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Washington city, d. ctuepay morning, march i, 1870.
V'& -. rM wM i 1 III Tl a BBnfflllH
TT USE EN A WfXK.IABIBJ,
1 AtietioDMrt and Baal Estate Brokers,
Ornoi Bflito Tttririti er reaite cwoeis, l
la-pa rtM f art ofth Cltr Gouaeila, ap
rvd jaiaary J. ISM. - Badra1tBd b
llrd of t-a Third 41 trial, off-r at pabfl attl
TUESDAY, lb lat dayftf Marsh. WtO, atb
prttalaaa. ihaitaJQabl pr-prtr tlBBUd th
vraat A tad Third atraata, thtt. Lota
Iifi thiofj jaowk M U "OLD CAPlfOt.
HM T, mabVKT,'' PoawMloa to b slfta Jal?
Tor-St 0htUt-h, tb Mat do It a. (I) SB
ia (10 aaoBtka, with tlrat fr tb day ' '
b parcbaaai clritff his aotaa, nttafartorUy ta
pas of tha iiraktMi.
i m DDftur4 usuai win t
AaHoa f .r
T J. T. CO LDVtLL CO.. A !.
HO. vii I'entiiTifftnu avaaut, between
BALR 07 VALUABLE
Br vlrtna of lMd of treat, dtd Vki lth day
of tmbar, IS , tad dly-r.grdd J Url.i
AM, follolT., .,arihalrordaforWaih j
iB-toa Mtttr. I th IHatrlrl of C-.riw.bl a. 1 abslf
i Ml . TDUTtAT. tkilltitr
All at aaklla aa
f ManhSSrrtf.ai 4lo.Br m,, la froat of lb
praiiMi, til iuipwNoiiriM ihwi u kdi
B. 11, tBtqakMlM-ltfroitlav M ftatoa 6 oik E
atri, blwaThmalh had Vnrtaih ilrt
Ml, raaaiac bk SH fttl 1 UekaaVU 5J
Trnat'f349 ctih.tiUae t.1 ani.tvilT
B0kth,wltt Iairl,ftk4 itar4 T ar i4 of
All oit7AoU( 4 rtMaaa ttampi tt par-1
tiMr' oi, ririy 4lUli will t raalrtd dowa
'"'" liumi,. Boron..
i. T, C0tDVTll,LJl(JO 4
fatl'dtde , , AattlobMr.
BT1T.JU WALL Co , Aetloocra,
Nw Marbla BuliaiDf.
Moa. 900 Aid 604 PaiaiyltaaU ITlilt aad
IXTBVIITI 8AL1 OF KSW AND lidOVfV
HAND JTDRBIITOBB. KutlWQOp i0Af I
r? Ua TO MO AT HORB1IC0. Wife a 1 itn
Vmaaalag alllo'alock. wawlfl nil, oa lb
m lra( I wr ar wt patoa al'oo, a laraa
1 lmlack t wall. mala kid Jaalrahla Varallara.
mL f wall.ma4aaad Jaalral
Thraa KoMwood Piaana, CoTr tad BtaMa
Tlra WalaaiparUrtlalMi. diffral patttria, la
lira w'alael Ca twUt Satto.
WaJaaiaajl OaJt tuaalsB Taklaa,
Ratrelota Parlor Chalra aad Uockari,
twa. kaaaa aid.Uarda.la Walaal kid Oak.
Mara1 lap Baraaa aad TakUa,
ood. aad Caaaaaal Caalri
I'uuniii. won, iuuih
Halvaaakhark U,il.ua rutK Ua
Jarr HniMntUaiw' Writlaf Daak
Iw WUail Markla Up IU arJt,
Tbraa ralaUAMarkla-WP Colli a lalUa,
With Ttrltir ,l otatr coda aaaaeaaaair lo
ftadUloa, Uwbteh w rail fapadal altaalloa of
oaaaaoopara aaa aaaiara
Tana i Allaaaiaaadart30aak. Aal tka Wl
aaaaoaftaradllof Ulrir lair daya, fatkotM
,. W. L. WALL ft CO ,
ApttfclUula wlllUka plAcaal SWawUk Bar-
raau. oraar llaklaaatb aad n atrMtaf Waafctpa
taa, D 0.. aaTUBaDAT, Hank I, WTO, at ll
oaiocK, a. m , or ibo rouawiac aoadanaad Qaar
tarfaMWr'aPropartr. Canpaad Oarrlaoa Ia1pi
ataaad Ordaaaea SloNa, aalalta la part af
BT UREKI AVriLUAJfau
AAtloDrtf aad Kaal Eatftta Ilroktr,
If a. W aoalhcBit aaraa? ot Bcriaih aid D jt.
ahd Effects olrTHKKfhK&ooDHou.iL'
daud Fabraarr 7. A. P. 19W,-aJ,
la. 1. rolfa tJ0f. ait .1 wlTl Ml
iblla aaatlna, oa lb a praraUaa, oalu4C3bJ
,r.. . .i.,.v.:..r17,.;"'"i
KWilOD HOUSK, eoraar of PaaaiTlf aala
laa Tnroa Xeara w ia front to ftnt dar i
kaxt. at tha vaarlVhtat af f IvaThnaaaaS 1
Alan, ib hoBaahold rraHart iUraa, Flalarta,
at ala aaaltftlT nnaiba. for v blah tbaaaUaof
lb parvbuor, ba&rlaf lataraal from tha dar f
A QRUp WltltAWlJ"""'
Uf IChroa Utar)- i Aaattooaara.
7)T council A LATinr-R, Anet'ra.
X9 (SaatttaorBto jai.u.neunirtatuo.,)
raiawait aora-r i rvaaariTaaia arm tia
nBurt Aifn agoDWDH BifDAfi oirrlrtii
BTBKtT WIJT,.ETWKliiiAMD F ITIRITB
Uadaraad hr vfrtnaof adaad of Iraat JUA Jn
harr W, 1 aad raaardad It Llbav T aad Bigtt
It. Tj folio tlaial of tka IbbA raoordaLnB
for VrajklaaWBooaalrtD. O.. I will aalj, atEA
BBiiaaveiitiB oa thuksdit. tha am iiisr
araa.a., u,ui7ih at o'iok, p. a ia rroal of
ia nraMlaai.all tknaa nttnaaaaJ niiuii af aii
Tiai aaa pii ii wunifiia tiir, D, u.n
iriai aaa aia ia wuiiiiuia ir. o, u, aad
kaowa bb thawkoUorlntaJt. 11 kid 11 Bad lb
toatb 14 rt B lachaa of lot Ho.i1.1b Mitrt aaai
and 484. hariat a froat or 13d faat UK la ,, oa
lh waal bm of Flfib atrt wm, boiwaaa X tad
F alrtata aorta, rat alar baek to a parad allar
aad ImproTtdbr that anbalaatlal aid fcadB,a
Tkrao atorr Drfek raaldaa, with brawa !
Irtaralat. aad all modtra t nip i-ot (. ,
Suela tad CarrUaa fla.i oa tba pramtw a, Btroal
ftllU J Mi
ITaraia f ak t Oa fovrta h, talatrt la klf.
It aad lhtaa moaika.wllb lataroat aaaarod
rdaadof tratt apOBth pranUaa. AU mbtt
! U niHUVIWDp. !!
lyvui itiair(i at tint aaiv
4UU9 t, MiliUmUn
OTIRMMIHT BALI OF ASTHEAC1TI COAL,
Ivl of Aatkraello Coal. oattaikUd ai atTittlytTO)
i arsia. uaa a aar or aaia.
H.....s,0aaaD, Va , rabriarrU
. Will b aold at pablla aaatloB at (la
Lraehbarr, Va, , oa lh eib dar f 1
I6?a M I
Brarat CoL Chlaf Qoart'r.
TVUE EVESIQIIT accurately tuitep
-xoith I)bhle or olktr Spedadit by
merely answering. aeroqiustiom.
Optfciafi, National Hold.
