! ol the rtiwir-. rf ,,1 ra:i-v c-r fui v wb- M-ed t.l its ku.ifd tta-ef : a.i aa; a auiaitv i.t t be Lvmniwi- mrr & i wi-j i Jj-.j- m.-rtv;r- "i:- fbc r-it ,-m-ntiv-". ai. iwo t i a!'i niiwai ennnm . -. i Hhi Oe fl-ihuli'fr tfcf!-e.jt. s,- Ul j,, t ---al-j--.t .Hl fthT lVlt'.1-.. fa-- tVr-i i i,T v.,i f ..WS. jtT- -vrf at-itH-a r ivvmrrt (aasea'tia f-sMaT-f ta.pter si.ir an,, sf it? a01 arta4la-b .UMiasi AOid W -tflit t. I -. This a- fea!l Utkr -!T .-et :-nnjsiu iiA.ery 0-e -at il VrWtfy tat atate. ' : ! bv f.-m.N--srt tfcsr pr-H-s. wHh ,1. .-n; i,w 'u u" " li" rft'W. inil t. W:vt ortit ; um th- fNeawc 'T-i irniwniil tats-iTrr- m iHl . I lAMf aJTijU AsTt.Ki-iH.3u atT:H. I-ake, A!ion. ASu w ra cdi-esl br WishaHts Tats Ta. I oiauAb a ft tr Cghini V 1 - ' It never fails to ierrMsffe?tt. care !Sv-r-ful -km C-tvimptaiata. Lunj Iiiiease ami CeavmmfTt. A jp.cy vuf Ttmit f w Nei-votei Peldiity. .r-jl is B-oiK. and irsOtaM-ff fV fafy ?( rRAtasjtv ttsnnnT.at will become Wjw a L.d fc-w trt-'ptettt a it ftnutte k fe ud rm-o-o midely ki.t-wa Uiat HUs h tiv or H o.x MOv vo a-tto TiX is id mfaii.f4e cure f ,r .vugba aod tHsbhs, itk T tt tht He leiia cur ia I ruLUU-Lf To U-H Ka-kKkekrA Tbatteitu.kaof liwaJji of fantiU -tapei'tfniy -tevited to the fw-rtor-ts Sc Jt-. . vT-erf j -niv.. Titer aieiditeiv five lioat t: jsiiKaiiS ; ajtd a eti a ht-h rrtU-r In I Mite CfBip4auti Vaf ma nv ,f .), ft -titio-,a b utl flavors t,o m i',e n-Arav. iahv a."e hiiTiitjf .--mrr- iu-a.Ts.t. n-t-s ati 5.e cJ.a.'i:--x a3 ( tirtiiistu-y tf liw riotla ftosiu v hvi th-r afv pcrvsaet-.l i U aie le e.piv. at-t. S---.p., e'e, t.r i sna ittM..i-.vetl by KuratiU'a lvxira-t i tar'.rry h n aa.e J '-- AM 1 K Cl: at -.? ri. ifsvaiia-i a tuui

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