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WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0.. THURSDAY MORNING, AFB1L Id, 1870.
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la iaull by a raw lata aad apaalftaauoaa. epaa (ar
kip aariabar. laola.aad alfapp a wbataoavar
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aad wa ali aula apAruly tba aat for a.
tarial. wtibmaaakfp aad UUt far a kbllaklaf
artala BOorU aaaordlagle fP4llUa aad
P Bacii bU piaat ba aappartaiby t atf utaraa af
twa wall-kaowa aad raapiiaalkla faaraatara.
BUak fr af prtpoaal aa - U( ba
faratahadaaappnaaUaa. U wbltb all hid aaaat
aoaformtaBMaraaUaallaa. , .
Tkariiktl-raa.fTadW rtlaat aay aad all V 4i
aolaoa.r.r4 aattclaaUy lar ontla ta ifcaj Balled
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pROpoiALiroa QBipiaa AisoiiyxL
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fgrcradlag aad irarUaf fb toUaw aaa
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N afreet eortb. fr TvatftA I j ItrtiUjalk
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WKlitk itreei wail, from HUM alraal aartk, aad
New Jeraey artaae, froM Bt v Talk at aaa 1
fiiiaairaai iron it bvi.b.
Karth Capitol Utt, haaa L alraal ank 1 Row
Mad atraal fffJ!xIU. ,trMl irik'
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Twal'ih a I rut aatt. frdrB I ta BT atraal BdBtb.
K atrl aoalb. fro JlfVa U BfBtk atreel
,"1 tlTIIfTH WARD.
O alraataoaihrr new Jeraay ataaae le Third
1 R atnal aoatb.frm BUtk elreei wl le llTblh
treat weal. .
Bidder wlllalat tkprl par cV T4 tff
J radial . aad tba prlea per iaara yard far raraU
II tba fradlaf la b paid for ealyaae way,
atiaar a eatilaf aftllla-Hb4t wklib neat era
Bach alreet raaal b bid fvir aparUly.
All larplaa eatlh is be dapotlUd wbara lb
alaaloaatiaf mpraTtuaaU la tba ward i
Bvv rlaesfaSa-dar lai fcrlt JtMart.
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iii It -I.. illikiiiMfl aflt vhlk II (hater
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Mitt r farm eeilM
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bMrflTNraMMbMfibf l.kwt.i aardk.
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ntiitan plats ?iir .d mastlr mir-
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IbaiaiprovenaBta ara la ba aiar d'roeL
Tba rlabtlki reject aay r all ilia leraaarrad.
Uab IH t;i b aaooaipaaiad by a wrllUa
aaraataa Ibal if aatb kid la eec-pUd b4ldir
(.aurpaie .ul htgum
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ErK7 Llvat Oil la lata ablaailaBBtila 1a itta t,t
aaJ anal I Ilia taitamdllr Ultaa bf alltal pr
aaaUprajJualltaor mora li
Ikat hladiBr Bll bm.
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badclriaapthaaM Cod Lltar (111 altocathtri
badfflraapthaaMf Cod Lltar Oil athttttatri
t"! ""r MtJta wa Cavil bf Df. afrl
r,UrHallar'aOtii Lltar Oil, I bar prntrlbad It
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la alatpU ibat m ablld cam madaraiaar H) i
l.lhlraaalac thai acarwlr aar tffit la rtqalrtd
Ukaapll laaaotloa, aad (atapaVuo'parrttMlai
.TbtWaodwaaawariatl riralPiliaftl tbaparla
BifMaliUalalM7i UiabtHtMadalaat PIplamaM
variaaa iBHtiiaia now iotb, ikviik. uoib
blfdai at Mai-Tlaad lailllata. balUaaorH 1-tS. ar
raraaaa U aarb rib Uaal Uarhlaa far faiallf
raaattfl .all &k fall Lb bibbiIbb lb VrktO
bfrrpmrakaaia aat ra.
laiUilmaal nf 6 pat naith by
. ktltt taaatbalratt,,
BL PaaatjIfaalaaTaaat bad D at.
TlmltthUrltm fa.lt ThUfji.
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PEnEY DAVia PAIK KILLKB,
Raa bM Ual4 ta attrr Tarlaty afallnaU, tad br
alMai Btarr aa'loa kaawa la Jnartaaa Ilia
la almnat aaaaiaat aonpaaUa aad laoatliaabl
Irlaad i lb niMloaary aad Iba trttlai-tfa a
aad laid, aad aooaaikootd ttaftl aa aar Lakaa
aBttfBtMinf ikahMkllhi bIbIm
aara t fall lartad fal tba taaalaaPala
Ktilar. at taaar varthtata aoatrana ar atlampW
lobtitMld aik creairapaUtloa af ihla valaabla
ad Ul a a.
liPDlraallia arfinpair aaah battl.
priai3rta.,60t)iaMa.aid HI par Datlla.
aid l7 ail btttdltiaa l)ln ibmI.1..Iiw
axrf ! rdrfor lb tar at Uvaaanp
lloaaad DlBBBMaof tk La a fa, Tbarataliof lia
at la a prMf ml Ita craal vala. . Tbaaitraer
dlaarr batvliaf praparttaa ( ibla rMdr ar pJ
rlaaaatl br all Uaa wka bar d 11 1tlr
lttnaT U a Taa ad la a paaipblat.blth raa
ba bad af tba aoata wbara lb aivdtalaa la fr aal
Cafjf. aad Clda, bwar dlalrnalbf. ara
arokaaiplaaalatradtblrabarl IIm. br aalaa
aaMBiflialatbIaaca,a)bal la Matter
ih paiTia ar Ban 17 azpBatorawa.
Atha'f taac BaUaa aoalaia a opt an la y
forat It la prfattr kanalaiafor 1biaoai dan
aUaklltL, lllaavai-Twhara la food danaad. aad
( a-o4 aaturacUoa. Phralclaaa ahikitt
rallad UariklrpaUaU,knld trrtblanadl
aiaa b(r ihay gu iba p at wakaow rr
aaaar aalaabla llvaa bT bta iatd br bal
paraaadod to at r II a trial. f
i 'm,ldtpair baa all aibr raaaadlaa hT
Mlad, bat trp Utla raaiodr aad ya will al a
Tba prpriUra aflkla valatbla Balaaat Uba
piBria aaiiiaii ilia mmiini i au .
talaUra. d4iir tbal Ihar prtara rapplf
r 11. aia: rtnaiaa4 II t Ikalr afliaUd patrvaa
Ebb itivBti. it wiitBiaaa itj
a tba aalabratad Pal Klltar.
'I tctll Cur taAaiatf Itmtktri fall.
Jlraallaaa inaaMat aiiki htMila. Para dab
tu mia1" tB m trtvo 1 ta m m
ll hd-li t.kla lk
r3f ABBULUTK DIVUllOMI .&..
'. (illrobulaad la Kaw lorh, ladUaa,
Illlala aad tbr but far par fr aar
tat or aoaatrr. Utal rrfbt daacrtlea.
' BWB klBVlt Ilklllttl an
a pabllallpi a abaica aatll dlrAta oblaiaotl
AdTita'ra. BaalaaaaaaUbllakikd tflMaprara,
Addraaa, M. UUDaK. Ajun.j,
, a alt tm lfa, TB If a, a at,. Haw TwK Cur.
WUKTIIKAUTB AJID AV1VXB.
ItlATS TOR YOOfld
I MIS, a I! a (la aad
lairiac wtlk a
aaatUry aid far tk k
K3f-A. CAKU-A OUrmrmmm. while
dlBTrdaaaaadalBpl rdy for tkeare
af narvaaa Waaka, bUrly Decay. Dlaaaa af
ibaDrlaarf aad Sanlaal Off aaa, aad lb wbol
trala ef dlaerdera breaibt am by baavial aad
xir riaiBiiaaiB AiBria aa aiiaaioaaTTi
Tlaloa bablta Oreal BBtnbrBaa baaa ard
by thl aabt raaaadr. Vnmi
tnuTi dbb ttrti
rapudby adaair I
rtaaaU, 1 will aaad
baaadltb adlalal aaJ aafortai
rraiaptaa ay a
Cfar prparlc aad '
TUB BYESiailT accurately tutted
with IkhUa or other Spectacle, and
cheaper than cueuAert.