W1IHIHGT0X I1CT1 MD 1IPIEH1HI,
III JCBIOUST CoMilTTM of tk ltM
It lim conildulos lh McQrrbn cut,
aoit yeaterd, herd ,n arfnmtDl frott Mr
Shaw, of Keir TorVyio hror of KcOw
IKTIMIIL ltltlSOl RtCIinJ JtUrdT
were I,07,W8 43, for th, month of rtb
rnarr, I12,0ie,9?0l. igalgst 110,372,997
for tha oorreapondlOK month of laat year
Total for tha prcirot Ileal jtit, tlll.OM,-T18C0.
Il ll btateo that tho bill ta admit Geor
gia to ropTttefitittoq will ha opposed by
Jodfo Bingham of Ohio, on the cronad
that Coogreii haa one, declared Qaorgla en
titled to representation, and admitted mem
ber, to ieat, In th, lait Bonn.
fltOTM. Etc .
KPAI1U FOR ff
i WALL'iOrui Houia.Mrl Kolert Mc
Wada bad ft fair hooM, and bti bli render
toKof "Kip Van Wlakla. ThitcoUl
be repcutdd to-night. The torn p toy eDsased
are well known .me, and rendir Jr,Ic-
wade good BtipporU
(i. ! ',.iU . .
Tni roBTUOuxsi Mii0 Cburlet tl
LewU, of Buckingham conntj, Virginia! a
brother of the Senator and treararer of the
Commonwealth of Virginia under Governor
Plcrrepont. will, It U bettered, be nominated
for the FortDgucse mlaalofl.
Tna noesi Coitmittm o KltAL Af
PAtsswlU meet at 10.89 o'clock, to-day1 to
hear an argnmont from General Blocum In
faTor of the remoral ot tha Brooklrn batj
yard. After to-morrow the committee will
meet dally at 10 oc.oek for the purpose1 of
coDhtderlog the ftaffqaeitlon.
Qui. BontHAH )M0d an order yesterday
that the Fourth unitary district, which was
composed of tha Bute of Mississippi, bae
ceased to exist, the Senators and Itepre
senUUres of that State baring been admit
ted to Congress. The State Js attached to
the Unitary Department of the Cumber
land. THB COKUISBIOBf II OP ISTIRSiL HlT-
bob has decided that all persone paying tax
aallqeor dealers must pay additional tax ai
apothecary' where they also sell medlclnee
compounded from physicians prescriptions
to an amount exceeding f 1,000 per annum.
Also, that gas companies where Bales of
eoke and coal tar manufactured by them ex
ceed $1,350 per quarter, are liable to tax on
their salea ae Dannfactursrs.
TJ OY 111 SrOVK PAOTOItTi
Y-rti wiMtia a'rifi.'rr.ir. '
(vakaiK tlanrf ail.
BRIHa BAMI AMDaOMHERoF 8TOT
u m m pv i if.
Tarpaaur'a Too la
I la Cat
Utrrlaoa aad ltor7lBsBaddl-blaekau
PUE Axta BaddUi'a Tola
SihCAaa!t.PrprtrlBtm4T4 tt dar oj
a. . '
Br eriar of lh tttrotarr of War.
Cart FinkCaTiltT Btl. LWat.' Ct, U. 8, A,
BT C1IAH.1T. UOTELKR, Aaet'f.,
(dueetiaor to J. O. MeUntra A Uo.,)
Corawof PaBaaylTABlaaTBaataad Talbtlrat.
TROBTEl'S ALB Op"vALUABL IWPnOTEO
fKOPEKTT OS THE WEsT IDB OF
TWELFTH BTKElf "FST, BItWBKJI M
ion kTitifd m Art ii v
ll virtu of dd of trnaLbcarli
dt Ik Slat dar at Uaaaabofw Ai D.15C8.
a iiiiib saw .'
ad dalf rcordJ oa thai
10W. IB (.1 Br aaa m.
ft of oa
. at ab!
. y, iwiiv oa. w, aaa
partua ear4 ikrkr
I, at r-abll BBatloa, th pranla,
tiui uivii ai Korm.rT. .
i&TO at-Ao'clotk, p n , all f Lt laturvd '
iaOUaa Drar'a aabailataaof adtax aambrtd
wohaadrad aad libtr oa, (tsr,ath ueuli
rordd la Ubar M K, foil SIS, la lb ear? ror's
o0aarWahtBCoB Hr. DlatrlU of C1aabla.
wlihr jarpffarAata. )alatlar of a two.aUrv
Haaao-aalA Inirromtla S3 faat o Twalrik
i.ky ftdapthof l3fai WtaeiiM,!
I aitar. I nia ia a airDa pi
alii Twj tbouiaad t laraaaabi a
r It 4. Maad IS DjoBtba Uaa hai
rrii .i .vr'.n
v-Tb at3T Upoatitaaad taWIDJIBS
PAi. rtoraarr iDnttavjati'atn
. CUAELB9 w. Buriiii
Mab ilai, at FVaffeVWlKFAT, J-.--.
CHAKLIS W. BOTXLIE, Aaat
falT-ida. I Strf
BE. A ail,
DTCOOPKRA LATlMrR, Aklffj-B
ll fHuMMinn trt J. 11. M(S ulr A (la...
Boatbwtal rtr af PaaaarlraBlt treat tad
TnUSTII'dJALl or TALrJAELRIHp
PROPBETr OsTrotTRTfaNlU Affil
TWEBM P ABU Q ITttBBTI BuKTH.
n. 1. at folio in. akdattBr4ai
', Will Mil. at pra
fk O.ll d4f Of AJjrek.
SIIAYriKE,nN FRKNCU CORFEC-TIO-EUY,
mas pxsrbtltaxu Avxaux.
BatWMB Twtinb aad TklrlMBla. Blrla.
1BTH TTtnrtfiina kmiDitm urov.
TIOSB. PlHRBlta.aa ,&., ftroUksd at abort
4iBdiaodraM larina. riratelaa wallan,
btadaifiD labia TBBnala. all var war. Af j, A ,
raraUliad I prUa. Th tafalOrtana aad Wa'ar
rai Bw V(m IB aillKBI IBBfT
juMfern iij sUArriKLD.
"" TlM A tn IKB
:b. BiniaaiiBi kiroBf.araii
nari.tt tfutr aa atarr
old oa aaTtvraia atlh
atnlaBtlldl blroBf.darabIi arla
iihiui iiiii nam
i"r Ua,10 W aUtat. ppott lh PaUat
Ofla. ' 'bVOm
Stereotyping and Electrotypipg
Xf UURAT A 1TAYNE,
bireoijra ana Electrolrpera.
071 Pbstltaia Araacm.
pilRTKBl I.aAIA. ILnOI MET AT. VOKHf.
fUKR,mad a iaarl aaaarlBMat of BUBlHIhB
"" s5 Breett op eaalU Post Oake OepartniaBb
CokfihvatiOsb. The Senate, In execu-
Ure session yesterday, confirmed the follow
log nominations t Rodney W. Daniels. Col
lector of Customs. Buffalo creek, N. Ti
QeorgeTJ. Goodwin, AsseaBor! JnteniEl Iter
enue, Tint Wisconsin district Max Weber,
Aucaaor Internal Reresne, Sixth New Toik
district, nod T. J. Gardiner, Zact B. Brooke
audWtn. Martin, Jnatlces of the Peace for
tho District of Columbia.
Tub roLLOwixa hatal osdebb wero
Issued tyestrdayt Captain M. B. Woolser,
from tlie South Atlantic Sect and place! on
walling orders Lieutenant Commander
Charlea F. Blake, from the Xaral Academy
and granted kick leTCj Assistant Paymas
ter Robert I rauldlng, from the nary yard
New York, and ordered to the- Palos; Bcr
geonP. S. Wales, from the Portsmouth. and
yaw w wliB - ""Oa Aaaa !?
ant PaymasUr Tohn 9. Banwtt, to tem
porary duty In tho bureau of provisions and
TnaroiXowiNO Is tbo report of IheUnl
ted States currency for the month of Feb
ruary according to the monthly statement t
United States notes, old lisue, tlog.9T&60
United Bute notes, new Issue, t29(SW,.
