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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1873, New York, New York                               VOL. XXII___JSO. 6707. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, J873. PRICK Font ,'KNTS. WASHINGTON. Mr. Bout-well in the Touching Oaldwell Schools. IKfpatcA to .Vno- York March 17 Umitwcll upon bin new duties im a Senator to Tbe oocAAlon WM CHIO ot ureu: ti> vbo anrt Peunto gallcrlei,   will ihi' luxiirj' of DUrify next Wiutor. Mr HOJJV U Drst on the ftrirl H M not (jure certain ihat M- C-uworly not tv> number TJie hart a aeries of aiUfks. on Infocuncicra, and to keep thuoi If this threat lit not cnUn'lT Idlo Mr wUI in a very unromrortabie iltuatloti. If he rot Like, iinltis to yrove hU inneceure of the If no cau Hut ht> u to trv.-it lan of pi.blicatliinij unworthy ot TItt ClLPWRt-L tiElliTK. The debute on tbe resolution to-day Tery null in coinparlfuin wllti that of Kn- aaj Mr ?jiiNnury le.1 off and ftfler careful llitenlnt it concludcil ihftt meaai to TOCe tor ?iuu'iioti. but nut for cnt> of Uie com nut lea now nenduiir, Mr Pratt brb-flv Bxpliviiied hn rt'.iHoiirt for tbo paodme nwoltuion. Mr. Hay ird mado it arKurutMit Uio commitU'e's from the point of Tlew, bnt tn tho il.-uoueinoot expressed hla bo Uef that the charge of bntwry v, na aoatutned by UW evureuce. and to support tlie rtvwlution of o luo moat lUjjsMtLon of tbo djy nude b> Mr rank- line ko BOIUB bnof reuiirka on u lo ax the time for ending ihs debate. It la tn- fejiexl from what tie s ilil that i; la tbe pending resolution will be voted down. kcd then ibe proposition to take up the resolution of expulsion will down. A majority of the VOCCH of tue euu pre- vent ino resolution offcrwl by Mr. Aleorti from bcluc coaeldored. it all. unless more than a majoritr of tLe aro not only intoudtug lo rote for expulsion, if that qnefltlon rouiL't lo bo voted on. but aro actually in favor of nach course, tho resolution of einulsloa may DOTCT voted on at all. Whoever i.-j to dodrc to adopt an expedient to a direct voto on (be merlia of the caae will flnd this tn axcellent otiportnnity but. tho mattnr nee'im luse cone too far now to bo of in any -uu-n indiriot m inner. The comantiee's rraolulluri tuay tn- vntca down wUnoni auv rrfcreuco t-o Hie merits of the atralMt Mr CaMwoll. but expul- been it Mr. Biraiust tn .wt on ilou down, may 04 vou- to Cold of all itituot IAI (v Tho of I'ubtic Iiidtructlou in VlriilnU reports a decrvaw lu the receipts of cao lax uiuliir IveK'inlaLivB act IM7U In 1870 tue collfcte.l wua anil m 1315 one, and in H71 H74.CWO. Ttiere H a Iti the kvcaJ wttu'h are from counties and districts. The bw- cnufte fur tQis dimlnutlou is tbe (tencrul ot tho the crops, and Ihe baruicd condnion of itie com- TSOUBLE3. rm Oat of BT Lnr.ix. March IT partial stnko of the on tho I.OUIH. Kaiiiii nt} cd Rallwir toot ylatro at St. Charles. Kanade Cr.y. ind aue or ottler points ou tbul rofttl ou Saturday uU'tu, and frt'Uhl- bavtv itoprnH and fpw dalivred Tbo ddiuaustratiou oul of n demand on Che part of ttia memborn of 4be Hrutfcerrxxxl of Cuapin, DJI a meiubor of tbo liroUietbood, and who hud tveen Itlren aa urioiild rr-? dlndiargtMl The cooipsay thu demand, uid ou Hatnnlay tvunlng, aa the freight cnuas arrived fliarlej. the enirtfieera left llielr Incomo- tir.'a. ind decilniMl farther (lervtce. tire- men. wipvri. other svmpathiied with ibf led a rloliim demonmratiod ,miy on.'lltsl bj- Vun Hor u uu a -fpfolal Lruiii trom hero a tile of wlio at ttio win and prevented moro iertons du- tnrbancfl. The nrlko on tbe road nerloimly in- travel from this point. At Kausaa CUT an eniciiin waa ditched m tiiru-lablo pit. anil tho uirn table destroyed, thus preventing anv engine tram being run out of ttio round- bmuf I'tie trains left cliv lo-nlgUt ju.irded uy Oi-pou ami rouiHl u h Horn aud nn road ro nil and h eJr pl.1( here, uyfl tho rs flu Wll. Van erfl. Dut tne u to Jml two tbe road will Uruther- bood MX W Grmd <'ulef of who ut trvooo wno were to orki-ic Hiih Clm pia to nalecly wittnlruw frum MIC ruiul- nut tiler werv uot du 10 nc: ill reaolt to of tLe Si trio from u at a Mo.. MJUCU Tho strike of OQ St. Louis. Kin. as uj-, Jllu- wny laannied ierioun cturai-ior looomoii vet Uave bfen thrown irxck dE Mooerly, arvd some proivrty d-tiroved. The water have been i and emery been put or running ualm d (.ompaiiifa A ai'd II of Uie Clty [0 co Uj, tne rilall [0 ,-e-, jnd pn-st- rvo urdei Marru iT_Woen iho.ifter- Nortti llnuojn Killruad 'ir- ,v la t uv itie MI! wf uith bat rcfiMod to vjondion lclutl-lJ t-ii in! U, ..