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ET URIER a WILI.IAHS,
AaellODttri tad Haal E.t.1. Uroktrf.
I loalk.aat a.r.r fatalk His auaau.
BIB i.ilk.a.1 a.r.a f .1 lt..alk tea
BMmmiTftK'j t orTm nmi
rtion or thi Uti oathhiki i
Ha-J...liE. k...,ie oirka..' ca.
the biatrial of Coltjmbl. I iWCm Hi aaetto
prowe UTHI " iniuii va iiunuiii B1
Tf IU MM ,
OR IKS WILLIAM.
riJTUKB DATS. '
BY COOPKK LATIMER, Awe!.
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II eve ttta lr ML
A 10 PHI OR COLLgmtO or BOOKS IT
Oa TBU MO AT. AyrA Hit, 17, kt TiBo
o'clock, eadfollewlagkrealan, at ear Aaatioa
feoeaa, wiihillHlUtiNrliir eolleatle ( Mli
EillaBOoae Bm.i, heloarlac m tke IiM Ckee. W.
staler aad A member af the Art Legation,
aafof laabookt uftJaiaHUrladaa4 allie
will aoikU lu vale, ararr fay aaart. aalaf a
HOIt II SOLD '
APatii. inn. t o o'riorK p. m,
Till, parfaat eal rra. fron ill lanakratta.
LOT 0, SQUARE 64.
Iiailllll Till BAT 1JI1 HODI.
Ti.tlif3uk.ar k.aa,eil la It raraaaCla
tawl aa alarra4 yaywaala. aall V
Y Vf M. L. WALL afc J4., Aa'.la.
iP ,W.w Marti, BllUlai,
Maa. MO tat W, B. a. Mr. ra eta. ail Ilk !.
LWiv'Bftr iy aw aiiVflff
iOTOK K JTHIST. B1TWIKM
0e KOBDATATTBtBOOW. lj.fl I I, at I
'alack, ! roil flit pramljaa, I will Mil,
ky Tlrtaa of a deed ef (real, daly recorded.
Jam by Tlrt.a ,
4iTa e .All that cerUta place
bi)i aaa aiiiaati aa
!, lalqaara a an bar it IS,) i
feartad fifth atreet, aM
iberitlMoaK street, hetweea
Mtiibl llkn4.iL,)lriak T
Terms of acta erei Oae third caekihale'! I
J ad UMoataa, with lalereal, te h aaeA'od by a
Ml at treat ea tke premleee aU All aaavev
aaaies aed fraee aiaM al peraaaeer'a coal. A
dapeelt el XO wUI ba reqAlred aa iwiti Ike
vrapartf la la
T iLWWI11 lUHTriiW.
pt WM L WALL. IIO . AaitUBjMT.
Of fUUPIH A LATlHItK, Aafl'ra.,
JJ (SaetMaorito Ja O MeOulr JtOo ,)
Rout. OILT PAR!
I vat avid dLkMWAjii. rittiirii BROHzk
11 &OHDAT VORHtlfO. ApHl t.lt. At
ff 10 a'tlMk, Al lk u raaldaiM af tka lull A
VL Mlaltiar, a)A Ba 1W raaaarlvaaU aTaaaa,
mlxlVMi BaaatMath Aad fcltkUaaikatraata,
' a akall aall lb fallavtai aprlor raral-
Ollirrama Plar aa4 Haatla Hlrrara
Otll farter Balta, aphoUtartA 1a OrMA Bp
Dava-k aa4 Lam Uarttlaa
rtaalMawAWaJUr. Man DUkM. laap Tataaaa
Flaa Plat4 Waur Pltakara. Oaa en
f4MruUd feria. iMoit, t.ai CaltM
raack Cblaa, rat Aad lairafad QlaMwara
fOOlka iaa CvektAf Cajm
WaIaaI aa4 kUaaaaar Ckamkar Tarallan
Oraaa, Rap Loa aim. Card Taklaa
Hair Hauraaaoa. BelaleMAad rillftwt
ijT UBEKN . UIWK. AtelIarB,
VT Tinaa a i a
T.1M7. AAd nmi dad I
1 ike laad raeerda ef Alaiaadrla Mai
Alaiaadrla Maair, ai
HaU of Vlrt-ata, 1 will aatl At pa bile a
ibaeDMof Ike afayeref ibetttr ef Ah
ftka BTttidar el
eaat kr ua PelemaA rUer aad oa Ike Aertk bf aa
Hitw or (a niIh Aklag4ea, Malaialaff eae
rai tmvj wt
aalat Oae tkaaaaad d)lare.
Tk terna ei aaiai
MmrA t aasia. t-rllk I
i latareal la arrMr ikareoA
aae.lha aottef .kUaala. laaladlaf a mbibiImIob
ef IreperaaalAaa letfeetraaiae apea Lhaaneaal
ef Ire per aaalAaa le tae traatae
lk.i k at a. Ihakataaiakfulal
rortke tttHiaiira iiwii oi aiaa .waiva aaa
elgkUaa tteatke will befWea apea tba aeUaef
ike parekaaar, wlih lalereal. aard b ImI ef
Uaat apea tbe praaiUaa OakftraatUC Al Ike
..p.... a. ... j;& ., k,t0. Tru,
BplS W OBIKW itWHR. ABat1a4vra
f )T (iBCEN a HliLUnH,
13 AuatloottraAnMlKiAlEatAtA Broktri.
Be SlV.BeatkeAal Mraar ef laraAlb aad D itrMU.
TStTITHS BALI OF VALUA
RpriRTt OB 8O0TH rT
UiyikTil ABU TWlt
KIT, U IT W Bill
Minaa"! iwviiNiti trati iram nai in.
at .be Ike aBdartlcaaddaUd Vtk iab,
1M7. aad I7ik Harck, UJ0 a rtcerdad Id Li Car
idi He, laTfinieTTa, aad T At M, Be ,10,
K--T . a -..-.... A -,
one iw. a bi lataj raqi iHimunrfi vmm
alMlai AaBMlaueA imiim ikaraT,wa win iaiJ
?praaiiea, ea iiiuivin u ib eai
laaUat. atlja eleak p. ai . Ikawaat I
I MBIirN BIBB, 9,t ! BajBar BflBMTBa
kaadrad aad a BAr ala, W.) rraatlaf
oikered aIaa. (,l Ib liaara aambered
Iwaalr (Ul faal j
buk t Ua m f ike lot with Ike Uepref aaaau
a 1 eiree. Aaaeitaaaiag
Va dapeaitedeilae llseef aale aa4 Ike raaldai
rltklAAfadari tbtraafltri ikebaiAAMlaelx aaJ
IT luia v -; rr B X i
ih ear f bbi a, .11 taa '
Itk wltkiA Ira dara.tl
Aa4lkepreprtr raaald 1
It llaqaaat par .
araaot eeaptta win viibib in ar, taa
poalltoke forfalled Aa4UepreprtrrMeld Alike
-"- .-. -7- ,." TJ-.TZ "A.I '-IT : -w"JT"
liaa aaa vna ei va HnniiiviripHj'.
T IUWAHU ay"''.
TrailMlBAaUra Hitldlajr Atout)eA,
UHIIB A. WILLI i ail.
'MT-tlttBAlN 'at W I tOTTM Br (
jf ouioekii florntr oa Tenia abq u iireet.
am aira fa knbf fn nnofAii
Mvm qiba di ruukiu vunv.
iat er Apnii
Taraf II OOOfluktUlaiMl. J. 1, 1,1,1, aadT
'or aeUekrlif UtarMlAM aeearedkrA
Iraal eatke praiataea. All eArrataf
ab4 alaaipa At ike omI
iief itaranaaaar. finitwa
uaaia m wiiaiaiAMB,
Lire Hook Store la aa ai
t aaaspMteA pi
141 feainlf aaIa Araaae
A MOTHVB 1BTOI0B OP TnOSI niW ABD
laiUa. Aa,. at Geld rrUae, AlfiorXUV 191
T7OR A P1W DATI LOBOIt-ICHOOL. 0LAI.
C klCALljUw, JiadUeT aad MlaaelUaMAt
Beeka ai aOCTIOB PMIOBA, at lie
TBABKLIB BOOK IT0BL
AlOEI IQtVTI WABTBD.
AielkarLArialavolceof the Homo Pbyiltlaa,
Pbraleal Life. Lawa of BAlea, Pllre LoaA,
MalkTrara. Ac.t,rti bdPXlBl!
l4LPaai jItaaIa a? aana,
GBBAT BABaAllf l-THRH lOPItlOB
HOW'OABBN. aa fMd aa abw Cal Al Ike
Raw BOOK RTOKB, 141 PeaaarlfkaU miiu,
batWMA tUat Aad SMaadaUMla.Aaaf ike Capitol.
jx. apitaaiiuarotaoaor uraat. . libmii, wur
Ofi TifoRononLY roicrtTtJTT ivo LIT!
lJ AOIBT8 WABTBD Al 111 i..uy,ulA
Araaae le alrealrteaene telO j'taa aaw aatl
le aene I te 10 of tka aaw aad
ea, 'Mii TAlA.r,Bar
rAaaarlTAAU araaaa, to parcbAM bwoka aa
.e.reBery at OULD rRlLIS Jatl roMlvad. u
UW AND MEDICAL BQQK.
A larta laT.Ua iut l,f ,kl ! . .. nnrn
rilCIiat IkalRASSUll IOOk-wOKI.