Optician, National HotcL.1
ITTABIIlHUTOBf DErlTAL FLACK.
ff ' M
lBit) Kaaaaahataatle AvaBttaJ
near raaneeata airaet.
aiagle appar a iiwar .....,.,. .. !'
Panlal aat fia. -. tllo I'
azaraauaa ay uaaaaaipar ma,
a. S71 Paatylalefaa,btwa Teeth aad
Rlaf aatb atrt. aaatk aid.
Beeke elHaatly ef plalaly baaad. PcriedUale
aad BBnBTff BfttTl'BltaailaJ l.
jOl -rsr Bar i asr c s
tor stores, err; and country
tf.Mhal.nl fot .U kr
M. O. OOFKLtDB,
fttl Lomlal... ...... fwt out f rf.tkl.
I'OKTfCElVfl VICUNA J1EER
Upreaeaaealby teed JaT(tbe pitlaile
aay BIIB krtfor latreJaeed, II la tare
baaltkyaairafrublitt.aad Mldatlba foUevlaf
Xrafr'a. 8yilk alraal, aaar Fallal Cflce.
J. Baek'at D, aearte'ealA atraal,
Oaa. Joaapk Girkardl'a, Teatb aaar D atrafi.
B. Uaait'i. MttrepeltUa Halt.
Joba Xeaaat Rebaflita Park, mba-la
Tb aUla ef Ue BlatrUI Are rMpaelfaUy tl
ROBERT FULtON & CO.,
tu vxhtb itxest; ,
Bat tree D etreet aad Peaaiylyeala araaue.
lave raaaaUy aud exUaalre AtraMmeata fay
Herobawllae mt Krery UcSTlptleM
Or-ta BTIRT SAT (teadayi anapUd) fremB
U. Tkelealy Obrtatlaa Laaa OBra la Ik
pEOPOHU FOB ,C0E ARD nAr
Ornea or tat Paroy QoiataamaTta, I
reaTLiaraiwoaTa, Kaaaaa, V
L , , . ... MareblKlBU,
Jlaa.14prOMaaUwlll raaalrad at Ibla moa
aaiMprOMaaUwllllia ratal tad at Ibla mo
l8l iV to""B KaVpftallut hMeS
with kk.llaj Oora aad Bay la aaab qaaaUllta aad
alaaihUMu aaap ba raqalrad, at lb below
Tfti r"""i ttBBt air taa BHI JBiy W
Al 1, J Wjetl'i f. 'iaba oaaty, Ka-
Al Uriah (1
a a iraa, 4araa aoaaty.Kaaaaa,
lllayie Mtlitoi MtribaatabU
Cra, MOO bail!
ur kttkiLIU Miau la Lha baaMal.t ri
. nay a
Bid aaaat b aaada avarally lor Mabloatltr
adtbartlUoalrat4 (or atatl ba dalltarad
y tkoalraclor free af aipaaaa talha Oorera
rrapeaaj will be rtld fr aty raauaaJble
parlloa af tba aiaoaak raqelrad, .
Ba proposal will be urlalaad aaUaa tba parly
ptaklaflaaaaaaela prauat! tbeapaalai of lk
bide, ar repreata4 by aa aieal ar atlaraey, pr t
iwa al ula aataa la be raapeaalkla.
Tkf aaaat aoadllloaa, wblalLeaaba crUla4.
t tbU aflat, wlllb laipaar apoa bid data aad.
oatracUr. Blaak fonaa ( pipeal will ba-nrt
altaedapoaappllaallea. . . ,
By aalbariiy of ibCalf Qauteraaalera B
W ItBIRBTeH fiCTI ADD IMFRIWHIRV
Iwmsxv IIitbhtjb receipt ytertlAT
Bbnator Mo 1 tom bat the, floor 1o tb
BtDbta IcHlaj, And will rum an itu.otUT
pcech on tba MnatBs; Oaotrlm bill.
Tim UcGAmiltUH ca wu before the
Ucmi JadlcUry Cotnmltle jettcrdar, Bsd
DftTid B Wllaoo, tv., wai hwrd rartber la
behalf ef lb New Idrl cotopaoy.
Mr Kiiioht. (ha loMrtateodeot of the
work on the 8L Tanl cvitom-hotMe. wai
before the Com mill ee on Expend.., ret on
Foblle BnUdlnga jCTterdAjr, and wai ex
amtned In relation to that work.
Tns follow !dc 6fflcn, nnaiilgoed, haye
been ordered to report to the nllrior board.
at New York, of which Oaneral McDowell U
prealdenti Brerct Llentenant Colooeli J J
Catllo, cAplilni T.A. Dodge, capuloi E.
D. Knox, lint lteatentot.
Tub dlibarKmenU from the TieAiary
Departmcot, ataetx Ibe lti IniU&t, hare
been ciceedlntiT imall M compared with
other tnoolhe. The amouitl eo far paid oat
"ban been leee than tre? Ixpended In a alml-
ur period dnrtof the ptut ten yean.
ABTATBifRsrof the grou collection of
Internal rcreone Ioce the orgenlxatToo of
the bnrtao, la 1813, ehowt the amount cow
tected to Jane 30.1869, to bo 11,297,225,-
B3S.01 Too recelpti for the preseot flical
year are tall mated at 1 175,000,000. The
people ran form tome Idea of the taxable
virtue of the United Blatee.
AnurbrriotRi who baTe tendered tbelr
reitraatloni, particularly thote cttIdj on
the frontier, are now aoilooa to recall them,
and elcnlfy their readloeea to be matured
out nnder the prorltlont of Senator Wilton!
armj bill, which propoeeato fire the offl
cert wboaremnitcredontwUhln tit monlbi
one year't pay and allowance.
LlBOTCBAMTQOTBBlfOB ROOT, Of KtntU,
who hat J tut been appointed mlnUter to the
nasae, U one of the original Free-State
ploncen of Kansas; was a member of hir
first Freo-etate Leguialarei resigned the
poet of Llentenant Governor at the opening
of the late civil war and served with honor
to the close. The selection It a deterred
remembrance of the vanguard of freedom.
NatioralTubatrr Lotta will appear
tontht In a pari not jet represented by her
during fcir present sojourn "Fixe Fly."
The play-goers evidently desire a change
from that of the somewhat Incongruous
dramatisation of the old " Curiosity Shop,"
for there were several vacant seats last
night, although the performance was excel
lent. We trait she wilt have a foil attend
ance dutlng the remainder of ber stay, and
a routing benefit to-morrow evening.
Join tub FaocBtaioif It would be well
tor til thecltlxens favorable to the objects
of the demonstration on Friday evealar to
"fall Into Hoe' or the procession, as the
various wards, utoclatlont aad divisions
pass alongt Q1 It would be still better to
have tbem appear at the headquarter In the
several wards In time (at 8.30 o'clock) to
take tbelr places and receive the lanterns
and tranipartneles la readiness for them.
Cries W. Field Is nowhere endeavoring
to get a charter from Congress for an ocean
telegraph line from the Pacific coast to
China and Japan via the Sandwich Islands.
When this line Is constructed Mr. Field says
there will be a continuous line of telegraph
all round the world Mr.Fleldw.tr endeavor
to get as much American capital Into the
enterprise at, possible, though he Is deter
mined to have the line, let the capital come
from where It may.
Qbxbbal BodonaLD. commanding mill
tary department of the Mlaiourl, It U said
will be assigned to the command of the mill
tary division of the Pacific, made vacant by
the death or General Thomas T&e rumor
tbat General Pope, now commanding the
department of the Lakes, will be sent to tba
PaclUe coast U without foundation, General
Bchofield having made application for that
position some time since, and would have
been tent to the raclfle coast If General
Thomas claim bad not takes precedence by
seniority of rank. J
Ton Committee of the House on Eduea
tlon and Labor, mat ai 10 o'clock yeslarday.
In addition to the committee, mere were
presenter Wood and bis conosel,Mr. Joe.II.
Bradley, and Geo. Howard and Mr. Keloham,
aa eminent lawyer from New York, who
appeared as the counsel for Gen, Howard
The namea of six witnesses whom be desired
summoned, were presented to the committee'
by Mr. Wood,-and It wu understood tbal
they were to be called for the session to be
held this morning; and the examination ttg?