-r. r pii, M.J on :ri... otitiu Emu ht re i! rnaO euju'i'Ti'i m tiid engineer t.i 1 U; v-t tDe train, arid the ni LI p-rniit tinn lo run trie t i THE PUBLIC BEBVICE. t n t i on Promo- tioai, 0.0A riKTKl March Preaidont fent tho following tiomlnmiona to the Senate WIIMtm A. to N- Hfcrctary nf the Treasury (leorgo 11 to be Attomey-Oen eral, Hamilton Finn to be Hecrciarv of blnto: hsm W Helknsp. to he Siy-retirv or Wiir John A. J. Crvnwoll. U) Coluinliiui Do lano, to bo Hocrcury of thn Interior, Geo M. to Secretary u: Uie Navy. John Cofortn. to In.. Aasiataut Attoniey-Cicnenil of tlm rinUx! PUten; Jobn N Parber. to be Marshal for ttio Wejiteni Dis- trict ot ArkauaaA Jonn 1" Ijine, to bo I'nltoil SUtos Attorney for Iowa; A. to be United Atlorncr for Delaware; I1. C. Shannon, to lni chief of thn .Supremo Court ror Jnmes o. to tw Chief Juntloo of. tho Huori'uie Court for New Muxlco J. s. ltorrman, to be Juatica of lfit  Pniirerno Coait for I'aiuUi; A. Arnnrj-ong, to be Marshal for MlnnevwU: Georgo la Aitoiocy fur tho .Vorihorn lilsliict of Ohio. W. M Hate-man. fnr tho PontbTTi ninlrlci of Olilo McMlcliael, United Attorney for the DUtrtct of I'cnunylvaDlA, A. P. K. SafTunl. to bo Governor of Arizona Territory Cotu naitifonl, to bo Hocrolary of ArnouaTerrltiiry; Frank Kail, to be of C-DlnraJoTen-ltorv n'ra. (J. to Secretary of Sew Mexico. John II. Sloveim. to lio Ili'ffiHlcr of the Ijnil OfflM of Ix-frrano. Oregon D. Chaplin, to bo Receiver of PaUUc Uaners tt Ixjjcranil. Oivgon Wm. II Utivatrlck. Co bo ol tho Ijuid OfiJce at Iviunuin A. J. Blrnmnns. lobo InJLon Ajrunt for thn lUlt lllvcr Asonor. Montana; II Itiompwon, of Maryland, to Couaul StetUn; -second IJcnt. H. B Bhenruui. to be Klrst IJeutcxuiut of tbo Fifteenth Infantry second Aa- Jonn I- Ilinnum to be As- tutAat Engineer trtlrtsl H4vond Ajwlstant Knglncor Aboolom Klrby for nviKirtion to Uio aotlvu lint- Chief W W W. to bo chief of thn of stoam I-iifflnwrlni In the Navy Department, ClLirlrn DiUIagham. to be Officer at Now Or li'ann. Ij. Pvitmcuim Now-Vork i N D at New Hnven, Conn MOBOH T Wlll-irJ, at( onconl. N. II.: John Criwhr. IL Mil- fnnl, .V. II J T Clarkxon, at Anu-nhnrv, Maim.; John K Mnle, at AiUnu. llaaa.. P C Yuunu. at HUM John ItatcJie'iler, I.vnn. Minn., HicJianl I'ltimincr, at Nuwbnryport. .Mowt.. K. V. MtrUn at Mvblelieml. MftM.. Oeorse II. Pli-r-vm. a.'. MMI, Hi njaniln F. al snrtnjii. N Y, J.I1. Merklin. at WeokiiA. ken. .V. J It. H Newton. N. J John I) cleanlier, Mount Holly. N J Simnel Dntton. MtMlloa. Pt-nii.: Jnhn IL Ikionon. rhipiilivillo. Penn P K Dlefendorfer, it Allenton-n, I'unn., It Cotincell.il tunlon. CharU-n M. WildfT. it Colombia S C II A. nr.de- aiChivrlwton. H. C.-. IVtt-r Cnsoy. it VlctfilitirB. 1C Union C1t7. Ind D Voiles, it Now. Album-, hid.. A. ItorraJl. at WtubliiKton, l-iit WI1P im M. >t Colunihns, Ind Dnnlet N at N ipli-rvlllc. 111, K. A Mafxin. at Banil with. Ill Mwird b smith, at IlalATla. Ill Wllliim H btttlwoil. Ilumlmlilt. Ti-mi J Do loictie, at Memphis. Tt'iiu. K. A ClarKc, jit Sjin Join, C'al. baninrl n Hrrjltn, nt Wills Wallo, Wasatnirum Territory Prink milurd. at Wvmboto, Mnna. Pond, at Wei lord, Ms.is Hull, al Wwt Mcrliti-n. Cinin., I- R Mall, it MerhU'ii. Conn liobort Erwln. at Ni-w-Mllfoid. Cnnn.: Jaintvi II. Ifuwrll, ax Fiir Haven. Conn Jnmea Ixiwis. at Wil bel William Ixifran. al IlaanrH- tflwn, MJ fcl K. llliafl at Colnnilitia, Minn.. Mrs. U A Corey, a: Adhtatrala. Ohio; J F (nrran, Delaware, Ohio. I.urlan I onl, Athoi Depot. J. H. Drown. Tanytown, N. V f. W. Alvonl. Towanila. I'enu Mrx. M. A. Loo. Hinindii- burfr. IVnn F. Troy. lVnn Charles W Eokruan. Danville. I'enn.: H. K. Hosier, AtUca Ind L. A. Hunirtt, Tern- IuJ A M. Ells- worth. IxiwcIL Mich.: K. W. Merrill. Muskegon, MiclL A. H. Tnrner. OrajiJ RnphH Mich.. llov- nolda, Hatea, Mich HoLcrt rpywrt. Ilethle. torn. Peun Jamea II. Morrli. Albea. loiva t; W lUxbfr. of Mlcljlffsn. to bo Tnlnl AKsIaUnt tor Of vice TerrrU, rtwJrneil. Colltetort Cuffonvf.