03i UnlUd Stated' notes, Issue of 1800, 127,
lM.OCSi nt year 5 per cent, notes, $177,937
two year 5 per cenU notes, tM,003.60 two
year 5 per cent, coupon notes, I33.C03.50
compound Interest notes, la.iftT.WOj frac
tional currency, first Issue, ,oi,ooo.97
fractional currency, second Issue, $3,427,
&7l.8Cj same, third Issue, 14,38517.43)
same, fourth Issue, 917,70383.40. Grand
her, tint appearance here In the rob of Ar
line, Mlse Fannie Btockton. the first con
tralto In the company, U sutTerlog wltti a
BCTpro coiu, on wiU DOTenooicBB, appemr
la the character for which sh.e Is cast
lUnder this dlsadrantflgo, the publle will not
bo too critical.
Tub iwrBaiAL Uttohab OaDsa or Mbo-
jiDiE-nis Imperial Majesty, the Sultan,
has transmitted to Dr. William A. Brown,
through Ills Excellency Blacque Bay, tho
rr.vtt. mI.I.i,. ttTi.l.liiinii 11.1 4,a.
ralloa of tho Imperial Ottoman Order of
jMedjtdle. The UttyldU Is one 0! the hand
somest and most highly prized of tho deco
rations of Europe, and has always been
glren out with great Jealousy and caution
In order that tho groat honor of lu bestowal
might not bo lessoned or Impaired. Next lo
the OmaiHit It Is tho highest booor within
the gift of the Saltan. Blacque Bey, a gen
tteman of great In&ucnco and distinction In
Turkey, received the decoration only after
twentt-flre rears of dlofomatle service Tbo
plmiqmi U worn by most of tho sovereigns of
Earopo, by diplomats, tamnt, and officers of
conspicuous services and merit. The foun
dation of the dec9rat!oa Is similar to that of
the Cross of tho Legion of Honor, In France,
and U given both to military men and civil
ians. Tho jewel of tho,MedJldlo Is In sllrer,
la the form of a star ot seven polos, tho rays
radiating from a conlral device In gold and
red enamel, which encloses a dlk of silver
bearing the BlvnlUa or Imperial signet.
Th6 star Is suspended by a crescent In red
enamel, and hangs from the ribbon of tbo
decoration, which Is red, with, a narrow
green, border. Sometimes, In very extraor
dinary cases, U Is given set In diamonds of
tnany thousand dollars lrfYalae, as la tho
recent Instance of tho Prince of Wales, who
wa Invested with the Order of ittljldi oa
tho occasion of bis visit to" Constantinople,
The rvhan Is red with narrow green border.
Persons trho have had the honor of a deco
ration generally prefer to wear simply a
email bow of tho appropriate ribbon, or the
houton of stud, on the lappol, noless upon
very formal dress occasions, or In fall mili
tary uniform, when the tracMt Is moro sp-
tiraad Zasqnerado af the BaousKr-
The annual masqnerado of tbo Washing-
ton EKDgerbund took place last night at
Masoulo IIalI,and was by far tho most nalquo
and lntcrerttog that baa been witnessed
In this vicinity for years. A Terr fall or
chestra, led by Professor Doach, discoursed
sweet mule Daring the early part of the
evening tho throng of Buskers andslgbt
seers was so great as to render dancing Ira
Tba display of costumes, both fancy and
cuaracicr, wri pi-maiu, moro TancucB
being exhibited than at any masquerade we
remember to haro visited In this locality.
Here were kings and queens, lord and ladles,
bootblAfk and monkeys, peasant girls and
harlequins and frogs. Irishmen and Yankees,
MShoo Files" and Hamlets, Indians and
princeanower gins ana soiaiers in ran,
every nation, caste orfahci was represented.
In suca a ereat throne, where so many cos
tume wen wall conceived and acted, It
wouia do impossioie to ao jasiico to atij
therefore we forbear to mention names.
The feature of tho evening was tho grand
procession which took place at IO1SO o'clock.
Prior to this Apracramme Printed In Ger
man had been distributed thrftPt-hout thg
conilst!At"The tlmo specified tho signal
was given and the cavalcade entered the ball
la the followlog orden First, tho band
clothed la parti-colored paper costumes;
then came the chairman of the committee
af arrannments. Mr. A. Hartt then six
harlequins, Messrs. Wangemao, Altschub,
Dleterlch. Splubauer, and. W. Ilagemaan.
"Falstaff" by Mr. W Guess, came next
3, A.BUFF. Troa.
Voshlngton City Bavlngl Dink,
Crat r HaaMib trt aad LBlflita avtati
v PAYB INTEREST OB PBP0S1TI,
Bitaaa. oa SATURDAY,
---, -T.---i7-j--i-.-r.-ii -.-.--.. :-.-.
il Bi n, (ill jot 10 mi, in aa aa mwi
IM IDtraBr, win Mil. at
1 m(ddIoa of Ihr boa
batllpoBBaTiiloia.aadiiaib k all tha-tod
TkakBuaatdna, tad for praiaBt of whleh tba
abo"aa-lilanada,M a3,Ii), with tatarati froat
Jtat'TT la lBtO
Tarnat Oa half aiah, f whUb 100 tanat b
depoaltad wtib. aattoBr aTbaK lb praparlr la
iirackot'UtbprcBkarl tadtb iraofda -tUhU
If a dor afiar tka aal, lb k.Uat at ill aad
iwalr mOBtha, with tatar-al from Utdaref at-.
to b aacarad br aota of tb. pur abaaar aad a daad
of traatapoaibtpraivaair. Bboatd Ibaiarraaaot
- ..F.li.Jt iih I. -I Java afla- aala. lha -a.
aaall io laiur fallal, an Jib proparty I b iaa14
apoaEfvdarf'aoiIcolata VAfiOBAk Btnatvi
cBkVattb risk atl tuai pJ h 4afaalUas par
wBFaala( sad tSwVlwn j fiVa' M''
)T BJOIlt.U 1.ATIMEB, Anet'ri.
ftliiM.iinri Ia V 11. MaUuIrt A Uo..l
Botlkwait eorarr of raBBTlraata arsaat as4
JAY COOKE & CO.
Bay aad tU, tl aartfat tiarb! raUs,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD,
ANT. HTI.VKIt. '
0r:t fr Bloaka aad Boad prtapUr XMat.
lauraal itau Bum pa far4ahad.
ir.it Cioli ' ' hiatal W. iruii.
CH03S & WAXBH,
SEAL ESTATE EXCE1ANUK BROKERS,
Ma- 3.T l....rlvKal ATUil,
, atXTIJ .D MT-
JOIIH B. AUEISOH,
IUiL ESTATE AGENT,
rinlilrMlMU aaa r.aiiTlTaai. .T.aa.,
CI10IC5 DDILDlBa LOTS, O.tlt.l HIU, In
HiUKUM kVD Mir, IB .11 ,llt.a( u.ri'j'.'
..ia... .. IVlu
HOTELS AND BKHTAUtUM'lU
urn nuanr m.aiCHUitTTa avaiivi,
LH rUUKlllflUI.lH.il f9.
raMiainf WurilMa. rain v. la tha Dlatrlet of
Colo-bl( tba anb.cribar will ! Pablloaa
MUJ.v,Sia aaia aar oiamarao. to. v. a.
N--U V.iltllTBKNTll MTBILT. Ma. 131A.
Hrlrtaaof a 2aad af Itaal. dalad th latt4
dar f Jaaa, 1817, aad dalr racoidad la Ubr P-ftl
10 EBo 0. foil 110, Ut-Q.. 0or tkaUadatS
raeoroaoi waikaioK coan J
tB'aiioaa.p . Ifoaioi taa pr--iaa, inn ,-.
of orlflaal lot aanht rd tl.la a a,ar SIT.aa plattad
aad raaurdad K tba borrayor'a ods la Ik aktr (
W-ahlaataa. Uif II. IHffT. .f.iil..lhaSr.faaU!
lb aid lot lttrl
...ikt Ia Ifa.aa Kail'
facatad oa tbaSlat dajr f
ralaaaaJ hi iba
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March. ISM. aad
a-ribaf to hfoa KallT.