..V.Ki0!!' "?',4.,''.larlarr...k r.p.r, It.
..I.r.f. !" . ti.aiua..l All al wkala.
a, w '' " " ,,iVS
A Ura alok Jail taa.lv.4.
iik, MuciLAOi, comia riuiu, ao.,
. TBiiiLii rnaiigniia cohfiit.
ahW-U lHlf.tafrlTa.it tTfaa.
iIui?o,!lil' 1' '"'' ttti,t,"' '" ,0
At Ika IIAIILIH BOOK-ITOIl
Olt TBII BBITi
ll.lhal (al.faV aapplr af WIBm''
AGnIboip (I pa likai'a prlan, Tka Titla
ViratAiat ai 11 cieaa a. m
April, lTJ. ikeie.iewiBt aiaaeni
eUte ef tAtai la eai aaaaiv eaiia "iianr
Hill,1' tilt All thalparl afll Talk Ilea Aief
Ike AlaarU aad Ueoriatevaeaaal aad aertk
riki nlla .'' A la fcwaJai tka
aOAWKOBIipAT, tke KAkda et April,
171). atteraiok, p, ta . wa akall Mil oa the
prtaiUaa a TalaaklalfiRbl, eoalalelec 100
ecraa ef IkAd nere er laaa, wttk tke lawrereaaaa U,
aeaalaUaiar AlarM iterp priak dwaliUc boetv,
alaklefor alxbrM eArrlaf boam, twekaraa.
MrAAad irala keaaM. Iwe Uaaiable keeiaa. a
rial ntlllwo aad a kalf atertae blab, aald ailU la
werktaf Madlttea Aad Mpakle el (rtadlai oae
taAdredkaakalfef eera aaay. arrABMiwalMac
oam eppoalu tke Bill Tka re are aeraral oLfcer
eatkeaiM ea tbararat taiUkla for atMk parpoaM
alao, a lane orekard wlik a rartaly ef frail trMi,
plaairof water b iha taraaaadA aalpaar aprlA(
oflaebMlwaur. , Tke aberefem laAkeallkrae
nllaa front Wathlaivoa Ur. ab4 Akoaleaajalle
fea tke lAuae Aafltai Afar tke BAfv lard
fSJHOLLICR HOUWCUIAIff COD
LI? ar oil ta lata ohjeettoaeble te tke laaie
aiaaii.niaBiarereMiivukaa br dallaala pr
1 AAd fklldroB. la nore aeaily attlmlUUd,
la Htatlfialtv nr lanTai lrniJlaIai liiiili ika.
tkarkladaef ell are
. Pr J kfarlea liaa.eayai Per aona reara I
ladilfaaaplkeaMerCed tlrar Oil AltofaiBart
bat alaMBtr AtlaftlffAwaaeatUd ky Dr larrele
PaUr H Altar a Cloi Llvar Oil. I ka trui ilkaA It
aaltLU4 will, it."
R0I4 9T UratKMU. Apll NW
tarrOBl THIRTI TEARHIt
PEBEY DAVIS' FAIK KIILEE,
Baa bMA Uattrd la ararv aarlalv afaltnaU. aai kr
alaaeat erarr aatlea kaewa to iaiarlaaaa Ilia
BIBBQai BOBaiBBI BpaOA III IBBBUDiaBia
rrlaad nf tka mlaalABar aal Ika Iravala. m aaa.
ad lead, aad aeeaaakeald Uavel ear LtkH
or RlrarawltkeallL . ...
llieaapeedr aattaara raaiaAr 10 r bora a. itnit,
, dlarrkoia aaA bewal eoia
111 trail Mnalillaa af lata valHal
afPlNNrtlaai afer.mpAir oaak bottle
aTllW laViV V,v ap VBBJt( ,
Ben ay all MMioiae P
IVORITRUkeatbelMd ef all etkar IBW
iBtf HAnillBBRI It aM a alralibl Jfae4U
Un tke Blaatle Leak ItlUb-allke oa botk aldaa 1
ia m MBple that a eklld ma aederatakd Hi ao
tbe crataal rarletr of work
Tke WaaJ araa awarJtvl lira! Prti
waa awarded Plral Priie At IfcaFarla
BapealUoa lalWTi HiikMCMedAlABd Diploma
Itcbaal IfaJalaBd Din I a ana. bi
Anarlaaa laamaie. Bow Terk ISoBiaIm, Oold
Modal Al Af arrlaa4 laiUtaU, BaltlBan, lSob, erar
all oikor tnaaAlaaa
Peraoai U March of tke bUat BTttklae for family
IerpeoM rboald ao! fell M a 1 ami aa the W BID
afar prekaalac aay etkara.
RolCeBlaauiiaiaBtaef llOpar rnoatkby
...... . Bl Be-tatkatret,.
apil tf . Bt. Paaaaylraala araaaa aad D at
llllaela bad etker buim for poneta from abj
ItaVlat ar BaBBlr. Itflt llnlfltlHi daarllaa
drmakaaeaaa, bob aappert, Aa., aafflalaat aaaaai
FVHiiaitri n ! bbiii BiTorae ODiaiBea
AdriM free, BaalaoM MUb)lik4 trteea yra
MIV1- . - u Hou' JraT,
. tab IT a If e TB waaa at Hatr York City
IWBKTUBAnTI AHD WIVJCS.
bbiatr vna rnnm awn. aiaaia a. 4
Bttraa Mirrllri .wlik aaaitarv aliar lima
" laiir way a a bum ler BAinpioAlAt bapriBMa.
HVriinVlA !."'! t.Pw Addraaa, HOWARD
anuvialtua Bvl MT, rAIABaipAlAi
fr3rV CAUDr-A Olarrrtma.1. whtla
-u- r-Mieiaf laaoaia lairui aa mil
ildlac laloatk A Marl
a aafa aad alwple ra
I Wtiiiui alar
aadalwple rawady for tbaeara
pia naiir IWJ IBBBB
Early Daur. DImbm
UaTJriaarrABd aoHtaat OrfAAf. a
rata ef dlaordoro kreeikl oa if
vleteae kabtto Ureal aBmbarahar
1 tbe wkele
are keaa tared
r Aad aala
..a... ai.ttjM.w m.am T.a rmi
rpDB ErESlOltT accuracy imttd
lunik rebllci or other Speetacttt, and
thwptr than tltewhere.
Optician, National Hold.
ABIIINUTOlf DENTAL. PLACK.
Pallapper aadlewerMtaUeth BJB9
aiatleapperer wereeta . .. 1
Partial eeta rroaa .... $3 lo 14
Brlraatlag by ike aaeel pare fat 7 Ceata.
W. ' BOOK'BllTbXR ABD rAPKR.UULII,
Be. tn PeaaiyWAAlA araaaa, balWMA To a tk bad
BleroAlk ttrMta MAtkelda.
Bek AleiAAUf er pUIaIp baiad. rerlWUbU
im WMMtar MMrBllvatUaded ta.
1" 131 EI
OOLDIBIA YEAST POWDER
Cenpeaed ef the meat hoAlthp IwredUaU.
belAf frMfrea AlllAJarleeadrif.
-8old by all (mere la lb rtlfk
WAiiUiToi, IV. C. top. 11, lBPA,
lAatfallr atqaalkUd wUk the toaatltatloaef
Ih Col a tab t a Tout Powder, The propotltoaa ar
wall AdapUJ far the aBUlaal ratila af the deagh,
akdlMaldr II a lotpMiataeAt apea oaiallaf
THOMAS AXT1ISLL, U, D Chwalal.
UAanfMtorw BIS IC
tweea. ttlRhth wd Blilh.
No. 4SB )
BOW OPBV AT
( No. 4 SB
Tka Uf f ! aaa ak.laatl Mlaatlaa af
rim niaauoi in tbi biiiiict,
ImltC U prloa fro. 11M aaaU la IC
... . . wwDowimpu.
SlffflTat ati.i aa4 aolar lhaia. naia la at4ar.
A llattaa kal ekolM aalaatlaa
riHTlHOI, II0RAT1K0I k CH10M0I.
Baa4Mnlr Vranai. ilwara U atara.
Tarat aaauivalr aak.
.. J MinKRITltB,
apU 4ta garaat, itraal. kal. Bui A iU,
T rOIlTNER'B VIEM1IA IIBEB
ll,roaoaaaakr foad iadfaalaka aaparlarta
aar BIBR karaufgra fatra4aaaa. II la paia,
kaallkr .at taTnaklac, Hi aoU al Ika f.UavUf
Itaaiat'i. BiT.ilk ittul, iui f.l.,1 Oflea.
J Baak D.aaarl.Taath alnat.
Oaa Jaaapk atfkargt'a. Taalk. kaar D alract.
H. Daan'l. VilrapallUa nail.
1, Traiaat, in faat lai-a-kaUdjaat,
J.ka fa.a.1. a.ka.i.. rark. .kit la
$ 1 2" 5 0,
llrimilaral Vankaaaa. Laakla .. J"Ml am
LAWWBH .D. i-.j mjAgj, i.
The Header rapaiuiea atuiaed by thla awl
Tall! aaS lafAlUhl Teaet Powder dariag twalr
verpe! lad aale lie peifatl parity, healthr.
RwsABlaeoBmr. l"tra tU MlaAiwalibl,
AS rrPMMsUd. AAd Will kMp for FMr
The etaatlty yeqalreS far bi I fron da foartl
I ea half leai thsa ether Btklig Powder.