-Hcnrv K. norrloit. at d C William n Nolen, for tho I.Utnct of Deiawaro; John f Colllnj, at Uniaawick. Marshall, al New Lomlim. Ciinn chaa. II. CKJoil. for Iho distrlr1. of Bolem aud lloTerly. Masa., WlllUm D II ire, for thn dinlrtel of Oregon Surrncrt cf U. Hollldiv. Wheeling, Wont Va.. Wm. Evana, I'arki'rsLnrn. Vs.; ll II btuphuns.iu, ClDctunail. Oiuo. I'Uluo lioriuiook. KTausvilU-. Iml TBoiuaa Penn K O M. iiooJricb. I'hlbvdelubLa, I'oun., 7. (inviipolnt, N Fialier. Cnlro, III; T Tiller. Alton, III I- l.use, THE CABINET. Eesipnation and Ronomination of tlio Entiro Oabmot Except Mr, Richardson His Successor, tills after S   Ijc Nnval OClcer at llucuin (roflp uomtedt- Ium U. U. Terrell, to Agent Indlanapolu. lud.; John A llnrbank, u> be (jmi-ruoror Territory, John W. Foster, of Indiana, u> be Farcy Extraorllnarv and Minister to Mexico, vice ThoiiiB. W. Nelson. of InJlaim. A of Ksu' MS, to bo Knvoy EitrtorJInsry ind I'li-nlpowntiary to Chill Cjrau Nortliriip, to be Cullecisr or Cujtonn fur tho District of Conn Hyron O Cirr. to Sapi-rvis. IDB of Steam boats for Iho HUOi Ijlatrfcl. Moiuton, removwl OeorRo M Du-ten. U) I Attornoy for the Bomlieru Dli- tnct of Alabama; Ueorira J. Ijaimon. Sluislial for Jumea Aihworth. of Internal llevcnne. Filth District of PeDiuyltania. vice M. rrruovixl A It. Ilainberl. of Ohio, rndlun for th.. Sari FOKM la iowa: O'Moaia Goodrich, smrvsyor or Cujtoias. Pbllsilefiihla, IVnn., P Smith, of New Yorlc. Com' of Indian AfTilrn. vice FniiicN A. Walter, rMifraed FXW Dirber. of Miihucui. Ttnrd Awuut' ant PoilmaaliT (.eueiil OeorKo Tnliod Aitonny for ibe Northern District or OIilo. Warner M. lutcniaii, AttinnBy forihe bonttu-ni of Ohio rraolxilimM -Tbonmu 1. Jainen. at New ork vico Patrick II Jones, rt'.ifrnol l.'ilc i April t A II Newark Julm J Kjiin. Furt Wavne Ind., Frank II Altoo.n. roiui N n slar- rr. New I lawn, Lonn A P A'a. Uohert II ood. Nntcliei MIBH Henry lun-oin N Ktfft-fT r Muney-jMHC HjrijUflti'. Mti.li. Nii ORiit its Tlic following u.n-Hl onlern huve tieen loaned [Xtect'it unit >n II itriten Itesr Iinruis 1 hixxlonjj anil Henry M alkn. from Uin Unhl-houie Hotrd Hem AitmlrM M. Sinlih. rroni Iho of tin- Asylum, Dln-ctor J. M. Foltx, from ttie Naval HooulLal lrt.J. U-oJ Dlrecior W M Wood, from tbt> inauector giii of botp'.Uils. ic. Orilrred. F. A. Parker aud Com. nitudiT John Davis, to tbo I.lglit IIOIIBU Ilonnt umiiiodore (Jeortu n. lUlrh. to ttie l.overTiunliip or tin N ind C'oiiiiiisinliT A W. Weaver to me Naval Aaj'luui Medical P. J Hoc lo Uie Hcwpliai Lotnnisodur II. L. detAcued from tbo al Ptnljulelphla and oidi'rvd to tlio comnutnil of llio iTlim ,hlp I'otonnc Coniiiianiler W. W. f OB the command of the rect'lvliis ship PoUiruac and iw Aojlatuul Kxecutlvu at tbo FlrHt Aisl-tanl KaBlneer John Ixisve to   of Jni-ob S.-innliii, No. l-.jst fouitli atu-r'i. Tlireo mi- kin.wii nH.n riTunim. to par f'-r drink, n nm en- i V." ,w.hl1'11 Hrs- wiui at.iblH-d ana .-niilclt himtelf Inuiallv be.Lten. J ieou tlii- H aljin '''JS Hvenne, whn entered nrni 't.uiiv. or Sevenij- ttii. irfi Blabl.fil to v injuiod, Tbo at to the Xeic-Tork Timer. WASHINGTON. Xfaicli rofiiKn.ilion of tho Ciihinnt lodwr. nnd the BulieeojueTit rr- ppoltitiuont of all tho mointiorg thereof, BUVO oiio, crvatod IOHS comment ttmu nny llko ovciit for ninny yoiira. As inMmati'd in tlicpo dlR- piitcbi-H liLHt niebt, tlio I'rrnldont liart drtor- la deckle tlio mutter to-day, and Iiooco culled a appolnl Ciinlnot niecllne nt 10J4 A. M. At that ulfM-tliic Sorrctary Hontwell tendered Ms roHlgniUloii In wrltllijr. and Uio re- members followed suit, vorunlly. Tlio rrosldent ItninodlRtolv ordered now np- rando out for nil flrwo Mr. Ilotltwoll, In wliORo plnco ho nuinlimtod AsBlHtunt Sccrc- tnry Itionnrdson. Tina appointment IH In pur- siinnco of nn Intention formed