I."k.r V 't, lam, aaq jr
4 ii . folio 11,1-eoftb
lantl raaoraa 01 im uinn voiamuia, aai iui
, ji(i ..in aad part of.Ma.MaokUlafaBT. 401 ai,
nwr or tnpntf ad br ltaat .aad atari r
nawframa laaldaaM lw atort aad.La.aiBaai,
wltb Maaiard roof, oa t maiiU i ratiH fo.aJa
t a.aBlt'Bd wltk Iroa rail! an at praatoa.
pldlr -r. J. liarrr ThonDwa. Aplaiaflb
prapartrinaya a oa lb prainlaa at t'(
lali? fEUPiOHripblaaatoi-aUia ao-ihaial
MMMckatalU araaa., imi Foartaatb atryat;
Wo, 13di,laOBaoftbalal loeUilla lb fl'T.
aad la rlawof tk JoealUraad cbaraaur ! lb,
butldlss arlalBireBma tatttbaaoafor lay!
Tarraaof !' On third eaabi.tb raaldaa la
la twalya aad lchieB taatba 1 tba difatrtd par
oBTtraatlaf akdrTaas Unjpa staoat of
taahta l b nrd by add of trot I oa th prop
arlr. with ;. baartas laUraal from day of aal.
AllBOBTtyaatlaf aad rTaas ataispa mimi
a poa i w wiiiD rcaairfa wnBaiBaprup
faU d liar Aaotloar
,. i - - ..
t.Y Ult-KN A WII.I.IAMB. Anet'a.
i Southatst cornsr bsrentb ab4 1) itrtaU.
By rlrla of a df of trsat l to, dalad JbJ.
Vi. I Itrlll Mil. Bl rabll atetloa, cm PK10AT ,
lurab , 1870, at It o'alo-k, - ' la froat of til
hli-kwoodHeaaa.aoraarof Paaaarl! aai
aid Twol'lb airail. BOa.BlbBB. pair of lioratf,
U (lt.ll A.iu.af.fl,
UNITED STATES IIOTEL
rauusTlvanlsi Avenne, Near the
Uooma taa ba bad wltb of wlthoal tncala, Viral
cUm Tabl board at fT pr wk. w
then followed Tbe Capitol.' a first rate
Imitation made of cardboard, tbo whole
about fire feet loner, two feet wide and three
high. This wfts carried on the shoulders of
two gentlemen, Messrs. Dleterlch and .ten
der, dressed In fare as natives of Alaska.
Around tha base of tba cardboard struc
ture were placards on which were printed,
"Off to Alaska." "Notice to LtKr-bcer
Brewers the basement of tho Capitol to
rent." Then followed General Grant, rep
resented by Mr. Crebs. Tho General was
fnnnntt-1 An a. rockln-'.hf-r-A on wheel a.
drawn by two men dressed as negroes. Fol
lowloe came the "Goddess of Liberty." ( Mr.
iarr,j mouniea, on a veiocipeaei men
NEW' HAMPSHIRE CAMPAIGN
Hoa-'Hcniy L TJawci on th. Staiap
ITdn. ifenrv I Dawes, -who la tlumplni.
New Ua taps sire for tho RopabUcancaodl-
dotes, roa an admlrablo speecli In Nashua
on Saturday. Ia the course of that ipeecb,
bo thus refcrrcd"to President Crania econ
fn JabAtiMI rrvntrA tn ItiA 1at vAjvf fit
1.1 administration $308,000,000. and ho In
earn a, qcdb in aaaitKm to ttiia oi )-,-000,000.
In tbo first yeafof General Grant's
administration, with no higher rate of taxes,
but, on tho other hand, with reduced taxa
tion la tone particulars', he has gathered
Into the Treasury out of his officials hands
8301,000,009 Instead of 8383,000,000 from
tho same takes, and Instead of expanding all
of that In the current expenses of this year.
ha has nald 880.O00.00Q of tha rmbUa debt
cut of It. tApplauAc.J So that ho has had
to expend only 8314,000,000, against 8374,
000,000 spent In the last year of Andrew
.Titinannat attmtnt.trallnn . tnaklntr Inat tha
difference of 890,000,000 In one year. This Is
from the book, lie has collected 8S8,000,000
more tx this present Tear than Andrew
alohusendld In tho last year, and 830300,000
of that Is from the Internal tales of the
land, not a mill higher and on some articles
mucn lower tnan it was last year, nor
has he collected 830,000,000 morel Because
there has been less of it stolen. Applause.
Farther on In hlf speech housodtho fol
lowing language, showing that bo and tho
President wore In fall accord i
It Is true that the bureau offices In tho
several departments and, by tbo way. more
than half of them have been Inherited from
tho last administration In making their
estimates lor appropriations lor tae next
year asaea too muca. ana 1 urn, toe uoerty
to tell men respontlblo for It that U was loo
much, iAppiaso.j Ana, gentlemen, u
van want anv assurance that for the re
maining years of this Administration, as In
this year, there will bono farther tendency
upward, but rather downward, you will find
It In tbo answer which tho whole people
made, demanding that those appropriations
for next year should not bo larger than the
appropriations jot ton year, ana in tna una
nimity of tbo executive branch of the Gov
ernment and of Congress In tho work. Thov
have been applying themselves, la catling
down tbo appropriations for the coming
year. Applause.1 Tbero Is no division..
There Is an earnest, consctenlloui effort IB
ail branches of the Government to ace that
then shall be not a dollar mora annro-
priated for too next year tnan tor mis. i
was charged yesterday afternoon by the
Presldenthtmself with this tnessage to the
reoplo of New Hampshire. 1" Applause.
When X told him lhatlwaB coming on he
told mo to assure tbo people of New IUmp
shlre that this exhibit I hare made hero of
the snecessrul collection and economical ex
penditure of tho money daring tho present
year Is an earnest pledge of what It shall bo
In-the yeax to come- Applause. "Tell
tho people of New Hampshire," said ho,
"that during toy administration tbero shall
bo no ascending scale of public expeodl
tnreij applause, but wherever and when
over the closost scrutiny wilt disclose tho
possibility of cutting off a dolls r It shall be
done." General Grant Is tho head of a party,
thank God, that can criticise itself, a party
that can probe, not cover, U sores, that can
grow healthy and strong by self-probing
THE SEPTEMBER, GOLD PAH 10
- -- --
Wreck of tiio United States
Corvotto Oneida ! 1
Reports.. Less of Oao Handled and
Twenty lives 1 1 1
tho community was startled yesterday
with the announcement that tho United
States steamer Oneida was wrecked, while
on her way home from the Asiatic squad
ron, and that one hundred and twenty lives
ware lost, Tbo following dispatch received
by Secretary Fish, communicated the sod
t,Rkoy, Tabrtiary. 170
JFtTtRfUott PUh, Matt JfprfmMf, Wmthinohnt
Th foJlQwlkir. tlcram haa jail bn re
clrd fron the maaas:lei dlraatora ef the
PtoLnsular aad Oriental Steam NertjcatlOQ
"AbQt nnnnlleifram Yokohama, bouod
!a, the Bombay can; Into eolltalon with Amr
aaaortt Ob aid a. Th latUr ahln aunlt
Soon after with aloaaof about ona buadrad
Boa twenty msa. To uoai&ay was not muea
laltrM. fib was front OtU, 1 Ftru.rr.
Taa Bombay was dua at Yakohaiaa from
um aMajaa iMikaijaaiirT
(Slfoed) J. L. MoTtiT,'
I'rcti J nt Crn. 'i letter b ?rttsrj Eoutfftll
TTORD'O HOTBt, RICHHON 0, VA . ADJOIB
Tklapla.ll Hawllotal taaawly aad tlaiatUi
fBraUbad throo about, aad liaUUlof Frla at
a-calladlatBalltr aad variety by Bay bona la
thabtau BpaalalBUB0f KoaataalwBT raady
..- UT-JJIb- J 1a. Tia-nlln- Pa.alaa. Tka
arraBiBBta ar Brat-cUaaTa aiary ripct. Tk
prlof Board haa ba Biadlowlas to tka r
Baraltyof laotayiat tbaraaauBkbla tnmoiB CHI
Krday. Tb pBtraafof my ftliodi
trallaff pabllaarUtli-Uwtka Pu
Latl oa of th PrupiUUrt f tb abats UoUl,
oacba ran to sal fron ail dapota aad
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Tka oataaBtralWatloala lb ally, tromadUtaly
.? tl"lt r, itt 0-Biel JtQinie.