CoTfMiflsrosia'Firayn, of the Patent
Offlca, hat la lha matter of tba Interference
between th application Of TaL P. fihaffner
for letters patent for improvement In process
tormAnuiturlngnitro-glycerjne, ana tnt
letters patent of George W. Mowbray for
the same Invention, reversed the, decision of
the board of examiners, and awards priority
to Motrbray This,' It It presume J, will
lead lo litigation, and the particular merits
of the applicant will be demonttrated 1b
legal manner. The commissioner hat ex
tended for seven years the patent of M.
Horsford, Of Cambridge, Mass., for Improve
ment In preparing phosphor! add at a sub
stitute for other solid acids.
Tbb caucus of Republican Senators which
assembltd yesterday spent more .than an
hoar and hair u good-nnmoreaiy consid
ering tba personal grievances which Senator
Cole baa presented for consideration, and
after a patient sitting and a close Tote de
termined, to adjourn to Friday next. Sev
eral Senators, teeming to regard tba whole
affair aa an unnecessary bore, absented
themselves from the caucus, that at one
time leaving It without a quorum. It wet
suggested by a wag that the soiled linen of
Benatpr Colo And Secretary Gorhara be
handed back to them, with the request thru
It be washed elsewhere. The suggestion la
not wltboot reason, at the Senate bat never
yet been coorcrted Into ft laundry.
DiWHiBoo Soldi tu Ltabli to tbb Ih
ooktB Tax. - Commissioner Delano bta
written a letter concerning the Inquiries
which bare recently been mads at tb In
Ureal llevenu Office by officers and sol
diers of the late war with regard to the res
crlalloa of July 39, 1847, exempting soldiers'
locom ee from special tax Imposed br tbe res-
olatloa of July 4, isdl, and asking If, Under
IU provisions, they1 art, hot entitled to ex
emption of Income taxes forv ISO?, The
Commissioner In bU rply( which quotes
the various laws of Congress on tbe abject
of general and special income tar, sa'yt that
the exemption Is limited to tbe apodal tax,
Imposed by tho resolution of July 4, IW1,
And hat no reference whatever to The In
CObtMItSIOKH Pakxbr, of the Indltif
bnrean, yesterday dispatched a Urge pack
age, containing papers of vaccine virus, to
tbe West for distribution atnoog tbe In also
superintend en cles, with instructions tbst
they be used at once. Owing to the fright
ful mortality tbat follows tbe Introduction
of small-pot Into a tribe, the Commissioner
his given InstruetloQ to superintendents lo
btTsall thelndlaot In their charge vacci
nated, and to make full returns In July, on
bhftikt carefully prepared for tbe purpose,
of tbe number of Indians unprotected from
small-pox, tbe number Ttednated and tbe
number of successful vaccination. A
prompt compliance with the ordsr of tbe
Commissioner It is believed will be tbe
means of saving the lives of thousands an
nually, i !
Tan rxHiu cotjptVss In tbe Internal
revenue office, assisted by a detail from tbe
Register's Bureau, are engaged tn con nil og
sixteen large boxes of spoiled stsmp re
cently received from tbe contractor for
These stamp comprise the ipolllioprlotlBg
since 1S63, with tbe exception of 37,074,629
stsmp which are said to have been destroyed
by tba contractors la 1900, and lavsntcry 33
003,804 AsUmD. Tbeyare In all shapes,
liee,'rrlortAariptlod and conatllons,
some of tbe sheets being so solidly gummed
together at to render It almoit Impossible
to separata tbem, aod reclaim and Identify
tbe stamps. The labor of counting tbem
nnder such circumstances, It aan well be
Imagined, Is no trifle.
In connection with this subject, it eppeers
that the entire number of adhesive stamps
Issued by the Government since tbe enact
tnent of the Internal revenue taws Is 3,rU3,
079,578. Mr. Richard D. Ibtiho appeared yester
day before Mr. Lynch'a special committee
on tbe causes of decline In American com
merce In behalf of tho padfie Mall Steam
ship Company, to Advocate an Increase of
tbi postal service between the United Slates
and China and Japan, from monthly to
semi-monthly tripe, and a proportionate la-
crease of subsidy.
Mr. Irving urged tbat the commercial de
mendswereln excess of the present capa
city of the Hoe but not enough to support
more frequent tripe without Government as
sistance, and that unless the service was In
creased there was danger of foreign steam
ers coming In and establishing ruinous com
petition. The committee listened to the remarks of
tbe gentleman with a great deal of interest
New Poet Ornca BTAtfr4-We have
been shown specimens of the newly de
signed post office stamps, brought out by
direction of Postmaster1 Genertl C re i well,
under the Immediate direction of tbe Third
Assistant Postmaster General W. H. Tlrtlll.
The stamps are uniform ta slse, which Is
about the same at that 'of tbe tamps used
prior to tbe Introduction of ttose now In use,
and tbe Idea of profile buitt Is carried oat
through the entire series. pete stamp
will be pkced on sale as' soon at tbe old
stamps now printed and prepared are dis
The following Is tbe official description of
the new stamre i One cent Franxunj pro
file bust, after RabrlchtImperUI ultra
marine nine. Two wuu-ra.uwu jiroflle
but, after Powers velvet brown. Three
cents Washlo cton t profile bust, after Hou-
don mllorl green. Six cents Lincoln) pro
file bust, after Yolk cochineal red. Ten
cents-Jefferson i profile bust, after Powers
statue chocolate. Twelve cents Clayi pro
file bust, after Hart neutral tint (purple.)
Fifteen cenUWebsteri profile bust, after
Clevengef orange. Twenty-four cents
Scott profile bust, after Coffee pure pur
ple. Thirty cents-Hamlltoni profile bust,
after CerracU-black. Nineteen cents
Commodore O.H.Perryi profile bust, after
Wolcolt't statue carmine.
Iktbaratioral Coirior. Hon. William
D. Keller, on behalf of the noose Commit
tee oa Coinage. Weights and Measures, re
ported In the House yesterday a bill to pro
mote tbe esUbUthmt.t of a metrical system
of international coinago by enacting tbat
the gold hereafter eolnedi by tho United
Bates shall contain for each dollar of de
nomlnaltonal value one and one half
grammes of pare gold, and shall weigh for
each dollAone and two third rammestbe
MMwilAn AiTaltA ti tka anttrflweltThtbe.
lag thus kept as one to ten." '
The bill aio.profide.uiAtucn cotna.
shall 'nave stamped upon them, In addition
to their devices, their weight In grammes
and the Inscription nine tenths fine."
Mr, Keller.calUd attention to the fact that
tba bill vrofrosed a reduction from the ex
isting Tftlue of our standard goia coma oi
lest thaa on third of one per cent., and
consequently 'requiring no mlw cottage.)
He also sUtedtbat t&A gold coinage oi a
large number of countries, representing a
population of ( upward of (im AuitdrrJ mo
tions, wae already very nearly metrical,
ipeclfylotthecoaatriwaQd he degrees of
dlrergenee'taeaeh case from the metric
standard He also read extracts from sev
eral uUrittBHrhleU published by dI.Ua
gulsbed 'writers In Germany ana if ranee,
commending the system which be advo
la accordance with resolutions and me mo
rula from leading scientific bodies la tbe
UnUedBtateawWeh, h4lbeea referred to
the.corni'niltee At Ibetoaclastoq of his re-
mazke Mr. Kelley moved to recommit th
bill to the Commhtee'on Coliugej which
was Accordingly done.
MrbcuartV ClIsiks. Tb6 litigation be
tween Mr. F.Mc Wraith and Messrs. FnRle
A Co. -finally terminated on yesterday The
facts are that the former entered the employ
of the latter aa talesman, at a stipulated
alary, payable per week., 'At th close of
tbe fall season Messrs. Fogle A .Co. notified
Mr. MeWrallh that, owing lolhedallnM of
trade, they were under the necessity of dt
penslng with his services. To IbU Mc Wraith
refuted his assent, and, being' discharged,
brought suit at tbe end of each week. Uy
legal advloe he tendered hi reelect eaoh
Monday and demanded fit wtget each Sat
Srday, and on nfusal brought suit. Tbe
tfentawa tbat no suit could' be brought
until the year bad elapsed. If any, and Ibe
usages of employers here and lu all large
cities In tbe dry goods trade was to dlsmUa
clerkt daring tbe dutl'teaton".
