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MRS. T. BEBRY,
WUB EYESIGHT accurately lulled
wtth Fcbllu or other Spectacle, and
theater tXan elifuAere.
Optician, National Hotel.
'AHIIIRUTOaV dental place.
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alakadapoa appllcattokt .
rati aa iaa aiaana boeK uua-aina aa both iidoai
a a alnpta thai ablld taa aadoraUad III o
litH raaalai tbal acaraalr aar afforl la rrqafrrd
to kaap It la nottoa, aid la capabla of patfornlaf
Iha tr-ataat varlalr of work
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of BaraaXlabtf , Ika la? tor, aad of H asPattea
boffar. dototata. ... MlLHAU I BOBB,
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wnnmBTon run asp ur kuiow.
IRTBRRAL RtTRRCR RRCB1PTI JtHtf
dkj were 1333.810 S3.
J. Ociit Kiro, nominated forthapoaU
tlon of Collector at AnnApolIi, bai declined
UAPTAIR HlRRT CLATTOR hll been RIV
ilgoed to dot In the War Department, la
place of Col. Oicar A Mack, ordered on
lupectlof toarot national cemeteries.
Brcrrtart Bobtwrll jettcrdaj luued
an order for the payment of the Interest
faUlof doe Ma 1 on Monday, tba 35th
hulaat, without rebate. The amount of
(old repaired will be $23,420,470.
Trr riw hundred dollar legal lender note
bare Jnit been pnt In clrcnlatlon. and are
fine ipeclmeni of engraving. The Tlgnctta
of the late President Lincoln Id conildered
an e i celiac I Ukeneu.
Trraicrt officiiu were ytaterday con
Iderably exercised In determining the gen
uineness of a ten dollar legal tender note,
old scries, recti red by the United States
Treasurer. Some of the engravers were of
the opinion that It was a counterfeit, white
others attrlbnled Its bad appearance to the
bad quality of paper on which it was printed.
Commibsiorir DiLi.no has directed that
where, as In tha present year, (he first day
of May comes npon Sanday, the bonds of
distillers and brewers, and all other bonds
required by the Internal revenue law to be
given or renewed on the first of May, should
be dated, executed, and delivered on the
second day o( May.
Nrw movements are on foot In city poli
tics looking to the withdrawal of Mayor
Bowen and the other Republican candidates,
and nbstltallng John F. Cook, a colored
man, now City Registrar. Mr. Cook Is an
educated gentleman, and the opinion Is quite
general he would be a great Improvement
on Bowen. TTmA. Cr, Cin. Oauttt.
Tnn Risioif atio of Second Lieutenant R.
II. Llndsey, 3d United States artillery, has
been accepted, to take effect November 1,
1870. The resignation of Second Lieutenant
David O Swalm, unasilgned, has been ac
cepted, be having been appointed Judge ad
vocate. Lieutenant Swalm haa for some
time past been an aide-de-camp to Breve
Major General O. O. Howard.
Wall's Opbra Housr. The pathetic
drama of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," which Is
now performing at this theatre, Is admlra
bly placed on the stage, and the acting of
Little Gertie and George Knnkle elicits
much applause. The "Plantation Scene"
Is well rendered, the songs and dances giv
ing great satisfaction. Jt will be performed
Becrrtart Bklkkap was before the Sen
ate Military Committee yesterday In relation
to the bill .reorganising the army, and gave
bis views Tery freely. The committee took
np the bill and examined it by sections ccri
aUm. It Is believed that they will at their
next meeting conclude their labors upon the
bill, and report a bill very nearly like that of
Senator Wilson in Its main features
Hob. Mathrw Q. Emrbt, the Republican
Reform candidate for Mayor of Washington,
Is a native of the neighboring town of Fern
broke, where be resided until after attain
ing his majority. lie has many warm
friends In New Hampshire, especially among
the returned soldiers, by reason of his large
liberality to troops from this State passing
through Washington during the war.
Concord (X. JT) Corrvponfanet of JtoUon
On Mordat mut the employees of the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing will
commence work an hour earlier, 7 45 a. m ,
leaving off at 3 p. m , Instead of 4 o'clock,
as heretofore The night hands will report
for duty at 2 45 p. m , except on Satardays,
when they will be required to come at li45
p. m. The change has been made In accord
ance with the wishes of a majority of the
Cortrsted Elrctiohs The Election
Committee still has eighteen contested seat
cases to settle, vlst One from Colorado, one
from Alabama, one from Arkansas, one
from Virginia, one from Indiana, one from
North Carolina, one from Ohio, one from
Texas, two from Kentucky, two from Ten
nessee, two from Bouth Carolina, two from
Louisiana, and two from Missouri. la three
f these cases, It Is thought, no testimony
will be offered against the sitting members.
"Capturrd ard Abardorrd Proprrtt."
Judge Hale, of New Tork, who has been
retained all winter as counsel for tha Gov
ernment In the class of cases technically
known as the "captured and abandoned
property cases," closed the last of them for
this term to-day In the Court of Claims.
He has one more to argoe m the Supreme
Court this weik,and will then return to
New Tork. IDs services to the Government
and Treasury In this respect have been of a
very Tenable character
Brcrrtart Boot will has addressed a
letter to Hon. A II. Laflln, chairman of
liouse Committee on Printing, stating that
there Is a great demand for the annual re
port on commerce and navigation for the
ear 1&C0, coming prlaclpally from commer
cial localities, and suggests ai the Treasury
Department under the law la entitled only
to two hundred and fifty copies that a reso
lution be introduced to deliver a thousand
copies of those ordered for the use of the
House to the Treasury Department In order
that he may comply with the numerous and
urgent requests for copies coming from the
most prominent commercial hooses of the
National Thratrr Mr. Nell Warner
made his third appearance last night, as
suming the character of Richelieu, and
added an additional evidence that be pos
sesses all the elements of a truly great actor.