some time wulob. tlioiiRli It briR Tfnvcrod at tlnira. lion been ivlhorcd to In llio ond. Scorolftry Kictmrd- Bon's tej-ui of nITlr.lal however, will prulnibly not extoiid: beyond Hie of July. and it la nndorptoort flint IIP taken his official honors with ttlin nndor- ntniidloK. Tlio appointment of AfWlHtant Srcro- tnry wna loft to bo dotormlued upon horonftcr. It IR not imnrobnhlo thnt there may bo now ap- pointments In both ttio noHlataiil Boeroturyalilpi, Mr. Hartley bclnR onrodfor In another position. Tho now eoom llkolr to bo mndo from nmouir threo nnmos wliloh have been E. C, Hun field, preisont Solici- tor of tlio Treasury; ei-8cnutor Snwyor, of South Carolina, nnd Hon. A. O. Cattcll, ol Now- Jorsoy. Mr. Bunflold doca not sook the plncfl, and It la doubtful if be would accept It. bis profipnt posldan bclnc much moro to bis Ui8to. If Mr. Cnttoll should bo appointed. It will he with apoclnl rcforoiirn Jo fnrthorlup the uoeotln- tloiiB of tbo now lonti abroad. The Boanto wont Into executive sofmlaii at an onrly hour, nnd tbe Cabinet nppotntinoiitH, na woll ua a Inrgo list or others, wero conflrmecl, tlio former wiiboiit rofcronofl. As ui wbnt ttio rrcmdont will do in record to ttio TTOIMIIET July it IB not worth wlnlo to speculate. Even If ho Iins n purposo formod now, it IB llabln to bo cbanpod ere ttieu. AlttiotiBh the transfor of Fi-orotnry Delano from tlio Interior to tbo Trenniiry hna boon fliiu'cestod, It IB proper to stnto ttmt such siipti'fltlon proceeded from oarsnlo Houroes entirely, nnd tlinl lio ban nt nn time la- tunatod to the President nny doalre for snob A clmnco, or in any wlso Placed liliiisi'lf In tlio ponltlon af boctlng ttio eortfollo of tboTrenu- nry. H is wlilnn tho pornoiml of your fiirroHpondont, however, that outside of and Independent of Mr. Delano's hlinwUdiio or tbere wow a very decided sentiment por- muny SonntorH and niomliera of Uio Iiouso tin well nn others, tlmt either now or horo- Mich rtolmnco would ho a very proper ae well aM n very populnr uiie. ereC enemies wlio no_yer (rave nnythlnu will bnvn to Uke tho boo.il ID quanlltlou m propor- tion to tlicir wealth. Tho Kopublicnns nro mfttlne propnrallonp, that in C380 olcotlona for to tho Cor leu are ordorod to bo bold in Cuba they will bo ready. The flchool-nblp nercarr at Hi. Thouai ST. THOMAS, March 8, via HA.VANA. Mftrch Hcliool-ntiip Morunry, of Ncw-YorK, ar- rived born on tlio Int from Hlo Janeiro. Plio will nrubiihly nrulmi neur Wcatoru Cubn on tier wuv to Now-Yurk. Tho SriaiilHh stonmor Qilnverto, Capt. Il.tldi, from Norfolk Keti. M, for Liverpool, IIIIB ni rived at thlH port with Itor rudder nud ono ot her IiUHlH brotrun. Tho IlrttlHri bnrk Amoy, fnpt. McKonr.lo. from Swnnwa Jur. 28. for 1'rovidenec. wltti iron, him arrived horo with hnr Hlnftcd. IHrpatcfi to Uif Amtriatftl Prttt. THE not'TWKI.I. RKHlCNATtON Thp fulltnvinir is tlio corroHDOnilcncooullio oco.iRlpu of Mr. rosijrnutlon WAi-lllSijTOM, March 17, 1873. Sin Ilnvlnc elected to the of tlio United HtaUM by Uio Of MHSHH- chiiBoan. I inulcr uiy rouluimtloii of tho olllro of PT-rotury of tlio In soverlnK my olllolnl rolations with you It li n jrront Batisfne- iion lo IIKI that on all noonaioiiH you hrwo uivcn mo full ennflileore mjd mioport In tlio or my duties. In these four ydaru my earlier Hcaualntnneo with you baa ripened into enrnest porsonnl frlondihip willed I nm eouU d. oc will remain unbroken. I am yours very iniiv (Picned) OKOKOi: 9. BOIJTWEI.L. KXKCI-TIVF, MANHION, U. C., .Murcll 17, IB73. linn. Uturge K. lioiiltrcll DKAHHIH: In acu'pmiff your reHlimaliun uf tho office of Sncrotarv ol fiioTrcaaiiry, an nfllre wtilrh you have filled for four yenrs witll mien, aruisfucilon to tho country, nllow me to oxpreid tlio rotrret I reel irk aevurlntr offlclal rolMious which Imvo Ueen nt nil timed so uurceable to me, and (an I am twwilreil by your of re- BKrtiuttoni to nlso. Yonr ndniinlslrntlon of the Important trust ona Ikied to yon four years eluoo has bucxi BO ad- inlrnbly conduotea as to Klvo tbo prantoat sanofnct'on to me, becmna, au I reud ptibllo judgment and opiiron. It bos boon satisfactory to tlio