The plaintiff maintained tbat hi agree
ment was a pcrmaneo tone, though do period
was fixed, wbleh Included dull and busy sea
sons. All suits bat one f were dedded for
OalulllI, which, were appealed by defendant
o tba City Court. Subsequently on the
plaloUfTi report for duty be' waa directed
' to go to work," which be did, and has re
mained torn five weekt la the itrflco ot U
nrmi Bnui ioi-j TiBi lyiu.,i .
flntuy tettled by tbe de(endanuptymeut of
coat ana me amouui oi um ij uui mu
ub UMWi-aith TninnUrlly withdrew from
tbe employ of the firm. The UUfiaOoa ilia
been a warm and a very expensive one to
both partlee. ifaatmorg Jt ima.
A mirATOtt from Bayonne, France, dated-
yceteraay morning, tiaiea tu event mvrv
CarlUCleadtiC uav"Jat passed OTerlsW
Snala. It la renartad Lhal th Kmraror's
: , -.i ..'zz..ci 1.'. ".. mi
THE IffOHI.WATIOW OF Mil, EMERY.
we nave received tbe following comment-
cations from prominent actors it the rsfdrm
mfetlng In Union League nelUon Taeeddy
night, ta explanation of their aetteVlo
nominating Mr. Emery for Msyor. If s
outiairioai incie gentlemen snonia nave
a hearing, and we therefore cheerfully glv
thslr communications a pMctf la our Co!
nmntt ra (be KdlUr tf Ih RtpuMHa ,
la vour atrlelur tnta niton lha aetloa
f lha ladapeodent RtpublUaa Reform Aaao
alalloo on Tut i J ay rcalB In plaaleg I amj
laalloa Uatbw (f Emery, q , for Mayorof
this ally, 1 feel that you bar tlana thoaa who
iovb. pan in maiiranrnviion iojwu, ivubm
not latrmtloaal, for 1 bllva yea .to b mal-
nalav hktha tiaat nl a.ll... Vnna MnAll Af
Jhe iiroleedlnn were truthful, 4anlld aod
uat, aad with that I take do laeue, Tbat the
puuMtj uiaj uuuiriitDU wny it bkib i iiiiwh
aUloa oa Tnraday avsalaf, I raapett fully aaR
for apata to drdaa our poallloB.
Th f njlapeodaat Hrpubllean ItfArr-Aaft-elattam
waaorftalieiloii lhaTtkor Februtry
I aat. Of tba eoaatltutlon sadJidtTrcaa pob-t
llahrf at !hr Una, we dlaeloatd oar lalaalloa,
ttlooiafron lha old party, or nor prP
erly spaaklar, Mth Uowea laallac, aad la
have mo farlher poll l lea I affliUt'00 w,,h ,lv
We hare always alec our otf af alloa taken
the poiltlon, both publicly ad pllvalaly, that
we would lofato no convention called JI Vf,
A.Ctob,or whtr Mr. Dowaa'a naaieiwoiUd
beoaed. llavlaf mail that deeltratloa, we
da not io how we can Jaally bs uddby
thaatSAaardofothera, who tbouth oppoatil
ta Kt, flowsa, stln ellnf to what wa rt ard as
a tatdkQ Id, Ibat tbay aaa overpower blot
B PODkUtUIl IVOTIHIIVUl i
Oa the tsthor Jtlareh, tbe Itetorm Aaaoel
llowea Hrpublleana la the eavtral wards to
chooa five delegates from aaab ward, to aa!
laUalea LK 1UU oa tbe Stklaitiat, to
onatnuia a ftatrai aono
Itla ta aat In aaa
eatt with the Indcpedeat Republic to Iterorn
Aaaoalatloa. Uoly tbre ward reipeaded to
tbla invitation, notwithauediaa: a written
ootlae of the aellon of the Reform AnoeUtloo
was aent to theprealdeola of every Bepubll.
esn ward slub op pond to Air. Uowea. Wa
saw the lima fast anproaehlar for holding our
aoaual lton the rafUtrattoo laprogrraa
with great frauds btlog patpe'ra'e J by the
eoloflitttofi of Illegal volar from Virginia
aod Mary land, and great apalhyon the part of
oareltlteas la regard to rrglitratloe. .
Wa eould aol hold a eoaventloa with all the
warda rtpraBtid neither eould w hold a
maea neat lag to bo a. Is at a a eaedldate who
woura rapreaeama, a aiar nifimii utit
oral lloea bo dUtutbed and broken up, aa
well ai oar uvea eanengerea, py air, nowan-a
paid rowdlea. Thar waa no eouras left bat to
make aa Independent nomination, which the
name of oar atioelatloa would jaetiry aa la
making. If wa were to call a hundred mate
meetlags we eon Id hot gat tog tbr a fairer
rtpraaeaUlloaof tb Republleaa pporfttloo
to Sir. llowra thaa wae preieat ai Voloa
Lcaga 1111 oa Tavaday avealag, Tbsr was
aaaudleae oompovadof upward Of alabuo'
dred people, rrpreitotlBK many of our oldeat
and beat el t lien a, both white and colored,
rii.ntn anil Ir.ih. aa wtl aa elerbi la the da
partmsata, and a mora orderly or harmonious
DiaailOB B Hf l.l 1V..1B.1. .H .. V. mmj
. Ik a aftr.
Wo are unable to upon what prlaelple
of Juatlee thoa aatl Uowea Itepablleaas who
..It 4u1.m I hair lalantlAB at tralna lata a
oavaatloo with Mr. Uowas.eaa tai fault
wlthu If they weraaot prtteat wllh ua It
wee aot became thy wer not waaled or not
Utiles, but beeauae they felt tt to be their
dutr lopuraneadiacMBt court. With tbla
wanBdoerauli.thoueh w regret it, aod feel
tbat thy will ytlseo that they bay made a
ntalak. t .
ror Mr. niehardi.whoa name has beeo men
tioned aa aa opponeat of Mr. Uowea, la what
le sailed the regular convention, we entertain
aonc other thaa th klodeit feellnga. Wo be
lieve h would make a good mayor, aod If
elected all elaiae would ba treated with cour
tesy aod reapest Thar haa been but three
gaatlemen recently named In eonaeetlon with
the mayoralty. Mtaari. Emery, nieharda and
Uowea. Th two last named bav decided lo
go Into th asm eoavcatloo.
Mr. Umery Is th only geallcma., whose
aamahaa been presealed to the reform ano
elation or which be la a member. How we
can be blamed for aeleetlag one of our own
members la prefereaee to icatlemea not mem
ber, aad who dee II a to allow their namae to
s oeed by utla a separate eoareatlon, 1 am at
loai to underitand.
Wo have doo tha beat we could under the
elraumataoets. If we have done wrong, we
mutt bid the coaacqusnees. W feel thai we
haveplasad laaomlaatloa a gentleman who
truly repraasats us. and who anjoya th aoeB
dene aad reapct of thl oommanlty. Io tbla
we have baaa oaalateot. We now Invite all
rJ it with ta. ri
Mat hew O, Lry la the Mayor's ehair.
J, 11. Ubamb.
..-;.-T ".-.. -- af. - -..- ...
HOB in BBaiaauvn ir iaior. whi aaai
evening, wae deprecated aa not being In ac
eordaae with party usage, aad X do not quea.
llnnlha nranrfat of Btl-lctorc Band hTTOU
from that polat. Pitas do m the favor of
allowing pe I your paper for a few brief
remarxs ironi my (BapDiDi,abiiBg pariien
tar Tafarsnaa ta nr nation. Tha nub) la la
awar of the insane' retorted to by thoae of
taeciiy omaiaja waa r uiidib,ii an mi
re-electton of Mr. Uowea, regard lea of tha
boaeat dlffercnea of oplalon held by hie oppo
sable, who are not 1 Republican la prlael
ple, wnacaain raa man ana jepiioi,
oa wbleh you Juatly anlmadrartcd. With eO
elal laflaeaae, proaf Ituted to damorallic party,
ao show of (alrncaewaa left. What shall b
doael Submit tamely totnlarulel
The totraIa Involved la thoaa questions
a a bib. and tmarirad of war fallow attl.
tcna.momcotuou. Nethlag could- be hoped
( tha ninal nartv aatlon. With thla view
of tha caj, th oams of Mathaw O. Emery
waa need with th knowledge that many sill.
ana tixarkantha baat lntarait of tha ellv
tra Dl paianvilii ,bitv(ibmb u im svuiiiii
eleetloa, will gly blm their, cordial and
earaeat support. If Mr. Emery ba elected fof
which I feel confident) thank. Inetead of etlb
laian wtt ha awarded, aa la that aaaa tba a la
ment of beauty aad proaparlty of Wsahlng
tea will be developed, In tend of being eacrW
Reed to sslf sssklog, aad approval will ba
forced even from the caremecieramere or our
nob city. '
TUB MelABLA"tD TRUL
Itir Tomb, April 1A The court-room Is
crowded, as uaual, laaludlag more womsa
tho usual Several letter written by Mr.