We nay elements for though his person
ations exhibit tho flashes of genius, still
there are times when a crudeness and lack
of finish appears which time will doubtless
remove. Miss LUIla Eldrldge made a fair
Julia de Mauprat, and was loudly applauded.
"Richard III." will bo presented to-night,
with Mr. Warner as the hump-backed king,
and an excellent performance may be ex
pected. AiiCTio Xxploratiohs. Mr. Sumner,
from the Committee on Foreign Relations,
reported a substitute for the joint resolution
relative to a Toyaw to tha Arctic regions.
under the auspices of the Government, The
substitute authorises the President of the
United States to organise and send out one
or mora expeditions for Arctic explorations
toward the north pole, and to appoint soch
person or persons as he may deem most
fitted to the command the roof j to detail any
officer of the pubUe service to take part In
the same, and to se any public vessel that
may be suitable, for the purpose. The sclen
tlflo operations of the expedition are to be
.Pteterlbed by Ihq Katiooal Academy of
Sciences. The sum of one hundred thousand
dollars Is appropriated for the above pur
poses, to be expended under the direction of
ThrBoprtt Qcbstios. The recent de
cision of the Supreme Court in reference to
who arerentltled to bounties, doss not settle
tht question ss definitely as t was supposed
It would. On May 1, 1801, the call was limed
for 49.000 troops, and on the following day
the War Department Issoed an order an
nouncing that those who enlisted would re
ceive f 100 bounty. Congress, on the 23d -oi"
July, 1801, restricted the bounty to those
who enlisted for two years. Between May I
and Joiy 33, one hundred and twenty five
thousand men were enlisted and eighty two
Instead of forty regiments (30 Infantry and
1 cavalry) mustered Into service. Adjutant
General Townsend has now been called npon
to designate which of the regiments mus
tered In are entitled to the, bounty, limiting
U to one third of the whole u amber enlisted
Jot) Atrrt, of Georgia, was before the
Senate Investigating committee yesterday
in relation to Improper means having been
need to induce legislation In reference to
the pending Georgia bill. Jndge Avery
testified that all the bonds of the Albany
and Brunswick road were signed by Mr.
Angler, the State Treasurer, and were now
every dollar of them In Europe One hun
dred thousand dollars of the bonds of the
Chsrlotte and Van Wort road, now In pro
cess of construction, had been forwarded by
express from Georgia to this city to be
signed by the Governor. Gov. Bollock had
Informed htm that he had signed the bonds
and forwarded them to Clewes at Co , New
Tork, to mett certain bills for Iron about
falling doe. It Is supposed that the for
warding of these bonds by express to Gov.
Bullock for signature gave rise to the sus
picion that an Improper use was to be made
of the bonds In this city.
Tns Tics Mrtbr QrjRSTtOff. The Com
mlssloner of Internal Revenue sent to each
branch of Congress yesterday, in response
to separate resolutions of Inquiry, a report
on the "vexed question" of Tlce meters,
The report to the Senato gives a complete
list of all the meters furnished to distillers
by the contractor, amounting to eight hun
dred and sixty-two In number, the factory
price of which was 1495,150. The report
to the House of Representatives Is very
elaborate, presenting, In addition to this
Information, a complete history of the In
ception and adoption of the Tlce meter, all
the preliminary experiments made by the
scientific commission that reconsidered It,
various reports of tests of Its utility In actual
use, and some discussion of the value of
spirit meters generally as aids In the collec
tion of all the revenue legally derivable from
Bomr tiur stRCR the Russian Minister to
the United Btates brought to the attention
of the Government the fact that he consid
ered the tariff act of 1801, bj levying $10
per ton on Russian hemp and $33 per ton on
India hemps, such as Manilla, Ac, a viola
tion of treaty stipulations. The House, a few
daye ago, decided that It was no violation of
our treaty with Russia, on the ground that
tha hempa of Russia and of India were
wholly different. The subject was then re
ferred to the Finance Committee of the Sen
ate, and a sub-committee has been consider
ing the question. It Is ascertained that the
sub-committee has taken the opposite view
from that assumed by the House, and the
committee will soon report the same to the
Senate, that the discrimination against Rus
sia Is clearly an Infraction of our treaty ob
ligations. ThrLroalTshdrr Cases Disposed or.
Mr Chatfleld, of Nsw Tork, of counsel
for plaintiffs In the legal tender eases,
(Latham and Drunlng against the United
Btates,) yesterday moved to dismiss the ap
peals In these cases, which motion, under
the practice of the court, was allowed, and
the cases were dismissed
The Attorney General suggested that, In
case the court allowed these appeals to be
dismissed, the Hepburn Oris wold case be re
opened, remarktng that In bis view, the peo
ple had for themselves determined tha legal
tender act to be constitutional by the adoption
of the fourteenth amendment. He said, to
say the least of It, the question was entitled
to the consideration of the court, and that,
as It was not touched upon In the recent
decision, he hoped It would In some manner
The court at this point entered Into con
sultation on the bench, and finally retired
ts the conference room to deliberate. They
soon returned, and the Chief Justice said
that he was Instructed by the court to an
nounce that the motion to dismiss or to
withdraw the appeals was allowed, and on
this point the court were noanlmous. Ori
the motion to reopen the Hepburn-Grlswold
case, under the practice or the court no mo
tion to reopen could be allowed unless some
one of the concurring justices In the opinion
rendered requested Its and as none of the
four concurring Judges now present made
such a request, the motion was not allowed.
