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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 29, 1877, Boston, Massachusetts                                MORNING MARCH PRICE THLIEE THE Are invited to attend the opening of our now CUSTOM Which takes place today larch Mo expense has been spared to make these tho most elegant as well as convenient of With an able corps of and continuance of onr system of LOW Wo hope to receive even larger patronage than we are now Tlio accommodations of today afford us means of attending to THREE HUNDKBD ORDERS Orders of this week are marked for delivery April Simmons DEER FOOTTJIIII SMOKED JOILStf SILT PORK In 20 and 50 for sale only by McDEWELL 152 Tremont DrawingRoom URN1TURE New 48 Canal and 141 Friend A FEW MNJBi CLOCKS NEW FHOM LONDON AND At Moderate BONO 97 Water Between Congress and Made to Order and fit 6 Extra line very best S12 I J 1 very lino a very S7 50 Those shirts aro firstclass In every Patterns cut for Gentlemen finding their own goods can have tlielr Shirts made to measure for tfl Shirts rebosomed and made nearly rut good as Orders 28W1NTER Boom ANTIQUE Oldfashioned Ancient China and Other A large variety of rare articles always on Orders and Inquiries by mall promptly attended O Central SEALS For No HATCH 880 Washington GREAT BARGAINS In Boots and Shoes At 76C WASHINGTON between IIollls street and nix He is Belling out his large stock of quHllty Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced tor the Bake cf making room for tho mir trade JOHN SILK HATS SPRING OLD HATS Made Ovov for from Ono Dollar to Six ttlookod and Ironed while Lewis tQ Court WET HAIR 80 bunliol for MASONS fur twte at Hudson Hud Ortlera received nt H ml 8 or ut DUNN CONGItKSS and TRUNKS fli I ra are gold lower than at any A fj otlier place In Boa at tlie 1IOMK HAT 13 Hanover For families and other in large or small of null at lowest No Mllwaukuo Ash for salu at the INSPECTION 106 Canal COOK 40 WHITE VISITING and 16 ueat ones as you ever agents elf and a eu best wo ever saw i Never was no well suited or like expressions come by nearly overy Try them and you will say tho 712 Washington eatest anil M PERFUMERY And Toilet ttlaon iraduoeil to suit the OB cents per ounces Lvbtns Totlit 21S cents per paukago Luhlns 40 ounts per 40 cunts porounue qeuulne MlllTarlna 50 cents a Kino OoloRno by the pint and j3 BLUE Hotbed JOB i tUl next winter if desired i must Box Boston REOPENING OLD WINTER STREET DRY GOODS ON MARCH So long and favorably known in connection WATSON SMITH Wall open the above which has been undergoing ex tensive alterations during the past tnree making it the Best Lighted Store in the A full line of general merchandise will be found in the various and the stock being ENTIRELY Having been bought since the great decline in the Dry Goods we can with the utmost confidence invite the public to inspect our stock before WE WILL OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS nsr Black and Colored Dress Shawls and Linens and White Hosiery and Our friends will see familiar faces behind all of the whose endeavor will be to give PROMPT AND POLITE ATTENTION TO 5 7 Winter LA11A We havo taken the sole agency of tho Now England States for the sale of those choice They are made of tho finest Manila Wrappers and Havana lin by the wellknown BTRATON STORM of Now They are put up in tho following popular stylos Opera Concha Reiha Victoria For sale at retail by dealers WAITT 4 Blackstone A specialty made of repairing Rubber Shoos and and applying Itubber Soles to leather by i i HI lit THAT BROKEN OUR For tlio liouctlt of a very few who expect too muoh In this we wlsli again to say that our terms in connection with our lowpriced order system arc STRICTLY cash on No matter by whom ordered to whom the amount of the bill will be collected upon tho de livery of the garment or One can see at a glance that we are working upon too small a margin to enable to afford credit to any Made from BUSINESS 818 SPRING 815 Choice ot selection from groat variety Suitings and Gentlemen leaving their measures with us to bo ex ecuted will not be expected to take the garment when completed If not perfectly 263 Washington t OriOHlTK WASHINGTON Tlic Louisiana Commission Com pleted at WHEELER IS NOT The MatthewsFoster Letter at