Soli hy creear tbreagbaal Ih Ua)U4 IUIaa.
DOOL1T e BKOTIIEB,
MABDFAOTUBIE ABD PIOPBUTOBS,
nihil oi AO Bw atrMl, Bw Trk
CJALI OP 00V1BKMBBT 8TOBI9
vrf iob uaur tJOHB'T er bviiiitbici, :
partaila( from tke
liLaJ HlAtAa n..aptiaitl
as or Lsea. or BSOWn
D IbbdIt. ladUA Tarrilarw.
ad Miaplea eaa bebaaA Alula ego or at 14
,aeei i uapoi u9ataiiaAry ai rn iiaara .
Btla will ka nalaa far til tr tar part ' t1 all
Ikaala ta atiUtaaurp bU. b raatlf at. Ika li ..at
wUI ba aai. .1 a.a.aMq..p lapplr. It ll.l
Trltorrk.,iAI OkDAI, lurlt. 1170
.aiaiibuk. ' M '4. HOBaAB(.
lit "VrL ' SWIIttV Li(
VTmimui ricn mo urtiitiom.
ITmL Hirntn rcnlpU Tetterdtj
TniAktouBTofUMHlisru report tm-
Unlay ,t Ih, ItWrtal Rertnu, Bureau wu
Promotiohi, Aoiroit DaideuhAnMo, K.
II. Fonjth and Aodertoa D Johnttoa dati
been promoted from flnt to lecood elm
cltrkiblpt la tbe U. B. Treuarcs offlce.
A. B. UtruBTTiBperTlalDr Arcbltect. ex
pecutoltirsfor NiibTlll next week, lrf
accotJadca with tbe dlrectlom of tbe Becre-
U17 of the Trtyuury, to leltct itte for tbe
new poet offlce la that ctly.
aaiiai.iai I I a
Thh rotnrTADiS 1r tbe xroandi of tbe
-CxeentlTe MamIoo, nd About tbe Tretmrr
botldliig:, wu jegterdej pat la order, end
commenced to "pUj" for tbe maior. Tbe
Mirlne band will probably lotBramte tbe
out-door concert oa Setardar next.
Wall. Omi noma. The popnUr
moral drama of "Uocle Toca'd Cabtn." will
bt bronf bt oat tn elefaot ityle at tbli tbea
tre 00 Monday nlgbt, with new ecenee aad
a it remit caat DC characters'., pfr. Gcori
Konkel ai Uncle Tom, and mu I Totmt
Qatjoiri Iritrumrhti. No iaIIi factory
caliper hatlog aa yet been preaonted to tbe
Com m I m loner of, Joteroal ReTenue to be
adopted Bod proscribed by bin for oae la the
reieaue eenlce, there la iltll opportunity for
manufacturer of rood InilrumenU. Sato-
pie preiented at tbe Internal rereone offlce
will meet Immediate conilderation.
No-mtATiOFA The Pretldent ht tbe
following nomtoatloni to the Senate yester
day, JohnN Camp to be collector of Inter
nal reyeone Tint district of Texaei Wis.
Lalmbeer to be collector of Internal rerenne
Eljhlh district of New Torki Mn.BeUej A,
Mower to be pottmUtrei at New London.
Conn.j It. G Greene to be pottmaiter at Pe-
Ircrrair op Collxotiors ih Nf w York.
A table prepared by Saperrlaor Catcher of
new Tork enow, tbe collection oa tobacco
and fermented Hqaert la that city were at
follow. 1 In 1608 on tobacco t,017.75 M
la 18C0 H,0W,253 83. A rata of $1,4 SO,-
wa. uq rejtneniM liquor in, vj mo tax
conected wa 1,143.073.17' and la 109 f J.
'o,498.C3. A gala of 1141,531 03.
Tob Waihlngtoa correepondent of tbo
New Tork JTtraU aay It I rumored that
Mr. Bancroft desires to come home from
Berlin, and that Mr. Grlnnell Is likely to bo
offered tbe mission to Prnssta. But that
matter ha taken no shape yet though. It
doe look ft little probable that should Ban
croft really come back Mr. Orlanell would
be tendered tbe position, and likely enouih
resign the collectorsblp.
Bibatob Ntb, oa being larlted to addres
tbe procession which took place last night,
aid he wa compelled to decline, as hi time
was folly occupied la matnrtng speech
which ho Intends todtllier shertly before
the BenavU la faror of a. change In the gor
ersment of tbe District. It to understood
that he will make a strong argument la
faror of some change from the present form
A Rip Van Wihklb. A letter wa yeater-
day recelred at the offlce of the Secretary of
tbe Treasury, dated Waynesboro, Tennessee.
April 8, 1870, and addressed to lion. Ilngh
McCnllocb, Secretary of the Treasury, front
Z. Mack, Oypert, tendering hi resignation)
a store-keeper of the Internal revenue de
partment. He was dismissed by Oommls
sloner Delano on tbe 18th of September,
1809, a fact which he doe not admit la bis
Utter, nor doe he seem to know that there
ha been a change of administration ta tbo
affair of the Treasury Department.
of Internal Reyenae has decided that hotel
bills Incurred by person trarellngfor the
prosecution of business, or by person tem-i
poraiily residing la hotels while prosecuting
business away from their bom, and ac
tually paid, during the yT for which the
return Is made, may be reg rded a an ex
pense of business, and at och may be de
ducted In their Income return. Heretofore
the rulings of the bureau hare been adre no
to tbe aboTe, but after ft careful considera
tion of such claims he ha promulgated the
Nitiok alThutki. LotU bt.1 1 crowdaj
boat. At ber btnoil lut nlgbt, nl tt tho
"Fir, 71" tht HUo4 tuforo Iho todlenco
In bcr uida! cbtnalos mtnner. Tbit after.
noon tbere wUI b, a nutloM performAOC,
at 3 o'clock, when "JJttlt Nell and tbo
Uarcbloneit" will bo rlten, tnd tonight
Loltt will make her lut a;peartncon tb,
"FlreFIj." On Uoalay Mr, Neil Warner,
tb, tragedian, whom we ban nirffi Men,
bnt of whom report ipeaki bight, will ap.
pear, utlitod If UUa unit Kldrldge, who
U well nmesibered beta a, a careftil and
palutaklgf ' ixtreai, and who t tll to
bare wonderf ollj lmprored dnrlnf her aV
enc, from our city. i
Thb bin amendttorj of the' act lncor
poratlnt; tb, Freedman't Barlngt Bank
which pau'4 tb, noate. ll la tho form of aa
addition to tho nfth tectton ai follow i
" And to t'no ntent of ono-half In bond! or
note, .eenred by mortg ag, on real cattle on
double Lbo rain, of the loan and tb, cor
poratlon le alio authorized hereby to hold
and lioproTp tb, real eelate now owned by It
In tb, city of Wathlogton to wit, tho wett
btl(of lot 3, and all or lota 4, 0,8, T, tod,
the tooth ball of'loL 8, In Kioara nomber
331, aa laid out and, recorded In tho original
plate or plan ot eald city i TrnUiJ that
atld corporation tball not nto tbe principal
of any depodia mad. with It for the pur
pose of enon kaproremenU t
Congreaa reaenei tb, right to alter or re-
Taut Coxiouiojriu or Inrttim. Ritb
ku be, ltrned an mitt pretcnblng the
adoption o( an lmprored coopon book to
bo nied by wbolctalc liquor detlen and
rcclln';re. on and after the flnt of May nest.
Tbo rorni adopted Is nnderttood to be tho
anu at that laid down In tb, somewhat no
torlont Klib Coupon Book," which, It will
ba remembered, baa boon the tubject of an
inieefgatlon by the Committee on ybji ana
Meant, aid alio of a good deal otbareb crlt
Icltm on tbe part of a portion of the preee
but In the order prwcrlblng the uto of tbo
form tho publlo U adt bed of their right to
procure It from any quarter, they pay eee fit,
without tbe fear of Infrlogmeut of copy right,
and of any, alto thai .nay bo adapted to their
Ex Ootikbob nciar A. Win, of Yjr.
glnla, was la (own on a rlllt to the family
ofbltton-lnlaw, Dr. A. T.F. OanetLr- IT,
took, tbe occatlon, to call upon Air. j(m, mm
Slowtn, of the Jim, ward, to gel lbo woru
ot bit ton, Capt. 0. Jennlnge WUe, which
bai been In the poaeuilon of Mr. Blowen
.riUnbitu of Bouoiw Iitadi Ctrl.
WASHINGTON CITY". f. 0.. SATURDAY MORNING, AP11IL
WlaeraTetbe iword to Mr. flloweo. who
wai a hOdpUat itaward to tbe tToloft army,
aod attended him daring tbe lail boon ef1
bit life, requeillog thttit be glren to eoma
number of bit family, If eier opportunity
occurred. Mr. Slowen wu not at borne
when Mr. Wlie callet, but afterwardt took
tb tword to lb, bouie of Dr. Oarntlt,
where be left It.