Mr, Justice Bradley remarked that In the
courts where he had been accustomsd to
practice, no writ of error or appeal could be
discussed byfthe plaintiffs therein, or oppo
nents, without the consent or the authori
ties,: but as the practice of this court had
been different, be cheerfully concurred In
Thus the legal tender cases are at an end
for the present term, and the recent decision
of the court stands as the law of the land.
Toa CCRRRROT Question. The Banking
and Currency Committee, at their meeting
to-day, further considered the currency ques
tion, but reached no results. The proposi
tion now under consideration by the com
mittee Is a bill consolidating the Senate cur
rency bill and the House mandatory request
for an Increase of circulation. It will be
remembered that, some time since, the Sen
ate passed a bill retiring the forty-five mil
lions three per cents , and authorising the
Issue of the same amount of additional bank
circulation. Subsequently, the House per
emptorily ordered the committee to report a
bill Increasing the circulation by the amount
of fifty millions.
The aim of the committee has been to
harmonise these two measures, and It Is now
proposed that a bill be reported Increasing
the national bank circulation ninety-five
millions, with a corresponding withdrawal
of greenbacks, and thus overcome both
points above-mentioned. This has not been
agreed upon, however, and there Is much
diversity of opinion upon the subject. Borne
members favor throwing open the subject.
so as to permit ine nonin ana wesi w an
sorbasmochofthe cspttal as they desire,
retiring greenbacks in the same proportion.
Bnt this will be warmly opposed In the
lloupe, which still regards the greenbacks
with a laalous sve. It Is. therefore. Impossi
ble tossy what will be the result on this
matter at this session. The Impression Is
spreading that the matter Is well enough as
It U, and that It will do to let well-enough
aioae tor me preseai at least, it is certain
that: no more greenbacks will be Issued, and
It U almost equally certain that no more
bank circulation win be limed beyond the
three per cents, until Congress consents that
greenbacks may be retired pro raU.-H'at.V
Oaoiral Heads wu la Nw York at lie
tins of IkadiAthor his brother, Com. n. W.
OiBtrsl Phil fihcrlilaa Is on hie way lo
The lllsess of rrofciior Acanls his b-
sons so virjr serious as lo earns (rare ar
Tssnreoo's Trlnceii li lo bs tuned Into an
opera by a capable taJr mutleal erlllsof one
of la New York dallies
Mrs Ur Marr K. Walker Is la another
'psikof Iroubla" While laoturlof lalilr la
S&elbyvllle.IadlaQs. a nauihtr boy. evidently
Jealous of fair blfurealed firm tot a, a round
hlmieir ey sinking plat a to neri sod ansr
the leature terminated a row took plaee In tbe
audtsaee, durlof which aa se sheriff was shot
and another man mortally wouoJid by a blow
on the bead with an lia pick Our Mary will
ooabs amoDui sialawlth her Utile lamb,
"Shootlof the battle-err or freedom "
Mrs Friderlik W. Ltader has returned to
New York front her Luropiao tour.
Ur. and Mrs W.J Florence ar playing la
Rochester, Nsw Tork.
Wot li Aitorhsi some coo homes forest In
Ola Ball will sell for huropt on tin tTfh In
itial. Mm AnoaliUklaioa denies that aha Is to
wsd a rteh Rhode Iilaodir
Kennedy, Iha late mperl&tendent of the
New York polls has seeepled the preildener
of a New York eltp railroad, at a salary of
Nearly a year at tb public was startled
bmfipapf aesonata of the entire Ion of
the Powell eiplorlof expedition la attempt
lag the pamg of th great caaon of th
Colorado 6loe then the gallant nijorhaa
aom to Ufa and la now In our city, having
aeeompllihad Iha perilous feat of In pamg
of this remarkabl aol unexplored rlvsr
eh aim It Is to b hoped that our sltlieos
may have aa opportunity to hear a fulls.
eouot of this adventurous trlptnd Inipeet th
rasps that sow reveal the mysteries of thla
Oorer&or Qesry,of rennijlvsala, Uolonel
Alexaodir, ot new yoib, ex-uorernor nw
all, of New Jeriey, ar at Ihe Arlington
Ex-Goveraorllawley, of Connecticut, li at
the Jeooen Iioui.
Qov.Saaual Bard, of Idahoi 1 S Frost,
New Yorkl Uea I r W.bb, Uolonel W P
Denekla, New York, Hon John I ox, New
York) Major T. P Johoioo, IUlaljh.N.O i
Andrew Stuart, Ohlot General Samuel Zullck,
PMlAdaipMe.aodW II Zullck, Philadelphia,
wer among th arrivals at Ih Metropolitan
Tha mam i Twins hay not spokes to
aeh other for over a month owing to a dltn
tutly about th raealpts of thair show buil-
aeaa Why don't they dlnoivt partnersklpl
Th Emperor of Rnnla has Juil Uiued a
ukai, la which h "deigns to permit" th Rna
Stan language to beuied In Roman Oatholl
aid Protestant churehes U Ruailan Poland
Prlnes Arthur li to bar a grand ball la hie
honor la Montreal on th 3d of May, previous
to hit departure for California.
Wendell Phillips la presetting la Dot ton.
la hli lermonlAit Sunday evening he said
when th devil poured out on dollar, Chris
tianity muit pour out two.
Jamei A Voi haa been promoted from tem
porary to aaoondelait alark lath Appoint
montCfili, Poit Office Department, vice W.
V. Rider, reilgoed.
OeorgeS Blgelowhaa been appolntad tem
porary elerk la th Appointment Offlee, Post
OBlg Department, vie James A. Vose, pro
moted to Uk street May 1,1870.
Judge John M. Pugb, of Ohio, and Senator
E.SImaIy,of Tenaenes, were among th ar
rival! at th Metropolitan Hotel yesterday.