Last NOTES FROM THE NAVY CSpecial Despatch to The Boston March Louisi ana Commission will leave hero ou Monday fov New Judge Lawrence of Chicago will bo The President telegraphed to him tonight that ho could either start from Chicago for Now Orleans on or could come liy way of this It was decided at the meeting today not to give the Commission written but it will lie orally advised to oudcaV or to fuso the dual Legislatures in such a way as will prove acceptable to those in terested in tho Should it succeed in such an tho title of the rival executive claimants cnn be nettled by tho which could for itself inquire into tho facts of alleged intimidation and It is uot be lieved here that the Commission will succeed in effecting the It is said then to bo the intention of tho Administration to say to both You must keep the peace there must bo no blood and both of you can act the role of Governor until one or tho other is THE MATTHEWSFOSTER No BaiKiiln on Itelmlf of Governor Hayes Tlio Whole Story Out at Special Dcepntch to The Beaton lloboO March letters of Stanley Matthews and Charles Foster in re to tho pulley of tho Hayes Administra tion are at hint mado public by tho request of this day communicated to who hold copies of Those letters involve ho as 1ms boon gen erally but foreshadowed the course Hiivos would niiimio in respect to South Caro lina and Matthews and Mr Kosior staled tlnvt from their knowledge of iovoruor Hayess views ho would allow people of States to iovenior their own Thoro is nlso i letter of Matthews slating on behalf of 1rusidfiit Grant that when the electoral count should bo concluded ho would im mediately issue an order to Geneva Augur his previous which required tlio status quo to bo There is also a written statement mado by Ellis of giving tho substance of the conversation which occurred between the Henry AVatlersou of Kentucky and Ellis and TUuko of Louis with Garfield and Foster of in which certain assurances wore made by the latter These assurances were made by Judge Matthews and were to tho offout that the military interference in behalf of Packard would lie This was confirmed by the other friends of Governor Hayes then This statement of Ellis will bo made THE It is Completed at Hut Not Officially will AH Miireh despatch received by tho President today from Vice President stated that ho would arrive hero but owing to some delay he will not be here before It is tho wish of the President to confer with tho ViccPresi before deciding finally upon the compo sition of tho Louisiana A num ber of names have been among them General John Harlaii of exGovernor Brown of Judge Charles Law rence of General Hawley of and Wayne McVeigh of Penn sylvania but it is authoritatively stated to night that nothing definite has boon done in the norwill there bo until after a con ference with VicePresident so that all statements of tho organization aro at present purely Tlio gentlemen above mentioned have been invited to go on the Com March Hawloy left for Washington today and will probably accept tho position offered him on the Louisiana March McVeigh was not in town but prominent gentlemen here think ho will accept tlio posi tion on tho Louisiana GEANTS DESPATCH TO The Truo InwardncsH or tho Whlcli It Wus Claimed Wim Altered In tho War Special Despatch to The Boston March number of speculative statements have been published in Baltimore and elsewhere purporting to giv a history of the circumstances attending tho sending by the direction of the March tho despatch to Packard at New Orleans in relation to tho use of troops in preserving tho Tho facts in tho case aro as follows On March lut Paekard telegraphed to Presi dent Grant with reference to tlio nati of the led erul forces under command of Oenoral to maintain the status quo In The Presi dent prepared the reply with hlu own although the despatch waa algnod by Major his private and wan not sent to Packard until tho afternoon of March At noon of that day Governor Hayox called at the Kxeenttvo Mansion to pay hln respects to Proddent and It shortly after the arrival of Governor liny OB at the White House that the President handed Secretary Cameron a copy of the despatch sent to Packard aud requested that it be sent to General Augur for that ollloors government and After reading the