Ualheua to Mr. Rlakardeon-MaFarland weio
read, similar lq chsraetsr to thoie already
The recorder lallmatrd that the eounael
would do wall to refrain from reading Ibe Ut
ter merely relatlag to Mrs. Ualhoue'e prsoa
al foliage, aad aol directly baarlag on tha
Judge Davis saldhesappeiadtheprosacalloa
could aot object to th reading of tha Icttera
which the prjaooer had plundered from tbe
tralr of hla wlfa. aad which tha da fan a a
md to think supported some theory of
iiaarUa W. Eaatwood waa lha Brat wllaeaa
tenlar. Wa a woolloa dealer. Knew M.
Farland. Did awl regard blm la hi right
mind. Tbe prlonr often told tbe wltacas
tktt h had aot had a good night's sleep la six
-.!. ai a. a.,, kal.kakll fkB waa ltaj
SaafertV. Waksmaa was th neat witness.
Kawtbprlaoar. Regarded blm fraatlcoa
Ueorge WclUags, a waller la a rcttanraat,
alao tatiad thai he know Bdcrarleadl
thought him frenilad.' Used often to bssr
blm muttering to hlmaclf.
fThreorur aaaao air.uranam io iBtuaaia
how long ha Intended .to acautaolatlog evl
dance as to MsFatlaad't peallarlt1
tMr. Uraham saia tbay tntanaeu to prove y
overwhelming evldaoco tbat the defendant
wae deranged omtha a object of hie troublac.
la such a ease it was Impossible for them ta
know wnen tavy una girea vaouga oi err
MiahssI Oallahsn, employed la the same
rsauuraala tbe prcrloua wltaeaa, gave oor
reboratlv Icatlmoay.. Tb atatement made
bribe brother of Ibe prleoaerto wltaeae, la
regard to the Strang ooadnstuf MaFarlaad,
waa, alter argamaat, ruled out as Incompetent
testimony, - ' -
Several other wllblsacs wer examined,
aad all ttttlflcd that they regarded Mc tar
land as one wboae mlod haa loal tie balance.
trevloucto tho adjoorameal ef lb court
JuJgeUavle stated that th soaoaalfor tbe
Srlioaer, he preeumed anlnUotloaally, had
caslojuatlc to a party who waa entirely
oatild of thecal. In tha following manner
rat may air. ucrry woaa raauiag oaa oi
Mr. Ualhoua'a lattarcmade what waa la
tended lo reprcMat it word you"red J.
it. Y" Th evprecaloa In which th letters
oceurrdi, "Three persons are much to me
Inihoflsab. J. K, Y., aad you sn guess lb
MOrsban Said Ihey wer eoafldeat Ite
letters war Intended for Initiate, a daah being
after cue n letter, which would not be the oat
tf they were aueoeptlble of lb reading sug
anted by Jodg Uavls,
The eounstl forth prlaoecr had soma doubt
aboutbarlnc'th letter read In court lu tbe
Creacao i latica, t ocipg act ia ooaceniir,
el their delarmlaatloalo do juatlao to their
clleal canted Ihem la forego ail eoaaldcraUoaa
afdallflaav la relation to (ha aattarj
Mr. tlerry ssld that berere taking a copy of
tha letter he bad examined tbe letters with
thrse microscopes, and had no douht they
were as be read tbem.
tobesuhjeslsdta tb teal of ommoanc,
aad aot of to Ureal onee, Vorblaowo part be
agreed with JadgaOavIs.bul would leave tb
TB rcaartiar aaiti mai iaa muir waa oaa
m mar iwr inuciatvaai toa jury,
The court then adjourned.
Cocht FATOevt has iticeeeded lu forming
a new cabinet at Vienna, aa followt i Pre.I-
Coni or toe ivouncu orme muter ann Aim
jaUr or Agriculture, Count Patockl) MloU
ter of the Interior and War, Count E. do
Tttfisi M In liter of Juitlce end Publlo In
strocUoa,MTschabucbo1ggi Minister of
Finance, M. Dliutm ru4 MlriUut of Com.
Kiwi M. PfpnUir w r ' " l 4
Tbe Cbarsea Aralaat Mr. Ctapp,
'Tht leyeallatIoa latothe aharfeaalaal
Prlatar tilann au raaraad
atarday before tba Baaat Oonmlttta o
Vrlnflot:. Saaator Harris sondaetlaf Ih et
wn. llardie sworn and axtmloed by the
nroaaantlaa. la a nifiiniD. Thauaht air.
Ethel rase if ad Ih jpren room as wall as II
oonia oa maoafra. cinai orr low wiibbbb
tbal he wasaeOBipoallor. Ooa naa la the
office named Heotl waa not a a nan tan t. bat
did not h aow If ha waa employed byMr.MhtL
u. u. nonfB reeanea ey ta proaeaion.
Wltaeaa had lafl the ffAvaranaAt nrlntlntv
offleaalaee ftetaallOadberor tbaeommlltaa.
Hhanklam said lo wlt&f that ba bad learaad
mai witasas laatinaa eeior inetommitiae
lhal bathonihltoo maaymaa were eaiployad
In that room, aod ha(ShaekUa) thoafhtlf
anr maa aatarlBlaBtllhatftnlalAB hakaB KattB
leave tba offl a. Shaaklaa told wltaaaalt waa
oat hladeilra lo dlaeharta hlaa la reply to
wllaeas telllnf Bhaaklao that It waa his pre-
roaBiiTB io aiienarr mm, onanaiaB anuraa
wllnea that he did not dealre bin to leave
thaoOl. Wltnaii thauiht Itbla dutv ta nnlt
the offlea. Did ao volaatarlly. Tba proof
reader In the Job roonkaewall about Ih
amouatof work don
uoa. j. it. Kia.or H. II, etamlaad by the
proaaeatloai Was a praetleat prlbter. Had
aavar baan aaeaaiBBtNiia hnAi ttwAtki aaoo aa
I 000 loof primer solid waa ooaaldared a fair
day's work. Tho poorer tbe sopy the leas a
naa cuuui (. uia sot inias raamy na aooia
aat S.OMama la aim hour. Wllocaathoaght
the work eould b redaoed matt year, aad
therefore Ihauabt tba aneronrlatlaa aautd b
sutdowp. Mr.Ulapp aTer held out aay I-
aucemoai 10 wtiaaaa to soaameie raatiera.
UyMr.tilappi Watlavlted by Mr.Ulapp to
imc to tha offlea aad aea aa to how It was
managed. , ,
Tboiaaa P. Psnaiaetamlned by the prosecu
tion, 1 foramaaof the folding-room at tbe
OavatBlilBtaBa. Tha wsrk a nntsnaaralal
uaianoaaaad the riaaaee Report naa some
mletakee.of which th commute waa famil
iar, Kaew r an laatanee where one of tbe
workmen waa required to pay forth blunder
bemad Knew a maa aamad tlrak employed
la tha Offlea. Narar tMMitad Alp. t!lann ta
dlsmlas hlnu Never Informed Mr. Olapp. that
atwti noa ntoma, ma aarvie wirs aow
valaabla. Wliaa ooaldrd him competent
to da the work he was oow employed at.