Rsr.Dr Reed, of Philadelphia, U al Ih
Horace UreaUy has a Iowa named aftar him
Rer Dr.E.11 Chapln lectured laat night U
Baltimore, on th "Orders of Nobility," at th
Ihtsbhal Taxation. General Butler's
bill In relation to Internal taxation Is as
Jtrtopfi, 4-c, That the Committee on Ways
and Meaaa b dlrt4 to prepare) and bring la
a bill abollahlog tka Imom lax aa now pro
vided by law, and tnatead thareof aiaoia a lax
of Oraptreant of lb lotareit paid upon all
laveated capital, whether la bonda of railroad,
loauranae orotber InoorporataU eoapanlaa, or
of towna, eouatlaa.altloa, Stataa, or Ih na
tion, providing for It payment Into th Trea.
ury of th United Hlataa under euoh guardi
ana regulation aa may oe proper oy wnoever
hall payiuatt Utareil to the holder thereof.
ana it bj iuiu abaii v u uvmtr (iiBravi,
and tob deduetad therefrom, alio, upon all
loam, however secured, having a longer time
to run than on year, or which ar a reaewed
for a longer time than that period, by the de
duitlonof Or percent of tholnrtcreil thereon,
to b payed Into the Triaaury by tha payer
tharaofi alio, flra tier eent uooo all tllvlJanda
of all Incorporated or Joint etook eompaolei,
auca bb Diuii) iBiuttnn Bnij)anioaBiia rail
wbtb and olbera. br aauilnc to ba ratalaad bv
th eonpanyand paid Into the Treaanry flr
par eant. tharaofi alio, upon all mortgage
ana itaeca oi ibuup aau le Barnaul, uro pi
eeat. lo be deducted br th paver of th late
it upon such, mortgagee aad th rent under
such leaaeii also, a tax of on per cent, oa all
property, or aetata la mceeiaion, legacies, or
on lb Inventoried or appralaedralu thereof la
eant In eaaaanv oronertr la bequeathed,
eeenda or la at en to on of a collateral branch.
and Or per cenLln eaac Ih property or eitat
IcdcTiiedorglvca to a stranger, or to a cor
poration not elaemoiyaary In lie eharaeter
aau irB io an wnauu, pile, waiun iaa la 10
ba aollacted br th Juda. aurrorata or other
officer Battling the eitat when th aeoounta
ar paiaed or eat tied, and paid by him Into th
Treaaury of th United Stat, alio providing
in aoaiiion 10 inaBiamna now reauiren dt law
a stamp equal to on per cent of the Interact
upon all loam not bafora mentioned, however
th lame may b aecurcd, th amount thereof
to b deducted from lb Interest thereof made
by any Individual or corporation) alao that
very railroad ticket, telegraph menage and
xprcis package ihall hay a itampof ftv
eaota eachi alao toeatabllah lueh taaaa udob
the manufacture, keeping and iia of eplritu-
0111 anu leruonioti 1114 uura aa inr mar uaom
iuii anu urauir.anuiiiuuDui ma tnanuiaa
tur and aala of tobacco la all Its format alao
to abolish th offloe of aseaeior and aielitanl
aaaaaaar or internal reveaii eatabllaklnaaueh
ofhar ofScaa for thaeollaatlon of tha fax on
whlikr and tobacco aa may b neceaaaryi alao
repeating an oinar laiarnai .aaauon waa
Iy Rir, O. B. Frothirqiiau, of New
Tork, has been accurately reported In tbe
papers, he preached a "sermon" on Easter
Sunday which accounts for his popularity
among a certain set. He saldi
"Tha lawa of matrimony ahnuM ba remotl
; led that ih huebaad and wife could not b
laloue of on another o that th bond
anouiu noioa naraij m trgai one, out inai n
condition of marriage should b a pcrmlnloa
to each to act aa ba or ah thought proper,
and at the dictate! of th feelings and afree
This Is the passage as reported. It will be
seen that It sets up a code of morality some
what different from that which at present
prevails as a general rule. There Is no
doubt, however, that some people highly
approve of It
Mr Pairb, of Wisconsin, will at the
proper time offer the following amendment
to tho tariff bill 1 That from and after the
30th dsy of Jane, 1673, there shall bo a re
duction of ten per centum on all duties Im
posed by laws then In force upon goods,
wares, and merchandise Imported from for
eign countries Into the United Btates, exceit
spirituous, malt, aod vinous liquors and
their compounds, aod tobacco, snuff, and
Four toon a WAsniRQTORiARS, of Irish
parentage, who served In the regular army
during tbe war as non-commissioned offi
cers, have left here for the Red River tent
tory, and It is rumored that they are con
nected with a Fenian movement In that
Wa.ii Maps General MIc bier has pre
pared a poruouo ot one Dumired and eighty
six sheets of war mips, showing the entire
field of operations of the contending armies,
from Antlctam to Appomattox Court-House.
There are also one hundred and eleven draw-
legs of forts, redoubts, batteries, ud mlnei
Racs f fdninll pax. Amour Iha
Commissioner Parker, of the Indian Bu
reau, has received a letter from a cue ret
Alfred Bully, superintendent ef the Montana
Indians, In which he reports that tbe
ravages made by small pox amoog the Gros
Ventres and Asslnebolne tribes hare been s
great as almost to exceed belief. By Gen
Sully's letter It sppears that "since latl
September to tbe first of February, when
the small pox broke out among the Oroe
Venires, there have been seven hundred and
forty one deaths, which leaves only about
twelve hundred of this nation alive. What
makes the calamity the more to be deplored
Is, that of all the Indians In Montana tbe
most friendly toward the whites, and among
the Indians moat disposed to accept civili
sation, are tbe Oros Ventres, and they have
suffered terribly. 1 am Informed that at one
time oeatns were so rapid at tne agency that
the few men I had there could not dig
graves fast enough. They bad to fill np the
ice-house with the dead and then cover them
It was fortunate tbe weather was cold,
otherwise It would hare been necessary to
abandon the agency.