despatch tho Sea rotary of Warliauded It to General Sherman and re qucBted him to see that It was transmitted at General Sherman placed his endorsement oil put it In an directed It to General and sent It to the War Depart ment by n Instructing the mes uungor to say to General Townaond to have it attended to General Sheriniin accompanied Governor lluyos from the AVhllellouse to the Capitol and did not return to lie War Department that Tho claim thut the dispakhdld nut reach Now Orleans until nearly midnight to he well but arose from natural The statement that tho phraseology of tho despatili WBB changed In any way IB utterly The copyof the despatch tent to General Augur ami the one sent to Packard are Iden 1 he one Bout to Packard wan not trans mitted Uirqughlhu Sjooretary General ol the Iml direct to the telegraph otlleo from lie Executive There were no direct ardors issued to General Augur with reference to the use of troops in maintaining tho status as has been and he did uot tho copy of the Packard message which waa Bent to him hy General Sherman as author izing him to deviate from orders previously On Saturday March General Augur telegraphed to General to know what construction ho should place upon tho Pack aril Gonoral Sherman replied that he niUBt place his own construction on HAMPTON AMD Chamberlain Working Ho will Prolmuly lie Given tonvo to Special DcRpntch to Tho Jlustmi March course of Governor Chamberlain since his arrival hero has given extreme satisfaction in Administra tion He has had several conferences with tho and has lost no time in conferring freely with members of tho lie has conversed frankly on tho in effect as stated in theso despatches last and believes thut he was Tho course of General Hamp ton will have much to do with tho disposition of the Government in furthering tho desired His action sinco being invited to Washington has appearance of haughti If ho comes hero to it will not act favorably for his It is pro posed to have both Chamberlain and Hampton stnto their views to tlio Cabinet in Taking all the circumstances into it is probable tho solution will bo tho with drawal of Chamberlain and his early designa tion to some homo or foreign THE NAVY IromotloiiB In the New System of WorkliiK tho will Go Hard with the lingua Special Despatch to Tho Boston March minil Heed Warden was at his own transferred to the retired on ac count of long and faithful and Commo dore Thomas Patterson was todiiy promoted to fill the This promotes Captain George Hansom to tho grade of Commo Commander Charles Cuslimuii to the grade of LieutenantCommander Albert Harlter to bo Commander Howell yesterday passed his examination and will ho promoted to till the vacancy to bo made by the retirement of IJiMirAdiiiirul April This will promote as follows Captain Spicor to bn Commumler Ilciiry Adams to ho Lioittenant Cominatidor Morton Sanders to b can ho im promotions of lieutenants until the of lion tonuntcoinmundiMH is reduced to as provided by Thoro are now eightysix on the The now Secretary of tho Navy bus gone bacit a number of years to find a system for conducting the business of his and has found one that works well and receives the highest praise from all orHccrs of tho ser but is not very well liked by the horde of contractors and others who have long hung like biirmiclos on the Tho Secretary has formed an Advisory composed of the following olliccrs Commodore John Chief of the Hureau of Yards and Docks Commodore Daniel Chief of the Bureau of Navigation Commodore Schu Chief of the Bureau of and Recruiting Commodore Chief of tho Bureau of Ordnance Medical Director Paymaster General James Chief Kn gineer William Shock and Chief of tho Bureau of Construction and Hans This Board hold meetings twice a presided over by tho All changes in stations of repairs and con and all general business relative to the management of tho department of tlio navy are referred to this Board for consid MINOR An ExCon federate Jo Become Attoinoyfjon crul for the Post Office Special Despatches to The Boston March is rumored that Judge Freeman of a persona friend of and an eminent will soon succeed Judge the pres ent Assistant AttorneyGeneral for the Post OOluu Freeman was In the Confeder ate service during the Hko General accepted tho Bttnatton at tho close of