country. Tlio policy puriued 111 thoolllre of Secioinry of the Trcwurv by your aucccHHor I hope mfty bo as RucceoHful at -yours ban been, and tLat no departure from it will be nudo ox- rcpt aa ozperlenoo aud ctnuiHO or circura- Hianceg may maho H uccoBBtiry. Alnona your now ofllclal W BO cm lea I iruwt you will flud tho aunio wurm frlenrtH nnd co- workers ttmt you lenvo In tlio executive branch of tlio Uovomnicut. You take with you my moxt sincere well wlahCH for your auecens ana Irgislntor aud an n citizeu. and tho assurances uf my (lesiru to coutiutio tho warm neroonal ro- Itvtluns that bnve oziHtcd botwoon us during tlio wholo of our ofllclul conncctiOQ. Very trmy yours, _ U. P. OUANT. FOREIGN NEWS. !TIr. Oladiioae Probnbtr 10 Retntne the PrTcnlcrshtp. March Gladstorio will probulily renume ttio Promlorahlp. In tho Iiouso of Commoni, this aftornoon. be stated that laal ovorjlDK ho njoolTod a oommunlcatlon from ttia Queen, annouoolufr that thero wng no prurprct that the Opposition would Turin a new Govern- ment. Ho rupliod. placing bis services at Ilor MnJoiCy'B Jisiiosnl, aurl lludortnkliiR to consult with his colloasuoa. They were now ecciiecd In coiisKlerlnu wbnt nlona tboy nhould take, and tie proposed tbnt meanwhile tho Houao adjourn until Tlmmlnv. Mr. Disraeli bnd Informed tho Quoon thuc Do was qinto pruparcd to organize a now inlnirtlry. but ionld not undertako to carry on ttio government with the preaeut Parliament. The UOUHO thouodjourood until Thursday. In tlio Houae of Lords Kurl Oralivlilo mndo a atatumoiit identical with ttmt of Mr. Gladstone In tuo othur Cnaiubor, olid tbo Dukn of UlLli- uiond roiieated Mr. Disraelt'H explaniitinn. Ttio sltiluc wafl tlicn adjourned until Thurs- duv. An Drtnonttrntlon in Ilydn Only One A rut Broken. LONIMIN. March douioustrtitiou uy llio Iilrth populatlou of this city lu favor of homo ruin for Ireland and amnesty tot tho Jm- urisoncd Fenians, for which arraBomcutH haro been nmluiiK fursotao tune, took pluce In Hydo Park yivflterday afternoon, and was participated in by .1 very niiinliur of people. The auttiontlcs mndo every preparation for the Bup- presaiOD of disorder, but there WM nu disturb- ance in one caeo. where an excited Irlsb- luiiu ntlacttcd of the Ureuadlcr Guards bo- u.iuuu tlio lattor bad on a red com. In ths sen tlio v. Inch ensued tho soldlcr'a ann was broUeu. D 0.1 of VnrltmtM Pampataoa. MAHHIP, March Government Inw recetvod olllclal Information of tbo drfenl near I'ainiialiina of ttie mined Carllnt Imndu le.d by Olio IVrulu Dorreparay by a force of Hpan- Isb troojis undnr Gen. Ciwtrano. '1 be iuciirroc Uonlats wore comiilctcly HednclBR Iho Dtbl of rabn-Rrpabllrnna Prrpnrictr lor the HAVANA, Siarcli vni Ktn Wi..sr, Yin.. March (leriunn Ilect luw nailed, and it m will vigil tlio port of York. The Debt CumlnlHuluiierH aiiuoiiiiru tlmt tliev will destroy liou.ixw worth of llio notca of tbo bimiuuii Hank niontlity. Woven and a iiuaruT nillhoiiB of the new loan havo been tilbacrlucd. 1ln  end n. Coublo coil of Iron, from nn Inch nnd a quarter to an inch nndia half In circumference, mid Is capable. In tho hmidH nf a man of ordln JSi-" streiiifth, wlthont any eitraordinarv (ff irt. of frnoturlOK iho akull at every blow. Fouler had bten a conductor on onn of llienn nirent earH be muni have known Ihe, rapacity for Injury of the weapon bo chore, and Uio Jury mlcht rightly prefiilmo thnt bo Intended to do what lio took tho most effectual meann within bin reach to accomplish. Ttio murtler was committed on 28ih of April, 1K-J1; the trial bCGiia on Ihe 22d of Mar ensuiuc; the verdict won ronuVreJ ou tho 25th, the sentence iiawiod on the, and tho Mtti of July WIIB fixed for hiuoiccutlou. Eirly In July, application wan in ado fur a commutation of the AOiitoncc, and oh tho 8th a writ of error wan filed and a stay of proceedings granted On tbo of February, 1872, tho iiulemi'iit was aftlrmod at tho (ieaeral Tncia In the City of New-York, and the 22d of March wad fliod for tlio execution of Uio eiininnce. Tho application for a commutation was renewed, and was de- nied by ray prcdiTt-RHor on the 1th of March. Oa tlm 