It further appears that when the disease
was at Us height those suffering with It,
parched with fever would prevail on their
friends to carry them from the hots Into
tho open air, where they would crawl to tbe
river side and remain for hours Immersed In
the Ice cold water. Tbe consequence was
that many took cold from the exposure and
died In great agony Others, to escape
further sufferings, put an end lo their own
Urea. Tha nreclao locality of the earao was
determined by those seeking It by the cries
of tbe sufferers, which could be beard a
long way off. Under the superstition com
mon among tho Indians when greatly af
flicted by disease, one of their mcdlcloe men
wu killed to propitiate tho offended Deity.
Tho scene for long weeks was frightful to
behold, and the ravages of the disease were
checked only through the most strenuous
exertions of the physicians and clllzns em
ployed for tbe purpose. The Isle action of
the commissioner In sending out numerous
crusts of vaccine vlrns, It Is hoped, will put
an end to inch terrible mortality among the
Alexandria) A IT Ira.
The Alexandria Oauttt of Saturday eve
ning has the following Items t
Taiateamer I. P Smith, which laat year
was oo a Una batwBBfl Waahlaaton. thla altv
and Norfolk, wai aold la lialtlmart.oa Mon
day Uit, for U 000
Da. O W. CitaoBLl.aK. formerly of thla
elty, dall'ired th annual oration tutor tha
Medical and Chlrurgleal HoaUty ot Maryland,
In Ualtlmor. at noon to day.
I coaaaquanoaef a want of a quorum th
mo ma it diiiidk oi .no Aici.nurn uanauan
AiioBiaiioD, to niri eu nam iaai mjai, waa
poitponad until th next meeting la eouri
Intereitlor religious aerrlevi wor enjoyed by
iaa iow nicuDrra praaant.
THiiteamirIedror th Lake, of lb new
Norfolk Hoe, arrlred up early thl morning
Thoie who mak a trio on her will ba aui
entorthemielree, for uapt, Dcnty knowahow
to pieai his panengers
Toaaiwai a fall alarm of flra laat night
bout 11 o'clock, earned br th noli mad br
rartles on Ihelr way to th wharf calling for
hoi on th Waahlof ton boat to wait for
them A vounc man waa run over bT a data
nf th apparatua of tha Br department, but
iDiiuBiifij waa Bu.nui.
PAksaiaaxa from Front Royal by yeaterdey
i report in uiu uiuga mouo-
A a nan It on HIse EtlUn O'Uormaa
Miss Edith O'Gorman, the ex-Si iter of
unaniy ana tne wen known lecturer against
vainoiiciam, narrowij eacapea wi.n ner me
ai naaison, n. w , wneresne lectured on
Friday evening. Madison Is the place where
Miss Gorman first entered the Roman Cath
olic sisterhood as a nun. The subject of her
lecture was "The Romish Priesthood."
Dnrlnc IhooTenlnir a. larre crowd cnthertvi
around the church, and Whllo abe waa bolng
escorted br the Rev. Mr. Parsons from tho
chnrch to her carriage, tho mob made a rush,
and used abusive and Insulting language.
a numoer oi eiuaenis iron iuo urew
Theological Seminary came to the rescue,
but Just as the lady was stepping Into her
carriage a shot was tired, the ball passlog
over her head. She was rapidly driven
away. On reaching the parsonage a crowd
surronnded the premises, and stones were
hurled, and violent language was used.
Most of the students remained on c-uard
during the night, and tbe next day a num
ber of them cacorted her to Jersey CItv. It
Is not known who fired the shot, but the
ieauers oi me moo ara Known, ana prompt
measures win bo taken to brlns? the imUtr
persons lo Justice. .V. Y. Tribum, lStX
MSTQODIS-t PtJSHIRO ITS WAT AUORO
tbr Heather. The MttJUt of this week
publishes an abstract of the fifty first annual
report or ine uieaiouary oocieiv oi tne Me
thodist Episcopal Church, which Is exceed
Inely Interesting. It appears that from the
vear of the onrantsation of the society in
1810, when the contributions amounted to
$833.04, down to last year, when the collec
tions were $039,303 20, the anual gatherings
nave increased from an average of tnree
tenths of a cent per member In 1810, to fifty
six cents and Ave tenths In 1800.
Tbe highest average per member that the
contributions bare reached was, In 1865,
seventy eight cents and one tenth. In the
following year, 1800, tho largest contribu
tions ever received by the society were made,
namely, $071,000.00, about $.1,337 more
than last year's collections. Tha total
amount of the receipts for the fifty years the
society has been In existence Is $8,505,409 87.
ino general average per year nuoeen Bin,
309 40, and the general average per mem
ber elzhteen cents and nine tenths.
The appropriations for 1870 are as follows:
Foreign missions, $333,037 03) domestic mis
sions and miscellaneous expenses, $444,490
lo pay outstanding drafts not yet matured,
$ 139,483 07 total appropriations, $800,000.
In our foreign missions wo have 350 mission
aries, American and native, 10,373 members,
and 3,018 probationers. In our domestlo
missions, the Welsh, German,8candlnavlan,
uninese ana inaian, we nave wj missiona
ries, 23J14 members and 4,090 probationers
making a total, In foreign and domestlo
missions, of 601 missionaries, 99,030 mem
bers and 7,014 probationers.