the and has acted with the Itopuullcnu party Blnce that EXCITEMENT IN NEW Wild Humors About IlCHldtlnir tho United Stales TroopaBut All Reported Qulot Special Despatch tn The Boston Nisw March tho ru mors yesterday It wan reported that tho despatch of Secretary of War MeCrury to General Augur ordering the preservation tho status rendered the desperate that desporato measures nre under consideration that Governor NUholls has already held a council of lusting several Longutroet and Hood advising that Itwas probable that a determination will lie arrived at to light tho Federal troops If they Interfere to restore tho status quo that Gov ernor Slcholls wus offered men from and other points alonu the and could mass a force or 000 within fortyeluht IIOIIIHJ that Uoinournllis here was to light and strike quick that all depends upon Governor Nicholls and that the League was ready und the auxiliaries vvoro await ing the Jtut a great change 1ms occurred since last for tho rn celpt of nssurfincoti from President to the effect that no attempt would bo iiiadM to restore theetiUiis quo has produced very farir ublu und peace Is now prevalent In every This is a considerable reaction Binco Governor Nichollss success Is con Three momhoru of Governor Packards Legislature withdrew from that organisation and have joined the Nlcholls Petitions are circulated and by 1mnlncsn men dn inandlnK the removal of tlio Federal and requesting noninterference on the part of the Federal Government In tho States WADE What He Told the 1oople of Wilmington Uroutcht Him to Com promise His Special Despatch to The Boston March AttorneyGeneral Connor and General butler reached here on the southern train thin An Immense crowd of accom panied by a band at met hltu at the A reception speech was made hy the Governor Hampton uud General Butler Governor Hampton said MY FHIEUDBI I goto Washingtonulmply to atute before the President the fact thut the people of South Carolina have elected me Governor ot that I go tliore to nay to him thut wd usk uo recoKiiltlon from uny We claim tho recognition from the votes of the people or the I KO there to ussuro him thut we are nut lighting for but thut we lire Uglltltlg for tllB gOOll Of nnnntrv I ing there to demand our help me to take not condition that Boutli Uurollhu hus boon tn punt thut our people huvo boon umlor illBiulvamattOH nevor uncoiintorod by uny other people nn this conti nent i thut they carried the und that thuy pro pose to enjoy the frulta of their i dainani oUr riuutanothlug BO to liike uotuliiK I go to tell him the condition that Boutli Uurolmu hus for years The Panio Over In Special Despatch to The Boaton March iu financial elrtlea i quiet and gojiiB pn tinoqtWyi Wie Mor clmntB1 Bank of CanudartiarM are qtioWd at 74 A comtlderuble number of depoalta have been with drawn from the city and district havings banks during the pHBt few THE SPRING Rapid Rise in tha Rivers Throughout THE NEW ENGLAND The Concord and Others FEARS OP SERIOUS Special Despatches to The Monton March Morrlmao Hlvor is rapidly rising and line been sinco 11 At li the pond gnugo at the upper gnteliouHO indicated n rise of nearly six inches since 11 The river nt the lower locks nt the foot of the at 10 indicated a depth of a rise of feet since the sumo hour At 2 the depth ol wntor on top of the dam was The mills lire already experiencing considerable trouble from back The greatest height of wntor over known on top of the dam is ten In In the ico gorge April the height No material dam age In now anticipated from The field of Ico la broken up an far ns The Sploket IB also very high and has spread over the Morse meadows at Motlmon and has Hooded cellars from Novlnss millH March Morrlmau lUvcr tonight gives Indications of extremely high It has risen thirteen feet below the dam Hlnco 11 and the sheet of water pouring over tho dam has a depth of seven and one eighth Tho greatest depth over known was ten in Tho water is rising at tho rate of about an inch an and advices from above Indicate a continued rise Jfo damage has been but work in tho mills will ho considerably Interrupted tomorrow on account of The Sploket Kiver nt la heavily swollen mid The Mvrrlmuu anil Natrium Klvers at MlllH March oxcessivo rahiB of the past few days have had tho ulTout to raise tlio wutpra