1Kb of tlliit mouth n writ of error in tbo Conrt of Appeals, with a Htay of proceeding, was eranttd. and on tlic 2Ui of January, i H73. the Judumeiit WOH alllraicd by the laat-namod tribunal. Thus it appears that all ttio remedies pravidoil by law for contemum the rultntfR of ttie Judge buforo whom tho trial look place, have biajn eihaiiHted, aud thai IHH actlim IIUH hivon by tbo two ludlciat trltiuaalH havtnK coKiilziiuro ot tho latter the court of resort. Tho Quottlon prcBcnlcd lo me le. whether I shrill Interpose tlm uxooutlve ailtliorlty of Itie Htate and commute Uio penalty of dt ath, which the law to murder, to Imprisonment for life. In support of the application, it is urged thai tho verdict wan accompanied with u recom- mendation to mercy, aud tlmt It Is luc duty of tlm Kiccutlvo to consider tho one aa a parlor tho other. Tbls in no doubt BO far true, tlmt it Hbould commend tbo tu his mom careful and conndcrattun. It au appeal which ho elionld recoetilzo by reviewing all the olicunmnnccn, not oulv with a wllliiiKooiR. but n desire lo flnd m them a Justification for thn exercise of his clemency. Thorc la DO re- HUoDidUlllty under me law on tlic part of Juries In making iUch On the other band, the responsibility of tlio Kieeutivc inn upoo tliem In very dclicuto, whctlier they bu cnnsUlorod lu nilerencu to Iho opInhniH or tlm Jurors wbo mako thorn, or to consideration af public policy, which, as a ooimorvnkjr of the (rood erdorof ioolety, ho is bouml to regard lu applications to inltifral" penalties annexed Iiy tlio sialittu to crimen. prede.eeisor, no doubt under ttio influcnru of coiiHidoratlouti. or from tho belief that tlio criminals were initly condemned to death, refusal in threo to oorunnitn Uieir aoutcnccs. althoiiirh nruln mondatioiiH to mercy acconipaniixl ilie The application IH supported on another ground, which is moro and which been to mo a source of (front anxiety In oonilliK to a rlubt decision. A lurat; majority of IhoJnrorH, part of ihotu by aHldavll aud others hy written declare that some of their number did not believe Foster Intended to bill 1'ntnaui tt.at they ihoiiKbi imprisonment for life as a punishment oa he, deserved, aud that they would uot hnvo aitrcexl to render the verdict of murder In the flrsl deareo, involv- ing the penalty of death, if limy had not been assured by onn of their who profeHHcd to hnvo a knowledge of tliu law. that nucn a verdict, accompanied with a recommendation to mercy, would luntire a commutation of the sentence. With two tlieso HUUO- meulR aro all recent; and tlm two en tie.tr date moro tuan ton inuntli.H nfter ttio riitir- Oer WSH committed. Two aa ul- rundy stated, wero mndo to my for it cuiiiiniitalloii Of Hie lute an Maich, 1M3; and tlioru U no evidence that any such Btatijiiienl wiui presented to In in. nor lu (here any reference to ono In bin h itor dcuvliiK Iho Inner application. It In settled principle la tlim Btalo that ci- Juioro jwachlnjr the Tenlicu they n-udereu unuer the of llieir ontbi, will not be re- ceived by the courts in eupport or applications for new trials. Indeed, I bellovn It may u- stauyl as a rule fnr morn widely accx-pled. tbut courts will not suffer a Jury to explain affidavit thr of their lo show that Ihcy lutcnJed ftnicclhlnjr diflerr-Dt from Uliat thf-v found Whether the rejeetion of ench afUJiivliB ami Htiiteineiun d upon tliu rx-lief tliut, bv reanou of the protract) d di liberations of Jurirn Hi many slid the of opinion to be recolieileil In com I'IK to the n-qulBlte iniaiiiiuily, Ihi y could b" eunllv tiriK-urcrt; or whether they lw unou tboKroiitid liial.st .teiiienn made uii.l. r no iiiMhlllty riniiini be lo (Her llirow udjiiauiiiiuiin in.iiliv tho lush t'H, It can hardly In- doubled Hint llier tend, )f adinllien, to uimonli. tho ndminlslrallon of Jnmli r, mid r. n dcr exeenrlonH unfli r capital cu-ivieiloi H ne.irlj' IrnrjoHj-jhle. himtf (if Hie n asntm wlilcli m rourut in lefiinut to receive s ich Btale Dienit )n support of applications fur new tm.ln. o'ik'ht. In lo K-OMTU tin Executive In appiirntluDi for tho cumiiiulHilon of WMI- la the Judue'g cbarci1 to