ViiraiR Rsam ir Romb, Miss Vlnnle
Ream, the sculptor, of Washington city,
whose statue of Lincoln and the appropria
tion to pay for It created so much dlutilon
In Congress, has a studio In Rome, which Is
described as a very tasteful attain A cor
"Unon tha wall onona alda hanai th Amer
ican flag, upon the other two email lreoeh
flagear arched over the portrait of Ouelav
Dora and a eketch of Judith made by him for
thla young lady, In whoa aueceii he feel an
lntereat lo one corner Is a rllaot stones.
moieedaud ivieo over, upon wnicn n rairoi
ringdove coo All around ar baikcla aad
boquete or Bowers Hut brighter, aweetcr
than tha flawera. and mora mualcal than th
blrdi, la tha bllthallttl lady la her short, blue
irook-.aoii ngurea apron wnn eieevee, a oin
veil folJed like a turban around ber head with
thecndi hanging looiely behind, from beneath
which a few Hen brown curie dropout Her
yea ar large, dark brown, with an lotareit-laa-
aorrowful exnreaalon when not lit un with
smiles Her flgur Is quit pttil, but full of
activity anu energy necing ma unmieiaxam
avldenea of her aenlui. and looklnr at har
alight form, w feel th fore of th remark of
lliaaop ifonvofg, wnu, iuubiui a, iter anu nir
worki, laid, Mltum im parro fihcloeblld.
Ilka la the frankneie and simplicity of her
manner, and wlna every pcrsoa who meet a ber
by her gentle vivacity and aoeompllahmanta
Hh Is now making a buat of on of th
world a celebrities, th groat musical composer
Tub &tn,rJd!i Tiieitw once more proves
how dcolorablels Its want of Information on
American affairs by making tbe following
remarks! "The Lower House of Congress
has exercised no Influeuco on tbe opinion or
the policy of the country Slighted by the
rreiiaeui ana overrutea uy me oonaie. i
has In ordinary tlmea occur, led Itself exclu
sively with barren declamation, only Inter
rupted by practices which savored of cor
ruption." Prejudice will do a great deal,
but prejudice unaccompanied by Ignorance
could never have suggested these statements.
The "Lower House of Congress" exercises
an Influence on the policy or tne country
which no foreign observer of Intelligence
could fall to overlook. How can It bo other
wise when all questions of raising revenue
to take only one Instance orleluato In tho
House of Representative! The Saturday
Rtiitt will never bo wiser In American poli
tics than It was during tbe rebellion, and It
1 1 wrong,
rather prides itieu on odiuquo aoaeroocc w
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Tho HeB.atar.al nebaieftpeeeh of
Olllflor Tka Hewalna Canstillnra
Paris, April SO Evening la th Senate
to-dsy the debate was sontlnued oa th itnttut
Olllvler wound up tha dlacmiloa wltb a
long and brilliant cpeech Referring to tbe
jjifi, h said theOorernmcot did not
wlih to eatend Ihe qaeitton,thy oaly deal red
to submit certala liberal raodlfleatlona lo th
people Thyhad no Intention el submitting
the principle oo which th Statawae founded,
and of converting hereditary late elective em
pire, but th Revolutionary party by obeying
Its evil panlooc, had glvea another complex
ton to th debate.
If the Revolutionary party wlahed to com
bat th Oov era neat, tn Ooveraneat would
accept th challenge.
If th deilr waa to taka rcvolutloaary
ground, the Ooverameet would follow and
outatrlp tie eaemle Olllvler asenrcd th
SeaaU that, whatever might bs ths remit of
the struggle, th QoTcramcat would not place
Itself ea the track of reaction He continued.
Mlhe (Joverameot and ths Emperor will re
main what they aow are, always generous.
liberal and msgnanimouc It laa prelude to
th Emperor tob alwayc advancing, never
Th Government In punning the work of
reconciliation will always hold Its hand to
honeat man. Let them remember that de
mocracy aad liberty arc not Incompatible with
th empire Th triumph of liberty through
ths Government will b for the sovereign
glory complete, and for th national security
without a eloud
This paiiage called from th Senators a
salvo of applause, which waa twice repeated.
UUlvier concluding, iiid in catperor mil
had alone ths right to prcpar th formula of
The debate cIomJ Aad tbe trntfai reaituan
waa adopted by th Senate.
Paris, April W Political eieltcmant oa
ths pfaSficlfaai Is lnereailog throughout th
Th journal! campiaio or its pad enecii on
commerce The Afeaurar announces that tb
Jewrnal OJteM will publleh Friday a deere
appointing thollh of May a th day for Uk-
log the rot oa ta pimicuun, aaa limning
votlnc toon day.
The sagar rcuoara aaa nai maatra nava
joined lb sttixe
TbelYnnaorr Cae-Tbo Hew Prise
r waiea ncaadai.
Losdov, April 20. Th nunnery cess of
Sautla vs Starr has been (truck irom in cat
cadar of tha court having been finally ccttled.
Legal proceedings have bcea Initltuted
agilnit th Shoo&eld Vattg TtUgrtph for as
serting that th PrUe of Wales would coon
reappear lath Divorce Court a correspond.
at lo ths eat of Earl against th Uounteaa of
Th Cattle Rock, of Quebec, Is loading at
Warwick with powder for Canada
PrOKreaa f tb Revolution
EaKftKfmMl Be ported
Hataxa, April 30 Gen. Valmaicda ha la
med two proclamations announcing tha en-
tranee of Insurgent forces, commanded by
Modci to Diss, la the lisyaolo district, after a
Dght. Tbe Canto Abajolniurgentc attacked,
captured and burned Oapltanla del Homo after
a cercre engagement, during which thlrtyflvs
volunteers aod forty In urgent! ar reported
to hay bcea killed.