Tabl D'aoUaad Baloot oa tb Eaioprsa (1st
Xla.ahUr (oralabad ikrahot.
11V ""'tf1!!"" a?-"lBtlos wltb tb Cp
lUl. Eiaantlv AlaaaloB, Tr.rr. Vr aad tfati
fc;,' pCaM.: dV1U1-" " & K"lr"
. ,w .. " '- i'oi.Aun,
r 4J. WILLAKD,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
RESTAURANT AND DINXNa-BUOM,
Conar Blatb aad F atraala, oppoaUaPtaal Oflla,
UYUTEKk iaary atria Jaeub aaar'aeata
brald tAUKKBESK. MaaPay. Ifaatoa k 0.'l
aUbrBUlXXaad XXX ALK0N BKADOUT.
MEAL3 fUUNlSUED TO UENTI.EMEN
at aay Ugn. freat a. u. aatll It P. nu
Wbek thb WAn C-X)8Bn LlktrriTloii 0 camo a car cootalnlne Neptune with bis
anu-tua V-i 'iu?vikij au- wati, v
uocEeman Anen cams tue raieut umce.
being represented by a gentleman covered
over with patent medicine labels. In tho
trala of this procession came a score of seedy
looklog Individuals representing aldermen,
council en, disappointed office seekers, Ac,
Arwr tnem camo tno city scavenger, a
huca blackamoor i after him camo "tiamt"
Mr. BUcholT with MUs Indilaer as "the Girl
of the Period)" and Mrs. Beyer as a Neopol-
itan uinj tnan camo me vuuora to tna nnsa
Canal beaded bv tbo Empress Eucenle. Mrs.
Llmebachf then a number of representatives
rrom we jtaumenicai uouncui tnen came
the "Prohibitory Liquor Law," being a hngo
bottle, (with man insldej) on tho neck was a
largo padlock) tho bottle boc a label,
Tho Drooesslon was closed br ladles and
gentlemen represent-tlrea of various na
tions. Alter paraamg wq or tnree times
around tho halt the cavalcade passed Into
tbo supper room and the dancing began,
continuing until 18 o'clock, when tbo order
to unmask was siren and iBPwr was an
nounced This oyer, the lovers of terpel-
chore resumed their amusement, and danc
lbg was con tl sued until an early hour this
morning. Tbo hall was very handsomely
decorated with flags and evergreens, and
presented a beautiful appearance.
The committees having charge of the
various arrangementa wero as fojlowsi Ex
ecutive committee W. Saess, A. Knoblocli,
J, Lelmbacb, M. Altschub, J. Mueller. Ro
ceptlOB committee Charles Walter, B.Wolf,
LaWaldecker. Finance committee A. Hart,
J. Karr, P. Havensteln. Committee on dec
orations J. Rate maun, F. Lelmbacb, JI,
Kahlert, W. Noack, A. Knoblocli. Floor
commltteo L. Schnltse, A. Blscbeff. W.
Ifagemann. F. Koebler, M, Altschub, E.
BtoJpe. O. Welde, O. Kahlert.
Dnrlng tho revcUttlons which followed the
September gold panic, much referenco was
made to a letter addressed by tho President
to Secretary Boatwell and left with General
on tits return from Massachusetts to Wash.
Ington, about tho middle of September. That
letter was alleged to have been an Indorse
ment of the Gould-Corbta theory of high
gold. The letter Itself Is the best proof of
It character, aod Is as follows i
Naw TOBK niTT. Sept, 12, If 00.
.. Qtorw 0. Movt4lt, Gcrmn v tht Trai j.
DBAnSnti 1 Icava ro to-morrow morn
log for Western Pennsylvania, and will not
reach Washington before the middle or last
of, next week. Had I known before making
sny arrangements for starting, that yon
woold be In this city curly this week, I would
bare remained to meet you. I am satisfied
that on your arrival you will bo met by tho
balls and bears of Walt street, and probably
by merchants too, to Induce you to sell gold
or Dav the November Interest In advance on
the one side, and to hold fast on the other.
. no raci is, a aespsrate struggle is now mat..
Inn", and each oartr want the Government to
help thorn out. I write this letter to advise
tub Act ov Mabcu 19, 19G3- la tho case of
tho United Statca agalast Anasrsoo, tna
United BUtoa Supremo Court yesterday de
cided that tbo limitation lo the captured
and abandoned property act, requiring all
suits to recover the proceeds or property
seised and sold belonging to loyal persons
to be commenced within two years from the
close of tho rebellion, did not refer to tho
eoppresslon of the rebellion In any particu
lar locality whoro loyal claimants might ro-
side, but applied to tho entire suppression or
tbo rebellion throughout the country It la
thought to to Impcaslblo that the Intention
of Congress was that any claimant Bring In
a district where tho rebellion bad been sup
pressed must sue within two years from the
date thereof, but that It was the final termi
nation of tho war that was meant. On that
question Iho Court say, It Is from that It was
contemplated by Congress that some official
declaration of the fact should bo made r and
tbat It was not Intended that tho people
should bo left to determine tho date for
themselves, aod to proceed with their claims
accordingly. Tho act of March 3, 1807, re
cognising tho close of the war to bo tbo date
of tbo President's proclamation to that end
(August SO, 1808,) la accepted as conclusive
on this point, and that date Is held to bo the
date when tho rebellion was suppressed for
all public and prlrato purposes. Tbo execu
tive and legislative branches of tho Govern
ment having united on tho date, It Is accepted
as the actual and proper one by the Judiciary
Tun Esq Lisa Opebi. Tbo National The
atre last night presented an array of intelli
gence, fashion, and respectability reflecting
honor and credit On a community proverbial
for Its Intelligence and good sense, maugre
what Is often said sneerlngly of the denlxens
of the federal city. The rendering of Marl-
tana was such as first-class artists only could
accomplish. Madame Soea, la the leading
rottt evinced her accustomed skill la execu
tion, blended with her rare, flexible, and
richly melodious voice Mr. Oattto and Mrs.
Segula wero warmly greeted ai old favorites.
We haro not space to notice as tbsy deserve
tho many gems given by different members
of tho company. Ctrl Rosa surprised lbs
house by an exquisite solo as a preliminary
to one of tbo pieces. A pleasing Incident
occurred after the duett.
"Holy Mother GaUeHls Footsteps,' by
Farcpa and Mrs. Scgulo, at tho cessatlou of
a vociferous encore, a bouquet was ban led
on tho stage, which Mrs. Scgulo, In the
character of a servant, (LsiAnlllo,) pre
sented to rrop4, who very gracefully de
clined It. This "bronirht dawn" th hr.ni.
Then La tan U to, on her knees, begged Us 1
a-.,.u.. an. u was wun reluctance,
mingled with condescension, accepted. If
real, it evinced a commendable unselfishness
on the part of both these artUttt, If pro
tended, It was a superior piece of "acting,"
and the audience appreciated It la either
light. To-night the "Bohemian Girl' will
be given, la which Rose Heisco will make
..... . .. to a m..i. .