Thb TVaBtttr Ua-iuiim mm a I til a aarajklr
coniaiai the letter of Geo. Spinner 0t tbe
raddtngblll.ln reply to criticisms of a prom-
I fleet Philadelphia banter i an able Commu1
'ntctiloaonthePcrkln's claim agalasl the
afneslan Government! an article on ('The
;8Uaatloni" Congressional proceeding d.
ring the past week the prealdeot view
on the remoral of political disabilities tbe
congratulatory letter of Chief Justice Ohasa
to the colored men of Cincinnati on the rat
location of the fifteenth amendment ft com
munication from av cltli en la reference to
tbe District rolunteen at thebeglftnlntf of the
rebellion well selected reading matter, and
article on TaVleus subject 'of general later
est. Copies can be obtained at this offlce In
wrapper ready for mailing'
Cocit Martial tor Trial or Coy mo
dor i Urines, In conformity with the
recent reiolnllon of the House of Represent
allies charges hSTe been preferred against
Commodore John n. Upshur for conduct
unbecoming an officer In connection with
tberle of cadetshlps, and the Secretary of
the Nary has ordered a general court-martial
to convene In thla city on Thursdsy
next, tbe Slit Instant, for the trial of that
officer The following named officer bar
been ordered aa member of the court! Rear
Admiral L. W. Goldsborougb, president)
Commodore A. U. Pemrock, Captain E. G.
Parrott, Captain William Reynolds, Caput n
Henry Re Daren port, Commander E. Simp
son, and Commander William G. Temple
membere John W. Bell, esq , Judge adro
cat. Tbb CoLiaoamH DirncuLTr. The
adjourned caucus of Republican Senator
which assembled yesterday to consider the
personal charges presented by Senator Cole
against Secretary Gorbam, remained In e
slon until sharp iwelre. As tbe matter un
der consl leratlon Is purely of a personal
character. It ba been finite dlfficolt to get
exact Information a to what was dooe. It
It certain, howerer, tbAt tb caucus ad
journed, after baytnc re,Tet4 the commit
tee, to whom, tbe matter was previously re
ferred, to arrange It amicably. Ills pre
sumed that the caucu wished to wash Ha
hand of an nopleasant matter, which It
should never have been asked to consider, lo
sneh a manner as not to wound the feelings
of either gentlemen who have been engaged
perhaps unnecessarily la tbe nnnappy con
troTersy. It 1 to be hoped that this 1 the
end of It.
Collector Tcllock recently-discovered,
near his office, twenty three barrel of
whlrky without the proper stamp or brand
required by law, and wa about to selie tbe
aame when he was Informed that It wu
Government property and had been on
storage for aeveral year. Farther Investi
gation revealed that It was distilled by the
committee appointed to test metres, some
four or fire years since, and that It was leak
ing at the bung. These facts were reported
to Commissioner Delano, and It 1 understood
before It can be disposed of, Coogres will
have to give authority to stamp tt and tell
It, The aueatloa arise what tax, t per
gallon, the amount fixed by law when tbe
wblskr wu made, or the prevailing tax of
fifty cent per gallon, will be required, and
wbttber or not the committee were not
illicit distiller within tbe meaning of tbe
law, lu producing eplrlt without a license,
Ac, Ac. Coogres will probably grant a
special dispensation to all concerned, and
resolve to tl the spirits at public vendue,
Tho COB.sreaAa.t Coatees la Mr.
The Tonrth Indiana ContrresslORRl Con
vention met at Connersvtlle on Tuesday, and
nominated Jedge Wilson for Congrrss by
acclamation, me aeiega.es were ccoaca
under the popular vote system, and were
almost eqnaiiy cut. aw wmti-.iiu "
Wilton, the Utter having a small majority.
This result having been made known to Mr.
Julian, be sent a letter to the convention,
withdrawing In faror of Jndge Wilson. The
otmost harmony and good feeling prevailed,
and thus the election of tbe nominee 1 as
sured by a decided majority. The contest
for tbe nomination wu somewhat bitter, but
Mr. Julian course, which 1 credluble to
Mm, Insure harmony where dissension were
apprehended. . .
The following 1 hi manly letter to the
Wabibti, D 0,i April, im
Drab Mr Joaieoatl am advieed by ..
Brant of tbrBuit of the primary eUotloa
oa Moadar. Lettars reecatly rewired had
prepared tae for tbl nw.aBd I am eaUrelr
;tUa.Wortworoui. . nt t,lV?i
wa with ooaildarable bIUtloa tbat X Str
nlaadto beaoaaoa eaadldAU.oa aeoouat of
ever, I would so Improve a to be able for the
SADraaa, bat ta thi I hare been partlallf dte
fromesra wbleh are bow md available to
me, aad without which my r it oration to
health, aad eoaacqueotly to any future use
f4JnawBAetlAaidoublfuL la the nail plnee, X believed ay connection
with om Important publl qutatloa would
enable m te render a real "d greatly ndd
service to the country, within th neat few
reara, If ooatloued In Uongreaa. Oa thla
ground I thought It my duly to become it eaa
5ldAt,IullybllvUg,aI did, that I would
b BUBsfal. sad I ey with porfeet liierlty
that I wa not Impolled by poltiUat ambltloa
or.br aay foadneie whatever for lb drudgery
and care of polltiaal life Hut lam now r
llarod ef all Mapooalblllty by the primary
wlcctlone, with the hbertr to attend to my
rrlrate Affaire, aod th oooselouiacss or bay
ng den y wholadutr. ,.
tmeadd one word more Th nvae
hubtiua t mark Able on Th oppoaltlou
toaaobTHopubltaubjabn far more Oerce
aod violent lhB I hav TrwltBiBedailsi
tbe common foe 1 hare been fought with a
much bittern aod raaeor, a If X bad be
..... ih. ununtrr toltatntmlCt.Or mJ ur
the eontllMoa oi my noaiin. a ui..u.
aalf lafamous br th fouleel of crime. And
All tbi h bo dooJul aa thcaroat aad n-
dariag prlnlplh trlunphtd, for
k.J. kAtil.t thrnUarri A Olid MBO
rtBCPrinaipieanBr triunyiwu, iwi "
bar battled through toed report and
through erll soport for uarTy a quarter ef a
century. imcatlonthUBBB remarkably eug
geetlve ft, aod aot la th wy of complaint)
for bATlng voiuniaruy aeocnicu poitusBi hib,
I could sol hop to eacap US dlsacrabl In
"'.... j Al.k lJ.llnnAllt,aaAlAT.
11UI A UO PHI WAB1B IVHW.II II-VH iM.aa .w-...
It will he well for U parties and for the
ccMof thoaaua to pa thm by. If It be
potilbl. 11 v now hav harmony A to my
a air I htr at all times, and under all elreum
stnneee, supported th nominee of my prty 1
nr a a vaiai io vitt.lfa.
Unnlly a a ltapubllcaa No man who know
me will need the Aurno that X ahall " fight
It out oa tbat tin " Indeed It would be mor
ally Impoaalbl for me to I ml tat thebAdex
Ample of th man who have for ao many years
participated le our Uoagrcaatonal nomine,
lions, and tben fought ma at th polli
To the mny friend who bay stood by tn
Id this eanvai with auoh singular eonattacy,
faithful ni nd aalf aaerlfloleg seal, I take
tbl occasion to rctara my tin per and moil
heartfelt thanke, aad X deilre through you to
withdraw from ay furlhtr onnlloQ with
th Ooogrculonsl ontt, And thus roller th
oavot!oaof Tueedey next from aoy further
trouble or raapOBeiblllty on my ouat
X am, very truly your, Uao. W Joliar
Or Tbcrbdat BYBRiRd Bridget Dolan
..4 h. aiatr. Ann and Mrs. DoUni reel
dents of North Cambridge, Mas .while
walking on the Boaton and Maine railroad,
were atruck by an Incoming train on HI pile
7. ' kM.. inrl lira. DoUn bad ft lolT BCV
end and left on tbe track, ber body falling
.m -. ..I-Ate I, .llaanaaii peart Una
lntotnowawr, wio M.atj-.v.. -
of the Mlaset Dolan had a leg severed and
recelred otner loierie. ddo wh wqtww
to a hoADluL' iTho third sister wu aula
A Frircxkab hu taken out a patent for
('ilocltiop fflth carters HUohcd'
THE DISTRICT IN CONGRESS
ths committees thereof, District matters
were considered. In the Ztonae, the time
after two o'clock wal devoted to District re
port from tbe District CWdrhlttw, and ths
following were disposed of i
Tho HMhaaUe'llea. Dill.
Tbe House amended the bill In relation to
mechanic1 Hen by liHklng out all but the
eleventh and twelfth secttond. The but as
It passed tbe House, IS si follows i
Tkl ear nb-ottaatr. lonrTa.H Of la
borer employes 1b the to eat tuition or repair
lag ef aey balldlBftor la farelihlaf lay at
tort alter mhtetryfor the , may aire
tb owner thereof DOtUe la wrltlar, parma
Urly Millar forth tae smouatol hi lim,
aaa mo bbftim rooerv, tor waian bib bid-
jwt loiaaaotauio bib aaa ii n noiua
owaer reaiMBalbla tar the aataO. Bad the
ovitr of the buiidlag ahall be liable for s neb
Ulm,batB9ttoKMd the amouQt doe from
bloiheoaplorrat the time of aoilse.or
b4tiatiy. whieh myb reeorered laaa
lUe. f. Thai wkeavar ear alraoBtrAator.
leurneviaeaAr labarae ekaJI reoorer abt aueh
-;.. .,i ::, ...iiui .,.; .