Uy Mr. Ulapp Wltaeaa had had ISO psrsoas
under bis suparlatendcneei no harsh or unfair
rule bad been latuadi the odlee wae eooduatad
at wall now asUnder bis pradecetaori thaNayy
ithrulatioo bad bo sent to the waate-room
on asooant of errors made at the Navy Da-
frtjat, aod tl we bow being rewritten at
he Ucpartmaati knew of tflw volumes whlah
wcat to tbe waaie-bonae under th lormcr ad
mlalalratlopi ther waa not much watt in Ih
etfistaowi la proportion to tb work don th
D. W. I lyae, recalled and examined by tb
pro, ilea -lied lft th on ilaee holeatu
fled before th committee, oa account of man
tfeetatloaaof feet log exhibited toward htm
by employees In the ofQe. 11 d a aaavcraa
tlonwlthMr. Olapp, lo whlah Mr. Olapp aa
aured wltort tbat tha paraoaal fee I Inge ba
tweea hlmlf aad wltacas bad not undergone
tb sllghtsit ah a ma. and tbat ha did not dealre
wttoaaa to lava, but wanted blm to remain la
ma otnec. wunei in in omce wi'ooui say
ing a word to anybody, Wltaeaa never con
nived with oi&ar oartlaa to Id lar Mr. Ulaoo.
la aa explanation of bta former teittmoay,
Mr. VJyna deelerad aaaat poalttve-y that, fa
hie optaloo, Mr. thll, th foreman, waa not
competent practical prlatar, aod kaew noth
ing oi the buaiacaa or toe nmee.
J.J, Uulloy, examined byth proieautloat
la meiaenrer at tha Ooecramaat nrlntlaa!
oAca. Had a laborer under blm named Peck.
who waa not competent for the work h bad
to do. Know of a lot of paper being delivered
ther which waa poor, aod It waa rrjectad,
though aoae of It had to ba oad la aeie of aa
omergeaey. A leas prise was paid for It thaa
Uy Mr.UIappt Wltneee had bean In tbe ofllee
aloe May 1, ISST. Mr. Harry Ulapp bad a good
Idsaof paper, aod did his utmost to keep the
parar up id idi aiaauara.
yatw-JV ik,ui.iai...i,i.itii vj itiv kiiviifii-
tloai Had been employed la thepelflet!oa
room at tbUovrameatoOleaatlI November
lait. Knew Mr. Brock. Did not waat to say
anything agalnat hlnu lildaot conaldcr him
aaooJ or In tar.
Th prOMCatloo announced that they had
eloaed their teatimony.
Mr. Talford then addreaaed th eommltlee la
favor of a eoof lotion, aqd aanouaalag their In
teatlon ef oiTerleg rabuttlag teetlmony.
Adjourned uatil next wdndy at It
The Alexandria Qauitt of yeaterjay re
nin g has the following Items i
Alittlb oa of Mr. Jamss Brsnnan fell
from th poop deck to tb bottom of th an
ttuld vl U taiiw tltaaii, ! yaatarear
venlng, but fortunately aoatalacd oaty alight
Astroiaof those of the Shoemaker dlrec
tor of th AUaaadrleaad Waahlagtoa rail
road tgalaal whom rule bad beap laaucd
for enatempt,rturaahle befor Judge Keith
at Warrantoa oa MoadaT laat. BDoaarad to
anawer, the rule were enlarged to the May
term OI in uireui uami aor taia ouaiy,
UoUR. B.Jobvso-i'. of this city, haa been
appelated Dlvlaloa Knglneet or the Valley
railroad, and will start for tbe fisld at once.
TiatTiaiTi ara Ileal aow wltb ladlae at
tired In the pretty spring slylea, for whlah
they have lata aalde the more sombre auea of
wioter, aoa aiitriovaa imaaaaot oioi
the public walk gay wltb pUaclag colors aad
mora piacB aaeaa.
Tub crude oil tanks at Cleveland, Ohio,
owned by W. H. Doan, took fire yesterday
from a spark from a locomotive. Tbe loet
It $40,0001 Inturanca R20.000.
RrjuoRB of tbe death of Lopes, which
were current on Tuesday, bat were not gen
erally creauea, were counrmea yeswrasy t
srauj sruitcu, atiu wviu
by dispatches from Lisbon.
Tub Democrats of Albany, N. T., elect
nine to tbe Republicans seven of super
visors. Tbe vote was tbe largest ever cast,
being about 13,000. The Democrats have a
iRAjorUy In the Board of Aldermen of seven.
TBpnlah'aulhorUIet ai! Madrid are
greatly elated with tba news from Cuba.
The latest official bulletin from De&odst
announce the Insurrection morally, though
not actually ended.
Tdb win of tbe late George Peabodr wae
admitted to probate In Essex county, Mass.,
yesterday It shows that public benefac
tions have absorbed bit property, except
about $150,000 tn private bequeatt to hit
Excbasob on Farlt is reported at pari
exchange on Itoudon, 1313"f premium
currency excuse to on the United Slates,
lonr alfht. 9V10W discount i cold ex
change on tbe Doited Bute, Iofjg,8X pre
mium ao. snort tig", anus 7i premium.
A labKjatM iiuuivt uvuH.vtwu a uciiw
Prlndpa, 10th losunt, is published la Ha
vana yesterdays A column of marbiei had
killed fifty-two Insurgents, Including Manuel
Aguerro ann xrancisco icacas, tne leaner
of tha rebels. Voluntary surrenders con
tinue. Every day numbers of tbe enemy
come into tuo opauso camp aaa ciaia
the protection guaranteed by the amnesty
firoclamailoa. Tbe rebels everywhere were
Tna trial ot the Daka of MontDeosier for
the murder of Prince Henri, of Bourbon. In
a duel In March last, wat concluded before
tbe council of war on Tuesday evening,
Tne uuxe't prompt conreasion or tne aeea.
and hi expression of regret therefor, were
accepted a extenuating circumstances. The
Duke wat sentenced to one month's exile
from the city of Madrid, and to par $9,000
Indemnity to the family oi rnnee uenru
ALTnouatt there seemt to do no douoi
that an extensive movement bat been golsg
on among tbe Fenians on tbe eattcrnlron
tiers, Informations from tbat quarter lead to
the boiler that It will proceed no further
bow lo consequence of the precaution
taken. Telegrams from St. Armand say the
people there utterly disbelieve that any raid
la contemplated or will be attempted. Ills
staled there that It It the Intention of the
government to organise a force from the
present military organisation for the north
west, and tbat ordsr will be Issued this
week. . ."
The following It given by an old stall offi
cer of Geo. Thomas's exact lanruage on
tbe subject of the Presidency, whea p-
I proecnea wua reference to a uonamauon i
r "No, gentle men 1 1 desire that yod do no-
inins in iqae oirBcaion. lor a auouia not bd
cept a nomination for the Presidency If offer
ee me. ann k wieu toy iracnua vq vautntaay
It, and not think of me In connection wllh
that office. Mr mlod Is fully made uooo
that point. 1 bare learned the trade of a
soldier, aod whatever taccett i here baa das
come from mv tilckUir to nr trade, and 1
am now too oid v team ano(ucr oeaia,
X have too much regard for my country to
be willing Ibat U should j on thai risk.'
At Tint TuiURiBt, the other day, the Em-
KrorrtcelTod a number of old soldiers of
o First Empire, tbe Prince Imperial and
' -"--. , . - -I a.' ,.
the empress, Ding preaeut. aaa ,u hb
U)ii wae asked whelber any were present
Who bad been at the battle of Mart ego,
which wu fought In 1800, two of the Titer
ims replied lu the effirmatlTe.
I aHswOaljaXi rata cured a c sneer by
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Aeijeairmmeat f tba Cbsnhtr af
Depwffaa Birabff Talk af Jole
ratra Tba relgbailan af Con rat
Pi bis, April I J.-(a the Corps Leglsli llf to-
dsyMfoii v lar moved that the Oh amber ad
journ until the role oa the plsblssltum shsll
hsv been taksa. He ssld the govsrnmsnt de
sired that the deputies, should have aa oppof
tualty of going before tbe people aad in trust,
leg them In tbe reaaoaa for tk mcaittr oa
which they were lo vol.
Jules ravr;vhmatly opposed adjoura
ient It was lasonalstcnl wllh Iks duly
which members owed to their eonallluentd
who had seat them hereto remain al their
poals. Ioaa emergency ke the preieat he
be reit thai they had everything to rear rrom
Tbemotloa to adjourn was adopted by a
a vote of IH to S3.
Mr. Ferry atked the Oeveramsnt what pro
gress had base made In tha laveetlgatloa of
the eonaplracy against the Emperor aad the
State, M.0111vsr replied that tha examlaa
tlea would eooa be completed, la aaswer to
a dotation a to what steps had been takca U
thaaof Prl Moral, who waa reported
to have struck a msgietrste ta open court.