UIUIM Amu tAWD-.. II, - iWlta, VBlJi,
resident of tbo Massachusetts Agricultural
ollege, In bis recent report offers tbo fol
lowing sensible remarks i "Soma persons
ar-Dcar to look UDon tho contented Perform
ance of coarse and difficult manual labor
with a sort of respect, and to retard with
suspicion any attempt to avoid or relieve It
as inaicauvo or laxiness. not a aetire ror
immorement lies at the foundation of all
progreas la the arts, and by the Intelligent
efforts of men dlsaatlsQed with the methods
of tbo past, agriculture la rapidly rising
toward the dignity and physical comfort of
a learned profession. How much more mind,
and bow much less muscle Is now called
Into requisition la tho various operations of
husbandry than twenty-fle years ago. In
preparing tbo soil, la planting. In cultivate
log, In baying, In harvesting, fa threshing,
la the management of the dalryi In fact,
almost everywhere Intelligence Is tho princi
pal thing, and mere brute force compara
tively worthless. Tho old prejudice against
thooghtful. studlous,aud progressive men as
book farmers and fancy farmers, has at
length been overcome by the mass of printed
matter which pours Us light tcto evory
household, and by tho numburless Improve
ments which have been demonstrated to bo
not merely expensive luxuries for the rich.
but or priceless ralne to every tiller of tbo
A writbr calls attention to a very curious
coincidence "a family likeness" between
Brron and all of the heroes of Mrs. Stowe's
novels, Aaron Burr, as bo Is conceived of
In "Tbo Minister's Woologt" Eltery Daven
port, In "Old TownFolksi" Saint Clair, In
"Unci a Tom's Cabin," are all Byrons,
"more or less embryonic, to be sure, but
von of what I think yon mav axoect. to nut
von on vonr muord. I think, from the llents
before me. I would move on without change
until the present struggle Is over. If you
want to write me this week, my address will
be Washington, Peon. I would like to bear
your experience who toe lacuona, at au
events, Ir they give you time to write. No
donbt you will have a better chance to ledge
than I, for I bavo avoided general discus
sion ot tbo subject.
Tours truly, U. S. Giabt.
RosaBonhenrls growing laty and does
not expect to paint any more.
Gustavo Dora Is announced for an art tour
through the States.
Tho death Is announced at Lleusatnt, In
France, at the age of 33, of M. Gauglran
Nanteull, the oldest dramatic author la
Franco. Among his best-known works are
V Amour tt U Ptota, at the Theatre Fran
calst Lulli it Quinault. Lit Ifrrtf Oareont.
and Charmt ds ta Tolx at tbo Opera
Comlquo. He had been extremely Intimate
Rev. W. V. Tudor, pastor of tbo M. E,
Church South In this city, with Rev. Bishop
U. N. McTyllre, of the,U. E. Church South,
Rev. A. L. P. Green, D. D., of Nashville,
Tennessee, aod Rev. W. S. Balrd, called at
tho Executive Mansion and paid their, re
spects to the President yc.tcrday morning.
Miss Joaaphlno Bateman Is In New York,
audRIp Van Winkle JclT.rsou Is very HI In
Ex Secretary Seward U still lu Sew Tork.
Ho went to church last Banday morning at
Trinity, rode throagh Central Park In the
afternoon, and Is to bo publicly dined at the
At tor oa Thursday night, and will etart for
his home In Auburn on Friday morning.
William Lloyd Oarrlioa favors woman
LydU Thompson. Troupe of British Blondo
Brigade are getting pretty well advertised
as the "Uraion Blondes" and "Flghtlog Am-axons."
Captiilu Watt A. Lyre Is the riom vUnu
of a would bo funny Western writer.
Catharlno Bercber is flirting a festive
goose-qulll to prove that "Woman's Suf
frage is contrary to common sense.
Sunt -t Anna Is stamping along tbrouzlt bis
seventy second year of revolutionary exist
ence, ani is as ion a or cock-flghltog as
Tub Ko sb or Jsaicno Mn. Caroline
Norton, lu thanking tbo editor of the Stho
for a favorable notice of her mother's (Mrs.
fihorldan's) translation of the "Roso of Jer
icho," Jost published by Tlnsley, writes i
"Tbo plant, which at any rate gives Its
name- to the book, 1 a very great botanical
curiosity, and Mr. Bucknell, to whom this
English translation Is dedicated, having been
good enough to cede to mo a specimen of the
plant brought from Egypt by a friend, we
had an opportunity of seeing Its supposed
miraculous revival by steepTog It In water
last Christmas day. It expanded perfectly,
ana oa being taken out to dry again, con
tracted so stiffly that, as described In 'Ltnd
lev's Treasury of Botany,' (quoted lo my ar.
pcudlx to tbo book,) It resembled 'a Utile ball
of wicker-work,' of which no twig could
11 IT 5 UCIU WOY.H Wl.&OUl DrtAlMflg,"
Last night tbo Associated Press brought
us tho following dispatch, confirming the
Pout nx Saixb, Car ton, February 32, via
Loirooir, Ftbrusrjr 18. A collision ocourod
atar Yokohama btwaa the steamship Bom
bay aad tba UolWd States covette OoelJ.
e iattrtanKwnn au nanaa latmsniattiy,
ds huodr-J and twatr man. The Uottbay
was slightly Injured. It Is ootaUtai tbat aoy
of tba of&esrs or erew of the Oaeldt wets
The ,Ooe!a was rated as a third-class
Jesse!, of tho screw class, carrying 8 guns,
93 tonnage, (new measurement,) and as
signed to the Asiatic squadron.
Her officers were, according1 to tho Navy
Register of 1809, as foUowi. Captain, John
ston B. Crelghton, of Rhode Island, who
ranked liaieth on tbo list. Ha entered the
service on tbo 10th day of February, 1833
was commissioned1 captain tho 26th of No
vember, 1608, aad bad seen SI years Of sea
Lieutenant Commander Alonzo W. Mul
daur was from New Tork, and entered tbo
service on tbo 18th ot October, 1601.
Master Waller' Sargent was a resident ot
Now Tork, and et((ered (bQ service January
Ensigns John R Pbelan was from Penn
sylvania! Charles T. Arnold, Now Tork (
James W. Cowle', from Iowaf Matthew
Belles, from Massachusetts t El war J W
Very, from Washington Territory) Isaac J.
Tates, from New York.-
Surgeon James Luddards was from Penn
sylvania, and ranked with commanders,
no catered tho service May 17, 1849, and
was promoted April 24, ISfli. Assistant
Surgeon Edward L.Frotblngbam, with rank
of master, was from New York, and entered
tbo service April , 1800. Passed Assistant
Paymaster Thomas L. Tullock, Jr., with
rank of lieutenant, stood fourth on tbo Hit
of promotion, and was from New Hamp
shire, tbo son of Hon. Thomas L. Tullock,
collector of Internal revenue for tho District
of Colombia. Tho first assistant engineers
were N. B. Llttlg, of Maryland, and Havl
land Barstow, of Massachusetts j Second As
sistant Engineers John Fornaneo, dT Penn
sylvania, and Henry Snyder, ot Pennsylva
nia Acting Third Asilstant Engineers A. D.
rudcliffe anV.T J cha JTlf.
Tho news of tbolois of the Onelds, when
announced hero yesterday, cut a gloom
over our enllro District. Tho sodlntelU
genco was Immediately communicated to
the Treildent and leading officials. To
nono did tho news break with more grief
than to our esteemed Collector of this Dis
trict, whoso son, Thos. L. Tullock, Jr., was
numbered among the officers ot the Ill-fated
Fnrtbcr and fuller particulars wul proba
bly be received to-day, but from tho tenor
of tbo dtspatcbes there Is scarcely any hopo
that cither officers or crow were saved.
THE GADETSHIP BUSINESS
GOLUDW AMI BKWE-E RESIGN
THE NEWS BY CABLES
I'roeeedlstge of Parliament Kavat
Logoff. Feb. 23. Tho House 64 Lords.
to-day, bad a brief debate oil tho Bands?
trading-bill and adjourned.
Ia the House of Commons, Gladstone
promised tho early Introduction of a practi
cal measure for education In England and
Scotland. Gladstone also Informed tho
House that tbo reciprocity treaty with
Austria would soon come before It, aod
would afford an opportunity for a thorough
discussion of the commercial treaties.
The Postmaster General announced a def
erence to tho universal complaint relative to
tho practice of giving receipts for the pay
ment of telegraph tolls, was under "onsld-eratlon.
Tho estimates for navy expense aro
9.125,000. Tho mlnlstrr In Justifying the
estimates, laid stress upon the construction
of Iron-clads. Tbey stated tbat when all
(he vessels now In progress, of construct-on
wero completed tbo Iron-clad fleet would
consist of two broadside ships of the largest
sirs, six of the second-class, nine of the
third, eight of tho fourth, four of the fifth
and twit of the sixth.