Clam iroaw a iwiii 0 uiu BHirutag, b
may aa aai BTByaaaB owaer ta any aanea
aw wj ih par OB wng vttiai
lUtlod tareeorer thesame
A Iloaaewf Correction for Bare
Tke fallow! oar I tks bill ta amend the act ta
relation to thitbllihmatlo the Untilst
01 uoiumoia 01 a nouie 01 aorraeiioa tor uoji
aa 11 naiiaii mi unuii ifinrairi
ofeorraetloB, which ahall hereafter b kaowa
aod atiif aaita aa id iteiorm dobooi 01 tae
Uiainet oi uvianiDiBf mifi 11 imir uiiviaiiuui
reetlre.take and keen la thalr filuirre.
eaBtrfilkad ouatodt 1 riraL Any boy nadtr th
g OiSlxiHQyeera waoaaaii gr may doiiadib
ta fiaaiaameni or imDtnonraiii uiair adt
etlitlng law of ih Dutrletof Uolumblt, or
ear law iDBimay do aaaaiou aou in lure is
aaUl Dlitrlat. tUflood. Aot buv l4r alaToen
yarotage, with tbefDtrfhlprcBt or
guardian, agatoat whom aoy ahaige of sum
mlttlDf aay erlme or tnlidf.eanor ah -.11 hay
DOOn BIBilB nil puniaMiiuem ui wuiu,ob bub
tUttoa, would btaonflnement la J ill r prlaoo
Third Any boy uodsr at a teen year of ate,
rhala deailtuteof aauitAbl hum Aad Ad
,iat mean of obtaining A hflneal II ring, or
who ta Udanctrof betog bi ought up, or 1
hrrurht kb ta lead aa
iuBi !, pr 11
t or ylel-xi II f
.- r" i . z.j- i.jz.-jr - ..:.
v u4r eliiMo years of b
whn 1 taaorrlgiblo or hablttullf dlirrgarJa
rourin Aay dot uaaor aiairaa yoara bo
lb eommwDda of hi far at a, father or awther,
or gordlaiorwhor rt lo laraortlplAe
or praotieeii t r who oeglaoti or rfui at tb
req ml or tonnto lor hi p trrnta, father or
muther, or guardian, to perform labor aultabla
Ui hi yeara en 1 ia lltloa.or to kllcndaehool
8 S Tbtl wboTtr aay boy under th
age of ilitrra year shall b brought before
any court of re.rJ of th Dlitrlat of Oolutn
hi, or anyjitdgeof auoh court, aad ahall be
ouTletelol any erlm or mllnanor pae-
lahebie by impriaonmeai otner tnea impriooa
meal for life, iiieh ourl or Judge, lo Ilea of
aBtalaguehboy to lmprloamnt 1b th
ouotrjAil, my,with th content or uer boy
iiii ntHii Af amaritlaa. ininiiil the Ban
taBMOf puatahmeat la th , etui commit
.ha to itu Bare, eoatrol aad auatod of the
aatd truiteM, to he takaa to th ald reform
booi, to remain onitio eneii arnre ai in
ag of twoaty-oo yer. ubIci sooner dla
a barged by the board of traitaei Aad In all
Bhiri a bar. oailir th ar of sixteen.
upon in nrf 01 on me or niaaomeAoor.
hie tka Aeeuiatloo ACBlailhlm 1 dMaed
upporledby rldeo eaClelant to pot him
ah tiai. aanh oourt orludtT ahall hare tjowr
to atay Ail proeeedlog In th eai. and to om
mlthlm.la Ilka manner, for anon period aa
ueb court or JuJge may datermlna, but not
l.a. Ik.. Mtm raAlllKl
no e. tnai idb ntnjarB ui mi vinva vi
Waablnftoa ead Georgetown, end th preal
dent ot the L.OTT Oourt of th Dlatrlet of
Columbia, reepeetlroly, ahall have full power
to aommlt to the eare, eoatrol aod euatody of
th board of troale of said reform school,
with tb eooMot, and At the proper AXpeaie,
of hi prnt or guardian, for suab term a the
board of truate may datarmln, aot boy
ueh AIsdiarlbd In th third nod fourth
lauaeeof aaallou on of tbl t Aad ths
mmbrof the aatd board of trust shell
Alao, todirt dually, hav ih aame power a Is
herein glrco to tb Mayor of Waihlngton
And(lorgtoWB, and th prcildaal of th
See. 4 That th thirteenth aaotlon of th set
Aboye mentioned be amended by Insrrllng "a
um BotfioaedlDgooe dollar ud a half per
week," lo th place of th words "flfty eaat "
Be I That 1a aaa aay boy ahall b com
ml tied to th ear AAd control of lb board of
Trustee, for tb boaeBta of the reform school,
by either of th mayor aforriald, th pre!
dent of the Lory Uourt, or either of th true-
Ieei, ac before proyided, the said board of tru
es may, If they deem It proper, requlrs secu
rity lo b glvaa to them by the parent or
guardian of Any boy ao oommltud, for th
paymeatof theKnenie of mslntAlolog such
boy la th ld school, for such period a ha
may remala thr. Aad la All um, a itita
mant of Ih age of th boy eonmltlod to th
car of th board of trueteei, together with
th reaion for aueh ommllmota ehallba for
nlihed At the time of the commitment of each
boy, to be dellrercd to th sold board 1 and no
til aueh ttmAt hl! b ao dllrr4 th
truateea may declln to reealr such boy. No
commltmcBt ahall remain lo for longer than
UAtll the coramitia anit narcDacome miiy
re for mad, nor altar h ahall hay attalaeo
tha ag of twatyon yaara Hut tha eald
their auatod r. br an order dulynterei
upon their rtaorda, whnyr tbay ahall deem
th object of committing htm fully attained,
Tha truateea ahall aIbo hare full nower
to plaoe aoy boy, committed a herein do-
onoea uurinc bib miauriij, , iiku injiiBii
anank for. or oa aaeount of. ssld school ol
reform or olhrwlae, end cam him to b
taatrncUd In uh branchecof utrulknowI.
iDiiu mar be a ul I able to hi Tr and
Saelty, And a they, th a aid truiteaa, may
L end they mAy, with th coaaent of Any such
boy, bind bin out a ao apprentice during hi
minority to larn ub propr trAdAadm
ploymeal a la their Jadcmenl will h moot
eoodutlv to hi reformation and amcadmtat,
and a will tnd to hi future ben at) and th
aid truateea ball, for aueh purpo,har
powtr to appoint committee of one or more
of their aura ber with power to ftxeeuUaad
deliver on bahairof th eald board of tinat
Indanture of Appreatlccahlp for any boy whom
they may deem a proper poraoa lor an appro
ttae, and uab Indcnturcc ahall have the same
force aad afloat a other indcnturcc of ap
nrentlceablp uadcr th lawa of tbe Dlitrlat of
UolumMe. and ba lld and kept amooa: th
record aad la the offleaof th aald reform
chooL aad It ahAll not be aeeaaaary to record
or lie them liwhre.
See. S. That the Secretary of the Interior
hall ua ao much of th tract of land known
a the aorcrnment farm, la th Dlatrlet of
Columbia, as msy aot b deemed neaary for
th ui of the aqueduct, to ba t off by meter
and bound to th board of truateea of Ik
school of reform, la accordance with the pro.
rteloa of tb flret ecttoa ot lb eat of July
U,U4d, of which tbl la an modmett And
thereupon tbe said board of truateea ahall
bar xlulr y aaloa and conliol of such
portion s shall thus be set off to them
A retain Tiber Creek.
Mr, O U HI Ian reponed th bill authorising
th coruoralloB ol Waahlogtoa toarab Tiber
Ureekfroei Now York erenuo to PoBBtyl
raela avenue, with tb lollowlag amend
" That the Mayor of th city ef WsehUgtoo
by and with Ih concent of the Common (joun.
cfl of acid ally, ahall ap,olnt a hoard of thre
eommlaalonere, wboee duty It chcll b to
as the boaeflte whlehBhall be derived from
aid workupoA all th real eatate within laid
limlla, which directly or Indirectly drain Into
Tiber erek, baring due regard to the propor
tionate value of th whole coat a the arcs of
th land within th bulldlag llmlU of th
tquaruor psrt of squirt which drain Into
aaid creak beare to tba whole area drained
and th aorporntlon of the city of Washtatoa
I hereby authorised to collect tbe amount a
an ad from the owner a or aald real cat Ate
respectively, aad the rctldue of tbe eoatef
aid worn, rvpnaoBiing ins proportion uua 10
IHIIIiaUl .11 Blt-a.a)ai, atTaJUUWU BUtl 11UU.1
apacea ao drained, ahall b paid by the city of
waaaiagiou obiu eomniaitoiierB, paioro
entering oa the dutie of eald appointment,
halt b aworn to fairly and Impartially make
the ieimots aforesaid "
Tba Alexandria, Landana aad
llaanpettlro Hallroad UIII.