Th Spaalah woanded eaeaped mlraeu-
touily. Six Spanish battallone ar punning
to mi urge mi to prvveni inem from entering
Another body of losurgente ar operating
this aid of Canto.
Thnatcamihlp Mlnourl arrived thie morn.
tag from New York
lion. James Brown, of Nova Scotia, li
dieted a wound oa his throat whll laboring
under temporary laianlly, aad haa iloee died.
Th pilot boat John MuIUa la cow believed
to b a total loss and that all hands periined
Th Ice leio thick la Owen sound, Canada,
as to prevent th pamg of vends
Kecnaa, who ahot Mr. Mechaa, In New
York, hae been admitted to ban
Th Fealao oosgrcn in new York organ
ised yeaterdey, with ueneral Donnelly aa pree
Th Vienna Nlulitry has decided to dlsiolve
ths Provincial Diet of Wsstera Austria
la th Spanlih Cortes yesterday tha Repub
lican deputies aecuied Prim aid Rlvero of
cauitox ths recent outbreak la uarceiona
Th Ureenwald fund la Havana has reached
ThaLoulaiana Stat fair opena oath xW
Instant, aad visitors ar already arriving at
Henry A. Oakley has been sleeted preeidcat
of th National Board of Fir Underwriters,
vice James McLean rcelgacd.
Uhrletlas NUIaoa wlU visit thla coaatryla
September sad glv on huadrej perform
Th trial ol Chamber for tha murder of
Vorbses hse eommeaeed In Brooklyn.
Edwla Perry, convicted lo New York of th
murder otUavei, has been icntto tbe State
prleon for life.
Sixteen hundred dollars stolen from th
treaiurei of Vermillion county, Ohio, bac
been recoverd Citizens sr In purault of th
John Sparx-eollcetor of Internal revenue
for th dlatrlct or uaasaa, u on trial as
Leavenworth, His defalcation amounts to
$100,000 Strong efforts ar being mad to
stop proceed Inge
Jai. W ueanison, a colored man, oaonuo-
drc-i year old, waa registered la San Fran
Travel over tne racinc railroad is mcreai
Inr Tha Klmberly suit again it Oca Butler haa
been continued until November, at th la
stance oC th complainant!
Th Dtncoralu Baaarr printing omee, at
Mount Vernon, Ohlo,waa burned yeitcrday.
The Uudioa River Rowing Aisoclatlon met
yesterday evealng, aad cxWndid a general la
vltetloa to EngUih boat clubs to con to
America aad compete with the sluba of thie
country, offering to defray th cxpensee to th
stent of $1,000.
Tnn Massachusetts House of Representa
tives, vesterdav. alter a lentrlhr debate, re
jected by a vote of 133 to 63 the proposed
ameuULuBlib to iua vuBB.itmtuu cuauuug
women to vote and hold office.
Tor long threatened strikes In Paris bare
begun In earnest. Tbe foundry men and
moulders, about 1.500 strong1, struck to-dav.
as did also the tailors. The house painters
are expeciea to striae .o-morrow.
1'isRT. the murderer of Thomas Haves,
was yesterday sentenced by Judge Barnard
to ImDrisonment for life. Perry's wire and
children, who were In tho court, burst loto
tears at t&o announcement.
Tnn Wetland canal la readv for business.
and was opeded yesterday. Vessels are ar
riving at both ends.
a tm aub-Treasurr in New York yester
day $3,470,009 la gold was bid for at 113 to
113, 47, iw.
Tub shipment of treasure from California
since January 1 Is thirteen millions, Includ
ing nearly five millions overland
Tii a United States steamer Saranae and
the English gunboat Reindeer were at Ma-
Bat, an. APr l I.
uablos Am wula. cx-uovemor oi LiOwer
California, bad been sentenced to four years
confinement for the Illegal redaction of cus
toms due Lopes while acting Governor
A toukq man. named James Gerltv. waa
killed at Slog Blng, New Tork, on Monday,
wiiuo cnucavuTiug mi croaa ,un traca. in irons
of a train
Tur submerged masts recently seen off
Troon. Bcotiand, have since been demon,
itratea to belong to some schooner.
For tho first time In the history of Rens
selaer county (says the Troy Timt$)t a col
ored man acted as counsel In a criminal case
i n in vou,rt: oi hchiobi oa rwsj iau,
(tiik union IKAUCE.
In Baltimore) Toatarelar.
BALTIktoas, April 20 -Th meeting of th
National Lxeeutlv Commute of tha TIatoa
Lesgu of America waa held la thla city to
day Ex-Gov Wm A Newell, ot New Jcr
sey, preelded, aad Tbos Q Baker, of Ntw
lork, acted ae icerctary.
The special commute appointed to cot
alder certain charges against th Stat Coun
cil of Maryland presented a voluminous re
port, embracing the evidence submitted to the
comnlttee A resolution was adopted de
claring th HlaU Council, of which Mr. Tho
It Rich Is prciideot, a legally constructed
body, and direct log th appolatmeatof a Slat
executive commute of two from each Coo
A committee of three was appointed eea-
litlng of Hell, pr Arkania W B Stokes,
of Tenaenea, and W T. Clarke, of Texas, to
wait oa the rreiidtnt aad uongreee oata
ubjcelof th lit treatment ot colored peoplo
Areioluttoo waa adopted pledging the Na
tional Commit. to aid ta eeearlag all tha
lights to Amertcaa eltlieo at all time aad
under all clrcamitaaeei
A large amount of private builneie was
Th new ritual was preieaUd and met with
Tb committee adjourned to meet at the call
of the Chair
Dsmice br tho Hprfw rposbafa.