tin- Jury he said: Heforc you can convict the r of murder In tlio first degree, you must be Rationed from the evidence, not only thai Fouler killed but tn.it he din so wUh a premerlitnied design lo ciTocl Ins death and he v, us ihiia convicted by the Jury upon the rrcpoDslbilitr of itielr oaths. Outht tlie name perrouii to In- IM r- niltlcd, nearly two jearu nllerw-xrd, to show. In ex parto afllrtavltf' .....1 Kfaiementx iiuule n-i.'er no li'jrnl spouslbllltj. that tlieir (crdid w u. untrue 1 The iin-ccdent of ndmlittnc after revolatlmu of Uie fecret cuimiilialloua of the Jury room, for tho purpose of ninnilliiiK verdicts rendered ss tnio under the solemnltj of an oath, would be In sny eondltion of sociotv and lu the present dpflnnt reljrn of crime, such n precedent would be fraught with InflulU1 danger to the puhlic order. Kvery proper appliance vrtilch wealth anrt the tnflnetico of a moat rstlinahlp fmnily eould command, lint Ix-en employed to save Fuuver from the iw-Jiffjld. cajw but carried Uirough all tile courts Ly enitcont counsel the upluioni of p-ntlemen learned la tno law, ind earnesi applications from clorcyinen nud citizens In cood eianduiu brouuhl iK-fore me; and tho -widow of the-victim HIM come forth from her solitude 1n plead for the life of her htMlmii'I's nitinlerer. I have given to Ibeno aptHuilv nioni iiiotik'hifiii roiiHlrler.i lion. If there were any re imni to douht ihn t the law was riKMitly ruleu at Hie inul, or vnui Iho evidence fully warrnnlixl the Jury in render tlio verdict of murder in the llrxl dcgpi.e. 1 would K'T" 'be criminal tUi- of ttint doubt. Itut with ii llrni eouvletion that tln-n an no ernir lu either, ami iliat IH in caso whleti can i uiniiienil ll Mi I i eciitive cleuu ney, I cannot interpme to rnlncali tils IiiInlHlinieiil. I am pniiu-d to i-av this lo TOII ai'iin ci.ilinir IIH I do your blneerlty diid the imrity of yoiu lOtiveH and I desire (o annoniiee my di en-'nii to yollrKelf and Hie oilier resin-en-d clerf} nn u who have Joined in InicrccdiiiK for him in the spirit ot kind coiimderatlon due lu IhoiM' w hose sacred vocation i-eachex them to look willi ten trncAH upon the frailtlei of otnern. lolhc of the gentlemen in secular occupations, who have tu u.e 111 behalf. 1 have paid tbo same respectful coimldriratlon hut I am constrained to llilnk tliut tboy have neitlter (flven piifllcient fore tiKht 10 the coii'H'qiieiieeB or Whttl tlnv ask, If 11 were (framed, nor coiiBlderwl Mutt, with llio best iDU-iitlons we mny, b> nm directed symnuthy, contribute tincooicloiisly lo endanger the public tafctr and our own I am asked In disregard of tlic evidence and the judgment of ttio hlirticut Judli Ul tribunal In tlio Bta'.e on the law, to set ru-ido thr pcnuUv awarded to the most atrocious of criniet n seoms lo me Hint the Inevitable ffeet of a proceeding on my part, onder Uie clreiimHtanciM uf tbli OILHO, would be to the force of Judlelul lUotuioiK, and to break down the bar rlers wlilcli tbp law Las up for the proU e- lldii of human life. To tins act of social dlscr c.iliizatlon I ciimci lend ihe rxeoutive author ity confided to me by the peolile ot the 1 deem It due to the good order or society 'o say tlial, so fur as depends on die. the of tbe law will be inflexibly maintained. thxt every mail who strlkevs a iininUrous blow ni (he life of Ins follow, must be ni.ida tu feel thai his own IH in certain peril. If cannot In firm nessof purpose attain thin end, we injj bo to llio dlhlieartenint tnitli ttint there Ib iiothiiii! so eheup or so 111 protected an life. I RfldroflH this to you hecinsr you wure tlio first to apply lo Ciuv, Huffman and the flrsl to apuly to 1110 for commutation of Foiti svlitsuoe. It In sent lu sincere wuli you, his ervrly advixer. itnd with hih aQllcted noinc of w noui I know and Imlit In the bieheut osn-oin, lint wllh the clear cun Tlctlou tlmt I am performing au luiperai.ve dutv. lam, (Uar Hlr. with unftlKoed n-sin-ci ui.il rnlccm. vuurH, JOHN A. Kcv. fcTH'iiKN II TIMS. U l> Fotir-Fifthp of Lmwrencvbiirfr, Ej Bnrnwl LOFF in Ogdenzbnrg, H. T. Elvna Oor.flagraticm. ,11. Marrli 17 A niwial frcn F-uiUnrt. K, I i tt.c iayi A Oro ixriirml u( Ijiurf (Cliiira. Ky on Krldny hurt, rti nirnviuE fi ur 1'fili- nf the umn MftDT fami- lies IIHII i rii.ilirdl liomrieiA Tlie Buui IxfciNl itrirc in K- Uie feri Mi. el t- -l.