M. OlUtler promised that JualleewouU be
U LOtrH laalata that Oouat Darn has posl-
ttvsly realgaed the Mlnlatryof Foreign Af
fairs. Tbe imprcstloa eoatlaues that viscount
De la Onereaatcre will eater the Oablaet.
Ipea Killed aa. bla ramlly Frlsom
ara Eaict of tba War.
LOIDO.T, AprU Uv-Tb following highly
Import ht Intelligence has been received from
Xlo Janeiro via Ltsboai "Prealdenl Lopes, of
Paraguay, Is dead. He wae eurrouaded,
aad, refurleg lo surrender, was kilted by a
Braslllaa laaecr, Tbe mother, sister, and
children of Lopfs, together with Madame
Lynch, hsv bee captured, Th commander
of th Drailllaa troops who pat this Balihlnf
stroke to the war has received from the Em-1
peror th title of Tlscount Pctotas.
CIIIHA AND J A PAW.
Twelve II at ad red rsaiera by
tba Mall Staawaar-Kelmvm of Ibe
Hwrvlvora ! lha Owolda-UoaVy
rralabt Llat fleram Ilnmdred
Finy Ilemaaa Dmrmedl at Vao Cbaw
Matmrw. r twa rraecn BkXpioviwa-
rrt7 Tbe Delaware at Takabansa
Tba Oaclla Dlaaater M In later
Law a al Takahama Treat r Da-
Iwiih Hpatm aad Jap em.
Sab Fa a vol sec April It. The stssmahlp
America has arrlrsd from UoogKoog March
It, and Yokohama Marsh S3. Shs brings a
fall freight and ever twelve hundred pasacn
gcrs, of whoaf.tM aroOhlaese. Among the
paaacagsrs for Now York sr Burgeon Jsmei
a add ard a and J. J. Tats,lahargof forty-
nla sailors aad marla, survivors of th
Th freight Hit Includes 1,071 pscksges of
taerehandlaea far New York, SO pasksges for
Europe, and 47 packages for South Amerlea,
Tbe Amerlea bring tbe following news from
Uhina aod Japani
Ths Hankow Rlvsr wss lower than at any
time sins lief, and deep draft steamers could
not paaa beyond Kin Klang.
Th French gunboat Scorpion wa at Port
KlaKlaag, and another French gunboat was
at th entrance of Poyaay Lake, but eould aot
proceed rurinsroaasoouas or s&auow water
Aargeflre at Foo Chow had destroyed TM
The French xpcdltIon up tb Yang Tee
river had returned, an th port aaviar beea
vlalted. The expedition would leave for Pckln
about the 11th of Anrll.
At Nagasaki tbsr was still eonalderahl
excitement absul the aallv Uhrlatlaaa at
Oiaca. It was rumorad that freh trouble
had broken out la the Shsapus souatry.
The TJaltedStetea flagahlp Delaware arrived
al Yokohama March tl.
The naval court of Inquiry aenvened by
Fleet Captain Ree nn the Oaelda affair had
Thsbodyof Eoilgn Brown, ef the Oaelda,
was found on the X3d of March.
Divers who have been dowa la the Oaelda
repoit that th whole of her stern is sut away.
Several small article had beea brought up.
Mr. Low, thow Veiled Slate Mlnlater,
to Ohlaa, stopped la Japan tea days before
golsg to China. While In Yokohama he was
Ik gueal or Minister Del-one. At Yeddoa
State dinner waa given to him bythejapa
dcbo Mlnlater of Foreign Affairs, at which
Mlalater De Long aad Consul Sheppard wcie
Br ports are rue witn regard to its political
A treaty between opam ana j span aaa Men
made, aad ratincstloaa exchanged,
Rice riots wete of frequent occurrence In
all parte of Japan, tha people being In a dettl
tate eoadltton. Largo quaatltle of rlee were
arriving, aad about four thousand too mot
wer reported oa th wsy.
There had bee more or lee flghlUg la the
districts of Sla Shu, Osihu, Cage and Mtto,
aad the troubldo wsre lacresslag.
The officers alTeddo had received aa Inil
nation tbat aa attack would bemad by the
rebels oa lhal etty.
Aa order has beea Issued by th Oorera
meat prohibiting aay but soldlere from wear
lag foreign slothing.
A native mall service wss about tote es
tablished bstweea th port of YtdJo aid
Charges of a serious aatare had beea pre
ferred agslaal Consul Lynn and Marahsl Dea
nlaon, aadan laveetlgatloa wss progressing
before Minister DsLong.
Tba Ial Paalam Bear Tba Fealam
OflRelale ara Asa-steed at II
MOBTBBAt, April litv-Th S9th regiment
are under arms and will leave this ftrnooa
for th frontier, Tb 4th brigade of royal ar
tillery are boey moving stores and ammunl
tlon. Two companies hsve been ordered to
Pigeon HlU aad two to Oork'e Oorncrs, The
eaU to arms Is respoaded lo with much prompt
ness. AU th frontier volunteer companies
Oca. O'Neill Is al St. Albaaa.
Ottawa. AprlU-The mlllll depart meat
hat sailed out two yoloateer eompsalea at
Half a battery of artillery haa also been
sent from London to Sarala, aod troop of
cavalry to Asaherstbarg.
BurrALO, April it sheading teniae omeiaic
here laugh al the scare of the Oaaadlaas ovsr
the anticipated raid on Canada, aad ssy ao
movement wilt be attempted until sueecac Is
beyond ail douht. It Is evident that no raid is
contemplated by realaashere al preaent,
Attack am Herder Bed RkUn Seat
la (ballappjr MaatlaKOreand.
SmiBT,HtB, April l-Two herders, who
were brlagfag la a wagon tad horses rrom
South Piatt river, Isit night, wsr attacked
by twenty Iodhns several time between
Lodge Pole and Side.fi.
As the herders were well armed they rc
ptlaed the Indians, and feel certain of having
killed some, though they esaoot ssy how
"eVyaaiK, April 13.-This afternoon four
elttiesi, who went out Or miles west of tb
ellv to local a hay claim, were attacked by
Bftcca mounted Indians and drove lo Fort
A telegram from South Pass says that the
e.llaenc Ihci killed sieve lsaiaus yssterdsy,
A dlapalch from Sydacy says that small par-
iinaf IbJIbbb vara antrouaJlaa tha MulTa ta
ralal Kxplaelon at Blag Blur.
poooaatsrsin, AprU W. Shortly arter 10
o'clock this mora lag aa etploatau occurred In
the BUg Blag prlaoa quarry. As there had
beta a slight explosion, the tourists supposed
that the eharge bad takea effect, and were
elos ta tbe blast when the melaexploaloa
occurred, Frederick Ooaklla was Inataatly
kUledt O, OeMcr badly wounded, aad will
B'obAhlr die. and a third eoavtet. asms not
t "Ulssd, wss else btdly Injured,
tut. now is ion,
BlehapTaeho Uiaalom Roptidlaled
Uentonatrallona ARalaat Blel
Tha Expedition Into lerablar,
Ottowa, April 11 In lha Dominion Senate
leat night, It wa dealed thai Blibop Task
had any authority from tbe (Jove lament for
hie mutton to Red tlvet. Nolle waa given
of a resolution declaring the execution ef
Scott to hsv been a murder, end protecting
agslnal lbs reception of Rtel's emlaaarlet.
The resolution wss withdrawn by rcqaett of
Major Oenera! Lladscr. ffpresealle the
Imperial Oorera men t, ha beea ber for
cverat daye la coaaaltallo. wllh Sir John
Young on ths Subject oi in cxpeamoa hi
Red Rlvsr. General Llndaey same with full
power, and has perfcctedhls arrangement wMh
lhaOaaadlaaOorernmenl. He will be chief
orihxpcdlllon,wlthOoL Wooleey, eeeood
In command. The fere wiucoaaiaaoi ru
tars aad Canadian voluaters,aUated for (wo
years, with a promise of a great or land. A
steel battery, with picked arlllle Ttsts,la ex.
pected from England next wck, and II I
hoped tbal the expsauiea win m rnay ,
start by the Mth of May. Oca. IAadecy will
probbly act as Oovcreer of the Northwcat
tartltery aflei It traaafcr lo the Demlnloa,
BBtlllhe Red Blvsr revolt la siblusd
Tha Atloraer Ciaaaaral Iaaraa lha
ririeeath Arueadineal A Heavy
Thunder aatl Hall lertn-Tbe Pa
Bab Faawcisco, April ll-The Altray
Oeaeral of California baa rendered ao opinion
!hai,uetlIihelewof the State la changed or
Congrees adopts aome icgieiauoa ia rvgai-H w
the matter, It Is Ihe duly of county clerks to
rcfuae to reglttsr negroes. He nrgeslhemfo
obey the Slsle lews pending action by Con
A hssrr thunder ana ngainiog bu b..
afATm naiiad over Sacramento yeaterdsy.
doing eonaldcrable damage to fruit trees, A
house wss struck by lightning, the bolt enter
lag tbe roof and penetrating the foundation.