Tb fourth etloa of th bill, Introduced by
HoOtLeewl MfKtasI, to authorise the Uor
potation of Washington to ubactlb to th
eapiiii Bteoti vi ia AtBuaiauriB. iouaouai
an 1 Jlampahlr railroad, contain th Import
ant nd equlUbl provleloa that for th epc
claltax paid under theprovlelona of th bill.
ine pBiouu iibiiob in bbhib aniirBiB a oar
tkOoate for the amount ao paid, lea Ave per
centum forth cxpenee of collection;, celling
out th valuation of the properly and th
amountof taxao paid, of which certificate
the date, number, end amount, and to whom
liaucd, a reglatcr abatl be kept by the collee
tor ot the aald city authorities, which certlfl
ot ahAll b AengnDl aaa wnea tbinR
jcg fund provided for ahall be equal to tba
amount of th then outstanding bond, tb
r roper omeer of tho city nut ho title, whom
hay ahall dcilgatto for thla purpose, ahall
tciue to the parly or parllcc holdlag aod pi
a mi aa auon eoriineaicB in pro rare) nronoru
atbwhol amount of caulHaataa shall bsar
to th whol amount of stock, nw certificate
pacifying tbe extent of tho part'a Intareat,
nd ahall order tock tn ths eald railroad com
oeav to that amount to ba ttancferred to him
or her, and to atand labia or ber namoon th
book of th aald company, ou the aurrndr
Htaale CoaaaalUeo Dletrlel of
At lb maetUg ef th Benat OommltU on
th Dlitrlat veatarday it wa agreed to re
port tb bill (o Tat) Mtolnorperataa Aaaoi
clailoo for the 1'reveatloa of Cruelly to Aai
Imsl la the Dlstrl! of Columbia," with
Several mtmbers of th School Board wsr
In waiting to urg to psssg of tb bill to
onioiUst Ui 1 shoe I lyitaoi but thi nit
4U1. OAlM M 0Olt th
lU-Marar cAlUh ealied M eeeault th
innnHUal tarMtkaai la Ika hill ( Bit ta
mBdandOBaolldttheveral aef rlat
tng to a Metropolitan police la the Dletrlel ef
twiomBia.M ana partisaiariy 1 re.ai.oa 10
reAtier la salan ef ta nfflccr of the
Poll Hoard, uafM tb saUrles of the private
srealao lncrsd Alio, I r Terence to tb
remevalof mmbre of th foreoarrilBg la
fdrot of the preeeet law I rfrne to re
moral, aad Agaiaat thepropoeed IrgUlatton ea
this eiihject. which all we removal at th die
sretlea of the Hoard of Poll.
DlstrleiDnaiaeae Im Reaate.
m Billl 1. 1...1.. m.A Ib .. Bulla at kill
which wa refarred tothrjommltte oath
Dlilriatof Columbia, To autborlse th o
thorltlcc of tke city of vracklngtoa to anb
ertb Iv haodred tkeucaad dollar to the
a pi tat toekof th Baltimore and Pntaraa
niairvnu uoiBiiij naia ,au aoiui m ,ij
mrnt of the same ' Tbe bill Is la eeeordAace
with a Ut reeolntlonof theUityOouacii.
aaktog the authority above men! toned, aad
empowers tb elty authorities to subscribe for
tea thouasadshareceflh capital stock of the
Haiti more aed Potomac Railroad Company,
the par value ef which lo fifty dollar tb
hare, aad to Issue city booda, (either coupon
or reglataredlto th Amount of fly huAdred
thoeiAod dolUra, I 4a4o.latloee or Br
hundred and on thouaaod dollar, payabt
tblrtyytaraaftar date, with tatereel not ex
ceeding coven per nt per annum Th aald
iihaatTnt Inn ahall ha knelled ta the toaatrue
tion of th eald railroad within th city of
WAihlaitoa ana 10 in umnci 01 uoiumni
Tb la Piecldeot laid before the tfJ
tho reaolqtlon roeeatly pacced bytbelxtll
Ward Irlah Bepabllcsa club la regard to tbe
IBM aiaeBBrgae in iao larr yam bhuiiibui
r.pi.a' inn.iniiatit thirinn. anJ earneatte aa
treating Congreao to paaa tha bill now before
than, far the aonatruatlaa of a new market.
houa la this etty they were referre 1 to tbe
Commute on rubii untitling and u round e
Ttae Howard InveatleratUw.
Thenouse Commtltee on Education and
Labor on Thursday be.au tbe cXAmlnaltou
of witnesses on tbe charges galnt General
O. U Howard, a sUtcJ la yesterdiy Rb
rcBUCAB, and some documentary evidence
ws submitted a the b tsls f r showing that
tbe Howard University had been made a
profitable ipccalatl o through an unauthor
ized uie of funds alleged to hare belonged
to tbe Freed men Bureau. Several wit
nesses were examined.
Walter S. Cor, executor of the estate of
John a. omitn. teeunea mat ne received
from General ilallocb, tieuurer or the
Freed men's Bureau, one hundred and four
teen thousand dolUrs by a warrant drawn
on tbe United State Treasury, as one of the
Eayment made by Gen. Howard for the
md on which the Howard University
atanda. Tha contractor ana Dullder 01 tne
University building testified to receiving; from
th Bam aonrca a warrant of the United
Bute Treasury Tor a large amount 01
money. Tbe object of this evidence It to
show that these sums were used without any
authority of law In the acts creatlag tbe
Freed men's Bureau or the one Incorporating
the Howard University, oa the ground that
tbere le no provision allowing tbe Bureau to
go farther than to rent or lease bulldlogs
J W Romsey, tbe contractor who built
the new Congregational church here, was
questioned u to whether the checks npon
which ha waa paid were signed by Gen.
Howard In his private capacity or as Com
missioners of tbe Freedmen't Bureau. It 1
understood that Gen. no ward showed that '
tha monev advanced the Younsr Men's
I Cbrlatlan Association building came from
unite a nnmoer 01 witnesses were atrain
In attendance yesterday morning, among
them Rev. Dr. Boynton, former pastor of
tho Congregational church ( Mr. Harvey,
oricKiayer) J. w.i.nmseyt veacon .vnue,
treasurer of tbe church t H. R. Searle, arch
itect, and Gen. Ballocbi bnt onir Messrs.
Harvey and Ramsey were examined. The
examination extended over nulla a field.
embracing transaction connected with tbe
University gronnds and buildings, tbe farm
purchased oeyond Unlontown and ceruln
transactions of a private character In which
Gen. Howard wu Interested.
kr Mr. Romsey testified lo regard to certain
bonds of the church having been cashed at
their face by General Batloch upon the order
of General Howard, and that the amount
$31,000) bad been deposited In tbe Freed'
men'suavinr nana eio.uuu vo nia t How
ard's) credit a special treasurer of the
church fund, and $9,000 to his Indlvldeal
credit, which amount he secured to tbe
church by tbe deposit or a mortgsgemade
bv D. L. Eaton to General Howard on a
piece of property which the latter had pre
vlonslv Bold to the former.
Tt waa alan BtAttvf that flanerAt Howard
had; requested the contractor and Others
tbat In making purchases they should ob
tain whatever lhy needed In hi line of Mr
J, R. El vans, as it wonld be to hi (How
ard') pecuniary advanUge, and tbat when
bill were presented they were taken to
General Ballocb, who did not pay tbe money
over to Mr. Elvans, but upon the bill being
receiptee tne amoun. wae appaea vo mo
Etyment of ceruln protested notes of Mr.
Ivans, upon the back of which was the
name of General Howard u endorser.
These note are understood to have been
given In connection with the purchase of
the Barry farm, over the Eastern branch.
a copy or toe eviaence wu asaea lor oy ur.
Wood, bnt refused bv the committee It Is
understood that Mr. Wood U not altogether
(ileaeed with toe manner in wnicn toe exam
nation wu conducted, and lollmato that
whether o Intended or not by the commit
tee. It ha the acDoaranc of a desire to
avoid that searching Investigation so unan
imously demanded by the House. Mr.
Searle, an architect of some note, wlU be
examined to-day In relation to tbe quality
of the material and the present condition or
the building, with the means use 1 to make
it tenaoie, c. 1 on contract and spectnea
tlons nnder which the university ware butlt
formed a portion of the docninenury evi
dence before tbe committee yesterday.
Deparf nieul af Jollf.
Tha ttouc Committee on Retrrncbment
has agrevd upon Mr. Jenckct bill to ciUb-
lieu a ueanmrn. 01 ju.ue, ana win report
It with rwimimfnUtUMi that It pass a
soon as air 4encKr snail nave nntakM a
utciucut to be praseptod with the bill,
tbowlug the cost for legal assistance and
counsel in the various department of tb
Government u compared with the reduced
expense under the proposed meuure. The
bill nrovlde that there shall bo an axecn-
tlve department, to be called tbe Depart
ment of Justice, of which the Attorney Gen
eral shall be the head, with an usUlaet to
be called tuo solicitor uenerai, at a salary
of $7,S00 two asslsUnt attorneys general
at a salary of f 5,000 each) In cue of death,
absence, or Inability of tbe Attorney Gen
eral, the Solicitor General to fill tho place.
The solicitor or tbe Treunry, of Internal
revenue, of navy. Jndge Advocate General
and Examiner or Claims of the Bute De
partment and their uslslanu to be trans
ferred to tbe Department of Justlee. The
Attorney General may direct the Solici
tor General to or may himself argue case
In the Supreme Court, or may send the
Bollcltor to any BUte to argue cues In which
tbe United Bute U latercsted Tbe Solicit
or and AsslsUnt Attorneys General to be
appointed by tho President, by and with tbe
advice and consent of the Senate. Subordi
nate officer and clerk to bo appointed by
tbe Attorney General. A stenographic clerk
to be appointed for tbe Department, with a
--1- Bl rVW. Tht ..r...l.. m.ih
BaiBI Ul fai.vvv. aataj buiiipui funvia
now exercised by the Oecretary of tbe Inte
rior over account of district attorneys, mar
shals, clerks and other officer of tho court
or tne uniieo oiaies snail do exercised Dy
the Attorney General. Tbe conduct of all
Judicial proceedings In every Department of
tne uovernuicat, aou tug avwmvri gi vuo
United Sutes, to be under control of the
Attorney General. Each head of any De
partment of the Government may require
tbe opinion of tbe Attorney General on all
questions of law arising la the ad minis tra
tlonof their respective Departments. The
duties enjoined upon the Auditor of the Post
Oflleo Department to bo performed by the
Department of Justice, and tbe Attorney
General to have charge of prosecutions for
mall depredations and penal offences against
the postal laws.