Of tnw turret-ships there would bo two of
the first-class, fire of tho second, and two of
tho third. Besides these there wero a num
ber of smaller Iron vessels. This fleet woutd
plaeo England on an equal footing with tho
world. The ministers proposed, la order to
keep tho strength of tho nary to this stan
dard, to add to It yearly twenty thousand
tons, including twelve thousand tons of
armored and turreted ships and fast
Tbo Caao of lh Archbishop of San-
Madrid, Feb. S& In the Cortes a debate
Is stUl In progress ovsr the proposition to
Indict the Archbishop of Santiago. A suV"
stltute was introduced denying mat ui
Cortes bad authority to proceed aejalast tbo
archblabf -wtoo la a member or tbo Cortes,
not because of the superiority of the priest
hood (o law, but In consequence of tbo In
vlolabUlty of tho rights of a deputy. The
substitute was supported by tho Republi
cans, but was defeated by a vote of 03 to 59.
r re acta Poatal Begnlatlona.
Paris, February 53. A decree prescribes
that the conditions appied to newspapers
and samples of merchandise sent by mall to
tho Uolted States shall bo tho same, whether
the matter Is forwarded directly or via Eog
laud. attt TalofCTt-pt-le BravlUee.
Tho bed rock; under the Mississippi at St.
Louis baa been reached at a distance ot
ninety-five feet frota tho surface. Tho at
mosphero la tbo air chamber Is now forty-
four pounds to the Inch.
John C Thompson, pos'.masier or tno
university or Virginia, was yesicroay sen
tenced to ten years In tbo Albany penltcn-
llary for robbing tho malls.
Tho counsel for the members of the Cuban
Junta at New York yesterday gave notice to
the yerukr-crahi. Hun-JEn
Terger Tranafcrreal tn. (he Cattody
oi ins fjivii AntliarltlcB.
Jaciboiv, Miss.. Fsbruary US. At tbrco
o'clock today E. M. Yerger, who has been
is miutary cononement since June last, on
tho chargo of killing Lieutenant Colonel
Joseph G. Crane.was transferred to tho ens
tody of tho sheriff of ninds county by an
order from Adjutant General, U. 8. A.
Lieutenant Vi m. A I wood, adjutant gene
ral of tho Fourth military district, Immedi
ately made an affidavit before JadgeCabe
ness, presiding, charging Yerger with mur
dering Colonel Crane on tho 8th of Jane,
The couniel for the defence waived an ex
amination, and Yerger was committed,
Tiir. pAciric ioaki.
Hleamatilp a.tne to Anal rMla-meti
Uold Dlacoverlea tn Arizona,
Sax FnAKCtsco, Feb. 2$ Tho tttamsnlp
Nebraska, now la this harbor ready for sea,
Is the pioneer vessel of tho Australia maU
line. She will salt for Sydney and Mel
bourne about the 25ih of March.
Later Arizona advices report the mining
news favorable. Rtcli mineral discoveries
have been made. Ono ledge of gold bearing
quarts near Bradsbaw mountains has been
traced fire thousand feet, and twenty claims
are located on H. The rork as-ays 80,000 to
83,500 per ton
Appropriation of Lauds fo fay- Ofd
St. Pal., Feb. 23. The Minnesota Hour o
of Representatives has passed tho bill apply
tog the Internal Improvement lands of tbo
Bute lo the payment of tbo old railroad
bonds, with an amendment that It bo sub
mitted to a vote of tho people at the spring
election, and shall not becomo operative
until 13,000,000 of the bonds shall haro bean
deposited with tho State Department. Tho
bUl had previously pasted the Senate with
out the aboya-mtaUoniKl eonolUons.
TCnRIFIC liOILEU EXPLOSION.
Twenty or Thirty 91en Bnrled In the
B-xaicto, Pa., Feb. 23. A bollor ex-
ploded In a rolling mill of the Lackawanna
Iron Company, blowing off tbo heavy tim
bered roof, which fell with a tremendous
crash, and SO or 80 men wero bnrled In tbo
ruins. The explosion shook half of tho
Uccrpllou sind Danqnet to Her OAI
cera. BALTUfonx, Fb. 33.T-io officers of the
British ship Monarch will b rccelred at tbo
Camden street depot at 11 o'clock to-mor
row by Mayor Banks and tho city authori
ties as tbo guests of this city. They wUl Uo
entertained In tho evening at a banquet.
A riot between teamen and Irish emi
grants, at Ward's Island, New Tork, was
suppressed by tho arrest of throe of the
Justice Buckley, of Brooklrn. has been
Indicted for refusing to examine the com-1 Are department and a largo concourso of
A -Inklnff rand Hill.
Columbia, 8. C, Feb. 28 A bill to pro
vlJo a linking fund tor the Stato has passed
the South Carolina Legislature. Under Its
provisions ono sixth of tho bonded debt of
tho Statu will bo purchased and cancelled
Inrlnfl' tbo year. - T
Tatneral of l.efvre Jarre ti
Baltimore, Feb. S3. Tho fnneral of
L efevro Jarrett, Late president of tbo board
of police commissioners, took place to-day,
and was attended by the municipal author!
ties, a large portion of the police force, tho
Til- COMMUTES MILL IS TEST 1 CITING
Messrs. Golladay, of Kentucky, and Dt
weese, of North Carolina, two of the ltcpre
sentatlrcs charged with having Illegally d's-
ru-iad of their CAdatahtDa. have avoldm. tha
direct censure of the House and expulsion
dj retiguiDg iuci--c.u.
It was stated yesterday that tbo evidence
against Mr Golladay assumed such a posi
tive- iona taa. ua it -m ateics! to ex
pect any favor from the noose. Tbo cadet
whoso appointment ho bad secured was
brought hero from New York, and it was
expected that his ovldenco would put all
doubts at rsit. Mr. Uolladay therefor Im
mediately telegraphed his resignation to tho
Governor of his State, and ll was accepted
by tslegrapb, Jnst as Mr. Whlttemore's was.
WeU Informed persons say, however, tbat
the Kentucky member was very baity, and
It was reported last nlgbt that members of
tho committee had stated tbat tbey did not
know why ho should have resigned when he
Mr. Doweeso has been convinced for some
days that the casoagalnit him was very
black, bat ho was loth to leave his comfort
able seat In the House. Finding at length
that the commltteo was determined to do Ita
duty, he made discretion tho better part of
vaior, ana reurca at grmcciuuy as no coin..
Tbo commltteo Is determined, however, tbat
this matter shall not pais unnoticed, and I
wUl therefore offer resolution- of censuro as
was done in Whlttemore's caio.
The case of Mr. Bailer, or Tennessee, Is
still undergoing Investigation, and he Is la a
pretty bad fix. It was current rumor about
tho Capitol yesterday that he too would re
sign if he could. In the last Tennessee cam
paign ho earnestly espoused the causa of Mr.
Stokes and assailed Gov. Senter In the most
bitter manner. It was, therefore, reported
yesterday that bo too bad tendered bis resig
nation, but that Gov. Senter had refused to
accept It. This was, however, denied last
nlgbt, and it was positively stated that ho
had not tendered bis resignation, bat bad
asked for further time, which the commltteo
granted, and, at Mr. Batter's request, tbey
have summoned Gen. Schofleld from St,
Louis, and until kls arrival tho caso will be
held In abeyance.
In thro wine out the drac net tha commit
tee have hauled la Mr. lino gen, of Ohio,
who It seems also disposed of bis cadetshlp.
At least mat was tno current report last
nlcht. Mr. Mnnren Is nar tteelltnea tha
representative of tbo " red-hot" Democracy
of the Home, and comes from a ' red hot"
Democratic district. But the rc,ort is tbat
for filthy la era he forgot his Democracy and
disposed of bis cadetshlp to a Republican.
His flgaree were not high, tor tho price
stated Is between 8300 and 8500. The com
mittee will put Mr. Mungen'e case through,
and then proceed wltb others, for there aro
several yet to no investigate..