Tbe Inmates wsre absent at tbe time.
Aa informal meeting of l&e unamoer oi
Oommere wss hsld yeatsrday to hear Ibe
atatcmcat or Oeorge .WlnUrs la regard to the
Feejeelalande. He Is oa his way to W"h
Ingtoa as ths representative or the Polyne
sian Society, to solicit tne proieBiora -
UattedStalec, , ,
The steamer Colorado strive to-tiny iron
Terrible rreabol la lha nisalatlppl
St. Lotjis. April 18-TliO freahel Is vsry
hsavy ta lh MlaiUafppl river. Orposlt
Qnlaey.IIUth river Is eight mil wide
waat oniaev I entirely submerged, and mlay
people hsv sbandoned their bancs. Th
water Hover the Hannibal ind St. Joaeph
Railroad track for Br mlleei aad ahouldthe
rt rerrlae afoot higher tbe track between
Quloey aad Palmyra will pa Bttomergaa.waien
will neeeniute in irnBir oi pMtfui.t.
fromQuIncyto Hannibal by steamer. Tha
liver Is still rising.
Laleal TclexrapblO lUrevltlM.
Th Union Colony whlah recently went to
Colorado, hsc purchased 70,009 aeree of land
U mllea from Denver, oa both aides of the
Denver Pacific railroad paying down W,o00.
Tbe entire purohaae will amount to more than
1250,000. The work of making Improvement
will b com me teed at onae .
Lord Tonlsrdea of England is dsad.
DeBcrloMho celebrated vlollnlct, died In
The lion-tamer, Pierce, was struck by one of
bis animals InNswYork yeatcrday, aad had
hlsflcah torn and shoulder-blade broken, but
wae saved by his Asilstaats from death.
Charles D. Lawrence, an ax-enstem-houae
laopeetor has been held to ball la New York,
u a .k.. ar taNMll bb Iha-lla-aJla
A lalegrabi from Pcsth asserts that all Hun
garlsa prslatcs In th Ecumenical Ooanell,
who vote for Ih dogma or papal la fallibility,
will be excluded from the Upper Chamber or
Thensw armored filiate aaguatd bad a
trial trip off Plymouth, England, ysatsrday,
jhe attained the speed ot.Pg knote per hour,
TbodorTllton geta'J,2W for editing the
Nw York IadroraaVa, and from $0,000 to
11,000 for his wioter lectures.
tl Nw York Senator, Murphy, Intends to
atari a morning newspaper la New York,
with John Ruiaell Young aa tie managing
Paulln natknam, on oi to -oiowave,"
aavk that over Ova huadred young New York-
ere hare presedtsd her with rlnga.
Ocoerai s-ee aaa bodj jMtwuiuii,
norlda. ., ... ... t ,,
OleBullisionsre m ma wuueu uj ma
axent, J. Jsy Watson, who ha bn with htm
la Norway, and is bow managing his cooeert
tour. Polls Supstlatendsat Ksnnsdy, ol New
York, has resigned his offlte, and CapU John
tfurdaa has been elected to fill the vacancy.
UCOrge II. tiauer,m mB,t- laaairieai
critic of Wllkss yirU rt Timet, sailed for
Alexandria, Egypt, o Satnrday laat.
The blataat Oeorge Freaeia Trala haa had a
book dedicated to him. It wae the Omaha
AiTalr In Undeon, Connly, Ta.
TbcLceeburg Miner of yeatcrday has Ih
OarT. Jacobs. Mabbibo, of this town, mst,
with a ssvere accident on Sunday morning
laat. lie was Tiding a colt, the animal atom
bled, end labia effort to break the fall; with
a aavere bit, tha eolt loat lta balance and
tamed a complete aomcraault, falling upon
Uapi. M., and breaking hla hip boae.
Ma. OOBB4D Obiv, aa Individual who
nearly slaty years ago opened his eye s upon
the bcantleeof nature as revealed la tb bin
bills of Loudoun, aad who from that day to .
thla haa Uvd wltblo to mllec or Leeiburg, f
.. - ...... mil. hla flral iniutnau
upon ouratrealion Moodaylaat. tradlUoa
ally ba learns that wheo a ah I Id I h waa one
carried to tb Diatrleti byeod that he haa ao
knowledge of evr before having been ao fae
from home aa oa Monday, when la this town.
Mr.U. Is smalt ot stature, and aomewbai Kip
Van Wiekllah la appearaoee, but coovereaa
wall aod Is poaecaied of tbe full average orin
lelllxcnc. Several negroaa are now eon aaad -In
the Jail here upon thhargol robbing him
of a watch com llm atnee, and to hla auppo
. i.. tt.. iKarvtri to bav been tiled oa
Hoadayare wa iaw.a tvt m.- v.-n ..
Tbb Potomac Iron Furnaee Company of
Loudono, have aoW to U. Thomaa, aq ,of
Philadelphia, their Furnas and Ore aoke,
attuatcdoa tho Potomac river, oppoalte the
Polat or Rock, for ao.0OX W hav aol
lea road what dlapoeltloa Mr, T. prepoaca lo
mak or th property,
Liatamo aBD ALDlB T0BKttEB.-aWs ara
S leased to learn from the engineer and prctl
entot tbla company that nearly one mil of
thla road naa oean aimon, hb. iuii..iiaii-.
The grade le an eaaj en, and la ovr tba.
ateCDCBlDBttof the line iand It general fla- 1
lah! aid e.pecially the dralnag.a, I. cx..llo..
The water doce not hang about tharpad In
laV ?;, but It la frly Bdueied I off by tha
Bldodltahaa.aod the whole wurk de great
credit ta the eoalraotore, Meaere. O'Learrk
Hlalc. The work wa eommaaced near Car
ter bridge and la being prcaacd towards Lacs
AtTalralm Marlboro', Bid.
The Marlboro' GantU ot yesterday sajs i
Our Olrcult Courtis pursuing the even, tenor .
of Its way. Yeatcrday four negro man were
arraigned, eharxad with robblog tba etor or
Mr.Cbaocy, at Lvurcl. One plead guilty and
three others were convicted, aad all sent to tha"
penitentiary. j . .V,
An election waa held to thla v 11 lag oa
Thursday laat for lhre ''commlaeloaetV' to
manage the affaire or our now tneorporala4
tows, aod Measra. Henry Brooke, John II.
Mundell, and John Mf Belt were cboaeev Thv
eommlaslonara met al tha eourl-aous oa j
, Monday evening aod organised by electing
Dr. Jona Mundell prealdenl of the board.
I iMaia. a tax of St aad S. 60 reancctlvelT oa
Alter acuniBg tn oounaan ui ma waa aaa
I ,l.i iv ail Innrnatl.
1 fhe bouodarlea of the town now ara ae tol-
Iavb. i lam mane in at tho mouth of the Ao ad-
am Rnrlnr branch, which amottaa Into tha
Wccterq branch, and ruanln dowa the Ww
era branb to th atream below Mr. Jam it.
llell'c meaoow, tnenup ana wuniaat eireem
until It araaaaa tha raad talha Uoli Raaar
ehurebl front said rued laadlrcot Una to the,
ivuarai t-pripg vraataiti aiioint am in
clude all tha land of Mr Thoa.B. WMlitf.
within the townj then down, th Federal
Spring branch tour Stephen Belt meadow,
al a point below the mill, thaa areaadjthe
borders of th meadow to the Academy Spring,
ahA atax-aa ftka illtakiBiitla. Iilt.ih latka
1 Wesiirn branch at the place wbiitLB,