Ok Tuuksdat ft certain number of the
fathers at Rome absUlned from assisting at
the meeting of tbe Fcumenlcal Council
wnen tne vote on tne souema agam uc.ru
doxy wa taken. Others accompanied their
votes with a declaration of disapproval of
tbe manner la which the schftma had been
Otm familiar name of lnncheon I derived
from the dally meal of Spaniards at eleven
o'clock, termed omt, or Conci (pronounoid
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Aa All Cassaplraer Wlttala tbo
Rom, A prtUaWn. authorities keep them-
Ires well teformedof thproJestsof Msc
Rial and hi ntrtliass for seother attempt en
Jtome, aed are obliged U Ineressethslr vigi
ls aad severity.
Wlthla a few dirt fortr inspected psrsoes
hire beea arrested la Rem tad tke natibber
lag fortified towns. Avow! tllslUd by their
gB.lltloa Uva as doubt of th ilstec
of 1 eeasplnsy wlthla th Papal territory,
th leaders or whlsh Ar set lag la concert
with the revolatloaery party eutald
rollllcal Affairs Iat Aaatrla.
Viibba, April II. Ta rw mlalstry have
iMuedmalftof th.r poller. They y
tby will endeevor to smooth dlffleulltes sad
sertea siprltu,bui without dpnig (rem
eosstitutioaal way er violating Imperial
Th Ooverameat will Ideatlfy ltslf with
th movement for natlOBal dvlopmnt oa a
bail of ommon right aad liberty.
TtiBRpanlebCUrKy etad Ih Camall
Madbid. Aorll U-Th Spsalsh Uriy per-
1st ta lhir rsfusal to sweat alleg ! to th
Cooitttutloa Although thttlm wlthla whlh
they ar req it red to take tbe oath Is short
th-y bare ahowa no dlspoaltloa to yield
lvmahsvbea xcaua atuareeioBB
for robberies sad assassinations committed last
The strike at La Creaiot. France, la prastl-
ally ended aad alt the shops hare rnumsd
The doDulle of tb aUCll ueetre ia in uorpc
Leglalatlf will mt to-day to dtald what
course to puna la regard to th plablaeltum.
Oood Frldsy was obssrvea ia new xora
yestsrdsy by eloslog the corporation offices
and by services la all the church.
It 1 uoderctood at Ot.raui taatucavrai
llancocc, commanding th Depsrtmsnt of
Dskots, will soon be trsnafrrd to ItbcrSt.
XiOuls or aaa trABiaoo, aaviag Miaoaiiaa
hi hote of thoae tocatlona sine th death
of Oea. Thomas It Is bllsvd that be will
prefer Bt. Iiools.
Robert D. CmllUott.a mrhaat of Nw
Tfttfc annmlttad aulaldA lalt ttUht at bt -
lda ta BrooUya, by ahootleg himself
Tho Dlatrlkatlaa af Ih lfalloaal
bank Lmrroaej A Card from Seaiv
fUnatiw Sherman hu addressed to the
ivtiiarAf tha New York Triivru tbe follow
ing letter In relation to tbo dlstrlbntlon of
tne national Dana currency 1
riii ta iaiii liana ar Hatardav the HOB
Freeman Clarke, formerly Controller of the
Currency, la defeadlng him aalf, sack to mak
m hr la th rpolblIlty for the groaaly
uaaaualdlatrlbutloa nf the nallonal banklog
ctrculatloa, uadr which Nw Knglsnd and
New Tork got crcatlr more than Ihelrpro-
portloa. I piM -not guuiy 10 inia enarfB
Th ectloa af th original baaklog act of 1103
quoted by blia wae written by me This ice-
UO! WH DBUITC IB l BOI VI 1I01 VIII KB) II
naaama maniieei inai wiinoui eomo auon iimn
th whole circulation would be ebc orbed by
tha Eaatera Htatea. that aeetloa waa re-
enacted and engrafted In th banktag at ap
proved March, 1SSS. and 1 as folio wet I
MOo huadred and flfty million of dollar
ot to eatlra eaaouat of circulating note au
thortaed to blud ahAll be Apportioned to
AcaoclatlOBB la tk Btawa, la th Dlatrlet of
Columbia, aod la th Terrttorlec. according to
repreaentatlr populatioo, and the rcmalader
hall be pportlood by th Secretary of th
Treaaury Among aacoclatloaa formed la th
varalStatcc.lB th DUtrlct of Columbia,
andtathTrrltori,faavlag due regard to
th sxlallag baoklnc apltal, reeouree and
bacteec of aB Stat, lUatrlct aed Terri
tory." Under this section It was th plain duty of
th Comptroller to reserve for each Stl It
ihareofatlaaittlM.0O0.000 It la tru that
In tb Internal tAX aat, Alao Approved MArch
S, lie, tha provlalon quoted by him wsc la
carted on th motion of Mr, Anthony, of
Rhode Island, tor thla provision I certainly
wa not rciponalbl Datva this limited
frlrllegA to State bank did not Jucttfywhat
otlowed. Th two at ontrud together,
both having paaaed oa th cam day, would
ran u Ira tha annortlooBient of Lha elreulatloo
to b made among the Stat, and th old
State bank to hav a preference to new banks
In tb same State la the dlstribulloa of the
circulation awarded to that Stat Such a
cone t ruction would hare glrea offset to both
uttarlr dlarerardlox a general law, to fly
effect to another peaaed 00 th came day,
which by Itc term expired July I, Jltf, how
can he Justify th xtenilon of th preference
Ia Ktata Kinhi havand the time Siadt On the
1st of July lis, th amount of lreuletlog
notea waa About IIM.00OOW Oa th let of
October, HAS, It eppeere from Mr Clerk' re-
ort mat tne wnoie o'rouiaiioa iiiuid 10
DABAB Waa BlW.BaiiWeet Biiti iiariu uv.vw.wv
for dlatrlbuttoB Accordlog to lew. Lrea After
thi del a very Urg portion ot thi $110 ooo,
000 wa letued to SUtce that bAd an xoa of
circuiAtloa, ana eapeeiauy 10 uaciBCLiucat.,.
Rhode laland and Connecticut
My Btluilon to Mr. Clark, quoted by him,
waa In no nokind eplrlt Ua ahowa tbat bta
airnr waa aoaaurred In bv Mr McUultOCh.
and it raw eut ar th natural declr to abaorb
ISO ttiaie DAOBa UUI I nvil IBB!!! ibbi aw
seatloasl monopoly now enjoyed by th banka
of three or four Eaataru State waa obtained
laduregardor thelaw. and that thi haa led
o wall grounded omplln's la th Wat aad
tkaHouih Tha truth 1. that under color of
the complaint that w taxed State bank out
of xlateaea, th baIIobbI baaka of New Eog
Uad nd New Tork have curd nearly aa
much banking elreulatloo asaUth bank of
th United Hiale had be Tor the war. They
hav now over tl7,OM,ooo of elreulatloo, or
nearly thr-e fifthe of all th present bank ir
euUtlan nf th United State, aad this in
f(Ul(AMI JOB SHBBHABT,
Vf aanjre. D 0 . April 11. tat)
Tbb RappA newspaper of Pari yesterday
published a dispatch from La Crnezot an
nouncing the end of tbe strike for tbe present.
Anotrr 800 emlsrranU sailed from London
on Thursday for Canada In the steamship
Bxhor Olazaoa hu been appointed presi
dent or tbe Councilor Bute at Madrid. Tbe
Barcelona lnaurgenu are receiving unusually
Ib tbb Spanish Cortes on Thursday Geo.
Prim Indicated tbat a certain time would be
allowed during which the clergy must Uke
tho oath of allegiance.
Harrt Atrrs, an Englishman, who
formerly had some notoriety u a pugilist,
wa found dead on Thursday night In a
doorway on Sudbury street, Boston.
Tub Philadelphia board of health hu
Uken measures to close np certain flftby
dens, where several deaths hare reoently
taxen puce irom reiapeing ierer
Groror B. Flatobrb. of Philadelphia,
hu been arrested, cnarged wnn emDcsxung
money from Col. Forbes, a pension agent,
during the absence of the chief clerk. The
amount Is 11,600.
Mr. J. Ashicrt, the owner of the yacht
Cambria, offer 73 gulneu u a prlxn to be
contested for br Yorkshire and Harwich
Jacht club In July next, the course being
rom tbesuilonof oneclub to that of an
other, 1. . from Harwich to Hull.
To stumer N. P. Banks. Cart. McCar
rick, from Cherry Stone, reports tbat tbe
ship Crest of tbe Wave, from Liverpool,
with railroad Iron for Baltimore, went
ashore on Hobtbt Island on Sunday night.
and all Hands were lost ine ooaies oi tne
crew drifted uhore on Cobb's Island.
Tub Parit. JotiritaJ Official of yesterday
conUloi a decree nominating M. SegrU u
Minister of Finances, replacing M. Buffet,
and charging M. Xmllo OlllvTer with the
SecreUrytblp of Foreign Allaire ad Interim,
in piece Ol m. Jrut auu aiuuvc i..uavrue
wnn mat oi ruouo lusirncuoa aa interim, i
A RiroRi from Medina, Ohio, of y eater
day, says t Tbe whole town 1 burned, and
the fire originated In a wooden barber shop.