Mr, Brlgbt's pbyslclaus stato tbat tho only
chance of his recovery depends upon abso
lute disengagement from work. Ibis Is tho
second time no has suffered a nervous col
lapse from over-exertion.
Tntr distribute yalsntikes la Louisi
ana with the picture of a carpet bagger
dressed to represent Dr. Mary Walker.
A decbabeo cltlxeo of Nashville has left
six widows 83,000 each, conditioned that
tbey should never marry.
Rev. Wm. Morley Punibou will lecture lo
Cincinnati early In March!
plaints of nenry Bergb, against the swill
Tbo Atlantic and Faclfld Telegraph Com
pany have brought suit agalmt tho Franklin
Company to restrain them from violating
a contract and for the appointment of a
The Mississippi Legislature meets next
Tuesday at Jackson. 'Tho members are
already beginning to arrive.
Capt. Keneloa Bobbins, U. B. A., nnas
slgned, dted at Jackson, Miss., yesterday.
Uo was a native of Massachusetts, a grad
uate of Went Point, and .formerly served
l with the 43d Infantry and Gth cavalry.
1U IMIIUBU JV-TUKI (U.UUUI.B lll tug
Prince Astauras will received bis first com
mission from the bands of tho Pope.
Ssws from Central and Sontb Amer
ica, and tbo Treat Indies.
The steamship Henry Chauney arrived In
New York yesterday and brings 8183,0001a
treasure and dates from tbo Isthmus to tho
The sruoboat NIpsle was to leave A i Din-
wall In a few days for Caledonia Bar. to
commence toe survey iot tno vanan i;aoai,
for which a number of laborers bare been
The storeahlp Guard was expected at Cale
donia Bay shortly.
Advices from Guatemala state that the
revolutionists wsrs badly defeated and roa ted
by tbo Government troops at Palencia on tho
33d of January. Peace has been restored to
The treaty between Columbia and the Uni
ted Biates ror a canaiacrossineisiamns now
needs only the signature of the United States
uommisstoner, woo is erpectea snoniy at
A slight shock of earthquake was felt In
Panama on February 9.
Valparaiso dates to January 17 have been
received. There Is nothlnir nsw at Chill.
At Monteveldo a revolution, headed by
General Snares. Is reported, but no particu
lars nave Dccn received, nutiuees tnere is
completely parol vied. Tho whole of ran.
guay is repreaenteatoDeinasaa state, ine
neonla are dvlncr from want and starvation
In the provinces and in the elty of Assump
tion. The Italian consul, with whom was
deposited a large amount of treasure by
wealthy families when Assumption was
captured by the allies, bad attempted lo
leave with tho treasure, but waa caught and
compelled to disgorge.
General Santa Anna was sent to Nassau
on Sunday on board of a Spanish war
In addition to tho party of Colonel Garcia,
80 more Insurgents nave surrendered them
selves In the Clnco Villas district.
The railroad from Nnevlus to San Miguel, !
which was torn up In many places by the
Insurgents, la again In running order. The
telegraph to Santiago do Cuba, boatma and
Sarrama Is also re-established.
A detachment of 100 negro troops were
attacked by COOlnsurgents on the lino of the
rauroaa ueiween snertorrincipe ana nue
vitas, a few days since. The Insurgents
were driven off with a loss. A great many
people of Puerto Prlnclpo are coming within
the Spanish lines.
Several of the most prominent Insurgents
of lha Puerto Principe region asked permis
sion of tho Government authorities to sur
render. Tno Captain General consented, and
the Insurgents will come to Havana direct,
Instead of going to Puerto Principe.
The Rio Janalro newspapers received In
Loudon yesterday bv tbo mall steamer at
Lisbon contains still later news from the
seat of war In South America. Lopes re
treated with about 000 ParasmavanB. They
wero overtaken by a body of troops of tbo
Argentine Republic, and completely ronted.
Lopes, However, naao gooa nis escape, lie
left behind all bis slctc and wounded, who,
together with their famUlcs, wUl bo held as
prisoners. Lopes threw Into tho river a
great part or his arUllsry. Qso. Canary
with a large force ts In hot pursuit of Lopes.
Six Iron ciada bavo returned to Rio Janeiro
proving that tho war is practically ended.
Nineteen babies a week are left Id the
basket or the New York Foundling Hos
I nit.. T
All the buildings connected with the police
department wero draped la mourning, and
tbo flags on tho municipal bandings wero at
half mast In respect to tbo deceased, and
the bells of tho fire department were tolled.
At a meeting of the board of police com
missioners appropriate resolutions were
adopted, and thoonVcrsand men wero or
dered to wear crape on tho left arm Tor thirty
Pe tale Voiles;. Deployed by PJr.
Cnicaoo, Feb. 83. A special dispatch to
tho TViorw says that the Illinois Female
College at Jacksonville was destroyed by fire
this morning. The building belonged to tho
lUlnels Confcrenco of tho Method la I Episco
pal Church. Tho largwlngof tho struc
ture was saved uulnjnre 1, and the furniture
was all saved, although damaged. Tho re
were about one hundred and fifty youug
lady pupils In tho buUdlng, all of whom
escaped uninjured and saved their wearing
apparel and books. Loss 810,000, Insure 4
Steam er Man.
New Orleans, Feb. 39. Tbo itcamcf
Mississippi, southward boond, heavily laden
with stock and Western produce, struck a
nag at two o'clock, a, m , near the landing
at Waterproof, La., and sunk rapidly. No
lives lost. Tbo boat and cargo aro a total
loss. Tbo cabin has Just floated by Natchez
Tna DscATorMAvszns.The relaxation
of a few rigid rules to tho demand for the
free and the off hand bat been followed by
ceaseless concessions to the same spirit,
until at last there Is scarcely a role or po
lives ess Isft. Everybody sow does pretty
true a. at he pleases without reference lo
anybody else, and men and women Jotlto
each other all day long, neither exacting nor
yielding respect. Contrast tho "deport
merit" of an old school gentlemen, as bare-
beaded ho hands a lady from ber door to
btr carriage, and remains uncovered and
bowing until she Is driven otfi or at a public
bote), as ho springs to his foet when a lady
enters tho dining-room, even if she bo a
stranger, and remains standing and sll.nt
until she Is seated contrast this politeness
with the manners of a gentleman la our
streetcars, as bo buries himself to his news
paper, stretches his legs across the passage
way and remalnsab-orbcd.hecdloss and surly,
while ladles standing hero and there aro,
desperately endeavoring to keep their feet
and say wnetner toe restoration oi too oia,
forced, artificial courtesy, pompons and stlfl
as It might havo been, would not ba better
than this utter lack of civility, this supreme
Indifference to the comfort of others. Jf
there can be no Intermediate place between
au over-formal politeness and rude disre
spect, let us go back at onco and fortify
ourselves wltbln all tbo old circumspect
m.inoas oi oar ttuucrB.
Dr. ScuttppR'B Case. Oa Saturday, in
tho Supreme Court, before Justices Read,
Ageew, tmarswooa ana wuiuuns, Mr. ueo.
Northrop, counsel for Dr. Schceppe, con
vlcted of tho murder of Miss Stelneckc, In
quired what disposition bad been mad- of
ma application tor a ren canog oi mo -"
under tbo recent act of Assembly allow
ing the facts to bo reviewed by the court,
Justice Read said that bo did not notice at
first tbo form of tho application, and did not
know then tbat It was Intended to be an ap
plication on Dr. Sch-rpe's case. I? look
log at tbo act of Assembly he did not think
I).?.-.. -lan.a-miM BUnlV tO IhlS COSO ttl M-
foro tho court. Tho Judgment had been
affirmed and the record remitted before tho
bill was passed by tbo Legislature. Tho
rase could only come before tho court under
the preceding sections of tbo act.
Mr. Northrop said be was not aware, at
tbo tlmo bo made tho application, what waa
tbo condition of the record, but ho was of
opinion uow that bo would bo required to
take out anew writ of error. He would
consult with the Attorney (tew ral upon tho
aubjoct. J'AHarfrfnAlil h ilJ , UVA,