-ucr of the fire nl l-iwrf mi '.uri.- Ihm tbfl fire liepin In a liur re i.rr on Hilnrdny niRbt. an d IK n knli Riul the FT rvmp in1 fl'e f ID ihe place. HIT in.nrj portion of tlic Innn wa.' (leMrmid liiu.n wen Nun 'in the iiali Hu'uhr. ihr f .1- HIIH 1 nrrn. Vi itlierKiioun linut. aud every nn IIOU-M- i in ]U s tlmMinp The IOM full In 11} ui.nii the ru'.r-enn ot an tin- In nw wire ci ncni 1) owcodl'T llie on ui'Mitn. fi-iil Mn n wan r.nn lll- irsnrjiiire 1 I r KIM il In mo nnd tin1 .V. im Sin.n- i ;in r mi niu-4 KO fer bin tin Hiiiniii i It i .1 A imliln IM k- w in 11 to f.irlhc vnrin.iM- i f ..T..-, r. lief f.ir Itr nif fcr ,M Oc [.Fviirl'r; y Mur, >i r A nrr heir )i Nti-rilitt il.Mrui ,1 II, lul.li'i.-i mend ni f.-nni Kcril in r Mn rtr BMH from J H wllh n ilir rsn-r 'Ilir .'rt.in W A Hun A hum Kclloie A f Hlltl liliml Hid rninur Ttli> U file iroU.Liilo of (ito oxi riir fire :il (i.-tl.-n-burc. on Fuodir whrn under fall Itn- tin elioii of W U Alfcn V> dinv-t Ai knd uiornlnc. wnn hpHiluay In A- Ci. on wrrr tnrir fnrr frir'n K'i Mm n i UK Al i'u> B vjLrjrH nml ,1 II Mnrimn'i> urn t-ri w. .njcn bui d- eiiniuiiird T ii flam i thro rrmutxl WRIT t.) Maihic IU.K UK-OKI by .Iriim-n Ini V> In ftorl HII.I It.i- fuLslr o( ihf UU> Htniin hiillwi-11 Jr Khil iilHu to tl r of ibe Tutc'DMUnnii a. I of wlHrli wi-rc n OacxMl us ro It H I'lii i n Ituron, n mr J'niuon. HT Hnil fur ihr fire f viir no lij- Hun A H nun U grorw-r IBIItll IT K IIL i A U illiHrn Chftpln. IriiHUai H I nice rmiei 11.il Ilii'r. oflleet ul id, r Woii' nltT'-t li> (he slime lul liln.K" 1. t' (illiln. runniiinliii. II. u me wlriKl Ii' llli i tvl anil h, ml Tin wo ilen lirulil Ine up ihe limit df the Mwr u-Jii.d bT Hubert All hit. n nm' o .Mr m a dj i IHHIH- hill] I'.ft ni. on. l- I'll loinl of thft lH llli IHI, f t -1111111 Ml H Hillinlin lllu'lit lu w f.Hiiji mi H n j; i l.i J .1 nl nul i'U rurn n i (id o on w f.MiM nr nno Tun v.'lli the aiminnu or tbelr h. tlie fljori Hi n.mi I llrutlirn  0 llHt I'f liniiii H iini- IHTT n.i.ili jmhl.i In wlmuon to wui I'm ir. March IT il n-.'lunf wlilrn In Hiiihl'd fnnr. w HK DuriiMl i HI uiiDul la iui Tlie Tbf> I. rlmri Tbe Mm HI'-Tiiw v Pei.n. .Mnrch IT A tire broke out thli irioriiinir oy winch lH-'ort> u jm, were de-imyrd The loa ennmatcd at tso.i'o A tierce (rale wu blorwlne durlncihr flre All ihe di-stmyixl, cx- rw'pl Ilie cliurrli, w uw hv Wm A t-ni 8 ol I'll IHdeiiihui.v in fJO.Oou iiiminiucr nuknown MIIUAIKKX. March 17 The Uniilii-n-' Manufiieiurlne Worts, Two -wen di fin- liul ilaj lllihf IAJKK. J60 "Oil 111 ijl K. M-reti K A flre at I'alu tlr.n uiorniiifi turm-n Hie ilr} ilora of 1 u'uiliii e Ili4ileti InaarAuor I1UUO >r Mo Mnrch IT -llieilrj (nxnln nf J 11 IT .e: I L 'i i'i K.uli- liiwa.'wnff lust nielli. Tin In-ui ii. fj-i inpurnnrc H3.00O. The f1 r i wu- lln un FIBES IN THIS CITY. fi mfrm timnm In K tg hfti- 4 rrm Ajtrf vrrr j o'rlwck inoni- out In He nt or Ibo Awulllov All viHitors dciiUHl untrancc to tin- Tomhi. by order of the (VHUinlraion of and Corroftlnn. In view of the appro.ii-MiiR oifpiitlnn of KoHirr on Fmliiy next. Tuc prison was ae itlll (is Uir-irraYp. eten Hio ynBiilicrB forbcuniiR conreritanoL. Fioier by iiln wile Mid tirotbor. wlio were vmh linn fur HDMTiil lioiirs tic itrerneil 10 ure- hlo Uhiiul nl'1'rarnnci'. THE WEATBLEH. Probn Marcli A. 11 P.ic lin- rotni UT'IIRS rlnfii Blnre t-iiniliu Dltht In the Middle and Kintrrii t-tjitcn. bill IH now In liio former .VortliiM-nt wlnda nnd rlrnr wejitlier prevail ou Mm huulnnd COHHI Itclil nlniU utnl ruliuH nn lln- Mulitle Allunllc muni. h imiii. ti-r. linr III rnnri i) winit- in il i luiiiU nn for the hi tnti Afl.-iiuir J-ijiHn. wi'li i 11- in Ue riil Hi I I 'i' "f 11 r i ihiiir Ilnh ll r pm i' n 1 1 ii n J f  IM- fl'lh floor, and oomider- atue c.immK'e u ii enaUiliieil M tbe of the tiefiire UK weic 
                            

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