in tho rivers In this loenllty to a very hijjh Tho Jlurrlum has heuii increasing in volume nil and IUIH riaen at limeB atr the rate ol nix InolicH mi while nt ltd junction with tlio Xnshua has ovcrllowcd HB banks and is eight feet above high wntov Tlio Nashua IIIIM thnngh nut qultomi mid mi UBually water hurt cluisud a partial HIIN leiwlnii work ill tlia CumpnnyH Mills Both tho rivers aro and large ponds of water aro found mi the low The tyojian none and no danger isi apprehended from the nvorllnw uxciept a partial siiwpunslcm of the niuniiructorios along their but all proba bilities point to a heavy freshet In this The Mvrilmnc at MiinclicstcrMIIlH lilloTlie 1iHcatiuinoi also Jimoil water in tho Merrlmnii Kiver is nearly us high as last At 8 it was live fuel above tho dam six feet above tho and Hlnwly Work in the gingham mill of the Amoxkoag Manu facturing Company is partially suspended 1 Mill of the all but one is stopped iilro the spinning mom of making seven idle No other damage De spatches to Tin bureau from says tlio river bus risen three Inches In six liours nt slowly falling Cioirstown tho Pisoataquog the paper mill of Cheney has suspended Condition of the Mcrrimac lit March water in the Merrimao is steadily but IIB yet is not over its The ice is rapidly passing causing no damage to or At Manchester there is live feet of water on the a rise of four feet slnco A Plymouth despatch states that the Pemigowasott is free from ice and rising Tlio Ice IB In a very rotten Washout on the Tunnel Swept Awny ut North Ad March re ceived hero report that the recent heavy rains caused a rapid rise in Mountain a tributary of resulting In a lost night on tho Hoosao Tunnol one mile oast of Sholburne The trains today have been obliged to carry by also that the town bridge at Braytonvlllo was carried away by the high water last The bridge wns being replaced by a now Iron and a trestlework had boon erected below tho old bridge for the of The damage is not The stage takes the railroad bridge as far as the fair Freshet on the Maine Central Travel Teinimrurlly Muruh a heavy freshet on tho line of tho Maine Central at eighteen miles from travel has been seriously Interfered This mqrniugB train for Boston was unable to pass over tho and passengers wore causing a considerable The damage will ho repaired as quickly as A telegram from JlOBton states that tonights train will como only as far ns March washout on the Maine Central at Carmel Is 300 feet One train passed but tho others are obliged to transfer The Pullman from lioKton went no further than this uky und no train started out from MerloiiB Aiiiehonslonn of a Freshet In the CorlitHro at March water In tho Co clieco Kiver tonight Is higher tonight than for many All the low lands are Tf tho dam above the city breaks tonight it Is feared conBlder uhlu damage will bo The Jovlioco Mills were unable to run A building used by them as a wastehouse is washed from Its Several others ure surrounded by water it is still raining anil the water is FCUVH of a IlotilHt on the March at this point has at tho rate of an inch an hour for the thirtysix and if H con tinues to rlBo at the same rate for twentyfour hours to camp there must bo a freshet muh us haH not been seen for many Tho ico hus not yet broken but it Is very probable ft will do so be foro The fulls present a grand Tho Connecticut at Hartford No March the Connecticut Kiver ut this point was nineteen and a half feet above low mark and was rising but no apprehension of danger is Bridget Swept Awny Beyond March bridges be tween thin place and Northampton have been car ried nwiiy by the The railroad bridges still hold Klse of the AlletUimy at Pi March accompanied by suow prevailed here all The river has risen three and a half foot uiuco No serious damage is Uumaicu at March water at this morning undermined the wharf of pine lumbar went into tho river Loss about the iloHvph Binltli Company unil feet of pliio lumbo Ahnoit a Tragedy In the Broadway Speclul Iftsputuh to The Boston this evening an explosion occurred In the propertyroom of Broadway Considerable excitement pre vailed for dome lino among the employes nt tlio but fortunately no one wan llo bldis the breaking of a few punts of glass no dam age WUH   

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