The town Is built almost entirely of wood,
and tbere are no faellltlee for extinguishing
fires, hence tbe oonfiarratlon. The tjoouIa.
tlon la about 3,000. A the town 1 not on
tne line oi tne rauroaa or connecting with
the telegraph, particular come very slon
Tbxbr wu a meeting of the party of tb
Left tn the Con Lerlslatlf and Radical
Journalism Thursday night, at the bouse of
Deputy Cremlena, to uke action In regard
U U A MCUaAClte. UarUDCUA, IUICB rnv,
Benon, PeUUn, E Plcard, and many other
members of the Corps were present Bitty
two provincial and fourteen Paris lournal
were also reprewnUd After an informal
discussion It wu decided to vote negatively
at the plebiscite, and to circulate manucitot
AjMnst Ut object of the pii.iiclto,
Inatiaviaai Caaaua-relal Hvet
aUaam CaaanaanlealUa with Aaa
trail a-ThaOailda Narvlvar.
Saw Fbarcuco, April it. Tho Import!
of this elty hare drawn op a bill to lAsllltat
th transmlasloa et Earopa, Aclatl and
Anstrallsa mercbSBdU aerot th United
The bill Is to be submitted to the ah amber of
ommeree la this lty and the principal ettUs
of the Esst, and will be forwarded to Wash
ington with Instructions to lb Ooefrst sloaal
delegation te fsver lis ensslmtat.
Ta flr I th Amson mm ia reportoa ex-
Usgnliked. The damage la tighter tban waa
Saw Fbaroisco. AbMI u-rarti in tni
ally hav beea advlaed by esbl of ths a ailing
ofthfltsasblp01ty of Adalald from 9yd
ney, March IT, for San Frnlsoo via Heao
lula, srewded with pasaanger. Sh Is ld to
b th plosi of a regular Ua of Auatrallta
ateamchip ros tnts port.
Th anrvlvoraof th uneid oissstsr, now
la this elty, will go XUst by railroad Instead
ef by steamer
Th bullion product of th leading mlaca On
tha Oomstock lode for the first quarter of 117
Amounts to l,TW,00t).
Destraellea br tba Broken Tbbb1
at Bt. Aathaar.
Chioaoo. A mil U -The water from the
broken tunnel at St. Anthony, Minn , yeiter
dsy undermined tb Icland flonrlag mlU aad
Moultoa'a planing mill, aaa iny worn com
plately dsstroyed Xa, $0,oqo. The proa
pct la bow that the entire eactrn portion of
llnnela laland, on wbleh are situated msny
vsluable mills andaeostly dam aad bridge,
will be swept awsy before the water esn be
shut off from tbe broksa taaael.
To Bceompllsb this a dam Is now bulldlag,
ahiMh witlkaea th water not only from, en
teric th tunnel, bat from thAW-mlUat
at t.lhMi Benableof awlnST700.000 ft Ot
timber per day, rendering them useless for the
best portion of the season.
Tho CwafederatlOB, Qaeetlen la lb
itALivAT. AorU ll-Murry' rsolptlon
on eon federal Ion, with th amndmnt tdd
by th QovrnmBt, have not yt com np toe
Th Oorernmcnt rcaolatloa will rlt tbe
conferring ot knighthood upon Sir A. T
Oatt, after th declaration of independence,
and that th Britten. Ooverameat will be
akd to tat plainly Its vie we on ladpad
Tb Prince Edward's Xslsad aoverament
bss roelvd tb folio wlogi
Dowvtxe Irkxar, March ftlTfl.
Sib i X have th hoeor ta akaowldg the
receipt ef your dlcpalch, No. 9, of the 4th of
February, Incloclegeoplee ot th report of
roarxoutlveouoclloB th ahjt ef the
arm offered by Canada for th laoorporatloa
of voor laland Into a dominion
The term ara rejected on th ground that
they do not com price a full Bad Immediate
eettlementof the land tenure and Indemnity
to tb Imperial Government for the loee of
territorial revenuco It appearc to ma that
the government of Prince fcdward laland
will not aot uBwlMly If they allow ibmlva
to ba diverted from tbe practical coulderA.
tloaol their owa rl Interests for th sake
of keeping allv thtlr llm Again at the Im
priAraovromnt,whloh It 1 quit certain
will never be acknowledged
1 bar th honor to ba, sir, your most obe
dient aervant, OaARTtLLR.
Midira, Oato, April -A fir broke out
at t o'clock this morning and Is still rsgtng.
Nearly all t business bousss nd banks are
burned. The ctt.td lo 1 about $121000
Th fir 1 aowubdud. It buradrry
business block la tbtvllUg execptlog two
Mn, women and hlldra fought th flame
with buekvts of water, which war tha only
available mean, bnt were unabl to lsy their
Maoy persons were severely bureed, but
that wae ao less of Uf. The court-house
and ssvsral cburchce esught fire but were
Among th bulldlogs dtroyd were tha In
ternational Hotel, the OesAlfa omoe, the Com
mirclal Dank. andU Eagle Hotel. Tb post
offlce was located to tk Lntcraatlonal Hotel
Its coatcnt wr asved Tb bulna part
of thetowatcla ahs, Tbe emouator tbe
loea obbboI bow be stated.
II 1 a remarkable fact thAl Although th
town was without fir ntas, sod most of
th bulldlag war frame, yet very few of the
sufferer sre reported a Insured.
Toasperaaeo aaa rallllca.
Lawtstowa, Ma., April 1ft The Orand
Iiodge of Good Templar adjourned tbl fore
noon, after unanimously passing a resolution
giving a diffsreat turn to tba political action
of yeaterday. The resolution 1 a follow)
BuIvcd,Tht th Orand Lodg hereby ' dtsa
vows any purpose to bind nay member of tbl
lodg or aoy cubordlnat lodg to Act with aay
particular priy, bu. aimpiy utkb uyva ubw
TvmpUr lb duty of voting with such partlea
a "j. ..k. .-au.. .. ... a. .va Af a.
im iar iDin bbbiiuii.i mm m m i.ivi w.
lorced prob initio n
Tbautatecommiuoeoi in tntru pony r
eoaldrdthlr action of Wednesday calling
a Stat Convention lu May to nominal a can
dldsU ror Ooreraor, and voted to take aoae-
tloa la the premues at press at.
A Talaafarr tlmrrOBdor,
Sr, Loon, April 11. OhrIetUnOarrtt, who
waa a elerk la th elty auditor's offle aeveral
yars ago, during 1IM was aharged with om
bettllng funds from that offle, and fled to
Qrmny to .avoid arr-t, Subicqu.cgtjjJtA.
waa lauitj.at ., ,.. j.i.i.aa.y.i..
war mad to cur hi atrast, but without
Xaast Wdady be returaed to thi city.
and to-day Ap peered before the Criminal
Oourt aad was rcld on $,& baU. Th
xut amount of hi abtilmnt la aot
known, but It la eat 1 mated at nearly $100,000.
Tbo II I AT Ilorse Mfalar Ex pad I tl em.
Orbtbrrr. April lft A telegram iron unir
Justlee Howe, who went to Washington la
the latereeta or th Big Horn Mining Asaoala
tlon, Announce that hi minion ha been auo
ceacful, and tbat the expedition will be per
mlttedtoto. Instructions have baenaentto
Gn. Augur to tbat effect Theoxpedltlonwin
sUrt from hr cany in nay, cacn maa muss
provide blmse If with arm and four months
provisions aad with transportation for the
asm time. The expedition will carry a twvly
Tha rem lam Cam; res.
Obioaoo. April IS Th Tealaa Congress
bss chsnged tb old constitution of the Broth
erhood.And la pise of a Prtdnt aad Senate
have appointed an cxecutlv committee oea
liting of alao member. It ha also voted to
ad a committee of three to the NCWYotk
Fenian convention to be held oa theLithln
taat The Oongreaa will probably adjourn
Tbo Ca aad lam Scare Comttastea,
MowTRSAL, April II Volunteer from tha
country ontlau to arrive here,
Aa official parade aad laspeetlon ot tha
whole volanteer for will take place this af
ternoon oa Champ d Mar.
Tbr Is nothing new with repot to th
Fenian movement. Everything Is quiet on
Tba I Means Tax
Ws rejoice at the decision of the House
Waye and Means Committee to report ad-
Tersely on tne Bonnie propoaiuou v -.-tlnu
ftfUr the present year the obnoxious.
ana noiusl income tax iso jiwiw "i
we are confident, recede from Its resolution
to let the Ui die a nateral death at (be end
of the prUS ; fear. If "doe. it will greatly
disappoint the people, who groan to T rid
of thlsniost deaplaed of aU their heavy bur
dens A' Y 7VI6WM.
We are pleased to bear that thi commit
tee of the House have agreed to recommend
a ooo concurrence lo tbe Senate roli.ttoo
extending tbe Income tax another yeir, ThU
Income tax can be dispensed with, and It
ought to be stopped. It Is a source of great,
annoyance and Clacontent, and If longer per
sisted In will be felt u a losing expertaebt
by the party In power. .V. V. lliraM.
EtfOLisn l r arrow have lately eUblUh4
their residence In Letlngtou, Ky , greatly
to the surprise of thi uuft.hui blncdk