WiLXB-BAnn. Pa- April 90 Th rli la
th river oa Monday night carried sway four
million feet or loge from tb dam at Loby
hanaa elation oo th Delaware and We item
railroad Tbe bridge wae alco damaged eo
that the train were delayed.
Travel oa th Lehigh aod Rucquebanaa IS
Interrupted by lead elide
Oa Moodar evening tb psicenger iraia
from New ork waa delayed aevea hoars
Th Susquehanna le now falling slowly.
Waveblt, N Y., April M-Th Chemung
river hae fallen eight feet. Twenly rod of
th track were washed out j net weit of th
brldft at Chemung Tiling Th road Is now
ready for trains to pan. Tbe break ta the
Pennsylvania ana new xoibi iiuw-a
Mllod, eight mllee below this plac. A por
tion or th waters at Chemung broke latotha
canal at Athena, and running down four miles
broke out again, waeMog tt. aooui nueeo
rods of th Week, wbiob l on in oia towiac
path Th panengcrs ar now traaaierrco.
Tbe road will b repaired and tralne running
regularly agalo to-morrow
Lxwistowr, Mx , April SO Th rata which
commenced oo Sunday Increased la violence
during yesterday, and still continues. All th
at roan ar very high. Th waUr la the
Aadraaeoarla Is wllhla eight Inch of th
point reached by th great frechct of led fall,
and U itlll rlilng, and la now two feet higher
than last night
Flflecntb Amendment Celebration.
Rich a oid. April 30 -The colored people to
day eelebratcd th ratlBeatloa of th BfUcnth
emeadment with great enthusiasm. A pro
cession or over forty societies, over a mil la
11 h. marched throuxh th principal etrect
ot ths elty, with bands ef music aad banners
flying About! o'eioca p m mo ptocbbbiob.
reached th City Springs, where addmeea
were delivered by J Bella aiartm, (toiorto,,
editor of th Washington Mw tra, John
Langston, (colored,) and oinors.
Letters were raeeived from Senator Ed
monds, Wilion, Sumner and Lewie, and Rep
resentative! McKenil and others, srprecilr
of regret at their Inability to be present.
After tb adoption of raiolutloa of eoa
gratulatloo and tbaokc to Ooogreis aad Pres
ident Orsnt, and la reipect to th memory of
John Brown, tbe meeting adjourned.
Davaoir. April SO A young man named
Robert Boyd wac ahot la front or George 8.
Nalaon'a aaloon at on 'aloak to-day. II
bad previously bad corns trouble with Nclaon,
aod had mad aa assault on mm, snug am
vcrely and following him up when fa at-
tempted to gal away TB ano. wae area oy
Nelioa from tb Insld ot th building.
Uoydbelng engaged at th Urn la klcklag
la tb window, tba ball pined through hla
! and entered hie right lung,cauilagia
juries which It le thought will pror ratal
Nelson gay aimed! up.
IlABTroBD. Oow. April SO Hugh Smith
tabbed Thona Roper la th breast during
an affray, tafllctlng a very dangerous wound.
Mr. narllngam Bmla.
Boctov. April SO Th remain ot tho late
Anson Burllngame, on their arrival to-morrow
morning, will b deposited la Faaeult Hall,
which on Friday will b opca to tbe public.
A guard of honor detailed from tha cadet
will pay military recpect, and a company wilt
aet ac aa eccort at tn lunerni an Datum.
Th Connoctlcnt Klcellan.
11 a at re bd, April 30 An official eouat
ahowsth actual number ot votes east at tha
late election to b 17,411 Governor EngUsV
majority la 111 Th average majority on th
Stat tieket la Both parties tell off about
10,000 TOtera In tb Stat.
Hatlanal Baptist Convention
NiwYoik. April so Papers wer read la
th Nalloaal Baptist convention to-day on
Baotlst Journal, on tb establishment of a
national organisation for educational pur
pose, oa Jesuit collegiate Instruction, and oa
talolitcrlaVcultur. Th eonventloa adjouraa
Tnn London Tlnui of yesterday baa a
leading article on American affaire. It af
firms that the American political system la
faulty, but free trade Is gaining rapidly.
Tbe courage or the protection.. ts begins to
fail, as Is shown In tbe cool reception that
has met the President's advocacy of protec
tion In Amorlrnn ahlDDlnr. Other VrOOfa
ara also cited In support of tbe statements.
Tnn trial of Barbcnet. In Paris, tbe direc
tor of Henri Hochefort's journal, the Mar
seltalse, has been concluded. His offence
was tbe publication In that Journal of a con
gratulatory address from tho women of Ly
ons to tho women ol LaCreosot. He waa
sentenced to six months imprisonment, ana
to pay a fine or 4,000 franc.
GensralGeorqrB. McClrixak and a
number of leading Iron manufacturers ar
rived In Bedford, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday,
for the purpose of examining the recent dis
coveries of vait Iron ore deposit In this
CocrtVom Bismarck Is very 111 at hla
country seat lo Pomeranla. A cooinltallcsi
of physicians has been summoned.
COLUMBIA YEAST POWDER
Conpeael er tbe noil healthy lagrcdUatc
belBg fraa from all lajarlcaidrsg
-Sold by all i to sari la tb city.
WAiniXUMS, D, C, Bar. tl, 13.
I am fally ecqaalatad wltk Ik eoatUtttloa ef
ike Colombia Teait Powder, Tha rrcpoit'oaa ara
well adapted for thceBcltat valaUl of tho eaih,
aadlaosildir It aa lmprimest pn exit in
TBOMAt ARTUXLL, U, D , Cbwlar
AaT Manufactory BIS It
t wean Klghtband Mlntb .
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at this kie BMii(k .."nVh-d
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amy wlik 1,000 OALLuhA OP WHIbBi
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